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J Prints More Farm News aid i I is Read by More Farmers Than aay ' 1 Other Country Paper in the State. tr "-- - y 1,1 &jcMfo'&t.mr I HE ajft-1 -- "" JOURNAL Stanford, Lincoln When Yoar Tia Watch the Date Oa Label aai Renew Your Snbscriptfoa Promptly. isvop ,P XVper Stop A v3A Established 1880 55th Year No. 9 Cm Kentucky If Friday, January 29, 1915. MEDIUM Tuesdays and Fridays CLARENCE COLEMAN ; '9 M if Xj-- $-- . v -- Iff' V married a Miss Phelps daughter of DYNAMITING IN ESTILL I'emp Phelps, a prominent farmer INTEREST OF REVIVAL Credits Man Says Ad In I. J.: Writer An lntrestiny Letter to the and sstock trader of near Eubanks. Postmaster at Junction City and K. P. LodUe Selects Men To Be At R Planned to Destroy Courthouse DeWesley sold goods at Eubanks, and Year- iBrbught Most Replies. Helm of Exhibition This i. J. From Louisvulfc. Prom'nent Citizen. Committees Canvass City to Test scribed by Stanford Man. was later postmaster at Waynes-bur- g Church Membership Prior To William C. Surlier:, postmaster at January 13, 1915 for four years when he decided Officers 1'or this year's exhibition it Newby. of the Kentucky A Stanford citizen who was in EsJunction Gity and one of the most of the Knights of Pythias fair at to come to Louisville and get rich. 'redit Association, which has Dear Interior: Presbyterian Meeting. till county this week on business, progressiva citizens of that place, Stanford were chosen al the meetbeen organized with Gov. 1 see from my labeUthat my sub- He has succeeded, and now owns a died there last night after a pro- ing of the lodge on Thursday night. week a y as president to extend scription to tho 1. J. expires on the pretty home on Date avenue and tells Use I. J- - that the effort to Avreck On Thursday of this tracted illness of pneumonia. 11 Hustling, progressive men were put in farm lands 'at a reasonable 15th. I also read where delinquents Avith no encumbrances. I might add the court house at Irvine, an acof active church workers years old at the helm, and much enthusiasm Christian, would have been fifty-liv- e as in Stanford Thursday, and would be charged an extra quurte., that Wesley is related tqthe many count of which Avas published in the Bautist - . had he lived until tomorrow. Ue is was 4nau,ifestod in plans to make conferred with a number of Lincoln so 1 hundreds of that name throughout the daily papers, avus only partly hasten to remit. Methodist and Presbyterian churchsuccessful. The attack seems to by his wife, his aged fa the fair this year one of the most flountylnien who are anxious to go J (survived n m:.do a canvass of Stanford for Liko hundreds of others and Casey, Lincoln and Pulaski counties. bro-and two flier, Joseph successful that has ever been held into the organization. Mr. Newby more especially your host of read- Roy and Henderson DeBord are have been directed chiefly on the ille purpose of leaving an invitation 'tliers- James Surber, circuit clerk's and county sittornev's and "Pinch" Surber, in this part of the country. "The has traveled all over this part of the everv home and place of business ers chroughout Lincoln, Casey and brothers ITTand to cap it off are cou- - offices and their rt his bedside officers elected are: records, but fortu- 10 all of whom were at or nesiej'. rrt. r,oo, sprung State recently, and has advertised adjoining- - counties where he is so sins iney .bidding aU a very hearty welcome be when the end came just before President Col. S. T. Harris. his association in all of the coun- Well and favorably known rejoice from Bethelridtre. Henderson j)e nately the 'ault ih former s office attend ""the revival services to be- eight o'clock. For many years Mr. BorcL like the writer, "fit" 1 ilipinos withstood the terrific explosion J . L. Eeazlev, try newspapers so as to reach every held at the .Presbyterian church Ed Walton is back with his Surber 'has been a general merchant B. W. Givens and J. C. Eubanks farmer . possible. Speaking of the that the Insurreeton and we are though the entire south side and ginning Sunday. Jan. 31st, under first love. v R5ueh of tue west wall of the build-ric- d he knew probably Secretary E. C. Walton" resultsjio obtained, he said: i. rtretion of Rev. J. A. Trostle, of his town and We (noted an improvement in the still "soldiering." Henderson mar- - in were completely citizen demolished. The "Myfadvertisemcnt in the Interior Treasurer W. W. Saunders- Miss Pearl Cochran- - of the Ce- svanelist for Transylvania Presby- j' more people than any other very first issue and will confidently of his section. He was Thc third week in' August had al- Journal has brought me for more look forward to Ieste section of Casey. Tireing of floors, which Avere of Avood, were tery. further improvev and clever and no man had more ready hveu claimed for the fair, and replies than any other country news ments from time to time. Without grubbing sassafra and bruising toru into kidling" while the upper The canvass which was thorougn-lstory, Avhich is the circuit court complet- friends than he. His death is a- blow the dales will be August 18, 19 and paper that I advertised in in this and carefully iiiade was tiscounting the abilities of Brer. mother earth he, like the balance room avuss so badly damaged that not only to his home town and the 20. mempart oCi Kentucky. The results from .Saufley Ave can say we have missed of us hied himself to the metropolis. ed in about three hoars. The The membership of the lodge has it were 'very noticeable and not only Roy DeBord, the only good boy new seats Avill be necessary. One committee entered upon people there but to his friends ev bers of the been a expressed itself as determined to get wcrt. the' from Lincoln county but Mr. Walton from the day he ceased among the bunch of exiles is single queer freak of the dynamite Avas the tact- erywheie. Por years he had their work in an earnest and to be a factor in the making of the living here Avith his mother, Mrs. lifting of a bench about ten feet much enthusi- member of the Christian church and 'behind the exhibition this war and from many of the neighboring coun- Interior-Journaful manner and with l. The writer for and asm' There was much interest man- was a constant attendant at its ser- make it a "hummer" from, start to ties, inquirers wrote to me that they one realizes that the production of Fannie DeBord. Yes, Roy is single, long in the circuit court room and vices. nnish. Liberal premiums will be of- had seen my ad in the I. J. You but if he listens to Cupid and he sue sending it by the end almost through ifested in the reports made by the publication like the The funeral will be held at his fered' and the "boys" will boost for certainly cover the ground in this' a Nearly every wuidow fooling a certain damsel of tile 'e"i?various members of the committee. Interior-Journis no one man's cecils in in tht" building was shattered and home at 10 o'clock tomorrow. Sat- the fair as no fair was ever before section." the Green River section of Casey All reported having: greatly enjoyed work, and Brother Saufley has had The I.vJ. naturally feels, gratified it will be "connubial bliss" for ''two" botu wings o the court room were trove. Very ffloW- - urday morning, and the burial will boosted. The grounds, grand stand-flora- l ,.,.!- - ami cnmft 0 f lllc nuia "" . his hands full and more. cemetery. in the Danville let us hope before many moons sprung. Vn the north side are situhall and other buildings are in at the showing it made for Mr. New :.. otfniiR of the nleasant way follow Surber was a member of the The writer has always taken mor,, ated the offices of the sheriff and Mr. line shape, and but little will be ne- by and which undoubtedly has been Avax and wane. in'whieh they had been received. than a passing interest in tho I. J. which Masonic fraternity a Maccabee and cessary in the building line to pro- the experience of fother advertisers Avhy should I '"suffer" my bro- county clerk, and these escaped any But The results of the canvass When nothing more than a snotty-nose- d, ther clerks in this way. They did damage. It is estimated by the vide for the comfort and iconveni-enc- e who have used its. CQluirins.i It is been tabulated are as. follows:! a Woodman. have kid freckled faced, bare-fonot ask probably no exaggeration to say I county officials that about $12,000 of visitors. Families visited 257 pants barely in might me to gve their pedigree. to will be necessary to repair the ediin cottonade knee Mrs. Nunnelley Laid Away add that it is easy picking that..the I J. prints from 1,000 to Individuals represented in this couple of get subscriptions to the I. J. now. fice. 2000 more papers each issue than our teens and with a 914. CRAB ORCHARD number of families All that was mortal of Mrs. Mollie stone bruises as a setting we began The '0rt house in this . little V Viinnnllnv. rpKft. Members of Baptist church 115. f P. P. Xllll- - After a lingering illness of many j any other" country newspaper in this chronicling the news from the "State I merely mentioned the matter to: these bovs. and told them tnnt the mountain county is a historical Membersof Christian church 290) nelleyj wag laM away in Buffalo months, the sweet spirit of Kather-in- C part of. Kentucky. It naturally of Casey" for the Interior-Journa- l, oa Cemetery Wednesday afternoon, af old veteran "war horse" (Eti Wal- - phice, it having been the scene of therefore, . is justified in charging a Members of Methodist cliurcn Redd Dunn entered its eternal and fi" several years we contribu- ton) was back on the job and they'511' a noted criminal trial, among Members of Presbyterian cnurcn ter services at the late home, con- rest Monday morning. January 23, slightly higher advertising rate than ted on an average of fifty-tw- o news bein? that of Beach Hargis, 116. ducted by her pastor, Dr. 31. D. 1915. This sad announcement has I others receive, and does so. But letters a year from Middlebnrg. forked over a simoleon. It was so?them ,:t will be remembered killed his Children under 10 years of age 138 Early. The doctor did aiot preach cast a gloom over our entire city, the advertisers who have Dnce tried There was but, one other correspond- easy, it really was a shame to take'wno (father, the celebrated Judge James Young people and adults not mem- a sermon, but read a number of pas- where Kate has lived during her en- its colUiiiUK, always pay it gladly, ent that put it over on me sfor fre- the money. ' Hargis. of Breathitt connty. In F.n.ii.li fov tlio nrosonK "Unrp, .... which had tire life. She was one. of the. most for it 'delivers the goods." bers of any church about 100. sages from scripturequency and that was the venera anon perhaps. WW L..UU.. j former years some of the worst men comRespectfully In addition to the above the greatly appealed to the good mother, dutiful daughters always kind and ble Prof. Hughes, the versatile Lan-- J in all the mountains of Kentucky, CLARENCE COLEMAN. Horrible Crime at Danville. mittee found 'the Church of Christ and told of his visits to her; what a lovable, and as a wife and mother caster who always wielded a facile called Estill county their homes but Capt. V. G . Millikin, of Lexington, represented: also the German Re- staunch friend he had in her mid she was all these terms imply. Just pen and in a most entertaining style .. Former Lincoln Girl Weds In Texas, lately the strong arm of the kvw has formed: the Episcopal and Roman what an inspiration the good wo- a few short years ago she was led was called to Danville Sunday witll pen and m a most entertaining style. A bloodhounds to try l'ni.mif iL-twff flirt 'Pnlwi Tvoe?. prevailed and while there is lawless- Catholic churches. man had been to him. His words to the altar by W. D. Dunn, and to his We have contributed artcles to the. yct as is the case evf fitn Titftna kii IjI filifiinail Th committee has thus given me were most atmrounate ana Avere a them was born dne child,' Louise, and run down a negro who had, Sat- I. J. from many states and from the conditions are much l Tlil'lillkll I Sk1ll Ty pastors of Stanford a very accurate bnIm to wounded hearts of her who is left to miss a mother's lov- urday night attempted to assault many' foreign lands and various ll'lkIllinav IT nnproA'ed, and it is believed In- - thc ". daughter of an in,1(l tne ing care. Mrs. Dunn's mother, Mrs. the church census; . but more vaiuauie song( hfel. otJ relatives of the sea. Truejjfor several young lady to a -prominent lexas ' officers there noAv, that it will not b T ftT J. nas ueinuu&w..x.w. friends who loved her dearly. Touch- - Nellie Redd had been at Kate's bed structor in the Kentucky School ifor islandspast Ave even than that; it f L, lit- - young man, Avhich is of much inter- long v.ntil the "bold, bad man .. hlled'T?