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LOU SHANKS' DEATH A SHOCK Prominent Lincoln County Woman Succumbs to Pneumonia After Short Illness The death of Mrs. Lou Shanks at the home of her daughter Mrs. Kirby The Intekmr Journal ojaj u3nBUBAt- ?. J 'L No. 2. i Stanford, Lincoln, County, Kentucky, Friday, January 7, 1916 TAX RATE REMAINS THE SAME Tuesdays and Fridays Bourne, at New Castle, Henry county, early Thursday morning came as Shanks had been suffering from "bronchial pneumonia and complications for some time, but latest reports from her bedside were that her condition was satisfactory and when the message came telling of her death, it was a great blow to all and sincere regret was expressed on all sides and sympathy extended to the members of the family in their hour of great bereavement. Ordinarily a vigorous woman, Mrs. Shanks had lately begun to break with the passing of the years, and was unable to throw off with her accustomed ease, the attack which resulted fatally, when first she contracted a severe cold. She was in her 68th year and throughout her long and active life, maintained the cheerfulness of youth and vigor, as a result of which she had always ap peared much younger than she was. Mrs. Shanks was born in Shelby county, the daughter of the late Hartwell Bailey, and a member of one of the most prominent families in the state. Her mother was a daughter of Neudaker Owsley, and a sister of the mother of Gov. Owsley Stanley, making the deceased a first cousin of the present chief executive of the commonwealth. She was also a niece of old Gov. vfm. Owsley. She was one of five children, her sister, Mrs. Alice Pickett, of Shelbyville, mother of Mrs. William Severance of this city, being the oldest; the others were Mrs. Shanks, the late Mrs. Bonnie, of Chattanooga, Mrs. Carrithers, also deceased and Carroll Bailey, the only brother, now living in Missouri. Soon after the civil war, she became the wife of John H. Shanks, a leading business man, banker and citizen o Lincoln county, and she came here with him and has made this her home ever since. After his death in 1883, she remained here on her handsome farm and Teared her children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, and lived to see them all honored and respected citizens of their several communities. To Mr. and Mrs. Shanks five children were givenr one daughter, Rebecca, dying in young childhood. Those who survive are Mrs. H. Kirby Bourne, of New Castle, at whose home the mother was visiting when the end came; William Carroll Shanks, who farms the old homestead at the edge of Stanford on lower East Main street; Thomas H. Shanks, a prominent lawyer, and John H. Shanks, a business man, both of Columbus, Georgia. Mrs. Shanks' father, Hartwell Bailey, was a brother of Carroll Bailey, father of Judge James P. Bailey, of this city, and in other lines she was connected with families whose names have been synonymous with the early history and progress of the state of Kentucky. In early life she became a member of the Christian church, and throughout her long life, was ever devoted to its work for the cause of her Master. She was ready for the summons when the Death Angel came for her, and behind her leaves an example which will ever be a bright and shining light for her children and those who come after them. The body was brought here from Hew Castle Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Bourne, and after services at her home this afternoon conducted "by her pastor, Rev. D. M. Walker, the mortal remains were placed beside those of her husband who had gone so long before, in Buffalo "Siting; cemetery. -- a distinct and severe shock to the many friends and loved ones of this good woman at her home here. Mrs. mother at Moreland, a short time after her death early this week. Mr. Chrisman was striken with pneumonia while at her bedside and succumbed quickly. He is survived by his wif e and nine children. He was about 60 years of age and a splendid citizen in every way. A few years ago he came from Wayne county and bought a farm of 147 acres from R. L. Hubble in the Hedgeville section of Boyle, and had made a host of warm friends since coming here. He had for many years been a member of the Methodist church and was an honorable, upright citizen in every way. His death is a severe blow to his loved ones and friends. SUITS OVER SALE COMMISSIONS Two interesting land suits were tried in county court here early this week involving commissions alleged to be due to real estate companies for sale of farms in the southern section of the county. The suit of Guinn & Thompson against Jeff Burleson, of Waynesburg, for $80 commission on the sale of his farm, was dismissed by Judge Bailey. The real estate firm of Day & Co., was given a judgment for $50 subject to a $25 credit against T. B. Manning. An& Thompson other suit against Manning, was withdrawn. by-Gui- HARVEY WILKINSON'S NICE JOB MRS. RIGSBY CROSSES RIVER Harvey Wilkinson, second son of .Woman Preachersville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson, went to Prominent Washington, D. C, with CongressPasses Away Tuesday. man Harvey Helm, early this week, to take a clerical and stenographic Mrs. Sallie P. Rigsby, one of the position in his office. He will work most belove'd women of the East End George under Secretary Willis. of this county, died at her home near Young Wilkinson has been taking a Preachersville Tuesday, January 4th special stenographic and typewriting after a short illness of pneumonia. course in a business college at Louis- Her death came as a great s hock, to ville for the past several months her many friends, many of and has specially fitted himself for did not know that she was s the nice position he goes to Wash- ill. JLne deceased was bU y ington to assume. He is a fine young age and was the wife of Jam man in every way and his hcst of by, one of the best known friends feel sure that he will more of that section. Besides him, she is than make good. He graduated from survived by four sons, all prominent the Stanford High School last year. citizens of their communities. She It is peculiarly fitting ,that he should was a daughter of T. C. White before receive this place from Congressman her marrjare to Mr. Riirsbv. Helm. The young man's father, has For many years, Mrs. Rigsby had been a life-lon- g friend and supporter been a member of the Baptist church' of Mr. Helm and named the boy lot at Preachersville, and in no way will the congressman. her loss be felt more than in the cir- - .-"w .. : . JOHN CHRISMAN DIES QUICKLY so well and of which" she was always The community was greatly shock- so devoted and faithful member. She ed to learn of the death of John N. was a splendid wife and .loving, Chrisman, of the Hedgeville section, mother, and her husband, sons who passed away at the home of his and other loved ones have the deep- theMb eBKHKnJK AHCHB est sympathy of many friends at this hour of ,their bereavement. After services conducted by J. C. McClary Thursday at the Preachersville Baptist church, the remains Godly woman were laid in their last resting place in the cemetery there. RESPECTED GARRARDITE GONE Thomas D. Chestnut, one of the most prominent and esteemed citizens of the Marksbury section of Garrard county, died at his home there Wednesday morning after a long illness of a complication of troubles. The deceased' was 67 years old member of the and was a life-lon- g Baptist church, and never so happy as when doing something good for a friend. Besides two brothers in Texas, he is survived by seven children, Mesdames Charles Burdett and John Woods and Miss Mary Chestnut and Messrs. Robert, Tom, Virgil and Elmer Chestnut. MRS. P. W. GREEN DEAD News from Lexington tells of the death of Mrs. P. W. Green, which is of-thi- s nn FIRM DISSOLVES. The plumbing firm of Warner and Bower, of this city, has dissolved partnership, effective the first of the year. The members of the firm were W. K. Warner and Clem Bower, and they are now engaged in winding up their partnership business affairs. Both are popular and very competent men in their line. Mr. Warner retains his old office on lower Main street, it is understood, and Mr. Bower plans to open up a shop of his own PLUMBING mentioned in the Hustonville letter, this issue. Mrs. reejfiirjjierlylive'd-hareas well as at Hustonville. A dispatch said of her death: "Mrs. Ruth Green, 52, years old, wife of P. W. Green, a cafe proprietor, died after a long illness. Besides her husband, Mrs. Green Is survived by a daughter Mrs. William Wright and a son, Liberty Green, both of Lexington; a sister, Mrs. Molly Vandiver, of Harrodsburg and two brothers, Winter and William Wright, of Oregon. The remains were taken to Hustonville for interment. NEWS OF CHURCHES There will be preaching at the Hubble Christian church Sunday, January 9th. All are inivted. at once. RELATED TO MANY HERE Mrs. Margaret Robinson Dunn died at the home of her son, George B. Dunn near Danville last week. She was 69 years of ape and related to many prominent Lincoln county people. She was a nath e of Garrard but had been living in Danville until recently she went to Fort Worth, Texas, to visit a daughter. She came back on a visit to her son when she was stricken with her fatal illness. Mrs. Dunn was a widow of the late Henry Dunn and a life-lon- g Christian church. member of the FORMERLY LIVED IN STANFORD Allen N. Bently, 65, who was foreman of the L. & N. wrecking crew when the division was at Rowland a number of years ago, died suddenly at the home of his daughter Mrs. R. A. Sparks in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Mr. Bently had made his home in Louisville for a number of years and had served 30 years as a shop fore- man for the railroad, having lately retired. Besides Mrs. Sparks', he is DEATH AT McKINNEY. survived by his widow, Mrs. MargarHannibal Haynes, aged 38 years, et Bentjey, and daughters, Mrs. W. died at his home at McKinney Tues H. Satterfield and Mrs. Lee Webb. day, January 4th, after a long ill- He was buried in Louisville. ness of tuberculosis. He was buried next day after services by J. C. JESSE CARPENTER ON THE JOB The new electric street lights at McClary. Mr. Haynes was not mar- Junction City have been put in operA great many people, regardless Tied. He had many warm friends, ation and the old town now presents of politics are urging Wilson to apwill regret to learn that he is a metropolitan appearance. A pic- point Taft to fill the vacancy on the no more. ture show has opened up and is do- Supreme Court bench. ing a nice business. Mr. Henry JANUARY'S "SLOWING UP" near town has had his house OUR JITNEY OFFER This and Sc. Winter indoor life, heavy food and wired and is using electricity for DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this irregular exercise cause a dull, tired lighting. The line to Junction City slip, enclose with five cents to Foley Foley Cathartic Tablets is proving a great convenience to the & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your reeling. flone up the stomach and bowels, farmers residing on the Hustonville name and address clearly. You will liven up the liver, cleanse the sys road. They not only have the advan receive in return a Vrial package con tem and give the light, free feeling tages of electricity for lighting but taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com- )f proper digestion and good health. for the operation of motors for feed pound, for coughs, colds and croup, ( not gripe or nauseate. ooia ev cutters and similar necesities. Dan-- j Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathar- c erywhere, ville Advocate. tic Tablets. Sold everywhere. Or-ma- n, , Presbyterian church: Sunday Jan. 9: 11 o'clock The Communion Service. At 7 p. m., subject: My Life Only a Link in the Chain but a Real Addition. Sunday school 9 :30 A. M. C. E. society 6:30 P. M., topic Why Join the Church? Eph. 3:8-2Regular services ,ati the Baptist church Sunday at the usual hours. Dr. Early has been a grip victim this week but hopes to be able to preach Sunday. News of the resignation of Dr. W. D. Powell, as secretary of the Baptist State Board, was a great shock to members of the denomination all over the state. Rev. M. D. Early, pastor of the Stanford Baptist congregation, and who is a member of the State Board, is of the opinion that Dr. Powell will reconsider his determination to resign. k Presbyterian services beginning Wednesday evening, Jan. 12: on this date the pastor will begin a study of Old Testament characters as follows: Abraham the Pioneer; Abraham the Friend of God; Isaac the Home Lover; Jacob the Ambitious; Joseph the Man of Hope; Moses the Royal Pupil; Moses, God Almighty's Pupil; Moses the Man of God; Joshua the Determined; Gideon the Courageous. 1. mid-wee- $1.50 A YEAR TOBACCO SALES will be the price of tne Interior JourMayor Recommends 10c Reduction nal in the future when a subscription HIGH DANVILLE To New City Councilmen is not paid. for a year in advance. A great many subscriptions expired on The first meeting of the new city January 1st. Bring in your dollar at Lincoln County Crowers Among Those Who Get Big Figures For councilmen was held Thursday night, once or send it in, and save fifty when the body formally organized cents. No exceptions will be made Their Weed Crops. and fixed the; tax rate for a year. In to this price. The I. J. is now $1.50 his message to the council, Mayor A. a year to all who do not pay their Top prices have been the rule on B. Florence recommended that the subscriptions for a year in advance. the Danville tobacco market this red another 10c on week, when the weed had any degree perty, having been TRIED TO RUN WRONG NIGGER of quality. Some record prices were 65c last year by the made, several Lincoln crop owners there being at pre-- f Milledgeville Boy Makes It Hot For being the ones who secured the high $4,000 in the city figures. Growers who sold their Bunch of Liberty Coons Tnfi'mliprR- , hnwovpr , iresnmKa weed elsewhere are being disappointconcluded to let the rate remain the Denis Tucker, the colored black- ed it is said, that they did not sell on same as last year without making a smith at Milledgeville, was assaulted the Danville market, and a great They meet again to- at Liberty last week by a gang of amount of tobacco has been poured reduction. night to elect officials. Chief inter- colored men there who tried to run into the market there this week when est will center-- in the bidding for the him away from the home of the the growers saw what Col. Dunn was city's deposit, Mayor Florence ap- dusky damsel upon whom he was doing to get the prices. pointed the following committees of calling. When the crowd began to John Carter, of Lincoln county, the councilmen: sold a basket of 80 pounds of tobac 'play too rough, Tucker unlimbered Street Councilmen Tveinhart and his .38 and struck one of the bunch co on the Danville breaks Tuesday W. B. Hill. with a bullet in the mouth, and it at 55 cents a pound, the highest price '.Finance Councilmen Rupley and came out between his ear and chin. paid for a basket in Kentucky since Harry Hill. The wound was nothing serious, as the season opened the first of DeSanitation Councilmen Hocker it is said the man went to work the cember. Mr. Carter's whole crop and O'Bannon. next day. Tucker gave bond for his brought an average of $33.56 