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V- ' T TMi ia Wlea Year Tim Ue Date Oa label ani Seaew Tear SBbacriptfea Preaiily ;; V '-tea Pawj .C YV ?- - Established I8flb 55th Year Ne. 6 rv Sttftftnl, Unctki Cwnty. Kwrtitky Tuesday, January Brodhead Prepares for Kg Fair. i- 19. 1915. C. Tuesdays ami Fridays Y. W. BURTON SHOT AND Danv'lle Court. On CICERO GOOCH IS NO MORE THIS AND THAT. - 7 r" Brodhead, J5n. IS. The directors account of theinciement Promjnent Resident of Waynesbury Little Here and a Little There, ling and progressive financial insti- - Post-OffiDepartments' Order to of the Brodhead Pair As'sociation weather a small crowd attended ..... rnuay x cm.. 'n and a Little From Everywhere ; tution of the East End, the Crab Or- Stanford Residents rassca nnnj met last week for the purpose of busiHenry Hudsen, Farmer, Seulh of court at Danville Monday and Comnanv. was in CUUXU JJilUJVlULT . electing officers for this year. The "a r ness was dull. There were no Cicero Gooch, one of the. most.j vv. rt .1 In order to continue to receive xtouerci itr uoauy, a goou cuizen Stanford late last week. ' He and Hustonville, Says It Was Cae V!ecPon resulted in retaining J. G. of Ptihiski. cattle on the market l)ut buyers were 'rosnected and orominent citizens of 47. nihil delivered free it is important is dead, ager the rjends of that bank are greatly ''-vice- present and good prices would have cf the southern section of Lincoln "Kill or Be Killed" ; f; ,The force at the Q. and C. shops pleased with the showing during the I that every house in Stanford be been realized had there been any. j ,,0linty, died at his home at Waynes-Snvptt- il j presiueui; tiunn xvouins, secretary; at Somerset has been cut over 100 past yean At a meeting of the numbered. Postmistress Mary Bruce the- - only . M. fliatt, treasurer j , .. mule hnvers w?re on hand ..- -. .iitn,.n ' 'men, :W. Burton, of Yayue couni tllnrirvn Yates . .. '.? . rt stockholders last week, all of the has been notified that this must be liaino flia. acnmr iP Qnnai. "" "', . , " ."""---. """ and a number ot Uieni ror army pur-- 1 enghty illness of stomach, trouble killed-'bMrs. William Mullins, a daughter board ol directors who have man- - done as it is an inflexible requirety was shot and instsmty tO onrl nmni;iintmnc My. nr.nr.li Mool wuitci oihjv,wc1.m. nOSeS cliallCed 'hands at $125 " iB at the iti.40 "xr..i. nugucs u,,t,- .. nd very . A. Yaden. The dates set for of William Tyre of Perryville, is aged the institution so well, were re- - ment of the postoffice department. . ".. i Henry Hudson, his ii . . . ,, . . wen Known in oianioru, Avnere , , .., nmtA it.,..i,, uuuBuu i elected, dead at Danville. ami the same staff of offi- - The City of Stanford and the Compike be- lof Nimrod Buster for $270, and sev- "U hitter's home on the Cut-o', I hc Uved for about a year, part of in T Hon. Maurice Farris has sub- - cials chosen for the bank with the mercial Club are ral at the above prices. The to- - that time being ., tween Hustonville and McKinney proprietor of the St. .,'. ." , , this matter, and have made ar., , . . -- li. Will 1VXV IIU 111I1B III luyillg Lite J.VUU- - rented the Danville Fair Grounds to addition of Tom Hays Bronaugh as A.. it.. l.A . and three miles south of the former j Mueuu nmrneis were we uurauuve Asapli Hotel. He made many warm datiion for the biggest fair ever, W. II. Evans, of Garrard. bookkeeper. The bank declared its rangements with J. W. Hamilton to while here wlfb regret ex- nine o'eock Sunday. places of the day, and a good deal j friend ulace about Mattie Brinker, a comely girl of usual six per cent dividend for the have the correct numbers supplied of the we;d was sold. Prices ranged ; eeedinly to learn that he is no more. pulled- off here, and that is saying 18was caught in the machinery of year and is planning for increased at a small cost. The following no-iinight. Hudson, who was arrested too. It is the purpose .of all the way from tlgee cents to 19 The deceased was 52 years of age something has been issued to the citizens prosperity this year. the directors to enlarge the grounds it saw mill in Pulaskii county. .and is in jail at Stanford, claims 4 cents, the latter being lor a and is survived by his wife. He was in order to accommodate such big in support of the matter: Rev. James Hurley, of Scence Hill' that he fired at his wife's father in choice basket. a son of L. G. Gooch, a member of crowds as we had on the .second day is dead of paralysis. He had been Notice The citizens of Stanford FlOWCr and Gard Seed. .4elf defense." "It was a case of j one of the most prominent families are notified to have their houses last year, for tliey realize that had a worker in the Master's Vineyard, Stija&i0T Johnson N:Caraden has Carson- kill or be killed-he said at the of Lincoln county and a high-tone- d numbered as required by the Post-offi- ce the weather man not been against for many years Lent Sacks of den &ml flowjr gentleman and a worthy citizen iu us; the people, or a part of them Monday. Department. Arrangements Dr. Elvis A. Carson- of Corb'in, bounty jail ced to the Woman's. Club of Stan-b- y r't; Shreve-por- t, ever' way For some time since reafhave been made with J. AY. Hamiland Miss Mamie Dillard, of would have been forced to climo is Particulars of the unfortunate algo tQ fche ton to supply the correct numbers unLa., were- married at the;'nome moving back to Waynesburg he had trees to get breathing room. All- we mm uit-- iua iS u uuu-v-j uuC, uulu w L fair will probably not be known Those: who are cettimr readv , for 25 cents. Please attend to this . of Dr. D. M. Walker by that gen- conducted a store at "Waynesburg. ask is three first-clathe owner and the racing world. duys, it the examining trial of Hudson is tleman Saturday. The bride ha,s a Hee had been for nmnv Years of his we will do the rest, not doubting and .Capt. Ed Pelly. who represented !. gJvreir A,. flower bed piuiikiug at once. A. B. Florence, Mayor: J. i the can gFhW.ai this office as long C. McClary, held iii the county court. The ;pnly sister at Harrodsburg, but met Mr. Elehad been for many years of his results. Russell-Case- y President and Win. distxiet wh ' asthey-.lifstx-the beside, him- life a faithful and devo ted member of Severance, . Secretary Commercial witnesses to the killing credit, in the Legislature of a dozen Carson, who is a prominent dentist Club, Committee. years ago, wants to do so again. Dr. Isaac S. Warren Dead ielf fwere .his wife, a daughter of thej oi- Corbin, at Crab Orchard Springs Baptist church. He was also a memHIGHLAND. A man. January Iiad a full moon on the :ind Grover Ard. wno last summer. It was a case of love ber of the lodge of Odd Fellows. ,iri Dr. .Isaac S, Warrem for years a Miss Zora Baugh, after a three Funeral services were, conducted by PARLOR GROVE irst is said to have gone to the Hudson at first sight and the' marriage of the former Baptist pastor. Rev. J. B. prominent physician of Somerset, 3?)th. and will have another ,i on rtthe, tt?AL" lirll tirkti fVin .. Ctll fr.Kkl i lint i , This is saad to ue tne nrsc j Saturday is the culmination of a a.wi "" Mr. and Mrs. Alva Morgan spent. house with Burton, and to have seen happy, began a select school Mondav with Jones, Saturday aftenoon. after is dead after a brief illness. He time in 10(1 venrs that such a but brief love affair. o 0 pupils from the Highland, Mt. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James was a brot to the Judge R,- lip nfhfmtl e the" whole affair. He went which the mortal remains of- this Sweeney of Waynesburg. md was an good man were laid to rest in the C. Warren, soon after Tli3 Ttanvillo Aflvnr.s.t. i so n.i.,,1 ' Moriah and Geary Ridge districts. home of Willis Routon, .Charged With Housebreaking. He had (hat Waynesburg cemetery. Quite a num- exceedingly the Knights of Pvthias are go- - Mr- - mid JIl's- - Pearson who have Miss Lula Waddle has returned to the shooting and what he or Mrs. On a charge of housebreak.ug Cal-li- e ber of friends from here went up to considerable as' a sur- - ing to have a fair in Stanford that been hvinS in Indiana for some time Waynesburg after a short visit at Hudson have to say about the traggeon. Dr. 