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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 8, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 int1915120801_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 8, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. &.. HEIGHT PAGES TODAY. Established I860 55th Year No. 3. The Interior J ournal Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky Friday, December 8, 1915. It.' P. Am Maysville, HUSTONVILLE - w 1 - .SECOND SECTION. Tuesdays and Fridays To the Democrats . N of Kentucky slate agent Allen Burris and family were here Tr Lito nnn i iiuuiuauc j 'it a lew days last wee wun reiau e i gpent thj da .urn xiiwiu. , Misg G. C. Ritfe has moved into the a Stanford Charles Wheeler property for this anj- vsjj. j.Q i j i it ential Life urday and Valker. her home r a plens- n. ived here ser-wh- ; . t - ENTIRE CROP BRINGS $17.50 AT DANVILLE HOUSE Weaver. & Byrd, of Lincoln County, are Paid This Splendid Price for AIL Their Holdings on the Floor of This House This Week l-- j . -- nnminnhnn tor Governor. If nominated and elected Governor, I will befcd every energy, use every power given me, and exerSevvell & Haselden, of Boyle County, Receive an Average of $16.50 oh a cise every precaution to give Kentucky an administration that will go Portion of Crop Sold at Same Time and Place. down in history as an economic, e, progressive and peace .business-likful era in the affairs of this state. - ic. Tv.tr fti-nnnvif5nn that no Bunnle & Smith, of Mercer County, Receive an Average of $13.20j f be selected Pnvpmnr nf w should i fnmmonwealtli in order to i,nnnr for 4,245 pounds. liim rather he should be given the position on account of the service he can render the public. The State s :l household goods at Moreland last iettt still, business affairs are a large busi- lands, the efficient of, its toilers, week to be shipped to Boone conn- - and prevent use soap B is possible, ness, the largest in the Common- the investments of money in legitimate channels, and its natural re- ty, where he will locate and preach 'and instead. derine Hair wealth. 2so business concern would sources jfor the Big Bone Baptist church, i Cleans V .ust ftfV?f with think of selecting its chief execuTobacco began rolling into the motto of the Danville House is: AVERAGE $13.10 W. L. Evans had a narrow escape; Danderme aiufiflfr) arefully I will do all in my power to build other than his effitive officer for jaHH last. Tuesday morning at the cross- through your e strand ciency and experience. Measured by up the fertility uf the soil, to inDanville Tobacco Warehouse on f 4'0URS FOR LEGITIMATE BUSI i ? Nk I f fViilM ve a ust. hesitate to crease the efficiency of our labir, ing of Hanging Fork, in the West at a timtv this standard, I do not End The water was very M Kay Ball, Hustonville, sold 1,200 few mo-- Walnut street at an early hour Mon- NESS."' Following are the lists of ask the people to indorse my candi- to protect money invested in legiti- deep oftown. and swift and when the horse in your mate enterprses, and to develop KrCmr9. PEBr" dacy. sales : pounds for 1G0.4S. got in the current he refused to go h n, but it day morning, for this week's maris not necessary for me to re- our natural resources. It '"'' AVERAGE $12.48. My life has been "spent among and any iartuer ana was auont to go wi. mBBBBBMMBWnimm abundant, count here the work that I have done jvtw BSBBBkBBBBBL A ASHft able soft- - ket. They continued to roll in all under a water gap below when Mr. an L.aiiiiiia' .4 !l r.' iirthe last ten years in upbuilding the my work has been for the people who Evans jumped into the water over ne: btVbbbbbbbbbB 9r&JuLm J' Bundle & Smith, of Salvisa, sold agricultural interests of this State'. I make up the great mass of the : day Monday, Monday night and are Tir deep, and. 'released the ani- waist beautify- John White, of Boyle county, SPld Lave contributed my part while Com- citizenship of this Commonwealth. max J J i mg irom Ll. Duggy. iue on of Dan- - arriving in large numbers this morn- 4,245 pounds for $501.48. missioner of Agriculture, Labor and The business of the State must der 710 pounds for $95.29. City ' lc i Dr. Chase went to le of AVERAGE $13.20 ' Statistics toward placing the agri- pend upon the earning and consent last week to perform Junction ing, and Col. Henry C. Bright, the an operation, dan , AVERAGE $13.42. cultural interests and the lahoring ing power or its people. L there r, j ping tt$MBL Dan- which is proving a success. Kentucky on a much fore, feel as Governor, I could interests of president, is as husy a man as you Iniormation has been received ' derii: t fresh platae than they ever occupi- - for a service, to the toiler in the Notice to Hunters. Weaver & Byrd, of Lincoln, sold here of the marriage of Miss Mattie show ine, are ever saw. He has a large force been field, workshop and mine, as well as ed in the past. Politics has We, the undersigned, agree to en- -. to the removed from the Farmers' Insti- - the business interests in the cities, .Liumuuie, Aurmeriy ol mis piace, o veg force the law against . BtH&itBtBtBtBtr l? 8Rt men, who are certainly on 2,015 pounds for $457.04. hut now of Louisville, to :i Mr. Mat- - j roots, lnBBJBBBKMKflV engtuens tutes, the State Fair, and from the trappers on our farms. Fox hunt" Assurulg the voters o Kentucky tingly ot Louisville. life-prAVERAGE $17.50 them. It their johs, to which he has added a Labor Bureau, and efficient service that j wiU appreeiate tbe supp0rt of Miss mm i'iti ijii inf especially prohibited. All hounds Sarah Curtis, the oldest ducing p hair to . demanded. " found on our lands roaming, trail- - ! ibbbHbbbbbbbbViTbbVBS every man, whatever be his profes- - maid of all this section, is quite ill numbers of hustlers, in order to grow Ion utiful. took charge sioilj however humhle or however On January 1, 1912, I ing or in the chase, will he conoid- ut the home of A. M. Frye. j Men ! I rely have avoid Unnecessary delay. It is" conSewell & Haselden, of Boyle, sold ered trespassers and treated of a practically undeveloped depart- - hih hig position in life and piedgin;r :(" Little John Hocker celebrated his lots et a 25 meat of the State government, and an administration in the interest of cordingly. j birthday on Dec. 29th at his cent bot ceded that the Danville Tobacco 1,505 pounds for $244:84. Ron's Da today it stands out primarily as one (he peopl0) without fear or favor, Wm. . McAfee Nora E. Ayers, aome. ' tore or of the leading branches of the State s i,aving in mind only the puDlics wel. Rev. James Cummins of. Louis- - ine from W. I AVERAGE $16.30 , Givens, Maurice Givens. ouse has an auctioneer eoujnter - .. Tmn affairs. Every promise made the fi,r T f tl Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. vine, preached at the Presbyterian in the State, and it people before my election' as Com- cratic nomination, and securing this, C. Bosley. H. P. Hawkins, I. S. MajJBBfiiRties Li church Sunday morning. missioner of Agriculture and Labor the race for Governor. Tevis & Son, H. L. Tevis, Joe K. Robert Hukel, of Boyle county, own that this auctioneer, Capt. Wm. Neal was in town Saturday The soUdfkuuieioL positi has been fulfilled. No man can truthWnsht. O. A McRoIei.ts. Respectfully submitted, lOOkino- -- . vol! .iffov ;n oovpfin ilinocc .f pros "" '" a$320.19. Holland, HSETS THE PRICE: sold v? t,k cavorn or the' fully say that I have broken a.prom-is- e, 1 V r- 7JW.'NEWM&NT "" ." irooL'c aioto ave won POSTED or shirked a duty as a public AVERAGE $13.00 Mr. A. Jj. Foster and family have tineti you will fine a evr f ne IV secu its officer. Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. Please Settle at Once returned home after a visit to Mr. ' od 0I rk stocl With this official record behind od averages made at the Dan- IF. C. Baughman, Gottlieb Benke, J. "V. TVfvO C1 Tnmlon r4Tli'j I. J. starts the New Year un- - anil H. C. me, I now make the following prom I J I. -Pliillinc lino mnvo1 f """-- - !. M. J. Farris, of Boyle county, S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, Jacob Gan - Tnnn rvvuo a two days., ' """i' "" ises if nominated and elected Gov- - er new1 management and requests .. ivc wire m boostTv ille House in the last der, Mrs. Mattie Hewes, John B. ' iiu'who owe it to please settle at tion City, but will still come over in ing tl lis. Despite the There are hundreds of others. The sold 4,205 pounds for $548.71. crnor: Auderson. J- - Frank Smith- his auto every day to keep up his i rather usiuess conditions FIRST I will use ejvery power ollce so that all of business may he dental work at his office over Ad-- 1 in the vested in me as Governor to hold the wound up and the books kept ams f 1914, the year Bros., Store. endin this State within its in- straight. Those haing claims against expenses of is the most pros-or- y Miss Mattie Lipps, of Louisville,1 peron by only one the former management will be paid of this coin- come. This can be done was here last week visiting relatives pany, at once. tf showing $15,000,-asset- s, of two means, or by a combination and friends. 000 o L' Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. E, Deatherage, Treas. of the two; by cutting down expenses of which T. J Curtis, E. C. Million, Pres. i t.,,.i nr:n: oj. Aiiuerson, ii.ui., ' 78", 1' Minis, j Administrator's Notice - was in cash. The business or increasing the income. I shall inwd W. S. Rarbrough, of Nashville, ime is running sist upon the State's business being All persons owed by estate of the i ths f;.r Biggest in Prices Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space vim., were nere guests or .Bowman lTOore fn bv as few employes as possible, late Mrs. G. C. Givens are requested rgo as last sea- ran I Myers last Aveek. A ind employe is to present claims properly proven bv . i aOll. when each officer this wonderful- - , ,. ii Aigar etldle, Ifobert jNunnelley, i ly satis - law to the undersigned administra- rendering honest, capable and effiing of the cient service. ties are to be tor. Those owing the estate are re- - w.ic uniuvii,O . .uen it. iiivans, ram IT ri l Tl "imoi I shall further endeavor to secure quested to call and settle promptly. ana cowman .Jiarorougu, Jstel 0 stock exchange Alyers attended the Qjjjs a a revision of our tax laws that will B. "Y. GIVENS, Admr. may not seem tf aance at Liancaster last Tuesday reimai'ki tax upon those escap Mr., Carpenter, impose a just ' night. until o! i:ig taxation, thereby increasing the the fact that 011- PICTURE shows Friday and SatDavid Skinner returned to his ' ly two 'revenue of the State without increas- urday nights. ompanies out of . 11 ItllOIHArlrt in ,....vC uno.us ui, C L oLonega, va over 4, ing the taxation on real esate. iness iu this na- mst neanesuay alter a short yisit;ton h SKCOXD Kentucky is essential to get their se- i 111 a rn JH& XilllUl IICIU. ' trtvl LW CONDITION OF THE curitiel ly an agricultural State. Seventy-fiv- e Mrs. Thomas Best, of Mt. Salem, (Incorporated.) cent, of our people are CRAB ORCHARD was the guest of her sister, "Mrs. S. Capital $40,000.00 Telephone 221 Rcporf of the condition of Near L. & A. Depot classed by the 1910 census as a ru- -j BANKING CO. T. Carpenter, one day last week. cent, DIRECTORS ral population. Another 15 per v A telegram was received here a THE STATJE BANK & TRUST CO. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. toil in the factory, workshop or Dr. C. H. Vaught Curtis E. C. Million T.J. Smith few days ago of the serious illness At the Close of Business mine. These are the wealth creadoing business E. DeatheraSe Marion Coy J. M. Haden Stan- of of Miss Carrie Linps, of Baltimore, Dec. 3i, 1914 tors of the Commonwealth. "What- - i ford, Lincoln tucky, at Md. Her brother, R. A. Lipps, of ever it is tiiey produce aids in Dnng- To Our Friends and Others Who Grow Tobacco: December RESOURCES Diinville and a sister left immediate- the close of This line of arguing prosperity to our entire people. BHls 1.31, 1914: The time for hot air misrepresentations and extravagant talk is over. $59,383.22 ly for her bedside. 1 shall do all m my power to sell bat it don't last. We are now at a llierefore, ment might have fooled a few people who have tobacco Overdrafts 777 fifi W. M. Harmon and wife, of Lebto promote the agricultural and lab- - Banking hOUSe&Lot 'Loans and point where the grower or the- man selling tobacco says to such people, "You'll have to SHOW me." $S3,003.08 1 50000 Simply compare onug interests, knowing full well Furniture and Fixtures 1,50000 anon, are visiting relatives and Overdrafts, This is where we come in. This is all we waut, all we ever want, a sqnare deal. friends here. that every citizen is benefitted there- - Due from Banks ..... unsecured- our sales with those Of any llOUSe anywhere, large or small... We court this kind of competition. 1,303.51 7,686 09 "Miss Ora Williams is visiting in hy- "Well' says the hot air arMst, "what else have you to say?" Just wait a minute and you'll find, Due froui bxi , ICash 9,535.05 1,81207 East Liverpool, .Ohio. bet- -' You THIRD Better out. Feburary 2, 1914, (hist season) this house sent out a letter reviewing our market. , tf,a88.U8 a Thomas Earls, lumber inspector (ash on har $72,659.24 j in pounds sold and prices obtained, doing so We als0 led any market in ter schools, better churches, better must remember we led it at McKinney and Miss Bessie. Prist, Baukinu houl homes and better roads depend upor KentQcky with a higher gen-- ral .average. We then called attntion to the fact that we had sold and fixtc 18,9G0.71 . LIABILITIES u niece of W. B. Mavnard. woreil. the other, and are inseparable. These ' .' , uuier asset; four fcrop lots a a very- hig'i price as follows : Smith & Agee 2500 pounds, at an average of nearCapital Stock $15,000 .00 united in marriage here Wednesday under an with good health are the foundation ly 20c Palmer & Lear, 24." pounds, average 16 c; Lee & Doolin, 4300 pounds, average 16c: Surplus 3,000.00 at the residence of Rev. Baugh. Thei neads : exi of peace and prosperity and Undivided Deatherage & King, 2500 pounds, average $15.75. 2;104.0J bride is a very attractive young 106-2Profits ... trillion and reach from the humblest home to the Deposits $37,323.03 hsw let us give the best sales in the. 12 days we have been open this season, Jady. greatest institution, average $13.15 ; M. B. Baker, Garrard County, 1660 pounds, Masters,' Valley "View, 2240 ponnds, within the Time Dep. 9,230.00 Total . 121,555.64 Mr. Bed House, 1790. pounds, average $15.00; Luther Kimberlain. State's borders. I shall favor any Bills Payable ..'...... 46,553.03 place. Bright Herring, of near this avoraga $13,. 00; Warner 8',Q90'.00 and Miss Mary Helm, of Mclegislation to upbuild our aencul-- t Capital stocky Dreyfus, 3380 pounds, crop, average $13.80; Tudor & Long, Newby, 1875 pounds crop average Kinney, pne ture, our roads, our schools, our $72,659.24 Baugh onwere madeMr. hy Rov. in cash"". . $13.50: S. T. Hoover, Lane ister, R. R. crop lot 1035 pounds, average $17.01 hundred: while the P50,000.00 Jan. 1st, Herring is Surplus funt R. R. sold at the following prices; 270 pounds at $25.00 per 1,160.00 lot of Schooler & Curtis, p homes, our churches and the health Gross Earnings and an young farmer, while Deposits of our peo.ple. pounds at $!0.00, 210 pounds at $25.00, 221 pounds at $14.75, 165 pounds at $18.00, sul hundred, 240 Undivided Profits $3,795.58 the bride is a very- - fine business FOURTH I shall favor th sub,- 210 ponnds at $17.00, 345 pounds at 15.00, 235 pounds at $18.75. General average $20.00. check l 1a C lady and Mr. Herring is to be conamission of a State prohibition amend-- 1 There are many others we could name Just as good. E es or gratulated on winning such a help Demand cerfc -r V ment to the voters of the CommonThese sales will qui kly stop Wildcat talk... They are not imaginary sales; write to them, of deposit! 