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Established I860 55th Year , No. 7. i The Interior j OURNAL TA ' is When Your Time the Date Oa Label a3 Renew Your Subscription Promptly. npi-Wa- tch T'rStfstops Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky Friday, January 22, 1915. Tuesdays and Fridays ., fired. Ard said lie didn't see Hud- - went armed. He owned a pearl handTOBACCO MEN DISSATISFIED Dixie Rook Entertained. Prominent East Ender Passes Away MRS. BEAUCHAMP SAYS at lhc time- - He said tluit Bui led Sm.th and Wesson revolver. When Mr. Mose Soard passed away at Mrs. Walter W. Saunders de- LAW IS NOT ENFORCED ton was not fixing to shoot and was I fired at him he was coming on me With Prices Received Recently on lightfully entertained the Dixie Rook'1"3 nome near Crab Orchard last Boyle Breaks Ho had no gun .in cursing and abusing me. 1 most Grover Ard Gives Damaging Evi- alter a nngenng uine.s ot sev- - Declares That Two Places, Almost (ilftb at her rooms on West Mam , Jus luiiid, had made no attempt knowed that he was go'.ng to kill me. s, . eral months. JMr. Soard Avas one ol Lincoln county tobacco growers street dence Ayainst Him But Defend- - ;to draw a gun. Aid said he went on I knew from the tone of his voice Same as Open Saloons Are last Thursday afternoon in a:the bsst men Crab 0rdmnl an( j to Mr. Roulen and called the sher- - that he was angry. I did not know who took1 their Weed to the capital of most charming manner. Delightful ant Claims Self Defense. Operated in Lincoln. ill" and B.urtou'.s son in Bowling wlintliot. lio w.ic ,wi f 'Boyle the past week and the first lefreshments were served at the iovcd by everyone. Re was GO years 0jd a faithful member of the o this week. were Alter hearing the testimony iu the Green. He said there wer0 two shots liquor or not. I never knew him to be j fer da Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp. of of the game. Mrs. C. tiaii ch.irch and is survive lv .lis pleased with the prices l.quor was but what lie drank i thwS .oxauiinimr trial ot lleurv Hudson, lived, about halt a minute between Hays Foster and Airs. T. J. Hill, ' ife and several children. He" was Lexington, State President of the it. I stayed in mv room and didn't Umt tiieyrcuiized. They say that tlie Jr., charged with murder of his father- - each. the highest scores during confined to his bed for several Woman's Christian Temperance Un- Cross. examined by Judge Owsley go about the bodv. I knew he was a market flieaws "all shot to pieces' j the made in-laYates W. Burton near Hus . . ,. ,i ,. . i .. afternoon. . Mrs. E. J. Brown itrmntli ..,..: ..,. -rii,. ..,,.,.. ,.? i,r. ion, made some mighty plam state- l.... 0L lucm .. "; "". aller seeing said that Burton bought some very dangerous man when under the,auu a tonville. last Sunday night County mo vow injures mat were paid lor " ii-- x d Judge Bailey Thuisday, held Uud- -' whisky and had it in a quart jar and influence of liquor." Hudson r "7" mcnts to the people of Lineoln ao won that soon Jei . t clashed loaded their crops eon over under 12,00U bond to await k had some brandy in another! that he fired three shots. " jthe action of the grand jury at the Jr. He said both were full ivhoi. Cross examined he adm ttod that u uguUbana urougnt tnein nome, .XI, Rt,.M- VXTi . ANNIIIINRFS FdR AWRM wl,W. h ,nn.l Hud-iliie- y ;, 'started; that they both took a Purton owned aout 1,000 acres ; February term of circuit court ., , ; .. ,,r..TPAT Cn rownD --- "am o. uwnury, dr., took ' " V, v, ,. son furnished the required amount drink when they started; that Bur- - land in Wayne county, and had put , . v.,,,, ti.n- .ji.vv.iv. " ic,inat me law against m,. nietral sale "" pounds over and w only an aver-- . i tr... iJiiiueti u jjiuuiv. c TJ....1 rot i .r ...wi'lou wirniwl n... luc oiviwi- - nr. "T"ll o...i.ii cioi... t v with James Gover, W. S. Euibr uiiu t m..i. ui uuruuui?- - i lonely Avife and bereaved children i . ii e mmmi. iv uui u"ui; .i" iiiiii. " ' J: in .. ii i v i. i.... is not being enforced. She Sim Owens as sureties, and was re- pockets; that they took a drink their farm but reiterated that Bur'sale on some of his Avecd i Yille one ot. the leading democrats in their dark hour of trouble. Hi of liquor point blank that two places . apiece on Sunday mornini? before ton Avanted to borrow the money ped the leased from custody. t,us sectl0n of tne state' has an- -, body Aas laid to rest at Pine Hale asserted A groat deal of interest was man- llu'3' shnted and on, together when ftom him. He said that as ho was ly- after a portion had gone for almost'111 Avhich she styled as almost the same deni- - n the presence of a large concourse ifested in the trial, and the county t!uy fed at Phil at noon. He said ing "on the bed he couldn'i sec into a song. Grover Heater is reported to nounced as a candidate for the of sorrowing friends. M. F. B. as open saloons, Avere rnuniiig in court room was crowded to its ca- they had another when they met a thp room Avhcre Burton Avas. He said ha'e sold 5,000 pounds for Avhich he ocratic nomination for Lieutenant Lincoln comity, in defiance of the pacity when the trial began. Hud- fellow, Avhose name lie could not re- liS made no remark to Burton Avhen got an average ot only two and u Governor, subject to the primary Metcalfs Bank Closed. iluAv One she said was at Moroland son was represented by Judge John member and in the evening they he came in and that Burton Avas quarter cents. George Hail was of-- ! ncxt A L i I'.v.- . I The Farmers' and Merchants' ; and she aid that the other was at n li.ilf turns 1U1- UUOULi' took another, lie said they did "ot talking to his Avife. When Attorne' tr.tiil ui.v-uuuiii. Sam Owsley as attorney, while K. S. Judge Black annuunce- Bank, at Cicero, Ind, has been closed; Crab Orchard. She asked wIia- - no Alcorn was acting County Attorney take a drink at the barn Avhen they Alcorn asked li'm if he thought ho 10,000 pduids but rejected the bid,! ment is as follows -, ., .,, ....-.- . i and brought his Aveed home. John 3n the absence of W. S. Burch who fed. He had seen him offer a 31 r. Avas in danger Avhen he was lying in j rn,riactlotl Wite tak eu against thm by Kentucky . , a receiver W1n ,je appointed. 11. To the of aim Will i .....Tieraiei pf,.ri,o r.... nrrinr mnvp, ; Iteeosmizin Democrats fullest sense. at Hot Springy. Mrs. Hudson, aj raibnuks a drink but he did not bed. and being called a s b i;i the , .. irtioM., i r,.r ujiu iiuiiau iu jbank baid tu haV(, beea in llai.(1;l"e oflicers of the law. avIio had "- -. vj.i..nav. iium daughter of th dead man, an, thejdiink it but gave it to his Avife, Ard had called Burton another. to al the P""" -. j lines for some time on account of sworn to enforce it and avIio- - she I I li 11 r nut 1( c011Id j another , in Danville in hopes of se - your. riSut only eye witness of the tragedy be- - j said. He said Avhen they got to tlie l..M.-w-i.l ,vllCV . lit l,,JJ J,,;,,,, 4,. I. vWiMm. m,i , IUI- , a conssiderable quantity of alleged said, Ava- not doing gnres. Henry Hester "sides Grover Aid- - .a nephew of Bur- - house, Burton's, daughter opened the get to his gun before Burton could cunnS ,,eI-tu L Mr-- . bad securities it avus carrying. It. I5eaiiclmmp said that she, ton. occupied a seat by the side of!001' and Burton how get to him. Hudson admitted that lie took ins crops away from Dntaville. ,""7 ' asked r tlie I)aity 1 bu voted if. Metcalf, avIio was cashier of the caildldatc and drove to Lancaster where a 1 got out tlU were, More-lau- d her husband. Under the huv pho was lla d.d not hear Burton of bod' got his gun from the ror at thc Sw,eral election in next McKinney Deposit Bank for years, had just .spent a few dnys at unable to testify for or against her ;,y anything about wanting fo rent machine, stopped back by the bed. buyer gave him seven and two ceutsJ 'oVeuU)(-'rherself, and it had not tnkm i sim a eandidate. sub- - and avIio married--- a daughter of her long to learn conditions ' pounds. The markot me house or Avanting $75 rent from and then iicard Burton coming, as lip jfor about of -- Jtrfni Beck, thre -i- "' "l" " " ? of McKinney, was the "The prosecution's only witness, jis Hudson. He reiterated very empluiti-"tfltei- l. said, began to fire. HP caul . there lias Actuated greatly some days, be- ;.. ci.r., .,ii no , said orimarv election, -ior tlie uomi- - hank's president, and it is reported and at other points in the county. j avIio saw th0 tragedy. Aas j callj' that Burton J,d ""icr uays away ort. picking the Avas n lanlern in his bedroom, no ' "' nii"" nation for Lieutenant Governor on that, his lo.--s is heiivv. Thft 1inMtili She declared that the temperance "Grover Aid. and he ;aA-- mot dam- - lantern off the iloor Avhen the first i:ght, in the hall and a lantern and jthe Democratic ticket. I am induced, totes tl!lt Mr fetc-a- lf purchased a people of Lincoln county had gone to CRAB ORCHARD airing testimony against Hudson, de- - shot awis fired, lie said that he did firelight in the room where Burton in a measure, io maiie mis jnterest in the bunk sleep on the job. She advised them i know that Burton, was armed: he fell. TT.. said that he and Burton had clarhig that Hudson had' fiven at Mrs. Goodman and Miss Jewel ment by a desire of my own to serve tAVO vearg ago SOIne Thc iustitu. to see to it tUat in the future tliuy 'Burton while the latter AA'a . peeking ., J,a- had lived Avith hiui . for 20 years boon on good terms up to the time Avent to Cincinnati a few davs since . .. I up a lantern. Ard SAA'ore that vt - t " .1 ITJn c Know he made a habit of that Burton had Avanted to borrow to attend the burial of Mis. GonJ- -' tlie people of our splendid State injtloI1 was ca,,it:,iiZed at $25,000. Jiurdo not dhide their A'ote, Avhich is the capacity of Lieutenant Gover-- i ton Avas malcing no efl'ort to draw j Parrying a Aveapon. Ard denied that. the money from him. man's mother. greatly in the majority in this counnor, and also, in a measure, by sug- u told Fi'ed Gooch that he Avas so Orders From Afar Iii pistol at the time he Avas James Go'er, a Lincoln county Mrs. E. D. Gooch, Avife of our gestions oi a lew individuals whose. Ds .. y ty, betAveen several candidates, but oj. the jw On thc other hand. Hudson swore drunk at the time that he did'ut farmr on the Danvdle pike, who repostmaster liei'e, has bsn aii-- wuh personal and jiohtical friendship is Stanford Drier Co., is becoming to stand firm for one man for each that Burton Avas coming towards know Avhat had happened: and sided in Pulaski a number of cold for some time. Her real and in whose judgment I have, a severe ;te f.niU)U 'a, t, mtvmtai.Um!V office avIio they know vill enforce the "ioj that he vomited on the floor of going after his roA-oand , that he Avas bora and rear- sister. Miss Ethel Wilson has been t AT l.i. 1' .I 1 Ic;m1;ic1ii T'livrifiM . ...VlT. Avhen he shot. The testimony me Hudson Jiouse that niht. but ed in Pulaski; that lie khuw Burton staying with her during her illness. past iealty to the Democratic party Besides getting..v...,....v from many law. nid he did so the next morning. He for 20 years; he said h;s reputation orders the two men Avas Avidcly diATer--ireof Mrs. Beauchamp spoke twice in Mrs. Katherine Dunn seems some may be accepted by you I confident ! drug -- tore in Ker.tuckv. he ha re and the keenest intercut Avas admitted that everything Avas "quiet for peace and quietude avus very Stanford Tuesday, once iu the afteriy trust, as a sufficient guaranty cently received order-- ! from "Rochemanifested in Avhat each had to say. at the bouse Avhen they arrived there. bad. He said Hudson's reputation better at this time. noon before a smthiM-niif the loMrs. W. E. Perkins is out again that I shall, Avhether nominated or ster X. Y.. .Orlando- - Fla., Ardmore. Ne sad he didn't Avhen he was all right; that he A'as a cal . C. T. U.. and at night to the Grover Ard's Testimony not, give to the ticket you name and S. D. and other y place- -. His fired the shot but could see Avhat man. Mr. Gover admitted after a most severe cold. lublic generally. She is starting the Grover Aid, who accompanied looked like a flash Mrs. Gooch and Miss Maud, re- the principles for Avhich our party powder- - are said to do the Avork tight lor state wide prohibiton, and from the pistol. on cross examination that he had 'Burton to the Hudson home on the He said Burton fell with stands' Aery faithful support, for inc- -t satisfactorily and are nbso-lntehis feet frequently had trouble AA'ith Burton, turned last Aveekvjxuui Lodge, S. C, also gave an interesting review of the jiight ot tlie killing was tlie first harmless. The T. J. hopes A'ote in congress sliding toward' tlie door and that he and said that Burton had tried to where the hitters that course has been my habit at all for nation-wid- e introduced by the Common died Avithout making statement. with times since reaching legal age. If that the genial drngirist will add prohibition. a kill him se'eral times; in fact had health. Miss Maud suffered wealth. Ard said that he had lived Stephen Walker, the Hustonville lai, a trap for him one time. chills while there and had to return nominated and elected Lieutenant largely to his fame and fortune by Several county officials who heard Governor, I promise you and the the manufacture in Wayne county for about five undertaker who went to the Hudson and sale of his of Mrs. Beanchamp's Mr. James Burkett testified that here. Sbe stood the trip real well, emphatic Linyears: that he used to live in people of Kentucky to bring to the Avonderful medicine. house about one o'clock Monday as far as he linew Burton Avas a and isdVno, worse at this Avritiug. statements regarding conditions at discharge of the duties of the office coln near Hustonville four or five morning Avith the officers, said that peaceable man; that he seemed Mr.jeorge Ehun is sitting up a the very best serviee ot? Avhich I may Moreland and Crab Orchard- - sug- 'ear& ago. He has been farming with he examined Miich Good News Left Out the body of Burton: very fond of his children. little btitVjs very feeble gested that it might be a good idea Burton and Aas his nephew. His that one bidlet had he capable. nether or not i am The I. J.'s old typesetting machine entered" the left Judge W. M. Myers- of Uuston-vill- e ilrsaaiames Hays br. is coniineui equipped to properly dischai-gthose has been working so badly of late, u to have her appear before the next ,Mf", stor3" in response to questioning auis breast about four inches testified ,he had never heard to hejjJRRiiAvith above the most severe Jcold; ' Mi, of .KduUPS. It-labout as folloAVs.iHesaid that he ot ior me to say. 1 suit greaL 'manj' correspondence letters grand jury and tell just Avhat she ---'t rPjgJSndningd jjhnostda wtt. and .the reputation- of eIth"6r?o the 'prirfation p sKbVS knows as :rrand jur'es re- widBurtofr-lef- t GaintowifaboutJLG j rait that to your judgment and decis r tj t xr 18 miles Avest of Somerset Sun- - he thought the other ball had enter- cipals discussed; nor had lie eyef Sirs". IJ. F. Jones Ave aru glad to ion, i believe m a just and wise and other good news matter has had cently h.iA-- been endeavoring to se to be omitted from th s and recent ed the right hip from behind and beard anything against either of say, is up again from a siege Avith ' cure uthcent evidence ngfnt economy in xmblic us Avell as iu xlay morning, he driving a Avagon ranged up. J. L.' Beazlej', issues. A ne machine lias been or- tie? them. of Stanrheumatism. j at thcp two points upon which business, and cordially agree dered hoAvever. and is expected at iii(l team and Burton on horseback. ford. tcuHf od in tlio eoiv. P,i .JO Wm. Lair, of Hustonville, said Mr. and Mrs. John King entertain-- 1 " """ to base indictment's. n i i.. ..i...i :!.. Walker and the Commonwealth that Hudson had a good reputation ed a select crowd of friends at their f that no one should be intrusted with once and Avhen it is installed the pt- -' Vup ; resjjonsible office avIio is not able! per AA'ill be better prepared than ev o'clock Sunday night, put resfej mj.1 and gaA-- e similar tesstimony regardaft IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. umL rr1, !". "rJU lea m and fed in tht. barn on the farmj of the news from eving Burton; declaring that he had t.ay nignr. uancing Avas liiauigcu in and , willing to perform his ., ..,.,... .. 