'ived bv hisi Rout, a negress of Macksvilley the burial. it gave two good notices of it. Bully h.ave returned to Kentucky and will home. edy has not been learned. wife who was nee a cou- was held over to await the action ve v"tn I15' Pearson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis and Mr. for old "Mac." G. Weatherford, Deputy of thc grand jury by Police Judge Mrs. D. S. Rhoton Crosses the River siin of Willi Severance Sheriff J. and Mrs. William Bell spent Sunday well Mr. and Mrs. John Meier, Gus Williams, "aged and of this place! highly edu- - known actor, cut Vo regretted very much to give up with Mr. Winter Bell and family. Slienff XV. S. Drye and Chief of Po Davison last week. The Rout wo- his throat in a rail- -' Mrs. Eliza Coffey, of Stanford, has eated man years en-i- n way station at Yonkers, N. Y. He our end and nehbor, M. G. lice B. D. Carter, of Stanford, went fan was charged by Frank Hubble, benn called on to Mrs. Yerna Reynolds and baby give up her moth- joyed a lar Pulaski had been on the stage over fifty YounS who with hit, family have and Mass Yesta Sims spent the first Hustonville late Sunday night ; colored young man- with break-.an- d lo er, Mrs. D. S. Khotou, of Pulaski. and surrouni moved to B. L. Hall's place near of last week with friends and relarrested Hudson and brought! ing into his house in Macksville, and t years. Tile good old lady who was 0 years j. talcing some clothes. him to jail here. She will lay i Roscoe Conking Tartar, who made Jiall'y GaP- - Rfcu Yonug has moved atives in Waynesburg. story Hudson jail till court convenes next month. of age, died lat week of a compliAccording to the house vacated by Mr. Pulaski countv an excellent iudee. 11,to tb Mrs. Leeinan Singleton, cation of troubles, loilowmg pneuof were told them, Burton and Hudson Legislature. As Young. Charley Lewis will move to Waynesburg, visited her mother, George it Garrard wants to 'o to the been a devoted had uartners in the farm of about 230 Mrs. Beauchamp Speaks Twice Here monia. ShP nearly half a century county, hasi to Lincoln he is a republican, his chances are Ioe nouso vacated by men loung. Mrs. M. J. Morgan one day last Christian for j Theodore Bastin who has lived .acres, known as the old Cloyd place, tear Otten- - g00d. week. Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp, the and as greatly beloved by all who on his motii near Waynesburg the past year has which lies about three" miles 'south ' noted temperance The news comes that Madame j came in contact with her. Besides heim. lecturer and pres- Miss Rachel Jones, who has fineast of Hustonville on what .is some ident of the Kentucky W. C. T. U., her aged husband, Mrs. Rhofon left aii will take moved baek to his oW 1,ome ived to his Ernestine Schumann-Hein- k ished a successful term of school in Garland J ms mother, Mrs. Lizzie Bastin. times' called the Hill pike to Mc spoke to the ladies of this city at'the six children, among the. number pla.ee on thi bid Otten- - a year's rest. What are the Amer- McCreary county, lias returned to Kinney. their! Mr- - Robv Johnson moved to Sci- Christian church this afternoon and Prof. A. L. Rhoten, of Georgetown heim pike. do- - ican people going to do with been her home here. CnCC Hill last Week. mr.1? Burton, who has lived in Wayne. will speak to the people generally at College, In tUa. 1III.UU kAJlv ...unit uiv. Mun vac ing business fslev for ciirnlnc rlnllnrcJ Mrs. Eliza Eubunks, who has sold Some land sales have been made for several years since going out that church tonight. Everybody inKentucky will not have a building several years. of the saloon business in Somerset, vited. Exposition, in thi locality during past few her farm to Mr, Meade of Letcher at the Panama-Pacifi- c Alexander Forsythe Henry Miraci county, has purchased thc farm of" nine went to .Hudson's home about will spend all the weeks. John Rogers bought the 18- , but "Kentuckians a mountain acre tract of land belonging to the jj- - B. Dala on the Stanford pike. evi- Givens Forsythe a&id Miss o'clock Sunday night. He had j money they .canet hold of iir seeing HUSTONVILLE got is m:bnov,JM J. S. Young estate for $1,200. He Mr. Sam U right took two loads of. I flie '"sights a popular dentlyJ ridden through from Wayne the big show will aifford. Mrs. Eulusj: Harrodburg, drove to Danville :ountyr.and - was accompanied' by ' "Madam'Euraor has "it that we are Somerset is having trouble in the expects t.c build a store house on tobacco to Danville last week-MWilliam McCoy sold two nice Grover Ard. As soon as he got in to have another wedding in our midst and were married at the Baptist par- Esther jviiaeit Up . u 01ne t,me tlu-- year, selscUton of a tax collector. Mr- - E- - B- - Hatfield sold his farm of hogs to Mr. Willie Ilorton Mr. S. M. CI he asked his daughtrtf ; soon, of a young lady of this city to sonage by Rev. F. W Eberhardt. the door, last week. here in Stanford the tax collector is? 7f) aeres to iIrs- - Annas Hamiltou of young gentleman of a city not far Mr. Char Huyden Leach and Miss Sa-Twho had opened it for him, wheTtJa Mr. having trouble getting the coin from G0- B,uff &'' Tl'n-- . & GREAT KIDNEY REMELY SAVES John Hunter pli Smith spent Friday with Mrs. r. Hudson was, and the latter, who had. off. the Jrt Mr- - J- - T- - Griffin sold his farm of David Walls and helped quilt Dr. Weddlc of Somerset, has moved TWO CHILDREN IN ONE FAMILY retired for the night, got out of bed, Rev. John Lii Bernam Adams, of Clarke comity mx 34 ueres to Mr- - Heiuy Hall of Sneak thieves entered thc meat and came out where they were.. The Into the Dr. Barker property and is lar appointment fove next hud a leg broken in a railroad acci- nty, Kentucky for $4500. house of Mr. Jui-re- t Johnson last officers say that Hudson told tliem j now ready for practice. dent, but fortunately for him it W:isjLet(J,ier About one year ago two of my j Saturday nigh Tbe llbove are Ietty fair prices Wednesday night and stole a whole to know ; Mr. and Mrs. James Yowell attend- - children suffered badly from weak Burton demanded woodcu one that he has been us-- 1 that Mr. John returned a i or 'Jiml but the town lot sale in hog. A piece of meat was found which was his half of the house., and'ed the Nichols Taylor wedding at kidneys. They would have severe home from 111 a Ion" time. the win-silver" Johnson, formerly of Highland is ahead of them all. Mr. in the woods opposite his house, but "Free that he wanted Hudson to either get' Danville. speib of dizziness and were all run Iter and he te is mat no , no further trace Avas fonnd nut or to rent his half of it and to! j..mGs . Gruhbs has rented thc down in health. 1 was just about likes the stai this countv but now a citizen of W- - - Young, the Highland of John Rogers a lot lux -, bought Mr. R. E Horton was a bnsfness pay him $75 for it. Hudson told thefann of Hardin Downy, of near is a candidate for the Legdirtcouraged. I tried several remedies The Prodis ie uas re- - 'islature. There that he informed Burton ' H.sburg for the year. He will be great-th- and finally a doctor, but they did turned near is no gainsaying the 41 fect to huild a barber shop on, visitor in Stanford on Court Day. le place in Miss Maisie Braswell is attending will be heard Pay? Jlt the .rate of $100 per acre. he did not want to rent Bur- - y mied in this community., not seem to improve. 1 knew of a the Sugar Gi is old fa fact that if elected he Mr.E. B. Hatfield has gone to Blnff school at Waynesbure;. house, and that the. ifiss Eddie T. Carpenter has from inn's half of the friend who was taking Swamp-Rother, Middle! J it the gate business trip. Mrs. Elizabeth Padgett is much S. E. Malum, a Williamsburg cap-- , Cit.V Tcnn- - on on the east side "had been va- -' tinned home after a nrotrncted visit. for kidney trouble with good results ring on his and kissed hi Mr. Jack Meier of Somerset was better at this writing. ; ;c ti.n io.,rtv .u !, hG..;i,ima .., .l.b .V...V.V, .cated by him and his wife and were at Danville. .V.W.-.- , i..t, Ul.. " and I decided to get some for the finger and (overall suit Messrs Sam Jones and Qsear tif a $25,000 hotel at Williamsburg. up to see his parents Sunday. Burton's if lie wanted them. Mrs. Alice Johnson has returned children. 