57,395.64 2,131.14 mate. May health, wealth and hapwealtli. or better still, telephone, thorn. They will speak for themselves. We want to say that pur house 13,000.00 d:,i 158.23 piness bft their Inf: tlivminrlinnf Hin! Bills payabl v FIFTH I shall favor a work- Dividend No. has built its reputation on telling the truth. We know no other way to do business successfully. 13, life. men's compensation act. of the best markets in the country We still 8ad 'HI prices Bv doing this. we. have Total ...?....;. . . C7.121.555.64 6 percent 900.00 r Mrs. J. C. Barker has moved into SIXTH I shall favor taking as Carried to, Surplus ptWHls StM. Let 'the fellows who talk about our market res d the price we qonte to Obtainer and State of Kentucky qou'nty-- of Lin500.00 rooms rented in the ark until .spring. rapidly as practicable the labor of Carried Undivided coln, set: "We, W..L.- kcCarty and; them and weep. We can's help it. The farmer had the tobacco, we had the place to show it and She rented her property to Dr. Weci- -: the convicts in the penitentiaries out the buyers to bid on it. This is all there, is to it. Profits 106.21 ..uie, in oomersat, wno will move M. B. Salin, president and cu shier' of competition with free labor in kinl of Xmas, and to reuaehr- - that we have just a little better of the fabove named bahk,do sol- wih yon. the hap-nie- st "w dnvts. .in iay, and this we expect to see the State, and putting the convictf $3795.58 Mrs. Mollie Campbelh wh'o iia! enwiv swear th prices than theother fellows have.. gotten Mffktt strMMpr state- to" work in the construction. of.bt- ment is tru t frpm day ;to day: We tX.WCt yf wHIl M TBertayJamiary 2, when we open for Irasi- continue r. oar been at Wimore at the bedside of her knowleilge, jind ii ' TThliVla-jrs- . Evprvthihr tKat modern ideas couM suwrest we have ia our felsr. steel trr roads, and the production of Good methods, good tciliti T Mr?T. Belle ;Dunn j. juu- -i tero for some Carty, reiden mim t, eHsU: '. ire,,cnKtf 1 mvnd limAgteM for th n at ' We.thnukyoufor,m,.. , . YfMI Will find tlMW tinieos book in Hus'r'nnVilie prepar-m- " ' . . and vortonf upon, State o- -v ier. .Subscribed ' ' ,4(Kini: iv iMiT.)rexeji, vw;yvT b. !,...-- sincerely. r " larders, to rWe to .her fan1' '". ' ammi DrTr ' at.fceCrafcOrdwrdBwikilk Cdm-rjStiT.Swwwly,: ..- to produce their supplies. I Zi ft m this 6th d ""?, " -? Tarehonie. v W- - . J. L. Conway et'raed, to;iPtila del -?i mm 191.1: flfH jffSi "WMjr - &'v' NwHM I mKf0nm WI wWfcP Ki Smi T Ieve tfeey oaa be ade wl-uJi , Mv !phia. Pa... SaWid'vnw '0 $iilRr. commiBOB aw . .. 'x, 'rf.VS- ' taiiwng m this way, lead, a morel . ..!' 'i J rt Tuq to his son, Reid. Conway at; J. C. BAILEY, CuWer. gM& WftMkftl Mfe MiW'fr Jaraei? JUU -. U- J :In the State Primary, to be held iAitgust 7, 11)15, 1 shall be a candidate Tnrotin year- j. A telegr Miss Bertha Eads left Sunday tor Saturday b Skinner, er opportunity for reformation. Spears, Ky., to visit her cousin, Dr. Stonega, Va. o the SEVENTH Should the Federal . io'us illneg s o J. B. Eads for a week. Government fail to reimburse the TaaF' n, has uoaa John Spears had a very sick child taken sudden livestock owners of Kentucky for , left for Ston ater dis- more man ou per cent or tue an last week with pneumonia. better. praised value of the .livestock that L. M. Eeid and family of Mitch-- - patches are that he it was necessary to destroy in order ellsburg, spent a few day's last week' GIRLS! STOP WASHING to stamp out the dreaded foot and with relatives. ITH SOAP mouth disease, I shall favor the Mrs. Einmett McCormack, of this Slate paying the balance. This will place and Mrs. C. R. McCormack, of P.oncinn not exceed $20,000, and the destruc- Danville spent Saturday with Mrs. Soap Dries , wui'.'uiy tion of the animals was absolutely James Yowell on Danville street, lis Out Dandruff, Misses Annie and Besse Reid re Necessary to preveut the externuna-jna- n Try ime . of the turned to their home at Danville on . .. i l i fi omi State. j uecemoer zoui, hair with alter a pleasant vis- - Alter wa EIGHTH The assets of the Com- it to their aunt, Miss Black Givens. soap always Daiideriue Rev. Albert Madd ox loaded his to the -- seal J monwealth are the fertility of its te the hair -- ,BRf I w . I . GOOD PRICE - hij&j I A" wmwsMmm v. d, 1 Mmms iWKai .'' nflBBBR!ES: .rrtK ihhl; t'bb irwrnn-maiifi- ren-high- er iJflHflt ofex-perienc- ed o- of-ylt-h, . with-superi- or - -- 3-- . - "-- f !. - lHi 'HHU 2,57,0-TouHdsf- ,- I 2-- aj eB i 7- V-Pr- es. l,H r 1 1 1 2-- Madison Tobacco I "1 T" A. T" l. lmP Warehouse ' irw - p-2- A ( - - l-2- 1 . I up-to-da- te , Tle4-OTluit-k4- - Ctf-l- ( t -- - the !""."" s- g' C&1 ? M.vTi-V-rT??"rf- "' ms - . d mL Hhll - :T .?', ' -- i., .- T7 ., ,-- ,.- tn " r-T- i 1h.)ft.--- " ''--. .AiCif " .j;" .'Kt trnt1? )X,i. : !i iHnorenee, ".i- - Ml, iv THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915. begged to be allowed to use her powers out the faculty of sustained reasoning. Today Zudora tried It on the green of logical deduction. Zudora should There was little love lost between parrot but the whirling lights simply play the detective to her heart's con- Storm and Blenreith. They had clash- tumbled the bird off his perch. She tent and if she met with some terri- ed a dozen times during the past year, picked him up and revised him and v JaaBBBBBBBBBBVaBBBBBBBBW"ble accident who would be the wiser? and once or twice they had almost soon forgot all about him in the reTwenty millions in gold! come to blows. On the last day they newed Interest In the spotted collar. His hands opened and shut spasmod- came together In the courtroom just Idly she Imitated the marks with the ically. Indistinctly he heard a rustle before the noon recess. Blenreith stub of pencil. And then, as of petticoats. Hj- opened his eyes to threw discretion to the winds and hurl If the whole world had suddenly lightfind his niec&f&ygt ed a low epithet at his rival. who swift ed up, Zudora at last understood now "Uncle, dj8fcySJPlw what day ly retaliated by striking the German Blenreith had come to his death. this is?" across the face with the brief he held i When the trial began It looked very "Why, it feWkfertikjk" In his hand. bad for John Storm. The altercation "Have yo focjol&Bllhat this is my A tremendous confusion ensued, and with the decedent in court was review eighteenth mrl from her seat In the gallery Zudora j ed, the dueling challenge, their pre"Eighteenth fclrJbWBif Good heav viewed the scene with alarm. This vlous enmity, the twelve unaccounta ens, so it isw man Blenreith was an athletic bully. ble hours. In the balcony Hassam All He laid h batnpiHBier dark head. He had been In America but a few and the man Burns watched the proCopyright 1914, by Harold McGrath but he did? noffusgWKpwu into the i years, and he still held to the German ceedings with something more than youthful an'd"b?itlfo.Pface raised to- view regarding a blow in the face. normal Interest When the Jury finalward his own. 'Jl'fc flnapes unconscious He hastily scribbled a note, which he ly received the judge's Instructions ly crept lntothiJifrl!sfhair. a trifle too every one conceded that John Storm CHAPTER I. was a lost man; nothing could save r lips laid grew. The checks from the Zudora strongly for an mcuputtte gesture. twist to the corner of bis The Mystery of the Spotted Collar. were now applied wholly to the welhim from the chair. "What is 'it: sue asked, drawing her his hand on Donovan's shoulder. the side of a rugged mountain head away quickly. Suddenly up the aisle toward the fare of his niece. "How'd you get In here?" a black velvet hole yawned. The child grew. Her education be"A touch of rljeumatisui In my arm," judge's desk came a veiled woman. "Why, I walked in." said Donovan know it gives gan. She gave promise of great beauRubble lay strewn all about amiably. he said intuitively "Stop!" she cried. "It was 1 I!" ty, even in the lank and gawky age. me a twinge oii6o.iu.vpften. So you the ledges. To a layman tills Then she fainted. The judge, the you walk out again?" "Suppose Hassam Ali had begun to love gold, are eighteeni,ySr9lJljJ rubble would have explained nothing; attorneys, the reporters, the spectators. "Keep yer hair on, bub. I'm here on day 1 was to a miner it would instantly have ex- business. I'm lookin' for Mimi La the bright shining metal not in the "And you ga'ld all rose in their amazement A wo-plained the nature of the hole. Pres- Frang, 's they call her outside. She abstract but in the concrete. To touch to come intoa fprtune ' manl After the tableau came confu ently a burly man emerged from the walks tight rope." it with his fingers was transport No "That is fcueip Jlowf&uch do you sion and chaos. The jndge signed to hole, squinting. He eyed the lump of I. ? J$ the Jury to return to their chairs. do symphony of Bach's was half so fine think It Is "Well, I'm her brother. What quartz in his hand always a little, but you want with her?" as the chink-chinof the coins, the "Oh, pernaWm0X.':J8 Storm, despite the deputy sheriffs, never quite enough gold to make it eagle and the double eagle as they sBaaaaaaSMBlnaaBaaaaaBBK 91 pushed his way to the woman's side "is it Iost2 ayia asked. "So ye'er Tralnor's brother-in-law?- " worth while. The prospector flung the "No, my child. It iajjfe terrible reand swiftly raised the veil. "Trainor?" said the young man, a fell upon each other, slipping from bis quartz savagely upon the accumulating fire lighting his eyes. "Do you come hands. sponsibility 'Jrhlcfi TJSIhout to rest "Zudora,?" He turned resolutely to . From her fifteenth birthday up to upon your younsbouldrs that makes rubble and leaned disbeartenedly from him?" the judge, "Your honor, there is some against the log support to the entrance mistake. This young woman has bad "Yes. An' my message is to his her eighteenth Zudora noted a subtle me sad. TomorroVTnoYiiipg your lawchange in the manner of her uncle. yers will inform you tbatoou are oue of the mine. His grubstake was fast wife." nothing to do wit. the death of Blendwindling, and in another four days He became coldly aloof, rarely touch ux uie iicueairucu ipsca- - iu ajucuwu reith. It is utterly Impossible." "Oh! That's his kid there." moody and he would have to hike some thirty-twn of me!" "Uncle, don't in kwMjlBBrllP'jianBff BaEr9aVaVaVi "That remains to be seen, Mr. Storm. "Y' don't say so! Well, kind o' looks ed her affectionately, was miles to the nearest town for supplies. like him." taciturn. Familiar as she wa with truth. To date "I am t Return to the docket if you please!" Done! He had paid $500. every one all the paraphernalia of the mystic, Zudora something like my sister now." "But she is innocent!" "Here's In express will of of them earned at the risk of his neck, "Deputies!" called the Judge sternly. Donovan saw a slight woman o she still retained unbounded faithwas ?20,000,i for this damnable bole in the ground. pretty figure and comely features. She her uncle's powers. Indeed, he your fatb kept, quiet, so He was sorry for Storm, but duty was a hypnotist of unusual power and was that you He filled and lit his pipe and fell to betttWttrtftt duty none the less. roughly skilled in the science of medi- fortune bu: dreaming what be would do when be ou.mll marry The court was eventually cleared. wM become cines. Zudora had practiced the for a duke or struck it rich. i ImmmmmmaUmmmmM Storm was taken back to his celL HasBy and by the dreams faded and mer art until she was almost as profi- a famous ysaqyice is sam All and Burns went away togethcient as her master. It never occurred this: That realities returned. He rose kinship the bitter er. Immediately Zudora sought tne to her that her uncle's means of exist- ceases you fthear- lamely and carefully picked his way office of the district attorney, whom ",&bbBbw. ence were unethical and generally you will sa; down to the Irishman's shanty. The she found haranguing with the counsel 4&MIIN9SQBBBIMEXNVBeniBsBABaBaYsaa "aVaVaaffsfs'BavMHMBc those of a cheat Famous actresses this fortune, untwo of them shared their noon meals for the defense. and society women visited him, and bearable for on pleasant days. ?Ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbk "If 1 cuu convince you two gentlealaaaaW not a few notable bankers and finanZudora Ran Over to the Dead Man. "How's she comin'7' "I'll g laniaAVMtmaMb' ,that7 she. said '. men, will that be sufficient?" she asked. ". ?. ciers came to hlra for advice. But the eagerly. ImSMSMSMSXBBv "Same old story," answered Tralnor, "It will," affirmed the district at..jiff general public held Hassam AH In tolshoved toward Storm. The latter read erstwhile strong man of the Eclipse "When! ... d l ? anm it, Bhruggcd and nodded affirmatively. torney. "But why can't you give us erant contempt and the police with no of mone, circus. rtnetforneys, now?" be little suspicion. and they "Well, well; it's peggln' away thaf. Qtot'the, no-- All might have gone well but for th the man's namename now asked. spoil "To tell his would The inner shrine of this equivocal toriety, ttMWWWmWmer. brings It. I got a lump t'day that the broken fact that an enterprising reporter ; found the discarded temple was draped with black velvet down nob made a everything. ' declared Zudora. "I have note and ietrjolk!" don't look so bad. I should say that &. aasF??f(39MBnP& and there were secret doors about .she'll run fifteen th ton. I guess them " " She lau turwHe was great scoop for his paper. Blenreith no evidence at this moment that would flp.vV' l&iiaaaBat Hif which even Zudora knew nothing. right If wildcatters are th' chaps that make th Viand com- bad challenged Storm to a duel, and hold in law. but I'll guarantee to place WMMMMMm "'' 'JHSiM , There was the Inevitable dais and be- fort she rxiasasasasaBSB itsXBiie away the latter had hotly agreed, despite it In your hands before midnight You real spondulix widders an' clerks an' mm- s fore this a huge crystal globe In which from the p the fact that he knew nothing of two will come secretly to my house, childer." V WM m m Hassam All saw the past and the fuswords and was a very indifferent pis and 1 will secrete you behind some cur "Zudora, leasant fancy In Tralnor's life there had been but 1 & w& i "j. tains, and there you will hear the evt- - j ture as revealed by his victim. It you must euirely out tol shot. trifling monotonies. He had been a was easy to draw the past, and it was of your mini And Hassam Ali found a way to dls dence from the man's own lips." Bailor in the south seas, a lumberjack A.2W a r '7 J not difficult to draw the future. The "Very well." said the district attorpose of John Storm. zmm-V- t In the north, a cowpuncher, a fireman Aim wuai is l ii: ivnui; luuwjr aui ,,jun ji.muj.; r ui uii ATi.T(a..7 c it And Zudora thought she had found n ney. "But I warn you that any kind future in this globe was nearly always vlByi0 e on a north Atlantic liner. He had what the victim wished; hence 4 tpS thMt"rrn hntro liiliniBtil' flVtVi anm way to save him. She found him Iu of oriental mummery will not pass as come from a poor but respectable Ohio popularity of Hassam All, late of &? ijfejmoaey, you 4jstilBJiiider my the cellar, bravely trying to hit a bulls evidence." His father nor his grandfafamily. Eclipse circus, faker and card sb eye target It would have been laugh &rlanhip for t$ee,yeafs "Do you see this pencil?" she asked, ther had ever stepped over the state chief of a band of most clever and boundary lines. But in him there was fTWhat. Zudora would hav.e replied to able under any other circumstance. He exhibiting a stub. genious criminals. And Zudora w;Esl .JtflUtJ halfVeiled demand will never be was not to be swerved, however. And "Yes." a reversion to the type of pioneer who " mitt .i i im rinl.. ii dered in and out of this Iniquitous? ' when she threatened him with the po established the Trainor family A Huge Crystal Globe In Which Has-sa"It is the one. It is green. Indelible, iad maze as a wild dove might have flow ierv."