per appearance in court and was back hundred, the highest crop average iTOOK APPENDICITIS QUICKLY. home next day for business at his yet recorded on any market in the A telegram was received from shop. The Liberty negroes are said state. Many other high averages Charlottesville, Va., Wednesday af- - to have been in the habit of trying were made. Eighty thousand pounds .ternoon stating tbnt Thomas Cole to "run" visiting yojng bucks who were sold and the floor average was but the next time over 12 cents a pound. Berry and man, of this city, a student at the came University of Virginia, had been they go after one it is pretty certain Brooks, of Lincoln county, sold 2270 stricken with a serious attack of ap- that they won' tackle him if he is pounds at an average of 18 cents; pendicitis and had undergone an op- from Milledgeville and especially if Rogers & Spragens, of Casey couneration. The attack came upon the his name is Denis Tucker. Tucker is ty, got an average of 15 cents for young man very suddenly. It has a quiet, well behaved negro and has 1,635 pounds; Glass & Mullins repnly been a few days since he left a great many friends among the ceived an average of $15.10 per hundred for 2,840 pounds; Robinson & his home here, to the univer-sit- white people. Webb, of Boyle county, received an in good health apparently, and with not an ache or pain. He had TWO LOCAL ALFALFA GROWERS average of 12 cents for 5900 pounds. The above are only a few of the gust finished the football season in many high averages recorded this Alfine shape. Latest news from the Prominent in Meeting of State week. Ballard & Hill, of Garrard falfa Meeting at Lexington. bedside of the young man is that he county received an average of $14.60 js recovering nicely from the effects Two Lincoln county alfalfa grow- per hundred for 3,360 pounds and ofTthe operation, and is expected to ers were prominently recognized at Jess Martin of Lincoln county, got soon, be himself again. the meeting of the Kentucky Alfalfa an average of 15 cents for 800 Growers' Association at Lexington pounds. MRS. CARSON LOSES SISTER this week. Mr. W. P. Givens of near Everett Carson of Lincoln county, Mrs. Nannie Jennings, sister iity, was elected sold the following baskets: Mrst W. A. Carson, of Stanford, di he association, and he and 185 pounds, at '...$15.75 at her home on the Buckeye pike ight, of this city were 160 pounds, at $31.00 Garrard county Thursday mornin the executive committee. 160 pounds, at :.$39.00 Mrs7 Jennings, before hgr marriag' gton Herald said that the 385 pounds, at $28.00 wasMiss Nannie Yantis. She ma ade by Mr. Givens on his 215 pounds, at $16.75 riecTJiussell Jennings, who died 3j raisyag-alfalf- tj was ont' of 30 pounds, at $11.00 :yeara 2ftOT?nwWas,xtiyeaiH oi agi es of the, meeting. The AVERAGE $25.31 aria a.liljte-lon- g member of the Chn: d: The annual meeting Robert Hutchinson, of Boyle countian church. One son, Harvey, sur tucky Alfalfa Growers' ty, sold the following baskets: vives. She was a splendid woma: at the Kentucky Agricul- - 255 pounds, at $20.75 in every way and many friends an periment Station was fea 260 pounds, at $14.25 loved ones will mourn that she is no tured by an address delivered by W. 200 pounds, at $13.00 more. Mrs. Carson and family were P. Givens, of Stanford. Mr. Givens 460 pounds, at. S23.00 with her and attended the funeral. gave many important side lights on 430 pounds, at $16.75 the raising and curing of the plant. 300 pounds, at $16.50 BOYLE WOMAN GOES TO PEN In a very forceful manner he de- 475 pounds, at $14.75 of the 230 pounds, at Mrs. Hattie Henson, of Danville scribed the preparation $ 9.75 was given a sentence of three years seed, and the cutting and curing of 245 pounds, at $ 9.50 in the penitentiary at her trial in the the hay. He told of his actual ex- 100 pounds, at $13.75 Boyle circuit court this week on the perience in recent years in curing the 70 pounds, at. $ 7.75 charge of killing Robert Crouch a alfalfa so that it would retain the AVERAGE $15.58 neighbor, last August. Crouch com- light green color which is very esPeavyhouse & Son, of Lincoln plained about Mrs. Henson's dogs sential in commercial hay. The grow county, sold the following: which howled at night and kept him ers in western states have always 35 pounds, at S17.75 awake.. A quarrel ensued and the been very successful along this line 265 pounds, at...". $20.50 man followed Mrs. Henson to her and some thought it impossible for 70 pounds, at $36.00 door when she shot him through the Kentucky farmers, because of cli- 290 pounds, at $24.50 matic conditions, to be able to do so. 40 pounds, at heart. $16.25 Secretary T. F. Bryant, in his re- 230 pounds, at $16.25 port, told of three new clubs with 265 pounds, at HUSTONVILLE $15.75 foiiy-nin- e membeis having been ad30 pounds, at $12.50 A most enjoyable affair was the ded, making a total of fourteen clubs 240 pounds, at. $15.00 six o'clock dinner given by Mr. Ju- in the organization. A $ 7.25 lian Riffe on Tuesday evening, Dec. order for seed was placed for 3,600 125 pounds, at AVERAGE $18.00 28, to about two dozen of ,his barrels of alfalfa seed, after the George Cutsinger, of Boyle county friends. The table and dining room careful testing of a large number were artistically decorated in holly of samples submitted. A very low sold the following baskets: $10.75 and the Christmas colors and a beau- price was secured and seed of ex- 325 pounds, at g ..$15.25 tiful as well as thoroughly high germinating value 310 pounds, at ceptionally four-courdinner was were obtained. One pamphlet on 160 pounds, at. $20.00 served, first to the younger set $21.00 production has 210 pounds, at the subject of alfalfa 170 pounds, at. sweet young maids and strong young been issued. $17.00 225 pounds, at $14.75 lads and next to the friends of enThe following officers for the 230 pounds, at age. At the end of the din- suing year were elected: u ..$14.50 L ...$12.00 ner each guest was asked to draw a of 250 pounds, at President Hughes Farmer, J ..$ 8.00 65 pounds, at pjg on the back of his or her place Henderson. AVERAGE $16.31 card and Miss Annie Floyd was givW. P. Givens, of Strevers & Tarkington, r f Boyle en the prize for being the best art- - Stanford. isti in the "pig" line. After dinner Secretary T. R. Bryant, Lexing- county, sold the following, baskets: 205 baskets, at .l.$13.75 evening was most pleasantly ton. the 205 pounds, at spent in conversation and instrumen$15.75 C. F. Kleiderer, of Henderson, music. All expressed and W. P. Givens, of Stanford, were 200 pounds, at $14.25 tal and vocal $19.75 thanks to Mr. Julian Riffe and his chosen the members of the Executive 260 pounds, at charming mother for a most delight- Committee for two years. S. Fish- 225 pounds, at. $17.75 $19.75 ful evening. Thore present were : er, E. E. Barton, J. Field and Wil- 225 pounds, at $23.50 Misses Viola jBeagle, Malinda Ware, liam Bright were elected members of 265 pounds, at, 70 pounds, at $12.00. Annie Floyd Rob'erta Blain, Nellie the committee for the next year. 310 pounds, at $12.25 Allen, Helen Petrey, Angie Carpen275 pounds, at. $ 9.25 ter, Mrs. Mayme Powell, Mrs. Will Mrs. George Ruble, 48, died at her $12.75 Hocker, Mrs. John Riffe, Messrs. home in the Buena Vista section of 300 pounds, at $ 8:00 Reed Conway, Dunn Sandidge, Rog- Garrard of pneumonia. Her husband 115 pounds at. AVERAGE $14.00. er Hicks, Luel Steele, Walton Riffe, and four children survive. Sam Lusk, Will Hocker, John Riffe, An effort is being made to get 'a Sr., Dr. Childress, Dr. June Riffe, Champ Clark declines to run for colony of 300 Belgian refugees to loWilliams. governor of Missouri. cate in the Kentucky mountains. ON HIS BACK. DOWN HAD CROUP. girl six years old COLD WEATHER ACHES & PAINS "About two years ago I got down "I have a little on my back," writes Solomon who has a good deal of trouble with Many aches and pains, sore musFlat-Rive- r, Mo. "I got a 50c croup," writes W. E. Curry, Evans-vill- e, cles, stiff joints and much rheumabox of Foley Kidney Pills and they Ind. "I have used Foley's Hon- tism attributed to cold weather have straightened me right up. I recom- ey and Tar, obtaining instant relief their first cause in failure of the kidmend them to all, who have kidney for her. My wife and I also use it neys to properly eliminate waste trouble." Rheumatic aches and pains, and will say it is the best cure for a matter, from the system. Foley Kidsoreness and stiffness, sleep disturb- bad cold, cough, throat trouble- and ney Pills tone up weak and diseased ing bladder, trouble, yield quickly ,to croup that I ever saw. Sold every- kidneys," giving prompt relief from '' Foley Kidney Pills. Sold everywhere. where. ., aches and pains. Sold everywhere. ?. AT - re-ent- y, iH vice-pres- iHiaM palate-satisfyin- se ma-tur- er Vice-Preside- nt , . Dr-Ow- en SIX-YEAR-O- Be-quet- te, - 5 x Page Two tTHe Interior Journal, Stanford,' Kentucky: Friday, January 7, 1916 MRS. P. W. GREEN PASSES AWAY short attack of 'bronchial pneumonia. She had been in failing health for a " number of years and all treatment seemed is coming. We have now a new supply of given her sufferer, futile. She was a constant and nothing seemed to do her any good, only for Central House, D. W. Scott, Manager, Phone 791 short spells. She bore her suffering Planters House, J. Leslie Knight, Manager, Phone 1 704 with great endurance up to her dying hour. She is survived by herhus Lexington House No. 1 John L. Buckley, Phone 3332 band and one son, Dundee. Lexington House No. 2 and George M. Ballard, Mgrs., Phone 719. relatives and friendrs Wh&P r , Lexington. Mr. and ,, , Low Top Shoes, Medium Tops ; and merly resided at I oales on our market opened the holidays very much stronger conducted the old W on colory smokers and good red fillery tobaccos. The advance on High Tops these are weather beatres. before it was burned." The heartfelt sympathy of this community goes out these being from $2.00 to $3.00 per hundred, while common tobacco Heavy Kersey and Corduroy Suits for Men husband and son. to the bereaved continued very strong at the closing prices. Clell McAninch, a well known auto The Lexington market has sold to date 4,984,320 pounds an avdriver of McKinne station, had a YOLTWILL NEED THESE breakdown on public square here erage of $ 1 0.27. This is $2.0 1 per hundred above the general average Friday evening by starting at last of last year. Beyond doubt this makes the Lexington market the full speed from Riffe Bros.' supply highest and largest Burley market in the world. tank. He struck the end of a conwheel crete 'culvert with rear right Owing to weather conditions the stripping season is much later of his auto and broke the axle. Will than it has ever been since the Lexington market was established and Riffe moved it to his auto hospital for repairs. the big bulk of the crop is yet to be marketed. No doubt the receipts Casey county, Jesse Nunnelley of from now on will be very heavy The Lexington Tobacco Warehas rented the farm in the suburbs house Co., by having Four Sales Houses will be able to handle your of McKinney, known as the Boyle Reed farm for 1916, from Dr. Henry tobacco with very little delay. No matter how big the rush may be we Nunnelley of Winchester, and has will have a sale in one or more of our houses EVERY DAY. moved to same. We have competent and experienced tobacco men to look after Walter Owsley left Saturday for posiNewcastle, Ind., in search of a the sale of your tobacco and get you the highest market value. By calltion there.ing them over any of the above phone numbers you can find out just A. C. Dunn of Wilmore, was here Saturday in the interest of a real eswhen you can unload and what day you will'get a sale. tate deal. He spent Saturday and OUR MOTTO IS: PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE Sunday with his boys at Mrs. Nellie Campbell's on the Stanford pike. The same strong, serviceable Ford Rev. A. H. Bauph has been emcar but at a lower price. The Ford ployed for another year to preach which is giving satisfaction to car, 1KCOEPOBATID more than 900,000 owners, has a for the Christian church here. The utility and economy that record for action was taken by a unanimous is worthy of your attention. Two vote of that congregation. and two make four there wouldn't Mrs. Emmett McCormack has been be so many Ford cars if they didn't YES, SANTA CAME TO SEE US. Mother Nature the Christmas holidays. give such splendid service. Prices quite ill for several" days with a se- for Dudley Grubbs, of Frye's Creek, lower than ever. Runabout, $390; On Christmas Day, the good peovere attack of grip, out is consideraTouring Car, $440; Town Car, $640, near- Cochran's store, has moved to' ple of the community of Moreland, Makes Her Gift bly better at this writing. f. o b., Detroit, Mich. On sale at the farm of Phil Nunnelley near Methodist, Baptist and Christian C. C. Ross, our barber, has been quite ill with grip for a few days. Mr. Stanford, on the Lancaster pike. He churches, made the Methodist preach- Compounds in Her Laboratory ft .r.nn'haTri of Liherfcv has taken care of is a good tobacco man, having al- er and his little family feel someIngredients for the Master most been raised in the business what embarrassed, whfcn one of his customers for a day or so. Medicine, Tanlac. members and her husband, a memyuite a numDer ox cnanges are De- - since his youth. Joseph Hood of Poplar Hill, Casey ber of the Christian church, came to Ing made in our town, of houses and Of all the ailments that affect hucounty, sold to W. C. Floyd, on the see them on date above mentioned, manity, chronic dyspepsia probably is vrooms. and brought all manner of good the most common. Its causes and FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY i. We now have four empty resi- - Stanford pike, a pair of coming things. We had 'ieen looking for characterizations are many. Skilled old mules for $350. - thiscity forf rensome iidences,din Phone 203 Tires Accessories Storage Repairing i5 thing unusual for his tihiipf 'the R. R. King, of Poplar Hill, passed Santa all the forenoon, and had al- specialists have been unable to cope , , thru, here Thursday with a pair jof most given up hopes, but as luck with this almost universal malady, 4year. S. Robinson has .been on Mrs. S. work mare mules he would have it, they came about noon but mother nature, who .after all, is i the sick list with grip for several days had sold Mr. Dooley of Bradf ords-- and left sitting on the porch of the the ideal physician n combination past. They were extra parsonage, a box thati valued about with skill in chemistry, has comville, for $375. $15.00. After the party left, and the pounded in her inexhaustible labor.Dr. Chase packed his goods fine ones. preacher and his family had a chance atory a marvelous remedy for this morning, preparatory to "going Squire Gann sold to James H. to go through the contents of the trouble. to Lexington. Yo'well, ten head of hogs, averaging A lecturer would use hours to deJ. L. Conway left Saturday for Phil 230 pounds, at $5.55 per hundred. box, the natural embarrassment somewhat wore off, and not only scribe the sufferings that dyspepsia adelphia, Pa., for his place of busiElijah Moore, of Liberty, was members of the church gave, but brings. Dyspeptics become listless, It is all heat. There is none better. ness, after a pleasant visit to his son, here one day last week on business. some who were not members. May then morbid, are.melancholy over litReid and other relatives. His headIf you order Rex you get It makes no clinkers. Mr. T. C. Back and bride, were the Lord bless the donors and everyquarters here were at James Reid's. tle things, have whimsical ideas, perI am sole agent for Rex. here last Thursday, greeting rela- one that has helped us in any way, haps "grouchy" is a better word, aside Rex. D. Frye and family, of Hedge-vill- e, H. good- and may He help us to be a blessing were the guests of his father, tives and friends and bidding from the nervous physical suffering, It does not soil your hands. See what I give with each bye before leaving for their home in to them. This makes our fourth year and, with appetite gone, sleep fitful, A. M. Frye, of Riffetown. each $1 spent with me. It makes no soot. on the Moreland charge and they dizzy spells and nausea frequent, life Joe Gann sold to James H. Yowell New Castle, Ind. The Xmas day nuptials of Miss have never forgotten the preacher hardly seems worth living. two sows and 12 pigs for $50; and C. Back and family and also his faithful litPhonerRes. 