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The iNfEkiOR J OURNAL Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky Tuesday. January 26, 1915. Whea tiiij Paper Stops Date ObYoar Tim up Watch the Label (&&P is ml Renew Your Subscription Promptly. Established 1860 55th Year No. 8. i TOBACCO MEN WORK HARD x Tuesdays and Fridays v " At Danville To Get Good Prices But S36.00 Paid at the People's House to J. I. Eason, of Garrard County, Much Poor Weed Is Offered vfho Makes Big Average. .floble Christian Woman Peacefully Much Rivalry Over Route to Line And Two Roads May Be Built Passes Away Here Early Prominent tobacco men of DanI. ville who are closely in toch with the W. H. Powell. oKWashington County, Receives the Grand Average of Morniny. Sunday This Way This Spriny with the market, declare that the I S17.24 Per Hundred For His Crop. J low prices of which some Lincoln Just at the dawn of the Sabbath j Pulaski county good roads boostj county growers have been complain.morning, on January 24th, the soul ers are planning big things for the People's House Has Largest Week's Sales Sice Opening Its Door$ For ing, have been due entirely to "the of one of God's own good women pike which they propose p build poor quality of the weed' which has ! Business Total of 600.000 Pounds Sold LastWeek iu the place pre- from Somerset to the Lincoln county went to eternal rest ' been offered and to the general low j ? love iliui and line, says Ed Morrow, of that city, pared for those who trend of market on, such quality of; BIDDING SPIRITED, PRICES belieo on His Son. After a long who passed through Lincoln county HIGH AND NO REJECTIONS stuff. They say that comparisons! period of invalidism, the soul of Mrs Sunday en route to his home from will show that much better prices JMollie W. Xunnelley took its Jliglit Lexington. Mr. Morrow, who is the have been realized on the Danville Figures For Entire Crops as Sold on Floor W'th No Padding to realms above, and Stanford has leading candidate for the republican breaks, than at Lexington or other Jost one of its noblest and best n, nomination for governor is himself tobacco markets m this part of the Willi thc market steady and prices lno pounds at who knew her, ail enthusiastic good roads advoeate beloved by all .11 cents' state. They say that the report that rising, thousands and thousands of So Dounds at .10 cents and esteemed bv tlie whole commu an is doing ecrything he can to setobacco has been moved iroin one pouutis of tobacco were bold at thc nity for her long life of good work's, j cure them for his home community. AVERAGE $13.71 house to another in Danville in hopes Peoples Tobacco Warehouse on le Mrs. Xunnelley's passing out was lie said that there has been great of securing better prices is erronestreet in Danville last "week. as peaceful and as quiet as that of rivalry over the proposed route from Burton and Smith, o Garrard ous. a little child sinking olf to slumber. Somerset to the Lincoln line. The 'the growers, realizing that the high- - county sold the following baskets: All who have been on the Danville est prices paid in Central Kentucky so pounds at She had long Won willing and ready people iq) the Science Hill, Eubank 12 cents. House were being received at this house 3(jn pounds, at to go, but though she had been so ill way seemed to believe that as theirs j breaks, either at the People's 13 1-- 2 cents ' or at the Danville house bear wit came from far and near with their 330 pounds at for some time her loved ones- had not vai the logical route, all they would 13 1-- 2 '"cents ness to the fact that no tobacco holdings. Quantities of the. weed 335 pounds at realized that the end was so near have to do would be to sit still, and IS cents warehousemen ever work harder wer0 received from Mercer, Garraid, 320 pounds, at and her. death came as a great shock the road would come their way with12 cents anywhere to secure good prices for Lincoln, Jessamine, Casey, Marion. 1300 pounds at to tliem aid her hot of friends. out an effort. An investigation show11 4 cents Ik-- son Anderson T. Xunne'.Icy was their patrons than dg Col. Ike Washington and Boyle counties The 543 pounds at ed, however, that the proposed pike .14 cents Dunn or Henry Bright. They do all raisers were all entirely satisfied j 443 pounds at at her bedside when the end came, out of Somerset could be deflected .13 4 cents in their power to boo.t the buyers vith the price obtained and tickled 253 pounds at and her other son. James R. Xunnel-leS cents a trifle toward the east, and come up, and make it a personal matter to to death with the courteous tieat-meFort Worth. Texas, wa5 at Into Lincoln via Ottenheim, and on of AVERAGE $12.67 get the best prices they can for paoiit'e wire for and arrived today in to Stanford or Crab Orchard that received at the hands of Col time for the funeral, which will bo way. The people in Pulaski along trons. "One tobacco man sad: Dunn and his efficient force. Th" Andrew Devine, of Boyle county, lielj from the family residence on that route immediately got busy and 'The American Tobacco Company recoid for the season, was eclipsed sold the following1 baskets: "Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock subscribed a fund amounting to the big Tobacco Trust, as it is when J. L Eason, of Garrard county 343 noutids jit 14 4 cents conducted by her pastor, Dr. M. D. something like $11,000 to help build known, is what is responsible for received 3G for a basket. lie "mdeo WUnd5 at . .10' cents K.rly of (he liaptist church. Inter- the niko bv them insf-pnthe poor prices for Aveed that is a splendid average on his crop as dull :J03 ,u,umU of tlin .13 1-- 4 cunts at really good. The warehouse proprie- W. H. Powelb of Washington, who:.(i0 po iU cut will follow in the Buffao Spriii" Science Hill. Eubank route. "Vwrenl .14 4 ccuts Cemeleiy. The pallbearers will be: this became known. tne residents of tors work their heads off to treat made a grand average of $17.24. Will JL"i pounds at at IL 4 cents Active: V. O. "Walker. J. II. Paxton, the latter section became alarmed their friends right, but the buyers Floyd of Garrard, sold about 3.000 SO pounds 14 cents at W. M. J. X. Mejiefce- Sr., an, went to Somerset in a hurry, from the American and other com-- J pounds at $13.21 per hundred. Tk 403 )OUI,ls ;U 11 cents "TV. B. O'Banuon. J. C. Florence: and .ked what they should do. They panies, which are more or less un- congestion 01 nie past iew nays uas ..j- .10 4 ccnte j,,,, at Honorary: T. W. Jones. E. C. Walder its dom nation, are the ones "who been relieved an,l the employes aixMono pounds at wri' told to ;ret busv at once and 4 cents ton, T. D. Xewland. J. S. Bnimli-ma- raise have to pay the price and they pay reacy to wiuu on juu, .. uuum-- .m. a subscription of about $10,-00AVERAGE $11.25 E. T. Pence- - Jr., W.II. Wea-Te- n. just what they want, and can't be careful treatment is assured everyand that the Somerset people forced by anyone to give more. 1 one. The fiiriires nn tlio crops adHON. M. M. LOGAN. would double the amount, whatever Robert Hntchesoii' of Garrard Mrs. Xnnnclley had spent 77 it was. and two pikes would be have noticed m the Lexington pa- vertised are &r the ENTIRE CPtOl'S built The Hon. M. M. Loga" Makes His h is a favorite in hoin it was long county sold the following baskets: years of useful life upon this earth. pers that there has been much more as sold on iloov, with no paddings. out of Somerset. . . 