1 hat! noticed that there he hai and Mr. and Mrs. James Osborne and Clarke of Whitley City, visited A. Pity the Danville people can not Hudson says that immediately, lo her home in Danville, after a was some improvement after they quite ill at get the gentleman interested in Lit- - family o Somerset ai'e spending W. Jones and family the first of the Mr. RuebJ Burton began to abase and curse visit to her father Evan Lyons and liud taken two lurge bottles and conwriting.1 .several days with hi: father-in-laths tie Britain. week. him, calling him several vile names .other relatives.' tinued to give it to them until they the Mr. Willi! crossed New York paid out .f 18.000,000 H. M. Hollar. Mr. Kenton Sinsletan was a buHe says that Burton put his hand Mrs. Dan Travlor and Miss Ivaj had taken one-ha- lf dozen bottles 1st Tuesday for police protection last year. And m Ins pocket to draw a pistol, and popples, of Stanford, were, here re- and were well on the road to recov- great river oi siness visitor in Stanford Mondav. Johnny Carter In Danville. started toward him, when he shot.'' rently the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. ery. I think Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ro- night. His remains were laid to rest in the face .of. that sum the murders, Mr. John J. Carter, of Ljineolu lilliousness and Constlnation Cured. in the Pine Grove graveyard. i hold-up- s. burglaries, etc., were One bullet struck Burton on the ft. W. Dunu. has done more for my children Mr. Tom French is conducting a "renter than usual. Seems to be a county, wuo oougnt me iUCOany right thigh and went through withMisses Roberta Blain and tannic than any other medicine I have tried If you are ever troubled Avith sink-ho- le somewhere in that depart- - restaurant on Beatty avenue, has out striking the bone, The other ball Weddle entertalined at the home of and recommend it to anyone having singing school at Pine Groi'e. or constipation you will be G. D. Boone has bought a lot of ment of the metropolis. take possession. Mr. Carter Avas a whiich is' thought' to have caused Miss Weddle during the holidays. children that suffer as mine did. interested in thc statement of R F. merchant hi his native county for corn from the Chandler boys at the wound that produced death, Green Logan of Ceutral City, 111., I Very trulv yours, several years. He is also a hustler Erwin, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last ; $2.75 per barrel. Charged With Stealing Harness. struck Burton just above the breast is here on a visit to his many relaR. W. L1SENBY, winter I had an attack of indigesMiss Gertha and Gracie Dishon . and a mighty clever young mam and on the left side, and ranged down- tives and friends. Ben Harlan, colored, was arrest- - everything indicates that he will suc-c- d tion, followed by billionsness and Dohtam Ala. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ward. Burton .fell instantly and is Robert Green and family, of Monday on a charge of stealing ceed lle is popular 4h his home constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's . Personally appeared before 'me Thomas Oaks last Saturday night said to have expired at once. are the guests of Evan Ly- this 2nd day of July, 1909. R. W, some harness from A. J. Rigney, on peoplej and wlleu they are in town Tablets so highly recommended, I and Sunday. . The men were about ten feet ons. bought a bottle of them and they Lisenby, who subscribed to the above the Hubble pike, and a bridle from aro aure to patronize him. apart when the shots were fired, ,ac- - Walter Carson left here on the statement and made oath that the helped me right away." For sale by Hester, of the same section. vjjje Messenger. CHURCH MOTES. coidiihg to what Hudson told the fn-s- t of January for Tampa, Fla., same is true in substance and fact. all dealers. The harness was sold to .Ed Luns-- j ofiieers. A pearl bandied for the winter month! in the inter-SmiRev. D. M. Walker will preach at lord, who afterwards sold it to N.4 A. W. Lisenby Notary Public Down in 'Monroe couuty Jacob & Wesson pistol was found in est of the Curry Real Estate firm of Rowland Friday night. Jn. 2d, at W. Fowle, and C. M. Smith bought jfenson, who celebrated his85th an-t- he Card of Thanks : f ! ih.s inside pocket of Burton's coat Tampa. seven o'clock. to Letter bridle from Harlan, paying hnu niversarj. on Christmas day, was I want to thank the people of Pine Mrs. J. C. Ne.al and son Will were by the officers. Hudson killed him The revival at the Baptist church (50 cents" for it. Harlan suys he did Dr. Kilmer Co. married to Miss Jane Cassaday, Grove section for their help and aswith a revolver of the same calibre, (he recent guests at Mrs. F. B. I at Mt Vernon elOsed Sunday night not steal or sell ahy harness and wno was 25 years old January 1st. Binyhamten, N. Y. sistance during the recent illnscs says that his wife told, him nett.' ' with over forty additidns. It was that he bought the bridle court day 'f he old fellow had been married and death of my brother. William that her father had been drinking' Mrs. J. K. Helm's 'nster and son Prove What . Swamp-RWill U0 conducted by Rev. Smith. from ti man he didn't know. Judge 'four. tjmes and had buried that Pence, which occurred at my house. he does not know him- - returned to her home near Knox-sel- f. bat of this The Presbyterian Church will be- Bailey will have his-triThursday jmmy wives. From appearances he I want to let the people know that I For You t gin a series of special services on and held him raider $250 bond, j,as iville. Tenn.-- , one now that will outlive him, certainly appreciated their kindness-i- n Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & ' AYm MVers and son Car- Judge Grover Ard, who went to the Sunday Jan. 31. RewJos. A. Tros-tl- e, Avhich he couldn't furnish, so is the papers say. 2?. Y., for a sam sneh an hour of need. house with Burton, telephoned to lisle Sam Owens, of McKinney and Co., Bingharaton, Presbyterian Evangelist, will boarding wjth Jailer DeBorde. j ple size bottle. It will convince anyJ. T. PENCE. Husstonville and a nephew of the John B. Riffe were in Danville Thurs-dea- d have charge of the meetings. All Card f Thanks. one. You will also receive a book--l- et iA AI Xka&l man phoned here to Sheriff day morning. Presbyterian membership are new llllH,... owe in owniura. L wish to express of valuabble information, telling the my heartfelt Cart ef Thanks. Upon the story that' Mrs. Wm Myers left on January Weatherford. night about the kidneys and bladder. When urged to be at the Wednesday to my numerous neighbors, upJ ill h. for Denver, Colorda, to be at Miss Anna Warren has sold her thanks Ard and Mrs. Hudon tell, will service this Aveek. Mr. Trostle has I wish through the Interior Jourand relatives during my re- doiibtedly depend the fate ..of her the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Ann writing, be sure and mention the some plans to lay before the church miUinerV store in Chrisnev. Ind.. tol1-11'- ! nal to thahk our neighbors, friends Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ce,." .' buslmnd. Warriner. who is in a critical condi- - and at that time for' preparatory work. her sister. Miss Mae Warren. The cent "Iness for their kindness an and relatives- who were so kind to size bottles for 'sale former has rented the rooms recent - , ulose aweunon. i especially wisn to us during the recent illness of my known,, both j)f"fche Stio&K So far P. L. BRUCE. at all drug stores. ly vacated by Dr. J. G. Carpenter, t,lant Dr- - FenV. tor his kindness self,- mother and our little boy. npals of the tragedy bore good ,. Mr?. George Tucker entertained ati nn.T.ftnr.Kt.r f.rPof. nn1 will nnAn t to me. MrS. Salll'e NeWCOmb. reputations' and their friends deepj her residence on Wednesday Dr. and Banters ef a Ctl. May God's richest blessings be with, LisleMaggard- tf millinery stoat;.. Do 5'ou knoAV that ofall the min- aiuupsto-dat- e jy regret tne anair. uurton anajurs. umiaress, wir. aju mts. zaugu, them all. Mrs. J. 0. SPRATT. Ctugh Melicine ftr ChMrefl Miss "Ethel Lisle, of Madison coun or ailments colds are by far the Hudson' honghl the farm, on