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The Interior J fl Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. PICKETT OUT FOR CONGRESS Opponents qf Congressman Helm To Make Fight With Prominent Shelby County Democrat TDTVT A X Tuesdays and Fridays KILLING OVER IN GARRARD Old Grudge Said to Have Been Re. 5. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 18, 1916. HIGH BID OF $220 PER EAR UNCLE HARDIN YOWELL DEAD MIDDLETON GOODWIN NEW CITY ATTORNEY Popular Young Couple of East End Wins Honor of City Depository for Prominent Old Citizen and DemoMarry Saturday Evening. crat of Marion Succumbs Lincoln County National Bank The wedding of Miss Annie Mid- - .man-Helnv- sponsible for Shooting Affray City Council last Friday night, the Near Cartersville. Lincoln County National Bank was selected as the depository of the funds belonging to the City of StanLancaster, Ky., Jan. 17. Opponents of Congressman Harford, after spirited bidding with the The killing last week at Cartersvey Helm in this district, have everyFirst National Bank. J. Welch ville, Garrard county, is said by. offthing greased for the entry of Hon. Rochester, assistant cashier of the icials who have investigated the mata brother of Mrs. George Pickett, PBHiv p$j9Hi hi? mil successful institution, was elected ter to have been the result of an old city, into "William Severance of this City Treasurer for a term of two le grudge between Bynum Carter the race, as the only opponent of fffffffffffffffffffffffffffHMHKj years. The Lincoln County NationBert and his brother-in-laA disthe present congressman. al Bank bid the sum of $220 annuWilson, a Rockcastle county resident. patch from Shelbyville, Pickett's ally for the city's deposits, $4 higher When VanWinklc saw Wilson and Ralph home, Tuesday said that Judge than the last bid of the First Natwo other men passing along the Gilbert, of Shelby county, who has tional. The salary of the City Treasroad, it is alleged he opened fire on been mentioned as a probable candiurer is $50 per year. Considerable them, Ed Ballard receiving a wound date, has announced that he will not interest was manifested in the HON. T. J. HILL, Jr. from which he died the next mornmake the race. The dispatch then friendly rivalry which was displaying at the Berea hospital. Wilson said: Stanford's new City Attorney, just ed in the matter, and a good sized reported seriously wounded When advised that Judge Gilbert elected for the ensuing term by the is also crowd was present when the Coun- with a probability that he will die. was out of the race, Mr. Pickett at City Fathers, is one of the best cil convened and asked for bids from :j ti,. r Ed Ballard, the man killed by once decided to enter and authorized known young attorneys in this part President J. the two institutions. was 19 years old, unmarried the formal an' S. the statement that of .the state, and one of the most Hocker acted for his bank, while and the son of George Ballard of the candidacy will ap- dleton nouncement of his popular at the local bar. Mr. Hill Walter Goodwin, at A. T. Nunnelley, a director of the vicinity. pear in the papers of the district Crab Orchard at the home of the successful bidder, did he biddine has enjoyed ample experience in all Cartersville Bynum Carter Van Winkle escaped this week. He said; moreover, that bride Saturday evening came as a for his institution. The City of the courts, to qualify him in evtwo of the three lie expected to win it. In this sanery way to take care of the city's after he had shot to their host of friends in j thers and others feel that they made men passing his home, and, so far, guine expectation, Judge Gilbert, the East End, and elsewhere. Both a goou- bargain on behalf of the tax legal business and prosecutions and officials have not been able who has made a partial canvass of are very young people and they'payers in securing such a satisfacto-ar- e to advise the City Councilmen re- Garrard to locate him, the impression being the district and a thorough study of being kept busy receiving con- - ry sum for the use of the taxpayers' garding legal matters of any sort has fled the country. He is existing conditions, heartily coin- gratulations and good wishes of their j money, while officers of the success-man- y can be depended upon to always be that he 17 years old and belongs to cides and he cheerfully pledged Mr. friends. The bride is the very fu bank take pride in the fact that at his post of duty and thoroughly about family that Pickett his full support and whatever attractive, accomplished daughter of their institution is now the official posted on all questions having to do the same VanWinkle affair at Cartook part in a shooting influence he may possess. Mr. Pick- Mrs. Sim Middled n. For several j cjty depository as well as the county with the legal affairs of the municitersville some five or six years ago. two terms as County At- years she has been an ethcient and ' depository. ett served pality. The story told by VanWinkle's torney and is now the member from popular membejr of the staff of the friends is, that the three passers-b- y house of the gen- Crab Orchard' telephone office, and Shelby in 'the lower SELLS OUT AT HARRODSBURG BUYS FINE FAYETTE FARM first opened fire on him, the shots eral assembly,, in which he has taken through her unfailing courtesy, po DIED IN LOUISVILLE not taking effect; he at once rushed of the liteness and sweet disposition, has i Frank Hill, of Wayne county, who high rank as the chairman Ed Walton Sells the Leader to W. into the house, and, securing his As the I. J. went to press Tuescommittee on railroads and a mem- made a wide circle of friends and is a kinsman of several prominent O. Mclntyre And Associates gun, was soon giving them a full on rules, i.i admirers. Mr. Goodwin is a junior Lincoln county people, has just pur- - day news was received from Louisber of the committee addition to other important commit j member, with his father as the senior chased "Pinewood," the handsome ville of the death there of Mrs. Jane Much surprise was occasioned charge of return bullets, with the result. accord-- . tee assi; gnments not usually b of James A. Eastin, four miles Harris, who leaves many relatives among his host of friends here when above final f th c b Orchard Irs. W. W. Saunders receiv- news came from Harrodsburg early cd representaties in their first term. tling Works, and is frequently in from Lexington on the Paris pike. here. Kinnaird Ford is a close cousin ot uov Stanford and over the county in the The Lexington Leader says that the ed a telegram stating that the r in the week that Ed C. Watlon had Pickett Miss fatsy Kinnaird, younger will be brought here for in- sold the Harrodsburg Leader, which Stanley. interest of his business. He is a hus-- ! farm is one of the show places of daughter of Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, and tling and prominent young business Fayette county containing 135 acres, terment, with short services at the he bought only a touple of weeks Elijah Ford, son of former county man, and in every way deserving of Mr. and Mrs. Hill will occupy their grave. FuriLer details of her de- ago, to Owen Mclntyre, Arthur W. Judge A. D. Ford, of this city, were Can't Muster the Courage mise will be given in Friday's issuo. Timoney and A. E. Hundley, of Dan-vil- la married this (Tuesday) morning, at The Nicholasville News commenc- the splendid helpmate he has won. , new home February 1st and Mr. Hill Mr. Walton and family are the home of the bride's parents in The wadding was performed at . will 'transfer his cattle raising and ing upon the effort to get out oppoNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. already back in Stanford and their Hill Court, the ceremony being prosition to Congressman Helm had this the home of the bride in Crab Or- - feeding operations to, his new home, presenqe of only a few The price was not made'publi? but is chard in the R. S. Garnett, an insurance agent friends hope they will never leave nounced at 10 o'clock. 