14 cents ago learned, "no trust would be mis- complaint made there by "the growers Among Official Announcement for OfShe was a daughter of Gen. John many high averages re - , 2Jo pounds at the It is undersstood that the Pulaski 220 pounds at cents , ., 2 a native of Edmon- - f than has been heard in this part of placed, lie is ...14 11 Tribblo. a member of one of Madi-fto- n i fice of Attorney-Gener- al people by local mpseription and apcoiveu me xonowmg are gicu m ui , 3bo pounds- at 4 t son county, "hei. he acquired the the state. In fact, the growers there , cents ...16 j county'? mot prominent fami- propriation have secured something 340 pounds at 17 4 cents foundation of his education, and, as are now planning an organization in tall: lies. One brother. A. J. Tribble. of like $25000- which added to a sum .Popular Assistant Attorney-Gener- al . . .IS cents 2 a young man. first practiced law, his the hopes of being able to control j V. il. Powell of Washington coua- -' '500 pounds at "Madison, still Survives. In 1857 she of like amount that they will secure Preparing to Make Strenuous p m's ' IS cents chosen profession. While yet a the supply and price in some legal tvwas married to Phillip P. Xunnellev. from sold the following baskets : rood road fund. the Campaign for Office ' 20 cents pounds at promising barrister he exhibited way. Danville market has steadily They resided for a time in Pulaski Avill give state's cents 1 4 330 pounds at them sufficient fund to 19 4 cents ' 400 pounds at those traits of character and ability shown better prices for weed thau and Madion counties, but came to bring the- pike to Jo cents 100 pounds at the Lincoln borders, , . 20 cents ERASKFORT, Ky., Jan. 13. Mr. Avhieh have been characterized thru-o- Lexington. But there is no way to . . . i4o pounds at Lincoln county in 1S78 and made j iOU POUIUIS at I" 1 and Ibis .rive- - the hurtling metropo- Logan made --formal announcement of)n 1-- 2 cents his entire career. Many impor- get a big price for anything but the 2C0 pounds - u !"""" at .. ...11 This their home for the rest of their OI (.(,nk at lis of the mountains, direct good . . .14 4 cents ojo pounds at natural lives. To this union- - six roads connection with Lexington and of his candidacy for the Democratic tant cases have been entrusted to his very highest class product and try 410 pounds at 20 cents 475 pounds at . .'.14 2 cents care, and in all his dealings he has as they will work as, hard as they nomination for Attorney-Genera- l, children were born, of whom only 10 2 cents 315 pounds at other points in the blue grass. 255 pounds at 35 2 cents subject to the August primaries, lie' been fearless in the discharge of his do in the interest of their friends, the two named above survive. Few AVERAGE $17.24 535 pounds at . . .11 cents 4 : j duties. lovsays men ever had a more devoted or the managers of the Danville wareConsecrated New Church at East 34.1Q 250 pounds at . Mr. Logan has long been promi houses are unable to make the buying mother, and in her old age. they "1 am a candidate for Attorney- Bernstadt. AVERAGE 514.15 J. I. Eason of Garrard county, sold were stalwart pillars upon which General subject to the action of thejnently identified., with some of the ers pay more for the weed than they Rev. J. G. Bosshart, the popular Democratic, mimarv to -in she came to lean Aith loving de- 'frtba"el'i ' has the . full o wingU)askeis4 P""J I'the'staTc, amfa aV evidence of the wish" Good? colfriy .10 eents Rogers and Ruble- - of Garrard ,pendence. They have the sympathy "j&iHSLiS1 ut theOttcuUifelJJSg-ibrought good prices at Danville ay 00 pounds at , county, sold the following1 baskets : 14 4 cents T?u11 cofil3oTence"oT"a wide circle otr and Gruenhem German Reformed e of Attorney General is! esteem in which he is held by his along. Growers are getting good 270 pounds at .14 4 cents 210 poundss at . . 50 pounds at .13 2 cents, friends in their loss of their best churches, went up to East Bernstadt .n highly important position in tht. brother lodgement it will ,be noted prices every day for the high-cla.14 4 cents 275 pounds at .12 4 cents Sunday and a new Commonwealth and should be tilled! tl.at ht. is the piesent Grand Master stuff, and will continue to do so. GO pounds at friend on earth their mother. .14 4 cents 31. pound-- - at .13 4 cents In early life- - Mis. Xujinelley gave church building, which the congre- by a man of experience and ublity. Pj i, the Kentucky Grand Lodge. Inde-hav- e nd meanwhile Danville will continue 03 pounds at 21 cents j 310 pounds at .12 4 cents her soul into the keeping of her Sa- gation there has just completed. Bev. Fellows. His to bo the bet tobrcco market in this 195 pounds at d now served as Assistant Attor-- 1 pendent Order .19 4 cents' ;i()0 pounds at vior, and to lew is given the grace Bosshart frequently preaches at ney for more than three, years and devotion to his public and private part of the tate with the most ac- 175 pounds at .13 4 cents .10 4 cents j jr, pounds at ... .12 4 cents to live as close to their Lord as Kast Bernstadt arid is much in de- during that time I hae given to the life duties has not been more marked commodating and obliging men at the 205 pounds at 30 cents 295 pounds at ... 50 pounds at" 13 cents' did tlii- - saintly woman. She joined mand for services "there, lie went Attorney General such assistance as than his loyalty to the great "three head of the bii'une." S cents 270 pounds at 2G5 pounds at 10 coats tho Baptist church in early life, and Sunday a- - representative the itis been in mv power. In all thiniss ' links' fraternity. In fact- the of 3 2 cents 305 pound at . .7 75 pounds at 4 in its Synod of the Southwest of the Gerher consecration and devotion ccntis love and truth, SET REGULATORS A HOT DISH of friend-hi- p have striven to do my best, and t 380 pounds at ..G 4 cents work toward hastening the Master's man Reformed church. The conso- that 1 hae given nry full time to .il all tlunus, nave a strong appeal AVERAGE$I4.22 j U Kingdom wa- apparent to all 20 pounds at $8.10 ciation services were held Sunday the state is known by all who have with him, in practice as well a in Former Lincoln Man Hands It to 'Em AVERAGE $11.15 came to know her. She was indeed morning at ten o'clock, and "a large had business with this department. theory. county, Will Floyd, of Garrard In Western Kentucky a Mother in Israel and will be surely congregation was present to witness By reason of 1113' experience in the sold the following baskets: TiU popularity has grown steadily ' missed in everv rood church work an,; luKer ami lrisier, oL .Mercer coun- take part in thc. impressive cer- office. 1 fcel without laying myselC and his seleclon as Assistant Attor.9 4 cents 1G5 pounds at Xews comes" from Western Kenty sold the following baskets: and every worthy endeavor. She emonies jo cents' open to the charge of being unduly ney General has always been consid343 pounds at Cox formerly 'of 11 cents . was truly a good woman- - a devoted .14 1--2 cents 205 pounds at egotistic, i may claim to be bettei ered as a reward for sterling ability tucky that Joe P. of 45 pounds at Lincoln county, and a mother, and one of thc. Lord' owi pound- - at .10 4 cents Mrs. Perry Entertains Rook Club. lltted to Jill the position than any .13 4 cents 210 of which the citizenry may be proud. lion. B. B. King- of Morelaud, and JG0 pounds at anointed. 13 cents pounds at Mrs.G. G. Peny was the hoste.-- - man who will, candi- Ife has done great things for Kenbe a ..14 cents'0 235 pounds at who is now a coal mine operator in 240 pounds at .13 4 cents of tho l?nnk Club m. Inst. Tlmrwl.