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ON NO. 17 Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914 TW4 Tapr Step WInm Up-- Wtth Tim. iIm DtM OB Label and Renew PrcmpHf. Ymt V wi 'v. V' ' TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS &. 'I' te l?i .A 'f If Hfc. t t El, c rJ -- J vcntion of infection eye diseases, wa EMMETT GOOD RECOVERS MANY MULES DIE FROM Cumberland Rtrer Appropriation CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL m FISH AND GAME BILL made a special order of business for Washington, Feb. 26. A rcjwrt of DAMAGES AGAINST Q. 4 C. DAMAGED ENSILAGE Friday. AT PREACHERSVILLE IS YOUR NAME WRITTEN Q the House Rivers and Harbors ComF. C. Greene served notice on the leed' of A'mtndmenti Poured In and THERE? Gels Verdict For .$7,300 For Injuries-- Mr Causing Great Financial Lots to West mittee today goes into detail in con Closed With Interesting Spelling Match Fi,h and Game Committee that he Friends of Measure Kill It Got- O nection with the recently authorized t. Wm. Emmttt Adjudged InEnd Farmers Veterinariei Fail would today call out his bill abolishOn Friday Evening Ree. J. M. Honor Roll of Thoe Who improvement of the upper Cumberland tip of Legislature Other Court News ing the Fish and Game Commission line Hii lutvn Paid Their Subscription!) Give Relief Rogers Called at Pastor from Carthage, Tenn., to Burnside, and the office held by Executive Agent, To 1 ho I. J. Since The Editor Ky. it declares ,that the appropriation Frankfort, Ky.. Feb. 27 The hard-e- t Ward. The case of Emmctt Good against v Hns been in Frnnkfort. Hustonville, Feb. 26. Preachersvilc, Feb. 26 of $340,000 in the current bill is initial fight ii tlie House this week came thr Q, & C, railroad, in which the forThe Prcachersillc J. K Raughman, one of our largest to the total expenditures of $4,500,000. Consolidated Tuesday o,vcr n change in the fight mer was seeking damages for injuries tf In the Senate Tuesday, Senator R. stock dealers in thi end of the county The report point nut that the river school closed on Friday last. The feaand name lawn. Among the feature If. Scott's measure known as the Finn sustained while in the employe of the has lot in the past few days seven and harbor act of HS6 originally ture for the afternoon work wa an led Foster of the hill was a clause for the pro- Failroad Dill which extended the pow- - railroad company was in progress as W. M. King. head of valuable mules, which have Hall. the improvement, but the act elegant spelling match in which the tection of the the I. J went to press with its Tues- Mrs. M. E. Ferrell. M. E. Young. animal, cts ol the State ailroad Commission W. P. Richardson. R. K. been fed on damaged ensilage, which i of 1907 eliminated all locks and dam entire scliool participated. Messrs. J. foxei, during: certain period day's issue. This case was decided in Mrs. Joie Rancy. wa S. H. Caldwell. killed atfer being reported is causing considerable uneasiness between Carthage and Burnside, a M, Cress, Menifee Elmore, Cyrtu of the year. Thi is claute which va favor of the plaintiff, with the jury Mrs. John Young. A. G. Coffey. by the Senate a was also among stock raisers of this section and policy reversed this year by the auth- Johnson and B. I. Blankenship "lined Cleveland Hon me. J. T, Carson. heartily favored by the fox hunters all the measure prohibiting the operation awarding a verdict to the amount of Mrs. up" with the pupils. Prof. Hntchins other adjoining sections. There seems orization of the entire work. Jrsie Stagg. W. H. Murphy. over the state. A Mood of amendments of a freight train $7,500. of more than sixty W D. Hutchinson. J. II. Murphy. "gave out" the words. After an to be no relief for them. At times they exwa poured in by the member, howev-r- r, C. J. Sipple, of London, brought suit Mrs. H. L. Hlack. J. i!. Camcnisch. cart and the bill providing that no two seem to get better and look like get MRS JOSEPH THOMPSON DIES cellent and interesting "bee" was over, and the measure was to completely members of the Hoard of Trustees against fames McCormack, of Mrs. C. A. Redd. W. U. Wearen. of ting well when all at once they turn the last named gentlemen, Blankenship emasculated that It own friends voted the Kentucky Normal and asking- for damage to the sum J. J. Thompson. John Hall Industrial for the worse and toon die. Mr. At Somerset, Remains Brought U. Freeman. .1. S. Oake to indefinitely postpone it by the time Institute (colored) of $10,1 JO, because of a criminal prose F. To and Johnson, who were the last ones shall be from the Haughman has several more that are Jatnc McHcc. S J. Hurrh. left standing on their respective sides, the vote on the various amendment cution, brought against him in 1912, Waynesburg Other News same County. H. P. Jones. II. ,. Uryc, sick and it is hard to tell just what agreed to call it a draw on account of were adopted. One Amendment which accusing him of false swearing and for- Mrs. A. P. Grigsbv. - P. Peck. will be the outcome to those still svas adopted. One amendment which . Wayneshurg, Feb. 26. the lateness of the hour. Then the W, C. Hays. Jesse Walter. Senator J. T. Tunis, of Lexington, gery. Mr, Sipple wa cleared of those J. P Jesse. alive. He had vcterinaries from Lex M. H. Snow. quail for the next two year. Mrs. Joe Thompson died at her home teachers, Profs. Johnson and Hutchin ton on charges at the time. It was shown by lias introduced a bill appropriating ington with them last week, but every- in Somerset, Tuesday morning, J. W. Rice. A clause in the bill provided for a F'eb, made short talks after several of the the evidence that the former case wa Mrs. V. A. Rice. $V).000 for the erection ol a ward Henry Jackson. J. A. Dudderar. thing that was given them for relief 24, aged 29 years. She patron had expresed their approbadoled season on rabbits but this wa building and dining-roobrought by court officials uon was a daughapRichard Coffey. I'. VonAllman. at the lias-ter- n seemed to do them harm. They try ter of Mr. and Mrs. tion of the manner in which the school stricken out before the bill was finally C. Truslv. J. G. Singleton, of State Hospital for the Insane, ac- parently clar evidence and not by ma- J. II. Newell. to eat and drink all the time they are this place and betides these she is had been conducted. The talks made Alex William. W. If. Leach. beaten. Representative Sauflcy, Far-r- companied by providing licious motive of Mr. McCormack. The J. W. Hughes. a resolution sick but cannot swallow anything at survived by her husband and D R. Moore. Mount and Smith voted for and one son by patrons were short, sensible and t for an investigation of the institution, court gave peremptory instructions to S. J. Tatcm. George Hunn. all. He ha moved them to other barn seven years of age; one brother, the point. Rev. Win. McC. Hutchin y ngalnst amendments to the bill which the jury to find for the defendant. Hdmond Simpson. W. M. Poynter. Senator Tunis announcing that thi to sec if any change will help and I. Singleton and two sisters, they believed their constituents desirMrs. was also present and made a short and Mrs, Wm. Emmctt, of Moreland, James Dychousc C. Traylor. was offered at the request of the using all means to break up the epi- Walter Walker, of Somerset ed. After the bill wa W. D. Nave. indefinitely and Mis appropriate talk on the advantages of of the institution. A similar was brought into court Thursday on a W. M. Owen. demic, if it proves to be such. The Lena Singleton of this place. She unit- education. A bountiful treat of candv Mahala Sims J. ti. Foff. postponed, a bill was introduced in the bill lunacy charge. F.vidcnce was producwa offered in the House bj Roy R. If. loss is very heavy, as they would have ed with Double Springs Baptist church was distributed amongst both pupils Jack Pollard. senate by Senator Charle F. Mont- S. Wilson. ed showing that she was of unsound Owsley McAninch. Ncvvland. J. - B. Coffey. sold on an average of $125 per head. at the age of 15, and lived a consistent and visitors. Quite a number of ladies gomery, of Casey, and in the house by R. R. Gentry. The bill creating the State Text mind. She wa ordered to Lakeland Wallace Farmer. Mr. C. M. Back has lost two nice Christian Representative life. Shawlcr, of Hardin, Hook The remains were were present. Several of those patasylmi by Judge Hardin. Alford Swopc. Joe Phelps. Commission was reported, favor mules also from same cause and has brought to the home of her for the protection of anifather rons who were seemingly interested The case of the Commonwealth Mrs. L. P. Andrew. Henry Fields. ably by the Senate Committee on Fdu. a horse that is still in bad condition Tuesday and after funeral services S. T. Rice. Sttiie Long. for mals. against S. J. Fmbrv, Jr., charging him at in our school were consnicuou cation after Senator J. F. Ford had H. Routenberg. Gco'ge Bright. from same cause. The trouble seem the church at 1 P. M Wednesday by their absence on this pleasant occasion. A dramatic episode occurred during offered with fraud in connection with the pri F. W. Crcighton. H. F. Lewis. a motion calling upon the com to be from silage fed out of the wood- Rev. R.A. Barnes, they were laid to At the business meeting SatT debate over the measure, when HepredeA. G. Spoonamore. A. II. McKinnev. H. mary election of August 1912, was mittee for it. Senator Charles the brethren of the Baptist church vol en silo in this section. No one has had rest in the Waynesburg !vL Hill. (ireen rising to a question of Knight, Cordier. F. sentative cemetery. J. chairman of the committee, cided this morning. After ten minute J. anv loss where the concrete silo feed Much sympathy K. M. Carpenter. is felt for the be- ed to call Rev. J. M. Rogers, of Doth-apersonal privilege his face red with a Jonc Hammond.. deflated there had never been any in- of deliberation the jury rendered J. A. Hammonds. been used. Ga., now a student at the Baptist lus Cicero Reynolds. reaved ones in iheir hour of trouble. anger, demanded to know by what tention to hold up the measure W. D. Baxter and verdict of not guilty. Quite a lot of farmers around here Chi:kenpox is still raging in thi Theological Seminary at Louisville, as J. W. Wheeldon. right J. Qttincy Ward, State Fish and declared he felt R. F. Campbell. that he had been treatbad their cattle to go on a stampede secticn. their pastor for this year. The call Harlan W.