which. Dr. Bohon. the sage of Kidds Store, Never give a child a cough medi ty and M.. E. Maggard, a prominent most dangerous? lt is not the .colds. Pleurisy pains are located just bethe latter and his 'wife live, in parti...Excellent fer sfimach Treuhie af- cine that contains opium in any young Business,, man ot somerset, themselves that you neea to fear, low; the short ribs. Lumbago, nership. a few years ago Hudson I CiLOIIEL SALIVATES "Chamberl'iin'5 Tablets arc just hut the serious diseases 'they so fects the same region but toward form. When opium is given other .says tliat ne ana tus ratner - n - iaw -. -r ;. . were married last week. T" . ' , folfine for stomach trouble," vwritei I M- . hud lm1 no trouble rrevionslw ' often leaj.to, For that reason eA'ery the hack. .BALLARD'S SNOW LIN- and mqrfr serious diseases may Judge Bailey has 'ixUV Calomel makes (you sick ,atod you M Heartburn, indigestion or distress oold slumldfbefeUen.riif "with, the IMENT is the. re,medy in either low, pong experience has deraon-stratedl- at Mrs. G. C. Dunn, Arnould, Pa. "I CouritV there is no better or was bothered with this complaint tlieeomplish case.. If rubbedj in thoroughly it eases Thursday mprniag at 9 o'clock asj ose a day's work. .CgknieLis; r.na - l of the stomach - i$ instant relieved Ipast possible ;yav.li-.To- , y '"?!-".o pain, relaxes 4h'e MWeles and the. safer medieUe for coughs, colds for some, time and frequently; hail vucunvu SirjQJriJJlfrias the time lorthe examining trial iriorces iiie, oauiy l.his" DHtient can move abmit frelv and and croupjn "childen than Chhr- - Wions-- attacks. Chasihexlaia's. Tab- -' jgeete.f qod out. of ,ihe. bddy-a'Hudson The - latter, has, ensraf4 your sluggish 'liver and head-aehyVdio, 3u.st etres'one;ui tbe, stpmaeh ;'ad Jt WWBta.;-ieri'the luafs. .Oflrfortably. Price 2Sftt'.&tol and Iain's (ufReiiedy. It is eaaUy lete afforded Hie great relief from Judge Jokn Sam, Owsley to iefead eoristated, Price-5e. 'lu&ade Try it. It cm- - the first, and since taking one botget a box of Soldby tSMkfi ai4 axtftatM.tioii .aiv eaaUee 'tlw. SIM per bottle. SoW W , Shugars t1ubW hbafi'iTVe funeral of Barton iiwas " while you s1eej IJriHr "Store! Stanford, &.LynoBro7 tains no atmrn er tfcer harafal tle of them I feel like a different Driir Store Stanford. carets. They work? held at Ju?toaviluiTEeday-afif- t ' ' r. j ri" t: V rcHru. t! k"w.11 rwr; Fer sale hy all dealers. ' jCJrkfc OrelwurC peW."".Fr sale by all dealers. gripe, sicken dr. salfvate. , v.ra noon at two o'clock. " salf hy .all i vv Vj J. .V, vKILLED BY SON-IN-LA- W ce 0. Bank Made Good Showing. Cashier J. C. Bailey, of that hust MUST NUMBER HOUSES of 'rT, i P"? ", w-M- o-. I y iian?Ai.-i;ii- ."", son-in-la- w, - ff f" -- - T tr . 1 . m - - ee . 1-- -- " d " - V?' Pa-Cnn- Ti ss ,,! ,tu& ... "..' -- - - . - ! s - . . Julia-Alexander,- -- - 1 -- young-tjOuile-- of r. s ah tax-paye- in-1- - barber-Wilmore- at re-roo- ms ot ii;f . i w ot ess I Mc-Kinn- ey Lan-Groy- er 38-caJib- re th tt-- - 1 I Bar-Huds- on t ot al - y nt one-doll- ar - i a-s- s - 0-- - '" f -- " ?. i."'fJnttEmri. els' .Cas-.JjjowIs. mi yr 10-ce- nt -- ljUlte. '.'. ln't . -- -- - ,.k v '. "Mi'k '4 . ii . - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915. The Interior Journal SOME DON'TS For v Stomach and Liver . Four Hundred And Twenty Six -- WALTON 91 A TEAS & SAUFLEY IN ADVAN.CE Editors and Managers. gTttlCULX Sufferers Don't take medicine for your Stomach ailments morning, noon and night, as usually such medicines only give temporary rcliet and simply digest the food that happens to be in the Stomach. Entered at the postoffiee at Stanford ttcond clatt mail mutttr. ' WORKING MEN OVERALLS "" 2 - . ': Men, Women, Boys And Girls - Are now members of our Christmas Savings Club. You can begin on a Penny; it will grow to Dollars, and then too, 3 per cent, is added if your payments are prompt. , : For large amounts we issue IN- TEREST BEARING CERTIFY r F Don't permit a surgical operation. There is always serious danger in operations and in many cases of Stomach, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Ailments the knife is authorized Liver and Intestinalthe right remedy is The Interior Journal can be avoided it to announce the following candi-- , taken in time Don't go around with a foul smelling dates for office, subject to the breath caused by a disordered Stomach August, Democratic primary in and Liver, to the discomfort of those 1915: 5011 come in contact with. "For Circuit Judge It you arc a" Stomach sufferer, don't think you can not be helped ; probably C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county.' wor.se cases tlian yours have been per CIIA& C. FOX of Boyle connty. manently restored by Mayrs Wonderful Remedy." For Commonwealth's Attorney Most Stomach ailments are mainly County. E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle caused by 'a catarrhal condition. Mayr's R. W. KEENON, of M,ercer county. Wonderful Remedy not only removes J. S. OWSIEY, of' Lincoln County. the catarrhal mucus, but allays the chronic inflammation and assists in renAddress a'l communications to The luterioi dering the entire alimentary and intesJournal not 'to rome individual connected tinal tract antiseptic, and this is the with the pap.r. secret of "its marvelous success. No matter low iirpcrtant they; issy op, Don't suffer constant pain and agony' unsigned and anoaynmus communications to The Interior Journal, aie ignored. The name and allow your stomach atlments to of the Bender .s wanted as an evidence of physically undermine your health. No If you matter how severe your case may be or pood faith and not for publication. tiavn something you want to appear in Tne Interior Journal, vou mtb sign your name how longyou have suffered one dose to it. of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy should The Interior Journal charges for obitu- convince 'you that you can be restored of aries, resolutions of icspect and cards Mayr's . Wonderful to health again. thanks. The rte is five cents a line. The Interior Journal ha one of the larg- Remedy" has been, taken and is highly ---- .Farm Hands, Teamstrers, Section Men, Carpenters, Blacksmiths and Paintersyou are the men who wear i- - You want the best ones, you want little ones, long ones, big ones, arid heavy ones, then if you do, come to us ? and get the "OBRYAN You want DUCK-HEAD.- WORK GLOVES '" x. '""" T V aT est job printing establishments in central Kentucky and vill be glad to figure with anyone on any kind of printing. i-i- s CATES. trs- - SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Tii ; Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Corner, Next to Court House OF IMPORTANCE TO YOU. V---J - In order to conform to the requirement of the New Banking Law, and recent rulings of that Department, we will not be permitted to pay any overdrafts after February 1, 1915. For this reason checks can not be "paid after that date unless there are sufficient funds to meet them. Lincoln County National sKy. Bank, Stanford, mSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRiH to to in C3 C3 73 73 73 FAST WINTER SERVICE TO 73 C3 73 73 C3 73 FLORIDA Via to 73 m 73 to 73 73 to 73 to 73 73 m in 73 73 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South s, m to to 73 Ito m 73 73 m m 73 m 73 173 to "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" E 73 to High-classteel equipped train; through Drawing-roo73 Pullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. to 73 STEEL COACHES-NE- m m 73 DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted W to 73 to 73 Other Famous Southern Resorts Aiken Augusta Charleston Columbia 73 m Savannah Summerville to 73 to 73 to 73, in 73 m 73 C3 Very Low Homeseekers Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. B. H. TODD, District Percy Haly The Cincinnati .'Enquirer and other panel's are savins: that democrats in many parts of the state are urging Percy Haly, of Frankfort to get into the race for governor. We do not know whether Haly's inelimC-iioare in that direction or not, but we do know that should he do so, a veritable host of friends with v. horn he has worked in season and mm A Florida would be tTAB& announced out in politics