(ha' John Storm hilnseff was lice he laughed. He knew the jrolice pot a common, everyday pencil. The He when Ohio was a wilderness. FuAli Saw the Past and the over pestilential swamp, untouched ahered!(inxo the roomv anssam All of old. They would refuse to take the criminal held this stub in his hand could not settle down; he must be on ture. and unknown. abiiedJ,jSsliy, but th gdrlfsprang to affair seriously Storm laid down hN while strangling Bienreith. Why none continually, and when at the move As the miser grew stronger In Has- revolver and took a drink of water of us shall know unless heme be made length he Joined the circus he found came through the flap which separated yj&gM? V sam All the evil thought previously rrn trier 49 ''cdftA nclr1 Then he picked up the revolver and to tell." that roaming, uncertain life much to the women s dressing tent from the At 9 o'clock a man entered the myshis fancy. There he had met lliml men's. She looked a bit tired and care-- I referred to became more and more in i. iciy cn. I uuAisicr,uti iiiu began pegging away. Unobserved, she drugged the drinking vater Then tic room. He looked puzzled. Keene, known on the handbills (for worn. The old miner, having had but sistent Zudora must die. When he out'flgalnst Blenreith.fjjJxlJ would bo no duel that night lithographs were far beyond the reach little to do with women folk, was not faced this inevitability for the first "You wished to see me?" he said to &4.m&l& "He hates you.' is no thins The next morning Bienreith was Zudora. of this circus) as Alimi La France. able to discern under the richly yellow time he was genuinely horrified. He "No doubt of it was her uncle; her mother had been better than to stic world renowned tight rope walker, i glare of the lamps the air of zM my found dead in his library, strangled "Yes. Please sit down. Mr. Burns." .,. as it might seem, these tion which marked Miml Tralnor as his sister; the girl was his flesh and back." and John Storm, in a dazed condition Above, unbeknown to either, the disheveled, was arrested on the street deep lined face of Hassam All appeartwo loved each other fondly, and one different from her kind. The Keene blood. But the constant recurrence Hassam Ali's eyes r. charged with murder day the lust to wander died In the i family had come from good stock, but of an evil desire gradually lessens the Idea bad come to hi ed. In his hand he held a revolver f ... . Hassam Ali, in his capacity of crlm with a Maxim silencer. As has bevn man's heart, and he wanted a roof na(i fallen in evil days. She ran in abhorrence of it Today In Hassam "Mr. Keene," said uuueniy. Ali's mind there remained no shred? "I know I have niy wa i to "Ol ake. but inal Investigator, accompanied by Zu said, the mystic room posess'-- a doz over his head, children about nis Knee ; stantly to the babv. of compunction, only a desire to ac- I can assure vou and money in his purse. When the give Zu- - dora. entered with the police the scene en secret exits. From his upper ose "Here's a man from John. Mimi." complish the deed without In anj dora all the material )1Pi'tt' .she has of the crime. opportunity to go bunting for gold said the brother carelessly. it was Hassam Ali's habit tc take stock directing suspicion toward came be hesitated not an instant "Well, my child." said he. "here Is of his victims before meeting them y wife.' The young woman rushed over to manner known.. I want Zufwr&jf He had been hammering away at the Donovan and began shaking his hands him. So to this one object ho now "It Is Impossiblei'litollM Hassam your first case. Let us see If you can personally. He waited. ?wi a. i.ik,, grim, unyielding rocks for eight How was her man? Had be struck it turned the brilliant powers of bis handle It" Zudora. having a double Zudora began to ask aimless quesah o.Tt"faLM.1 evil mind. Zudora must die. months, making only such trips to rich? Did be want her to quit and go Incentive, ran over to the dead man tions. Burns eyed ber restlessly. Sud "Impossible!" echoed thi younj But how? town as were necessary for food. Per to him? On the floor she found a scarfpin. denly she sprang the trap. She held people. In a few days she would be eighteen haps the rubble extracted represented some small change, and she noticed up the peuciL yyi'x Donovan began to swallow with difa thousand dollars, perhaps less. He ficulty. How was he going to tell her? On that day she would become enor 'Inii.usuiui:,, wiiu; KTvWUiBluut:s3 that his collar,hung by the rear button "This Is yours. 1 saw you writing the first plac QJTiL&waat-- Ittdora's mously rich. He must rid himself of was discouraged. She hurriedly wrapped these three ar with it It fell to the floor, where I He wanted to run away. He could guardian until sb One day he staggered out into the now readily understand why Trainor her before she had time to appreciate Therefore I do not JrmHMPB JBDal t she tides In her handkerchief. The pecul found it It Is the same pencil th.it brilliant sunshine. A lump of quartz had always talked of Mimi, Mimi, what the power of money meant But shall throw herself Iar green spots on this collar had marked the collar of Bienreith in hi? was clutched tightly In his hand. Mimi. until his Celtic ears had tired of how? In what subtle, cunning man nary lawyer." aroused her curiosity. death struggles." "was very unhappy. The drug When be grew accustomed to the daz- the name. She was a good wife and a Burns jumped to his feet Zudora She "Sir," said Storm, zling light he turned the stone over good mother for all that she was a she had given her lover had not put did likewise, throwing on the power i Ike the tone you use. " and over, his heart beating as it bad n1rriia nurfnrmpr. And hpri he was. merely sent him "Indeed! Youug man, I ami not only him to sleep. It had never beaten before. There were veins aimine to break her heart! Still, thre' vu x aav rBBasscsHBaasaaaaaBB ner guardian, but I am also (her flesh wandering about the streets through jSBBBBVVJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM bb In it broad flakes of it gold. gold, was a bit of cynicism in his mak out the uight in a tauk state of mind 1 do nojt propose mil blood uncle, and 1 MSSKI'lBaffUafc-Z- H gold! He would not be able to account for The new fortune might console he that she shall bungle her future by a his time, und she might plead in vain rmJaVSHroiaLwVflB'sfllBrHIH "Donovan! Donovan!" he cried. On the contrary ' ; ' flSSEraSSgffirj But It did not marriage to ' iaBafaaak. The old Irish prospector came out of when, half an bonr after learning of L&. she had given him a sleeping po mkla Zu that Dillons. Not a won '"'""Bia bis bole, blinking. to keep bim in his house until all tion the death of the man she' loved, she oment and chance to fight Blenreith was gone. lora though "I've got it! I've got It!" mounted the wire, a vertigo seized her oncluded I rahiiMiMMa wise to say Donovan snatched the quartz from she lost her balance and fell, and bj Several days passed. Storm moped Mothlng to h she had thl in his cell. Truth to tell, be wasn't the hand of his friend. afavaYaaW .YbYbYbI faafaYaafB men bad laid away the time ortune unde WKMtvi "Holy Virgin! Ye've struck it! If the top the he hadn't killed his enemy sure big she was dead. MaavavaV JnaVaS er to marry Fromthat moment Zudora left him "aa"W"aMfSgBjaaaaaaaaaMB43aQaaa "What If 1 It's all like that yere a rich man. the t .StVlMBBlSBlISki For the first time in his wandering, BBBBBaVWlJBBaBBBBBBBai .my one else?t hTjiTHE i y. 1 Man, man, there's a hundred dollars until be found himself in jail he could futile life Frank Keene felt his throat All ome. come. remember nothing. Hassam When she told In that lump alone!" 1 'vV unbidden moisture fill his sPaJl h get over bim what she bad done be smiled and oe sensible. Trainor collapsed on a pile of worth- contract and a fashion he had loved ffaBaaaBaaaB&MHSsT aBBaBaVaVal eyes. After this foolish ided w&mm request that forgave her. less rubble and laid bis bead on his his clean minded, loyal little sister, and 1 Mr. Storm cease fWfMK1lli, e." "But you got me into a pretty pickle, firms. He had done it all in these few now she was gone. leaving him with a "Very well, s! riwaiaXari rm angrily little girl, and you'll have to get me months. He was rich, rich! And all I JCl. "aSBaW baby on his hands, more adept in dealJBWijB shall see Zu out of it" BBBBBBBBP''SlBBBCSr-'But I vwarn bis dreams were going to come true! of the deck than ing from the bottom he Is kind dorn outside Mfttte a BBBuSSBBB&AflBBrj& KSSBSvasBBBBSnBBs "l will." The Irishman gazed down at him rue- from the top. pnnniTh tn nprniitfnifM''Oiwi(f pvpnlns? ' fully, but philosophically. Xhe marks on the collar were pencil BCPHsnlilafhOBaBBaBBl "How much is the mine worth?" he Storm sent eudrafcasrfrinR smile marks, and they bothered her. Often "An' me that's been prospectin' twen -asked when the simple funeral was is ne leit uie rot'itKir, ty years an' ain't hit my pile yet! over. she dung the collar vehemently from R1e you against her. but she always went back to l:. in tfie What af Well, God bless ye. man. I'm glad ye BaasaBBaBBalaaHi2c JBaaaw wftderedly. "Lord knows." said Donovan. "But fobn?" cried l One day she found something on the got it An' now let's go take a look." BBBBBBBaflBSjBBBJBjBBSaBBBBa biggest strike In twenty years. It's th' tyou support floor In the library. At that moment "I do not pro LJke all men who suddenly stumble But it's goin' to be tied up till this lit- - i ijfamely. VrESitaaBBCMBsSBV i fortune hunt she attached na significance to the upon a virgin fortune. Trainor instanteighteen. Don't you worry. :1a red with find. "That's nonite ly began to plan how to protect it He tie chick's though. Th' lawyers "11 see to that when be spirit "John Zigzag pencil lines on the collar-h- ow bad some bank attorneys draw up pa yeLglt enough take care o' th'itchild "Yes, I 'killed hirn. out another" of me." strikina the German Across the. Face, says be Is able.1 had they come there? Before the pers leaving the mine to his wife, in an all lly It Is my rime? That was not quite pos.sible. "Still I forbid cjbe of her death to bis child, to her eddicate 4tthe namethat" mine?" whirh p hr smkJ lt.ptiw in motion. j ner of the "Whaf s that would make It Impossible for rlcht" was subtly understood The German had been scrupulously Burn irun lv w:iy imt could husband. It "Same as the kiddle's Zudora." the law to trace the deed to bim? And inot trade neat in his attire. She invariably not Suddenly h i "But 'I love Keene, should earned arm began the brother-in-la.that The two separated, never to meet there was another obstacle rising slow nlm for the grea ChristenBought what was known :i- - Hie" mys- to glOtfl never be able to touch It These west-er- again. jy, but surely and formidably, over the dom. and if I bim I'll tic room when coiitiouteU by any se I killed him! But another" bank attorneys were simple and The years passed. Keene dabbled in horizon love. Youth and the neces marry bo oe.' stopped, choked, made a spring rious problem. No votind ever reached He honest men. all manner of shady trades' and finally ulty of love, these menaced the plans Hassam All. ap- - ibere. A green parrot swung on a for the violet light and received the "Well, well," Before he bad time to write to his set up as a Hindu mystic, a swamL u Hassam AIL He bad tolerated thin narently relentln "If you take such perch He was very old and was full charge of electricity. There was wife Tralnor was killed by a prema- He told fortunes, did crystal gazing, keen eyed, clean lived young lawyer, a stand I'll compromised loiibtless the repository of many a a terrifflc flash, and Burns stumbled ture explosion.' He was buried under resurrected souls and. as a.byprodact John Storm, because he had In a way Sbegased afhim eagerly. Once he muttered. and fell at Zuuora's feet The attorstrange secret the rubble hie own hands had., torn played detectivewlth more or less sue- - rettered him of the trial of finding en "Solve my next twenty cases and you "Let's get him!"' Zudora thought this neys rushed In from behind the curfrom the mountain's side, and the kind- cess. He 'rarely practiced this latter te'rtainment for Zudera. ' The .time bad caa marry him; fail in any single case rather odd and began quizzing the old tains. But Burns was dead. ly Donovan started oat to lad the game except among .his favored gulls, come for Storm to be sent about hl lira." and yea mt bird But he refused to speak further Hassam Ali withdrew lJs tfsd like Eclipse circus, ly, even joyv" ' Zudora it was 'a simple matter to lastract business. Near the dais Rtood,amecbanical af a cobra that had coaeMdea aot te The caravan was at that time 280 some of his confederates to rob certain i .One aJfcbUwhlle be was dreamlaa. opdy. For, ibe had been fair contrured sjmetbls; after the' strike- - He had lest a tool whs. perstiles to the south, abeat te turn in of his dleats. It was equally a staple oyer the pest nwryeHof rer. the seised wkh iplay Hied manner of a tpln Wheel. It eoasisted' haps, had kaevra toe sMch. Bat tbe fer the wiater But DoMvaa found saatter. to, recover the stolea objects - strange crest cynicism wMea.ever tscOre, and v mtmn',MmTt nt 'tw. tube of Ttlass, wnlci featicaat fact mmslsus that Jehu By aietaae he aaitted Isto the fer ia writable reward. K lay Ms sense, of saw I obllf(atlea. Has rfttsd that lo0ral de in ojUHMlte directlo, filled with Iters wMstttl ! his way. .IBM's aroMia' twit, ''A jnmj'' srw kiscwy-'- " xuasra was tessr OVCttSBi ally banaig.kaewB-tth efJt as a 6rlIllNMl UHraHiNt .Tktfet Hsjht Tbl ease.. Aa4Zsaraba4weahst with abrewi 4rk eyai Mi a 'ATTs SWA,, la fectiTS wsrh.a4 hsJi efteu east AM, aa4r that bsbm Mi Htl( IHTFtKIVB Wf) 1 i - ARE YOU INTERESTED OF COURSE YOU ARE ? sheKpN: 1 I I A Great Mystic Story by Harold McGrath ON mmmmWmmAimr M r&t k E.HaWlB'1 Go to the Opera House WEDNESDAY, o hm -- I PL ,. - -- EBBhh HHal m aiaft JANUARY 13. bbbbtc- and see how closely the pic r 3 'LaB l Tq - YaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaL h Kb! p J 4.1 A 1 A tures folio v this i i i story. - t'r--"- ft l.-- nf I ni &$, distlnc-Remarkab- le m - By All Means ! See the First -- R?i. m ly Chapter . '!$ rf 9amtH e. Buy a Season Ticket. Booklet from some member of the Woman's Club J ;?. s- oliiliiRnnlH tlfc' mm?m ' '11 - BI---aKHB- Kitfk JV Jit HiHB'sJaF'LMrBl aaaMBaaaaagVg!a s aaWMIssst f aattaaaai ir ;ii 9?PirisH J K-- ik m-- or at the Box Office; - a "is. -- - ADMISSION -- -- 10c ft 15 t PFxk t e a4 tat v. - r 1, i I J! r ' I v i .