-i.10 4 cents date, although such candidate may tucky, and now is asking to be allow170 pounds at jn- -t had Mr. Cummins To Go Into Wholesale jaflernoon at her home .13 2 cents n possess the same, or even greater ed to perform even gi eater services that part of the state, has 12 cents f00 pounds at 223 pounds at a rather interesting and exciting ex2fi0 pound at .12 4 cents Shoe Business. street. Quite a number of the mem- - legal ability than myself. .13 4 cents 280 pounds at and fulfill an even greater position perience with the "possum hunters' 295 pounds at .12 1-- 4 cents Mr. James F. Cummins, who had hers being absent, their places were .14 cents I 430 pounds at 'There will be much important of trust. who have been endeavoring to reg140 pounds at 10 cents been in the gents" furnishing busi- - filled by the following guests: Mes-nestill pending at the expira.12 cents His announcement is regarded as ulate all grievances, real and imag- 1S5 pounds at 8 centsr cents'210 ponntls at in Stanford lor many years un- - dames Carroll Shanks, Alfred Pence, tion of this term which I have helped exceptionally "straightforward .19 2 in its ined down in that country for some 210 pounds at J 10 pound- - at .... i' 4 cents 'Torn Pence, James Wright, E. J. 10 prepare lor inai. 1 woum line io til he sold kis stock last "fall to . .10 cent 175 pounds at np,,enl rflKi characterized, also, bv AVERAGE $11.25 Phillips and Phillips, ha- bought a Brown and Misses Esther Burch and 'ok after this .litigation until it isjtje lnodesty wllieh ig on(J o the time. It seems that these Vigilantes prepared to athalf interest in the Baynham Shoe i Sue Rout. At the conclusion of the finally concluded. Thc people of the, .ippcaHns qualities ofvtho man. His NEWS OF THE CHURCHES tack the offices of Mr. Cox's coal Mrs. Will Dunn Passes Away Co., whose office, is 1405 Stark j game a delicious two course luncheon State should select an Attorney f 1$ llIs onfmnw :nfft company; anj in some way he lcarn-t- d Rev. J. G. Livington will preach at Mrs. Kathenne Redd Dunn died Building. Louisville. This company j was served. Mrs. J. B. Foster made General for the same leasons and! the light for the nomination and tho of the time He and another: man Pine Grove next Sunday at 11 o'clock at l2r llome at Crab Orchard Mon-i- n every with the same care, that a person prediction is being freely made is an established one and for some the hinhe score. winning that tha morning. Sunday school will, j.iy morning at nine o'clock after a time has been the State distributors game. selects an attorney to look after his he will b numbered among the win- armed themselves and hid in the j of be held at nine o'clock. bushes nearby. Soon th0 band lengthy illness. The deceased was private business. I am willing to be ners when" the final tale is told. for the Knox Shoe Co.. of Milford, 1 midnight marauders appeared and -, 2S years of age and was united in Dix'e Rook Ciub Mass. Mr. Cumminss will have measured by this standard. The only Ladies' Aid Society of thc Chrisdropped a dynamite bomb on the tinn church will meet Saturday af--' marriage to Will Dunn about seven charge of the office and will make ani At the legular meeting of the promise I am going to make to the Should Seek That Variety. company's office building, and then Wnoon at 2:30 at the church. And a half years ago, and to this trip for his house. This;!,. Book Club List week, Mrs. Shclton people is that if I am elected I will ' When Eve ate the apple she at Cox an,i his friend opened fire on one little daughter, ; happy union business deal will necessitate Mr. Sauiley avus hostess. Besides the do my duty uninfluenced by fear or iaiire attendance is desired. once had a desire to put on more them with their howitzers, killing-severaLouise, was born. Mrs. Dunn was a g or favor. Cummmss and his good family Icav- - j regular members, there were two The law will b0 faithfully of daU;l,ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Rev. J. L. Claik, President .i The tire was returned tables of players, the guests be enforced insofar as it is in the pow- clothes. Some of the twentieth cenStanford which will be unwel- College. Avill'Keddj of Cral, Orchard. She was a and Mr. Cox is said to have Kentucky Wesleyan come news to their legion of friends j fug Mesdames G. G. Peiry, E. J, er of the Attorney General to en- tury ladies ought to be interested in caught a ibullet in one of his legs preach at the Methodist church next devout Christian, having been a that particular variety of apples. here. Some consolation is found, Brown. A B Florence, James Harris, force it,. which laid' him up for a shoit time, at 30:45 a ra. voted member of the Christian however, in the fact that they will Will Clark and John S. Baughman. "Ajiy support that may be given Cvnthiana Log Cabin. ne is said to 'have given the would-b- e Rev. Manford, of Lexington, will church r mY years. It is said not move awajr before May. Misses Esther Burch Bdllc Den me will be gratefully receved.' an(i regulators such a warm recep- preach at the Hub: Christian that "one knew her but to love her. The Hon. M. M. Logan might Just- Waynesburg Lodge, 384, I. 0. 0. F ny and Sue Rout. Mrs. James Hax- tion, however, that they have not Resolutions. Sold Small Farm. church 'next Sunday, Jan. 31st, the Besides the sad husband, daughter ris was the winner of the. guest prize-- j ly be recognized as the logical sucsince attempted anj monkey busi- fifth Sunday in the month. All are' an1 Pfti cuts, two sisters Mr. M. M. P.ddic Harris, son of Jack Craig and Mrs Hays Foster and the hos cessor to Attorney General Garnet t. Since God in His infinite wisdom hVv and Mrs. Frank Robbms. will beheld at 11, Harris- who is at home on a fur tess made, the highest scores .among from the fact that, as assistant in has takq'n from our midst our be- ness around his plant. invited. Sen-ice-s somv puc W' JU members Kefreshmonls were that office. he has shown himself a loved brother, Cicero C. Gooch, we lough from the standing army. hav-U. o'clock a. m. to mourn that she is no more. Fnn- Round-Tri- p to Exposition ing done service in the Philippines, served at the conclusion of games. tireless and- - thoroughly efficient bow to His will, knowing that He $70.25 for Pruycr meeting preparatory to the er.,i serviccs were conducted at thc Avorker for, the welfare of the Com- does'all things well. Therefore be it Sims, his farm of 40 sold to Henry Agent Rice has received from Revival Scrices will be held at the home at two o'clock Tuesday Boy Dies of Heart Trouble. monwealth. As Assistant Attorney Resolved, That the lodge lost a faith- hcadquaters information stating that acres, three miles from Highland, to church Wednesday eve- - noon by Mr. J. C. McClary, after 'Henry Sims for $500. Miss Ella May Saunders went to General-- ho also has received the ful member, his friends a loving the round-tri- p rates from this city ning at 7 o'clock. A large attend- - AVIileli the interment occurred in the Richmond Tuessday morning, called training which wonld make" him tho companioned the community a loy- to the Panama Exposition will be ance is hoped for. The Committee Tedd burying ground. Much Bought No Drugs. there by the new of the death of most valuable man whom thc people al citizen. Be it further Resolved, $70.23. This gives the purchaser the all the churches will son could entrust with the head of the that a page in our records be dedi- privilege of going one route and visit the homes Jand business houses ylv goesout to these loved ones in Dr. J. B. Smith writes from Kings Marion Ballard, the their sad bereavement. Mountain that he did not buy Dr. T. of Mr. and Mrs. Blan Ballard, whd State's legal department. cated to his memory, a copy of these coming another. For instance go the of Jhe city on Thursday afternoon Mr. Logan is well and favorably resolutions scut to Mrs. Mattio IL Singleton's stock of drugs but are bery well known here. The lit- northern route by Kansas City and from 2 to 5 o'clock for the purpose Unanimous Choice. thiit he bought his property at Mc- - tie fellow had. been a sufferer from known throughout the State, and Qooch, his wife, a copy to the Ken- - return the southern bv New Orleans. of sivinir a personal invitation at ''Colonel W. P. Walton of LexingKinney and will take possession heart trouble for some time, and it professionally, socially and personal- - itucky Odd Fellow and the Interior r The tickets- - are jjood for three each home and place of business toi ton, was the unanimous, choice of "I carry at all was directly the cause of his death. about April Journal for publication. E. L. from date of sale. all to attend the Revival Services at thenewspaper men for the DemoDangers of a Cold. limes a complete assortment of He was the third son of Mr. and berry, A. B. Morgan, T. S. Reynolds, the Presbyterian Church next week. cratic nomination for Secretary o Do yon know that of all the min- Committee j drugs and dispense same to my pa Mrs. Ballanh who have the symCougIl Medcfne for children State and if the' press has anypathy of many friends in their loss. or ailments colds are by far thc 'tients, adds the doctor. Billiousness and Constipation Cured thing Ike 'the power it is credited most dangerous? It