-es- t years -- backhome. Dea f nt ... . have contributed and effectiveness of in prayers were ottered oy urs. side "for manv weeks' doinir-al- l in.her the V..". "K ,IL.': the. residence of the rvr-i." to muuyxriends the possibility ..f .4 with mountain moonshine, wdl be ...:.7. rri.... , church federation; it has done Muwhj vu rp....,.,, aVnlkcr. The'capacity- - fc power lor her but was taken sick ainmly oiPThird - street. The dogs rc aiUu. wn. luraiuy iU.u ci. Toastie fame would put it "there's a memory. ternoon, at o uiu o ciock. in tne to bring tbc whole commuraij the large home was tested, so great two weeks ago and was not present Were unable? to take up the trail ,- -and In rpnsnn" Wcrr sntnp , .. nn vears 1 rt Thni'A f VT 1f'MISViifW.WW. 0 Itll.l.... 1.,1........! l...... .II..K Xersonal touch with the revival ser- - WQS tue crowd that gathered to pay when the end came. To the parents,, Capt AlHHltYUlI iCHUJlUU IIUIHU iUUll" I. have been an employe of Uncle Sam Methodist Episcopal Church, South- ed to the effort to destroy the u - Es., , , .. vices and it has promoted the spirit tl,A last tribute to th hrioved dead, husband sisters and brother we ex- day night. He says the girl stated under the strict rules and regula- Mr. John W. lveim and Jliss Susan ,.n " . that she was asleep in her room on The pastors of thejjt was a testimonial stronger than sen-ice. . ,. r, ii-",.- . ., of social States, Ciyil Weatherfor,! Frye Avere united in ;iruvHeii one ueing me uenei oy ine tend ur heartfelt sympathy in their the first flopr of her hoiue and about tions of the United city are grateful to this committee words of the esteem and affection in deep distress. employe I am marriage. Rev. Hayes Howell per-- j outlaws that indictments which have midnight she fell herself seized by a Seirice. As such an whose names appear below and ex- which she was held by those who Our little friend Maud Gooch is as forbidden to express myself too formed the ceremony, in the pres- heen procured throusrh the fearless- press the hope that Stanford, may knew Mrs. Nunnelley and loved her. low as she can be to he alive, 'and man. who attempted to throttle her. freely along political lilies. Those once or a huge concourse of friends' ness ot the county " attorney when confidently look forward to a com- Beautiful flowers also bore silent but little hope is had for her recov- Being deaf and dumb and her par- - amiliar Avith my cogitations of by- and relatives, ihe marriage service once ents similarly afflicted, she avus un, p ,destroyed, would leave them ing blessing in this revival which witness of the love of many, some ery. Avill easily" understand. of the Methodist church was used. m f th gone days nmont:nn Th0" will reach all the churches and the of whom were denied the sad privi--- j Thc church was artistically deco- - conntv officials and all g00(1 eit;Zens Tt is !Mr. Theos. Elam aud not able to call to them and thc man Enough said.' whole community lege of attending the funeral. Stan George who is sick. He lis still very carried. her through the dining room But Avhile I haAe not been a con- rated with palms, ferns, and cut uowever- - are determined to bring the and parlor Out to a cotrl shed. Here id the committee are::f Th, names of better woraen feeble. flowers. Mrs. A. B. Martin presided f if Oiaors to justice and to that end strug- tributor to the I. J., and rural press W. B. McKinney chairman; Missltllnn this mother i Israel, and that DeBode has had quite a she managed by a desperate Mr. Leon during the past few years, neverthe- at thc uiaUior renderuig appropriate a reward of $3,000 has been offerMattie Paxton; Miss Bettie Paxton:;town Md county were benefltted by serious time with asthma- - but is gle to Avrench clear from his grip and frequent- contrib- nnisie and played Mendelsohn's wed- ed by the fiscal court for the arreefc .. fled to the house, Avhere she aroused less I have been a riss Jean Paxton; Miss Annie IMc- - ller jfp )myo nnT1P wi,n vnew wv getting better. ding march. Miss Todd- - of Loek-ne- y, and eoiwiction of the first guilty her father and mother. She said utor to the metropolitan, trade and Kinney; Dr. T. W. Pennington; Mrs Au jjugay. Truly a good mother and sang with exquisite tenderness: party nni $500 for each successive Holdman Mrs . Claudia feature jmblica'tijbnSi While it is ; Jliss Anne Lutoh s to l(?r TOTnrf H. J- but the daughter, Mayme,. are in New Or- she was sure her assailant av;is a true that I am in the game for the "1 Love You," just prior to the ar- conviction until the amount readiest McRoberts; W. H. Higgins; Airs. W memoiy of her deeds done here will leans, La.- - where they went to visit negro because of; the odor from him ' $5,000. pittance I receive- - at the same tim rival of the wedding party. H. HiRgius: Mss Sallic ALilIs Craig; linger long after the sod has grown Mrs. Holdman's brother, John Car- and she :1so fell" his kinky head. A I have never reached the point The ushers were : Messrs. Dennis ' Mrs. W. B. McKinney; Mrs. J. T. green and the flowers placed by lov- - son. They will be absent a month hegro Avas arrested at Danville' for Hayden ' Donaldson, ONE DOSE RELIEVES tho offense, but is not believed to be Ahere I Avas Avilling to lose my iden- Zimmerman, Embry: P. M. McRoberts; Mrs. P. jing hands have withered and gone. or longer. TheKIous Edwin A COLD NO QUININE and tity Avith the craft. Grinding out Fosternnfnvi.l- and froitrlail Frye. M. McRoberts: Miss Lettie Helm; Itiijin o rf fW Mrs. Robert Collier and Miss the offender. He is also deaf tino reporto-ricopy or the general run of u"uc '! ""VU ui.uwv, uwuvu n dumb.' . . i, t Mrs J. S. Rice: Mrs. T. W. Jones PREACHERSVILLE Clara Collier left Tuesday to visit; Avork; like ''printer's ink" is hard a loviy gown or gray cnanneusc-.pgp- e Cod Compound Hakes Mary Etta Wallace: Mrs. L. 3ILss to get rifl. of, and Ave have never wiui nut io ilia tun. djuriug me Muster Willie Naylor, the bright friends in Birmingham,. Ala. Dres- - "CASCARETS" RELIEVE Bright; Mr. You Feel Fne at Once Don't B. Cook; Mr. Thomas Tenn.. Benton and Louisville. Mrs. Martin rendered low Nay-lo- r, Iden, made a serious effort to divorce our-sel- f. Robert Carter; Miss Mattie. Lee little son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom SICK, SOUR STOMACH j SAveet music. Stay Stuffed-UTake It Now fell from a loaded wagon a few They will be absent several weeks. Hubble; Mr. J. A. Walter; Miss AnMrs. Charles Adams left Tuesday enclosing herewith my check ' Tiimiadiitt.idv n'tnr tlio ceremony . . I am days ago and the rear wheel passj Move Acids, Gases and Clo9yed-U- p nie Milbum; J. B. Paxton. ed over his arm near the shoulder. for an extended visit to her son in for five dollars. Mark me up to a two course luncheon Avas served ' uenei comes msianuy. Waste from Stomach, UVPr, A dose takn e'ery two hours un'"cheapest and best" one year to the at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. At that time it was thought he had Tampa, Fla. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES til three doses are taken will end Bowels Cure Indigestion Mrs. Mary Cul ton is visiting her January 15. 1910. and send thn James Frye. physician 'examined the injured Rev. C. II. Greer will preacli at Ij grippe misery and break up a severe n 1 i i ayp wne i mays arm daughter, Mrs. Sparrow in Corbin. following names and addresses: a lew The groom is the son of Mr. and cold l"e. Losxan's Creek at 2:30 P. M. next either in the head, chest- - body of! Get a Mr. Forest Foley and family, box now. Hendricks Hayes, Money Order Mrs. E. Keim: His unswerving in- did not seem ty be getting well, a Sunday. or limbs. Somerset are with Mr., and Mrs. That awful sourness, belching of Dept., P. 0., Louisville. Ky. tegnty and unfailing courtesy have Rev. J. L. (lark will Drench at i Pyssienn examimed tne mjurea Harve Foley. It promptly opens clogged-u- p nosacid and foul gases; that Jpiiu in the Taylor Wesley, 2128 Date avenue,! established him in the affection of member and found the bone broken lho Methodist church at 10:45 A. M. A son of Rev. Gooch is here from pit of the stomacht the' heartburn, Roy DeBord 223 East Jacob the entire community. - His splendid trils and air passages n the head, The Sunday school! at the shoulder. After it was prop- Indiana for the first time ' in three" nervousness, nausea bloating after next Sunday. stops nasty discharge or nose run- street, Louisville, Ky. success in the business Avorld mark will meet at 9:30 A. M., and the erly set, the injured arm as better. Brent-Avoo- d eating, dizziness and sick headache, 523 Henderson DeBordaim one of the most prominent ana feverishne Jones L.. Anderson has been con- years. Epworih League at 0:15 P. M. Xo 50re throat sneezing Mrs. McCarley has moved from means a disordered stomach, Avhich avenue, Louiville, Ky. fined to his room for several days. aggressive yo-m- men in the county. saoreneS8 and stiffness preaching at night. Cemetery street to the Dishon prop- can not be. regulated until yo' remove The four brother piost-offiServices' at the Baptist churcbj Miss Gertrude Adams was visiting erty near the depot. ine Dride is me aauguier oi jiir.( Dont stav stuffed-uQuit blow-an- d tube cause . It isn't your stomach's clerks and myself are former Casey Mrs. James Frye. She is one m and snuffin!?i Ease your throb-o- f Sunday morning at the regular Miss Talitha Bell. !Mr. Goodman has purchased the fault. You stomach is as good as and Lincolnites now "exiles." . Mr. the most charming, cultured andbing head! Nothing else in the world hours. Subject for the Morning SerMiss Mary Pettus visited Miss McCarley home and will begin at any. ITayes Avas born and reared near talented young ladies an the State ''The. Individual Christian Life" Jean McKcchnie, vice pivcs snch prompt xelief as 'Tape's -, once to improve same. Try Gascarets; thoy immediately Waynesburg. Mrs. ..Hayes is a No rented pews in John 21:21-2- 2. spent Satur- cleanse the stomach, remove, the daughter of the Rev. John. Single- and a musician of much note. Be Coid Compound," which costs only 3Ess Ruby Parrish has been quite Master Louis Hunt this church so come Qjtt and hear a sick. day and Sunday with his uncle at sour, undigested and fermenting ton, avIio is Avell and popularly loi'e ner iamuy resiaeu m Texas-sh- Ih cents at any drug store. It acts Avas a leader in society in Ken- Avithout good sermon Suuday morning. assistance- - tastes nice " . food .and foul gases ; take the excess known throughout Lincoln county. tucky. Mrs. W. H. Cuinmins, who has Mnretsbure w Services at Presbyterian Church been, quite sick is some no inconvenience. causes Be sure Miss Fannie King, who is in In- bile from the liver and carry off the Mr. Hayes is employed in theMonoy better we 9:30 Sunday Jan. 31; Sunday-scho- ol Possibly no couple ever married in you get the genuine. dianapolis has been very sick for constipated waste matter and poison Order division, and will he rememstate.' are glad to a. m; Morning Worship 11 o'clock; the good F. L. Thompson has been sick sometime, but is much better at from the bowels. Then your stom- bered by many of the Stanford peo-b- le Tnliathe possessed popularity AAashes by Rev. J. A. Trostle; to a and Sermon unstinted Sims Cutsinger. v ach trouble is ended. A Cascaret for a few days but is better, now. "this writing. as having lived among them a greater degree Young People's Meeting 6:30 p. m; than Mr. and Mrs. It has been sometime since we. tonight cwill straighten you out by few years ago Avhen he managed, the Keim. This J. H. Rigby is still indisposed. Thomas Cutsinger, of Andereon, Tonic Foreign Mission Opportuni- fact is attested by the county, Coryer sold a crop of over mentioned Mrs. Hannah .Stegers nvorning--- a box Irom anv Hotel St. Asaph for his brother-in-laRoscoe and 3fiss Christina Simsof . j lk:G-1- 8 presents dislies thc World Arouud Acts Mr. Wesly is a Casey product numerous and costly 50000 pounds of tobacco at Dan condition, so for. the benefit .of her drug store Avill keep your stdmacnN this county were married at tfce.. ' Evening Worship 7 o'clock in which ville for 8 2 centsr many friends at a distance we will SAyeet.; liver and bowels regular for of the Bethelridie section. His fat- played at the reception. home of Dr. M. D. Early, bv Mr. and AErs. Keim are at home other churches will join with us. the Mr. Baker, a merchant of Stan- - tstnt-- she has never, been able to months;. Don't forget; the children her? Silas Wesley, is one of the gentleman Wednesday. !Sermon by Rev. J. A. Trostle. A ford, was here last week looking for walk without a crutch. She is a -their little insjides need a-- good most substantial citizens-- of the at the Keim ranch, five miles from "hearty welcome awaits all. complete shut in. and meekly and gentle cleansing too. a location. county, and has been merchant and Tulia,. in one of the most modern Nayier Gill. uncomplainingly, accepts her fate, postmaster at Bethelridge for over and convenient houses in Swisher :Prwnpt Action Will Stcn Your Cough Meade Gill and Miss Ida Mavbora A Test fsr LWer Complaint thankful to be out of bed and nhle to - The Dobbsv Hptel at Burnside, a. quarter o a century. Mr.: Wesley county. When you first catch a Cold Mentally Naylor were joined heart aad hand' burned tp the ground Sunday night., Unhappy Physically Dull get round in her room. , (often indicated by a sneeze or Demand Far The Efficient . by Dr. M. D.. Early Wednesday. Theuvhuilding was valued ,at $10,000. Ywr.jDtid'ls Danferius The Liver, sluggish and inactive, up at once. The cough), break it ' Alert, keen, clear headed, healthy How te Cure alayftppe Cotigh Break It Up Miw What SJtt Wanted idea that "It does not matter" of first- shows itselfin a mental state Fiye Cwts Previs It A ..Cold ijreadilyvoatehing.. A run- men and women are in demand. unhappy and critical. Never is Lagripne coughs, demandyinstaht complications. ten leads to serious 'u. v is susceptible to Germ's. Modern b?isinSi iis The remedy which immediately and there joy in liyng, as when the' treatment;. eyorrA 'serious eon- - ,v4 fentros'S offer.i Cut out & wl. down' system fo yourself and to qth- - fice, factory or oacannot use in of- said want to stop lay babys eongh a. young othar Taesday. "hat the road, .perseaa, Co., Tou.owe it easily pBekts the lining ofy. th Stomach and .Liver are doing .their ditioji of thg systjeai amdj are weak-- f eelo vf& eanta to Foley X won'fj give hka .any harmf al drags.M half a :fa ttfirc of your Koudld "to fight tkvi wha ai duH, lifeless, thread is the kind- demanded. Dr. work. Keep your Liver activeand kiwr. Postmaster CoUins,; Bainfat. C&ieikgo, . HL, bought TaJeyfs Hoaey and Tac pick or inrett. Xeep in trial, De in. a. Pihe-Ta- r oneerr. Bfl?s Kis Kw Discovery soothes the healtliy "by using Dr. Sing's , New XX. jnyrttoolti:l?ily, How and trial pkage oontamint Td&m (Iferias at fhwt eo4itien that wards off dimami Honey i? for Colds, and Coughs. Foley CohttHmnd ttyi a violent kurrip- - Honey v and Tar Compound , f irrifcatioft loosens thevphleera. Yon Life- Pflhsthey Cftthartie Tabkte ckaa the qmckly, tna)aiee the aniens mb-hrnit- tn TiJiMMwmfl th Muous. 8tfl the peouhthat.:emoXptely exhausted I coughs, eWs, eroafpv broncbisl freely, toneup yuf Steaaaeh, to' JmI haftar at ee. ir hetpa fhrW off W s and wp naaon awwt, y Ceugh" yer ConatipUw' p& nw.'md les than half a Kottle stonr ttrippe wughs: Foley Kidney PiHs Coajrh- - awHwojmwr flio Langs. irarMyww aetive andib bowels regular. choking secretion, eases pain vmk fhji'. ynflpt. ' the Only 25c. at your Drag-- , liver honest testimonials.' BIoo.. 25c. atDrngfjists. BuckWs twI .the pouch.? Try it. For sale by and Folevr Cathartic Tablets Fo is one f gives (he child normal rest. For sale by all dmggists. sale m your town by all druggist. gist. all druggists. Arnica Salve excellent for Piles. . Tfte at your Druggist. XJHURCH CENSUS IN WILL SURBER NO MORE FAIR OFFICERS CHOSEN ADVERTfSWG : coin-juitt- ce rep-,.ctf- nr ut - 1 Vice-presiden- ts al-dur- ing kind-heart- ed - . semi-Aveek- ly al i-- ot - . nmn-frailii- ig i tc ! 11111i-lt- m1 1 " " t ... .,3-- - ."" - - -- flio-ht- . , f I -- -- j - MeK-oberts- " - al - . 1 1 eer-eiiio- ny J p! i 1 I 1 10-ce- nt -- , ce pl -- e o du-ce- nt w. - 1-- that. -- - -- - ifojeeie . irt, ?e - empty-Jhe.Bfw- Wi sed my 'piryi er Tr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. 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. price of $1.50 per year and subscriptions for it will be taken at the Interior Journal office. "Col. Wal ton stales in his salutatory that he propobes to develop his ' paper into a daily y a short while and those subscribers who get on now will have the advantage of seven papers per week instead of one as now, without additional charge. Now h the time to subscribe. CLEANSES HAIR MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL YOUR Underwear Remnants If ever there was a time when men needed 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 best underwear made-so-ld 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? WRIGHTS 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 flTJfT YllCClUe It Becomes Thick. Wavy, Lustrous and All Dandruff Disappears Hair Stops Cominy Out. Surely try a "Danderine Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderine ana draw it carefully through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil in a law minutes you will be amazed. Your , J? Don't Wait--A- ct Lincoln County National Bank, NOW. Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky through the entire paper. It is a model newspaper for the home and fills most creditably the bill of a daily, containing as it does, news o State and nation- social events, farm notes and in fine a good deal of everything. ''The Lexingtonian," which is a product, of course, of Lexington is published weekly at the low - hair will bo wavy, fluffy and abundant and possess an. incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, one application of Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; invigorates the scalp, stopping itching and falling hair. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimuproperties lating and cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. You can surely have pretty soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you will just get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug tore or toilet counter and try it as directed. life-produci- ng You will probably never hear such low prices on such real good merchandise as is on those carried-ove- r suits at $3.75 and the skirts at Severance & Son. $1.95. The Interior Journal WALTON & SAUFLEY Listen office- H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY f- The pPEy cough prostrating tears down your strength. directly afThe clogged fect your long and speedily lead to air-tab- es HOW FRENCH PEOPLE CURE STOMACH TROUBLE - Saturday, and the way it was borrowed and read by that gentle- Baugh Hatfield. Leslie Hatfield, a prominent young man's friends and admirers in his Editors and Managers. old home here, leads us to the belief that it fills a long felt want. It fl A TEAK STKICTtiY IN ADVANCE i a splendidly printed seven-colum- n Entered at the pottoffiee mt Stanford m eight page paper and is "chock full' of good reading matter and well-e- t tcend clan mail matUr. advertisements. The salutatory and "The Lexingtonian" Col. W. P. ediitorials are characteristic of the "Walton's new paper, 'reached this editor and his earmarks are visible pleurisy, pneumonia, consumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION overcomes bronchitis in an easy, natural way. soothes the Its curative inflamed membranes, relieves the cold that causes the trouble, OIL-FOO- farmer of the Highland section, and Miss Muriel Baugh- - the bright and pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs. B G. Baush, of the. same part of the county, were married at the bride's home Thursday. Nicholas coujnty will vote on a $105,000 bond proposition to build roads. GREAT KIDNEY REMELY SAVES TWO CHILDREN IN ONE FAMILY D strengthen your lungs. All DraspUtm Havm It 14-- and every drop helps to REFUSE SUBSTITUTES C -- . t ouses Ship MiypStn i to the ftoWie&ct VtheljompetiSon of sreoVv all branches oMhehufe m&rKet IjSSS ffWips planters 3. ? sV trAcj StndLAte?cercise the right Free 4WM StAi&If fLMJ4JJ SHOE BARGAINS IN About one year ago two of iny children suffered badly from weak kidneys. They woidd have severe spells of dizziness and were all run down in health. I was just ahout discouraged. I tried several remedies and iinally a doctor, but they did nbt seem to improve. I knew of a friend who was taking Swamp-Rofor 'kidney trouble with good results and I decided to get some for the children. I had noticed that there was some improvement after they had taken two large bottles and continued to give it to them until they dozen bottles had taken one-ha- lf well on the road to recovand were ery. I think Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rohas 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 truly yours, R. W. LISENBY, Dohtani Ala. Personally appeared before me this 2nd day of July, 1909. R. W. Lisenby, who subscribed to the above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and fact. A. W. Lisenby Notary Public ot ot f- -4 A household remedy ot the French peasantry, consisting of pure vegetable oil, and said to possess wonderful merit in the treatment of stomach, liver and intestinal troubles, has been introduced in this country by George H. Mayr, who for twenty years has been one of the druggists of Chileading down-tow- n cago and who himself was cured by its use. So quick and effective is its action that a single dose is usually enough to bring pronounced relief in the most stubborn cases, and manv people who have tried it declare they never heard of anything to produce such remarkable results in so short a time It is known as Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and can leading drug stores, ?' ow be had at all positive understandt is sold with the ing that your money will be refunded 'without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute satisfaction. 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 $1,50 Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. t. - HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT The People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell REMEMBER O ur A irood pair of galvanized pipe 1 sleigh runners at V. K. Higgins 9-- LAND FOR SALE 78 acres near Crab Orchard. See W. H. Mueller, tf Superior Clover Seeder Is A Fine Hemp Sewing Machine. presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. Wedding Mueller's W. M. ins. FOR SALE. Four lots on Laoid street, near Lancaster street, all tf Joining. W. H. MUELLER. 7-- LOST Money sack, containing $4 or $5 and a key. Reward for return 2 to E. H. Farmer, Stanford. 8-- FOR SALE Six pairs of work mules, for cash or on time. H. C. tf Baughman, Stanford. 7-- Field Seeds Only the Best W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N. Y. L An examination for Common School Diplomas will be held in Stanford. Jan. 29, 30. G. SINGLETON, Supt. 2 8-- NOTICE ot I will be compelled to Prove What Swamo-Ro- Dress Shoes. , This is your chance for a Real for-$3.50, Bar- - gain. All good lasts, new, toes and heels; shoes that were sold $4, $5; any size, five and a half to elev- en. We are now going. to offer them at the very low price of $2 a pair. We mean exactly what we say. These are all patents except a few tans and gunmetals. This very low price is made in order, to clean up 50 pairs of these shoes we now have on hands. They are worth your seeing, even if you don't need shoes.. We would appreciate a look and thank you for a purchase , For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N". Y., for a sam ple size bottle. It will convince any one. 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-ceand size bottles for sale at all drug stores. nt one-dollar place all accounts not paid by FebWill Do ruary 10th, in Sheriff's hands for 2 collection. J. F. CUMMINS. 8-- SUITE OF ROOMS FOR RENT fronting on Main street in Lincoln County National Bank Building; steam heat, electrc lights, water and tf janitor's servce. A 7-- GET YOUR Small Country Place at Private Sale. Tur-nersville, Field Seeds OF . i Public Sale oJF Land. wish to sell my place at Ky., containing about five or seven acres of land with comfortable cottage. Cistern at door, new stable and, oib,er outbuildings. Also store-hous- e with never-failin- g well I T. D. NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST I will selL at the court house door in Lancaster, Ky., on On Monday, February 22nd, County Court day at 11 o'clock Ar. M. to the highest bidder my 'farm of 113 acres located in (3arrard county Kentucky' on Drake's creek and near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands, of George Brown and others'. -- nearby. MRS. MATTIE 99-- Z BRAD-SHA- W Phone Stanford. INSURE Your. Proirty in the Your Ear If You Please: to say is this: I want you to begin the new year right by doing a portion of your trading with me. My stock is fresh and- good awl my - Old Connecticut j Fire, Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., v ' v "" - What I want - PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS, 4" 5 This is the farm where I new- - Hve and will sheiir the fana ", to anyone dawxiag to look at it bef or day e ale. Posftesaion given irithifa 30 tld&YB tioMt &tk& o sola. TSUI'S Made known At time of 3 Bale. with - SALDi ft SMITH, Act i' prices are right J. P. BALLARD. Geo. H, Farris -- keotucky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ' FRIDAY. JANUARY 29. 