-l-l. Game Commissioner, could come onto ed with Hud Hank News of the Churches discourtcy by some of the last week during the crusted snow. Stckes Bros., Wyatt Smith Mi Iilsie Singleton returned from was made unanimous. There were 5 the. House floor and lobby for a bill At the Methodist church next SunSenators, whereupon Senator Ford with They became excited by the breaking Danville Sunday after spending several votes cast and both young and old were J. C. Hays. J. 15. Simpson. tmder consideration by members. the consent of the Senate, withdrew day, the regular Services will be held. of the snow tinder their feed. They days with relatives. out in goodly numbers. The occasion G. C Dunn. T. II Singleton. "I Mr Ward in the House?" asked hi motion. The Sunday school meets at 9J0 A. M. broke into a run and went over fences Simon Pctrey. G. M. Grear. Mrs. D. W. Caldwell and Miss Maud resembled a reunion more than an elecSpeaker Terrill, at 10.45 P. M. The in a full run. They kept it up until Caldwell arc ill at this writing. tion. "t'o sir; but lie stuck hi head in Senator W. A. Frost's bill, which League meets at 0:15 P. M. folthey were out of tunning order and Miss Lucy Pettus visited Mr. and Mr. lidward Estes had the misforthe door a moment ago and was talk-in- ? "WHITE SLAVE" LAW VIOLATED passed the upper branch, allowing a lowed by preaching at 7 P. M. then just kept walking. Some of them tune to get hi little finger broken Mr. R. G. Pettns. group of Itcprcsmtative. He to a Rev. C. II. Greer will preach at local option election upon petition of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Pettus visited Harry J Palmer, of Cincinnati, is Ar- had their tongues out and seemed to be while unloading lumber from a car. doesn't have to set more than his head only 25 per cent of the voters of the Kcal's Creek Sunday afternoon at half scared to death. Mr. .1. P. Riffc had Mr, Walter Estc is just recovering Mr and Mrs. B. D. Holtzclaw at Wal-- " n to talk .to member," responded rested In Laurel County entire county, was rejiortcd favorably past two hard work to get his quieted down. from an attack of measles. init Flat. fireenc. Services at the Presbyterian church ill thr House. This bill ilinid'J livr Miss Jennie B. Ray spent Sunday Pitnville, Ky, Feb. 2(1. A warrant They are looking bad vet from the efMr. ami Mr, Duward Singleton are Speaker Tcrrili then order the doorSunday, March 1st. Sunday school 9.30 easy sailing in the House, wa sworn out here last night under fect and he says that it witl take a visiting relatives at this place before with homefolks at Judsoii. keeper to see that no our got in to Monotony of the roll "call for bill A. M. "Trusting in Riches and TrustFount Blankenship, of near Walnut the Mann white slave act ' against month to get them back to where they returning to their home in Danville. communication with any members of in the HuUe Wednesday was broken ing in God" Morning service II o'Harry J. Palmer, ot Cincinnati, by were at the time. Mrs. Jarrett Johnson and children Flat, visited his parent Sunday. the House who wa not entitled to the by the introduction of W. J. Kuh's clock, Ilrothcrhocd at 3 o'clock. Young Miss Ruth Vernon, of 924 West Ninth Mr. J. B. Honaker's cattle went on spent Saturday at D. M. Caldwell's. It is reported that Mr John T. Rlgs-b- y floor. measure to substitute "the Decalogue Peoples' meting at 6..W. "The Love street, Cincinnati, and Miss Jcanctte a stampede the same day by a hired has had an attack of western fever Mrs. Tom Hutchinson, 'of Ludlow, is ersc" John 4.16. Puckett, of Bradford, O. The wararnt nun going to the barn, walking in the visiting her sisters, Mrs. R. V. Bal- for the .last week. No imp'rovement When J. W. Douglas' measure pro- at delivered to Moses on Mt. Sinai by Services at the Baptist church Sun noted in condition of the patient and ua placed in tnc nanus ot ucpmy crusted now that lay on thr 'round lard and Miss Sallit Gooch. viding punishment derogatory the Supreme Lawmaker fyr the Ken- day, subject for "The Person and Mission T. F. Ford. at the time. They made a break ! L'nitcd States Marshal. Mr ar... Mrs. D. W. Caldwell went the many friends of the young man statements affecting the credit of fi- tucky Statutes." the Holy Spirit" John Sunday Thr measure provides that "whereas of The two girls claim that Palmer libcrtv over fences and going to the to Pleasant Point Saturday to see Mrs. fear wc will los"e him. nancial institutions .was taken up W. scliool at 9J0. Young Peoples' meetWoodson Carpenter has returned to brought them from Cincinnati to pasture, where they had been in the hmily Caldwell, who is very ill. T McN'ally, of Louisville, created a there are 4.R0O laws now on the statute ing at 6.15 P. M. Preaching, subject laugh by the' introduction of an amend- hook regulating the conduct between Frankfort in violation of the white habit of running. He had hard work Mr. J. T. Horton and family have Greensburg, Ind., where he will be "Regeneration" John The memthe coming summer. slave act and thence to Danville, where getting them calmed down, from runmoved to King's Mountain. ment providing that the offender be nun and man and whereas such acts bership is urged to be present. All inProf. J. B. Hutchins left yesterday they were deserted. Palmer is said to ning. They never ate anything for sevMiss Bessie Campbell, of Russell "drawn, quartered or electrocuted" for oil account of their number and have caused nun's conduct to- vited. be engaged in the theatrical business eral hours, but kept running until they county visited her cousin, Miss Mary for a visit to relatives at Barbourville. violation. The amendment with one Services at the Christian church ward his fellow-ma- n The aged Mrs. Dickcrson, to deteriorate to living and engaged the girls to sing in the gave out and then kept up a walk. Warrincr, last week. clause making the punishment 20 years Sunday. March 1, Sunday school at 9.30 Misses Irene and Juey Singleton east of here, in Garrard, has been quite at hard labor was voted down and the such a degree that the quotation "Man's preaching at 10.45 and 7.15. C. K. chorus. The girls are at a local board- He finally got on a horse and walking house. Ruth Vern-jand Jeanette ed them to the barn, calling to them, spent Saturday night with Miss Iva ill. bill finally was passed by a vote of A3 inhumanity to man ha caused countless meeting at 630. Morning subject "The Puckett. according to their statements, but could not drive them in until he Gooch. to 19, amended to make violation a thousands to mourn" has become a Living subject, Evening Church" rode in several times on the horse. truth and a reality in the State, now W. P. Givens to Furnish Alfalfa were deserted at Columbia, Ky., Rev. It. A. Barnes preached at the misdemeanor. "Christianity's Hest Test." therefore, Walter F.llis, who was in the mill Baptist church here Sunday morning. Louis Lee Haggin, of Russell Cave J. Palmer. Citizens there sup"He it resolved that all of the law plied them with funds to pay their fare erplosion :it F.llisbtirg, Casey county, Miss Mattic Brown, of Bowen is the Poultry Yards, on the Elmcndorf Farm Di J, N. McCormack offered a resThe Kind of all Laxatives to Danville, where they could appear some time back has bedn spending guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Reynolds. in Fayett county, is the possessor of" a the House providing for an enntaiurd in the Statutes are hereby olution In "efficiency, economy and bttdgett com- repealed and in lieu thereof the folMr. and Mrs. Tolbert Curtis are vis- White Orpington cock for which he For I'onstipution, use Dr. Kind's before United Stat-- : Commissioner W. several days with his father here. He is getting along fine. lowing shall constitute thr laws to New Life Pills. Mr. Kauffman, iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John paid the sum of $5,000. He has other mission" of five, two representative Paul Mntlmlka. of S. Lawwill and secure a warrant. birds of the same strain that cost him Marshal T. J. Ford arrested Palmer the other man, who was so badly hurt Curtis. Miitl'nlo, X. Y., stiys they nre thp named by the Speaker; two SVnators uovern citizens of Kentucky:" "An act against stealing; lying; in- "King of nil laxatives. He at the same time is slowly improving, Mr. Hundley Singleton They arc in Laurel county this morning. has been $t,000 each. Mr. Haggin, among other named by thr President of the Senate and the fifth by the Governor from flicting physical or mental pain; wife si blrvsinp to nil my family and 1 says that unless Palmer can secure but not able to be out yet, and is still suffering very much with a rising on things, feeds his chickens cut alfalfa in a critical condition from the severe his e the neck. W. D. Hayes is carrying the and secures the best quality that money It would be the and child desertion; olitical incon- iilunyt keen n box at home." Get u bond he will be placed in jail awaiting mail on It. F. D. Xo. 4, during his ill- can buy. After looking over many duty of the commission to outline a sistency and ncHtism in public office; ho nnd jiel well again. Prire 'J.'ic. the action of the F'cdcral authorities. bruise he received. W. D. Nave lost a fine work mule ness. crops recently he closed a deal for his plan for a budget system of caring murder and forever disqualifying any- At nil druggi-ds- , or bv mail. v this week, it was supposed from lock one .from again holding public office II. K. lhirklen & Co.. Pli'ilmlt-lptiMiss Mayme Singleton, of Pleasant supply with W. P. Givens, the Lincoln or HANGS HIMSELF WITH HALTER and expendifor Slate appropriation jaw, but on being skinned was found Point is visiting her sisters Mesdamcs county alfalfa man. near Shelby City. or St. Louis. tures. A corrupt practices act, to be (whether apioiutivr and elective it in a bad condition about the neck, C. C. Gooch All the alfalfa fed to his prize birds and Urban Singleton. by the Committee on Suf- whether for pay. .salary or otherwise) n Mihmtttcd A Well Known Farmer, of Near Cor-bicaused from pulling on a heavy rope either during the term or after the exA New School for Perryville Misses Grace Walls and Ada Grif- will be grown by Mr. Givens. For thi frage and Flections not later than Ends His Life a few days before, while he was trying fin, of Pleasant Point, 'I he old public school property on were here Sun- he pays a fancy price, an only the very March I is provided for in a resolution piration of same for which he shall to have it shod. have been elected or appointed. best will suffice, Shelby Sentinel. Danville street in Perryville was sold nflcrcd by I.ilburu Phelps, Republican (itl(rty lacksou, aged 37, a contrac- a good price the He had been offered day evening. 'I tie measure provides a fine rangday before it was fr-to the highest bidder last Saturday tor and builder, committed suicide near Casey and Mussel! Counties, tin" ill. LaGrippe Leaves Its Victims Prostrate resolution reciting that I'reident Wil ing from $1,1X0 to $5,000 for violations afternoon, the purchaser being Prof. his hiiiic at Bailey's three miles from taken Safe For Babies, EfC. C. Carpenter arrived home from except for murder when the punishprice paid for Corbin, by hanging himself to a tree Clarence Adams. The son in conversation witn Some victims of la grippe never fective for Growa-Up- s Florida Monday, much pleased with range from 21 tu 99 'years. the property was $1,200. Prof Adams with James a frw days ago expressed sur- ment shall a horse halter. He left his home Tnr fully recover the health of the lungs, the country and climate as well as the That's Foley's Honey and prise that Kentucky as yet had failed The bill was referred to the Committee will tear the old building down and with his sou to bring some firewood. Compound. It has the confidence nnd peisistent coughing- is weakenon Forestry. erect on the site of it a modern dwell- They had gotten the wood, when the business propositions that are present to adopt a corrupt practice act. of your ilruigist, who knows it will ing. The rpiick action of Foley's ed in that state. Mrs. Jennie Carpening. A lot on which to erect a high father told his son to go to the hoiise. Honey and Tar make it valuable" taw W. W. Ness-mitSanv.it! I.;, kins, deputy warden at school building vwlt W purchased in Ik- - said he would be in in a few min- ter's children are delighted with the .give yon satisfaction. Four measures were passed by the severe la grippe coughs. F. 0. Prevo Stntesborn, Gn., says: "I have country. King Carpenter has purchaswas eletced a more central location It is underlower bouse of the General Assembly the Slate Reformatory, utes. When Jackson failed to appear, ed a tract with part set in used Foley's Honey and Tnr Com. Bedford, Ind., writes: "I.u grippe' Wednesday, while the upper branch Custodian of the State Capitol Wed- stood that the new building will cost his mother, who was visiting him, went 's pound in my- - family und have sold left tnc with a severe cough that orange trees and the remainder is s eontended