is not the colds Pleurisy pains are located just be- Never give a child a cough medi-lok, If you arc ever troubled with bil- with, Col. Walton ought to win in a James Long, of the Newby section themselves that you need to fear, Lame back may come from ribs. Lumbago nf- - cine that 'contains" opium in any the short cold settled in the muscles of of Madison county is dead, aged 31. but the serious diseases they so fects the same region but toward form. When opium is given- other liousness or constipation you will be jog." Ex. interested in She statement of R F. often lead to. For that reason every the back. BALLARD'S SNOW LTN- - nd more serious diseases may the back or from disease. In the two The liver loses its. activity at , Long experience has demon-cas- e. Erwin, Pern, lad. "A year ago last Heartburn, indigestion or distress cold should be gotten rid of with the is the remedy in oithor low. former cases the right remedy is -or winter I had an attack of indiges- times and needs help. HERBIXE is s Hod that there is no better BALLARD'S LTNIMEXT. It should of the stomach is instant relieved least possible delay. To accomplish If rubbed in thoronghlyit ost be rubbed in thoroughly over the by HERBINE. It forces the badly this' you will find ,Chamberlains pain, relaxes the muscles and tho safer medicine for coughs, colds tion, followed by billiousness and an effective ljver stimulant. It aln y. constipation. "Seeing Chamberlain's purifies thP bowels, strenghtens diaffected part, the relief will be digested food out of the bdy and Cough Remedy of great help to you. patient can move about freely and and croup in childen than , Price 25c, 50c nrd Iain's Cough Remedy. It is equally Tablets so highly recommended. I gestion and restores strength, "vigor prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c. restores one in the stomach and Tt loosens a 'cold, relieves the lungs, adults. -- Try it. It con-Dr- bought a bottle of them and thoy and cheerful sr.irits. Price 50c. Sold, aids expectoration and enables the $1.00 per bottfe. Sold by Shr.gar's .valufible-fo- r HO c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by bowels. Price i50c. Sold by' Shugars Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Drug Store, Stanford, &LyneBros., system to throw off the cold. For Store Stanford, & LyrfP Bros.,, tains noopium ,or other harmful helped me right away." For sale by by Shiigars Drug Store, Stanford &JLyne Bros., Crab Orchard. all dealers. Crab Orchard. drug. F,or sale by all dealers. sale bv all dealers. Crab Orchard. v Tjvnc Bros., Crab Orchard.' .. -I wo-jue- PULASKI TO PUSH PIKE .MRS. MOLLIE NUNNELLEY TO LINCOLN AT ONCE CALLED TO HER REWARD Announces for Attorney General " TOBACCO BRINGS BIG PRICE j Per-ryvil- , - ! , 3-- r 3-- y. nt 1-- ! 1-- 3-- Bi-igh- t, - 3-- n. 0. -- 1 3-- -1 1-3-- 1-- - 1-- - 1 3-- - ut ,. 'n 3-- --1 , 3-1-1-- 1-- . 3-- '"The-offic- .' 1-- 1-- 1-- ss con-ecrat- ed 3-1-- 3-1-3-- of-Od- 3-- 1-- 1-- 1-- - 1-- 3-3-- - 1-- son-in-la- w 3-- 3-- - , v 3-- 3-- 1-3-- 3-- Jit-gati- on -- ss 1-- self-appoint- ed - ,,.. 6-- Dix-oecasio- -- l. i cx-in- Iioav-cvq- J i--a de-Sun- I 1 - I he Vn 'Htxi J -- after-Presbyteri- an syrapa-vcprcenti- ng 14-year-- ! lt. I : w .over--vtfor- fo-IME- (?liamber-comfortabl- ue -- -- - -- V -- 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. 1915. J 3 LAST CALL! The Enrollment Books of The Lincoln County National Bank's Landis' Christmas Savings Club Will Close Monday, Feb. 1, 1915. Don't miss this Last Opportunity to become a Member. All of your friends have joined and will have Money for Christmas. bidding their host and hostess an revoir, assured them that they had spent a delightful evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jesswein wish toannonee the christening of their home which is in honor, of their new daughter whose name is Lillian. Their home in future will be known as "Lily Place." "Mr. aaul Mrs". Gus Jesswein, Mr. Ed and Miss Bertha Jesswein visited at the home of Mr. and Mi;s. Jacob Jesswein, Friday. Gooch Corroborates Ard. Fred Gooch, of near Melinney was in Stanford .Monday and endeavored to learn how the report became started that he had said that Orover Ard who witnessed the Burton killing in the West End told him he was so drank at the time that he really did not know how it happened. In his testimony at the examining trial Ard denied that he had' ever told Mr. Gooch any such thing, and Mr. Gooch corroboiates his testimony. Mi. Gooeh says he has no idea how such report started as Mr. Ard did not tell him such a thing and he Underwear Remnants I WARM UNDERWEAR it is now. Cold, ice, snow, sleet and cold rains demand it. We can't exactly afford to give it away but we are going to make TOBACCO PRICES on it. Now Union Suits-a- nd you know Munsing is the bestunderwear irfade-s- old the nation over at $1.00, $1.50,' $2.00 and $2.50. Now what we have you can get at 70c, 90c, $1.25 and $1.50 a suit Can you afford to miss them? WRIGHT'S wool fleeced shirts and drawers, the heaviest of all underwear, $1.00 you know everywhere. Get what you need now at 65 cents a garment. Men's heavy cotton fleeced and medium weight ribbed shirts and drawers worth 50 cents any time, but the remnants we have left we close at 35c for one piece, or two pieces for 65c. Boy's 50c union suits in this remnant sale at 35c. We will charge these to good accounts but won't refuse the cash. look-Mun- sing VllCClp Y CX J If ever ere was a time when men needed J? Don't Waitr-Ac- Lincoln County National Bank, t I NOW. if Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky . I never told nnyone that Ard had. KIDD'S STORE Your correspondent would add his to Stanford's "welcome back" to Ed Walton. Then a citizen of the old hamlet beside famed St. Asaph, my introduction to a modest, manly young Chesterfield just out of kiltb. morning after arrival at his new home is one of the freshest memories. That he immediately compelled affection, admiration and confidence of associates was a matter of course and when managerial hustling for Interior Journal expanded his ''territory' Ik; diffused a charming flavor avo Itiibcs had never associated with the high and mighty, autocrats of tripods and printers' ink. Shelton has most admirably maintained the exalted standard you transsferred. but ac missed you I'.d. Welcome' And thrice Avelcomc Madame Maud Mnrcuin Walton, of whose charming personality I know. The lure of old Casev's hills and hollows is too impelling for her emigrants who continuously drift back home. Gcore,.- Cotirell and Brit- ' m ron Pcmberion are the latest adventurers to shake lloosier du- -t from their brogans. There has been no moving from our township. Tenants haA-- all and contentment is conspicu e re-rent- The Interior Journal OF IMPORTANCE TO YOU. In order to conform to the requirements of the New Banking Law, and recent rulings of that Department, we will not be permitted to pay any overdrafts after February 1, II WALTON A & SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE Edftors and Managers. TEAK STrtlCTLY Entered at the postoffiee at Stanford iteond class miil matter. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized candi- to announce the following dates for office, subject to the August, Democratic primary m 1915 : H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY EAT CABBAGE, FISH, SAUSAGE, NEW BREAD No 1915. For this reason checks can not be paid after For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CJJAS. C. FOX of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney , E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle Couhty. R. W. IvEENON, of Mercer county., J. S. OWSIEY, of Lincoln County. HEARD ABOUT TOWN Indigestion.Gas, Sourness or Upset Stomach if You'll Take "Pape's Diapepsin" Try This I Flash Lights and Electric Lanterns We carry a complete line of Flash Lights, Batteries and Globes Also the new Electric Lantern that uses the common Dry Cell Battery for the farmer. Price $i,o that date unless there are sufficient funds to meet them. Lincoln County National Bank, John Owsley Reid, who has been sufferer from. "rheumatism for some a time, leaves tomorrow for Martinsville, ind. Mrs. Reid will accompany him. - Stanford, Ky. f omitted here. One transient returned Don't Forget- following day to learn Avhether or Judge W. M. Myers of Hustonville, not his hilarity avus boisterous or ofwho was in Stanford late last week, fensive, and make every amend. Sub-Soil- er stated that Mrs. Myers is in Denver Neither drunk scrap ' Col. with her tester, Mrs. Nannie the "town. --JS Wnrriner who is very ill. This' toAA-- is solid) for John Sam, and there hasn't been a man from l! Henry rD. McClure, formerly of Boyle, GarrrWl or West Lincoln here this county, but now residing at avIio didn't so declare. TRY ONE. I Downs 111., wanting something good Tho turnpikes convergimr at Libfrom his old home, ordered a barrel erty mav at some time have been of J. U. Baughman & Co.'s best flour morPv like a bad mud road but no- no games' no uelcn.ng' no eructawhich went forward last week. body old enough to remember it has tions of undigested food your head Ijinied up vet so far as discussion clears and yu eel ne' We will now sell our stock of Men's, Young Men's The I. J. good friend, John here has disclosed. The Avcathor and Uo now, make the best investm Hooker, near Jumbo avIio is also the fiendish Avar of Christian Euro),, you ever made, by gett.ng a larg and Boys' Knee Suits at Half Price. As we have one of the best democratic worker. ar, mere incidents of social discus fifty-vecas0 of Pane's Diapepsin in his part of the county, is bcii;-.- sion the turnpikes (?) and "what from any drug store. You realize 5i had a backward season, we have to make room now congratulated upon the arriAal of a did vour tobacco hrinsr?" are of five minutes bow needless it is' t for Spring Goods. bouncing young democrat in his area lev concern. sufer from indigestion, dyspepsia oi home. The lad arrived Sunday and any stomach disorder. Confidence in prophets., t1, Our Clothing Department is the home of Good, the jmdor editor of the I. J. was normally implie't has had a soA'ere honored by having the youngster i:u Almost spocif'c predictions about Robert Harrison, of Monroe counPure Wool Clothing, which we offer you at a big named for iiim, Shelton Saufley the Avar and Ave'ithrhavp nroved so ty, fell from his mule while drunk Hooker. Avide of the mark that avp deciples of and was d ranged nearly a mile. A loss. A large stock to select from. the coosrt hone and "round hog don't scratch on his face was the only George T. Wood, of Broken Arrow know Avliere avp are at. These prices are for 15 days only. v injury he received. Oklahoma, is "back home" for a Aveek or ten days Avith his wife and GREAT KIDNFY RFMELY SAVFS HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT family who came back to Lincoln TWO CHILDREN IN ONE FAMILY, from the Avest several months ago. The People's MarKet Place Advertise What You Have to Sell Mr. Wood left Kentucky for-- OklaAbout one year ago two of my homa several years ago, and has children buffered badly from weak A good pair of galvanized pipe done Avell farming in that state, but kidneys. They would have severe sleigh 1 runnel's at Y. II. lliggins says he hopes ere long to be able to spells of diziuess and 'were all run to live once more among return Jiere down in .health. I was just aboni LAND FOR SALE 78 acres near .God's people and in God's" country. discouraged. 1 tried several remedies Crab Orchard. See V. II. Mueller, tf finally a doctor, but they did Walter L. Jones who travels for and not seem to improve. 1 knew of a Wedding presents at Mueller's the American Tobacco Co.,' tells us friend who was taking Swamp-I- t oot Jewelry Store, Stanford. that he is "going after" the ten-da- y trip to New York that his company for kidney trouble with good results I decided to get some for the FOR SALE. Four lots on Land OF is offering to the Kentucky salesman and children. 1 had noticed that there, street, near Lancaster street, all who soils most tobacco for the big was some improvement after they joining. W. AY. MUELLER. tf lirm. He won the trip last year over had taken two large bottles and con- a field mid hopes to do likewise this give it to them until they LOST Money sack, containing .4 year. The contest ends July 1. f FRESHEST AND BEST one-ha- lf dozen bottles or $ 5 and & ky- - Reward for return 'Red J., is a great seller and T Hm roa& to recov- to E. II. Farmer. Stanford. 2 disposing oC a lot of it," said Mr. and were well on the ery. I think Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RoJones as 'ho tor of the popularity FOR SALE Six pairs of work has done more for my children j of that brand of tobacco. than any other medicine I have tried mules, for cash or on time. II. O. tf and recommend it to anyone having Baughman, Stanford, i CHAPPELL'S GAP. children that suffer as mine did. A very chick ahd entertaining SALTOXE is meeting with sucVery truly yours, was the party at the home of LISENBY,. cess. Try it on your stock.. W. U. R. W. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jesswein jriven 1 ', Dohtan., Ala. Higgjns. What I want to say is this: I want you to begin in honor of their sons, Messrs. Ed rersouaiiy appeared before me An examination for Common and Paul Jesswein's birthday, and Ihis 2nd day of July, 1909. R. the new year right by doing a portion of your tradSchool Diplomas will be held in in liono(r of their other' son, Mr. Gus Lisenby, who subscribed, to the above ing with me. My stock is fresh and good and my , Jesswein, who after an absence of statement and made oath tha No tribute is so appropriate the Stanford- - Jan.20, 30. G. SINGLETON, Supt. 2 ten years, returned home with his same is true in substance and fact. s a monument, cut from enprices are right. bride of five months. Mr. and Mrs. suring granite. It stands un-, A. W. Lisenby Notary Public NOTICE I will be compelled to Gus Jesswein came home the 6th af-altered, unchanged, preserving I place all accounts not paid by FebLetter to a memory through the long jtcr traveling five months on their ruary 10th, in Sheriff's hands for Dr. Kilmer & Co. years. j bridal tour. They expect to remain 2 collection. J. F. CUMMINS. Binghamton, N. Y. I invite you to see my work 'until the latter part of February , i and designs before you buy a when they will return to the north ' . SUITE OF ROOMS FOR RENT C. M'Ciary . west where Mr. L. Beazley & Co., OCULIST monument. Jesswein will resume Prove What u0 fronting on Main street in Lincoln I his work on the railroad. Mrs. Jess- ' For You OPTICIAN ' County. National Bank Bulding-steaHARRY JACOBS,..f ' ivrern is a southern; girl. of well-to-d- o Send ten cents to Dr1. Kilmer & heat, electrc lights, water and Stanford. Ky. mougJi for, tjie. pasfctf-Q-rycnr- Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sam-jd, people, tf janitor's servce. no'rthwe'sfc: Ikis bcctf'-ih'thEyes Tested Glasses Pitted size bottle. It will convince any with relativesi'MrJpsjYe one. You will also receive a bookPOSTED and Satisfaction Guaranteed inn, wooe ana won,ner. Une ofitra let of valuabble information, telling Mrs, Vrank Cordier,' Will Cordier : . important . ?. ..'Masons'. Meeting eatnres;ciHjp;ar$j about the kidneys arid bladder. When IT. C. Baughmnnr Gottlieb Benke, J UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED Office Over H. J. McBoberfs ,: . .JUHcpUk' Lodge No. 60 F. A. ja meets In was a delickmss cake baked by the writing, bo sure and mention the S. Hoccr, S. T. Harris, Jacob Gan Furniture flatting', Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB , m rtated communication on each first and third Store Mo?dar mchta of each month at 7 o'clock in bride whipli was served with other Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ceture Exchanged for all Kinds o'er, Mrs. Matfie Hewes., John R nail-o- n Office Phone 167. tfme Phene 35, Of Stock. refreshments. The party broke up and Kentucky p their 01 sitter Main etieet, Btanforl, Stanford, lodges fraternally invited to be size bottk's for sale' .A nderson, J. Frarfk Smith, Robert I tws - 10 :30 'prcjent. . aboutSTANFORD. KY o'clock. PHONE 42 STiHIFORD, KENTUCKY. Everyone