73,0flicell8-Jshoats at Lucile Dinwiddie and Mr. T. eight head of Tanlac seems to almost instantly of Newcastle, Ind., were solemnized tle mare that hauls us from place to check this distressing condition.and 5 c. parsonage at place. It is indeed a kind people to to restore a healthy, normal appetite, Postmaster George D. Weather-for- d at the Christian church Hustonville and not at Moreland as serve. Yours in Christ, Enos Wag- bring good, restful sleep,and banish made a visit to Stanford Friday given in this letter last week. goner, Moreland, Kv. on business. that tired, nervous feeling in short, A reunion of J. P. Riffe's on the Squire Grubbs, of Kidd's Store, to restore the stomach to the habit Liberty pike last Wednesday was a Friday on business. was here of doing a full day's work and doing kin-folV. B. Morse and wife, are now grand affair. Most all there were Mr. it well. and a good spread had been housekeepTanlac is now being introduced in comfortably arranged for set for the occasion which was enStanford, at Penny's Drug Store, ing and will be gald to have their where it is being explained daily to many friends here call and see them joyed by all. HIGHEST PRICES PAID We are extremely sorry to hear ft scores of men and women. any time. YowRemittance Mailed on Day of the illness of Uncle Hardin George Dinwiddie of Moreland, Shipment is Received Stockholders' Meeting. was here last week looking after ell, of Bradfordsville, who has had JHH Avery Chill are Plows paralysis. He No Commission to Pay Oliver Chill and The regular annual meeting of the some property he has for rent this the second stroke of was a frequent visitor here to relaWrite fcr Price Lift aad stockholders of the National Bank year. Shipping Tags Sub-So- il tives and friends and was always P is a Valuable Addition Attachment A of Hustonville, will be held on the Fox Caldwell, of Boyle county, M. Sabel & Sons second Tuesday in January next, at passed through here Friday morning jolly with everyone with whom he relaTry One on Guarantee 10 o'clock a. m. at their banking with a lot of men on his Way to the came in contact. He Is a near Incorporated Eitibtuoed 1856 tive of F. M. Yowell of Hustonville. house in Hustonville, Ky. J. H. Hoc- Lyondale stock farm of G. C. Lyon, LOUISVILLE. KY. E. V. Carson, out on the Stan100 ker. Cashier. on Middleburg pike. Mr. Caldwell T 'take back with hin 180 head of ford pike, sold 1035 pounds of towill an cattle which he will feed for the bacco at the Danville market at per hundred. It 1916 market. He alsA had a large average of $14.40 land GO TO-herd, down on the Hanging Fork was raised on a short acre of his that were driven to his farm in Boyle on Miss farm. May Hayes, of Perry-vill- e, Lula county last week. has been the guest of .the NunJoe Gann sold to wt D. Nave, the work nelley family near Peyton's Well. miller, a coming Opposite the Court-Hous- e, D. J. Newbern arrived home Frifor1, $192.50. N She was a mare mule day from Knoxville, where he had No. 1 good one. been on a visit to his daughter. , Theodore Moser,"buL on the LiberJoe Will Rout is moving to the ty pike, is nursing a very bad hand farm this week, ht rented east of Try a Gallon of that Open Kettle New Orleans Mo caused by a small scratch about Moreland. s have stocked lasses and a Box of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour three weeks ago. RifFe & Williams James M. Hall left Saturday for hospital with a large line Phoue No. 168. New Castle, Ind., where he holds a their auto the spring trade. good position with the Maxwell Mo- of repairs for tor Car Company. He had been home Weather Rubber and Leather Footwear Sam Robinson, Stanford Wet Well Known Lady Who Conducted Hotel at Hu'stonville, Is Dead. Hustonville, Jan. 6. Mrs. E. W. Green, aged 52, died at her home in Lexington, after a Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED JAMES C. STONE, President JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President THOMAS H. SLATER, Secretary & Treasurer r Extra arter at a but - ft&fcii''g&tti- Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. - l$Eis H..C. ANDERSON, Stanford! -- -- 4-y- ar Tf f eight-year-o- ld r WHY BURN REX? . N. W. FOWLE. 100-pou- nd l-2- Plowing Season Is On Hand Now the a ks III J 2-- 111 111 pS W. H. Higgins, Stanford J -- We Have Just Received ou First Car of T. D. NEWLAND'S five-year-o- ld FRESH GROCERIES COKE STANFORD, KENTUCKY Try a Small Load in Your Furnace or Hall i Stove. Will Hold Fire Fine. Price $4 per ton. Phone No. 11 Obfo. City sf TdeJo. Lucas County; ss. Frank J. Cheney mates oatli that he is senior partner of tlii firm of P. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County ana State aforesaid, and that said jQrm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. jtatt of Florida - Cuba - New Orleans -- IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY TRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Cth day of December. A. D., lbsu. Seal. A.W. GLEASON. -1 m Notary Public. and Hall's Catarrh Cure lai taken internally surcts directly upon the b'ood 'and mucous faces of the system. Sea4 tee testimonials, CO.. Toledo, O. P. J. CHENET Sold by all Druggists, jlSc. Take HaU'a Family KH tee caseation. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS LONG RETURN LIMIT. ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. STOP OVERS. I H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, HI Ejut Main' Street, --W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, ---- FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE - Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio ,. i "if jfl ' si' "i i- - 1 , I- -. 'VjS '..f 7, 1916 y The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January Page Three KIDD'S STORE. MASON'S GAP. Cleon Camden bridged some of the Quite a number in this communi-ty.ar- e canyons and filled enough of the gulsuffering very badly with ches of the turnpike to permit San- colds. S g M M M M M M Rheumatism! How is rheumatism recognized? Some have said Rheumatism is a dull pain. Rheumatism is a sharp pain. 3 ft w M M M Rheumatism Rheumatism Rheumatism All have declared is sore muscles. is stiff joints. is a shifting pain. Rheumatism is Pain. m m m m m Sloan's Liniment applied : The blood begins to flow freely the body's warmth is renewed the congestion disappears the pain is gone. M M M M M M M M M M M Sloan's Liniment KILLS PAIK (GUARANTEED) M M M M Rheumatism and allied pains yield to the penetrating qualities of this warming liniment. m KXMMMMMMMMMMH and perhaps as 'onery one as could be found in the state, is in jail at Liberty as a result of a little shooting match he and Draft Elliott, another gentleman of color had just before the holidays. They are said' to have fired 13 shots without leaving any "wolf sign," as our old friend, Mack Royalty use to put it. F. W. Wall came near being killed Saturday, while working at Garner's Mill on Hillis' Creek, east of Yosemite. He was running the cutoff saw when a piece of slab was caught by the saw and hurled against his stomach with such force that he was thrown back against some timbers of the mill shed. He thought he was dead for a while, but to the surprise of all present he began to breathe again. He had quite an ugly gash cut in his head and other in- TO TRY BOND VOTE AGAIN Another Road Election To Be Called In Casey County. Middleburg, Jan. 6. Petitions for a Vote on the road bonds are being circulated throughout the county, and the question will soon be before the people again. The election will be held in March. By that time the roads cannot be travelled at all, and we are wondering how the people are going to get to the polls. One of the meanest spells of the grip any mortal underwent had its measley clutches on the writer and we were not able to be about and enjoy the late holidays as we would have liked, but we are told that they were the quietest ever seen here belittle. drinking, fore. There-wasb- ut and no disorderly conduct indulged in by anyone. We regret to lose our townsman, S. J. Bell and his excellent wife. Mr. Bell has sold his property here to Greeley Lutes, and will likely move at once. Sam is a good fellow to have around. He puts things to moving. On coming here he purchased the old water mill that had been an eyesore to the town for several years, remodelled and put it in working order. He then installed a light plant that is doing a good business. benefactor. Mr. Bell is an Pete Swann, a gentleman of color, all-rou- nd juries. Fogle went to Danville Thursday, and returned JHonday. ., He, is, one of the executors of the will of his mother, Mrs. Martha Fogle, who died at Danville two weeks ago. The river was up most of last week and the mails were disappointed, as is usually the case here at this C. J. Stockholder Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National Bank will be held on the second Tuesday in January next, at 10 o'clock A. M.t at their banking house in Stanford, Ky. W. M. Bright, Cash99-t- d ier. standing, he was compelled to en cargo by heaving overboard big dumps at roughest grades. Virgil Hogue and wife will remove , to Cincinnati. Riley Edwards and family will t probably tenant their cottage. The few shipments of tobacco from, here have brought pleasing prices and growers are cheerily huixyjng-rnt- s s crops on the breaks. 's Sobriety and san'ty have .supplante booze and bacchanal' ed our yuletide carnival and brutalities of the atmosphere of civilization is exhilarating and inspiring to even the toughs. Day before Christmas was a anniversary at Stapp's Seminary. The principal, Mrs. Virgil Hogue, is a woman of rich magnetism, the idol of her pupils, who probes for their aptitudes and inspires them with delight in study. An interesting, most appropriate program had been arranged for the day. The house was packed and proud parents were delighted by their first revelations of unsuspected tal ents of their little ones. A Christmas tree, studded with gifts for pud pils, and a generous, savory one for audience concluded of the happiest, most inspiring incidents in lives of our school children. The law of compensation insists a sour shall be served after every sweet, and gloom of soon surrendering our superior, most lovable teacher to more fortunate patrons is depressing. Only the superesthetic of our Four Hundred and Fifty think Woodrow and Mrs. Gait should have played the limit of conventions at the altar, but they are measurably consoled by news that our President's daughter, Madame McAdoo, had set seal of her approval on female Beau Brummels flourishing walking canes on their "airings." A young prodigy called for a first reader. Merchant ..handed. hjnx a primer with assurance, "Here is what you want." "I reckon I know what I want, I've done looked at every picture in that primer." Same kid of five years, was overheard asking his sweetheart, "are you reading a serial in a popular magazine?" which he had heard disold-timred-lett- er hand-aroun- ta's rough sledding over this section Mr. and 'Mrs. Brjice Daugherty of his Christmas circuit Notwith- and little children, of Danville, were light- How to Cure Coughs and Golds. - here visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Hooker Sunday. We are sorry to state that little Grace Thompson is critically ill at this writing. Mr. Roy Gerkey, who has a nice position at Buena Vista, arrived Friday to spend some time with his par- at Green River, Aunt Annie Hooker and Miss Pearl Hooker, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. John Hooker. Little Lunette Hurst was tlje guest of her cousins, Misses Miracle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Green, of May-woo-d Keep out of Drafts. Avoid Exposure. Eat and Live Right and Take Dr. King's New Discovery. 5 Just the minute Dr. King'a New Disthe cold germs they begin, to shrivel and die. Your irritation ceases. The cough eases and you begin to get better. Dr. King's New Discovery is jus laxative enough to expel the dead germs covery touches and poisonous secretions. You catch cold because your system is below normal and finds itself unable to throw off the cold germs. To recover you should first take a remedy to kill the germs. Then be careful of your eating. Avoid exposure. Go to bed early and save your strength in every possible way. To kill the germs take Dr. King's New Discovery. The ingredients in Dr. King's New Discovery make it an excellent cough and cold remedy. Don't endure the annoyance of coughs and colds. Don't keep on suffering Don't take the risk of more serious illness. Take Dr. King's New Discovery. Watch your eating and habits. You will find your cough and cold under easy and. natural control and be assured of a speedy recovery. At all druggists. and pretty little daughter, have been spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Burke. Mr. E. L. Miracle and daughter, Miss Hassie Miracle, made a flying trip to Stanford Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hooker were 'the guests of Aunt Annie Hooker Sunday. Mrs. E. L. Miracle and Mrs. H. C. Hurst were out to see Mrs. A. L. Thompson Monday. Mr. W. M. Kirkpatrick and family have moved to the Bailey farm. Miss Cordie Miracle was calling on Miss Pearl Hooker Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Wilson has returned to her home at Pineville after a visit to relatives here. Mrs. W. M. Kirkpatrick is somewhat improved we are glad to state. Miss Elizabeth Davis was the welcome visitor of Mrs. John Hooker HONOR ROLL FOR DECEMBER. Grade. Winfrey Duncan, Sadie Farmer, Nettie Louise Gover, Ruth Masters, Richard Southard, Joe Turpin, Adam Walker, and E. P. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thompson and little daughter, have returned home after spending several days with relatives at Pineville. SAVES DAUGHTER kt At-r- of 'Mttlier m Dck Pr ?eiU Daif fcter't Utfkwly ImL Ready, Ky. " I was not able to do anyttiifljffbr aearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and was down in bed for three months. 