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Established 860. 56th Year. 1 No. The Interior JOURNAU 1 ; This Paper Stops When Your That is up Watch the Date Oa Label asi Renew Your Subscriptioa Promptly, ... T & 3 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, February 12, 1915. (POWERFUL SERMONS CONTINUE Tuesdays and Fridays " Wife of Stanford Boy First Woman Large Congregations Hear Eloquent T. W. Jones, Local Stock Dealer CirTo Accomplish Dangerous Feat. Presbyterian Evangelist cumvents Quarantine at Cincy Tobacco Growers To Have Big MeetAn Associated Press dispatch from ing in Lexington and Local Men The great throng of people who Thurlow W. Jones, of Stanford, New York this week had the followhave been attending the meetings who is one of the largest cattle shipare Asked to ing of much interest here, as the pers in part of the state has been lady mentioned is the wife of a Stan- conducted by Evangelist J. A Tros- - greatly this hampered in his operations Burley tobacco growers of Lexford boy, and has made many friends tle at the Presbyterian church have the past few days oa -- ccount of the here during her visits to his old given evidence again this week of quarantine placed on the Cincinnati neighboring counties ington and the home: and Louisville markets, on account of endeavoring to organize in who are New York, Feb. 9. Mrs. Caswell their continued interest. The regu- a slight recurrence of the foot and larity with which the attendance is secure better .some way so as to Saufley, wife of Lieutenant Saufley, mouth disease. Mr. Jones has quite U. S. N., stationed at Brooklyn Navy kept up is a striking testimony to a bunch of stuff on hand ready for prices for their weed next season, the helpfulness of the services. Yard, yesterday was the first woman shipment but has been compelled to are endeavoring to secure represento drive or fly an aeroplane over hold it back until the regulations are tation from counties in this section New York City successfully. She lightened again. He has made arthe state at the. meeting which of landed, unhurt and not the least rangements, however, to send one frightened, in the navy yard after a will be held in Lexington March 2. load of hogs direct to a big packforty-minut- e flight. After leaving the ing firm at Columbus, Ohio, this week Lucien Beckner, of Winchester, who yard, accompanied by Lawrence has been appointed secretary of the instead of sending them through the Sperry, Mrs. Saufley drove the matemporary organization, is sending usual channel of the Cincinnati marchine up the East River, across Harout letters to the tobacco growers kets. A commission firm sold a shiplem and down the Hudson, across the acquainting them with the plans and ment for him in this way and he will skyscrapers of lower Manhattan, Postmaster and former Chief of ship direct to the packing house. materially improve the appearance calling for a meeting. Bradley Wil- zones. At La Boisselle the French blew around the Statue of Liberty and Owensboro, has come to Lexson, of In this way he will avoid the quaran- of the church and the beloved ones Police Logan Wood, of Danville, who ington, representing an organization up three series of mines and occu- then up the river to the navy yard-tine which is still in effect on the will bring forth recollections of the was in Stanford Wednesday said that day when they filled their accustom- according to the information that the tobacco growers. He de- pied the excavations after repulsing The only thing which bothered her, Cincinnati stock yards. of the dark by the Germans. In she said, was the chill of the air. She Mr. Jones bought a bunch of 28 ed pews in the church they loved so officer brought from West Virginia, clares that the price of Burley to- a counter-attac- k the Argonne all sides engaged in ar- plans another flight in the near fuPrice landed at the Tug river coal hogs from J. Frank Smith that aver- well. bacco is kept down by the ture. mines in West Virginia last August, aged 140 pounds, and which cost him "tobacco combine" by using much of tillery firing and bomb throwing. Mrs. Saufley is with Lieut. Saufley ragged and almost starved. There he I he Austro-Germa- n forces and the six and a quarter cents a pound. He SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES dark tobacco at a cheaper price, the met the negr6 Walter who fed him. of certain j Russians are fighting a series of bat- - who is a member of the U. S. Aero got a drove of 16 head from Will in the manufacture brands where Burley formerly has ties for the possession of the Carpa Corps, at the Brooklyn navy yard, Horton, of Waynesburg, that were Regarding Recent Fires, May Be Later Price got a job in the mines. He said that his home was in OmaMade, Say State Fire Marshals. lighter, only weighing about 125 been used, and that by "playing ott" thian passes which will determine having been sent there for the winha, Neb., but that he had been in pounds each. He paid the same figone section of the state against the whether the Russians will further in- ter instead of to Florida, as they According to intimations dropped Dayton, Ohio before going to West other, in this way the selling price vade Hungary or be thrown back. had expected when leaving Frankure for these. From Tom Brent he purchased eight calves at $17.50 a in Stanford this week by Assistant Virginia. Walker became intimate of both staples is kept below what it The Russian report refers to the bay- fort, where they had spent Christ.should be. He expressed the belief onet fighting at one point as "with- mas. Lieut. Saufley has recently head Monday and sold to Murphy & State Fire Marshals George T. Helm with the Price negro nd says that out precedent." Berlin expects im- been promoted to the position of InHughes, of Mt. Sterling, who were on and John Evans, of Frankfort, some- Price confided to him that last May that mutual undertanding and structor at the Aeroplane Station, of the Consolidated Tobacco portant developments in the East. the Stanford yards Monday buying thing in the nature of a sensation he passed through Danville, Ky., on The British Foreign Office has an- and is rapidly advancing in his haof Western may be developed shortly with a ref- a hobo trip, entered a house and killbeeves, a half dozen head at $3Q. Grower's Association Kentucky with the Burley Associa- nounced that the cargo of the Amer- zardous profession. erence to a couple of fires which have ed a little girl. He is said to have MRS. SALLIE CABELL STAGG. recently destroyed some valuable told all the circumasances of the tion of the Burley district, with the ican steamship Wilhelmina must go Going After State Aid for Roads. organ- through a prize court. Tht steamproperty in this county. The Fire murder in perfect detail. He said he view of forming a State-wid- e Rev. J A Trostle Liberty, Ky., Feb. 4, 1915. spent several days in this cut her throat with a white handled ization for the regulation of the ship is at Falmouth, damaged by About forty counties have asked When Mrs. Sallie Cabbell Stagg Marshals price of both kinds of tobacco, is storms. The House of Commons for state aid in building highways On Wednesday afternoon it wxs died last Wednesday morning, earth section, pursuing their investigations razor which he left in the bed in the what is needed and what should be passed without division the army es- this year. Of these, seven have ask- pointed out in the sermon, that a lost a saint and heaven gained an and said that they practically have midst of his excitement, and fear the object of the movement under timates for 3,000,000 men and pro- ed for all the state aid available, time of crisis was in all likelihood archangel. Mrs. Stagg was a woman the evidence complete, but were not that members of the family would be vided the pay of the officers and men which arresting consideration. is a maximum of $12,000, or imminent in the religious experience endowed with every virtue that glor- ready to make anything public re- aroused and succeed inhe covered him. He told Walker that her which growers in this by a "token" vote. The letter 2 per cent, when the entire $600,-00- 0 of some souls who were to all ap- ifies her sex and redeems humanity garding details or the conflagrations section are receiving from Secretary pearances indifferent to the call of from the blight of sordid selfishness. which are suspected of having been face with a tablecloth to suppress her road fund from levy is incendiary origin. They intimated cries, and that he skipped out imBeckner, is as follows: Auto Smashed by Q. & C. Train. in. In addition to tnese thirty-thre- e Jesus Christ. Some had been hearAs neighbor, her unswerving phil- of Mr. Beckner's Letter to Growers. ing the Good News who had not boon anthropy exemplified the Samaritan, however, that when the disclosures mediately after committing the deed counties, three others, Carter, News comes from leaving Danville on a northbound Lexington, Ky., Feb. 9, 1915 that Walter Owsley ofthe West End and Greenup have voted bond Lewis in the habit of going to church. Aii who shamed near Hubble, issues priest and Levite, and as are made, they will be of a sensa- freight train. DisTo the Growers of the Burley tional nature. should, therefore, pray for wife, mother and had a narrow escape from death and will be reimbursed by the state Christians r, she Walker told Detective Morris what trict: when his automobile was struck by to the amount of half the money ex- them that they be moved to meet was a model of affection and service. Price had confided in him and Morris The condition of the Burley mar- a Q. & C. train at a crossing this pended out of the bond sale. Law- their responsibility for making a deHUSTONVILLE she If girl had ket shows us that unless we can or- week. According to the report re- rence county has asKed for the use cision in the only rght way the ated in misguidedorindulgence cast creOur traders are all tied up again remembered that a litle Danville, been a burden, her accident brutally murdered and ganize we can hope for nothing from ceived here, Mr. Owsley and Carlisle of twenty prisoners and wishes to v,ay of manly acceptance of the rigid quaran- after gathering all aof the informa from the effects of the tobacco in the future. Can we do it? Myers, of Hustonville, were in the build thirty miles with state aid; claims and call of tne one great under, she neither shared nor shifted tine against cattle in the cities. uncomplainingly bore wrote A. C. It all depends on how intelligent we car, Teacher, Savior ano Friend of ail it, but bravelv, Mrs. J. D. Burton is still in a crit- tion possible, Boyle, to Sheriff a trip least Boyd, who made Harberson, of are and how we can. go about it. We was which "went dead," or attracks Johnson, Mercer Campbell, Trimble, men. With perfect frankness and it. Supremely unselfish, as human can ical condition at her home. unable to get across the to West Virginia. He found Price in can do many things organized that before a. train struck it They man Franklin, money and LaRue ask for faithfulness, Mr. Trostlefalso pointed be, days recently, a workhouse, having been sent there Since the spring-lik- e all the available. Russell her delight was loving service to vve cannot do otherwise, and we aged to leap out in time to save wants out that prayer in ordert" be powsome