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Tuesdays and Fridays iVv lf BAUGHMAN OUT Many Hunters Out Ray Sprinkles, aged 10, said he Farm Brings $120 Col. Elkin To Speak heard Mrs. Herring call Mr. Anderson a "thief" and a "s o b ."' License Here Hanson Buys WELL KNOWN DEMOCRAT IN Is Maccabees' State Commander And J. F.Farm Stock SellWeatherford About 400 Secure Neither of these children was Well Game Warden on the Job ATTRACTING MUCH ATTENTION case in This closed the Former Stanford Resident RACE FOR SHERIFF f chief for the plaintiff. IN CIRCUIT COURT Having sold their handsome farm The game law expired Wednesday, Maccabees and their friends are in- known as the old John Wright place, Nov. 15th, and not withstanding the Over 400 Names On Petitions PreMrs. Herring On The Stand be to Jl F. Hanson, of Hansonville, Va., terested in the open meeting to Mrs. Herring took the stand. She held at the courthouse tonight, when Messrs. J. G. and George D. Wea- cold weather, the fields were full of Jones Anderson Asking $15,000 sented To Him Asking Him To District Game Warsaid her father and Mr. Anderson's the principal address of the evening therford, of Hustonville, and J. F. hunters and dogs.went to Casey counHer-inDamages From Mrs. Fisher Become Candidate den S. J. Embry father were brothers; and that she will be delivered by Col. M. F. Elkin, Baker, of. Harriman, Tenn., offered ty early this week to look after enhad known him from infancy. She State Commander of the Maccabees only their livestock, farming impleFor Alleged Slander The Interior Journal is authorized forcement of the game laws. He urges owns a farm about 220 acres in the and a former citizen of Stanford. Col. public sale today to announce M. S. Baughman, Preachersville section; her father Elkin is one of the most eloquent pub- ments, etc., at good prices last Satur- every one to not fail to secure license as a candidate One of the most unusual cases day and very were realfor the Democratic is seeing to it that the game Anderson lived which has been tried in the Lincoln left it to her. Jones years, renting it lic speakers in the state and undoubt- ized for all the offerings. The farm, for he So far sheriff of Lincoln on the farm for 10 of his friends which is mainly splendid dirt, con- laws are rigidly enforced.have been nomination for to the primary edly a large number circuit court in years was in progress county subject in about four hundred licenses gave the place will turn out to hear him. The corn- Friday at the time the I. J. closed its from her. In 1908 helooking over the tains about 186 acres, and was sold taken out in Lincoln county. Those August, 1917. This announcement up. She said she was report for today's paper. It is the to the new owner at $120 an acre. who had secured license up to Thurs- will be received with pleasure by Mr. and noticed $15,000 damage suit of Jones L. An- place soon afterwards Mr. Hanson is a brother of W. I). day are as follows: Baughman's friends in all sections of. derson, a Preachersville farmer and that a large amount of dressed rock, Hanson, south of Milledgeville, and part of a foundation C. Jarman, W. M. the county, and it is expected that H. D. Phillips, storekeeper against his first cousin, which had been will move to Lincoln county, soon j Walter they will at once get busy in his beMrs. Fisher Herring, for alleged and a chimney was missing. She had i the first of the year to make Merriman, Chas. Dawson, Duke, J. half, and see that their friends and after given no one permission to take it. Sowders, J. S. Smith, Jake slander. Mr. Anderson charges that this his permanent home. He will be W. Smith. W. T. Datson, Mason Cald neighbors understand the importance Mrs. Herring called him a "Gd--thief- " Anderson was then living at .Preachcordially welcomed. John J. Allen he well, Tom Crawford, R. G. Hampton, of electing a man of Baughman's and used other epithets to him ersville. She was informed that obhas been renting this farm. Julius type to the office of sheriff for the Considerable J. when he happened to meet her at had taken the rock. by attorneys There was a big crowd on hand at Eugene Dunn, E. B. Dinwiddie.M. Car- next four years. for H"bb!e, E. S. Aug- jection was made the stores at Preachersville on the sale Saturday and bidding was McKinnev, It was only upon the earnest solicStrader. over the rock matter; the ust 28th last. A great deal of inter- and plaintifftestimony concerning it spirited with auctioneer, Col. John B. ter, D. B. Southard, K. L. Will Pat-to- itation of many of his friends that much B. Honaker, est is being aroused in the case, and Dinwiddie in fine form. The ladies J. H. Carter, J. . J. C. Mr. Baughman decided to again beG. W Frank Bev-neveryone from that section of this was not allowed to go to the jury. of the Hustonville Christian church McClary, H. C. Rupley, J. Hun:. H. Prchett come a candidate. Petitions have been be She said that at that time Anderson and Garrard counties who can set a splendid lunch. Among the sales renueiM u, - presented to him, signed by over 400 present, is on hand listening to the was threatening her with a law suit; mare W. ri. wearen, were: pair of w prominent democrats and citizens of . I .Of UltM UtTIl I1U11.LHIW, which is try- that he had left her place in an unproceedings. The jury mules to W. C. Floyd $398; G. Gooch, S. all sections of the county urging him spirit and had quit speaking Adams, A. J. Adams, L. ing the case is composed of Messrs. friendly horse mule to J. W. Powell $143; conducted Gangloff. Wm. to make the race, and pledging him Geiszl, W.M. Myers, Gus Clonnrp J. A. Wal- - to her. She said that ahemost insult 100 head of sheep were sold at from P. Stephenson, Louis in McKinney, N. C. the strongest support that any candi a P sinnn S. G. Hail. Wal himself toward her $10.05 to $10.35 a head, Dr. Creech, Ostermann, O. S. Williams, date for an office ever had in Lincoln lace Farmer, J. D. Long, Thomas Ma- - ing and obnoxiuos manner whenever of Middlebuvg and Mr. Sipple being Hicks, John L. Hicks, Jti. mm; uiul wnuu om; u nine, v. u. county before. Friends of Mr. BaughHoward JNewlanrt, n. son, W. M. Murphy, C. Mobley, Ben sne wouiu meet the principal buyers; milk cows McKenzie, J. G. Myers, Stith T. Noe, man do not hestitate to say that when Lewis and J. W. Cocking. Attorneys pass him in the road, he d look her brought from $50 to $60. James away W. R. he was in charge of the office, eight H. H. P. M. McRoberts, of Stanford and L. in the eye and then turn his faceshould Cloyd paid $56 for a sow and pigs, D. S. Holman, Denhan, Carter, Hiatt, years ago, which he is now asking to H. T. smirk or snarl; it he Hocker. E. B. L. Walker, of Lancaster, are repres- with a to and paid $26 for another sow; be in a group of men when F. P. Phillips, C. E. be entrusted with again, he made the enting Mr. Anderson, with Attorneys happen & Gann bought the hogs R. B. Carter, at her W. M. Duncan, best sheriff that Lincoln county ever K. S. Alcorn, of Stanford and J. E. she came near he would look in such which ran in weight from 100 pound Tate, D. M. Walker, Huffman, E. T. had. He was a terror of evil doers; B. Mrs. Her- and laugh and conduct himself Robinson, of Lancaster, for shoats to 200 pound fat hogs at from A. L. Pence, J. Rcid McKinney, Wm. saw that the laws were enforced all Col. M. F. Elkin. ring. In his statement to the jury At- a way that the men wouldfeel look at $8 to $8.90 a hundred: J. D. White- - Pence. Jr.. John ridicuJ. B. Bryan, W. without fear or favor, and was altorney Robinson plead mitigating her, and this made her her greatly. house, near Danville, bought a dozen Lee, W. M. Cant nil, Grrr. W. E. Jor- ways prompt and faithful in the perlous circumstances and justification for Judge and humiliated objectionto plete program for the eveningyis as medium feeding cattle, that weighed H. Cummin. Emis toHardin sustained H. Singleton, L. S. O'Bannon, formance of all duties connected with the epithets Mrs. Herring used adfrom 900 to 1,000 pounds, at $6.90; dan, H. McKinney, J. T. Earles, Wal- the office. of evidence regarding follows : introduction ward Mr. Anderson, which she hay sold from 55 cents to 72 cents a Walter Those who know Smith Baughman sue her Music. Bailey, S. F. H. mits to using; and he also said that Anderson's threats to two years over hundred pounds; corn at the heap ter Singleton, W. L. beand there are few men in this Invocation Dr. M. D. Early. Reynolds, Robert a lawn mower about Gentry, W. H. they would show that his character from $4.25 to $4.36 a barrel. know him Song Everybody. damaged in the slight- fore. Petrey. J. H. Woner, G. L. Penny, W. county who do notthat if he is by his had not been nomiHarvey Opening Address Hon. Coming down to the offense comAnGeorge H. fiist name know H. Fields. E. R. Coleman. est. Mr. Robinson characterized nated the Democratic candidate, News of the Churches from Suersville' plained of, she said that she drove Helm. Farris, W. S. Drye, C. Hays Foster, he willasbe elected, and will perform derson as a "Suer Solo. Mrs. R. G. Hampton. to Preachersville rith her husband, Salter, E. L. Reinhart, T. H. Revival services will begin at in his remarks. State Baptist church Sunday morning. the Fields M. S. Penny, Richard Arnold, the duties of the office in the same Address, "The Maccabees" wit- to buv some things for lunch; that All Eads, Mr. Anderson was the first comthen took the buggy and Commander, M. F. Elkin. Boyce Hunn, D. H. C. Peyton, H. L. way that he did before, to the are cordially invited. ness placed on the stand. He said her husbandLancaster, while she startplete satisfaction of every to Male Quartette. on The ladies of the Baptist church, Perkins, L. F. Hayden, W. G. Gooch, were prepar- ed walking back home. When she was that he and Fado Parkscourt when he went citizen. Mr. Baughman will not Address, "Stanford Tent" A. C. will have an exchange at Pence & Virgil McKenzie, E. E. Edmiston, to go to Lancaster ing Hen-r- v issue a formal card to the voters in Cummins' store she saw Sine, District Deputy. Hill store Wednesday, Nov. 29, start- Leslie Steward. W. C. Cummins, saw Mrs. Herring and her husband in front of his announcement, but he is manner that he Song America. from Mr. Thornton, E. B. Thornton, A. C. making to stand upon his record as ing at 9:30 A.M. up, but he paid little or no at- was tryingAnderson's her, she testifidrive to annoy Wil- willing Services at the Christian church Weddle, Alfred Brown, W. R. tention to them, until he heard Mrs. looking at sheriff before, upon his unswerving S. Herring addressing him, using these ed. She said his manner ofturned her morning, the first witness put on the Sunday Nov. 19. Services begin at lis, L. F. Steele, A. H. B.Price. Ollie demociacy and upon the loyalty of her was an insult: she Huffman, i& huggy around so that she could not stand for the defense was Wesley ten o'clock promptly. C. E. Meeting Vest, Sim Owens, words: his friends all over the county who talking to see him; and when she started home Blankenship. He said that he heard at 6:30. No preaching in the evening Wm. Gaines, B. E. Rout, Ben Lewis, have insisted that he make this race. "Jones Anderson: I'm Clark Alfred t TV r uu u unci,C n M A she forgot some things she came for, Mrs. Herring speak to Anderson; he on account of the meeting at the Bap- Henry Alford, Goode. Farmer, woous, you. iou are a ta James Welch, W. R. everybody in the because of her annoyance at Ander- didn't hear any curse words; said tist church. I can prove it by D. A. R. ENTERTAINED. C. C. AVoodard, Chas. Nov. Church, county. You have stolen enough son's action. She said-- : that Anderson was humming, etc. He 19 Presbyterian School at Sunday.Morn- Lilburn Gooch, Dawson. Harvey Dav Afnntnir. W. L. The Daughters of the American 9:55; Sunday from me to send you to the peniten"He looked at me in a contemptu- said Anderson's reputation for truth ing service at 11 o'clock. "A Better ison, Ed Anderson, Paul Ensslin, R. Revolution met with Mrs. R. M. tiary and I can prove it by Uncle ous way, turned on his heel; with his and, veracity is varied, and for hon- Country."; C. E. Meeting at 6:30. L. Albright, Ed W. Farmer, W. J. Blackerby last Saturday afternoon at r, John Anderson." Mr. Anderson said head up in the air with a kind of esty, very good. He heai'd her call "Christianity the Hope of Our Coun- Burgin, Lloyd Robert, Wm. her beautiful country home on the he he went into his store, and when ad- strut, and went up the pike humming him a coward and thief and to keep try."; Union service at the Baptist Newton Jones, Archie Traylor, Crab Orchard pike. Miss Burch was again she continued to came along. off pike whenever she came out and singing." R. H. Bohon, Ewalt Givens, C. T. leader for the afternoon as substi church in the evening. dress him, saying: ."All you have Mrs. Herring said that she said William Elmore was the next witwill-h- e preaching at the Ramlin. 7nnk Havs. C. M. Willis, W. tute for Miss Woods, who is away There got you stole from me. You are a "There's entirely too much music ness examined. Ie stated that Mrs. Presbyterian, chuccl. at Hustonville, R. Todd, Chas. Pipes, H. S. Goodwin, from home. The meeting was called! Why don't you talk? here to suit me." She said that she Herring called Mr.1 Anderson a "durn coward. d Roblnsqh, H. D. Phillips, to order by the Regent and the Lord's 10 o'clock, SahbarJi. NoV k and sue me". vou haven,t R?' had meant when she spoke to Parks coward," but no oath. He said that Hxt evening atmtKninir atNov. 19., byi Marshall 7 o'clock, Bright Koontz, Wm. Reynolds, Wood Prayer, led by the Chaplain. Readsuit." Lit- about Mr. Thornton that all winter Anderson told him he would get $10,-00- 0 and money enough to bring a U. S. Gordon, of the Presbyterian Peters, J. L. Baugh, Jason Brock, Si- ing of the Minutes was given by William Elmore com- when Mr. Thornton was there she tle dollars out of her for that. Seminary of Louisville. Let the con- las Garr, Sam Xong, W. F. Watkins, Mrs. Saufley, Secretary pro tern after ing up and Mr. Anderson said some- could "go to the store and attend to Mrs. Will Cummins was next call- - gregation all be present as this is a Lawrence Toombs, James Chenault, which a report was given by all ofthing to him, he says Mrs. Herring my business without being disturbed ed to the stand. She stated that she very important meeting io uucuiu up Frank Young, Robert Pennington, H. ficers and committees. Miss Yeager continued: "Now talk to these lit- by Jones Anderson." She said that was in her husband's store and heard on our regular Chas. T. Lunsford, Allen Hill, A. F. Noakes, gave a paper on Our Aims and services. of tle scoundrels and the white trashyou she told Anderson as he went into the Mrs. Herring telling Mr. Anderson Wheeler. Elder. Melvin Han-is- , Everett Stone. Lee H. Ideals and Miss Carpenter read an Preachersville. Now go in there, store that "I expected him to let me what he should and shouldn't do, and Stone, J. A. AXen, V. B. Childress, interesting article on our N. S. D. attend to my business in peace." She for him to stay out of her way. She SELLS TO HARNEY P. H. CormneyT J. H. Wright. James A. R. A report of the State ConLYNN Mr. Anderson testified that he did said that the language she used to- also stated that Mrs. Herring called vention which convened in Louisville Lynn sold last week to W. D. Sluder, Stanley Sluder. D. C. J. C. not sav a word to Mrs. Herring dur- ward Anderson was "You are a con- Anderson a "darn coward, and W. M. Bailey, J. W. Rochester, on October 25 and 26, was given by Harney, who recently returned here ing her talk to him, and did not once temptible coward and a scoundrel" and a thiei" but used no curse from Shelby county, where he has Alfred B. Tucker, J. H. Livingston, Miss Burch in a very attractive man- reply to her. He said that his back and she said "I told him to go in his words. drink Ed. Dvehouse, D. K. Farris, Wm. ner. Parliamentary Drill was led by a year, he and not annoy me; to Wm. Dvehouse meetinir closed wastfird her when thatfirst heard store to take the insults of athink I and stated that hewas next called. lived for about room on his soft street. Simpson, James King, Thomas Baker, Miss Burch. then the Mrs. Blackerby Depot pool such talk have rascal heard very little stand and was a resident of Lincoln Faulkner Felix, Claude Hester, Ollie j for the social hour. her t!il!;iiig. He said hod a bad effect on his feelings, and like you." She said that he would of the conversation between the two Mr. Harney a number of years before Prichett. Chas. Mucker. Henry King, Was assisted by Mrs. Morrison flint wVifii he irot to Lancaster people snap his fingers at Pai'ks; she swore parties. He said that Mrs. Herrinc county for Shelby and made an especi- G. F. Lunsford, Woods Carpenter, Bright, who served delightful salad began talking to him about it and J that she did not call him a G D called Anderson a "dirtv coward." moving to record as a tobbaco raiser. Wnllio Singleton. D. R. Milburn, Wal sandwiches and hot coffee. The D. asking him about it, ana saying to thief; not using such nor did she call The witness heard Mrs. Herring tell ally finemany decided to send a M. Scott, Catt Wells, inenas in mis suction. lace Weslev. H. Frank Brooks, Luther A. R.'s have mountain childrenXmas She denied most em- Anderson he "got his start on her He has him that they didn't know before him a "s-o- b." and box to the Hathaway Hill. that he was a "G d thief," all of phatically that she had used any such farm: dared him to sue her. Witness BANK STOCK BRINGS $162.50 Earles. John Magill. W. C. Cooper, any one who has something they which humiliated him, and as he said, language. She said that it had been stated Anderson v&s doing and say Wm. Pennington, to contribute to this box please Acting for his brother Thomas H. Sam Pennington. S. Surber, J. W. wish it to any member and it will be "Of course, made a fellow feel pret- hard to take insults from Anderson ing nothing unusual. give L. S. Rogers. W. Ga., W. C. ty bad." He said the children at as long as she had; that he had gotten The Dramatic Bland Ballard stated that Ander- Shanks, of Columbus, Owsley. Alexander Hughes, Jerry greatly school would ask his little daughtei everything he had off her place. She son's reputation is more bad than Shanks, of this city, sold two and a Helm.'E. P. Buchanan, Emmett Mc- Ait Club will share the proceeds hal? shares of stock in the First Naadmitted to calling him a "thief" and good. about it, too. Cormack, Porter Cloyd. Garfield from the play they will give before colored, said he tional Bank of Stanford to Mrs. Hel- 0 Boggs, D. C. Eubrnks. Wm Peyton, Xmas, with the D. A. R., who still he said explained that in doing so she had reLeslie Anderson, Upop cross examination, Hustonville, at $162.