1 cannot tell you how I suffered with my head, and with nervousness and womanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had to give it up. We tried another doctor, but he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought it was no use for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good. But I took eleven bottles, and now I am able to do all of my work and my own washing. I thfnk Cardui is the best medicine in the world. My weight has increased, and I look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui today. Delay is dangerous. We know it will help vqu, Jor.it has helped so many thousands of other weak women in the past 50 years. At all druggists. Writt to: Chattanooga Midlclne Co.. Ladies' Advisory Oept. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Sttcial book. "Home Instructhnt qn ycur case and z Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C 126 64-pa- cussed. And Teddy resents Woodrow's recommendation of preparedness which he (Teddy) approves. How prone A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines We are anxious to tee that all lines owned' by. other parties and connected with u are kept in such condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, with them. we want to All lines require a thorough overeauling occasionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with us be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work. The cost of this work when divided among all the patrons of the line, makes the amount paid by each man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the improved service. If the owners of rural telephone lines in this section are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully. We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the condition of your line. co-oper- ate are mediocres to ape megalomaniacs. Woodrow can plead precedent, for Billy Bryan charged Teddy with sneaking a few of his policies, which some one had suggested to the preacher. How To Cure Colds Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat right. Take Dr. King's New Discovery. It is prepared from Pine Tar, healing balsams and mild laxatives. Dr. King's New Discovery kills and expels the cold germs, soothes the ir- On account of my husband's death, I wish to sell my farm of 76 acres, 4 2 miles from Danville on the Hustonville pike, laying between Stanford pike and Shelby City depot. Woods, Jr. i House contains five rooms, hall, panSecond Grade. Beatrice Came-nisc- try, two porches and cellar; never Josephine Belden, Zella Bar-net- t, failing well at kivchen door; two necessary outbuildCharley Blankenship, Louis barns; incrib; allrepair; orchard and ings, good Mershon, Delia Mitchell, Lucille grape vines; 45 acres in grass; 25 in rye and barley, remainder for corn; Dunn and Dollie Walls. Call on Mrs. W. Third Grade. Annelle Carson and churches. City, Ky. , 92-l- L. Murphy, Shelby Irene Livingston, Kalliertne Murphy, James McCormack, Welch Pepples, Small Farm For Sale Eunice Pepples and Sabra K. WalkThe S.R. Jones tract of about er. 65 acres in Milledgeville. It is in a Fourth Grade. Emma Brackett, fine state of cultivation, containing Jennie Barnett, Olga Camenisch, a frame residence of 6 rooms and Irene D. Goode, Thomas Hatcher, all necessary outbuildings. Lee A. Sadie K. Kincaid, James Paxton, Ma- Jones, Chas. R. Jones, S. B. Jones, Ky., ry Louise Stone, Dorothy Tribble and Milledgeville, Ky. Joe E. Wright, 86-- tf Shelby City, Frances Traylor, James Turpin. Fifth Grade. Lee Davis Fisher, Notice to Stockholders. Mabel Masters, Mary Gilbert Powell The regular annual meeting of the and Guy Walden. stockholders and directors of the PeoSixth Grade. Mary Francis ple's Bank of Hustonville will be held Mattie Bellt Kincaid, Adel- on the second Tuesday in January aide Proctor, Frances Fish, Marga- next at 10 o'clock a. m., at their ret Pettus, Lelia Cook Raney, Mar-jor- banking house in Hustonville, Ky. J. 101 Ballou, Katherine Brady, Pearl W. Hoskins, Cashier. Embry and Gladys Arnold. Seventh Grade. Bertha Blanken- ITCHING TORMENTS ship, Lucile Carte", Henry Baugh-ma- n of Eczema, Piles, Itch, Erysipelas,. Hives, Ring Worm. Tetters, Salt and Robert McCormack. Rheum, Barbers' Itch and all other Eighth Grade. Sadie, Wearen, Vie Skin Diseases Gose Smith, Margaret Shans, Sophie QUICKLY RELIEVED Saunders, Patterson Tanner, Mary Frances Cormney, Joe Grimes and ZINLACT SALVE Geo'rge Fleece Farris. Freshman. Hester Anderson, Ma- a prompt and most effective remedy of merit. Will be mailed prepaid to ry Brackett, and May Belle Lyon. any address, 25c for trial size, or $1 Sophomore. Annie Vanarsdale for large size. Descriptive circular Craig, Allie Russell Fish, Nancy K. free. Address E. M. Droz Co., Box McKinney, Annie Rogers Powell, 238, Sim. B., Clereland, Ohio. Clarence Singleton and Gene Wood. Junior. Henley Cash, Joe T. Embry, Matsy Grimes, Nellie Wilson Hill, Ferdinand Matheny and Serena Young. Senior. Bessie Brackett, Lucille REMEDYFORMEN. Dudderar, Shirley Gover, Gertrude AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Gaines and Maggie Rankin. 1-h, m Ma-then- First Small Farm For Sale y, ie ritated throat and allays inflammation. It heals the mucous membrane. Search as you will, you cannot find a better cough and cold remedy. Its use over 45 years is a guarantee of satisfaction. CREEK Kev. Shouse fillet? nis appointment here last Sunday and was appointed pastor for the year. There will be meeting on Friday night before the second Saturday in January. The children's exercises at the school house Christmas Eve was HARRIS Special Sale of Buggies for Thirty Days A I QPOT AT Or U 1 ave a nce assortment Buggies of the best make and will closegthem out AT COST for CASH. JC A QU XiOnof I PUBLIC SALE A Good Business Opportunity. Having decided to quit business, I will on WEDNESDAY, CALL AND SEE E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. JB CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH INOORKRA' COMPANY liM Kit Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all ovar the Unit State and Canada. Conposetl of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. Pureky's Indian Herbe-- 45 Days Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c DakotaJack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c I 1916, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises, located on the head splendid. waters of the Big South Rolling 2 miles west of Huston-vill- e, is a victim of grip. Fork, 4 Willie Benedict Ky., (Ellisburg.) sell to the Allie M. Owens has returned highest and best bidder the followhome after a four month's stay in ing described property: The best different sections of Illinois. Mrs. Riley Vaught, of Milledge-vill- country store stand in the country, cottage; a is recovering from a severe at- consisting of a good home; smoke house; coal tack of pneumonia. Mr. Wm. Gaddis is reported on the house; hen house and all necessary outbuildings. Also blacksmith shop sick list. Miss Sallie Gaddis of Junction and tools. Store building is 25x50. are all in City, has been the guest of relatives feet. Theses-building- s good condition; would be a good lohere. Little Phillip Gr;mm, is visiting cation for a grist or feed mill. Will also sell my stock of general merrelatives in Louisville. Mr. Joe Driesler is able to be out chandise which will amount to about $1,200. This stock is in first class again after a severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Williams condition no stale goods. If you spent from Saturday until Monday want a good business, come and see this. Terms made known on day of with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gordon, of sale. H. Simpson. Owner, R. F. D. Parksville, spent Friday with Mrs. 1, Mpreland, Ky. J. 3. Dinwiddie, 100 Auctioneer. Jack Rice. Alvin Camden, of Indiana, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rice 1-e, JAN. 5th, CD RTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES 7 HfT KHU MWXI neverneed 'repairs, are inexpen sive, joeaunnu ana sronnprvor. , - Welffoirf have fi fe Tf YJflgjP m iiif lllJiHMI 7 wony gdout rne roou wood MjgSfl crack ike slate. or rot like, Thev won't leak. burn. curl snngest nor -- m'iumH'h ; L For Sale by Al WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. J. F. Danneahold, Pres. it George Twyuaaa, J. F. Dannenhold, Jr. Treas. Secretary MAIN STREET TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Incorporated Vice-Preside- nt at this place. vis- Posted Against Hunting MAIN STREET HOUSE Strictly Independent. Dannehold tc. Co., Proprietors. 1124-113- 2 S. E. Corner Main oc Twelfth Street, Louisville, Ky. Storage Four Months Free of Charge Best Light in City. Auction Sales Daily. , Returns Promptly Made. Inspection. Bst MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS MAIN STREET HOUSE AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY BY US . Write for Particulars. , " -- JjjEHI Mrs. Clarkson, of Moreland, ited her daughter, Mrs. L. G. Gaddis We, the undersigned, hereby absoSunday. lutely forbid, under penalty of the Eugene Rice is working at Dry law, any hunting or fishtrig upon our Ridge. premises: Mrs. George W. TREES. John B. Anderson.Geo. L. Sudduth Fruit and Shade Trees, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Jas. McCormack. J. H. Thompson. itoses, Phlox, Peonies and everything . J. W. Baughman J. E. Bruce. for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. We i J. have NOagents-'Ge- t bur'EREEVct 'Mrs J?. Thompson;,!). L..,Thoranson;. Mattie H.' He wee Jas. Smith. F; Hillenmeyer &' $3oiJs, alogup. J. Lexington, ny. Frank Smith. -- Logan. W DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy t ORIGINATOR pF , PURSLETOttfDlANtKKKS Au. OH SALE AT Drug Stwe; Stint sri, Ky. Sbuiars' '' ' Daketa' Jack's Ham A4aWT Atlanta; Gau ". ' 80-tfj- I 'I .A hie-;.- - i- - , - JfeM. V.. ,, V I , i' .1 - " "'','!Wf'Viuumiy., . I" r Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January Fire Marshal, succeeding Cliff Bos- worth, who threatens to sue the governor because he won't appoint him to a job, though Bosworth claims a deal by which he was to receive a 2,500 place. Slap a suit to him, Cliff, and let's hear the whole story, which is about the only way the inside story of tive fleal you made when you pulled Brother Henry out of the governor's race, will ever get to a waiting public. pre-election 7, 1916 The Happy Family Next Christmas will be the one in which every member has received a check from P"Tf? OVERCOATS We have 50 Overcoats in boys and small sizes in men's not this season's styles but the style is good enough for any season. These boys and small sizes in men's have accumulated on our racks we want you to have them we know you need them and we are going to put a price on them that we know will make you buy if you need an overcoat. The quality in them is good much better material than the coats of this season the original price for the boys was $4 to $ 0 the men's $5 to $20. We are going to offer them to you at 50 per cent discount just half their real worth. 1 Our LANDIS ; The Kentucky congressional dele- Christmas Savings Club Imagine how much merrier Christmas will be when everybody has money to make others MERRY It's nice when all have money of their own no disapthere's no asking no coaxing pointments no "broken hearts." Let every Family be gation has endorsed Judge J. M. Benton, of Winchester, to the president for appointment to the Supreme bench to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Justice Lamar. The president, in searching' the country over can find no man better qualified than the Clark county jurist for this eminent position. He has a superbly trained legal mind, is a splendid Christian gentleman, magnificently endowed in every way to adorn the ermine of the highest court in the land. Gov. Stanley offers to lend the legislature all the extra help it needs from the regular capitol force. If enough stenographers, clerks, doorkeepers can be spared from regular forces during the 70 days the solons are there, they can be spared permanently and that many useless and unnecessary offices should be abolished at this session. the Happy Family Next CHRISTMAS Let every one the baby included enroll right away It's the sure way to have 'T the money when you need it If you need an overcoat you can't afford to miss this sale. ' 'H LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, ' - - - KENTUCKY -- Republican members of the legislature protested against the printing of the governor's message in pamphlet form as a piece of extravagance. They were pretty nearly right as every daily newspaper in the state carried it, and half of the copies usually furnished the members to mail out are wasted. Most of the I. "J.'s news today tells of the work of the Grim Reaper. The In Luke McLuke's old joke contest The Joseph Price Sanatorium one fellow has entered the one about DENTIST. the girl who was so cross-eye- d that STANFORD, KY. Mondays, Tuesdays and "Wednesdays when she went to a dinner she ate Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Supt. at Crab Orchard. everything on the plate of the man Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays asLocated on Highcation. Skilful who was sitting next to her. at Stanford. sistants; aseptic rooms, beds, furniOffice In Lincoln Bank Building ture and operating outfit. The best W. W. BURGIN PROFESSIONAL AND of food, nursing, fresh air and sun- hydrotherapy and hot air baths and The Interior electrotherapy. Physicians of Lincoln and adjoinS. M. Saufley Publisher sM ing counties invited to bring their patients, operate and treat them and $1.00 A TEAR STBICyliT IN ADVANCE charge for same. Office in Lincoln r County National Bank building; at- the postoffice at Stanford a second Entered hours from 8 to 12 A.M., 2, 4,8 P. M. ' clots maU matter i A newspaper says that over Surgery, diseases of eye, nose, ear, B. PERKINS was invested in booze in Address all communications to The Interior W. J. Gooch, of Simpson county, throat, gynecology, genito-urinar- y Journal not to tome individual connected DENTIST. organs, rectum and skin. No contawas chosen secretary of the State Colorado the day before state-wid- e with the papar. No matter iow inrpcrtant thej; msy "be, Fair to succeed J. L. Dent. Tom Pan-nel- l, prohibitiorl took effect. Talk about Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building gious diseases admitted. Glasses preunsigned and 3nonrmoug communications to STANFORD, KY. scribed when necessary. Phone 214. of Greenville, becomes State preparedness ! The Interior Journal, are ignored. The name Journal - of the sender s wanted as an evidence of If you cood faith and not for publication. havn something you want to- appear in The Interior Journil, you must sign your name to it. 'Che Interior Journal charges for obituof aries, resolutions of xespect and cards thanks. The rate is five cents a line. The Interior Journal has one of the largest job printing establishments in central Kentucky and vill be glad to figure with anyone on any kind of printing. BUSINESS CARDS mortality in this section during' the past few weeks has been very heavy. In the midst o'f life we are in death T. W. PENNINGTON, and it behooves us all to be ready, DENTIST for we know not whose time it will Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. next. be ' ' Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 $4,-000,0- 00 shine, heat and ventilation; massage; HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Cemetery Hill, Phone 164. Day Phone 95 Stanford, Ky. Cfoscd on Saturday- J 9, ! 