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ESTABLISH ED LINCOLN spJ The Interior Journal 'f,4 V --Jt iMO-S- Sth ThiWaptr Stops When Year Timt It Up Watch the Data Oa Label and Kcncw Promptly. YEAR. NO. 18 STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCIt 3, 1914 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS ", PETITIONERS FOR STATE WIDE PROHIIITION I Large Number of Clfiient Urge Representative Saufley to Vote For ' Temperance Measure Frankfort, leaders Ky , Murt.li 2. Temperance from tilt over Kentucky ? k ff K : ft- - 2- IT r & . L"l Lr ! V I; 4 a" r r oh &i it J- - :f liVS (lie legislature Thursday ami were given an oppoiliuiity to urge in public addresses tiiii the member the passage of tlic dill submitting the qucs-liut- i of tatc wide prohibition to the people for a vote. Three splendid a dresses were made l Rev. W. Ii. ot Danville, sice president of the n League, I)r I'alincr, preside nt of the league and Mr. France Ii. Ileauchatup, president nl the W. C. T. U Three prominent democrat and citi- zrn oi Lincoln comity, Rev C. II (ircer, '. O. Walker, cluirnian of the ( ommitire. Democratic C'n.iiity and C II. Caller, came with the othir temperance workers and brought lengthy petitions to Representative Saufley, of I.mcohi. and Stnator Montgomery, of Casey urging that they tote for the bill. There are aliout .500 name on the petition Mitnnittril to Representative Saufley and the visitors from Lincoln told him that other petition arc being signed all over Liiuoln tonnly ami will he forwarded to linn at once. The jume on the petition on tin imort- aut question, which hate o far hren scut to him are ."N,follow-- : .'. I. Wtlimit, Wilton Alexander. G W. Kogcr W C Feints Itj T. Luns-torJ; M Gotcr. Ii II. hallartf A. A. McNolicis J II. Foster, J.'T Spooua-morJ. T. Duddeiar, W. C. Shank. W I.. MrCar.y, S. I. liurdcttc. Ii. M. Walker, J. W. Ireland. J. T. Hacklc.t, Sam 0 Castclb George Routt, A. C. Carmen. R. R Noel, A S. Price, li. D. M. Walker. J II. W. llauKlniun. J Waller. Wallace Walter, J C McClary, J. A. Hall, Wallace Singleton, d II Cooper, A. C. .Mill, W T Tucker, - II. Ottcus Joseph J "helps. I. Frank Smith. F .V Sim, J. F. Anderson. J M. Lour. P. M. Chas Salem, J. N Minefce, Sr. C. II. Adam. C W Dunlap. R. 1. Aliinglu. J W. linker. S. M. llauKlunun, J. A. Allen. J W llryant. R. - l'orter.Jcte D. Wearen, Win. etcr.tnce, K RejiiohN, W. II. T I) Rauej, W. C, Wither, C H. Hotter. T D Nettland, II. Q. nderon. John II l.cntz. Naac Salem, T J. Hill. Sr., Sam Malheny. Wyatt Smith. J II IVrkin. W. X. CraiK, A. V. (irime, d. SiiiKlrtotr; O. I). Itonnc, C. M Talc. II C Kiiplcy. ! 1) Hal-l- a rd, J. W. Hrarkrtt. IM McNttffcy, R. M. llaker, J S llauijhmaii. S. D. Catuphtll. C'ljdc (urti, Motion Wall. W II Mueller. Walter Warren. M. I). Farly. J. II Sartam. W. 1 Kincaid. M C" Nrwland. I I. Phillip. II. I). HaiiRhm.iii. J. II tircer. I). j Rir'''. Marry Jacobs. M. H. Votmif, T. j. Mill. Jr, F. T Lr.no. ') T. Illanken-liip- . Jacob Paull. I). ii. Sontharil. G. V HriKlit. Alfreil Farmer. C. T. Anderson, lililm Miracle, d W. Snow-deR. L. Vano). II C harris, Ii. I Reiiiharl, Joe M.irlctt. K R. MutchuiR, ) Hrottu. Alfred W. II. W. .Reynold. A C Sine. W O. Martin, TImh M. Phillips, II J. McRobcrt. 11 t lUuKlmiaii. J. S. Ilikcr. J. R. lUtn. W W Saunders J. M. Pctttis R M hithT. C 1. Cover, CeorKr II. "arii. John HriKln. Jr., Tho. P. IlrinlU. J. P Chancellor, O. P. Muff-maMbert Von liriicntKau, Waller (J. Smith, W. P Crime. J. W. Reese. J. II Woods (leiirc ,V. Hiirdettc, D. T. Tribblc, A. P. Hrack-et- t, llni.iii.icii. W Ii 1. Pi nee. Cecil MaimiiiK. M W. R P Cooper. J. H. Hecfe, McWiiorlt-W. P. Martin. J. W Cook, II. C. Lutes, W I' Moore, ( Ii Lilies, John Lutes. James Snot.-- , Walter Shelton, (!eore La, A. II Speat. J. R. Routt, F. P. Hobbitt. S Moltclaw, Tom Meadow, C II (Jreer, J A. DcHordc. J. F. D DeathrraKe. V. V. White, Cnibb. lohu IVpple. J J lleldeii, Dan Milburn, A. I. Rankin. I). S. Kiffc.-- I Cha. Coffey. II. J Luce. F. L. Davis. W L Murphy, F N Terry, lid Terry. J W Williams F. Lee Mill, W. A. Carson. W. IJ. Mi'KKin. W. II. Ilrady. A. L. Pence. Marry Mill. l, . Ptrry. M. II Salin. J. S Campbell, J. (j. JVtalherofrd. I). S. Hromley, J, T. Jone. Jan. Turner, Arnold Ilrady, (ajtc IK) Wm. Carson (ae 18). A. T. Hromley, J. !. Peyton, Littleton Warren (ape 15.', W. T. Mershon (aue I"), J. Gooclt. W. P. Stephenson, F. F. Ilailey, O.'H. Vauhook, 'i. II Graham, R. C Walkin. S k Stephenson. T. W Jones O. L. Jones W. II. Hihmic. J. N. RamlK). W A Fubanks L. II. Stone, W. P. Iluchanan. I). C. W. O. Walker. Martin Law son, R F. Cabell, K. W Fowle. W. C. Cam-tleThomas 0. Tapp, Frank Spoona-morWolford, Sid Collier, Georse John Spoonamorr, I'li Dennis, S. Rice, C. C. Tapp. J M Jones. J. S. Nay lor. I W. Stewart, Snnih Forman, James Farmer, W. R. Corminey, It. L James, . G. Sooiiauiore, Andrew Tapp, Tom ' Adanu, W. I). I.unsford, M. R Wfs terfield. K. L. Dcalherage, lid Smith, 11, C. Smith. Ii.ln.ir Martin,' R. U AlbriKht. I. It, Hilton. M. S. Mohley. It. P Martin. Sam Murphy. W. A, Mohtcy, Hob Adams T D. .Nforsan, 11. T. Martin, V. Patterson. C. L. r, W T. Plununer, T. J Carrier. Clarence DeatheraKe. J. W Raine. J. M Martin, J. V. Price. T. I). Martin, A. P. Stewait.SId Jrimlnus J.M.Crcss, T J. JenniiiK. John Lee Robert. I T Smith. (J. W. .Goodrich. lilisha Pence, George Latvson. V. T. Smith. W. A. Mohley, H, L. Martin, C II. d, .Anti-Salooe, .1 r ,1 . CDye-hous- e, n, e, stormul Carter, M S llaugbman, P L. Ilruce, U, S. Officer Too Well Paid Teacher and Trustees DANVILLE'S FIRE LOSS The K. Ii. A. tvill be held in LouisT. K. Tudor, G. f.. drier, John F. Washington, March 2. In the opinMORE THAN $100,000 Rignej, J. M Phillip, Richard Hutch- ville, April 29th, 30th and May 1st, and ion of Kir" tentative Harvey Helm, inson, M M. Sweeney, C W. Lowell, 2nd. Last year there were 89 counties Gilcher Hotel and Ktdire Business the officers of the United States army J. A. James, I. G. Jones, J. C). New-lanrepresented a having permanent memarc too well paid. His ire tva arousBlock Destroyed Early S. M. Vauhook, W. O. Watt, 11. bers. Lincoln county came .Wth on the ed during the consideration of the Monday Morning D, Holirclaiv, Oscar Moltrclaw, Charlist. Let us come nearer the top of Army Appropriation bill in the House ley Sltv art,. Arthur G. Smilli. the list this year. I will be glad to The famous old Gilcher House at Friday when Representative Humphe a large attendance of the TrusDanville was completely wiped out at rey insisted in an earnest speech that attend. tee and teachers. am Sam Robert Buys Farm In Mercer n Sam Roberts, a farmer of tin county, who so.d hi farm, situated n the Somerset pike in the May. wimmI section, to A. C. Mill, socral mouth ago, bought recently a farm in Mercer county. The farm that he I ought is about four mile from on the Dry llranch pike and contain 7K acres and he paid $80 per arre Mr Robert and family moved last neck to their new home. MARCUS PHELPS PASSES At His Home Richmond Very'Sufidenly In All can asking that you assist mo in getting as many a possible to go to this meeting. You can not afford to mis.it. Many of the leading educator not only from Kentucky, but other state will be there. Wc arc expecting President Woodrow Wilfon to address the having been" invited by the Kentucky Legislature to speak for us, Let mc hear from you if you think you can go. Rate plus 25c. Garland Singleton, Supt. 1 Asso-ciatioone-half AWAY Friday JNO. 0. DUNCAN'S SALE OF HOGS Hold at Lebanon Last Week Was Well Attended, Good Prices Paid 1 lie second annual sale of Duroc hogs held by John O. Duncan on his farm wist of Lebanon last Friday tva Fifty-si- x a big success. head brought $4,547.50, an average of ?81.20 per head. Uf the fifty-sihead sold, eighteen were sows bred lo Fancy Col, head of Mi. Duncan' herd. They brought an average of $14084 per head. There were betweeir40 and 50 buyers from a distance present at the sale, which was cried by Col. Iglchart, of Klizahcth-towx (Richmond Regisfer) Mr Marcus A. Phelps, one of the oldest and most highly respected citizen of our county died suddenly from heart disease Monday about noon at the home of hi relative Mrs Claude Walton on (iltndou atenuc. Me had sulftuiig fu.ni uraemic iMtisoning but in ill health for alxuit a month, his death came without warning from another cause The news of hi demise spread (prickly, brought and has great sorrow to hi large family connection and hi many friend throughout the country . Mr. Phelps was one of our oldest Me citiiius, heiittf in hi. 9ih year. had pcnt his entire life in this counts . and was honored and respected of all men. He was a country gentlc-uuof the highest type, and peacefully liteil out his career on his broad acres on Jack's .Creek pike, dispensing a generous hospitality surrounded by his children and grandchildren, and cuj.it ing the blessing of a life well spent. He was a nun of the utmost mtcerilt, of the most irreproachable life a dct out mcmW of the Christian churth i. f vsliis.lt he was ctcr a pillar, and ii all ways measured up to the fullest standard of true manhood. A few years ago he had the happi-iuuf tcltri. rating hi Golden Wedding, and a great concourse of his friends paid him and his most estimable wife their respect- - and felicitations mi having spent fifty happy tears of married life together. Me had the satisfaction of hating raised a latgc family to man and womanhood, of hating lited bejond the allotted span with the partner of hi joy and sorrow and of being at peace with God and man when the call came. Me is sunned by hi wife and seven children, who arc Messrs. D. M., Sam M , and R P Phelps, of his county. Dr May Phelps of Fullcrton. Tex., Mrs. John W. Fox, of Dawson. Ga Mi. New land Jone of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mil Richard Mocker of Stanford. To all of these the deep sympathy of their friends is extended. li-cs n. r. Dud-dera- Jt ll- Maurice Hudson Dead Maurice Hudson, of Danville, died at the llaiclwood Sanitarium in Louis-till- c last week. Me was the son of Mr. -, and Mr'. Humphrey Hudson, of The remain were brought to D.iutillc. Friday, and the funeral and iiitirmi'iit occurred Saturday. He had in failing health for some months ami was takui to the Sanitarium in Louistilh. where the best medical skill and etery attention could be rendered him, in the hope that his condition might be improved, but without avail. Read This He was a nephew of Mrs. Lucy HenTim Ti'xns Wonder Kidney cure ley, of this place. euro) diabetes mid nil irregularities uf tbu kidncv nnd bladder in both ini'ti nnd women. If not sold by your Gretnberry Mcintosh Acquitted druggist, will be ent by mail on Greenherrv Mcintosh was acniiiltrd of $1. One Kiunll bottle is two at Jackson of the i barge of killing months' tmitment mid oeldoin fails (reenherry Combs 1 hi was the case to perfect n cure. Send for Kenin which Mr lid Callahan and her tucky tehtitnoninls. Dr. D. W. Hnll, brother Leonard Dr.itnn, were arrest '202(1 Olive street. St. Louis. Sold by druggist. ed as accomplices but later released. (Adv) The Ii. S. Mates sale of fine Dnroc Jcrsijr hog at Springfield last Sat- - Early Disking Often "Makes" Corn iiuiay, urctv tiujer to bprmgficlil trom More corn failures result in Kansas many stalls. Fiflv-ouhous sold at from an insufficient supply of moisan aterage of $126 per head. ture, says the Valley Fanner, than from any other reason, harly disking is the Local Woman Now A Big Advertiser remedy. The subsoil forms a large resWhen one of our women customers ervoir where an excess of water may recently Might file liottle of Har- be stored for future use. '1 he spring mony Mair Heatitifier to gite to her rainfall can be saved by stirring the friends for Christina, she started all ground so it tvill enter freely and by by herself mighty big advertising campaign, because not onlv does each one keeping the top soil worked to prevent of the women to whom she gave a Iwt- - evaporation. If com land