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T Established 1860. 56th Year. No. 10. The Interior Journab Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 2, 1915. Awarded Medal of Honor. Lieutenant Caswell Sauflev was made the recipient of a medal of honor- - at a banquet in New York City, given him last week by tho Navy Department The token was in appreciation of gallant and efficient service in the navy in general, and Ids work at Vera Cruz in particular. It was presented by Admiral Peary in a speech replete with go.od things. Lieutenant Suafley's words of acceptance were most appropriate and well chosen and rounds of applause met his every sentence. It will be remembered that he made the first flight over Vera Cruz. His friends here are delighted at the honors Mr. Saufley is receiving and the success he is making of his life SN s& -- vcv 5frv- -' - 3S Keaew Year Snbscriptiom Promptly. Papr stoPs When Yonr Tim HWatck the Date Om Label an Tuesdays and Fridays REVIVAL SERVICES BEGIN MISS FLORENCE CARTER DEAD TOBACCO BRINGS 50 CENTS POUND AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bright Young Woman Breaths Last tf3ig Institution To Have Been Opened at Crab OrGeorge Marsie, of Garrard County Breaks RecAfter a Long Illness J. A. Trostle Is Being Heard By Rev. Large Congregations and Preach ords in Kentucky for This Season When a Baschard This Week, Burns to Ground Death is at all times sad, but it is es Right from the Shoulder peculiarly so when it comes to one ket of His Tobacco Brings 50c a Pound whose whole life is before her and A Real Revivalist is preaching to the People's Tobacco Warehouse. happy and large crowds each afternoon and whose surroundings re night at the Presbyterian church who had so much to live for, as did MARSJE'S ENTIREQROP AVERAGES during the revival services which be- Miss Florence Carter, who passed quietly from life unto death at nine gan there Sunday. Although he has HIGH PRICE OF $22.50 PER HUNDRED. lived in Stanford for something over, o'clock Monday night. She was the a year, few local people outside of only daughtr of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wildest Enthusiasm on the Breaks of the People's his own denomination had ever Carter, of Stanford, and was the idol ago she heard the Rev. J. A. Trostle, evan- of their home. Several years Tobacco Warehouse Monday Morning showed signs of failing health and in gelist for the Transylvania PresbySince Two Years Asro. tery preach in a local pulpit. Those the hope of warding off the erious trouble, her parents took her west, who are hearing him in the meeting now in progress, are beginning to where she was thought to be so much Numerous Big Averages Made. Bidding Enthusiastic, Quality Good and work. realize wha they have missed. Rev. improved that they brought her Happiness Reigns Supreme Among Growers of the Weed. Trostle is peculiarly original in his home, hoping that she would soon be Gooch Dunn. style of delivery and argument for well and strong again. Last sum- COL. IKE DUNN KNOWS HOW TO HANDLE On Wednesday afternoon, the the Master's Cause, and drives home mer her trouble again showed itself YOUR TOBACCO TO THE BEST ADVANTAGE 27th day of January, Miss Mary his points m a way which is bound and she gradually grew weaker and Elizabeth Gooch and Benjamin Arm- to have a tlirect appeal to all who weaker until it was necessary for her All records in Kentucky for the 60 pounds at strong Dunn were united in marriage hear him. fSome one suggested that to take her bed which she seldom left. 13 4 cents There was never a more patient season for high priced tobacco were 195 pounds at the home of the bride's parents he has much of the style of Billy 14 4 cents at in the Goshen section of this county. Sunday, bu be that as it may, there sufferer nor one more hopeful. Be- broken at the People's Tobacco 285 pounds at 14 4 cents beEpsom Hill Sanitorium, known for ger. The place nad been extensively In the presence of only the two im- is no gainsaying the Warhouse on Perryville street, Mon- 160 pounds at 12 4 cents fact that he is a lieving that she would be well several years as the Spitler Sanitor- advertised and a good patronage was mediate families, the Rev. P. M. Tin- powerful pleader with a vim and fire fore the flowers of Springtime came, day morning when a basket consign- 350 pounds at 12 4 cents reAVERAGE $12.94 der, of Lancaster, performed the cer- that holds the attention of his con- she made many plans for the future ed by George Marsie, of Garrard ium, where treatment was given on expected as it offered a splendid and in each remembered har friends, treat for those needing treatment Battle Creek methods, burned to and the fame of CruS Orchard water emony in a very appropriate man- gregations ;from start to finish. He never forgetting those whom she lov- county, brought 50 cents a pound. Marsie's entire crop averaged $22.52 Rankin & Mayfield, of Garrard ner. Th bride, who is the oldest often presents the old, old story in the ground last Saturday morning is norld-widdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. a new light, but in doing so, it will ed. Miss Carter was an exceedingly per hundred, which is also a record county, sold the following baskets: about three o'clock. The building, Just how tho bW.e originated is ' Gooch, wore a suit of blue with hat be found fd have some peculiar ap- briught, pretty girl and very iopular breaker. Many high averages were 235 pounds at 12 4 cents which was about a mile and a half a mystery. A coi-vcaretaker is and gloves to match. She is a very plication that might be difficult of with all who had the pleasure of made, and if there has ever been 245 pounds at 14 4 cents knowing her well. She was 26 years any dubt about the People's House 210 pounds at. said to have been on the property at charming young lady and has for the discernmenf otherwise. 12 4 cents north of Crab Orchard, off the Lan13 4 cents The Sunday services at the Pres- of age and had for a long time been being the best market in Kentucky it 265 pounds at caster pike was very large and com- the time. Practically everything was past few years been an enthusiastic a consistent member of the Christian was dispelled Monday morning. The 395 pounds at 12 4 cents modious, as is shown by the cut uestroyed as there was r.o means of teacher in the schools of this county. byterian Gnurch which 'were the The groom, who is a son of the late opening services of the revival were church. Here was a beautiful Chris- wildest enthusiasm prevailed, the en- 145 pounds at 15 4 cents practically new, hav- obtaining fire protection. above. It was emthusiastic scenes being the first of 135 pounds at 14 4 cents Two Stanford insurance agencies W. G. Dunn, is one of Garrard coun- well attended. The Baptist, Chris- tian life and one well worthy of years ago at a ing been built a few parents, brother ana the character since two years ago 210 pounds at. 14 znts cost said to have been close to $12,-00- had policies on the building. The ty's most energetic young farmers tian and the Methodist churches ulation. Hr ovfriends are almost heart-broke- n when the weed took a sudden upAVERAGE $14.10 and a splendid young man. Both the which had heartily m It was the property of W. E. firm of Bromley & Bromley carried er their loss, but in their grief they ward jump. Laur, of Sagniaw, Michigan, who '$3,500 on the building and had $500 bride and groom have a host of rela- the preparatory work joined forces knowing that Capt. C. C. Lucas, the gifted and Burdett & Carmichael, of Mercer purchased the sanitorium a year or on the furniture and Jesse D. Wear-e- n tives and friends who wish them at the Presbyterian church in the have the consolation of d auctioneer, of North county, sold the following baskets: joy and happiness throughout evening. The result was the assemb- their loss is her eternal gain. much had $1,500 on the building. so ago and had planned to open it this The funeral will be preached at the Carolina, was in the best of shape, 275 pounds at their wedded life. 12 4 cents ling of a splendid audie.icc that alon a large and pretentious week home on Logan avenue at 10:30 ' and held the throng spellbound by 280 pounds at most filled all the .seats. Not less 12 cents Keep your property of all kinds scale for treatment of nervous and Mothers, Attention. 