itself with the passage of but nesday by the Hoard of .Sinking Fund about $5,000. The .structure win be in search of him, and found the body Honey and Tur cured, and I am put in readiness for fruit setting it in my store nnd it never fails to Commissioners, to succeed Thomas erected out of the common school tax dangling from a limb. one bill, that of Senator W. II. Moody, back to ray normal weight." at once. Calvin Carpenter saw euro." Refuse a substitute. fund of the county under the new high affecting the jurisdiction of County and Wiard. of Frankfort, who was appointFor sale by all druggists. Coroner Dozier was called and found For sale by all druggists. fields of 40 acre. that had reschool law. Felice Judges and Magistrates in crim- ed under the last republican administhe following note in Jackson's pocket: cently been sold for $40,000 or $1,000 The change will take place inal court cases. The measure passed tration. Dripping Springs Sold "Nettie Do the best you can. I am per acre in the field the purhcascrs to Former Stanford Man Dies in West Camnitz At Home April 1st. and Mr. Lykins is elected for Dripping Springs, bv the House were a follows; tired of living, having to suffer as I the The Seattle Gazette, of Seattle, summer resort, of this county, whicU Howard Caniniu i .spending a few do." The note was not signed, but gather same himself Permitting the Louisville School four years. Mr. I.ykiuj is from Mor-ga- n .Wash., published an account of the sud- has been owned by Mort Rothwcll, county, and has been an attache at davs with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. was in Jackson's handwriting. Jack-- 1 Hoard to appropriate one cent of the of Official count by Treasury officials den death of Percy W. Rochester, of Lancaster, for a number of tax revenues to the teachers' annuity the Reformatory for six years. He will II. R. Camnitz, on the Lexington road. son is survived tiy lus wife ana six years receive a salary of $1,200. While the Mr. Camnitz has entered into a He had been in bad health shows that 7.465 national banks have Portland, Oregon, who was for many changed hands children. recently when Mr. find. Mr. Rothwetl sold it to to play with the Federal Leagues for oi'ic 'imr OnK a few year aen applied for membership in the F'cdcral j ears the resident of Seattle. Permitting Second Cla.s Cities to Hoard of Prison Commissioners hai John D. Wilson, of provide an annuity fund for teachers. another mouth in which to rliooc De- at Pittsburg the coming season. Dan Jackson's brother accidentally shot reserve system; that eighteen have Rochester was a nromiiicnt business Leslie county. The price is private. being connected with the Port- Mr. Wilson, it is understood Permitting Fourth Class Cities to puty Warden Lykins' successor, Capt. ville Allocate. and killed another brother. But a year notified the committee they will not man. will still charge of make the place George Kaiee, of Elliott county, asadopt thr commission form of governhad elapsed when another brother was apply, and that ten have not been heard land Cement Co,, and had a summer resort. their office at Portland. He leaves a Did Not Buy Farm sistant deputy at the Reformatory, is kilted in a mine accident. The mother from. ment. wife and two children, Mr. Rochester GIRLS! DRAW A The I. J. wa mistaken about J. Frank wife and family arc prostrated Requiring all industrial employers tipped as most likely to be promoted, with MOIST 'I and has was formerly of Stanford BEST LAXATIVE FOR CLOTH THROUGH HAIR to register information regarding em- and J. L. Kitchen, a guard from Car- Smith liuying the Castello farm as grief. , many friends here, who will remember BOWELS "CASCARETS" ploye with the Commissioner of Ag- ter count)-- is talked of for the assis- was stated in last issue. him as a splendid young man. His Try This! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, tant deputyship. riculture. Ireland a Good Salesman Wavy And Beautiful When Constipated, Headachy, Bilious, father was Col. Charles Rochester, of DON'T GIVE UP Stanford, has Prof. J. W. Ireland, of At Once Breath Bad, Stomach this place. He was an uncle of J. W. K. D, Stone's measure providing Mirrors in voting booth and strange Discouraged Citizens Will Find Corn-to- rt been spending a fc days in Danville Sour Rochester, assistant cashier of the fares on all railroads, after a faces in election officer's seats marked Immediate? Yes I in the Experience of a StanCertain that's on business. He is one of the most Lincoln County National Bank. Get a the joy of it. Your hair becomes light, box. bitter wrangle, was made a special or- the city primaries in Chicago, where ford Man wonderful salesmen in the state and Are you keeping your bowels, liver, wavy, fluffy abundant and appears as der of business in the House fo Sat- women voted and many were candisoft, lustrous and beautiful as young Lxperietice is the modern instructor. rarely fails to do business with a and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Horrible Blotches of Eczema urday at 11 o'clock. Hepresentative dates for office. addition to Cascarcts or merely forcing a passagegirl'a after a Danderine hair cleanse, Profit by the experience of others. prospective customer. In Sauflev, Farris and Mount voted to Quiekly cured by Dr. Ilob.son's lust try this moisten a cloth with a It may save your life. a nifty line of talk, Mr. Ireland pos- way every few days with Salts. make the bill a special order, which Pills, Castor Oil or Purgative KVreiua Ointment. C. P. Caldwell, little Danderine and carefully draw it A Winter Cough The experience of friends and neigh- sesses a fine tenor voice. If he is unWaters? bor. places it ahead of other bills on the A Miibhorii, annoying-- , ilejirpH.sing' of New Orlean., La., states: "My through your hair, taking one small able to talk his man into buying, it Stop having a bowel wash day. Let Testimony of Stanford strand at a time. This will cleanse docket. 's cough l.nngs on, tacks the body, the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, Will bring renewed encouragement. is said that the genial professor ren- Cascarcts thoroughly cleanse and reg- doctoi udvised me to try Dr. 1 Kczenm Salve.' used three and in just a few moments you have weakens iw lung, and often leads Here is a rase in print : ders a few selections which always ulate the stomach, remove the sour Matt S. Walton's measure providing to mt'ious and fermenting food and foul gases boxen of Ointment nnd three, cakes doubled the beauty of your hair. A results. The first doso ford, Ky.. saysr "My back was so sore have the desired effect Danville a workingmeii's compensation act was of Dr. King' New Discovery gives I), C. Dyehouse. Whitley Ave., Stan-thtake the excess bile from the liver and of Dr. HobsonV Derma etna Soap. delightful surprise awaits those whose carry out of the system all the con- Today 1 have not a spot anywhere hair ha been neglected or is scraggy, it was hard made a special order for next Tuesday relief, Henry I), Sanders, me around of Cav- for a few days at for time, to gettried evstipated waste matter and Kisous in faded, dry, brittle or thin. I Besides a at 11. o'clock, and the bill of Stanley endish, Yt., wan tlirenti'iu'd on my body and can say I am cured". beautifying the hair, Danderine with erything but did not seem to get anythe bowels disRead This Heed! of Mason County, relating to the will do the- same fur you. A Ca sea ret Its solves every particle of dandruff; will make ou It consumption, after linvitur pneu- thing that would bring me relief until The Texas- Wonder Kiduey cure employment of child lalmr, was recom- monia. They work tiooiliiu, healing, antiseptic action purifies and iuvlgoiatcs the Up writes: ''Dr. King'tt I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at cities diabetes, and nil irregularities feel great by morning. er gripe, sicken will rid yon of all skin humors, scalp, forever stopping itching mitted. 'and New Discovery oughl to bo in every Shugara & Tanner's drug store. They of tint kidnov and bladder in both while you sleep-nevfalling hair, but what will please you ( needed and by the any inconvenience, ami cost or cause proved to be what Dr. Wallis Itailey's bill granting li- family; it is certainly the, best of all time I had finished three lixes, the men und women. If not sold bv your only 10 cents a box from your drug- blackheads, pimples, Kczcma blotch, most will be after a few week's use. censes, respectively, to pharmacists medicines for coughs, colds or hin druggist, will bo sent bv mail on re- gist. Millions of men and women take cs, red unsightly sores, und leave when you see new hair fine and pain in my hack left and I felt better ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two a Cascaret now and then and never skin clean and healthy. Get n box downy at first yes but really new and physicians' who graduated prior to trouble." flood for cuililren'rj eoughx. in every way." seldom fails have Headache, Biliousness, l'A)5 without examination, months' treatment Coated today. Guaranteed. were re- Money back if not satisfied. All druggists, hair growing all over the scalp. If you. Price sjmplv ask for a kidney remedy get to perfect n cure. and Send for Ken- 'liingue. Indigestion. Sour Stomach or care for pretty, soft hair, and lot of simplv ask for a kidney emedj get committed and the measure of Matt S. 00e, 50c, or by until. $1. At ttl! ilrujrgists. nin it. surely get a 25 cent bottle of Knowl-ton- 's Doan s Kidney Pills the same that tucky testimonials. Dr. D. W. Hall. Constipated Botvels. Cascarcts belong IF. Walton requiring Hoards of Health to II. H. HitcMrn cc Co., nucklen d Co., Philadelphia or Philudelphin or Mr Dyehouse had. Danderine from any. drug store Co., '2920 Olive street. SI. Louis. Sold bv n even household. Children just love conduct courses of study for the pre- - St. Louis. St. Louis. 1. take them. Prop?.. Buffalo, N. Y. or toilet counter and just try it. (Ail') druggist.. NAM FIIHT IN HOUSE 0 $$$$r&t! t ft 0$vfJrrtJr4tr5!- 0 g Turn-ersvill- e. - ' ri iJ if I " i I- f. 4 u, F"in-Ir- I- , n, . 1 16-- ed State-al-latg- cn.-ito- - h, Fu-ley- be-in- cab-bai- -e : well-know- n con-tra- ct -- nt Hob-son- - . .