is not plow, tie ol the lleautilier now consider it cd it should he disked early in the indispensable for the proper care of spring. Double disking is better. Diskthe hair, but each of them has been ing keep the soil from urying out so the means of getting seteral of her friends to use it As a consequence, if rapidly, Later in the season the moisthings keep on in this way for a few ture in th: subsoil will rise to the months longer, we will be selling more surface as the crop uses the surface of it than of all other hair preparation lies ides preserving water, diskSprinkle a little Harmony water combined. Hair Heatitifier on )our hair each time ing will help make a better seclbed and before brushing it. Contains no oil, destroy a great many o. the first crop will not change color of hair, nor tvreds, A little early workas soon as. darkiu gray hair. To keep hair and scalp dandruff-fre- e the land is dry enough to work help and clean, Use Harmony Shampoo. to pull the crop through a critical per'I his pure liquid shampoo gives an iniod in the summer time. J stantaneous rich lather ..iat immediately penetrates to everyjurt of hair Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured and scalp, insuring a quick, thorough There is nothing more discouraging cleansing Washed off fust a quickly, the entire operation take only a few than a chronic disorder of the stom-a'Is it not surprising that many mopients. Contain nothing that can Inrni the hair leave. no harshness or suffer afor years with such an ailment when permanent cure is within their sickness- - just a sweet cleanliness. reach and may be had for a trifle? Moth preparations come in bottlts, with "About one tear ago," say P, H. very ornamental sprinkler lops. Harmony Hair Ileau-tif'c- r, Heck, of Wakclee. Mich.. "I bought a 50c, package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and Harmony Shampoo $1. lloth guaranteed to satisfy you in ev- since using them I felt prictly well. ery way, or your money hack. Sold at I had previously used any number of the more than 7.0(10 Rexall Store, and different medicines, but none of them in hi lotvn only by us Penny's Druif were of any lasting benefit," For sale bv all dealers, store. Dan-villi-n pt h. Fancy Col., head of Mr Duncan's herd, was until recently owned Jointly by Mi. Duncan and Ii. S. Mayes, of Springfield. However, recently Mr, Duncan purchased the interest of his partner, and is now the owner of the hog. Following will be found the names of the buyers at the sale and the price paid for each hog. C. J. Tanner, l.ibanon. Ky.. 200. Hahan Hro.. Osborne. Ohio, $170; John A. Sugg, Morganticld. Ky., $152.50; Ii. S. .Mayes Springfield. Ky, $140; Dr. C. Ii. Still. Kirkstille. Mo.. $200; Ii. A. Hillard. Clinton, Ky.. $165; II. K. Stewart, Washington, C. II. Ohio. $6$: Herl R. Stub. lilizabcthtown, Ky., $93; Chas. Young, Anton, Ky.. $85; R. M. Hanis-te- r. Lebanon. K., S87.50; W. E. Card-wil- l, Anton, Ky.. $56; F S. Mate, Springfield, Ky., $90; Dr. H. It. GoodHe ing, Tiffin, Ohio. $137.50; Smith Hall, crmillion. 111., $117 Lee; A. Sccarce, l.ibanon. Ky., $61; Miller X Hodgenvillf, Ky., $50; Lee A. Sccarce. $49; K. - Johnson, LaGrangc Ky.. SSI; Lee A. Scearce. $45; Ii. R Mulching. Midway, Ky., $40; Lee A. sccarce, $51, R. J. Sanders, Pulaski, Tenn., $125, II. L. Mnir. Hardstown, Ky., $90; Truax & Son, Sycamore, O.. $181: Howard Gcrlaugh. Osborne O.. $153; Peacack Hro Cockran. Ga.. $130; F. O. Underbill, Greensfork. Ind., $75; John M. Williams, Pembroke, Ky., $135; F. M. Winger, Orrvillc, Ohio, $47, Chas. Young, $115; Lee A, Scearce $51; Lee A Sccarce. $48; F A. Millard $50; Ii. R. Hutching. $42.50; Itob F.wing New Hampshire, Ohio, $71; Hob $48; Hob Ewing. $48; I.cc A. Sccarce, $67: C J. Tanner, $50; Lee A. Scearce, $47; Lee A. Scearce $51; C. E. Tate. Stanford. Ky.. $25; F. M. Wenger, $47.50; Hugh Larue, Modgen-tillKy., $30; R, M. Banister. $62; R. M. Ilanister. $60; R. Y and J. H. Penoleton, Pembroke, Ky.. $20; W. Ii. Cardwell. $51; Lee A. Scearce. $25; W. Ii. Cook. Corydon. Ind.. $112; Lee A. Scearce 2i; F. M. Wenger, $60; G. F. Dreschel. Forest. Ohio, $S0; Wm. W Watson, Fairbanks Ind., $39; R. J. Hlakey, Campbcllsvillc, Ks. $2i. Ew-mg. e, an early hour Monday morning by fire which originated in the elevator shaft on the third story. The fire was discovered about one o'clock. The por-li- r hurried to the office and spriad the alarm. Clerk Webb endcatored to call the telephone office but found that the wire was disconnected. The por-t- ir hurried to the rooms occupied by guests and aroused them, while Webb ran to the telephone office and called the lire companies, which responded terv promptly. The theory a to thn origin of the fire is that an electric wire became crossed with a call hell wire, resulting in a short circuit which started the blare and caused all the bell to ring simultaneously. All the guests escaped. The Gilcher Hotel was owned by Mrs Fmcllnc Gilcher, of Danville and probably worth $50,000. The insurance The clothing cairied was $20,0lX). store of T. O, Miller tva a total loss, the fire had gotten under such a headway in such a short time that not a Mi thing was saved in this store. loss will be alKHit $18,000 with $9,000 insurance. Some goods in the establishment of Cook Sc Cable were saved. They had $3,00l) insurance . The clothing store of M. Joseph & Company was completely destroyed. Loss aliout $8,000 and insurance $3,500. The Grocery store of M. Geary was heavily damaged by water, fire and falling wall. The chairs in the chairs in the Gilcher House barber shop were saved. All the fixtures and furniture in the hotel wa lost. Danville is now practically without hotel accommodations. The interior of the Clemen House has been undergoing repairs, all paper has been removed from the walls and Mr. Weisin-ge- t states that at this time the building is not in condition to be occupied. The Gilcher Hotel Annex tvill probably ly be converted into a temporary hotel to accommodate some of the traveling people, while the over-flowill be forced to secure accommodation at the various boarding house. It is presumed that the Clemens House will he opened as soon a possible and that in connection with the Annex will provide tempoiary accommodations. It is eery probable that immediate step looking to the erection of a modern hotel with conveniences. w fire-pro- farmer, who disappeared a week ago, was found hanging from a pole placed on two large rocks. Savage lived near Parmleyville, in Wane county. the salaries and pcrquisitic of officers Whether Savage committed suicide or ranking from "a Sergeant to a Lieu- wa murdered no one ha been able to tenant General" were incommensurate acr''iln. In his xckit were found with the service they performed or $250 in cash and notes for $160. were prepared to perform. C. L. Cover Buys 'Meat Shop "I take issue with the gentleman from Mississippi," said the Kcntttckian L Cmvcr. who ha for a number who sertcd during the last Congress of tears conducted an resta chairman of the Committee on lix- - aurant in this city, has purchased the in the War Department. meat shop of Field Hro. pcndituic Mr. Gover "Army officers get too much now and will mote the shop in the same room, their salaries ought to be shaved where he has the restaurant and run down." th" two in connection. ROAD ENGINEER BILL Did Wayne Faimer Suicide? With his hands tied under his right IS..PASSED BY HOUSE leg with a strip of hickdry bark, one end of which was tied around his Saufley's Measure Gives People of Each nick, the body of Charles Savage, a County Right to Say Which System They Want t FARMERS' INSTITUTE HELD STATE FARMERS' INSTITUTE Held at Brodhead Last Week, Was a Takes Strong Position on Subjects of Importance to the State Great Success Urodhead, March 2. The Farmers' Institute held at this place 'Iluirsday the 26th, was It is pleasing to note the fact that great interest is being taken bv the farmers in these educational meetings, This institute wa held by the State Agricultural Department, and a number of good speakers were present. A program had been prepared in which some home talent was used to add to the pleasure of the occasion. Prof. Liken of the graded school made an interesting talk on the Corn Club of Rockcastle and enlisted a number of e young men, who it is believed tvill teach their fathers a thing or two, when it come to raising corn, where the amount and quality is to be considered, a step in the right direction for the young man The young ladies a well, were not slighted, from the fact that canning clubs are being organized by Mi Ella Carson all over the county, who was present on this occasion and gate an interesting talk. Domestic Science was no less interestingly presented by Mrs. Ginn to both old and young in the directors' room of the Citizens' Hank. George Hrummett sold to Wm. a mule for $125. Mr. Hrummett ha recently arrived from Pines illc with a car load of cattle that he i getting ready for the Stanford market. Corn is selling at $4.50 per barrel and hay is plentiful at a low figure. Hogs ate very scarce and milch cows are in great demand. Measl?s are about played out it seems as there are only 54 cases now in town. John Robins was in Richmond Saturday looking after the interest of the creditors of the Old Rockcastle CounThe bad weathty Fair Association. er is causing a halt in the work of cleaning the grounds for the New Htodhead l'uir this howeicr does not keep the interest down. Subscriptions are being received daily for the capital stock. An) one wishing stock in the new company will recciv attention by writing the secretary of the new asMr. sociation, John Robins, who will tell you the price of admission to our books at this time is only $5. With a view of another five a little later. The parties taking the citil service examination for the postofficc at this plaot some weeks ago are doing pleu-t- j of leading now searching the papers to sec if their names can be found in Washington new. All the regret we hate to offer is that the town and community amid not afford enough postoffices for all the democrats to hate one. The republicans are willing to stand back and sec if they can run Uncle Sam's business, R. S. Martin the tobacco man who has been very sick for sonic days is better at this writing. Rev. A. J. Pike filled his regular appointment at Oak Hill three miles east of this place. Mrs. Walter Smith, of Crab Orchard, vho wa Miss Mattic Owens, before her marriage i spending this week us the guest of her parents. J. Thos. Cherry, of Crab Orchard, ,was in this town one day last week looking after his interest here. The Literary Society held their monthly meeting in the opera house oter the Citizens Hank where an interesting program was presented. largely-attendewide-awaker LINCOLN After CIRCUIT COURT OVER Large Two Weeks' Session Number of Indictments The last trial 'in Circuit Court which consumed most of Friday and all of Saturday, was that of F. B. .Lcdford aguuist H. D. Holtzclaw and P. L. Cauder, The suit was on rate given for a lot of timber in Powell county. The defense was that Ledford failed to furnish a road to the timber as he had agreed to do and damagwas ask-r- d en this account, in the sum of 1 he jury was unable to agree on $10,-00- The State Farmers' Institute in session at Frankfort last week adopted on the following strong resolutions subject of vital interest to the people of the state: Wc wish to our endorsement of the Croan dog tax law, and to deprecate any effort to repeal or weaken the effect of the same. WV urge that the bill tending toward agricultural education be given your endorsement and especially- do we ask for the passing of such bills as provide foi the leaching of agriculture in our common and high schools. We affirm our interests in good xi ads, and in our opinion, the establishment cf a Highway Commission has l.ctM and ir valuable in this work. And, therefor'-- , tte deprecate any legislation, which may tend toward the aitivities of the State