111 ,. IIIIII - II IIIIVII whole du- - er to print all hopes for the indul- Hudson S Own Statement I.V III" where Hudson and Avife lived and) crywherc. Tt never known him to he ovoinearing niui tiIG llieri.v .rowd had a fine fisk"'; What a Hean of Happiness It Would tn hf cnintniinniil tn ir-i- . I gence of then Avent to the house. The larm; Hudson Avas put on the stand by Avhen under the influence of liquor. . .. .. it. friends until that can .... , time in spite of the cold and snow, t Bring to Staniord Homes. ; belonged to Hudson and Burton in! the defense in his own behalf. He be done. , bhentt .J. b. Weathertord saul that The Rook Club wus entertained paces Le duty and responsibil jiartnership. TIioa knocked on the said that he is 37 years of age Avas ' he saw the wounds on Burton and f:ill)mi flli ,,,, hom,. nf, tion , ls Hard to do housework Avith an IVvr fli it.v of lu'imln of once or twice and it was boni and raised in Pulaski county that it front door MT. ZI0N seemed to him that both bul- - Lancaster street ' a lew evenings aching back. opened by Mr. Hudson, a daughter and had lived iu Lincoln about sev- - li - jimu ..1.1 i V .. J TT l. the gtate onght t(j indn&triolIsly emj -c We arc haA'ing lots Ol. nill.. ail "RI.;,,o' vnn Iinnvi np micun. nfr lnJ leteiiieren xroin in ironi. uu of. Burton. They spoke, and went in en years. His Avife is a daughter of ploy the time the General Assembly (present which is very disagreeable. " ,. said he hadncA'er had much experiLu p he Rook Club met with Mrs. H. lnnv ., : ,,,, :n fl, a front room. There !ire two rooms Burton and the' have three children, ence AA'ith such Avounds. however. Mr. George Smith of Woodstock, Collier last Monday and a good',; ,...0 :i. ,..' i. If women only knew the cause to the house downstairs with the the oldest about 10 years of age. all iiiiiii. iv" : v .. was in this part Saturday night and Mr. Walker, of IIustoiiA'ille. on be" time was had and splendid reiresh- - j iiiiii. fi if n i him iiimt that t(iVQsti3 liall between them. They went in the living at home. II,, oAvned the farm ing recalled said that he judged propeJ. regml f(Jj. Sunday. Baekachu pains often come from lh(j state(j wfll ulL and then room to the rigid. Ard said he had a on which he lives jointly Avith Bnr- - that the wound in the hip had en- mails sened. Mr. George White has gone to weak kidneys, On Tuesday afternoon th0 Rook.. ldjourn dilittenllv avuiding evcl.v lump of coal and Burton a small box ton. Hudson said he occupied the tered from the rear by reason of the Lancaster on business. . 'Twould saA'e much needless avoc. n"se to the lo mid they mad,, a fixe in the grate in place last year aijd about the first fact that the flesh was Avhite, look- (ub was entertained by Mrs. Robt. umC:cssl Rev. John Elder failed to be at ' Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak 1,ulci: a"ul,"I have no doubt that those ho havc , that room, lie Iicard Hudson make of the year he and Burton had had a ing like it had bean cooked. .'""T"";.T cioneu ueiigntiui luncnes Avere ser to do in an official Avay vith the Mt. Ziou church Sunday for the kidneys, no statement or say anything when settlement. H,, said that Burton got Chief of Police B. D. Carter, of first time in many Sundays. Many residents of this vicinity in? money of the community, or charged ihey went in Burton was talking to mad at him because Hudson Avould Stanford, testified that the wounds ved. Mr. Green Adams has been real dorse them. Mr. Henry Brooks and handsome AA'ith .daughter. lie told her he wanted a not lend hm Avhat money he had. looked fo him like the bullets had the administration of public af- poorly as he is very old and it is bride Avere guests of his sister Mrs. 'I suffered intensely from kidney room; that he came to do some work Hudson said he told Burton he entered from the front. fairs, cught to act iu relation to such hard for him to get strong. Imisy Hunt last Sunday. complaint." says Mrs. A. Camden, of according to that high sfaudaid mid settle up some business and that couldn't let him have it as he needed Willis Ronton, and his daughter, Mrs. Catherine Heusley is stayXo preaching at either church last Avhich ihey hail brought their own stuff it to pay his debts Avith. He said that fo whose home Ard Avent after the the most prudent, careful, ing Avith her sisteri Mrs. Mary Har- Preachersville, Ky. "When I stooped- I could hardly straighten. Dark with them Ard said that the first Burton had said nothing to h'm then shooting, testified that he was not Sunday was something unusual for just and intelligenV exercise in the our little town as heretofore ser- - ,rm,1itit r,ik Htotf- - t,i.ir.ttii- lkiiuiii,.c li . ness. spots often floated before my ihing he heard Hudson say was at about the house but that he had drunk Avhen he came to their house. . . M .17 ... vfcJkl. Y, v.... v .. b.av.. v There was a meeting at Mr. Chas. and my head pained me nntil e3es .11 . ice i.uiu ueen ueiu every I Avas clectcd Lieutenant Governor, that Thompson's Sunday that time when he spoke from an- written to Mrs. Hudson about it and Short speeches were mnde by both lx ' and Sunday almost crazA,-- . A neighbor told me other room .siiA'ing standard shall be my guide in the night. she had read the letter to him. He attorneys, after which the case Avas We are having some Kentucky la))or thc, about Doun's Kidney Pills and T got g t( Juu Tho You're entitled to half of the said that they Avere not expecting submitted to the Judge, and he held luft. ls Mrs. Sallie Murrell has been ; tCi aui,A uap ......rtW Wu..j a box. I took them according to di' G house and not a more.'-Burton there that n'ght and he and Hudson OA'er to the grand jury. intellectual, moral and patriotic her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hi- rections and they helped me from most pleasant open Aveatner. Jt is merits of the people of Kentucky He said that he and Bui ton were his wife Avere in bed when ihe' came. snowing hard and everything looks proA'e their right to know and to ram Thompson of Ottawa. the first. I am noAv free from Kidfiitting in front of the fire they had j and had been in bed an hour and a NEWS OP CHURCHES Mr Tom Smith has come home to ney complaint." cold and bleak. So those who are. made. IU- - said that Mrs. Hudson had : half. There was no light there except participate in declaring their part Price 50c- - at all dealers. Don't Rev. W. E. Arnold Avill preach at tortunate enough to be enjoying the policies and the nominees of our spend the rest of the Avinter. asked her father Avhether hc. Avaiitedja fire in the grate. When Burton Mr. Henry Xeal Avent off with simply ask for a kidney remedy warmth of sunny southland had bet- -' our party, the aetve defenders to use the things that were in the! knocked Hudson sa;d his Avife got the Methodist church next Sunday his tobacco. Price yet unknown. get Doan's Kidney Pills the same be room and he had told her that he ' up and Avent to the door and opened ."t 10:45 a. m. and 7.00 p. m. Thc ter remain there a Avhile. should of faith our The little son of Mr. Henry MurMr. Armp Iliatt, who was shot in Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. that Mrs. Camden had. Foster-Mil-budid not as thev bad brouirht their it for him and that he asked her men whose fidelity to principle and the foot some time since seems 1o d .t.y justly claims the confidence rell has been real sick. Co., Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. own things. He said that Avhen Hud- where his part of tie house was. She :n.. the quarterly Conference at 3.00 Mrs Bessie Rogers is improving son had said this to Burton- - the lat- told him to come in and asked her p. m. and the EpAvorth League at be getting along veiy well for one of of the best of the heart and mind of nicely noAV. Young Wife Dies of Typhoid ter curbed him and they began curs- father to let her fix supper for him. (i'lii p. m.. Communion service at his advanced years. the voter. Mr and Mrs. A. A. Wren visited There has been a general slaughing each other then calling each but ho refused and she then said the morning hour the promulgation by you George Irvin I favor Mrs. Dora Mason, wife of Jessa night. ter of dogs, going on in our town. in adA'ance oi the next August pri- B- -'s. other He said that she avou1,i f"x a bed for him and Ada Laml was the guest of her Mason, a Avell known young fanner About a score haA'e died iu the- last mary the declaration of our partj' that Hudson was in thc other room i he again refused saying he had his on the A. C. Hill farm- - near May-woo- d, mother. Mrs. Murrell Sunday. Rev. C. H. Greer will preach at few flivys and no one seems to know principles to the at the time; Burton in front of the oAvn bed or something to that effect end that the peodied of typhoid fever early Mr. Bon Lamb's father is Aisiting fire. A lantern was in the. room, in Hudson said that Burton then de- Logan's Creek on Sunday afternoon th,.- cause. Several valuable ones ple of the State may thus be Tuesday morning". The blow is a parhim now. front of Burton, he picked it up, Ard clared that he (Hudson) would luiA'e January 31, instead of next Sunday. have died. as to the principles for Th,, Saints will have a meetin at ticularly heavy one to the young MivJvon Fish, avIio has charge of which our party stands, and at said said, and turned around and stooped to rent his pnrt of th,. house for $75 our depot, has decided to take a primary those be nominated who aviII, Mr. W. M. Thompson's next Sun- husband- - as they had been married t". set it down, and as he did so a or rent him his, and Hudson testified. Services at the Baptist church on short day at 10 o'clock A. M. Everybodv only nine months. The deceased was rest to improve his health. fihot fired. Burton "kinder went iu your deliberate judgment- - dili"I Ihen told him he'd have to show Sunday at the regular hours. . The a daughter of John Wesley Gooch is Avelcome. over toward the door" Ard said, me. T was in bed at the time and he subject for the morning service is .Messrs. ITarve Foley- - James Jones gently and in active good faith laand for years had been a devoted Peyton King and other tobacco "and .vnothcr shot Avas fired. An! then called me a G b '. T The Duty of the Church to the World bor after their election to promote The Golden Anniversary Edition of Christian and wa Beloved by all raisers have been haulmg their to- the policies and principles thus pre- -' said he took hold of Burton and ealle,T him another. 1 Avas still in John 17-1evening cnbioot: Eterbacco to DanA'ille and disposed of it viously announced. In submitting my the Farmers' Home Journal is a who knew her Funeral services Avere eaed him down as he fell, then bed. Ont word brought another, ne nal Life. at very fair prices. Xone bringing candidacy, I invite the scrutiny of creditable effort. There are 24 pages conducted Wednesday afternoon. laid him doAvn and went in the other started in there cursing me. I could full o good reading matter, useful under ten cents,.we are told. room Avhere Hudson and his wife hear him walking toward the door thc people of Kentucky as to my fit- information and avcII set advertise- It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism Re Walter E. Frazee will wore and told them to come in there and curs'ng. I got my gun from th(, ness for the preferment thus sought. ment and illustrations galore. It is 'Card of Thanks Everybody who is afflicted with :,id "You've killed the machine draAver, and srav him reach- -' repreentatives from churches with me, and '"Very respectfully. a most interesting publication to the Rheumatism in any form should by best friend you've got." Hudson ing after his gun. He was standing in Lncoln county in the lecture JAMES D. BLACK. - general reader and a veritable founWaynesburg. Ky,. Jan. 18, 1915 all means keep a bottle of Sloan's ''Barbourville, Ky.. Dec, 2S.. 1M4'- tain of delight to you. .111 kill you." by the side of the door, and Avas room of Stanford Christian church Mrs. C. C. Gooch desires to thank said; ''G-- dthe lover of the Liniment on hand. The minute you, Ard said that when Burton got up, still cursing. He was reaching for his Saturday afternoon Jan. 23, at two' her many friends and neighbors' farm and President John feel pain or soreness in a joint or he was bent r picking up the gun Avith his left hand. I knew he o'clock. All of the teachers and of- through the I. J. for their kindness! Colds are Ofen Most Serious M. Vrceland and Editor Ton B. Nail muscle, bathe it with Sloa&i's Linificers of thp Sunday-schoo- ls of the shoAvn her during the illness and, lantern Avhen thc first shot was Stop Possible Complications are to be congratulated on their ment. Do not rub it. Sloan's peneconnty are expected. D. M. WALK-'E- death of her husband,. C. C. Gooch. Demand For The Efficient trates almost immediatey right to The disregard of a Qold has often good work. How to Cure a Layrippe Cough ' Alert, keen, clear headed, healthy ilct "f the seat of pain, relieving the hot, Th; !ffousht .For Men and Women What She Wanted Lagrippe coughs demand instant men and women are in . demand. fcnyhmg, or a L ver tender, sAvollen feeling, and making in;.', I Avill deliver a stereoptic n .lectreatment. They shoAv a serious con- Modern b,isinos- - cannot use in ofBackache? Feel tired? Not r" "I Avant to stop wry baby's cough," the part easy and comfortable. Get Avnrnins: cn-'d- i i, t'ti dition of thp. system and are weak- fice, factory or on the road, persons, ture in Stanford Christian church, spry as you used to be? Gettimr old? attention. Certain-Man- y said a young mother Tuesday, "but a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25e ening. Postmaster Collins, Barnegat, who are dull, lifeless, inert, half Sunday evening at T o'clock. I have persons mistake kidney h- - Lose of Sleep is most serious. It I won't give him any harmful drugs." of any druggist and have it in the N. J., says: I took Foley's Honey and sick or tired. Keep in trim, Be in a 50 splendid pictures, as welt as a hie for advancing age. Kidneys oiit - a warning given by Nature. It is She Tiought Foley's Honey and Tar house against Colds, Sore and Tar Compound for a violent lagrip-- " condition that wards off disease. number of curios. I am nnable to of order make yon feel old before mrn's duty to himself to assist by Compound. Jt loosens the cough, Swollon Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica po cough that completely exhausted Foley Cathartic Tablets clean the state definitely, but am expecting to your time. Foley Kidney Pills tone .Vnnsr his pnt. Dr. King's Xew Dis-u- p quickly, stimulates the mucus mem- and like ailments. Your money back me, and less than half a bottle stop- system, keep the stomach sweet, have Bro. Frazee preach for lis Sun-d- a and invigorate the kidneys, ban- - en very is based on a, scicntifiic an-is- h branes and helps throw off the if not satisfied, but it docs give aly morning at 10:45. D M. backache, rid your blood of acids alysis of Colds. 50c. at your Drug-an- d choking secretion, eases pain and most instant relief. Buy a bottle ped the cough.' Try it. For sale by liver active a)id the bowels regular. For" sale by all druggists. poisons. Sold by all druggists gist. Buy a bottle today. all druggists. , gives the child normal rest. . HUDSON HELD TO GRAND JURY UNDER $2,000 BOND "son f ;i.v ! auv-whe- re Ckri.--canclusi- on ! bt ; , rd uuer i . ... -ki.u -- '' l. o,r .n n,i-iiii- ...w.. -- :- - "" III :7,7 a-- ,. ,: - ...,...i..,. - f Ll.., I J , u 1.4-i-- . I ,, I ! 1 - ! -- i I 1 - ! 1 !- - m 1 I er - ... -. s. 1i!-1M- id. ; ... -- I .