- - LJ Foster-Milhur- n ftvU ' :Sv T" v '- -f ;Xft T'-- ll TiyifiiWjM Rfaa ru 1MB INTB110R TOORNAL STAH FORD, KBNTVCKY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 19H The Iniekioi Journal, M. 8AUFMCY tUIKLTON Proprietor $1 A TEAR STatCTLT IN ADVANCE frond ftnlrrrd rlf ( pniU matter. l pottftflet at Stunltri u The StnitorUl Situation in Clark (Winchester Sun) Heir, there is little if any, bitter in I X. - Mc tense opposition to Governor Creary as a Senatorial candidate The the Governor has many friends in county, who have voted loyally for him in his numerous races, hut feel now that he should step down for some jounffer man. Although the Governor is Mill quite spry for an old man, the voters feci that he has been fed at the public crib long enough and should round his public life by making the State an honorable and efficient Governor. There is no bitterness toward Governor McCreary's candidacy, but he will not poll the votes that ordinarily a distinguished son of an adjoining county would get. The voters are of the opinion that he has had enough. Mr. Stanley' strength in the rrmn-t- y principally consists of personal friends. Among the rank and file of the voters he will get few otcs here. Although admitting that he is a "smart man," as the saying goes, it must also he chronicled that he is the kind of politician who rccls in abuse of his opponents, delights to coin bitter and cunning phrases with which he expects to catch the crowd, and can fill a speech with so many capital l's that egotistical would be a mild adjective to apply to him. The tcnacles of the StcefjjJrutstare not in evidence in Ken-2f- t, and Mr Stanley' work as a of that corporation will not make him much capital. It might be parenthetically remarked that the Steel Trust is still doing business at the same old stand despite the investigation that "I made"and the report of the committee's finding that "I wrote." We bclicic the voters are only awaiting an opportunity to repay Mr. Beckham for the injustices done him when Democrats four alleged bolted the party and voted for Senator Bradley. The sentiment prevails that not only is the nomination due Mr. BccUham, but that he is the man to fill the place with honor and credit to the State of K'MltHC1'' 208,084 Lake McLuke Syt The most cheerful person in the world isn't the man who has just learn-e- d from his wife that he has a habit of talking in his sleep. The enraptured witty reporter always say that the groom led the bride to the altar. Just as though she any Wiling. The reason a woman thinks she is entitled to a $.50 set of furs is because her husband is aing $15 on the silk petticoats she doesn't hac to wear, A wise man alwajs finds out what brand of advice another man wants be fore he tries to advise him. When a doctor prescribes whisky for a patient the prescription never has to be remoed. The reason why political parties flourish is because when a man isn't getting enough pay and is getting too much work he can always enlist with the party that promises him relief Gie a woman a good complexion and naturally curly hair in this world and she will take a chance on the wings and the halo in the next world. If men knew women as well as women knew men, the women would hac to do all the chasing or .travel alone. A woman can face a blizzard in a cheesecloth skirt and feel warm as long as she knows she is wearing her rubbers. The world is filled with queer people, including the man who sits up at night and worries hecaute the buffalo is being exterminated. And lots of gtijs who never owned an automobile arc going around with flat tires. I don't know much utiit the coming Spring stales for women, but I do know that they will be funnier than the winter stjlcs. What has become of the man who wanted to fight when jou called him a liar? coal John C. C. Mayo, millionaire .operator National and Democratic Committeeman for Kentucky, who ha been critically ill with acute Bright': iljscasc at his home in Paintswlle, was conscious last night for the first time in two days. , John B. Thompson, of Harrodsburg, asked Secretary of Agriculture Hous ton to review thi famous case settled by the Taft ruling on "What is Whis ky?" BE SURE IT'S THE "AUBURN She Represents PleaMftt Feiat school it being taught at the Baptist church here by Mr. Thos. Mrllce, a very efficient teacher. Mrs. Joanna Trowbridge, of Eubanlf. wn called to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Caldwell, who is very ill at this writing. Ilulan Carrier has just informed us Mr, of the death of his brother-in-laMat Wade, who died Tuesday morning Inat six o'clock. He had suffered tensely for several weeks, but after an operation three weeks ago, there was some hope for his recovery. However, God knowcth best. He givelh and He takcth away. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved Mies, in this their dark hour of sadness. Born, to the wife of Charley Privett, a son. S. W, Leach is suffering from an attack of la grippe. Mrs. Wm. D, D)e is on the sick list Misses Laura Johnson and Grace Thompson passed through hero, en route to their home at King's Moun tain, after a pleasant visit to relatives down south. They traveled all Vie distance horseback. Scott Singleton and daughter, Mrs, Aloiwo Padgett left Monday for an extended visit to relatives and friends in Collinsville, Okla Miss Mayme Singleton is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. C. C. Gooch, in Wa)ncsburg. Mr. and Mrs. J D. Long were the guests of Mrs. Jas. Honnrr Sundav. A singing J WOMEN SHOES THIS IS YOUR CHANCE, WOMEN From today until March 15th,. we are going to fanEf j5jmwMMm put a price on our Women's Shoes which we hope will move them out of the way when our low shoes come. These shoes are this season's product, in Tans, Patents and Dull Leathers, in button and lace. Now, to interest youto make it so you will have to buy them, we are going to sell you our $4.00 Shoes for $2.50; the $3.50 ones for $2.25, and $2 even for the $3.00 quality. Now, these are the well known ULTRAS and BROCKPORTS, always $3, $3.50 and $4. So now is an opportunity to save a few dollars..- See them in our show window m?WMmm-'.aw.' kTvlRBBv w . it 7$: V SflBBlflBR H. J. McROBERTS l" 1 HAIR GIRL" An Illiterates in Kentucky 208,-08- r Tn Kentucky according to a Govern4 ment publication issued there are illiterates who are 10 years of age and over, of whom 146,797 are natives wliilei; 3,300 aie foreign born whites In Indiana and 57,900 are negroes. there are ff2U illiterates 10 years of age and over, of whom 40,055 are native whites, 18.200 are foreign-bor- n whites and 6,950 arc negroes. There are 87,516 illiterate males 21 years of age and over in Kentucky and 33,583 in Indiana. Parisian Sage, Invigorating Hair Tonic. Quickly Removes Neat's Creek Mr. Jesse Farmer, of this place has accepted a on the Hutchings farm near Midway. a Miss Myrtle Datighcrt) spent few ilas with the Miscs Floyd, at Sauflcy. Master Leonard Grimes was ocr from Saufley to spend the day with Dink Farmer, Jr. Messrs. Dink Farmer . and James Hutchinson went to Crceu riter on business. Miss Kathcritie Beldcn has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Mollie Roberts. Miss Bessie Bracket! spent sceral days with Oca Farmer here. Boycc and Carl Hunn, and Stcen Lcjnolds, were out to see Jesse Farmer Sunday. Mrs. Kugene Hutchinson and Chloc hirmer were in town Saturday shopping. Mr. Jack Daushertv who has been here to set Mr. W. R. Daughcrtj has returned to somerset. Mrs. Deatherage from Rowland was out to sec her daughter, Mrs. Iv. II Terr last week. Gleen Brier The wedding bells are ringing everywhere now. Mrs, A. C. Muncic is very ill at tin's w riting. Mr. Oscar Clauucli spent Sunday night witli his father-in-laM. . Caimkn. Mrs. Oliver Sims returned home Wednesday from Tennessee. Mr W. G. Baslin visited A. C. Mim-ci- e and family. Mr. Tolbert Curtis and wife returned home Sunday. Mr. Bob Gaines entertained several friends Saturday night. Mrs Oscar Claunch is still improving. Mrs. Harve Muncic has been very ill. Miss Zora Sims returned home Monday. She has been away quite a while hverjone was glad to sec her. Dandruff You can use nothing better than I'ansiin Sage, as sold at drug counters everywhere, to nuke the hair soft, fluf-f- j and abundant. It stops itching head, invigorates the scalp and removes dandruff with one application, If your hair is getting thin, or is harsh, dull and lifeless, do not despair give it attention. Frequent applications of Parisian Sage well rubbed into the sratp will do wonders. Wncn the hair is faling out, splits, or is too dry and streaky, surely use Parisian Sage it supplies hair and scalp needs. Get a 50 cents bottle from G. L. Penny, It certainly makes your head feel fine and gives the hair that cnvialle gloss and beauty you desire. 7 Bee Lick The pcoptc seem to have colds since the cold snap. Mrs. Mary Brown is very sick again. Mrs. Flbert Klder has bien very ill, about her house work. Mrs. David l'roctor is able to be alwut his brine work. The stork visited the home of Mr F.ugcnia McWilliams, on the 21st and left a beautiful girl. Mr I' Brown is on the sick list. Mr T C. Ham and Mrs. Zula Hasty visited Mrs. Flbert Fldcr and family last Sundav. Mr. S. O. Proctor and wife visited Jeff Owens last Sunday, Mrs. Will Cummins, of this place hai moved to his farm near Band), Ky. Mr. John Stringer, Jr of Quail, has moved here to make his future home. Mr Lmest Cordial contemplates building a new dwelling house soon. Mr. C C Hensley visited A. G. Crid-e- r at lliatt, Saturday night and Sundav. in W. M and A L. Scott were Brrtdliead last week on business, vlrs. J. W. Stringer has been very sick but i better at this writing The Death Angel visited the home of Grant Thompson oi February 22. and called for Grant. His iuimihi urre for burial. IK taken to Providence leaves a wife and five children to murn his loss. PECULIAR AFTER EFFECTS OF GRIP THIS YEAR Tki First Tin 1914 Old Ptrsm Be Leaves Kidneys in Weakened Condition not residents of Stanford requesting one of our Doctors in nil parts of the counbeen kept busy with the epidemic: of grip which luiri vihitcd Tim symptoms of mi ninny homes, f:np this year tiro often very mid louVu the svstetn m n run down condition, particularly the kidneys which mccih to suffer moot, ns nlmost every victim vouipluius of lunu back ntitl iirinnry troubles vliu-should not he neglected, its lltccc danger MgunU often lead to Drugdangerous kidney troubles. gist i report n large sale on Dr. Kilwhich mer's Swamp-Koo- t o ninny people say hoiin heals nntl strengthens the kidneys after nn attack of gtip. Svvntup-lfoo- t is a grent kidney, liver and bladder remedy, and, hems mi licrhnl compound, lias a gentle healing effect on the kidneys, which is almost immediately noticed in most rases by thoe who try it Dr Kilmer & Co., liiiighniiitou, N. Y., offer to send a sample sire hot-ti- e of Swnmp-Iloo- t, on receipt of ten cents, to every sufferer who requests it. A trial will convince anyone who mny be in need of it. Kesulnr sire bottles S0c, and $1. For sale at nil druggists. Be sure to mention this paper. try have Wild.mm Roii Calindm (cost of mailing alone will receive one through the mail free These calendars give an accurate Map of Lincoln County and some interesting view, among them a picture of First Brick House Built in Kentucky LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK csraXcdo;Ky: 10 Who's Your Druggist? IT EVER occurred to you that there arc many articles sold in a retail drug store that arc just a? important from a standpoint ot quality as the prescriptions )our doctor orders? We sell standard lines of merchandiw in every department goods that carry vm unit jjuarantrc as well as that of the manufacturer, Every purchase carries with it a qaalily insurance without extra cost Phone us your wants. JAS J Wins Oratorical Honors Samuel D. Boggs, of Danville, repDeinologion resenting the Literary Society of Central University, won the annual oratorical contest. King Swope of Danville, representing the Chamberlain, won second place. The winner will represent Central in the oratorical contest to be held at Lexington in April. Inter-collegia- te BUpflBi'ftmTMJfcfr. beat her She will take you and bring you back-T- HE Did you ever know? Did you ever hear? of one that could FORD Anderson & McCarty,rAgts. for Casey and Lincoln counties Office, Stanford BRING YOUR CAR TO REID'S GARAGE STANFORD, KENTUCKY Expert Mechanician in harge of repair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE John O. Reid, Prop. Ka. M Phone 203 LP! I MM JOHN WHITE If ' HA AND .J & Bw M " WfiHCST MARKET PRICE PAIB FOR RAW FURS ANB HIDES WmI oa CtamllM. Writ lor HM MMMMf fell U. HIDES CO. SSSnSZS. New Salem The worst sleet storm in many years prevailed here and the trees and telephone wires are coverd with a coating of ice. Some damage has been done the wires Mr, Linn Buster and Miss Mary-Ear- l were married at her father's home Sunday evening. Mr. James Sludei gave the young folks a dance last Friday night near McKinney The joung folks that went from this neighborhood were, Mr Major F.stes, Mr. Virgil Kstes, Miss Maud Sims, Miss Behia Smith. Mr. Elmer Leeper, of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting relatives of New Salem this winter. Mr. Milford Eubauks has a fine span Crab Orchard of mules to brake. Mr Elkin, the genial editor of the Lancaster Record, made a busincia trip Polly Ann to our little city last Saturday. People here are enjoying better Mr. and Mrs. Sain Tatem left Wednesday for a visit to their father, Mr. health at this writing. from Dave Pajne, of Barbourville. We arc rejoicing over the sleet, as there they go to Jackborough, Tenn., the proverb says, is "plenty sleet a good to visit a brother and to Harriman, fruit year." Tenn , to visit a sister and on their Mr. Marion McMullin and wife, of waj home will spend some time with I'ikeville, were the guests of their Mrs. Tatcm's sister, Mrs. Grove at brother-in-laMr. David N'evvsom, Somerset. They will be gone two or is with Mrs. Joannic Trowbridge three weeks. he mother, Mrs. Emilr Caldwell, ntar Mr. Jopp McCall, of Maretsburg vis- Pleasant Point, who is very low with ited his sister, Mrs. Agne Hcrrin last something like the grippe. ll week. Mrs. Herrin's mother, Mrs. Mr. Enoch Floyd sold a young heifer is with her for a visit. at a fancy price Kcv. and Mrs. Gooch spent Sunday K. Sutton sold a cow for $.V). at Bee Lick with relatixes. Mr, Logan Estes sold a cow for $28. Miss Anna Bronaugh is with Mrs. Lui.o I.slcs sold a cow for $25. Lottie i'ugh at London. People are staying in close on acMiss Katherine Bronaugh, of Lexington, is with her parents, Mr. and count of the mumps, Mr. Sam Hogue's children have the Mrs. K. H. Bronaugh. whooping cough. Mr, Leece, George Harris and Rube Bronaugh, Jr., were examined in Mt, Dripping Spring. Veiilim as applicants for tile post ofThe farmers in this section took fice here. Miss Lillic Garner, of Cedar Cretk, advantage of the pretty weather in January and did quite n lot of farming, was with friends here Saturday. such as plowing and sowing tobacco The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church surprised Mrs. Daisy Hunt beds. Mrs. Mort Hothwell sold the Driplast Thursday and were in return greatly surprised by Mrs. Hunt, It be- ping Springs to Mr. Wilson of Leslie ing the birthday of her sister, Miss county. Bay Hunt. She had prepared delightThere was preaching at Beech Grove ful refreshments for her, which she church Saturday and Sunday, county, Rev, Godbey, of Pulaski served to the Ladies' Aid. Much to their surprise, as they did not let her preached a sermon to the church mem bers, subject, "Put on the Whole Arknow they were coming. Cold, colder, coldest weather we have mour of God". He handled his subhad this winter. A sleet covered ev- ject well. Rev, Wm. C. Hutchins, will preach erything esterday and a snow last night covered the sleet. You who are at Beech Grove the first Sunday in in a warm clime are well situated. March. Mrs. W. R, Perkins has been sick Mr. J. T. Wells has been confined to for a few days, but is much better at her home with la grippe for the last few days. this time. Mrs, Henry Campbell has been sick A. J. Davis sold a mare to James for over a week, but has improved we Anderson for $145. Mr Davis bought a bunch of shoats from Wm, Lavvscn, arc glad to say. MUs Kate Middleton has been suf- of Garrard, A. H. Lawsou bought two fering from a deep cold several days. yearlings from W. H. Isaac for $150. Mr lliatt Stigall continues about Mr. Isaac is selling out to make his the same. future home in Illinois. Mrs. Kate Egbert has btcn sufferRev. A. C. Baird and wife, of Garing from a deep cold for some time. rard, visited J. T. Wells and wife the Campbell, of Cincinnati, first of the week. Mr The firm of Singleton and Dychousc was with his family Sunday and MonIt doing a nice business in their store. day of this week. Mc-caHe-tr- y Green River Mr. Camion Moore, is very siik at this writing. Mr. Wilson is improving slowly, Mr. Manley is very ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Bastin were in Stanford shopping Saturday Mr, John Wells and son have gone to Casey on business. Mr. Bill Vanbook and wife were the guests of Mr. Winkles Sunday. Mr Walter Baugh has returned to Ludlow. Mr. Joe Baugh and family were the guests of his brother, J. W. Baugh Sunday, Evcrbody enjoed the debate at Jumbo Tuesday night. Mrs. Sarah Hubble and Mrs. Florence Durham visited relatives at Mc Kinney Sunday. Mr Ike Terry and family have moved back to Green river. Buying to Save Money Penny's Drug Store Stanford, Ky. Agcnt$ for jffmmi2 Fine Candies V: 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY "Speaking About BANKS This is one of my good ones. The officers and Directors are known to me personally, and you will noi make any mistake by banking with them."j Buvlig rolcy's Honey and Tur Compound saves money because a few doMs stops tho cough and cold mid one boltlc lasts a lon;r tune. It quickly heals raw and inflamed surfaces, nltp. tickling throat, harsh rapin owghs, honrfiencks, bronchial and In grippe coughs. CoM... eoiistipntion and headnche are three coinn.on afflictions nntl relieving the laiiFtipntloii helps the old mid slop the headache. I'sc Foley's t'nthattio Tablets because they ui" viry prompt and thoroughly demising, with absolutely no efficts A whole bottle full fur J.'i wit Attorneys for the United States Steel Corporation filnl brief with the In tcrstate Commerce Commission asking that the matter of all av.iiicc to short lines of railroads serving nidus trits be reopened. just See L. L. Sanders before buying your Spring Matting and Wall Paper A New and Complete line. L. L. SANDERS, P3t IJTPB Crab Orchard. it., mvU In firrt ind third at 7 o'clock la wlr hall on Main inert. HUnforl. hr. Men-Ur- t ol tittrr lodjva (ratrrnallr InTltrd lo to P"x,"- J. W IUKI.ANI). A. KS N.urnlzli, lUcktcht, llidcli M M puni. Your niunrr tck If It lll? t rr- - m anr itbi lu tur ?" "t tL Iwlj lo inlauifi tiuw. m tl, QuIcVjlr rtllMM Ttbcamttta-n- , KoreMut." u41 'nHRfCWi rHH WW 11 i mmmmmm-- i MMM. y:.2r i a Uli iltd communication on nrh M'lPdar nlfhli o( each month UBfoln No. 80 Masons' Meetlno r. iitJ'rtM Acta. At All Ilruool' BOURloil REUEDT C0HPAMY, 341 Cast Main ., Uilngtm, I II Mi Hit School KK.nnunu,nK A Training B'. I II II Mil Ki.W tmltarU. tttoatf. V.IH a ai rhtU oatw! tf KtiMkr, H peUi a JIHB CMfMt, TotuwaVrrcteik! rfrp-r- W4Ut U EUwaurt laUfwrdiau 4 Lib mi c rrM lor Teachers kiiullrililil bulialo av MttlMvL rrartlMfftaMU4priMMtrrtaUrti. ft Uiiiliiir4 WANT WANT WANT HAVE TO SELL TO SUY TO RENT COLLECTION l!UliMr, trw atrium, pMMtl KafHnWf 1. TaM Trm " IT. rirtB Trm AUI, Vauaf fta4 JrTtm Uf J ..? Tm K. Pr.Uut J. O. CRABBB, '" 1 can ault anrona twit mi the markit. tv ririca who had hU clvthra nado lo erdr A lull to rear m.oioro li arrfrratlt to read mad ctothca. To data then mad lo imaturo docin't ro.t anjr mora than rradv uiada wwlirn nualltx and M It contldmd tvmr In and lit mc take your roraiure. n O. !turi,-Y- , Tha rracllcal Tailor. 'n a Fall and Winter Suitings i fall and wlntn .ampin irr now rradr tor jrour liiiixctlon. Ibcjr comprint - , KY0U DANVILLE, J. C. McClarj j J.L.Beazley &Co BBBBBBHpjBBBBKAaBBBBJP 1 Estate Agency R. D. and DICK BRUCE, mM M 4 T """j KENTUCKY. and All vegetable. Dose, at bedtime. For constipation, btfious headache, Indigestion Aytr--s Pills. Sold for CO years. iiSvuTlui' Aiit Yotr Doctor. Sugar-coated LIVER PILLS only one pill UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI ture ExtkM far aH Klmfc Of Stack. OfflM PftMM 117. Hnm M. PHONE 42 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. STANFORt. KY. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers U Furniture Matting, Rugi. Furl Hm , r V Vk!. V- ' its fi. . ix. - .r nn"1"1"11' j '.'.inityci TH lMTKIIOR JOWIHAI STANFORD, XKNTVCRY. FRIDAY, FKI1VARY 27, 1914 R ,- h - MattMTllU The attention of all .Sunday tehool workers, of all the church is called to the announcement that S. J. Natighu, r-demands the utmost precaution In maintain- s Field Worker of the Male Sunday inn health at fifgj efficiency. an 'School Association, will deliver It is doubly linpottatit nnd tiolltiiiR in the world is .address at the Christian church Wedso needful as Scoff s bnwlsoii, good cheer and nesday evening, Marcli 4th. His sub SiilHiine. Scott's Emulsion makes the btrxvl jeict will be "How to Improve the Sunrich and pure. It contains the vital flesh- day School." Mr. aughn will deliver g building and pro- on addrrtt at Morcland on March 5th c crtfM and insures abundant TrTrr-v'.-- ". .Mm l!i.j Yowell anil Mrs. James , ., ?) .. New Salem nieni UsirciigUiciMtiie nerves Huston, motored to Ilradfordsville, Mcastcs are the nrdrr dI ihe day and creates energy nnd vitahtv Saturday evening with Mr llakcr here. during this period. the hustling flour and niel man, Mat Wade, a farmir of thi county, Expectant and nurilng mothers Fvcrctt, a sitter of lii visit Mrs set the did the 2Mb and will be hurtrd always nted Scolfa EmuUion. lli VowelL Miss Itota will tprnd TUmn eravc yard today. PwuesaisT HAS it lutt weeks with her sister, Mrs. HusGeorge Hasty, of Stanford, address ton rcturncil Mouda) morning. ed our people at the llaptitf rhnrcli Harry I. Fr)c. of Hubble, Lincoln Short News Notes wa Sunday real t II i few .lavs ago. Imi T.::.i!ii,'ii.l.iiiiO!MSiln!iil comity, was here over night latt vvcrk Two blasts of the Monroe's whistle, Tvi.t.., Fstes. Kay 1'ichaid, FI Frnest wttb hit father. A. M. Frye and at a misunderstood signal, caused Major and Virjcil 'JUtts mcr thai am Juil Gabbert and J F Tint-IcTHERE yoa from three SVini your raoft lending to some business. collision between that shin and were .it .Mr John Lay's Tuesday iiight proteaf of Transylvania, laid over here Deputy sheriff. W S, Dryc arrested the Nantucket, ace irdmg to testimony Nmday morning nd outtjuildingi from the rait nd tun. nd All had a good time. on their way to Crab mum you lo We in houM lint U dingy Mat Iteid, near Morcland, one day last of the latter't commander, I apt. Os Orchard I S. mith is ill at tint writing: nntim-nlt- , lo fill anil Kcv. nd ugly oa the oulllde tad dull and week and took him to Stanford and m)ii Kerry Imtlry gave a thort address to the Jesse Lav bought a cow from Calvin unplf aunt on uSe tntide. lodged linn in jail until a trial could Millers and food manufacturers won congregation. Martin. Price $45. The Cost of Making he given him. He hat tome hcavv a victory tu the Supreme tourt when, Mr. .Vim Gaston. Sr. a former Mr. I M ijims is on the grand rarjr n in the "blenched" flour case, the court tins coun at Stanford of the Fork, aced 79 Si charges against him I.. I lies Paint .., ... . .i-- l. tl IV ... i . ifeii iincn'ici loiiuiy court held that it must be proven that the very ill m hit home here, of dropsy. flour-food- s. at Libert) Monda) with some extra amount of iioiton present The Cost of Selling1 School Teachers Too Young Hit dmghter and it harmful. Mr. and good work mulct. Men or women school teachers of maIhe campaign for a V. W. C. A. Mrs. Haiclwood. of Rowland, and son nf Painting The jack New hern, ol Knoxville, was building in Louisville was launched Samuel, Jr., arc with him. ture cars make the best of teacher hot-bre- ad here latt week for a thort visit to hit at htvrn't trird to reduce the coit ( because they kfxm more of the world Horn, on Friday night, the 20th, to dinner when it wa announced punt, but hive even gone parents, Mr and Mrs D J. New hern. that $oS.5W of the proose-ami human nature than a young perMr. and Mrs. John 11. Powell, a fine $JW.