13 1- -1 cants than 250 people it is estimated were o'clock Wednesday morning by her his magic efforts when the record 280 pounds at. other related troubles. D W. J. always protected by insurance in the Don't fail to attend the display of piesent. The congregations which pastor, Rev. D. M. Walker, after breaking prices were being realized. 360 pounds at 13 4 cents Edmiston, of Crab Orchard, was old reliable companies represented Boys' Apparel in the parlors which the burial will take place in ofthe gathered on Monday were also The People's House is so thorough- 245 pounds at . 12 4 cents consulting physician and a Mi. V 'd by Jesse D. Waren, the Insurance St. Asaph Hotel, Thursday and ly lighted and so constructed that 345 pounds at - to be active mana large. A religious service on a Buffalo Springs cemetery. 12 cents 10-- 1 Man of Stanford. cf Michigan, waThursday night, Feb. 4th. Wash week day "does not usually number the tobacco is shown to the best sell- - 3S0 pounds at 10 2 cents .v I v rl n 3..r va n . rt G. G. Wine Dead. Suits, Woolen Suits, in Oliver Twist, much over 50 peoplo. This one num11 lug aut ctiiicigG, auu fuuii Tlni tiuu U95 pounds at cents G. G. Wine, well known in Stan- his experienced men know how to Balkan, Russian Blouse and hundreds bered about 100. Ji the night ser AVERAGE $12.07 MOUNTAIN MULES TOO SMALL W. C. T. U. Organized at McKinney. of other patterns, Balmaccan Coats vice there wa.s a laige attendance. ford, where he lived many years died place the weed to the best advan(Contributed) for Boys and Girls, Panama, Straw JKThe, sermons de'ivoved by Rev. J. at Cloverport last week. Mr. Wine tage. These, with other exceptional Massey & Cox, of Boyle M. J. Farris, Jr., Unable to Buy Any It is with real joy that we roport and Felt Hats, etc. No admission A? Trostle were vorv earnest as-- was in the monument business here advantages, are largely responsible old the following baskets: county; for War, at London. ' the organization of a Woman's Chris charged. 10-- 1 to awak- - and placed many of the handsome for the satisfactory prices. To date 75 pounds at fpow erf ul appeals zaicul-ite17 4 cents Temperance-Unio- n tian at McKin ,- 4 Danville has proven to be the third 260 pounds at. CJL. hi- - '.he inuilrerent monuments that are in Buffalo cemMaurice J. Farris, Jr., of Danville, ney. 10 cent? HUSTONVILLE. etery. His wife is buried here, but largest tobacco market in the State, S15 pounds at acthrough Stanford late last and rouse the sleepy Christian to passed 11 ccnt;- On Sunday afternoon, January 17, Emmet McCormack sold to Eu- tion. we are informed that the body will and the best in securing high prices. 145 pounds at. week en route to London where he the peerless Mrs. Beauchamp, State 10 2 centa gene Dunn the southern half of his Bidding at the People's House was 205 pounds at On Sunday at '11 o'clock Mr. b exhumed and placed by; his side in went in an effort to buy some mules President of the W. C. T. U.. gave to .12 cents spirited, and all baskets were eager- 140 pounds at 23 cents for the English army. He was un- the people of McKinney the best farm in the city limits, containing 17 Trostle's theme was Christian Con- the Cloverport city of the dead. ly sought by the buyers. Every big 55 pounds at secration, based on thew ords of Jeable to secure any, however, on ac- Temperance speech, containing the acres. 31 cents Miss Blanche Barnett will leave sus to Peter, "Lovest Thou Me"? tobacco buying concern in the United 135 pounds at. count of the lightness of the moun- most Temperance views, ever heard Little Jimmy McCarley Dead 17 4 cents States and several foreign concerns 405 pounds at for Bowling Green Saturday, where At night the subject was, "The Oiie Jimmy McCarley, the tain hybrid. The specifications of in our town. 14 4 cents Little she will enter school for the spring Thing Needful," the well known 395 pounds at the contractors who are buying for son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. were represented. 14 2 cents she At the close of her address Indications are favorable for big 360 pounds at foreign governments calls for ani- called for members for a W. C. T. U. term. words of Jesus to Martha in the toils McCarley, died at their home near 14 4 cents Reports came from Liberty Wed- of household care. Whether or not Rowland and was buried in the Lan- sales all the rest of the week. Here- 355 pounds at mate which weighed at least 1,000 To our great surprise thirteen 13 cents n nesday morning that John Wilkinson the preacher intended it, the two dis- caster cemetery. The little fellow with are given some of the averages 195 pounds at pounds. Out of about 200 mules 12 4 cents and men (the men honorary had dropped dead at the breakfast courses were complementary; the had ben a sufferer from a hip trou- made by different growers this morn- 155 pounds at. which were inspected and weighed members) responded. 12 cents table. Mr. Wilkinson drove the mail one to the other in a striking way. ble for five years, and bore his suf- ing: last by Mr. Farris at London 460 pounds at. 10 4 cents At once the organization was efSaturday, only about six came up to fected, and the second and fourth wagon from Liberty to Moreland for In the first, the great thought, ihat fering uncomplainingly. He is sur145 pounds at 10 4 cents Gorge Marsie, of Garrard county, 125 pounds required weight, and the own- Thursdays in each month designated a number of years and was well only the supreme devotion of the vived by his parents and three brothe at 10 cents soul of .man will satisfy Jesus. In thers and sisters. The parents have sold the following baskets: ers of these would consider no price as the regular tim :; of meeting. The known here. 455 pounds at 9 4 cents ,... 50 cents Miss Margaret Eastland, of Dan- the second, the no less important the sympathy of many friends in f 100 'pounds at short of about $200 each for them, first meeting was held at the home of 160 pounds at 10 cents 13 2 cents 335 pounds at which is so much in excess of the Mrs. T. H. Singleton on Thursday af- ville, has returned home after a visit truth that only a Christ, who loves their bereavement. 220 pounds at 10 4 cents 15 4 cents 350 pounds at and helps and saves can satisfy man. amount which the buyers' can afford ternoon, January 28th. As a re- - to Miss Eddie T. Carpenter. AVERAGE $11.22 18 4 cents 430 pounds at patThe skating rink is being well The Monday sermons which were HEARD ABOUT TOWN to pay for mules, that they could not sponse to personal invitation of the 35 cents 220 pounds at also much appreciated were on the be considered. Mr. Farris says that hostess and other members there ronized here. Supervisors Finish Work. 34 cents Joe Hill spent a few days in Lex- 315 pounds at Miss Bettie Logan has been the subject of Prayer. At the afternoon he found a fine lot of light, wiry were twenty present. Before the af The supervisors finished their week and James AVERAGE $22.52 mules on hand but was unable to ternoon ended all but four of the vis- guest of Miss Black Givens, on the service at three o'clock the preacher ington early in the work Saturday afternoon, those who Cooper delivered the .nail over town pike for the past, ten days. dwelt on the need of prayer and the handle them. itors had joined the Union, and those Stanford had been "raised" in the Waynes-bur- g away. Grant jMarsie sold the following Mrs. W. R. Williams has been on necesity for a keen sense of the need while the regular carrier was Mr. Farris and