-5fact that she believed R. N. that he and Mrs. Herring had not ferred to the the rock off her place worked for Jones Anderson in 1906 en Huffman, at J. J. Seever. Albert Seever, Newell hope to purchase a flag for the a share. rock for him from an old He admitted that he had taken and hauled school. sooken for years. Sampson, J. C. McAninch, when Mrs. "Herring was talking to to which he had no right. Mrs. Her- cabin on Mrs. Herring's farm. He Fox, Hugh Reid Foster, John Snod-otmc- o said Felix Nelson. L. S. Bow is, Davis' Store him. he asked little William Elmore ring place that before she had rented used two teams for four or five days. SALE AT MORELAND to some one else, Anderson George Brown said he saw teams he had heard her. He said he then the Smith Adams, James Nelson. E.' D. Garif Mrs. Nancy J. McKinney, of The Pruitt and Dinwiddie sale at went into his store and wrote down had told her that she had injured hauling rock from old chimney, but rard, is visiting her son, George Mc- Powell, Llovd Routcn, C. B. King, tu. Moreland Wednesday was well atShe said what she had said. He denied that his little daughter a$10,000. for school did not know whose team thev were. Kinney and other relatives in this Penman, W. H. Wilkinson, Mont tended and fair prices were realized. race boy to "watch me that he had lost Said that the visible part of foundaPadgett, Keith Padgett, M. F. Padhe had told the property of Mr. get $10.00 from her." He said that, trustee in that district and that tion of Jones Anderson's house is section. Chandler Bros., entraired 50 gett. S. B. Sanders, Sam Owens, W. The town and knob Thi. Pruitt was withdrawn. John Gilmer, when he went to Lancaster a little seemed to be hurting him consider- brick. paid $85 for a of corn to T. L. Tucker, the j L. Owens, E( car Trustv, L.eonaru not jump ofShe W. C. Cummins stated that he barrels Oct. at $3.00 a barrel and not Ball, L. A. Gooch, S. S. Robinson, near Milledgeville, later, he went to Judge Walker'smat- ably. downsaid she didher hands up first of sorrel walking horse; yearling cattle and slap and worked on Anderson's house and withstanding the sharp advance in Cnlvin Martin. John Rankin, Walter fice and talked to him about the ' 6 cents pound; cows him talking while she ter of a suit, but nothing was decid- at Preachersville, was she had to loaf said he used rock in under founda- price they delivered the corn last Goodwin, James Br.ugh. John Mont- sold at $354 to $50;a calves $25 to brought a for tions, and small stone pillars and week. gomery. George Riffe, C. E. Mobley, $30. ed at that time. Fado Parks, who was present, and of bread and other articles in her dressed stone. Said that the rock filled his ap- Alex Gordon, John Gordon, G.Chas. Rev. J. G. Livingston M. was hauled by Jones' team and Les preparing to go to Lancaster with arms. and Hocker. Chas. Baughman. In filing his sworn statement of exOn cross examination, she said that Anderson; said that the rock was pointment at Pine Grove Sunday in Leach, Hiram Adams, W. S. Owsely, when she first Mr. Anderson, said a large crowd penditures as required by law in consupposed she was there talking worth $2 a load. On being ques- Sunday night with came to where they were, Mrs. Her- she G. C. Dunn, George T. Brown. John gress, Congressman Harvey Helm, of ring said to him: "Fado, I'm sorry to Anderson about 10 minutes. At- tioned Mr. Cummins stated that An- attendance. done some im- Revnolds, Jesse Hill, Green Clay, S. this district, says that his Andy Adams has was bad, and provements and finishing touches to N. Matheny, Chas. Boone, P. E. Payk, Mr. Thornton went out of the store.' torney McRoberts then pulled out his derson's reputation asked her why and watch and told her to go ahead and stated that he could not get along his house which has added greatly to J. E. Denson. Lee Simpson. Robert campaign cost him $3,800. Mr. Parks said he " she said "To keep things from danc- - repeat over to him and the court just with Jones, due to some family trou- the looks of it. Roth. E. H. Ballard. James Best. W. .Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches ' ing and singing across the street in what she had told Anderson. Mrs. ble. M. Witness said that Jones put C. Davis bought 20 barrels of C. Povnter, J. W. Fields, F. H. neuralgia is but it occupied only The front of me." Mr. Parks then said Herring did so, Mr. McRoberts said. his note out for collection and mis- corn from Paul Hertel at from $3.00 Fields, Llovd Lee, J. T. Livingston,y quickly dull throb byof Sloan's Linirelieved B. Scott, Jas. Grigs-bhis wife, Cummins' sistei. Mrs. Herring then addressed four minutes, treated that J. M. Collier, F. to $3.50 a barrel. Quite a number of watches were out John Morgan, colored, when callMr. Anderson as follows: James Reid, Huston Brown, ment, "the universal remedy for pain. The wedding bells will be ringing causAnderson, I'm talking to timing her recital also, and this ed, stated that he lived on the Her- again soon, but we promised not to Strother Carter, James Messer, Jr., Easy to apply; it quickly penetrates "Jones V.A Buchanan. Clarence Dunn. A. B. without rubbing and soothes the sore vou, you dirtv little coward. I wan ed some merriment in 'the courtroom. ring farm in 1906; said some rock say anything about it. you to stay off the road when I'm on Mrs. Herring admitted to have been were hauled from old chimney to Phillips, John O. Reid, Lee Mershon, j muscles. Cleaner and more promptly then "very angry" and said she probably Jones Anderson's house and some of effective than mussy plasters or it." Parks said that Anderson Arcnie amnn. Jiisi.es oimm, Constipation Dulls Your Brain. skin or does went into his store, and she said: repeated some of the things she said. it was hauled to Anderson's barn on Jr., R. M. Blackerby, "R. G. ointment; pores. not stain the muscles, That dull, listless, oppressed feelFor stiff clog the you stole She said she did not call Anderson a the Herring farm. D thief; "You G ing due to impurities in your sys- Jones, Joe Logan, J. T. Patton, Juluis gout lumbago, enough from me to put you in the "darn coward," but used the expresJim Anderson, colored, said he saw tem,is sluggish liver, clogged intes- Gander, J. A. Ball. Jacob Gander, J. chronic rheumatism, gives quick repenitentiary for life and I can prove sion "durn coward," and at no time, teams hauling rock, and Anderson tines. Dr. King's New Life Pills give R. Williams. W. M. Morgan, Bert sprains and strains it the put the name of "God" before it or told him he wanted to "build a town Myers. J. F. Adams, Wyatt Smith, lief. Sloan's Liniment reduces bites it bv Uncle John Anderson.' prompt relief. A mild, easy, he didn't see any of her remarks. She said she did out of them." Frank pain and inflammation in insect inCamden. Mr. Parks said that bowel movement will tone up E. J. Brown, AlbeitMullins, Thornton bruises, bumps and other minor John Cress said Jones Anderson C . H. Anderson doing any singing or danc- not mind Anderson being on the roau She rerutation for truth and veracity is your system and help to clear your Thurman, John Nolf, B. D. Carter, juries to children. Get a bottle today ing; that he never said anything to if he could act as a gentleman. muddy, pimply complexion. Get a Mullins, at your druggist, 25c. her; nor did anything to her. Parks said she couldn't tell Mr. McRoberts bad. Jim Thompson, Sam Ramsey, bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills Robert C. White, Alfred Bright. humwhile Mrs. Herring was what song he was singing or and Tom Ballard made same state- today at your Druggist, 25c. A dose said that B. H. VanArsdale, of Louisville, talking she was "jumping up and ming; but that "his manner express- ment. you cheerful at Bad Colds From Little Sneezes Grow Wednesday. Riley Dishon said that Anderson's tonight will make down and slapping her fists" part ed more insult than words could I hated Many colds that hang on all winof the time. He said on cross ex- have; his back was offensive;indeed, I reputation for truth and veracity breakfast. is bad and that Anderson is dishonamination, that he and Anderson his manner; not him; no, ter start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a "THE LITTLE GIRL NEXT DOOR" went to Judge Walker's office on didn't hate him; only his manner at est. sore throat, a tight chest. You know One Night Only. POSTED! some other business when they went times; in the way he'd try to insult the symptoms of colds, and you know Wednesday, November 22nd, 1916. Hemp Concern Wins Two Suits We, the undersigned, prohibit to Lancaster: that he had heard a me." Asked just what lorm nis "intreatment will break tnem The hemp buying firm of E. F. hunting of every sort, fishing and prompt Kintr's New Discovery, with The most talked of picture of the good deal of talk about it on the sults" took, she said: "The fact that Dr. nit. Slave evil. of Paris, represented a manner Spears he'd streets of Lancaster. Asked if he re- very walk up the pike in woman; he here by&C.Son, Foster, won a couple other trespassing upon our property: its soothing antiseptic balsams, has year showing the White Don't miss this great picture as exH. offensive to any Ador. J. Frank been breaking up colds and healing membered about a lawn mower about by the Illinois State Vice Comcourt this week, Mrs. Catherine which Anderson was alleged by the would look at me and turn up his nose of suits in circuit judgments against Smith, S. C. Rigsby, Fred Nikula, coughs of young and old lor 47 years posed mission. to sue with a sort of smirk, which was more when it obtained Discovery loosens King's defense to have threatened W. Note. This picture was screened James McCormack and J. S. and A. John Hertzog, W. Mrs. Pitman. Mrs. Dr. phlegm, New the head, soothes Mrs. Herring a year or so ago. Parks offensive than words ." clears Geo. Logan, the con- Arnold Zurbrugg, to a committee of local people, inMrs. Herring answered all ques- W. Holtzclaw for violation of nothing about it. makes cluding ministers and members of said he could recall hemp, pre J. M. Gooch, David Stephens, R. C. the irritated membrane and that they and well modulated a He said that he was friendly toward tions indid quiet become excited and tract in contracted sold the Spears Dudderar, Thomas Montgomery, J. L. breathing easier. At your Druggist, the Woman's Club. It is due to their viously to not voice; both sides of this controversy. and Miss endorsement that it is offered. self possessed at firm to other buyers. The judgment Beazley Thompson, Florence Givens. 50c. Verna Sprinkles, aged 14, testified seemed poised and adjourned Miss Mattie H. McCor- Frank. No Children Under 16 Admitted for the given in their favor against Court will Mrs. Herring call Mr. An- all times. Thompshe heard FOR SALE. 30 shoats that mack was $120; against the Holtz- - Hewes. W. G. Gooch, J. H. Helm, S. wPiVh from 30 to 40 pounds. Ed day after her testimony was ALL SEATS, 25 CENTS derson a "thief and a rascal;" and J. K. Jclaw brothers, $1,045.93. Attorney son, F. L. Thompson, Cordier, A. T. ward Simpson, K. u. , Stanford, Stanford Opera House, Wednesday that "if he didn't know it everybody - H. Baughman, Will J. S. Owsley represented the plainFriday's Session. 91-2- p Night, 7:30 o'clock. Ky. else did." She said Mr. Anderson Traylor, John Popenhagen. When court reconvened Friday tiffs in both actions. reply to Mrs. Herring. did not AN UNUSUAL SUIT cross-examined. g, n, three-year-o- ld 1 I ,.., ,- -. I ck " law-abidi- ng - l Dud-dera- ! -- Dye-hous- e, appx-eciate- - er 1-- pre-electi- i. non-gripi- ng J age Two tTKe Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, November 17, 1916. gg a DO YOUR TRADI NG IN STANFORD Spend Your Money at Home for Your Home People Will Help You In the Same Way. PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS Do Your Buying in Stanford. Spend your Trade in this cty How many readers of the Interior money at Home Patronize Home Journal know that the average suit of clothes has one hundred and fifty Enterprises. Mail seven different parts, and the averThe money you spend with age pair of trousers over sixty proOrder Houses in large cities is an in- cesses. The average fabric, even justice to the merchants, business when it is all wool through and through can be made into many anrf professional men of our hutting different grades. Few wearers of town. clothes realize this fact. They do not While that spent with home enter- stop to question the merit of a gar- prises remain here and benefits everyone. The mail order and houses never contribute toward public improvements of Stanfv'd in any manner. Keep your money in the town in which you maae it. In this issue of the Interior Journal we present to our readers a number of the reliable firms of Stanout-of-to- aw itaitai-- COR CfilP.COUCHi C0LD1 Directions. Mi Oti EASES uOHrfRIATONIt UKMHAi IS MCUifSm Til HISM arson Column j ib (t.ixKforj-5iwuihibi 0.J ' The tablet form of this old reliable remedy makes it possi ble for you to check any illness at the very onset. It is a safeguard against coughs, colds and other catarrhal conditions, no matter what symptoms are lines the breathing apparatus and the digestive apparatus. PERUNA relieves catarrh. In tablet form it is EVER-READY-TO-TA- manifest. Catarrh is an inflammation of the mucous membrane that ford that are reserving of your patronage together with several enterprises and industries that have been, and still are, instrumental in making the town one of the most important and influential in the state, and which are largely responsible for the development and growth of the town in the last few years. Stanford's resources and advantages are shown in a manner that should attract the attention of every reader of this pa-- 1 per. lne representation 01 me reuu: establishments are not complete, of course, but they give the citizens of Stanford and Lincoln county an idea of the character of stores opeiated and maintained in their midst. There is no excuse for anyone living in the town or community, to go, or send, outside the confines of Stanford to make their purchases of whatever nature. The goods carried by their home merchants are adequate to care for their needs in all lines, and at prices that are as reasonable as can be obtained of any dealer in the country. Every dollar you spend with your home merchant remains in Stanford and community and directly benefits every citizen, and means greater prosperity and more progress. Keep your money in the town in which you made it. The money you iis prompt action makes it invaluable for men and women exposed to sudden changes in the weather or compelled to be out in slush and rain. It will also be found most satisfactory as a tonic following an attack of illness. CARRY A BOX wherever you fio. Travelers and others compelled to take long drives in the cold asd anyone whose occupation subjects him to the danger of sudden colds may use it as a preventive with the assurance that the (ablets nade are from the same formulary as the liquid medicine with its 44 years of success before the American Public. The Pernna Company, Colambsi, Ohio of not taking advantage of the suphas a heating and plumbing contractor who is reliable and competent to do this work in the most skilled and approved manner, as well as observing all sanitary methods known to modern plumbing, sterm and hot water heating. References is made to Mr. W. K. Warner. thoroughly is His establishment equipped. Besides being an experienced plumber, plumbing contractor and engineer of hot water heating himself, he is aided by a corps of assistants who are also skilled in the installation of all kinds of plumbing. Mr. Warner also conducts a tinning department and is prepared to render the best service in this line of work, as well. He will contract to extend your piping to any part of the house, or premises, in a surprisingly quick time, and at a reasonable charge. If you will confer with him he will figure the cost to you guar-antin- g every foot of the work. A complete line of bathroom fixtures is carried in stock at all times. He will also contract with parties living in the count? yto pipe water front a well or spring to the house, thus giving them the same luxury as those living intowns. He is recommended to the Interior Journal readers as being reliable and accommodating. ply. Stanford a nominal sum they can have it piped throughout the house. It is a case rww WlseztOurXS IcdvEssomes BIHCtoA 'ii'wnwww w "vrw ?r3 Weakened! S v n9L Lkika n BSw. SC 3k. tEv Sa. 1M X Xv&jfcw HL Se$v andth ;ystem completely out of jrear: it' s sure sign the blood is full of poisons ana subject to complicated maladies un- Hfc. les: the poisons are removed. HRvfes. vKtSk xHsv vSS'V HfcM Vtift XJ3v ' S. S. will cleanse the blood and give new life and itality to the blood by its xfii. 5 ccetable purity. Get S. S. S. at any druggist. W3 NalPV HfK WA Insist en (he Centime. I., .ii &sU BSsSSwl 'B Tom Phillips ment if it is attractive to the eye and has a good appearance. There is no line of merchandise that depends so greatly on the representation of the dealer as that of clothing. It is, theiefore, a most important matter, when buying a suit of clothes, or an overcoat, to deal with a firm whose representations you can depend on. Phillips & Phillips have built up a reputation for fair and honest dealing that is surpassed by no concern in the country. When you buy goods of this firm you can feel that you are getting full value for your money. They are now showing :. any beautiful styles in the Hart, Schaffner & - spend with mail order houses is gone forever. They never contribute toward building Stanford's churches, schools, business houses, streets and public improvements of ny kind. It should behoove every citizen of the j town to patronize home enterprises. first, last and always. Thev are the mainstay of your town and are deserving of your support. Stanford's merchants are aggressive, courteous, obliirincr and relialle. Thev carrv the best stock of goods in their respective lines to be had and can fill all requirements made upon them. They are entitled to your 'patronage, and you should give it to them. You are urged to read every representation appealing in this issue of TTfS INTERIOR JOURNAL. You will find them beneficial and helpful in shopping. Those enterprises are commended to your earnest consideration. Frank Phillips The various articles were prepared by our special writer, Mr. J. G. Claiborne, and not by any individual whose names appear among the Marx clothing and overcoats. They series, and are published in a compl- are all nobby designs aVl the most attractive patterns ever before imentary spirit. shown in Stanford. In addition to clothing the firm carries a complete line of furnishings for men and boys. En They also sell the famous Queen liiua AVOWS Ouality shoes and Phoenix hose for ladies. In fact, there is nothing in the market superior to this firm's line of goods. The members of the SERIOUS firm, are always courteous and obliging and will be glad of the opportunity to extend you every favor posBy Being Constantly Supplied Witt sible. See their stock and get then-pricebefore you buy. I turn on your goods, but you are paid promptly on delivery. Shipments are made to eastern markets and the money derived from the large volume of business done by this enterprising firm remains in Stanford and directly benefits every citizen. It is the means of circulating many thousands of dollars annually in this community that otherwise would never find their way to Stanford. Mr. Tudor will begin in a few days killing and dressing turkeys for the northern and eastern markets. Lincoln county fowls are always in demand and they bring good prices. Citizens of Lincoln and adjoining counties who have poultry and produce for sale 'should bear in mind that they can always find a readv market in the firm of Northcott & Tudor. These gentlemen are throughly reliable and every representation made you by them can be depended on. Their phone number is 153. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. The prosperity of a town is invariably reckoned by its banks, for there is no better index to the stability of a community than to know that a flourishing bank is one of its foremost institutions. Stanford is no exception to the many live, progressive towns of Kentucky, for her citizens can point with pride to the First National Bank. The history of the First National Bank, and its predecessors, is as follows: The First National Bank was the first bank organized, iruLincoln county; was first a Deposit! feank of Stanford, which commenced business Sentember Gth, 1858. On June 2d, 18G5 its successor was organized. beiner the 1204th National Bank in the U. S. and one of the oldest south of the Ohio river and was known as The National Bank of Stanford. It went into voluntary liquidation and was organized as The First National Bank of Stanford. It will thus be seen that the above named bank, and its two predecessors, have had an uninterrupted existence for 58 vears. The First National Bank is now' in its 35th vear, during which time it has paid the princely sum of $237,000, and added to the surplus fund, $28,-50This hank can certainly point with pride to its old and successful career, as it has passed through, in its existence, many panics and financial storms, and today arks the public patronage on its record and merits. The State Bank & Trust Company, of Stanford, having a capital of S50.-00which formerly did a good business in the town of Stanford, and being desirous of goin" out of the hanking business on Sept. 8. 