2-- 12 Night Phone 186 JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office: Burton's Stable Lancaster, Kentucky January Savin gs For Men Graves, Cox & Company's LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY uurvLuoi uivi OFFERS VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES IN I MADE TO MEASURE SUITS, BLACKS, BLUES and STAPLE PATTERNS INCLUDED i ULAjruiMi ULrAis. 1 iyiilin i i GREAT CLEARANCE SAL Now In rogres 1 In the face of conditions, woolen prices soaring higher daily, this sale of SUITS AND OVERCOATS is of utmost importance. It will probably be many years before good, .dependable clothing will ever be purchased at the prices we are now offering. This is Central Kentucky's Great Selling Event. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUITS, OVERCOATS & RAIN s : : : COATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN AT LOW REDUCED PRICES 1 Lot No. 1 SUITS Reduced to ONLY Lot No. 2 Reduced to Lot No. 3 Reduced to :::::::: all-wo- ol Lot No. 4 Reduced to $ 1 o.oo $ 1 2.50 $ 1 5.oo $ 1 6.SO Lot No. 5 Reduced to Lot No. 6 Reduced to Lot No. 7 Reduced to $20.00 $25.00 seasonable fabrics, the season's approved styles. It is Every Suit, Raincoat and Overcoat in the house included, nothing excepted. Fine a sale to buy a suit and lay is aside for next season, so great are the values. flOur Overcoat stock, the finest in the South, includes long ulsterettes, short English coats, stylish belted back coats, every style that you might want. Materials of vicunas, meltons, Chinchillas, English and Scotch OUR WINDOWS, THEY TELL AN INTERESTING TALE Tweeds. ENTIRE STOCK OF ODD TROUSERS AT BARGAIN PRICES-S- EE Mothers of boys will find bargains . galore in our Juvenile Department on ' our third floor. Suits, overcoats, hats, caps, furnishings, at reduced prices. A GRAVES, COX & CO. INOOBTORATBD Special lines of furnishing goods, caps soft and stiff hats included in this Home of Good Clothing for Men and Boys K great reduction sale. Trunks, steamer rugs, bags, suit cases at 15 per cent off ,S Si r 4 y- r .1 "V It- - -, -- ' g - iS" r--4 ov V i A " n, , y " The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 7, 1916 Heard About Town Condensed Statement of Page Five THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ky., 31, 1915. Stanford, Made December - Bring in that dollar for your subscription to the I. J. when you come to town Monday. H. H. Brandenburg, of Beatty-vill- e, has taken a chair in Ed Wil kinson s Mr. tonsorial uarlors. Brandenburg; worked a short while at Lancaster before coming here. s: Drop In Monday The Lincoln Tl Resources Loans, Stocks and Bonds $251,446.97 U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Banking House & 9,482.85 other real estate Cash & due from .46,326.20 banks Total Liabilities Capital Stock. $ 50,000.00 Surplus earned 28,500.00 Undivided profits 941.20 Fund to pay taxes 600.00 Circulation 49,100.00 Deposits 202,114.82 Bills payable Chief of Police B. D. Carter is able to be out again but is still very lame in the back from his fall at Rowan Saufley's fire. John Meeks made a good special marshal while the chief wasjaid up. s, Pharmacy (Formerly Shugar's Drug Store) i 26,000.00 Total $357,256.02 $357,256.02 The Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand dollar for another year says: "Enclosed find a dollar for your most excellent paper for another year. I can't well do without it." Presiding Elder C. H. Greer, of Danville, was here with Rev. W. D. Welburn Thursday, and from here The I. J.'s good friend David Elder, Jr., of Quail, in sending in a MOST CORDIALLY INVITES ITS COUNTRY FRIENDS TO COME IN WHEN THEY COME TO TOWN MONDAY, COURT DAY. WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT YOU CAN ALWAYS MAKE THIS DRUG STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS; MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE; LEAVE-- YOUR BUNDLES AND USE OUR TELEPHONE, We have paid taxes and expenses, declared payable on dedividend of mand, and there will remain $941.20 to Undivided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. The bank will pay 3 interest per annum, compounded January 1st, and July 1st, on "Savings Accounts, and One Dollar ($1.00) will open an account. The bank also pays terest on Time Certificates. The Bank solicits accounts both small and large, and from the young and old; and promises prompt and faithful attention to all business intrusted to it. semi-annual 3, Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we are, very truly, President J. S. HOCKER HARRIS H. C BAUGHMAN W. W. SAUNDERS, J. R. HARRIS S. T. 2 Vice-President left on a three weeks' tour through the mountains of eastern Kentucky, visiting the various Methodist churches. WE ARE NOW MAKING A SPECIALTY OF PRESCRIPTION WORK, USING ONLY THE PUREST OF DRUGS. DR. CRAIG GIVES EACH PRESCRIPTION HIS MOST CAREFUL PERSONAL ATTENTION. PHONE US YOUR WANTS. : : : : Cashier Ind.-Bookkeeper Bookkeeper John C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, C. R. Coleman, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Rcid, Wm. Beck, H. C. Baughm-n- , J. M. Pettus, W. G. Gooch, J. C. Eubanks, Directors. Lafon Riker, the well known in surance expert of Harrodsburg, was here Thursday to inspect the loss sustained by Rowan Saufiey in the fire at his residence last Friday night. Mr. Riker was accompanied here by Mrs. Riker. The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor STANFORD, KENTUCKY- Today's Best Bargains times. Mrs. W. H. Underwood, of Hubble, is still very low. County Attorney W. S. Burch is It is a grave mistake for mothers to n$J-letheir aches and pains and suffer fn still quite ill at the home of his silence this only leads to chronic sick- his mother. ness and often shortens life. Mrs. C. W. Givens, of Corbin, was If your work is tiring; if your nerves are excitable; if you feel languid, weary or the guest of Mrs. Hallie Perkins this depressed, you should know that Scott's week. Emulsion overcomes just such conditions. Mesdames T. W. Jones and J. W. It possesses in concentrated form the Tery elements to invigorate the blood, Clark have been grip victims this Strengthen the tissues, nourish the nerves week. find build strength. Dr. W. A. Wheeler, of Lancaster, Scctt's is strengthening thousands of inothers and will help you. No alcohol. was the guest of friends here early Scott &Bov"t Ploomfield.N.J. in the week. Congressman Harvey Helm re- A WORD FOR MOTHERS ct CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., was a victim of stomach disorders for several years. She lost appetite and her weight fell off. She could not rest at night. -- early in he week. Miss Mary Rout, of the West End Miss Katharine Harris is confined has gone to Corbin, to visit Miss Sal-li- e to her home with grip. Hawkins. Miss Josephine Beazley is conSquire W. M. Fields, of Huston-villfined to her home with grip." spent Wednesday in Lexington Mrs. W. W. Saunders, was a e on business. of the grip this week. Senator R. L. Hubble is back from Mrs. Isa Tucker has been on the Frankfort, where he saw the legislasick list for several days. Mrs. T. L. Terry, or Ludlow, has ture start to work. Kelly G. Francis and family, of been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Middlesboro, have moved here to Wm. Denham, at McKinney. Mrs. Alfred Pence is just recov- their cottage on Logan avenue. Mr. Thomas Shanks, of Columbus, ering from a severe attack of the Georgia, came up to attend the bus Bohon, prominent mule rial of his mother, Mrs. Lou Shanks. Mrs. E. C Jordan is back from a Frank Wientjes, near Ottenheim, buyer of Lebanon, was in this city visit to Dry Ridge. returned home Thursday after a Wednesday. .Mrs. Fred Garnett is unable to be week's visit to friends at Ottenheim. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Wilkinson Mrs. W. R. Rice, who has been vis- and children went, to Lancaster out on account of an attack of the iting Mrs. Susan Yeager, returned Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bookgrip- Heath Severance was unable to re- to her home at Louisville Wednes- er Wilkinson. turn to Millersburg on account of day. Mrs. Sara A. Hubble, of Jumbo, Attorney W. B. Hansford, of Crab accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. sickness. Mrs. Annie VanArsdale and Miss Orchard, and Dr. W. D. Edmiston, Wm. Denham, of McKinney, were in Anna D. McRoberts are on the sick county coroner, were down from the town shopping Wednesday. East End on business Thursday. list this week. Mrs. W. T. Davis, of Pineville, Lee Perkins is said to be showing C. Reynolds, popular operator J. was the guest here this week of her at the depot here, is back again after some Improvement. He is being giv- - brothers, Messrs. W. L. and J. M. j en osteopathic treatment now by Dr. a two weeks' vacation. McCarty and families. R. C. Arnold, a well known stock Slavm, of Danville. Mr. Arthur Coff'iy, who has been Mrs. Alice Pickett, of Shelbyville, trader has moved into the property confined to his room with the grip, is here with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. of Mrs. JVIalinda Stone. Mr. J. L. Beazley and Mr. G. E. ' Severance, having come for the fun- - is able to return to his duties at McRoberts & Bailey. Masters went to Cincinnati Friday on ; eral of her sister, Mrs. Lou Shanks Allan Traylor has moved from his Miss Jean Paxton, who has been ill business. P. H. Cormney left this week for during the holidays is able to be up , former location near Rowland, to Bradfordsville to spend some time and her many friends hope to see her the house recently occupied by Bruce Fagaly on Lancaster street. with his brother, J. J. Cormney. at school soon. Mrs. Ida Mundy, the dress-make- r, who has been living at Rowland, has www i moved to the rooms over W. H. Hig-gin- s' store. Miss Belle Denny, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Givens in the country, returned Wednesday and her brother, R. G. Denny, spent the day with her. e, vic-timgrip-Charle, Personal and Social turned to his duties at Washington restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid she was afraid that it could be only temporary. So she 'waited from September, when she took. the remedy, until the following February to pass judgment.' Then she wrote: "I write you in regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have in five years. "My weight was 127 pounds; now it is 1472, aud'I can eat anything I want I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle o your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if ndt satisfactory money will be returned. She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy just a few doses and found herself J imiimhi i iiiiiiiui mam Since I Began Taking Peruna I Weigh 120 Pounds for the First Time in My Life. My former weight was 102 lbs. My Mother who is 76 Years Old Had Grown so Weak She could scarcely walk. She also took Peruna and is fleshier arid looking well. --- Aa Old entuckv Home from Frankfort when the legislature adjourned over on TTednesday till Monday in order to give time for the appointment of the various commit tees. J. E. Inman, a nephew of Messrs. W. L. and J. M. McCarty, stopped over for a short visit with them Wednesday en route to Little Rock, Ark., from Pineville, where he spent, the Christmas holidays with relatives. Mr. Inman is engaged in making moving pictures in Little Rock. Claiborne Walton left last week for Bedford City, Va., to, school. His sister, Miss .Iiucy Lee Walton is spending several.days with Miss Lyle Cooper before going- to Harrodsburg to join her father, and make her future home. "re-ent- er - Hon. W. G. Gooch returned home ? The People's Marks; Place Advertise What You Have to Sell Rout, of Detroit, Mich., who has a fine position as grader for the WANTED position as foreman or-.- j help hand on farm; have had lots of J. B. Bagley Tobacco Co., has been LOST. Two auto chains. Reward farm experience of all kinds; will go at Tiome on" a visit to his parents. anywhere; best, of references; write for return to this office. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rout, of the or see A. E. Hallsted, Waynesburg, West End, during the Christmas holR. F. D. No. 4, Ky. 3 FOR RENT. Pennington House idays. on East Main street; apply to Dr. T. CLOSE OUT SALE In order to 102-- 3 Greeley Lutes has traded his farm W. Pennineton, Agt. close up our partnership business wc near Turnersvillc to Sam J. Bell, of will on Monday, county court day, Yosemite, formerly of this county, LOST. A brown and white spot- sell to the highest bidder some mares for Mr. Bell's grist mill, electric ted pointer bird dog. Reward for and colts and some work mules. Easy light plant and entire outfit there. return to Ewalt Givens, Stanford. 2 terms. Anderson & McCarty, StanMr. Lutes is advertising a sale in lp ford, Ky. the I. J. of his effect5:, as he wants FOR SALE A folding bed, in to dispose of all his surplus stock good shape and at a bargain. Apply before leaving. Mr. Bell will cor at this office. FOR SALE I will sell publicly 2tf in Stanford on Monday, January 10 dially be welcomed back to Lincoln County Court Day of horses by his many friends. McKinney Can- one a registered stallion by KenFOR SALE.-T- he tucky Choice, the other bay News comes from Washington that ning factory; has always been a mo- by the same famous sire. a They filly are ney maker. Apply to E. J. Tanner, ' 104-t- f Everett Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs McKinney, Ky. coming and nice 104-3'- p ones. T. Messer. Lee Stone, of this city, is making good in fine shape in his place in the ANYONE having a farm or city t government printing office to which Nntir of StnilrTin1iTre' Mx.tn property for sale place It In the hands heisais recently appointed on proba of J. R. Harris at First National The annual meeting- of the stock- - . tion. The young man who is an ex Bank, Stanford, Ky. 95tf holders of the Crab Orchard Bank'-- f pert linotype operator, has demoning Company will be held at their strated that he is easily capable of , banking house in Crab Orchard, KyJ 1 holding down a position in Uncle FOR RENT. Seven room house on the second Tuesday in January, Sam's great print shop, as his many and lot, corner Main and Danville 1916 from the hours of 9 o'clock a. friends back home, felt sure he could streets, for rent. Apply to M. D. do, if given a chance. 3 Elmore, Stanford, Ky. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The creditors of Mrs. Oma L. Proctor are Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Trostle and FOR SALE A few genuine buff requested to mail to the undersigned family moved this week' to their new home in Mercer county, much to the toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rho'de Is- at Louisvivlle, Ky., their claims regret of their many friends here. land Red Cockerels for sale also. against her estate, verified as requirThe New Providence congregation, Mrs. R. H. Crowf Shelby City, or ed by law. Fidelity & Columbia tf 102-- 2 Trust Co., Executor. having sold their manse property, Stanford, R. D., No: 2. have rented a delightful home in the C. B. Leghorn FOR SALE.