B. G. Fox, of Dan- four promised to attend the next Magisterial District having Joe Haselden, who has been in baskets : ville, are commissioned to buy mules meeting with expectations of joining. the sick list for several days but is of God for ourselves and others made their complaint on that day. 30 cents which alone can make prayer accep- Lancaster for some time took the 385 pounds at. in this part of Kentucky for C. A. Rarely have we seen such interest some better at this writing. The amount of "raises" on land is train here Monday for Deland, Fla., 310 pounds at 23 2 cents Wright, of Columbia, Tenn., who is manifested in a cause, and so now we Mr. E. S. Powell was on the sick table to God and powerfal in aces25 cents $292,362; town lots, $24,425; per415 pounds at an agent for Guynton & Herrington, want the good people of the county list the first of the week but is able complishing results. At the night where he will engage in the real property, not subject to equal18 4 cents sonal 400 pounds at service the hindrances of prayer tate business. a firm that handles stock all over to know that the W. C. T. U. of Mc- to be out now. ization, $2,890; personal property, C. F. Likens, of Jackson, has been 465 pounds at 14 2 cents the country and has the sole contract Kinney is in the ranks to join forces Honest Joe" Snow, of Science were discussed and "the way of meet- 12 2 cents subject to equalization, $10,169. buy mules and horsese in Amer- with the largest organization for Hill, one of the leading merchants ing them clearly pointed out. Mr. here with Local Agent Dan Milburn, 725 pounds at to This makes a total of $327,846. The ComAVERAGE $19.34 ica for the English and French Gov- women in tne worm, to eradicate me of that place, was here a few days Trostle made particular mention of of the Singer Sewing Machine omissions of property, but which ernments. During the past few liquor traffic, our aim being Nation- ago on business and to see his many the Unforgiving attitude as being pany, for several days, looking over were reported by the assessor, one of the most common as well as the local territory. He says that he months, Messrs. Farris and Fox have al Constitutional Prohibition. Col. George Anderson sold the fol- amount to $69,848. friends of this community. is greatly pleased with the work that lowing baskets: bought something like $20,000 worth Mr. George Barnett, of Tampa, one of the most fatal hindrances to On the afternoon and evening of Mr. Milburn has been doing for his 225 pounds at 13 4 cents of mules in this part of the country February seventeenth, we shall keep Fla., who has just undergone a very the prayer life. Didn't See His Shadow. 13 cents The services will be continued company in this part of the state. and have put the much ready money "open house" at the home of Mrs. serious operation is improving nicel445 pounds at. His "honor, the ground hog, did not Pleas Dye has been in bad shape 250 pounds at 10 cents through the week, the afternoon in circulation among the farmers. T. H. Singleton, and we invite every- ysee his shadow today, "praise the resembling brain 595 pounds at an affection 13 2 cents body in McKinney and community to Mi's. and meeting beginning at three, night with Emmet McCormack as good old Brother Barnes 13 cents Lord," meeting at seven o'clock. Everybody fever at the home of his father, John 385 pounds at Very Rare Disease Died of call to see us. Get acquainted with daughter, Miss Marguerite are getused to say. Old Sol showd his face Dye in the Maywood section. The 145 pounds at 13 cents Gri-de- r, ting ready to go to Phoenix, Ariz., is welcome. about 30 seconds this morning beAlbert and Harry Scott, of the us and our work. Mrs. Frank young man was severely hurt while AVERAGE $12.70 president; Miss Mancie Ware, to see Milton McCormack. tween 8 and 9, but of course the litcounty, were Goshen section of this living in Oklahoma a few months Enlarging Local Ice Plant. Mrs. Charles Oats, Miss Ella Barnett is the guest of tle varmint hadn't gotten out of his called to Lexington Saturday Extensive preparations for im- ago. He was struck on the head by T. B. Robinson & Hughes, of Gar- hole secretary; Mr. Frank Mobley, treas- her cousin, Mrs. F. P. Eddleman, at i at that early hour. the funeral Sunday of provements in the local ice plant are a piece of machinery, while at work, rard county, sold the following basurer; Miss Mancie Ware, Supt. of her home on Fourth street. their cousin, Shannon Cunningham, Press Department. and has been in a bad condition Mrs. J. C. Neal, who- has been vis- being made by the Stanford Water. since. It is understood that his kets : Card of Thanks well known young man of that city, a 17 cents iting her son, William, left last week Light and Ice Company, in order to skull was fractured and that a piece 290 pounds at Mrs. C. D. CunningWe desire to thank from the depthsi ' son of Mr. and 13 cents 90 pounds at increase the capacity of the plant for NEWS OF CHURCHES for Dade City, Fla. says he of the bone is pressing upon the 230 pounds at. ham. The Lexington Leader 16 4 cents of grateful hearts those who so kindMiss Bertha Eads is at home after the coming summer. One hundred brain. Rev. D. M. Walker went up to died of a very rare disease known to 15 4 cents ly came to us in our trouble andre-- -' ninety-si- x pounds at and 260 new flues were reGranville E. Lutes, who recently 320 pounds at the medical profession as leukomia, Livingston Thursday to' deliver a a visit to her cousin, Dr. Eads, at ceived Saturday to go in the plant, 16 4 cents cent bereavement. During our mothleft Lincoln for Florida, writes back 210 pounds at lecture on mission Spears, Ky. which produces a radical change in stereoptican 14 4 cents er's illness, our good friends ana" Mack L. Sutton, who has been in and other improvements are being that he is well pleased with the Sunwhite corpuscles of the blood. fields of the Christiani church. lie the 15 4 cents neighbors were untiring in their ef315 pounds at made which will enable the local conboy was just 16 years of age, spoke Tuesday night and showed his the west for some time is heie with cern to operate at full capacity all shine State. He is located at Bran12 4 cents forts to make her last days as comThe 45 pounds at don and says that he found "everyHe was slides at Junction City before a his father, M. L. Sutton. 12 4 cents fortable and happy as possible and in and a high school student 55 pounds at William W. Peavyhouse, formerly .summer if there is sufficient demand thing nice and warm" and has been :.. 11 4 cents her death they did all that it was ill only two weeks. He was the largie congregation. 275 pounds at of this place, has been unanipiously to need it. his shirtsleeves. 320 pounds at to help us bear our out in the yard in 13 4 cents possible youngest of five children. Colds and Croup in Children cashier of the Commercial hauling irreparable loss. Hoping to some day He says "most everybody is How to Prevent Bilious Attacks AVERAGE $14.85 "Coming events 'cast their shad- in garden stuff. Things are awful Recognized Advantages partly repay them for the good deeds Many people rely upon Chamber- Bank and Trust Company at Jackows before." This is especially true lain's Cough Remedy implicitly in son for the ensuing year. This bank of bilious attacks. Your appetite will high. Eggs are 37 cents a dozen; .You will find that Chamberlain's Arnold & Milton, of Boyle county, done her and us, we are, with hearts full of gratitude, Very truly A. T. cases of colds and croup and it never is the largest in that section of the fail, you will feel dull and lanquid. meal and flour are about a dollar sold the following baskets: Cough Remedy has recognized adMrs. 