- - "" '- e , ! annuuce-'jfioutroIju- :? - a I J J f de-lii- m years-testifie- l- A I J nt -- " see-Huds- on hard-Avorki- ng far-awa- -- Avit-jie- &s tjfcW6r -- ly I I - c d -- - t imhxJ v -- seA-er- al e pri-A'a- le it...-i.,....:- ii jMr. ;' " -- vi.i l1".'"""? - . h ,. ! 1 u,, -- T I . -- I ,:,, , i f j . :. -- ru A'is-iti- ng iiJ rn G-'d- -S-of - - ed ds 8: ad-dres- ss o-e- R. rL "??' -1- hr-ied-Inl- tr--"- - i- 1 9 -- r THE " INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. l FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1915. The Interior Journal t er prices lor the poor children' .Not tnat anyone eer lieard ox. And $1 A YKA.it STttlOTLY IN ADVANCE where was l'eroy liaiy then tne man . he, now bitterly assails' Entered at the postoffice at Stanford liight on' tecond clat$ mail matltr. the job, working against the book. Stanley's Announciment for Gov- -i trust and its nimions and lobbyists; Farm Hands, Teamstrers, Section Men, Carpenters, working for the best interests of tho little children of Kentucky, ernor. Blacksmiths and Painters-y- ou are the men who wear jtworkiug alongside of Beckham and Congressman Augustus Owsleyi Morgan Chinn and ether , progressive ' Stanley, who was the candidate of democrats who wanted to see the the liquor interests for United States clutch of the book trust octopus torn ' Senator and was defeated in tho from the pocketbooks of the poor You want the best ones, you want little ones, long ones, primary last August by Senator- - people of Kentucky.- But where oh, where was Stanley? Echo answers, big ones, and heavy ones, then if you do, come to us elect J. C W. Beckham, on Monday 'Not . there." and the Enrollment Books of our and get the "OBRYAN DUCK-HEAD.- " i announced You want himself as a candidate And one more question? When for governor of Kentucky, lie the liquor interests of Kentucky strikes an attitude before the fooi- - booted and banded together, sought lights in the usual Stanleyesquc to deny the people of this fair comstyle and without regard to fact? monwealth the right to say whether We have them in most anything you waut: 10c and 25c they wanted whisky sold in their or figures as usual issues an ad-- J home communities or not. where, oh canvass; 50c, leather; and our "Tuftnut" gloves are a little dress to the people of Kentucky in where Avas Stanley? Where was lie better than anybody's at $1 a pair in calf and horsehide announcement of his Candidacy. when the fiirht started m Hie legislaand $1.50 in buck skin. Simmered down, his three chiel ture over the original Cammack points are, first, that the State county unit bill? It was almost a now thing and temperance sentiment will close. Hoard of Valuation and Assessment, in Kentucky was not nearly so which fixes the amount of taxes the strong as today. Did this doughty Made full, long and strong, 50c in cotton; $1, $1.50 and This is your last opportunity to become a railroads and other corporations warrior go to Frankfort and lend his $2, in wool. Working men should ccme to us for submust pay on their franchises, must presence, and his influence on the member better join at once. Tell your stantial clothes. be free from control of politicians; side of morality and right? Ho did friends to join before it is too late. not. And never has yet. But Persecond, he declares himself against cy llaly, the man he now villiiies, rotation in office and third he de- lirl. llaly stood shoulder to shoulIt's the EASY and SURE way livers a gratuitous attack on Percy der with Beckham and others in llaly, who was Beckham's cam4 forcing the adoption of the original to have money for Christmas. V L TA l TJ BV B ! ! -- i. tt. X L f J". JL paign manager in the recent sena- county unit bill; he has fought without ceasing through- - each succeedtorial race and is a private citizen. The Interior Journal would ask ing legislature for the extension of its readers to just casually glance this law, and to. him as much as to at the three powerful (?) arguments anyone man in Kentucky, is due the which Stanley advances why he credit for the temperance laws which should he nominated and elected are now upon the statute books of . Kentucky. 3 85 Brown, Clay, acre governor of Kentucky. He fought in the last Democratic Bruce, Will, lot 2 30 I In the first instance, his suggesStanford, Kentucky state convention for the incorpora- Caldwell, Maggie, let 2 30 tions regarding the Stale Board oL' tion of the county unit plank into Carson, W A, acre 1 35 valuation and Assessment, of the democratic platform. Where Corner, Next to Court House Fari-iBen. b1 acre 4 30 which Auditor Henry Bosworth and was Stanley then? Fighting and Graves, John, 30 acres 3 90 Treasurer Tom Rhea are two prin- voting against a county unit plank a line of Flash Lights, 3 90 Harris, Willis, lot cipal members are entirely unjusti in the Democratic platform. Stan- Hayden, Tim. acre 3 90 fied. This board, during the past ley says he is now for the county Hays. Will, lot 4 Ul tour years- especially, has been unit law. When did he Hop? ne 3 90 free from control of any was againsst it in the- democratic. Higgins Geo, 2 acres I Also Electric 2 30 Jackson. J S (nr) lot sort. It has the unusual record of never state convention, lie 2 30 having almost doubled the taxes ujf-o-n turned a little finger to has put it Jeffries, Jane, 3 acres Dry Cell for help 10 55 Jones, Pearl, 3 lots the big railroad companies of on statute books of Kentucky, Locket, Stuiphcr, 27 acres . . 3 55 the tho state, with a view of helping lift n and voted against the 3 S5 Logan, W L' lot (lie tax burden off the real estate bill in comrres. which was designed Logan. Liza, lot 3 05 . . a ... a . owner. And ti0 railroads are fightio ma Ice tho countftfUnit.Jaw. more Logan, Will. Jr 3 S(5 ing Ibis action of the State Board effective in the states, uhffi this Logan, Mary, lot j 2 95 through every court and will even wonderful and sudden change, Mr. ITIMnilTllllfrMTlTrr-WMIiiMi4 50 Lytic Bob, lot tin to the Supreme Court oE the Stanley, and why? Is it because McGoberts, Maud, 3 acres. 4 20 Tnifed States in opposition to its you have decided to become a can- Millei Geo, 2 acre 3 25 God trey, S7 acres. 1G 3J Hart. Jno 50 acres, 1 lot... ..J 05 action. ITow sugIn order to conform to the requirements of gest that would Mr. Stanley could didate for governor of Kentucky, McMullins, W, 5 acres 4 90 Wren, A. A.. G acres 3 OS Uadeu Jno, loo acres i0 1'5 this board's record and have at last learned the senti- Penman, E, acre 4 50 Anderson, J L 25 acres.... 4U 2 93 Hcrtel, Adoiph, 135 acres... be improved upon? ment of the people on this snbiect? Penman Ben, Jr, 2 acres. . the New Banking Law, and recent rulings of 4 90 Bastin, A II (nr) GG acres . 14 71 ' ilollbri.ok, A , 84 acres U la His argument against rotation ia Tell us this Mr. Stanley, and also Penman, Wes (nr) acre . . 2 30 Hines, Geo. (nr) 20 ceres 3 0U 1 75 Iiortjn, Arthur, 3 acres oliice, seems to us to come with par" fell us why you are fr.vinjLo win Perkins, C H, acre 5 10 CRAB ORCHARD COLORED K. E. (bal) 47 1-- 2 acre b 7t llorton, Department, we will not be permitted to ticularly bad grace from such a this nomination upon what yon call .. 5 15 Buchanan, Dilhani acre . B 3 gg j lloup, Mrs. Mary;. (54 acres chronic oliice seeker and holder as tho demerits of others, rather than Sallce, Jessie, lot 4 So Buchanan. Elina, acre . . ... Sims, Thos., 20 acres tlit retiring congressman. 3 SS ' Hutchinson, B D 30 acres... 4 5U ; Stanley your oAvn merits, if you have any pay any overdrafts after February 1, 1915. has been in Congress 3 55 Clark, Jas, 17 acres Smith. Lucy acre . (j 20 Johnson U D, 102 acies 4 46 secfrom the that should entitle you to such an Smith, Bud, acre 3 80 Collins, Jasper acre . ond district for something like six3 05 Kentucky Farmers Tel. Co... 4 20 For this reason checks can not be paid after teen years, we believe it is. Before honor from the people of your Stepp, heirs, 2 acres, D O.) 3 55 4 9., Kisup, Fred, 10 acres Curtis, Andrew. G acres . state. You'll have to show us. Stewart. Ellen. 47 acres. . . . 3 55 Fish, Geo., 8 acres Thos 3 acres 2 30 bis term as congressman expired he 3 G 40 Stewart, Harve, lot b 95 date unless there are sufficient funds to became a candidate for United Guest, Howard, acre 3 no j Long W M, 100 acres America, heirs, Thurmond, 7b' ac. G 83 2 30 .Varies, Mary B (bal) Hansford, Delia lot States Senator and absented himself SHERIFF'S SALE FOR 2 30 Higgins, Bell, lot u J. from his duties at Washington al 2 30 Maynard. Richard, 71 acres 5 95 DELINQUENT TAXES meet them. Thurmond, Dick, 40 acres.. G 20 Mobley, Mary, acre . . (1 2 30, Mavnard W B (bal) 150 ac. O TT most a year in making that race, 50 Ross, John, acre 4 Thurmond, Alex Sr., acre. 3 )o McMullins. G. C. 53 acres . . . S 95 meanwhile continuing to draw bis Sheriff of 1, J. G. Weatherford, .salary from the people for which Lincoln county, will on Monday Walker, heirs, by Liza Simp3 00 McMullins, Mrs. S M, 15G ac 7 00 Schooler, Noah, 8 acres. 2 30 Welsh. Sam. lot C 40 son, 5 acres lie was rendering very little service. 4 20 Melton Rube, 16 acres February 8th, 1915, same being Warren, Everhart, acre .... 3 90 Anderson, J E, acre Merrett, O F, 350 aeres 35 50 5 12 Defeated for senator, and while yet County Court day, offer for sale at 5 GO a congressman, he is now a candi- the Court House door at Stanford Whitley, Ellen, 20 acres ... 4 GO Anderson, C A, 137 acres... 12 77 Mills, Rev. H R 57 acres Whitley. Lily (bal) 30 acres ..3 25 12 8 'Miracle. Lihu, 120 acres date for another office. "Potation Ky., the following real property reWAYNESBURG WHITE . 3 S5 t w .,.. ' io UUlS 3 G5 Whitley. Willis, acre in office"-- Rats! He's the worst of V it turned delinquent, .same being the Whithers, Pattie, G acres L 77 G 10 Moore. B II, 33 Acton, J W, 74 acres. 5 2U acres. them all. amount due for state, county and Whithers, Geo. W, acre 7 05 Acton, Jno. 74 acres . 8 G5 Mullins, Surah, 3 acres 2 30 Xow in regard to Percy llaly school taxes, for the year 1914. Said l 3 25 i Adams, Ed, 42 acres Woods, Detroit, acre 3 55 Murphy, Cicero, 19 acres 10 35 who is not a candidate for anything sale to begin at 1:00 o'clock stan4 901 Adams, D G, 10 acres 5 bo Murphy, W M 100 acres.. IB 54 though many of his friends want, dard time. The names of those pay Wolford. Geo. lot 2 30 Allan, Alice, 175 acres G 10 23 15 Morgan, Lewis, 12S acres. lot him to be and has never aked any ing before that date will be stricken Baker, Susan, August, Albert G, 102 acres.. 8 95 Padgett, II II, .34 81 CRAB ORCHARD WHITE acrs office of the people of Kentucky. from the list. 4 50 37 41 Austin, Sarah (bal) 120 acres G S5 Padgett, Louie, 30 acres.. Stanley's still rankling over the Jan. 13th, 1915. Abraham, Mrs. (bal) 175 acr. 5 55 Phillips W A. 119 acres... 5 flu 0G Bastin, J C, 15 acres 2 trimming that TTaly helped to give Adams J M 75 acres J. G. WEATHERFORD Baugh, S II, 100 acres 10 20 Peugleton A C 30 acres 5 ly him in the primary. Let Sheriff Lincoln County. Adams, Reuben 3G acres... 4 41 What I want to say is this: I want you to begin him show;, ifsenatorial and he cannot 4 90 Pittman Sam. 5S acres 4 ItS he can Adams J M (nr) 75 acres... 2 10 Baugh. J G, 30 acres STANFORD WHITE. 5 15 Poggenbeiry. Sophia, 125 ae. Benson, J L, 10 acres G 10 in what way TTnly has ever stood the new year right by doing a portion of your tradAm't. Atleff, Elmer, (nr) 150 acres Name Propei ty 4 IS Bruner, U G, 559 acres...... 31 0G Poppenhoyen, Sophia, 100 ae. 7 W against the AvelfarP of the people, Albright, K L. agt, 200 acres 7 45 Barker, Mrs. E P. lot ing with me. My stock is fresh and good and my an, .0" the side of the interests. 3 1)4 5 25 Reynolds, Will, acre 9 48 Bunch, Jas R (bal) 128 acres 7 70 Bell. W L. lot . Brown, Will, 30 acres 4 SO Rice, Will, 130 acres 11 Si Let Stanley tell where he himself Burke Mrs. J M. 18 acres... 5 65 Blankenship, F F 21 acres.. 4 4G Burchett, K S, G9 acres prices are right. ."i GO 7 40 Rigney, Alice, hit Burton. Garley, 27 acres. 2 70 was in the memorable light to place Calmes, Mrs. Emma, lot '. 12 70 Brown, W W, 7 acres (T 20 Caldwell, C G heirs, 125 acres 1G 90 Rogers F A, 15 acres 7 11 ihc McChord railroad law on the Carpenter, Mrs. G A, 29 acres" 4 82 Br3'ant, J B. 83 aeres G 40 Scarbough, Jno. 20 acres... 3M Brummett. Sherman. 100 acr 7 OS Caldwell, Wick, 15 acres statute books of Kentucky which Coolev. Ben. 7 acres 3. 4 20 :i .'0 Simms, Mrs 31 E, SO acr?. . .1 i 7 IS j Carpenter, W B, 53 acres.. .. iiirJii began with the martyred Goc- -' GG 50 Buchanan, Mrs W K, lot. . Craig, W N 3 lots Simms J W. 37 acres .! 35 g7 j Carrolton, Jno. 20G acres 15 45 i. and ended when Beckham sign20 10 Cash, Mrs. Jno, 40 acres . . . 3 Cummins, F F 30 acres . . . :i ST. 5 90 Simms, G II. 12 acr- M E & S J 90 acres 4 so Clifton. C, 48 acres ed Hi(! law. Where was the vaunted Dauso, Charlie 25 acres.. 2 95 Cliborn, 2 80 Singleton Elizabeth. G5 acres 4 2i 3 55 Coltman, W R, 4 acres Stanley during that fight against Dewerv. 0 M 30 acres G 75 Collins, J C, lot Coffman, W B, 180 acres... 1(5 50 Singleton G A. G acres u 3 87 . corporate aggression? He was in Ends. Thus. 30 acres J F. 20 acres G 40 Dennev. Coker, A G. 50 acres 11.55 Sutton. ReHome. 25 acres. . . 5 15 3 90 public life at the time, running for 12 15 Dishon, R L, 4 acres Faugher, Jacob 130 acres. 13 35 some office or another. Did he ever Elder, Richard, 20 acres . 4 50 Coleman G W. 5" acres... 10.11 Skelton C W. 93 acres 8 95 Greer Jas. lot SO Skid'more, W T IS acres 3 SO Coo'c, .' W, 3 acre 4 15 acres . 4 50 jro to Frankfort, and assist in the H 2 90 Frazier, Robt. alley W R, lot a 1? Skidmore. W D 3S acre 2 90 3 G5 Cook. Mrs. J M, 4 acr." fisrht against the tremendous rail12 45 German Club House Hubble Tel. Co 11 20 S5 , Smnllwood, Garfield 40 acres 12 7G CuirmM!. F V, 25 acres road lobby that sought to defeat Huffman, D V 7 15 25 Graut, David, 240 acres. acres B 10 5 80 "Smith, Eva 1G4 acres G9 Datson, M L, GO acres 2 V, acre this bill? Did he ever use his inlluJ Hutchinson, J W (nr) 2G acr 7 GO Griffin, J .1 00 Garfield (nr) 35 acr 1 43 JJecker. .Mrs. John, bo acres 7 4 Spiegle. Heirs 75 acres.... once in any way to put it on the Johnson, J L (nr) 200 acres 12 45 Griffin, 4 50 7 00 Stevens. X P 50 acres.. Belaney, Phil, acre SO 5 G7 statute books? Not that anybody Kincaid, W P lot :! . 27 01 Harris, J. II., 30 acres' .... 3 55 (continued on last page) 3 '00 Dishon, C, 17 acres. acres c.er beard of. And. on the other Lair, J M, 73 acres Harris. J S, S . 43 58 7 70 M. 45 aeres hand, where was Percy ITnly? Right 3 SI Dixon, C 12 76 Hastv. A J, 39 acres Lancaster Tel. Co., n i; IT'S GBEAT FOR BAJLKY 4 1G uousrias, Marion, 4: acres there beside "William Gpebel, and his Martin, Tibatha, 15 Ileusley, Geo. 4 acres- . BOWELS AIS'D STOIWACHS acres. . 2 55 14 90 17 70 Elliott. W T, 90 acres 224 acres. trusted lieutenant, when he began Messer, 3 So Holdman, W T, Mrs Sien 4 acres We want all people who have chronic 12 4o 33 4:"i Esbrath. E M.- 100 acres this fisrht. and right on the battleHolmes. D V. 125 acres K r- - stomach trouble or constipation, no mat- Moore, J W (nr) 11C acres. . 3 20 Estes, G W. 16 acres 249 83 TTohne. Jno. 78G acres ground on the side of the people, oiaiiuiiij;. iu nj uiic ici ui uut 4 05 Newcomb, Sallie, lot IToskin, Lizzie, 35 aeres ... 1 97 Florence, JM", heirs 134 acres 13.50; dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy an,i furaint the railroads and corM S 90 acres ?31 20 3 95 one dose will convince you. This is the acre 2 GO Floyd, Jas. porations, until the fight had been Peyton. W R, lot-- ' many of our acres: 19 15 Isaacs. Potts, W C, 17 Joana, 142 acres 11 20, medicine so taking with local, peopleTviiM Charlie "0 acres - 98 Flovd Mrs. won ahcl the bill which gave the have been surprising re2 95 Price J V, lot 3 00 Francis, heirs 204 acres .... 16 30 suhs ,. . . . The most tnorough systenl Railroad Commission power to conKidwell. H, lot, 2 30 Rambo, D B acre No tribute is so appropriate trol the rates of the railroads, had Fred G4 acres ... 4 86 uauoerry. ioe, .10 acres.... .1 00 , cleanser ever sold. .Mayrs wonuertul Richardson, J B 19 acres ... 