in at all drug 'stores. . Jioehn. Silas Anderson- uho left here sev- - ous. It docs seem that the convivial jeral Aveeks ago to accept a position bacwith the Ford Motor Car Company element is proirreimr. The at Louisville writes that he is very chanalian feature of Christmas festivities Avas never so conspicuously much pleased with ,1ns position. NO WAR PRICES HERE. Clothing and Overcoats Now At Half Price. -- j"r m dis-Tnrb- e'il n into stubborn lumpb and caue a tick, sour gatsy stomach 1 Xow, Mr. or Mrs. Dispeptic,. jot this down: Pape's Diapepsin digests everythim leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything s safely quick, so certainly effective. X"o difference how badlv vour stom ) ach is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, but what will please you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stomacn so you cancat your Favorite foods without fear. Mot remedies give you relief some times they sire slow, but not sure "Pape's Diapepsin'' is (puck, positive ant5 puts your stomach in a healthy condition so the misery won't conio back. You feel different as soon as 'Pape's Diapeps.n" comes in contact with the stomach distress jus. vanishes your stomach gets sweet, Do some foods you eat h.t back taste good but work badly: fyrmen Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. You Can Attach Our To Any Steel Beam Plow. W. H. Hig'g'ins. nt " Field Seeds Only the Best ROBINSON'S. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 8-- Let the I. J. do your job printing GET YOUR -- Field Seeds T. D. NEWLAND Everyone Join the 1915 Saving 7-- ., Club by Trading With T?J!, S-- I ot L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky. 7-- -- Your Ear If You Please. I 8-- MEMORIALS. 8-- J ! -- 0,- -4 Dr. W. N. CRAIG I Geo. H. FarriS J. Kentucky- 8-- I Swamn-Root'-W- ill J. $ s e. 7-- e - -- nt Ky.--iie.- i one-doll- ar Vs M f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL.' STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915. MOTHER THE CHILD IS COSTIVE, BILIOUS THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanford, Ky., Don't Hesitate! A Laxavt've is Necessary if Tongue is Coated, Breath Bad or Stomach Sour No matter what ails your child, a LOOK OUT FOR SJ ! Will Pay You INTEREST on TIME DEPOSITS. Will Pay You 3 PER CENT. INTEREST, compounded on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Semi-Annuall- y, 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. O Saving, Like Spending, Is a Habit Mrs. Joseph Coffey has been very ill gentle thorough la.aue riiioulu ai- ,vay& be the first treatment given. If your little one is half-sicisn't resting eaLng ami. acting naturally look .Mother see if tongue is coated. This is a sine sign that ils little stomach, liver ana bow-r- ihen are flogged with waste. cross,, irritable, feverish, stomach som, breath bad or has stomach-- 1 ache, diarrhoea' soie throat, full of' cold give a teaspoonful of ''California Syrnn of Figs," and m a all the constipated poison undigested food and sour bde gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this nannies-- , "fruit laxatiivc'' because it never fails to cleanse the Spring Line Druggets a"d Wall littl,. one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dear-Paper. dy love its pleasant taste. Full d.ree- We hae just tccc ved our Sprint tions for babies, children of all ages and grown-up- s printed on each bot- line Druggets and wall paper. The tle. latest and newest th'ngs out. Call I'eware of counterfeit fig syrups. and so-- ' what we hove. PENCE & your druggist for a bottf tle of 'California Syrup of Figs;' II ILL. then ee that it is made l.y the Sims Stephens. Fiir Syrup Company.'' Sol Stephens, a railroader, whose A crew of surveyors is said to be Lome is at Wnynelivg, and Miss innnin a lino for a railroad from Dliza Sims also of that place, were Jellico to pine Knot. joined heart and hand last week. out-oi'-sort- .s, k, Severance Ad. FRIDAY. BIG SALE STILL ON. New Percales, Ginghams, White Goods,1 Laces, Etc. 7-- few-hour-s ! A-- k .30-ce- nt ''Cal-:lorn- ia G. M. LYONS Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN HWBWBBBMR WrMiHBB Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury pn-o I , for several days. E. D. Kennedy went to Frank foit today. ir IV lives and friends. with the homefolks here for the past Mr. J. II. Woner came over from two months, leaves Thursday i'or her Lancaster and spent Sunday and! lioine in Little Rock, t Monday with his wife. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Miss Mary Bailey of Crab OrMiss Minnie Gentry, of Mt. VerSochi Calendar non, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. chard, spent several days with Mis Bessi(j lloltzclaw. Jan. 27 The Woman's Club will J. Brown. Mrs. Pattie Faulkner, of Pueblo, Miss Florence. Carter is quite ill meet in the Club room at 2:30 o'Col., is the guest of her niece, Mrs. at the home of her parents, Mr. and clock. All members are urged to bo II. R. Saufley. j Mrs. J. M. Carter. present. T. D. Raney, who has been coii-- , CinJan. 29 Mrs. J. E Foster will be fined to his room for several wci'Us j Mrs. Margaret DeAtley, of cinnati spent a few days here with hostess of the Rook Club at 2 o'- v:is able to Ik up town Monday. Misg Ella May Saunders, en route ' His many friends mo glad to see' clock. On acouut jot' meeting at the A. T. Bromley, the well known insur-- , to Chicago. Presbyterian church next week, she Ashby M. Warren, of the legal de ance man able to h0 out again. will entertain on this date. ' Mis. Eliza CotTev has ' returned partment of the L. & X. has gone I 2nd-- The Rook Club will from Somerset where sh, va called on a protracted business trip to Feb. meet with Mrs. J. B. Paxtdn at t'wo by the death of her mother Mrs J). Wilmington, Del New Jersey, ami o'clock. Washington City. While at the capR. Rhoton. Feb. 4 Mrs.V.R. Todd will enterMr. Logan MVCall and little Mis? ital he will be the guest of his couDixie Rook Club at two o'- Sarah TTunn spent Monday at Mnr- - sin, Mrs. Julia Gill Barnard. tain the clock. Miss Alvira VanArsdale, formerly etslmnr with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. of this city but now living in LouisMiss Elizabeth Matheny left Mon- ville, is contributing some excellent French Remedy for day momiiur for Bowling Green Bu- - articles to the Louisville Times on the high schools sine College, where Ilei Stomach Troubles three month! course. she will take a contribution in of that city. paper Saturday's Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Badgetl near was unusually good. The leading doctors of France have Liberty, Casey county, are rejoicing for years used a prescription of vegeMrs. Lacey Not Coming -table oils for cbronic stomach trouble over the arrival of a 11 pound boy, who h:is been named Chester and constipation that acts like a charm. Mr. Shelton Saulley president oL One dose will convince. Severe cases the Woman's Club of Stanford reof years' standing are often greatly benefited within 24 hours. So many ceived a telegram Tuesday moininir A NOBLE OUTCAST. people are getting surprising results that from Mrs. R. II. Lacey, president of we feci all persons sutTering from conA drama in four acts will be pre- the State Federation of Women' stipation, lower bowel, liver and stomsented by th,. "Brodhend Hamilton-ia- n Clubs, stating that he will be unable ach troubles should try Mayr's Remedy. It is sold by leading Society'' at Crab Orchard to com(. to Stanford on Wedne-da- y druggists everywhere with the positive Springs, Thursday evening, Jan. 28. to deliver an address before the local understanding that your money will be 1!U. If you want to laugh, don't organization. Mrs. - Lacey sin let refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute fail to see "Jerry, The Tramp." Pro- that illness will detain her at her satisfaction. ceeds for a wc.rthv cause. home in Frankln. I I f j ' I I Me-Ca- ll. Won-derful Mrs.. Jvittie Hopper has been conMr. D. S. Rhoton. father of Mrs. as unwary will nrMy lostroj- tl of roell fined to her room i'or several day.s Eliza Coffey is up