-- S. outskirts of Salvisa for their new Notice to Stockholders pastor. He will conduct services at roosters and a few dozen hens and The regular annual meeting of the New Providence the first, third and pullets. Extra fine ones. Mrs. R. L. 96-stockholders of the First National Hustonville Ex. fifth Sunday mornings and the sec Berry, Bank of Stanford will be held at ond, fourth and fifth Sunday nights; FOR SALE. 33 acre farm, loca- their banking house in Stanford on and at Salvisa the first and third Sunday nights and the second and ted near Fairview church, on head of the second Tuesday in January 1916 fourth Sunday mornings. The officers Green river, 5 2 miles south of at 10 o'clock. H. C. Baughmau, lOltd of the churches sent over two auto Stanford, near Stanford and Somer- Cashier. to move Mr. Trostle's house set pike. J. C. Florence, Stanford, trucks 2 hold effects. In accepting the calls Ky. THE McKinney Polytechnic Instiof these churches., Mr. Trostle has tute, near McKinney, Lincoln county,. reserved the privilege of holding BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS Kentucky, has by consent of its infrom two to four evangelistic meet FOR SALE. Concrete pavements in corporators, dissolved the corporaings each year, which Avill be good front of each lot. Main street, one tion and all creditors are hereby dinews to the many who hope to hear lot 50x175 feet deep; Church street, rected to present their claims against him in Stanford again in a meeting. near court house, one lot 120x90 the corporation for payment at its feet deep; Whitley avenue, two lots office near McKinney, Ky. This 60xl3S feet deep; Miller street, two Dec. 14, 1915. McKinney Polytecn-ni- c lots, 60x120 feet deep; Miller street, THE GREATEST HEALTH Institute. 101-- 4 one lot, 90x360 feet deep. J. C. 2 Florence and L. R. Hughes. INSURANCE i TfS Thomas J. Shevlin the Yale football player who died suddenly of T. P. Taylor, Prominent Louisville We ire better preparDruggist, Makes Interesting ed than ever to take care of your pneumonia, carried a million and a Statement Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Repair- half dollars in insurance. ing than before. Having experienced workmen in every department, we The Lancaster city council is deadwill be glad if you will give us a locked over the election of a Chief of trial to prove our worth. Call and Police, three voting for former Chief see us at work, look over our place, L. E. Herron and three for the inspect our machinery; we will be Orville Buck. Mayor Davglad to show you. We call and de- idson stated that he would vote and liver all over the city. Stanford Dry untie the deadlock next Monday Cleaning Co., Phone 25F lt night. CUT Flowers and wreaths at alY Phone 260. Ed HubbanC-Stanford- , Ky. 101-- tf J. L. 1-- 1-- 2-- three-year-ol- ds - 1-- 1-- 7-- L, C 1-- 2-- 2-- NU-WA- Y. pres-marsh- al, 3-- DEATH AT An aged man died at Highland was buried at Mfc. vices by Rev. faithful-member HIGHLAND named McKenzie, January 4th and of .the Baptist T. P. TAYLOR "The greatest health Insurance in the world Is the simplest," he said. "I never could quite understand why people are so negligent In the use of the simplest of all preventives of illness. It's all a matter of keeDinc the bowels open. The man who carries a little box of Rexall Orderlies has got a good health policy In his pocket I believe they are the best laxative ever prepared, and their pleasant taste appeals to and children alike." men-women Begin the New Year With A New Set of Books. We have Ledgers from 25c and single entry. Day Books, 10c to $1.25. Also record and Menv orandum Books. up-do- uble s Tfee above splendid woman la Mrs. Hattlo Hamilton, of 618 Glen Ave., She rMOHUBeada Peruna to all housewives. Additeea Tfe Peroaa Co., of irate, ioc a iroo copy ox lac iue oxijiie. -- latest, Xy. Coterabe,' Moriah after ser- We have the exclusive selling rights for J. M. Long. He was a this great laxative Trial size, 10 cents . church. He is survived by kia" wife and several childrcB. PENNY'S DRUG STORE I THE REXALL STORE Tt Penny's Drug Store The Rexall Store Stanford, Ky. A iru'. , . ' - ytaa V S IV f- - V I ST v V r l " 7 2- 'ifci p: "it sc , rt in Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 7, V 1.916 ' ROWLAND BEECHGROVE pretty little daughter, has been visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elam. Mrs. Hugh Logan is ill at this writing, but her friends are hoping for an improvement in her condition soon. Mr. Grover Rigsby and wife have moved near Preachersville. They are greatly missed by their friends in T.ippa Hannt h. Mr. Gipson Carson spent Friday with Mr. Richard r.avls. Rev. T. Pace, of Harmon Lick, filled his regular appointment at Beech Grove Sunday. .. JVIisaCora Ledford and Miss Bertha Davis spent Christmas day with Miss Ella Hoskins. Mr. Frank Lykins is still on the sick list. , Everybody in the Beech Grove section report having a general good Mr. George Lee Elam wife and CUSTOMS iiTTvnwm For Infanta and Children. Mrs. "Willie Price and little grandson Martin Price, have returned from Louisville, where they spent the holidays with her son Thomas Price. Miss Katherine Land returned to her home in Chaska, Tenn.,after several weeks visit with friends and Blue Grass Farms City Houses and Lots The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AgetaMerYepardionfarA sunilaliiiteFborfamfRptfiifa. J tiagUtcStomaclisandBowelsof TV UTi ,, MB HUM.! Bears the Signature. of MM w Cl IVI EromolesDi&sttonCfectfy- - J ness andRestontalnsneta- Ophmi.MorpJuiie norMiacral 1 JtOTJiARCOTIC. JkMeMs- JlmtSed JlxScsta AW aI mEaBkSiit WrtyiiwHro'. In f M relatives here. Sidney Collier returned to his home at Muir, monday, after spending the holidays with his uncle T. J. Jennings. ' Oliver Singleton, of Waynesburg, was the guest of Miss 'Myrtle Southerland, Saturday. Miss Annie Martin has returned to her home in Danville- - after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Price. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays are spending the holidays with home folks at Albia. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bogie.of Walnut Flat, were the guests of her sister, Mrs. Will Perkins, Xmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Holley were the quests of his sister, Mrs. Charles Bethurum at Mt. Vernon, during the Real Estate of All Kinds ApericctRemedy for Cbnsfiw-tin. Sour StamaA.Dlarrbota iVbrxasjConTilsKms.rcvErish; Ai w -- ness andLoss ofSleep. liicSbriac Signatareof " -, Use For Over - The Cektaur Compart; NEW YORK. Thirty Years holidays. soon. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Lunsford and Mr.Calvin Nevius has moved to little son Yandle, spent the holidays Stanford, where he will make his with her mother, Mrs. Oliver Toombs, kfuture home. at Hustonville. John McGinnis is continuing about Miss Grace Hurst was the guest of the same. Miss Annie Cabell, Sunday. Mr. Add Davis has returned from Miss Katherine BwtcTen of Stanford, Illinois, his friends are glad to see and Miss Myrtle Southerland were him back home again. the guests of Miss Roxie Jennings Mrs. Bettie Davis is still confined Sunday. to her room. Miss Grace Hurst is very sick. Bill B'artes and family will be at of Louisville, is Mr. time Christmas. IVIr. Loyd Marlon is spending a fue days with his brothers he said he would have to go back to his business wanteed underthcKoodi Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMC CINTAUII COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. Lard Presses, Sausage Mills, Sausage Stuffers, Butcher Knives, Sage, Pepper, Etc. Everything For Hog Killing. Frank Carter, the guest of his mother, Mrs. Matilda Belden. Thomas Adams has gone to Bedford, Ind., to accept a position. is visiting her Miss Alma Land cousin, Miss Cora Perkins, at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hubbard, of Stanford, spent Xmas day with Mrs. G. W. Goodrich. the Durham brick this year. Miss Anna Elam and Gipson Carson, Miss Virgic Payne and Willie Church, Pete Elam and wife spent Sunday with Miss Fanny Ward, all reporti a nice time. Miss Grace Martin visited Miss Joie Smith Saturday and Sunday. Miss Doctie Wilson is spending a few days with her friend, Mrs. Eliza Robinson. We are now handling all kinds of real estate, farms, city property, etc. on commission. If you want to sell, list your property with us. Before buying consult us. We have a number of nice farms and a lot of desirable city property in this and adjoining counties for sale. List your farm' with us. We will advertise it well and do everything possible to get you the top figure. If you are hunting a farm, watch for our list in next week's paper GEORGE H. FARRIS. TfiT'VoRk RICHMOND, KY. M r -p A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS M . y Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice bcliool, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Terra begins pymnasiiiiu. September 7, Second Terra November 16, Third Term January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free. j. G. CUABBE, Pre.Ident. $4.00 ONE YEAR -- 6 $2.00 MONTHS Courier Journal DAILY BY MAIL (NOT SUNDAY) an FARM and FAMILY A Great Monthly Magazine During January and February Only Special Rate Period Limited to these Two Months SPLENDID COMBINATION at a LITTLE OVER HALF THE REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district. i al E. L. Stanford, Kentucky REINHART (Courier-Journ- al f! Company, Louisville, Ky. y i For Rheumatism As soon as an attack of Rheumatism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't waste time and suffer unnecessary agony. A few drops of Sloan's i Liniment on the affected parts is all you need. The pain goes at once. A grateful sufferer' writes: "I was suffering for three weeks with ChronKIDNEYS ic HELP Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although I tried many medicines, they Stanford Readers Are Learning The failed, and I was under the care of a Way. doctor. Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment and after using it three or four days am up and-- well. Its the little kidney ill Lancaster Court House. Phone 180 The lame, weak or aching back I am employed at the biggest department store in S. F. where they emThe unnoticed urinary disorders That may lead to dropsy and ploy from six to eight hundred hands Bright's dease. and they surely will hear all about Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. ALL ABOUT THE LEGISLATURE. When the kidney . are weak. Sloan's Liniment. H B. Smith, San Reece. THE STATE JOURNAL Help them wife-- Done's Kidney Francisco, Cal., Jan. 1915. At all Mr. W. F. Sims and family attendPills, druggists'. ed the funeral and burial of his aunt, of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week. A remedy especially for weak kidMrs. Jane Reynolds, at Waynesburg, Only Daily Paper at State Capital. PARLOR GROVE. neys. From now until April 1, 1916 for 50 Rev. Wright was unable to fill his Sunday. Doan's have been used in kidney The Christmas entertainment at cents, less than 5 cents a week. No appointment here Sunday on account troubles for 50 years. other paper will have as large a staff Endorsed by 30,000 people en- of illness. Preaching day has been Green Briar Friday night was a suc- of reporters as The State Journal to cess and was largely attended. Evchanged from the fourth to the secdorsed at home. ery child present received a large cover the present session. If you state- ond Sunday in the month. Proof in a Stanford citizen's Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan spent sack of candy. Santa Claus was pre- want to keep posted on all features ment. of news at the State Capital, this is Mrs. J. M. Lunsfcrd, R. F. D. 4, the first of last week with their sent and distributed presents to the your chance. Keep in touch with Stanford, says: "One of my family daughter, Mrs. Leeman Singleton, of happy little folks. Much credit is State politics and see what your Repdue Misses Wahnetta and Ruby was troubled by dizzy spells and weak Waynesburg. resentatives are doing. Send all subwho drilled the children. Mr. Willie Hundley is home from ness of the kidneys. This one had Mr. John Rulon and family, of scriptions to The Interior Journal, backache, was very stiff and suffered Leland, 111., for a visit. He stopped spent Christmas with Mr. Stanford, Ky. from severe pains across the loins. off for a visit to friends in Dayton, Lexington, Joe Record and family. Doan's Kidney Pills gave relief from Ohio. Mr. Ed Nolan and family, of EuTO THE PUBLIC. James Smith and cousin, of High the first. There is no kidney trouble banks, spent the holidays with Mr. I represent tne largest and best cure is Bridge, visited the formers' parents, now and we feel that the last week. He was accompanied and Mrs. Lafe Leach. clothim? house in this permanent." Mr. John Muncie, of Crab Orchard country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago home by his two sons, who will make Price 50c, at al dealers. Don't and Mrs. Saylor and son, visited rel- HI. My experience in measuring and simply ask for a kidney remedy get .their future home with him. Miss Vesta Sims spent Sunday atives here last week. directing the making of your clothes, Doan's Kidney Pills the same that gives me the advantage over one who with Miss Mazie Braswell. Foster-MilbuMrs. Lunsford recommends. Liven Up Your Torpid Liver Miss Margery Morris was quite ill is not a practical tailor. If you will Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. To keep your liver active use Dr. give me your order I will promise jaundice. with ft Mrs. Lewis McCreary and son. King's New Life PTIls. They insure you a square deal. Tou will get the your either Powell, were in King's Mountain, on good digestion, relieve constipation, worth of grades money, higher in the cheapest priced. and tone up the whole system keep My FALL and or the PUBLIC SALE business one dy last week. WINTER line of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wylie spent your eye clear and your skin fresh sutnpiea ure now ready for your inone afternoon last week with J. C. and healthy lookinir. On!v 25c at your spection. Call and let me show you. I will sell at public auction on druggist. Hundley and family. H. C. RUPLEY. tne Practical Tailov WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1916 The Sunday School of Green Briar beginning at 9:30 o'clock a. m., my and Parlor Grove have new song farm of 100 acres lying on the State books. Mr. W. F. Sims and family spent road, two miles from Waynesburg Sunday with Mrs. Ann Eliza Euand two miles from Eubanks. The farm is well watered with good banks. Prof. Morris, of Stanford, was in springs and everlasting well on back Why pay more? We secure loans on producthe Olive neighborhood tuning orporch. It has 10 acres in meadow; 5 per cent. Terms liberal and 8 acres ia pasture; 20 acres in wood- gans and pianos last week. tive farms Work on the foundation of the land, and balance in cultivation. confidential service. Also CONTINENTAL It is limestone soil and rlnv sub- - Pleasant View Baptist church at : : : : FARM FIRE INSURANCE. soil. The ground is generally leVefr11 ?riar' is delayed awaiting an with some rolling. It has good or- order of cement. Mrs. Lizzie Townsend and children chard, of all kinds of fruit. A good of Weston, W. Va., are spending the barn 40x50; a house; hen house and smoke house; rural route holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hundley. 