1915. THIS AND THAT. Stop And look at those Suits and Coats at $10. Yes, it's true any suit or coat in the house. Formerly priced Severance & Son. up to $40. IN RAGE FOR GUBERNATORIAL NOMINATION A Little Here and a Little There, and a Little From Everywhere The marriage of Miss Amanda Quails and Ma Adam Lanu on last Sunday wa& quite a surprise to their many i'riendb. iilma, the two weeks old babv of Mr. and Mrs. James Ellis, died January 5th. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved parents. Messrs. Allen and Will Snow, of Keren College, Edgar Murphy of Bowhug Green- - Lee Minor of Columbia, Dennis and Eugenc, Spragens of Georgetown College, were home for the Xmas holiday. Mi- Dessie MeAlielley spent tho boldays with her pnrents here. She is a student in the Lindsey Wilson Training School at Columbia. Mr and Mrs. Will IJeynieron, o Uamille, spent Xmas here with relatives. Dr. and Mr. 0. L. May, of- Dan-ull- e, isited Mr. and Mrs. S. A. May - 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, 1915. For this reason checks can not be paid after NO WAR PRICES HERE. bbbbLVbbbbbbbbbwk T" that date unless there are sufficient funds to meet them. ??V''C'' Ss Sysilw Clothing and Overcoats Now At Half Price. We will now sell our stock 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. KSmSBsSBmKKK BBBBBBBBb1b1bBBBP9'V jdKSBBsBVBlBBBBBBHiBBaBBBBBHitBBBBBK HbbbbbbbbBSb IBBBBBBBBBBBS BBBBBBBBBHbB R p "" oBbbbbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbVbbbIbbbbbB BRBHBHKHBBBHBBHSBBBHBBBVBBBBBnHBBBBV 8 Rk&BHBBBHBHBHBBBBBBBIBBBEBBBBBBBBBBBBH lat Christine Lair and Ruby tjU Russell of ITustonvillc visited Mi. Alma Minor Xmas week. Mr. Dciixie Gadberry, who has been quite ill of typhoid fever for several weeks, is improving. Mi James Anderson, of Geonre- j town, visited Dennis Eugene Sprag "Woodson Ellir Mi-os during Xmas. Mix. Joe and daughter, Mi Mutsie- - have returned from a isit to Somerset. Misses Aniii0 and Mary Wells, of Middlcburg vi.Mted their Mer. Mrs. week. Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, Ky. A Think of it.Mr.Farmer.here's a remedy for hec cholera that is sold under a "Legal Guarantee Bond.' How can you afford to take chances against hoe cholera when you can get this remedy on such terms? Legally 6UAHA1TEED CURE nEV u" uitla Curtis, V-Pr- es. ens. last week. is the only remedy ever put up that is guaranteed to cure and prevent nog cnoiera. it aoes tne worK better than any other known remedy. If ic am not, it would not be sold on such a strong guarantee. At All Urasststs. Write for free booklet telling how to save your hogs Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy auuKBun kbmsdy CQMPAWT. Unrtf SaWef 5tcB'aMOL 1I1UC Lexington. Ky. ROBINSON'S. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES 235KJBvBBBB??y' jsbct flBBiBBBBs have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, 51.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars All ok sale at CONGRESSMAN A.O.STANLEY. E. C. Million, Pres. T. J nr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. E, Deatheraye, Treas. STANLEY SHIES HAT IN RIN Announces Candidacy (or Gover tion in office to mean that the same set shall rotate from one office to 'another and i ack again - every four ' years. & True Function of Governor. "It is known of all men that Percy Haly proposes either to nominate himself as governor of Kentucky or some respectable figurehead of his ownse-lectio- n whom he can own and conul Biggesl in PricesBiggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space Madison Tobacco 1 IS trol and that men shall be ineligible norship at Primarie is. to position on the board of assessment and valuation, whose names do not appear on his exclusive roll of honor (?). I shall fight with all the energy I possess and shall exOPPOSED TO RING RULE ert to the utmost all the authority vested In me to prevent the intermed- Warehouse ... ' (Incorporated.) & Near L. & A. Depot DIRECTORS E. C. Million Marion Csy TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS OF . Capital $40,000.00 T. J. Curtis M. Haden Will Also Turn Light On Activities of DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. OP PURSLXVS INDIAN HERBS Legislative Lobbyists If Elected to High Office Promises! to 'Conserves Resources of State and Work For Better System of Highways Op poses Convict Contract System. When You Have a Policy Written by 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 AH Formal announcement was made in Washington by Representative A. O. Stanley that he will seek the Democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky at the primaries next August. In his statement Mr. Stanley promises that if elected he will rid the state board of valuation and assessment of all outside influences and that his administration will he absolutely free from all taint of ring rule. His statement follows: state. dling by an officeholding trust or a petty political hierarchy with these or any other offices in the state, and I shall fight every concerted attempt to dictate nominations for national, state, district or county offices. "The function of the governor and those associated with him is to transact the business of the state in such a way as to redound to its credit and to that of his party and the security and prosperity of the people and not to construct an endless chain of officeholders, from street sweeper to chief magistrate, for the purpose of maintaining perpetually in power a political triumvirate and a pampered and protected lobby. I shall fight the Haly - Rhea - Shackelford triumvirate now in control as bitterly as I shall fight any other individual or combination which may seek to pillage our No Invisible Government. E. Deatheraye Dr. C. H. Vaught Telephone 221 T.J. Smith LINCOLN COUNTY: .tv ' Time' Stanford, Kentucky. Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No ;.V'Jr jr vsvy m ir" H I y l. -a x. v v hVr '::: 5?s Cvri ski sVjfe- - soot few ashes REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham Roots & Herbs BE'f BW? BBBBBk GOD'S MEDICINES t ' hbW C3ARLIE WHITE CXGIKtTOR 1RMTem9V4 MOON rkCnrlej&rttlict CWMES A 9MSKE MP OF uffclEMK MUM Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie White-Koo- n, The Cow-ho- y Herbalist, for the" treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in th'e Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. COM-CEI.AB, the Great Body-Ton- ic SCIENCE SOPS, for the! Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write -S Mrs. CHARLIE 3791 WHITE-MOO- N 1 0M-ML-S- Wist Breatfway LtuisviHe, Kentucky "I willingly surrendered a seat in congress to fight above all else that most insidious and abominable menace to the liberties and property rights of a free people 'invisible government powers nominally vested in benevolent and respectable figures, actually exercised by covert and cun- face of flint toward every proposal .to Hing emissaries of every favor-see- k use this board for putting screws to ing and interest fortunate any public service corporation which enough to have a friend at court. may refuse to do its bidding, or for "If elected governor of Kentucky I rewarding with any character of priv- solemnly and earnestly pledge the ilege or exemption such corporations people of the commonwealth here and as may agreo to become part and par- now that I will turn the calcium light cel of the political machine. For un- upon the lobbyist and upon all who less a governor of Kentucky can keep J seek to secure positions of honor or clean the board of valuation and as- privilege by any secret or unholy alsessment he can not give an honest, liance with him. economical and efficient administraThe Needs of the State. tion. He is in chains. "I shall earnestly endeavor, if made "I shall be a candidate for the Dem- chief magistrate of my native state, ocratic nomination for governor of tc conserve and encourage every Kentucky, and I do not desire to be legitimate business and industry, governor unless I can be free. whether large or small, to encourage Rotation In Office. the investment of .capital in and the "One of the vital issue's which the development of ouc unrivaled and as Democracy of the state will be called yet almost undeveloped resources; to upon to indorse or repudiate is the promote the-- construction and opera- principle of endless rotation in office. ( tion of public highways to the end I am convinced that the question of that our people may find a better and vhether or not a single coterie of of- speedier access to the market, the ficeholders shall perpetuate them- mill, the school and the churchy As means to this end, I favor the aboliselves in power by rotating in will be settled in August as tion of prison contract labor and the overwhelmingly as the people adopted employment of the convicts on the that provision in the present state roads of the state. "I shall vigorously endeavor to proconstitution, which renders every state official ineligible as his own suc- tect the citizen from every form of cessor. That clause in the organic lawlessness or confiscation; to see law was thus heartily indorsed by the that his person and his property, are people of Kentucky because they be- secure whether that property be inlieved it would end ring rule in the vested in live stock, in lands or In state house. But there is better rea- manufacturing enterprises. son for keeping a state official in the "I stand for the county unit law as same office indefinitely in ,the dis- it now exists, and will, if elected, do charge of duties with which ho has all in my power to makeJt effective. "Believing that as governor of the become familiar than to rotate him through a succession of positions in state I can render my countrymen which he has had no previous experiservice in carrying into effect ence. the reforms I have mentioned, I re"The Democratic party ip Kentucky spectfully solicit their support as a will no longer tolerate apolitical Varr candidate for-th- e Democratic moniitia-tio- n wick at the head' of a close corporafor the office of governor pt JCj?ti- tion of officeholders who' have twisted lnolrv in the anaiiinsr Awust nrimarv . gmm-m- j .j ... .V ..wK..g the' old Democratic doctrine oCrota'--' elfectien. . fiA.,0 rnxmsmt." tax-dodgin- Stanley's Statement. "One of the greatest issues which will confront the Democracy of Kentucky at the ensuing August primary election "will be the control of the state board of valuation and assessment and the tremendous powers inherent in it. The Democrat who is to be elected governor must turn a Mr. N g V'e. have beard, some quiet talk, thr kind, that says "don't quote ine" relative to some house somewhere getting a little more for tobacco than the old reliable MADISON HOUSE." Well Ave can hardly blame She fellow tlmf makes such a statement, asking' not to be "(noted." We want to be quoted however, an(j we want tlie other fellow to read me prices actual prices- - some crop lote have brought with us thiV season. Don't worry by saying; these prices aren't real for if vou do, you must again ask the fellow that you told that- - to keep it on "the "0. T '' , .. trru. i. j j. neeus no apology" you can quote "anything we say to anv body You .don't have to "keep it quiet" go tell all your neighbors and all your friends. We want em all to know, Jnst fact.--, only facts by "dollars paid for tobacco." This is worth a "whole barn of that cheap tuff so freely used and strange as it mav seem, it tools some folks for a day or two. Schooler & Curtis, B K, Richmond 198;1 lbs average $20.00 hundred Dove Long. Nina, Garrard county.. 2350 lbs average $21.40 hundred AflkinBon & Warren. Garrard county 320o lbs average $20.93 hundred Leslie Curtis. R R, Richmond -a- verage $19.o0 hundred. 1900 Zaefc Simpson & Son. Garrard Co., 1353 lb average $18..0 hundred I & Oldfield. Garrard county 3300 lbs average $18.00 hundred Lcbus Roberts R R, Richmond.,. . . . 1000 lbs-av-erage $17.3o hundred caster, Ky., 128.1 lbs-av- erage $17.10 hundred , 7? J'1Joover' R"inncl m7t -i- vraffe $18.00 hundred " -07:10 lbs-av- erage MrllI"n'Rlt'1,md $lo.7o hundred I rewitt Anderson. Garrard county 15.30 lbs avqrage $15.50 hundred 3400 lb. average $15.15 hundred ?; V,SS" Gamml eollny Robt. Ross (a small boy) erage 790 $10.00 hundred Burnam & Shelton, Richmond 13075 lbs average $14.75 hundred I rather & Thomas, Garrard county 2100 lbs average $17.00 hundred Wo could quote as low at 14c 13c, 12c. etc. So many of them would take all the paper to tell about the.r,. If anv house anvwhere can beat these prices let 'em come to the front and show us. l rer -- f?n lf t 41 lbs-av- Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. x, 'TRg- -- ".., . .j .ini:ui.-Miriiiei- i T.. t ONLY A DAY" AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE differ-cnt'offic- es MARDI GRAS Wew Orleans $20.45 I arrival of rry FEBRUARY 15 Mobile $17.20 Pensacola $19.45 ROUND TRIP FROM STANFORD PARADE Tickets on Sale Daily Feb. 9-1- ' 5 OF REX FEBRUARY 16 Sleeping Car Fare $4.00 To $4.50 Each Way ma-teri- al TO APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST FOR ROUND TRIP j Estimate for five days board and lodging at $1.00 per day in the best private homes, or $2.00 l; ' per uy t guuu iiuicis iu wmui uuu me uuove raiiroaa ana punman tares. -i Ww- V - Apply to L. ft N. Agent for Printed Lit of Rooming Houses and Hotels; 1 '" - '? 