from Pulaski and iuiiili-t- i l.i ileraiiKP the whole sjMt'iu when 4'iilpntiK it tlirouj-'l-i tilt mucous Mirluc--- . Sucb l with grip. to spend some time with her. aniflr honIl net it I' umI except on a the tlnm:i?f i from rcpntablo Mrs. "Woodie Hale spent last week Uicy will Uo is ten fold to the Rood jou can J. L. Jones out on the Dudderar's (lerlva from thcin. Hall' Catarrh l"nre. in the country with her sister Mrs. manufactured ly F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O., Mill pike, has been quite ill for some contains no mereury. and K taken internally, Joint Lynn. upon the blood and mucous suraitins dinn-tlM. and Mj-s-. J. L. Mclvee RilTe time. faces of the In bnylnjr Hall's Catarrii you cet the penulne. It Is taken dire be sure Mrs. R. A. Asbury, who has been internally and made in Toledo. Onto, by F. J. were in llustonville today with rcla-- i ih?U-Iaii- . ioa-llil- y y . -- - - -- ... . . ,- """ - " &&' - - . i Cheney A: Co. Testimonials tree. 8old by Urncslsts. Price, 75c. per bottle. TaLe Hall's Family Pills fur constipation. lllll - The New 1915 Maxwell "25" is the biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1,000. Our production of 60,000 cars makes the new price of $695 fully equipped (with 17 new features) -- possible. "y"" 1. Here are the 17 New Features magneto. elliptic rear springs. 5. Tire brackets on rear. x Spring tension'fan. 7. Kingston carburetor. 8,Clear-Visio- n Wind Shield. for accelerator pedal. 9. Foot-re10. Tail lights, with license brackets attached. 11. Gasoline tank located under dash cowL 12. Crown fenders with all rivets concealed. high-tension 2. 3. 4. body. Pure stream-lin- e Adjustable front scat. Sims Three-quart- er st Head lights braced by rod running between lamps. 14. Famous make of d tires on rear wheels. radi15. Gracefully rounded, double-she- ll ator equipped with shock absorbing device. 16. Instrument board, carrying speedometer, carburetor adjustment, and gasoline filler. 7. Improved steering gear; spark and throttle control on quadrant under Steering wheel; electric horn button mounted on end of quadrant. 13. anti-ski- , i - si- - s -- . t- - w r - ; ""i II j really beautifully equipped car a car with real magneto a car with sliding gear transmission drive center control, a car "with practically every car feature for less than $1,000. Here it is Kere is a real automobile. Here is the easiest car to drive in the world here is the greatest hill climbing car in the world. Here is an automobile to be really proud o full-gro- wn five-passenger Automobile experts have refused to believe that anyone could produces left-hand high-tensi- on high-pric- ed 1 all-arou- nd LISTEN Millfll II III 111 With Electric Self-Start- er and Electric Lights rrvtdn 35V5S51 H i $55 Extra m . .i i H. C. CARPENTER, Agt. At Lincoln County National Bsiik, Slanfci d, Ky. persons having or desiring to place money- in large .or small amounts on savings will do well to advise with us before doing so elseAH - Holds the Road at 50 Miles an Hour m where. Yours to Serve, WI trtski - J mm i. kw w VSI W--. iW!j State Bank & Trust Co. ! Stanford, Kentucky 0 :i f i. :M tii .ii- - j: " i' -. J k.. ; fiFSSS Kari3tftr' JtZ&nf H.41. b 4 iwtt "' X "wtvvl ,i '1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. 1915. m STILL IN THE LEAD. The Highest Price Basket In Danville Last Week, & At Our House, Snapp & Kincaid, Lincoln, $30.00 For One Basket, The Highest Individual Average in Danville Last Week, an Average of $17.55 for Entire Crop. We Sold Over Half Million Lbs. Last Week Without any frictioneverybody satisfied. Remember, if you have the "goods," we can "get the price." few of the good averages this week, and there are others, follow: Lbs. The best auctioneer in Kentucky, admitted by every one. was handed to Mr. Bright, who is anxious to know the author. a pleased seller to "An Honest Man's Warehouse." spot-i- n A Price AvYge S3 K.. Thefollowing Jph. &&5k$5 TBJW- He is certainly Harvey and King, Boyle, 3,100 $389.91 $12.50 3 . ' Rodes and Divine, Mercer, 5,810 775.78 13.35 Davis and Duncan, Mercer, 2,355 296.79 , 12.61 Snapp and Kincaid, Lincoln, 3,40$ 598.41 17.55 ,tfmmmtmmmam I'HHHbBBHIBHhMBR . ''1.1 Hi. M. F. Germann, Boyle, 3,215 409.10 12.75 2Liz3&&iimmBm?rva'xrjc xsmzmttmam waBwsr ' :. -,, Langford&Rawlings,MaYn,l,180 272.02 15,05 Denny & Johnson, Mercer, 3,130 427.70 13.65 tafc j., 3,490 T. Y. Hudson, Garrard, 507.53 13.00 j" WT' p-- v .- There's A yellow Danville building stands there known Kentucky all over it's As the tobacco man's stamping ground. Around this yellow building Tobacco wagons throng day and night. And. Mr. Planter, if vou want a square deal, . "Drop in and see Mr. Bright. You find him there - building So drive up to He is as pleasant as can be. 1 th Xow Mr. Planter, Just one minute: liemcmber what we say, ., the yelVou briujr vour tl!-low building; They will welcome you today. They !ii there to Avait i -r ---t' .- S-- ? ir??5s. iSfesgSfeggg -- on yon, Mr. Planter, They are there all the time; So don't forget this warehouse They will save vou raanv a dime. '- It's the Danville see- "Warehouse, von Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED - J. U. Yowcll, of Ilustomille. sold Newhy'Here Thursday. bis tobacco to John Eads, last week 11. E. Xewby, of the Kentucky J. E. Wright, near Moi eland, ship- at eiht and a half cents a p.nind. Rural Credit Association Avill be in ped three fine grey turkey hens to J. J. J. Allen, of Ilu&tomille bought Stanford Thiusday at the St. Asapl- M. Crawford at Brodhead this week. 'JO hogb from Jim Allen that aver- Hotel, where he will be glad to meet who has been aged 103 pounds W. It. JJrumniett, ;?n'.20 a hundred. anyone interested in the concern he at J'aiinintr m Marion county "for the John Allen, of the West End, j represents and its proposition to the past year, has .moved back to Lin- bought Kentucky fanners. J a small crop of tobacco from coln and is on Dr. Peyton's farm. Mx. Urnmmett says he is mighty John Burton last week for which lie Negro Held Over To Biy Court. (paid close to 12 cents a uound. jilad to get back home. In the county court last weelc, j&ybeit T. Bruce took a couple of j Mr. Allen bought bought another Ben Harlan, the negro, who is load's of . tobacco to the Richmond , crop fioni Mfc. J. C. Barker at 12 charged with stealing a bridle and tobacco market last week, and ho!et.lll!s He is reported to have sold some harness from Grover Hester, &rtvs that be realized a good price was given 30 days in jail by Judge at Ab tents' a pound, lor his weed. One ot tbe Richmond! Bailey on a petit larceny charge for on the Somerset houses has been carrying an adver-- l' .,J the theft, and held over to the l,jk U0 d l)0"d of tobacco grand t in the 1. j for seeral jury on a house-breakiweeks. Read it in Friday's issue, j l? Sl)clth' the Lnucusler buyer Mon- - charge as it was shown that he had t,;,y poiuid J. C. Eubanks, oi Stanford, has ,lR,:bt at - seen cents a cents for his forcibly entered Mr. Hester's barn-Jtweed and two for the . the prize lamb story so far. He re- - . get the harness. Harlan is said ' ' orts that a ewe on his farm- north! to be wanted in Boyle county also r-jl,dSe yersf of Hustonville ' on of this citv, gave birtk to five lambs a 3teabng ekarqe. pouuds oi tobactJO last week "and that aU are ot good !?Id 7'?? size, healthy, and. doing fine. Can "amille breaks last week, that aver-an- v :led 9'44 a hl,11(lred pounds. This A diy hacking cough is hard on one equal thi-- 9 j the lungs, often causing them to W. P. Kinraid thfi rfAvnr Stan- - w:iS 01,I5 P,llt of his croP alld ,:'d 4'J"0 l,0l,uds st511 to S lo inar" bleed. BALLARD'S IIOREIIOUND ford business mail, who is connected SYR IT is healing balm that quickcet with. witj, tlie Danville tobacco warehouse ly repairs damage in the lungs and t1 rr i orminey, wno owns a iarm this season. old there vesterdav a lair passages. Price 2oc.50e and h 4.470 poinds of tobacco m anon county, brought in a crop of the tiue tobacco he raised on $1.00 per bottle. Sold by SlnupiiV he bought in Garrard county lJe Drug Slor Stanford, & Lyne Bros., and whieli