1915. turned over all its assets, of all kinds, including its deposits and good will, to The First National Bank, of Stanford, and by and through its sneeial deputy bank commissioner, H. 0. Baughman. the resources of said State Bank & Trust Comnany. are now being vapidly collected and disbursed to the stockholders, to their entire satisfaction, their depositors long since having been paid off. This bank has a canital of $50,000, surplus fund $28,500 and deposits of 250,000. This is one of the strongest and oldest banking corporations in the State and warrants careful consideration of all business men, or others seeking a dependable institution of this character, where all modern facilities are employed. It is one of the few institutions of the kind that you can feel nerfectlv safe about, your funds are deposited here. The officers and directors are Lincoln county men and are known throughout this section for their strict integrity, high sense of honor and nossessing marked business ability. They are indentified with the town's interest in every way, having her growth and advancement at heart. Citizens of Stanford and Lincoln county, may well feel exceedingly proud of this banking firm for it is all that could be demanded of a modern banking house. Burglar and fireproof safes are used. A saving department is conducted in connection with the bank and a large number of people are patronizing it. The bank pays three per cent, on savings accounts. Following are the officers: J. S. Hocker, president: S. T. Harris, vice president and H. C. Baughman, cash0. 0, F v s Thedford's AlcDuff. Va. Black-Draugh- t. NORTHCOTT & TUDOR e, There are few, if any branches of business that is of greater impoi-tJ'ncor means more to the citizens of a town than the dealer in produce and poultry. It is today a big factor stomach trouble. I in . . .... rthe T ci. .. i ago a menu ioia me to try being world of commerce, as well as ycj.b a benefactor to hundreds of Theaford's which I did, and I found it to be the best family medi- citizens of the county who have poultry of all kinds to sell, as well as procine for young and o!d. duce of every description. When the I keep ht on hand all the firm of Northcott & Tudor, compos3igie now, and when my children feel a ed of Messrs. H. B. Northcott and T. , ittle bnJ, they ask me for a dose, and it K. Tudor, began business in Stanford does ;hem more good than any medicine about eight years ago, it was ascerJhey ever tried. tained that the mission of these genI We never have a long spell of sick-- ni tlemen would fill a long-fe- lt want, in our fcinjly, since we commenced and today the firm ranks second to usir few in this section. In addition to Thedford's is purely buying all the proda.e and poultry-thvegetable, and has been found to regufarmers in Lincoln and adjoinlate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re- ing counties have to sell, the firm allieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, so deals in coal, hay, feed, salt, etc. usadachCj sick stomach, and similar They have the agency here for the symptoms. celebrated Rex coal. The highest It has been in constant use for more prices are always paid for everythan 70 years, and has benefited more thing in the produce line that the farmer has for sale. The advantage than a million people. over the Your druggist sells and recommends of trading with this firm Price only 25c. Get a regular commission merchant is that you do not have to wait for the re- N. c. 12a eackage y. "1 suffered for sovfif.il years," says Mrs. J. B. Whiltakcr, oil ilus place, "with sick headache, and1 Black-Draught, Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht e vtv- wn Black-Draug- ht. to-da- Make Your Crops Bi ger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of the of car-loadwell-know- n ducts of this mill has gained for the proprietors widespread favor among those who appreciate the highest quality in flour and meal. The plant itself is one of the most modern in operation in this section of the State, all the newest and most improved machinery being used to manufacture the extra high grades that are daily marketed. It can be truthfully said that the flours of this company distinctive air and individuality are pure, wholesome and delicious, about them that you seldom get in possessing that sweet, nutty flavor, the ready-to-wegarments. That seldom found in even the highest store is McRoberts & Bailey, the priced and nationally advertised home of Adler's Collegian brand brands. The products are made from clothes, Nettleton and Walkover the best wheat it is possible to obtain shoes for ladies and gentlemen, to- in a thoroughly equipped establishNATIONAL gether with one of the most attrac- ment. The prorrietors have spared COUNTY LINCOLN tive and complete lines of furnishings cannot be forstalled nor forcasted. BANK carried by any house in this section. establishment out with the kind of machinery that produces the best re is one of the town's most There is no institution, or business This and dependable firms, aggres- sults, hence the quality of goods marsive for every keted rank second to none in enterprise, that is recognized as be- representation made you the can be ing so indispensible to the citizens depended on. The proprietors fully State. The management is exceedingof a town and community, as a well merchants of long experience are ly proud of the prestige its brands and conducted and accommodating bank- know what merchandise is, and when have gained, and it well may be, for ing house. Stanford is not behind the they offer their goods to a customer they meet the demands of consumer towns of the State in possessing a it is with the satisfaction that they in such satisfying manner that whenbank that is thoroughly reliable and are giving him the best in the market ever once used become staple articles capable of taking care of the needs get of food in the home afterwards. The for the money. You will of her citizens at all times. This value received for every always you leading brand "Fancy Patent No. 1," banking house is the Lincoln County pay McRoberts & Bailey.dollar is is claimed to have no superior anyNational Bank, with a capital of great satisfaction in dealingThere a where. The Interior Journal takes with $100,000; surplus .$50,100; deposits firm of the reputation of this one, pleasure in adding its testimonial to and resources of $585,-00- and the trade is not slow to appreci- the goods offered the public through of $325,000 thus assuring its depositors the ate the high quality of goods handled th's enterprising home concern. very best and safest protection. It by them. Their customers are num- Housewives should insist upon Stanforwas among the first banks to be es- bered among the most exclusive d-made flour and meil. thus giv-i-- s: tablished in this county and has dressers of Stanford and community. their patronage to a home tiim crown with the town and community. Their establishment is modern and which spends its money for Lincoln The personnel of its officers is the j stocked with the highest quality of county wheat. The company is always best, while by then business train- goods in the market. An inspection : the market "r--r wheat nd crn. ing and fair business dealings have of the varied lines will convince you paying the highest market prices. won the confidence of those seeking that you could not do better than to a modern and dependable banking patronize this store. J. L. BEAZLEY concern. This bank has never failed In all professions science has made to pay its annual dividends. You can THE PENNY DRUG STORE wonderful progress within the last always depend on receiving the most courteous treatment at the hands of Standing out prominently in the decade. In this day and time the posthe officers of this bank. It is thor- drug trade and numbered among the sibilities of mankind are hard to oughly reliable and no safer institu- town's most reliable retail firms, is reckon, or limit. Many things are betion could be found in which to de- The Penny Drug Store, an excellent ing accomplished daily that would posit your funds. The most modern example and the proprietor. Mr. E. R. have been considered impossibilities and approved methods are employed Coleman. The store was organized in the time of cur forefathers. No bv this bank in the transaction of its and operated by the Messrs. Penny advancement of profesional men has business. The officers are men of ex- for years and has always been recog- been of greater worth to civilzation perience and integrity, and are well nized as headquarters for drugs, than that of the undertaker and The licensed graduate and favorably known to the town and chemicals, proprietary remedies as is as necessary and as much county. This bank solicits your busi- well as stationery, school supplies, ness, promising you at all times ev- leather goods, sporting goods, toilet sought in the present century as is possible and a articles, etc. In fact, everything the physician, lawyer or dentist. His ery accommodation and knowledge are necessary service unexcelled in banking. M' usually found in an es- skill Shanks, is president and Mr. tablishment of this kind. To be frctors in the human family today, W. H. W. M. Bright, cashier. An institu- abreast of the times in the advance- for no one cares to employ the sertion of this kind is an asset to the ment of the profession, has been the vices of an unskilled funeral director business and financial life of any aim and desire of Mr. Coleman since and embalmer. Stanford has a citizen who is thoroi he assumed proprietorship, and no town and deserves the the citizens of Stanfrod and Lincoln matter what new drug or medicine oughly proficient in his chosen pro-- county. is introduced in the market it can in- fession. Reference is made to Mr. J.L.' variably be found here as quickly as Beazley, Stanford's capable and efin the large cities. The line of toilet ficient undertaker and embalmer. STANFORD'S STOCK YARDS. articles embraces the largest and There is not a more reliable, nor The Nunnelley Stock Yards is a best assortment in this section of the skilled embalmer to be found in the Beazley. He opthan potent factor in the industrial life, State, such as Colgates, Richard Hud-net- t, countryhis own Mr. funeral equippage erates Violet New Engand there are few enter- land, Palmer, Garden Dulce, and many which is considered to be one of the of Mary line impor- others of equal reputation. prises that can approach it in Mr. Cole- handsomest and most complete in this The Interior tance and the immense volume of man has the agency in Stanford for section of the State.his wt.h as a Es- the famous Nunnally box candies, Journal can attest to business it transacts annually. which are received fresh weekly. A citizen and business man, and his tablished eight years ago by Mr. A. specialty of Mr. Coleman is the "care reliability is never questioned by T. Nunnelley. its influence and scope given to compounding prescriptions. these who know him. of usefulness has increased with the He is a registered pharmacist His office and show rooms are in depassing vears. until today it is known votes his personal attention and this jthe St. Asaph block. Office phone to throughout the entire State and is department, and there is never a 42; residence phone 32. now the third largest stock yard in doubt in the minds who patKentucky. The capacity of the yards ronize The Penny of thoseStore but Drug M VVVCHDSSFULB?s.SW of cat- that they will get the purest is from 1,500 to 2,000 head and being equipped for hand- freshest drugs and their physician's tle, besides ling hogs, sheep, horses and mules. instructions carefully guarded. There The number of cattle handled an- are few men in the community who nually will reach the enormous fig- have the confidence of the citizens ures of between 8.000 to 10,000 while more than Mr. Coleman, and The In- JGall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of hundreds of head of horses, sheen, terior Journal takes pleasure in callAutoand hogs are also bought and sold ing the attention of its readers es- the Stomach and Intestines, intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Apenterprise. Lincoln is pecially to this store. through this one of the foremost counties of the pendicitis and other fatal ailments State in live stock raising, and these J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY result from Stomach Trouble. Thouyards not only enable stock raisers Sufferers owe There is probably no enterprise in sands of Stomach of the county to find a ready purrecovery to Mayr's chaser for their stock, but hundreds Stanford that is more generally ap- their complete Unlike r.ny of head from other counties are ship- preciated than is the establishment Wonderful Remedy. ped, and driven into Stanford and of J. H. Baughman & Co., manufac- ntViof fnr Stomach Ailments. For placed in these yards, where they are turers of flour, meal, feed stuffs, , sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stan- secail(! also denlors in rr:il ;ind hiiildJnr' purchased by buyers from all material. The excellence of the pro - ' ford, Ky. tions of Kentucky. A notable feature of this business is that it has the reputation of securing the Inchest prices for live stock ofanv yards in the country. And it is fully merited, for those who offer Nuntheir stock for sale through the disapnelley Stock Yards are never pointed but realize the highest prices Th'1, enterprise has meant untold worth to Stanford for its sales will reach the fabulous figures of over $225,000 annually. The yards are now managed and conducted by Mr. T. . Jones, lessee, who is an expert live stock man, and who is known the country over for his fair and square dealings with his patrons. A nominal sum of 10 cents per head is charged for lotting and sheltering cattle. be We are going to cater to the best On court days in Stanford may hundreds of head of cattle, beseen trade in Stanford and Lincoln counsides horses and other live stock are brought here to be marketwhich ty and give you a Meat Market like ed Buyers in all parts of the country know that the character of live you never saw before in Stanford. : : stock offered for sale here is among best in the country to be had. the We have on hand now some of the There is always a good demand for stock offered for sale through these best Cuts of Fresh Meats; also some yards. . Mi--. Jones is also a partner in the Extra Choice Cured Meats, Hams, firm of Jones & Cress, dealers in, and buyers of, live stock of all kinds. Bacon, Etc. Call and see! us or The firm is composed of Mr. J. M. Cress and T. W. Jones. They also Phone No. 271. maintain offices in Stanford. ar 0, em-balm- er. em-balm- M'ROBERTS & BAILEY Men who wear clothes and there are thousands of them and who appreciate style and quality, especially when these two essential features are not figured in the cost, have found that there is one store in Stanford where they can get the very latest styles, most approved patterns and the nobbiest designs; goods that are dependable and have that er up-to-da- te pac-onag- e St-nfo- rd, 1 rSTOlMCHiroubll NICE, CLEAN, FRESH lYJIJL4dab JL 0 Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. ier. E. T. PENCE. W. K. WARNER There are not many, people in town who have water on their premises that are getting the benefit of this luxury. They are content to have water in one or two places and carry it from cellar to garret, not stopping long enough to realize that for Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. Calls answered day or night. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford Ky. Livery and Auto Service :::::::: Sanitary Meat Market Geo. T. Wood, Prop., Stanford, Ky. ffhe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, November 17, only the freshest and best by patronizing an establishment where cleanliness is strictly observed. In this connection The Interior Journal presents to its readers the new and sanitary market owned and conducted by Mr. George T. Wood. Stanford needed a market of this character 1916. Page Three he is gone, and no business man can afford not to carry insurance on his Aching Teeth ReEATING MUCH tobacco and live stock against hail Sfev and other destructive forces that lieved Kf3Evr"KC Home! cannot be forestalled nor forecasted. SION OF HEALT Be prepared and when death comes, Sloan's Liniment Robs Toothache Of those you leave behind will be protected: if your crops are destroyed, Its Terrors. Pain Vanishes In A and the citizens of the town and you are not the loser. Few Minutes community should encourage him in Think this over, and then see Mr. his efforts to supply them with the Tanlac Man Says Many Not Wearen and have him write the kind No need to pace the floor all night best and freshest meats as well as of policy that will give you the best with the agony of a throbbing tooth. poultry, sea fish, etc. This store is protection. Benefited By Food, Sloan's Liniment will quickly relieve and modernly appointed the pain and give you rest. and contains a desirable line of evMcKINNEY A single application and the pain erything needed or desired in the line of fresh and cured meats, McKinney, the thriving and invit- usually disappears. Sloan's Liniment sausages, lard, etc., as well as fancy POOR DIGESTION THE GAUSE ing town on the Q. & C. branch of the gets right to the root of the trouble. groceries and table delicacies, ceC. N. 0. & T. P. railway, located 15 Like a warming balm it relieves conreals, canned goods. miles south of Danville and 9 miles gestion, and in a few minutes toothMr. Woods is an expert meat merache is reduced. west of county To soothe the throb of a tooth that chant of wide experience and has al- Declares That Much Misery Is Due to Lincoln, Stanford, the become seat of is destined to one of apply Sloan's ready won a substantial patronage great importance, for it has all the pains with neuralgia,Aching muscles, Ignoring Warning Symptoms and Liniment externally. aiong the. best and most exacting town and a Tells of the Success of Tanlac In advantages of any other is gout, bruises, sprains, people of the town. He is ranked few of its own. There no better rheumatism, busiamong the town's aggressive Many Severe and Long Standing agricultural section of the state than lumbago, chilbrains, sprains and stiff ness men who is reliable and courteneck can also be Troubles. that surrounding McKinney, while treated with Sloan's most effectively Liniment. Cleanous and ready at all times to favor la-- ge qualities. timber abounds in those who are his daily patrons. er than mussy plasters or poultices. Many persons might as well Mineral waters of the desirable Sloan's Liniment at all drug stores If you want something extra fine for all the benefit they derivenot eat character are supplied most nature to by from in the way of a roast or steak, you in 25c, 50c and $1.00 bottles. all sufferers with any malady that will be sure of getting it if it comes their food. They can eat plenty of nature can cure through her health almost anything, but no nutritive effrom Wood's sanitary meat market. The town of McKinfects show in their bodies. They re- giving waters. desirably located and ney is most main, according to the Tanlac Man, when her opportunities are made GEORGE H. FARRIS the same stomach worried, puny and, known she will take on new life and One of the most prominent retail apparently, unfed individuals. become a greater factor among the establishments, and one that is "We cat," he said, "to supply the towns of Kentucky, for she has evLike a million other womadOne woman says: "My known throughout this and the joining counties, is the store of Mr. body with the vitality it has lost in ery advantage and effers all the open, you can serve coffee that husband used to swallow his George H. Farris, dealer in hardware, the expenditure of energy. When thai portunities. lie would give most anything coffee and hurry off. Now we Among the groceries of all kinds, stoves, ranges, vitality has not been restored we be- unquestionably enterprises that would to have coffee which starts have Arbuckles' and you'd pay in McKinney cooking come weary, feel distressed, lose am refrigerators, queensware, might be mentioned: a harness and 200 acres of rich, fertile Kentucky the day "right" for all. think it was Sunday the way utensils, etc. Mr. Farris is one of the bition and lack interest in what we saddle business, a furniture manufaclands, and now gives his farm a good ' most enterprising citizens of the have to do. helingers over his breakfast." turing plant, a loose leaf tobacco deal of his attention. Owing to th Everyone loves the rich town, and a fr.ctor in her mercantile Nature's Warning. warehouse, a cigar manufactory, length of time he has been in activo flavor of Arbuckles' Coffee. Until you try Arbuckles' affairs. And there are few men who "This shows something is wrong. In woolen mill, lumber and planing mill, business, combined with impaired have a larger circle of friends anil Of all the coffees in America