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SILVER CUP FOR BEST HEMS PAIR OF MULES BRING $500. Two-Year-Old OURNAL oiws? HAND OF AFFLICTION. BOY CURED HEAVY -- l! Kwanaugh ffal6 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 11, 1916. DICK CHANDLER'S Tuesdays and Fridays DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS TO BID ON DE- POSITS FRIDAY Won at Lexington Last Week By Jim Woods Sells Girls of Stanford School. For a Record Price. s in this Team Little Victim of Mad Dog Returns Has Been Laid Upon Pulaski Family After Taking Pasteur Treatment Bowen Newell Passes Away Dick 1 - t fmr&i-- ' cmk: Chandler, near Crab OrNews was received here Monday Mrs. W. H. Underwood Passes Away chard, returned Sunday from Bow- of the death at his home on the CumAt Her Home Near Hubble ling Green where he has been with berland river, in the lower part of Buried at Lancaster. his son for the past Pulaski county, of Bowen Newell a brother of Mrs. Jesse Fox, of this After patiently suffering for many three weeks, having the lad treated county. Mr. Newell was a prominent weary months, the pirit of Mrs. Mafor a mad dog bite. The Pasteur farmer and stock man of that secria W. Underwood, wife of W. H. treatment given under the auspices tion and stock men here Monday Underwood, a prominent farmer of of the State Board of Health by Dr. deeply regretted news of his demise. the Hubble section, passed to its reMr. Newell was about 55 years of ward late Saturday afternoon. SurLillian South, State Bacteriologist, age, and had been ill but a short rounding her bedside when the end proved a success in every way and pneumonia. He is survived came were her devoted husband and the little fellow was able to return time of by his wife and tvro children. His loved ones, who had watched so long with his father in fine shape, and passed away only a ' short and lovingly as her brave nature with not a trace of ill effects from mother time ago; in fact, the heavy hand of made its successful fight against the city depository and to let the and Lucile Dudderar. the the bite of the animal. Mr. ChanExtension Hems Nancy K. Mc- is doing. seems to have been laid up- ravages of disease. Every medical bank securing the deposit name the dler is greatly pleased with the affliction Kinney and Effie Ware. on his family recently, as a few decided to hold treasurer. It was Napery Hems Nellie W. Hill and DEMAND FOR MULES FEATURE treatment given him by the officials months ago his son had his arm torn attention possible, and everything another meeting net Friday night, that, loving hands could do was done at Bowling Green and with the suc- - off in a shredder, his daughter has for the good woman and beloved at which representatives of both the Sara Wood. cess which they had in completely Rolled Hem Annie V. Craig and Of January Court Day in Stanford .,.,,, rian iroiw ill " lC"-f- " tviAtnni nrt1 mother, but tired nature was unable v, ,.nv.:nn banks will be asked to come before "" " ncx "1' hie? "" 300 Beeves on Market '.;Mf;nn. , n . Annette Wearen. I, . ,. . , . i he sustained the loss of 1,000 bushels the Council, and make open bids for to sustain the unequal battle longTvnTn nic catp Aiwm nio ouii o ptTPrnwi id ooirt lu oobciii j.it-i ic oaiu vr of grain in a fire only recently. Flannel Hems Gene Wood. the city depository, the bank willing January court day, Monday, was be a fact that whenever a person er and she went to that reward above Blend Hems Annie R. Powell. to make the highest bid receiving the not the most active ever held here bitten by a mad dog is taken there which has so long been her portion. Facer Hems Maggie Ranking LuMISS ALICE BEAZLEY DEAD lilum. A salary of $55 a year is paid cille Dudderar and Lucy Wilmot. from a trading standpoint, but was ' in time, a cure is always effected. Mrs. Underwood was 64 years of City Treasurer, and of course, the just about as good as January court The host of friends of Mr. and Mrs. News of the death of Miss Alice age, and before her marriage to Mr. The entry m which Stanford got this will figure in the estimates made second was won by the Louisville usually is, after all of the fat cattle Chandler are congratulating them R. Beazley, which occurred at the Underwood was Miss Wilmott, a sisby the financial institutions. Some have moved. The demand for good upon the satisfactory outcome of home of her sister, Mrs. C. T. John- ter of Jame I. Wilmott and B. F. Wilwas an discussion was had at the meeting Girls' High School and of undergarments valued at mules was the outstanding feature of what might have been a very serious son in Danville Sunday morning, mott, prominent farmers of that secFriday regarding th advisability of was a great shock to her many tion. In addition to her husband, only entered the the day, and the fact was clearly thing, indeed, for their little son. passing an ordinance abolishing the $9.00. Stanford hydemonstrated that the long-eare- d friends in Stanford where she lived she is also survived by two daughters salary, of the treasurer, but it was two exhibits. Some of the other brids have come into their own again. GEO. GENTRY FOR DELEGATE so long, and all exlend sincere sym- Mrs. Anna Bailey and Mrs. Lillie con decided not to do that, as the salary schools which entered these Hitrh Several buyers were on hand and the pathy to the family in their bereave- Holtzclaw, who were devotion itself Girls' paid the treasurer would be taken tests were Louisville beasts sold a11 the way UP to $220 a Prominent Local Negro After Honor ment. Miss Beazley had been an in- in waiting upon and nursing their Lexington, Harrodsburg and into consideration by the banks in School, valid for a number of years, but her mother during her final illness. For ure being paid by From His Political Party Millersburg schools. The splendid head the toP their bidding anywar .rf each would showing Monte Fox of Danville, for a fine death was due directly to a severe many years, the deceased had been of the Stanford pupils is a bid $50 higher with the salary atThere were about.300 cat-o- f attack of diabetes. She is survived an active and faithful member of the to the good workifemaleAt a meeting of the Republican tached to the office, than without it. fine testimonial Domestic Science department tle at the stock Pens but the Janu-o- f state central commhtee at Louisville by another sister, Miss Mollie Beaz- Hubble Christian church, and she the of the city Representative citizens ley, Boyle, with whom she had lived always a Godly Christian life, ary run is usually very light. Quite Saturday night, the local school. it was decided to been in all seem to agree tTiat the proposia number of distant buyers and trad- - hold the presidential making her home recently, and and was ready and willing to go state convention of asking for bids from the iers were here, however, and while tion in Louisville March 1st, with the three brothers, Messrs. Embry T. when the final summons came. BONTA McBEE. only banks for the deposit is the j there Funeral services were conducted was not much good stuff of- - county convention - February 26. Beazley, of Eizabethtown, James R. eminently fair wTay to award the Beazley, of Florida, and Grimes G. at the home Monday morning at 11 News was received from Beech f ered, most of the cattle changed George D. Florence, of this city, a Beazley, treasurership and the action of the Grove, Indiana last week of the wed- - j hands before the day was over. The. of Danville. Throughout o'clock by Rev..F. M. Tinder, of the member of the committee from the council in taking this step is meeting ding there of Carl McBee and Miss top figure paid during the day was a long life she had been a faithful Lancaster Christian church, after Eighth district, went down from with much approval. Agnes Bonta. The groom is a bro- - very close to seven cents a pound) here. It. seems member of the Christian .church. which interment followed in the Lansettled that Edwin Other officials were elected by the ther of James G. McBee, of this j Business with the merchants down Funeral services will be conducted caster cemetery. council as forecast by the caucus ac- city and a son of Itors. Mary McBee. town was brisk. Most of the ' busi-- f P. Morrow, recent candidate for a.t Danville at 10:30 o'clock WednesThe pallbearers were: active J. tion several weeks ago and are as For some time he worked in the I. J. ness men say that there is plenty o:ff Governor, will be one of the dele- day morning followed by interment L. Murphy, R. H. Hester, B. W. Giv-en- s, gates from the State at large. Phil follows: J.j?A. Spoonamore, Bright Herin the cemetery at Lancaster that office and is a splendid young man. money in circulation. They say that ;Brown, of Hopkinsville and George City Clerk J. D. Wearen. nice position in the the country people are paying their,. ring and Mike Rogers; honorary He has held a W. Gentry, of Stanford, are the two afternoon. City Marshal and Tax Collector George C. Givens, J. P. Bailey, T. J. railroad snops at iseecn urove ior, yearly bills promptly, for the most negro candidates for delegate from B. D. Carter. Hill, Cr., J. B. Paxton, J. S: Hocker, some time. Both he and his bride part. Tobacco is selling well, mules ,the NEWS OF CHURCHES State at large. R. P. Ernst, City Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr. and W. A. Carson. are very youthful. His many friends are high, hogs and cattle are firm and) 'Judge George Du Relle, former Gov- The Wqman's Missionary Society City Assessor Fred Garnett. back Home" win extend nearty con- -. everyone seems to teel that the newj r A. E. Willson. Marshal Bullitt of the Baptist church will meet with grntulations. ce a very prospcroas'woiajpg: yfar-w- m rwimr!!y'r!p'- vt f McJNTOSH '7.