Highway CommifMct. as a step backward ami to the ctplcred. We wish to voice our approval of the p.opi.sed i.sliibition of the agricultural rcsour.es of Kintucky at the Exposition. It seems to us that failure to hate a creditable exhibit of our agricultural exhibit of our agricultural and lite stock interest will be calamity to our state. Fiutbtr, wo arc ipiile miic that the Kentucky State Fair is doing a great the farmer of Kentucky no.k and is deserving1 of all State aid heretofore git en it, and deplore any efforts which may lr made to repeal same. Fiuihcr, wc endorse the Farm Registration I'.ill as introduced in the Kentucky Mouse as a protection to the farmer ami as a progressive measure. We respectfully urge that the General Assembly enact the bill now pending enabling the Fiscal Courts to appropriate the money necessary to employ County agents in with the Federal Government under the Lett Hill. ham-periPan-Pacif- ic r nj 0. a tcrdict. The grand jury returned 108 indictment;, many of them for violations of the liquor laws and allowing minors to play pool. It also reported that the jail ha been well kept, but that it is sully in need of numerous repair. Champerlain's Tablets For tion. Constipa- For constipation. Chamberlain Tablets are excellent. liay to take, mild trial. Give them a ami gentle in effect. For ale by all dealer. A Western Kentucky Viewpoint Cinder the heading "A Splendid Servant", the Franklin Favorite, one of the leading democratic papers in the western part of Kentucky, had this to say of Lincoln county's representative in the legislature: Shelton M. Saulley, editor of the Interior Journal, i one of the acknowledged leaders of the Mouse, and the good people of his county liave"rea-so- n to congratulate themselves uon their selection of a representative. Trained in the newspaper business and thoroughly informed along lines of general information, Mr. Saufley also a tick of that rare commodity common sense and hence is serving his county, people and State with credit and satisfaction. pos-siss- es Frankfort, Ky., March 2. The House of Representatives on Friday passed the bill providing for a change in the road law, pertaining to the management of the roads in each county, which was the chief plank in the plat fcrm upon which Representative Shelton .Saulley of Lincoln county, mud.: the race to represent that county in the legislature. The bill, as passed by the house give to the people of each coun ty the right to say whether they want tl.eir roads managed tinder the road engineer system, which at present prevails or whether they wish to return to the old system of overseers with the men living on the roads to work them, and thus pay their poll taxes Representative Saufley has worked unceasing for this bill ctcr since the session began. He submitted, along with several other members, a' bill on the subjtct. Representative Rogers, of Marion county, also had a similar bill, which the committee on Public Road and Highways recommended for sage, after substituting the Saufley bill for Rogers measure. As Roger tva a .lumber of this committee and Saufley was not, the bill came out from committee under Rogers' name but i the original Saufley bill in every detail. When it came upon the floor of the House Friday for the final acton, Saufley .secured adoption of an amendment providing that upon petition of not less than three and not more than ten ptr cent of the voters of a county, the question of whether the people want to a vote of the people of a county, road engineer or not, must be submitted to a vote o fthc people of a county, and if the people vote that way they want the engineer, he will be elected as are other county officials, every four years. This amendment puts the . matter directly into the hands of the" people, it they so desire, to be decided" by their vote. Otherwise the question of which system the county's road shill be managed under, is left to the discretion of the fiscal court. Sauflej- - belieies that this bill will meet the wishes of a very large majority of the people of Lincoln county. When he made his race before the primary and in the general election, he found that the road question was one that the people as a whole considered more important at present than any other, and he pledged himself to do all in his power to get the to conform to their wishes. He has taken an important part in getting the bill through the lower house and it now goes to the Senate, where Senator Charles Montgomery, of Casey coiintv, tvill work equally as hard to secure its pasagc. Other senators are also intensely interested in this bill and it seems certain of passage thcref It will then be put up to the governor to approve or kill it The bill passed the House 69 to 1. paf rS ' ""vi n Rcpre-entnti- d VI t Prof. J. T. C. Noe to Lecture Prof. I. T. C. Noe. of State University, will lecture at the Stanford High School Friday uight, March 6. Prof. Noe ranks with Kentucky's best eduMis lectures are cator and authors. always entertaining and instructive. This lecture will be given for the benefit of the school. You Can't Earn Money When You're Laid Up There are a lot of people in this town who cannot afford to be sick, Perhaps none of you feci that you can, but certainly some of you can't, for as soon as ton are sick, your wages stop and debt begin to pile up. ami wo-- rt The sensible thing for you to do, a and worn Soon as you feel out, no matter what the cause, is to take something just as quick as you can to build up strength and health. Make voursell more comfortable and provide against serious sickness. We don't bcliete there is any other medicine "made that tvill do a much toward saving tour health and thus helping you sate your money as Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion. It is medicine that get right at the trouble and it by toning the nerves, enriching the blood, and giving new strength and health to the whole body It doesn't do tliis by mean of alcohol or drugs, because it contains none. Its .strength and healthgiving power is due to pure Olive; Oil and the M)iophosphitcs, long endorsed by successful physicians, the one for its food value, the other for its tonic value. Here, for the first time, they arc combined, and the result is a real nerve, medicine a blond and real strengtheiier tint we are proud to Yon don't need to tell ou about. hesitate in using it, because if it doesn't do all tte say it will and satisfy you in every way, it will cost you nothing. If it doesn't make you strong and well again, come hack and get your money. It will be given to you without word Sold only at the more or question. than 7.000 Rexall Stores and in ibis Penny's Drug, $1 town only by u. More run-dow- n habit-formilody-buildin- g The Forty Year Test An article must hate exceptional merit to survive for a period of forty Chamberlain's Cough Remedy years. was first offered to the public in 1872. From a small beginning it has grown in fayor and fiopulairty until it has attained a world wide reputation. You will find nothing better for a cough Or cold. Try it and you tvill understand why it is favorite after a period of more than forty years. It not only For sale by all gives relief it cures. dealers. Barnett Craven Ray Ciaxen, 2i, anil Miss Esther Uarnett. 17, both popular young people of this count), wire married at Ml. Salem, Sunday. HYOMEI John Scbastin, former vice president of the Rock Island, natite of Kentucky died at Evanston, III. Less Dyspepsia Now Here's Reason The fact that there is less dyspepsia and indigestion in this community than there used to be it larcelt. we believe. due to the extensive use of Rexall Dys pepsia I ablets, hundreds ot packages of which we have sold No wonder wc have faith in them. No wonder we are willing to offer them to yon for trial entirely at our risk. Among oilier things, they contain Pepsin ami Hisinuth, two of the greatdigestive aids known to medical est They soothe the inflamed science Xomach, alls pain, check heartburn and distress, help to digest the food, and tend, to quickly restore the stom-ato its natural comfortable, healthy ct RELIEVES IN FIVE MINUTES You Breathe It kold or catarrh,, i There u mi red tape uliout our guarantee. It imans just what it say. We'll Your word is ask ou no questions. If Rexall Dyspepsia rniMit.li for us. Tablet don't restore your stomach to health and make tour digestion casv comfortable, we want you to come aii-- i They are told b;irk for your mone) onlv at the 7.000 Rexall Stores, and in' i. town only by it. Three sizes, 25c, H'x and $1 Print)' Drug More. state If snm. bead is all stuffed lll from a you suffer with dull I'adacbes and seem lacking in vitality, arc constant!) sniffling and ctugh- ing, you need a remedy that will give the quickest, most elfectite and last-ni- t; relief possible- - something that will ot, char the head go right to the and throat and end your misery. druggists sell Surely use Htomei-a- ll It is iust such a remedy, and is it. eutitely harmless and pleasant to use you breathe it no stomach dosing. The antiseptic oils of Myomei mix with the air you breathe its health-g- it ing medication immediately reaches the sore and inflamed mucous mem-- ' brauc )ou feel Utter in five minute. is nracticallv imnossible to use My omei and not only be relieved but permanently benefited. G. I. Penny will refund your money it you are not satisfied Ask for the complete outfit $1 size. The Mouse "on Friday also passed another road bill, which has been strongly advocated by the good roads people, but which Representative Saufley did not support for the simple reason that while it has a great many ad. mirable features,- it provides for an increase in taxes on the people. This hill adds five cents on the $100 of property in the state to the tax rate, the proceeds from this extra tax to go to a good roads fund. The national congress at Washington is aliout to appropriate $25,000,000 for aid to the' state in building good roads and this immense sum will be apportioned out to the various states in proportion as tiny have toted funds for a .imilar It is estimated that Kenpur(K"se. tucky's share of the fund will be a half million dollars a year, and that about $12,000 will be Lincoln county's share, while the extra five cent tax on the people f Lincoln will amount o only about $3,000 a year. This should be getting quite a handsome sum for goods roids in Lincoln, and while Saufley approves of that very strongly, he stated that while good loads ill ctny way possible, he felt that the people of his county were already being too heavily taxed to be called upon for an increase . at this time, no matter how worthy the purioje. Me therefore voted againH the bill, though it passed the Mouse by a safe majority. Representative Karris, of Boyle, Mount of Garrard, and Smith of Mercer, also voted against the bill for the same reason, the latter making an exceptionally able argument against the bill. Among the various amendments offered was one by Represeutatite Duf-- f. of Christian county, providing that tax be the proposition to levy a submitted to a vote of the people before final action upon it. This wa voted down by the close tote of 44 to Representative Saufley voted for 43. this amendment The final vote ou the bill was 51 to 39, the members y'oting Yeas Representatives as follows. Itilitcr, Harrall, . Barrett, Hailcy, Cecil, Coke, HI ides, Hryson, Hurtou, Dorniau", Douglas, Drescher, John C. Duffy. William Duffy, Evans, Klippin, Frost, Gum, Hall, Hamilton, J. It. Harvey, Hay,, Henningcr, Muff. Kuh, Lay, McDycr, McCormack. Luker. McA'tally. Mohley, llarry J. Meyers, ParigaH. Newman, O'ltrien. Oliver, Phclpi, Perry, Polin. Poteet, S. if. Uog, (Concluded on page tw) - - "tsLr - . J. " "S jtl .r-- - 1MB INTB1I0K JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TBBSDAY, MARCH J, 1914 The 1 ifieuoi HIIKITUX M. Journal lYoprhfor IN ADVA.NX'R HAUFI.EY It A TBAK HTtllC1I.Y ! ( who may be convicted of selling or giving a deadly weapon to an