you will never know what also badly acquaintances or who adheres more most cases the fault is an unhealthy ice plant, etc. A hotel aisfine invest- health, Mr. Ware would consider today, it is by far the most a difference good coffee can needed, be strictly to the slogan, "Courteous stomach and an upset condition of the ment on and would of some enterpris- selling his mercantile business, and popular! make in your home. retire to private life. A fine openinjc dealings toward digestive tracts. Stomach distress is ing man the part treatment and fair who understands the busi- awaits some one here. all." He is an aggressive merchant a warning to remedy conditions be- ness. The town offers the most libwho keeps his stock right up to the fore we are overtaken by more seri- eral proposition to a man who will Today there are whole towns where Arbuckles minute, and is daily adding new cus- ous ills. TURNERSVILLE establish a hotel here. is practically the only coffee used. In one State, tomers to his list by pleasing the old "Yet that tired, clraggy, just-hal- f McKinney section alone, in a year, four pounds of Arbuckles' Coffee ones. When you need anything in the sick feeling may be the indication of areSheep in the thereforeof a woolen plentiful, TURNERSVILLE SUPPLY CO. line of groceries you will find the was used for every man, woman and child in the an ailment that will result in a life mill would prove a profitable investstock carried by Mr. Farris to be The store owned and operated by State four times as many pounds of coffee as the Many persons ment. Timber abounds in large quanfresh and desh-ablwhile his varied time of suffering. will guarantee the continu- the Turnersville Supply Co., which population of the State !ArbuckleBros.,New York. and stock of hardware, harness, guns, month after month, have permitted titiesoperation of furniture plant as is located five miles west of Stanammunition, etc., is adequate to these unpleasant feelings to pass ous as lumber and planing mill, for ford on the McKinney pike and at without attention, only to find them well meet the demands of all. long time to come. The farmers in the forks of the roads leading to An establishment of this kind is a selves in after years afflicted with a neighborhood of McKinney are Hustonville and McKinney, is one of the credit to the town. Mr. Farris is health worries that might have been now devoting a great deal of their the most complete of its kind in the ieaders of the agency in Lincoln county for the commended to him uprightthis paper; prevented. time to the culture of tobacco, and country, for it is stocked withone of LINCOLN PHARMACY you will find and honlines of sale of the Oliver Plow, Owensboro Secret 6f Success. the neai'est market is Danville, 15 most varied and Members of the medical profession wagons, Deering machines, buggies, orable in all his dealings, as well as goods you will find in any town, and goes to the root of niosi distant. "Tanlac being courteous and obliging to his are quick to realize the necessity of etc. in the in some cities. The stock is so vaOil has many customers who trade with him physical worries. The nroper assim town and been discovered pure drugs, and care in compounding You will find it is a source of is npw being developed, ried and desirable that the citizens ilation of food if. everything to the crescriptions. No matter how careful pleasure to deal Avith this reliable in preference to anyone else. in that section of the county do not preservation of health. If the nour- and it is believed that it will produce find it necessary to send, or go elsephysician may be in the treatment merchant, who is ever ready to do a vast wealth to those interested, as ishing qualities of food are not carof his patients, he cannot successful- all in his power to please his customH. C. ANDERSON'S GARAGE well as giving new life to the town where, to do their shopping for this ried by the blood into o ry part o' and introducing her to the world as store carries the goods, and at the ly guide them back to health if the ers, who are numbered among the It is a most important matter with the body thee ca-- : ".ot be cod health. remedies prescribed are lacking "" most prominent and particular citiright prices. The stock embraces alshe has never before been known. medicinal value. Th;s i:: the reason zens of the county. If you are not car owners to place their cars in Herein lies the secret of Tanlac's sucNo one could find a better town most everything one could wish in why the Lincoln Pharmacy, of vdiich aiready a customer of this store you competent hands with men you cess. It assists in proper digest ior in which to engage in business pur- dry goods, notions, as well as shoes Mr. J. W. Acey, is proprietor, has will find thai; it will pay you to be- know to be responsibe and capable, and assimilation, which is fun-lsuits than McKinrey, and certainly for men and women; groceries, and gained and maintained such a high come one. The courteous manner and for there are numerous no healthier location could be select- hardware, glassware, harness, etc. In in standard in Stanford and Lincoln straight forward dealings of Mr. service stations give the country, but mental in maintainirg a healthy body." ed in the State than this one. The fact, there is scarcely an item that not you the service county as pharmacists. Mr. Acey has Higgins has won for him the high re- "you all able to you could need or expect to find in h?.s have a right to expect in return Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- - ton meal v mill 7 fores' a connected with him Dr. W. N. gard of all who have traded with him. a big city store of this character that a garage land r. o xv. Craig, who is a graduate and regis- The Interior Journal takes pleasure for your money. The Anderson e a iio mi, T uuii.v jji uj o xuu x OI.UIU, ru. t vou will be unable to get from the iuiu enterprises. other Garage, of which tered pharmacist, efficient, painstak- in recommending him to its readers. son, is proprietor, Mr. H. C. Ander- Coleman, proprietor. McKinney citizens invite you to Turnersville Supply Co. The firm is one of the best, line, ing and skillful, following with the Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- come and cast your lot with them. does a big business in in the country. You can always feel greatest care the instructions on each They are enterprising, aggressive and also, buying all the produce as well perfectly safe whei your car is stor- lowing nearby cities: Moreland, AbW. H. MUELLER and every prescription, using only believe in the future of their town. as poultry from the citizens of the A modern and the best and freshest drugs. This is jewelry ed here, for it will receive that care raham Minks;, Hustonville, Adams opportunities offer- community, paying the highest price. that you yourself Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- ed Investigate thebefore you decide to-' The officers of this big business, and one of the oldest and most depend- store where a complete stock of ev- and attention McKinney in give it. able drug concerns in the country. It erything in this line can be found, is would in every It is a model establishone that is a credit to the commuW. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, settle elsewhere. sense of the word, and wap established years ago, and was one of the greatest conveniences of ment nity as well as to the enterprise of Lyne Bros.; Brodhead. John Rob-binpopular with the trade then, and is any community, as well as being a one that has met with favor among the men who planned it out and arts Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; M'KINNEY DEPOSIT BANK large number you patronize it porular today. The business that has most essential asset to the town's en- the the ex"!usion responsible for its establishment anu of others. It is also Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; An institution that is of inestim- condut, ?.re J. B. Bradshaw, secretabeen established is a credit to the terprises. Stanford possesses one of to W. A. Horton. able worth to the citizens of McKin- ry and treasurer, J. N. Cash, presitown as well as the proprietor. Mr. this character for there are few the Ford service station, as Mr. Anderson has the agency in Lincoln ney and the surrounding sections, is dent. Jno. M. Carter, Acey is winning new customers daily towns in the state the size of this one by pleasing the old ones, and it is be- that has a more desirable establish- county for that well known car that which will accommodate six or more the McKinney Deposit Bank, which is A. R. Spears, second universal car ing done along the lines of coui'teous ment of this kind than the readers of and universally universally popular cars. A rest room for lady tourists serving its patrons faithfully and The management of the rffairs o used. There are more will be patrons and carry- the Interior Journal will find in the Established in the the company is in the hands of Mi treatment to his another attractive feature of satisfactorily. year 1905 it has shown a remarkable Bradshaw, and while a young man. ing such a complete line of drugs and one owned and conducted by Mr. W. Fords in use today than all other the new building. H. Mueller. kindred lines that no one feels it There is scarcely anv-- machines combined. There must be a growin anu ueveiopment, ior an in- yet he is one of the most experienced to go or send elsewhere for thing in the jewelry line, as well as reason. The Ford is the most desirstitution of this character was badly and aggressive merchants in the J. A. ALLEN needed in the McKinney community, countv. The firm is one of the moat anything usually sold in a modern silver ware, cut glass, china ware, etc. able of all cars, for its superior drug store. The stock embraces ev- that cannot be supplied by this en- workmanship has put it in the lead. One of the most important factors and it therefore filled a long felt reliable and dependable in Lincoln, erything the trade would wish, or terprising morchunt. The stock is It is the most economic car, as well; in the industrial life of a town or want and is receiving the support of and deserves the success it has atneed, including a select line of toilet well selected and comprises tho. verv economic in upkeep and use of gaso- community is the manufacturer and every business man, and others who tained in the short time the business have occasion from time to time, to articles, stationery! school supplies, latest in jewelry of all kinds, an well line. been established. You could not find a more relia- leader of lumber. No town or section patronize a banking institution. The has proprietary remedies. This store has as watches, clocks, diamonds, etc. is progressive unless it maintains an Since Mr. Mueller began business ble garage in the section than the enterprise of this character where present cashier, Mr. Cleo Thomas the agency in Lincoln county for the Anderson Garage nor a more courtewas elected cashier in February of Cleanses Your Hair sale of the famous Dakota Jack's in Stanford over 15 years ago he has ous gentleman with whom to deal, all grades of lumber, as well as spec- the present year and is giving such medicines; also Lowney's candies and built up a trade that ranks among than Mr. Makes It Beautiful,. Anderson. The large num- ial mill work, can be had on short no- universal satisfaction deMiss Kolladay's of Paris, home made the first of the town. Citizens of ber of people who patronize him is tice. No plant is better equipped to posits of the bank have that the inlargely candies. The Lincoln Pharmacy is Stanford and Lincoln county never take care of the needs of the home-buildThick, Glossy, Wavy- evidence creased under his administration. Mr. recommended to rer.ders of this pa- find it necessary to send or go to they get of the excellent service Mr. J. A. Allen. Mr. at per. larger cities to make their purchases, the increase his hands. On account of Allen is thanexperienced lumber mer- Thomas is an affable, genial gentlean in his business, he has for the beautiful stock carried by found it necessary to enlarge his chant who has given the business his man who understands the art of mak- Try It! All Dandruff Disappears and ing and holding friends and his popMr. Mueller is adequate to meet the present W. H. HIGGINS careful study and attention, Hair Stops Coming quarters, and begin demands of even the most discrimi- once rebuilding. The will space at there is nothing in his line that and ularity has been the means of add"' can ing many floor will W. H. Higgins,, dealer in all kinds nating buyer, while his prices are as Out new depositors as well as be used of hardware, farm implements, ve- reasonable as can be obtained of any be tripled, and a show room added building in the erection of a home, or friends to the bank. The capital of that his establishment is unhicles, roofing, etc.. is one of the firm in the business, Stanford people surplus, Surely try a "Danderine Hair able to supply, including roofing, this bank is $15,000 andmore than most ponular merchants in Stanford, should lend their support to a busi$2,200. The deposits have Cleanse" if you wish to immediately paints, doors, mantles, builders hard- doubled ard his business career here has been ness of this character for it is de- Had the last nine ware, etc. The proprietor is thorough- which is ainsplendid showing months, double the beauty of your hair. Just Terrible Pains a successful one, for he carries at all serving of their trade. and re- moisten o cloth with Danderine, and ly reliable in every way and gives times the best stock of goods it is posflects credit on Cashier Thomas, draw it carefully through your hair, Mr. Mueller is one of the substanyou in Kidneys and Back. whenthe service youa naturally expect Burglar and sible to secure and his patrons get tial business men of Stanford and is ased. dealing with man in this line Safety lock boxes are safes are for a taking one small strand at a time; his long exeprience in thoroughly reliable in all his dealings. the benefit of rented this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt of business. His enterprise has selecting goods and obtaining the As Christmas is approaching it would Dear Mr. Editor I want to write you ed ahead until today it is ratedforg- reasonable sum. This bank pays in- or any excessive oil H a few minutes seclowest prices from the manufacturer. be well to visit his store before look- about Anuric." I was very sick, could terest on time deposits. Ask, or write you will be amazed. Your hair will be ond and "If it's hardware that wears, and at ing elswhere as his prices are right hardly be up ; I was in bed most of the tanceto none in reliability Everyimpor Mr. Thomas, for information regard- wavy, fluffy and abundant and poscounty. facil- ing this prices that will bring you back" then and his goods of high quality. time. Had terrible pains in my kidneys ity is in Lincoln to get out feature of the business. E. J. sess an incomparable softness, lustre employed there is a reason why the citizens of and back, so much so that I had to the shortest time possible, orders in Tanner is president and F. M. Ware, and luxuriance. ' and it vice president. Stanford and Lincoln county have sescream sometimes when I was sitting may be Besides beautifying the hair, one WOOD'S MEAT MARKET lected this store as their favorite down and wanted to get up, the pain cern in added that there is no conapplication of Danderine dissolves the State that supplies a betA first class meat market, where was so great. I had tried a when shopping. Everything under the n every particle of dandruff: invico- F. M. WARE head of light and heavy hardware, fresh and wholesome meats are al- kidney medicine but it didn't help me. ter grade of building material than With a successful business record rates the scalp, stopping itching and does this one. Many of the handsome cutlery, harness, stoves, ranges, oil ways kept on hand, is indeed a con- I heard of Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets tailing hair. heaters and cookers, tinware, kitchen venience and blessing to any com- so I thought I would try them. I took homes in and around Stanford have of 40 years to his credit, Mr. F. M. Danderine is to the hair what fresh you are Ware, McKinney's oldest merchant, showers utensils, etc., is included in the large munity. Meat is one the chief articles only one box of the Tablets, and my been built by Mr. Allen. If of rain and sunshine stock. Mr. Higgins has of food, therefore, we should use back is now free from pain and I can contemplating building, consult him :s stili one of the substantial business vegetation. It goes right to the are to and roots, get his estimate on all kinds of men of the town and is ready at all invigorates and strengthens them. work and take care of my family. I and Its feel I cannot say enough for this medi- building material and lumber. He is times to do his share toward promot- exhilerating, stimulating and also a building contractor of years ing interest of McKinney and comcine. Sincerely, Mrs. Wm. Keller. properties cause the hair experience. He is recommended to munity. The subject of this sketch to grow long, strong and beautiful. began his business career in McKinpaper. You can surely have pretty, soft, Note: This "Anuric" is adapted readers of this ney when a comparatively young especially for kidney complaints and man, and by close application to his lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you JESSE D. WEAREN will just diseases arising from disorders of tho bottle of affairs he has succeeded beyond the Knowlton'sget a kidneys and bladder, such as backache, Danderine from any drug The Insurance Man expectations of those who welcomed weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, conPreparedness is him then, as a citizen of the town. store or toilet counter and try it as gestion of the kidneys, inflammation topic, and there wasthe 91-- 1 directed. never a question Mr. Ware of the bladder, scalding urine and proposed of greater moment. Pre- his store made friends; he stocked a urinary troubles. The physicians and paredness in all things, but least of goods with suchsoon desirable line had a most specialists at Dr. Pierce's great Institu- among the number, preparedness in flattering that he s sm trade. And the people who "When In Doubt Take tion, at Buffalo, N. Y., have thoroughly The is traded with him in years gone by are tested this prescription and have been case of death and fire. latterformer a Bath." a possiwith one accord successful in eradicat- sure to come and the be prepared is still his patrons, for they have found Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinbility at any hour. To that the quality of goods bought of ing these troubles, and in most cases The price has aiready gone up and we do not know ning and Guttering Guranteed. inthink absolutely curing the diseased kidnp-- ' . to be insured. When younature oflife, him could not be better, while his Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines prices were always as reasonable'1 as' surance of whatever high it is going. The niines are running short how Patients having once used "Ai j" etc., notable feature connected W. K. at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, ho : re- fire, hail, tornado, live stock, insur- possible. with this enterprising merchant is Phone 188 think of Jesse D. Wearen, the timo atic cannot get cars io ship. We have a reasonpeatedly sent back for more. h a ance man, who is possibly insuring that he is only man living in the Stanford, Ky. demand has been created that Dr. ?rce able supply on hand, however, but would advise that people against all classes of town today who was a citizen of Mchas decided to put "Anuric" in the trug more stores of this country, in a ready--' use loss than any other agent in this sec- Kinney when he first moved there. you lay in your winter's supply as soon as p ssible. To tlie Public: form. If not obtainable send one ime tion. His list of insurance companies New and younger men have come in embrace some of the oldest and most and taken the places of the older represent th largest and test by mail to Dr. Pierce for trial pa. :age clothinp house in thii couptrvt reliable, among the number might be citizens, but Mr. Ware has remained ST or 50 cents for full treatment. Chicago. III. mentioned the Insurance Company of on; he has shown himself equal to Ed Y. Prize anl Co., and directing Zlywt-injin tho North America, the oldest American the occasion of coping with those pvrience your measuring gives me the advantaw: of clothes, , Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Company born with the Republic. of 40 years ago and the enterprising over one who is not a practical tailor. If you is a blood cleanser and alterative that Mr. Wearen has made an enviable ones of today. His present stock of will give me your order, I will promise vou a square Starts thfi llVPr fmrl intn tTirrnivmn will get the himself in quick and sat- goods is complete and varied, com- money, deal. You the cheapest worth of'vonr either grades or" the action. It thus assists the body to make record for isfactory settlement of losses. prising as it does dry goods, notions, higher prices. in My FALL and W1XTKR ncn, red blood, which feeds the heart, line of samples is now ready for your in- STANFORD, KELTUCKY No man x has a right to live this groceries,'. ciotning,, Doots, snoes, nats, i snertinn. . at v : i Derves. hrnm nnrl orcrnnn nf fho hnnv. vj-- . ;xi C.n Tin",OHrm J..a ilIU insurance io ne 7 i paid witnout carrying upon him, when I caps, tinware,is naraware, narness, etc. ' clean, etrong and strenuous. '. those dependent Mr. Ware also a farmer, owning H. C. RUPLEY N At up-to-da- te Wtat would lie 0ive for the coffee you. serve? MmMmim e up-to-da- te -- gar-age- s hZ prc-vluc-c up-to-da- te g, s; Way-nesbur- g, vice-rreside- nt, vice-preside- nec-essr- ry er fire-pro- of well-know- up-to-da- te life-produc- ing ettex Buy a Load or Two of Coal 25-ce- nt ng f WARIER -- -- ( J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY Vr.i x- i. . !?, -- Cage Four l ju The Inferior Journal." Stanf 6rH; Kentucky:' Friday, November 1 7, 1916. r - jtj ri 1 It ta flHIIKn H makes a real ivii$ The Interior Journal i jp -- W'fi. 8. M. Saujxet, Editor akd Troprictoe Entered at the poslcffioe at Stanford, Ky., tecond class mail matter. Subscription Rates Both issues a week, per year $1.50 Twice a week, for 8 months .. . .... 