'The young to say. last week: Tom Cromwell in the Cincinnati friends and loved ones. Rev. J. H. i understood to have been a "big figure. of Owenton, had the tip of an ear here again. Mr. Walton has a busi- bride graduated twi years ago from Enquirer says that "certain influen- Rogers, pastor of the Preachersville Mrs. Hill is a daughter of the,, late bitten off by a horse one morning ness deal in view here, which caused the Lancaster High School, while the him to sell out at Harrodsburg. He groom is a capable young business of last wjelb, . . tial democrats" opposed to Congress- - Baptist church, said the words which J. Oatts, of Wayne, who war-on- e made the happy pair one, after which i the biggest mule dealers andfarmthe Eighth Befdche5lri(l.'6'fllfl 1 6 . the Jews still thinks that Stanford is the very man of this place, he and his broto get the decks cleared oi a delightful wedding supper was 1 ers in the south in his day. trying of America expect to raise $5,000,-00- 0 best town on the map and hopes to ther being engaged in farming, while so uiax, served to the bridal party at the t3ier for the help of the millions of locate here permanently. The new he has other business interests. Afowners of the Advocate, with the ex- ter a bridal trip, the young couple FELL AND BROKE HIS NOSE Hon. George L. Pickett home of the groom's parents. they can pit Jewish sufferers. through the war. against ception of Mr. . Hundley are well will be "at home" at the Ford resisingle-hande- d Judge J. Pink Thompson, aged 76, of Shelby, Frank Phillips, of the firm of PhilMr. Helm. At the same time the Danone of the oldest and best known known newspapermen, Mr. Mclntyre dence- on Richmond avenue. CHURCH NOTES. lips & Phillips, fractured the bridge being the junior editor of the Danville Advocate, always hunting for Without a single exception every bone of his nose when he slipped and attorneys at the Lebanon bar, died ville Advocate and in active charge "single-hande- d against Presbyterian Church, a man to run at his home in Lebanon following a director of the three banking instifell on the icy pavement in front of of that paper while senior editor W. tutions of Lancaster was Mr. Helm," says that "certain influ- service Wednesday evening at seven ; . rter b ii i. i. long illness. .I..U. "vei &UiUie u" JU"" SL1eu Wash-ingt- o Messrs. J. F. Oatts and M. D. V. Richardson, has been in ential democrats" are trying to get o'clock. Come and study with us the at the stockholders' sessions held at e' U wasTery ld' Shearer returned home last week resign as Character of Abraham. private secretary to the various bank offices. All of these nas the William Jennings Price to and Mr. Phillips was walking along Senator Ollie Jame. minister to Panama, and come home banks are in a flourishing condij with his hands in his pockets, which from Georgia where they had soldo undertake the task of beating mules. Monticel-land tion, each having declared its regLATcoT WAR NEWo (prevented his catching and saving three car loads of McKINNEY. as Gen. Garnett, after canHelm, Outlook. ular dividends, besrde carrying a Beset on the north, east and west j himself rrom the nasty fall which re vassing the situation, the Advocate's Mr. Joe E. Shadoan has gone Little Alice Marie Smith is report- good amount to the surplus fund. armies. Monte - sustained. He will be laid up for first suggestion, declines to try it. bv South with a carload of mlues The Citizen's National holds the dised sick with grip. peace. several days with his injuries. As Price and Pickett are both per- nejrro has asked Austria for Judge W. R. Cress has gone to Mrs. W. M. McClure is visiting tinction of being on the honor roll, request has been granted. sonal and political friends of young and her Tennessee to be treated by the Ne- her mother at Pine Knot. its capital and surplus being the SCHOOL BURNS AT CORBIN. Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby, who still The unconditional laying down of gro doctor. Monticello Outlook. same, $50,000. Stock in this finanMrs. Amelia Montgomery is resays that he wants to run, and has arms by Montenegro was made theThe West Side city school build Following the suicide of S. J. Wel-le- r, ported suffering from grip. cial institution recently sold for $200 Pickett's support pledged, it would basis of the iopening of peace ne- i ing at Corbin was burned down cashier of the bank at Dundee, i.:4-Tir Mr. per share. The National Bank, the We are pleased to note ia '. seem the task of selecting some one fLui; , i mon- about 5 'clock Friday nteht The Ohio county, a shortage of $4,300 is W. C. Toombs and family 'that re-- 1 oldest bank of Lancaster, has a sur," 1? have t.o "beat Helm" presents all of the me minis uupuseu uy Liie uucti origin of the fire is not known. Only said to hae been found by state bank cently become residents of our lit- plus of $30,000, and undivided prosame old difficulties, and would re- archy. This is the first withdrawal a few seats and no furniture was examiners. fits of $8,000. Its capital stock is tle town. quire another "Victoria hotel meet- of any belligerent from any of the saved. The building was a two-stoAttorney G. E. Stone, of Danville, Pay your city taxes now and give $50,000. The Garrard Bank and ing," even if one has not been al- alliances that have been fighting with frame, nine rooms, valued, at came here Sunday to look after his the city fathers a chance to do some Trust Company, the youngest finanready held. The boys who really each other since August, 1914. $4,000. partly covered by insurance. brother, Attorney J. B. Stone, who cial firm of the city, is growing in In their drive along a front of Nine teachers will be out of em- - suffered another stvoke of paralysis improving on our streets. have congressional ambitions, had popularity and ability every year, Mrs. A. H. Davison is able to be "better lay low, watch the politicians, j nearly 100 miles in the Caucasus, payment until arrangements are a few weeks ago and is very feeble. out again after an attack of the and beside paying its usual dividend all secret meetings, conferences, etc., the Kussians have won additional mnjp Monticello Outlook. carried $2,000 to its surplus fund, and bide a wee. This is a year of vantage from the Turks, sufferin t i Miss. Dovie Shepherd, a student in which now amounts to $8,000. Our friend and neighbor, Johnie in the democratic heavy casualties. the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Sluder says he is strong for preparHIGH SCHOOL NEWS. At the latter half of the season party in and out of this state, and The English army coming north-- ! Danville, died at that institution as a edness, so he is building a garage in advances, the bulk of