Intoxicated person passed the House by the vote of 7o to 4, Representative Phelps' bill exempting asfrom costs propcrl erroneously sessed, also passed the house. Glcnn-Orccn- ! Il '( e insurance The famous lull nassed the benatc llmrsuay by a eommulilr-itlnn- i to Tn lntrrlol AdJrvtt all J mi rut! M U toino InditiJu.i otc of 2J to 13, after being radically with tt.e ppr. , amended, and came back to the House No m liter low IrrptrLnt lhv mjr unltnrd 111(1 nnonfrm.ni eommnnlt.tlont la Saturday, when the Senate amendments 1h Interior Journal, air Ifncird 'Itti nm (.f tti The amendments an rTlJmcr of were concurred in mdiW w.ntrd rood faith and not tor publication. It too included one reducing the assessment liarr .omothlnr Et t3 Sfprsr In I lit Interior Jonmil, tou mnit ilgn Sour nam on the insurance companies from 2 lit it. to 1 per cent, or from $100,000 to ?42,' Tni Intrrlor Jotirrat tharfra for rr.tlutlol of irtprrt and rardt of tXH) one providing for the appointment la firi nt n llnr. thinkt. Th Tn Inlrrlor 'Journal haa on of thr larc-i- l by the State Auditor of a commission a Joli printing ralalillKhmrnla In rrnlral Krntackr and 'Till lx ilct to firurr with of three to investigate all the details anion on any kind of printing of the fire insurance business and re port and make recommendations to the ROAD ENGINEER BILL net Legislature; one for the appoint IS PASSED BY HOUSE ment by the State Rating Hoard of a (.Concluded from Page one) hydraulic engineer and electrical ex pert to inspect water and lighting crs, Roundtrcc, Shawler, Spahn, Eubank tms in cities and towns, and one giv W. M. Webb, John F, White, N. ing the Rating Hoard power to order There were seven pic hunters from H. White M. O. Wilson, Wood. here six lean and one fat who took a Fcncral reduction in rates when alNays Reprcsentatnc Ampler, Av- ter an investigation they are found to the postmaster's examination the 14th, ery, Itoitnott, Brown, Cary, Cox, H. C. be excessive. each applicant seems to think he made Duffy, Duncan, Farri, Greene, Hampfter offering his amendments Sen- a good grade and each one confident ton, Hammond, Harrington, Henry, ator Glenn took occasion to deny that that when the plum falls he will be Kill, Hutchcraft, Johnson, Jone. Judy, it was the purpose of his bill to build first to pick it up. A general good Kcllcv, Klectc, McDowell, Miller, up "political machine" in the inter- I feeling among the applicants toward Mount, Zach L. Mjcrs, Nichols, Pal- est of any person or set of persons. each other prevails and we hope it will mer, I'uinphrey, Kadtlifie, Heed, V K. He asserted that he was not a can- be so when the contest is ended by Rogers, Saufley, Smith, Stone, Stott. didate for political office or a place some one receiving the appointment. How to Keep Eggs for Yesrt 1 icman. Walton, James T. Webb, Wills. within the gift of the State Rating The many friends of Dcmp Phelps STOMACH TROUBLES If canned while fresh and in a strictRoy S. Wilson. Hoard, and that he had been authonz arc glad to see him convalescing from ly sanitary manner, eggs will keep One amendment offered and otc! rd to make the statement on the floor his tecent illness. Although he will sanitary manner, egg will keep for down provided for a tax of cent on of the Senate that neither State Audi- mt be able to resume his duties as years in good condition, if kept frozen all coal mined in Kentucky, rccinic tor Henry M. llosworth nor Ruby rural carrier for a long time jet. Mr. ami Mrs. W. D. Baxter, arc re- Ifk. Raglud Writes hterettiag This fact has been established by the , thus raised to ro into a good roads chairman of the State Rating A new era in cold storgovernment. fund Another amendment that was de- Hoard, was a candidate for public of- joicing over the arrival of a fine boy age eggs may be the result. Cold feated provided for a tax of at their home. cent on fice. Letter oh This Sibject. Dr. Marion Warren, of Science Hill, each 1(10 pounds of tobacco grown in storage eggs may be the result The vote on this bill in the Senate Kentucky, for the purpose of creating was as follows: eggs will be kept in cans inwas here recently to visit his sister, stead of their shells, ami froren, inThe coal tax a good roads fund. For the Bill Arnett, Baghy, Bale, Mrs. J R. N'clson, who has been quite Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A. stead of almost frozen, as is the presamendment was offered by P. II llosworth, Brock, Cla. Coburn, Dur- sick with an attack of acute bronchitis. It will be a good thing Hutchcraft, Jr., of Rourbon county, ham. Glenn, Helm, Hiles, Holman, Mrs. A. K. Gooch has been quite Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have ent system bein taking Thedrord's for the K)ultry business, for it will in and the tobacco tax amendment was of- Moody. More, Salmon, Sanders, M. O. sick with an acute attack of Indigesfor indigestion, and other stomach troubfered by Represcntatixe Frost, of Muh- Scott, R H. Scott, Spccr, Vincent, tion crease the demand for eggs in the sumlenberg county. Representative Sauf- Welch, Williams and Zimmerman. ToOtis Mercer has been quite sick with les, also colds, and find it to be the very mer, when most of us sell them, and ley voted for the tax on co.tl and tal 23. a lower the price tit vvonter of diseases at the home best medicine I have ever used. And it may After taking for a few make it tasicr for the big produce against the tax on tobacco. Against ntle, Boles, Ford, Forest, ot his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isiah companies to comer the market " Mercir. He is somewhat improved days, I always feci like a new man." Hall, Hildreth, Huffaker, Knight. l. Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain Farm and Fireside. now. Montgomery, Ovc,rstreet, RobIt)' the passage of two bills resubMrs. Oscar Dunham, and little son. in pit of stomach, and a feeling of fulmitting the constitutional amendment ertson and Tunis lness after eating, are sure symptoms o Master Lrc, and daughter, Miss FranFind Mangled Body prowding that the General Assembly slomach trouble, and should be given the riti-ic- n William (Jlncy. a The bill which has passed the House ces, of Dunnville, were the recent for taxation, may classify property guests oi Mrs. A. C Spaw, last week proper treatment, as your strength ami residing in Pulaski county, was con-icto prohibit transportation of liquor for and permitting the cmplojment of health depend very largely upon your killed by a train while visiting relagradsale in local option territory, and to . The railway section foreman is outside the prison walls, the Senfood and its digestion. tives near Chicago, 111 His remains prohibit persons having in possesion ually putting a full crew of hands to ate, Friday afternoon, placed a seriTo get quick and permanent reliel were taken to the family burying work here. The annual custom of ous obstacle in the way of the pro- liquor for sale in such territory, except from these ailments, you should take ground near his old home for posed constitutional amendments pro- druggists, to require common carriers working as few hand as possible has vogue this winter, but the in a medicine of known curative merit. prohibition viding for state-wid- e and tr keep records of liquor shipments in been in Its 75 years of splendid success, in the by the time the winHills providing for separate looks and make them prima dications are that woman suffrage. ter months are over that the demand treatment of just such troubles, proves FIVE MINUTE CURE the submission of the two latter facia proof in proceedings for viola the real merit of Thedford's IF STOMACH IS BAD amendments arc now pending in the tions of the local option law was made for laborers here will be greater than Safe, pleasant, gentle in action, the supply. legislature. The vote on both amend- a sptciai older in the Senate fur March I; nai?ir-- ;t Sur- it is sure Dr T. J. Acton has an attack of and without bad ments was decisive, that on the classi- 2nd. at 1 :30 o'clock. est Indigestion "Cure suffering from the effects to benefit both young and old. For sale grip and is fication of property being 29 to 1. SenKnown Price 25c. n. c ta of injuries received several months everywhere. while ator Glenn, of Lyon, The senate by a vote of 16 to 14 reYou don't want a slow remedy when ago. that on the other was 25 to 2, Senators, fused to pass the bill to regulate the your stomach is bad ir an uncertain Prof. Herbert Renolds of the InYosemite Tun's n Salmon oting in the nega- admission of attorney to practice law. one or a harmful one your stomach terior Journal force, of Stanford, was V. C Hrjant, Robert lystcs, Miss tive The bill was introduced by Senator is tio valuable; you musn't injure it here Saturday en route to Somerset. Kssie Hauev, and W I Wesley, appli with drattc drugs. In explaining his vote against the Ford and reported unfavorably by the He returned to Stanford Sunday. Pape's Uiapepsin is noted for its cants for the post office at Middleburg second amendment, Senator Salmon Committee on Judiciary with a subCarlisle Gooch and Miss Lula took the examinations at Liberty on speed in giving relief: its harmlcss-nssaid the two acted upon were being stitute. It was the substitute which its certain unfailing action in were united in marriage one day February 7 Mr Wesley U the pres- regulating shoved against state-wid- e prohibition failed of passage. last week, and immediately left for ent incumbent. Miss Essie H aney is Its millions sick, sour, gassy stomachs of cures in indigestion, and woman suffrage, both of which he The most serious objection to the Iowa to reside. strongly endorsed, while the friends of dyspepsia, gatritis and olher stomach said he ftcrid bill was based on the section which Elmer Coon and Miss I.ucinda W C Itryaut claims that he will gel trouble has made it fjinmis the world "Yet: way strangle these great ques- provided that all applicants shall have Gooch have been united in holy bonds the appointment. They are both wor- over tions now but I warn you they arc studied law for a period of three jcars Keep this perfect stomach doctor in of matrimony. They have the best thy and capable and !he department ccming" he said. cither in a law school or in the office wishes your home keep it handy get a large of their many friends. will make no nmtakc in the appoint fifty cent case from any drug store and of a regular practicing attorney of the Mrs. T. W McLaughlin and little nictit of either of them then if anyone should eat something Among the bills passed by the House state. daughter, Charlotte arc visiting her Miss llcssie Iiwhorti has returned which doesn't agree with them; if late last week was that of Representaparents in tlanta from Danville. She was accompanied what they cat lays like lead, ferments tive J. R Mount, of Garrard county, The legislature will imallj adjoun. and sours and forms gas: causes hcad-ichHiggins. of Pulaski, by Mrs. Mildred Kirby. Miss Mattte incrcair.g State licenses for the re- - on March 17th and for the next two dizziness and nausea; crucatmnt has been the guest of Miss Lula Phelps) The weather has been fine for loaf- if acid and undigested food rememtail l.'quor trom $200 to $300. As ori- - weeks the members will be very busy. Miss Mary Hicks was the guest of ing, and our professionals have made ber as scwin as Pape's Diavcpsin comes ginally drawn, the bill provided for a Over 600 bills have been introduced in Miss Myrtle May Saturday night and in contact with gxl tiir.e Some of them putting in distress vanishes. theIts stomach all such license of SiOO annually. The vote by the House alone anJ sessions will be promptness, cerSunday. double time. which the measure passed was 49 to 22. held mornings, afternoons and nights. tainty and ease in overcoming the Mr. M. O. Hicks entertained several The spoke mill has been shut down Representatives Saufley, Farris, Mount' On Saturday Representative Barrett, ort stomach disorders is a revelation of her friends at a