and business, Mt21. I'l that it will attru,ve no euito- found rallying loyally to his standclaiBUHT that since ard. Italy's career has been remark- rials, and 1 lfitsTeirculation has able. From the time he sold news- the announc papers oil the streets in Frankfort, considerably S5 .crtitfsedf , Come to itLV'J. ' as a barefooted boy, he has had to think of it, litofiatvoiuuin is not. "f fu the editor make his own way in the world and altogether ttsti sary,'-aI'lEWSM ust as well iaai express; ltMImmr.v that he has been and is now the pnrtmenof his patrusted friend and adviser of such in anv othe men as the late John C. C. 31ayo, per. Oily oiA ke ,9esJ;?a5id greatest Tlr United States Senatois James and newspapers i he country the New Beckham, is due entirely to his owii Yok Herald Sims! no Editorial page 3nKi6flB?. Bennett's or next t , pluck and indomitable energy, and ,, . wfti'-fidea of n pnj' B7 prims ui( infcj it. to his unflinching honesty and ch store by tegrity of purpose. Goebel first saw news. He opinions. hardly any what was in Haly. and confided in to denv tin MUMiinar-is a great him absolutely. Haly became the newspaper aaC A?uLm ation hasn't rfrieirtl of Beckham and to him more "r JaaaaaaV SJV' than aliy other one man is due the been built fact that Beckham is now in the U. ., LD S. Senate. He has gone through VaaaniBBBBBBavTBK The mt UaVvJlTaalaaaaaaWalaU a'ctlvityat V.Mf . w.MJ. Scores of political battles for his j times ar f feiJ&laBBBBBBa .TTJiR.pjKS!;, i ' friends, and throughout them all an effe rnlant. It alh through with clean hands purifies Y,rJ SiiZrf JOaa I enghtens di- has come and without the smell of smoke up- -j .aestion "Bm'tesafBaaf; rength. vigor .V 1 iK e0e. Sold on his garments. In his own, quiet and ehee qHaWSrJaaag j but effective way lie has been in the by Shuga ftaf-i-, Drtirfaaorc Stanford, aaawi 'M i forefront of the fight for better and & Lvne Tc- - r!roK'. rchard. cleaner things for Kentucky, and m. , ' i j those who really know bun, love him SIVE STOP BU i for what he is and what he has done. REMEDIES We lived in his own town of Frank- -' fort, for almost six years and a HtTf. i j man is known best by his home peo-- 1 Make JfKft i Bfist ai;Home pie with whom he daily associates and who know intimately his charifonov snit- - foi;.ilJie old stvle. acter and worth. It is no exagger- ready-mad- e, feoUgiV'sycps m botation to say that no man is closer to tles holding jvfly jTtyl-- 2 ounces the heart of the people of Frankfort is very largelywa jtedbcause moht and Franklin county than Percy of them are composed principally of Haly. Knowing him as av0 do, we are sugar and wuter. Ypt yu have to proud to call him our friend. pay the same&mc& asicit was all Col. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, medicine. Stojistiiiguis money. I ecehod the most enthusiastic en- - You can niedi I ojLiragemcnt in his race for the cine at home D'etJI ie cost democratic nomination' for Secre ferely go to th'e New Stanford tary of State at the meeting of the Drug Co., and ask for 2 ounces country editors in Louisville this (50c worth), of Schiffmann's Conweek. The pencil pushers in almost centrated Expectorant. Mix this with every fiction ot tne state are lining one pint of granulated sugar and up solidly for the old war-houof one-hapint of boiling water, which democracy who has fought its makes a fullpint of (10 ounces'). battles so l7ng"and faithfully 'through This new, simple, pleasant remedy his newiSpfipeik and 'without hint is guaranteed to relieve the worst or' hope j reward ( until now- Line cough or cold. Also excellent for up boys, and letls put him over a Bronchial "Asthma, Bronchitis big winner. No truer democrat or croup, hoarseness and whooping morc'-fones- t and squarer man ever cough. One bottle will maKe enough asked an office in Kentucky or home-mad- e cough medicine to probanywhere else. . ably last the whole family the entire winter. Children like it, it is so Tlif. Currl of- Appeals has decided pleasant to take and it positively 1. 1 T" J i u z i'lKo eountv is vwei, ana nas contains no chloroform, opium, mor been so Vince" 1901.'. If it takes that phine or other narcotics as do most long for the highest court of the. cough mixtures. Keep it on hand in State" to find out, the chances are case of emergency and stop each Keriluckv will have voted Stale-wid- e cough before it gets a firm hold. prohibition before the citizens The above druggist has bedn au of that benighted region . learn that Ihorizgd to Return the money in every (hey can indulge in the .privilege, of single case where it does not give not only . taking .a' little . before perfect satisfaction or is not found breakfast liut selllto their, .neighbor?. the best remedy ever used. Absommuq .of,,the "stufi"" that-ritseems lutely no risk is run in buying this that'KenfuckiansVfeTjoiind to have. remedy under this positive guaran- a mot!' 6. .h. t u'1 nc 95-- 8 tee. ' Ovcpi'ik 'kulidlfed Jaitfnrcc? edses aie dockdteltt fot the" term effcorirfr 154-15ns r 1 '" Justice pf the Supreme Court, Educators, Lawyers, Merchants, Bankers, Doctors, Druggists, Nurses, Manufacturers, Priests, Ministers Farmers and people in all walks of life. Send for FREE valuable booklet on Stomach Ailments to Geo H. Mayr, 6 Whiting St., Chicago, 111. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute satis recommended by Members of Congress, WUKriMllKl and Made full, long 5 "' ;canss;50c, leather; and our "Infant" gloves are a little ...better than anybody's at $1 a pair in calf and horsehide and$1.50 in buck skin.. Xi7tj.i. f T"TTTrfT .i j t We have them in .most anything you want: 10c and 25c t - J ;$2,.in wool. Working men should come to us for -- .sfaritial clothes. str.ong, 60c in cotton; $1, $1.50 and sub- - ycJ2u .'X .1 H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY A HAPPY CHILD IN JUST A FEW HOURS When Gross, Constipated or If Fe- - Flash Lights and Electric Lanterns We carry a complete line of Flash Lights, Batteries and Globes Also the new Electric Lantern that uses the comm'on Dry Cell Battery for the farmer. Price $i,;o s ver'sh Give "California Syrup of Figs" Then Don't Worry Mothers can rest easy after giving "California Syrup of Figs," because-ia few hours all the clogged-u- p waste, sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels and 3Tou have a well, playful child again. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their- bowels, and they become tightly packed, liver gets sluggish and stomach disordered. "Wheiit cross, feverish or restless see if tongue is coated, then give this delicious ''fruit laxative." Chil- - , dren love it, and it can not cause iuiury. No difference what ails your little one it full of cold, or a sore throat, diarrhoea stomachache, bad breath, remember, a gentle "inside be the cleansing" should always first treatment given. Full directions for baLics, children of all ages and grown ups are printed on each 'bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. botAsk your druggist for a Pigs," tle of "California Syrup 'of then look carefully and see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." "We make no smaller soze. Hand back with contempt any other fig syrup. ( 50-ce- nt . f 7 r wmmtin 'BBBBBBBaMFTwaBBBBBBWI -- Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. LOOK AT , xAtim ffOavf i BK . " -- aBV 'V- " W, H. Biggins' Sal Tone k. . 'J-- : I'i Hog Window Show. . ! aV Step in and Get the Deal. fr W. H. Higgins. ! Red Diamond Overalls More men than ever before are wearing them. The reason is, the quality of material used, the character of workmanship, combined with that satisfied feeling you. have in wearing a well fitting garment. We are sole agents. mn&(uevugh ! se lf Report of the Condition of the McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK doing business at the town of County s of Lincoln McKinney, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on 3Xst day of December. 1914. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. - - 4 'It Resources $2S,003.81 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and Masons' Heetinc 513.91 A. M.. metis iz unsecured Lincoln Lodge No. 60 F. stated communication on each first and third 3,934.40 Monday nights of each month at 7 o'clock n. Due from Banks "teoi 1,203.14 their Hall on Main sueet, Stanforl, K to bt Cash on' hand brs of Bister lodges fraternally invited Checks and other cash present. 