Garrard toeverybody from the President down ward from the Persian gulf to the re- The regular weekly program was result of an attack of pneumonia. town for all the auto users so come bacco is reaching the market, and given Friday morning. Those will be given renominations, prac- lief of the British forces at Kut-El- -' She lived at Corbin and her re- by, tank up, light up and get fixed proves to be the more superior grade tically without opposition. to with-'in- g Part were: Piano.Duet, Eddie mains were taken there for burial. up. has driven the Turks of the Burley leaf, the wealthier ' in six miles of the beleaguered 'town Bruce. Baughman and Lucille Walk-o- n Henry Brierly, 68 years old, was A special meeting of McKinney class of Garrard farmers having no Recitation, "Grin and. Bear It," found guilty by a jury in the Henry Lndjrfi. Nn. 631. F. Xr. A. M. was held i er RECOMMENDS INSURANCE CO. the Tigris. ' reason to rush their weed to the Shelton Saufley Jr. ; Reading, "The Circuit Court of the murder of Leo- at the lodge rooms on December Entente allied troops have ianded as they possess satisfactory I heartily recommend to the inRobert Baughman; Piano st nard Pollard, a youth of 20, at Lock- - 27, where an abundant supply of re breaks, bank accounts and hence are not Reliance Life In- at Phaleron, a port five miles south- suring public the Margaret Shanks; Reading, Peach port, infi1Wfi?"and sentenced to serve of Athens, according to a semi- -' freshments had been provided by an forced to put their crops on the I surance Company of Pittsburg. Games' T,he Primarv efficient committee consisting of A. floors until prices rave taken an uppolicy with this official dispatch from Berlin. German ;Pie' Mfy at the college had an eight years in the peniteiitiary. i grades am carrying a health down Among the new corporations H. Davison, E. J. Tanner and W. J. ward tendency. Some sensational my three newspapers say this is in prepara- oratorical contest and cdmpany and during Shelton Mi which filed papers with the Secreta- Duncan," consisting of lots of good figures have beenreporto'd within months' sickness they have paid me tion to an attempt to overthrow King , Saufley, Jr., won, reciting the same ry of State at Frankfort last week things to eat. The lodge was then the past few days. D. N. and Em-me- tt Constantine. promptly and it gives me pleasure niece he pave in chrinel. Long having teamed their The proposal of Great Britain to j wm McCormackf whd is very m was the .Beasley. Garrett Tobacco called to order and the following ofto recommend them to you. Talk to Company, capital $15,00"0; incorpo- ficers elected for the ensuing year crops to the Madison County Capiestablish a blockade against "German at his home is a member of the pres. Jesse D. Wearen, their local agent. ports, it is stated, is approached with ent Sophomore class and the entire rators, C. C. Wallace, R. N. Beas- Worshipful Master, A. H. Davison; tal and effected satisfactory sales, Coe H. Moser, Stanford. ley and William L. Wallace. Senior Warden, Price Butler; Jun- the former receiving the high avedelicacy in the state department as ' mh ar i,ft;n f nr 5npPHv Fletch Deaton's appeal to the su- ior Warden, A. W. Brown; Senior rage of $28.91 per hundred, while calculated to arouse an recovery. CONNECTION WITH OTTENHEIM preme court for a review of his con Deacon, Dr." J. B. Smith, Junior Deacompensated at an feeling in Congress. It is claimed Those absent Monday were: Class viction and sentence to life impris- con, Wm. Montgomery; Treasurer, the. latter was average price of $24.39 per hundred Manager Jordan of the local tel- that France and Italy reluctantly '16, Prescott Brown, Jesse Hocker, Ed Callaephone exchange announces that the agreed to the idea that Great Britain Lewis Proctor, Lucy Wilmot, Effie onment for the murder of was dis- E. J. Tanner; Secretary, Cleo Thom- for his output of burley. Joe Wheelhan in 1912 in Breathitt as. er and D. Adkinson have also indicaconnection between the local plant should dictate as to the commerce of Ware Lucille Dudderar, Elizabeth beMrs. J. W. Cocking is quite ill suf- ted that they are successful tobacTelephone European neutrals with the teutonic, stasre-- : Class '17. Anna Green - Wood. missed at Washington last week and the Farmers' Home r w cause of Deaton's :ailuie to print the fering with the girp, complicated by co growers, as their crops brought Company, of Ottenheim, has been allies. Class '18, D. S. Holman, Will and record in his case. Deaton had sought malaria. over the $20 .mark. completed and that local patrons can Bessie McCormack; Class '19, Wal- to have the record printed at goverrf-meAt a called meeting of the City now get free service to Ottenheim. NEW BOOKS FOR LIBRARY. ter Browning, Sara Cormney, Ruby expanse on a plea of poverty. BAD COLD QUICKi-- Y BROKEN UP Council, the deadlock on here for This was formerly a toll service. 'Hilton, Robert Holtzclaw, May Belle " The Woman's Club which did such . T Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. several weeks was broken by Mayor o io oampson. WOMEN OF SEDENTARY HABITS Y., writes: splendid work in organizing the pub- joyous aim oara GIST OF IT. THE "I first used Chamber- L. G. Davidson casting the deciding who get but little exercise lain's Cough Remedy about eight vote for Orville Buck, the present library for Stanford, is preparing Women "Last December I had a very se- lic add some new volumes to the to and .list CONSTIPATION hND INDIGES- are likely to be troubled with consti years ago. At that time i nad a Chief of Police, to be vere cold and was nearly down sick and has issued the following stateTION. pation and indigestion ana will find hard cold and coughed most of the and also for him to serve as Superinin bed. I bought two bottles of ment to those interested. Those "I have used Chamberlain's Tab- Chamberlain's Tablets rightly benefi- time. It proved to be just what I tendent of the Waterworks. H. T. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it holding library cards are requested lets and must say theyare the best. cial. Not so good as a three or four needed. It broke up the cold in a Logan, disqualified for further ser was only a very few days until I P I frnvrj MnMiMnlAVt to give to fmmile walk ev.ery day, but very much few days, and the cough entirely dis vice by moving beyond the city lim; was completely restored to health," books they the librarian a list of would like to .see in the and indigestion. My wife also used better than to allow the bowels to appeared. I have told many of my its, Mr. Wesley Zanone was chosen writes O. J. Metcalf, Weatherby, Mo. nurary. XT ' 1 I j. T it in a constipated condition. the good I received thru to serve in his place.. iew uuuks are J.o 1. or-- 1 ' mem ior 1. If you would know the value of this dered at once, and those most ue - her good,'' indigestion anqxney aid remainare easy and pleasant to take friends of medicine, and all who have J. Y. Robinson has returned to desirusing this writes Eugene S. Knight, They Temedy, ask anyone who has used it. able will be selected from this list . Wilmington, N. C. and most agreeable in effect. Ob- used it speak of-i- t in the highest Georgia for the remainder of the Obtainable Obtainable everywhere. o'rdering. tainable everywhere. erywhere. terms." Obtainable everywhere. . winter. , Brad-fordsville, - At an