'i . i. &1U&H v . ', ;mt''-,,iV- ' ",' V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ZUDORA -- FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. EPSOM HILL SANITORIUM. Successors to the Spitler Sanitorium. SYNOPSIS. Zudora la 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 $20,000,000, 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 All, 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 lawyer, for whom Zudora has taken a fancy, and he commands the girl to put the man out of her mind. Zudora InslstB that if she cannot marry Storm she will marry no one. "Well, well," says Hassam All, "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 a case in which John Storm is saved from being convicted of a murder Instigated by Hassam All himself. Zudora and Hassam All visit Nabok Shan's house, where sleep overcomes every one whenever Nabok attempts to marry a princess. Storm, seeking Zudora, is ' onqe a month and making holiday vis- its whenever there was opportunity. Often he had sent checks home, but Invariably these had been returned. They, did not need the money;vthey had enough for their simple wants, and when they died all they had would be his. W. J. EDMISTON, M. D. Medical Director. J. F. WOOD, Manager. His mother had written that an alarming mystery had confronted them, one that promised to decimate the negro servitors on the various farms and estates. And Just now, when all the crops were ripe, it meant ruin for a great many whose sole income was derived from their crops. The negroes were not dying; they were fleeing. This mystery was no idle fancy, no idle rumor. It was a living fact, visible to the eye. She and her husband had seen the thing themselves', and they were normal minded people. Something must be done soon or there would not be a servant left In the county. The hill back of the Storm place was haunted. Night after night, against the side of the hill, there appeared the heroic skeleton of a human hand with a black spot in the center of the palm, as if it had been made by an enormous bullet No one could get close to it Invariably it vanished at the approach of any living being. This ghastly turned on his heel and retired to his den, rather well satisfied with himself. But Zudora's love was like a shield. The barb bounded off harmlessly. John Storm was a clean man in thought and lri life. She had not passed through this peculiar schooling of hers without being able to read between the lines. She was absolutely certain that love could not blind her to any defects in John. All Hassam All accomplished by his innuendo was to enlarge that smoldering suspicion which was ever in her heart A good many of us are nearsighted mentally. It is easier to judge things in the distance than close at hand. While the general world knew that Hassam Ali was a miser, Zudora was quite ignorant of the fact Had she definitely known of his inordinate love of gold, her subsequent miseries might have been avoided, to some extent Storm went south Immediately. The home was simple and comfortable. The Big Sale CONTINUES. We are selling goods at Cost in order make room for the Spring Goods. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S $5.98 UNDERWEAR $8.48 25c Garments now 18c $9.98 50c Garments 38c $11.39 $1 Garments now 79c LADIES' COATS MEN'S CLOTHING &5 Coats now We aviU sell below eost. $2.48 $5.98 MEN'S $10 Coats now HEAVY UNDERWEAR $8.79 '"Oc Garment at $15 Coats now 35c $20 Coats now $9.89 $1 Garments now 79c LADIES' DRESSES LADIES SHOES 7.00 Dresses now $3.98 from $1.48 to SI.9S $10 Dresses now $5.98 CHILDREN'S SHOES MEN'S SHOES OF ALL KINDS will go in sale at less than cost 3 Shoes now .98 DRESS GOODS 4- Shoes now $2.98 wiU'tli 7oc and nOe, now.. .. 38c f Shoe now $3.48 DRESS GINGHAMS $6 Shoes now $4.98 worth 10c and 12 l-now ..8 LADIES' SKIRTS CALICO of all kinds will sell less than cost 6c yar 10 yards to customer 48C 10 Suits now lo Suits now $20 Suits now ?2o Suits now 1 2c 3c w .ji-'v.ii- i;-. . .t.r v' x .,?? ' otr"V ' SvH-.- i . " &i . . f , ... ,. t. v. ' 's. ,Xs - ,' ''.; - ." ;.''? f ty.jjt. v ' LADIES' COAT SUITS aBPBPBPBlP!MHEg BjpBBBKBMgMaKlMaBJPBPBl Crab Orchard, Ky. America's Oldest Watering Place. Open February 1st, 1915. made a prisoner. Zudora foils Nabok Shan, restores the princess to her original lover and saves Storm from death. A maker of diamonds tells Hassam All his secret. Storm informs Zudora that his life is being attempted frequently. Storm suspects Hassam All. Storm is arrested for stealing the diamond maker's gems, but Zudora discovers the real thieves a pair of mice. EPSOM HILL SANITORIUM. v (Successors to the Spitler Sanitorium) For countless centuries, when the Indians roamed the wil- derness of Kentucky, and before the Indians the Mound and before the Mound Builders, some other and less known race, the springs at Crab Orchard gave their healing waters to mankind and made life longer and worth living. When Daniel Boone blazed his imperishable trail from Cumberland Gap into the wilds of the then unknown West, Crab Orchard was the natural terminal of the first stage of the tide of emigration. It was the scene of battle and death, of massacres and outrages, but it emerged from the carnage of the frontier period and became, not a city, hardly a town but as always, a watering place. It became the gathering place of the early settlers, the camping ground of the piog planneers: later, the mecca for tho old time ters of the entire South. In modem days it remained as ever, a watering place. Here there are fourteen springs and seven varieties of water, all healing, all worth a long trip to secure. It has the Kentucky blue grass country, balmy climate of the the Appalachians in sight of the footlocated on the edge hills of the Cumberlands. Epsom Hill is located on the Lancaster turnpike two miles from the village of Crab Orchard, and on top of this wonderful mound, pregnant with Nature's own remedy, stands the EPSOM HILL SAMTORIUM. It is quiet, beautiful, and well ventilated, eleit is commodious steam-heategantly furnished, splendidly managed, and has a cuisine unBuild-tsr- s, slave-holdinfar-fam- ed ac-cessa- d, .for the treatment of all Especclasses of cases suitable to institutional attention. ially, it is prepared to handle cases of epilepsy;, neurasthenia (or nervousness), asthma, bronchitis' .hay fever, rheumatism, chorea and chronic affections of all kinds. The practice of medicine is regular and complete in all Tespects. Especial emphasis is laid upon dietetics, baths, massage, and other natural methods of relieving diseases without the user of drugs; however, serum treatment is available and drugs are used whcre indicated and a capable surgeon and regular practitioner is in attendance at all times. The bath department is neat and splendidly equipped and affords baths of all variety including steam, shower, sitz, tub needle, percussion douche, plunge filiform douch, affusion and others, embracing all character of packs and is in charge of a competent man for males and lady for females. The manual department offers massage- - medical gymnastics, spinal adjustments (or chiropractic) and other forms of treatment where indicated. In general, this Sanitorium is prepared to handle all classes of cases except those of a contagious or epidemic nature. EPSOM HILL SANITORIUM affords the seclusion of the hills, freedom of all undesirable noises; clear, pure air, good water, high altitude, comfortable quarters and every convenience and attention that might be obtainable in a city hospital. It is located two miles from the village of Crab Orchard, 115 miles southeast of Louisville on the Knoxville division of the Louisville and Nashville railroad. It offers telegraph and telephone connections and daily mails. Situated on top of this wonderful (Epsom Hill, it affords a view of a wide scope of country, restful to any eye and especially pleasing and comfortable for the ill and irritable. The medical department of this Sanitorium is under the direction and control of Dr. W J. Edmiston, a regular practicing physician of many years experience and excellent professional standing. , . Mr. Wood, of Michigan, the active manager of the institution is a courteous kind and affable gentleman and will do all that can be done for the welfare and comfort of the patients. The rates for board treatment and nursing are reasonable and will be quoted on application. ,v x ',v ' For further information address K excelled. The Sanitorium is equipped Epsom Hill .Sanitorium, T" SSfTfJi S? vSJ ' . i. .. x 9'J J ". . ,6rab OrchardKy. fi W.i -- t his mother. "Piffle!" "An imaginary grievance," she added. LBBBBBBBBBBBBfBBBfFBBBBBBBl "Who could possibly have a grudge bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbP4bbbbbbb! against you two, who have done everything to make life decently worth while to the help?" Hassam AH and Jimmy Botton. "You never can tell," said old Mr. thing waxed and waned, something Storm, digging into his pocket for his after the manner of the coal of a Pipe. man's pipe. "What time does it generally apOf course it was plain trickery, but pear?" one could not impress the excitable "Oh, any time between sundown and negro mind with this fact, and, more midnight" than this, there were many white peo"All right I'll take a shotgun and ple who were quite assured that this go hunting for Mr. Ghost this very skeleton hand presaged the coming of night," Storm declared wrathfully. the end of the world. But be wasted his time. Also the Something must be done at once. night following nothing came of his Would her dear son come immediately vigil. The third night be was called and see if he could put this mystery to the door In time to see the hand where it belonged? He wired back flicker for a moment and then vanish. that he would. He rushed toward the hill, but found Of course there was no doubt in nothing. He began to grow very his mind that some one was playing a angry. He admitted, the little time he practical joke of a grewsome sort but saw it that it was grewsome enough. he also realized that it might turn Into It was eight or ten feet in height, with a serious affair if it was permitted to a shadow in the palm like an embedcontinue. ded bullet Subconsciously he seemed He laughed at one moment and to recognize something vaguely familswore at the next Why the perpetraiar about the shape of the hand. tors of the joke had selected the hill He did not go Into the village, but back of the Storm place set him think- prowled around in the vicinity where ing deeply. the hand appeared most frequently. He decided to go home and lay the There was no evidence of phosphorghost, as the saying goes. He packed escence, no footprints except those up, sent a letter to Zudora and left made by the negroes some two or town. three hundred yards below the hill. When Zudora received the letter she John was puzzled and irritated at the wag greatly perturbed. It seemed to same time. This joke was being per& B a SKKflBBBsrcaBsflP "?$& her that what appeared as a bit of petrated by some one who had brains. coarse .foolery might have as its base Meanwhile the crops lay ungathered something serious regarding the wel- and were beginning to rot in the fields. 