of our citizens have begun to for deliberately twisting the tongue $5,000; Harrison need so badly to do so many things their lives, but the car was smashed the construction of thewants aid in erful must first of all take hold of others. new Paris A grander, sweeter Christian char- - prune their shade trees. was driving in a out in our effort to better our condi- to kindling wood. Mr. Owsley had re- pike, source of power, Mrs. Julian Roe, of Greencastle, coal of a mule heit became a trifle and Grant, Nicholas, Simpson, theOn Wednesday niirl , afgr-a- t , con- - acter who merits to be canonized, her mine, tions, that it seems ridiculous to have cently bought the car froin H. C. home after fractious. when event .r,.:Qrwi ,i, rtffoe hie FoViin Ind., has returned to her In the that Price to argue the question of organization Carpenter, who had taken it in a Bourbon, Hart, Madison, Barren, gregation listened to it ffi.os,tlnler: i,r; trihiiffl. nfiver knev., nd that in- - a protracted visit to her brother, Mr. is convicted, Detective Morris will Jefferson, Shelby, Logan, Rockcastle, esting with intelligent men. on ,j'i:e oocona scrutable decree should have snapped Virgil Hogue, of High Bluff, four get the discourse S. M. Saufley for now $800 reward offered by the There are amongst us who argue trade from It was an old model aOver- Graves, Ohio, Pulaski, Warren Hen- Owing of Jesus Chris, "At the on the Liberty Maxwell. ry, Hopkins, McCracken, Jessamine, close of the services a strong appeal the silken cord just in the mature miles south of hereaccompanied her governor and the citizens of Danville. sinagainst it; many of them are Hogue bloom of her motherhood can- only pike. Mr. Boone, Woodford, Todd and Russell Price arives his ace as 24 vears. He cere in their opposition, having nev- land runabout. as far as. Cincinnati. have asked for aid without specify- was made from the text:sBe ye also be that she was too good for earth. WalkerJ'J)''" er had the chance to see the effect Foster Proprietor of Opera House. ready." An invitation wagjfextended Bohon, .fr., s weighs about; 14PRouiids. Mr. anil.MrSjjQ, T, county to To know her was to love her. I Daviess says that .Price told him he entered ing the amount. of a well managed farmers' selling we're-he- re on the 4th to the home of Mr. Youngto rob all who would exprefcesire to knew her longrand:may God in kind- Lebanon, C. Hays Foster is now sole owner wants state aid in buildiner thirty- it and -association, or are filled with an and manager of the Stanford Opera two miles of 'county 'of live a higher life; 'more worthy of ness temper the anguish of the be- attend the funeral of Mrs. W. D. when the little girl awakened, he idea that they are able to House, having just bought out hi3 citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven Stagg. killed her to prevent her giving an manage their own affairs without the partners, J. W. Rochester and M. A. ficials have notified the department to come forward and take the hand reaved. iuxred E. Cable, of Louisville, son alarm. FRIEND JOAN. apply. help' from their neighbors. If the Stone. Mr. Foster has been giving they will of the ministers As far as one could of Wm. Cable, was here to attend trust were to become foolish enough most of his attention to the opera see. nearly all '.ume forward with the burial of his aunt, Mrs. Stagg. MAPLE SWAMP. Lincoln Lady. Picture "Zudora" Discontinued. Death of Former to take to that notion and let us house management since a company evident sincerity and heartiness. J. R. Rout, of Junction City, was Mr. Clero Griffin, of Pulaski, visi- here to attend the burial of Mrs. W. The serial motion picture play, farmers do the organizing, we could of young men bought it from E. C. rIrs. Prisciiia Smith, relict of Three boys from two different Sun-- , which has been produced at the opturn the tables on them, and make Walton a few years ago and he has Thomas Smith, died at the home ot day schools came forward to indi- ted his uncle, James Griffin last Sun- D. Stagg. the money come to Kentucky instead developed into one of the best and a niece at Marietta, Ga., Sunday and cate their nuvnose to bo Christians. day and Monday. Leslie M. Reid, wife and baby, of era house in several chapters, under Mr. E. B. Hatfield has moved into Mitchellsburg, came in Saturday to the auspices of the Woman's Club," of going to New York and to the "hustlingest" younj, managers in was buried at her late home at Tuesday was slsc a notable day at account Mr. John Morrel's tenant-houspockets of the trust magnates. atvisit his brothers and sisters and oth- has been discontinued on believed of this part of the state. He has been Clarksville, Tenn., Tuesday. She was the revival meetings. A poor patronage, due it is to Mr. J. T. Brown, bought a nice er relatives here this week. borne men, however, are insincere particularly fortunate in securing a a daughter of Braddock Withers anc tractive feature ol: the afternoon in their opposition to the organiza- high class line of motion pictures, was born near the site of the oil service was the presence of the tys young mare of Clarence Hatfield, for Mr. W. R. Williams is at home af- the fact that the show had to be when tion. Some private .nterest prevents and has been favored with a good Rush Branch church 79 years ago. and girls and yo"..".?- - people of the which he paid $100. ter a short visit to his daughter, Mrs. given on Wednesday nights, town. prayer meetings were held in Mr. Everett Dye spent last week Mansfield at Lexington. them seeing the matter from the patronage due to his live advertising Mrs. Smith frequently visited Stan- city schools. Under the direction of . growers' standpoint, and no matter Squire A. M. Frye, of Riffetown, It was arranged so that one performethods. His many ford and only a year ago spent sev- their teachers, the pupils marched with homefolks. how small the private interest may and Mr. Elvin Durham of Casey county was over to see Pap Goode a few mance would be given after these friends wish for him unbounded suc- eral months with her relative, Mrs from the school buildings and took be they let it govern them entirely. cess in his enterprise as he goes it Bun Withers. Her husband preceded their places in the middle block of was a business caller at this place evenings ago, who has, been rustling services were over, but the patrons Oftentimes they have misjudged alone. her to the grave many years and the pews, which had been reserved for recently. with a severe case of grip for sever- evidently did not desire to remain their interests, which lie rather with Messrs. B. McUuttey and Clarence al days, but is at present some better, away from home that late, so the son born to them is also dead. She them. The hymn "Onward Christian the success of their section than in was a sister of the late Elijah and Soldiers," which was sung as they Sims of Green Rivr were in this but still confined to his bed most of club and the opera house manageTrials Before Judge Bailey. any momentary advantage they can ment was able to secure a cancelsection buying stock last week. Bailey Withers, a relative the time. Several trials were held by Coun- the several familiesclose Withers to marched in, was taken up eagerly, gain by platform of "What is good Mr. Jesse Flanary was a caller at in especially by the younger pupils. A of Mrs. Mansfield, of Lexington, was lation of the play, after showing ty Judge in the for everybody is good for me" and Thursday, Baileyacquittalscounty caurt the countv and a, distant relative of very appropriate sermon was deliv- this place Sunday. here several days with her mother, about five chapters. Season tickets were se- Judge and nas then go to work to build up our peoJ P. 'Bailey. Mrs. Smith left ered to the juvenile audience from to Mr. Manford UrimnMr. F.moved in- Mrs. W. R. Williamr, who has been for Zudora which were sold by the cured in all of them by the defend- here some thirty years ago. ple and our state. Hazlett's quite feeble for some time. Mrs. Wil- club members will be honored at a tenant house on the words of David "Is the young The loss to the Burley district by ants. Virgil and Jim Gooch, of Kings man, Absalom, safe?" The boys and farm near Mt. Mpriah. liams accompanied her back to Lex- the regular Friday and Saturday Mountain, who were accused of night shows at the opera house, so reason of the prices we are getting "rough-housingSome of Mr. A. R. Dugan's friends ington for a short visit. Casey Boy Goes to Big League. girls enjoyed the service and a large on the depot at " is about $1G,000,000 and the whoie gave him a surprise birthday dinner A large procession followed the that there will be no loss to any one Lexington this number came again the next day. News came from amount of our sales this season will the Mountain, were dismissed on the On Tuesday night, the subject for February 3. There were about 130 remains of Mrs. W. D. Stagg to their who has purchased tnem. The series testimony. week that Floyd "Rasty" Wright, a not be over $14,000,000. Robbed of Commonwealth's own discussion was The Christian as a Cit- people present and all enjoyed a last resting place at 2:30 o'clock on of pictures shown in Zudora seemed three over half of our crop, and all be They proved by witnesses that they Casey county boy, who for on being Mr. Dugan's 57th the afternoon of Feb. 4th. After ap- to lack the "punch" and interest the izen of the State. The duty of the feast, this cause we do not organize. Would were only playing, and disturbing no year's has played as outfielder followers of Jesus to "Caesar" was birthday. propriate services at the grave by that would draw the crowds. not your part of tsat $16,000,000 one. Attorney George D. Florence State University baseball team, has pointed out in no uncertain way, and Mr. John Dye is some better at this Rev. A. H. Baugh, all that was morAs a result signed to play the coniing season feel good in YOUR pocket? If or- defended the two writing. stand tal of this good woman was laid in Bailey to Open New Garage Here. of a misundertanding between Jack with the Cleveland American League his need to liquor out against the ganized you might have gotten more Mr. Earl Bastin spent Saturday the grave. Beautiful flowers were Herbert Bailey, who has made a v evil of the vigortraffic was Wright will go with the team UUU than twice as much for your tobacco. Terry and Jesse Farmers over a pipe rtl ti ously set forth. A large congrega- night and Sunday with Otis Griffin. strewn bv her many relatives and reputation as one of the best "auto Which is better, being a "free man" at the Nears Creek church last Sun-- ; to San Antonio, Tex., tor spring tion was present. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beck spent friends. Mrs. Stagg was 55 years of doctors" in this section, has leased and getting 4 or 5 cents or helping day afternoon, the latter got out a training about February 26. Wright at Mr. J. T. Grif age and was beloved by all who knew the large building behind the St. i Sundav afternoon The Angels Servants to make an organization that can warrant for Mr. Terry charging him would have been graduated had he Christ s People as thethe theme of fins. was her and as she had lived in this com- Asaph Hotel from E. C. Jordan and of with making an attack upon him with remained at the university until Mr. get you 12 to 15 cents? Mr. Esker Elliott of Casey, spent munity most of her married life, was is opening up a garage, which he will Trostle's sermon on Thursday If you believe the organization is a knife. The testimony was directly June. afternoon. He chose a very appro- Sunday night with his sister, Mrs. well known by all. She was a loving soon hav,e ready for service. The better, get busy; have a call put in contradictory on each side, but a jury priate passage of Scripture: Hebrews Ashford Sims. one to everyone, botn old and young, entrance will be on Somerset street. NEWS OF CHURCHES your county paper for a meeting on acquitted Terry. Miss Florence Gooch and cousin, and was always ready to lend a help- Mr. Bailey intends to put in every 1 :14, and traced in a very interesting Saturday or court day. Don't wait The Missionary Society of the way the story of angeiic ministration of King's Mountain, visited her sis- ing hand to any one in need. May convenience and improvement for the for some one else to do it. Ask Seven Years Without Losing a Day Baptist church will meet with Mrs. to men as given in the Bible. ter, Mrs. Oliver Padgett Sunday. she receive her heavenly reward at benefit of motorists and hopes for a your best speakers to help, and make Fred Baumann, Jr., who is mana- Thurlow W. Jones Saturday afterMr. Una Graybeal and family at the Judgment Seat is our earnest share of the auto business of StanOn Thursday night the words a county organization and elect dele- ger and "chief cook and bottle vvash- ford and vicinity. Due announcement o'clock. will ye die?" were made the tended church at Highland Sunday. hope and prayer. V. U.,c gates to the convention at Lexington er si? buc uudiiuiu ji&uiiicif iiao noon at 2:30 be the usual services at 'Why of a powerful appeal to all who Miss Stella Griffin pent Tuesday vi basis Dave Skinner is able to be out will be made in advertising columns There will on March 2, which will make a con- been working for that enterprise the Bantist church Sunday morning, had been living without recognition night with Miss Mabel Wright. of the opening of the new garage. again after a sever attack of stitution and by-laand perfect seven years and has not lost a clay. at 11 o'clock; Sunday school at 9:30: of God. The closing words of the Messrs. R. D. Hayes and Jesse Sutplans for doing the work. Don't He began when the creamery was a no services at night on account of preacher were very impressive and ton, who have been visiting at Mr. H. State Farmers Institute. Mr. R. M. Tate, of Danville, is wait to be invited, it is your busi- doubtfu1 business proposition and ha the revival at Presbyterian church. touched the hearts of the hearers. H. Hatfield's recently, left for New here for a few days on business and The State Farmers Institute will ness to come without an invitation. remained with it to see it prosper Services at the Presbyterian church Two young men came forward to Orleans. T. Griffin sold a fine Jersey among friends with headquarters at meet at Henderson, February 23, 24 Mr. J. If you want Kentucky better and and become one of Stanford's best Sunday, Feb. 14th. Sunday school at signify their desire to live the Christhe Weatherford hotel. and 25, 1915. Each day's program By the way, the, 9:30 A. M. Morning worship at 11 tian life. her people happier; if you want business assets. cow and steer to Mr. W. L. McCar-t- y, Lots of aged work mules and a is full of good things for the farmers record-breakin- g exprosperity to come again to the Old Creamery had a at a fancy price. A. Tros Services will be held on Saturday o'clock. Sermon by Rev. few horses passed through here MonDr. Cyril the farmers' Kentucky Home, and have the old perience last month, when it made tle; evening worship at J. 7 o'clock. as usual at 3 o'clock in the afterMiss Anna Horten is with home day morning en route to Stanford andHopkins of the wives. G. University of Illiwomanand the kiddies getting what and sold 4,176 pounds of butter a Sermon by Mr. Trostle. The revival noon and at 7 at night. The services folks now. court day market, but a good deal of nois, the great soil expert, Mr. Jos. you have worked for instead of see- gain of 1,050 pounds over January services will probably continue thro' will probably continue through next Messrs. James Griffin and Edgar it came back as much of the stock E. Wing, of alfalfa fame, Prof. H. ing it taken away to make some one of a year ago. It paid 34 2 cents week, but positive announcement Dugan, are contemplating going to was not in condition to sell and J. Eustace, of the University of happy who has not WORKED for it, a pound for butter fat which amount some were not heavy enough, while Michigan, authority on horticulture, Board of Education of the Di- will be made at the services tonight. Ohio. The ed to over $1,100. A nice little sciples of Christ will be incorporated join the organization right away. Miss Amelia Benkey, also Martha the owners of others were not wiling Mrs. W. N. Nutt, of Raleigh, N. C, sum for pin money for the houseOllish, are attending the to take the prices offered. Yours for the cause. under the laws of Indiana, accord- Maccabee Insurance Money Arrives and Johnschool President H. S. Barker, of Kentucky-Statwives of this immediate vicinity. LUCIEN BECKNER, at Ottenheim. German Mrs. Arthur Jones, of Augusta, University and many others ing to an announcement made by C. Sine received a draft for Mr. Secretary. Kansas, spent Saturday in town call- will address the meeting. Charles E. Underwood, treasurer of $2,000, A. being the amount Thursday, Marriage Business Slow. Lancaster Young People Elope. ing on her relatives and many acche board. The organization will MANY DISORDERS COME County Clerk 'Cooper has not is- have control of the distribution of of the policy that was carrioJ by G. James Smith and Miss Pearl Bet-ti- s, quaintances. She spent Saturday Berea Marshal's Slayers Convicted. FROM THE LIVER sued a marriage license since Jan. all general finances of the 29 edu- G. Wine, who died at Cloverport of Lancaster, motored to Dan- night with her brother, Gilmore BurIn the Madison Circuit Court at 27th, and is wondering what is the cational institutions supported whol- some two weeks agt. The check is ville and were married, by Eld. H. C. ton on Douglas avenue. Richmond, Henry and Will Hopkins, Are You Just at Odds With Your; trouble in that line of business. Said ly or in part by the Disciples of made payable to the son and daugh- Garrison. They went to Chicago on W. H. Lair has opened a skating of manself? Do You Realize he: "I don't recall when I have is- Christ church. R. H, Crossfield, head ter of the deceased, the mother hav- a bridal tour. Archie Dean Brad-sha- rink over his store ror the accommo- brothers, were found guilty John T. slaughter in the killing of died years ago. Mr. Wine had Living? sued as few marriage licenses as I of Transylvania University and the ing and Miss Annie Perkins, of the dation of the colored people, who are Collins, Town Marshal of Berea. have this winter and I do not remem- College of the Bible at Lexington, is kept his membership in the lodge at same city, went to Louisville and having a great time. Henry was given a sentence of twenty-Are you at sometimes at odds with ber that I ever went as long as two president of the board and T. &. Stanford. were made one by Dr. W. W. Lan-draone years and Will seven years. yourself? And with the world? Do week without issuing a single one." Cramblett, president of Bethany Not Being Observed. you wonder what ails you? True After Many Years. Lincoln's birthday is not being obCollege, The ofSeventy-Seve- n Years Old you may be eating regularly and Children's Coughs Children's Colds fices of the board wih be in IndianapStop the Child's Colds. served in Stanford. Our people are L, Southern, Eau Claire, Wis., J. Clough, Prentiss, Miss, George W. sleeping well. Yet something is the too busy to celebrate the occasion. olis. Both Are Serious. They Often Result Seriously. writes : "Years ago I wrote you in Constipation, Headache, who had suffered greatly with kidmatter? 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Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Skin prevents the Cold growing Lungs, the importance emphasized. the con sleepless nights; I am permanently Don't Dr. King's New Discovery you our trial packages of Foley's to els, regular is A cured." Men and women, young to. Very healing soothes the commended Eruptions. for sleep disturbing loosens the mucuous, strengthens stipated condition invites disease. A, and old, find this .reliable remedy re- checks the cold, soothes the Cough, Honey and Tar Compound for bladder troubles, pains in sides or. TJ "l croup, bronchial and kills the coughs, without uniy dependable physic that its guaranteed,a bottle inconvenience or gripingacts found in lieves rheumatism, backache, stiff allays the Inflammation, to do her la grippecolds, Foley Kidney Pills back, rheumatism, and kidney andx H. Clav Kauffman. a hustline'tne system druggist. Buy coughs; joints and ills caused by wealr or, Germs and allows Nature is, 25c at your by all democrat of Garrarcr, has announced : 0.ay Foley Cathartic Tablets. For sale by diseased kidneys or bladder. For healing work. 50 cents at your and Foley Cathartic Tablets. For bladder ailments. For sale druggists. sale in your town by all druggists. J "'Druggist; Buy a bottle today. sale by all druggists; for Representative. . Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Sores. ,11 'druggists. Co-opera- URGES ORGANIZATION TO SECURE BETTER PRICES LATEST WAR NEWS. Publication of the text of the notes sent Germany and Great Britian reveals that both countries have been warned in emphatrc terms against menacing the vessels or lives of American citizens traversing the recently proclaimed war zones. Germany was advised that the United States "would be constrained to hold the Imperial Government to strict accountability" for acts of the naval authorities. To Great Britian was pointed out "the measures of responsibility" for misuse of the United States flag. The United States sent a note to Great Britain making friendly observations on the use by British ships of neutral flags, and at the same time dispatched a communication to Germany inquiring what steps would be taken by that Government to verify the identity of ships flying neutral flags in recently proclaimed war FLYS OVER NEW YORK CITY. TO SHIP DIRECT TO PACKERS YOUNG GIRL'S MURDERER IN JAIL AT DANVILLE ? The handsome art glass windows that were ordered from a St Louis firm some months ago have arrived Negro, Arrested in West Virginia, and are being placed in position in Brought There With Man He the Christian church. There are ten Confessed Crime To of them four for each side, one for the South end of the building and a very large large one for the winJohn Price, a negro, who is believdow over the entrance to the build-i- ed to be the man who murdered the Four of the side windows are memorials and two of these are be- little whjte girl, Zelma Young in ing placed on each side. They are in Danville last May, was brought to remembrance of the following be- Danville, from West Virginia where loved members of the church, who he was arrested, by Detective D. H. now sleep the sleep of the just: Mrs. Catharine Baughman, Morris, of Ethel, W. V., Tuesday A. S. H. and M. S. night. Price protests his innonence mother of Messrs. Baughman, of this city and J. K. but the officials believe that they Baughman, of Hustonville; Mrs. Nep-pi- e have "the goods on him." Another Moore Givens, wife of Mr. G. C. negro, John Walker, to whom he is Givens; Mrs. Bettie Cobb McKinney, alleged to have confessed the details mother of Mrs. W. M. Bright, and of the crime, was brought along asa Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cobb, of witness. Price will have his trial in blessed memory. The windows will Danville today Handsome n. Art Glass Windows. . so-call- ed step-mothe- -- " . - -- V ed pike.