(XW dito Mcure the purrit lo in extra czpenie Mitt Roberta llhin arrived here had been subscribed. son of I ft, 18 or 21). who hasn't at that girl. Mrs Powell was Mit Magttic nd belt of lead, zinc, and luiMed oil, to Monday after a most pleasant visit to age begun to find out how much he Clark Howell, editor of the Atlanta Fox, ot llonrn. guarantee of complete satisre an put to Urt. W I). Wolf, of Cincinnati. She Constitution, asked Gov. blatott, Hut. doesn't know even of himself ofj The inclement weather together with faction behind every can of Sdrer Seal predict the Valley Farmer, until it it sajt (he snow there it 12 feet high in Georgia, not to consider hit name as the tleet, snow and ice on the hill has Paint placet possible to make a living anil support h juccistnr to the late Senator Macon caused the teachers to teach continued We cut the Cot' of eelling paint' 1 he recrnt cold snap has made ice family by teaching school, teaching will Phyllis llrady. 24 years old. a Camfrom Zi to SOS by telling it tcsjions wittiotil intermission at tiooti ingonl enough to put up for use and bridge honor graduate, was sentenced tor tnrougnout the past six .Jays M direct to you. Alt the uleamen'a .tide line continue to be the talailri and eipentet, and the several have taken advantage of it it now is. ciprciall) in the country dis. to eighteen months' hard labor for a lircent accidents iu coastinu ami fall- jobber'a and dealer! profit, are cut Mr S P Stephenson and wife anil suffragette arson outrage in England. worth Make school teaching trirt. out and you lave the difference. Mr and Mrs. vvlille and good teachers will be plenty North and wife fniptiry is being made in New York The function f'itv VmntmrnKiNi Now you can lave another 25 by doing dined at noon on Wednesday with Mr into the cases of fittv children who will give a free moving picturclioTv at Lets politics in country schools and the work vounelf. You don't need any and Mr-i- . J. W. Powell A most sump- entered ;e hospital with mild ailments the Maccabce Hall Tuesday, March 3, consolidation wherever ossible. is the eaperience. We have a book that tells you tuous dinner was served and Mr. North md left with a setiout disease. way to better schools and better teach at 3 o'clock. You arc all cordially iiu dlt what paint to die and how to uie it. inj? for country boys and girls, rn his return to town was looking who vited to be present, as these attractions More than 1(X) delegates are JUST WRITE US NOW gloriously full, t.ud he never enjoyed should be given the best common school the State Farmers' Institute, will continue at reintlar intervals if tell ui what you want to painC. and stivlt a feast in all his life. which began its ninth annual meeting enough patronage is secured by the. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mit Kllcn Hallou, Mrs. K. L. Kein-ha- education to be had in America, beMr. John Allen accompanied some of at Frankfort. gentlemen wlo arc most interested iu cause often this is all the schooling and Marv Huth, Mits l.issa Holtz. Jhere.lt a SILVER SEAL PAINT the stock that was shipped Saturday this venture. Oppic Itrown for every purpose. pent Sunday with claw and Mr. Harry Kcmhart went to thiv can obtain. Mr Arthur llaker. of Somerset wa to Cincinnati and returned Monday Headache Rheumatism Vanish Away Cincinnati Thursday morning to hear hit mother, Mrs. Tunic llrown. Gets Fund For Pilot Church iiight pleased with the sales, Men nnd women having baeknrhe, here Sunday the jiuest of Miss Jessie - Judtfc Mcybcnjcr, of Indianapoln, I'advrcwskt. Mfg. Co. Kentucky flap-tiKev. K. It. Noel, a Mr James Coulter, of Middlcburg. rheumatism, stiff and Mvollen joints fiirdler He leaves in a few days fvr Ind., is the Ktiest of V. A. Tribble CmiKretsman Harvey Helm, of preacher of this county, has been Casey county, was here to tec his tiro I 5 13 W. Hariri Street ioUISVILLE. KV. rosily glad to know-- that Fo Pes Moinei, la., where lie has a po- has entirely recovered from his soliciting a contribution for the Pilot of Itiis tile, is Mr. J I' it ion. daughter, Mrs. C. K. McCormack Wed- ley s Kidney Pills me succp-if- ul the Ret of her sister, Mrs George iVLftit operation ami it again looking Ilaptist church which it being erected nesday and to attend to some business in driving out the.-- o ills a perfect picture of health. Mr. Curry The amount Kev Noel secured in this J. T. Higglns Dies in the West Dellorde. matters That Foloy Kidney Pills To Our Correspondents J. T, Higgins, formerly of this coun Mr. J. II. Hilton is the ijucst of her Kolnnton, ol Lancaster, who hat been cil. was $30. Mrs. James Dcpuan, of Danville, is are a true medieine mid quickly The I. J. hopes that its t). and a sister of Mrs. Adelia Woods, the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Cass at in Lexington the past few months ati parent. in all disea-p- lt that lending State University, has returned all over this and other of this jilace died at his home, in Ada, J. W. Powell on the Feel Miserable Ilrodhcad Ilradfordsville ft inn inaetive kidneys mid nri. counties will be in'ompt with their I to 'i,lint;i. n where hr is employe Oul of ".oil"., dt'pre-M'- d, pain in Okla.. recently after a short illness Mrs Marv Wnliarc has rented the tuny trifg'ilitriiic. in the office of Cougrctman Harvey the li.ifk Klvei t t letters during few months. of pneumonia. Mr. Higgint was horn Hitters Mrs Kugenc Pope, of Danville, was hou.e LelonifiiiK to Mrs. I.ong on LoFor sale by all druggists. Tho editor will be away nt Frank-fo- it Helm. Washington Cor to Danville sour limltli and strength. in Lincoln count) March 21, He the guest of her parents, A gan avenue. Mr. and Mrs. and they enn ni-- t greatly in was married in October 1803 to Mist J H. Rout Saturday liver :md kidney "Two Old Confederates" and Sunday latt. Mi Marie TarkitiKton, of Paro Sarah Kenned) Mr, Higgins moved Moui'y hiiek if not It The most delightful entertainment keeping the paper newsy if they will Miss Florence Spragens, of Powers, titic, is the attractive guest of Miss 'imipleli'ly cured Uobfit MiimIou, ol to irnon, Tex., in 1892 and from thre Casey counts-- , was a visitor Saturdav of the season was given at the opera 'end in letters regularly eaeh Florence Carter will mid stationery be We- -t llurliimton, In., who sttffi'ird he moved to Ada. Okla.. in 1KW. whtn 'evening to the Miss Harnett on Fast house Wednesday nicht by "The Two CUPID'S CArKltH .Mrs. Julia Huijhct hat Urn confined Old Confederates." The old soldiers sent any one who is out of stieh coriiom Vinil. nt liver trouble for eiulil that town .vaj ju?t lgiuning to grow. Main. to her room for scleral days on acrespondent's supplies. months. After foul- - doctors c;avo M'. Higgins wa not only a pillar in Durham Tucker Mr. Haker Terhune. of Ilradfords arc Col Thos II. Hooker, of Amelia count f illness. Mr. Alice Durham, of Junction City, 'inn up. I u took Kli'drif Itittnr mid the Presbyterian church at that place ville, was here on the 21st on busi- County and Captain A. W. Miller, of . Mr. and Mr. - l. llird hae taken and Mr Flmer Tucker, of Richmond, s now n well mnn. Oet ti bottle to but was a firm supjiorter of every ness. They were accomJunction riKimt at the Dunn hoardine; house on City, were united iirnuriragc in that lay; it will do the .sume fur yon movement leading to the improvement panied by four Virginia negroes. Old Mr. W. T. Carpenter, the mail carstreet, t city Wednesday at He is survived by :i rier of North Danville avenue, has time music and folk lore of the time Kepp in the Iioiim; for nil liver nnd of that place 4 o'clock. The wedjife wife and two children, K. K. Higgiiu, been confined to his bed for several "ficfo' de war" arc the features. Mr and Mrs. Kph Dudderar, of ding was a iuiet simple home affair, kidney eomplninH. IVrfeetly Its risnltH will of McKcnzie. Turn., and Mrs. A. N. da).t with a very painful sore foot, l.oiliv illc. are the Rtiests of Mr. and 'ihe bride is the daughter of Mr. and an, Ofpciidnblc. Mays of Ada, Okla. Mrs. Urn Durham and besides posses-tin- ij iiirpiiM' joii. oOf nnd fl. Mr. Vatt hmith caused by rheumatism. He is grc.ttl) Junction City unusual beauty u a young lady II. K. Ilueklcn & Co., I'hiludelphin or Kev. C II. (ircer, C. 11. Carter, and Chickcnpox has decreased the aU miss on his street, but Col. K. C. Hop Will Buy Tobacco Until March Sth. per is doing his best with the mail deW. O. Walker, went to Frankfort on if an unusuall) charming personality St. Louis. tendance in the primary room at school Of BOURBON r0UlT.1V CURE Sales of tobacco at the Danville liver) until Willie gets out ind h.ik loi'g been one of the belles of Thursday morning again, the past week. Ml. Zion down a ctlct's tarot cures Mr Tucker is a prosWarehouse Co., will cease on Marcli which we think will not be very long ler home city We arc having some awful Mrs. Mary McCord was called to tew Win. Severance left this week for bad Sapcs, A waterCrops In tr.e cures at.l 5th, which is Thursday of next week Cousin Willie's chair is still ready for Akron. O.. this week by the illness of NYw York, uhcre he will buy a new perous voting butiiuss man and has a weather now. prevents cSolcra. Cl.rrtpfj c. OC". Jot of fnendt who with for him and him at the Weatherford store, where her daughter, Mrs. Roy Hrand. Kev. Livingston filled his regular apline of spring goods. Mc lottIe niters rations of hit wifr nil I lie imaginable happiness pointment here latt Sunday. A large Successful Everywhere he has long held down. Our hopes are Mr Win. Clarkson. Jr. son of grandmedicine. Ac all iruefriatx. Reporter-Sta- r. fi. C. Walton, of the Sample and Voklrt. em "Di iHi.sihlc. Tbev will rctide in Junction crowd present and all enjoyed a good People ovfiywlicro nru talking of that he will soon be able to resume his pa. Win. Clarkson, lias been suffering Towls" fcent . of Orlando, Fla., has hecn here for sev 9rWrS eases of Pf-J- y Co. KltEK. it. Their mam friends extend for tome time of stomach trouble He He alto gave word of tribute the ipiiek tiinl line results Foley's 'dace at the store. termon l:!r?v Tf B?n"l eral days with old friends. I' O. Carpenter motored to Stau-lotto the father of Our Country. O'eorgc Kidney I'ill- - ivu in bjiekuehf, men. Helen I'etrcy jMarxaict and i- - .Mtvs imitiHU. kidney mid bladder troublast vvtek with the following gen Washington, it being his birthday. Nellie Allen, of Hustoiivillc, were the Brtedlove Lenti Von fun not tnkc them into tlctncu: (lilmore Itnrton Jas Hall, Mr George White and wife, of Lan- le-.. KiiCsts of Miss F.tizabrtlt StaRg SunStanfotd, Kv., Jan. 12, 1914. John Lent, a prosperous fanner and caster, have been visiting relatives your system without pood re.ult'. Ld Nunncllc) and Lindsa) Weather-ford- , day. BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Miss Maggie Ilrecdlovc, daughter of here the past week. That i Iicciiiim! Foley Pills give to to sec "Shepheid of the Hills" at - Fi. Givcns, of HarrodsburK, has James Urecdlovc, of this city, were Mr. Green Adams still continues ill, tile kidney. r. mid bladder just what the opera house. Hustonvillc was well Stanford, Ky. lieen here for several days with hit married at the court house here by represented. Mr. K. II. KIder and family are go- limine cull for to heal the.e weakGentlemen: ened and innetive organs. sitters, Mr. W. I'. Grimes and Miss Judge Jamct P. llailey Wednesday. S. M. Owens of McKinncy Station, ing to move to Lancaster on his Your draft 'n settlement of my claim for illness filed For sale by all druggists. Florence Given was here the latter part of last week farm. with you January 0th received, foi which accept my thanks. The N'evvs has been received here that on business and talking up the oil Weaver Griffin D. T. llrummctt, of tint city, went to The House Naval Affairs Committee prospects near Milledgeville which promptness and liberality of the treatment, of the RELIANCE Lexington today He will attend a J. T. Griffin and Maggie Weaver Mrs. George Smith, of Woodstock, has smallpox. It is not known where she approved the Naval Appropriation Hill soon begin operation on several of the the were married at Hud Wcarcn's yesterbanquet there tonight given by is n great inducement to all who want reliable aeeident & health providing for two new drcadnaughts, blue grass farm east of there. day. Ihit it the second marriage of Contracted the disease. Mrs. Smith is National Life Insurance Co. W. S. Dryc was here over, Sunday the oldest daughter of Mr. Hryant insurance. IkjiIi partiet. Mr .and Mr. I'.. K. Hutching left EN'GItAVIKG. Calling Cards, and after attending to some legal busiDrown, of this place. Vety Truly Yours, Wednesday for their new home near Mrs. Ilcllc Adams is suffering from wedding invitations and announce ness left for Stanford to wait on the Midway. They have many friends here Hood comfortable seats at the opera toothache Win. 11. OVKRSTREET. tncutf, birth curds, embossed letter- court, which is in session. who regret very much to see them go, house come and enjoy the shows. Tho I. J. can Little Sylvia Thompson has a se- heads nnd eiivelojMis. "ssaBBaaaaaaaasaaaBaaBaBaBHSiBaaaaaaaaaaaBaaas)BaaBaaaaaaBaaBaBaaaBBB The Interior Journal will not print have tins done for you at rock botvere attack of cold. any letters that have no name signed Misses Hard and llcrtie Graham tom prices. See our samjilos. 