'E. H. Thom- state, the assets being half million If you are subject to bilious attacks and a half a bushel." Mr. Lutes 330 pounds at 14 4 cents and J. R. Nunnelley. vantages over most medicines in use disappoints them. dollars. take three of Chamberlain's Tab- says he hopes his friends back in 185 pounds at 13 cents for coughs and colds. It does not sup- as, Logansport, Tnd., writes: "! lets as soon as these symptoms apA child that has intestinal worms press a cough but loosens and re- have found Chamberlain's Cough "The Best Laxative I Know Of" pear and the attack, may be 'warded Kentucky will write to him. edv to be the best medicine for Gas in th stomach or bowels is a is handicapped in its growth. A few lieves it! It aids expectoration and "I have sold Chamberlain's "Tab- off. For sale by all dealers. A scald burn, or severe cut heals doses of WHITE'S VERMIFUGE opens the secretions which enables colds and croup I have ever used and lets for several years. People who neglected. The family that disagreeable symptom of a torpid slowly Gov. McCreary has appointed Dr. keeps, of bottle of liver. To get rid of it quickly take destroys and expels wdrms; the the system to throw off a cold. It never tire of recommending it to my have used them " will take nothing BALLARD'S a improves and counteracts any tendency of a cold neighbors and friends. I have al- else. I can recommend them to my 'A. Gatliff, of Williamsburg, a 'mem- SNOW LINIMENT on hand is al- HERBENE. It is marvelous liver child immediately to result in pneumonia. It contains ways given it to my. children when customers as the best laxative and ber of the Game and Fish Commisl ways prepared for such accidents. stimulant and bowel purifier. Price thrives wonderfully. Price 25c per Sold by Shugars' Drug no opium or other narcotic, and may suffering from croup, and it has cure for constipation that I know Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. 50c. Sold by Stiugars' Drug Store, bottle. Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Store, be given te a child as confidently as never failed to give them prompt reFrank Strouse, Fruitlani, gion to succeed A. G. Patterson, of Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stan- Stanford, & Lyne Bros. Crab ITineville, resigned. Crab Orchard. Iowa. Fof sale by all dealers. to an adult. For sale by all dealers. lief." For sale by all dealers. ford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. SANITORIUM DESTROYED BY FIRE PER All at THE J 3-1-- 1-- 3-- 1-- e. 3-- ed 1-1-1-- 3-3-- 3-- 0. silver-tongue- 3-- 1-1-- no-tab- ly 1-- I 1- -4 -- 3-- 1-- 1-- nine-year-o- ld 1-1-- 1-- wo-nu- 1-- 3-3-- 3-- 1-1-3-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- 1-- vice-preside- and-attende- - 1-- 3-- 1-1-- 1-1-- 3-3-- i i 3-- ed 3-- of"-write- s ,-'. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 2, 1915. LAST CALL! The Enrollment Books of The Lincoln County National Bank's s Landis' Christmas Savings Club WU1 Close Monday, Feb. 1, 1915. Don't miss this Last Opportunity to become a Member. AH of your friends have joined and will have Money for Christmas. Lincoln County National Bank, The Grant County News, the Lancaster Record and the Danville Advocate are about the only papers of any consequence in this part of the state that see anything to approve in Stanley's announcement for governor, which the I. J. ran in its advertising columns last week. All three were for him for the senatorial nomination. The Grant county paper has the distinction of carrying more whiskey advertising than any other country paper in Kentucky. The Advocate which for some time has been violently opposed to increase of taxation upon the railroads or big corporations, probably thinks Stanley is right when he attacked the State Board of Valuation and Assessment which gave the big corporations an immense boost in taxation last year. Joe Robinson's good paper supported Stanley very strongly for the senatorial nomination, and Beckham beat him in Garrard some '300 or 400 majority. MORELAND. John Tartar of Milledgeville, died Another Chance To Save A Little MEN'S SWEATERS. There are too many of them in our shelves. We want you to have them at this LOW PRICE. We can fit most any size man. We have them in the range from 50 cents to Five Dollars. Now to make it worth your while to buy now, we will sell you the 50c ones for 35c; the $1 ones for 65c; the $1.50 ones for $1; the $2.50 ones for $1.50; the $3 ones for $2, and the $5 ones, only three of them left and they are peaches too, at $3. You might as well save these little differences- ers in our windows. Don't Wait-A- ct NOW. Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky The Interior Journal Everyone Join the 1915 Saving t WALTON A TEAK & SAUFLEY Editors and Managers. STKICriiY IN ADVANCE t Stanford Club by Trading With L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky. Entered at the pottoffiee iteond clats mail matttr. h. Maxwell TbwnCar aa-- ml 11 5 Tj The New 1915 Maxwell Town Car is fast, quiet, and very "smart" in appearance, the equal of any $2000 closed car. The New 1915 Model has 17 new features Price with full equipment $920 The body is strong, handsome, extremely capacity. fortable and a full A car with a real high tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand drive center control, a car that "picks up quick" and one of the greatest hill climbers in the world. With electric starter and electric lights $55 extra comsix-passenger much indisposed at this writing but hopes to be out soon. Mrs. Cinda Johnson and baby are on .a visit with relatives at Pine Knot, Ky. The mother of Mary Phagan wants C. E. Ramsey, of Pine Knot, is the $10,000 damages for the death of guest of friends here. her daughter which occurred in the National Pencil Co.'s factory in AtGREEN BRIAR lanta and has entered suit for that Mr. and Mrs. Levi Munsie visitamount against the company Leo reed Mr. and Mrs. R., Frank has heen condemned to die for the murder of the girl. Nothing cently. Rev. Key a'nd wife, of Indiana can repay or atone for the taking of are holding a series of meetings at human life, but if Prank is hung and " "'- the company pays over the coveted this place. Mrs. Stella Eubanks, of Indiansumj, the murder of the poor little gii'' visited) her sister, Mrs. apoliswill bs about as well paid for as any that has come to the attention of the George Gaines this week. Mr.' Clayton Padgett left for Depublic in latter years. troit last week and his wife and little son J. C. will join him there the depositors soon . Notwithstanding lost their money in the Alexander Mr. J. II., Leach is staying with hank at Paris, the board of super- his daughter at Danville. visors, as if to add insult to injury, Mr. and Mrs. John Horton. and listed for assessment the Mr. Ruby Horton and family visited deposits in that defunct bank at fif- Mrs. John Leach and Mrs Clayton ty cents on the dollar. Taxation, Padgett Sunday. wiitliout representation is not in it Misses Sophia and Martila Munsie with taxation with nothing to be visited Misses Zora and Laura Sims iaxed on. In justce to the board. r Sunday afternoon. is stated that the action yas take is stated that the action was taken DON'T TAKE CALOMEL to protect the depositors from the i .......... Lexington Sunday School superintendent had personal matters to straighten out with his chorister he should have chosen some other place and. time than the Sunday School room on a bright and beautiful Sunday morning. Superintendent Fletcher Mann of the First Methodist Church, accomplished his purpose and vented spleen when he ejected his pent-u- p IYof. C. F. Croxton from the church but he at the same tme proved beyond preadventure of doubt that he is not fit man to be at the head of a great and glorious institution like a Sunday school. Seems to us if that i Dandruff causes a feverish irritaed home. Mr. James Russell, of Phil, Ky., is tion of the scalp, the hair roots spending sometime with his sister, shrink, loosen and then the hair Mrs. W. J. Burgin. comes out fast. To stop falling hair Mrs. Thomas T. Johnson is very at once and rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, get a 25cent bottle of Danderine at any drug store, pour a little in your hand and rub well into the scalp. After a few applications all dandruff disappears and the hair stops coming out. The payment of $20,000,000 stock dividend to the holders of the stock of Sears, Roebuck & Co., mail order house of Chicago has been authorized. No doubt the taxes have proven too heavy to carry. $40,-000,000 the 20th, from a stroke of yaralysis. Deceased was about 55 years of age. Mrs. Albert Mosier and baby, are with Mr. and Mrs. William Tamme, near Perryville. Miss Susie White spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crit White, of Bowen. Travelers on the Hustonville and Danville pike are complaining quite a bit of the bad condition of the roads, especially at Milledgeville. Madison Sandidge and family are now occupying the Pruitt property, opposite the school house. Charles Metcalf, of Danville, spent last Saturday night and Sunday with his wife who is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sandidge. Mrs. Dunn, mother of Mrs. C. T. Sandidge is quite ill at this writing. Miss Delia Bell, after a several days visit to Cincinnati has return- See these Sweat- H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY M .. MtW..tW.. WHY HAIR FALLS OUT .tww"twi4n .. 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. i A.-Wood- s HERE iS WHAT YOU WANT The People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell REMEMBER Our LAND FOR SALE 78 acres near Crab Orchard. See W. H. Mueller, tf so-call- ed presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. Wedding Mueller's Superior Clover Seeder Is A Fine Hemp Sewing Machine. FOR SALE. Four lots on Laaid street, near Lancaster street, all tf joining. W. H. MUELLER. 7-- W. H. Higgins. FOR SALE Six pairs of work mules, for cash or on time. II. C. Baughman, Stanford. 7-- tf w Holds the road at 50 miles an hour. The Garrard counFy physicians Calomel to liven your liver when have gone along and threatened to bilious, headachy or constipated get raise their chargs just as if the pub- a box of Cascarets. They lic was not having an ayfnl time start the liver and bowels and making buckle and tongue meet straighten you up better than nasty these days of war and high cost of Calomel, without griping" or making living. Impresses us that they have you sick. another thought coming and these cold wintry days would be a most HARRIS CREEK excellent time to use it. 10-co- nt Instead of dangerous, salivating An examination for Common School Diplomas will be held in Stanford- - Jan. 29, 30. G. SINGLETON, Snpt. 2 8-- Field Seeds Only the Best W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. I NOTICE I will be compelled to place all accounts not paid by February 10th, in Sheriff's hands for collection. J. F. CUMMINS. 8-- 2 11 ' M s H. C. Carpenter, Stanford, At Lincoln County National Bank. Catalogue or demo nstration by request. IS . Poor old Harry Thaw is back again in the hands of New York authorities in general and Jeronio in particular. Now let William Tra-ver- s, who loves lime-ligas docs the swine slop, get busy and take position in the public eye iagain. Some of us had almost forgotten the pesky fellow. ht Good morning. Ilave you announr ced for a State office yet? If not you are less enterprising tlihn your Ky., containing about or seven acres of land with com- -. neighbor in the matter and it beweek fortable cottage. Cistern at door, hooves you to get buoy. Mr. Jesse Webb of Shelby City, new stable and, other outbuildings. with never-failin- g was the guest of his sister, Mrs, Also store-hous- e Winchester is forging to the Jasper Gaddis last Sunday. by. MRS. MATTIE BRAD- well near front by leaps and bounds. An old SHAW Phone 99-- Z Stanford. fiddlers' contest was pulled oft' there last week amid great interest and excitement. five Miss Elizabeth Konrader has gone, to Lousville to remain the rest of the winter. Mrs. W. S. Benedict spent Sunday with Mrs. Jack Rice. Among those that are on the sick list are Mrs. Claude McElfresh. Jasper Gaddis and Bessie Thornton. Eugene Rice has been visiting friends at .Junction City. Miss Allie M. Owens and brother visited friends and relatives at Mt. Freeman recently. T., J. Benedict aixi son, Wallace, from Casey county, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Benedict last Jersey cow, coming FOR SALE fresh February 20th, third calf. SIDWaynesburg, NEY WARMOTHS, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1, one half mile north of Mt. Moriah church. p 10-2- 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. Field Seeds OF I wish to sell my place at Tur-nersvil- le, T. D. NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST MEMORIALS. J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'Clary aWair'Y .aaaaT How's This? HBaaal UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Matting, Rugs. Furni- Furniture UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEt ture Exchanged ftr all Kinds Offfcl PttMM 117. HM PIMM X, Of Stack. STANFORD. KY J PHONE 42 tTMFORD, KENTUCKY. . V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bclleye him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able tovcarry out any obligations Blade by his firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio. Rail's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh tbat cannot be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. No tribute is so appropriate s a monument, cut from 'en- -' luring granite. It stands unaltered, unchanged, preserving a memory through the long years. I invite you to see my work and designs before you buy a monument. INSURE Your Ear If You Please. What I want 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 and my prices are right Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents HARRY JACOBS, Take Hall's Family Pill for constipation. I - Stanford. Ky. Stanford, Kentucky 'Hf Geo. H. Farris ,, ' g&SEg?. 'i H 8 'tH I - , - "ij - .& 4 f' jl r" I " ..r vv - i -n"' SJ 1P3 First National Bank STANFORD, KY. Condensed Report Made January 30, 1915. RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds i ".30s w ai Mfc- - Fhe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 2, 1915. "Ifct 'MOTHER! IS CHILD'S STOMACH SOUR, SICK? KIDD'S STORE If Tongue is Coated or if Cross, Fev- erish, Constipated Give "California Syrup of Figs." Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. See if tongue is coated; this is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with sour waste. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stomache, indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile and fer? menting food passes out of bowels and you have a well and playful child again. Children love this harmless "fruit laxative," and mothers can rest easy after giving it, because it never fails to make their "sinsides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy, Mother! A little given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for babies, children of plainly all ages and for grown-up- s on the bottle. Remember there are counterfeits sold here, so surely look and see that yours is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Hand back with contempt any other fig syrup. 50-cent $194,172.28 00-49 Overdrafts United States Bonds Banking House and other real estate Due from Banks Cash .' 50,000.00 r... 9,448.10 - , 17,446.83. 1 1 ,478.84 $282,646.54 Total Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable .". '. 1 LIABILITIES -- - :.......-$..50,000.