586 Kreier ' 13 9 04 Gastineau. JH (bal) 75 acres 2 40' Remedy js sold by leading druggists c s a monument, cut from enbecome a law. everywhere with the positive underRoberts, Mrs. S T 60 acres 6 35 t .. w p in .,..,... 12 10 standing An 00 Gibhson. W D. 50 acres suring granite. It stands unLook, at another big fight for the that your money will be re Mrs. Barbara, acre 6 10 mran.K.r'v Tt nfi npfp Roberts, 3 00 funded without question or quibble 5 44 Gibson, Isaac acre altered, unchanged, preserving it people and their interests, and let's 22 70 ONE bottle fails to give you absolute a memory through the long see where this Stanley, the self-styl- Schea, Henry (nr) 50 acres 1 9G McWhorter. j' C lot 14 78 Oooslin, Mout. 40 acres 8 00 Sharp Jno. 55 acres 3 40 sansiacnon. years. champion of the people's Middleton, Catherine, lot . . . 7 S9 Harris, W P. 60 acres Simones, Chas. 100 acres... 26 45 "NTnakea. I invite you to see my work rights, was at the time? A bill was Aaron 16 4 acres 4 0O1 G 20 and designs before you buy a introduced, the Chinn bill, we be- Simms, Jas. 30 acres 11 60 Payne, Martha, lot C. M'Clary L. Bcazley & Co., Spoonamore, J II & A L 72 OCULIST monument. 3 S5 lieve it was,, to.give the children of Payne, II S, 3 acres 2 30 acres 4 50 the state cheaper school books. Payne. W M. 2 .acres OPTICIAN HARRY JACOBS, Stewart. Malinda, 25 acres . . 2 90 33 72 That great trust, The American Payne, D.C. lot EE I C C S3, acres 2 30 Stanford. Ky. 3 90 Book Company, which had control! Williams. Payne, J C. 15 acres SO acres 7 2 30 ed the school book contracts in Ken Yates, Billie, heirs, 8 00 Paynter, Eva, 100 acres Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted STANFORD COLORED J 7 78 tucky for years brought all of its Reynolds. J M SO aeres and Satisfaction Guaranteed 4 50 Rogers,, Jno., 7 acres 3 5G tremendous forces to bear upon the Abb, Joe, 2 acres Masons' Meetlnc 2 30 Sadloosky, John, 70 acres . . 3 67 UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER legislature to defeat this bill. Was Bailey. Rose, lot Office Over H. J. McRoberls Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMBALME3 Matting. Lincoln Lodge No. 60 F. 3 45 Severance H, acre A. M., meeta 1b I thft redoubtable Stanley on the firing Bright, Bcttio. lot 3 22 Furniture Store itu buuiiuutiiuauuii on eacu urst ana tuira line, working ture Exchanged for all Kinds 2 30 Siler. Ledford, 35 acres ... in the interest of the Bright, Maggie, acre Monday nights of each month at 7 o'clock ia 5 14 Office Phone 167. Hwne Phone 35. hall on Mea. Of Stock. . . 14 05 Singleton. 35. 77J C H, 61- - acres Kentucky their of sister Main stieet, Stanforl, Ky. to be poor children of Kentucky, who Brondus. Millard, lot Stanford, lodges iratcrnally invited txrs STANFORD, KENTUCKY. STANFORD. KY pre tent. have to have these school books? Brown, Mariah, 30 acres,.. 3 55 Smith, Mrs. A., 100 acres ... 4 90 PHONE 42 ! J . ! Only A Few More Days Landis Christmas WALTON & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. He was m active political life at tliat time. JJiu he go to tiie trout m support ol this measure ana neip Ueleut, ilie booK. trust, ana uruig low- - ! I j WORKING MEN OVERALLS - WORK GLOVES WORK SHIRTS ! Savings Club H MrPORPRTQ r-- 13 MM -- EL-H. A J" SAVINGS DEPARTMENT STANFORD, KENTUCKY Th Lincoln County National Bank Flash Lights and Electric Lanterns We carry s - ab-olute- ly OF IMPORTANCE TO YOU. - Wcbb-Kenyo- complete Batteries and Globes the new Lantern that uses the common Battery the farmer. Price $i,)0 . Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. M ! mm 1-- nz. li that . 50' J I that SS.-l-wh- j 1 LI Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, Ky. -- -- . Your Ear If You Please. 3 -- Geo. R Farris Ekfulll Saving ! Everyone Join the 1915 J Club by Trading With L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky. - - J ! " MEMORIALS. ; ti t Dr. W. N. CRAIG 1 ed 3-- J. J. IIHH J . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, r-k- c KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1915. morrow, and together we'll examine the seals." "But what do you think?" "About what?" "The stones'." "Oh, I am quite certain that in the event of your being able to make the stones in carat sizes you will uot only be famous, but rich, btill. you know what a sensitive thing a diamond Is It would be wise to keep your secret until you have made your fortune." "I'm no fool. If it got about that 1 made diamonds at a profit, however Bgely. Then he picked it up and broke It. It was a good cheese, and it would be shameful to waste It "Look!" he cried suddenly. From the cheese he plucked a small diamond. "1 knew it!" exclaimed the unhappy diamond cutter. "It's Altmann. after rtK- - A Great Mystic Story by Harold McGrath Copyright 1914, by Harold McGrath SYNOPSIS. Zudora Is left an orphan at an early age. Her father is killed In a gold mine. Zudora and the fortune from the mine, which grows to be worth 520.000.000. are left In the guardianship of Frank Keene, Zudora's mother's brother. Zudora, giving promise of great beauty, reaches the age of eighteen. The uncle, who has set himself up as a Hindu mystic and is known as Hassam AH. decides that Zudora must die before she can have a chance to come into possession of her money, so that it may be left to him, the next of kin. Hassam All sees an obstacle to his scheme in the person of John Storm, a young lawer. for whom Zudora has taken a fancy, and he commands the girl to put the man out of her mind. Zudora Insists that if she cannot marry Storm she will marry no one. "Well, well," 6ays Hassam Ali, "if you take such a stand I'll compromise. Solve my next twenty cases and you can marry him; fail in a single case and you must renounce him." Zudora, using the knowledge gained from years of association with her uncle, unravels a baffling mystery and wins her first case $ case in which John Storm is saved from being convicted of a murder instigated bj Hassam Ali himself. Zudora and Hassam Ali visit NaboU y Shan's house, where sleep overcomes one whenever Nabok attempts to marry a princess. Storm, seeking Zudora. i made a prisoner. Zudora foils N'abo Shan, restores the princess to her origma. lover and saves Storm from death.' ov-r- keep forming in the heart of the tal. He was intensely superstitious without realizing the fact Yet again he saw the face, the same appeal in It His hear swelled with fury and hate. He was beginning to hate his niece, for we invariably hate those we have wronged or intend to wrong. Whenever he saw her slender white throat a horrible, almost irresistible, desire laid hold of him to take that white throat within his fingers and crush the life out of it At the same time he became vaguely alarmed lest at some time or other he should surrender to this mad desire. No, no! crys- CHAPTER III. The Mystery of the Cheesemaker. a kind of cellar, under a window, a man sat bent over a peculiarly constructed machine of small wheels that spun with lightning rapidity. Every now and then he paused and scrutinized the minute object he held in his fingers. At length he seemed, satisfied, rose, stopped the machine and shuffled over to a cupboard. Then he sat down on a cot and began to figure in a small notebook. The result of his mathematics evidently pleased him. In a corner behind curtains stood n furnace, a crucible, with powerful bellows and chimney. It looked adaptable to tremendous beat pressure. The machine previously referred to was an unfamiliar one to any but the eyes of those who have watched similar machines in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. 4n Holland. It was a diamond cutting and polishing machine. What the unusual crucible brought forth remained to be seen. The diamond cutter rose again and once more approached the cupboard IN az. Kfv' ai "XLr ::. iA.i Hassam Ali Was an Adept at Disguising Himself. A thousand times no! low without deviation He must fol- The Diamond Cutter and gloated over his treasure, which consisted of half a dozen perfect gems perfectly cut and polished, but small. "I shall be rich some day." Then came sudden transition from Joy to gloom. He dared not go forth openly to sell these gems, for he feared that he would be looked upon as a thief. The fact that these diamonds were not registered would act against him. The least they would do would be to hale him before the customs as a smuggler. And if he told the truth his wonderful discovery would become public property, and he would be ruined. "I am unlucky." he groaned. "1 see how it is. 1 must divide with some one in order to get anything, i will sound Hassam All." He had disposed of several gems among pawnbrokers who were known not to ask questions, but In these transactions he had received but a fourth of what the gems were worth. These things contributed to his sudden rise and fall of spirits. He was also someoLQ-cials had mapped out. would gain his ends without incriminating himself. She suspected nothing. One side of her was all keenness and insight but the other side of her was as guileless as a child, and to this side lie always played. He must wait, tedious as waiting might be. Gold, gold, yellow gold, the most beautiful thing4n the world; millions of shining disks, all his. He suddenly shook himself. He must smother these thoughts, this rampant desire, or be might overstep. Misers are full of strange cunning. Zudora had given her word to say nothing about her great inheritance, and her loyalty to her word was as strong as hoops of steel. Hassam Ali was an adept at disguising himself, making himself unrecognizable. A half dozen touches of the brush, a muffler about his chlu. and even Zudora would fail to recognize him at first glance. He sallied He was eager to learn what forth Storm was doing. For the present Storm was the mam obstacle In his way. If he became Zudora's husband, goodby to the Trainor millions, whether Zudora lived or not. If Zudora married Storm clandestinely he was determinod upon that knowledge to kill them both. Once a week he made Inquiries at the bureau of licenses. Zudora met Storm in the park, and they Idled away an hour or two build ing castles in Spain. The will of Olds having been probated. Storm was the recipient of a hundred thou sand, which he immediately divided between several hospitals. He wanted It known that, aside from his business relations, he wanted nothing of Olds, living or dead. His gift reacted favorably. Storm became suddenly serious. "My dear." lie said. "I want to ask you some reajly vital questions." "Go ahead." "Do you love your uncle?" She did not answer at once because the question was totally unexpected She began to think. "Why, John, that's an odd question." "I know It. but I Just simply had to ask it." "I respect him." she 6aid. "for he is a man of extraordinary attainments. .la-son the plans he Sooner or later he "Well, no; I can't say honestly that J love him." frowning. "Nor can you say honestly that he jves you. My dear girl. I might as well admit to you that some one is jp- terested In putting me out of the way. I've been shot at lu the dark on thre different occasions. I have received anonymous letters purporting to come from some disgruntled politician. 1 think the best thing you can do is to marry me." "Not until every letter of my agreement Is complete." "I suppose you've made up your mind?" "Yes. Just as firmly as I have made up my mind that you're my man and that I wouldn't exchange you for the greatest kingdom on earth." He laughed and pressed her hand. He had been on the point of telling her his innermost suspicions. He saw now that she was going to have trouble enougli without his adding to It Brave little girl! Because she loved him she had assumed almost three times the tasks of Hercules. He became more and more determined to follow her and stand guard over her In every case she had that Is, If they left him alone. From the bottom of his soul he dis trusted Keene, Hassam Ali. so called. It did not require an unusually sharp intuition to feel the sense of hatred directed against him whenever he came Into the presence of the mystic. But he possessed no defined theory as to what had caused this activity of passion. It was born of no tender sentiment for the niece. Nor could it be due to the fact that he, Storm, looked with contempt upon Keene's work. He knew Keene to be absolutely indifferent to what the public thought of his affairs, in this Storm was compelled to admit of a secret admiration for the man. Think deeply and constantly as he might, however, he could not bring to the surface any legitimate cause for Keene's bitter antagonism. Storm's mistake was that he did not reveal to Zudora what his real suspicions were that It was Hassam Ali who wanted him out of the way. They both In that event would have escaped a good deal of trouble, being mutually prepared for it When they at last separated Storm went downtown, quite aware of the fact that he was being shadowed. But he did not recognize his shadower. Storm usually worked late at night In his study, and be generally felt the need of a bite before turning in. This midnight lunch consisted of cheese and crackers and a pint of ale. He was seldom troubled with insomnia. Every other day he would drop Into cheese shop, chat awhile with the cheesemaker, his wife and daugh Alt-mann- 's and the heat of It drove Hassam All backward toward the wall. "We mast wait a few moraentB. s Sometimes the heat Sa too small, too hot. The Secret is the medium heat." The speaker threw off the power, stood immovable for the space of four minutes, then delicately picked out a black lump. This lie skillfully broke with a. small hammer. 1'iv.seutly he held out his palm A crystal a little larger than a pinhead lay upon It "What is It?" asked nnssani All. "A diamond of the purest water." was the exultant answer. "The muin "obstacle in producing diamonds arti ficially has been the gieat expense foi each experiment. It was not practi cal diamond making There was no compensation in the result It sum med up. just a man of science striving to wrest from nature one of her great est secrets. It costs me about one fourth of what each diamond is worth But I must have a bigger furnace more power. I have figured out the relative degrees of heat." "Will you let me take this crystal to a jeweler?" asked Hassam Ali. tre mendously Interested. 1 "Certainly. have sold many to pawnbrokers, but I have been afraid to come out Into the open." "Trust me," said nassam AIL So he took the diamond away. He was still a bit skeptical. It might be that this diamond cutter was not such a fool as he looked. In some scientific-manne- r the crystal might have been previously confined in the carbon. If the man offered to sell his Invention Hassam Ali would feel assured that there, was bamboozlement somewhere borne--time- INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents alU" " -- S ' .& ... ; .JVV v'.'.W. AwuvXV&JlfV 5 Meantime Storm, having lost his cheese in the small riot and learning that the cry bad been a practical joke or the clever scheme of a petty thief, retumed to the shop, somewhat rutlled in spirit, to purchase another cheese He had scarcely taken it Into his hand when the diamond cutter, followed by two policemen, came rushing In and demanded the arrest of every one in the shop that Is to say. Storm, the cheesemaker and his wife They did not take his daughter, who remained behind weeping Storm was permitted to telephone Zudora. "What is the matter?" she demanded. "It .seems that I've been arrested as an accomplice of Altmann. the cheesemaker, on the charge of stealing diamonds from a diamond cutter living next door. The diamonds were found bought. As a matter of in a cheese think it's a practical joke of fact. some sort. You know where Altmaun's is Nothing serious can possibly come of It. but 111 . have to do a lot of buy- , , , . ..u. o...n .. Th laugh is on me somewhere." "I'll have you out before midnight." she declared. But she nearly lost her life in the furnace room. The diamond cutter ran amuck when he saw her enter his chamber or secrets, aud he new at her like an enraged tiger She eluded him and picked up a hammer, with which to defend herself. The hammer was nothing to the madman. He reached out to clutch her when he gave a weird cry, stumbled and fell headlong 1 1 -- Stanford, Kentucky Administrator's Notice ! All pei-Mi- i late to present claims properly proven by law to the undersigned administrator. Those owing the are re quested to call and settle promptly. e.