1 goes by the door. Stanford, --- --Kentucky Mr. John Roberts, of Newcastle, same time I will sell two At the jgood work horses, 8 and 9 years old; Indiana, is visiting his parents here. Messrs. McKnight, of Cincinnati, one good brood mare, 7 years old, in foal; one milk cow; one good new Co- spent Christmas- with their parents L. Beazley & Co., C. M'CIary lumbus wagon complete; one buggy and sister, Mrs. Recce. WaynesMiss Etta Reynolds, of and harness; new Disc harrow; spring burg, spent Tuesday of last week tooth harrow; good steel roller; mowing machine; hay rake; cultivator; with Miss Vesta Sims. Messrs. James W,ebb and James two double shovel plows; wagon harHackworth, returned to their work ness and other things too numerous to mention; also ome hay, corn and on the Kanawha River, in West Virfodder; household and kitchen furni- ginia, after a short visit to relatives ture. Terms made known on day of here. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Mr. Luther Reynolds and Messrs. sale. Lloyd and Ira Roberts spent one eve- UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMB Furniture, Matting, Rugs, Furniture J. T. Griffiin, Auctioneer., ning last week at the home of J. C. Hum PImm . II Exchanged for all Kinds f Stock. Offter Mrs. Annie McGufe, Hundley. i v i 'j' ' .!( ' ' Waynesburg, Ky. R. F. D. No. 3 Mr.' Sam Wright and' family took WWJRD. KENTUCKY J PHONE im ' ' STANFORD." KY '- entertained a number of his friends Tuesday evening in honor of his eighteenth birthday. Mrs. Scottie Parks has moved here from Lancaster. George Moore- - Jr.,- has- - been very-sicbut is better. Earnest Deatherage THE Hughes & M'Carty Stanford, Kentucky St, 0pp. -- Gil-mo- re, made-to-ord- er rn 2-- FARM LOANS at six-roo- m D. A. THOMAS J. J. Phrll7. . -, K I V - i Vt The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 7, 1916 l JAS. Page Seven I PAYNE DIES IN EAST END East End Item. 6.-M- Was Federal Soldier and Prominent Free Trip To Citizen Louisville KENTUCKY Railroad and Interurban fares paid to customers for a radius of 100 miles. out-of-to- wn Great Bankrupt Sale Entire Stock of Johnson-StriegN. W. el Preachersville, Jan. James Payne, aged 77, died at his home near Crab Orchard, Sunday, the 26th of December, after a short illness of pneumonia. He was a gallant soldier in the Union army, serving three years and enlisting the second time. He i.c survived by two brothers, Harris Payne, of Crab Orchard and Dock Payne, of Oklahoma. Also a son and daughter, both grown. He was an uncle of our blacksmith,' Mr. J. P. Payne, and was a quiet citizen, liked by everyone. Word received here on New Year's morning by Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bell, E stated that their son, Mr. Fred Bell, had Taeen run over by a train in the Corbin yards and one of his limbs had been cut off. The latest advices from the injured man's bedside denote that he is resting as well as could be expected. His leg was cut off just above the anKle. Both Joe Cress and Burch Hester have been sick with colds. Miss Bettie Miller will soon enter the Normal School at Richmond. Big Henry Lunsford has been very uneasy about his infant son, which has been troubled by a severe cold. Mrs. W. C. Blankenship has been r. You've hit the right tobacco when you fire-u- p some Prince Albert in your old jimmy pipe or in a makin's cigarette. And you know it! Can't get in wrong with P. A. for it is made spread- - smoke-sunshimint Qst&Tm - . u' yJf-ZWjA- j''. . 'ei j 3 A. R. J. Reynolds J&Wj'Mm H right; made to ne among men who have suffered with scorched tongues and parched throats! ' 1 The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch. All day long you'll sing how glad you are you're pals with It's an easy job to change the shape and color of unsalable brands to imitate the Prince Albert tidy red tin, bat it is impossible to imitate the flavor of Prince Albert tobaccol The patentedproceuprotecU that! ilWIM i ffnmwMMmk. wimilTO til ftAVH iT,?' "fcw "" ..LLL: complaining. Miss Tory Anderson gave a most Co. 4th & Jefferson, Louisville's Finest and most exclusive Clothiers Bought from the U.S. Court at Practically 50c on the Dollar It is now being distributed into the Homes of the People at Prices less than wholesale cost to Manufacture enjoyable watch night party to a lot of her little friends. Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Tudor, of Greensburg, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. F. F. Blankenship and children, of Walnut Flat, visited homefolks. Our school enjoyed a vacation of a week during the holidays. George Naylor, of Corbin, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Richardson visited Mr. and Mrs. Fado Parks before returning to their home at Parker City, Indiana. Services at the M. E. Church Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. " Mr. J. H. Thompson is convalescent from a light attack of pneumonia. Mr. Richarf Dyehouse and family are moving to Hubble. Mrs. Logan Thompson has been quite sick with the grip. ' The W. M. U. will meet next Friday at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. J. M. Cress. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gill went to Shelby City to see, Mr. and Mrs. Matt "Rigsby and family, who have been very sick. Mrs. Logan Thompson has been, complaining for a few days. r . Iri nce Albert the national joy smoke R. i' i You take this testimony straight from the shoulder, men. You can smoke abarrel of P. A. without a kick! It hands out all the tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed about, it's so smooth and friendly. It's a mighty cheerful thing to be on talking-term- s with your pipe and your tongue at the same time but that's what's coming to you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Albert! Caw r'iJSMrwW I 3 D you'll find Prince Albert awaiting yoar cheer fal visit Bay it in toppy red bags, 5c; tidy half-poun- Everywhere tobacco is sold J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N. C red tins, J Ocf handsome pound and d humidors and in that classy pound crystal-glas- s humidor with sponge -- moistener top that keeps the tobacco to fit I The Best Brands of Clothing In the world included in this sale, Stroiise and Bros., Atterbury System and Hirsh Wickwire's world's famous Clothes, Arrow Collars, Stetson Hats, Wilson Bros. Underwear, Interwoven Hosiery, Etc, Etc NOW BEING SOLD At practically 50c on the Dollar $20 Suits coats. Bankrupt Sale and Over- Price $25 $9.40 Suits and Overcoats. Bankrupt Sale Price $12.40 $14.40 $16.40 $19.40 $30 Suits and Over- coats. Bankrupt Sale Price $35 $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 American Hosiery and Dufold Underwear .... Arrow Brand Collars, best styles and all sizes (1.00 per dozen.) $2.00 Silk and Madras 95c 10c Shirts 3 , 95c 50c 15c Suits and Overcoats. Bankrupt Sale Price 25c Interwoven Hosiery, for i $40 Suits and Overcoats. Bankrupt Sale Price Genuine 25c Paris Garters Thousands of other Bargains that space alone keeps us from mentioning here, including many articles for the Ladies. Sale now going on every day until stock is sold out Johnson-Strieg- el N. W. Cor. Fourth and Jefferson Co. Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. Railroad and Interurban fares paid one way to purchasers of $20.00 or over for a distance of 100 miles. Bert Holtzclaw visited Xloya Croushorn on Sugar Creek. Rev. E. B. Thoixton fs moving to the house vacated by James Poynter. Miss Katherine Melvin visited at Crab' Orchard recently. Edgar Holtzclaw has been quite ill of a dgep cold. Mrs. J. H. Rigsby, who has been quite ill of pneumonia, is better. Mrs. W. T. Richardson, of Parker City, Ind., visited Arthur Miller and wife. Prof. J. S. Evans, of Cumberland College, Williamsburg, was here inj the interest of his school. Rev. Rogers pre??hed Sunday and Sunday evening. Subject Sunday evening: "What I Have Written, I Have Written." R. G. Pettus has been quite ill with a cold. Mr. Frank Rigsby, of Arizona, has arrived here to be at the bedside of his mother, Mrs. J. H. Rigsby. William Aker, of Lexington, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. Oliver Carpenter and wife, of Lancaster, visited relatives here during Xmas. Services at the Baptist church Saturday, Sunday and Sunday night. George Naylor, of Florida, visited his broth-r- , John Naylor The Xmas trto at the Baptist church was well attended despite the in:!eraent weather. Mr. Alfred Gwcns wasa very good Santa Claus. A talk by Rev. Rogers, a song in German by Miss Allie Mae Cummins and a few recitations by the juveniles completed ihe program 7'n;,y nice presents were distributed. W. T. Richardson, of Parker, Ind., and J. W. Brown went to Bee Lick Sunday. Miss Lucile Thompson visited her niece, Miss Allie Mae Thompson. G. L. Blankenship has been 111 with a cold for a week. F. L. Thompson sold a cow and" calf to J. M. Cress for $125. Joe Cress is home from Nicholas-ville, family. Mr A. C. Sine, of Stanford, tells us he has a Xmas. present, that was given him in 1863. Who can beat this? A, young lady in this community boasts of being "some correspondent." She told us recently that on a certain Christmas, more than 30 years ago, she had an exciting experience, and it must have been to hear the narration of the story, which is in substance, as follows: A nice Xmas card had been selected on which beamed a dear old Kri3 Kringle amid flowers of holly and the enchanted mistletoe. A stamp was attached to the card, then with pen and ink she made ready to address the token of her heartiset greetings with best wishes. Dipping pen in ink she wrote "Mr.",then pausing and gazing in the fire awhile in contemp lation she arose, pirtj her writing material away and the card in her desk. Thro all the years the card remains as when she left it, and now it is seemingly one of her most treasured keepsakes. What changes might there have been if the card had been received by the person for whom it was intended? To Cure Children's Colds Keep child dry, clothe comfortable, avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hone- Shelby City, will soon move to the arrival of a little son in their home Moser farm which he has rented December 30th. from M. F. Lawrence. Mr. Keith Padgett is visiting T. W. Naylor and family and W. T. friends in Dickson, Tenn. Richardson and family, of Parker, Mr. Ray Singleton returned to Ind., are visiting J. F. Miller and Huntsville, Tenn., Wednesday, 29th, we, too, shall cross the mystic river when our work is done. Mrs. J. S. Dumas visited her husband at Sunbright, Tenn., Saturday and Sunday. Mr. A. B. Morgan was in Somerset on business Wednesday. after spending Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Singleton. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gooch is ill ith pneumonia an dthroat trouble. Mr. Gooch is also suffering with sore throat. The little son of Hugh Jacobs died .Monday night and was buried Tuesday at Pleasant Point. Oliver Singleton spent Christmas BO Cent Bottle (32 Doses) day in Rowland. Mrs. D. O. Lewis of Moreland, Jnst because 70a start the day worried visited her sister Mrs. Mace Reynolds and tired, stiff legs and arms and muscle, first of the week. an aching head, burning and bearing down the back worn out. before Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson and pains in do not think yoa have to the day begins stayla children, of Georgetown are visiting that condition. 'who are in Those Buffexers aad oat. o Mrs. E. L. Gadberry. bed half a dozen times at night will" apand Mrs'. Annie Jane Reynolds died at preciate the rest, comfort every strength our treatment gives. For form-- of pains, or bladder the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. C. Bess, its trouble,isscaldingwonderful. weak-- j really action Conley December 25th after a lingerBe strong, well and vigorous, with-- no! more pains from stiff joints sore "muscles,' ing illness. After funeral services rheumatic suffering, aching back, or kid-- .' m by Rev. A. G. Coker at the church ney or bladder troubles. conquers kidThe Williams Sunday, the 26th at one o'clock, the ney and- - bladder Treatment diseases, rheajaatlssa and how, all uric remains wore laid to rest in the chronic oracid troubles,If no matter never; yoa have stubborn. Waynesl-urTreatment.' we will'givo cemetery. The deceas- osed The W.iniams doses) one 50c bottle (32 for your own caa ed is survived by one son and four free. Contains no alcohol or habit-famIng drug. Does not affect the heart. daughters. Send this notice with your name andt pay, 10c. to help and Mrs. Lucy Jacobs has received address, expenses, to The Drl distribution news from Missouri of the death of D. A. Williams Company, DepL. 2530D Block, Bast HaxapteB.1 her oldest brother, Milton McMullin. New Post Office receive by parcel post a Conn. You will (32 doses), without charge It was sad news, indeed, but she says regular 50c. bottle without: incurring any obligations," Oa Jesus is daily calling loved ones and and ouly to a family er address, bottle URIC AGID SOLVENT FREE g .- J y. soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and reduces inflammation. The first does giyes relief, continued treatment with proper care will avoid serious illness or a long cold. Don't delay treatment. Don't let your child suffer. Get a bottle today. Insist on 25c at Dr. Bell's druggists. Pine-Tar-Hon- It is' pleasant, WHAT ABOUT A PAIR of GUM BOOTS? WE HAVE THE Ball Band r- FOR MEN AND BOYS - WAYNESBURG Mr. and Mrs. Leemah Singleton are receiving congratulations over the W.E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard Florida Get full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. H. Todd, District Passenger Afeat,Louiaville, Ky. , The Southern Railway is the direct where he has been attending Threlkeld's select school. Miss Allie Mae Cummins,, who is CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AND NOTES. Cash for Accounts and Notes com es easy when placed with us for collection. Ten Years Experience. We have collected Thousands of Dollars for othrs. We can do the same for you. Cost you noth- ins: to give us a trial. WE MAKE NO CHARGES .UNLESS WE COLLECT. Accounts Nytes and Claims collected anywhere in the United States. Bank references. attending Lexington High School, is home for the holidays. Misses Mary and Lucy Pettus and Jean Mc Kechnie are at Springfield, the guests of Mr. and --Mrs. Joe Pettus. Miss Sara Laure Traylor, of Paris, iff visiting her grand-parent- s, Mr. and Mrs. W.NP. White., William Sprinkles and family,' of Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car service. In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low homeseekers' fares and winter tourist fares now in effect. Stopovers and other special features. line to Asheville, Aiken,Augusta,Char-lestoColumbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. n, MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky Southern Railw fiAfA CMRKR OF THE SOUTH -- sm BjpF - -- J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 7, 1916 CLEARANCE Week Only JANUARY January 8th, Running For One SALE Commencing Saturday, THIS INCLUDES OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER OUTER APPAREL FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. WE'VE REDUCED OUR PRICES BELOW COST. THIS IS THE GREATEST SALE EVENT OF THE KIND OF THE ENTIRE SEASON. DON'T MISS IT! Ladies' Suits We have 48 Suits worth from $10.00 $2.98 to $15.00, reduced to We have 39 Suits worth from $15.00 .