2 Wt ICflgHBlBre S ''' JKi fare of her love and his people. Rather Something must be done in a hurry, S diffidently she sought Hassam Ali's ad else he would be compelled to send to 9r '' flB 9HLrBB9HBflsBB9lfiBVAiB vice. the city for emigrants, who would Her uncle shrugged. "Some country doubtless take to their heels after the BBBBnHSflBBflaBSflBMS 'f' ' 9s bumpkin Is playing a joke on the more same manner as the negroes. So he simple minded. Go and solve it if you telegraphed for Zudora. wish, only you'll have your trouble for And Zudora came. bvI:1k!BBbs9Bbbssssk your pains." The Storm family had heard about "But how do you account for the her, you may be assured. But until hand?" "Trickery, pure and simple; phosphorescence mayhap. The negro mind at least the southern negro is full of 9hbkI SIbe BsssssssM0GSx'r Pii kinks, like his hair. He will take it -. ?bbBbBFII as a sign that the world is coming to an end." iaBBBBW "Some negroes have already deserted. It looks to me something more Zudora. than an Idle jest" Hassam All gave her a quick, shrewd dered gracefully. But he was always BjBMBBBBBraMBfeRjfftfcg4rlEMiBj fr feeling that mysterious cloud which glance. He wondered what was going IBBBwMHBlBagB5BlawWBBl on in the girl's mind. Had she any hung lowering over tbem both. Many a. night while alone he tried to suspicions? It was inherent for her to figure out the basic cause for Hassam speak the truth. '' BBlW "Have you intimated to Storm of the BMJffBBriKmffMWBlflEMFillit" 83gBBm All's attitude. Some day, when work KPpiwWJfeBiBBgBgt ttjgfraggBH. BjBBjlfPwHHsBliTwjMKflijPWBp?! easied up a bit, he determined to go gold?"'he asked. "No," rather scornfully. "I have back over Hassam All's past with all the searching inquiry of a first class given my word, you ought to know that 1 never break it" lawyer. "But often regret giving it?" There was something more than "Perhaps:" mere physical antagonism. He never "Well, my advice is; stay home. confessed this belief to Zudora, bow-eveThere Is no reason why you should It did not look quite fair to her to take any risks on account of Storm's The Skeleton' Hand Appeared on the put doubts Into her heart when he bad people." Side of the Hill. Xou said it wag probably a bumpnothing back of these doubts but inkin's joke." stinct. she appeared In the flesh they bad en "Yes, but the negroes cannot be tertained some doubts about this niece But there was no getting around the red plain fact that be feared Hassam trwsted In a case where their imagina- of a man whose business they held in him for Zudora's sake. tion may get the better of their com- supreme contempt They fell hi love One day Storm received a letter from mon sense. Better wait until you bear with her at once, rather shamefacedly bis mother, and the contents first from this fool of a lover of yours." when up to that moment they had amused, then alarmed him. His par"I am better able to judge John been quite positive that she bad laid a ents were well to do country folk In Storm than yon," coldly. "He Is not a siren's trap for their boy. the south. Their forbears had been fooL" Old man Storm pondered a good deal southerners of wealth and position up "Hoity-toity- ! Hasn't it ever occurred It did not seem possible that this slen to wartimes. to you' that Storm is young, alone and der, handsome, dark eyed girl was a Piece by piece the fine double inheri- built like most ;young men?" detective. It did not match up with tance bad vanished, and at the time of "What do you mean by that? the tales be bad read in books. She John's birth they bad sunk from VHaase told yds everything about was just like any other girl, nothing, to the ordinary comforts of llfe his life before hemetyo.i?" . mysterious whatever. There bd'tien enosgb apney ,, H;"WllVji kbKllyvxplala? J:Itfs really' serious,' Zudora.-- sale the lad to coBege, te fitMIa for bis m.Latrai :fxrtate."feaid Huhm All' Jekn. t"Ere tried ray haodaCdetectiv j own battle, kf life. inafplsiiWtbiB barK ef Mibt I ,2& K 'MnH& ' '!mPV 1 continued j.ext weejc; . CHAPTER IV. The Secret of the Haunted Hills. a month elapsed PERHAPS puzzling case coming All's notice. Zudora and Storm had their meetings, always previously arranged by the carrier pigeons, about which Hassam All pretended to know nothing. Besides, he was busy with numerous clients who wanted to know about their business Investments, their own futures and somebody else's past And he continued to build his pyramids of phantom gold. The one mistake he had made was to acquaint Zudora with the knowledge of her immense fortune, The trustees had always addressed their letters to him, and it would have been an easy matter to have kept her in ignorance. But, evil as he was himself, he had a 'profound respect for Zudora's word. She had given it, and there was three years' grace. If in that period of time he could not rid himself of that meddling attorney he would tear down the black velvet curtains with his own hands and make a bonfire of them. Storm had urged Zudora a dozen times to marry him secretly, but she steadfastly refused to accede to his wishes. Of what use to marry if they could not have a home of their own? Of what use to burden themselves with a secret which would interfere with their pursuits and hang threateningly over their heads? More than that, she reasoned, her friends would always look askance at her if, after some months, it became known that she was married and was not living openly with her husband. No; she had given her word, and she would not break it So John surren- - .&. '"- - &,. BBBBBBBbV fe B i a-- -f : -- -' iSIkI ' iiiiiiiii ntn Mk- - M&l WKI'IkkI s SBBBMkBJMMBbBMLwBWtbbbW There were two or three bits of antique furniture which had been saved from the wreck. It was night when he arrived. The country railway station had, with its usual nondescript crowd of idlers, witnessed his arrival, and the news traveled quickly. He regretted that he had not come secretly and gone about his investigations unobserved. But the damage was done and proved conclusively that he was not cut out for a detective. He was greeted fondly by his parents, and they repeated with elaborations what had been recounted to him in the letter. It was downright serious, no laughing matter. The help were declaring that the mystic hand was the warning of the world's end. Not a few of the poorer class of white folk were accepting the hoax as a serious affair. This is the time to save money. You can save nO per cent on anythint Some of the negroes were even going : : : so far as to kneel down to the hand 3ou buy from us. Be sure and come. Bey what you want (from a safe distance) and intone DON'T FORGET THE DATE AND PLACE prayers. "Humph r muttered Storm. "I want a good look at this thing. And some one Is going to get a rattling good kicking before I go back to town. Why the dickens Should they pick out our hill for their tomfoolery?' STANFORD, KY. "Father says ifs because some one has a grudge against the family," said Salem & Salem FARMERS. NOTICE This Is The Year To Raise kkkkkKISbSk! kVbbHPh1BBi' ! Will sell you seed at $4.50 per bushel, and if you HEMP: prefer, we'll accept note for same, payable when crop is marketed. Highest market price paid for your crop- at our warehouse in Stanford. - E. F. SPEARS & SONS. For further information write or call on C. HAYS FOSTER, Stanford, Ky., Lincoln County National Bank Building. & $ :" Look At that $7.50 line of Suits. They were sold regularly up to $19.50. Severance & Son. K VR 4iBk B&b9HHHH jTv1P1!lfin M 'jl''.M . .JaBBMBaHSgilgyBB Rugs, Lace Curtains, Wall Paper, Window Shades, With Complete Line of Furniture. r. PENCE ?" a HILL, Stanford. All-fea- -- Everyone Join the 1915 Saving Club by Trading With L. L. SANDERS, LCrab Orchard,Ky. af-luen- . to;d' " """V rw I 3wv' t . y i! i' 'it-- - i,'- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JANUARY 29; 1915. INTERNAL CATARRH J. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanford, Ky., , 'Tcruaa Has Done "Wonders For Me. I Was So Weak." Box, mmmSmlS R$ik Mrs. M. P. Curry, P. O. C HIK ' ' mW ' - Will Pay You INTEREST on TIME DEPOSITS. Will Pay You 3 PER CENT. INTEREST, compounded on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Semi-Annuall- y, t& JL writes: "I have been V troubled with 1 internal since tarrh my girlhood, and was sick in bed three m o n t h s. When I was able to get up I was sctxreak and thin I could hardly walk. What Pete rsburg, Ills., 1 5, It does a General Banking Business and SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNT. Please remember that the Comptroller has ordered that we PERMIT NO OVERDRAFTS on and after Monday, Feb. 1st. Miss Jennie Newlnnd is able to be out after a week's illness. ' Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar left last week for a visit to relatives and friends at Franklin, Ind. sgj. j AErs. Walter Warren is confined to Mrs. Joseph Coffey has been conMiss Emma Warren returned WedPERSONAL AND SOCIAL her room on account of illness. nesday from a protracted visit to her fined to her home dn West Main Sochi Calendar street for several days on. account of Mrs. Albert Severance has return- nephew, Sam Walton. Severance in illness. Mrs. Isaac Thicker is nursed home after a visit to Mrs. B. L. Feb. 4 Mrs.W.R. Todd will Louisville. ing her. Dixie Rook Club at two Middleton. Richmond Climax. the Miss Lucile Dudderar is the guest of Miss May Dudderar at Gilbert's T. T. Raney is able to be out Saving, Like Spending, Is a Habit with me. I had stomach, and liver trouble, and my feet and limbs were swollen bo I could scarcely dragr around. "I took Peruna and it has done wonders for me. My cure was a surprise to, my friends for they never expected to see me well again. I just t&ok two bottles of. Peruna after doctoring for five months and growing worse all the time.". Continuous Headache. Ilrs. Esther M. Milner, Box 191, De Graff. Ohio, writes: "I was a terrible sufferer from internal catarrh, and had the headache continuously. I was not able to do my housework for myself and husband. You recommended Peruna. I took four bottles and was completely cured.. I think Peruna a wonderful medicine and have recommended it to. my friends." I ate greed disa- grip. Mrs. Mattie Ncvius is visiting her Son Joe Xevius at Lancaster. Jasper Gaddis, of near Bowen has beeu sick of pneumonia lately. Mrs. J. W. Acey spent several days with her parents in Garrard. . R. Lyons, of Frankfort, spent several days' with his father, G. M. lLyous. of the Busy Cash Store. This office had a pleasant call this week from Mrs. L. B; Jones, of Crab Orchard. Mr. "A. ('. Sine, who has been working Maccabee insurance in Nelson county, returned Wednesday. Miss Katherine Harris is spending a 'few days with her grand-paren- ts at Lancaster. Mrs. A. J. Harp, of Winchester came over to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mollie Nhnnelley. Miss Florence Carter remains quite ill at her home on Logan avenue her many trends regret to know. Stephenson Dozier has been work ing at He"mi for C. F. Garnctt, who has heon sick for several weeks. Mrs. Albert Phillips is visiling her parents at Nieholasville. Ier sister Miss Pearl Beaumont' who has been her guest, returned with her. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Todd, who have had rooms at J. W. Clark's on West Main street, have taken rooms' at W. K. Warner's on Port-ma- n avenue. James Edward Mitchell is the name of a handsome little son who arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Mitchell, of Lexington. The little fellow weighs eight pounds and arrived :t 5:35 on. the mnrninjr of . G-- M. Carter is laid up with the WiHH WM. AM i'M Mp - l CASTO Rl A For Infants and Children. 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NCU YORK CITY. that Arthur Tnttle Wall Spring Line Druijgets Mrs. J. B. Coffey is slight'y im-- ! and Miss Sarah Price Mathews, of Paper. proved todav. Lexington, will be married on the We have iust received our SpringAirs. Pattie EiiLdeman of Pueblo 30th. Mr Tuttle is a former Som- Co!, who has been the "nest o Mr Imo o Drusgets and wall paper. The erset boy and .a mighty fine young and M"rs. Rowan Saufley went to latest ana newest things out. Call man. His will-b- e bride is spoken Lancaster Thursday to make a visit an, see what we hjve. PENCE & of as being both bright and pretty. to 7-- tf TrrrT. relatives in that section. lLA-- the. 21rd. Xcnvs comes ad I -- A. J again. Creek. WOMAN IN BAD CONDITION Miss Pearl Beaumont of Nicholas-vill- e, is the guest of her sister Mrs. Albert Phillips. Mr. J. C. Hays has been confined to his room this week with a severe cold. Mrs. Harry Fry, of Lancaster, and two attractive daughters are the guests of Mrs. C. S. Guy and Mrs. V-.-- . er STOP! LOOK!! LISTEN!!! Monday we begin to close out all Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts at the "mosts ensational Low Prices this store ever made on real Goods-- . Your money will do you great service at this store right now. We also offer some attractively-pricearticles for white sewing. Terms are SPOT CASH beginning Monday, February 1st. Hig-b-Grade t Restored To Health by Lydia J. E. Pinkham's Vegeta- - Fwf Dean.sT-WinuhestSun. V Mrs. Gr. C. Rose, of Lancaster, fale Compound. is the 'gue'st of rer mother, Mrs. " We nave great llelle Perkins. Montpelier, Vt. Mrs. Henry Simpson and little faith in your remedies. I was very ir i.Vi'' regular and was daughlen Elizabeth Logan, of Lan tired and sleepy all caster, spent several days here this the time, would have week. TBI cold chills, and my !l8r Mrs. Martha Adams, of Huaton-villhands and feetwould and Mrs. T. WI. Pennington bloat. stomach - fM botheredMyme, I had of Stanford, have been guests of His pain in my side and Mrs. Rodman Keenou, .at Harrods- . 