1.00 Twice a week, for 6 months .75 Twice a week, for 3 month,,. ,..., .... .40 Once a week, either issue, per year 1.00 Subscriptions are to all; paper stops when time for which it is paid, is up Ladies Trunks Hand Bags Steamers Political Announcements. The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office subject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee for each county office is $10; for district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No announcement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) FOR SHERIFF J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. FOR COUNTY JUDGE M. F. NORTH. Suit Cases The man with money lliifeliHI iaPi knows it. The Louisville Times, always an ardent advocate of whisky, came out Thursday in favor of submitting the question of state wide prohibition to a vote of the people; also that of woman suffrage. The Times says that there are overwhelming evidences that the people desire to vote upon these two questions. Of course there are, and have been for some time, as we have repeatedly argued, but the Times seems Somewhat tardy in ascertaining this sentiment. If Gov. Stanley is committed' to the blunder of a special session of the legislation to "reform" the taxing laws of the state, the Times' suggestion that the call include- - the kubrmsr sion of the state wide, and' suffrage amendments, too, is a good one. Hughes voted ballot No. 13 and his polling place in New York was in a laundry. No wonder Wilson "cleaned" him. Everybody travels. Everybody carries some kind of traveling luggage. Whatever you want, whether hand bag, suit case or trunk, we want to furnish it. Hand Bags, nothing but leather and good ones, too, $5 to $10. Suit Cases, in paper, $1 and $1.50. Imitation leather, $2.50 and $3.50. Cowhide, $5, $7.50, $10 and $12.50. Walrus, $15. Trunks, $3.50 to $10. Steamers, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. YOU WILL BE PROUD TO CARRY ONE OF OUR COWHIDE BAGS OR SUIT CASES IN BLACK OR TAN. The reason why the man with money has a real Thanksgiving is because he STARTED to bank his money a ago and is now reaping the harvest early thrift. of his He is thankful that he didn't SQUANDER his money on extravagance or put it into some scheme. He is thankful he BANKED it. Are you thankful that you have banked your money? Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent, interest.long-time "Get-Rich-Quic- k" - McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Lincoln County National Bank , y- Stanford, Kentucky ' . ' Crab Orchard.. Mr. Will Napier had the misfortune to break one of his legs just below the knee this week. He was driving in his buggy near Bee Lick, when his. CENT-A-WOR- D STATEMENr LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY I Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES: Bills, Expenses and Taxes Paid, In Bank, Capital Stock, Trust Funds, Interest, LIABILITIES: $23,136.87 167.98 3,235.49 $26,540.34 $25,000.00 1,468.65 1.69 $26,54034 Av faAn Your Health depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you by your doc-to- r. Sometimes it is even a matter of Life and Death Our stock of drugs is the best and freshest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound. I ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. h is a matter of conscience with us. horse ran over an embankment, overturning the vehicle and throwing him. He is getting along nicely. Dr. M. M. Doores is lying very sick with pneuminia at the home of Maurice Perkins. Dr. Edmiston is attending him. Mrs. Galen Rogers had a very severe attack of vertigo this week, but is better at this writing. Mrs. James Manuel is improving rapidly. Mrs. Agnes Herrin and Mrs. Geo. Lyne went to the Cummins sale of groceries at Preachcrsville Saturday. Mrs. Wood Peters is able to be out again and Mrs. John King has so much improved as to be able to walk about her premises. Mrs. Anna Haldeman and daughters, and John Buchanan, of Louisville have been with ttheir mother and sister here. Mr. John Payne is about the happiest man ever. He has a fine 10- -. pound boy in his home, John, Jr. Mrs. Bragg Thompson and Cora Lee went to Lebanon Thursday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Pearl Putnam. Don't forget that the Ladies Aid of the Christian church will have a bazaar Dec. 16th. All come. At the last regular meeting at the Christian church. Jack Perkins was ordained as deacon by Rev. Wyatt. Jack has been recommended by the entire church for this office, the minister saying that no better or more worthy man could be lourd for the position and not one in the audience but felt that he richly deserved all the good things the minister said about him. Mrs. Maggie Butt and family have rented the home of Mrs. Mary Hunt and she will board with them. Mr. Jopp McCall of Maretsburg died Tuesday after a long illness of a complication of diseases. He was a splendid Christian gentleman, who had many friends in this county. He was a brother to Mrs. Agnes Herrin of this place. All the merchants here are doing a big business and there is still room for several more to do as well. Lots of openings here for the right kind of people. High prices make no difference in Crab Orchard. Mrs. Claudia Holman and Miss Mayme went to Paris Bonday to visit Charlie Holman. ADS Dripping Springs Mr. and Mrs. John Harris have many freinds and relatives here who WANTED. A few fresh Jersey deeply sympathize with them in the loss of their little daughter, Ida May. cows. W. C. Shanks, Stanford. 91-While it is sad and lonesome to them without her, we would iay to the beFOR SALE Pair of Dayton com- reaved ones weep not as thse, who 91-- 2 have no hope, for we know that litputing scales. G. H. Masters. tle Ida May was a flower brdded here on earth to bloom in heaven and is FOR SALE Some Bourbon Red now waiting with beckoning hands 91-- 1 turkeys. Mrs. M. H. Beazley. for the love ones. Born, to the wife of Jim Hopkins, boy. The little fellow has a FOR SALE 6 or 8 shares of stock been named W.il'aoe Raymond. of the People's Bank of Hustonville. Mr. Ad Davis and sister. Miss Mag-- , Write Box 155, Danville, Ky. 90-4- p gie Davis and Miss Jennie Wells at- - George Hopkins. 2t 12-pound (Ads here are 1 cent a word eacn issue, cash with order; 'do ad less than 25c each issue.) tended church at Dripping Springs Sunday night-Litt- le Miss Simmie Davis is sick at this writing. Maurice Wesley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davis, who got his arm broken last week is getting alonjr as well as could be expected. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and family, of Ottenheim, are visiting her father, Mr. Dabney Davis. Miss Ella Harris spent two week"? with her sister, Mrs. Wesley Davis. Misses Verna and Ida Hopkins spent Sunday at their grandfather''-- . Mr. Keystone Saylor, of Cincinnati, is here visiting his aunt, M'-c- . FOR RENT. Two front rooms up stairs over the First National Bank. Possession given at once. 87tf FALL and Winter Hats at reduced prices; now the time to buy. Miss El91-- 2 la May Saunders. FOR RENT House of 6 rooms, recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for rent for year 1917; possession at 90-tf once. A. T. Nunnelley. POWELL & DEPP, of Hustonville, have, for sale 74 high grade ewes and 2 Southdown bucks, which have been turned together since August 20. 88tf ESTRAY red hog, weighing about 200 pounds came to my place about ten days ago. Owner can get same by Poorly aVentilated, drafty school rooms frequent source of colds. Contact with children who have colds is another cause. Damp clothing and wet feet are often responsible for that croupy cough, sore throat and tight chest Dr. Kings New Discovery is the remedy for your .1 111 .1 .cniiaren wnen tney eaten cold. Grown-up- s like it too. S&. For nearly 50 years it has been used in bronchial affecUlM v j r w w r-tions with satisfactory results. It quickly loosens the cough 1 .!,. bt n w and checks the cold. paying for this adv and his keep. P. 902p B. Thompson, Preachersville. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Stanford. 42tf. LtAnitiil Your druggist has sold it for years. Try it Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, FOR SALE. Young Abrdeen Angus bulls, registered and sired by Grand Champion. See them before you buy. They are splendid individuals. E. V. Carson, R. D. 5, Stanford, Ky. 90-4- p THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. Groceries, Field Seeds, &c, &c, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. . Court-Hbiw- e, The Fair Crab Orchard's New Store J It Belongs to You Better Get It The 20. t per cent discount on Ladies Coats, Suits, and Dresses. The very warm fall hindered early selling. In the face of the makers advancing all kinds of goods this is a snug- saving. r(Qur. stock is superb right now. Beautiful Plush, Esco, Lynx Coats, Pretty Silk Dresses, and Fur Trimmed Suits. - r - Wb"Btt buyyaur witer.giiisTr, Stanford, Kentucky. " 7m1b l a "f . 4 ? fi h -- fa o tke tieihr. is Mytkfttf yeu seei i our Iia. We carry the be.t oIy,'for tke knv-ee- t lwrice, rGrre u a call katl be ceaviBceii. VT. Mk lime fo L.ik,;Mi . .wkili eur tck is full, ad Wlee!. W carry eVerylkiB in Ike reeJy. eiid Children. We c.m are you 25 r l V Try Our .. , - Cambria Steel Farm Fence ? -- c TAR BRAND SHOES Noae Better Made WE ALSO DO CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING. HHbbbBbbBbbBbBbbbB We Sell Tke , t V r'tSi:-"'- ' 'p".-r Just- Received . VV-'IV- . W. H. HIGGINS 1tei Prop. H. Shprintz, 'Crab Orchard, Bml&nr Severance and Son Ky. iThe Interior Journal, Stanford, Ksntacfcy, ., Friday, tyovenher L;2, , , 191 6. i! "Goodnight Corns ! v Farm and Stock News In the East End Wm. Anderson bought a d hog from Jeff and James Chandler at 8 cents a pound. W. A. Brent, on the Danville pike, sold to C. S. Lyon, of the Hanging Fork mill, 120 barrels of corn last week at $4 a barrel. B. G. Fox. of Danville, sold to Tom Phillips, of Talmage, Mercer county, a pair of mare 300-pounthree-year-old Do You Ever Expect to Open a We Use Gets-It!"- 9 Bank Account 3 Drops in 2 Seconds. That's All. "GETS-IT- " Does the Eest. 999? Never Fails. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure If you do not you will always be poor and unsuccessful. "Really, I never could see how some few people use the most dilfi-cu- lt and painful way they can find to get rid of corns. They'll wrap, their toes up with bandages into a package that mis their shoes full of feet and makes corns so painful they've got I The First National Bank of Stanford, Ky., would be very much pleased to have your account. It will pay you interest in its Savings Department or will suggest to you how you can invest it profitably. to walk sideways and wrinkle Up their faces. Or they use salves that eat right into the toe and make it raw and sore, or they'll use plasters that make the corns bulge, or pick and gouge at their corns and make thetoesbleed. Funny. isn't it? "GETS-IT- " is the simple, modern wonder for corns. Just put 3 drops on. It dries TheFirstNationalBank STANFORD, KENTUCKY JfoiKersyrieml Many women are disheartened by the fear of losing their graceful figure by childbirth. By using "Mother's Friend." the natural beauty will be preserved and "most of instantly. No pain, fuss or trouble. The corn, callus or wart loosens and comosoff. Millions use nothing else." "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommended by druggists everywhere. 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by B. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharniacy and The Penny Drug Store. -- (Sxpeetaitittpmeu A Beauty and Grace After GHaldlnrth. I the pain? incidental to confinement will be eliminated, because the influence of "Mother's Friend" poes into every VgOr ment, tmis preparing it lor tno awim strain with case, uet it ryfrU at n" onippisi. en ior wie iree uook oh .iomcrnoon. au- tlrcss llie Jiradlield Kegulator Co., 206 I.amar Bldsr., jor I Remedy " FREE BOOK 1 x """. rcteml for Expectant .Mothor Personal and Social Mesdames John Woner and J. C. and Miss Elizabeth Hunn were in Louisville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab Orchard, were in Louisville Tuesday. Miss Ritchie, who has been the guest of Mrs. Logan McCall, returned1 to her home in Indiana Tuesday "Reynolds - morning. Mrs. Ellen Hiatt returned to her home near Brodhead, Wednesday after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Mullins here. Miss May Phelps, of Richmond, who has been the guest of Mrs. R. C. Hocker, left Thursday for "Washington D. C, where she will make a delightful visit. Miss Esther Burch spent Wednesday at Crab Orchard. Clarence Tate., went to the East End hunting Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Davis and little daughter Dorothy, have been the guests of relatives and friends at Parksville. Miss Bettie Paxton and Miss Belle Denny are the guests of Mrs. W. P. Givens, near Shelby City. Mrs. G. W. Cabell returned from Lebanon Junction Wednesday morning, after a visit to her dauehters there. Mrs. John B. Ne'vuis and children, of Lebanon Junction, came Wednesday for a visit to his mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Joe Hayden and Miss Bettie Hay- j den, of Danville, were over Monday to see their uncle, Col. Joseph Cof- fey, who is considerably improved. ! I DISTRESSING RHEUMATISM owe their condition to neglected or incorrect treatment! It is the exact combination of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil with glycerine and hypophosphites as contained in How many people, crippled and lame from rheumatism, 5 COn S EMULSION that has made Scott's famous for relieving rheumatism when other treatments have utterly failed. If you are a rheumatism sufferer, or feel its first symptoms, start on Scott's Emulsion at once. IT MAY BE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED. Scott & Bowse, BIooiafield,N. J. 16S Keep the School Children Warm and Their Feet Dry ; -- We Have- - 10c, 15c, 2St Mittens; at..:....:.:.:ii::: Sport Sets, cap "and scarf, 50c 75c, $1 Union SuitS:..:.....:.,:ri...:......i...,25c and 5j0p; Extra good Hose, heavy and fine riM " bed at . L Stocking Caps' .;.;..:;LV...:;25c and 50c .......l...L..15c and 25cl t : All Leather School Shoes without the advah' a. " Buy now! . -- . Tom Phillips was in Lexington Tuesday. ,. After a long period of suffering with liver and bowel trouble that Richard Cobb was in Richmond the brought on piles, during which she first of the week. tried many remedies without obtainMrs. J. W. Acey was in Lancaster ing relief, Mrs. Mary J. Jewell, of the first of the week. Berrien Springs, Mich., heard of Dr Mrs. E. C. Walton has returned f Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and obtain from Harrodsburg, whei;e she was the ed a, bottle from her druggist, lhis guest of relatives and' friends. jmple, inexpensive laxative compound t brought almost immediate relief and Miss Katherine Anderson left last Mrs. Jewell wrote to Dr. Caldwell week for Mayfield, where she will have a photography establishment. feeding steers that averaged about about her case. In her letter Mr. Jewell says: "I Mrs'. R. H. Bronaugh, of Crab' Or- 800 pounds, at 6 cents a pound. George D. Boone bought three hogs had tried so mnny things for the piles chard, is the guest of Miss Nancy Yeager. of Sam Zwahlen, that weighed 1,007 without being helped at all, I had about given up hope of ever being its action, bringing relief in an easy, beeji at home j pounds at 8 2 cents a pound. Mr any William Pepples has better. I knew it was the condi- natural way, without griping, or other Boone also bought 23 head of hogs from Covington for several days with tion of my bowels that caused them pain or discomfort. from various parties at 7.1-- 2 cents a relatives and friends. Druggists everywhere sell Dr. and after I had taken a bottle of pound. Mrs. R. G. Hampton came up your Syrup Pepsin I knew it was Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for fifty Milledge-villD. O. Lewis, this side of from Lebanon Junction Thursday for sold to J. H. Baughman, near just the medicine I needed. I am cents a bottle. To avoid imitations and a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sine. totalled very grateful to you for sending me ineffective substitutes be sure you Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Walter and Danville, five steers thatpound and the little book the advice and in- get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See 2,500 pounds, at 6 cents a Miss Annie Milburn, were the guests four ' structions it gives would teach any- that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's of Mr. Walter's sister. Mrs. W. T. 5 4 that averaged 750 pounds, at one how to get well and how to keep signature and his portrait appear on cents a pound: Williams at Lexington Tuesday. the yellow carton in which the bottle Wallace Wesley brought a pair of well." Mr. and Mrs. H. C. LeC'ompte and' Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a is packed. A trial bottle, free of ma-mules to iowr. little daughters, and Mr. and Mrs.. court day for Mat Wells of the Way- combination of simple laxative herbs charge, can be obtained by writing Moore, of Frankfort, were the guests nesburg section and traded them to a with pepsin, free from opiate or nar- to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 4go WashingSunday of Mrs. A. P. Hunn. cotic drugs, and is mild and gentle in ton St., Monticello, Illinois. Deputy Sheriff W. S. Drye, who party for a sorrel mare and $250 to boot. has been confined to his room for S. T. Roberts, of several days on account of a deep sold his mare mulesouth hereStanford, Monday colt cold is thought to be better. To H. to a Tennessee party for-S7Mr. and Mrs. Albert Creech, of the C:' Baughman, cashier of the First NaHubble section, are the proud parents tional Bank, Mr. Roberts sold a nice of twin girls. The misses have been bull calf for $25. , named Bessie and Ressie. r J. Lee Murphy, of Hedgeville, Hugh Noe and family have moved, sold Frank Robinson, of Danville, into their new home on Lancaster work mules for his recently vacated by Kelly J. Francis, a couple of aged last week. One was shipment south, who moved to the Hocker property a female and sold for $175 arid the on bomerset street. Alfred and Ulmon Eads, of Shelby other a horse&and he brought $90. , Rigsby, of Preamers-villeThompson county were here a short time of the sold to Hockaday Dunn, of first of the week en route to Wayne Richmond here Monday 10 steers county to spend several days on a that averaged 700 nounds, at 6 2 hunting trip. W. H. Higgins left the first of the cents a pound; to W. B. Turley, of week for Richmond, Va., to visit his Richmond, they sold one steer for son, Dr. Harry Higgins and family. $38.35; to G. W. Burnside of Garrard Tangerines or kid glove oranges, 25c, 30c doz. bull at 6 cents. Mr. Higgins will visit his daughter: a Andy Gooch, on the Somerset pike Mrs. R. T. Fewell in Rock Hill, S. C, steer here Monday ....,.:.. 