- t....v... -- 28,500.00 1,046.41 - -- ' 46,900.00 146,200.13 10,000.00 Total WE SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT $282,646.54 J. S. HOCKER, President , i S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- nt H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Social Calendar Feb. 4 Mrs. W. R. Todd will entertain the Dixie Rook Club at two o'clock. Feb. 12 Buelah Walker Circle will meet with Miss Gertrude Wilkinson at two o'clock. Miss Burg, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Reynolds. Miss Mary Gaines, who is attending school here, spent several days at Crab Orchard with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Brady, of G Carlisle, are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Brady. II. J. McRoberts spent Thursday in Lancaster with his sister Mrs. J. R. Mount and other relatives. DeMrs. R. S. Lytle was called to catur, 111., by the death of her uncle, O. B. Reynolds. Mrs. Rodman Keenon,. of is on a visit to Mrs. Jack Pearson in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carter, of Rowland, returned home Saturday from Louisville. Louis Bauer, of State University, guest Lexington, was the week-en- d Miss Verna Rout. of Mrs. Kittie Hopper went to Louisville Saturday to attend the Hopper-Terr- y wedding there today. Mrs. Wash Carroll, of Danville, has returned home after a visit to her father, Mr. Arch Green here. Miss Elizabeth Hunn spent several days at McKinney with her cousin, Miss Isabel Reynolds. Miss Christine Merritt spent Saturday and Sunday at Danville with Har-rodsbu-rg, Miss Annie Ashlock was with Lancaster friends for a few days. C. H. Campbell has been quite ill for several days. J. Carroll Bailey, of Crab Orchard, was here Sunday to see his father, Judge James P. Bailey. J. M. Lair, who recently moved to Burnside, was here 'Monday shaking hands with his many friends. Mrs. Walter fi. Smith has liPPn confined to her bed for several days on account of illness. Mrs. J. F. LaRue, of Louisville, was here yesterday with her sister, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon Junction came up Monday for a short Joe P. Wilkinson Dead at Liberty. Joe P. Wilkinson, aged 60, is dead at Liberty of heart trouble. He was ill only a few moments. For many i years he had bee" a prominent mer- cnant ot ins town and was tor a long time a partner of Judge W. M. My- ers o1 iiustonville, in the general business at Liberty, i merchandise i lr. Wilkinson was a cousin of Ed WHKinson. ot btantord, was an actrve democrat, high up in Masonry, ana a spiennm citizen, tie is survived by his wife, but no children. - The sudden death of genial Joe Wilkinson at Liberty last week was a great shock to his friends here, him. Casey has lost one of her most popular citizens, genial, generous and progressive. Exhilarated at breakfast, he had just entered the house after completion of his routine morning chores and asked his wife to adjust part of his attire starting to his store. In midst of the performance, he asked her to catch him and when she had eased him to the floor, he was dead. Jesse RifFe has been under the weather for a spell, which disturbed his neighbors but was out and about last Saturday apparently more robust than since hibernation began two months ago. Mrs. W. D. Stagg's prolonged af Carried-ove- r fliction is unimproved and it is fear- -' ed is irremedial. Many of our tobacco growers are in disheartened sympathy with their Lincoln brethren who got back from Danville breaks with little more than teams, harness and "a bad taste in the mouth" otherwise bitter experience. The charitable good judges of the "weed" are emphatic in chaining up the disappointment to "poor quality." Materials for a bridge over Green River near Dunnvilie are being wag-oned from Moreland through here in quantities and dimensions which indicate a mammoth structure. "Good Roads" is a term just now absolutely impossible of illustration Delicate Children V anywhere in the State of Casey, of- usually only need a food tonic to makes be.-fo- re Don't Let This Chance Get By YOU. Don't let this chance get I y you to buy a $20 to $40 Suit at $10, or a $16.50 to $19.50 Coat at $7.50. Suits at $3.75. We hope to never again have to make such a sacrifice. Severance & Son. Remitting for his I. J., G. J3. Sat-towho lives on Crab Orchard rural route No. 2, says: "This is my 26th year. Just keep the paper coming to me. I have grown so used to it I cannot do without it." n, ficials Big siding, posing say. them strong and healthy A VALUABLE SUGGESTION Important to Everyone is now conceded by physicians that the kidneys should have more aiiciiuun as nicy (juiikiui cue utiicr time. Wallace Singleton, is at home from Cincinnati, where e has been for a few days. Miss Flornce Epperson, of McKinney, is the guest of relatives and friends at Burnside. R. C. Pepper, who resided in this county for a yeaiy but now of Lex ington, was here Monday on legal business. William Grimes", oT"StateUniver-sity- It I J , at Lexington, was here week a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill went to Somerset Sunday for a short visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mer-shoMrs. Maggie Gover, Shirley Go-vand Miss Ida Judd spent the week-en- d in Crab Orchard with rel- last n. er of Camden Point, Kansas, returned home Saturday after a visit to relatives and friends here. Albert and Harry Scott were called to Lexington Saturday by the sudden death of their cousin, Shannon Cunningham. Russell Shearin, of Indianapolis, Ind., has been the guest of his uncle, J. S. Campbell, for several days at the Campbell House. Mrs. W. J. Sparks and daughters, Misses Fan and Bess Sparks, of Mt. Vernon have gone to Florida for the balance of the winter. Mrs. E. J. Lee will move down from Corbin this week and be with her daughter, Mrs. Perkins and Miss Cora Lee of the telephone exchange. Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Little Rock, Ark., who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren for several wTeeks, returned home last Thursday. Will Iluey who travels for the Phoenix Hosiery Company was in town Thursday shakng hands with bis friends. Mrs. Emma Lee Vaughan, of Richmond, Va., arrived Monday afternoon for a visit to her brother, E. C. Walton and family. Miss Virginia Bourne, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ewing Stultz, in Knoxville, spent a week with another sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner, of this city, before going to her home in Garrard Sunday. : Little Miss Minnie Nelson Ramsey who was operated on for appendicitis in a Danville hospital some weeks ago, has sufficiently recovered to leave for her home at Paint Lick. Miss Ramsey is a sister of Mrs. John Bright, Jr., of this city. home folks. A. L. Perrin, Mrs. L. T. Smith at Rowland. Bowman Owens, who with his wife was down from McKinney yesterday, told us that Dr. Frank Grider, who has been ill of pneumonia, continues in a serious condition. atives and friends. Mrs. Katie Stephens, of Highland Park, has returned home after a recent visit to her parents, Mr. and a distressed are troubled with heartburn, gasea and feeling after eating take a If You JxSiESSEk Tablet organs to a remarkable degree and do a tremendous amount of work in removing the poisons and waste matter from the system by filtering the blood. During the winter months especially, when w live an indoor life, the kidneys should receive some assis tance when needed, as we take less-- ' exercise, drink less water and often eat more rich heavy food, thereby forcing the kidneys to do more work than Nature intended. Evidence of kidney trouble, such as lame back, annoying bladder troubles, smarting or burning, brick-duor sediment, sallow complexion, rheumatism may be weak or irregular heart a tion, warns you that your kidneys require help immediately to avoid more serious trouble. Many physicians claim that an herbal medicine containing no minerals or opiates has the most healing influence. An ideal herbal compound that has had most remarkable success as a kidney and bladder remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root. You may receive a sample bottle by Parcel Post. Adof Swamp-Rodress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bngham-ton- , N. Y., and enclose ten cents j also