240.28 . items Banking Ilous0 Furniture 4,250.00 and Fixtures -- MEMORIALS. , Total 33S,14"i.60 Dr. W. Ni CRAIG 4 ; Liabilities Capital Stock paid in in ' $15,000.00 cash 3,000.06 Surplus Fund i Undivided Profits less ex259.40 penses and taxes paid Deposits subieet to check $10,380.14' -500.00 Bills Payable ..'. $38,W5.G0 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY ,.Sct. Countv of Lincoln, ... We, E J. Tannerand J. W. Sal- lee, President and Cashier of the above named Bank' do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of our, knowledge and belief. E. J. TANNER. President J. W. SALLEE, Cashier "Subscribed and sworn to before" lie this 7th day of January 1915. uorreetTT-Aues- E No tribute is so npnrnpriate ! truin ? a ninni'rriPiit, yrnnitf It stands unaltered, imohiuiged. j reserving a memory through the long en-liiri- ii:; ' 5 . OCULIST OPTICIAN ' . years. I invite you to see my work and designs before you buy a monument. Eyes Tested Office Over H wu Glasses Fitted land Satisfaction Guaranteed Stare HARRY JACOBS, Stanford. Ky. J. McRobertu Kentucky which will convene at Kansas City Stariforcr? 73 For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping to car service communicate with your local agent, or 73 next Monday. over 73 C3 to gtarks BHlIdia, Louisville. Ky. f asseager Agent I 73 73 to 73, 1 U5RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR 555 ' J . "When one ponders condition of affairs he tlis gets more and more impressed ivith quo- -' d the truthfulness of the -- "They tation that marry do well luit they that marry not do better." oft-sai- INSURE Your Property in the J. L: Beazley & Co., J. C. RFGary Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. -- There is onlv one republican In jfheVAraona, General Assembly 6' " . . r tthcredit jBtitfi'naine of4tthe-Sttfte.-fceit--.sa- id. -- TSJ . ?w-.s- li wMv!W& .KMMSfjHK Crabb, but ;thei:qnie&; merience . jpeaatol tin if?r .'makesuT be more he..,l. '".'rtir.surra; Aits 4 t f ' , of Hartford, Conn., :C with .T SAUN , DERTAKEB AMD-EMBALW- EP : JCXV.&IY.&. -- .,itmit-r"- - apprepai. j Li.iLitAtm; wfbmtmt&mlmfoMv r ,4 w v -- s hi rmMl1H''mrlm&,i',',"'-vwaxw, t STAftFMt. KY Directors H0E 12 uruurjn, tart, ExehwMl' fir UldiM, Run. FmhI. UMMRTAKER aN S i .i -$ KM! AND EMtALMEl LOCUM Wmis HnmJf7 H tTHIPtM, KDITlMr. i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY IF MEALS HIT BACK TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915. AND STOMACH SOURS Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as merenry wift surely destroy the sense of smell and comtilrtfly deranjre tlie whulc system entering It through the mucous siirraco. when Such artlekw should never I.e used except on prescription's from reputable. iu.vsIcI.iu-j- , as the damage they w ill do is ten fold to the cood you can pus- oiuij iniivi- - iruiu mem. nan u uatarru Lure, manufactun-- by r. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo. O., contains no merenrr. and l tafcpn Intprnnliv acting illrectly upon the blood andi mucous sur- laccs omue system, in buylnj: Hairs Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Internally and made In Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c per bottle. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. DO YOU OWN YOUR HOME 4 ? i "Rape's Djapepi'n'' Ends Indiges- tion. Gas, Dyspepsia and Stomach Misery in Five Minutes you ju&t ute is souring on your stomach; or lies like a lump ot lead, refusing'-- to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of diz' & 4kAir If what PSi w - - m$ x t Is it difficult to pay the rent ? Don't you spend in . you know the .money 1 small amounts, considering them too small to save, would, if deposited in the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK r -4- ziness, heartburn fullness nauseu-ba- d taste in mouth alid stomacn headache, you can get blessed, relief in fiv minutes. AsIc your pharmacist to show you the formula, plainly printed on eases of Pape's iliee lifty-cethen yon, will understand why dyspeptic troubles of all kinds must go, and why they relieve sour' stomachs , or indigesnt Dia-)epsi- n, jut-of-ord- er tion in five minutes. - ''Pape's is harmless: tastes like Dia-pejsin- M can- - dy, though- each dose will digest and Expression Clas to Be Oian'zed Wednesday Af ernoon. A clas in expression composed of )MeripeopR" will be organized Wednesday afternoon at the College building: Those wishing to enter 'hi.--, cias phone 120 or be Ujere at thattimc. The subjects that may be studied are: Reading, Rceitals, Story Telling Extemporaneous Speaking, Debate, Oratory, Voice' Physical Culture, Dramatic Art. Shakespeare or any classic. It $100 a R s jrhetabove are Dress pants. Corduroys, Kersej-- and Knockabout. We Uave a large supply of Corduroys in Pants, Suits and odd Coats. Work Suits m Kerseys. You will never know how far ahead the "DUTCHERg" are of the other Pants until you have tried. Every 'DUTCHERS," a Pant fully guaranteed. Please see these goods before you buy. -- 1 at compound interest, soon buy you ?' a good home? Try it. Own your .'home.' - Be independent. . ?,- - . . y': . ,1 f YV r- i. v f Saving, Like Spending, Is a Habit Mrs. Fred Moser of Gilbert's John Owsley Reid has been conCreek, is very ill at her home there fined to his room by a stubborn atSocial Calendar Mrs. W. L. Ilockaday, of Riehr tack of rheumatism. .Tan. 21 The Dixie Rook Club 1'ond, is thee sruest of Mrs. Robert Mrs. Dora Price, of Rowland, has will meet with Mrs. Shelton Suulley Brace. been spending a few days with on this date instead of the regular j Mr and Mrg H Baughman who friends in this city. Danville Thursday following, sonth of Danville, left tins Events Club week for Battle Creek, Mich., where Jan. 21 The Current T.'M n o. t:i wigm, ot Aaslivilie. will meet with Mr- -. J. B. Paxton at they will spend several weeks. dicier n jj,. itr two o'clock. Mrs. R. T. Bruce will Miss Ella Mav Saunders return- - xn- - AUls llere Saturday night vis- arry Jacobs and left Sunday be the leader of the program. ed home Saturday from a pleasant lihl vi-- it uicmgan. to Capt. and Mrs. J. L. B. Cof- - "'U1'" sjient several fey at Frankfort. P. M: Cormihey Ilft- - lf- - K- Thomas, of Horse days in Marion ccunty looking after Mis'-e.was here a short while today Isabel of his farin. r.r.niw.v. 7fl . niwl ."Mlcu Mnr,ivnt: With frieilds. She foiinorlv VIi !:S , 3fr. L :R. Hughes spent several j of McKinnejv were the week- - Helen Thurmond well known to Lu n. dnvfj lool;cmg after his iarm in In- -. coin county people. BUzabotll-1IulId is of diana Belles and beaux from all sections Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Singleton, iMrs. W. J. Romans, of Lancaster, of Mc Kinney, have been the guests attended the diilice at yas the guest of Mrs. W. A. Carson of Snpt and Mrs. Garland Single- - Danville week. Among those whose condition is not as much im-- i ton. who, went from Stanford were Mr. proved as her friends would wish. Mr. and Mrs. George Carpenter-Ca- rl Carter and Miss Lucy Lee; Wal- John G. Lynn, wife and two bright are receiving congratulations upon , ton, Messsr. James ' Cooped Will children passed through to Lancas- flu. arrival of twin girls in their Mobley, Bryan Perkins, Hartwell ter Saturday to spend a few days home. Shanks, JoeUlilb II. C. Carnenter with his sister, Mrs. J. M. Mount. 'y,nj gam iEmbrj-.