10c, 3 for 25c sold a Grape Fruit before returning home. to J. H. Baughman, near Danville, Mrs. J. C. Lynn has returned from Louisville, where she, accompanied her at 6 4 cents a pound; to T. W. Apples, per peck 30c, 35c and 40c sister, Mrs. Walter W. Saunders to Jones, he delivered five steer calves Mr. Gooch bought a the Norton Infirmary. Mrs. Saunders at $25 a head. calves to feed, from Lemons, per dozen is doing very nicely her host of rela- bunch of nine 20c and 25c tives and friends will be glad to know. different parties at an average of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Will S. $23 a head.up To make the load of mules that JUST RECEIVED fresh shelled nuts, curEmbry are receiving the congratula he took to Tolula, Louisiana, Frank tions of their many friends upon the Robinson, of Boyle, had B. G. Fox, of O 111 vn rants, raisins, candied cherries, pineapples, rtrt ux a uwuuiuj 141 n uauKiit-cutile lmi nlifnw ; -" ... . , J '!,;, oo ,anA f "" -- 7 in their home. The little miss arrived good "c southern mules, which ran in orange peels and everything goes into Wednesday evening. She has been s. ages from four- - to Mary Rebecca. named They cost from $125 to $172. Mr. fruit cake. : Robinson bought the nucleus of a load at Richmond court day and engaged Mr. Fox to complete it for him. C. R. Martin, of Danville, was on the court day market here Monday. He sold to Wm. Thurmond, of Danville, a dozen steers that averaged 875 pounds at 6 4 cents a pound; Phone 261 Stanford, Ky. to Simon Weil, of Lexington, nine 1,000-poun- d cattle at 6 4 head, of cents a pound; to Solomon VanMeter of Lexington, he sold half a dozen weanling calves at $30 a head: to Whitehouse and Johnson, of Danville, he sold 20 hogs that averaged 200 "pounds at 9 cents a pound. Vegetables, Celery Fresh Fruits, Cranberries and Grape Frut,,i Farm For Sale : Try a package of our Welmet CofBALL BAND AND HIPRESS piece of chiaa fee and get a nice Located in Lincoln county, Kenware with each package; steel cut tucky at Bowen Station, six miles two from None Better or whole; We haVe qpenicVnaVr I from Danville, from pike andJunction a quarmile pound. City, half mile from good school.. It, 2 cents a beans at 12 ter of a Eraporated fruit now in stock. consists of about 75 acres, part in' ' Oarlbest Flour, at $1.25 per sack. woods; good fences and house. Owner will be on or near place from the 15 ..We, WVie that .good country until 30th. Call ind see me. Try a pound of our Oleonaargaruie Will show. you around place. For in- -, '. Crab Orchard, Kentucky at "25c "and 30c a 'pound. Sor-- 1 formation after this' month if n6t gauss in''6ngallen bucket .at .p$e. S .jsold, address Mrs. Chas. 'Lease Rice, with tumbler, at 2$e-- pack- - Plainsville, ill. call or write u. J5. want to buy or K.UgV tl Tresenriter, 'if-yo-meet you atvplace any age. "breakfast Food Crumble's, Corn Flake), Wheat rent and will Greensburg, Ky. 91 Biscuits, Post Toastiek, Rolled time, address Oats, Rice, Apricots 'and Prtfnes, Flake Hominy, Cracked Hominy We appreciate your business Jkrid deliver promptly. Our telephone number is 219 call. u .up when you need good, fresh, clean goods. 1-- 5 mules for $300. M. H. Plummer sold to Wm. two calves for $50. Mr. also bought two calves from Bryant Plummer for $34. George Sutton, of the East End, bought from Jones & Cress, here Monday 11 steers that averaged alou C50 pounds, at 6 ce.its a pound. B. G. Fox, of Danville, sold to Poor Bros., of Jessamine county, last week 35 mule colts, most of them females, at $65 a head. Shel Oatts, of Danville, bought here Monday from a Mr. Dudderar, a couple of steers, averaging about GOO pounds, at 6 4 cents a pound. iW. H. Boone, south of Stanford, sold a horse mule colt here Monday to B. G. Fox, for $60; to J. D. White-hous- e, on the Danville pike, he sold another, for $40. A. F. Edwards, near Crab Orchard, picked up seven head of licht slorpers here Monday that averaged about oOO pounds at o 2 cents a pound. Thompson & Rigsby, of the East End, sold to Dr. J. F. Peyton, here Mon.day, a bunch of 14 steers, that averaged 700 pounds, at 6 2 cents a pound. M. F. Eubanks, near Waynesburg, sold to a German farmer named Hal-lislast week five hogs that averaged 100 pounds at 7 2 cents a pound. Robbins & Bailey, of the ' East End, sold to J. T. Rigsby, of the Preacheraville section, five steers that totalled 2,610 pounds at 5 2 cents a pound. Shel Oatts, of. Danville, sold to Ike Shelby, of the Shelby City section, last week, 40 head of steers that averaged about 650 pounds at ' 6 4 cents a pound. J. D. Whitehouse, of Danville, sold to Wilson Alexander, of the Hubble section, last we"ek 60 head of Mc-Gui- re Mc-Gui- re 3-1-1-- No Alum No Phosphate J. E. Robinson, of Garrard, purchased 30 feeding cattle here Monday, from T. W. Jones at 6 2 cents a pound. They averaged close to 1,000 pounds. B. G. Fox, of Danville, shipped to C. A. Wright, at Columbia, Tenn., last week 47 head of mule colts that he picked up from various parties. They were not to'ppy animals, though that was what Mr. Wright wanted. Mr. Fox found the markets all over 1-- The barn on the farm of Sharp Ransdall, near Salvisa, Mercer county, was destroyed by fire last week. Three mules, a lot of hay, corn and harness, and one thousand pounds of tobacco were consumed with the building. No insurance. In Mercer county O. W. Lester has sold his farm of 200 acres, near Perryville, to William Rankin for $15,000. H. T. Ison bought 64 acres this section about cleaned of the best of land near Burgin from Joseph grade of mule colts. He sold them Sallee for $5,000. Mr. Ison bought a to the Tennessee buyer at $75.81 a fancy saddle mare from Lewis Lew-r- y, head. of Jessamine cjnnty, for t1Z0. Hope Almost Abandoned When She Found Remedy DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN RELIEVES CHRONIC CASE OF LONG STANDING. ! h, 1-- Til 0W N. 3-- 1-- 2 1-- e, 3-- three-yeai--o- ld e Domestic and Tropical (, x' A :t 1-- FRUITS that that 5.20-pou- nd 760-pou- nd 3-- " ttnii 1 - 1- 1 -- seven-year-old- Good things E. B. CAMPBELL ::::::: to eat at the New Store! -- 3-- 1-- Rubber Footwear ji v 1-- -- -- I..! of-"No- W--- E. PERKINS, FOR a u -- EEajSjB Heaters, Stoves, Rang Tongs, Lard Cans, Etc., See Us and Save Money 6 REME8YFORMEN.ll Coal Hoe's, Grate Guards Shovels and t Severaixe and Son . T Yfl'jr DRUGGIST. masterA 4 , 20-Ye- ar - STANFORD, KY. ,...-..... - in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan fee charged. Phone or Write FARM LOANS ,D. ....,..: .J . -- A. THOMAS 'an'caster, Ky.". . - GEORGE H. FARRIS i V ,- "if ift.ni"-- yrA9jA; STire."...ivC-.'.4- j, r " r. -- ,' v. - i -- , ; t -- . . , .. Mfy Page Six The Interior Journal, Sta nford, Kentucky Friday, November 17, Parlor Grove Rev. J. Fagaly and wife, of Warm, Okla., are holding a meeting here, which will continue this week. There have been two additions to the church up to Sunday. Mrs. Calvin Greer and children spent last week with her parents on Buck Creek. Mr. Ed Leach has moved to the 1916. GRIFFON CLOTHING You will know you have on the Correct Dress if you have a "Griffon" Suit or Overcoat these are the season's newest. .- - LW& Henderson Goff farm. Mrs. David Walls and Miss Rachel Jones were visitors in Casey county one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webb spent Sun- -' day last with T. G. Bennett and family. Mr. Ira Roberts, of Cininnati, has been visiting her parents near here. Mr. James Mullins is serving on 'M Crossett Shoes for men. The Selby Shoe for ladies. "Sally Walker" and Walton Shoes for misses. 1 Our Shoe stock is the est in town. No advance in prices. larg- I f Come and get something new. n l 2 j ; . vr ..' i ' I . iyr If t ?F h4 i'j -- iij r It? k"' r BSR.iorjsaaTSS'iorri'nTr" special talk on "The Educative Value Middleburs of Play." It showed that a great deal can be taught in the games and the Forest fires raged on the knob No. teacher's place is on the play ground north of Liberty last week, and did Harris' Creek Neal's Creek On Hallowe'en evening, Class doing his instructive work as well as Moreland Christian Sunday it is in the school room. The point great damage to the forest. The rain 4, of the Hurrah for Wilson. The men of this place are putting School, was entertained by their A young democrat arrived by the ; down tobacco getting ready to strip as playing "jail" was came Thursday and put a quietus on that such teacher, Mrs. B. P. Shewmaker. The shown to games a tendency to lower the flames greatly to the relief of stork route at the home of Mr. and after this rain. If everybody had a. have decorated, the house was beautifully Mrs. W. S. Benedict Monday night fine crop of tobacco like Uncle Dink and to be degrad- tohse living within their path. dining room being especially attrac- the child's ideals should be an athe-let- e Doubtless Hughes now feels like about 8:30. He arrived just in time Farmer and James Kirk they sure centerpiece, ing. The teacher tive. The table hadvas a would have tobacco to be proud of. to vote for Wilson. and take part .in the the dog that dropped the substance and a large pumpkin, which was surround- games atinstruct all times. "How 10 Teach ana snapped at the shadow. Anyway Miss Lucile Young was the guest of Moving seems to be the order of leaves. The ed by a circle of autumn by he does not seem to have realized the day. George Lee Gaddis has mov- Miss Chloe Farmer Sunday. rest of the rooms were a perfect Physiology" was next discussed the that a "bird in the hand is worth Mr. Hopkins. He showed that Mrs. John Hutchison was the guest ed to Moreland and Jasper Gaddis bower of autumn leaves and golden adopted text book is different in the two in the bush." Some men will ing. has moved back to the old home place. of Mrs. Jack Terry Friday. rod. A delicious supper was served, instruction of anatomy, but well learn by experience only and Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton digWhile Uncle Dink consisting of oysters, cheese, pickles, takes up hygiene. An important point has shown very clearly tht he is one and Mr. Keith Padgett and sister, iur. anu lurs. jonn xviounce write ging a cellar at his Farmer wasplace old home crackers, coffee and salads .followed Miss Anna, of Waynesburg, spent that they are well satisfied at their he found the bones of the iirst game was that the of that class. home in Williamsburg. by cakes and ices. After supper for- that was brought out kept in a sanibe Roosevelt in one chicken he ever owned. The chicken dur one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. new tunes were told, an excellent fortune school room should condition and try ing the campaign isof his tirades have M. J. Morgan. Mr. J. S. Rice will leave Saturday had been buried there 55 years. tary and healthful reported to secured for the Bow-lanteller having been Mr. Will Bell and family, of for Chattanooga, Tenn., where he Misses Ida and Ada Floyd were the occasion. A very strange thing hap- to cultivate a taste in the children saida that he nelighted in taking part were recent visitors of W. C. will spend the winter. in guests of Miss Mamie Lewis last cleanliness everywhere. not as the corpse. funeral, but during the fortune telling. It for pened t; 'jo a double funeral Bell and wife. Hobson took dinner Mr. Ambrose Wilson and Mr. Chas. week. The last and most important sub- There was Miss Virginia Dinwiddie'.-- ; turn Mr. Harvey on hand now, and if Teddy Roosevelt Rothwell are working with a signal A. E. Grimes spent Sunday with to and the prediction of her future was ject that was discussed was "How by and Charles Evasion Hughes are not Sunday with Mr. Arthur Saunders at gang at Lexington. Uncle Dink Farmer. Agriculture and its Value," progressing beautifully when a knock Teach the home of his parents. Kirk John Feistritzer, of Cincinnati is weMi's. James to say.is on the sick list was heard at the door. Need the Prof. S. S. Robinson. He started out the corpses then we are woefully Mr. T. G. Bennett, daughter, Mrs. are sorry by saying that the farmers are to mistaken. writer state that the visitor was Mr. granddaughter, visiting homefolks. Katie Morris and Ed Walton Farmer spent Sunday The earlv reports of the election Margery, were Stanford Mrs. John Wilson, of Sand Knob John Kilgallin. Mr. J. E. Whiteneck feed the world and that something visitors will have to be done to reap better were not of a nature to exhilerate Monday, spending the day with Mr. section, is said to be very ill with with Joe Kirk. also considered himself a member of a large crowd from There was pneumonia. the girl's class for the evening. Miss- results from their labor.If it cannot Democrats, and the Republican were Bruce Fagaly and family. Highland to attend the singinjr at be done in the schools the farmers unsparingly in their efforts to make Miss Hallie Wilson and Vernon es Mabel McClure, Oneita and Elsie Mr. R. E. Horton has moved to Shewmaker, Lelia Jones and Minelle should organize a farmers club and us feel just as uncomfortable as pos- the D. S. Jefferies house, vacated by Scott, of Shelby's Branch, were mar- this place. Raines is the guest of Mrs. Jim of teaching the ried at Hustonville a few days ago. Pruitt furnished some music, but the have a scientific way things studied: sible, but our time came by and by, Mr. Ed. Leach. and we realize the truthfulness of Their many friends of this place ex- her daughter, Mrs. Taylor Roberts. most attractive feature in the music subject and these Rev. Godbey, of King's Mountain, Mrs. W. W. Farmer and son, Geo. the old adage that "he laughs best took dinner Sunday with Mr. J. C. tend hearty congratulations. was a duet by Messrs. B. P. Shew- First Analysis of soil: Second Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benedict, of were the guests of her mother Satand J. E. Whiteneck, whi.--h Selection of seed; Third Germina-- J who laughs last." maker Hundley and family. W. F. Martin whose illness we men Bowen, have moved to the house re- urday. urns n nlnnsant. surprise even to the tion of seeds; Four Rotation of! Alfred and Elmer Willis and Leocently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. John members of the class. The music was j crops; Fifth Proper raising of stock. tioned in these columns some weeks Hcad-Of- f Cough That nard Ball, of Stanford, spent Saturcan- - Most of the country schoolteachers since died Thursday morning at an Mounce. followed by a candy pulling, the Mr. John Wilson is building a new day with Dink Farmer, Jr. dy being made by Moreland's famous are incompetent to teach agriculture early hour. The burial took place At the first sign of sore throat, Miss Laura Floyd, of Maywood. if they had the means to do with. The Friday afternoon in the family bury- tight chest or stuffed-u- p head take a house on the Trattler property. candy maker, Miss Mabel McClure. spent Friday night with Miss Effie Walter McElfresh is building a new The class as well as the two visitors subject is hard to teach if some ing ground after funeral services by dose of Dr. Bell's Farmer. soothing honey house. voted the affair a great success and scientific device is not provided for. Rev. Bagby, pastor of the Methodist The healing pine-ta- r, George and Ed Farmer of this secRev. and Mrs. H. M. Shouse, of Mrs. Shewmaker the jolliest hostess The organization of farm clubs and church here. Deceased was about 55 and glycerine quickly relieve the corn contests are very valuable. His years of age. A member of the Bap- congestion, loosen the phlegm and Danville, have been the recent guests tion attended the pie supper at and the best Sunday School teacher Highland Friday night. address was well made and enjoyed tist church and had done service for break up your cold. Dr. Bell's of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice. to he had. The meeting held at this place by by all. The last thing on the program the United States in the Philippines. Miss Allie Owens is clerking in W. Divisof has all the benefits The Teachers' Association of Thursday Rev. Robertson closed ion No. 4, met at the Bellevue School was a song "Stand Up For Jesus." He leaves besides a wife, two sisters, the healing aroma from a pine forest S. Benedict's store for a few days. Your correspondent is spending night. a The teachers present were: Misses and other relatives to mourn his loss. it is pleasant to take and antiseptic. Saturday afternoon, Nov. 4th, and Lucien Young has bought of S. J. The formula on the bottle tells why most of her time in Danville so don't very pleasing and instructive pro- Elizabeth Peavyhouse, Stella Peck, The Apostles Were The Only out. Prof. Moser, Mamie Yancie, Mabel McClure, Mary Elliott the cottage opposite the mill, it relieves colds and coughs. At your have much time to write. gram was Mack Ashbacker, of Danville, Fishermen Whose Word Is Acceptthe chairman in a very capable man- Peavyhouse and Miss Foley and Prof. and Mr. Elliott bought Mrs. Belle Druggist, 25c. spent Sunday with his parents here. ed As Gospel Truth. Luke M'Luke. ner introduced the speakers. At first S. S. Robinson, Jack Reeves, R. H. Lawhorn's property at Yosemite, in"America" was very enthusiastically Hopkins, Russell Thompson, W. B. cluding her stock of jroods. This is M'KINNEY W. C. T. U. sung, then Rev. Hankenbury, the new Moser. A number of enthusiastic the prettiest business location in that present and altogether town and it is understood Mr. Elliott pastor of the Methodist church con- patrons were The McKinney W. C. T. U. met at paid $2,000 for the lot, aside from the hospitable home of Mrs. Edgar ducted the devotional exercises in had a great meeting. Mr. Russell Thompson, of Kings the stock of goods. Mrs. Lawhorn has Reynolds Thursday afternoon and such a manner that all were benefited to a high degree, then Prof. Moser Mountain was the week end guest of not decided fully what she will do, held one of its most interesting meet-ings.but will likely move to Somerset, gave a hearty welcome to the visitci's Prof. Moser. the close of the social hour son, on behalf of the Moreland people and Marvelins Tucker has been where her Mrs. Jason Lawhorn is in delightful refreshments were served. Miss Lawhorn has been a Misses Margaret Beck and Margery was responded to by Mr. Reaves, who absent from school for several days business. hostess. made excellent remarks. account of illnes of her mother. familiar' figure at Yosemite, having Cockings assisted the popularto on order The meeting was called The first subject, "Discipline and She is improving at present, all will done a profitable mercantile business there for more than 20 years, and has bv our local president, Miss Mancie Order," was to have been discussed be glad to know. many friends who regret to see her Ware. Devotional exercises were conby Miss Sadie Baughman and owing The children have been practising to the fact that she had to be abpent this week on an entertainment that and Miss Bessie leave. ducted by Mrs. Sarah Dayton. Songs, 'Some Glad Day," and "God Bless our Miss Mabel McClure read a splendid Cause," were sung by Mjss Margery paper on the su'iect that Miss Baugh- is to be given at the Methodist church Breaks A Cold In Sunday evening. It is under the Cockings at the piano. After the man had so graciously prepared This auspices of the "Missionary Band" was scripture lesson. Mrs. Sallic Grider is a very important subject and desirable Just a Few Hours led in prayer. Song, "Will You Vote well treated. Prof." Robinson gave a and will be aEveryone entertainment, is invited. to attend. to Make Us Free?" After which Mrs. A quiet and odd way has been Lelia Cook gave an instructive and taken up by the larger pupils to se- 'Pape's Cold Compound" Ends interesting talk.The president then Keep Liver Active cure a clock for their room. They took charge of the business meeting Grippe Misery Don't Stay soon sold ten dollars worth of "Lee's and plans were made for