birthday party at for a week, on account of inability to to those who try it. I of Louisville, a id bn.itli, all voted for this bill. introduced a bill which her home recently. mII the output at present. Another bill passed was that of Rep- - j fixes an annual license of $25 for auc- Mrs J. P. Whecldon visited her parMasons' Meeting The weather has been quite "zeroy" loentalivc W. E. Rogers, of Todd ( tioneers and an additional $5 for each ents at Science Hill, Saturday and Lincoln No. CO Y. m A. M. nnti In for several days and its effect on fuel Uled roramunlotlun on courtly, making it unlawful to give or county in which they may prosecute Sunday. rh drit and Itlrd supplies has been somewhat depressing, Mipdar nlhti at ch month M 7 orkk Ii ao ept tips their business other than the county thrlr hall on Mln tiirtt, NUnforl. Kr. Men Rev. C T. Claunch announced at the ton of l,lr lodfti fratrrntllr IntltnJ to b. The bill of Representative Walton, of their residence. Good Farmer and Clever Man prrwni. J. w. JKKI.ANII. Hoe'r. morning service Sunday, that a misof Lexington, making it unlawful for A measure of Representative Spahn Mr W Ci. Gooch, a former resident meeting of the South Kensionary public service corporations of common regulates the employment of convicts of Garrard, hut now livins on the tucky Association, would be held at careers t give flee service or reduced pending the vote of the people of this farm, which he owns, near Goh-e- n ( the Middltburg Baptist church, rates to public officials pacd the commonwealth on an amendment to was .1 visitor in town last Monday. on Saturday afternoon, of House by the vote of 71 to 1. Lilburn the construction to authorize the He reports that from four acres of March 2Sib, and continuing over Sunof Russell county, "otcd "No", ing of convicts on the public roads. he realised $950, or an average day. The programs will be out and Representative Greene's bill provid- - The prison commissioners are prohi- of $2.17.50 an He sold on bit a severe punishment for anjonc j iting from extending or renewing anv Danville marketacre. received for it the distributed in due time. and 12 C C. Jones, who went into the poul2 cents a ound. Lancaster Record try business last year, going to con- ttet'd tUn KtltreA mill iMlftr. ptiltrffttt ai Sttnftr4 ciirI1 lx-- jn oMtu-orlr- rl contracts until the inestion of the employment of convicts lalwr for road purposes is determined. L'pon motion of Representative J T, Webb, the rules were suspended and House bill .168, fo permit the use of hoop nets in navigable streams, was taken from the orders of the day for consideration and passed by a vote of 4.2 to it. The bill was amended by Representative Luker, making its provisions apply to all streams in this state. An amendment was offered by Representative Douglas to strike out that part of the bill which fixes a fee of $1 annually for each net operated, and 0 for each additional net operated, which was adopted, The Senate bill of Senator Montgomery, changing time of holding circuit district, was court in the Twenty-nintpassed by a vote of 72 to 0. The two-cefare bill was "made a special order for Tuesday at 2 o'clock. h First Buds of Sprin They are as graceful as the Easter lilly, And as pretty as the apple blossom. i Women's Low Shoes : - Til-lor- d, Don't say we didn't have them in time. THEY ARE HERE. See them in our show windows. Come in and put your foot inside of them and you will see their beauty and feel their comfort. Select the style and size you want and we will put them away for you until Easter. You will want to wear them then. H. J. McROBERTS "Honor Roll Bank" is a member of THE FEDERAL RESERVE ASSOCIATION AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION KENTUCKY BANKERS' ASSOCIATION U. S. 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SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any TJcixt Agent or writo PtmngK and Ticket Agent. 101 Miln SL, Lexington. Et Ky. I TO THE PUBLIC Larga sample now represent the largest anil best with privata bath 12.50 clothing house in this counto $3.S0 per day. try Ul V. Price & Co, Chicago, 111. I Letter to You at. cordially Invited lo m.V. Ihii My experience in measuring and dirDr. Kilmer & Co., hotel ypw hcadquajtn whil in LouuvilU ecting the making of day. H.v. you, ro.il ev.n 11 only lot our clothes, Binghamton, N. Y. and pacta. addrc.wd hero. Vuu will gives me the advantage over one who I always bo a wrlroma su.M. ROBERT B. JONE3. M...,.r. Prove Wbt Swamp-RoWill Do For is not a practical tailor. If you will You give he jour order I will promise you Send leu cents to Dr. Kilmer & Ci, a square deal. You will git the worth lliiighaiiipton, N. Y., for a sample sue of jour money, either in the cheaper '0U WANT TO SELL It will convince anvonc. You bottle. OU WANT TO BUY will .iIs- receive a booklet of valuable gradis or the higher priced. My spring information, tilling about the Kidncjs line of samples are now ready for jour YOU WANT TO RENT and bladder. When writing, be sure inspection. Call and let me show jou. YOU HAVE COLLECTION and mention the Interior Journal. RegII, C. RUPLEV, The Practical Tailor, See-- Real size botand ular fifty-ceEstate Ayency tles for sale at all drug stores. Pictures that can't be excelled at R V. and DICK BKUCE. Hvcryhody goes to the opera house. the opera house Friday and Saturday. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, 1 made-or-orler i Georgia Planter's Advice To Kidney Sufferen KcBardiiiR the wonderful curative merits of jour Swamp-RooI cannot say too much. After sufferinu severely for three years or more with severe nains caused h weak kidnejs. I was finally induced U try Swamp-Rothrough a testimonial I read in one of the newsnancrs. I was in such a condition that I was ohliRcd to arise irom my ix or eight times every night. I purchased a fifty-ceImttlc ami hefore it was used I felt so much relief that I purchased a Iiottic and tny the time this was taken the old pains had left m back and 1 could sleep the whole night through. I am a retired planter, 70 jcars of age, and owing to Dr. Kilmer's Swanip-Roo- t, I am in the best of health and I am always glad to feel like a boy. recommend Swamp-Roo- t to those who are in need of it. Sincerely vours, C. IJ. USSERY, Drowersville. Ga. Personally appeared before me, this tth day of .September, liXW. C. E. Us- scrv, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is truth in substance and in fact. T. H. McLAN'K. Notary Public t. Retired ot ij one-doll- siderable expense in preparing for the raising of chickens, ducks, etc., has fine jiro-pec- ti for a profitable business this year. He has already 50 little chicks that are looking fine, and bid fair to he ready for the frying pan within a very short time. He is giving the business his whole attention and i$ kept busy. He has several pens of as fine birds as any one would want to look at. W. M. Myers and Geo Tucker, of Hustonville passed through town on Thursday en route to Liberty. Our people are watching very closely the course of our worthy Senator, Mr Charles Francis Montgomery, and are highly pleased so far. Chailic is a conscientious fellow and as to his ahilitv lie is able to stand toe to toe with the brighest minds now sitting as law makers in the state capital. He is making good, and one of these days he will go up higher. See L. L. Sanders before buying your Spring Matting and Wall Paper A New and Complete line. aVS9lKSBBBVMVHHdflBCk Hotel Henry Walterson LOUISVILLE. KY. Th South' bmI popuUi pricod, modem bolrl. AbtoluUN flro-prolimited In lh Yry hud of llio lelul .hopping dmiicUnd L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. To Our Correspondents The I. J. hopes that its eorro. jwimleiils nil over this mid othur counties will bo promot with their letli'M diiriiir: the nest fuw months. Tim editor will be uwny at Krunk fort mid they ran assist greatly in kwpinu the paper newwy if they will fend in lettere regularly cueh week. Kinelopen and Btntionery will be hent any one who is out of such Mipp!icn, nt.r tilth, tlic.tict. FIm.1 Cat. In UuUtIU., wHJiawdoriU prlM. LFfy UoTO?fnh'? al!.5'Jl'?1t 'fon 2 PI noon d.y Lunch 0e I table d. hole Dinn.r, 6 to 8 p. m $ .00. AIm el.toiau U cult cnic In Ke.uurant. IUth.licll.ri op.Tfri.m4p.ro. to I a.m. Urtholr.l and vocal muue. ROOM PRICES 'luufil Bltark., .M4tl 1 I 'vWCHMON0.IOC With running waUr and private tolUt 91 par day With privata bath f 1.50 up to $3.00 par day ,.lM,lKl,rrtn.trw!U.ltr.i fM'MTMi. Pmm.II. l, -- ,., !. Tllrl Ja.i.r, S.,4T.m.nwl' tVilu.1 In J... U, 41111, SuuKf A Tralnlncr School for Teachers Crmt4lMll:Ww.uf t.ww4UI ..LO. Hum O.r v.iu u ( r,Mw or la. , CrM.T.Ulwal'r.w. 1. Ml. M .uul lrlli bilIL. a Ui,l, im-.- u. CS """III nl . J. C. McClary frl -J,. J.L.Beazley &Co YtlSrS' 4tiia4l'vyIiP " - ..kS J ot II lr 4 w - one-doll- If UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Office PfeeM 117. Hame Phww 3il STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I PHONE 42 UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers in Furniture Mattlftf, Rugs. FunM- ture Exchafl.ad far all Kb OtlHtk. STANF0M. KY, J PMPPf'lPP' T m A ' Wwwi HgmpHBJpBMMHHP'HaBM-"I mmi wm. unrflW'lll' S ,., -' W -- wii' st" rfT"" !'"' WJ liiin Hill SJjgS jWHnm ' vyr-- '' "Mi v pm ?- -. 5? WP' jjumw jjtn f ?yjwn w iuij m0Wt" twwym ,JI,," 'll,gB!rt!,'li j w 'rTff85SHjLiZ.lx---iMjMZTjffr Tsi IM IRTSRIOR JSUHHAt STANFOItat, KEMTVCKY. Vr'.'.s TtMBAT, MARCH 1, 1914 rhsick mm advice Mrs in ( If. (Jrrcr W(mh(trr I is slsitiag irienilt .i 'M .. hte, ti ogan McCall went to .Rich, inioud Monday. Mr. Jean V. Smith, of .Vimrart, was the guest of Miss Kathrrmr Ander-so- n Airs s:'aaVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBslaiR' ift Suggestion. rafTcring from any form of faflMM Mte are InvlUtl to eommunleaU promptly with the IfSflB II woman! icine Co., Lynn, Maaa. Your letter will bo opened, read and anrwered by a woman and held In atrictcetiMenoe. A woman can freely talk of her prirata lllnea to a woman ; thtM haa been ratabibhed a confidential Mrreapondf nee wbieh haa extended over many yeara and which haa never been broken. Never have they published a testimonial or used a letter without tho written eonacntof tho writer, ami never haa Urn Company allowed these, confidential letters to get out of their poi aeaaion, aa tho hundred of thousands of them in their (Ilea will attest Out of the vast volume of experience which they have to draw from, it is more than possible that they noaseas the very knowledge needed In your case. NothIn return except your Rood ing is auk will, and their advice has helped thousand. Surely any woman, rich or poor, should be glad to take advantage of this offer of assistance. Address Spneroua PInkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mans. l) l7Jjll correspondence k. parlmcntof thel.y- Med- private dlaE.Nnkham Every woman ought to linve o I.ydU E. Plakhavnt'a Teit Book. It la sot a book for general ttetrllmtleR, as It In too xpenMre. It In frv and only obtainable by mall. Write for 80-pa- it today. . PERSONAL and SOCIAL Uiihlmi love this "fruit laxative", and nothing else clcinscs the tender stbmaih. liver ami lionils so nicely. child simply will not stop playing to (nipt) the IkiwcIs, and the result is tiiev become tightl) clogged with waste liver gits sluggish, stomach sours, then vour little one becomes cross, half sick, feverish, don't eat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system full of cold, has sore throat, stomach nche or diarrhoei I.istern. Mother' St( if tungtir is coitid, then give a teaspoonfiil of 'California Syrup of Furs." and in a few hours all the waste, sour btlc and undigested food passes out of the svstim, and ynu hive a well, play fill child again. Millions of mothers give "California Svrup of Figs" because it is perfectly harmless; children love it, and it never fails to act on the stomach, liver and bowels Ask sour druggist for a .VWent little of "California S)rup of