- - f " - 4 ' i L r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY,' JANUARY 8, 1915. iome Affairs Play Prominent Part In Life of Beckham Graceful Wife and Two Bright Children 17 New features in the 1915 Maxwell The biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1,000. Powerful, fast, silent ard smooth running. A superb, fully equipped, real family automobile. A car with a re&i high tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand drive, center tires on rear, control, anti-ski- d in fact it has i OF IMPORTANCE TO YOU. In order to conform to the requirements of the New Banking Law, and recent rulings of Adorn JL. 40jHPJPPJPPJpBPHf' that Department, we will not be permitted to pay any overdrafts after February 1, 1915. For this reason checks can not be paid after that date unless there are sufficient funds to meet them. sgjpjj HIBk v IsssssssssssssssssIbssubbk s? n?''' j v ing in the new 1915 Maxwell. Holds the road at 50 miles an hoar. With Electric Starter and Electric Lights $55 extra. Practically all the high priced features of high' priced cars. Come and let us take you rid- Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, Ky. vicinity seemed to enjoy the lurge snow tl,at feI1 l'untniasfj- - .1 nura-ilre- n, Mr. ami Mrs. Allen Hart and chil- -' ' ot" oi Hood Kier, Oregon, arc ber Ir- tliom went s,lcii;h ritlmu . - Alonzo Padgett is our ll. the guests of her father, G. A. Cald-- j ' lisnt at tlii place now. ' lr- - El,ene Wall taught school Mr aid Mrs. W. R. Singleton at-- j school ior Proi". E. G. Gilliland tended the burial of their niece, Mrs Lillie Singleton, near Eubank. ai,t weck Singleton, liuu k's- - J Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dumas were' spent Christmas, day with Mr. and in Lexington recently. Mis Esta Johnson is on the sick Mrs- - JombIi Singleton. Florence Morgan visited hue, l J&t. the'Parw,u eently. My. J. S. Dumas is working in depot while 11. L. Dumas takes his' 3Ir. Charlie Dye wa- - in Wayuus-vw:iin- n burg last week. Mr. Epsom Singleton of Argenta, BR0UGHT0NT0WN 111., is visiting hid mother, Mr. A. Singleton. We arc havinir real cold w";ttuGr. Mr. Elmer Smith of Ludlow, i'now. visiting hi1-- , brother, Dean Smith. r,. Tom Smith wab the irueat oc, " jfr. Albert Caldwell of Cincinnati,1 i .,i.,w q.;i, J. . V1UM it, JwfcJ Ullllilt G. A. Caldwell. Tisitcd his father, iIr Gtne Brown aml wiro alUllt Mrs. J II. Acton has been ill but : x,,,.,., with hk Kith-- . Mr fie.,rW is better at this writing. 1;rown near Brand " v. i : air. W. A. Drown of Bee Lick, wnrf A Test for Lrver Complaint lthe l!tM of hU Si,teiWUr5. Swu Mentally UnhappyPhysically Dull smith Sunday. Mr. W. S. Delaney i visiting' M r. The Liver, sluggish and inactive, firt shows itself in a mental state J"" Kvown this week. very low at Mr. John Turner is unhappy and critical. Never' is I tins writing. there joy m livng, as when the Mr. Andy Turner and lr. Frank Stomach and Liver are doing Itheir active) and ; Smith had a nice fox chase Xjjws work. Keep your Liver ' x a loo-- e ni healthy by using Dr. King's New j day- - They turned a , store, lltey lnui Brown Life Pills; they empty the Boweh Stomach, i;iire j dogs after it and succeeded in catclf- - ;. froclv, tone up your your Constipation and purify 'the ji"? it in abont a half hour. They 'iilood. 23e. at Dnnrurist- -. linckk'nV, hae another one that they ri!i;,leC . loose soon. j :Vrnica Salve excellent for Piles. Mr. Tusco Denny of IIliiioh-:-j. i his brother, Mr. Walter Dun" ETNA J. C. Whccldon old to Mis. J. W. ny this week. Mr Williatn Weaver is Iniihlingj'u Mercer, one tire ed hog that weighetl :- new house vnjy pound at eight cnts a pound. ifer"-- Slim"tli..rn mdd ti M 'V J. P. Little Otilla Smith, who-g- i't badly burned, is better at th Yauiht'two diessed lings at seven ! writing. and a half cents a iound. M"r. II. C. Chappel of tliis place, Cuitis Prather lot a nice mare a has moved back to his home place at short time npo. We i egret veiy much Kphesus church. to hear of his loss j Mr. John Cummins bought the MrsCMairirie Todd is very sick at i.. ... it i, recemij wicaieu t... mi. ii n. J WAYNESBURG mcr-Ave- ! I J -- H. C. Carpenter, Stanford, Ky. At Lincoln County National Bank. i. u . ,.,., V J fis:sr-N- . i I AJm )&. A. sasssssssssssBsstfiiilflii iKEab jrr v W'-si,- ' - fP!vc ' v . x, iv 'iv nrvy -v- - v 1 i jv.N and oa short notice,, call at the I. Offi. taoferd, Ky. f.j- - of the high and clear. The full record of the settle ;)i place he ment of the gubernatorial contest was hree years fpreservedr- - Tin ough it all he held his sid". RICHMOND, KY. xv., political in perfect obedience to the laws and set y rf lie vas an example to his followers that did mucn . yet is Kentucky's ounRet statesman f A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS 1 k v1 uck In 1S9S, to bring order out of chaos. When he piomineiK-ethe state he i Throushout Courses lending to Elementary, Intermediate and Life his twentj- - could do so he reassembled the legislaknon'i as a statesman, but in the capital State Certificates. Valid in alt Public Schools of Kenie was noim-- f ture at the scat of government and prohe is known as a splendid citizen and Coun-es- . tucky. Special Courses aud Review Tuition his county ceeded intelligently with the business vf Hip:ood neignbor. modest, but attracFree to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new so of the gen-th- e the state. So well did he handle the reins tive, evidence is in South Frankfort. His model school, new manual training building, practice j oungest of government during these stormy times, family consists of his wife, who was -- chool. department of agriculture, a well equipped mg this service that the Democrats of the state made a daughter, Jean Fiujua of Owenslmio, pvmnaiuni. Domestic Science. First Term begins and It looked him their nominee to till out the unexpirMisfc Eleanoi, aged thhteen, and a September 7. Second Term November 1G, Third Term would be cut ed term of Goebel in the executive chair nine. The entne famCrejipa, Jr. 23, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens January w Jlex co foi the The Hepublieans put forth a most formidily are soe.al faoiites. The younRstei-. cRAUBE, President. . June 14, Catalogue Fre. j. is so nearly able candidate in the peison of John "W. are popular, and the lawn at the Beckham returned to Veikes, a man of national reputation, who pla ground for the children home is the is physician had held himself aloof from the recent They attend the in the neinhboihood. legislatuie, political tiouhle. It was a national ear, public sihools. Mrs. Beckham is a young as a mem- - Bran and McKinley being the candjdates, woman of splendid domestic attainments. n who hail and the race was one of the most hotly She is an ideal wife, whoe thoughts and , died contested held in the state in years. energies aie devoted to her home, chilh of olllce. Beckham won hj 3,700 majority. shortly after dren, husband, famil, neighbors and the the lemo- - Two weeks after the election, at the newly. She is a haid worker Iv the His death took ears, the oung governnst critical age of thirty-on- e King's Daughters' circle, which conducts crats of the asauiocked in nor was united in mairiage to Miss Jean hospital in Frankfort, and in other time, when th the candidates Fuitua of Owensboro. They occupied the the ftletlion u charitable and teligious causes. .V. (Jodfre. state executive mansion for the seven Those who know Governor Beckham being Joe Bla 51date. Tlie etrs following, he beintJ in best are well aware that his chief interest Hunter, the H le. but one liHkJ for a full term of four year. As govand greatest pleasure lie in his home. death of Wi's metlilng ot ernor he did much to allay feeling which There he spends practically all his leisure old state senat this writing. d as a had been stirred up during the 1500 politfigure at the an independent hours. He is not a familiar m n Mr. Howard, Todd and family ical troubles, winning the strong friendlocal club, in the lobby of the hotels or, puoiK n, urciPL.Hi , that .in . The Pe0Pe of this place ni very . Jit to Washing- - ship of Republicans who had bitterly opshould indeed, any other place where men are nominee Illinois, are in this part accustomed to congiegate in the evenings. ton across the f n Kentucky legis- posed him. He was governor of the " plensc.1 with their new mail moved Mrs. Granville Sowder.wou,J wait whole people,, and no trace of political He makes It an almost unbroken habit lator and annonce(j that lne . J.ew time trtt. tlf. pniocrats to fill feeling ever was displayed in the goverfrom th Stenrn nnmertv to to spend his evenings at home. The well a Hmiu-the vacano. w.',thout Beclc,ara aiat"v- - nor's olllce during the years that followed lighted study of the BecSMiam residence Is house on John George's place. on the first lloor front. There the passer- ing for the place. hi iwin,A pcopie quichij the political strife. During his incumbenMasons" Weetinc wa me cy he cleared the state of debts totaling by may see Governor Beckham early or leached the tohjj.i Lincoln Lodge No. 60 F. a A. il.. mtf"t in d ial neatly $J,0O),0X) without increasing the late on almost any evening at his dfesk man to fill Wilsf,n PLEASANT POINT Hb& bbssssssssssssbbbbbebbssssssssssssssssssssbsssssbsw ttated communication oa each firs and third ? his tix lale. and passed the office to his JCiiv. vrf 4kBBwi55taMi2BMcvH or in his reading chair. Books and writ- tion was hitrriej) c OX), and Republican oppr,( with a million in the public treas"Brown has returned I Monday nights ot each moathat rtipciciia-ifGeneral ing enter very largely into the life of the capita' ury. He collected for the state from the V Hall on Main Heet. Stantorl. KysXleaiTpltt out t, ... senator elect. But the study scene is not he started publican national over ?l,300.o00 war to rvipulpa, Okla, after spending Iralernally ttrtri t0 b, always a solitary one. Two childien of before the hour jj to have debt. The new capitol was begun and few weeks with his parents. 'ureienL more than ordinary attraetheness and senators for the "Vizp ivacticaHy completed under Ids direction, promise bless this home. They may be its vacant seat till Miss Elizabeth Dye of Dahiville. it look-- . ind a home was established in the state A railroad wrec! seen from time to time in the study, and In the for Confederate soldiers. K23QH has be 2ii the recent guest of her mothe attitude of parent and children sug- ed as if the Demp " wintci BkSMi One of the most notable features of the ther. gests that lessons are being heard or that most inclement w e rrom Beckham administration of affairs In the story hour is at hand. Governor Beck-hy- Beckham set ou Graces Mis Mr. Charles Brown. ta'ice of Kentucky was the enforcement of the although a young man. Is an old Bai dstown for F: 16,000,000 changed Sunday laws and the promotion of temmile-fushioned father. He counts it his privi- ! sixty-fiv- e Walls, Mr. Willie Sweeney, Miss capital perance and regulation of the liquor trafflege and duty to personally supervje three times, and Ethel llogue, Mr. Eugene Bunch day t li ic. Until iie had an opportunity to apthose things that make for the Christian at 3 o'clock In the as to be point a mayor of Louisville, in 1D07. savisiteJ Mr. and Mrs. Alva Morgan. character and physical well being of his balloting in the se remain-ioran wide open on the Sabbath loon tesumeJ. The ren.' children. Mr. E. G. Gilliland is very ick ri - With the appointment of Robeit "Worth ed unbroken for Mrs. Beckham possesses to a high ind the Bingham as mayor they closed and have" at this writing. suiting in an exti.v all those gifts and graces which one mile's, gh thr so continued ever since. Through further associates with successful election of "William Quiitc a number of of our young AT.T.KN "37" SS93 ', then extensions of the county Unit local option romemaking. This fact is not to be for opposition of Will DEVLfcR in eaT the cntertairment WE WANT a the Ke laws he incurred the enmity of the liquor people attended gotten when one asks why the senator governor of the st . town in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory In W.I publican nominee. people and through taxation laws the HI seldom leaves home after the evening at Mfc. M"oriah Christinas eve. jfarm, Mrsinia, Soutl.etn Indiana and entire StJe rned t will of the whisky rectifiers. Before his The Nelson count mal. Kentutky to tale on our line of LEJV1S, itti-an- d Mr. E. J H gue and Mr. WesSELL Rood attained 'crm as governor had closed he was nomA normal, wholesome. Christian home. the lower houe in Our METZ automobiles. that he inated by the Democrats of the state-- la ley Bastiu made a business trip to satisfy the owners, and jou iiialce MONr.Y. tlssed by health, hope and happiness. such prominence one at W03. Tins w a gol chance o he was a pi imary election for the office of United feT5 up: rtt untouched by sorrow, unspoiled by was made speaker. Cas-ecounty last "week. r: to take en r ...i.iihi Antn young- - States senator, defeating James B. Mcvealth and dominated by the highest but twenij eight y Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sfiiith spent In Ken- - creary for that honor. In thoe days tha irfeals such Is the home of the junior sen est man ever giv tucky. As presid Zv'-man- ; ttracted state legislature had the final say. and. Sunday with Mr. ' and Mrs. G. W. !F"L5 buMne." Writ,- ator. to-da-y. mocratic although there was a clear Democrat!-majoritNo new member of the next senate will much attention, s to the Factory Represtnia- Leach year he cosirANY, a-in that body, he was defeated take his seat better informed or better state convention Aitenant through the machinations of the whisky equipped for the work ahead of the Dem- was chosen for th Most of the young people in this J inth St'm't Cincinnati! o v'0- governor, as the of the md brewery Interests, who drew away ocratic administration than this ed the from him four men who had been ejected who is first a student, with a late William Goeb y sine as Democrats and pledged to his support wide knowledge of public affairs and most exciting peri & vas car- - as the party nominee. in closely in sympathy and in touch with the civil war. Th INCORPORATED Goebel Senator Elect Beckham is not unknown ried before the g' the prtsideut and his secretary of state. Ii ted gov- - in the national councils of the DemoFor a man of his years Senator Elect was declared to IW assassin cratic party. In the national conventions Beckham is a young man and has had a ernor and was te capl- - of 1904, lf03 and 1912 he was a delegate at BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. rather remaikable career in the public almost at the e candl- - large from' the state of Kentucky, and in life of his state. Born Aug: 5, ISO, the tol. AV. L. Ta sta Wished each convention represented his state on son; of "William X. and Julia Wlckllffe date for the ; ded by a trie committee on resolutions of the conBeckham, he comes of a family that has himself in the YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE L J. Dink Wilkinson, W te guard, vention, helping to draft the national plattrtjuii .fl iiiiiuidiL til attauo ui nit; cviui.ii. regiment of th ith Beck- - form of the party. He has thus been His, mother was the youngest daughter and the Demoqi F. A Land. oftlces at cloely associated with Mr. Bryan, w'th j of Governor Charles A. Wlckllffe, who ham at their head, open THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. I also held the portfolio of postmaster gen- - the Capita? hotel for the transaction of. whom he-- has stumped Kentucky in j11 Compounded according to the Original &- If you want poster. eral in the cabinet of President Tyler. the business of the commonwealth, where of the campaigns Blnce 1896. He was - a A Recipes of fgxfuAi Whiter .Liberty, Ky. they were surrounded by a portion, ot the Wilson adherent when It was unpop'... w. If you want billheads, "tI.TTat irnt)ifii" TJftfor AVtrttfllfTai wn a 0T1V .T T. K oon, !a8 r for the trttoitdenl OJ auO manUTSClureS UeaierS in emer of the state of Louisiana. She was, state guard loyal to the'r side of the con- to be on that side in Kentucky, owing ic Jf 3'ou want programs, of human ailment. Endoraad in. tha Bible ' the daughter, the sister and the troversy. The Democratic majority of the the candidacy of a former Kentucklan. All kinds of rough and dressed .lorn- - ftltther' 0'f mm who held the first office general assembly was prevented by Thouoanaa of Testimonials. Champ Clark, and rendered valuable serv H you want envelopes. tae mcetingat the capita), and. driv- Ice to the New Jersey man at the BaltiBodj-Toa- ic the Kift of :the people 6t their fl ber, moulding and easine If you want noteheads. ICIiaroa fOPI, for the Hh-mCSAIUE WHITE JWWf Great Washington he. will en through the, streeJfc by his guardsmen, more convention. At Skin Only. Ask dm jgist, or writ Jf you want statements, kinds, ceiling, flooring and sidinc;Vjii to prevept thek-- meeting ehsewhere. The not be. found In the scramble (or political en the subjett f this sketch w pie, but In the conmltte reonw im een ere boy.1 Owing to 'this he got no adjjata'nrgeneraLfeVfH threatened, to job printing of any de- - all grades, If you want oy m year at t the room C ,tW 4tarGoell should ferenew wjiere 'affair WHITE-MOO- N tnan nui Sej&d us your orderefor UHjBtpfi senption done in the very best style "Uhlvertky 0ofneore feeing w)mb amlled MaM-tA- ' are warn f& vSi-'T- !T6TEiv(bRk yX -- i:3 EXATOU KLKC'T J. C W. BECK- HAM of Frankfort, the tirst senator to be elected bv tbe people for a legular term from Kentucky. nee1s no introduction to the people of this htute. He has been In public life forbears, . s 1 Mi--- s atd s manage the farn ies, however, wi teen he was m school of Ids h occupied foi tl During this ti economy and ..Omitted to tl and on his hir fourth, be ng nated b th for a seat in asseml member of ti his l.ia th b as if nis politica short. He we: climate, and w rector el to he Kentucky. On he dvi lined was destin ber of that bod been given the nt-lQ- 1 at at nine young governor to keep the record straight his stud-- I of the majority was kept intact by the Jit LV jJ ( -- tmm (SBVH V efu-ed- rr nnaw gve JHt -- im i. !Pne ofinPP- ...i - a.aiiif elec-ute- 5c suc-cesv- or Bridging the distance 'twixt you and "anywhere." tr .j ij - j H u, Dealers Wanted miles of The Bell Telephone, with its wire, brings millions of people within earshot of . your voice. n, Many thousand of them, living within fifty or a can be reached for a small toll charge. hundred Are you making use of this yast bridge on your in your home or in your business. There's a profit of time, money or convenience for you in the Bell Telephone if you will use it. Grasp the Opportunity! Call or write the manager CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY de-gi- ee witle-auat- e I -- I y ((D) v'X ti.Snir.'ias al-- "r '"' JZZ&&lMt r I Vs Ken-tuckia- n. - Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES formula. OOM-CEL-SA- Cp Vf .- " u v o-a- Ex-oluai-ve - . ... r. Tay-lor'fro- m Jt, yor aa in-va- 4e t ?liNrR , Mrs. CHARLIE " .? s i' - 4 n&ras&ei. iA3ihtr4Vji J 'sad fraraing. Prices' amIiiitJiBlla i. 'to" .V Y Jijt-SSViv- 4- ' t.l '" .. "r f - - V A -- 3 --Arf r ! t- - i ."" " V t tjhr 'a'.'lif. T ,n .rt'-fV,x- ,ir r i- - fj: V ,,V -- r' ''Jltt . i 5" H n L s1' J ?.! f' f U ' '1 U "ji ...t 5 . . 1 . if.' r ji ' v ' V fcjyv . H." -- tjCi-fcrJ 'S J EIGHT PAGES TODAY. Established I860 STANFORD 55th Year No. 3. i HE CRAB ORCHARD - Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky '"Hriday, December 8, 1915. rjss READ ZUDORA IN THIS ISSUE CITY TAX RATHIs) J' J: l VLLi L UsT SECTION. ; Tuesdays and Fridays t .. ,' L. 7 5-- ? Gertrude Gaines, Jessie YOUNG HIGHLAND BOY Maggie Rankin', Effie Ware, REDUEli;BY COUNCIL nocker, ACCIDENTALLY SHOT FRIEND To Mr. Ed. Walton, swe extend a Mrs. Pickett Returns to University Shirley Gover. And, Then See It In Moving Pictures) AYJe know he will be wecome home. Senior Mary S. Cook, Sallie M. Another Case of Fooling With A of Tennessee Honor Roll Here Next Wednesday Unusually GoodllSliawing Is Made Shift Made In Mail Schedule To real happy to engage in work upon Craig, Ellen M. Holtzclaw, Kathethe- old Interior Journal once more At End of FftfcakYear With West End Points Contest Gun Thought To Be "Unloaded" Mrs.Lola II. Pickett, of Pittsburg, rine Jones, Maggie Jones, Bessie The great moving picture serial and help make it one of the grand$6,000 Balance in Treasury Texas, who has been teaching vocal Moore, Mary Ml Raney, Vermr Over Carrier's Place Highland News est of county papers. With two such Zudora, a story of Oriental mystery music and expression in the Stan- Rout, Mavme Singleton, Katie Lynn " znen at its head head, as Messrs and romance, will start at the opera r Stanford has one more rural Saufley and Walton we feel safe to house in Stanford next Wednesday; According to the r port made to ford City Schools the past term Wood. Highland, Jan. 7. route since the first of. the year as predict a most brilliant future for night, the two performances being the City Cduncil at it first meeting ceased her connection with the school A sad accident occured Sunday SYSTEMIZE CHARITY WORK a result of a postoffice department our paper, and as it finds its way arranged so as to permit those who in the New Year Ji eld Thursday on January 1st by tendering her morning when a hoy, the son of Jim ht of Sjraford is in a resignation at that time. Supt. Wilorder, which went nto effect the into thousands of homes in almost desire to attend prayer meetifcg at Scarborough accidentally shot Cheailrst of the year. It will be known as every state, may it prove an inspira- the various churches, to .see the better financial condition rilit now son has made public her letter of Plans Put on Foot at Meeting Here ter Carrier, the second son of Jim for many years'Jbefore in iU resignation, in view of various reRural Route No. 5, out of Stanford, tion of good cheer, with its pages show after services are over. In to- Carrier ,of Greasy Ridge. The CarLast Week and is. merely a reversal of the old brimful of good things, May it al- flnv's iceim nf tlin T .T ihn first epi- rier boy was spending the night at .T om:" suuu ports which have been circulated ,;- i will? and co- - Mr. Scarborough's and the other boy route which originated at Moreland, ways be an aid in elevating mankind. c',i, vt Mmc -,..,.,. !.iv H Y, witu, mm shape that . the cpanciil voted to re- - from sources. Her let Plans for ,... a .! wui ' nll T .1 .4-- .v.. .!... ter to the board was as follows: ordination of the charitable efforts came in the bed room to awake him. came to Stanford and returned to We are proud to be able to add our all should read it, as it will greatly Moreland via Ilustonville. The route mite towards its make up each enhance the pleasure in seeing the 75 cents to Go bents on each $100 ''"he Honorable School Board, and beneficences of the people of A 22 rifle which lma not been loaded I now starts at Stanford goes to Stanford, Ky. Stanford were formulated at a meet the night before was lying under the play next Wednesday night. On each ' worth of properey. vvhicn will of- week and as we enter upon the New w;n i. ,w..n fect J"ite a saving to the taxpayers. Gentlemen: ing held at the Baptist church last bed, so the Scarborough boy play over the Hustouvillepike, Year it is with a determination to at 1 hereby tender my resigweek. The local pastors made talks fully picked up the gun and pointed Moreland and MilTedge-vill- 4 do our best to help make the papc meiit of the show which iriil be giv- thence to ?s "J018 somethng like $6,000 m nation as teacher of vocaL mufsic on the condition of many of the! it 5lt Carrier and pulled the trigger coverand back to Stanford, attractive especially te those near meat of the show which will be giv- treasury which is a pretty and expression. My 1'eeling that the poor, and the need of assistance, and shot him, the bullet going through ing a distance of about "25 or 2G ones who have written so many let- shown at the opera house the follow- - j ".? miles, and distributing to a large ters to us begging us to Continue as in Wednesday night. Tins great bfl"ce or to nnicipality the finanicial side is not sufficient to and a fund was raised, which with ; the side of his mouth and lodj-itii- r o start the ew Justify my remaining together with the pledges, will approximate al somewhere in the back of his neck. patronage, correspondent for this place. To one play is produced in Stanford under JZ? n' 0f ear Considerabe objection has been and all we extend best wishes for the the auspices of the Woman's Club, I courf thefVs (.lulte,a belter opportunities offered else- most $100, to be used for this pur- He bled so much before a doctor lul UL expenses uuneceu wiui uie where, are my reusons for. this, mj' pose. J. W. Rochester was elected arrived that it seemed he would not raised to the change in the route by New Year. the members of which are selling residents along the Moreland and treasurer of the fund and it will be rally for a while but now he seems season tickets at reduced prices for management of ihc. city : streets, resignation. Respectfully yours, Mrs. Dexter Ballou, of Stanford, tllP wllnlo Of! nnmlinra nf flin curiae I ''n"1"'!?? water, etc, but such a Milledgeville pike, who have previousLOLA H. PICKETT. applied only to eases where investi- to be getting better, although they showing indicates that the Citv MorelandJ visited her mother and sisters here Tills ornnt rl.'iv line tnl.-oMrs. Pickett returned last' Sun- gation of the merit of the applica- did not attempt to dress the wound ly gotten their mail out of tli nmin. day roui her home in Pittsburg, tion has been made. Two pastors of or remove the bullet. Dr. Smith ot? early in the morning as the carrier eerai aays last week. try by storm wherever shown and Fl.lt1,,ei;S haVe been "llllsally y they Texas, where she spent the Xma.s churches in Stanford are author- King-'- Mountain, is waiting on him. fj1 th They will now get came through Miss Lucile Monraan after a most will no doubt prove a verv popular ' undoubtedly be commended by holidays. She stopped off for a day, ized to check against the charity their mail a few hours later, but the pleasant visit to her mother and br-- o attraction here. Get your copy of Wl D . Young and Xathan Hall, change works, a benefit to residents ther here, returned to Millersburgt the I. J. today and read the storv the people as a whble for their good after which she went to Knoxville, fund for needy cases. It is hoped who had had some trouble about 'A Tenn., where she will resume her that in this way the charitable and .f Jhe of the Ilustonville pike, who will be Female College last Tuesday to re- and then go to the opera hous0 next of the present council have been in line of work in the .University of benevolent work done anion'' the getting their money for their tobac"Wednesday night and see it acted served much earlier than before, and sume her studies. co went to Danville and got their office for several years, and it is .Tennesse. the new route will also afford quick- -' poor in this community may be money Monday. Mr. Benton Thompson left Sun- in moving pictures. mainly due to their efforts at econ-om- jT While in the school at Stanford systematized to a larae extent. er mail service between Stanford day for his home near Bee Lick, and Ifev. E. E. Young preached at in the eonducA of the city's af- Mrs. Pickett made manv friends aud and the metropolis of the West End. there is one face wliich Zudora at Lancaster, Too Highland the fourth Sunday and has lost all fairs that such a!showin is made her work with the pupils proved of An interesting contest has arisen James F. Brady Married its sunshine. ' . .!. Manager W. J. Romans, of the! possible. The usif.il itemized report iu ugliest cuss. oupi. urni c...t niisou sa.s, James R Brady spent a portioa Sunday night. u:.i.n. ... over the position of carrier on this There was a Watch Meeting held Miss Lula Jones has returned Lancaster moving picture show, has, '' the city's flancial condition as was demonstrated m 'A Ken- route. The position will pay $100 a 0f the holidavs with home folks Thursday night. A large crowd was month after the first of July, and from London, where she spent the secured th0 jrrcat serial Zudora for . vdl be published el JieAt issue ol uie tucky Belle'' the high school play j here m,t did not tell all of his friends his house and it will" be exhibited T. J. K which was given at the opera house j that only a duy or bQ before hu left out to ee the old year out and the quite a number of applicants are holdays with herparcnts. Ir. Howard Goodman left for there each Friday night. Mr. Rolast December. Many of the patrons, Carlisle, where he has a resnonsible new one come in. after it. Mr. C. K. McClure, of More-lanMr. and Mrs. Harry Walls, of mans, always striving to please his TO EAT ORANffcS IN FLORIDA spoke of it as being the best home, who carried the route from Cincinnati, after a pleasant stay position with Ronald" Oldham & Co., Ludlow, visited his mother, Mrs. W,.,. -patrons has purchased H00 copies there for a number of years, has with the home folks. talent olav ever inven bv the school. big dry goods dealers, he had taken O. Young during the Out and Sends Mr. and Mrs. J. Carroll Bailey of todaVs Interior Journal, which G. E. Lutes Se been unable to continue as carrier ietore coming to btanloiu Jlrs.j unto limisell- - a Avifej in the person ot-- There was a family holidavs.. atr'C. reunion Regards To' his Friends under the changed conditions, so his spent Sunday with friends in Stan- carrie'! Ih,. first installment of the J. VVVW VV.fc...U Ht .J.VV..J W. Miss Ina Motch, a pretty aud popu M. Young's this Christmas, it being story of the. picture, which he will P Eastern Texas, both as an expres- - lar young lady of his adopted home, substitute J. K. Helm, Jr., has been ford. 1? The sale of Gji uville E. Lutes at sion ana nierary icacner,. Inaving. Friends here extend heart v co ngrat the first time the children had all Dr. Thomas Lyne has returned present to his patrons who will want carrying the route until a permanhome at Christinas for four to read the story before they see Turuersville Wei r.iesday was well at one mne oeen me ent appointment is made. The posi-to- u from a "week's visit to friends in principal oi uations to the -- entleman and w e children who were away the picture. Notify him if you are' attended and fail ejvrices were realiz- - one ot the best high schools in her!.him of rural route carrier is under Louisville. and his aI1 the goo(1 thhl bllows: Elbert E. Young, civil service, and- friend of WalIn a letter to her family Mrs. interested, and he will see that you ed. Mr. Lutes leiies soon for Flo-g- name state, xexas. cau come to a iiappiiy wetid H fe and three children. a copy of the T. J. each week'rida where he will probably buy and lace Singleton, of Stanford, are con- Gooch states that Miss Maud stood xne rionor itou ot pupus xoy tuej . tor of the Methodist containing the story of the play. ' jgo to raising cabligos and potatoes month of December 1914 as annunc-- J Qrau tending that he is entitled to the po- the trip to Lodge, S. C. fine and Orchard People Wa Pekin, Lid., Miss Fan- and eating orangtf , he says. He says ea oy bupt. Mlsou touay, is as folsition, as he stands fiiwt on the seems much improved. They will reA number of Crab Or of this county,' Miss Boy Loses Hand in Cutting Box that he has turnhd his cattle stick lows : eligible li t at present. He has bean main in that state about ten weeks. pie have signified a desi: ville, John, a medical the wel1 kuown actinu; as .substitute rural earner oVer to T- - W- - Jui James Hester, the Mrs. Katherine Dunn is not so Honor Roll ; a lair isville. Miss Grace, ' ajui it is mere th, buyer, iml sends His best and substitute .mail, clerk at various Hester, btanlord !' as when la.st we wrote, end 'c son nf Mr. and Mrs-W- ill i the millinery bnsi- t his PrimaryDolly Beck, Joe lirack-- ! that th!rt acres ot Ian .times since passing the civil ser- gradually getting weaker. ' who' lives on the Hubble pike, north : leuldi5 ' Jllul guijUs-aesHjrdin, wh is at- lhoipson, mos irlt-'mand Casey ett, Winifred Duncan, John Wood. to K- vice examination some time ago! l "l Mr. George Elam has been sick for of Stanford, had his left hand it Barbonrville and Blauken- - ; 1U luc eu.v l,mils WUI However, First Grader-Charli- e a new examination has several days at his home on Lancas- badly mangled lii a cutting hox ' counties with whfji he his traded b a stoLk company wh vho is a high school i'01" years. Mr. ship, Zella Barnett, Beatrice Camen- tlle l)at been called, to secure an eligible ter street. As he is upwards of Thursday morning that the member lfc oa lford. Lucile and Ko- list, which will be held Saturday. Itj eighty years his friends are anxious had to be amputated above the wiist. Lules so,d tI,e flowing livestock isch, Marnaret Traylor, Adelia Wal- - i for the ' ot yeiUluiS uuil&s i... nly two at home. ' "" eacn year, it a deal is co is said that something like ten or a about him. The lad was fooling with the box at, ftt his saIe: a Pai visited !ur Second Grade Annelle to Charles Lutes for 200; sow to Carson. a Lal inile track will he dozen applicants for the route will For the benefit of those at a dis- the home of his grandfather, Henry Jo,m hyXtv 1or Mrs. Rambo at May- to R- - C' Eunice Poppies, Thelma Walls, Sa- - u. 