brought him the good lt- - Ifc has the color' the quality and Crab Orchard. price of $10.25 "fler hundred, selling l,1(i size of leaves, some measuring ?A mahes, and if he does not get from S to .,0 cent'- per pound. WHEELDON'S STORE to" OL llie marKOt price- seems to Danville Met-nuer- . W. H. Williama has sold his farm either the warehouse at which he in this vicinity to Sam Howell of sells or the buyer will be at fault. t............M"lt"l"l"t"l"t-""- l The stock buying iimi of Mvers. Letcher county for $700. Born, to the wife of Hugh Taylor, -- IjYowell and CAN'T FIND DANDRUFF Eads, of Hustonville bought a bull from. J. C. Coulter-nea- a fine boy. AY. D. Warren runs his grist mill Middleburg, last week for which Every bit of dandruff disappears two days each weelc Tuesday and a f tcr one or two applications of Dan thev Tiaid four and a ouarter cents a derine rubbed well into the scalp with pound ; they also got a cow from Friday. Roy Wilson, of Illinois. ha-- sold bottle him at five cents, and a cow from the finger tips. Get a his farm near this place to W. G. of Danderine at any drug store andlJ. J. Myers at a nickel. They bought couple of steers from J. A. Ham-tio- Colson. save your hair. After a few applica-- a Edith, the little daughter of M. E. you can't find, a particle ofi,monds that weighed 1,700 pounds, and", and o& them to J. J. Allen for ship-th- c Wheeldon, is seriously ill at this dandruff or any falling hair, writing. ' will never itch. iTncnt to Cincinnati. Ethel Wheeldon and. two children of Brodhead' are visiting A. J. Wheeldon this week. Shelva, the little son of James Todd has scarlet fever. Ben Barron, of Alabama City, has moved back to his farm in this vi-- 1 cinity. The people of this part of the This Is The Year To Raise county art very much interested in the proposition to build a turnpike from Somerset to Crab Orchard. We have been informed that the fiscal court of Pulaski county has asreed j that the pike in Pulaski slmll ho Will sell you seed at $4.50 per bushel, and if you 1 FARM AND STOCK NEWS ! S-- !.--f "San i UM.-im.-ii- ng ' o - built on either the Stanford or the Crab Orchard road the matter oi which road gets the pike to be in favor of the on0 getting the largest donation by the people along the route. There ave several good reasons why Crab Crchaid load should get the pike. Eirst The Stanford paralells the Southern Railroad within a mile of same from Somerset to Wayne&burj; thereby giving the peopl0 along this road the advantage of do.ng their shipping and travel by rail an advantage of which we can not avail ourselves. county already Second Lincoln g, has a pike from Stanford to but no pike for the t east end people from Crab Orchard to Bee Lick, thi; also being on Rural Route No. 1 Crab Orchard to Bee Way-nebur- J of Mrs. Johnsons young brother. John Yanhook,' of Mr. and London, lnd. are on a visit with Mr. Yafahook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Myers. D. 0. Lewis, James Helm Jr. and ilarvev Hopkins took the Civil sr- vice examination which was held at Stanford last Saturday for Rural Il-s- - .......,.,.. didge kive returned to M. F. Col- was made the following day in the ! TO STOP "hpadqP.hf t .. . .ta " lege for the remainder of the term. Hustonviillc cemetery. Much sympat . thy goes out to the bereaved family. ...T1t Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Y. Johnson Mr. Ab'b Bishop and family will Headache usually comes from a called to Tenneswere unexpectedly shortly move to the Coffey property see last Aveek to attend the burial sluggish liver and bowels. If yon this year. T T ,..,.. .. for Mr. Jesse Routt of Detroit, Mich.f spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dodd Routt. Miss Lula Belle Routt left last week for Berea, where she enters school for the coming spring. feel bilious dizzy or tongue is coated and stomach sour, just get a 10- eent box of Cascarets to start your Jiver and bowels and your headaches will end. loutc Carners. We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mr?. ('. F. Coffey and family, who have located near Danville for the coming Mrs. Henry Snyder, of Somerset visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Singleton. "s TO THE PUBLIC male-to-order Produce Wanted ! I will still Lick. The Crab Orchard Route would be much' nearer for the people of Somerset and Pulaski county to Lancaster. Berea? Richmond and Third " -- sam-wbic- 1- -4 - - other points north and east and nearer to the Boone Way and almost nearer to Stanford. Fourth Lincoln as well as Pulaski has quite a lot of undeveloped land alone: this route and who could think of any thing better calculated a country than Good lo deveiop Roads. Excellent for Stomach Trouble "Chamborliin's Tablets are .iut fine for stomach trouble.'' write Mrs. G. C. Dunn. Arnould. Pa. "I was bothered with this complaint for some time and frequently had bilious nttneks. Chamberlain's Tablets afforded me crroat relief from fhe fir?t, and since takiiu one bot tle -- of thorn T fool like a different person." For snle bv all dealers. MORELAND. Miss Mabel McClnre began a thr'ee months school at this plfice, January 4. I represent the largest and best clothing house in this couyear. ntryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago, III, Miss Fannie Myers of Georgetown My experience in measuring and diI, visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. C. Cof- recting the making of your clothes, gives me tbe advantage over one who fey. will is not a practical tailor. If you Mr. John Bray and family have give me your order 1 will promise you iaken charge of the Moreland Hotel a square deal. You will get the worth "hich Aas recently vacated by Mrs. of your money, cither in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My fall S. C.- White. . ' to note the death of j and winter line of samples are now We are sorry Mr. Walker Routt, which occurred at j ready for your inspection. Call and his home near Peyton's Well on last) lr--t me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, Sunday morning. Interment was The Practical Tailor. " . continue to buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES a the Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. Phone 203. u-- 5 H..tH"-"""t"""- "" r Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES EGGS BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, lea MILK PORK, loin 25-ce- nt ns " ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY 385 410 tm 445 - Mi FARMERS, NOTICE ! loads of lumber have rceently shipped from this been point in the past few weeks. After spending the Xmas holidays Avith homefdks, Misses. .Mary and Margaret Hanson and Laura San- -' Several-car i - ' l..-03- 0 1030 BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE RUTTER POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR v IM7 N85 1365 2950 3040 6540 HEMP: - wmmmammammmam i i i Public Sale of Land. I will sell at tha cotnt house door in Lancaster, Ky., on Energy--Muscl- e and Strength Giving Qualities i prefer, we'll accept note for same, payable when ' crop is marketed; Highest market price paid, for vyour crop at our ' 'J warehouse in Stanford. INSURE Your Property in the On Monday, February 22nd, County Court day at 11 o'clock A. M. to the highest bidder my farm of 113 acres located in Garrard county Kentucky on Drake's creek aud near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands of George Brown and others. This is the farm where I nowxlive and Avill show" the farm ,to anyone ' One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 5c per pound. Order Baughman's No. 1 flour from your groeer. This will help reduce the high cost of living. Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents E. F. SPEARS &30NS. For further information write or call on C. HAYS FOSTER, Stanford, Ky., - Lincoln County National Bank Building. Stanford, Kentucky .desiring to look at it before day of sale. Possession,, given within 30 days from date of sale. .TERMS Made known at time of , J. P. BALLARD. sale. j. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Kentucky .. i -