3 a bad headache most burg-of the time. Lydia Dr. J. G. Carpenter was called E. Pinkham's Vege- to Lancaster Wednesday to see littable Compound has tle Miss Cecil, the handsome daughdone me lots of good Mr., and Mrs. R. II. Batson, and I now feel fine. I am regular, my ter of who is quite ill. stomach is better and my pains have all Dr. C. M. Thompson, of lung's left me. You can use my name if you like. I am proud of what your reme- Mountain, is in Cincinnati hearing dies have done for me." Mrs. Mary lectures and attending hospitals and Gauthier, 21 Ridge St., Montpelier, Vt clinics. He will be there four or five ? -- d e, For any suit or cloak in our house, worth $25, $35, $40. This season's styles and material the finest. For carried-ove- r suits that are made of fine material and the skirt alone is worth what we ask. THE SALE; THE GOODS, Tie prices. The sale is up to this store's $10.00. $7.50 For Lot No. 2' Suits and Coats that were regularly priced up to $20. An Honest Dependable Medicine It must be admitted by every fair-minde- weeks. d, intelligent person, that a medicine could not live and grow in popularity hold for nearly forty years, and y a record for thousands upon thousands of actual cures, as has Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound, without possessing great virtue and actual worth. Such medicines must be looked upon and termed both standard and dependable by every thinking person. to-da- that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- If you liave the slightest doubt ble Compound will belpyou, write to Lydia E.Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass.,for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Mrs. Kittie Hopper is able to be out after an attack of grip. She will leave Saturday for Louisville, wher,. she will attend the wedding of her son- - Rev. William- Hopper and Miss Terry next week. A. L. Perrin, of Camden Point, Mo. stopped off Jiere several days ihis week en route home from Plor-d- a, to visit a number of his relatives among them the Hbcker,' Shanks Embry, and other related families. In remitting for his I. J. from Knoxville Dr. P. W, Logan sa3Ts that he has been suffering inteiisc.lv from "neuritis of the hand arm and shoulder, resulting from a wounded finger, but is better. $3 .75 " $ 1 .95 skirts, regFor choice of twenty-fiv- e ular prices up to $5. Any other skirt at half price. REMNANTS. Ginghams, THAT COAT OR SUIT. The prices look unbelievable, but must Laces, Hamburgs, Colicos, high standard. The goods are clean and make room for other goods. Etc., at very low prices. new. The prices and reductions are as ' ' ',--' represented. 7 1-- 2 Cents v 10 Cents ' 5 Cents Yard for pureLinen lace, to 3 inches wide. 1-- 2 89 Cents inch LOUISVILLE Feb. 1 to 65 191 5 AT THE ARMORY Greater than ever in every feature. For a soft Bleach Cotton, regular 9c quality. For Pajama Cloth. 15 aridJLSc. Other grades For pretty lot of white and colored wash shirt waists. 81.25 8 ton. . 3-- 4 Cents Cot'' V ' For a real finesoft Bleached v: vt.--, The Biggest Auto Show in the West or South. Nothing to equal it outside of New York and Chicago shows. v ":.'. 10 Cents v Regular 12 l-- 2c "' - ;.'; .. : ' Long Cloth, $1.25 bolt of, 12 yards. 5' 15?Long,Ck)th. $L'50 ' bolt of yardst 12 s 25ciaiyard Nainsook. $2.25 " ' bolt or 10, yards. l-2- ,. 12 c 10 Cents For Linen Cluney Laces, ''' ' if to 2 2 inches wide. ', ' 1-- 1 inch 98 Cents For Electric Braid House Dresses. See the'new adjustable Waisl Dress. C. M. C. Crochet Cotton, Utop- r 5 Cents ia Neiger D. M. C, Perle, Indo Twist. San Silk. More Exhibits Every Car o consequence will be shown. More Lavish and Original Decorations typifying Growing Cotton.' Mere Music Cenoerts Afternoon and Night. Ctint to Louisville "Auto Shew" Week For Berkley soft finish Cambric. goods. F6r;rhaU,Lith ;.:.';' 8 Cents. ; ind. ,10 Cents for good fast edge amburg. Values extraordinary. Sheeimg. Sjoial Hot 10 A. M. OIoms 10 P. M. Rat' DtV SON .- dtanroircl Amm r iK . .. - -- !'. r ' -- , i .! rl. k THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1915. Gets Right Twist On Rheumatism Makts Sbrt Work Systi f during Aches and Pains SJJ Cfbis tat Go Ytur Entire Fast. . Brock Less, acre f. ... 6 00 Brown, Thos.'l acre 1 65 Brown, Ed. heirs, lot Col. 5 15 Brown, Mat, lot . J SSr flS f "Just a line in praise of Sloan's 2 30 Brown, Lyons heirs lot Liniment. I have been ill nearly fourteen weeks with rheumatism, 3 90 Bruce, Gill, lot have been treated by doctors who Settles It. 1-- 2 Bruce, Mollie, 1 acre.... 3 55 In S. S. S. You Get a Twist on Rheumatism that did their best. I had not slept for the terrible pain for several nights, Bnrdett. Jno. (bal) 22' acres 7 75 Many a rheumatic sufferer has been to them neutral and scatters those peculiar jacks. when my wife got me a small bottla in the nerve centers that Bright, Lucy, 11 acres" .... 6 75 drug store for a bottle of S. S. S. and formations mystifying and often baffling the of the Liniment and three applicB. G. Fox and M. J. Farris. Jr.. something claimed to be cause such been "handed ations gave me relief so that I could 7 70 Capps, J M, 5 acres of Danville, are still supplying the sleep." Joseph Tamblyn. 615 Conjjust as good." Truly, to ask for bread rheumatic pains. remedy 2 20 practice. Carpenter, heirs, 1 aere vene Street, ifcKeetport, Pa. And best of all this remarkable and be given a stone is still in government with war mules. If in If you are troubled with rheurratismnote is welcome to the weakest stomach. your British Wright Cloyd, Mariah heirs, 31 acres 2 30 C. A. from Marshall, Tenn., any form be sure to use S. S. S. and you have drugged yourself until 1' 65 Cloyd, Nancy, 2 acres stomach is nearly paralyzed, you will be inspected and shipped another car its wonderful influence. S. S. S. has the peculiar action of soak- astonished to find that S. S. S. gives no 2 30 Cloyd,. Alex 1 acre ing through the intestines directly into sensation but goes right to work. Thia is load from Danville last Friday, and 2 3? Cloyd, Almira. 1 lot '. is the blood. In live minutes its influence is because it is a pure vegetable infusion, as will return next week for more. The your blood just tiny 2 30 at v.'ork. in every artery, vein and organ taken naturally into naturally into your farmers are seemingly glad of an Durham, R C (adm) lot Every membrane, every pure air is inhaled capillars-H-5 80 18 acres Floyd. in opportunity to dispose of their of the body, every emunctory becomes im- lungs. Givens, Mrs. Anderson, 2 ac. 2 95 effect a filter to strain the blood of Get a bottle of S. S. S. today, and ask aged stock. Mr. "Wright has. shippurities. The stimulating properties of S. for S. S. S. Goode, Bud or Ernest; lot.. 6 45 ped from Danville six car loads in S. S. compel the skin, liver, bowels, kidYou may depend upon it that the store 7 05 Goode, Frank, lot neys, bladder to all work to the one end is good that sells you what you ask forthe a Swift the last few "weeks, and' has distribof casting out every irritating, every 4 50 Goode, AYolf, acre to Write atom of poison? it dislodges by place to trade.Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., uted with the fanners about $17,- 3 90 irrigation all accumulations in the joints, Specific Co., 204 on Kheumatlsim Ma3nard. Richard, 71 acres. .S 95 Goode, Sherman; 20 acres. 000 in cash for the same. Good for Neuralgia, Sciatica, Sprains and Bruises. causes acid accretions to disolve, renders for their Book 4 50 .' Goode, Willis Sr., lot Maynard W B (bal) 150 ae. to 6 45 All Dealers 25c 1 97 McMullins, Mrs. S M, 156 ac 7 00 Goode, Phillis, acre.t. . t lioskins, Lizie, 35 acres Send four cents in stamps for a free TRIAL BOTTLE. I Bright, Maggie, 2 30 4 C 40 Gordon. Alex, 5 acre acres... 9 00 Melton Rube, 16 acres SHERIFFS SALE FOR 2 60 Isaacs. W R, lot 3 90 14 05 Kidd. Charlie. 20 acres DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc. DePt.B Philadelphia, Pa. DELINQUENT TAXES Broadus- Millard, lot 2 98 Merrert, 0 F, 350 acres..'.. 35 50 Graves. Joseph; 3 acres 6 85 5 00 Helm, Tom, 5 acres Mills, Rev. II R 57 acres 3 00 6 oo Kidwell. H, lot, Brown, Mariah, 30 acres! 3 90 12 80 Hocker, Will, 10 acres 4 86 Miracle, Lihu, 120 acres 3 85 Kreiger, Fred, 64 acres of Brown, Clay, acre I, J G. Weatherford, Sheriff 2 30 65 1 locker, Jas. 5 acres ". 2 94 Mitchell, J W (nr) 32 acres 3 2 30 Ladislen, B, 7 acres .. Lincoln county, will on Monday. Bruce, Will, lot OTTENHEIM. KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL 6 65' 5 20 Hunn, Geo. 2 lots Lam--, W E, 10 acres 40 22 Moore, B H, 33 acres 2 30 February 8th, 1915, bame being Caldwell, Maggie, loir . llev. Bosspart filled his regular 5 10 2 30 Huston. Will (bal) S acres. 5 44 Mullins, Sarah, 3 acres.... 1 35 Manuel, E B, 96 v acres 'County Court day, offer for sale at Carson, W A, acre ..'.... 12 SO Health is Worth Savi.ng and Some appointment here Sunday. ; lot 4 30 McWhorter, J. C. lot ...".... 14 78 Murphy, Cicero, 19 acres ... 10 35 Jakins Jake 4 acre . . . the Court llouse door at Stanford-Ivy.- , Farris. Ben, 5Er. James Oldham is building a 4 00 Stanford People Know How u.6 54 Jarman, Lizzie, 12 acres. Murphy, W M 100 acres 3 90 Middleton. Catherine, lot . . . 7 89 the following real property re Graves, John, 30 acres.., new house. He has two carpenter" 3 70 To Save It. 4 3 90 Noakes, Aaron 16 acres 4 50 Morgan, Lewis, 128 acres... 6 10 Johnson. Richard; lot turned delinquent, .ame being the Harris?, Willis, lot ' . . '. employed Messrs. J. li.. Russel and 7 40 34 81 Jone, G E:'20 acies 11 60 Padgett, II II, 153 acrs 3 90 Payne, Martha, lot amount due for state, county and Havdeu, Tim, acre . . 4 95 Afiitiv Stfint'iirfl nooiilp. hikn t.Iiftir Otto Ensslin. . 4 50 Jones Andy; 3 acres . 3 85 Padgett, Louie, 30 acres rt 4 61 Payne, H S. 3 acres school taxes, for the year 1914. Said Hays. Will, lot ... ." Messrs. 1. G. Russell. Will An2 30 lives in their hands by neglecting Jones, Abe, 4 acres 8 00 Phillips W A, 110 acres 4 50 3 90 Payne, W M, 2 acres' .sale to begin at 1:00 o'clock stan-- j liiggins- - Geo, 2 acres 3 55 th kidneys when they know these derson and son, Thomas, purchased 5 15 Jones. Anderson lot 3 90 Peugleton A C 30 acres 2 30 Payne, J C. 15 acres lard time. The names of those pay Jackbon. J S (nr) lot 2 30 organs, need help. 4 26 Jones, Faiy Eliza, lot Weak kidneys, a sinngje null irom r. benwitziei S 00 Pittman Sam, 58 acres 2 30 Paynter. Eva. 100 acres ing before that datc will be stricken i Jeffries, Jane, 3 acres 3 25 are responsible for a vast amount and moved it Mr. J. It. Russelfs .' . . 37 78 Poggenberry. Sophia, 125 ac. 6 10 Lucas John, lot 3 55 Reynolds, J M 80 acres from the Iit. Locket, Saupher, 27 acres. 5 5h of hiiffering 6 acres the farm where they will cut shingles. and 3 .r)6 Poppenhogen, Sophia, 100 ac. 7 40 Martin. John, 3 05 Rogers, Jno., 7 acres Logan, Liza, lot Jan. 35th, 3915. There have been several eases 3 90 slightest delay is dangerous.. Use 3 94 MeCorninek. Geo. lot 3 86 Sadloosky. John, 70 acres . . 3 67 Reynolds. Will, acre Logan, Will, Jr, J. G. WEATHERFORD, . . . . t 5 05 DoanV Kidney Pills a remedy that of the grip here. .31 20 McGill, Lee. 3 lot 3 22 Rice, Will, 130 acres 2 95 Severance. II, acre . Sheriff Lincoln County. Loiran, Mary, lot Mr. J. R Russell was the guest 3 05 Miller, Jas, 1 lot 7 40 has helped thousandsof kidney suf4 50 Siler, Ledford, 35 acres ... 5 14 Riguey, Alice, lot . Lytic Bob, lot WHITE. STANFORD 4 95 ferers. Here is a Stanford citizen's of his sister Mrs. X. I. Adams-Sunda6 20 Oliver. Chas. 10 acres acres.... 35 77 Rogers F A, 15 acres 3 acres. . 4 20 Singleton, C H,.-6- 1 Am't. McGoberts, Maud, Name Property 3 90 Owens. Willis, 4 acres . .. . . 4 30 recommendation . ... 3 25 Smith. Mrs. A., 100 acres ... 4 90 Scarbough, Jno. 20 acres Mrs. Otto Young is visiting her agt, 200 acres 7 43 Miller, Geo, 2 acre Albright, K L, 3 55 Owsle-- . Alex. 12 2 acres.. 11 10 '3Iy back' was so sore and pain 4 90 Tschanz. Godfrey, 87 acres. . 16 33 Simms, Mrs M E, 80 acres.. 7 70 McMullins; W, 5 acres 25 ful that it w;i hard for me to get fathe'r, Mr. James Meredith. .Brown, Will, 30 acres 3 25 Patterson, Lee; 90 acres... 10 3 08 Siiums J W, 37 acres 2 30 Wren, A. A., 6 acres Mr. Emil Bless bought a fine hog Burke- Mr. J M, 18 acres. .. 5 05 Penman. Wes (nr) acre 3 25 Patton, Newman, 11 acres.. 0 85 around for days at u time." says G H, 12 acres 5 10 Bastiu, A H (nr) 66 acres . . 14 71 Simm, Perkins, C H, acre from James Oldham for Avhieh he 12 70 Calnic, Mrs. Einina, lot 65 acres 4 20 Prctor,AYilliam, 1 acre.... 5 55 D. C. Dyehouse of Whitley avenue. 5 15 1 fines, Geo. (nr) 20 ceres ... 1 75 Singleton Elizabeth, 1 65 Carpenter. Mrs. G A, 29 acres 4 $2 Sallee, Jessie, lot ..".... 3 85 Riffe, Bob, 2 acies Stanford. "I tried everything but paid 7 cents a pound. who Singleton G A, 6 acres 3 55 CRAB ORCHARD COLORED Smith. Lucy, acre Mrs. Sue Russell, has been 11 80 didn't seem to get anything 4 20 Coolej', Ben, 7 acres that Sutton, Iteflome, 25 acres.... 5 15 RilTe & Jones, 4 acres 3 86 Buchanan, Dilham acre 3 88 2 30 Avould bring me relief until I got siek, is now some better. 00 50 Smith, Bud, acre Craig, W N 3 lots Robinson, Emma, lot 13 35 Skelton C W. 93 acres 3 55 Buchanan, Elina, acre 3 88 Dause, Charlie 25 acres.... 2 Bo Stepp, heirs, 2 acres, 3 90 Sandidge, Geo. . Sr., 5 acres 5 S Dean's Kidney Pills. They proved Sl;idmoro, W T IS "acres 3 55 Clark, Jas, 17 acres 6 2d M. K. Wilson, of the West End. 5 OH to he what 1 needed ajid.by;the time 0 75 Stewart Ellen, 47 acres.... Dewery, G M 30 acres 6 13 Singleton.. Oscar, 7 acres.... W D 38 acres Skidmore. 