mention the Stanford Interior 10-Journal. st ot 3. before and after each meal and yon will obtain prompt relief. Sold only by us,25o Penny's Drug Store. E. F. Clay, Jr., a prominent and horseman, of Bourbon is dead. Court, Squire Ed Grubbs preadjourned Friday after disof the biggest eocket in history of the town. The crowd litigants, witnesses, kin and friends, attorneys and idle curious wasso big a nearby "meeting house" was commandeered because of inadequacy of our courthouse. Had Owsley Stanley only hurried here with that ten thousand dollar fee he got in Hoosierdom, he would have seen the folly of dabbling in peanut politics when the law affords such fat pickings. Homer Lester of this place and Miss Allie .Martin of Middleburg succeeded in stealing a march on all their friends and had been married a week before their neighbohood of the "got wise." The band-boy- s two creeks were so badly out of practice and their instruments so rusty from disuse that bass fiddles, dumb bells and Tattletraps were all put out of commission at their last serenade, and supply of serviceable cow-belbeing short and their complimentary serenade of the newly-wed- s was not pulled off first time in a generation. James Floyd of West Lincoln was here on official business last week. Dave Taylor passed through last Thursday stopping only lbng enough to cover blank places on bill boards, with advertisements of divers chattels to be offered to highest bidders because of certain delinquencies which annually disturb good sheriffs. Foster Grubbs and mother have moved back to their old home. Mrs. Howard Grubbs, of Turners-vill- e spent a week with sister-in-laMrs. James Snow. Leslie Frederick, a Casey boy who grew up in Suckerdom, has moved back home, bringing wife and three children. Les has bought the Gil-lofarm on Chile's Ridge and proposes showing us backwoods men a poultry few fine points in raising. Riley Edwards has moved on Mc-KRiffe's farm and is cordially ls fox-horns w, ck up-to-da- oiive oil rexougn Emulsion containing Hypophosphites is not only the best food tonic but is pleasant to take. Sold only by us. Penny's Drug Store. welcomed. Mrs. James Snow awoke at midnight to realize that she was stifling in a smoke so dense as to be shoveled k in chunks. A smouldering had parted, a live chunk rolled out and fired the floor, in which a hole fire-stic- S H. C. Carpenter, local agent fot the Maxwell auto, will go to Louisville this week to attend the Automobile Show. F. B. Camnheli. of Mavwfioil. has bcen confined to his bed with an at- tack of grip for several days. NO WAR PRICES HERE. Clothing and Overcoats Now At Halt 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. had burned and was found just ready to blaze when enough smoke had been expelled for one to see. Husband and two boys had to be aroused. Thirty more white tail deer will be received this winter from Michigan by the State Game and Fish They will be sent to Commission. the Pine Mountain reserve in Bell county. I Here Is Good News for Stomach Victims Some very remarkable results arc being obtained by treating stomach, liver and intestinal troubles with pure vegetable oils, which exert a cleansing, soothing and purifying action upon the lower bowels, removing the obstructions of poisonous fecal matter and gases and preventing their absorption by the blood. This done, the food is allowed free passage from the stomach, fermentation ceases and stomach troubles quickly disappear. George H. Mayr, for twenty years a. leading Chicago druggist, cured himself and many of his friends of stomach, liver and intestinal troubles of years' L standing by this treatment, and so suc cessful was the remedy he devised that it has since been placed in the hands of druggists all over the country, who have sold thousands of bottles. Though absolutely harmless, the effect of the medicine is sufficient to convince any one of its remarkable effectiveness, and within 24 hours the sufferer feels like a new person. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute satisfaction. ROBINSON'S. SALE CONTINUED. Owing to the bad weather, the big sale at the Busy Cash Store wiii last 10 days longer. Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN te G. M. LYONS ee An Exhibition Of Apparel For Men, Youn Men And Boys To be Held in The Parlors of the ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD, KY., on Thursday and Thursday Night, FEBRUARY 4th, 1915. No Admission Charged. i u i- - ... nrni urn POCKET S.S.COMMEHTARY FOR 1rir m on fear, with HK,m ana opmta&l .txpjsiHiuuus. SmH i n Size ktit Un hi ShmIm m4 Fact. DallTBfble Headings tor X935,alse rlgnt-to-tbe-pot- at Edition t9l5. Lessons ana iext ior tne Trnow practical Hedge, etc Ee& Cloth 36c Moroeee 86c, Interleaved lot Notes we, BOKpra. . Til nn mMaMMimMmMMm flTTM Harvey M. Estes, Georgetown, Ky. GRAVES, QGX j & i. r LEXINGTON, . vm -c . &&? ' - t- - "r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, February 2, 1915. fi" And Lead Again Last Week. Highest Price Basket Sells Over Our Floor at $39.00 Highest Individual Average, 4,695 Pounds, - - $19.56 We Sold Over 350,000 Lbs. Last Week with less than 0,000 pounds rejections for the entire week. Doesn't that signify that we are pleasing the people, with the best auctioneer in Kentucky? He "gets the price." Messrs. Bright & Hieatt demonstrate daily that they are the right men for the place they hold at the Danville Tobacco Warehouse. This is evidenced daily, not only in their successful sales, but in the selection of their auctioneer, and their entire force of men. They know how to arrange your tobacco to bring the best price, and Capt. R. E. Holland does the rest. You can't possibly make a mistake when you take your tobacco to the Walnut street house. Below are a few good averages made this week. On entire crop you can do as well, if you have the "goods." 1 YANDELL & WARREN, pounds 4695 Total received Best basket Boyle-T- otal $908.4 39.00 1 Average SEWELL & HASELDEN, pounds 610 Total received Best basket 1 $19.35 Boyle-T-otal EVANS & PEACH, Boyle-T-otal pounds 4460 Total received Best basket Average $14.20 WORLEY & EDWARDS, Mercer-T-otal pounds 3005 :. Total received Average $ 2.80 1 B. O. EDWARDS, Boyle-T-otal $63 3.03 27.00 r pounds 920 Total received Best basket $ 7 .45 1 1 DAVIS & DUNCAN, $384. 4 1 Average $ 8.65 1 22.50 Mercer-T-otal pounds 3675 Total received $267.95 1E. P. WOODS, Lincoln-T- otal TUCKER & JONES, 1 Average $ 2.55 1 $460.53 Boyle-T-otal 36.00 $16.65 pounds 970 Total received Average $15.70 $ 5 .97 1 1 Average pounds 845 Total received Average $14.25 $262. 3 1 Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED PLEASE REMEMBER, WE SPLIT NO COMMISSIONS FARM AND STOCK NEWS D. Cummins, of Rockcastle, sold to W. D. Payne, a pair of mules for $200. J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, boyght a car load of hogs in and around two-year-o- WE TRUST EVERY SELLER, LARGE OR SMALL. .