a Matron's and Bowels Clean Manufacturing goods" and will get a Silver Medal contest to be held some Stuffed Up! beautiful eight day clock as a pretime in November. With "Cascarets" mium. Many devices are used when Our union was cordially invited to children are enthusiastic and want You can end grippe and break up hold next regular meeting at the pretjuS"" school a severe cold either in head, chest, ty country home of Mrs. R. S. an attractive and body or limbs, by taking a 'dose of Scudder. Leader, Mrs. Lutie Gooch. Best When Bilious, Sick, Headachy, room. Messer is very ill at "Pape's Cold Compound" every two Meeting was closed with a prayer by Little Grace Constipated, or For Bad Breath Mrs. Lelia Cook. Visitors present 1 her home on the Stanford pik with hours until tlu-- doses are taken. It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos- were, Mrs. Lelia Cook, of Stanford, pneumonia. We have much hope for or Sour Stomach trils and air passages in the head, Mrs. J. S. Mobley, Mrs. R. H. Met-cal- f, her speedy recovery. Some one had little fun Hallo- stops nasty discharge or nose run- gery Misses Margaret Beck and MarBe cheerful! Clean up inside to- ween night, when athey ning, relieves sick headache, dullness, Coc ings. night and feel fine. Take Cascarets school house and moved broke in the feerishness, sore throat, sneezing, Our u' ion is pressing on to greatthings about to liven your liver and clean the bow- somewhat and we hope that they en- soreness and stiffness. er things. We have ten departments stop headaches, a bad cold, joyed themselves. els and Quit blow- of work and our president is having Don't stay stuf fed-ubiliousness, offensive breath, coated ing and snuffling Ease your throb- the superintendent of the various detongue, sallowness, sour stomach and bing head nothing else in the world partments to take charge of the proWill Cut A Few More Throats gases. Tonight take a Cascaret and gives such prompt relief as "Pape's gram of their department at regular enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and General Carranza declares that Cold Compound," which costs only meetings. May the God of love and bowel cleansing you ever experienc- social and industrial conditions in 25 cents at any drug store. It acts mercy continue to lead and guide STANFORD, KY. Phone No. 153 ed. Wake up feeling grand Every- Mexico are rapidly approaching the without assistance, tastes nice and till our nation is freed from the body's doing it. Cascarets best laxa- normal, whatever that may mean. causes no inconvenience. Be sure you liquor traffic. Mrs. Sarah Dayton, 91-- 1 91-- 1 Minneapolis Tribune. get the genuine. Supt. Press. Dept. tive for children also. Moreland. northern part of Kentucky, has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jasper Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Curtis, of spent Sunday week with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reynolds and little girl of Waynesburg, visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sims. Mrs. Jane Hill and granddaughter, Mrs. Eliza May and daughtei, Mr. Leander May and son of Eubank, visited Mr. Richard Webb and family one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Morgan and baby were week end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton of Waynesburg, Mr. V. C. Bell has returned from a visit with his children and grandchildren in Harrison county. Mr. F. N. Eubanks and family spent Sunday last with Mr. Millard Padgett and family, of Waynesburg. Mr Arthur Sanders it aa home after several weeks spent in Jessamine county. Mrs. Willie Horton is still confined to her bed by illness. The railroaders remained home from Saturday until Tuesday on account of the election. Mr. and Mrs. H. Goff spent one night last week at the home of Mr. Arch Meade. Miss Flora Leach spent Sunday with Miss Rena Webb. Mr. John Wesley Smith and daughter spent one day last week with M. J. Morgan and wife. Mrs. W. C. Bell is visiting her daughter at Centerburg. Several friends and neighbors enjoyed a singing at the home of W. F. Sims Saturday evening of last week. Mr. R. E. Horton is buying aload of hogs for shipment to the Cincinnati markets. There was an all day meeting at Pai'lor Grove Sunday, with dinner on the grounds. Rev. Fagaly preached morning and night and his wife gave an earnest talk in the afternoon. Rev. L. R. Godbey, of King' Mountain, was and assisted in the meet Way-nesbur- g, pi-ese- week. Mr. John Wesley Smith from the the petit jury at Stanford. Mr. Arch Meade is suffering from a tumor on the brain and is in a bad condition according to last reports. Mr. George Cornette, who has the R. E. Horton farm, moved to his new home Tuesday of last years, the most successful Trappers and Collectors of Raw Furs in your vicinity have been shipping their entire collections to m. You too. can secure the highest maiKet prices ior ycur skins by sending them here as New York is now the Wcrld'r Greatest Raw Fur Market. Write today . . for our Free price list and shipping uns. tainseng Golden Seal J We are the larsest dealers m Ginsen? in iht Umvd Vrr no commission. J pay fohest prices. Write fcr price Ibu qt, c A inOR and j MVID BLUSTEIN & BRO. pur-chasc- ed Ffel J j rnaTOS4:u.igiEagssai33rrrTrTT'nj I 5 I I i xv i I MS R ; : he car of another make. More than 900,000 now in use everywhere. This could not be if the Ford car had not, and was not proving its superiority every day, in all parts of the world. The sturdy, lightweight, economical Ford car, useful to everybody, saving money for everybody at a price within the reach of everybody. Runabout $345; Touring Car $380; Tow nCar $595, f. o. b. Detroit. A Ford on the road for every s ; I 'I 1 I i! : I i !p H. C. ANDERSON Ford Agent for Lincoln County Storage, Repairs, Tirer, Accessories Phone 203 kZ3rxr73c.""r: a.a.'rj.iiui-e.'jjL. a Hi I t" i ; i d, All-Wint- ! er Pine-Tar-Hon- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey cai-rie- d At Phon N For Your I up-to-da- te e e have a nice supply of Straight Creek and Denr ham Block Coal on hand can fill your order ai pfmpily p! NORTHCOTT & TUDOR V ; .: j The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, November 17, 1916 Lyne have been engaged in business in the town for the past 12 years, and by their courteous manners and popularity, coupled with efficiency, they have won a most substantial trade Page Seven v HERE5STHEHOG k3m&M8mmm&b vAfAfxeffic&j&.&m'tiBG SEifc iLv?-TfrfsoJQ- s CRAB ORCHARD One of Pioneer Towns of the State, and Busy Capita of East End. II AKa tmm, mm, 6m&&mm,.. fr7.. 'jfStff ' 5flyS V' ,n "3SSt (By J. G. Claiborne.) Crab Orchard, the historic town of .C?i m -- 1 Kil WtSMWl BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. Kncioscd fiad photo of hoc that was cured of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Remedy. This hoc was almost dead before ysinff the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tail. etc. The hog is owned by ilr. Skiles Ewingr. of Bowling Green, Ky. He wil! be slad to give you a testimonial, and we can get several more if you want them. JENKIXS-SUBLETDRUG CO., Bowling Green, Ky, T Ask Your Druggist for It. Sold By THE PENNY DRUG STORE E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS VACCINATE AnI am prepared to vaccinateallforother thrax, Black Leg, and tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Stanford, Ky. Phone 204. WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. "Woodstock line No. J. M. REYNOLDS Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. X.eaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Sundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS. ProDrietor Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-29, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 DR. R. E. TAYLOR, Graduate of the Cincinnati VeterinVeterinary Surgeon and Dentiit. Carter & Carter's Stable. Phone 5. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ary College. CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting smd Building of any sort Houses, Earns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. 1". W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 with the town. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. A more beautiful location for a The high dollar at your sale all the city could not be found in the whole time and at lowest price; sales country; and here it is that nature cried anywhere. sends up from the depths of the Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense earth the most healing waters yet discovered by man. STANFORD-DANVILLPASSEN- ingThe town has been steadily growfor some years and is a good subGER SERVICE stantial town, with about four miles Lv. (Hotels) Stanford 9 a.m. 3 p.m. of cement side walks, fine streets, Lv. (Hotels) Danville 10 a.m. 4 p.m. two new roads now in course of construction leading to the towns of (Dailv except Sundav) Round-tri- p One fare $1.00 $1.25 Brodhead and Stanford. It has a numPackages delivered at reasonable ber of stores, all doing a good busirates. Rates for other trips on appli- ness and stocked with desirable and lines of goods; a flour and cation at St. Asaph Hotel office or STANFORD SERVICE STATION meal mill; bottling works and other enterprises that are factors in the dePhone 300 Somerset street velopment of a town or community. A new passenger station is being constructed, and which will be. completed in about 30 days. It is the DENTIST home of the Crab Orchard SanitaMondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays rium, which is a benefactor to hunat Crab Orchard dreds of people from all parts of the Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays country who are constantly inmates at Stanford here. There are two churches in the Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding town, Baptist and Christian churches a splendid graded school and everything else to make it an ideal place D. M. in which to live and carry on busiM. ness pursuits. It is situated in the heart of one of the finest agriculturVeterinary Surgeon al sections of Kentucky, while timber Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College abounds on the hills and mountains (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) close by. The lands could be utilized Office. Fan-iStable most profitably for vegetable growKentucky ing. No better location on the globe Danville, could be selected for the establishment of a business college. Other enJOHN B. HIGGINS terprises would thrive here, as the distance to Dix river is less than one an external application this salve half mile. As Here resides subdues inflammation and relieves hospitable and some of the best, most aristocratic families in short for any and all pain in the state. It used to be the mecca whether afflicting man or of hundreds of wealthy southern beast, requiring a direct external ap- planters who spent their summers in plication either to allay inflammation the village drinking the health givor soothe pain and heal. Cannot be ing mineral waters that abound so excelled harmless. Sold and made plentifully, and in such variety E up-to-da- CAPT. AM BOURNE this section of Kentucky derived its name from the crab apple thickets that formerly covered the home of world-fame- d and original Crab Orchard Salts which has been the means of introducing the town to thousands of people throughout the land that possibly, otherwise would not know today that such a place existed. Yet the town itself is deserving of all the praise that it has received at the hands of those who have once visited here and become better acquainted with her genial, wholesome people: the ideal surroundings and the de- ngniiui climatic conditions that exists here the year around. in Lincoln countv, on the Knoxville branch of the L. & N. railroad, 139 milei south of Cincinnati and 115 from Louisville, it is easily accessible from al! points. It is great summer resort in particulara and noted especially for its great variety of mineral waters which have been a boon to many a ?ufferer, restoring health and vigor to those of impaired health. Years before the civil war, Crab Orchard was the of all business of Lincoln county. Men of great wealth and influence resided here, and business was conducted on a large scale. People from the r.ear-b- y towns would come hero when they found it necessary to raise money. It was an influential community in those days as it is today. The first settlers of the stale selecon the site of this town in preference to all others. Among the well known and prominent pioneers might be mentioned Humbers, Guests, Roberts, Holmes, Colliers, Stephen'oons, Penningtons, and others. The oldest brick house in the state, built by William Whitlr-v-, ctands today in perfect state of preservation, about 2 miles from town. Col. Whitley was a pioneer, coming to Ken- tucny irom Virgiania in the year 1783, and selected the Crab Orchard section as the most desirable in which to live. He soon began the work of erecting his mansion, for it was a mansion in those days, built of the best material and constructed in such unique fashion that it was considered to be impregnable against the attacks of the Indians, who were numerous in the state and section at that time. The walls, ceiling and mantels are all d and decorated in most elaborate and tasteful manner. The "hidden cellar" is one of the many interesting features of the old house, and was the means of saving many lives from the tomahawk and scalping knife of the red man in those days of adventure. The hospitality of the old settler was one of his conspicuous characteristics, for everyone in the neighborhood was welcome at all times to his home, and especially did they seek his protection when the word was passed that the Indians were pre- piinng to maiie a ram. livery man, woman and child would flee to the old Whitley home for safety. From here the red men could be watched and often driven away. But in the event the whites were outnumbered and a massacre seemed inevitable, the hidden cellar was sought and occupied until all danger was over. The first race track ever built in Kentucky was constructed just across the road from the old Whitley house. It was known as Sportsmens' Hill. From Crab Orchard one gets a glimpse in the distance of the blue outlines of the Cumberland mountains. It was through here that Daniel Boone frequently passed; it was here that Raccoon John Smith preached his earliest sermons. Many other notable features are connected hand-carve- are: J. H. Collier, president; W. E. Perkins, vice president; H. G. Skiles, cashier and T. H. isronaugh, assistant cashier. The first cashier of this banking corporation was Mr. Wr. M. Morris, who served faithfully for some time. He was succeeded by J. C. Bailey, who served satisfactorily until about eighteen months ago when, in turn he was succeeded htf the present incumbent, Mr. H. G. Skiles. Mr. Skiles was born in Shelby county and reared in Owen, coming to Crab Orchard in the month of March 1915", and since that time he has been identified with the town's development in every way possible. He is a live, aggressive and esteemed citizen who knows the banking business in its every detail. And it may be.added that it has been largely through his popularity and efficient management (hat the bank has attained its unprecedented growth in the last twelve months. This bank is in a flourishing condition and its sound business methods are appreciated by the cltfceiw of the town and community. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS A recount of the attractions and industries of Crab Orchard would be incomplete without special mention of Crab Orchard Springs, the magnificent hotel and sanitarium, under personal management and direction head. The officers they stand high-ithe estimation of everyone who knows them and have occasion, from time to time, to patronize a banking institution, where every accommodation consistent with sounding banking, is extended, and every courtesy granted its patrons. The capital of this bank is $15,000 with a surplus of $1,500. A notable feature of this bank is that its deposits increased from $50,000 to $70,000 within the last year, a most remarkable showing and which reflects credit on the officials who are at its n CRAB ORCHARD BANKING CO. The thrift and influence of a town is invariably indicated by the bank, or banks, that are conducted therein. No better index can be used in judging the community as one of enterprise and progress or, reversed conditions. In the Crab Orchard Banking Company the town has an enterprise that is all that could be required of a modern banking house. It is solid, it is well managed, it employs all modern facilities and is a credit to the town, as well as its officials. Starting business in the month of January 1903, it has shown a decided growth ever since, and is patronized exclusively by the citizens throughout the entire section. The personnel of its officers is the very best and among the best and most particular people of the community. This store is stocked with a complete line of drugs and chemicals of all kinds, as well as proprietary remedies of every description. Here is where the Vinol and Tanlac remedies are sold, as well as the pharmaceutical lines of Wyeth and Parke, Davis & Co. Messrs. Lyne are both registered pharmacists by examination, and have had long experience in the drug business. They make a specialty of compounding prescriptions, and those who patronize them can rest satisfied that their physician's instructions will be carefully guarded and only the purest and freshest drugs used, something that cannot be .said about all men engaged in the drug business. While brothers in the flesh, and partners in business, yet they are widely separated politically. Mr. George B. Lyne is an enthusiastic democrat, while Mr. Thos. B. Lyne is a "red hot" republican. The former is a well known and prominent secret order man of Crab Ohchard and a corresponding member of the Y. M. C. A. The latter is the "show man" about town. He is always called on to take part in all amateur plays that are gotten up of whatever nature. Both are exceedingly popular and 3 deserve the success they have attained in business. DR. W. J. EDMISTON An institution that is of great worth to the citizens of the Crab Orchard and surrounding section, is Dr. W. J. Edmiston's Sanitorium, successor to the Spitler and Epsom Hill Sanitoriums. Dr. Edmiston is a Lincoln county man, having been born and reared in the town of Crab Orchard. He is, therefore, well known throughout this entire section where he has a score of friends and patients. H is a graduate of the University of Louisville in the practice of materia medica, having received his diploma in the year 1S95. Since that time he has practiced his profession continuously making many successful cures as a surgeon and medical pi'actitioner. A skilled and competent physician is indispensible in any community, and Crab Orchard naturally feels proud of the fact that she raised, educated and graduated from one of the best colleges in the countrv. a physician and surgeon of Dr. Edmis ton s reputation and efficiency. And it may be said without fear of contradiction, that there are few cities in the country that can boast of having as completely equipped a sanitorium, although on p small scale, it may be admitted as the one owned and conducted by Dr. Edmiston. The establishment is equipped for the treatment of all classes of eases suitable to institutional attention, especially those of epilepsy, neurasthenia (or nervousness), asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, rheumatism, cholera and chronic affections of all kinds. Especial emphasis may be made upon dietetics, baths, massage and other dinatural methods of seases without the use of drugs, however, serum treatment is available and drugs are used when necessary and also the services of a skilled surgeon when required. The bath department is neat and splendidly equipped and affords baths of every variety, including steam, shower, sitz, tub, needle, percussion, douche, plunge, filiform douche, affusion and others. In addition to being a medical practitioner. Dr. Edmiston is also a No. 56 200 acre farm; 4 room residence, porches, etc; small new barn; also old barn and two log houses on the place; two splendid orchards; good springs; well fenced and about 75 acres bottom land; this place faces the road for about a mile and can be easily divided into two or even three small farms. A pike will soon be built through this section. Price $4,000. Terms one third cash and balance in one and two years. No. 44 242 2 acre farm; 1 2 mile from one of the best towns in central Kentucky and only two miles from good railrDad station; right on pike and in graded school district. All in grass except 42 acres. There is one hundred acres of splendid blue grass sod on this farm and about one hundred acres in timothy meadow and orchard grass. No better watered farm in the State. Fencing good. Has large two story frame residence, tenant house, large barns, etc. This land will grow anything you put on it, there being no better blue grass in tne State. It is an ideal stock farm, magnificent home, splendid community and in the richest part of acre. the county. Price $100 down and balance in three years. 