adjourned meeting of the t -- t-- ! . Fa-surpri- se ' - "Uncle Hardin" Yowell, aged 93 years, a widely known citizen of Marion county, residing near and a kinsman of the Yowell family in the West End of Lincoln, died at his home late Sunday afternoon following an illness of several weeks. Death was due to the infirmities of age hastened by a stroke of paralysis which he sustained some weeks ago. He had been dangerously ill for several days and his death was not unexpected. All of is children were at the bedside when the endjeame. "Uncle Hardin," aS he was familiarly knjwn, had lived in Marion county all of his life, having been born andi. reared there. He was the second oldest man in that county. He was well known and widely related throughout this section of the state. "Uncle 'Hardin" was a staunch dem-ocr- at and enjoyed the distinction of never having scratched his party's ticket from constable to president. His wife died a number of years ago.. Surviving are four sons R. H. Yowell, J. J. Yowell, J. Q. Yowell and William M. Yowell, the latter chief of police of Lebanon for many years, and one. daughter, Mrs. T. T. Bland-forof Louisville. The funeral was held Tuesday, burial being in Old Liberty fcemotery a short distance from his home. d, Van-Wink- w, Van-Wink- le, , ! N f disU-ictar- e -of -- would-be-candida- tes Mid-We- ek -- SdJ tt: . ed Autro-Hungari- an I : ry I j tak-Ama- ra, J"' So-we- , anti-Briti- sh si ( -- 7 nt re-elect- l -- 1 1 1 1 -- ev-before ir The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday. January 18, 19 The Interior Journal 16. q No Doubt Some of your friends who have joined S. M. Saufley. $1.00 A TEAB .' Publisher IN ADVANCE STRICTLY In Five Minutes! No Indigestion, Gas or Sour Acid Stomach The Moment Reaches 4 Entered at the postoffiee at Stanford a second close mail matter Address all communications to Tjie Interiot connected Journal not to rome individual with the papr. Nb matter Sow inrpcrtant they may be, unsigned and anonrznout communications to The Interior Journal, aie ignored. Tho name of the sender :s wanted as an evidence of pood faith und not for publication. If you havn something you want to appear in The Interior Jourml, you must sign your name to it. 'Che Interior Journal charges for obituof aries, resolutions of lespect and cards thanks. The rate is five cents a line. The Interior Journal has one of the largest job printiag establishments in central Kentucky and "vill be glad to figure with anyone on any kind of printing. "Pape's DIapepsin" the Stomach All Our LANDIS Distress Goes. "Really does" put bad stomach in order "really does" overcome indigestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in five minutes that just that make's Pape's Diapepsin the largest selling stomach regulator in the world. If what, you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gac and eructate sour, undigested food and acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your insides filled with bile and indigestible waste, remember the moment "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing almost marvelous, and the joy is its harmlessness. A large fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money back. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't get their stomachs regulated. It belongs in your home should always be kept handy in case of a sick, sour, upset stomach during the day or night. It's the quickest, surest and most harmless stomach regulator in the nt EVERY MAN "Ot ft 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. Have the Money to enjoy Christmas as you like to enjoy it. Make it a Sure Thing BECOME A MEMBER AT ONCE You can easily keep up the small weekly payments in one or more classes. WE INVITE YOU. has the right to wear the kind and style of clothes he most prefers, but in justice to himself he should not lose sight of the fact that garments with the character and dignity of $1.50 A YEAR will be the price of the Interior Journal 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 sijire fifty cents. No exceptions will pe made to this price. The I. J. is npw $1.50 a year to all who do not pay their subscriptions for a year in advance. Scott county voted $100,000 road bonds at a special election held Saturday, the vote being 1,064 to 357. The money will be used principally for reconstruction of the" pikes already built. Plans are on foot to call another election in Casey soon, and we wouldn't be surprised to see another election called in this county soon, and under slightly different conditions than the former, it would probably carry. In Scott a commission of prominent farmers and business men, representing all sections of the county was agreed upon to act in conjunction with the fiscal court in spending the money upon the roads, and that plan seems to have been a popular one and to have appealed to the voters, who realized the need of a large expenditure to put their roads in good condition again. Collegian Clothes .will be a great aid in the battle- for success. - LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY world. 5-- 1 It m,akes no difference in what mold Nature has cast you, whether your build be unusually stout or slim, you are assured of a perfect fit when you buy a COLLEGIAN Overcoats and Suits we are showing are the kind you should wear. will leave the first of the week for Cincinnati, where he is likely to begin practice in the near future. Mr. Wolf graduated, as will be re- The perfectly tailored I Here Is A Prescription HAVE II HLLhUAl membered by friends, from the Cumberland University at Lebanon, Tenn., last June, with a very creditable record to his account. Danville Advocate. Exceptional Value At Today's Best Bargains The People's tise What Market Place Adver-Yo- u Have to Sell THE LINCOLN PHARMACY Many doctors tell their patients to Heard About Town D. D. $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00 take prescriptions Pharmacy. to the Lincoln Also many mothers send their children here because they feel an assurance of safety and service when we put up the carefully written prescription of, the doctor. The most simple as well as the most complex prescription receives our undivided careful attention. :::::: The Lincoln Pharmacy STANFORD, KENTUCKY J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist A Good One--It has Try our riding turning Oliver Plow. a three horse hitch; a rolling coulter to cut the stalks, running briars, etc. ; A weed hook that lays the tallest weeds in the furrow; A sod skinner to turn j'our sod. Take one on trial. W. H. Higgins, Stanford More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started FOX RIDGE COAL iSZlmlM Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of lA&oia 1 3c at Yard 14c Delivered J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY ,v BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J LOST. Two auto chains. Reward Carrico, former manager telephone plant here, passed for return to this office. of the through Monday from Frankfort to the mountains on an inspection trip. FORSALE A folding bed, in good shape and at a "bargain. Apply The cold wave which hit Kentucky at this, office. 