--Boyl- e -- v-r- y e. up-to-da- te bc-;--s. ner-votisn- ess ws 1-- w m. vice-preside- nt. ar after-- .!. 1 X -- - i , . r ,i :4fc.:: : f Eleven More To Make It Five Hundred. 489 Men, Women, Boys and Girls are now members of the The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. The Interior Journal WALTON & Friday, February 12, 1915. r? Vill?-rJ- l PHILANTHROPIST IS IN LEXINGTON His Theories on SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE mt Editors and Managers. $1 A TEAS STRICTLY Entered at the pottoffiee iteond elaei mail matter. Human Ills and Their Correctness Win Him Fame. Stanford Lexington, Ky., Feb. 11. L. T. Cooper, the millionaire philanthropist, who has been so widely discussed throughout the East, is in Lexington, Christmas Saving Club at the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK The Cadiz Record says that since the hard times have gotten well intrenched, some of those who have been patronizing the mail order nouses have begun trading at home, where they can have things charged. Think of that, you who are guilty, and we hope there are very few in these diggings. Forget your home merchant until you run out of money, and then ask him to credit you! Shame on you ! If you have done it, for decency s sake, don t do at again. Enoch Grehan, of the Lexington Herald, suggests that as Billy Sunday is pleased with the results of his Philadelphia meeting and wants to retain the good will and respect of the people he had Detter just go ahead and put it in the bank and say nothing about it. The wife of Clinton Prewitt is dead at Junction City. Judge F. A. Bullock, of Lexington, slipped on the icy pavement and broke the small bone of one of his legs A. R. Dyche, former editor and postmaster at London under Roosevelt, has announced for State Senator. Mrs. Joe Giunchigliani, wife of the Richmond confectioner, died in a Lexington hospital after a protracted She was a most excellent illness. a guest of the Phoenix Hotel. Mr. Cooper came to Kentucky from New iTork, where he spent the past nine months meeting the public and explaining his views on health and hygiene. Mr. Cooper is a man of rare talents, magnetic force and charm of manner. He never ceases to surprise you with the infinite variety of his" knowledge and its ab solute correctness and thoroughness. Mr. Cooper claims chiefly Women's Shoes . Will you be one of eleven to make the number 500? They bear three per cent. "Corner Next to Court House" Low Prices On All woman: Winter Goods Ladies' Coats, Men's Suits and Overcoats, Wool Blankets and Cotton Blankets Bloodhounds For Danville Citizens of Danvtee by popular subscription have raised a fund with which to purchase iair of bloodhounds to be used :n running down criminals. The hounds will be donated to the city and county officials for -- use. Heavy Shoes, Rubbers and Felts Coat Sweaters Ladies and Gents Corduroy Pants and Knee Suits of All Kinds Hats, Caps and Leggins We must sell these heavy goods to make room Card of Thanks. I wish to thank all of those who were so kind and thoughtful to us during the illness and death of my husband, also the comforting words and deeds. We are especially grateful to the many societies for the beautiful floral tributes. Lou Anna 13-l- p Evans and fami- 1W. C. T. U. Resolutions ROBINSON'S Next to Lincoln County National Bank j TO THE PUBLIC. clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago El. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the 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 made-to-order I represent the largest and best Try This for Neuralgia. Thousands of people keep on suffering with Neuralgia because they do not know what to do for it. Neuralgia is a pain in the nerves. What you want to do is to soothe the nerve itself, Apply Sloan's Liniment to the surface over the painful part-- do not rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quickly to the sore, irritated nerve and allays the inflammation. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents at any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD ARTICLES EGGS the W. C. T. U., the following resolutions were adopted on the death of Mrs. Mollie W. Nunnelley, which occurred on Jan. 24th, 1915: Whereas, Our Heavenly Father in His infinite wisdom and love has called from labor to reward the spirit of our beloved Mrs. Mollie W. Nunnelley, be it Resolved, First, That the Stanford W. C. T. U. has lost a devoted member, and one who had the interest of this cause at heart. Resolved, Second, That we meekly bow beneath this sorrow acknowledging in deep humility the hand of God, who is too wise to err and too good to be unkind. Resolved, Third, That we deeply sympathize with her sons in the great loss they have sustained. May they remember their loss lu nev gain. May a merciful God pour the balm of divine consolation on their wounded Croup and Whooping Cough hearts. Mrs. Adehd Woods, Mrs. Mrs. T. Neureur, Eau Claire, Wis. Wm. Baughman, Mrs. W. P. Grimes, says: "Foley's Honey and Tar ComMrs. J. W. Bryant, committee. pound cured my boy of a very severe attack of croup after other remedies had failed. Our milkman cured his children of whooping cough." Foley's has a forty years Sick headache, biliousness, piles and "bad breath are usually caused by inacrecord of similar cases. Contains no opiates. Always insist on Foleys. tive bowels. Gcb a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effecFor sale at all druggists. tively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. From Two Good Democratic Papers. Penny's Drug Store. The Lancaster Record, which speaks of Mr. Stanley's services in Congress as "continual and untiring work for the people," is reminded that he answered only 24 out of 118 roll-calin the recent long session. Elizabethtown News. If that is true, and we don't believe Harry Sommers would make such a statement unless he knew, then isn't it the most flagrant piece of demagog-er- y for Mr. Stanley to be criticising other officials, to say nothing of his tirade against individual private citizens? Cadiz Record. er, At the regular monthly meeting of most of the ill health of today is due almost entirely to those habits which best distinguish the white man from the jungl.e He says that nine times out of ten it is the result, more or less, of a weakened, stomach, and that nine times out of ten these disorders are due to too much eating and drinking, or our careless method of living. But it is always possible, he says, to make some effort toward healthful living, and in connection with, his lectures he is introducing his famous 1 medicine Tanlac to proye his theories. Tanlac is called the magic medicine and is made mainly from the medicinal properties, of a plant discovered during the researches of Cooper's uncle, the renowned scientist, on an island xn the Pacific ocean, west of Mexico. Compounded in Cooper's great laboratory, even as mysteriously as famous mineral waters are formed, the science of man, the chemist's skill Corner Main and Lancaster and acquired medical lore, are set at defiance by Tanlac so far as imitation is concerned. Tanlac, it is claimed, quickly ov stomach, kidney and intestinal ailments, and will actually prolong life by restoring and keeping up the vigor of youth. In New York, Boston and Philadelphia, as well as in Lexington, thousands have been converted to Cooper's theories and have been benefitted Here's What You by his marvelous meuicine. Mr. Cooper is something of n philanthropist, as he contributes a large FROZEN fish at Farris Saturcay. proportion of his income annually to to bandage up a sore throat with a heavy bandage, for the reacharity and suffering people. LOOK at our new Manure SpreadMr. Cooper gives the agency for son that as soon as the throat feels better, the bandage is re13-- 1 his medicine to one drug store in er. W. H. HIGGINS. moved, which exposes you to more serious ailments, use each city. Penny's drug store has LAND FOR SALE 78 acres near been awarded the exclusive sale of Tanlac in Stanford, and the remark- Crab Orchard. See W. H. Mueller.tf able medicine can now be obtained at GARGLE. that store. Wedding presents at Mueller's A prompt, pleasant, efficient remedy for Sore Throat, "which Jewelry Store, Stanford. CHAPPELL'S GAP does not discolor the teeth. We guarantee it to be satisfactory The Death Angel visited the home FOR SALE Second hand six to you, or we will refund your money without question. of Robert Turner anu took his lov- horse gasoline engine. J. L. BEAZ-LEl"2-- tf ing wife. She leaves four sons and Stanford, Ky., 25 and 50 cents Sold only by us. one daughter to mourn the loss of a kind and loving mother. A precious on FOR SALE Four one has gone, Jjut she was ready ind street, near Lancasterlotsstreet,Land all willing to go." tf joining. W. H. Mueller. Rev. Livingston will preach at Mt. Olive Sunday. FOR SALE About 100 bushels Miss Maggie Broughton visited Mrs. Chloe Holman Thursday night nice oats, also the new Silver Hull Mrs. Martha Jane Broughton vis- Buck Wheat for seed. F. M. Dunn, t. ited her daughter, Mrs. Leo Holman. King's Mountian, K. Daniel Broughton has moved to OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING NOW Mr. Reid's place, where he will make A SUITE OF ROOMS FOR RENT his future home. fronting on Main street READY. WE CAN SATISFY YOU IN Robert Holman is one the sick list. County National Bank in Lincoln Building; Harry Broughton visited Daniel steam heat, electric lights, water and Broughton Friday. PRICE, QUALITY out-of-ord- er that Never since we have sold shoes has our business on WOMAN'S FOOT-WEAbeen so satisfactory as during 1914, and while that is true there are still some left of the very best sizes and styles we had. Now we want these out of our way before our new Spring Goods come and to induce you to come and get them we are going to make such a CHANGE IN THE PRICE that you who want shoes can not afford to miss them. Now listen at this. Our $5.00 shoes we price you now at $3.50. Our $4.00 ones at $3.00. The $3.50 quality at $2.65. The $3.00 kind at $2.00, and the $2.50 ones at $ .75. Now this is a good chance to save a dollar and one saved is one made, you know. R :::::::: McROBERTS & BAILEY er-com- es it Want IT IS A DANGEROUS PRACTICE REXALL THROAT Y, 7-- Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. r 12-3- janitor's service. fertilizer and 7-t- f. The great ,iew equal to alfalfa in hay and pasture. Write for price list of seed and free circular telling how to grow :t. John A. Sheehan, R. D. 4, Falmouth, Ky. 13-- 3 SWEET CLOVER land-builder AND STYLE. ASK TO SEE OUR ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE SUITS FOR $10.00 . Bank Stock For Sale. I wish to sell privately ten shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville, Ky. Address or phone "X, Y, Z," Interior Journal office, tf MY handsome line of Spring and Summer styles for men's wear, is now ready. Call and see it, and let me take your measure. You will get better work by ordering now before the busy season. H. C. RUPLEY, the 12-- 2 Practical Tailor. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky INCREASE YOUR ACREAGE THIS YEAR Conditions indicate high price farm products. We have plently of Mattocks, Grub Hoes, Bush Blades, Snaths Axes, etc. Get busy and clean up more land ls Storeroom For Rent. Storeroom at Waynesburg in fine location; good size 22x40, suitable for grocery, dry goods or any kind of business; has one side room; apply to T. S. REYNOLDS, Recordkeeper p Maccabees, Waynesburg, Ky. 12-6- W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard -- Ci ---- :::::::: U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY 385 410 445 1030 1030 1117 1185 1365 BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK FORK, loin W" strength MOTHERHOOD for Motherhood BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE BUTTER ..RICE POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR - is not a time for experiment, but for proven qualities, and nothing exceeds the value of good cheer, needful exercise and SCOTT'S EMULSION. ng RELICS FOR SALE I have the following named relics that I wish to sell: 1 pair of hand rocks to grind corn on; 1 whip saw; 1 flax brake; 1 brass clock, this clock is not made likeany other clocks that I ever saw; 1 little spinning wheel. If you are interested in such keepsakes write for descriptions etc. J. B. WESLEY, 12-- 2 Bethedridge, Ky. W. R. WILLIS & Son, of Pineville, have bought of C. L. Gover & Co., their bakery, meat market and restaurant business, and will continue it at the old stanc?. They will be able in a few days to serve first-clameals and furnish all kinds of fresh meats, groceries and vegetables. They respectfully ask a sha?' of your patronage, promising the best of everything the markets and courteous treatment. WP! be open for business Monday, with a first-clabaker and will serve fresh bread at all times. 13tl ss uf-fo- rd ss --- Kentucky GET YOUR ; 2025 2950 3040 6540 HKHMHMHH Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities SCOTT'S EMULSION charges the richness, blood with suppresses nervous conditions, aids tne quality and quantity oi mux and insures sufficient fat. Its COD LIVER OIL feeds the verv life cells. Its LIME and SODA help avoid rickets and make teething euy. 6 Avoid Substitutes. No Alcohol wMff .! V4 I jCP lIi afl :yfBtB U-4m-- Field Seeds OF rrr 1 ZI 1 en-luri- ng D. NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Baughman's No. 1 flour from your groeer. This will help reduce the high cost of living. MEMORIALS. No tribute is so appropriate s a monument, cut from 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 Property in the 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. Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents J. H. Baughman & Co Stanford, Kentucky .?o -- HARRY JACOBS, Stanford. Ky. Stanford, Kentucky Geo. H. Farris g&K 1 fc. ." u --z The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. I YOU'RE CONSTIPATED, BILIOUS ! CASCARETS Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Gas, Bad Breath, Mean Liver and Bowels Need Cleansing. box now. Get a 10-cNo odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head aches, how miserable and uncomfortable you are from constipation, nt Friday, February 12, 1915. Corn-Mad- First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. y ? V' Use Heard About Town Col. John Robinson, of Crab Orchard Springs, is ill at the home of his brother, Wm. Robinson, in Mercer. CATARRH AND OF KIDNEYS "GETS-I- It's Sure Condensed, Report Made January 30, 1915. RESOURCES Makes Corns Vanish Like Magic! A hard cap of skin makes up every corn. When yon put 2 drops of "GETS-IT- " on lt.lt shrivels up and comes right off and there's your corn gone by thunder Simple as taking off your hat I That's 1 , BLADDER Loans, Stocks and Bonds ' t Overdrafts United States Bonds Banking House and other real estate. Due from Banks .-- $194,172.28 00.49 50,000.00 9,448.10 17,446.83 --' Cash - 1 1 ,478.84 Total Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable -'- $282,646.54 $..50,000.00 28,500.00 1,046.41 i LIABILITIES too. indigestion, biliousness and sluggish bowels you always get the desired wwwWft$lww&!. results with Cascarets. Don't let your stomach, liver, and bowels make you miserable. Take Cascarets tonight; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, ner vousness, sick, sour, Rdy stomacn, backache and all other distress; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter which is producing the misery. box means health, hapA piness and a clear head for months. No more days of gloom and distress if you will take a Cascaret now and rwwhs Co. then. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget the children their lit-.t- Don't Watte Time "Holleria." "GETS-IT,- " insides need a gentle cleansing, World' Simplest Conure, Never Fails. 10-ce- nt le Hon. and Mrs. George L. Neal, of Huntington, W. Va., re rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter. The mother was Miss Eunice Earp, who lived in this city several years. Peruna Saved Me her portrait, is an ardent friend of Peruna. She says: "I am thankful to tell you that my old trouble has never bothered me any since you Mrs. Powers, whose address Is given below State Central Committeeman Geo. Florence and Dr. R. L. Davison are attending a meeting of the republican state central committee in D. Louisville. , We failed to state in our mention of the will of C. C. Gooch that interest on that part of the estate left to the General Association of Baptists is to be paid to the widow as long as she remains alive and sin- rrlp Immmi recaived my testimonial. Any one wishing to know the facts in my case, if they will write me I will be glad to answer. Tour medicine has saved me. and gave me par-fe- et health. I frequently meet friends that knew me when I uas in poor health. They ask me what hes made su n a change in me. 'I always tell them that it was the nerve remedy. Peruna. I shall praise Peruna as long as I live." hk)Bw to why corn-millio- -- '. : - 46,900.00 1 "GETS-IT'-nothln- g 146,200.13 10,000.00 Total WE SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT $282,646.54 J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- nt H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. "w, Mrs. W. J. Duncan, of McKinney, has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Cicero Reynolds'. Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon Junction, is here with relatives and friends. J. F. Cook, of Lexington, was over this week looking after his splendid Dix river farm. Joseph Heath, who is traveling in several states, spent a day with his sister, Mrs. A. H. Severance. Mrs. W. T. West, of Lancaster, was the guest of Mrs W. B. G'Ban-non. Lawrence with bandages, sticky tape, thick plasters, corn "pulling" salves, gouge corns out with knives, snip them with nlssors, make them bleed and then howl because they can't get rid of sore corns. Use "GETS-I" There's nothing to do but apply 2 drops. The work Is done, "GETS-IT- " does the rest. No pain, no fussing, no changing shoes, no limping. It never fails. Try it tonight for any corn, callus, wart or bunion. Be sure that you get "GETS-IT- " and nothing else. "GETS-IT- " Is sold by druggists everywhere, 25o a bottle, or sent direct by E. fe T Some folks, have gone wild over llko It ever known. this day, putter around Col. George P. Eright is down from Middlesboro for several days with his daughter, Mrs. Susan Yea-ge- r. He has been feeling badly for some time, and needed a short rest from his duties at a big distillery in Bell county. Guy Hundley and Architect of Danville, were here Thursday. Mr. VanDalsen planned the handsome new home of Mr. T. A. Rice and Mr. Hundley, who will remodel his home, trie Collins place, beyond Danville, wanted to go thru the building in order to get a few pointers. He was much pleased and will adopt some of the best features of the home. Van-Dalse- n, I-sr. a sufferer from kidney and bladder which caused continued irritation and years. Two pain. I was miserable and could not trouble for twenty-tw- o years ago I began to take Peruna, stand up or walk for any length of and I only took about three bottles time without extreme weariness and and today I can, say I am a well fpain. I began taking Peruna and it greatly relieved me and in eleven person." weeks I "was completely cured, and Catarrh is liable to affect any of a. new man." the internal organs. This is especially felt like Those who object to liquid meditrue of the bladder, which Is very frequently the seat of catarrh. This cine can now procure Peruna in Tablet form. is sometimes called cystitis. Mr. James M. Powell. Xo. 1G20 "W. Mrs. A. T. Powers, R. R. 7, Box 121. London, Ohio, writes: "I write to "Walnut St.. Rosedale. Kansas, writes? thank you for the wonderful good "About four ears ago I suffered your Peruna has done for me. I was with a severe catarrh of the bladder, Catarrh of the Internal Organs Co., Chicago. ! YlV C VVH wwm7wwf mm Mm VAfl4 ' In IcT ffl Neuralgia There is no need to suffer the annoying, excruciating pain of neuralgia; Sloan's Liniment laid on gently will soothe the aching head like magic. Don't delay. Try it at once. "I have Hear What Outers Soy been a sufferer with Neuralgia for several years and have tried different 'Liniments, but "Sloan's XTnimcni ia the best Liniment for Neuralgia on earth. I have tried it successfully; it has never failed." F. II. Williams, Auguita, Ark. Mrs. Ruth C. Claypool, Independence, Mo., tcriles: "A friend of ours told us about your Liniment. We have been using it for 13 years and think there is nothing like it. We use it on everything, sores, cuts, burns, bruises, sore throat, headaches and on everything else. Wc can't get along without it. Wc think it is the best Liniment made." SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At all dealers, 25c Send four cents in stamps for a TRIAL BOTTLE Dr0 Earl S. Sloan, Inc. Dept. B. Philadelphia, Pa. Tenn., has arrived for a protracted Shugars' Drug Store. visit to Mrs. W. R. Tortd. Personal and Social E. P. Lane, of Danville, has been here most of the week assisting V. Mr. Russell Denton, of Garrard, Social Calendar R. Todd in his insurance business. was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. 13 The Beulah Walker Cir- Feb. Miss Doris Quisenberry, of Arabia, W. S. Fish. Wil- - is na will moot: wifVi ATicc the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ed Oaks and family have ir.oved Ikinson at 2:30 o'clock. G. Smith. to town and taken rooms in the home Feb. 16 The Rook Club will be Mrs. Robert T. Bruce is visiting entertained bv Mrs. Will Severance. her mother, Mrs. G. R. Turley, at of Mrs. Maggie Gover. Feb. 18 The Dixie Rook Club will Richmond. Miss Willie Wilkinson, of Lancasmeet with Mrs. Alfred Pence. Bowman Owens of McKinney went ter, is the guest of her cousin, M;ts Feb. 25. Current Events Club to Crab Orchard Wednesday on bus- Gertrude Wilkinson. will meet with Mrs. J. S. Rice. Miss Anna Belle Ballard, of Laniness. Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek caster is the guest of Mrs. J. K. R. C. Engleman and Bud Hiatt spent several days here this week Helm here. George T. Roberts, of Chicago, arwith Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen. went to Lexington today. Mrs. Mattie Nevius is visiting her rived today to visit his parents, D. Carter spent several Mrs. B. days with relatives at Mitchciistiurg. daughter, Mrs. J. E. Buck at Gi- Squire and Mrs. J. T. Roberts in the Hubble section. A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, was lbert's Creek. News comes from Middlesboro thai, Mrs. R. M. Newland and little here this week for several days. daughters, Dorothy Crusan and Lettie Mrs. G. A. Peyton and Miss May Miss Frances Cook, of Monticello, is the guest of Miss Nancy Sloan in Elizabeth, are the guests of Mrs. B:r Givens, who have been very ill, arc somewhat better, Mrs. Ed PeySimmons at Richmond. the Hubble section. Mrs. E. T. Beazley and little ton and Miss Ophelia Lackey of this A. B. Morgan and bright little son, Glenn, of Waynesburg, were callers daughter, Sadie Woodcock, of Shelby county, are still with them aiding in City, have been the guests of friends nursing them. at the I. J. oflice this morning. D. Eads, of Shelby county, was here for several days. J. Farm of 100 Acres For Sale Mrs. here from mixing with his many friends here Corbin E. J. Lee has moved daughters, to be with her Well fenced and improvements court day. Mrs. Hallie Perkins and Miss Cora fairly good; five miles from StanMrs. C. H. Keeton arrived Thurs- Lee. They have rented a house on ford, four from Lancaster and withday night from Williamsburg to visit Mill street. Mrs. W. R. Dillion, who has been in a mile of railroad station and a the family of Mr. W. H. Higgins. Neve'J-failin- g water; can be Rev. W. E. Arnold, of Danville, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Joseph school. divided and will sell part or whole. was here today en- - route to Preach- - Coffey, returned to London Thursersville, where he will hold quarterly day, leaving Mrs. Coffey slightly im- Write or apply to G. T. Ashlock. Stanford, R. F. D., Rowland. proved. meeting. Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of LouisMiss Willie Wilkinson, of LancasI HAVE sold my business to W. R. ter, is with her cousin, Miss Ger- ville, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner, for a few days, Willis & Son, and bespeak for them trude Wilkinson. Mrs. G. C. Rose, of Lancaster, was going from here to Garrard county the liberal patronage of the people the guest of her mother, Mrs. Belle to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. generally. 1 will be greatly obliged B. Bourn. Perkins. if those who owe me will call and Mi-s- . Stephen A. Walker and lit- settle with me. I owe some bills Miss Ella May Robinson, of Cor-biwill arrive Sunday to be the tle daughter, Miss Georgetta Walker which must be paid and cannot pay guest of Miss Cora Lee. of Hustonville, tool: the train here them until you pay me. C. L. GO13-- 1 Mrs. E. P. Woods and Mrs. Bettie Thursday for Jellico, where they will VER. Bush have gone to Millersburg to be visit Mrs. Walker's sister, Mrs. HARRIS CREEK the guests of Mrs. Sanford M. Allen. Smith. Mr. Walker brought them Mrs. A. P. Sloan is at Somerset at down. Mr. William McCowan has been l, Miss Ellen Ballou chaperoned the the bedside of her father, Fount who is very low of Bright's following young ladies to Cincinnati very ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gordon, of disease. Thursday, where they are spending Miss Susan F. Woods has returned a few days taking in the shows and Parksville, spent Monday with Mrs. from Mt. Sterling, where she has seeing the sights of the great city: Jack: Rice. Mounce is W. S. Rice Lyle Cooper, Sallie Mills oei the guest of lwr sister, Mrs. Misses Mary Moore Raney and Lucy working for theand Johnbrothers near Staton G. C. Anderson. Craig, J. Randolph Harris, of the First Lee Walton. On Sunday they will Danville. Miss Lillie Gaddis is the guest of National Bank, left today to spend a give a dinner to the Lincoln County couple of weeks in Florida. He went Colony there, composed of Misses her sisters, Misses Laura and Julia direct to Tampa, but will visit many Berta Jean Penny, Catherine Grego- Gaddis. Miss Fannie Gaddis is staying with ry, Lissa Holtzclaw, Elizabeth Higof the cities of that state before Mr. and Mrs. Ira Moser at Milledge-villgins and Mr. Harry Reinhart. RpH-riiH, 13-4F Miss Susan Winstead, of Franklin, Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn cure by Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. from Cedar Creek Thursday, told us that there was considerable sickness in his neighborhood. Newland Scott son of S. E. Scott, who has been ill of typhoid fever, is somewhat improved. Mrs. Garley Jones continues very sick. Mrs. J. H. Poynter, who has been indisposed for some time, is no better. Henry F. New-lanwho fell from a load of hay and sprained an ankle, is resting as easy as could be expected. d, J. Russel Dillion, who was hiire Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. n, Sti-gal- e. 17 Men's and Boy's Clothing Reduced! In order to clean up on all winter clothing before our spring stock arrives, we are going to offer everything on hand at following prices: Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's $10.00 Suits, reduced to $12.50 Suits, rebuced to $15.00 Suits, reduced to $17.50 Suits, reduced to $18.00 Suits, reduced to Parksville were pleasant callers here one evening last wees. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Williams, of Junction City, spent Friday night with her parents here. Mrs. Lue Joslin spent Thursday night with Mrs. John Mounce. Miss Allie Owens visited friends at Junction City from Friday unti' Monday. NEAL'S CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Ethel May and children, of Casey county, visited Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Roberts last week. John S. Rice visited his daughter, Mrs. Ollie Cox at Mt. Freeman. Sam Phillips and Willie Urton, of $ 6.75 $ 7.50 $ 9,50 $20.00 Suits, reduced to" $25.00 Suits, reduced to $11.00 $12.00 $14.00 $16.50 The above stock mentioned consists of newest styles, in all shades, including black and blues. The most of these are Hart, Schaffuer. & Marx the best there is to be had in ready to wear clothing. The people of this place are exceedingly glad that the ground hog did not see his shadow last week. Mr. Lee Farmer, of McLean, 111., is visiting his uncle, Dink Farmer and family.' Mr. Wallace Brackett was out to see Edd Farmer. Miss Effie Farmer visited Miss Bessie Brackeett last week. Miss Dulcie Baugh visited Miss Oca Farmer last week. Mr. Coffman was over to see Uncle Dink Farmer. Mr. Coffman has moved his saw mill from Gravel Switch to Maywood. Mr. Cleve Belden continues very ill, we are sorry to say. We are awfully glad to see Elbert Terry out again. Mrs. Charley Baugh is ill. Miss Bessie Brackett was out to see Misses Oca and Chloe Farmer Parrigrfn, who made the district of Clinton and Wayne a most efficient representative in the last legislature, although he If You Are Losing Weight was a republican, orders his I. J. changed from Burnside to Brookport and your nerves are in bad condition 111., where he goes at foreman of the we recommend Ayer & Lord Tie Company with which he has been connected for ua2& Olive Oil some time at Burnside. Mr. Parri-ga- n JSS2sSw7wm Emulsion lived in Stanford several years containing Uypophosphitc ago, being then connected with the a food and nerve tonic prescription-Penny- 's Mahony insurance agency, and has many friends here. In a letter to Drug Store. the I. J. Parrigan states that he will still hold his residence in Kentucky PREACHERSVILLE. and expects to return in November to celebrate a republican victory. Miss Ruby Parrish is quite sick. . Parrigan was always noted as a great " IMrs. Grace Gill and Miss Emma "kidder" however. Bell visited Miss Ella Rigsby. Mrs. Wesley Holtzclaw is sick at A dispatch from Battle Creek, the home of her father, Mr. R. J. Mich., says that Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McAlister. Mr. arl Mrs. Ollie Carpenter and Baughman, of Stanford, Ky., who were visiting in that city, enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Williams, of Lana trip through the Postum Cereal caster visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. CarWith other penter. Co., plant last week. Mrs. Fado Parks and Miss Nora guests' they were shown every process in the making of Postum, Grape Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Nuts and other food products made Navlor on Gilbert's Creek. Mr. J. F. Payne, our blacksmith, by this firm, which is one of the largworld. is suffering a severe attack of rheuest pure food plants in the The art gallery in the administration matism. Misses Burton and Purcell, of building was one of the most enjoyable features of the visit, as the pri- Plato, visited the family of Mr. and vate art collection of the late C. W. Mrs. J. H. Thompson. Mr. Charles Thompson, of Mt. VerPost, which is on exhibition and conmany wonderful painting in non, is visiting his parents, Mr. and tains oils and water colors 0y some of the Mrs. J. J. Thompson. Quarterly meeting at the Methodworld's greatest artists. Mr. and Mrs. Baughman went from Battle ist church on Friday, Saturday and Creek to Jefferson City, Mo., where Sunday. It is thought Rev. B. C. they were guests of her cousin," Sen- Horton, of Richmond, will be present. Mr. Charles Vaught, of Danville, ator Charles Carter, who is in atguest of the famtendance at the legislature, now in was the week-en- d ily of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown. session. Mrs. W. H. Cumn.sns is recovering nicely after a severe illness. Mrs. F. L. Thompson is quite sick. While trying to prop back a heavy door to the hen house one day last week, a sudden gut of wind blew the door shut again, and Master Ramon Thompson was knocked down and stunned so tha he was unconsome time. Quickly Yielded To Lydia E. scious for While shooting a target rifle, Virgil Jones was accidentally shot thru Pinkham's Vegetable the hand. Miss Vercie Hester visited the Compound. Misses Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress visited Bridgeton, N. J. "I want to thank you wonderful Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cummins last a thousand times for the week. good Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's l?raiiJLj;;-i!:,Misses Miss Carrie Naylor Vegetable Luna and Julia Brown. visited Compound has done Mr. T. W. Payne has a badly "."wwwwm K for me. I suffered bruised thumb. Wwmt? ww" very much from a Master Harvey Anderson has been I quite sick. female trouble. a had bearing down PECULIAR AFTER EFFECTS pains, was irregular ?w-Vand at times could OF GRIP THIS YEAR Hon. Lyman J. E. B. Campbell, Stanford. GET TO THE CAUSE Way. Stanford People Are Learning the There is but little peace or comfort for the man or woman with a. bad back. The distress begins in early morning keeps up throughout the day. It's hard to get out of bed, it's torture to stoop or straighten. Plasters and liniment may relieve-b- ut cannot cure if the cause is inside the kidneys. When suffering so, use Doan's Kidney Pills, the tested and proven kidn-- y remedy, used in kidney troubles for over 50 years. Doan's Kidney Pills are recommended by thousands foi just such eases. Proof of their effectiveness in the testmony of this Stanford resident: "One of my family was troubled by dizzy spells and weakness of the kidneys," says Mrs. J. M. Lunsford. of R. F. D. No. 4, Stanford. "He had backache and was very stiff and suffered from severe pains across his loins. Hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills, he used them -- nd was relieved from the firat. He is no long-er troubled and we are sure that the cure Doan's Kidney Pills made is permanent." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Lunsford recommended. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Milburn'C- o., ' MAYWOOD. Mr. S. M. Vanhook is through stripping tobacco and he says that he is going to get ten cents a pound but we think it will average him front 1 to 2 cents. Mr. Woods DeBoard is improving after a spell of the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watts is very sick at this writing. Dr. L. F. Jones, of Crab Orchard, was here last week to see Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watts. Mr. F. B. Campbell is improving THIS WOMAN'S SICKNESS v last week. Phillips & Phillips Corner Main and Lancaster A Mr. James Kirk and son, Howard Kirk took their tobacco to Danville this week. Mr. Willie McGuffey was in this part of the county Sunday. We are glad to see him in our neighborhood. Misses ' Chloe and Effie Farmer r were up to see and Mr. Dulei Bauh.4latVwlU i) Mist Lee-Farme- :; hardly walk across the room. I was Leaves Kidneys In Weakened Conlable to do my Aids dition. lousework or attend to my baby I was bo weak. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Doctors in all parts of the country Compound did me a world of good, and have been kept busy with the epidemnow I am strong and healthy, can do my ic of grip which has visited so many work and tend my baby.. I advise all homes. The symptoms of grip this France has been called the nation suffering women to take it and get year are often very distressing and without stomach troubles. The French well as I did." Mrs. FANNIE COOPER, leave the system in a run down con have for cenerations used a simple mix- dition, particularly the kidneys wnicn ture of vegetable oils that relieve stom-seeR.F.D., Bridgeton, N.J. to suffer most, as almost every ach and intestinal ailments and keep the Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com- - victim complains of lame back and bowels free from foul, poisonous mat roots and urinary troubles which shoum not oe ter. The stomach is left to perform its Eound, made from native contains no narcotic or harmful neglected, as these danger signals of functions normally. Indigestion and holds the record of ten lead to dangerous kidney trou- gastritis vanish. drugs, and y Mr. Geo. H. Mayr, a leading druggist being the most successful remedy for bles. Druggists report a large sale which of Chicago, cured himself with this female ills we know of, and thousands on Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roof voluntary testimonials oh file in the so many people say soon heals and remedy in a short time. The demand he imports Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., strengthens the kidneys after an at- is so great that compounds these oils them under is a great from France and tack of grip. Swamp-Roto prove this fact. seem kidney, liver and bladder remedy, the name of Mayrs Wonderful RemFor thirty years it has been the stand- and, being an herbal compound, has edy. People everywhere write and tesard remedy for female ills, and has re- a gentle healing effect on the kid- tify to the marvelous relief they have stored the health of thousands of women neys, which is almost immediately received using this remedy one dose who have been troubled with such ail- noticed in most cases by those who will rid the body of poisonous accretions ments as displacements, inflammation, try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-to- that have accumulated for years and N. Y., offer to send a sample convince the most chronic sufferer from ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc on receipt stomach, liver or intestinal troubles. size bottle of Swamp-Roo- t, advice of ten cents, to every sufferer who Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold, If you want druggists everywhere with the write to Lydia & Pinkham Med requests it. A trial will convince icine Co., (confidential) Lynn, any one who may be in need of it. positive understanding: that your money Mass. Your letter will be opened, Regular size bottles 50 cts. and $1. will be refunded without question or quibble it ONEbottle read and aaswered by a womam For sale at all druggists. Be sure to aUoIue.satisfactioru fails to give ye -4J mention tkispaper i3 'And in striit y k this writing. Mr. Morris Bailey is going west again. He thinks he will start the first of March. Mr. W. H. Watts who has had typhoid fever for several weeks is able to go back to his work. Mr. L. P. Cook is able to get out again. Mrs. Clara Wilson has returned home after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oaks, Mr. Oaks is some better at this writing. slowly. Mrs. C. T. Rambo is very sick at French Remedy Stomach Sufferers m to-da- ot ot n, specral '. hld ?! ''ice. - -- I ,1 i e ns i' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, February 12, 1915. All Blood Disorders Farm and Stock News Russell Dillion had a valuable fam- "flv mare to die a few days ago. Dr. Cook pronounced it a bowel trouble. Walter Spoonamore sold to Mrs. Nannie Holzclaw, a nice Jersey hei- fer for $25. V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, bought here Monday six head ot cattle at $37.50. 400-pound GIRLS! DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR Quickly Driven Away JUtMishme Results With the Greatest Blood Purifier Ever Discovered. Try This!.. Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, Wavy and Beautiful at Once Stops Falling Out. Yes! Immediate? Certain? that's the joy of it. Your hair becomes light, wavy, lustrous and beautiful as a gri's after a hair cleanse. Jut try this moisten a cloth with a little Dander-in- e and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits those whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying the hair, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff, cleanses, purines and rnvfgorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair, but what will please you most will be after a few week's use, when you see new hair fine and downy at first yes out really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danoerine from any drug store or toilet counter ard just try it. yo-ioOan-derine m&3$0 JlLprth-St- n Vihe -- -! Shijjto the aoVshead maricet cmpetilm of i lynches cmL1mSk. Vlra5w$s M "Ttrada Lid cariecercise the rishtolrejeclM Strength, Power, Accomplishment are all Typified in S. S. S. Some blood disorders become deeply ' eliminated from their presence, rooted in the glands and tissues, and the Then, too, S. S. S. has such specific mistake is made of resorting to drastic stimulation on these local cells as to pre. drugs. These only aggravate by causing serve their mutual welfare and a proper other and worse troubles. A host of peo- relative assistance to each other. ple know this to be true. They know In a very brief time S. S. S. has the from painful experience. reconstructive process so under control To get right down into where the. blood that remarkable changes are obseved. All Ss vitiated requires S. S. S. the greatest eruptive places heal, mysterious pains and blood purifier ever discovered. aches have disappeared, and from head to This remarkable remedy contains one foot there is a conscious sensation of reingredient, the active purpose of which is newed health. to stimulate the tissues to the healthy From the fact that S. S. S. is purely selection of Its own essential nutriment a botanical preparation, it is accepted by and the medicinal elements of this match- the weakest stomach and has great tonic less blood purifier are just as essential to influence. Not one drop of drugs or well balanced-healtas the nutritious minerals is used in its preparation. Ask elements of the meats, grains, fats and for S. S. S. and Insist upon having sugars of our daily food. And If you desire skillful advice upon any Not only this, but if from the presence matter concerning the blood and skin, of some disturbing poison there Is a local write to The Swift Specific Co., 205 Swift or general Interference of nutrition to Bldg, Atlanta, Ga, Do not allow some cause bolls, carbuncles, abscesses and zealous clerk to larrup the atmosphere In "kindred troubles, S. S. S. so directs the eloquence over something "Just as good" local cells that this poison is rejected and as S, S, S, Beware of all counterfeits. I i h it i 3)r. Le Gear';largest noise mine world B An expert Veterinary Surgeon on your "farm! the personal prescription of an expert Veterinary Surgeon, These Remedies have been When you buy any one of Dr. LeGear's Remedies you get r- - Remedies prescribed by Dr. LeGear tor its purpose; and all Guaranteed to give satisfaction Tested 20 years and proved best in thousands of cases of injury and sickness of every kind of stock and poultry. There are twenty-Uv- o each the best bought four pigs averaging about 50 pounds at six cents. J. T. Watts and W. S. Armstrong of Boyle, bonglit in Casey county 75 shoats, which they sold to parties in Marion county, and to Carpenter & Lester, of Mercer county, at 7 4 cents per pound. The shoats averaged 70 pounds. 