3 Land all around this farm selling at $110 to $125 per acre. This is the cheapest farm in the county. 1-1-- operating this property, for the past 'J i'ear,s; or more The :own of Crab Jrchard has become better known and more widely advertised to the world, through and by .his :nihistrv than anyth'r.? i)?p fr.r .,.,.c guests come here from all parts of ...; i.uiu m the the entire summer, drinking the health-givin- g waters that nature sends forth so abundantlv tn nnv i, ;n r mankind. The hotel is conducted .in the American plan rnd its ouildiiirc arc the largest of the kinl n, Kentucky Its capacity is reckoned at 300; vet many times during the season it has not been an occurrence to find from 400 to (500 guests registered. The hotel is a brick structure, costing upwards of $100,000. and three airy and commodious frame n-i- o ?i the i? B- - WiIHs who has bt;en at head of the company owing and f pr 1-- rn-r- No. 141 50 acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well watered; good neighborhood; close j school and church; Price $1500.00. extending th full length vWy room ha. newly renovated and provided with hot and cold running water and steam heated Everything has been done to make the stav of guests Pleasant restful and beneficial. Adjoining the spacious hotel grounds is a large farm and model dairy, "thus lnsurintr throughout the year a bountiful supply of vegetables and pure milk. The culinary department is a found in anv city. KL as,ca" beand springs are Ihe hotel far enoud, removed from the business and bustle of the town and railroads to make it an ideal restful resort. Long distance phone, telegraph express offices are maintained and on the premises. A tennis court, swim- buildings with wide Ink-onie- s ming te W. W. BURGIN John Casey, V. s BOTANIC SALVE ure boats for the guest; autoes, saddle horses and everv form of exercise and recreation can be had at Crab Orchard Springs. The ball room is one of the finest with music by special orchestra. A special and distinctive feature is the bath department which is in perfect harmony with the general excellence of the rest of the establishment. Baths are given under medical supervision by a corps of trained attendants They consists of Turkish, steam, electric and shower. The medicinal properties of the waters are unexcelled. There are six springs-Amer- ican epsom, salt, sulphur, magnesia and chalybeate waters. Special attention is given guests suffering from rheumatism and the serum treatment has been used derful results. The sulphur with wonand Orchard waters are especiallv Crab for all kinds of stomach troublesgood being a general tonic and blood nunfier; the field magnesia springs for female trouble. The genuine com-foiof this hotel, the curative qualities of nature's own waters, and the pleasures and amusements afforded. e"f t,makG Crab Orchard the ideal surrounding country is inspiration to the artist or lover an of nature while the lake attracts those inclined to fishing and boating. 1 he hotel is open the year around. etc" a letter forni J. ' CS?a-tions- ' secretary and treasurer, will receive prompt atten- be-sibes pool (70x30 feet), va four-acr- e lake, 18 feet in depth with pleas- of chiropractic and He has met with great success in giving chiropractic adjustments, as there are many cases that cannot be reached through administering drugs. This is where the chiropractic practice come in and is serving so effectively and restoring many to health and vigor after trying all other methods of relief. Many of his patients have been permanently cured who had given up all hope of ever being well again. Chiropractic is not an experiment, but is a tried and proven science, or profession, that is doing untold good to humanity. Have Dr. Edmiston to give yoj one of his adjustments, if you are a sufferer of whatever nature, and you will never have occasion to regret it. hydro-theroph- doctor y. No. 143 151 acre farm five miles from 1-- Aid The Kidneys Stanford Sufferers Should Take No stock barn, 36x70; cistein, springs and ponds; about 100 acres in grass; balance in cultivation; orchard of 75 trees; all buildings and fence in good shape; close to good school and church; this farm is located in the best farming section of the county. Price $70.00 per acre, 3 down and balance in 1, 2 ana 3 years. 1-- county; one house of five rooms and two porches; the other house is 1 2 story of fjvfi rooms; tcbacco and Stanford; in the best part of the Further Risk Why will people continue to suffer r.gonies of kidney complaint, backache, urinary disorders, lameness, headaches, languor, why allow themselves to become chronic invalids, when a tested ramedy is offered the No. 145 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford: two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; newly painted and prpered; barn 50x60; failing cistern and four never springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence One third good. Price $10,500.00. down and balance in one two and three years. ts sulphur, iron, magnesia, salts and others of equal medicinal value. They would come with their families and Box 25c. servants in carriages and spend the entire summer. . Jb ROOKKErtPING Crab Orchard offers advantages that few townsman. &0 ..Busfiiess.PhoMgraphy If you W l xr.cw.Kix inland cation a are looking forina better lobetter town which to TELEGRAPHY wfTiTTTrii vuiTHiiisiHrssnniiFiE live and engage in business Crab Ort chard should appeal to you. The op'.inc. man... t! tviwre I.I y. t,BiTrrwt I. Mrfinir, in mercantile Its President has rears of experience educating 20,000 portunities are here. and banking business, also 40 rears Crab Orchard citizens invite you young mon and women for success,. JsWEnter now. Addnst WIE.BUK R. SHTTB, IexlBaTten, Ky. they will welcome you. by John B. Higgins, Stanford, Ky. LYNE BROS., DRUG STORE ijZSf .atvW ! establishment in Crab Mrs. Camden had. Foster-Mil-buorchard stands out more conspicuCo., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 91-- 1 ously for its worth to the community than the drug store of Lyne Bros. It is a credit to the town and its proR. M. NEWLAND prietors, and is being patronized by the citizens to the exclusion of other Headquarters for Best P alike Pnlnrnricnt. XU1 :j. patrons inave i i. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ' can 1WS iound thac they always get the Stanford, Ky. uvou ouu ncsuesfc goous wnen tney Phone 168 and 45. come from this firm. The Messrs. of Office rn No retail Stanford, says: "I suffered intensely from kidney complaint and when I stooped, I could hardly straighten. Dark spots often floated before my eyes and my head pained me until I y.as almost crazy. A neighbor told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and I got a box. They helped me from the first and I am now free from kidney complaint." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy Set Doan's Kidney Pills the same-tha- Doan's Kidney Pills have been used in kidney trouble over 50 years, have been tested in thousands of cases. If you have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney diseases, act now, for gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease may set in and make neglect dangerous. Can Stanford residents demand more convincing proof than the followin? Amelia Camden, Preachersville, them? t hughes & Mccarty REAL ESTATE Stanford, - - Kentucky -.- L f viu, Pagfe' Eight fhe Interipr Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, November . "v? . 17, 1916. ! The prices quoted in this advertisement are lower than the same quality of goods can be purchased at any other time this year, so come well prepared to lay in your entire winter's supply for all the family. This sale offers opportunities for economical clothes buying which no man or woman can afford to overlook. We urge you to attend this sale as early as possible first comers get best selection The Hub is Central Kentucky's greatest store. Our enormous stock and low prices will demonstrate beyond all question of a doubt that we stand supreme in value giving. Distributed throughout every department will be special bargain items of small lots of goods that space will not permit us to list. Look for them as they are extra special bargain items of desirable merchandise. : : : : : THE HUB, Pushin Bros., ANNUAL NOVEMBER SALE m Sensational Bargain in Millinery, Pattern and BEGINS Men's and Boys Winter Underwear Reduced Men's best $1.25 ribbed union suits, sale price 95c Men's best $1.50 union suits, reduced Men's best $2.00 union suits, reduced to $1.50 Extra special quality of men's ribbed shirts or drawers 50c Boy's best 75c quality ribbed or fleeced w.'nter union s'nts, reduced to 50c Men's and boys' winter sweaters, reduced to 50c Extra heavy good quality men's and boy's sweaters, reduced to. ..$1.25 $5.00 men's and boys' extra Shaker, sweaters, reduced to $3.45 Finest $7.00 and $8.00 sweaters, re- duced to $5.95 all-wo- ol Trimmed Hats One table of more than 50 silk velvet trimmed hats and fine untrim-me- d shapes sold up to $5.00, reduced to $1.95 $5.00 and $0.00 trimmed hats $2.75 $7.00 and .$8.00 trimmed hats, reduced to $3.98 $10.00 and $12.00 pattern hats, during this sale $5.00 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 And Continues for Two Weeks at Central Kentucky's Most Progressive Store Finest imported pattern hats and Gage and Fisk hats, sold up to $18.00, reduced for this Novem$6.50 and $7.50 ber sale to EXTRA SPECIAL More than 10 dozen untrimmed silk velvet hats in a variety of shapes, sold up to $2.50, reduced to $1.00 Misses and children's hats reduced to 50c, 98c, $1.50 and $1.95 The Hub, Pushin Bros,, Danville, Ky. Our entire stock including the season's very newest and best ready-to-weclothing for Men, Women and Children in an almost endless variety of styles, colors, fabrics and sizes will be placed on sale at remarkable price reductions. You save big money by attending this sale. AH Ready-Mad- e Clothing Greatly Reduced for this November Sale ar Fifty doz-- n mous Pari; City dress shirts, very special for the November Sale, 95c men's newest style fa- Men's and Boys Caps Reduced Men's best $2.00 hats, reduced now to $1.45 Men's and young men's $2.00 hats, $1.95 November sale price Extra special values in John B. Stetson hats, for men and young men $3.50 and $4.00 at Best Men's and Young Men's Suits Hundreds of the newest and smartest models in blues, greys, browns, and green mixture worsteds and blue serges, pencil and pin stripes, s, checks and d effects. In fact, a style, color and fabric to please the most exacting patron is here for your choosing, and our superlative service is at your calling to properly fit and please you. Note, the reductions. $14.00 and $15.00 men's and young men's all wool suits, reduced now over-palidtwo-tone- Men's and boy's winter fur band caps, extra special 45c Men's and young men's fall and win.95c ter $1.50 caps, reduced to Charming Waists For Suit or Dressy Wear Reduced Crepe de Chene, Georgette Crepes, etc. Up to $1.50 washable voiles and plain madras waists on sale at 95c Present value $2.98 all silk Crepe de Chene waists, reduced to $1.95 $4.00 and $5.00 all silk Crepe de Chene and Georgette crepe waists, reduced to $2.98 Up to $0.00 tailored and dress waists reduced to $3.75 Finest waists reduced to $4.95 EXTRA SPECIAL 10 dozen pure silk taffeta petticoats, reduced to $2.95 SPECIAL NOTICE! MAIL ORDERS BROMPTLY FILLED FOR ANY MERCHANDISE LISTED IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT. SEND CHECK OR POST OFFICE MONEY ORDER AND GOODS WILL BE SENT PARCELS POST OR EXPRESS PREPAID. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SERVICE DURING THIS BIG SALE! ;:s Unheard of Values inJVomen's & Misses' NEWEST FALL SUITS suits, of pure Poplins, Gabardines, Serges, Broadcloths and Velours, modeled in the newest belted flare and Norfolk styles,' with large self and velvet collars, plain tailored and handsomely trimmed. Suits for all sizes and types of women, from the miss size up to the large women of slender bust measure, in all the newest shades of the season, includ-- . ing several shades of blues, browns, greens, plums, burgandy and black. Note the extraordinary bonafide price reductions: 55-inch SMART FALL AND WINTER COATS Appropriate for Every Occasion. More than 500 of the newest and handsomest coats, of Velours, Broadcloths, Vicunas, Suede Cloths, Mixtures, Plaids, Silk Velours, and Silk Plushes in loose, flaring and belted models, with large cape collars and luxurious fur trimmings sizes and models becoming and suitable for all types and figures at substantial price reductions. mixture, plaid and cloth coats, reduced Up to $12.00, all-wo- ol, all-wo- ol and voung men's suits. November sale price .$12.50 Newest and best $20.00 high grade men's and young men's suits, reduced to $14.50 $22.00 and $25.00 very best suits, for men and young men, reduced to $16.50 r" to $16.50 all-wo- ol $10.00 finely tailored men's Our stock comprises more thanGOO of the season's newest Special Offerings From Dry Goods and Dress Goods Dept. I Forty-inc- h and $20.00 suits, reduced to and $25.00 suits, reduced to 1 and $30.00suits, reduced to to suits, reduced r..si .";. Finest suits in the house, reduced to These suits formerly sold at $39.50 and $45.00. $18.00 $22.50 $27.50 $35.00 $11.50 $14.50 $17.50 $19.50j $25.00rj " - I Values u t??3.00 per yard. Over twenty pieTelTpj" and fancy plaids and checked areas goods, values at 75c yard. Very special 45c during this sale, per yard Over" 100 pieces of nevest fall dress all the leading shades, per yard 98c Over 100 pieces of all kinds of silks, including plain shades, taffetas, messalines, satins, fancy plaids a,jn" striped patterns, at 59c, 85c, 98c, $V0 an $185 per yard. in silk poplins, Boys' Suits and Overcoats Reduced Bring the boy to this great store and fit him in one to $7.50 Up to $15.00 good looking and splendid wearing coats, reduced to $9.75 $12.50 $18.00 and $20.00 handsome cloth coats reduced to Up to $25.00 luxuriously fur trimmed coats $14.50 Up to $30.00 velour and silk plush coats, reduced to $17.50 Very fine $35.00 cloth and silk plush coats, reduced to....$19.50 $40.00 and $45.00 rich silk plush and velotir coats, reduced to i: .$25.00 Very finest silk plush coats, handsomely fur and mole trimmed, reduced to $35.00 These coats formerly sold up to $59.50. WOMEN'S AND MISSES COATS, $5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL coats for At this price we have on sale about 50 women and misses in this season's styles, sport and long coats of mixtures and plaids that sold up to $12.00. all-wo- ol I and "Rochester Special," highest grade hand tailored suits for men and young men reduced to $18.50 and $22.50 One lot of about 50 men's and young men's suits, broken lines, but all sizes in the lot, that sold up to $12.50; special to close out in this sale $7.50 Men's corduroy and heavy kersey suits, especially adapted for outdoor use. Special values at $7.50 $8.50 and $9.75 Ten to twenty per cent reduction on all men's and young men's odd pants during this sale. Our stock includes hundreds of pairs of all wool cassimere, worsteds, kerseys and cordurovs. "Adler-Rocheste- Fashionable Serge and Silk Dresses Reduced Our entire stock of nearly 200 of the most fashionable newest fall dresses, of dlks and serge combinations, in the newest pleated and belted styles, braid, embroidery snd beaded trimmed at most unusual reductions. Included are extra large sizes for rfcouz women. Tlu prices are now of our handsome newest style fall suits and overcoats. Double breasted Norfolk and pinch back suits for boys of 7 to 18 year sizes, junior suits for the little fellows, 3 to 8 year sizes; Russian, belted and pinch overcoats for boys from 3 to 18 year sizes. $3.50 boys Norfolk suits reduced $5.00 boys Norfolk and corduroy suits, reduced to knickerbocker suits, reduced to Up to $7.00 Fine $10.00 boys suits, reduced to Finest boys suits that sold up to $13.50, reduced to mackinaw coats, ages 8 to 17 years Boys Boys Overcoats reduced to $2.85, $3.75, $4.75, $6.50, all-wool Dainty Apparel for Little Folks Reduced to $1.98, $2.75, $3.95, $5.00, $6.50, $8.50 These coats are splendid values at $3.00 to $12.00. Daintily trimmed all wool serge dresses, for girls, 6 to 14 year sizes, at $1.98, $2.98, $3.75, $5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL Several hundred fast color washable percale and gingham school dresses for girls, 2 to 6 and 8 to 14 year sizes, extraordinary values, at 50c and 98c ;nh..nid ntid bookfold chaviots, guaranteed fast colors, worth 15c per yard, special 11 l-2c all-wo- ol $2.50 $3.75 $4.75 $6.75 $9.75 $4.50 $8.50 Fashionable coats and dresses for little girls from 2 to 6 and 8 to 14 years. Hundreds of newest coats of plushes, corduroys, Zobalines, chinchillas, velours and mixtures, reduced $4.95, $7.50, $9.75 $12.50, $17.50 Men's and Young Men's Overcoats all wool overcoatsre-duce- d $13.50 and $15.00 men's and young men's to ,"T"i Up to $18.00 high grade all wool overcoats and balmaroonsre" duced to very fine overcoats for men and young men, $20.00 and $22.00 i.au during this November sale young men's West grade $16.50, $18.50 and $22.50 for men's and very cream of the product hand tailored overcoats, that is the and "Rochesterof American wholesale tailors. "Adler-Rochester" Central Kentucky's Greatest Shoe Store Thousands of pairs of the famous "Queen Quality," "Irving Drew," Scheiffele" and other representative makes of shoes for wo"Ground Gripper," "Medimen, misses and children. "Walk-Over,cal Shoe," "W. L. Douglas" and "Weyenberg" shoes for men and boys. Come in and let our expert fitters properly and comfortably ," UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS -- on- fit you. Newest fall styles "Queen Quality" shoes for women and misess now $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 $10.00 $5.50 and $6.50 for men's and young men's $8.00 and coloring ot in several of the best patterns and mackinaws, the season. ...$2.85 Boy's best raincoats, with hats to match water-proo- f raincoats Men's extra heavy double texture, guaranteed $5.00 light or dark shades, reduced to $10.00 grade $15.00 raincoats, reduced to Men's highest $7.75 Men's best $10.00 raincoats, reduced to all-wo- ol -Special" highest grade garments are included at this price. Women's and misses guaranteed dependable shoes at $2.00, $2.50 . $3.00 and shoes for All the newest styles, shapes and leathers, in "Walk-Ovei- " men $3.50 to $6.00 $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 "W. L. Douglas" famous shoes for men Special values in boy's good shoes, at $1.95, $2.50, $2.85, $3.50 All rubber footwear, including men's rubber boots, felt boots, heavy and women's overs, -- at special prices during articles, light-ovethis November Sale. rs RUGS, LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, CURTAINS, DRAPERIES, COMFORTS, BLANKETS, LAP AND BUGGY ROBES, Etc. Third Floor $2.50 quality extra heavy and large size woolknap blankets, reduced to $1.85 plaid woolknap blankets, reduced to $3.00 and $3.50 quality $2.35 blankets, white, grey and plaid combinations, reduced $7.00 to $4.85 Heavy cotton filled comforts, special values at $1.75, $2.45 and $2.95 9x12 room size Brussel rugs, in a variety of patterns, special values at $1 6.50 $25.00 9x12 Brussel rugs, November price . $18.50 Several beautiful patterns in 9x12 Smith's Axminster rugs at $22.50 $35.00 very fine Smith's, Axminster rugs, reduced to $27.50 any of these large rugs at speA large stock of small rugs, cial values of $.45, $1.75, $2.50, $3.75 and $4.98 all-wo- ol to'lch THE HUB, Pushin Brothers, Danville, Ky. fr?A ri1