Figs", which Mr Rowan Sauflc), of Stanford, the lias full directions for babies, children new deputy collector for this district, of all ages and for grownup!, plainly Howard of was here Wcdiiclda) transacting busi. printed on the Imttlc genuCommissioner I". T counurftits sold lure dit the Syrup ne$ with U S ine, made b "California big Wesley relative to Uncle Sam's busi" Refuse any ntliir kind with Company ness in this section Somerset Journal contempt. d Mr. George Kucr, of I'aru, wa here last week, the guest of Miss Anna Warren. Master Shell)) Coffey, of Frankfort, it the K'leM of relatives and friends here. Miss !.ittic Carson has been the recent guest of Miss AIIic Vaults at Lancaster. Mi'ts Katie Holtclaw, of (.aneaster, tho a'tractise guest of .Mtss Lena lor. 1 J T, Meiicfrr, of Knowillr. is llir Rnrt of his parents. Mr ami Mrs I N. Mrnefec J. J. M)cr. who lus lirn ill for ) ..uraj tlv'jgljt to Le slnr. U imprns tnvr. Miss iiliraheth Carter Ins licn con- fined to lur home seseral da this urrk with measles Mrs. C. II Moscr, who has been (jliite ill for some time, is thought to le slowh iniprownn. Miss Marie TarkinKtnn. of Parks-sill- e has rettinicd home after visiting Miss Florence Cirter Mr and Mrs. J II Ilmtrnr. of Lancaster, were the Kiiests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K Warner Sunday. Mrs, .1. II l'.iston anil son, James, went to Lancaster Saturdi) to ee her mother, Mrs Jane K ihinson Miss Kuth Oanial scnt Sittird.iA and Sunday in Danville the guest of Uv. W. V. Arnold and fannl). Miss Irnnic Lawrcmc will lease the latter part of April for a several vvetks' visit to relatives in Marion count) Miss Anna and Mae Warren, left tixla) for Chrisney, Ind, where they will opiu an millinery store. Miss Margaret LUAtle), of Cincinnati, who will trim for Miss Saunders this spring and summer arrived Sunday, Mr. John Merrnnan, of Paris, III, and sister. Miss Kva were the gucts of Miss Icmiie Lawrence Saturda) and Sitiula) Mis Luc) Miller Hartlc), left Mini-U- ) Ind,, where for Crawfordsville, the will visit rtlatives and friends for altout thnc months. Mis Kale Lewis, of laiutnillr, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. ID K, 'motor Mrs J I' Cummins and Ma J'cttus went to Crab Orchard Saturday no see friends and relatives Prof S. V. Hancock and C K f Crab Orchard, were lirrr mi I ii'tiii ss Saturday Mr M Stone and hah), nrr her pirrnt. Mr ami Mrs Join M irr. at Highland this week Mis Maggie Sarray, of Dauvillr, is die must of her iitrs, ."is W II. Mmflrr and Miss Martha Sicray. I)r I It Carpenter has returned home frt.m Lebanon, where he has been for srnral necks in the hospital llrnr) l.'wis, of laiuisvilte, has re uimid liotne after spindiiig a few d.i)s ivih his siter, Mrs I), V J'roctor Mrs II C Wra) and children, of Danville, spent several da)s last week v.tth hrr mr,:!-r- , Mi,, ',n'w li.iir ta Wnrrrn, the beautiful Miss daiightit of Mr. I.. F Warren, who has been visiting Mrs Dec Good, has returned to her home at Danville Miss Dais) VanDeveer left Monday for Frankfort to visit her sister, Mrs She will go from tlurc J C I.) mi to tilt city to bti) her line of spring ii'illincrv Mr and Mrs. I) T. Ilrummett and Mrs C Alclilc) and little daughters I thcl and Mary were remit guests of Mr W M Stout at the home on Crab OrJurd pike Misses Minnie and Dora Straub, who have hem spending the winter in Florida, have returned home and are now line in Cmcmnili buying their new of trmg milliner). Miss Allic Lawrence, of I'enicks, Marion comity, who was the attractive visitor of Miss Jennie Lawrence last summer, had the misfortune to fail and Inak her arm last week Mrs W S Fish, has retuimd home from where she has hceu at the bedside of her husband Mr Fi'li, who was operated t last week at the St Joeph Hospital, is improving. Ins many fritnds will be glad t t u-ili- When I Buying I 1 the f For thispowder is Baking I Powder J throughout I It up to airy puffs- 5 light- I ; I biking Utter." It leavens the 1 food ev en 1 that uinkcs "the Imkintr I j 'and ness, innkcs It dc-lightfully appetising wholesome. S fl f is inodente In price, f highest in ijuallt). ( m Ask jour grocer for Calumet. Don't take a I substituted Rcmemlier Calumet Raceivad Hisheat Awards WwU. Tmn IBmli, r.rU M.rcL 1112.' IOiat: Tt tiWiU.. J LtftlM. JMAOCiyTHeTjJgl know N,rws Mid-wick fi strvicr at the Presbyterian of the Church. ll church, Wednesday evening. March 4, at 7 IS "The Pra)cr Life ..f Samuel" "Nothing is beyond the of pr.i) rr Ivsnpt that Which i llut.nJc wf he Will of i. ml" icr Dynamile" Ld Ptrr) and P H Wiathers were arrested in Oklahoma Cit) on a charge of having attempted to bribe a member of the State Capitol Commission Harvey S. Little and wife were acquitted at Shreveport, La of the charge of murdering J. J Vancleave. IK CHILD M 3sOs,CHlCAQQV y if I UIlW LWVsltr. Dw'l tx waksi I Cilamrt bmmk.mmtf U 1 Ur T itm't WW was I Bkaffl lsaaMaan-yi- stnr hw amtlk BayCsUMstC Ta ssj rMaJta. rilfcsa I It'll I I ai tti cUt Lancaster IS CROSS Mrs U 1'ittic (iill is in Washington, FEVERISH AND SICK Look, Mother! If Tongue Is Give "California Syrup of FIrs" Coated C, for a May with her daughter, Mis. U C. It.irn.iril The recent intsnscly cold weather li? litn 'iiitlc bard iix)i lambs and torses The Chautauqua circle held their last mciting with Mrs. Fred I. Frisbic, the subject being "Dante's Divine Com edy " Mrs J. F. Walton, dud at the home ol her parents, Mr and Mrs. J W As kens at Ilucna Vista, aged 36 years, tfter a liugtrmg illness of tubtrculosis lli'MiUs cr husband and parents, four sisters and four brothers survive Mr. Litty Ware left last week for a visit to relatives and friends in 1 c. Miss Ma) me Lee Uallard was hostess at a rook part) for Dr. Marshall Hale, of Oklahoma, the guest of Miss Fall) Belle Iiurke. Miss I'aulme Hoekcr, of Stanford, is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mattie Diiiuaii. Kev. F. M Tinder's lliblc class will have a candy pulling Friday night, The March nth, at the eoiirt house. mall admission of ten cents will be ehaigcd. Miss Annie Margaret F.lkiu is at her bioilier, Dr. Win. Hlkm, of At lanta. lie Southern Quartette gave a most nte resting entertainment at the r.n Thursday evening to a full louse. Mrs. J II. Kimuird will entertain . II. M auxiliar) a a comjili-nei- u he C to Mrs.. Win. Uurlon, before her eparittrc for lur new home' m bhelhy 1 Audi-.orium Mile S There's Always An Something Around 1 the House that needs Refinishing of furniture Tr .etched doors, youuiiad iniinuo usi iw Tfcda you hate to part with, worn and m you look bout I I I I yleg you coasbtaed Stain and Varnish la ade for bc.utlf -caasiasily apply it on any mu laflaUsUag. JS1? warhS vosnUra ba anything that aaada It'a and assures beat rasulta wayi. U.LAC ctmn in 11 Noturai PttGee RE-- White, CoU and Silver EnamtL Wood ceor ruso to-da- y, , I I Mrs. Mattie V. Frisbic ha returned ifter several weeks' isit to Mr. W. C Price and Mrs. Price in Danville. Mr. Jackson Stofer, of Mt. Sterling, lias been the recent guest uf Miss Joan .Mount 'I he l'rcsh)tenan Missionary soclet) met a the church Monday afternoon, and Mr. J A. Stormes as leader. Miss Funiiie' ili.hop is a sufferer of rluliiiiatisni photograph A handsome ol Miss .Sadie Milliards, of Mount Vernon, a recent guest of Miss Ollic Dean, appeared in Saturdays Courier-JournMis Fans) l.anc, of bt. Units, will arrive this week and have charge' of Miss IUIKi Arnold's trimming rooms I'rof M, L Cancer, principal of the Lancaster graded school has orgauiied a Man's lliblc Class at the Christian church Mrs I. K. Miller has relumed homo from a visit to her patents, Mr and Mrs. Wilson in Richmond. Miss Frank) c Kauffman was hos al -.- Try Pee Ceo N C PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated Stanford. Maaufacturera , m f"lk VPi--l-a-al""""""""""""""" Caaaon Miss Lillie Uallard was the guest of bet aunt, Mrs. J P Uallard Saturday and himday. A. F. liil wards sold three one hundred ponnd hogs to Arch Miller at ? per lnad. Mis' Jennie Lawron visited Miss Miss l.rllic May MrKnherts is visit l:.'iil..!i I'dwards Saturday and Sunday ing Mtss Vans.'ht at Richmond for the Miss iiidla Law son visited her sisweek end. ter , Mr S. I Sutton, of near lam f Crab Orchard, castir Miss Carjn'ef. 's has accepted a pow'tii At K. II. Mist I ssic Mallard visited Miss lieu n-Tho Kind You Have Always Bonght, and v hloh lint lali I'dwards Saturday and Sunday. store. mo for over 30 years, 1ms bornotho alt;nnltiro of. la Mrs. Janus day and children, Mr Mnsc I aw son and family visit oi and hn been nindo under liia Orcrnsliiirg, Ind, arc with Mrs day's ed Mr S It Scott Sunday. B."nl BUM:rvl8lon lnco Us Infancy. Allow no ono tndeeehe JottlnlliU. ptrents, Mr and Mrs, Hcnr) Hurt Mr. and Mrs. S I. Sutton visited All Cotintcrfcits,Iinttnt!nnsniid l" arc Miss Malissa Hell Furr, former!) of her inoihtr, Mrs Mose Law son. i:xtorlineiita tlmt trlflo with and riulnn,"er tlio healthbut of is expected this neck or several days' Mr rch Miller and little brotlnr, lufuuts uud Children Expcrlenco Experliucat. visit with her cnusm, Mrs J. IJnek-we- ll Hurmll visited their sister. Miss Het-ti- r bimtli Mills r at llirea. Miss Mnlissa Hell Furr, formrly ol Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Uallard visited lines count), and ui unusually hngh her mother. Mrs II T Lunsfnrd Smi-hCnaforln a hnrmlcss Mihstlttito for Cantor Oil, Pare-porl- o, alio consceiilioiis teacher, died at tin Drops and Honthlntr Sjnipn. is iiloai:int. It home of her sister, in Qiiiuc), Ind, af contain neither Oiliun, Jlnrphlno nor ot'ier 'iircotlo Mr fi A Uallard bought a mule ItH njro In Hh piinrnntoo. atiliNtiinee. ter a long Illness of tuberculosis, aged rni I d Migall Itdcu'rojH Worms iind allais I'eerlNhnc.iM. Tor nioro than thirty jcnri It .W years She is survived b) one si Mrs. J. P IJjlUrd and A F Lib lias been In "onutant iwo for tho relief of Count! i.itlon, ter. Mrs. Climnia Hurt and two broth wards went to Richmond Friday on rintnletiey, "Wind Colic, nil Teething Tnmblea ami crs, Cornelius and Wm. I', Furr. IKJlll'Ss Diarrhrea. It regulate tho Momndi ntid DmwX Mrs. Sallic Kout Fox, a former Mr I R Uallard visited his cousin, nsslnillntcs tlio I'ood, givlnff healthy fclcey. resident of Garrard, for a number ' Mr C II Uallard last Sunday. Tho Children's Panucca Tho Mother's 1 rlend. )cars died in Ditivil'c .liter a pr Misses l.ilbe and Essie Uallard visAn only son, Robert ited their uncle, Mr. J. P. Uallard traded illness. Fox. survives her Ihc burial was ir lunil.iv night Ibc Danville cemetery Sunday after Misses Heitlili and Eunice Edwards Sifjnature icon nt J. in .ivtrd Mi Stdla Lawson. Miss Katie and Ruby Miller were the Shelby City attests of Misses Heulali and Eunice The stcet and now which have been dwards falling for some tunc caused travel Misses L'lmot Sutton and Grace ing on p'Jes impossible almost, but the I mis fotd, were the guests of Misses i weather moderating considerably 0sic and Lillie Uallard last Sunday and we are hoping to sec better weather in March Chappell's Gap Wo arc having some bad weather Mr and Mrs. Charles Render visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jno, Har- row. TMK CiHTOUW COMPANY NIK VORM ClfV Mr John Pike will leave soon for low, of near Morcland Sund.iv. Illinois, where he will take a position Mrs Grovcr Hester and little daughMiss Sallic Chappell, Minnie Pike 'flic State Hoard of Health lias is- - I William Williem, 28. formerly a re- Stanford, were visitter Katherinc. of and Augusta Pike were the guests of suul a bulletin calling the attention of porter on a I.ouiswIlc newspaper, was ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Miss Mary Genton Saturday night. All citizens to the law prosi'ding for com - , ilrowncd in the Ohio Riier opposite Sprinkle s. had a nice time tu!jor '.aecination. 