2tf STANFORD KENTUCKY Sunday brought the mercury tumbling down and many thermometers CUT Flowers and wreaths at all registered two degrees below zero times. Phone 260. Ed Hubbard, on Monday morning. It was just 101-t- f Ky. as cold this morning also, and the Stanford, prospects are good for a continuance 1 of the cold snap during the week. SEE the new models in Spirella c Corsets before buying your Spring Superintendent Len Miller and garment. Miss Ella May Saunders, 3- Jack Burnside, oi the Lancaster Stanford, Ky. Record, very cleverly came over last Friday and adjusted the T. J.'s new FOR SALE A good fresh Jersey Omaha folder, which is used to fold cow at a bargain. W. D. Gover, 4 paper now issued on Stanford, Ky. the eight-pag-e exFridays. Both are mechanical perts and soon had the new machine FOR SALE. Nice pure White v working like a clock. Pekin ducks, old Haggin stock, for sale, $1.00 a pair. Mrs. G. G. Perry, Tom Helm, a local negro, who was Stanford, Ky. arrested at the tim the carriage full of negroes permitted their horse to knock Miss Anna K. Matheny out FOR SALE Two fresh No. 1 Jerof her buggy on Danville pike, was sey cows; one high grade roan bull acquitted at his trial in the county calf, 8 months old, ready for service. GO TO- court last week. Helm showed that W. R. Gaines, Crab Orchard. he was doing everything in his power to hold the horse, which had beFOR SALE. Two beautiful Macome frightened at an auto. hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; V Opposite the Court-Hous- e, . R. K. Axson, representing three bargains, $125. each, cash. Address B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louisof the Presbyterian orphan schools, 8 , spoke at the Presbyterian church ville, Ky. here Sunday morning and made up Try a Gallon of that Open Kettle New Orleans Mo a good contribution li'sfc for the supANYONE having a farm or city port of his institutions. Mr. Axson property for fhle place It In the hands lasses and a Box of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, is a former Georgian, and is a cou- of J. R. Harris at First National Phoue No. 168. sin of the first Mrs. Woodrow Wil- Bank, Stanford, Ky. 95tf son, who was a Miss Axson before her marriage. His resemblance to FOR SALE A few genuine buff the daughters of President Wilson toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Isis striking. land Red Cockerels for sale also. Charley ,Nunnelley, of near More-lan- Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or tf left, this week for Montana, Stanford, R. D., No. 2. loto make his home. He will be FOR SALE 3 Rockers, a nice . cated at Manhattan, Montana, where Dresser, wooden bedstead and set he expects to farm, or go into business. Mr. Nunnelley is one of the of springs, nice dining table, homemost popular young farmers of the made kitjehen cabinet, new 12x14 West End of the county, and his drugget and a lot of other househost of friends wish him every suc- hold and kitchen furniture at a cess and much good luck1 in his new bargain. See Ben Scanlon at telephone office. 4tf home. Quite a number of are doing well in that western state. PLUMBING AND TINNING. I m am still in the plumbing and tinning Mr. Joseph Wolf, who has been business and anyone needing anyattending the present term of court, thing in that line can get me at my home. Phone 254. I will answer all C. M'Clary Beazley & Co., calls promptly and do your work TO THE PUBLIC. I represent tne largest and best well at a reasonable price. A. D. m a i 4 clothing house in this Parsons, Stanford. country fcld V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, Send In gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. Tou will .get the worth of your money, either tin the UNDERTAKER AND EMftALMElt cheapest grades or the higher priced. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEB Furaitare, MattiHg, Bags, My FALL and WINTER line of Furniture samples are now ready for your inREMEDYFORMEN. Off let PhMK 117. Hmm PImm X Exckaaged far all KiaaW of Stock. spection. Call and let me show, you. 'AT YOUR DRUGGIST. PHONE i H. C. RUPLEY, ti. practical Tail STANFORD KY. TF0RD. KENTUCKY. McRoberts & Bailey tr Genuine Oliver Plows and Repairs 4-- 5-- lp W.E. PERKINS, -- Crab Orchard 3-- 3t T. D. NEWLAND'S 3-- FRESH GROCERIES d, 1-- Lard Presses, Sausage Mills, Sausage Stuffers, Butcher Knives, Sage, Pepper, Etc. Everything For Hog Killing. GEORGE H. FARRIS. J. J. L tnade-to-ord- er 5-- That Dollar! Y ? - The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 18, 1916. Mrs. Peggy Hocker has been ill with grip for several days at the home of her son, Mr. J. S. Hocker. Mrs. W. R. Todd is at her former Condensed Statement of home in Franklin, Tenn., having been called there by the serious illness of her grandmother. , ,se"2 A MILD LAXATIVE AT REGULAR Rev. M. D. Early is suffering with INTERVALS WILL PREVENT lumbago and complications and was Stanford, Ky., Made December 31, 1915. CONSTIPATION unable to preach at the Baptist church Sunday. S. A. House, of Stanford, was A vital point upon which all schools Liabilities Resources her during the week. J. F. Pope of of medicine seem to agree is that Lancaster was visiting his daughter Loans, Stocks and Capital Stock Mrs. W..H. Smith, on Main st., Mon- normal regularity of the bowels is $ 50,000.00 an essential to good health. The imday. Corbin Times. Surplus earned 28,500.00 Bonds $251,446.97 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Grundy, of portance of this is impressed partic941.20 U. S. Bonds Undivided profits 50,000.00 Lebanon, who have been visiting ularly on mothers of growing chilMr. C. E. Tate and family, return- dren. 600.00 Fund to pay taxes Banking House & A very valuable remedy that ed to their home Saturday. Circulation 49,100.00 should be kept in every home for use 9,482.85 other real estate Jack Lawrence, the popular third Deposits 202,114.82 trick man at Rowland, spent Sun- as occasion arises is Dr. Caldwell's Cash & due from day with his family at Mt. Ver- Syrup Pepsin a compound of simple Bills payable 26,000.00 46,326.20 banks laxative herbs that has been prescrib- 'i '$ '' r Mi WKA non. ed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell of Monti- County Attorney W. S. Burch was so much improved last week that he cello 111., for more than twenty-fiv- e Roland Lee Turner Total $357,256.02 $357,256.02 Total returned to his rooms at the St. years and wnicn can now be obtained Asaph hotel. He was not so well, in any well stocked drug store for it would. It is fine for the stomach The Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand "' '" fifty cents a bottle. and bowels." however, early this week. In a recent letter to Dr. Caldwell, A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Train Master W. 0. Dilly, one of Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we We have paid taxes and expenses, declared Mrs. H. C. Turner, 844 Main St., Pepsin should be in every home. A the most popular ocials on this dipayable on de are, very truly, dividend of vision of the L. & N., and one of the Buffalo, N. Y., says, "I bought a trial bottle, free of charge, can be will remain $941.20 to UnPresident mand, and there J. S. HOCKER divided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. most efficient, was in town a short bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. .: S. T. HARRIS o, sin for my baby, Roland Lee Turner, Caldwell, 454 Washington, St., The bank will pay 3 interest per annum, time Saturday. H. C BAUGHMAN Cashier July 1st, on compounded January 1st, and HI. Lynn