78. to them. Several good newt letters were the guests of Misses Ida and Lizhave liccn received recently but there GRAIN PRIVILEGES zie Smith latt Sunday, were no names signed and therefore Money in Wheat Mr. Ilrjan Simpson and Mr. Henry Puts and calls are the safest and could not be used. and Tom Smith were the guests of Mr surest method of trailing in wheat, Win Thompson Sunday night. BiSGER JSP The body of Charles Savage, a far A Great 3Injority of Pcoiilo Get One or More Colds Every Misses Hazel and Ilertic Graham corn or oats Dccause your lots is ab4 solutely limited to the amount bought. mer living near Parmleyville, Wayne Beuson ami of Vital Interest to All to Learn How to and Miss Louisa Simpson were is the No county, who disappeared from his home further risk. dilightful guests of Ida Thompson Avoid mid Ilelievo Colds Quickly, Since Colds arc Said to Positively the most profitable way a week ago, was found hanging from a Sunday night. of trading. bo Contagious. pole placed on two large reicks near Mi. Tom Murrell has a dark briudle IT WILL Optn an account. You can buy 10 hhepheid dog missing if any one knows puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels of his home. iMalaaaaaaaPaaaaaaaakTtf Some people think cold are only caught through exposure. ThU in of its whercaliouts please let him know grain for $10, or you can buy both for HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT $20, or as many more as vou wish. -return in contradicted by the fact that Arctio ezploren are peculiarly free about it. 0; Mr. Granville Murrell is suffering An advance or decline of cent gives The Peopled Market Place Adverfrom cold. It U more generally accepted that coldi are the remit of civilized yoi) the chance to take $100 profit. A from la grippe. tise What You Have to Sell rooms aud a very rapid change in temperature which life, due to super-heate- d movement of 5 cents $31aj profit. Rev. Prcwitt has left this county. largely due to causes the nerve centers to be depressed, and still more Write for full particulars, Mr. Mary 11. Harness slipped and Money to loan on easy terms. R. W. Neumann, member of a family imparting a cold to another by sneezing or fell, dislocating her shoulder and one Bromley & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. New First National Hank Huilding. ankle. coughing. Columbus, Ohio. f Listen for the '.redding bell to ring WF will stop our automobile line A cold means nothing if relieved quickly. That such a purpose may be from McKinncy to Stanford, until April pretty soon. (Loeompiished, A quick aid to a cold is an essential A remedy especially the first, owing to the bad condition of POSTED devised to relieve colds quickly is FEHUNA. Free To Famers the roads. Masters &. Itowycr 16-- 2 Hy special arrangement the Itnto-ki- n XKTVA contains such ingredients that have an especially beneficial in a . mvji a 4)os ..aaiiui r We, whoso nnines are signed beFOR SALE. A few genuine huft Seed House of Sliennndouh, la,, IS luesce upon the inflamed mucous membranes and the quicker these mucous low, positively forbid any huntinj membrane are given the benefit of a remedy like PE&UHA. the quicker the will nmil a copy of their Dig 19H or fishing and trespassing on our toins. Extra nice. Mrs. R. II. Crow, WAV rORXUNC Illustrated Seed Hook, and a sample Shelby City, Ky., Junction City Ex relief and the lets contagion. No, S two rings. of their famous ''Diamond Joo'bMlig premises: POSTED. Anton Thorrna, Rov. A neglected cold may become a serious menace to one's own life, and far White" need com that has a record iff Father Leo, Mrs. Ernestine Kuiil. LOST A double case silver watch, worse, may endanger one's family. nf over 200 bushels per aero, free Fred Gates, John Bnugb, John The man who made the above drawing made it (torn hit own ripcrirnce. I Je learned We insure our homes against fire, our lives against death. Why should to every render of this paper who Meier, Mnttio Huvves, A. J. Dutigher. Elgin works last county court eaily that BANKING kit money wai Ihe piopet thing lo do. YOU can do the will return to me and receive lame he interested in the Crops they and before you know il. it will become habit and a joy. You will take moie pleasure ty, Kied Vonflriienignn, Ed Ballard, we sot insure ourselves against ooW if possible by having a medicine in the tuny plant, this book is a complete com- Jacob Gander, J. C. Hundley, Got-lie- reward, H II. McAuinch, MiddlcADDING to that bank account thia you will ia iptnding thow dribi and drabs o! money b burg, Ky. fcmily chest that oaa be need at once f that keep pendium of funning mid farm mid many poor ALL OF THEIR LIVES. Beiikc. John M. Carter, S. B. PHUjTA is a reliable household remedy for colds and should be in every gaidtn seeds'. It tells how to grow-biCaldwell, A. K. Caldwell, S. II. Beware of Ointments shoaM be desire to combat a cold as quickly as possible. I' , "fcv Mr. S. H. Truat . Jlfn. S. II. Tarrant died BaKino powder f Ae Housewife's ROTAL Greatest Help. WHAT light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? so tempting: to the appetite as a Dead at lirr home it JUrminKtiam, Ala.. last week very uiddruly. The remain were lirewght in Danville for interment. Mr. Tarrant lattsht at Crab Orchard and alio at Danville a unrulier" of year ago and had many friends at I will place that rcitrct to learn nf her death She wan ratted the "Mother o( Institute" in the south. (hsEAin) WaV mrm, R s--'.v- Ifv & -- rw BIThe High Calling of Motherhood bone-buildin- BSSSSS! ,,.. SILVER SML PAINTS' Tcr-liuii- fitv lna '"" Il-- Jl 4 Jm tal KrtOril short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen Royal makes the perfect ma-s'o- 1 and short cake more gestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is dispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. It renders the biscuit, Pt L'. T WC j 'XT' rt well-know- n st Paint f 'I Ken-ttiek- eortes-ponden- ts cffi-fliv- f rr-tt- wi-n- R-- ad the-nex- pnnr-i.iiti'f- il Ndi-Hat- Miti-.fii'- e? f I Tl I- '.-- u brother-in-l- aw's If You are Subject to Colds It OUR BALANCE This Editorial will Interest You. 'N the BANK SS GROWS EVERY WEEK SOME DAY M iff m 1 Wi come: in s HANDY 13-t- t ism State Bank V. L. JlcCAUTY, . IfTWmi IHI& THE THE """" STARTED 15-t- f. hone, far there a A, This is enlightened hygiene. People who are feeble and run down are more subject to cold than per seas in normal health. Sach persons need outdoor life and FHUNA to help build up a stress; ooaetiUtion. If yon have a poor appetite that is often a warning that yon probably need a tonio like Psruna for Peruna aids the digestive organs. When yeur appetite is fair and work and exercise do not quickly tire yon, year saeeeptlbility to colds diminishes very much. Penoat who object to liquid medicines oaa now obtain PUUVA crops and all about best varieties of seed coin for vour locality; nlso Seed Oats, Wheat, Hat ley, Spelt. Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pabttire and Lawn Mixtures, Feed Potatoes and all oilier faun mid gatdea seeds. This seed book is worth dollars to nil in want of seeds of uny sort. It's free to nil our render. Write for it mid mention this paper. Tho address is HATKKIN'S RF.F.I) IIOUSK, Iowa, iiox 750, Shen-aadoah, Baugliman, J. II, Carter, llutidy for Catarrh Mende, A. J. Bailey, J. II. Myers, J. Frank Rniitl. Father Leo, llenrv Jentsrh, Antr.n Thomas, M. D. lilmore That Contain Mercury tba ef i mfrcorr wilt uinlx itratroj- - Dui wim trm imcll nu CMUiivi-itu ) wbeu iH'rL tuitrlng It turuutfli tb iuui-ohurt. fturfait1. arthl, ttiuulvl uor tw ei! rurH on prrurlp. 4 lrlaiu, lions rruiu repuublr tbv Umniice iimt iii ut i iru 1.44 iu iiiw kwmi juu mo put. Iblr lrrlf (ruiu tbrui. Iliilla e'atirrb l'ur. Dianufacturd br F. J. C'bur A. ek.. Tulrit. o. ruutalna vu eurrrurj, aud it takru IntrtniUr, artlutf dlrrctlj ui.o tbH Llou. aol muruui ur fam ut lb rural, la burins Hall's Catirrb Cum b aur ftM set tba stimlu. It I tavn Intiioallr aiul niadr Iu T"lVi. OMo, If t J. Cbinvy a l'o. Ivatliunnlali lrt. SmM 1 bottle. Pruftiiti. Vtlet, lie. Tali lUU'a t'atull I'llli tvr cvinll;tlua. Make OUR bank YOUR bank & Trust Company Surplus, $1,000. 0. L. PKNNY, M. II, Stops Falling Hair Hall's Hair Renewor certainly stops falling hair. No doubt about it what ever. You will surely be satisfied. f a Gapital, $50,000.00. Pres. J S, niCK, J. D. EADS, TAILITI. rr SALIN, Cashier. V.(..SMlTH,A.Cash.r. -- , ag-iri- laaaaaaaaH - 'SJ fi. f TevH-- . it: .tuM mSSMI w W R2OT "tc. v fitv. ,.v 5S "? S W5& ., 1 . V? . V.' jf si. ' a . '' i JVC -- . ' it v sft:Stf;'."7 i .c :',, HUM GMfr sold l.C" 'S MWM .i.c. ,fri - al Ate l B t laaMMW ?! WH, - vr - t iTiHe of (Wry.-)r- 4fs4ninnf. m MhMMf uzRI MMMNi - MiH'SMW. '! IafiWti'iwfWWfHifwerr ,i fci" J,;MlPl - - jt : w 4 . Jbttfttf jkr IN IM mmtu v W I'av Wi. tTil ' vi " 'itWt-ifjf- IHHuIUITWjBy MiW Tvar"WWT' '.' fww'are'of Iw.HOiimcvP'WH J J eTMn ror na iirr.auT.. ". W.li. Srtn,WWTifomrf f rev lectidn, bougtii a. Vow 'Ai .H oi cirnl' imjr jnV'i'lM&4te' JMhMwW km ;lrt at T.!1 ,,". -- Wv; Hl JB$ - 'itraEaMr Afi:-- r ."7 wd Pret:hMvillfor JIIJ niSmSmmmMiMmIi, . ?8 n. -- i of M Mta: wto I 9'R''Wtff or .urtinurn tm'v; "' . 'i v:i . i, i ' .'" .""arcr"' r ! 1 ulk -- tWii'iH, iKii - ofatnrtSnvjlliYor ,Faulknri:o V fol"-four n( calve Ciab Orchknl tA. la& ."i lind. f the Cat t F, "EdifarJ' ham jtt! JV.r.r- .tl T. hrrnlrr .. U. rpj.. ir f. . "r,, mT. . '1 I Af TKqc.)H;7r t y 'k.rr Shorthorn !lftv r7-- ovr '.' le., r- '"iTfiriTtl'ht MfMigt v tc- 17" Hrt-uii- lor,J85, ,. ssaaft?, t?.i imtcuw-t-K UfKVU ! I wi &?raR! J" . ffiMffl&lm rtbulyvC?:? t. 4 - ' ,11 it''r.l r - v... r.' rV of oiir . yf contrete m t, iT1Pt- - yj ,& 7 . . i4i w A kW HaDM. as " r,ffiw,r; the "s'-fifvS.S-fti ..lT' r? fcv-:- ?i" vXT?' . '- -: rsss? 8&'-r;i&:- 3. ?l life f. ;"ry r--. stfip.J" SHtnilSilSHl&i - ' f anTr5t .f i ? j L.t' Jl?i.?SWR" 'J I's.-- J iwir, .Jit"..3vv5 !kiii- 4 r.7c7 '. ri tf JC spedairc6riract ?wiIuiy1Jcu.xuc" ? SW y. " vi made from latf creations,JjesKskilled1 workmen. fabrics,-- ' l" taflwH'Jbtfie We by -all-wool tev'Bgyecf wt.9 ' .7wi 3? ' jyr-- . w ji . ' Vi - suboosed tosellfora tfreat de&l iribre mbhev than vve ,astf vou tor them, yet by buying sdmany weiget;the creain. These'su1tswer 4 -.