'ommodious araphitheatr take the examination at that time. Hf' ek. tance, who have asked me by let- Hester, on the Lancaster pike, and't Uocker for .fGO; j40' to Chas. Lutes 1m. W..1L-..,-. Ar,tnne ior an exhibition this A';i.. m;h low aii 7.AM. """ " ter to let them know something of it is said, tried to stnn it from' run- VXiV. wis has gone to Hubble two Jersey heifers to J. derson, Frederick IRELAND'S VOICE RECOGNIZED Baumali, James! ' ' of the older peo- ning, but his hand slipped and went' '"r the whereabouts M. Hiatt 2r,; Jersey McCormack, Cash for $12 and Foster Reid l'liillips ple we will say: Mr. Katheiiue nto the feed with the fearful iG,lt jMTV K. G. Bansh had a familv re- Mr. Armpstend M. Hiatt was shot NDr Perrv nerfonned the nn- -' hoifer to J. S. Mobley for .$3,") and! Hatter Smith, Rowan Saufley. Former Local Educator To Sing In Magee still lives at her home 011 stated Thosi brother-in-lai Babe" un'oa during the holidav; to Lansing Lnnhani for $37.50 ;j Third Grade Emma Brackett, j by 'iiliu street. Gets around as lively as eration, which the little fello stood "m Cincinnati Music Festival vho were present were 3Ir. and Mrs. driving: horse to j Eddie B. Baiighman, Olga Camen- - i l.eece, at liis home on Copper Creek, "nmolv for ii Inr, nC W n , .. ..., Bau,-1-v.B. is as sparkling 0 if only thirty-fiv- e, o Danville, Mr. and,' i i lias. Mites tor .!!: nonv ana riglisch, Sadie K. Kincaid, James Pax- - near the Lincoln county line in coversation as ever and with a Prof. J. W. Ireland, formerly of j to Charles Piles for . OG.oO. ton, Mary Louise Stone, Dorothy day. The shooting was accidental Mrs. Will Adams and tw'o children, NEWS OF CHURCHES School Superintendent here located fine memory can tell you much of Tribble, James Turpin, Lucile Wal-- I and while the wound, whic h is in of Greasy Ridge and Misses Zora There will be preaching at Hubble at Bellevue, near Cincinnati, was the bygone days of Crab Orchard. Mrs. A. C. Dunn Dead the foot, is not a neccesssarily serl and Muriel Baugh, who stays at ker. Dan-fo- r Mrs. Kate Egbert is living in the Sunday morning. All are invited., J1,nnie uails' . Isier OL here last week and went to Ilourth Grade OJlie Atchley, ous one, Mi-- . Hiatt's age may be the no,ne- Xevs conies as- the I. J. goes to JCatheriue the Knight Templar reception, same house in which she was born, "" t,lt:ni- Preparatory services Br uce, Frances Fish, Lee! cause of it giving him trouble. Tliehm!,r lluuei D"S" at the press that Mrs. A. C. Dunn, former- Jir- - JonQ Rogers and sons, lios- and was given a most cordial recep- on lower Main street. Is remarkably Jresbytenan I K'MtIiPv5.,P Hob-- l old srentleman. is SG vnrs old. . . Davis Fisher, church Friday even . ly oi this eountj-- but who v j with her r ooe and Levi have returned to work tion by bis many friends. Mr. Ire- young looking and can entertain nig, Jan. 8th, at 7 o , clock. er, Nellie Mitchell, Adelaide Proc i moved to Wilmore some I at their mil1 near v"aynesburg after , iamily land has one of the most perfect, you for hours with tales of the war Seats Sellnu for the Voo,e Show Sunday, Jan. 10th, Sunday school years ago, died there this morning tor, Lelia Cook Raney,t ,ronnd and sympathetic bass voices and much of the history and growth J? nth J ettus, Guide JLu-gaie, , lt oW get yoiu-- seats 1 or pneumonia. Deceased is survived ever heard In this ;(ate. An evi of our little city, which is very dear at (J:30; the Morning Worship at ' wpiIpr Josephine Gooch, Margery Ballon,. lue mh cditloll ut-- johll w Yogell ' f Vrnmmpn nf r firptt., o'clock , when tlie communion will be bv lier husband., three sons and. a a M to hear. jriven bv the factj dence of this celebrated; Young Peoples' Meeting daughter. Arrangements for the buri- that he has been invited to sing in Mrs. Frances Edmiston is still will 1 to yl'Tnl ter a be held at b'::0; Evening ser- -' al have njot yet been decided on. She Elizabeth Greer, Katherine Brady. cd for the Uth of January" . at the visit "? Miss . tlie May Festival chorus, and is living in her old home near the de- c:..fi. n,.A - "cxiiKi xiiaiitvcu- - sjtuutoru opera . 'Al" UUIU1- t..h. bouse lor the Mi-.- . Oscar Huffman, now engaged in the rehearsals for pot. Is enjoying good health, has a vices at 7 o'clock. The session wilL; .has a child buried at Ilustonville of DanLucile Carter, Woods Gover, tormnuce teems with things that are meet at the close of Sunday School an.d her father, Mr. Barney VanArs- ville, and Mrs. Marshall Stone of that notable accasion. N'one but the fine memory, plays a joke on her j dale,. is buried in the cemetery here,' Guy Smith, Robert McCormack, ruru anj entiielv new to minstrelsv. Stanford, visited their parents, Mr. very best are asked to sing at these friends whenever she can and enjoys to receive new members Henry Baiighman, AVilliam Tiite, It's a big show some forty or more and Mi's. John Meier last week. festivals. Prof Ireland is very seri- a laugh as much as any one of these. At the Methodist church next so it is more than probable that she! Joseph Walter, Emily Camenisch, all popular entertainers, furniiih-in- g will be buried at one or the other Mr. Jim McGuffey, of Lonsville, ously considering entering the race Ive mentioned, can tell the ages of Sunday; Sunday School will meet at Margaret Wood, Thelma Powell, a varied and highly interesting visited his father, C. B. McGuffey P!aees. While visiting her son, Will, Ola 9:30 A:. M. The uastor will inh for the demoeratic nomination for all our girls. Kankin, Gabe Raney. program built to create a whirlwind superintendent of Public Instruct-tioat 10:30 A.M. At G:15 P.M. the Ep-- j at Cmb Orehiird some three weeks Seventh Grade Sam Craig, Mary of admiration and laughter. So in- during Xmas. Misses Polly and Martha Pleash's- - Dl,nn 'rew m and ws tnk-ta Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Young, Elbert ants are living at the Pleasants worth League will meet and the pas- - ' en ,,0,ue aml had Brackett, George Fleece Farris, clude yourself with these who care never been wel1 will preach again' at 7:00 P. M. and John Young visited Rev. Jno. homestead, several miles from town Janie Hoeker, Vie Gose Smith, So- to be merry by getting your name on since Godbey at Science Hill last week; Fed 1.600 Horees with their brothers, James and At the morning service a free-wi- ll phie Saunders, Margaret Shanks, the subscription list before the opRev. Godbey is Mrs. Young's father. offering will, be taken to t he1'1'' Sadie Wearen. Je-- e ening of the regular sale. Ring 27 F Cook, of Lexingtin, who George. All are in the best of health. strengthen evangelistic-- Avork Demand For The Efficient Miss Speake is visting Mr. and in our Eighth Grade Edward Tanner, if cannot spare the time to make was here this week looking after "Mrs. Mary Hunter has rented her Mrs. Will Long at Stanford. mission fields. Every one is most Alert, keen, clear headed, healthy Paul Garman, May Belle Lyon, Syl- reservation in person and your wants his Dix river farm, told an I. J. rep- home to the miller, Mr. Brown and Mrs. Nannie Butt and baby are cordially invited to all services. men and women are in , demand. via Fanner, Carrie Davis. Hester will resentative that he fed 1,600 horses boards in Stanford. She has entireimmediate attention. visiting her sister, Mrs. Smiti, Rev. J. A; Trostlo. PrKshvtGTiH.11 Modern b'ism"s- - .'aunot use in of- - Anderson, Sara Corminey, Ruby Seats on sale at Shmrars' Drug Sunday night. They were bought hi ly recovered from her recent illness, Faulkner at Burgin. eveanglist', Avho makes his home in fiee factory or on the road, persons, Hilton, Earl Baughman, Bertie Tennessee for army service in one and looks fine. Store. Mr. J. H. Butt has been sick for Jessie Lee Phillips. of the (European empires. "It took Mrs. M. VE. Fish is living on Lan- Stanford, is holding a very success- - j vho "are dull, lifeless, inert, half about two months, but is abble to Freshmen Elizabeth Carter, An- BREAKS A COLD IN Sots of hay and corn and some trou- caster street. She looks as pretty fnl meeting at Danville. The Messen sick or tired. Keep in trim, Be in a be out ot his store again. Embi'y, Allie condition that wards off disease. nie V. Ciaig,' Fram-eble, but as I got a check for $600, as she did ten years ago, and does ger says of his work Mr. Jesse Huffman, who hasr FEW HOURS TRY IT! The series of meetings - being- held Poley Cathartic Tablets .clean the R Fish, i.teii. 1 Hill, Nan- y K. Me- I felt that the game was worth the her own house keeping. She call show been travelling in California and ' candle," said Mr. Cook. The horses a well stacked press filled with more at .the First Presbyterian church system, keep the stomach sweet, k'innev. Anm- Ft. lJnVili. 1 l:in-iii'visiting his relaSingleton, Cora B. Trostle, Annette First Dose of Pape's Cold Compound elsewhere has been were being shipped tp Norfolk, Va., fruit canned by herself than most .'ire being well attended and greatly ver active and the bowels regular. tives L. S. and C. D. Warfield, Relieves All the Grippe Miser- yWearen, Gene Wood. vhere they were loaded en a boat any otlier housekeeper' and her enjoyed. The sermons are by Rev. For sale by all druggists. Rev. G. H. Cannon, who has reMat-s- y Sophomore Joe T. Embry, Contains No Quinine. and they got only one feed from the black cake was the talk of the town. J. A. Trostle, and everyone who has cently closed out his business at Grimes, Nellie W. Hill, Serena Administrator's Notice time they were put on the ears until So you see we are not boasting had the pleusure of hearing him is King's Mountain was in our midst: Young. Don't stay stuffed-up- ! they reached that point. A 11 when we say Crab Orchard is a more than delighted. Dr. Trostle is rtavenne holrliiln rtln ima n ivoincf Tuesday collectng. He expects to go Junior Bessie Brackett, Lucile a speaker ot exceptional ability, a'th Quit blowing and snuffing! A dose place Tvhere long life and prosperiestate of R Dm.h deceas. into evaugelistie work, which will ' every two hours until three doses Wheat went to $1.38 8 on the ty reigns supreme. We will mention great scholar and an earnest niin-- i wiu rf Prompt Action Will Stco Your Cough' are takea iu end misery and take him away from this community", the Chicago market yesterday. Hogs our other citizens when we have ister. Ihat much good wiU- result cn'to at Stanford much to the regret of the people. - . from the meetings there is no doubt.When you first catch a Cold j break up a severe cold either in the were $9.40; cattle $8; sheep $5 at more time. 3 B Diwiddie, Admr. or to f ( often indicated by a sneeze or . head, chest, body or limbs, Cincinnati. f 3 Life Insurance Refused cough), break it up at once. The j It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos-idnow to cure a Lagrippe Cough .?- Excellent for Stomach Trouble "" life Five Cents Proves It that "It does not matter" of trils and air passages; stops nasty Ever noticfc how clo.-H- f . Wtott fde Wanted Lagrippe coughs demand instant "Chamberliin's .Tablets are just relieves surance examiners look "for symp- ten leads to serious complications, discharge or nose running; .- A generous offer. Cut out this ad fine for stomach trouble' writes treatment. They show a serious con"I want U y's co'ugh," The remedy and sick headache, dullness, feverish-easil- y toms of kidney diseases? They do Of enclose with 5 cents to Foley & Co., Mrs. G. C Dunn, Arnould, Pa. " dition of the system. and are weak- - said a voxm penetrates the lining of th ' ness, sore throat, sneezing, sore so because weakened kidneys leHTf sday. "but 111., and receive Chicago, a free was bothered with this complaint ening. Postmaster Collins,, Barnegat, , Tvont gve; to many forms of dreadful life- fnl drugs." j throat is the kind demanded. Dr. ness and stiffness. trial package containing Foley's for some time and frequently had N. J., says: I took Foley's Honey and ' She 'btfushl "Pape's Cola Compound" is the shortening afflictions. If you have y and Tar King's New Discovery s6othes the Honey and Tar . Compound for hilioas attacks. Chamberlain's Tab-l- Tar Comppund' for a violent lagrip- - Compound: the cough, irritation loosens the phlegm. You quickest, surest relief known and any sympoms like paih in the back.-.- i l coughs, colds, croup, 'bronchial and' afforded me great relief from pe cough ucusf racra- - feel better at once. "It seemed to costs only 25 .cents at drag stores, frequent, scanty or painful action.,, 5t lagrippe coughs : Foley Kidney Pills the first, and since taking one bot- me, and less man nair a bottle, stop- - brans aiift w off the ren'r-- the very spot of my Cough!' It acts without assistance, tastes j tired feeling , aches and pains, getiL-- T and Foleyr Cathartic Tablets. . F6 tle of them I feel like a different ped the" cough Try.Jt.. For sale byvChokihg sal m many nonest Testimonials. pain ami nice, and causes no inconvenience, roiey ruaney . fins toaay. ror saler . .. -- RURAL ROUTE NO. 5 PUT IN OPERATION EXPRESSION TEACHER RESIGNS Dudderar, oi , I ",'. ... 1 Hus-tonvil- le Fw ,.;nfri.. f16 ied, . V?' -- n " W J" s "ibew i -- d, 7 w , AAA. T 1 1 - et l2-year-- tmm: 'K'li IBli LtfLt 1 - so'"1' I 1-Jco- I ln seral Pri'e tw M-."i- ", "'" ".. I Ar-Dip- 'llif . V I seven-year-o- hi. w, ld J ,,,,e - M.-n-- . ,.," ! lljof I I i- -- uii : '"JJ" u. or : -- -- 1 Mc-CJu- rc, s - - x 5-- - - .... - 1 xW37&. '" 1 gpe 2-- ea ia.f - which-immediat- ely et :tHii l thatjCompletely-'exhausteaJj-jhicklyjtiB- h sale in your town fey ilTdrugfiats. person' For sale by all dealers. aUirugpsts. , ,ivesllie rflkHti H 1 t. , at vour. Druggist. - . - Done accept a substitute. V v'. .... , 6-- 1 j :.by all draggists. . -- , - .. tu li. J i j' . ,u- I - tr- -' t, V TreHTffflmjooiyALsTAriit The Interior Journal A Check WALTON 9i a & JJFLEY IN ADVANCE -- Editors and teas axtiicxu Just Before Christmas FOR Bntertd at the jostoJfe at Stanford neona date matt matter. at $ 1 2.7S, $25.50 or $63.75 t B POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journll is authorized to announce the Tlbuowin? candi dates for office! subject to the Democratic prinrjpry in August, 1915: ,- SPECIAL PRICES-REA- D It has been our custom always at the close of each season to make Special Low Prices on certain articles and we always make the Prices low enough to justify your buying and putting away for another season. This time we are making this Special Price early so you can wear the goods now and get the benefit of them this cold weather. Kersey Suits You know they are very heavy and warmest of all clothes. Absolutely all wool. Sold the nation over at $10. We have just about a dozen suitsjeft and the price will be $6.85 for Coat,' Vest and Trousers. ' Overcoats. We are going to make the price so you will buy if you expect to live this winter and next to wear them. We have too many to name all prices here, but they will range in men's coats from $3.50 to $17.50, and take "our word for it, they are cheap. -- or double or treble any of these amounts would come in mighty handy wouldn't it? t For Circuit Judge G. A. HAKD1X, o Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX oi Boyle" iiouuty. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAE, oE Boyle County. R. V. -f- it Well 1 Have It , J. S. OWSlEYJaCUncoln ' lvEEXOUof Mercer county. County. I Make up your mind before you take your eyes off this advertisement that you are going to be one of the thousands to join our No Overdrafts After Feb. 1st. The banks here ;Jnd elsewhere are publishing: notice that no oer- drai'ts will be permitted on and after February 1st, the new banking law LANDIS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB and Save a little every week. When the time comes your savings will be paid back to you in a lump sum plus interest. IT WILL BE JUST LIKE FINDING MONEY You will never miss the small amounts you pay in.) Thedimes, nickels and pennies that you allow to slip through your fingers for trifles will keep up the payments. EVERYBODY IS WELCOME TO JOIN. The first payment makes you a member no fees no fines or trouble none are too old none too young to be enrolledHj ysKy The Li wot AGBE...JOIN Christmas glad you took our advice NOW-a- nd. custom making the prohibitory. This maj inconvenience some, but it is a gooijlaw and should be observed. Why should a man borrow from an institufjm ran for profit and a convenience as well without paying interest. There is neither reason nor justice lin it and it isi strange to us that lhe overdrat'ting habit has not had a halt called long before this. The writer has seen the overdraft "of one of the Stanford banks as great as $15,-00- 0 nearly a sixth of the' capital stock and worth $900 a year at the legal rate of six per cent. Do you know of any otha institution, as clever, or do you krbw a friend who would be so generous with his gold? Certainly you dbl not. Bankers handle other peopls' money and they really .have n right to let it recompense or the out without promise of it. Habinal overdrawing is not far remove . from "cold" check giving, which habit is about the most pernicous i the category. Let the bankers sti k to the law and their declaratioi and the institutions they represe: t and the people as well will be tji - hetter off. tune-honored H. J. McROBERTS. Help the Woman's Club Please do not forget that the pub- he library will be open on Saturday afternoon. Jan. 0th, to receive the! I belated Xmas gifts to the library. Please every one bring a book and help this good movement along. -- LEDGERS. Start the New Year right with New Books. We are headquarters for Books and Stationery also the Purest of Drugs. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford,,Ky. A Trial Convince Anyone The Great Kidney Remedy Will Never Disappoints Nation-widJu-s- t Proillition Beaten before adjulrning for the e A few years ajro I was troubled ! nty National Bank , Christmas) holidays Hou-- e nist week lower with a complication of kidney and con-stitutio- of Congress efeuteJ the Kentucky. ameudinddt for nationwide prohibition. The proposition a majority of 197 to 180 re-reiv- ed j PM T. D. NEWLAND Don't Go to Opposite Court House INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., For your Christmas Oysters, Celery and Cranberries Telephone 168 with SALIN & SMITH, Agents but required a twolthirds majority. Congressman llarvtl- - Helm, of this district, voted in Juvor of nationwide prohibition, as did Congressmen Barkley, Thomas, Johnson, Fields, Langlcy aitd Powers. The Kentucky congressmen who opposed it were Stanley, Cafttrill, Rouse and Sherley. it will be recalled that Stanley, then a candidate for U. S. senator voted against that other tempern ance measure the bill, declaring that ho did so because he believed it unconstitutional. We just pause to wonder if his vote against nation-wid- e, prohibition was for the ame reason? eat Webb-lvenyo- ve Stanford, Kentucky I i LISTEN All persons having or desiring to place money in large or small amounts on savings will do well to advise with us before doing so elsewhere. Yours to Serve, Agriculture John W. "Newman this week an nounced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor. Mr. Newman, has made, a fine record at the head of the farmers' depart ment of the state government. He has especially beea in the limelight during the foot and mouth Quarantine. Newman is the first candidate prohibition to mention state-wid- e in his announcement. He says he favors the submission of the question to the vote of the people. Newman is the third candidate to announce. The more the merrier. The I. J.'s advertising columns are open Commissipnet to them all. .. , stomach ailments and although 1 tried two or three different doctors, I was unable to obtain a cure. Ha-in- g heaid a great deal about Swauip-Roo- t, I decided to give it a trial and bottle of purchased a druggist. From ilr. Alexander, the the beginning 1 could notice a change for the better and after taking eight bottles of your medicine, 1 felt entirely cured and hae not had any trouble since. Had I began using Swamp-Rosooner, I would have been a few hundred dollars to the good and saved myself a lot of suffering. You may use my testimonial any Yours very truly, time vou wish. CHARLES' OS. HARRIS. 190 Sixth St. Marion, Iowa. certify that Charles E. Ham- I signed the above testimonial rn my presence, being first duly sworn t the truth thereof, this the 12th day of July, 1909. D.R.KINLEY, J. P. one-doll- ar ot Your Ear If You Please. Whal I want to say is this: I want you to begin the new year right by doing a poriion of your trad-in- g with me. My stock is fresh and good and my prices are right. Geo. H. Farris GENUINE !!$. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot Will Uo SEVERE PUNISHMENT Of Mrs. Chappell, of Fhre Tears' For You cents to Dr. Kilmer & Send ten Co., Binghamton, .N. Y., for a sample, size hottle. It will convince anyone. You vill also receive a booklet of valnahble information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and, mention the Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cesize bottles for sale and . at all drug stores. nt one-dollar Oliver Plows And Repairs. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. LOOK AT MEMORIALS. No tribute is so appropriate s a monument, cut from en-iitri- ng Striding, Relieved by Cardui. Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chappell of this town, says: "I suffered foi live years with womanly troubles, also stomach troubles, and my punishment was more than any one could tell. W. H. Higgins' Sal Tone Hog Window Show. Step in and Get the Deal. y State Bank & Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky . s ? - v CVS7 tried most every 'kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. had not taken but about six bottles until 1' was almost cured. It did me more good than all the other medicines I had tried, put together. , Jtfy friends began asking mo why l looked so well, and I told them about Cardui. Several are now taking it." uo you, iaay reader suner. trom any of the ailments ly trouble, such as head; sleeplessness, tingly tired leeiing . jjV&flytX ir in U it ive Cardui a trial. We feel ill help you, iust as it has r women in s the past half c " Begin takin Yov day. won't regret 1 1 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. HARRY JACOBS, Stanford. Ky. TO THE PUBLIC to-ord- W. fi. Higgins. "Haipi Vk4; i .TrwUMBtrar. fTrUt Adrisenr Dwt, fnstrmctietu n f: Co., wHHC for I represent the largest and best made- clothing house in this coun Co., Chicago. tryEd V. Pricein &measuring and HI., diMy experience niaking of your clothes, recting the gives me the advantage over one who will rs not a practical tailor. If you give me vour order 1 will promise you a square' deal. You will get the worth of your money, ither in the cheaper grades dr the, higher priced. My fall now and winter line of samples ready for your inspection. Call and Laditt let me stow you. H. C. RUPLEYj er -- Shoes and Rubbers Big line of Shoes and Rubbers at reduced prices. Call and see our line before buying. a-r- e Suci, CJS4 HvIr Successor to HUGHES fc MARTIN aM . LYONS DwvKf The Practical TaMtr. 5 r.s--.s- ?i it(wh rt 5 .ty. n. i f&r.7 t Wi?' ThEIMTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY IIDAY, BEST LAXATIVE FOR BOWELS-"CASC- ARI iof JANUARY 8, (915. BEGIN TODAY. r EARLY IN JANUARY many years ago a FATHER OPENED A SAVINGS ACCOUNT FOR HIS INFANT SON IN A SOLVENT BANK. As the son grew older he had him to make the deposits in person. In this way he learned the value of money and the rapidity which SAVINGS INCREASED AT COMPOUND INTEREST. The Saving habit thus formed in youth and practised in manhood made him a successful and wealthy man. Start to day a Savings Account for your Boystand Girls in-th- e j THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY " Tuesday afternoon, January 5th. The Rev. Sadler, They Clean Liver; Sweeten St ach of "the Methodist 'church, officiated. End Sick Headache, Bad The home was beautifully decorated Indiyestion, Constipation with potted plants, cut flowers and shaded candles, pink and green, box. Get a being the color scheme, which was Are you keeping your bowels, iiver als'o carried out in the buffet lunrfnd stomach clean, pure and J esli cheon which was served immediate with Cascarets or merely forcij u ly after recievinsr congratulations. passageway every few days $!&iss Mattie Linns, sister of the baits, Cathartic lJills, Castor uu oji bride, played the wedding march 1 Purgative Waters? and continued with svet strains of wash-da- jt S Stop having a bowel music throughout the ceremony. The Let Caiscarets thoroughly cleans) bride was handsomely attired in and reirulate the stomach, remov green cloth, with seal trimmings. th e sour ind fermentin food aiij She wore a beautiful bat to match foul gases, take the excess bile froKj trimmed in. Bird of Paradise, and the liver and carry out of the syswore a corsage bouquet of rose buds torn all the uonstipated waste jnat-tfnnviolets. Miss Lipps has been uliolding tei and poisons in the bowels. a responsible position in A Cascaret tonight will makewvi Pulaski. wherc she met the man of feel great by morning. They Vork her choice. The groom is a splendid while you sleep never gripe, fecken young man, also holding a good poor cause any inconvenience ancl cost sition in that city, and comes of a only 10 cents a box from your trug-- ; prominent southern family. Only gist. Millions of men and wbmen members of the -- families and close take a Cascaret now and thei and friends were present. They left "mi never have Headache, Bilious ness, mediately for a short bridal tour. Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Bour after which they will bc at home in Stomach or Constipated Bckvels. Pulaski, Tennessee. . ' Casearets belong in every hous hold! Children just love to take Iheml 1 10-ce- nt d s, Mx. R, A. Lipps, Tj'nde m Danville ai a brother of the A Member of The Rebeccas A Bad Case of Nasal Catarrh Cured By Pe-ru-n- a. IT 3-- That any case of nasal catarrh can be cured by an internal medicine is denied by some. Only a glance at our files would be necessary to convince any sane person that catarrh can be cured by the internal use of Peruna Mrs. Victoria Pickel, of Columbus, is a case of this sort. She had nasal catarrh very badly, and was cured by Peruna. We will let her tell her own. story. Mrs. Victoria M. Pickel, 130 E. Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio, writes : "I have been using Peruna for catarrh, having had a very aggravated case, so bad that it clogged the nasal organs. When I did get the nasal organs opened, the mucus would drop into my throat and make me very sick. "A friend advised me to take Peruna, and after using four bottles I was cured. I have no trouble now, and am happy to say that I am enjoying the best of health and. attending to my lodge duties, being a member of the Rebecca Lodge of Odd Fellows. "I would recommend Peruna to those suffering with the same obnoxious trouble." Hall--Stephens- tfn i and-'ilis- and you will see the above story repeated in their lives ',"' IS A HABIT SAVING LIKE SPENDING 'Twill Interest You. ' James C. Stephenson .' s Watch this Space next Issue. Olive 0. Hall, both of the West End j of Lincoln county, were married, at the homo of C: P. Brown at llu?;on-- . ville Thursday.. Both are por.Ulnr young people who have the ijest wishes of a host of friends. I j EMMET PUR YEAR, Attorney at Law. Commonwealth's Attorney Thirteenth". Judicial' District. sjs " : T JT;, Announcement Esther Whitley Bureh. who ui?.'hai- " lumuuj success as a teacher ojLx- -' And Physical Culture 'has PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Jan.19 Rook Club will meet with A. T. Bromley is still' confined J1"? 8 -; to btantord and will (have Mrs. G. G. Perry at 2Velock. his rooms with illness. :.. these branches here. Social Calendar classes m Hon. P. M. McRoberts was in The w oik will prepare nuuilb for Jan. 14th Dixie Rook Club will! 3Iiss Allie Hendericks, of Louis- tki meet with Mrs. "W. W. Saunders at 'ville, is the guest of liss Mo.llie Lancaster on leiial business Thins- - , teachers, Platform Readers, Ui ivui . Social aiul Home Life. All lHliS Ol two o clock. , (day. iDaugherty. ..il. ...?fl I,.. ..!.,.. Up, lo inof w Jan. 9 The Library will be open Dan-t- o arry Raney, of Lexington, was great Postmaster Logan Wood of . attention being paid to c UT0C- '. receive the books that arc to be vile, wns in Stanford Thursday on luc ui. me imiiy ol u. u. tion of defective speech and ,yopei presented to the library as Christ- - business and was kept busy slinking I se of the voice, Amay. mas gifts.. -t hands with his many friends. . - .i . i i :i mi i, i. pus ...mi i. i. win oe urougni out i iurs. a. a. Jveiui. or jiaysvine, Jan. 33 The Woman's Club will xr. and Mrs. W. 11. Shanks left i:is bfii.n tJi mist f fim- - fti- - lic recitals and plays. Classijs will meet in the club rooms at 2:30 o'- - yesterday for Columbus, Ga., to re- u d for ' .lock. amu,f a normal diews fofj jr, main a couple of months, looking the N. W. Fowle and family, re- - dren, class after the former's business affairs. turned home Thursday. wish; to teadl expression;!!) Mrs. J. W. Grinstead and two Mrs. M. (J. Williams, of bomerset, uiven at Linoivou Colleire of (1 itory. grandchildren, Lucile and Joe Pat parsed through yesterday en route Boston. ff (Ireland, of Bellevue, visited Mrs. li. ,u .!t. Vernon to attend the bedside Remember expression is ne of J. McRoberts last week. ' of Mrs. D. N. Williams, whose, ill- -: the greatest educational 'factors in i Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price, of Lan- - ness is giving her friends much con- - the world and the studv of it de Nothing has ever carter, took the tram here Vednes-da- y cern. velops the mind as much as thelstudy ' equaled or compared where they for DeLand, Fla., Miss Cora Lipps, of Clintwood, of. mathematics or any o( the with the medicinal fats ; will spend tlie remainder of the Va., took the tram here for her ' sciences. in Scott's Emulsion to winter. home Thursdav. She had been to !.' She w1 have a room it the arrest the decline, invigorate Mesdamcs William and Albert H. to visit relatives, as Graded School buildng be: inning the blood, strengthen the Seveiance were in Richmond this well as to be i)resent at the marriage Mondav. 