-t:-.te Mr.-.- . owed hy of the G. C. (Jiveiis are requested c-,u- te P.. (HVENS, Admr. 2-t- fl Administrator's Notice All t , , peis.-oiis- late S. im.-e- iit owed by estate of tho Ownlev are requested to claims properly pro en to the 5 K underigned owj. administrator. h Those requested t law to th undersigned administrator Tho"e mvin- - tht' est:,t(J are requested to settle promptly. B. W. GIVENS, tf Admr. 2-- j STOP BUYING EXPENSIVE COUGH REMEDIES Make the Best at Home bpcait for the old &tyl, cough syrups in buttles. lu.Klmg only 2 to 2 2 ounces N Aery largely wasted, boeaiisB mos-- t oL them are composed principally ofl sugat and water. Yet you have to pay tlie same price as if it wju? alt iiicdK'ine. Stop wastiutj this money. You can make a better cough medi- h tho cu-- t. j cine at home at to the Svw Stanford .Merely g h'riii: Co., and k for 2 ouiicup Moaey re.idy-'nad- Cj 1-- The Trap Was Neatly Arranged and Laid. small, the diamond market would go to smash." Seals were applied to the cupboard, and Hassam Ali went away. The moment he was gone the diamond cutter berated himself furiously What had possessed him to take Hassam Ali so utterly into his confidence? And there was a thief about! How could any one have known that he had diamonds? And more puzzling than all else, why hadn't the thief taken them all? He did not sleep well that night. When he and Hassam All broke the seals in the morning there were but six stones left. "Altmann!" cried the diamond cut "A diamond of the purest water." ter. "He has some hole in the wail In the background. He was himself I'll kill him!" too old a bird to be caught at such a "Be still I" said nassam AH sternly, game. But if this was honestly done! seizing the man and shaking him vio He was informed at the jeweler's lently. "If he Is guilty and hears you that the crystal was an uncut diamond, goodby to your gems. We'll put a die perfectly white, and worth about $40 tograph in and find out. wlyit the So far so good. Hassam Ali returned cheesemaker and his family talk about to the inventor. You needn't worry about the expense "It's a white diamond, worth about I'll see to that. And we'll gy to work ?40. Now, 'before we go any further, at once A dictograph down the wall let me see a piece of carbon." The inventor exhibited his stock and invited Hassam Ali to make bLs selec tion To Hassam'.s jplnd. had each piece contained a diamond the inven tor already possessed a small fortune lie was beginning to feel reassured. Soon another diaihond came to life as It were. Hassam AH was convinced There was no charlatanism in him. The man had discovered one of the greatest secrets in the world. "Oh. I have failures. Sometimes the carbon is not right Again, the powei is not strong enough. But 1 will show you some of the gems I have already made." He went to the cupboard and pro duced ids little hoard. He poured i hem Into nassam All's hands The gems were all exquisitely cut and pol ished. The largest was about the size of an ordinary parlor match head "How many here?" inquired the vis tor, now genuinely astouished. "Ten." Hassam AH counted them. He .hook his bead. "Only eight." "Impossible!" 'Count them yourself." Qe ran to the The inventor did m upboard and searched every nook. "I have been robbed!" The Cry Had Been a Practical Joke. "Sh; not so loud!" warned Hassam Ali "You say you nut feu stones in and a bear trap in front of the cupboard, and we'll soon know who the culprit is.' The dictograph was promptly Installed, aud the trap was neatly arranged and laid. But the conversation recorded was useless, and nobody stepped Into the bear trap. Two more dia tnouds were gone! "Listen," said Hassam All "I'll rush out yelling 'Fire! Fire:' That will sEmmmWSi ilear the cheese shop and give me a hance to make an investigation " "1 leave everything to you." said the half demented inventor He was pant-lu- g and holding hN hand over his heart- - "It Is making me III My bean Ss bad." Things tell out as Hassam All pre Jicted Only he had not expected John Storm in the cheese shop At the cry of tire Storm ran out with the others jnd accidentally dropped his purchase. Hassam Ali saw the package fall, and instead of entering the shop, he ran to the package and picked it up. on the The Crystal Was an Uncut Diamond principle ihat anything belonging to i here. Here are nut eight. In. othei John Storm might eenttially prove words, some one has been rilling the useful He tii'-i- i it into his pocket upboard. My advice Is to eatHi the uid -- mrteil hack to make his tnvestl hief without drawing the police m cations out it was now too late. The I'm seals on the door and the lock i pheesfinaker. seeing no signs or fire notice thnt the wall is very thin " anywhere, nad returned to bis a hop. "Bah! Altmann N an old fool He Hassam AH made his way back to ihlnks I am a locksmith." contemptn the diamond cutter's When he open iU8ly. 3d the package and found some cheese I "will come to- "You nisver can tell je swore an? flung It from him sav- - one-fift- u-- I worth) ot Schiff ma nil's C'on- i eutratcd E.pcctor.;nt. ilix thi- - wit Pv one pint of granulated sugar and erne half pint of boiling water, which ouncei-- t ii;'.- - a full din! o( remedy ." plea-.u- u . MinpL. lis ijuuiniicoed to relieve the worst: cough or cold. Also excellent P.ruuchitLs Asthma, P.rouehinl croup, hoarseness and whoopiiu; cough. One bottle will make enough (oOc .- rr home-mad- He Reached Out to Clutch Her. into the furnace mouth. His heart had given out- And so llassum All would never be able to add diamonds to his pyramid of shining gold. But the death or the diamond cutter complicated matters, and, despite the protestations of innocence on the part of the victims, they were held. When the truth did come out finally the whole city laughed quietly. Zudora discovered the thieves a pair of bright eyedfmice who had decided to tee. go bouse building with diamonds as a cornerstone! TO BE CO.VT1NCED.J plea-a- nt to take and it positively contains no chloroform, opium, morphine or other narcotics as do "t5 couth mixtures. Keep it on ham? case oC enicigewy and stou mxth cough before it et a firm ludil. has been aur The above drmrgi- -t Ihorizcd to return the money in eery single ease where it does not gws perfect satisfaction or is not fniuvl Abae-Inte- ly the best remedy eer d. no risk i run in buying this remedy under this positive guaran- cough medicine to probably last the whole family the entire winter. Children like it, it is e i u-e- 95-- S In the Presence of Death. Some years ago a Swansea vessel was caught in a terrible gale. The captaiu had his wife on board, and when the wind was still rising ho told her to go down below and sleep, for all was well. He remained ont the boidge till the mate came up and said: "We've done all we can. Hadn't you Webster's EW 1 h g g -- c INIEfttMnOKn. 'i bo - i i H ; l 5 The KspFjra rsESTa g Every day in i our uili and readies:, at 3 homo, on tJie street c.r, the office, bfcoo 4 ami school you likely question the near.- - g ins of snrae vcrri. A friend asks: 1 '"'.W.at icake3 EcrUr erf" Yoa esck m thelocationofZ-ce.'iA'-'-rKccrtiierrcnaa- !i cut-o- j He Would Drop Into Altmann's Cheese Shop. Jaj&SjSJ, ?llllSr covered that he was hungry. So be left his den. bought some cheese and rye bread and returned, soon to beglu bis labors again. During certain Intervals of silence he heard without apparent notice slight scratching sounds. The furnace began to glow, throwing weird lights upon bis lined and ecstatic rmmtemince When night rarno hp went ngnin to his rrcuxurtt and gave a cry of anguish. A gem war gone! He searched thor-- oughly. but could not find it It could not be possible that he had made a mistake In the original counting. He Hassam , would go and hare his friend AH look into hi crystal. There were wonderful rerelations made there, and 'Hassam All reassured him that the jgem would he found. The next day. after Zudora had gone fortb to meet her lover. Hassam All was assured Hassam AH retired to the mystic room. He was curious to .ee how long his sister's face would thing of a madman.. Presently he sniffed. There was a faint odor of curds in the cir. Beyond the wall was a cheesemaker's shop, and there one could buy anything from a Camembert to what is known as a Dutch cheese. The diamond cutter dis- Zudora Met Storm In the Park. for ail that you sometimes smile at his occupations." "It is precisely because he plays at this mummery and is at the same time an extraordinary man that 1 ask yon if you love him." "Love is a strange thing." she re plied evasively. She felt strangely stirred over the trend of conversation. "You don't answer me directly." He was an attorney and had something of the 'bulldog's grip. There were many unhappy witnesses who would testify lo that ter. and then leave with his regular purchase. .Vow it happeued that Hassam All's appetite was similar to that I midnight of Storm's, except that Hassam All never touched alcoholic beverages ot any sort Moreover, he was friend to both cheesemaker and diamond cut ter There was more to the latter than i most When the people suspected , mystic saw Storm enter the cheese- naker's his first inspiration was to earn what sort of cheese he generally purchased and eventually substitute a .joisoned one. It was immaterial to aim whether Altmann paid for the leed or not. As Storm entered one door the dia inond cutter came out of the other Hassam Ali made a sign, which the latter answered. Together they re entered the building. Hassam All bad uo desire to run into Storm. "I did not recognize you. master.'" .aid the diamond cutter "And never recognize me unless you see me make the sign. Well, have you made up your mind?" "I am going to trust you." "Why not? I may be able to help you a great deal;"' said Hassam AIL i secretly pleased that he had won his point "I am like a physician or a priest Whatever you may tell me will be buried in my breast." his strong, magnetic eyes boring Into the other's The diamond cutter was always in such a mental state as to lend himself readily to hypnotism, and without being aware of it he fell under the spell immediately Hassam Ali spoke to him "Lead on." ' The diamond cutter led the way to shop and threw back the his cell-lik-e curtains, revealing the furnace nnd crucible. Deftly he placed a" piece of! carbou in .the receptacle and turned a l switch. There came a blinding dash, ' said the captain, who knew the only 1 a choice lett was whether to go down Cosi$40 IZJ.iZr-with the ship or in a small boat, which s -- uu rcsres. couldn't live ten seconds In that sea The engineers came up with the news r ti that the tires were all out. "Very well, my ladV said the cap On thin, cpque, 6trcT5!T, India papar. V.'lmt a salts- - fa- - ?!ll''Wm tain quietly. "Save yourselves If you g "Webster ia a form so lirht can " h "Won't you fetch the wife on dwk g and conTeaicnt to oscij&Miilh One half the Uiiokixss and$S 'S Mfffiv' sir?" asked one of the men. tttva tu. No." wtii the mini reply. "Let her g Beenbr Edition : ," sleep, pooi gnl i am going down to & On stress booirtpar-Wt- . have a smoke ' And, smoking by the g Ssnclics. NSmI 1, UVja X bedside of his sleeping wife, he went down with the ship. r TiA-J. better tell the chaps to get out the 2 S O boats "Yes, yes. my lad. if you think so." n r alt klncis of V. Forusr. irii. Tnaos, Arts acd Sciences, uith fatal cufteritt.: g&?? 4C0.C00V.'ord3. &&&& SOGO Mustrclfor.St 'ion Fi-'o- This New C of jzijw.z". vhat .s u,i:c cud? r.r.wvers g s p M I inr ' 4WJy 'fRfti-rsM- 3 yitUtitloa ei flf 81 Didn't Recognize Her. She was t a oiiiewli:it haughty na ture and. tiein on a shoppin? expedi tion with a friend, happened to catch a climpse of au acquaintance she die! nor wish to recognize "Let ns jro this way past the silk counter I Jut aw some one don't care to meet ' "Who t he?" asked her friend, who did not see any one near them "Oh. some horrid woman with a smirk on her face Of course I have only a howinir acquaintance with her. and. although her face Is familiar. cannot remember ner name They finished their shopping, nnd the two women found themselves at the same point whpre one of them had seen her dNatrreeanle acquaintance. There she is asain Why. I do believe Rhe'" heen here all the timer she said, pointing to the person in question. Goodness sake; "That woman? that'" yourself yon see in the mirror tberer-Kan- sa City Star 1 1 I J 3 tups. G.&G. CO. Spriasffe;(l,RSss3; gazgnirjiiancnraCTsmgia aasgsr.vaP3 Dealers Wanted j , e DEALER in e3c WE WANT a town in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory In W. 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Shrnb Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagns thing for Orchard, Lawn nnd Gar- tlen. Xo agents. Free catalogs. H. F. Hillenmever & Sons, Lexington, Kentucky. Emit and shade THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY . FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915. CHERRY SEEKS Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Koo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOFE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEL-SAB, GOVERNORSHIP Educator to Be Candidate at Democratic Primaries. Worked His Way Through School and After Years of Struggling With Unsympathetic World Was Made Head of Western Kentucky State Normal School. H. H. Cherry, the noted educator of Bowling Green, has announced his candidacy for governor of Kentucky, subject to the Democratic primary Aug. 7, 1915. lie was born in a log cabin, among the sand hills of northwestern Warren county. Kentucky. forty-elcyears ago. He worked on his father's little' ridge farm and attended school from six to eight weeks each year and learned by years of age the time he was twenty-on- e to read, write and cipher a little. When he became of ap; his father gave him the privilege of cutting down some hickory trees and splitting them into ax handle timber and hauling it with a yoke of oxen to Bowling Green, a distance of nine miles, over an almost impassable road. After seven months of hard labor he managed to accumulate $72. This was his first real business experience. With the $72 he started on fcot through snow twelve inches deep to his native city to enter school. For more than five yeirs he worked his way through school and during much of the time did self boarding. He cooked his meals on a d one-eye- one of the greatest educational institutions of the south." Dr. Cherry has been an active worker in all endeavors looking toward the development of a '"Greater Kentucky." This has been his aim in the past and will be In the future. He was president of the Kentucky Educational association, a member of the educational campaign commission of 1905, a member of the illiteracy commission, a member of the board of directors or the Southern Educational association, chairman of the Btatewide farmers' Chautauqua organlzi-tto- n, and a member of many othr progressive educational and industrial organizations organized In the Interest of a Public Sale of Land. will sell at ths court house door in Lancaster, Ky., on I Kentucky Rural Credit On Monday, February 22nd, County Court day CHARLIE WHITE-HOO- N tteCewtylemilist ORIGINATOR KrHE&IES OP INDIAN CHETEXRE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N 4 A SCIENCE SBfE West Broadway Louisyille, Kentucky When You Have a Policy Written by at 11 o'clock A. JL to the highest bidder my farm of 113 aeres located in Garrard county greater state. Owing to the many exacting executive Kentucky on Drake's creek and near duties Dr. Cherry has been unable to find the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the time to do any teaching during tho past twelve years. Practically all his life has lands of George Brown and others. been devoted to an executive work. It is a source of great pride to him that he This is the farm where I now live has made a business success in the county in which he was horn and reared, and will show the farm to anyone without a single blot on his record, and desiring to look at it before day of the people all love and respect him. lie given within 30 is perfectly willing for the people of his sale. Possession native' county to say whether he is qualdays from date of sale. ified for the high honor he seeks. Dr. Cherry In making his formal anTERMS Made known at time of nouncement said in part: "If I am elected governor, I shall be free from all tanglements and not an appointee or slave of any faction, organization or machine. I would rather pieserve my Integrity, die a pauper, and go down In defeat than make a single promise that would cripple public efficiency or destroy my usefulness while in office. My motive for entering this race is higher than the holding of office, the drawing of a salary or being a dummy governor. If I am elected I shall, on entering office, be free as the 'mountain air;' free to fight for the rights of tlu people and free to take the executive Initiative in the work of transacting public business. I shall do my utmost to make the campaign, which I shall earnestly prosecute, a patriotic cause, a vision of a greater Kentucky; and I shall try to appeal to the intelligence and higher motives of men rather than to their prejudice and Ignorance." en-- Association &l,000,000Capit al Organized for the purpose of Financing' the Kentucky Farmer ale. J. P. BALLARD. Low Rates; Long Terms to Members of Association If interested and you desire to becom,. a member, call on or adDanville, Ky. Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time" TO THE PUBLIC made-to-ord- er 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 is not a practical tailor. If you will give me 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 samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and 1ft me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. . I represent the largest and best dress H. E. Newby at Citizens National Bank or Hotel Annex. and get full particulars with literature explaining the plan. Will be in Danville Until Saturday, Jan. 23, 1915 OFFICERS Gov. James B. McCreary, President C H. Berryman, J. C. VanMeten Secretary J. L. Watkins, Treasurer J. M. Lassing General Counsel V-Pr- es. DIR James B. McCreary C. H. Berryman EC-TOR- Stanford, Kentucky. Frankfort Ky Lexington Ky Lexington Kv Newport Ky. Bowling Green Ky Lexington Ky Louisville Ky. Owensboro Ky. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Paducah Ky. Anchorasro Ky. Carrolfcon,. Ky. -"I L- - Produce Wanted I J. L. "Vatkins J. M. Lassing Morgan 0. Hughes J. C. Van Meter John W. Vrceland Henry G. Overstreet Tlios. J. BigstalT Rctart H. Scott L Ti. Dor'-e- p; 'ff-J- Z 1 Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the p United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c, 3 bars 25c All on sale at I will still continue to buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES at I the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. I I "- Forest Butts 1 iI WILL In UI'Lv Av V;lliam Giltner : J. L. Zarine gMMjfaU-lwiill Eminence. Kv. Shrlbyville Ky. - iUJ. 'Dlnunc in? ii I ! TITBIT q." A'TT. lf bl ' t H il''"l3SBBHiMiSBrtifcfcJM3EgM5gBJJEHSg3TlHgWPTjMJB DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. I t Wi I H OF PURSLErS INDIAN HERBS ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE &f 'W- viJ. Rex Coal Black Star ca 'J 3 &3 & A 4 SS 3 C&&I ack Crescent All hot, free Burners No New Orleans $20.45 Mobile $17.20 rensacoia $iy.i& ROUND TRIP FROM STANFORD ARRIVAL OF REX PARADE OF REX FEBRUARY 15 Tickets on Sale Daily Feb. 9 15 -- FEBRUARY 16 Sleeping Car Fare $4.00 To $4.50 Each Way soot, few ashes DR. H. H. CHERRY, TO APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST FOR ROUND TRIP Estimate for five days board and lodging at $1.00 per day in the best private homes, or $2.00 per day at good hotels to which add the above railroad and pullman fares. Bowl- REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., President Western Kentucky State Normal School, ing Green, Ky. ( Successor to E. B. Denham Apply to L. & N. Agent for Printed List of Rooming Houses and Hotels. Will TIlliST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO NS FLORIDA-CUBA-NEWORLEA- AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED Fer Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address & C. KING, Pass 131 r and Ticket Agenl Erst Main St., Lexington, Ky. GET YOUR Field Seeds OF T. D. NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST En Hcta! SUf ftr .:.n gyre, vui VidcriaSttgt tfrpsrul SKogt OriccUlSbbjJb BMraaBrmcMucr $ vt?vb 4 four designs of Cortright ""Metal Shingles as shown above are made in any of the foHowng wps: 1 . Stamped from Tb:platt aad painted Red. 2. Stamped from Hn-plaand painted Green. 3. Stamped from Tin-plaand Galvanized by a process. 4. Stamped from special Galvanized Sheets. Each and every fenukie Cortright Metal Shngle embossed with this " Corhight Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." Trade-mac- k, 6 For Sale bu RILL STONE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. tc te hand-dipping The In making his opening announcement kerosene stove and. in this way, boarded himself for less than ?5 per month. This Dr. Cherry's theme is "A Greater Kentraining and experience prepared him for tucky," and some of the things for whicn 7ther duties, broadei.ed his sympathies he declares are as follows- and created within him a desire to assist "The need of making a few vital laws the .struggling boys and girls to secure and the strict enforcement of laws alan education and to become trained ready made Is greater than the need for j workers for a greater Kentucky. the making of many new laws." xie chartered and organized a private lie is opposed to any increase in the school in Bowling Green in 1S93 and com- tax rate, but favors a revision of our menced without buildings and without tax laws and a reorganization of our money. Notwithstanding the low rates financial system, so that waste and ex- of tuition and board, which were put travaganee will be eliminated and econ within the reach of the poor beys and omy substituted., to the end that the state girls, and one of the worst financial pan- debt may be extinguished and the busiics ever known in this country, the school ness of the state run within its Income grew from three small 100ms to a magHe opposes any extra appropriations nificent educational plant ana ficm twenty-e- until the is able to meet her obligaight enrolled during the first tions promptly. students six months of its existence to an annual He is opposed to "the secret control of enrollment of more than one thousand. government by machine manipulators Without a dollar of endowment the insti- who pool the people's vote and sell the tution met its obligations punctually and offices to the highest bidder," and also to became a noted educational and business the coutiol of legislation by the lepresen success. This long executive experience tatlvcs of great corporate inteiesfs, and trained him in modern business methods would favor the enactment of a "corrupt and gave him a larger knowledge of the practices act," and to the making of such needs of the state. other L'uvs as will secure fair elections. When the state normal schools wpi-- j He favors adequate regulation of railestablished .Or Cherry was unanimously roads and other public service corporaelected president of tne Western Ken- tions to the eMent that exorbitant rates tucky Stale formal school without hav-- i. and unjust burdens may not be imposed m:ut amplication for the position. It on the people. a vast amount of constructive i-ed He favorR an "antl-nnplnw. In rnm- V'.nlzc the new institution and. pijance with the demands of the consti- Wtil"u to p ,'on a good business basis and n ..! the. educational needs of the state. tutlon upon li6 declares that less politics and mora It required not only a knowledge of the business is what Kentucky needs, problems, but executive educational Keeognizlng that "universal progress ability. The state normal school was hesdiis ard ends with the soil," he wouid opened nine years ago, but notwithstand- - strongly advocate all legislation for building this short period it enrolled test year inr up our agricultural interests and for seventeen hundred and nine different stu- - bettering conditions in rural Kentucky wno are now largely en i j,,, as better roads and the further de- gaged in teaching tne noys ana tne gins velopment and Improvement of our iural in the rural schools of Kentuckj. The schools, so that the boys and girls In the probe committee, appointed by the las-- country may have equal advantages general assembly in speaking of the work with those in the city. of the vVestern Normal, over which Dr. j He believes that some reorganization Cherry presided, said in part: "We llnl of our penitentiaries and asylums is nenothing about this institution to criticize cessary and that the present convict labut a very great deal to commend; and bor system should be abolished. we would suggest that if all of the insti- - j' He says the people have a right to detutlons of Kentucky, receiving state alJ mand that every dollar paid for the would, with the same regard for economy maintenance of government render a doanu efficiency, discharge their respective llar s worth of service and that every perduties to the commonwealth of Kentucky, son elected or appointed to a government at all times bearing in mind that the tax- - position should render honest labor and payers of the state arc to be given due do a full dav's work. consideration there would not be any oc-- 1 He is a strong advocate of temperance casion for a committee of this kind to in- and wouid insist on a rigid enforcement vestigate state institutions to which ap- -' of all temperance laws, and if any- - bill propria tions "ie- men maite or my were jmssed to take a step backward on ' hexttafttr tie r this subject he would veto it. He feels that the cause of temperance would suffer Hon. Sherman Goodpaster, the il any effort were made to substitute, at xms time, ior state inspector, m ms written re option withsiatewiae prouioiuon unit. local the county as the port submitted to the governor last If you endorse this character of man April made the following statement: and the principles he advocates, Mr. Cherry would appreciate your support, 'President Cherry iis possesseed of and if you feel like writing him he wouid n remarkable executive ability, the be glad to hear from you. results of Avhich are. evident in every W. C. Cundiff department of the institution; and he Dink Wilkinson, j -fs" E. C. Million, Pres. T. J Curtis, V-Pr- es. nr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. E, Deatherage, Treas. Biggest in Prices Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space Madison Tobacco Warehouse (Incorporated.) Near L. & A. Depot E. C. Million Marion Coy Capital $40,000.00 DIRECTORS Dr. C. H. Vaught T. J. Curtis E. DeatheraSe J. M. Haden Telephone 221 T. J. Smith . TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS OF LI?C0LN COUNTY: We want to tell you that we think we hav0 the best hurley tba:-- o market in Kentucky. We led any house in the State last year with dent-teacne- rs. - I '- general' averaire $12.58. "We have sold tobacco higher this year, that We sold two crop lits of Leslie is crop lots, than we did last year. Curtis, this county, for $20.00 and $9.50, over 4,000 pounds. We sold Garrard county, 3,250 pounds at $20.93 per hunAdkinson & Wan-en- , dred. We sold crop of Dave Long, Nina, Garrard county, 2370 pounds at. $21.43 per hundred. We sold Dave Hoover crop lot. Garrard county at.ari averaire of $17.10. We sold Judge A. E. Burnam & Shelton. Madison county, 15,000 pounds at an average of $14.75. We sold Ed P.' Million crop, 7,000 pounds .at an average of $15.00 red crop this was. We sold crop for Bob Bruce of your county ask Bob about our market. We don't think any house in the State can skin us on prices. We hopoi to make it pay yon to come from your county to our house. Big-- i should be given the credit of building up in a comparatively short time. YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE I. J. If you want posters, If you want billheads. If you want program, If you want envelones. If you want notcheads. v If you want statements, If you want job printing: of any description done in the very best style and on short notice, call at the I. J., Ufiice, Stanford, Ky. F. A. Land. THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. gest in Pricess Biggest in Sales Biggpst in Floor Space Daisly Auction Sales Market Steady to Higher. Will be glad to have you sell with us. tight-coat- ed Liberty, Ky. Manufactures o; and Dealers In All kinds of rough and dressed lumt ber, moulding and casing of all kinds, ceiling, flooring and siding, all grades. Send us your orders for mill stuff nnd framing. Prices and grades guaranteed. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co, Incorporated Let the I Jf ? do your job printing V ? f. - l THE INTERSOB JOURNAL. STAN FORD. KENTUCKY THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1915. PresLyier'an Church Nonce. FREE FROM DANDRUFF THE FIRST NATIONSBANK Ji of Stanford, Ky., GVls! Tr,y It! fctair Ge'&Soft Fluffy " And Lul At Once Mere Fali'ng Ha'r rra.--it No If yon care lor heavy hair, that glistens- - Avith heaiity and is radiant villi life ; has an incomparable soft- -' Will Pay You INTEREST on TIME DEPOSITS. Will Pay You 3 PER CENT. INTEREST, on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Semi-Annuall- y, com-pound- ed It does a General Banking Business and YOUR ACCOUNT. Please remember that the Comptroller has ordered that we PERMIT NO OVERDRAFTS on and after Monday, Feb. 1st. Saving, Like Spending, Is a Habit i i ? nes& and is ihill'y and lustrous, try Danderaie. Just one application doubles the beauty of your hair, besides it immediately d.Sbolves every particle of , 'Jandrulf; you cannot have dan) hea thy ha r if you have draff. This destructive scurf rob& the hair of its Tastre, its strength and its very life and if not over-- ; come it produces a feverishness a:.d itching of the scalp; the hair root-.- ; fam'sli, loosen and die; then the, hair falls out fast. It' your hair has been neglected and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily, get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Dnnderine at any drug tore or toilet counter; apply a 1 tt'e as directed and ten minutes after von will say th's was the best investment you ever made. Suud;v-s(hoo- l. moi-ninV0 siucerelv bel'eve, regnrdles-- , of 0:30: everything ele advertised- - that if of the P:ble and Whv Psalm 10.V vo'i desire soft, lustrous, beautiful ha'r nni lots of t no dandruff m' HEHF. 13 WHAT YOU WANT Uch'ivr ealp and no more fnM'ng 1'iir von must -- usp KnowltWs The People's Market Place Advcr-Yo- u Use Whzt "'"Inpoi-rnp- . i'ave to Sell If eventually whv not 11 now? LAND FOR SALE -- 78 acres near Spring Line Druggets a"d VVa'l Crab Orchard. See W. II. Mueller, tf nice-hcayte. All the people of Stanford ana vicinity wUo love the cause of religion are cordially invited to with the Presbyter.an church m a special effort to bring others Avithin the hearing of the gospel invitation. A series of special sendees Avill be held l.eginn ng on Sunday Jajiunry 31, under the drection of Rev. J. A. Tivist'e. Everybody is in j viled. A meeting of the pastors of the town together with Evajgel.st Tros-tl- e was held on Thursday of this week. At the meeting the pastors all heartily agreed to Plans have thoiefore been made by which a committee representing all tlie churches will arrange .for a canvass of the avIioIp town for thb of n'rving all the famd'e an all the business men personal imitations to attend these sen-ices- . Tt i.; exoected that this comm"tt"o wil' be to do its work on Tliurs-da- v Pr- - " of nevf ve.