-.J MAKES GOOD. Judge O'Rear'are also mention Mrs. E. L. Reinhart at 2:30 o'clock GREELY LUTES HAS GOOD SALE from the standpoint of the farmer ed at delegates at large. Friday afternoon. and the small business man MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Former Waynesburg Banker Head Greeley Lutes had a fine sale at k Presbyterian Church: Institution which he County Clerk George B. Cooper services Wednesday evening at sevthe farm near Turnersvile TOM EADS' SALE IN SHELBY USED KNIFE ON ASSAILANT Middle-burmarriage licenses to the has issued en o'clock. Subject: "Abraham, the has traded to Sam Bell of Leonidas Cook and Leslis Logan, Tom H. Eads who will soon return A Mishewaka, Ind., paper last Livestock brought satisfactory followinir couples recently: Albert"' Pioneer". lAn YlAmiAAn AMrnrA1 i U1nn1 to Stanford to make his home, held "& week had an interesting sketch of quick Lane, 21, and Miss Margaret Phillips, """""" Prayer meeting at the Christian prices and other stuff found early Monday . battle. on x, turner uqocii, morning. After striking a -few blows a sale at Crestwood, Shelby county, church Wednesday evening at sev- Stanley Mcintosh, who went from The livestock sold was as iy, oi uasey county; t bidders. last week, at which he realized very the cashiership of the Waynesburg ". follows: Mat Driesler cow for $39; 34 and Miss Ova Martin, 31 of this w"1 their fists, Cook pulled his knife good prices for the live stock and en o'clock. The "Every Member" Deposit Perk Hamilton two calves $26; M. county; Jesse Floyd, 31, and Miss and badly carved Logan about the other stuff he had to offer. To a Mr: canvass in the Christian church will Hoosier Bapk, this county, to the state and has made good Carson cow and calf $89; same black Addie Elliott, 18, of this county; Al- - face and left side of his neck. The R. C. Hawley, of Shelby county, he be held Sunday afternoon, 'January with a' vengeance. The paper said: . 16. The team selected to make this cow $89; Ed Martin red bull' $40; bert Tilford, 20, and Miss Bessie .knife blade broke off in the melee. sold a pair of mules, one a horse and Stanley Mcintosh, is secretary-treasursheep at $7, total- Reynolds, 19, of the Crab Orchard canvass will meetin the lecture room Frank Bobbitt, 13 j Cook was charged with malicious the other a mare, four and six years J. 'ilishawaka Trust ' , .. , o'clock ling $91; Perk Hamilton three steers section. T, .Daney jLuebuay old, for $275; he sold 200 barrels of Friday afternoon at one average for & Savings ofCo.the Before coming to ueiuit; uuugc t,., m tuning vr MontinDull instruction. averaging 535 pounds; Sam The when it was shown that Logan at- - corn at $3.10 a a sow and 10 crease in the Sunday school for the Mishawaka, January last, he was asgomery boar $16; Jake Myers sow NOTES 'OF CURRENT EVENTS. tacked him because he found him pige brought barrel; sow and nine $41; a sistant cashier of the Indiana State $23; G. W. Carter sqw $22.50; R. L. The C. & O. is preparing to serve talking to his wife. Cook was acquit- pigs brought $45.50; an extra milk year 1915 was 18 instead of 12. bank in Indianapolis, and also is Berry sow $23.50; J. N. Cash sow light lunches on ted after a number of witnesses Tiad cow brought $63; eight shoats that interested in three other banking in$25; to same a sow for $25.50; WaLATEST WAR NEWS. stitutions in that city. He is also A company to manufacture patent been heard showing that he had tried averaged 110 pounds brought $7.35; lter McKinney sow $25.50; G.W. Carthree fat hogs sold at $12.25 a head. The .Russian offensive against the interested in the Aetna Trust and underwaists has been organized at to avoid trouble with Logan. ter, two hogs at $6.75, totalling with $15,000 capital. Teutons in East Galicia and Volhynia Savings Co., of Indianapolis. He $43.88; R. L. Berry five hogs, weigh- Winchester has come almost to a standstill. The came to Mishawaka last January and STANFORD'S NEW CITY CLERK Fire visited the little city of Quicking 725 pounds at $5.90; R. L. BerRussians there are consolidating the was preceded by most excellent recry sow $15; same 22 shoats at a sand, Breathitt county, early Saturpositions they won and are meeting ommendations from all his former nickel a pound, totalling $110; H. S. day morning and destroyed the In fact, these tributes with little risistance from their an- employers. horse $72.50; J. business section at p. lost of $8,000. Coy to his character, intelligence and tagonists. . N. Cash jack $142; Walter McKin- Two men were hurt. After the Germans had taken about sound knowledge of the banking buney jennett and colt $180; H. F. Former Mayjr E. S. Helburn, of 700 yards of French trenches in siness gained him his present posi- Martin cow $40; John Carter mare Middlesboro, shot and killed a miner Champagne in an offensive launched tion. $70. Col. Henry Thomas, of Liberty, Saturday night to save the life of He was born in Lincoln county, with large numbers of men, with the cried the sale and a good crowd was j the superintendent of some mines obtaining important Kentucky, and was raised within 40 intention of present. in Bell county. results the French troops, according miles of the birthplace of Lincoln Fifteen candidates for nomination, and Jeff Davis born among the blue to Paris, stopped the attack short. HUSTONVILLE MASONS ELECT including Woodrow Wilson' and grass, pretty women and fast horses, fThe Montenegrins are valiantly At the regular meeting of Charles W. Fairbanks, for President, fighting everywhere inside their king- as he puts it. He is still a young Lodge No. 184, F. & A. M. and Bull Moose nominees for Govdom against the Austrians. While man, being only 27 years. He the following officers were elected to ernor, will appear on the Indiana priadmitting the occupation by the in- stands six feet three, and weighs 215 serve for the ensuing term: Master mary ballot. devaders of a position near Berane, the pounds, and is of Scotch-Iris- h James Stephenson; Senior Warden Montenegrins assert that near Lepe- - scent. What is your opinion of InMrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, presiRoger Hicks; Junior Warden Robnac and Ipek Austrian attacks were diana? the interviewer asked. dent of the Kentucky Illiteracy Comert Ford; Secretary E. V. Carson; mission, has asked for a complete "The only difference between it repulsed. Senior Deacon M. B. Carson; Jun- investigation of the commission and and Kentucky," he replied, "is that The situation in Tuesopotamia, ior Deacon Harvey Hopkins; Tiler where the Turks and British are en- you, in Indiana eat cold bread, while its expeditures, growing out- of the Jno. S. P. Stephenson; Treasurer gaged along the Tigris River, is still we Kentuckians eat it hot three charge that the commission has been Riffe. B. not clear, owing to the divergent re- times a day." spending state funds it was not enThe county adjoining that from ports of Constantinople and London. to. TRUSTEES OF SCHOOL FOR DEAF titled which Mr. Mcintosh came, has, he The grand jury investigation of the appointed Gov. Stanley Monday says, produced over 400 bankers JUST AS GOOD. strike and riot at East Youngstown, following new trustees for the the . Wild-eye- d Customer "I want a within the last ten years, and of O., has been begun, and a report will School for the Deaf at Danville, Col. this number 60 odd are at present quarter's worth of carbolic acid." be made the latter part of the week. Sam T. Harris, of this city, being Clerk "This is a hardware store. identified with Indiana banks. was resumed at the plant of Mr. Mcintosh was a school teach honored by being placed on the body, Work But we have er a fine line of the Youngstown Sheet. & Tube Comt, er in his earlier days, and for the the others being Col. Harvey ropes, revolvers and razors." were orderpast ten years has been in the bankof Richmond, and Messrs. J. pany, and the militiamen organizer ed home. T. H. Flynn, an ing business. His friends speak of H. Baughman and C. R. Anderson, Eight trainmen were injured when of the American Federation- - of Laof Boyle county.' a Big Sandy passenger train ran into him as a man of sterling