6 40 Collins, Jasper acre ....... sold to Tucker & McCormick, twenty-Stewart, narve, lot 3 65 1 65 u 40 Eads, Thos. 30 acres Smallwood, Garfield 40 acres 11.20 Singleton, Jim & Julia, acre I had finished three boxes, the pain . hogs at 6 l-4 9o 2:30 in mv hack left and I felt better in five . "Faughcr, Jacob 130 acres.. 12 15 Thurmond. Dick, 40 acies.. 6 20 Curtis, Andrew. 6 acres . . . : 6 10 Smith, Will, lot Smith, Eva 164 acres... 4 50 Fish, Geo., 8 acres Thurmond, Alex. Sr., acre. 3 88 3 90 every way." 8 95 Greer. Jus. lot 5 00 Steele, Charlie, 1 lot Spiegle, Heir 75 acres. . 1 65 3 1)0 Guest, Howard, acre 2 90 Walker, heirs by IJ'ZJI Simp llalley, W R, lot 4 50 Toombs, Lucy, 2 acres PriCf 50c. nt all dealers. Don't Stevens. X B 50 acres.. 2 30 Hansford, Delia, lot son, 5 acres 2 30 1 65 simply ask for a kidney remedy .. 12 45 Tucker, Yina. lot ITubble Tel. Co 11 25 Stringer. G C 55 acres . . I 3 90 Higgins, Bell, lot 2 30 15 25 Warren, Everhart, acre Huffman, D V 7 acres 2 95 Welch, James. 2 2 acres... 5 35 get Doan's Kidney Pills the same VanTIook, L, 13 acres.. 4 60; Mobley, Mary, acre 2 30 JJutchinsou, J W (nr) 20 acr 7 00 Whitley, Ellen, 20 acres .. 7 25 that ATr. Dvehouse had. J'ostc"--Mil- Taught Milford 1 lot ' I will still continue to 3' 25 Ross, John, acre Whitley. Lily (bal) 30 acres 3 90 ,.. 8 95 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh burn Co., Props., Buffalo. X. 1 . Johnson, J L (nr) 200 acres 12 45 Walls, G A, 70 acres.. 3 85 Schooler, Noah, 8 acres..,. r 3 90 27 0L Whitley. Willis., acre buy your CHICKENS, JCincaid, W P lot 7 10 Weslev. Gilbert 28 acres 1 77 Welsh. Sam, lot That Contain Mercury Whithers. Pattie, .6 acres. . 4 20 43 58 32 60 Lair. J M, 73 acres Chvistman- - near Hubble, Wesley, Jacob 137 acres J. X. EGGS and HIDES at 7 05 Anderson, J E, acre 5 12 surely 12 76 Whither., Geo. W, acre.... Lancaster Tel. Co., Williams, Elou, 33 acres ... 3 55 as mprcarr will ilerantte destroy tlio sene of smell bought from Tnggle , brothers, ten the whole system when and completely 3 25 Anderson. C A, 137 acres... 12 77 Detroit, acre 2 55 Woods, 10 00 entering it through thu jnuitfus Mirface. Suchn yearling cattle at 6 2 cents per Martin, Tibatha, 35 acres. the Highest Market Young. Eph. 45 acres artlilos 4 90 :ieer le nVil exurpt on prescrlp-tioWAYNESBURG WHITE 3 85 Wolford. Geo. lot Messer, Mrs Sien 4 acres.. Wm. (nr) 70 acres. . 4 85 they frutndoreputable physicians, as the damage yiound . Grant 2 30 Is teu fold to the pood ou trail posPrices, at The Garage , 3 20 Baker, Susan, lot . 2 30 sibly will Moore. J W (nr) 116 acres. Clel Coleii'an, 6 10 Otte, Caroline, 50 acres of Harrodsburg, derlt from thttn. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Acton, J W, 74 acres manufactured by F. J. Cheney &. Co.. Toledo. O., bought CRAB ORCHARD WHITE 4 05 Newcomb, Sallie, lot forty head of cattle from Dr. 8 65 Solam, Henry (nr) 50 acres 2 Q0 contains no mercury, and Is tjken Internally, on Cut Off Pike. Acton, Jno. 74 acres Q5 acting directly uin the blood and mucous sur- J. P. Bock, of Wilmore. at 5 19 35 Abraham, Mrs. (bal) 175 acr. 37 41 Adams?, Ed, 42 acres Potts, W C, 37 acres 4 3 55 Jewel, H C (nr) 80 acres... '3 faces of the f.ystem. In biiylns Hall's Catarrh Is the 2 95 Adams ESTILL CARTER. 3 30 Cure be sure you set In genuine. It by taken cents a pound antl twelve, hogs from Price J V, lot 23 15 Sims Virgil. 26 acres 2 06 Allan, Alice, 175 acres F. J. internally ami made Toledo. Ohio, J M 75 acres Cheney A. Co. Testimonials free. 19 acres... 5 86 Kichardsoii, J B HUST0NVILLE WHITE Adams, Reuben. 30 acres... 4 41 August. Albert G, 102 acres . . 8 95 Phone 203. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by nruggists. ttoberts, Mrs. S T. GO acres 6 35 Adams J M (nr) 75 acres... 2 10 Austin, Sarah (bal) 120 acres 6 85 Ashley, C L, 2 .. . 0 30 Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. pound. Robert, Mrs--. Barbara, acre G 10 Barker, Mrs. P, lot 4 18 Bastiu. J C, 15 acres .5 55 Backer, G C, lacre 3 oo Sehea. Henry (nr) 50 acres 1 90 Bell. W L, lot 10 20 Brawner C R, 2 lots' 9 48 Baugh, S II, 100 acres 14 45 8 00 .' . Sharp Jno. 55 acres 4 90 Brown, Chas. 2 Blankenship, F F 21 acres. v. 4 46 Baugh. J G, 30 acres 4iere. ...... 4 30 Simones, .Chas 100 acres. . . 26 45 Bryant, J B, 83 acres 5 15 Burton & Hudson "(bal) 234 7 11 Benson, J L, 10 acres 6 20 Simms, Jas. 30 acres Brunmiett, Sherman, 100 acr 7 08 Brunei-- , U G, 559 acres.,. ... 31 06 . acres 73 08 Spoonamore, J M & A L 72 Cliborn. M E & S J "90 acres 4 80 Bunch, Jas R (bal) 128 acres 5 25 Carrier, V, 8 acres 5 05 2 30 acres 4 80 Chrisinau, Mrs. Mary A. (nr) 3 55 Burchett, K S, 69 acres Collins, J C, lot . 7 Stewart Malinda, 25 acres.. 2 90 Denney, J F. 20 acres . . .. 3 S7 Burton, Garley, 27 acres. . . 5 60 13 75 10 acres 2 30 Dishoji, R L, Williams. C C 83 acres 4 acres . . . . . 3 90 Caldwell, C G heirs, 125 acres 16 90 Clarkson, S J (nr) 3 lots. . f. 4 18 Yates, Billie, heirs, 80 acres 2 30 Elder, Richard, 20 acres '. . 4 50 Caldwell, Wiek, 15 acres 6 40 8 35 Coffman. S Wacrcs ' STANFORD COLORED Frazier, Robt. 35 acres . . . . 4 50 Carpenter, W B, 53 acres.. 3 30 Columbia Singletree Co. 1 lot 15 00 .. Abb, Joe, 2 acres 3 65 Carrolton, Jno. 206 acres... 15 45 Curd. Mrs.limne , 4 50 German Club House lot.... 16 90 t 5 90 Dameron, M: IV (nr) 1 lot . Bailey. Rose, lot 2 30 Graut, David, 240 acres. . . 12 76 Clifton. C, 48 acres 1 97 2 80 Dishon, Mrs." W L, 10 acres 3 45 Griffin, J W. acre Bright, Bettie, lot .. 2 69 Coffnuin, W R, 4 acres 17 55 Griffin, Garfield (nr) 35 acr 1 43 Coffman, W B. 180 acres v. 16 50 Durham, T J, 25 acres . , 11:40 Keep I Handy For Rheumatism Harris, J S. 30 acres . . . . . 3 00 Coleman, G W, 85 acres... 10.11 Fuell, Mrs. M, 1-- 2 aere... 2 30 4 80 Gibson", Fred, 1 acre 3 81 Co'ok, J W, 3 acres .. 3 90 Xo use to squirm and wince ana llaty, A J, 39 acres ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY ARTICLES 2 90 Gooch, Mrs. S. E. lot .. 4 16 Cook. Mrs. J M, 4 acres 3 60, try to wear out Rheumatism. It will lleusley, Geo. 4 acres 385 EGGS 3 85 3 90 wear you out instead. Apply soma Holdnian. W T, 224 acres.. .. lV 70 Cummins, F V, 25 acres Gresham, Walter, 5 acres. 410 BEEF, sirloin 5 80 Sloan's Liniment. Xeed not rub it Holmes. D Y, 125 acres' . . . . 33 45 Datson, M L, 60 acres Horihe. E B, (nr) 400 acres. . 32 45 445 MUTTON, leg Holmes, Jno, 7S6 acres ,.249 83 Decker, Mrs. John, 65 acres 7 40 Howard, E M, 50 acres 12 60 in just let it penetrate all through luou MILK 7 001 Hughes, G. A.- lot Delauey, Phil, ac-r.,. 4 50 the affected parts, relieve the 1030 PORK, loin Life Insurance Refused 3 55 Dishon, C, 37 acres v uo Hughes, Jno. S 3 acres. ness and draw the pain. You get NI7 BREAKFAST FOODS Dougla, Marion, 42 acres... 5 15 Jackson, Lake, lot . v. . B 2 95 Ever notiec. how clo.'i'f life in ease at once and feel so much better H85 CHEESE 14 90 Kenney, T W 230 acres 8 65 you want to go right out and tell surance examiners look for symp- Elliott. W T, 90 acres 1365 BUTTER E-1245 Land, John T, 15 acres 100 acres 9 60 other sufferers about Sloan's. Get toms of kidney diseases? They do : 2025 i RICE 5 67 17 50 a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for so. because weakened kidneys lead Estes, G W, 36 acres McWhorter, .H W, acre POTATOES Florence, J M, heirs 134 acres 13.50 Minks,-Mr- s. 7 40 E'. J., lot 25 cents of any druggist and have to many forms of dreadful 3040 i BEANS, dried 95 3 7 70 -- .. Minks, J. H.JiO acres afflictions. If you have Floyd, Jas. acre it in the house against Colds, sore I WHEAT FLOUR 0 20 Mtfore, Geo, W, grd Richards and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sci- any sympoms like pain in the back, Floyd, Mrs. Joana, 142 acres-116 30 4 85 heirs, 13 acres . . , frequent, scanty or painful action, Francis, heirs. 204 acres atica and like ailments. Your-mone3 55 Joe, 36 acres Gadberry. Shoemaker,.-BP- " 2 acres. , . 23 40 back if not satisfied, but it does tired feeling , aches and pains, get 2 40 Singleton, G A. acre 2 92 Kidney Pills today. For sale GnBtinenn, J II (bal) give almost instant relief. Buy a 12 10 Smith. Gibbson, W D, 50 acres 2 30 M?J. 7 acres Mrs. by all druggists. bottle todsiry. T-Gibson, Isaac acre ...,.,... 3 00 Smith C. C. 12 acres 19 75 One pound of .flour costing on an average of 4c, will go Gooslin, Mont. 40 acres.... 22 70 Span, Mrs. Alice, acre 2 30 as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per Harris, Wr P. '60 acres .'.... 3 40 Stautoii. J, T. '2 acres 4 50 Hart. Jrio 50 acres, 1 lot... 33J)5 ttThomas. W H, 'lot. . . pound. Order Baughman's No. 1 flour from your groeer. 8 35 I 10 2,5 133 Hayden Jno, 4 30 Trusty,, Geo, acre This will help reduce the high cost of living. Hcrtel,Adolph, 135 acres... 14 40 1, 4 Hollbrook, W V, 84 acres. ... .10-3-5 Horton, Arthur, 3 acres . . .". 3,00 V Baclcaoket jpverf tired Not so Horton, R. E. (bal) 47 1-- 2 acres.8 7Q spry as.yon$ to'liel'Gqtting.oia? rioup. .airs, juary, w acre's. i aay 'peroi midt'ake kidney troi-,b- le Hutchinson, B D 30 acres.. '4 50 for actuuMMf agy. Kidneys' out a mrr Johnson Gr D, 102 acres. . . , 4 45 Tel. Co.. ;4 20 of order Milit yon feel old before Kentucky Farmers i "3 55 your tiqfr.prtlnr1S&e7 ?ak tM Kisun..' Fred. 10 acres. : ' 2 3f F and inT,igOTie'ie kidneys, ban-itLeach. , T)ws,aefes ..... i: Wckaeiie, rid your Mobd-o- f acids to HUGHES Jc MARTIN Lone W M, 100 acres.. ...V 8 9& B 83 And poisonls. Sold by ,alL drHggisto Marks, Mry.B (bal) 76y.ac.. Black-Draught I Black-Draught. after-effec- ts, pain-inflictin- B535?'SB5?'5 sSs&KB8bkk horse for $120. At the bale of Ned and Maxwell Lyle in Fayette county cows brought from HO to $85; mules $140 to $155 horses $120 to $265; sheep $8.05 per head; brood sows $25 to $35; fat cattle and shbats 7 to 7 chickcorn $4 at crib; hogs 7 ens $8 to $11 per dozen. E., P. Maggard, of the Ann of Saunders & Maggard, of Flemings-bur- g left recently for California, where ho has gone to sell a carload of twenty jacks to be shipped to him at the point from this country by the Aim of Saunders-- . & Maggard. Mr. Maggard has gone west at different points for a number of years, where he has sold a large number of Iwo-year-o- FARM AND STOCK NEWS E. F. Bailey, of JUuywood, sold to ilr. Itoger of Highland ths week, a ld STOMACH TROUBLES Mr. iL-2- c; Wilcher,, J W, 3 2 acres. . Yocum, Crine, 1 acre Yocum, M H, lot ....' HUSTONVILLE COLORED R&glaad Writes Interesting 8 Alcorn, D A, heirs, lot Letter oa This Subject Alcorn, James Sr. 1 1-- 2 acre 12 3 Anderson, Frank 1 aere Armstrong, Geo. 2 lotsv... 5 1-- Walls, Jno. 10 acres, Walls, Bud, 35 acres ...... 3 25 7 00 3 25 5 30 3 90 65 3-4- c; g ht been taking Thedford for indigestion, and other stomach troubles, also colds, and find it to be the very best medicine I have ever used. After taking for a few days, I always feel like a new man." Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain in pit of stomach, and a feeling of fullness after eating, are sure symptoms oi stomach trouble, and should be given the proper treatJnent, as your strength and health depend very largely upon ycur food and its digestion. To get quick and permanent relief from these ailments, you should take a medicine of known curative merit. Its 75 years of splendid-succes- s, in the treatment of just such troubles, proves the real merit of Thedford's Safe, pleasantrgentle in action, and without bad it is sure to benefit both young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25c. n, c izr. Black-Draug- Madison Heights, Chas. A. Bailey, Tom. 1 acre.'. Ragland, of this place, writes:' "I have Bailey, Charlie, 1 lot Va.r-M- r. -- Armstrong, Jno. 1 lot..V. .. Bailey, Emma, 1 lot Bell of Lincoln Lodge, lot. . 80 25 80 5 15 4 30 3 85 2 30 6 10 2 80 Rheumatism Muscle Colds apply. "It is easy to use and quick to respond, It penetrates without rubbinK." "Have used your Liniment very successfully No work. Just Read What Others Say: in a case of rheumatism, and alwa3 have a bottle on hand in case of a cold or sore throat. I vish to say I think it one of the best of household remedies. I would not have used it only it was recommended to me by a friend of mine who. I wtah to say, is xne of the best boosters for jour Liniment I ever saw. ' J. W. Fuller, Denttr, J SLOANS LINIMENT ...::.. 3-- - 1 3-- J 3-- ill-hea- ! - ...7. y. 1-- 1-- - ISO-pca- nd 2c I . 1-- Produce Wanted 1-- ...... 1-- ! 1-- Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ,.-654- . .! . e - .- th, life-shorteni- ng 1 -- 75-aer- es .... j? EnergyMuscle and Strength Giving Qualities BIG SALE STILL ON." New Percales, Ginghams, White Goods, Laces,, Etc.. aeres... I qjjj CM. Succor s LYONS- tmrnJmuaMWinium L:H. Baughman & Co. r Stanford, Kentucky rr,v m Oi r ' riiumtns) ' lMMCMttMM0MIIMSMMH Matm .i,mi m vw t r t . Ml:.;. mimv vr- -