Dillion, of Crab Orchard, and find :t works just like you said W. W. SAUNDERS, Savings Accounts, and One Dollar ($1.00) arrived here Thursday to visit his Bookkeeper J. R. HARRIS will open an account. The bank also pays ingrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Newton, terest on Time Certificates. Mr. H. J. McRcberts has been on Dillion. He will also work at Mi--. John C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, C. R. ColeThe Bank solicits accounts both small' and Jr., of Somerset, are here for a vis- the grip list for the past several Dillion's mill on Sinking Creek. man, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid, large, and from the young and old; and it to the family of Mrs. Abe New- days. London Sentinel. Wm. Beck, H. C. Baughnrxn, J. M. Pettus, promises prompt and faithful attention to all Mrs. J. F. Cash, and pretty daugh- ton. Lebanon Enterprise. W. G. Gooch, J. C. Eubanks, Directors. . Miss Lucille Crowe, who has been business intrusted to it. ter, Mjss Evelyn Cash, and Miss Mrs. P. M. McRoberts will enter- spending the holidays with her parStella Jones and Robert Tucker, of tain both the Current Events Club ents at Danville, returned to LexMiddleburg, were in town shopping and the Sewing Crcle at her home ington Tuesday, where she is superSaturday and paid the I. J. an ap on Somerset avenue Thursday af- visor of music at Sayre College. preciated call. ternoon at two o'clock. Lexington Leader. Miss Lucinda Lutes arrived today Mrs. J. M. Ware is very ill a'; har Charlie Pendleton, clerk for SevPersonal and Social from Danville to be the guest of Miss erance and Son, is confined to his home on the Somerset pike. home with the grip. W. O. Walker is confined to his Mabel Gum for about ten days. Miss Sirs. M. E. Prewitt is confncd to Lutes will also be with her sister, Miss Lissa Holtzclaw left Monday home with a severe attack of grip. her home with the gr;p. Logan Stephenson spent Sunday Mrs. James B. Fisher on the Vermorning to the College of Miss Virginia Givens, of Harrods- - Music at Cincinnati. with his sister, Mrs. W. M. Hobson sailles pike. Lexington Leader. Embry Beazley, of Elizabethtown, burg. was the week end guest of: Messrs. June Givens, Arthur Cof- at Gampbellsville. Miss Matsy Grimes. John R. Engleman, of Lexing- attended the funeral of his sister, fey and Ottis Willis were in RichB. Hammonds and son, Dr. J. mond Sunday, the guest of friends. ton, is here the gudst of his bro- Miss Alice Beazzley at Lancaster, T. T. Hammonds were in Louisville on Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence, Sr., ther, R. C. Engleman. Mr. Engle- last week, and stopped by here on business last week'. J" are both unable to be out on ac- man is one of the best known trot- his way home, to ' attend to some T. K. Watson was in Crab Or- count of the grip. business matters and shake hands ting horse drivers in the business. We have Ledgers from 25c up douchard, on insurance business SaturMrs. Eliza Portman, who has been Heath Severance, who has been with his many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brent, of day. ble and single entry. Day Books, here for the past few months, went unable to return to school on acLexington, are also in Florida, on Rev. P. L. Bruce's mother came to Mi. Sterling to visit her grandson, count of sickness, returned to 10c to $1.25. Also record and MemMrs. Brent, belast Friday from Spring Hill. Tenn., George McAlister. Military Institute, accom- their honeymoon. fore her marriage, was Miss Annell to spend some time with him. Miss Elizabeth Higgins entertain- panied by his father, Mr. Albert orandum Books. Having Tomlinson, of Lancaster. Little Miss Susie Rankin, of Hub- ed a few of her friends at a chafing Severance. ble, is spending a few days with Miss dish party ai her home Friday ee-ninJohn Sexton, of Olive Hill, has spent several weeks at Jacksonville, here. Mary Louise Stone been at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. St. Augustine and the Breakers, Mr. SaunDeputy Grand Master J. N. L. B. Lowenthal, who is with the Sophia Henry, who has been quite and Mrs. Brent have gone to Cuba ders was in Louisville on business firm of Daniel Briscoe, of Knoxville, ill at her home on the Danville pike. before returning by way of New OrStanford, Ky. The Rexall Store connected" with the Masonic grand was in town Monday. He makes his Her many friends .will be glad- to leans. Miami, Fla correspondence Courier-Journa- l. lodge, last week. home at Somerset. know that she is much better "now. in Sunday A Hint to Mothers of Growing Children THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I semi-annu- al 3, Vice-Preside- nt Mon-ticell- Ind.-Bookkeep- er -- re-ent- er Begin the New Year With A New Set of Books. Mil-lersbu- rg g. Penny's Drug Store 4 - GREAT HALF PRICE SALE Our Stock Reducing Half Price Sale is the greatest money saving event of the season. This is the clearing out of desirable merchandise at prices that are only a fraction of their real value. We need the room they occupy and the money they represent which accounts for this great sacrifice. This Great Half Price Sale begins Thursday, Jan. 20 CLOAKS You can buy any cloak in our house (noth-in- g SKIRTS Good time to buy a skirt styles are good and you can save the other half any at half price. REMNANTS. reserved) at just half the regular price. ) DESIRABLE DRESSES Big lot of short lengths of all kinds on the remnant counter. SWEATERS Any serge or silk dress at just one half the regular price. t SHOES 1 x Lot of odd sizes in ladies and misses $3.00 shoes at just one half $ .48. Any ladies girls' or boys' sweater that sold at $1.25 to $5.00, at half price. DRESS GOODS I ? WAISTS Beautiful waists, any in our stock (except the $1.95 special) at just half price. - 2 RICHARDSON'S SILK FLOSS 2 Any color in our stock, regular price Buy now at half price. j a l-- 2c 5 cts. Special lot of $1 .00 dress goods in this sal at just half buy now at 50 cents. SUITS "Without reserve we will let you take your choice of suits on our racks at only one half their real value. CROCHET COTTONS Odd numbers in Crochet Cottons, Odd lots in Dexter Twist, 5 cents. WHITE GOODS 5 C cents. White materials for your early sewing are coming in every day come in and see. V None Sent On Approval J- Come and take advantage of this great offer for Spot Cash None Laid Aside T& SEVERANCE v Z SI " & I SON J,' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 18, 1916. J. W. Fields bought from a party! J Big Reduction Sale Main Street Danville, Ky. near Waynesburg, a bunch of feed- ing hogs last week at 5 cents a pound. N. W. Sampson sold to J. W. Fields last week a bunch of hogs averaging 200 pounds at 6 cents a pound. J. W. Williams, on the Knob Lick pike, sold to Sim Weil, of Lexington two car loads of cattle averaging 1450 pounds. The price was near 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. The Fair Is Holding a . Nextto Freeman Fur. Co. 8 cents a pound. FIRE LOSS PAID PROMPTLY. STURGEON REAL ESTATE CO. KINGS MOUNTAIN, KENTUCKY GEORGE STURGEON CYLDE STURGEON Big Reduction Sale of Merchandise suck as Dress Goods, Lace Curtains, Bed Spreads, Blankets and Un-derwear for all the family. Also all kinds of Socks, Stockings, Etc. Prices are reduced to half for the reason our room is small and we must Jiave the space for a large shipment of goods. So don't miss the opportunity to save between 25 and 40 per cent at this "The American Insurance Co., represented in Stanford by Mr. Hays Foster, made a prompt and full settlement with me on my loss by fire recently,'? said H. R. Saufley to the I. J. "Persons looking for safe insurance would do well to see Mr. 1 Foster," he added. 