character, a bor, charged that the rioting was a most capable and conservative Xan engine at Ashland. stock -' Covington will have a dry Sunday financial scheme to depress the banker, and a man who will endearVsC of the tube --works. next Sunday for the first time in 30 BAD COLD QUICfc.Y BROKEN UP himself to all classes of the com- -, years as a result of a decision of saMrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. munity in which he may reside. WOMEN OF SEDENTARY HABITS loonkeepers. Y., writes: "I first used ChamberTHE GIST OF IT. Women who get but little exercise lain's Cough Remedy about eight CONSTIPATION AND INDIGES- are likely to be troubled with constiyears ago. At that time I had a MR. JESSE D. WEAREN "Last December I had a very seTION. pation and indigestion ant! will find just elected City Clerk of the City of Stanford, Kentucky, is one of hard cold and coughed most1 of the vere cold and was nearly down sick the best known insurance men in this section of Kentucky. He has op- time. It proved- - to be just what I in bed. I bought two bottles of "I have used Chamberlain's Tab- Chamberlain's Tablets rightly benefilets and must say they are the best cial. Not so good as a three or four erated a large and successful agency in Stanford for a number of years, needed. It broke up the cold in a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and ft I have ever used for constipation mile walk every day, but very much and has recently greatly enlarged his business by consolidating- - with it few days, and the cough entirely dis- was only a very few days until I and indigestion. My wife also used better than to allow the bowels to the Bromley agency which he purchased. Mr. Wearen is a well known appeared. I have told many of my was completely restored to health," them for indigestion and they did remain in a constipated condition. democrat, having been active in a number of campaigns, and being an. jfriends of the good I received thru writes O. J. Metcalf , Weatherby, Mo. , her good," writes Eugene S. Knight, They are easy and pleasant to take especially expert accountant and bookkeeper, and having a penchant using this medicine, and all who have If you would know the Talue . of,tliis Obtainable ev- and most agreeable in effect. ObWilmington, N.C. for system and business efficiency, is splendidly qualified for the position used it speak of it in the highe'st remedy, ask anyone who has 'used it. f' , to which he has just been elected by the City Fathers. tainable everywhere. erywhere. Obtainable everywhere. .terms." Obtainable everywhere. 4 seven-year-old two-year-o- New City Council Elects All Officials The Home Economics Department of the Stanford High School entered For Two Years Except City the sewing exhibit at Lexington durTreasurer. ing Farmer's Week and won a first exOfficials to serve Stanford for the and second place. The Stanford hibit of hems was the one that capnext two years, with the exception of This exhibthe mayor who holds on for a four-ye- tured the Griffin Cup.kinds of hems term, were elected by the new it consisted of eight on garments and articles and were City Council at a meeting last Friday night. The only official not chos- made by the following girls: Hemstitched hems Josephine en was the City Treasurer, and this Bertie McClure and Ruby was due to the fad that the Council Hilton. has agreed to let the two local banks Bracketfc, Hems Bessie Plain bid for the privilege of becoming ar Ma-then- y, 1 The record mule sale of the season part of the state, and a record for probably the whole state, as" far as any around here have been able to observe in the papers, was the sale of a pair of mare mules by James H. Woods, on the Knob Lick pike, northwest of Stanford last week. Mr. Woods sold the hybrids to Wm. T. Robinson, of Boyle county for a cool $500 for the pair. They were extra nice ones, and had to be to bring that figure, for Mr. Robinson is an experienced mule man and always knows what he ld ! ! . - '"' "" . -- ex-jhi- bit ! a-- ! J ' , - -- -"- -- Mid-wee- g. I -- .!. Tf., ,,.'. i er all-train- nine-year-o- ld -- V . ., Hus-tonvil- le - Che-naul- -- , -i ,- -' J j--- S-- V "V '" '- , - 'i .v 'Si , , -- v ij' wt i - V . . . H v3i'.rr :- - J" " .' V..i J5 . " . T ; xu "y 'r-- T - ih F . :,i , ,' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 11, 1916; sf Tcleio. Lucas County, ss. itate of Ohto. City mages oath that be Is senior Frank J. Cheney sartner of the firm of P. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County and Btate aforesaid, and that said firm 'will pay (he sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and eTery case of Catarrh that cannot be tured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed "in my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D., 1SS8. ' Seal. A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and jets directly upon the blood and mucous surSend for testimonials, faces of the system. rCe' Page Two No Doubt . Some of your friends who have joined OVERCOATS , ' Our LANDIS F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Sold by all Druggists, 75c. O. Christmas Savings Club are saving their money to buy presents for you ARE YOU using the same foresight and precaution? Don't let the holidays come and find you unprepared. .. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 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 centedjgeount just half their real worth. 1 -- . Have the Money to enjoy Christmas as you like to enjoy it. Make it a . Sure Thing A MEMBER ' BECOME AT ONCE one or more You can easily keep up the small weekly payments rXSSTiS!. . - ., i INVITE YOU. MTSSP classes. WE n- -r- LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, $mm U.itt KENTUCKY HUSTONVILLE - Charles L. Warriner went to Denver, Colorado last May, thinking by the change of climate to be benefitted in health, but gradually grew worse and the light of his young life went out Friday, December 24. His remains were shipped to Hustonville and were taken to the residence of his aunt, Mrs. W. M. Myers, where most appropriate funeral services were conducted by Rev. A. H. Baugh. The Hustonville Quartette composed of A. H. Baugh, James Hall, A. J. Adams and Dr. Chase, rendered beautifully "The Last Hope" and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." After the services here the remains were taken to Liberty for interment in Glen-woo- d cemetery, where services at the grave were conducted at the grave by.Rev. J. Q. Montgomery. A large crowd was at the grave awaiting the arrival of the corpse. Several went from here to attend the burial. The deceased leaves a wife, who was fermerly Miss Marie Mills, of Chattanooga, Tenn., and a little baby boy, Charles Patterson, aged 21 months; one sister, Miss Kathryn Warriner, of Hustonville and a brother, Herbert Warriner, of Denver, Colorado, and many friends to grieve for him. Mr. and Mrs. John Loop, and Mr. A. B. Seay, of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mrs. Matthews, of Lexington, attended the burial. The following young men were a jolly set from Transylvania University, Lexington, who were the guests during the holidays of Bowman Myers, at his home on Danville avenue: Hal Hunter, of Allen, Tex., Ford Jackson, of Allison, Texas, and Mat Yarbrough, of Nashville, Tenn. Hunter was picked as full back last fall. Jackson's father is president of the Western Cattle Raiser's Association and has seen quite a lot of cowboy life. Yarof brough was the star quarter-bac- k the Transylvania team this past Fall. All four left Monday ;fpr Lexington studies. where they will resume-theiParker Swope has. been quite ill since his return to Nashville. Grip got hold of him when he was in this city. Miss Kate Bogle is getting along nicely is the report and will soon be able to be at home with relatives and friends again. Mrs. E. McCormack is somewhat better and is expected to be out soon., Marshal Herring went to New Cas-- .; tie, Indiana, Monday last, in search' of a job. He was back inside of 40 hours, satisfied that there is no place like Old Kentucky. Mrs. Uriah Dunn has been quite ill with the grip for a few days, but rn r v If you this i - .. m- ' ',''.: V ,MnJ. salejm H rfeecl an overcoat you cant afford to miss SC I - m VeHBeBP eV bb. al aV I , aV aV & Bailey - . .. -' r' z&'iyJrs?e r .Sxpe is w The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLY Publisher IN ADVANCE Entered at the postoffice at Stanford class mail matter at tecond . Address all communications to The Interior connected not to tome individual with the papjr. inrpcrtant they may be, No matter io-unsigned and anonymous communications to The name Ihe Interior Journal, aie ignored.evidence of of the sender :b wanted as an pood faith and not for publication. If yon havn something you wart to appear in The ftifj Interior Journal, vou must sign your name Id1 it. fr The i Interior Journal charges for obitu- arjes':''resolutions of lespect' and cards of thanks. The rite is five cents a line. PF"The Interior Journal has one of the largest job printing establishments in . central KentacVy and vill be glad to figure with anyone on any jana 01 priming. betterbw. LOST. Two auto chains. Reward Georgeffiewis, of Mt. Vernon, pur- for return to this office. chased some extra fine red pigs here Saturday and had tliea" shipped to bed, in FOR SALEgffolding his home. good shapeMnaa bargain. Apply Misses Viola Beagle and Malinda at this' orfficefliF 2tf ;sa Nave and Mr. Julian ftiffe had an unexpected cold bath given them MonCUT Flowers and wreaths at all day evening at the ford of the creek Ed Hubbard, in the western part of our city. The times. Phone 260. 