- '7i i, - '" COMESELL THE BEST CLOTHING WE AND SAVE THE DOLLARS. CAiifan e.MA., mhJi'fti. ; :v" Ui ra11 v; - .1 RoBinson's Stanford, Kentucky See FarrisKor Stoves ! I t , , and cook stoves we sell. Come and look The most economical,' satisfactory and cleanest Way to heat a ropm is with one e heaters. And the best of our and quickest and therefore the easiest way to cook is with the kind of ranges high-grad- GEO. t; H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky At Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds Go To When you want 2 roHcr process cpi mill. v! t- TWboty warehouse, 32x50,'and 10,. OX) fesjieljclevator; good .stock bjirn, has ffl ill ootf Ctntdijinn Mghr-I'lan- t it it,. ! ot'lv and is ' cJrv! enjoying, increlsing patronage. e4 .Saffijfttifctow! neichTOtfs-pos- f dig-CincinnaH, "forWKiciflie rJec'l " ' Tins tlfftric plAiU . installed in a ' olid, concrete house, and is. pnr ot the e. CviiOSu iUequipped ligh tplaififs fpiu small fir, joruaiij oi riawKiusmc, ua . ower? ..We Wave ; itauttiltSJOO'DCr head, to Tho.liar own that cin be bot'gN. The mill t to mmc ; andtMircoMMa tiac-'cwapirld together two head al and light plant will MuuTinfcTXfJrfjiiWiBigitn7niirr jfr' rwntingthem, and bwM ML afprc ,,,c anif tfien separately, .in'd'wc' "reserve Mr-- Ro',er(s-o- f J , ' Mwir. tj v jty"v f the right .to accept the "belt1, bid. An ,-. one looJtiB Jor a'real.lUetms'inj'wiU ' 2TTieC WjmHIi "" .." Id T( loVdR'Ctfrdtr.-rMJMiiirtH- .r . . a nthlofl v. I i ui..j, Iwu.n.-..- -, t y 1jV I do well tj investigate. hTS,plaai? It,ir M..Wn.ttM t'..- !,. l. .7" w pair 'of aaett 'U?1' 1UUI9 I "i crhead, and 15 from MrMcClanahan locatid jji one of lh? tcst'littVovn price nKnown ; . Harrison county, at $145 per head. in4hi part'of the tatef ,lffere(f'witli W.fCJ. JKloyd; oflhe Wm tnu. snip-- d olit or Reserve. a carload of extra goo3 work TH.RMS-eMa- de HMjJWWjp known on day ol Meadow'r Sale at Danville mules'to Atlanta, ua He recenea irom "t , ; The sale'of Jason Meadows, at Dan-ill- sal " . rrrerr- $1K' to $240 per head. uanvnic, iy. aicracttd a JaYxe crowd The farm 16-- 2 TCR One D 'Unglish, Auctioneer withdrawn at $12? 52 per acre. One blue was .vrk mule, aid foiy liphfU of mules brought $400 one pair T ' ,. u. vf xi Ronton, Hustonviue-- j pair . VrassseeJ Wka Pal the Tkc horse mules. $.VX); 1 year ) ear-ol- d 1 K. No. 1. This is the Season when llrecics and Ilrtglii Suniliine. wake Gali li'ig mate riiiilc. $100; farm horses, $80 -- '" Tennis.'ilathingU Riding, an all other Outdoor Spo'rjs opAUy ',Vb&Fauikrnr, of the Preachers to $100, milk cows, $40 to $o0; bunch Vic Ivk. for Tbii TiJf-Mi-- ' -. ioiablc. r- .vjllesectt'.--j. o!'J,hls farm ul of hyrt jcarlinB steers which would ALLENtsT(H?Tc Collctt ami wemli alouJ (CO, 45; ha, $19 a ton; land, to Messrs- ; The AnttMutir l'nwttrr for Ten. hdwacd Hpklnr, of'thc Kasl lind, for new corn $425 per barrel; farming im T'lJK.rt iter Arhlm Vtrt Solt evtfy. . unrni 5.W0 1cni;ntJ, etCj sold uell rjv ALLEN 8. eLMSTEB, Lc Kay, N. Y, Premium CartMr of SiAi Roberts, Dr J. I.. Jones.-WtOffers excellent service and most 'attractive routes Historic McKee Bros., Sale v Brown. Sr., and J, U. Simpson, of Mon: Sfcntc Commercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot of the Worlds ticrllo, deliered their 1ior sold on Atrk'rr Hrn . &alp of Ierri lioffs at " . . I . Stop En Route Thecc Famoui Southern Reeerto conyaci as xriuay o Forc?l ijomc j.arm near i.ri,anon, was COME TO THIS STORE ofMonticellciJ one of thebigsest eer held in the south) AIKEN CHARLESTON SAVANNAH ff.P Ten comimrthrec-ea- r and possibly the best one held in the We Are Nov Making c broke; Otne fine 'bred United States so far this jear Sixtj- AUGUSTA COLUMBIA . SUMMERVILLE fog iwid fwoyc'rsey heifers to Suecial Prices on Blankets and head axeraged $125. Sous bred be fresh in the spring. R. L, .Berry, ntue Asheville- in of th Sky" Comforts to Defender aeragcd $215 The 3- Hustonvillc. car-olsow. Topland, bought by Mr Bamjhman, of ncar.Slielb City, I J. H. Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourists Fares Variable ei) I.o DRUGGETS. RUGS AND MANTEL lour Fares. Stopoers and other special features. sold 30 head of, 1.300 lb cattle .to S. Stoll, of Kirksville. Mo, and a weanMIRRORS Vor information as to schedule, fates and through Slrepiaf,' Car Weil, of Lexington, .lor S7.MJ per jiun ling gilt b Orion's Pal bought b) J J e G. B. PRUITT- .- - Moreiand. Kv. delivered llie MiUliell, of Lake Geiea. Vi, each xicc communicate iith )our lotal agent or "' They are I dred. sold for $500. lloth arc bred to Defirst week in March. U H TODD. D P. A . li J McCall, of Louisiana, fender Main WJ7 Starks rtuilding; Frwuply Sandert wlio' pilrchised fifteen gilts, was one Calls Mike Rogers and City 9J8 Lotn.xllle, Ky. bought the farm of Van Kecton, of the Bay Nieht of the largest Infers. Hubble section for$50 an acre. This farm contains 80 acrc, is good1 land C. C. Carpenter Dellevered Cattle and is V in excellent community. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist C C Carpenter, of the Vcst Knd C: Allen and N. D. Snow, of 0 Office Phone 194; Residence 204 hogs of who is considered one of the best stock' bought a carjload of KENTUCKY : It h the only rtai conlinuout of that section, has j isst dc-- j STANFORD, N. W. Pipesj.also of Hustoiuille nd feeders door opening. I 18 head of his ensilage fed" cjt paid livcred shipped them to Cincinnati. Ihej Hoop mad of teted steel. tic to James Yowell, the boss tock from scncii and a half cents ju eight Hoop can be djuitrd from ladilealer of. tlic West lind. 1 he) weigh We tall von heir, and navtMtrfcrt ' and a half cenfs per pound. der front door flame. prlcra. We are itraler.: mtabllahetl cd 1,211 (k)imds "per, head and brought In 1S.V; andean do UUTTl'.K for yen Doori made of California Red. jf llRidfyrdstitle $7 CO per lutndred. C C. Carpenter, Mr Carenter has than agent or commlulon tner wood. "The Wood Eternal." chants. Reference! any bank la Loo road, "near fustonilte, lought of remodeled his barn and built a large Tha location of our factory givc-Urine. Write fur wetklr price list. "Voung and Gill, of Adair .count) 25 concrete si)6 and lias water in the barn. lowttifctUklfrora miltt to factoi?. and froat fat. M. BABEL A. SONS ay 1oHot la you. ("I ttlltr silt A U L wkil SC trSHIftlL R. $40 There! a baserncnt under .this large ttl head of elra mountain steers at fot culo anil w.iaa( ua y DANVILLE, XY DOM'S l riMf, NrVKI, M9C LOUISVHXK SatO AND TANK CO. per head The catle had been cared barn and when the cattle are placed in MpMatoJ) for for several dajs at the Union Stock theie thr do not know what winter OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S 1MMU IT r.lMaUMr. ards in the West Knd of town. time is here , will yll FARM FOR SAI.li- .-l TREES d acre privately mj; farm of 26 Straw birry plants, fruit and shade peur the Uluc Lick fhurch Has ces, shnihs. roses, asparagus, grape a loxcd house of thrte rooms; good rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed 32 younq sines, well, a good orchard of about Orchard etc. F.er) thing for trees. Ha? all necessary outbuildings. and garden. Free catalogue No agents If not told before court day in March, 1841 H. F. Hillemneyer Sens 1913 will sell to the highest bidder in front Nurserymen since 1841 of courtliouse. G V. Snow den Lexington, Kentucky mare wuic icr ro 'g.lrCcrf.Waynebrk, for 195. R. G. 'Arnold ?oldto T. W. Jones, ihi'te 6"D0'poundvcows atid'jhree SOD 4 r Mioiino nci?f lor iijtfiwn oi stockman of IliU R. G Aniold "place .bought frgm. IsaaJ IIa)s, of I.o ganton, an BOOjpdund cow tax $40. f'. If- - t'hnmntfiff. fii.AtrtcTieMVlifc. bcmelit.10 lift pound ihoaw ram V. , . . i. ... . - . rS . .". . m. Conner or j'reacnersvnic ai v nt T ilSS-- i &5 f "WeTCTmare inulcifor $150. . . ii u 1' m, snwrcq tn monnctuw, '.. i.v .. t -J iu Tift DncoWfeoltnty, wif uuivni' o to 10 acres oiktoracco avei-o- t &m'k'&2&' LW.AHanWFaytlfrf Mf " wit warn .Mmmi'i'Mi Ttmft: r- vJMrWwlu. ..4 . pk ii W id."rrsTTT r"jyc. rrrr;zritm' w ihmhm r. mrr fBmm,tzmm.'i wih VirAN rk&'ltJ 'RBNTSSiJIfc f: MM j(ir.-'vWllnhi- r gi k$t d!du ti.-- .S . '. f t-- a ciihivmM anoj sf"!! -- oKirtvrt-Wt- ' TZ. Kangsj'kr., mule tov prnddrcs;Wr.1.C R. rKto-,ikt- - mxL "T- - w . T T V- . : -- - .f," .- Rrtk?tVV S(ntr "iTros. of"1 Montrcrllo. 'sold foiir jyfrs of one, and , twoo'tar-of- d They-shipp- r:rJi. v'ii U'.iV).;hik '5i, 9Jfeto Bood-pnc- jiwctaiyJMra'S e. jmmH ffi rr;,,:rr ;.,;.;: '' "" HiW Wi different par; ies. to, Jltt.ptr p.i!rv c.ir nt nogs anu catueio uincinnij Tail week, and ,markct oW.J. W. Simpson and G.'WrGreaf JJ hfad.bf mall cattle inls- - week, at $8 pcnliead. jhowrt'an The Pari m'ufe market BrtusiMtl ArtKhv durinlt' the 'past month. 'ihi firm of..Cayw6od:,! McCjijiock ai' an, average oi I VJia'.Vlieau $Imo $200 per head'Tllej: alw fold Willi a' modern boJtwy Stmth1; purifier,' wers . WehinemlCk Veil and I'r1ce( 1 Wrwtnjjiy anjAjWSgW bftiHr. three am p'actiaii)1; mwinu, witn a capa sifier-- ( system ALl . U.he'milliA rmiKtt w u' jiiHbiams'JT rrArfgcfCat? v i x.;J K.jyi. .rfhi ' .,'Ui.,fT"?C "V. .. fv I." r Vr.-aiWh . i - - z; JL"? s 1 : . i.-r- !i.l V .&S. - 3- j ft. lBBBBBBBBBBB 1PBB FX1 V IBTCV IBBBBBBBBBBBBr tt.Si rFS s jte. I i LXfil BISc M 1 .'W . '1' U- H. HIGG1NS -" S. -' SS " . cky2rtL5 a f(tThis brrsgrrdayj Jt also.hai I s ri Why.NolOait .i. TT ' -- ao let beni sersice'-lSononl- hs Siovd.soa.iiiattock.'iMJr, MtnseHiKcK, bprrowing your hole ger, single wire, stretcners,. long hanafe ywrWigMT,wHi Sr nrfiJ .'""'' Le-so- "."': kl bV-bi- wwPSAW.'RY-- e, AfUnitfttat, "S.L. fic-ear-o- i( d. FT ;ORTDAfc &&Wr;m ,fjfrr. T3ii" f' ?iaj i.j .. rrst iJ ...-fej .'M.I tt j t 3-- lo-'-l- p. iJO.-acre- ii Pac m EEalaFEET Mu .."' ? 7- iV ,i. -.. .- SOUTHERN at RAILWAY the SMth' n sr. .t- - i n. . ..'..!-..- c.l !... ' If Ytu Want Bargain .Vl XSi J.i 1 bfe-i4kw- imC 13-- tf 'The Laad fq-i- S. Imwirid . tr Dr.JaknCofk,V.S.tD. -- SP Hus-t6tyil- Dr.ltairyUasey Veterinary Surgeon I -t T1 M-- )t MONEY' , i?.f r w. ". . V V 2 l ti pn. aw iTAll 3-- 4 situ-nte- I WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES ENERttY 3S5 1 17-2- t r- :& iQ3 . i" ITfi r r - The Big Sales Continues We have decided to continue ten days longer. Ladies' Dresses, Ladies' Suits and Skirts Children's Dresses, Men's and Boys' Clothing Ladies' and Children's Shoes. DON'T FORGET THE GENT WILL BUY 4v WT t. n. ?ic: Eggs Beef, sirloin Mutton, leg Milk ?.: .. T. D. Newland Opposite Court House ' 410 445 1030 1035 " ?, m i u-- 'vj STANFORD. KY. 5 i Pork loin Breakfast Cheese Foods ... " ....,. Z.. 1117 V .) GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies,L ideal weather, and outdoor cujoyuient dupcl all ought of winter's discomfort. ..1185 1365 2025 2950 Tf si K " fl fl Men's Royal Blue Shoes When you buy One pair you will buy from us all the time. Lined Underwear, per suit 65c Men's Fleece Big line of suit cases. This is the time for you to save money. Don't forget to come and get our prices. Remember the place. Butter Rice WINTER TOURIST FARES AVAILABLE NOW VIA THE BEST MADE. . Potatoes Beans, dried WHEAT FLOUR 3041 B54t V INCLUDIN EmrgyllNult awl StrfRgtK liviR 1-- TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA, "LAND NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND OF THE SKY." LONO RETURN LIMIT. R TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE" EQUIPMENT, - t' a' V C. PRIVILEGES. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult anv Ticket Ascot or write Ajwtf, 191 Ert Ualn St. Lwlngten, Ky. d Tick KWf. fm Bargain Store SALEM to 3 cents, will g&a One pound of flour, costing 2 oi meat costing lb to 2) cents per pound. Urder Patent No. 1 Flour from your grocer. He has 'it, 2 n, J. H, BAUGHMAN H ; JBBB fc v. y" T . IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBSadbJML v t ir4Afc?" S . Vl -- ,.4iMLru r" l HL:." vtBL - 'i .il jKa !