- - ld Hus-tonvil- le at 6 l-2- c. Agriculture Commissioner of Newman is in Washington in an ef- fort to have the foot and mouth di- sease so modified as to permit thb shipment of breeding stock. . Jesse Bowling, who recenlty purchased the B. D. Holtzclaw farm on the Crab Orchard pike, sold half a dozen cows to Cress & jones, local buyers, last week at nickel a pound. At Andrew Williams' sale in Boyle d Friday, a pair of mules brought $312, a harness mare 175, milk cows, $53 to $68.50, heiseven-year-ol- fers, $38, calves $18, sows $48.50, chickens 55c. Smith Baughman's fine draft stallion by his old George Hur, died of colic at his farm on the Somerset pike last week. The animal was five years old and had proven a good mule mare producer. He was valued at about $400. T. W. Jones bought 16 head of hogs from Green Gooch, of Waynes-burearly last week, that averaged 160 pounds. He paid $6.35 a hundred-for them. From various other parties Mr. Jones bought a total of 76 porkers early in the week which he put into a load to the Cincinnati market. These cost him an average of six and a quarter cents a pound, and averaged 130 pounds. , g, Ira Moser at Milledgeville bought a couple of hogs from Arthur Gad-di- s last week for which he paid $10 a head. They averaged 125 pounds. J. S. Barnes, of Clark county, who has taken charge of J. F. Cook's Dix river farm, called in this afternoon and ordered the I. J. sent to him. John Ferrell, of Milledgeville, purchased a nice young Jersey heifer from John Hughes of the same section last week, that cost him $18. Moser and Ferrell, of Milledgeville, bought a drove of 20 pigs from Wm. McCormack, of the West End, for which they paid $2.50 a head. They will feed the little porkers, which averaged about 60 pounds. Hon. W. H. Shanks came up from Columbus, Ga., Tuesday morning after a couple of car loads of mules he has on his farm here. He will be here only a day or so. Mr. Shanks sr.ys the mule market is somewhat improved and he thinks it will continue to grow better. A heavy cold in the lungs that was expected to cure itself has been the starting point in many cases of disease that ended fataly. The sensible course is to take frequent doses of SYRBALLARD'S HOREHOUND UP. It checks the progress of the disShu-srar- PARLOR GROVE. order and assists nature to restore normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c s' and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Drug Store. Stanford, & Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. Howard Newland spent several days this week the guest of friends at Muir, near Lexington. Our Supply of Hemp Seed Is Limited. Price is now advanced to $5 per bushel. If you contract your crop to us, will let you have seed at $4.50. Note accepted for seed if you sell us your hemp. E. F. SPEARS & SONS. For further information write or call on C. HAYS FOSTER, Stanford, Ky., Lincoln County National Bank Building. We are having some winter weather this week. There was quite a heavy fall of snow last Wednes- Time It! "Pape's Diapepsin" Makes day. Your Upset, Bloated Stomach Feel Mr. R. E. Horton is occupying the Fine jp Five Minutes property, which he recently purchased. "Really does" put bad stomachs in Mr. Will Reynolds and family oriser "really does" overcome indihave moved to the property of Mr. gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn T. J. Burleson near Waynesburg. and sourness in five minutes that Severalfrom this neighborhood just that make's Pape's Diapepsin attended the funeral and burial of the largest selling stomach regulator Mr. Cicero Gooch. in the ' World. If what you eat ferMr. J. B. Robinson is occupying ments into stubborn lump's, you the Smallwood property until he belch gas and eruciate sour, undican rebuild. gested food and acid; head is dizzy Mr. Jarret Johnson and family and aches; breath foul; tongue coatspent Sunday with Mr. Alfred John- ed; your insides filled with bile and son and family. indigestible waste, remember the Aunt Elizabeth Padgett died last moment "Pape's Diapepsin" comes Thursday, January, 14 at her home. in contact with the stomach all such She was one of the old residents, distress vanishes. It's truly astonbeing in her eighty-eight-h year, and ishing almost marvelous, and the was well known. Funeral services joy is its harmlessness., were held at the home by Rev. Key, A large fifty-cecase of Pape's of Indiana, who is holding a revival Diapepsin will give you a hundred at Green Briar. She was laid to rest dollars' worth of satisfaction or in the family burying ground. A your druggist hands you your money large number of friends and relatives back. were present. The runeral arrange- It's worth its weight in gold to 'ments were in charge of Mr. James men and women who can't get their of Waynesburg. stomachs regulated. It belongs in Mr. William Burton has moved your home should always be kept to the property of Mr. George Horhandy. In case of a sick, upset ton. stomach during the Cray or night. It's Mr. Dave Robinson has sold his quickest, surest and most harmfarm to Mr. Smith of .High Bridge, the Ky. He is looking at other farms less stomach doctor in the world. in this neighborhood. TO THE PUBLIC. Mr. Henderson Goff was a business I represent the largest and best visitor in Lexington the first of the clothing house in this week. country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago Mr. Saunders, formerly of Nicho-lasvill- 111. My experience in measuring and Ky., has moved to the farm directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who purchased from Mr. Woodie. is not a If Mrs. Eliza Eubanks has moved to give me practical tailor. will you will your order I promise the farm which she bought of J. B. you a square deal. You will get the Dale of Lexington. worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailor ' I will sell at the court house door in Lancaster, Ivy., on nt made-to-order e, INDIGESTION, GAS OR SICK, SOUR STOMACH That is what a lot of people tell us. Usually their bowels only need cleansing. "I Don't Feel Good" will do the trick and make you feel fine. We know this positively. Take ont tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. Infant Dies of Croup. The Mr. and Mrs. August three-months-old daughter of Ridder died Sunday morning at the home of her parents on Somerset pike of croup. The interment took place in the cemetery at Ottenheim Monday. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of their host of friends in their one Carpet, 9x12 Rug, three sets of Springs, two Mattresses, lot Dishes, Cooking Vessels and other things too at Milledgeville, Ky., on numerous to mention. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6th 1915, Terms made known on day of sale. beginning at 1 :30 o'clock P. M., H. A. MASTIN, Owner. of two houses and lots, one J. B: Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. and a half acres each. These houses are in good shape with plenty of good Prof. Alex S. Dead. water. Also Household Goods Prof. Alex S. Paxton, who was one Brass bed, one Davenport, president of Stanford Female Colone Library Table, one Leather rock- lege a quarter of a century ago, er, two rockers, one Folding Bed and died at Statesville, N. C, some weeks Mattress, 1 Chifforobe, one Heating ago. His wife, who was Miss Mary Stove, one Center Table, two Iron C. Tapscott, well known here, and Beds and Mattresses, one Set Dining five children survive. Chairs, on Set Kitchen Chairs, one Range Stove, one Extension Table, Twenty-nin- e divorce cases are one Kitchen Cabinet, one Washing pending at the present term of the Machine, one Dresser and Washstand Scott circuit court. PUBLIC SALE. con-isti- ng P,--o- n to-w- it: Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD ARTICLES EGGS U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK PORK, loin .... ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY 385 410 445 W30 1030 11 m - . M BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE BUTTER RICE POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR 17 1185 1365 sm 2025 2950 3040 6540 Public Sale of Land. bhihhhibhh i whbbhmhhh Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Baughman's No. 1 flour from your groeer. This will help reduce tke high cost of living. On Monday, February 22nd, County Court day at 11 o'clock A. M. to the highest bidder my farm of 113 acres located in Garrard county Kentucky on Drake's creek and near Produce Wanted ! I will still continue to buy your CHICKENS, EGGS and HIDES , the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands of George Brown and others. Tins is the farm where I now live and will show the farm to anyone desiring to look at it before day of sale. Possession given within 30 days from date of sale. TERMS Made known at time of sale. J. P. BALLARD. at Highest Market Prices, at The Garage on Cut Off Pike. ESTILL CARTER. the J.H.Baughman & Co. Stanford, Kentucky Pfeone 203.