101-t- f coupling of the buggy in which they .Stanford, Ky. Today'liiSit Bargains j A-- t- r i 3j.- Begin the New Year With A New Set of Books. We have Ledgers from 25c up double and single entry. Day Books, 10c to $1.25. Also record and Memorandum Books. Journal nal in the' future when a subscription is not paid for a year in advance. A great many subscriptions expired on January 1st. Bring in your dollar at once or .send it in, and save fifty cents. No exceptions will be made to this price. The I. J. is now 1.50 lai year to all who do not pay their Sbscriptionsfor a year in advance. -- $1.50 A YEAR will be the price of trie Interior Jour- Friends of Editor Wl Owen Mcln-tyr- e, of the Danville Advocate, have started a boom for him for the democratic congressional nomination in this district. Mac is a bundle of energy and determination and should he decide to start, which, we understand, is very probable, will make 'em all go some to beat him. He is strictly a live wire everyway. Another prominent democrat up this way who is also being quietly "mentioned" is Editor Joe E. Uobinsun, of the Lancaster Record. Mr. Robinson's friends say if he should consent to run he would prove one of the most formidable men in the field, as he is very close to Gov. Stanley and could command the solid support of the state "administration." -- ' j:.k-2j- Swamp Root Saves Kidney Sufferers You naturally feel secure when you know that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, is sbtolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence, prescribed by Dr. Kilmer many years ago, is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. ot . ' , i Swamp-Rois scientifically comSkirmishing preliminary to a fierce pounded from vegetable herbs. It is fight following the introduction of a not a stimulant and is taken in bill looking to the creation of a new doses. It if not recommendcounty out of a part of Pike has ed for everything. According to verstarted at Frankfort. George Mar- -' ified testimony it is nature's great tin, member of the State Democratic i helper in relieving and overcoming Central Committee, has been engag-- i kidney, liver and bladder troubles. ed to represent those backing the If you delay another movement, as they probably think he day. Go suffer, don't your nearest druggist to will be able to line up the "adminis- now and get a bottle. All drug tration" for it. Better Scotch this stores sell --it in two sizes-- 1 fifty snake as soon as it sticks up its head. cents and one dollar. However, if you wish to try this The legislature honored a faithful great preparation send ten cents to and efficient officials when it Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Frank Kavanaugh state librarian. Y., for a sample bottle. When writHis tenure should be made for life ing be sure and mention the Staninstead of four years. ford Interior Journal. 1234 tea-spoonf- ul re-elect- ed were riding gave way, tipping them forward and throwing them headforemost in deep ice cold water. A few nearby friends took them to their homes where they were made more comfortable with warm dry clothing. It certainly was a miracle that some one was not seriously hurt, as they would have been had the accident occurred on the hard ground. Mr. S. A. Walker, wife and daughter, left on Monday afternoon for Louisville to attend a banquet at the Seelbach Hotel, Tuesday, January 4, in honor of the State Insurance Agents of Kentucky. Mrs. Lavina Colson moved Monday evening to the property she rented of Miss Jessie x'owell on West Main street. Miss Sallie Back returned to Bowling Green Tuesday, where she is attending college. Mr. T. A. Ryneirson, of the Fork, had his auto drowned Monday. He had attempted to cross the creek in the western part of town, the water being so high at the crossing point, killed his engine and he was for half forced to sit in an hour. Will Dunn secured a mule and chains from Mr. Riker and soon had him on dry land again. We would like to hear from some of our citizens as to why an effort is not made to place a bridge at that, point. Messrs. John and Samuel Back, Luke Dunn, of Mt Salem, Marshal Herring and Dunn Sandidge, of this place, left the first of the week for Newcastle, Ind., where it is said business is on a boom. Miss Mattie Alcorn left Monday for New York. Miss L. L. Rynierson, of Ellisburg, returned to school at Millersburg Female College the first of the week. Mr. R. P. Anderson left Monday noon for Louisville to be present at the banquet at the Seelbach, which was given in honor of the state insurance men. Misses Bettie and May Peavyhouse left Monday for Bowling Green, to enter school there. Mr. Charles P. Hart, dentist, of Eubank, Ky., has rented the rooms recently vacated by Dr. Hatfield over Adams Bros., drug store and will be here about the loth of January for the purpose of practicing dentistry. He comes highly recommended as a dentist, and should receive a liberal amount of patronage from our mid-stream v SEE the new models in Spirella Corsets .before buying your Spring garment. Miss Ella May Saunders, 3- Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE. Nine mare .mules. Tol No. Penny's Drug Store The Rexall Store GO TO- - 1 Timberlake, 3-- 2p Moreland, Ky. Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE Two fresh No. 1 Jersey cows; one high grade roan bull calf, 8 months old, ready for service. W. R. Gaines, Crab Orchard. 3-- 3t -- FOR SALE. Two beautiful Ma hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; bargains, 125 each, cash. Address B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louisville, Ky. , 3-- 8 T. D. NEWLAND'S Opposite the Court-House, FRESH GROCERIES Try a Gallon of that Open Kettle New Orleans Mo lasses and a Box of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, Phoue No. 168. ANYONE having a farm or city property for sale place It In the hands of J. R. Harris at First National 95tf Bank, Stanford, Ky. FOR RENT. Seven room house and lot, corner Main and Danville streets, for rent. Apply to M. D. 3 Elmore, Stanford, Ky. 1-- WHAT ABOUT A PAIR of GUM BOOTS? WE HAVE THE FOR SALE A few genuine buff toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Red Cockerels for sale also. Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or tf Stanford, R. D., No. 2. 1-- Ball Band FOR MEN AND BOYS I will stand a BLACK black Poll Angus bull at my farm on the Somerset pike to serve a limited number of cows at 1.50 at the gate. BULL. C. W. Lovell. 3-2p W. E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard WANTED nosition as foreman or ijelp hand on farm; have had lots of farm experience of all kinds; will go alnywhere; best of references; write 6r see A. E. Hallsted, Waynesburg, 3 R. F. D. No. 4, Ky. 1-- FOR SALE. 33 acre farm, loca ted near Fairview church, on head of Green river, 5 2 miles south of Stanford, near Stanford and Somer set pike. J. C. Florence, Stanford, 1-- Ky. ' 2-- 2 Lard Presses, Sausage Mills, Sausage Stuffers, Butcher Knives, Sage, Pepper, Etc. Everything For Hog Killing. ) ' 9 Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS kOR SALE. Concrete pavements in front of each lot. Main street, one lot 50x175 feet deep; Church street, near court house, one lot 120x90 feet deep; Whitley avenue, two lots 60x138 feet deep; Miller street, two lots, 60x120 feet deep; Miller street, one lot, 90x360 'feet deep. J. C. 2 Florence and L. R. Hughes. 2-- GEORGE H. FARRIS. J. C. M'Clary J. L. Beazley & Co. !(- -' ! ' WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. . 11 ', li"' I m- 3R. H. C KING, Pa eager and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE t ...... . . LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. - Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ofaie x THE McKinney PolytechnicInsti-tut- e, near McKinney, Lincoln county, Kentucky, has by consent of its incorporators, dissolved the corporation and all creditors are hereby directed to present their claims against UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI the corporation for payment at its Ky. This Oflfct PhtM 117. Hum PImim office near McKinney, Dec. 14, 1915. McKinney Polytech101-- 4 TF0RD. KENTUCKY. nic Institute. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEN Furmitor-Exckaage- Furniture, Mattiaf, Rugs, for all Kiafe sf Stock. PHONE 43 STANFOM. KY. d 'i ..i s -- 4 ' - .4 f .- -.. u& ' iV V ,.-- r ,.; ..'Tf--- T - a v' v" ' age rour The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 11, 1916. Theo Noland, of the East End, Center Bros., of Garrard, bought a sold a yearling mare mule to Col. pair of mare mules Josh Wilson, i of Crab Orchard, for here Monday from R. E. Gaines. $125. He bought a young mare mule R. I. Burton, of Garrard, sold 11 from John Wilson, for $80. head of steers here Monday to Joe three-year-old Central Ky's Greatest Farm Agency All Central Kentucky Farmers in Lincoln and adjoining counties or elsewhere, who have a farm or property you want to sell or" exchange, list it with STURGEON REAL ESTATE COMPANY. We can sell or trade your farm or property for you. No obligations. Very liberal charges. We'll be pleased .to serve you. Write or come "and see us anytime. For the first time in months "Un-cl- e STURGEON REAL ESTATE CO. i , KINGS MOUNTAIN, KENTUCKY GEORGE STURGEON CYLDE STURGEON We believe the 1916 Maxwell to be the best car with the lowest upkeep in its price class in the world the choice of men who know. H. C. CARPENTER, Ag't. Stanford, Ky. Ed Oaks, bought a shoat from Ben Gilliland and one from W. A. Tribble last week at $3 a head. Wm. Russell sold a bunch of hogs to Coulter White, the popular More-lan- d butcher, at six cents a pound. They averaged 140 pounds. Fox Caldwell, of Danville, was on the local market Monday, looking for some likely stuff but was unable to find anything that suited him. J. P. Ballard, of Preachersville, bought a couple. of canner cows from J. B. Robinson, near Waynesburg, at three cents a pound. They averaged 550 pounds. E. B. Sutton, of the East End, bought 11 head of light stockers here Monday from J. A. Young, of Adair county, at six cents a pound. They averaged 600 pounds. J. M. Tarkington is delivering his corn this week to J. H. Baughman Milling co., which he raised on the Paxton farm , He sold it at $3.50 per barrel. George D. Boone and J. P. Ballard who are buying a lot of livestock in the East End, shipped a car load of hogs to the Cincinnati market Saturday, which ran in weight from J.00 to 200 pounds, and which they bought at from a nickel to six cents a pound. J. W. Barnes, of Birdstown, Tenn., had a small bunch of stuff on the market here Monday. He sold to Richard Cobb, just over theBoyle line a calf for $38 six heifers to T. W. Jones at $33 a head, a cow for $30. 12 i Farm and Stock News Tribble and Wade sold' Monday to Jesse Noland, a coming mare mule for $130. On the Lexington tobacco market last week 3,353,715 pounds were sold at an average of $10.14. John C. Pepples bougTit of Chris Gentry, a cow and calf for $50. He also bought a black calf from I. M. Bruce, for which he paid $8.75. George C. Givens, of Rush Branch pike is delivering his corn to the Baughman Milling Co., this week at $3.50 a barrel. W. P. Kincaid, the local tobacco buyer, purchased the crop of W. D. Hanson and Mr. Gaddes, near last week at 13 2 cents a pound. There were 7,300 pounds of weed in the cro,n. three-year-old Mil-ledgeviile, 1-- BSraTO i'5 ..v-r-- " "' mi jjffl & iliii livered Tuesday or Wednesday averaging 150 pounds at 5 4 cents U..f U "'" wwwimtim j Lambs More Mutton a pound. That's where profits are In sheeo il raieiuK. uui jou cannot fjec We DlfJ Joe E. Robinson, of Garrard, was profits unless yon keeD vonr animals free from worms. on the market here Monday, looking pt for some good stockers. He bought 18 head in all, three from R. K. Young, of Adair county that averaged 945 pounds at $6.62 2 a hunwill positively clean ont the worms, not In Tour 6lieeD. but In everr nthar onlr dred and 15 from W. E. McAfee of tnimaion yourpmce. j.nis wonder worlt- - 9 ' Inp remedy will destroy nnd expel every A near Shelby City at six and a half fl lflKt vnmi. iMTlntr thAnnlmnl frao tnilln.tf and assimilate every ounce of food it eats, jH ' cents a pound. These weighed from Sat-VIs a wonderful tonic and con- - Jjl ' 800 to 900 pounds. dltioner. it costs bat of a cent a day Al i per ueau w leeu. Vjm The Garrard Milling Company, of Sal'Vet is manufactured by the S. It. Fell Gfimnanv. Lancaster, have bven making puruieveiana, v. j chases of wheat in adjacent counties, their latest deal being the purchase of 1,000 bushels from farmers of Rockcastle county at prices running from $1.10 to $1.20 per bushel. The Garrard Milling Company sold a large consignment of timothy hay to a stock firm at MaSal-V- et con, Georgia, receiving $14 per ton is sold by for the provender put on the cars at E. T. Pence, Jr. Lancaster. -- ym ,... &, G Paxton & Davis sold to J. B. Foster shoats averaging 70 pounds at cents per pound. To T. W. Jones calves for $12, 24 hogs to be 3-- 2 de- Amwi 1-- ot -- ! lowing Season Is Oliver Chill and Avery Chill the Plows A Sub-Soi- l Attachment is a Valuable Addition Try One on a Guarantee - On Hand Now arg W. H. Higgins, Stanford Jimmy" Roberts, of Pulaski was on the Stanford market Monday without a hoof for sale. He said that he simply came down to see how the market ran and did not bring anything with him as the January market is usually very slow and the run of cattle very light. J. C. Caldwell, of Danville sold this week to Swartzchild & Sulzberger, the big Chicago packing firm 328 head of fat cattle which he has been feeding his farm on the Harrodsburg The price Mr. pike near Danville. Caldwell received for the beeves was $7.85 a hundred pounds with three per cent off. The steers averaged 1,475 pounds on the scales. Rube E. Horton, of Waynesburg, sold a couple of cows to Henry Fields here Monday, on at two and a half and the other at four and a s. half cents a pound. They were To T. W. Jones he sold two more at $33 each; and six calves to John G. Lynn near Shelby City, at $12 a head. Henry Fields also gave Mr. Horton five and a half cents a pound for half a dozen shots. Fifty-nin- e fine Duroc Jersey sows and gilts were sold, last week, by John H. Williams, of Pembroke. The sale attracted many buyers, Several coming from other States and being among the" largest purchasers. Total receipts were $3,587.50, with an average of$60.80. The highest price was $250, paid by J. W. Sweeney, of Bowling Green, for Imperator's O. K. 67887. J. A. Young, of Adair county, who had a bunch of stuft nere Monday together with his brother, the popular R. K. Young, sold a bunch of 14 steers to Harris Bros., of Hubble, at $41 a head. The beeves averaged about 600 pounds. To R. C. Murphy, of the West End, they sold two calves for $40 and to John Allen, of Hustonville a black Aberdeen-Angu- s bull for $45. Monte Fox, of Danville, was the principal mule buyer here Monday. He purchased about 14 .head in all during the day. His early deals were as follows one from J. H. Bustle for $162.50; one from W. A. Leach for $175 ; he paid L. P. Palmer $220 for a particularly choice mare mule; gave B. W. Gaines $155. for one; bought a pair from George C. Givens, Jr., for $300 and bought one from J. R. Powell for $127.50. Pope & Robinson, of Garrard, shipped a car of hogs and cattle to Green & Embry, at Cincinnati. The consignment of about 125 head of swine and a small bunch of the hogs ran in weight from shoats to fat porkers tipd ping the beam at the notch, while the cattle weighed from 600 to 700 pounds per animal; the beeves cost them from 5 to 6 cents per pound. Paul Finch, who recently bought the Drake Creek Stock Farm, in the East End from W. A. Todd, held the first auction sale of Duroc-Jerse- y hogs ever put on in Montgomery, Ala., just before he came up here a few days ago to take charge of his fine Lincoln county farm. Mr. Finch sold 40 head at an average price of $32.60 a head. He is going to make a specialty of handling this breed at his farm here and at the same time will represent the owners of a numalfalfa farms in ber of black-lan- d Mississippi, who have placed their farms on the market. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, was in Stanford Monday morning, taking the train for Atlanta, with a load of 25 cotton mules which he will put on the market there. He bought them from Joe E. Robinson at $170 a head. All were mares, and they were four and and a nice bunch. Mr. Burton shipped another load of hybrids to Wilson, North Carolina last week, that cost him an average of $190 a head, and to a South vCarolina paty he 'shipped Friday a load of more aged animals that were from five to. eight years old which he bought an average of about $150 a head. Mr. 