-Avrk and the Avnrkers. On Sunday- January 24- - sen'ices will be held at the Presbyterian eluirf". as follow?: i nVnek- - Young Peonle's M"eeti-- :firn- - Fa'or't Chractw put-nose k Children Cry for Fleichers TIio Hind Ycu Have Always Botight, and Yiliich has been in use for over SO years, lias fcometlie signature of --J? and lias been, made under his per- - yeuzryy, jtZfify-f--- - All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' arc hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good" sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in tiiis. - Castoria is harmless Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Ifc is plcasanr. It contains neither Opium, 3Iorphinc nor other 2:Tcr4I substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It c;roys Worms lind allays Feverishness. For more tluin thirty yc.irs iS lias been in constant use for the relief of v'on.r aton, Flatidency, "Wind Colic, all Tcethhir Trouble: an.i Diarrhoea. It regulates the Jstomacli and Low;., assimilates the Food, giving healtliy auu ii..ti:ral tlcoy. The Children's Panacea The Mother's. rri.u.d. atisCASTORIA a substitute for . -- GENUE&E CASTOR i A rlv.t:is iBears the Signature cf ctcrsifKissisrrt. f?Zr jt a v-J-w- v uU'g'" - 7j?, xro rtur.P.4L ' rf ,'.. : i .t 7-- Paper. The Kkd You Save Always BgegH 2n Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAJR COMfMY NCWVOHXCITV Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury . UM-- d Miss Belle Denny is visiting Gar-ra- ni J county relatives. Alex Tribblc, of Ilopkinsville. was as moroary will surely lptroy the sens of smell the guest of his bister, Irs. J. H. and iuilitl iliianst i.e whole sjMutn when ouirrlcjr It tlrouli the mucous Fiirfact-iSuch ! Ends. prescrip-IIjRjirlirlis iivver xc'it on fmra t).iclan, as the damage llx-jliss Mary Cooley, of Lexington, i II do Is ton fold to the ood you can poiflilr .Terlr.. frrtm rlitm llnlls fVitnrrli iitrn manufactured l.y l J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O., spent Pevorjtl dilVS with her sister cental-- : no mercury, and Is taken Internally. directly upon the blood and mucous sur- - JIjS. Lillian Fisher. iices of the ytim. In Imylne Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you tret the genuine. It Is taken T TTivvov Vmilmolv nf "Riirn?iflp Internally and made In Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. ' . Chi my t Co. Testimonials was l passenger On No. 23 tills, i. r -, fr.-e- ! We have just received our Spring W. 11. Il'iririns. l!io of Druggets and wall paper. The Wedding presents at . 'ntest nni newest tlrngs out. Call mi see what Ave hnve. PEXCE & Jewelry Store, Stanford. tf ITILL. 7-- Trv our trucks for Disc llanows. 7-- E5yKa5SSiaay'" "T 1 Mueller's HEAD AND NOSTRILS STUFFED FROM COLD J EAR DEATI Y SMOTHERING i'OK Life Insurance Refused EA'er notice Iioav- - clo.1.' f life insurance examiners look for symptoms of kidney diseases? They do so because Aveakened kidneys lead to many forms of dreadful afflictions. If you hae any sympoms like pain in the back, frequent, scanty or painful action, tired feeling , aches and pains, get Foley Kidney Pills today. For sale by all druggists. life-shorten- sut-ui- , nuar sale. joining. Four lots on Land unnunsier sircei, au 3IUELLER. 7-- pape's c0'd Compound" Ends Colds and Grip in Few Hours Y. W. tf Tastes They are not sick nervous, irritable. Such women under pains and aches. Too many women struggle but weak, blood-streng- th Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. I morninsr. Mrs. W. J. Romans, of Laneas-- j PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ter, is her sister, "wife Mi-s-. W. A. Social Calendar -- Ourson, who continues ill. Ijom to the of Alfred Car ' juice of the winter. George Ilunn, a good friend of this jmper was down from More- laud today. Mrs. Ba.scom Pelphrey, of GarJ nird, with her little daughter, Nell, Her parents, lMnr evonn clays Mr. .in, Miv. r. A. Carson. ii- -. i i u- tt. .., i..j iLiiui. jiiiciiuii neicuuc wuecior Hman Saufley wah in Somerset Monduy to testify in a whiskey vio- ation case in thL. Pulaski courts. Mjs- Ellen Moore, who is teaching in the gnuled school at Crab Or- spent Sunday vvith her fa- hei and sister here. -ml. Jan. 27 The Yomaus Club will penter on the 19th, two little girl j meet in the club rooms at two babies, who have been named, Mat- lie May and Lillie Bell. SHUN SUBSTITUTES. o'clock. Miss Emma Warren, who is visit1'eb. 2nd The Rook Club will meet Avith Mrs. J. B. Paston at two ing her nephew. Samuel Severance,, SUGAR GROVE in Louisville. Avrites that she is hav- - j o'cloclc Feb. 4th The Dixie Rook Club ing a most delightful stay in the Rev. Ilutchins will preach at will meet with Mrs. Todd at tAVO Falls City. Grove Sunday at 11 o'clock. Mss Anna Chancellor Avent to Mil- - ! oVlo-k- . Reuben Adams is veiy sick at lersburg today; to visit her s.ster, this writing, but his many friends Mrs. M. E. Pruitt. Returning shei Miss .Mlie Hendricks, who has will cnonil cninn 1:"tto M"itli T.ovino" wish him a speedy recovery. bem the gue.t of ifiss MoUie Daugh- - tm frjends G. M. Ballard and Tom French are conducting a Bible class at C? . Ii C f H.iiiK n ll lOiTii! lirt .Hiosca iuiuu uuuuu uxiu oiituuuuuIt J. S. Hocker. Jr., returned Sun Beck left yesterday for Florida to Pine Grove and are progressing day from a protracted visit to his spend several months. They went uieely. mother and sister at Kansas City. Jim and Job Chandler are raisdirect to St. Aucustine but will visit Hon. and tfr.. B. B. King left Orlando. DeLund, Tampa, St. Pe ing a large winter crop of tobacco yes.ter'lav for Florida for the bal- - tersbmg and" Pnsa-a-Gnbeioru but we think their spring crop will 14-4- T strengthens the nerves, aids the petite and checks the decline. If wife or mother tire easily or look run down, SCOTT'S EMULSION will build her up. need that that comes by taking SCOTT'S EMULSION. It also ap- M I I - Ue before reluming. Lvtle. the nouular trav- 0UIIg. salesman, who was here from! Danville today, tola the 1. J. tliatj lie was conovin- n 'oJf from liis Mrs. W. 1L Anderson, of llai i)er Kansas. jfifa.s Bessie Yantis and Ir. Mc-- 1 .. Kiunev of LaFavette, lnd., were luarried last week at the home of; parents. Mr. and Mrs. the u Samuel Yantis of Indianapolis. The! .ride has many friends and relativem this part "of Kentucky, having ivcd here with her aunt. Mrs. James. A. Dudderar for a numbr of year-- . Marshal 0. Buck, of Junction Citv ' )nssctt through to London Tlui"-- j day. He was on the lookout of two j Laurel county bovs- - who while in- - j Toxicnted, veiy badly at re- -j ligious services in his town. Stamp Turpin bass been qu;te ill. , ;Mr. , - be less. s. Ballard will open a Bible Sugar Grove soon as the weather permits. We inv.te everybody to come and take part in the G. M. cln&s at .tcr, work. Jack Manuel has moved back 1 .. . - his old place. We are glad to have him back with us G. Middleton went to Lancaster with load of tobacco last week ami the prices being bad there he went on to Danville market and found prices had gone from bad to worse, o he hauled it back and will hol.l it over for another vear. Wee Acts Gently But Husband, With Aid of Cardui, LOST u gun metal pump between Stanford and Danville. Please Your cold Avll break and all gripPu Effects Her Daliverance. return to this office. misery en after taking a d ise of . :.r3. Helen Da'.ton. of FOR SALE Pure Barred Rock Papa's Cold Compound'' ecJ3 tv , l...a ..c, bays: "I suhered for years. cockerels. Ifrs. Morrison Bright, hours until three dosee are taken. Stanford, R. F. D. No. 2. Phone 4(3 it pionipuv opens cioggeu-u-.,p , nos.-T- ,.,. ,Jnin,-- . w...w.... to rfppih cmntiiPr , w.... , z-- a. ana air passages m me neau, , trus Medicines patched mc up for awhifc Men i wouig Ret worse stops nasty discharge or nose run- - oui 1'iir Interior!! r1.l..riH Vr again, rmai- In tfiitfuH .. , FOR SALE Three work horses; headache, dull- Jry Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he ning, relieves will sell cheap on six months' time IV50RELAND feverishness, soie throat. b jii.h! ::ie a bottle and I began using it. with good note. G. II. MASTERS, ness' It did ire more geedthan ail the mediMii'e.ing' soreness and stiffness. d McKinney. Mr. and Ma. David iEubanks cines I had taken. Qu't blowDun't stay stuf fed-uI hive Induced many of my friends to their sixtieth wedding ing and snuffling! Ease vour throb- - Irv Crrdu:. and they all say they have Monday by inviting SALESMAN WANTED to look on last been benefited by its our interest in Lincoln and ad- bin? head nothuir else in tim morl.i has been, and never v.uce.be,There never their neaie&t neighbors to spend the id a medicine jacent counties. Salaiy or Commis- - gics cli prompt leliel as ''Pine's lQ c day with them. Cardl,K j wizvz it is zxc which costs onl a rr00fj niedicine for all wcmanlv trou- Mid. Prances Beauchamp of Lex sion. Address THE JL1RVEY Ojr. Cold Compound,'' cents at anv dnrir store. It acts b!cs.' 1p ington, gave two fine lectures at CO.. Cleveland, 0., ' Fcr'over 50 years, Cirdui has been re- without assistance, tastes nice, and i thib place the pa&t week. j. jiunnij wuiiiciu s suhciii;l,s mm uunuiu causes no an convenience xouacco irrowerbL'Tins section FA'STJITE OP ROOMS FOR RENT v:cak women up to health and strer.clli. ' If you are a woman, give it a fair trial. routing on Main street in Lincoln substitute, are very much dissatisfied with the ' It should surely help you, as it has a prices iney uavu ueen getting foriCountv National Bank Building;! Jese Rout avIio sold hi interest million others. their tobacco at the Danville To- - steam heat, e'ectrc lights, water and Get a bottle of Cardui in the store op Cash & Rout at janitor's servce. tf baeco Warehouses. Turnerville. to his partner. J. N. nw, ,. o.Hnnnnn v.,r,;. n t..--. Charle' Singleton' is in Somerset j lo'f suaai d!isor Dect- - Chattanooca. Tenn.,V(u Cash, has moved with h's familv to Imiruetiont on vOTir Two WANTED SALESMEN on a visit to his sister Mir, Henry "tl- rft rrt Treatment lor Women." in pUda wrapper. N.C 128 hustling salesman to cover this ter Junction Citv. where he owns some Snyder. ' Dr. W. W. Phillips of Junction ritory with complete line of oils.; property. He has not yet decided ' what business lip will enter. Tom :itifl nnints "Rvnorionoo mi- City, was. Jt town for a short while nnrm shows Friday and necessan,-- . Write ns today. Tndustri-- j T,0(Ws is t present actively ' last Wednesday. unlay nights. Tnrnei-villstore. diarce of Mrs. Kate Coffev andilittle grand-so- al Refinimr Co.. Cleveland. Ohio. Joseph Bishop spent a few days FOR SALE One Shorthorn bull! of last week with her son. Charles Danville, onlf, eight months old; subject to t'nffoy and family of neav Mrs. Charbr. Metcalfe of Dan- - register roan; extra good on- -: al-- o ville. is shpending thjs Aveck with her have some good timothy lfay for . narent-,- . Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. sSan-- ! "ale. R. M BLACKERBV, Stani-d53-2 The lady making the largest purchase at the Busy 'R. P. D. No. 1. Phone ,Udge. . Smith, who has been load-- j Cash Store on next Saturday will receive a c c HEIFER A Jersey ESTRAY tins 1r.fr W:fln..s1fiv for Ids homo in' Waist Pattern. Don't forget the Big Sale that is heifer, weight about 600 puonds left' at Greensbuv"'. W W Wliito snpnf ono dnv lnsfc. my place Jan. 10th. She is liglit im now on. i color and has some Avhite spots on week in Lexington on business. her. Information leading to her re GREAT KIDNEY REMELY SAVES eovery thankfully received. JAMES j ..., I -- cele-bute- C-- 2. auin-ver&a- ry p! ,; ,lh ! ! 7-- 2-- ri f 7-- io-d- ay. I R&..-- "l-wis- ! n, lp ,;., 0 ! ( WAIST FREE Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN I W. .i-- A.-N- I , G.. M. LYONS TWO CHILDREN IN ONE FAMILY!0I - WffiMRH BEEPPre cord, R. F. D. No. 5. Tnincrse. Stnn- - 7tf. fl Up si i beh-ivc- d Tells How She ii I i I had a, At the last meeting of the Club, tumorous growth Mrs. J. J. Dickey who was interested would I & and operateahave to m similar wor: AVliiIe living here, upon. De Wr aP ilifMior'irii vt t -- rl rlvnco but I refused as I do "mre "" "" and encouragement not believe in opera- -Mrs b. M. bautley, president ot tionfi. I had fainting spells, bloated, ' .. : a i i. i i ii i ju ii., waau coum iuaruiy &uinu uic ymii rin my i me 1,iuij, receiveu an mvitaiion ior My husband insisted that I . nle Stanford Club to attend an all (jleftside. I try Lydia iS. rinkham's day meeting of the Woman's Club, ',' Compound, and I am so h lldd 'm the Chris- fr.r T om rtfwsr o 7nll SuT I sleep of DariU? t0 uuaay, dan. Mm. better, do all my housework and take nan long walks. I never fail to praise Lydia Th? Cnie Club provides the lunch. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for . All members are cordially invited xny good health. "Mrs. J. M. Rescb, land urged to attend- - also to report 1900 West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. j to the president of the Club as early Since we guarantee that all testimo- - i as possible, if thev exneet to attend. nials which we publish are genuine, is it ! I (not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Stop That Counh Now irinkham s Vegetable Compound has the ; When you catcli Cold, or begin to virtue to help these women it will help Corgh, the first thing to do is to J any other woman who is suffering in a llike manner? tllke Dl. BelPs plne If you are Ul do not drag along until ; jt penetrates the linings of the throat "r3- m The Woman. Club wishes to thank those avIio responded to the call ' to make a Chritmas present of a ; book to the library. More than fifty Louisville, Ky. " I think if moresuf-ferin- g books were received and others women would take Lydia E. promised. Some have asked if it is Pinkham's Vegeta- - too Jate to contribute. Books are Compound they , W.IVS gladly received at any time, I . r. ..,, would enjoy better ' T. . , ,n1i,,. nf health. I suffered ,' or write Miss Paxton. lib- from a female trou- i t ay T Vas Saved y r.. r. i i aKing iyaia rantflam's VorrfJ-.J- f Compound. ! .V f Woman's Club Notes aJl al-b- le - -S- 3- nnd m hip H.. decided S V.Vf th w Anrtnm HVVVVU -- rarian. ".1, n- Rheumatism Just put a few drops of Sloan's on the painful spot and the pain stops. It is really wonderful how quickly Sloan's acts. No need to rub it in laid on lightly it penetrates to the bone and brings relief at once. Kills rheumatic pain instantly. Mr. James E. Alexander, cf North Me., writes: "Many strains in my back and hips brought on rheumatism in, the eciatio nerve. I had it bo bad one nicbt when sitting in my chair, that I had to iumn on mv pet tn rrtrelief. I at once applied your Liniment to the affected part and in less then ten minutes it was perfectly easy. I think it is the best of all Liniments I have ever used." Harps-well, - i- hJf 1 4 I "" "'i i- I -- mi . Jele "rc' 0-- About one year ago two ot my.1 4 j.Ii I 1.1 lt... .iaa 4T auuueu hrt .IN. uum IITrf'kO uuui.y tmtk, Hiiuaj. kidneys. They would have severe spells of dizziness and were all run down in health. 1 was just about discouraged. 1 tried several remedies and Jinully u doctor, but they did not seem to improve. 