$5.98 to $18.00, reduced to We have 59 Suits, fur trimmed, vel- OUR GREAT Rain Coats We have a big line of Rain Coats in Ladies' Shoes We have a big in bronze, blue with fur collar, and $6.00, now h Ladies' Shirt Waists We have 79 Waists, worth from 50c to 75c, now at 29c We have 58 Waists, worth $1.00 to 59c $1.25, now at We have a big line of Crepe de Chene Waists, all colors and sizes, worth $1.69 $3.00 to $4.00, now Ladies' Cloaks We have 42 Coats worth from $10.00 to $15.00, now $4.98 We have 56 Coats worth from $15.00 to $25.00, now $7.98 We have a small lot of Coats at $1.48 We have 29 Children's Coats, closing out at $1.24 to $2.48 men's, ladies' and children's, all reduced below cost. Don't fail to ask to see them. Special in Children's Raincoats, sizes from 8 to 19 years, worth $3.00, now $1 .98 reduced to :::::::: line of Gypsy Boots and patent leather, worth $4.00, $5.00 reduced to $2.98 vet trimmed, novelty braid trimmed, worth $16.50 to $27.50, now..$7.98 We have about 100 pairs of black, top shoes, worth tan, vici, and-clotfrom $2.0GT up to $3.50, now $1.48 We have a big line of gun metal, lace, buttons and patent leather, worth from $3.00 to $4.00, now $2.79 150 Ladies' Dresses Worth from $5.00 to $18.00, now $2.98 reduced to Ladies' Skirts We have 99 Skirts, worth from $2.00 $1.48 to $5.00, now Men's Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear 50c Garments, now $1.00 Union Suits, now 35c 79c $1.69 Ladies' Sweaters All-Wool, worth from $3.00 to $4.00, $1.69 We have 78 Skirt, worth from $3.00 to $6.50, now $2.69 We have extra size Skirts, from $5.00 to $10.00, now Men's and Boys' Shoes $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes, now reduced $3.48 to now at Men's Sox Men's Heavy 10c Sox, now 7c worth $3.98 $2.00 Wool Suits, now Dry Goods We have a big linn of Dry Goods Special' Sale on Outing Cloth 10c and 12c quality, now 7c $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes, now reduced $1 .98 to Men's and Boys Winter Caps Worth from 50c to $1.00, now re19c to 39c duced to Men's and Boys' Sweaters Worth 50c to 75c, now 39c Overcoats 69 Overcoats worth from $7.50 to $27.50, now. $2.98 to $9.98 $2.00 and $2.50 Shoes, now reduced to $1 .49 Men's Suits Must Go Overalls We have a big line of Overalls, worth $2.00 a Suit, now reduced to $1.79 25 Suits worth from $10.00 to $15.00 now at $5.98 46 Suits worth from $15.00 to $20.00 now at $7.98 89 Suits worth from $22.50 to $29.00 now at $12.48 We have only a few Corduroy Suits left, worth from $10.00 to $12.50, now at $5.48 Trunks and Suit Cases Big Line of Trunks Cases all at cost. Men's Heavy Flannel Shirts Worth from $1.00 to $2.00, now 89c Men's and Boys' Rubbers Ball Band you know what they are. Felt Boots, Rubber Boots, Rubber Over Shoes, Rubber Shoes, High Top Felt Lined now's the time for them at very low figures. : : : : : :::::;: and $1.69 Suit Ladies' All Furs Below Cost $15.00 Sets, now $5.98 $20.00 Sets, now.... $6.98 and $35.00 Sets, now....$9.98 $27.50 Men's Odd Pants Corduroys and Whipcords, worth from $3.50 to $5.0M, now 98 pairs Pants, worth from $1.25 to 79c $1.50, now Heavy Underwear The 25c Garments, now The 50c Garments, now The $1.00 Union Suits now., Childrens Union Suits now 19c & 19c 39c 69c 39c ARE YOU LOOKING FOR REAL VALUES? TO PROVE THIS FACT, WE ASKTOUR INSPECTION OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK. THE DOORS WILL OPEN AT 7:30 O'CLOCK, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY THE EIGHTH, NNETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN! THE BARGAIN Farm and Stock News One Dose Relieves STORE-Sale- m & Salem Swamp Root Saves Kidney Sufferers H. C. Bottom, of Junction City, J sit up again. itv TV "R Mnnrs nf "Rnv1f fticVif. Miss Mary Foley, who has been yearlings at 27. He sold here sick with grip for three weeks, is We believe the 1916 Maxwell j A. L. Holmes sold to E. T. Pence PM'nnilatr 10 nn.nnilrl) nofflo of 51 8 much improved. to .be the best car with the last week a family horse for $125. 50. C. G. Cobb and Mr. Heyman of Miss Mollie Burgia has been quite lowest upkeep in its price You naturally feel secure when W. P. Givens, of Shelby City, lost 'Papes Cold Compound" Makes You Gainesville, Ga., were here Monday sick for a week with grip, but is Feel Fine at Once Don't Stay ani-- . class in thev world the choice you know that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, a fine jack by pneumonia. The buying mules. They were in com able to be up again. the great kidney, liver and Stuff inal was valued at 1,000. Take it Now. pany with B. G. Fox, the best mule j of men who know. Wednesday evening, Mr. Last H. C. CARPENTER, Agt. Kentucky, and. picked up a popular druggist, bladder remedy, is zbtolutely pure R. C. Nunnelley of Turnersville, man in Thomas Lyne, our Stanford, Ky sold 7,850 pounds of tobacco on the lot of good ones at all the way from Relief comes instantly. entertained a select crowd at his and contains no harmful or habit A dose taken every two hours until 135 to 175. Harrodsburg Leader. home here, where a splendid fruit producing drugs. Danville breaks thia week, at an average of seven and three quarter three doses are taken will end grippe The same standard of purity, J. D. Whitehouse and J. C. Johnlunch was served. The crowd was entertained by music from the violin strength and excellence, prescribed either in the head, chest, body or stone, of Boyle, who are trading accents' a pound. tively together now out of Little GET RID OF A RACKING LA j by Birney Fish, who knows so well by Dr. Kilmer many years ago, is ' J. W. Williams, near Shelby City, limbs. maintained in every bottle of It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos- Britain, shipped two car loads of fat GRIPPE COUGH IT WEAKENS how to handle it. sold 3,195 pounds of tobacco over Mrs. Levi Elder entertained a few Swamp-Roo- t. trils and air passages in the head, steers to the Cincinnati market that the Danville breaks this week, the For the severe racking cough that Swamp-Roweed averaging him 11.27 a hun- - stops nasty discharge or nose run- they bought of Yates Hudson x.f Dan- comes with la grippe, Foley's Honey friends at her home here during the is scientifically comning, relieves sick headache, dullness, ville at seven and a quarter cents a and Tar Compound is wonderfully holidays. Most delightful cake and pounded from vegetable herbs. It is ' dred pounds. pound. ' The same firm purchased healing and soothing. R. G. Collins, other refreshments were served, and not a stimulant and is taken in P. H. Cormney brought to the I. J. feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, of Jas. Watts, of Perryville, a car stiffness. doses. It i? not recommendBarnegat, N. J., says: a general good time had. office a hand of very fine tobacco, soreness and sf.nffprl-i! Onif. hlnw. load of 1.000-poun- 'i steers at the "Foley's Honey Dnn't. stnv Mrs. Maurice Perkins entertained ed for everything. According to verwhich was grown by his nephew, and Tar Compound figure and of W. C. Kern of Club last Wednesday eve- ified testimony it is ing and snuffling! Ease your throb-'sam- e nature's great soon stopped the severe lagrippe the Rook Miller Johnson, on o farm in Garrard aver-worwas a most enjoyable helper in relieving and overcoming bing head! Nothing else in the' the same section 15 of similar cough that completely exhausted me. ning, which county. gives such prompt relief as age at the same figure. They bought kidney, liver and bladder troubles. It can't be beat." Sold everywhere. gathering. W. D. Rout, of Moreland, has 'Tape's Cold Compound," which of G. C. Rose, of Garrard, 25 feeding Mrs. Forest Foley and Cecil, were ' If you suffer, don't delay another rented the J. D. VanMeter farm on costs only 25 cents at any drug store. steers, averaging. 950 pounds at six with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam day. Go CRAB ORCHARD to your nearest druggist" the Hustonville and Danville pike, It acts without assistance, tastes nice and a quarter cents. Reynolds last week. Mr. Will Pettus has moved into the now and get All drug and has moved there to take charge j causes no inconvenience. Be sure Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Logan have Armundt building. Andrew Dillion stores sell it in two sizes fifty this year. The farm 'is a very you get the genuine. for quite sick at their home 1 cents and one dollar. has moved into the house vacated by both been large and handsome one, located near town. Mr. Pettus. L. L. Sanders has rentHowever, if you wish to try this a couple of miles south of about Top cattle were 7.6G at Cincined the King hotel and taken possesgreat preparation send ten cents to Danville. sion. nati Friday. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Messrs. Ed and Walter Rogers, of Boyle, Y., for a sample bottle. When writRupley & Webb of west Bilious, ing be sure and mention the Stanbought a bunch of 15 hogs from I. Save Your Hair! Make It Thick, Somerset, visited their parents here and ate Christmas turkey. W. Crews at six cents and our light ! ford Interior Journal.. 1234 Wavy, Glossy and Beautiful Mrs. Cleve Brooks has opened a ones at five and a half cents. restaurant in the Magee house where At Once. Wilson Alexander, of Hubble, deMr. Frank Brooks, who has been Bad G. L. Penny Has Such Faith in This livered to T. W. Jones here this he will appreciate a share of your Best for Liver and Bowels, in Virginia for some time, came Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Try as you will, after an applica- patronage. Dyspepsia Remedy That He week, 14 fat steers that were enhome real sick Wednesday suffering A courtship of several months' Stomach. gaged some time ago. They aver- tion of Danderine, you can not find a Guarantees It from rheumatism. aged 1,110 pounds and were bought single trace of dandruff or falling standing culminate'" n the union of Sam Ramsey, who has served the box. Get a hair and your scalp will not itch, but Miss Bessie Reynolds of this place One of the greatest successes in at a figure close to seven cents. town for the past year as Marshal, is at present Tilfrey, who Sick headache, biliousness, coated Kern & Claunch, of Perryville sold what will please you most, will be af- and Pete the sale of medicine has been achievsee located at New. Castle, Ind. Both tongue, head and nose clogged up moved to his farm near town Wedter a few week's ue, when-yothe standard dyspep- to Fox & Farris, of Danville, three ed by are well known and highly esteem- with a cold always trace this to nesday. Mr. Ramsey served the new hair, fine and downy at first sia remedy, and its sale is increasing mules for 360 and to Jake Robinson yes town but really new hair growing ed young people here. Miss Bessie torpid liver; delayed, fermenting spect well and retires with the reso rapidly that G. L. Penny, the pop- two, each two years old, for 140; and good wishes of all. is the youngest daughter of Mr. and food in the bowels or sour, gassy all over the scalp. ular drucsrist. has hard work to keep to J. P. Foster three yearling mules Mr. Hamilton was elected in his A little Danderrne immediately Mrs. Sam Reynolds and a very gift- j stomach. a stock on hand. It is very popular for 277.50; and to Mr. Underwood doubles the beauty of your hair. No ed young lady and a general favorPoisonous matter clogged . in the place for the present year. with bankers, ministers, lawyers and j one for 100. Messrs. Ed Dyehouse, Louis and AifFcxranock Vinw Hull fnrloH Trritfl ffinrl ite with the younger class here. May intestines, instead of. being cast out j . ,. .VW.W U. IV V.V.... W.V.V.V, V...l-.W- . others whose business or profession i Mule buyers are still acrave in scrajrrv just mojsten a cloth withLtheir life be a happy and contented of the system is into the Raymond Bell have each been very keeps them closely confined, while Boyle. Kerns & Claunch, of Perry Danderine and carefully draw it .one is the wish of t.eir many friends blood. When this poison reaches the sick with the grip.v those who have brought on indigestion ville, sold to John Leonard a pair of through your hair, taking one small They will make New Castle, their delicate train tissue it causes conMrs. Caltha Newland is quite sick through irregular eating, worry or horse mules for strand at a time. The effect is im- future home. gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick with bronchitis and Miss Ha New-lan-d other causes have found relief in this 253.50: to Dick Gentry they sold a mediate and amazing your hair will came up from Stanford Tues- Mr. L. L. Sanders and son, Bur-nett- e, ening headache. reliable remedy. pair of mules for 252.-5- 0 be light, fluffy and wavy, and have both out again after seimmediately cleanse the day to work in her place at the ex are Cascarets comes in tablet form and hybrid to W. an appearance of abundance; an in- vere colds. and a stomach, remove the sour, undigested change. js sold in a metal box especially de- C. Moore for 100. J. C. McGinnis comparable lustre, Miss Bird Perkins returned to Mrs. L. F. Jones is home after a food and foul gases, take the excess softness and luxsigned for convenience in carrying gave them 67.50 for a uriance, the beauty and shimmer of visit to relatives fn London, where bile from the liver and carry out all Hamilton College, Monday and Miss the medicine in the pocket or purse. mare. she went to bring Porter home in the constipated waste matter and Lucile Morgan to Millersburg Fetrue hair health. It is pleasant to take, gives quick remale College. bottle of Knowl- - time for school, which opened Mon- poisons in the bowels. Get a lief and should help any case, no HEMP SEED FOR SALE A Cas'caret tonight will surely Miss Elizabeth Stagg of Stanford ton's Danderine from any drug day. matter of how long a standing. This Dr. Welby Burgin has purchased straighten you out by morning. They has been the attractive guest of Miss Can price to you without obliga- - j store or toilet counter, and prove remedy has been so uniformly sucbox Mary Gaines. tion of selling the cut or contract that your hair is as pretty and soft a handsome Overland car, which he work while you sleep1 a cessful that Mr. Penny will in future crop now highest market price, al- - as any that it has been neglected has learned to run and is greatly from your druggist means your head Miss Katherine Magee has not at under a positive guaran- lowing you to pay for seed out of or injured by careless treatment. A pleased with it. sell clear, stomach sweet, breath right, been so, well this week. tee to refund the money if it should crop. C. Hays Foster, Lincoln Bank Mrs. vRobert Thompson, returned Mrs. M. E. Eish has been very sick complexion rosy and your liver and bottle will double the beauty 2,4 not prove entirely satisfactory. acute bronchitis, but is able to bowels regular for months 1 from Mt. Vernon Monday quite ill- your hair. with 1 Building, Stanford, Ky. ltf of A Cold No Quinine01 ed-Up! cnt ot tea-spoon- ful m ld ! 2-- You Can't Find Any Carry Stomach Joy In Your Vest Pocket Dandruff, And Hair Stops Coming Out!; "Cascarets" Best If Headachy, Sick, Constipated 10-ce- nt Mi-o-n- a, ! . .., ed . three-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld Mi-o-- na two-year-o- ld seven-year-o- ld 25-ce- nt , 10-ce- nt Mi-o-- na 25-ce- nt 2-- 2--