1-- pounds. E. T. Tence, Sr., oi Stantoru, soiu this week to J. Frank Smtih and J. T. Livingston a dozen pigs that averaged 69 pounds, at six and a half cents a pound. Fox and Farris, of Danville, purchased 31 mules at Bob Walker's stable last Saturday at prices ranging from $100 to $140. Richmond Climax. Sam Matheny, on the Somerset pike, sold to O. P. Huffman five butcher cows that averaged about 1,000 pounds at from five and a HUSTONVILLE ROLLER MILLS FOR SALE. quarter to five and a half cents. Fox & Farris, of Danville, sold to W. R. Cook, of Lancaster, a pair of As agent for the D. M. Lipps "heirs, mu'es for $325; a pair of I will sell privately the Hustonville to C. H. Wood, of Boyle, for Roller Mill and $350; four to Vernon Lear for $(550 The mill has a Electric Light Plant. capacity; to an- in good running order and shape is and a pair of and other party for $300. makes a splendid flour It has alW. J. Carpenter sold a bunch of ways been a money-make- r; is heifer and steer calves to Mr. John in a splendid farming and located wheat A. Coulter for $32 per head Farris raising section, a good town and the and Fox bought 27 head of war mules environment could not be better. The in Monticello Saturday at prices electric light plant is run in connecranging from $115 to $140 per head. tion with the mill, lights the town Messenger. and supplies private residences and W. N. Nash, of Shelby county has pays a handsome profit. sold to L. F. Minish, of "Frankfort, If you are lookine for a mono.v- his farm of 104 .acres, on the State tnaking proposition, .nvestigate this, pike, eight miles east of Shelbyville, as it will be sold at . at a reported price slightly less than will be made right. oargain. Terms $100 the acre. W. D. NAVE, Agent, J. F. Cook shipped from his Dix 12-Ky. river farm Thursday to H. O. Maxwell at Brookhaven, Miss., a handThere" No Question somely bred yearling jack for which bub that indigestion and the distressed he got a handsome sum. It is a splendid individual. It was sent by feeling which always goes with it can express. be promptly relieved by taking a J. T. Livingston bought a bunch of LcJlSL Dyspepsia seven shoats from E. B. Denham, of Stanford, this week for which he paid six and a half cents a pound. before and after each meal. 25c a box. They averaged 75 pounds. From Penny's Drug Store. Victor Ballou, the same gentleman four-vear-r.l75-barr- John Coulter, of MiJd'eburg, .sold to B. G. Fox here court day a pair of aged mules for $200. J. M. Cress sold to Bruner, of Nicholasville, the 30 calves advertised in this paper last week at $31. They were choice ones. S. .H. Baughman bought half a dozen thin yearling steers from A. T. Nunnelley this week at six cents a pound. They averaged about 500 ij&ptuck I II Four Months Free AttMtionpf experienced Stdiraf H SCeQtraiv --gjrtcTWle or ever vge2Li ho$UeaajfJ Buy Gold Mectah Public Sale of Land.' The Sure Growing Kind PUBLIC SALE Of Real and Personal Property I Will on Field T in Lancaster, Ky., on 11 ...:il aen tit, uiu i win XT- -- a. I court 1nouse aoor I SEEDS On Monday, February 22nd, County Court day at 11 o'clock A. M.to the highest bidder my farm of IIS acres located in Garrard county, Kentucky on Drake's creek and near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands o.h beorge Brown and others This is the farm where I now live and wil1 show the farm to anyone desiring to look at it before day of sal's. Possession given within 30 days from date of jic. TERMS Made known at time of sale J. P. B4LLARD. el three-year-ol- ds If he can't supply you. write us direct. LOUISVILLE SEED CO. and and Main Louisville, Ky. Buy them from your local seed dealer. NICE BUILDING LOT FOR SALE The lot north of my resi- 4t Is containing about three acres. This lot lays in an "L" shape, running west and the north back of the Ellis place. : : : Mrs. Oma L. Proctor VVVAWWUWAWVWVWWV. dence on Danville street, PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction on SATURDAY, FEB. 13th. 1915 at my place, one mile southwest of Crab Orchard, the followintr: One bay mare, seven years old, one com mg horse, one five-yeold Jersey cow; one yearling Jersey heifer; one mowing machine; one turning plow; one International hay bailer; one rubber tire buggy and harness, etc. Also all my household mm mii-iieLurimure ana ocner two-year-o- Public Auction, the following de- scribed property One tract of land containing 18 acres, located inside the limits of the town of Hustonville, all in grass, good tobacco barn and plenty of water; also 1 good brood mare; 1 good driving pony, 8 years old; 1 coming yearling horse mule; 1 combined gelding; 1 combined gelding; 1 Jersey cow, wili be lresii in 3Iay, subject to register; I Duroc sow and pigs subject to register; 5 coming year- cmves; also, i will otter my tract j "" barn, 72x36, water at the barn, about 18 acrps- - t o.hno worr. on; 1 hack; 1 runabout; 1 cart; 1 turning plow, good as new 1 cultivator; 1 harrow; 1 mowing machine, 1 corn drill; 1 hand tobac co setter; some harness; 1 self feeder crank cutting box; 1 piano, good as new; 1 big swing stable lamp bacco SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, 1915 at my barn in Hustonville, Ky., beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sell at nurr"?1 uuvh. JAKi..N, C-URE ld ar 'Ak2Z Tablet u or money refunded. We have a limited supply of Dr. LeGear's 50c stock instruction book 112 pages, 200 subjects, 64 illustrations which we will give free with a purchase of any of Dr.LeGear's Remedies. Getjoar free book while the supply lasts, at W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, XY. Rugs, Lace Curtains, Wall Paper, Window Shades, PENCE . ", With Complete Line of Furniture. HILL, Stanford. Roots & Horbs GOD'S MEDICINES ,B-. CZARLJEWHITE-MOO- ThsCswkjHeniafist ICINArOR OF WHITE Compounded according- to tho Original & Exclusive Formulas & Kecipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, The Cow-ho- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thoucands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEL-SAH, maiS CKETEKNE IKBliK Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N readers of the paper, as being very old. They did to the writer, who go. mailed it two week came Dr. Jackson, of Danville down Wednesday, February 3rd and operated on Mrs. J. K. Coffey for appendicitis. Miss No. a Riffe, of is nursing Mrs. Coffey and she is a great deal better at this writing. The spoke mill at Yosemite which closed down some time since, will resume business again this week. H. C. Estes, who has spent much of his life on the road from here to Illinois, left us again Friday for the prairie state. Miss Minnie Pike accompanied him and family. Miss Bessie La whom, is at Danville visiting Mrs. Lester. Miss De-v- a Bastin is filling Miss Bessie's position as clerk in Mrs. Belle Law-horn-'s store at Yosemite. Mrs. Cleo Thomas, of McKinney, is at the bedside of her father, Robt. McWhorter, who is sick at his home at Yosemite. Hart Coffey, who moved to Russell county about a year ago, is back at his old haunts at Yosemite. Rev. Luther Youixg filled his regular appointmennt at Green River Sunday. Rev. C. T. Claunch went to Rocky Ford Sunday. There is no sign of a panic here. Indeed our people seem to be enjoying a season of prosperity. Our leading merchants say their tr,ade is good. H. C. McWhorter is running his planing mill full time. Sam Bell is doing fine business with his grist mill and working with all his might on his light plant. Two blacksmiths are kept busy and the bank officials are not complaining. Middleburg seems to be coming to the front anyway. County politics have not taken shape worthy of comment as yet. There are already five candidates for the two positions to fill, though none of them have yet gotten busy. Suppose they are waiting for the groundhog weather to subside, which 'is about forty days hence. Mc-Kinn- ey letter must have appeared to the MIDDLEBURG. Some of the news items in our last If a better cough syrup than Foley's Honey and Tar Compound could be found, we would carry it. We know this reliable and dependable medicine has given satisfaction for more than forty years; therefore we never offer a substitute for for" the genuine. Recommended croup, whooping coughs, colds, toothache and neuralgia. cough bronchial and lagrippe coughs. Rev. Brock preached here the 5th No opiate. For sale by all druggists. Sunday in January. All enjoyed an excellent sermon. WAYNESBURG. Prayer meeting was held at Mr. Messrs. R. Curtis, T. S. Reynolds, W. M. Thompson's last Sunday. It A. B. Morgan, L. G. and T. O. will be held , at Mr. Charlie Gooch attended county court at Thompson's next Sunday at 2 o'clock. Stanford Monday. Mr. Henry Murrell and family will Mr. Curtis have stqrt for Illinois the 12th where they rented and Mrs. 2. T. Alice Gooch rooms of Mrs. will make their future home. We all and moved into them. regret to give them up and wish them Miss Mayetta CalcrweTI is visiting well in their new home. Mrs. A. L. Foster, at Hustonville. Mr. Granville Murrell will, occupy Mrs. H. L. Dumas and Miss Oma the place which will be made vacant Caldwell went to Lexington Saturby Mr. Henry MurrelPs departure. day. Mrs. Sallie Murrell is visiting her spent Saturday Prof. W. M. parents, Mr. Hiram Thompson, of and Sunday in Benge county. Pulaski Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reynolds and Mrs. Ona Elder is suffering with son, Lewis, spent Saturday and Suntoothache and neuralgia. day with friends at McKinney. Mr. Charles Thompson will soon Mr. V. S. Denson visited Mr. have his new house ready to move Mrs. W. R. Singleton Tuesday. and in. Mr. Marion Caldwell and Mr. Otis Mr. George White has been buy- Lee spent Saturday night with Mr. ing some calves at a fancy price. and Mrs. D. M. Perry. Mr. R. A. Smith bought a nice Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sweeney work mare from Mr. Stepp on Negro and little daughter, Geneva, spent Creek at a fancy price. People are Saturday night and Sunday Mr. all surprised at flour. It is selling at and Mrs. Lemon Singleton. with 90c and $1.00 in some places, but at Mrs. A. L. Johnson continues ill. Thompson's store it :s 85c. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Singleton Miss Lizzie Carson of Crab Or- spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. chard passed through here last Sat- and Mrs. D. W. Caldwell. urday and stopped to see Mrs. Ida Misses Iva and Vivea Gooch spent Thompson. TVIiss Carson was on her Monday night with Misses Irene and way to visit her sister, Mrs. Steve Lucy Singleton. Brown of Ottawa. Master Butler Reynolds and Miss Maud Brown of Broughton-tow- sister, Alma visited their grand-parent- little s, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ida Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Singleton Thompson this week. Thursday. Old Aunt Fanny Irvin, one of the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Singleton, of oldest women in this conuty fell and Pleasant Point, visited their daughsprained her arm very badly. ter, Mrs. Mattie Gooch last week. Little Jewel Simpson suffered the Mr. Porter Bell who was in misfortune to burn her arm verv bad- "goods" business here, removed the to ly. his home in Elmwood Place, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith visited Wednesday. their brother, Mi. Martin-Smi- th last Sunday. Mr. William Thompson was the HELPLESS AS BABY guest of Charlie Thompson Sunday afternoon. Miss Louisa Simpson and Mr. Henry Smith were the delightful guests of Mrs. Ida Thompson Sunday town in Mind Unable to Work, n, MT. ZION. We are having some nice days now after so much bad weather. A. A. Wren is doing a lot of grinding now. He gets about all the corn he can grind two days out of each week. Mrs. Ida Thompson has been suffering severely the past week with things too numerous to mention. W. V. DUNN, Crab Orchard, Ky. 12"td Hustonville, Ky. A Sourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Is the only remedy put up " K" lirui&lsts. Write for free booklet nr.wr.xji wwrsmi MBuiuuviiMi'ii Tbii:!; oi it.i!r.Farmir.lvn,:.i romoili. fnr nVini.- -. that is sold under a "Lesral Guarantee hn. can you afford to take chances asainst Bond." How ho? ruea yuB can gei tms remedy on snch terms? cholera Legally GUARMiTEED . ?: Jt ever Is TOP nOO JP ca GhoSera H j5m that guaranteed work better than known remedy. II ds theoe ?:"a,0,1 sa,ca aany otherto cure and prevent strong enaraatee. At tellintr how to save your bozs Ky. Mr. Kiser Will Receive Hemp Here Friday And Saturday, Feb. 12 and 13. All farmers who have hemp broken out will I please deliver on these dates. Still have a limited amount of seed which we can furnish those desiring to raise a crop this year. For further information write or call on C. HAYS FOSTER, Stanford, Ky., Lincoln County National Bank Building. kWP.TEiP' r?f ?p.7XL , ' sr.&r 3Mi A INDIAN REMEDIES , m wSwv v.SDi ' J Z. 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