'aducali. Mr. George Gilliland, of Indiana is Mrs. Tva Pike is able to be out visiting his cousin. Miss Laura Giligain. liland and other relatives here. Miss Herthi Jcsswcin entertained a Stnnfonl. Ky.. Jan. l'J. 1914. Miss Maggie Clarkson was the de- number of her friends Friday night. HR0MLKY & BROMLEY, lightful guest ot Misses Anna and LizMiss Sallic Hogie was the guest of Stanford, Ky. zie L'rfer Wednesday night. Minnie Pike a few days ago Misses Carrie and Anna Sprinkles Gentlemen: Mr. Chas Jcsswcin has n turned t' were visiting- their sister, Mrs I. F. his home in St. Louis, Mo. Your draft " "eltlcinent of my eluim for illncs filed Kennedy. Mr. Lonnic Jcntoti is tossing lu with jon January Olh reecised, foi which accept my thanks. Jhe Mr. Roy Maston has returned to his hat in the air over the arrival of a promptness nnd' liberality of the treatment of the KFZLIANCB pleasant "uu Ihiv home at C)nthiana, after a Little Miss Augusta Pike wa: the visit with friends here is n pent inducement to all who want rcli.ible uciidint & henlth Miss Ora James visited Misses Cdna recent guest of Miss Emma Judd Miss nna Juffcr has gone to Green and uniee Itrovvn River, where she will take music les Very Truly Yours, The farmers arc still hauling their OMS Wm. II. 0VERSTREET. Danville in spite of the bad tobacco to Mr. Hob Chappell was the guest of weather. Mr James Chapell Saturday and Sun-hMr. Lindsa) Buchanan, of How en, is visiting itis sister, Mrs N'cal Warren, f Huriiin. Scottish Rite Masons will hold a Mr. I S. Tevis and pretty daughter, conclave at Evanston, Ind, March 19 Llcanor are spending some time in ., 20 Florida. Frederick W Mennerich, of Sullivan Mr Robert Fo is visiting home-Mk- s III, was killed by the explosion of a Several )oung people spent an in bomb he received b) mail. jovablf evening with Miss Ethel Wright Pierre and Gabriel Salves were kill Those present were. Wednesday ed near L)ons, France, when an aero- Misses Lizzie L'rfer. Laura Gilliland. il me collapsed. Luna llrown. nna L'rfer. Jalie ltrown Maguc Clarkson and Messrs. Hennrc d The schooner Jacob C Peterson, Henry Shcaron and Georgi Winslow went ashore near Wakefield, music furAll enjoyed the Gilliland I The crew was rescued ru-'5- ' nished by th first two inmed gentle departs d at a late hour feel leu :i'it Lacv, Xttornevs for Then i s'tre ihiv In I bun well ntertain juilt) at Montgomerv, Ma, of cm d. bczzling $50,000 of State" funds, ma) wedding bells have been ring Tiic ask that he be sentenced toda) instead nig asain, Mr, Jason Gipson and Mi if Saturdvv. 1 young people o' ssic jSA r How en, stole a unroll on their friend' " The Queen City was raised from the i Monday evening and doped to rocks of the Ohio Falls dam, where it they were united Ind. where ml bein held since February Ma) their in vvidlock's holy lionds. Plans for a centrally located home lives together as one, be full of happiIN WILL are being considerad by a committee ness, is the wish of a host of friends f the American College of Surgeons, Mrs. Cora Render is sintering with tnoihachc It miy be at fust but it keep, getThe road to proiperity looki Mean up hill climb. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Mifs 1 uni Hrown was the guest ot in knowing ting EASIER. The neater you get to the top the more joy you experience Mm. Lthcl W light Saturday night and The People's Market Place Adverthat toon you will be up and the climb will be over. Toward the top the money you Sunday Nothing tucceedt like tucceu, and tise What You Have to Sell have in the bank Bcg-n-i to auiit and boott you. Mr. and Mrs Jasper Gaddis were every one will puih you the way you are going down or UP. visit'ng relatives at How en. LOST A pair of glasses Monday Messrs. Nathan Coffman and Geo morning. Miss Pattie Stephenson. 81-- 1 Make OUR bank YOUR bank Frederick, visited the fair se of our town Sunday Money to loan on easy terms. Miss Flizabcth Hrackett was the Bromley & Bromley, Stanford, Ky gi'et of Miss Jalie lliou:.. King's of Mr Willie Crutcher, FOR SALE. A few genuine bufl Mountain, came up to sec home folks toms. Extia mce. Mrs. It. H. Crow, Gapital, $50,000.00. Surplus, $1,000. Sunday. Shelby i "ty, Ky., Junction City Ex Maggie ClarkMisses Anni Urfer, No. 8 two ring's. w. Mccarty, Ptes. 0. L. PUNNY, son, Lizzie Urfer and Mary Vaught M. H. SAL1N, Cashier J. S. RICE, were the guests of Misses Laura and C. SMITH, J. D. EADS, Cdna Gilliland Saturday night. Master Homer Hrown was visiting We offer One Hundred Dollar Hen aril for any rat of latarrb ttdt rauuut lx turi-- by Hall Herndon James. jaiarrn vur F.J CHENEY & CO. TWu,U Mr. Sam Gaston, Sr.. departed this F fcimntt J Wr, ifc February 21, aged 79 )ears. His Cheney (be untie rtg lift!, ha to aixl UlVve Mu for the Utt A iar Hrfrrtljr bouorablo In all Inula traiiNiftluii remains were taken to tiie Junction and Uuanclallr alilo to entry cut auf Wltftlss City cemetery for burial Sunday af- made by bU firm. NVT. HANK OF COJIVTWK. We extend our heartfelt ternoon. Ohio. lympath) to the bereaved ones in their Hall'a Catarrh Cure la taken IntrnaUr artl i; dirtntlj upun tbe blWsl auU niucixia tirfnri o eir dark hour of sorrow T TcatlmunlaU nut (rtt, I'rU-tbe aatiu Uttle. hoU hy all lruvi:Uts We were sorr) to hear the sad news rent Take IlalFa rtmll Vlli for conitli'utian. the .death of Dr. D. F. Proctor, of Stanford, who left this world of sin ind sorrow, Monda) afternoon, February 2J. He was a true Christian having long been a member of the Christian church, and loved by all who knew him. Dr mxh Proctor has man) friends and relatives, Mrs J W Hrown of this place, being a niece, who arc tad to know they will never see him until they imct on that shining shore, where there will Ic no sorrow, no sighing, and wc shall never part no more. We extend our syuipath) to all back-T- HE in their hours of sorrow and may wc to show Ask all live so as to meet him in the reiiir- you reition morning, when the trumpet of in size, God shall sound, we shall never know form and letno parting and no tears will e'er be found few tess at a rrrtnt rvk Titty In friends. Mrs. Win. (icorge, of llrlstol, Tcnn, a former resident nf l.ancas er is vis itirift Mrs. W. O. Kinney V II lliirlon will leave Mondi) on a business trip or Wilson, North Car-ol'n- .3 Children Cry for FUtchtr't kMS Hal-son- -- sr '77fr.. M.Timt-ui-jroo(- t;lnst v What is CASTORIA h It t:l nttlral cf GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS yBeara the 7T 'f The Kind You Have Always Booglit In Use For Over 30 Years V. 1 : e. 1 f m, - etl four-maste- 7 tr 'f?3 -- SAVE SOME MONEY J !th ' Jeffcr-soiivill- e. .JI?TS Mr$W EVERY TURN sAND PUT IT R BANK BANK BE SAFE IN THE i State Bank & Trust Company l. How's This? lYlt-Oo- , ir Suintatiomi Auuauurrmpttlfi al)mih b? beat her She will take you and bring you Did you ever know? Did you ever hear? of one that could us the VERY style latest and tering at the right FORD $ Stanford hi (o.. price. The Mother's Favorite A cough medicine for cln.urni should be hirniJess, It should be pleasant to It should he effectual take Cham berl jiu's Cough Rctmdy is all of this and is the mother's favorite ever)-wli- e re For sate by all dealers. INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY Anderson & McCarty, Agb. for Casey and Lincoln counties Office, Stanford imjjn in . .. G. B. FRUITT. MoreUnd, Ky. . ,.,r :M V-THB INTRKIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD, KKNTVCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914 IV lA A" ' l . ES 5 Danville and Lancaster pike wliolo County Fiscal Court, inailc and entered road 25 rod stone, on February 2(rtli, 1914, the following Lincoln and Boyle pike whole road w n amounts of metal were appropriated to ! ligiiieer Kitigsville and Plcnsant Point pike the various turnpikes or macadam .. roads in Lincoln county, and the mad section I, from Stanford ami Waynes cngineir was directed to advertise and burg pike to Casey county road, 10 rtccivc scaled bids for the furnishing roils gravel. . Same section 2, from Casey county of said metal on the turnpikes or maca i i u dam roads of said county, therefore the road to Kingsillc, 10 rods gravel It makes no difference wneuier all-wouudcrsicued road engineer of Lincoln . tr.ih Orchard and Lancaster pike money crop. ply as a part of a rotation or as a . coitnlv will receive sealed bids for the section 1, from Crab Orchard to G, fiiniislimK and spreading of said me 1'vans farm, 15 rods stone. M. Saturday,. Same section 2, from G W Evans' tal until 12 o'clock sell-fo- r farm to Garrard county line, 10 rods March 14, 1914. Said bids may be filthem a profitable etop. ed with the eiiKiuecr at his mi ice in the stone out of the light, chaffy class and make Pot-;at lean 'w Crab Orchard and ChappclPs Gap 'I1 "tan 500 II... I nc? acre of a fertiliser containing prevent 6. court house at Stanford, Ky., or sent to by lodging. yi, , heavy ead. and straw .tron enough to him by mail, those bids mailed shall road whole road, 20 rods sttmc oats, on Potash Carpenter's and Morcland pike whole have the words "Sealed Hid" written W.lir la ut lor Drier on ny amount Irom conspicuously across the face of the road, 15 rods gravel Aim .ft our tree boot on pronuoie imnmn. York King's Mountain and Duncan pike envelope rontainiiiK same. GERMAN KALI WORKS. Inc.. 42 Broadway. Nrs from Kitigsville to Captain "V.ViZl..t.. BMiinttK The turnpikes with their respective section" . lt. "aK'oTiSKwMU., Catrl Kv. sections and amount and Wind of metal Miller's 10 rods gravel. Same section 2, from Capt Miller's I) M. Cress, of Rockcastle county, to each appropriated are as follows; II. B. Cox, of Lancaster, sold 25 s FARM AND STOCK NEWS gravel. Stanford and Danville pike section 1, to Casey county line, 10 Alexander, of fledge- - recently bought of W. T. Druid, a pair sho.it to Wilon Hanging Fork and Hubble pike sec Stanford to Mrs. White's, 25 from ille, for 8 cents a pound and four of mules at $387.50; Jasper McGraw, of lion 1, from James McKcclmic's to jcarlitiK short calves' to vVclc) Walker for $110, of Mt. Vernon. 30 hogs at o cents and rods htone. FOK SALli.-Tv- vu -' Same section No. 2. from Mrs. Mrs Hro.flJdus' 5 rods stone $3 par hulls. V. P. Horn I.aueasltr, from Wal'.ct Owens 24 shei p at ereek Hustonville and Carpenter's While's to Hoyle county line, 15 rods head. One V(ii .11. W.'HollrcUw lottRltt from George whole roid, 60 rods gravel. stone of blue R. C. Aronld, of Stanford, bought iiui'e. anJ foity l(.)Oiic, 1.! lic.nl of 125 pound Iwrs at Stanford and Rowland whole road Stanford and Uush Branch pike secgrass seed W G Rcuton, Hustonville from losli loncs, 14 head of light hogs cents a ixmnd. 7 1 from Stanford and I.ancaster 10 roils gravel p. Long tion K K No. I. at 0 I 2 cents a pound, from Will UJ D. Holtrclaw, of the Walnut Flat Preachersvitle and Garrard county pike to Uush Branch creek, 25 rods four head of hogs at 7 ccnti. a pound; Grcele) Lutes, of Ttirncrsvillc, section, ImujslH from C Selilacliter, a pike whole road, 2 tods gravel. Middle-Inii'E. J Howenstinc two 230 pound stone. from from R. M. Sharp, of nice Jerse) cow and calf for $50. The party or parties making the lowSame Section 2, from Hush Branch pound hogs, and porkers for $7.50 per hundred, from J. 37 head of v.'