- . William P. Wal "'.Waller Singleton, who is connect ton. Jr.. of Leximrton. was nlso ed with the Louisville Terminal R. HAIR COMING OUT? present. T 'ii"ii P. O., came up Saturday to spend n few days with his parents. Dandruff causes a feverish irrita-- j Lame back may come from over-tio- n Mis Fannie M"vers of George of the scalp, the hair roots Work, cold settled in the muscles of town is visiting bed aunt, Mrs. R. shrink, loosen and then the .hair ti,e back or from disease. In the two C. Coffey at Moreland. comes out fast. To ston falling:' hair fnrmr .ncno ti, AAwJJLt a,. :i.. J.CU1CUV .n VHU Smith A. Englemaiti and sister, at once and rid the scalp of every ' BALLARD'S LINIMENT. It should Miss Marg:iret Lnglcman. of Brad- - particle of dandruff, get a rubbed in thoroughlv over the 4flnrL- "Vi4li TloL-rtflinA ! ' bottle of Danderme at any. drug affected part, the relief will be gtiasts of M"r. and Mrs. John store, pour a littler in your hand and; prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c. . They are children of the rnb it into the scalp. Af terN a few! 50 c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold bv late Butler Englemaii' applications the hair stops coming! Shugars Drug Store, Stanford, in this section. out and you can't find any dandruff. Lyne Bros.. Crab Orchard. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL I t. k-esidi! j J1 i prepare for assimilation into the HEARD ABOUT TOWN blood all the food you eat; besides, J. A. Allen goes to Louisville tins it makes you go to the table with, a week where he will attend tue an- healthy appetite; but what will- - lliml lTiftf'tsns' nt' tli - V?t!i,1 ......... ,,nn . ... rt . a l.joase you most, is that you wiueel De.lleiV Association. .wv.& Tne that your stomach and intestines wiU b, heW afc th(j Seelbaeh sessions ilotol arc ''lean aim fresh, and you will " not need to resort to laxatives or IJie name of J. C. Fox was priut-ilvpills for biliousness' or constiV ed n the 4ist of delinquents published 'pation. by fcjhnff J. (i. Wjeauierfora through Thi city will have many "Pape's 'an oversight. Jn making up the list Diapepsin" cranks, as some people Deputy Francis Weatherford mark- Lwill call Ihcm. but vou will b en- - ed olt the name ot" Air. Fox tin. tliusiastie about this splendid stom- - list in the sheritt's onU-e;-, as his a-preparation" "too, if 'you ever taxes liad been paid, but failed to take it "for indigestion, gases, heart- - j mark it oif the list fum.shed the Jn- burn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any iuuui oyiuuai xor puuicuuon. roMi stomach misery. " regret exceedingly that the mistake-shoulGet some now; Ibis minute, and have occurred. rid yourself of stomach trouble and Elwood Totten, who has been indigestion in five minutes. ' active service in Uncle Sam' j maruie corps is a civilian again and Elect Old) Officers. I with h.s fsitlior. .T T. Tnt- cim.c lur flie dire tors oiJLikfiLijMioln Coun-- ! ,. ,. v .AUlJllil-y LU lUUj UL iUUlIUU UUUUkJ Ar,i.... ty National Bn rday and ' 3mke ians with friends he had not elected the pn IOr an- - conn Fm tliroo vears. Mr Tnttr-other year. u or tliejluaue ciniises to the Philippoies, Ja-- e t oanirs aairs s in fine,pan an(j other' distant ports durint. condition. his experience in this branch of the W&imM navy. He does not plan to ...... -- -- I '. ROBINSON'S er J Everyone Join tKe '. 1915 Saving h Club by Trading With d L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky. Ar-..,- I ..,. fljJK I n 1 fftvlB J re-enl- ist NOTICE B I trol'er of the le Comp- - however. J-- I s Rej-nold- s, Yin-...Ga- ve . Pan-Hellen- ic lat , I nBiiHK-i'mL$rl' - -- jj 23-centt- be o En-glom- well-kno- has purchased an interest in several popular moving picture film- -, includ ing "The Tale of Two Cities." He HERE i will accompany the films on a cir- cuit of a number of Kentucky town- The People's Adver- - j ami ., iie ;s a Hve wire booster and hrn iri.ot 9Qb3HHL 6" nil l .... vnnh-i.. PoIIaw ulirmld lm . ... .;...v. f. fine success in his venture. He will soon exhibit at Hustoimlle and Lib- ertv. Tre Tula of Two Cities wa. shown at the opera house here Thursday night and pleased those who saw it. p tweeTTmHSHIimJe. Please Arthur C Hill has accepted a return Hpmpl with the' International HarIvester Company and will travel for X'UJLt C5i! PII- - . arred Rock this big1 farm machinery manufaccockerels. KliJHBn son Bright, turing firm o'ver 'the counties of Stanford, 2. Phone 40. Lincoln, Boyle and Garrard. Mr. Hill is a splendidly equipped young man He "is a practical FOR S. .vork horses', for the place. booster, and know-almo- st will sell cl; onths' time farmer, a great everyone in the three counwith good MASTERS. ties which aie his territory. . His P. i ?Bft McKinney. 2. many friends predict "that he will TBUILD1N near Lan-bea- p. have a successful career on the -- caster stree Will road. 1 - will be paid b; ruary 1, 1015 BANK, Stanfo: xmumiK fter Feb-3-t- verdrafts TIONAL d. W. E. Glover, of Stanford- The lady making the largest purchase at the Busy Cash Store on next Saturday will receive a Silk Waist Pattern. DtrA foict tl.t Dig Sale that is now on. Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN waist free: G. M. LYONS I j ISMHBwANT fenaBe ! I Ik iiiflHHHJiiicner I 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. po-iti- on 4-- 3. Geo. H.Farris' j STANFORD "KENTUCKY r . f 6-- $3.00 ONE YEAR .i $1.75 SIX MONTHS sell part if d MUELLER 5tf. FOR SALLJPUIIHoll-jrthH-i all', eight months old; bull subject to -- ! ! register, roan; extra good one; aLo have some good timothy hay for sale. R M BLACKERBV, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1. Phone 53-W i LISTEN ; t the lungs, often causing them to bleed. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYR.UP is healing balm that quickly repairs damage in the lungs and air passages. Price 25c,50e and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug Stom, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. The cash boys in the big depurt- ment stores in the cities who travel about ou rubber rollered skates, so as to save all the time possible, haven't anything on Billy Reinhart-thhustling young son of E. L. Rein-ha- rt who delivers the Times and Post each morning. Billy goes up and down Stanford's splendid sidewalks on roller skates too and covers the city in about a quarter of the time it would take him to walk it. As Billy doesn't use rubber rollers on his skates, however, many lat(, ssleepers find that he serves the plane of an alarm clock to get them "out of tjie hay" in time for early break- e COURIER-JOURNA- L Daily By Mail . (Not Sunday) , During January '- - AND i All persons having or desiring - February Only. Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to These 9 -- . to place money in- large orsniall amounts on savings will do well to. advise with us before doing so else where. . .? w Y ours to erve;1 , 4" s Two Months. ti LOUISVILLE Feb. 1 to 6, 191 5 AT THE ARMORY u$i Half Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular i ' State Bank & Tryst Go. ;; .T$F .f'i Greater than evewn every feature. The Biggest Auto Show in the West or South. Nothing to equal it outside of New York and Chicago shows. will be shown. Courier Journal Stanford, KentvV' 4-- More Exhibits Every Car of consequence More Lavish and Original Decorations T typifying Growing Cotton; More Mue4e Concerts Afternoon ajmI MiirMi .I Come to koulsyille Auto Shew!! Week i St r - agent in this district. ; E. L. REINHART Stanford, Ky - - iti tii- A jv ajwo .sf?V4W86L - -- 4 . f j 7H. f..xr BT'3-l"'' .Vi.-l- -- T it' Kismt jam-j&- . ?-- Af' l&'M- r I r . -- L ' r.x i i. d vImaIi UjUaib... nvjAAv Uf.' t .i mm r. f i -t mm j. m P ) mmmm. . JOt&tM. ie ' ; P. M. Dally. i s Vft , tr"l - ' ' L " ' COURIER-JOURNA- W. f? i.nzt'ci if". " f- -- A 4 t7'3ll.?-f 'i il'.hl - - m . f, r. .j f cv";??'.! .vrtr-j '- .- a. ' r i - w;f'5j-- f totlral, i ' R m:MT ' ; ,;. U t Jf JtiWiJrX i'::. V. -- COMPANY, Louisville, Ky. - .' VW r it - . - a. MK : rt 1T t w''- - ' h .' X ri - , . "' '? ! - ' zSr' '. ' - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD; KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915. At- TOBACCO SELLS FOR $35.00 PJER HUNDRED AT DANVILLE HOUSE ON WALNUT STREET W. C. Weaver, pf Lincoln County, Receives this Price for Over ! 