5-- PROGRAM Down BEAZLEYS BUY BIG FARM For This Week TUESDAY- - at the Opera House Former GarrarJ Men Ptmhase Solomon VanMeter's Fine Placa JOHN MASON,.as Big Reduced Price Sale P which begins Friday, January 14, 1916, and lasts all this week. Come early, while stock is limited. THE FAIR A. GROBAN, Prop. Next to Freeman Furniture Co. Farm and Stock News E. T. Pence bought of Jones ten head of calves at Has Faith in Quick Remedy For Catarrh : G. L. Penny Guarantees That Hyo- - head. cents a pound. In Clark county Bebee Betts sold At Columbia last week Sam Bur-detmei Will Relieve the Worst a pair of mules to Wm. Crim for bought seven mules at from Cases of Catarrh in Stanford $435. $140 to $175. Frank Toliver purT. G. Moren and W. A. Sparks chased four at from $100 to $200 When one of the most reputable will open a cattle market at London each. February 14. M. J. Farris, Jr., of Danville, last concerns in Stanford guarantees that On the Lexington market last week, shipped a team of a medicine will produce benefit or it week 3,448,250 pounds of tobacco mares to Charley Meadors, at Wilwill refund the money, it speaks vol- were sold at an average of $10.27. liamsburg. Mr. Farris received $250 umes for the merits of that remedy. S. C. Carpenter, of Millersburg, for the pair. mules to It is in this way that G. L. Penny is sold a team of 1,300-poun- d The farm of John T. Murphy, in selling Hyomei,- the treatment that Gentry & Thompson, of Lexington, Montgomery county wassold by its has helped so many cases of bo.th last week for $450. owner to Jos. Roborn, for $6,000. Green Leer, of Bourbon county, There were 37 2 acres which make acute and chronic catarrh in Stanpaid Charles Martin, of Millersburg, the place bring $160 an acre. ford and vicinity. Hyomei is not a pill nor, is it a $410 for a pair of 1,10 .pound aged Mark A. Prewitt, of Montgomery spray or a lotion that must be rub- mules. county, bought from George G. Ham a bed in. It is an oil the air of which export W. Y. Graves and son have sold ilton, 96 head of 1,500-poun- d you just breathe in your nose, throat their fai-of 187 acres in Mercer cattle at $7.75 a hundred. He also and. lungs by the' aid of an inhaler county known as the Hooe farm, to purchased of Lester W. Lee 20 head' that comes with every outfit. Benefit I. L. McCray at $80 an acre. of 1,356-poun- d exporters at $7.75. will usually be seen from the very Newt Bishop, of near Leesburg, J. 0. Kerfoot, of Elizabethtown, first treatment. .hog and made who recently sold his farm to B. A. killed a This air destroys all germ life in 155 pounds of lard and 87 pounds Lair, of this city, has purchased a the air passages and lungs and en- of sausage. farm on the Lair pike, near riches and purifies the blood with the S. W. Sawyer, of Shakertown, sold Cynthiana from W. T. Hamon, payadditional ozone it supplies. It ban- -' to Asa Jewell, of Lexington, a lot ing about $200 per acre. Georgeishes catarrh of the head and throat, town News.' and respiratory organs. Wherever, of extra good mules at an average price of $212.50. J. F. Robinson, of Lancaster, who these mucous membrances contain It is estimtaed that more than is at Macon, Ga., where he handles a will-dcatarrhal germs, there Hyomei 160,000 pounds of honey has been lot of Kentucky mules and horses its work of healing. i shipped out- - of Pendleton county each season, writes to the I. J. that The complete Hyomei outfit is in- "business conditions are rapidly resince May. expensive and includes an inhal-- ; the i er, dropper and sufficient Hyomei for T. E. Dunn, of the Marcellus sec- gaining activity throughout south and the mule industry is betseveral weeks' treatment. tion of Garrard, sold 20 head of fat Remember that if Hyomei does not cattle to Johnson & Whitehouse, of ter than for several years past." Alex and Jerry Morelaiivi sold Telieve you, G. L. Penny will refund Boyle, at $6.50 a hundred. The cat' tle will average about 1,200 pounds. 2,780 pounds of tobacco at Lexingyour money. 5,7 ton Tuesday for which they received a check for 472.87, a little the rise of 17c. Two of the baskets from this crop brought 39c, one basket at 31c and the lowest basket brought 7 cents. Georgetown News. Forty-thre- e head of fat steers, which were fed by John Stephenson at his farm near Maywood, were delivered to Charles Caldwell, of Dan- ville, here Monday. They were weighed up at N. W. Fowle's scales at Rowland and averaged 1,190 pounds. Mr. Caldwell paid $6.87 2 is coming. We have now a new supply of a hundred for them, and .took them with him to Danville immediately after weighing them up. William Etherington, of Woodford county, bought a pair of, extra good mare mules from Tom Duckworth, for $400. On the way home the mules broke away from the negro who was leading Shoes, Medium Tops and Low Top them and although he has scoured the country, Mr. Ethrington has not 'High Tops these are weather beatres. been able to get any trace of them. Heavy Kersey and Corduroy Suits for Men Myers & McClintock, the Bourbon county mule men made the following deals last week: bought 16 YOU WILL NEEQ THESE mules from Mason county parties at ,$170 a head; sold 10 to W. W. Poyn-te- r in Fleming at an average of $200; sold eight to Charles Thompson of Lexington, at an average of $175 and sold. 13 to Caywood, Smith &, McClintock, of Paris at $177. te six-year-o- W. S. and R. A. Beazzley, who left Garrard county a few years ago, and have been dealing in fine Fayette county farms on a large scale since, last week bought the handsome farm of Hon. Solomon L. VanMeter, of Lexington. Both the Messrs. Beazley and VanMeter are well known here, the former having many relatives here and Mr. VanMeter having been coming here pret?5?s tW ? && ty regularly on court days, to buy stock on the local market. The Lexington Leader said of the new big deal of the Beazley brothers: Messrs. W. S. and R. A. Beazley, who last July sold McGrathiana stock farm to C. B. Schaeffer, the Chicago horseman, closed a deal yesterday for the purchase of "Shenandoah Hall," and the fine blue grass farm of Hon. Solomon L. VanMeter, Sr., three miles from Lexington on the Bryant Station pike. This farm, which is considered one of the best in Fayette county, comprises approxC. E. Tate sold to Tom Francisco imately 700 acres and is all in grass. of Brodhead, a Jersey cow for $75. It is beautifully situated in one of E. C. Hocker sold to Isaac Shelby the historic sections of the blue grass T. W. last week a car load of cattle that im$23 a averaged il,113 pounds, ati 7 2 county, and in addition to other "JIM, THE PENMAN" WEDNESDAY "FAIR GOD OF THE SUN ISLANDS" Gold Seal THURSDAY MARY PICKFORD in "THE DAWN OF A FRIDAY "ROMANCE OF ELAINE" No. 32 SATURDAY "A FIGHT TO A FINISH" Three-ReBison PATHE WEEKLY NEWS el state f Ohio. City -- f TVIeJo. Lnas Conaty. sw. Frank J. Cheney siaet--i oatti th.it h N veiiltn- artm-- r of the firm of K. J. & Co.. tte- tojr lusIm- In the Cltr of Tuledii. C'uiintr ami i State aforesaid, ami tluit tirni will p.iy me sum 01 u.nj-iii.mikwi imii, levies r each and every case of Catarrh that raitnot Ihj lured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cur. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and snlncrlbed In my presence, thU Oth day of December. A. !.. lsvi. Seal. A. W. GLEASOX. Notary Viihlie-Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally and jets directly upon the IiIihhI and mncim- - surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. T. J. CHENCY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all Dru?sIt-- . 75c. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. Clu-ne- y ; . would It was feared that there be disturbances, as it was Christmas time, but the young men who had given trouble there in the past, week were on their best behavior and lent a helping hand to the years. services. 9 Another Wonderful Recovery From Kidney Trouble " Paramount Days THE BEST WEEKLY EVER RUN IN STAN-FORNOT A WEAK NIGHT PRO-GRAM For nearly nine years I was a great sufferer from what my doctor time excruciating pain in my back and across my bowels. I was drawn down so that I could only walk with my hands on my knees. My doctoi said he could do nothing for me. J tried many kinds of medicine but all to no avail. A friend told me about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and as I had tried everything else that I heard of I bought a bottle of Swamp-Roand it did wonders for me. I prize it higher than any other medicine and I shall recommend it to my friends. I wish to add right here that after using Swamp-Rofor two months I began to straighten up and am now sound and well, and feel like I might live a long time yet to tell what your medicine has done for me. Yours very truly, ot ot Danville, Kentucky said was kidney trouble and my blood was out of order; enduring all that D MIDDLEBURG. Rev. J. W. Beagle assured his people here that he has no thought of leaving them and taking up evangelistic work. His congregation here is glad to know thut he will remain and continue his very helpful ser mons at the Baptist church. Lincob. Wells and his good wife, have moved from Liberty, and are now snugly domiciled in their old home at Yosemite. Greeley Lutes has moved to the property he bought of S. J. Sell and has taken charge of the mill and light plant. It is the opinion of every one that Mr. Lutes will measure up splendidly to the already good citizenship of the town. James Benson, of Arabia, came down Saturday, Dec. 8th, and reEx-Judge 1-- ld - 1-- 700-pou- nd 90-ac- re ! provements has an attractive modern residence of 15 rooms. The price paid for the farm was not made public but it is understood to have brought in the neighborhood of $225 an acre, or $175,000. The purchasers get possession Ma'rch Is. Mr. R. A. Beazley said he and his brother bought the farm as a home. "Primarily we purchased it as a home but we intend to convert it into a cattle and horse 'farm." The Beazley brothers, who are bachelors, came here about six years ago from Garrard county, where they had made a success in handling horses and raising export cattle, and bought of Col.Milton Young his note J stock farm McGrathiana. There they embarked extensively in the business of raising cattle and horses at the same time improving xhe farm and making it more valuable. Since 'they sold it to Mr. Schaeffer, the Chicago millionaire clubman and horseman, they have been looking around for another farm in this section and their purchase of Shenandoah Hall means that they will continue as citizens of Fayette county. Both are excellent citizens, enterprising and energetic in the pursuit of their business. 750 Sugar St., State of Ohio, Marion County T. C. CLAY, Marion Ohio. Don't Scold, Mother! . The Cross Child Is Bilious, Feverish Look at Tongue! ! If Coated, Clean Little Stomach, Liver, and Bowels. w eather Rubber and Leather Footwear Wet ' 1-- four-year-o- ld Extra Don't scold your fretful, . peevish child. See if tongue is coated; this is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels- - are clogged with sour waste. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, indigestion, diar has stomach-achrhoea, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in 5 few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile and fermenting food passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child again. Children love this harmless "fruit laxative," and mothers can rest easy after giving it, because it nevejr fails to make their little "insides" clean and e, Personally appeared before me, this 19th day of December, A. D., 1914, T. C. Clay, who subscribed to mained over Sunday, visiting rela- the above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance tives. and in fact. Our local weather prophets, who CHARLES W. HABERMAN, some weeks since, said that the big Notary Public, end of winter was past, were likely Marion Co., Ohio. somewhat taken down Friday morning when they turned their noses to Letter to the breeze. j Dr. Kilmer & Co., Those who attended circuit court Binghampton, N. Y. at Liberty say that business was anything but brisk at the temple of justice. The river was up most of the Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You time, and the weather generally bad Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & that witnesses and others concernCo., Binghamton, N. Y., for a samed could not attend. Pete Swann was given a speedy ple size bottle. It will convince anytrial for shooting at Draft Elliott one. You will also receive a bookjust before the holidays and given let of valuable information, telling That about the kidneys and bladder. When one year in the penitentiary. was the best work of the court. Pete writing, be sure raid mention the was an onery coon, and will likely Stanford Interior Journal. Regular and size bottles be made to fit some place in the fifty-cesale at all drug stores. for 5678 penitentiary. J. B. Shoemaker was down from Grove a few dayfe since and tells us that Rev. J. L. Dotson's meeting held RiV-3- 6 LflMJJ with the' Baptist church there during the holidays was a success, in fact the best held there for several nt one-doll- ar e53 118 mk i a yit .iiiiiiripiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw .&! PiiiiipiWffiitt That's- where nmAti urn In afiaan .. -- - WV raisins, nm Ton rannnc erne fha hi kMnTnnpanlmnla free from worms. CrnfltR TinlRSR Tnn u nuno u naw mors 'lli Lamas mere mutton y3 am THURSDAY Mary Pickford in sweet. given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask 50-cent Keep it handy, Mother! A little "The Dawn of A Tomorrow" Six Reels 5 and 10 Cents a; tli 'ii will positively clean out the worms, not M only In your sheep, but in every other animal on your place. This wonderwork- lnir remedy will destroy and expel every M and assimilate every ounce of food It eata. 9 Jt Sal-V- at is a wonderful tonic and mn. H dltloner. It costs bnt of a cent a day 3 per bead to feed. tffl ? Bal'VatK-la mannfrWnrnrt far Uu S. - Pell Company, vieveiana,u. ,$' v Sam Robinson. Stanford bottle your druggist for a Syrup of Figs," of "California which has directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-up- s plainly on ,the bottle. Remember there are counterfeits sold here, so surely look and see that yours is made by the "California Fig Syrup Hand back with conCompany." 1 tempt any other fig syrup. 5-- S&sO'fik mm. a m ii Mml.Vmt im mmM kx E. .T- - Pence, Jr.