'Burton says that the mule market in the south is getting better all the time. can-nerbo-vines; Pope, at a nickel a pound and $1 premium on the head. Joe Smothers, oldest son of Jerry Smothers, the well known thresher man, died at Danville Saturday and was buried here Monday. Ugh! Acid Stomach, Sourness, Heartburn Gas or Indigestion The moment "Pape's Diapepsin' reaches the stomach all distress goes. Weather Rubber and Leather Footwear YOU WILL .NEED- THESE - Wet is coming. We have now a new supply of ! foods you eat hit back taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic jot this down: Pape's Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stomach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief sometimes they are slow, but not sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is quick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy condition so the misery wont come Do some Low Top Shoes, Medium Tops and Extra High Tops these are weather beatres. . Heavy Kersey and Corduroy Suits for Men Sam Robinson, Stanford MEXICAN QUAIL FOR KENTUCKY The first consignment of Mexican Bob White quail, secured by W. K. Brewster for the Kentucky Game and Fish Commission, will arrive at New York in a few days from Tampico. There are 343 in the shipment. Ex ecutive Agent J. Q. Ward of Frankfort, said the birds will be kept in captivity until the season of snow is past, although the birds come from above the snow line. He made a request through Senator Beckham HUSTONVILLE Miss Annie Floyd gave a dinner to six of her friends on Friday evening, Ja.mary 7th. The feel different as soon as "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach distress just your stomach gets sweet, vanishes no gases, no belching, no eructations of undigested food, your head clears and you feel fine. Go now, make the best investment you ever made, by getting a large fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. You realize in five minutes how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or 1 any stomach . disorder. nt 3-- back. You PARLOR GROVE Mr. J. C. Hundley shipped two hogsheads of tobacco to Lexington Wednesday. He went to Lexington Thursday to attend the tobacco sales. While there he will order plaster for repairing the church at Parlor Grove which is to be Miss Vesta Simc spent 'Tuesday night and Wednesday with Misses Selma and Zena Eubanks. o Mrs. A. B. Wylio was called Science Hill Sunday, by the illness of hospitality of the charming hostess and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Floyd; the almost bewildering number of srood thines constituting th menu upon the beautifully decora g ted table; the general and hilarity that entered the hearts of the guests induced by the very atmosphere of this home all these blended into one perfect whole eve- and Congressman Cantrill to have ning of enjoyment, and the occa the port of entry for the next ship- sion will long be remembered by ments made either Mobile or New the fortunate guests, who were: Orleans. The birds came from Misses Lillian Mason, Sadie BaughHacienda "El Caracol," Cruz, man, Angie Carpenter and Messrs. Tamalipas. Mr. Brewster wrote Sam McKinney, King Carpenter and that owing to the disorganized con- Sam Lusk. dition of affairs it has been difficult to get the quail; but better condiRepresentative M. E. Lee, of Hardin county, vill introduce two tions now prevail and lie expects to bills in the present Legislature, one secure many more soon. is to make "bootlegging" a felony Francis M. Head, one of the oldest on the second conviction and the distillers of Kentucky, whose inter- other is to abolish county farm ests were at Gethsemane, died in institutes., thereby saving the State LoV Angeles at the age of 74 years. about $30,000 annually. good-feelin- her mother. Mr. and Mrs. H. Goff spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gooch and wife of Somerset, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ellis of Cincinnati, spent part of Christmas week with. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellis. Mr. Genie Gooch, wife and baby spent Monday of bast week with W. F. Sims and family. Webb. Mr. Denny 125-pou- nd Notice! l 300-poun- Hemp Growers! Our supply of Hemp Seed is so limited, we can only furnish seed to those con- The foundation of the "Pleasant View" Babtist Church is completed. It is solid stone, laid in cement. Messrs. Gains, Wolls, Johnson and Sturgeon are hauling logs to the saw mill and the work will be rushed from now on. Mrs. J. C. Hundly and mother Mrs. Elright, are on the sick list. F. M. Eubank and family and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis opent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell. Mr. Powell McCreary has returned to Newcastle, Ind., after spending the tracting the cut crop to us. Call on C. Hays Foster, Lincoln Bank Building and learn our prices. holidays with homefolks. five-year-ol- ds MissMary Jane Ferrell and Mr. Loyd Koontz of Waynesburg, spent Friday evening with Miss Vesta Sims. Mr. Jarret Johnson was at Stanford visiting Thursday of last week. Mrs. Ann Eliza Eubanks, Mrs. Florence Singleton and son Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Eubanks and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell spent Sunday with W. F. Sims and family. The infant child of (Mr. Meades died suddenly Wednesday morning and was buried at Parlor Grove E. F. SPEARS & SON PARIS, KENTUCKY Florida Get full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. H.Todd, District Passenger Agemt,LonUvilIe, Ky. The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken,Augusta,Char-lestoColumbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. n, 1 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 carservice. 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. cemetery Thursday. Monday several of the neighbors assisted Mr. Wm. Eell in erecting a buggy and wood shed. Those present were: T. G. Bennett, T. J. Ellis, F. M. Eubanks, W. F. Sims, Minter Bell and Richard Webb. Mesdames Ellis, Bennett and Eubanks assisted Mrs. Bell in preparing a bountiful dinner. Misses Selma and Zena Eubanks spent Thursday with Miss Vesta Sims. Wesley Sims shipped a hogshead of nice tobacco to market. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Eubanks and Mr.and Mrs. Wm. Bell spent Wednes day with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis. 4 Mr. J. C Hundly and daughters, Gertrude and Mae spent Sunday afternoon w'th W. F. Sims and We Have Just Received our First Car of COKE Try a Small Load in Your Furnace or Hall Stove. Will Hold Fire Fine. Price $4 per ton. Phone No. 11 Jmv A Southern Railway PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH J wBs uilamwmiwciii ' ' Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan spent Thursday in Waynesburg, calling on their new, fjrandson, the handsome little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee'man family. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1 ., &Li 3 - - ' I ,S & & . ' The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 11, 1916. Monday, and is reported as being in a very critical condition. Page Three Fine Healthy Child Convincing Evidence SIMPLE, INEXPENSIVE REMEDY CHECKS EARLY TENDENCY TO CONSTIPATION Condensed Statement of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky., Made December 31, 1915. About the first thing impressed on the young Mother is the necessity for Resources regularity in her baby, which brings Liabilities up the question of the most desirable Loans, Stocks and Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 laxative for children's use. i i. Bonds v" " Surplus earned $251,446.97 28,500.00 Mrs. Jesse Richardson, Philpot, Ky., says she has used Dr. Caldwell's U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Undivided profits 941.20 Theo Noland, near Preachersville, Syrup Pepsin for the past year and Banking House & Fund to pay taxes 600.00 who used to live in Estill county, is that there is no medicine in the other real estate 9,482.85 Circulation feeling prety good over the news of world like it. . She. writes: "My little 49,100.00 the oil boom which has struck that son, William, Jr., just loved it beCash & due from Deposits 202, 1 14.82 county. Several paying wells have cause it is so pleasant to take, and banks Bills payable ... 46,326.20 26,000.00 been struck just across the river everybody talks about his being such a fine healthy boy." from a tract of ground he owns. Wm. J. Richardson, Jr. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a Total Total $357,256.02 $357,256.02 Little Hugh Davis Noe, son of Mr. compound of simple laxative herbs, and Mrs. H. M. Noe, had his nose free from any opiate or narcotic who are in session at the court house The Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand .$fr . quite severely cut while coasting drug, and is the standard remedy are reported to be giving some stiff on a hill near his home on Lancas- for constipation in thousands of raises to land owners in various parts We have paid taxes and expenses, declared Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we ter street. Dr. E. J. Brown was homes throughout the land. Drug of the county. payable on dedividend of J. D. Eads, of Crestwood, Shelby are, very truly, called and several stitches had to be stores everywhere sell it for fifty mand, and there will remain $941.20 to UnJ. S. HOCKER President taken. He is resting as well as cents a bottle. Get a bottle of this 'county, was over Monday to see the divided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. S. T. HARRIS can be expected, and his many excellent remedy, and have it in the local markets, the first time he had The bank will pay 3 interest per annum, H. C BAUGHMAN Cashier friends hope he will soon be out and house. A trial bottle, free of charge been back "home" in some time. Mr. compounded January 1st, and July 1st, on Eads has just bought at Louisville a W. W. SAUNDERS, Savings Accounts, and One Dollar ($1.00) vell again, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. big bunch of feeding cattle to run J. R. HARRIS will open an account. The bank also pays inBookkeeper B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., over on his Shelby farm. He purterest on Time Certificates, Editor E. C. WaTton. of the Monticello, 111. The Bank solicits accounts both small and John C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, C R. Colechased 72 head of steers Leader, spent Sunday large, and from the young and old; and man, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid, The County Board of Supervisors at $6.50 a hundred. , here with his daughter, Miss Lucy promises prompt and faithful attention to all Wai. Beck, H. C. Baughm-nJ. M. Pettus, Lee Walton, who will join him in W. G. Gooch, J. C. Eubdnks, Directors. business intrusted to it. their new home the latter part of LANCASTER this week Mr. Walton is greatly Miss Eliza Lunsford left the past pleased with his new location and week to spend the remainder of the paper, and is beiny given a heart- winter with her sister, Mrs. Wells, warming welcome by the good people in Cincinnati. of Mercer county. J. R. Harris is confined to his home It isn't your town rt's you. Mrs. James Sanders entertained at Personal and Social with grip. a most inviting course dinner, the T. K. Watson, agent for the MetWHAT ARE YOU GO- - W Miss Maggie Stagg is slowly re- - j Real towns are not made by men being her recent guests, Miss Josephine Carpenter has been ropolitan Life Insurance Company honorees afraid ING TO DO TONIGHT? W covering from a severe attack of Misses Maud, and Hazel Stone, of E a grip victim for several days. for Lincoln and Garrard counties, Stanford. Lest somebody else gets ahead. grip. George Rich, north of town, has has moved to this city to make his Arthur Davidson and daughter of When everybody works and nobody headquarters, and will be given a The week of prayer was observed 1 B been a grip victim. INA CLAIRE shirks. Hid "iYTTTinnnr confinn Vtmra Vinon ill ' cordial welcome here as T. K. is a at the different churches in the com. Mrs. L. M. Goodnight is confined You can raise a town from the dead. i with the grip. r hustler and very popular with all munity, the ministers alternating in to her home with grip "THE WILD GOOSE g C. Mobley and daughter have been ' Mr. Watson and preaching. And lf while you make your personal who know him. z. 1, Mrs. Mary Martin, who has been down 1 CHASE" with the grip at their home at Mrs. Henry Simpson is in Lexingbride have taken the Vandeveer flat sake quite ill for some time is slightly McKinney. recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. C. ton with her mother, Mrs. W. S. Your ne;ghbor can make-one- , too. improved. Henry, who is reported critically ill. Mrs. Eliza Coffey, of McKinney, Your town will be wtiat you want to H. Foster. B Mr. Harry Jacobs, the monument was THURSDAY Elder F. M. Tinder has been holdin town lvionaay, snopping ana see, man, is confined to his home, with visiting her son, Arthur Coffey. J. L. Yeakey, near Hubble, was in ing services in the afternoon at the Marguerite Clark in E It isn't your town it's you. a severe attack of grip. town Monday although suffering Sycamore school house on the Lex"PRETTY SISTER JOE" Mrs. Will Severance returned with The program rot the above date with the grip severely. Mr. Yeakey ington Mrs. John Naylot, of the Gilbert's road. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Bourne to New will be as follows: Creek section, has been quite ill with says that, he is 52 years old and this There are quite a number of grip Castle for a visit of a few days. New York and New England Writers is B gall stones. STANFORD OPERA the first time in hys life he has ever sufferers in town and vicinity. Few H Mrs. James Wilmot, who lives out Washington Irving: Life, Charac- been down or had to buy any mediT. E. Cecil and children, near Mc- HOUSE escaped the prevailKinney, have been down with the on the Lancaster pike, had a stroke ter, Works Miss Annie McKinney. cine, which is certainly a record to families indeed PRICES 5c and 10c B of paralysis Monday. James Fenimore Cooper: Sketch be proud of. He says that Mr. Gog-gi- n ing malady. g"P A good crowd attended court here Miss Marie Ballard returned to the Mrs. J. B. Paxton. AfiRs TCntfi TToltzelaw. who teaches and his family and many others Among Normal School at 'Richmond the past William Cullen Bryant, Poet of her;Monday from Hustonville. at Logan's Greek, returned to of, his neighbors are also grip suf- week, after enjoying the holiday sea"" linmo- nfr OilhPrt'R Creek. Saturdav. i those who were here were Messrs. Nature --Mrs. Rice. ferers. Steele, j Reading from Bryant: son with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Lancaster John and Julian Ris; Robert Fenzel and Robert Nunnelley. John Ballard. Margaret Fuller Ossoli Miss Ellis. Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, was is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Henry Catron, of the Walnut Flat Misses Allie Arnold has returned The Alcotts Mrs. Craig. in Stanford a short time Monday Bell Perkins. section, has as his guests for a few to Pittsburg, Penn., to resume teachHarriet Beecher Stowe Miss Em- morning returning home from Gravel City Assessor Fred Garnett is condays, his brothers, Ben Catron, of ma Hays. fined to his home on Hustonville aveSwitch, where he is pastor of the ing in the D. & D. College, and Miss Russell Springs and Oscar Catron, Lloyd William Garrison Mrs. Baptist church. Rev. Pike has just Margaret Arnold has returned to Conue with a severe attack of grip. of Pulaski county. Kincaid. been called to the pastorate of the lumbus, Ohio. Hon. Lewis L. Walker, of LancasMrs. C. Hays Foster and little Mr. R. I. Burton entertained at Henry D. Thoreau Miss Burch. this morning on legal Baptist church at Brodhead again, ter, was here daughter, returned late last week a course dinner at his home near Lan- 50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses) and gives that congregation a quarbusiness. spent HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Mrs. Mattie Nevius is visiting her from Pineville, where they ter of his time. He is one of the caster, a number of gentleman The Sophomores lost one of their best known and most forceful men in friends partaking of his hospitality. Lan- several days with her parents. "Dr. son, Joe Nevius an family at and Mrs. O. P Nuckols. Mrs. F. B. Marksbury and Miss Jnst because yon start the day worried best pupils when Miss Cora B. Tros-tl- e his denomination in the mountains, caster. tired, and muscles, Miss Leona Riffe and Mrs. Synder, Jennie Lackey visited Danville rela- andocnin? stiff legs and arms bearing down had to leave school on account being a powerful expounder of the an bead, burning and Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, sister of who are trained nurses in the hospit-t- of moving to Mercer county. She pains in the back worn out. before the day tives the past week. Word. Mrs. W. K. Warner, passed thru here begins do not think you. have to stay in at Winchester, spent Sunday with made many friends while here and Allen Johnson and T. J. Price have that condition. on her way home after a visit to Those sufferers who are in and out of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. they wish that she will be as sucE. N. Veatch, formerly district returned to the Military College at bed half a dozen times at night will apher parents at Lancaster. D. S. Riffe at McKinney, and return- cessful at her new and Staunton, after spending the holi- preciate the rest, comfort every strength school as she was plant, chief for the Cumberland Horace Riffe of Hustonville, was our treatment gives. For form- of ed to Winchester Monday. scalding pains, or weak-ces- s, bladder trouble, and Tellephone Company and days with the home folks. here. in town Saturday to meet his sister, action is really wonderful. its The many friends of the popular Rev. P. L. Bruce conducted the one of the most popular telephone Be strong, well and vigorous, with no Miss Besse Riffe who has been to more pains from stiff joints, sore muscles, WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS. officials who came to