200 Pounds .V J. P. Buise, Casey County, Receives $34.00 Per Hundred for one Basket. We have sold nearly one million pounds of tobacco in the past two weeks. With experienced floor-me- n and expert bookkeepers, we have been able to handle this vast amount of business without a hitch. It is admitted by everyone that Danville right now is the best market in the state, barring none, and the Danville Warehouse on Walnut street "gets the price." We have the best and and most liberal buyers that could be gotten together anywhere, for the sellers, but with a force of experienced men, who have- mastered every detail of grading and handling large quantities of tobacco, there has been little delay. It is really a pleasure for one to go to the Danville Tobacco Warehouse. Never in the history of the Danville market has tobacco rolled in in such quantities as it has in the past two weeks. It has been a mystery how. President Bright has avoided days of delay. Every employee - Dozens of Baskets Sell for $20.00. has a cheery greeting for you. They cling to their motto, 'Tours for legitimate business." Added to these the. silver tongued auctioneer, Capt R. E. Holland, who does the rest. He "gets the price." A few of the good averages made in the past few days on entire offerings were as follows: Farris and Merriman, Boyle, average Hunt and Dillinger, Boyle, average . Bright and Bell, Boyle, average Anderson and Webber, Boyle, average $13.30 14.25 12.80 13.35 14.10 13.90 ... . Fox and Daily, Boyle, average . . W. A. Burnside, Garrard, average . Yandell and Hogue, Boyle, average . . 14.87 Remember, if you have "the goods," we can get the price, with the best auctioneer in Kentucky. Danville TobaeJ Warehouse Co INtiratiRATED eshw& SVs" . -- .1 -- 1 v.k r- - .,, u$t Wt ,'.,'' The Mt. Vernon Signal says that 'eight-year-omules of R. S. faretsburg, ; der for $235 and one pair of mules N. Thompson. . of J. D. Depp, of Ilustonville, sold to from Dan Canada for $230. Myers & Tneker, of the same place sol, (500 bushel of wheat to Lan- r rr ttr tt A - a- at lowland said to caster parties at $1.15. three-quartone 450 hog at five and tsuama La',ese B. G. For of Danville, bought of cents per pound. cents Voimd the following West Bud' parties at ll0f J- filler, on the PreachersJ. W.Allen of tho West Knfl J vmV. hogs for the bought of various parties in Casey MoCormaek one agted mule for $135; vllf Plke market iid i$ looking tor the county last week 40 head of fat 'one pair of rom ket to unprove .U the time. Mr. hog at five and one-ha- lf cents a Powell & Depp for $140; one pair ' sold over 100 ljead of porkers pound and they sold them to Myeis of mules from Tom fL1 the ftock bu'in & & Tucker at a .small profit. j Crawford ? Cress & for $260: one pair of ' ..vJones the linst year, and is well sat- . ld I er FARM AND STOCK NEWS B Printetfe-Jta- l .L ir:-rifeiir'who-,'ow?jhis i rLe iff mswssb JraJt-fi- ';; nMf:n.. nine-year-old w.,0. seven-year-old f"' aLse. PB "W . r- - 7 iWilIMiBil 1 . iistied Avith his. venture in pork. Aberdeen Angus Bull? Kentucky Rural Credit I am offering for sale six high-cla- ss Registered Bulls. T. L. PENTER. Hustonville, Ky. CAR5-4t. Association S 1,000,0 OOCapital Buy Gold Mdl- The Sure Growiaj" Kind 'our name.aud,addresS'. If you wish to AVTittjstyvwucScongressman ' or member of tbe legislature, or il you have u request o make of your ered trespassers and treated acprinted stationery giveslyou a heading uiight also give the cordingly. Wm. E. McAfee Nora E. Ayers, names of whatever cropslie specialW. P. Givens, Maurice Givens, izes in or hisfspe'cialities in stock. Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. Neatly printed stationery gives you C. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins, I. S. rs personality:, and standing with Tevis, Joe E. pSonJ vis, any person o$irm to riSm you write McRoberts otrright' and insures &VTQperi'i-eadinper-print- ed Lvery, farmer farm ought to havft prjntetfjlgtntionery, with his name, 'the aiiwE of his postoffice and pfoperlwfiven. The ed heading might also giyetbe names of whatever crop he specializes in, or his specialties' in "stock. Neatly fk Notice to Hunters. We, the undersigned, agree to en- force the law acratinst a, trappers on our farms. Fox hunting especially prohibited. All hounds found on our lands roaming, trailing or in the chase, Avill be consid- GET YOUR Field Seeds OF T.D.NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST SEEPS rteta Organized for the. purpose of Financing the Kentucky Buy them from your local 8Md dwtw. on't supply yu..writ iixtcU tOUISVMXS SEED CO. . Zr mi Main UtitovSJe, Ky. If k county superintendent of schools, or if you wish information from any business lie use, hi any case yoiu letter will have increased weight ntad receive more and quicker attention if you us(i' stationery. Get the habit. Come in the J. J. office and have us print you 500 sheets oi good paper with envelopes to match. Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES EGGS ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY 385 410 Farmer Low Rates; Lung Terms to Members of Association If interested and you desire to becomft a member, call on E. Xqwby at Citizens National Bank or Hotel Annex, Danville, Ky. and get full particulars with literature explaining the plan. EL Win be in Danville Until Saturday, Jan. 23, 1915 OFFrCEES J. L. Watkins, Treasurer Gov. James B. McCreary, President -- J. J. C. H. Berryman, C. VanMeter Secretary V-Pr- es. M. Lassing General Counsel Administrator's Notice Dink. Wilkinson, All persons owed by estate of the . W. C. Cundiff F. A. Land. late Mrs. G. C Givers are requested THE LIIERTY LUMBER CO. to present claims properly proven by Liberty, Ky. law to the undersigned administraManufactures 01 and Dealers In tor. Those owing the estate are' reAlt kinds of rough and dressed lum- quested to cnll and settle promptly. " ber, moulding and casing of all B. W. GIVENS, Admr. fi 0 kinds, ceiling,' flooring and siding, ' ' all grades. Atfrainistratsr's Nstice , v Send us your orders for mill stuff All persons owed by estate of the and framing. Pricesand grades late S. E Owsley are requested to guaranteed. present claims, properly proven to the Those undersigned r administrator. owing the! estate are requested law to tli. undersigned administrator Those owing the estate are requested to settle promptly B. AY; GIVENS. ' tf Admr. 2-t- BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK PORK. Ism ,...1. i. 445 .......1030 BREAKFAST CHEESE WewylrfaHj z BUTTER RICE POTATOES BEANSU dried : WHEAT FLOUR ........... :......I35 :,... -- FOODS"....:.. 17 . .....1185 1 1 - 1131. X 3025 .' ....: 3040 540 250 4 VeteriPiry Surgeon TO THE 2-- Energy Mutcie and Strength Giving Qualities One pownl of flour costinf on an average of 4c, will go asJar m two pownoY of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order-Ban- g kman's No. 1 flour from your groeer. This will help reduce.the high cost of living. -- DIRECTORS - : James B. McCreary :Frankf ort Ky C. H. Berryman . . .' .. .Lexington Ky ' .Lexington Ky J. L. Watkins . .... .... .'. ... J. M.. Lassing . . . Newport Ky. ,v . . . . ... . . . .'. .Bowling Green :Ky Morgan O. Hughes J. C. Van Meter . V J ,. .U . .,... : John W. Vreeland ,'...... . Louie ville Ky. : Henrv G. O verstreet .:. . Owensboro Ky. i' '. Jf Thos. J. Bigstaff . . . . .",; ....;. Mt. Sterling, Ky. . i . ...... Robert H. Scott r 'Paducah. Ky. ... .,.(,.-- . . L. L. Dorsey .": . Aixckorage'( Ky. ''v . .-.- ,.. ........:. DAWVILLI, XT. OFFICE MEXT LOGAJTI WTXWl i ftJiLIC . ' roade-lo-ord- er Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to .. JQ - -. Forest Butts J. it. faring ....... t t2 F.'M. Witt William Giltner f'; t ' it Vlo-- t ''. . .,.... ., tl rr in1t ......... ...Nerppfrfe Jjsnrmataoei. r ri? .. .... . .Carrplfeon Ky; Ky. saeipyvuie. TTv. Zic,'"TZi:'" r ""tfl I reprcsfnt the largest aitd best clothing house ' in .thtsvpoun'r try-E- d VJ Price & Co., Chjcago, III.;-Mexperiwrc-imeasuring ?and theakmg of your ; clothes, gives me .the advantage Jo ver one who is sot a practical;. tailor. If youV will give 'mc your order 1 wilUpromise you a square- deal. You' will get. the worth of your money, .either Cn the.' cheaper., u m Ai-- ' buy your CHICKENS; EGGS nd HIDES mi -- Market jAi . v" ' ') ,1 --. " , - - '. and. . 5 t.. v.is winteryiine oi gampieajjaxenow . r.. or : the higher nrieed?Mv fall ,v. . . A . fVFj tj. let ITlM me shew ymt.,,1 f i. ' IBMid irt'Aiw n': v''S rhiiWmfttVi ' ; . onCotOifPtkt. lr .'.fS-'i .'-.w-i- J i' H. Bauhman & Son i' ,:rw.&-iH 1 ' Vf. ' ' . t;Stfdrdf Kentucky r !. f Xi .i' ' " ''I "ft . PhM TaKi ., WpHB'MWt tr w a .' .2 r r ." W t' .' . ..' l'". jf'.'rt