1 week to hear Dr. Gordon's lectures. of her sister, of which mention is nervous system, aid the appe Lipps Wilkes Misses Issie and Ry Million, who made elsewhere tite and restore the courage ' have been guests of Mrs. Robert Q., 1 u Tt. t I News eomes from Kichmolldj y.l. ur utuci UCctUII. The $ Scott's Emulsion is A I Bruce, returned to Richmond Wed- - j UuU a pretty ,iule dlH,glltei. hiIS ar. Lipps, marriage ofof Miss IHattle formcriy IIiistonviI-- , and . health -- build- ffeJ , uesday. at tle jlome of 0r. ,ln(1 jrs Mr. Earl Wilkes, both of Kilaski r food, without Will Ranoy and family of Garrsml jrarrv Iii;,irins. Tll(j young hl(lv ,ms Tenn., was ; solemized at thijj home nv alcohol or opiate. county, have moved to John M.: becn t.hiteile(1 D.oretliea IKdwards Stone's cottage on East Miller! liggins and Grandpa and Grandma HOW' FRENCH PEOPtE TRY IT ! ,. , ..,,... streeX and will be cbrdmlly wel- - .jij.ins. of i,:s : lt-CURE STOMACH TROUBLE 3 coined as citizens of Lincoln. j .',icf ,ia,,i0 ; i,n ,i ,.: ,.-..- ..,- ' ' ' Danville. 'Ky.. January 8th, 1915'. To the:;Demccrats of the Thirteenth Circuit1 Court District: v Gentlemen: .. ! J I I -- hui . : . . - Two years ago you elected rne to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney of this District to fill the unexpired term of Jud5e Hardin, he having been elected to the office of Cir' " cuit Jud&e. ' i- . chil-tho- sc J h-ed- ICKHE5 ! lltii-aonvill- 3-- f- -i 1 iRa i Al I Everyone Join the 1915 Saving x ; McKinney was in Rich- mond Tuesday to hear Prof. Gor-- t den, and afterwards went on to Lexington with Allen Zaring in the hitter's new Cadillac ear, which the local man pronounces the smoothest thing he ever saw on W. B. eight-cylinder wheels. Club by Trading With j ' r.pi-T'tn- re L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard,Ky. Miss Ella May Saunders, of Stan-- j ford, who is visiting Mrs. Joe Coffey ws the guest of honor at a moving party given Monday evening by her hostess. After visiting tre shows, the- party returned .to the home of Mrs. Coffey, where refreshments were served Frankfort State Journal. - A household remedy of the French peasantry, consisting of pure vegetable oil, and said to possess wonderful merit in the treatment of stomach, liver and intestinal troubles, has been introduced in this country by George H. Mayr.who for twenty years has been one of the leading dovn town druggists of Chicago and who himself was cured by its use. So quick and effective is its action that a single dose is usually enough to bring pronounced relief in the most stubborn cases and many people who have tried it declare they never Heard of anything to produce such remarkable results in so short a time. It is known as Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy and can now be had at almost any drug store. It is now sold here by Penny's Drug Store ana Lraggi'sts Ev erywnere I am now a candidate for the full trm, and res solicit: the support of each "and every voter. The men who have served on the Grand and tlt District in the two; years last past, will, I am s Lt ness tha;t I have faithfullv and with dilioenc Bi .....-.- . '; ties. I am asking you to elect me tc the full term 6p nold. 1st: because witfimcreasocl experience Hried I have of conditions in this district. I believe I than ever before to render you efficient I desire what every faith'ful servant who has preceiHHTn this office has received, without- exception, an endorsement; of his work. Judge Hardin, whose unexpired term I was elected to fill, to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney a second was time as an endorsement of his work. Judge John Sam Owsley, who preceded Judge Hardin as Commonwealth's Attorney, was having held the office continuously 10 years. elected and As I shall be continuously busy in Court for some time, and unable to devote time to my canvass, I shall appreciate anything my friends do in my behalf. Again solieitingyour support, I am, Respectfully. V IVcv srviceHpse - re-elect- ed re-electe- d, "'' ! . .' EMMET PURYR.SAR i : SPECIAL SALE Special low prices on Suits, Cloaks, Dresses and Skirts SATURDAY JANUARY 9TH TO MONDAY, JANUARY 25TK Twenty-Fiv- e ;: k '.. ; Any Suit, Cloak, Dress or Skirt at just half the original price. None seilt on approval, none laid aside, none charged. Don't faff to take advantage of this exceptional effer ard thisseason's test styles inducing many staples and large sizes. Carried Qyjr Suits at $3.75. M - k. T? - "r H W A am 'W B M -- i r H v A4t Ai - H m m m. z m M ii Hk. I ' "V. & SON T'-- y&m 'i V i", . THE INTERIOBJOUffjAL, FARM AND STOCK NEWS t.ube STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, 1915. v 'MjiafESis Hooker bought of Elam Simpson, a sow and ten pigs fo $31. Both parties lived in the West End. L&idsey Rankin of the Hubble section, bought 30 head of hogs from Haven McBeath at six and a half cents a pound. Brown & Lawson, stock dealers of Garrard county, bought from different parties in the Hubble section a lot of hogs at $6.25 to $6.60. W. O. Walker sold the tailings of tobacco from his Somerset pike farm at Damille last week, and it averaged about six cents a X)Ound. June 60-pound K John W. Vogel's BIG CITY The above are Dress paints, Corduioys, Kerseys and Knockabout. We have a large supply of Corduroys in Pants, Suits and odd Coats. Work Suits in Kerseys. You will never know-hofar ahead the "DUTCHERS" are of the other Pants until you have tried. Every "DUTCHERS," a Pant fully guaranteed. Please see these goods before you buy. ROBINSON'S Minstrels A Prodigious Body of Stellar Lights, presenting! an unrestrained current o Melifluous Song, Face th strel Mm-T- inspiring umphs. kino Uous Sayings, daring and triundertakings, reiterating former Organization of the MinParamount ct. Horton, the Waynesburg kbuyer,, was in town Monday. My Horton says that he has not bLk dealing in livestock much lato- lyliut bus been biiby building him a w house. Wmes Yowell, of IlUstovilJe, boiiMit 20 hogs of S. 'P. Stephenson, of ie same place, at six and three- qu tcr cents a pound. Mr. Yowell the sold them to Ike Shelby of jy City at the same figures. hy Ball, who just moved to the luctuisier piace on nangmg J)rk, from Hustonville, where he aiy lived for feveral yeaars, sold to V. P. Kincaid recently, 3,000 pounds if tobacco at 10 cents a pound. W. 0. Walker was in fievington Yedlnesday to inspect the crack (jliowmare Regina Peavine owned by I;y himself, Dick Scudder anl IJomor H'ray. The mare has been "ick with (lifetemper for some time, but is about put of danger now. Ititin M. Farra, of Garrard, sold to Monte Fox of Danville, last 23 had of cattle that averaged l,35t pounds for seven and three-fourj- ti cents a pound. Alex Doty, of the I' ime county also sold 40 head to Hji'. Fox that averaged 1,170 pourp s at seven and -- HERE 13 WHAT YOU WAHT The People's Marlret Place Advertise What You Have to Sell Mueller's i Wedding presents at Jewelry Store, Stanford. DR CRAIG is prepared to test and supply accurately fitted glasses at tin lowest price. Oifice over PL J. McRoberts' store. 3tf eye& No Mistake near. season is drawing Don't forget our stock of Oliver plows, plow gear, plow harness etc. Y. II. Higgins. 2 SUBSOILING 2-- This Time Quarantine is now off and we are SEEDS are high this year. Buy a Superior Clover Seeder and save money. Look at our seeders. Y. H. Higgins. , 2-- 2 LOST A couple of Angora goats slra3'ed- - from my place. Will be thankful for any information as to their whereabouts and give a reward for their return. W. L. McCARTY, Stamford. 2 2-- ready to do business so bring on your cattle and other live stock. Expect a good crowd with lots of buyers for Monday, so do not fail to come and bring your cattle. The panic and the quarantine are off. Also have a buyer for car load year- one-four- th r World. a. usually baimv, oianiora, ivy. gold Don't Miss The Big Parade DR. J. G. CARPL'XTER ha opLOST. Pair of rimless car loads of spectacles in Prince case. Rewai'd ened his office in the Lincoln CounCard to the Public at Noon Saturday, Jan. 9. mul. at his farm near Hubble, has 2 ty National Bank Building, Room 2, for return to this "office. We wa'nt to thank all our friends just ieturned .from McRea, Georgia, on the right of. the stairway, and FOR RENT For 1915, a 225 acre Sale of seats begins T,oday at wher he went to look over the mar- for their patronage and courtesies Shugars' Drug Store. Prices: will continue to practice dieaes of farm with good improvements, a ket conditions. He says that as yet during the past year and hope they the Eye, Noe, Throat, Ear, Genito- splendid tobacco barn and silo. 75c, 50c and 25c. the narket for mules in the south will all continue to patronize us. urinary, Rectal and Pelvic Diseases About 15 acres for tobacco, about Mail ordars for seats should be is vi'ry low, but that the govern- We will endeavor to please all, as and S.'.rgcry. Eyes skillfully examin- 50 acres for corn and small grain, ment has been buying miies and everything is under our personal addressed Shugars' Drug ed and glasses prescribed when nec- balance in grass. Apply to Hughes igeiits ,for European aiinies are al- attention. Our rates will be the same, Store. Phone No. 27. 100-essary. and Martin Stanford, Ky. tl"tf so luying them for army service. also the monthly hitches, with the He las a carload of mules Jivhieh he exception of public entertainments has been carrying over that he may at night, Avhen they will be required to pay the same as others. Owing to offer to these buyers. the extra line of help, we must make A.Lincoln county man, James II. I. M. DUNN, President JNO. S. VAN WMIE, Secretary this change. T$i4yj.hman, was honored by elec Wishing all a prosperous New tion is a director of the Blue Grass t Year. We remain CARTER & CARJ. M. SALLEE, Assistant Fair 'at Lexington, at a meeting of 2 the stockholders at Lexington this TER, Stanford. veck.Mr. Baughman was put on the hoard it is understood because of Beware of Ointments for Catarrh his expensive experience with high That Contain Mercury plaN miles. "V. F. Lillard, of as surely county, was put on for. the andmncaty will deruiisedestroy the sense of smell completely tlie whole system hen enteritis It through the mucous Mirlaces. Such horse breeding industry and Abram articles should never lie used except on prescriptions from RenicK the of Clark, of the cattle they will doreputable physicians, as you damage Is ten fold to the jrood can posVm hbH ?& "" breede :, Louis Lee ITaggin was sibly derive from them. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O., chosenji president to succeed James contains no mercury, and taken internally, acting directly upon L. "Wain", and the exhibition iates faces of the system. the blood and mucous surIn buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken for tlit year are August 2 7. Internally and made In Toledo. Ohio, by V. J. centra pound. VA son Alexander feede two or three By order of the Comp troller of the Currency on overdrafts ' will be mud bv this linnk sifhr Fb-- l ruary 1, 1913. FIRST NATIONAL) d-i- NOTICE who 2-- 9. 2-- ling mules. Bring them in for Mon- I day. Buyer will be here. Aji-ders- or si 1 A.T.Nunnelley IfflffEifflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflffBBnll l?l?lmxL JIkS? t i : r mVm ; Poultry Show. Johu Uwaley Keid aou ten premi ums on' nib chickens at Poultry Show at Lexington. The show was conducted in fiuell Armory under the direction oli State University and was a Wins succestj in every particular. Baugh Wilcher t Lexington Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Trice. 75c. per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. I Willi. lAVilcher, section of the McKinney nd Miss Gracie Baugh, the daughter of pretty J. TOIBC CQ BRINGS $2 1.50 410-poun- W. Buujh ,of Highland, were married Wejnesduy at Rev. John Long's by that gentleman. High Top Shoes And Overcoats At ft 4 ifi VL'i Wirt AT PEOPLES HOUSE Geo. Cutsinger, of Boyle County, Gets This Price d for Basket, Another of 315 Pounds Bringing $1.50 AH For Men and Women ehe-Feel tired1?. Not so pry as you used-t- o he? Getting o'ld? '3Iunv mrsons mistake kidnev trou ble for advancing age. Kidneys out of order make you feel old before your time. Foley Kidney Pills tone up and invigorate the kidneys, banish backache, rid your blood of acids and poisons. Sold by all druggists Backs! feyli-fern Ifc m Tobacco Placed on the Floors at the Peoples House Sold at High Figures and Bidding Was Spirited. J Peoples House Selle Over One Hundred Thousand Pounds Bringing the Sales at This House for Four Days to a Half Million Pounds. Administrator's Notice All persons owed by estate of the late S. K Owsley are requested to present claims properly proven to the Those undersigned administrator. owing the estate are requested law to lh undersigned administrator Those owing the estate are requested to settle promptly.. B. W. GIVENS; , yfqSrr jt. - 1 rV(&it ' M--- Great Reduction ! Pim&WZfS" i - Admr. 2-- j tf Growers Greatly Pleased With Prices James Marsee, Garrard county, sold the following' baskets: 395 pounds at lfi 260 pounds at 10 250 pounds at 13 303 pounds at 15 l-380 pounds at . 14 l-340 pounds at 33 l-110 pounds at 13 c 145 pounds at 11 l-140 pounds at 11 l-350 pounds at 10 l-3-4e OF LOCAL INTEREST Some People We Know, and We Will Profit by Hearing About Them If SSr lta KMII to tol 3-- 4c l-- 4c 2c 4c 4c l-2- 4c 4c 4c Charles Dietrich, Garrard county, sold the following baskets: 355 pounds at .12 495 pounds at 13c 730 pounds at 14 l-- 4c 265 pounds at 14 16-2275 pounds at c 235 pounds at 15 l-470 pounds at 15 c 445 pqunds at "... ;15c 340 pounds at 13 300 pounds at .12 l-3-4c -4c 2c l-4- ', hone Is more worthy of confidence This is a purely local event. It took place in Stanford. Not in some faraway place. You are asked to investigate it. , To confirm a citizen s statement. Any article that is endorsed at , l-- 2c 2c DAILY SALES Free Stables and Free Insur- ance on Your Tobacco. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Than one you know nothing about Endorsed by unknown people. "I had pains through my back and the kidhey action was irregular," says H. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, of E. Main St., Stanford. "I didn!t sleep well at night. "When I heard about iDoan's Kidney Pills, I used tlem. Tney soon strengthened my kidneys 'and stopped the pain." Mr. Abridge is only ope of many Stanford people who have gratefully indorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your back aches if your kidneys don't simply ask for a ask distinctly for y Pills, the same that ,had the remedy back- testimony. 50c all stor-rllHburn Co., Props., Buf- r In order to clean up our entire stock of Men's High Top Work Shoes and Overcoats, we will offer the remainder of these goods we now have on hand at the following prices: Men's High Top Shoes, $4.50, $5, $6, $6.50, $7 values at $2.75, $3.-9$4.50 and $5 the pair. Boys' High Tops, $3 and $3.50 values at $2.25 and $2.50 a pair. 5, Men's Overcoats, Belted Back Double Collar; New Collars in Grey, Black and Brown, $10, $12.50, $15 and $20 sellers at $6.50, $7, $9.50 and $15. All Boys' Overcoats and Mackinaws AT AND BELOW COST, Call and let us show you. Phillips & Phillips. i r WiM :.r When agethe . 7. ' -- Your isacJc as" . . Stanford, Kentucky. Gi l' Name." '3-1- ., SA ' OMKB-- ' L