1 knew of a tricud who was taking Swamp-Kofor kidney trouble with good results and f decided to get some for the children. I had noticed that there was some improvement after they Lad taken two large bottles and continued to give it to them until they dozen bottles had taken one-ha- lf and were well on the road to recovery. I think Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Itohas done more for my children than any other medicine I have tried and recommend it to anyone having children that suffer as mine did. Very trulv yours, R. W. LISENBY. Dohtani Ala. Personally appeared before me (his 2nd day of July, 1909. R. W. Lisenby, Avho subscribed to the ab. e statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and fact. 4 A. W. Lisenby Notary Pub'icj ot ot "lal"linw,M""WWWIW""ll"'M'""""-Spmt.lp- p II IJlhpppMjnpppSMB.pnppPPMppBJMpM 3 r Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N. Y. SLOANS LINIMENT Kills Pain At all dealers, 25c Prove What Swamn-Ro- ot Will Uo We think our line of Work Shoes an unequaied one in both Price and Quality. Drop in and let us show you what can be bought for 3. A Double Sole running from Toe to Heel; full vamp bellows tongue, made of good, soft stock, in all colorsTan; Black and Pearl. This is a Goodyear welt. These are equal to shoes that you have been paying $3.50 for. Cheaper ones, ranging from $1.50 to $2.50. Better ones ranging from $3.50 to $5. We carry shoes for the whole family. Come to us. for your shoe needs. All high shoes reduced. Tar-Tar-IIon- ey J tno Disease, giving quick relief and Wriie to tydia E. Pinlcham i nainnu neaiin?: ""ur wnole lamiiy on for ',2a:edicineCo.,(coiifidential)Lynn,(,ePeni1 (2Iass. Your letter wil be opened, Coughs and Colds' writes Mr. E. iTead and answered by a woman llhams, Hamilton, Ohio. It lield in strict confidence. I w.ivs bolnc ozn. nf ,,,. Tinrwr;cf Compound. I -Pmc-Tar-Honey Send four cents in stamps for a TRIAL BOTTLE Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc. Dept B. Philadelphia, Pa. al-la- nd I For You Send, ten cents" to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, ,N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuabble; information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ce' size bottles for sale J and at 'all drug stores. nt one-dollar Phillips & Phillips. t I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1915. Old People Everywhere Say Peruna is good for Coughs, Colds, Catarrhal Diseases and after effects of the Grip. I first knew of Peruna the druggists' here did not .keep it. Now they all keep it. "I have lived in this place eighty-foyears I am a farmer. Was born where I live. I have three living children. Should you publish this in the papers it will reach many of my old friends. You can use my picture as you think proper." Mr. G. "W. Roberts, It. P. D. 1, Box 36, Pickens, Miss. Eighty-tw- o Years Old. "I had a severe attack of grip. I suffered terribly while it lasted. After my attack I sent for Peruna. My wife said I must have a doctor, but I insisted upon taking the Peruna, and made a quick and perfect recovery." Mr. J. B. Prince, R. B. 1, Tuckahoe, "WTien ur FARM AND STOCK NEWS ??.-X.- . .. A jritii ::MP.w.c.HaiPKiLL?) Eighty Years Old. Eighty-on- e Years Old. "I bad a sreat deal of trouble with "I had nervous prostration. One ir.v- bowels and bladder, and pain in doctor would say I had catarrh tof j:sriKht hii like rheuma stomach and bowels, another nervousfelt um. Weak bade Constipated. Urine ness, and another enlargement of Many doctors failed. Hver. Nothing seemed to do me much highly colored. 1 nave taken Peruna and think I a:n good. I commenced taking Peruna, cured. I have sained twenty pounds which built me right up." Mrs. Martha in weight since I besan Peruna." Sir. Avery,28 Graham SULeominster.Mass. V. C. Hemphill, Louisville, Miss. Seventy-eigh- t Yeans Old. Eighty-fou- r Years Old. "I had catarrh of the head. Com"About fifteen or twenty years ago menced taking Peruna and gained I whs suffering with pains in my eleven pounds. It is a great medicins. bao.5:. A fair trial would convince any one of I coiad scarcely get about. got onie Peruna and wa3 relieved of its efficacy." Mr. F. M. JotCrion, Louisiana. the p..ins ewr since 'I hac ii ed Peruna occasionallvi Those who object to liquid meai- -ir "inended it to otherr. cines can now obtain Peruna Tablet?. Eo-galu- sa, N. Y. -- " I an verooafs Now At Half Prie We will now sell our stopk of Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Knee Suits at Half Price. As we have had a backward season, we have to make room now for Spring Goods. Our Clothing Department is the home of Good, Pure Wool Clothing, which we offer you at a big loss. A large stock to select from. These prices are for 15 days only. ROBINSON'S. Don't Forget- - You Can Attach Oar Siib-Soil- er To Any Steel Beam Plow. TRY ONE. i W. H. Siig'gins. 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. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD ENERGY 385 410 445 10 the sour undigested and fermenting cents a pound. and food and foul gases; take the excess Elihu Iliraele near Highland has . bile from the liver and carrv off the j MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S WORK SHIRTS LADIES AND CHILDREN'S arm to D. Al. , constipated waste matter ana poison sold his 1 10 Suits now at $??? 50c Shirts now Robinson, of Tennessee. Mr. Jliracic from the bowels. .38c UNDERWEAR . . .0.30, lo Suits now at . --. prospecting near McKinney and "wjll is Remember, a Cascaret tonjght 2oc Garments now 12.48: . I8c may buy another place in that sec staighten you out by morning. A 20 Suits now at GarmenU now 12.98' MEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR 37c . 25 Suits now at 5e tion of the county. box from your druggist Garments novr 79c i Orch- mean healthy bowel action: a clear I8c 25c Garmeent at Ike Phillips, on the Crab .' ' ";0c Garment BOYS' CLOTHING . .... !35c at ard pike sold a couple- of heifers to ie:id and cheerfulness for month;)' $1.89 T. TV. Jones at $G. They averaged Dont forsret tho children $ 3 Suits now at LADIES' COAT SUITS j 2.98 LADIES' DRESSES ALL KINDS 750 pounds; from Tom Dudderar the $ 4 Suits now at Ti0 Suits, ihiw S4 98 S3.hR rt Smfc nnw sit. Si"yleton-Sheltosame buyer, bought one that weighed $2.48 $15 Suits now $5 Drosses now S7.48 S'5.93 880 pounds at the same price. l.arkin Shelton and IMiss Ev." 10 Suits now sif O Suits now $3.98 '$7 Dresses now $9.98 of Singleton, both of the .East End. J T. W. Jones bought a bunch .?10 Dresses now $5.98 . - Suits now $11 .48 MEN'S OVERCOATS Restock from Henry Fields on the were married at the home of David !B5 Overcoats now at .$3.98 Ottenbeim pike last week. He gave Grant on the 21st. LADIES' CLOAKS LADIES' SKIRTS .$4.98 $7 Overcoats now at $50 for a cow and calf; paid four .$5.98 $4 Skirts now HO Overcoats now at and a half cents a pound for a $2.48 ..SI.89 .: Coats now $. SHERIFF'S SALE. eoy: paid three and a half $2.98 ,$10 Coats now 6.49 !?3 Skirt now (continued from 2nd page) MEN'S ODD PANTS a.j Loats now cents a pound for a cow that weighI ?10 $8.98 Skirts 3iu-S3.98 89cj $1 Pants now ,$20 Coats now ed G50, and paid from five to five Stringer, G C 55 acres $9.98 11 cm in ...! rams now r.. .l a iourtu cents a pound ror a Vanllook, L, 13 acres.... gjj 7- and ?i.io 2 MEN'S SHOES $1 .so dozen cows that averaged 900 Vaught Milford 1 lot 7 25 .o rants now CHILDREN'S SHOES r$l.89 . $2.98 2.50 Slu.es now pounds. Walls, C A. 70 acres 8 95 $4 Pants now " in s" lc t Shoe nou $2.48 i $3.98 I George D. Boone, has been buying Wesley. Gilbert 28 acres 7 10 $5 Pants now ?4 Shoes now $2.98 quite a lot of livestock around Ot- - Wesley, Jacob 137 acres 12 CO CHILDREN'S DRESSES Shoe- - now $3,48 BIG LINE OF MEN'S OVERALLS!-teiihenn. lie purchased a drove of 14 Williams, 'Elou, 33 acres ... 3 55 " i Worth from 50 to 75c now... 4. 33c Dro-o- ii e.,:fc ti RQ ! lions from A Moes, that averaged Young. Eph, 15 acres r "v ounc ..n yiwi j 10 00 1?i.nii..r .Wiin LADIES SHOES ?30 pounds, for which he paid six Grant,. Win. (nr) 70 acres... 4 S5 -- 2 Shoes now COMFORTS MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS cents a pound; from Gus Tschanz he Otte, Caroline, 50 acres 2 30 $1.43 j bought $1 Shirts now 79c $'.l Shoes now a fat cow, weighing 995 Floj'd, ITiirvey. heirs by S. G. $1.89 i We have a big line; worth $1.50 38c .! Shoes now pounds at a nickel a pound; Fred $2.93 16 55 50c Shirts now Elliott, 366 acres goat .89c heifer al Solum, Henry (nr) 50 acres 2 00 Gelz sold him a six cents; Henry Miracle sold him 06 Jewel. II C fnr) 80 acres... 3 05 Children's Coats we will sell below cost. All wool serge, regular 50 and shocks of corn at $1 a shock and Kims. Virgil. 26 acres 3 30 En-sl- in he bought from Mrs. Charles 75c per yard, now 37c. Poplins and novelty goods, regular 25c, now 18c. HUST0NVILLE WHITE 33 boss that averaged 115 pounds- 12c, now 8 c. Ashley, C L, 2 4 acres... 6 30 Dress Ginghams, 10c quality, now 7 c; Calico 6c yard, i at .six cents. I 'acker, G C, 1 acre 3 55 now 10 yards to customer, 48c. Bleached Sheeting, 9 1-- 4 width, 30c yard 14 45 Supervisors Complete Their Inn'ng. Brawner C K, 2 lots now 23q. Unbleached sheeting 25c, now 19c. Men's, ladies' and children's 2 Urow.li, Chas. 4 30 acre The Supervisors completed their Jim-tohosiery 10c pair, now 7c; 15c at & Hudson (balJ-2325c at 18c; 50c at 38c. Ladies' scarfs, work of going over the assessments 73 08 all kinds, from 25c to $1.50, now 18c and 79c. acres Buttons: Pearl, worth 5 and of the county Thursday and today Carrier, V, 8 acres 5 05 10c, now 4c. Complete line of Suit Cases, worth from $1 to $10, now 79c rs (those of the Stanford Chrisinun, Jlrs. Mary A. (nr) j district who were "raised" are ex-- I Men's and Ladies' Hats, all kinds, will sell less than cost. 10 acres 13 75 up to $5.98. plaining Avhy they d.d not give their Clarksou, S J (nr) 3 lots 4 IS This is the time to SAVE MONEY. You will save 50 per cent. Don't property in at a higher rate. Satur- Coffmam S W 3 acres 8 35 day the Crab Orchard people will Columbia Singletree Co. 1 lot 15 00 forget the date and place. have occasion to tell why and Aton-da- y Curd, Mrs. Minnie, 1 lot 16 0u the Ilustonville people will have Damerou, M. 11. (nr) 1 lot . . . . 1 97 their inning. The 30th, Saturday Diahon, Mrs. W L, 10 acres. . 17 55 week, has beeli set to hear com- Durham. T J, 25 acres 11:40 plaints from the Wayneshurg magis Fuell, Mrs. M, 2 acre 2 30 terial district. 3 00 Gibson, Fred, 1 acre 2 60 Gooch, Mrs. S. E. lot Goode, G A.'4S acres... 27 85 Greshani," Walter, 5 acres... 3 90 llorine, E B (nr) 400 acres.. 12 45 Goode, Wolf, acre 4 50 Junes. Fary Eliza, lot 3 90 2 150 Steele, Charlie, 1 lot Howard, E M, 50 acres 12 60 Goode. Sherman; 20 :) 90 Lucas John, lot 1 65 Toombs. Lucy, 2 acre 3 25 acres.. 4 50 Hoode, Willis Sr., Hughes, G. A. lot G acres Tucker, Vina, lot 1 G"3 4 50 Martin. John, lot 5 5b 1 7 05 Goode. Inches, Jno. S 3 acres . 0 45 McConnack. Geo. lot Phillis, acre.. 5 115 3 90 Welch, James. 2 2 acre-..2 95 Jackson. Lake, lot j Gordon. Alex. 5 4 acres... 00 McGill, Lee. 1 lot 5 C. 8 65 Kenney, T AV 230 acres Grnios. Joseph: 3 acres 3 90 Miller. Jas, 1 lot 103 iihiiMiiiiriif 9 60 Land. John T, 15 acres Helm, Tom, 5 acres 0 35 Oliver. Cha?. 10 acres and Mice 17 50 llocker. Will, 10 McWhorter, II W, acre 3 90 Owens. Willis, 4 acres sleres 7 40 Minks, Mrs. E. J., lot 2 30 Owsley. Alex. 12 Ifocker. Jas. 5 acres acres. 7 70 G G5 IT MUMMIFIES THEM. Minks, J. H. 50 acres. If linn, Geo. 2 lots Patterson, Lee; 90 acres.. Moore, Geo. W. grd Richards ' Huston. Will (Iml) S acres.. 5 10'Patton. Newman, 11 acres. take chances vrlth G S5 your fowls.? 4 85 beings, or live Harmless to human heirs. 13 acres 12 SO Proctor, William, 1 acre. . Jakin. Jake; lot 13 P 2 acres... 23 40 Bourbon Poultry Curs stock. Rid your place of these pests Shoemaker, Jarman, Lizzie, 12 acres. 4 OO.Uiffe, Bob, 2 acres. 1 G5 Is absolute and Quick death to 2 92 without smell or danger, urder a Pinsleton. G A. acre 3 f 0 ; Riffe & Jones, 4 acres Johnson. Richard; lot. A the cerms of roup, colds and 11 80' other lefect.oas diseases. A can today. Price 50c. and a .$1.00 a Smith. Mrs, M. J. 7 acres ... 2 30 Tones, G E: 20 acres.. 7 40 Robinson, Emma. few drops in tho dxickin? water 30 . lot kills the disease Rpnns and pre49 75 Jones Andy; 3 can or 03 pail $5.00. Postage paid. Smith C T. 12 acres SO 4 95 j Sandidjre, Geo. Sr.. 5 acres acres.. vents sickness. One5-T- bottlo 2 30 Jones. John, 13 Tiat corn is smara'ntccd to do all we Span, Mrs. Alice, acre makes 12 callon3 of medicfc:?. 3 90 Singleton. Os'-nr- . acres.. 7 acre At druzeists. cr by ma.I. 4 50 Jones, Abe, 4 acres r;. (mcikj paid. Valuable notil'rv postssiSc W- - USII NELSON. Lexington. Stautou, J T. 2 acres Sm!r - 30 Jim & Julia, acre t ( Ky. 8 35" Jones. Anderson Thomas. W D, lot 3 55 j Smith, Will. lot lot... 2:30 SSJLP - BOCiaON BEW7 CO.. Leiiilo It. 4 30 Trusty, Geo, acre 3 25 Walls, Jno. 10 acres, 6 00 Walls, W F, 1 lot 7 00 15 acres Walls. Bud, three-quarters JO-ac- re -lO-'ce- nt mules for $300. A. P. Sloan, of Hubble, delivered to Brown & Lawson, the Garrard buyers, a drove of 15 hogs last week, flint averaged 1(55 pounds, lie was paid $G.G0 a hundred for them. J. X. Gover- - on the Danville pike, sold to S. 1L Bauglunan' for spring delivery a bunch of 21 steers that will average 625 pounds, at seven of Garrard, &nd al of aged mulel to or Sick Headache, "Sour StomaJi, IJankiu last week, Sluyysh Lrier and BOrteia Bob Pettus, near IIubblqgave iney work While You Sleep Lee Eankhi $300 last week' for a pair of horse mules. box. Get a Mrs. Lieeie Wood sold to T. W. Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse Jones, eight hogs last week that your Liver Stomach and Bowels and averaged 100 pounds at six cents. will surely feel great by mornJop Rankin on the Danville pike, you ing. You men and women who have sold to Clarence Rankin, near llub-- l tongue, a bad cofd, mare headache, coated bie, a pair of bilious, nervous, upset, bothered n . 11. urowj IF CONSTIPATED OR iMILiUuii "CASCARETS' good pair B1y four-year-o- ld 10-ce- nt " three-year-o- ld with a sick gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. Are you keeping your bowels clean with Cascarets or merely forcing a passageway every few days wth salts, cathartic pills oi cntoi: oils' immediately cleanse Cascarets and regulate the stomach, remove aie Having bought a New Stock of Goods, we find it necessary to put on this Sale. As our stock is now crowded, we must sell the goods at the following prices in order to make room: THE BIG SALE Saturday, Jan. 23 For 0 Days Only. Beginning- on - 9 1 'l ." '. ." ." - ( I n. , 945-pou- I nd ! " " 5 1 -- v.ti. ! 035-pou- nd 3-- l-2- l-3- 1-- 4 lie; tax-paye- 1-- ....... The Bargain Store iALEM & SALEM, Stanford. 1-3-I 1- -2 RAT CORN L- -4 yATs ...... t Vf , 1 Shv-rleto- n. Wilcher, J W, 3 2 Yocum, Crine. 1 acre Yoenm, M II. lot 1-- acres.. 25 5 30 3 : 3 90 8 65 HUST0NVILLE COLORED 1-- Alcorn, D A, heirs, lot U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES EGGS CENTS WILL BUY BEEF, sir0in MUTTON, leg MILK PORK, loin Hi mm BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE BUTTER RICE POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR 1030 HKSEESKi 1030 1117 1185 1365 2025 2950 3040 MMMHMMMMIHBMflH 6540 Alcorn, James Sr. 1 2 acre 12 SO Anderson, Frank 1 acre .. 5 SO Armstrong, Geo. 2 lots 5 15 Armstrong, Jno. 1 lot..' 4 30 Bailey, Tom, 1 acre 3 So Bailey, Charlie, 1 lot 2 30 Bailey, Emma, 1 lot Bell of Lincoln Lodge, lot. . G 10 2 80 Brock Less, acre 6 00 Brown, Thos. 1 acre 1 G5 "Brown, Ed. heirs, lot 5 15 Brown, Mat, lot 2 30 Brown, Lyons heirs, lot 3 90 Gill, lot Bruce, 3 55 Bruce, Mollie, 1 2 acre Burdett, Jno. (bal) 22 acres 7 75 Bright, Lucy, 11 neres .... G 75 1-- ' LISTEN All persons having ortlesiring to place money in large or small amounts on savings will do well to advise with us before doing so elsewhere. Yours to Serve, Gapps, Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities V One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Baughman's No. 1 flour from your groeer. "This will help reduce the high cost of living. Carpenter, heirs. 1 acre Cloyd, Mariak heirs, 11 acres Cloyd, Nancys 2 acres Cloyd, Alex 1 acre Cloyd, Almira. 1 lot Durham, R C (adm) lot Floyd. H F, 18 acres Givens. Mrs. Anderson. 2 ac. Goode, Bud or Ernest; lot.. Goode. Frank, lot J M, 5 acres 7 2 2 1 2 70 20 30 05 30 2 3tf 2 30 5 80 2 95 fi 45 7 05 State Bank & Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky X w J. H. 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