Stanford, has hardware merchant, Mr. Raymond rheumatic suffering, aching back, or kidchapel exercises Monday. Louisville on a visit-Mij During chapel period Friday a been transferred to Louisville, where Haselden, will be glad to hear of his ney or bladder troubles. Mary Rout, who has been On January 12th, next Wednesday, The Williams Treatment conquera kidhere, went in the uiud Kooms, tne woman s very entertaining program was ren- he will be in charge of the plant of recuperation from ? severe attack of ney and- bladder diseases, rheumatism and visiting Miss Sudie Ellis, all uric acid troubles, no matter how to Corbin, Saturday to make a visit Club will hold the first meeting of dered. Those who took part were: the entire State of Kentucky for the rheumatism. chronic or stubborn. If you have never nsed The Chautauqua Circle held a uu, The W.illlams Treatment, we will give to Mr. W. B. Hocker and family. the New Year. We hope that among Piano, Mary Ruth Reinhart; Reading, Cumberland Company. Mr. Veatch, ,, ,. , . jruur uwu aais uuiub who for a time, made his headquar- meeting tne yuau ween. iu iL uuuic rree- - contains to; uusrai lufor naDit-iormc no aiconoi T. K. Tudor has been down with the resolutions of the season each cit- "Dotty," Mary Louise Huffman; Pixn Inc drutr. Does not affect the heart. tt j Ui nn;iu iiUU3U'1 n the erin for about a week. Bona izen has resolved to stand by the ano, Joanna Ballou; Reading, "The ters in Frankfort, is one of the best of Mrs. B. j3end this notice with your name and: 10c. help a pay to and address, known men in the telephone service avenue. in all its enterprises and Bootblack," Joseph Ballou. McKechnie has been looking after home-tow- n ' uistriDnuon expenses, to xne JJr. Bry- - D. a. Williams Company, Dept stood Miss Mamie Lee Ballard, of On account of such bad weather in Kentucky and the news of his prothe coal and poultry yards. that the Woman's Club may have Block, East , and so many cases of grip, a large motion will be pleasing to a host antsville, entertained quite hand- - New Post Office receive by v Hampton,! Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Cummins, j much encouragement and v win .t regular 50c. bottle (32 doses), without charco cnmalir af "Snn" in Vinnnr of fi cnndlv who have been at Middlesboro for tion in cleaning up, making thereby number of pupils were absent Mon- of friends here. incurring any obligations." On , ,. . , , r i. and without most aencious rciresn- - bottle only to a lamuy or auaresa. some time, were here Monday, morn- - j a more sanitary and attractive place day. Among those who were unable numDer. to attend were: Elizabeth Holtzclaw. Mother! Your Child ments were served. jnjr a snort wnne witn irienas ana . in wnicn to live, to Mt. Vernon. The Woman's Club met in the Club You don't have to go to war to be Lucy Wilmot, Sam Embry and Pres- afterward went Is Cross, Feverish, Corbin, patriotic improve your locality; up- cott Brown, of the Seniors; Tilden rooms Friday afternoon and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Parsons, of ! Mattie D. Duncan was the leader. Cooper, Bessie McCormack, Clarence stopped over Sunday for a short visit hold your town; enlarge its interests From Constipation The body of Mr. Hiram Clark who with her son A. D. Parsons and fam- and lend a hand to progress and Singleton, Will McCormack, Leonard ily, en route home from Bloomfield, you are a patrio a lover of your Ballard, Mary Bailey, Mary Gaines, if tongue is coated, breath bad, died in. Oregon, wa$ brought back to his old home for interment. Bewhere she had been with her daugh- country as truly as a soldier who of the Sophomores; Kathryn Harris, stomach sour, clean liver and Jean Paxton and Eva Rankin, of the sides a daughter, the deceased leaves ter. Mr". Mat Preston, who has been shoulders a musket. bowels. on the sick list. three brothers. "It Isn't Your Town It's You. 9 Juniors; Sara Sampson, Sylva FarGive "California Syrup of Figs" at Mrs. George Ruble, wife of a John H. Shanks, of Columbus, Ga., If you want to live in the kind of mer, Nancy Hunn, Craig Fish, Sara Cormney and Robert Holtzclaw, of once a teaspoonful today often prominent farmer of Buena Vistd, a town who spent some time at the bedside saves a sick child tomorrow. the Freshman class. of his mother, Mrs. Lou Shanks, at That's the kind of atown you like, died after a weeks' illness of pneuIf your little one is was You needn't slip, your clothes in a New Castle, before her death, monia, age 48 years. Besides her halfsick, isn't resting, eating and husband, she leaves four children. compelled to return home immediategrip CARD FROM MR. WARNER And start on a long, long hike. I wish my friends to know that I seei if tongue is coated. This is ly after her funeral last week. Mrs. Bettie Dudderar and Messrs. will still have my plumbing business a sure sign that its little stomach, William and Victor Lear, have re Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks left for Columbus, Ga., Friday evening, You'll find elsewhere what you left at my old office on East Main street liver and bowels are clogged with ceived information of the death of Your Family deserves i where Mr. Shanks has . extensive and will be better prepared than ever waste. When cross, irritable, fever their brother, Mr. James Lear at his behind, the Best ish, stomach sour, breath bad or home in Kansas. horse and mule interests, and where For there's nothing that's really new. before to take care of their needs in they will spend most of the remaind- It's a knock at yourself when you line. I will make a specialty of heat- throat full of cold, give a teaspoon-fu- l of "California Syrup of Figs," ing' and water systems, and will give er of the winter. knock your town. The amendment providing for work of any sort the most careful, and in a few hours all the consti- woman suffrage was reported fayor-abl- e pated poison, undigested food and painstaking and prompt atteption. to the U. S. Senate by the sour bile gently moves out of its Suffrage Committee. W. K. WARNER. will bring it to them ' little bowels without griping, and well, playful child again. CARD FROM CO Rare It sues a Year all of the Heard About Town you have a can rest easy after giving I desire to MR. 5HUGARS. very best and the most also. Mothers thank&jjjpy; many Twice as much, reading as- any this harmless "fruit laxative," be- friends who have gven me a large . W. T. Richard, of Junction "City, monthly magazine gives. bought of A. A. Yocum his store at cause it ,never fails to, cleanse the portion of their patronage since I Great Serials 191$, Bowen and is understood to be great- little one's liver and bowels and have been in Stanford, and to exsweeten the stomach and. they press the hope that they will contin alsp 250 SWt Stories... ly pleased with his new location. dearly love its pleasant taste. Full ue their business with my successor, Rare Articles by Specialists, EdiMr. and Mrs. James McGirr, of directions for babies, children of Mr. J. W. Acey, who is a splendid torial Page, .Family Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Children's Page, printed businessjnan, and will do everything the West End, ,are receiving congrat- all ages and for grown-up- s Doctor' s Advice, and 'tons of fun. ' ' ulations of, their friends upon- the ar- on each bottle. in his power to serve you well. Dr. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. W. N. Craig, one of the most experirival of a seven-poundaughter in o $2:00 SEND Ask, i your druggist for a 50rcent enced pharmacists in the state, will Issues for 1916. Companion Heme- - Caltheir home. t endar for 1916 included if you send at oace. bottle of "California Syrup of handle his prescription work and the r TK YOUTH'S COHPAMOIf . Mrs. James I. Wilmot, ,wife, of the .Figs;" then see. that .it is made by combination will be hard ebotta. ' Three Currmt outs Sent Free. well known farmer of .the Huhble combination will, be, hard to beat. ,. vj&V-y"V.. section, sustained a paralytic stroke sn Truly yois; W. K. Shugars. SubcriptioM Rccahrel At Tfci OtfUm Ki JrV I . Newland attended the farm ers' week meetings at Lexington last week. He says that all the blues won in the dairy exhibits were won by users of the DeLavel Cream Separators of which he is agent. The cadets of the Kentucky Military Institute left on a special train last week for their winter headquarters on the coast of Florida. Among the students who went along and will have a fine time ir the south while pursuing, studies was Igo Perry, of this city. J. O. j semi-annu- al 3, Vice-Preside- nt Ind.-Bcokkecp- er Har-rodsbu- rg 850-pou- nd The Hoitig M (PansmnnffiMuim of - i I !.,,,, ; J ; ! J J I I j - Le" URIC ACID SOLVENT - FREE al Tel-agra- ph - ss ' m : 1 co-oper- a- . , ! out-of-sor- ts, THE YOUTH'S COMPANION - Plumbing and Heating C.E. BOWER 9 a ui - d, -- TO-DA- Y. fiftx-tw- Stanford, Ky. Telephone 263 . . 3-- 1. KiiW H&fl - X 'sf. . -- s?T i njf , .i j? i cif