. A. Lear, a prominent stock dealer est and best bid to receive the con to Hubble 25 rods stone. crek 12 head of 450 pound slock cattle at a M. Pcttin. of the Neat's Creek section, of, Lancaster, IkhirIiI :i pair of mule Stanford and Knob Lick pike sec traet. which consists of v furnishing, a calf for $10; and from Mr Brackett pnatc price hauling and spreading the rock or ofjjolin F, Marscc, of Garranl county, Hon I from Stanford and Hustonville This is the Season when Drccics and Bright Sunshine make Golf, Richard Martin, of Danville, pur- of tins citj a calf for $8. for'465; pike to I languid Fork creek, Jd rods gravel on such part of the section of Tennis,' Bathing, Hiding, and alt other Outdoor Sports especially enHAVING bought the meat market ... ..f, ,,,...,.. chased 15 hogs from Scott Burton, of atT '.. , tf11 turnpike, bid on as may le directed joyable. stone. u. s. tv.tmi-ianv3.. ' ill. it Tim- - nlin llircr slinrtliorn of Fields Bros., I will mine the same t"-- Same section 2, from Hanging Fork b the road engineer or by his repre sorrcll ' tor, Jwuglit a four-- ) ear-ol- d 1 will keep a , uan-ill. ot to my restaurant, where J The stone hid shall be on creek to Danville and Hustonville pike sentative marc ot l.ogau ison, oi lower uarrara calves from Miell uats, also fresh supply of meats of all kinds, 20 for $105. of such sire as will pass thremgli a 2 rods gravel for $175. n farmer, also a full line of groceries, which I Andy (jooch, a Stanford and Milledgeville pike sec inch rim; Premium of the South J, Wlilmorc, cashier of the Garrard of this section, has a pair ol four-- j ear-ol- d will sell for strictly cash. Your trade tion 1, from Stanford and Hustonville The parties receivinc contracts to be naiirxVTrut Co., of Lancaster, purOffers excellent service and most attractive routes Historic 18-solicited. C. L. Gover remare mules for which he has required to execute a bond with good pike to McCormack' Chuich. Scenic Commercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot of the World. mare mule chased a nice four-- j ear-ol- d was made by a News comes from Lexington that it Same section 2. from McCormack's surety to be approved by the Conn of Win. Dunipan, o'f Huhblc, for $190. fused $550. The offer Stop En Route These Famous Southern Resorts has become known that the Uixiana Church to Milledgeville. lutvcr Tennessee tj Judge, for the faithful performance hay, FOR SALE. Baled timothy FARM FOR SALE. 1 will sell stock farm of Maj. T. J. Carson, which Stanford and Prcaehersville pike sec of such contracts. feed and seed oats. A. V. Carpenter, AIKEN CHARLESTON SAVANNAH acres situ- was sold last week, was lought for lion I, from Stanford and Crab Orch The metal to be furnished, hauled priately my farm of 26 Morcland, Ky. Phones Hustonville or SUMMERV1LLE AUGUSTA COLUMBIA Branch, 15 and prcad b) the contractor at a ated near the Blue Lick church. Has Jonas and Simon Weil, large cattle ard Dike to Wilkcrson's Junction City. date not later than Sept. I. 1914. a Itoved house of three rooms; good buyers of that city Maj Carson has roils stone. Sky" Ashcvillc in "The Land of WANTED TO RENT. Small farm j will, a good orchard of about 32 jounn leafed the residence and grass lands Blank bids furnished on application, Same section 2, from Wilkcrson's of the farm and will continue to keep Brauih to C rab Orchard and Lancaster F.. D PF.NNNINGTON. Koad iu Lincoln county, will cultivate irom trees, ilas all necessary oiuuuiiaings, Low Homeseckrrs' Fares Winter Tourists Fares Variable ciy U to 10 acres of tobacco and 10 or Tour Fares. Stopovers and other special features. i If not sold before court day in March his stud of thoroughbrtd horses there rikc, 18 rods stone. Lincoln County highesUhidder in front R E. Ilorton, a stock dealer, of this acres of corn. Address W M. McCoy, will sell to the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike For information as to schedule, fares ami through Sleeping Car p of courthouse. G. W. Snowden Eubanks, Ky., R. R. 2. plaie, bought from l.d Smith, of section 2. from Bauchman s gate to service communicate with )our local agent or Takes Prisoners To Frankfort cow for $35 Ho II) water's gate 10 rods stone. an t) Slu tiff J G Wcathcrford and It. II TODD, D, P. A.. also bought from Elmer Gillilaud eight Same section J, from H)watcrs gate V S. Dr)c, took the three Mam 1937 Starks Building. head of cattle at $27 a head, and from to Crab Orchard, 20 rods stone. Louisville, Ky. Cit) 938 W were sentencrd to the prisoners Burton, of Highland, three cahes Dave Stanford ami Ottenlicim pike sec peuitditiarv In the past term of court, for $18.50 each. Mr. Ilorton sold to tion 1, from Stanford and Wa)tiesburg, to Frankfort this morning The names iod and charges w 'h of the prisoners are A. T Nunnellcj, tight shoats at 7c pike to J. li. Lynn's place 10 We have in stock varieties of a found, and a small calf for $15. stone. as follows; "BucksXin" Dalton, for AMERICAN FENCE Same section 2, from J. C, L)nn's .Monte of Boyle county, has Grover McGuffcy, for No. 1047 which is 47 inches high, made ofNos. 9 and 11 ben in Versailles this week, where he place to Boone's shop. 10 rods stone kiilm Olhc Shousc; John Will Welch, e rod. wire and weighs more than ten pounds purcbrtsid some extra fine cattle. H? mf srrlion 3. from Boone's shop for I mil stealins. No. 726, 26 inches high, made of the same heavy wire, & Baker. purchasd them from to Ottenheim. 10 roU stone 20 rods and the Poultry and Garden Fence, 58 inches high, stays six and Joe Grady. They averaged gravel. inches apart, spacing from 1 2 inches at bottom to 5 inches Stanford and Dix river pike section about 1.250 pounds am! were sold for at the top. This is, without doubt, the best on the market for The cattle were 1, from Stanford and Crab Orchard $7.90 per hundred On Wednesday, March 4th, 1914, as fencing Gardens, Orchards and Poultry Yards. 15 rod shipped to the New York markets and pike to Ha) den's Switch, administratrix of the personal estate gravel. were said to be very nice ones. of William North, Jr., deceased, I shall section 2, from Ha) den's Same The firm of J. W. and T. S. Gooch, offer for sale, to the highest and best KY. CRAB ORCHARD, Switch to Tray lor' .s Lane, 10 rod known as Gooch Brothers, of near bidilcr, ,al public outcry, on liis late Fort Garrett, Woodford county, IiciH gravel. premises situated about three miles Same section 3, from Traylor's disa successful sale in which they oiii Hustonville. K) , on the Hustonposed if all their stock and other farm to Ciarrard county line, 5 rods gravel. ville and Middlcburg turnpike, a lot of Stanford and Lancaster pike section cattle, mules, horses, some hogs, a lot puKiiality. One pair of aged inule.1 1. from Stanford to Logan' lane, 15 sold for i330, another for $310, a of farming implements, several stacks filly for $165 and driving rods stone of No. In), and some household Same section 2, fiom I.ogan's lane mare for $170. Cows brought from $50 as well as about fifty barrels Ciariard count) line, 10 rods stone. to $87.53 while two gilts with pigs sold to of corn, fifty bushels of wheat, a No. The most economical, satisfactory and HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAI0 Stanford and Wa)nesburg pike sec- 1 for $35 and $36 respectively. bugK), and other things too numersV!'akvBv'iLHBa "w cleanest way to heat a room is with one FOR RAW FURS AND HI0ES tion 1, from Stanford to Ottenheim Harris & Speakes, of Paris, conductous to mention WmI en CsmalMlon. Wilts for Brief heaters. And the best of our high-grad- e "rejaawrr pike 15 rods stone ed a public sale of stock, crops, etc., Terms of Sale All purchases over list ntlolfl ihlt ao. and quickest and therefore the easiest Same section 2, from Ottenheim pike for J. r. HinUIi, who resides on the ten dolars Ito be on six month time, way to cook is with the kind of ranges gravCO, Buhkhmi toad, several miles from to Ma) wood county road, 5 rods for which the purchaser will gie his JOHN. WHITE and cook stoves we sell. Come and look Paris Houses brought $75 each; mules el. AH of the stock to be offered for Sroiic section 4. from CartiO' Store sale ?125; cows, $35 to $95 each; sow and arc in excellent condition and of School liousi-- , 15 good quality. to Hutchinson's A ; g', c:2s0; chickcrs, 00 cents apiece: V .1, I each; tonus, $525 rods Kravtl. Sale begins promptly at o'clock P tin key liens, 71KV -- V Same section 5. Irom Hutchinson's M Stanford, Kentucky MRS IJFLLV NORTH. Admx. each; meat. 18 to 22 cents a ound; It hat the only rrai continuoua 10 rods corn, of the estate of Wilianr North, Jr., a harrei. farming impiC' School Hoiie to Butt's store, door opening. stone Deceased nieiils brought fair prices. Houp made of tested steel. Same section 6, from Bull's store to If oopi can be adjusted from ladKiiiK's Mountain pike. 10. rods gravel We tell ron how. and rxrbest markrt der front door frame. prlcra. W are tralr; rstabliahed GRAIN PRIVILEGES Same section 7, from Kiiik's MounIn IS; ami can do BKTTKK (or you Doors made of California Red. tain pike to George Gaines' 12 rods Money in Wheat than agent or commission merFOOT-EAS- E wood. "The Wood Eternal. chants. Krfrreticeiany tank In LouTbe location ol our fattoi sivrt Puts and calls arc the safest and gravel. isville. Write fur weekly price IIH. Tlie.VnlirHiciowtlrr ihaVrnlnlo and lbrh,ws-T- he Standard Bern-d- v lowttl frrisM Itoin milli to factory, Aais from by S nut section 8, from George Gaines' M. SABEX. SONS surest method of trailing in wheat, mtmtj httttr Sil to you. Gtt lor Ihc Feet far a auitlir i rivttl It INIKlUC IT. (or catalog and pnc-- . G. W. Cliffs 20 rods gravel. corn or oats. Ilecause your loss is ab- to rrnlurr. inuiitcttiroooUls. Sold w, ai ua Ostlers M rURS. HlUlt, WOOL. ise. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. Trrtsir - . erywncre.Olmttnl.Mmpit ikum. W solutely limited to the amount bought. Same section 9, from George Altpn s. L, Knv. N Y. s.l. ... ....... (Incorporated) Tkc Man who put IkcEEs la No further riskr louitnui ii Cliffs to Wayncsbtirg. 5 rods gravel r.o.niatf. secprofitable way Positively the most Stanford and Hustomille pike of trading. tion I, from Stanford to Cash's store Open an account. You can buy 10 30 nxli stone. puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels of Same section 2, from Cash's store to grain for ?10, or you can buy both for I lunging Fork bridge 15 rods stone Opposite Court House as many more as .you wish. $20, or Same section 3, form Hanging Fork STANFORD, KY. An advance or decline of 1 cent gives A creek Bridge to Hustonville, 20 rods you the chance to take $100 profit. v-- J: stone and 1(1 rods giavel. movement of S cents $50U profit. Hustonville and Coffey's Mill pike for full particulars, Write section ' 1, from Hustonville lo Wm. R. W. Neumann, Carson's J5 rods gravel A New First National Hank lluilding. Same section 2, from Win. Carson's . Columbus, Ohio. phce I" Ml S.ilrni, 15 tods stone. a Hustonville and Hiadfordsville Pike ma i whole road 10 rods grave1. POSTED N ENERGY 10 GENTS WILL SUY ARTICLES Hustouvilte anil Danville pike seci.Aii tion I from Hustonville to Black pike. 385 Eggs We, whoso imme are signed be20 rods stone and 20 rods gravel. famous all over the have made hi name low, positively forbid any hunting 410 Beef, sirloin Same stction 2, from Black pike to United State and Canada. ' or fishinif and trespassing on our iis-- ; Bovlc county line, 25 rods gravel. Composed of Root, Herb, Bark and premises 1 -445 Mutton, leg Human Diteac. Berries. Fer treatment of pike Hustonville and McKimiey POSTED. Anton Tliormn, Rcv. 1030 1 00 Milk Pursley'i Indian HerU-- 45 Day' Treitment, Father Leo, Mrs. Ernestine Kuhl. whole road, 5 rods gravel. 25c Dakota JaiV Cowboy Linlimnt McKinne) and Coffey's Mill pike Fred Gates, John Buugli, John s 1035 25c. Pork loin Dakota Jack's Crtnie Soap, Price 10c, 3 ban Meier, Mnttio Hewcs, A. J. Dauglier. section 1, from Canning 1'Vcto.r) to old All on siix at ty, Fred VoiiGrueiiij;iin, Ed linllnrd, loll house, 10 rods gravel, 1117 Breakfast Foods ..'. Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Same section 2, from toll house to Jacob Gander, J. C. Hundley, (Jot-lie- b DAKOTA JACK IV( Cowboy 1185 Cheese TIM Northwestern Henke, John M. Carter, S. B. old fair place, 10 roils stone. OT ORIOINATO Dakota Jack Home Addret: Atlanta, Ga. Same section 3, from old fair place Caldwell, A. K. Caldwell, S. II. PUMUY'S INDIAN HERBS .1365 Butter Handy to Mt. Salem, 20 rods stour. ISiiiiphmnn, J. II. Curter, r Rice 2025 Same section 4, from Mt. Salem to Meiide, A. J. Bailey, J. B. Myers J. Prank Smith Father Leo, Henry Casey county line 25 rods gravel. 2950 Potatoes Jenlsch, Anton Thomas, M. D. F.lmorc. MBaaMaMMHHiMWk McKimiey and Turuersville pike rwi 15 rods 15 rods whole road stone 3040 Beans, dried -- gravel. Vj TREES 1540 aMMMa-MMMMMWlMMWHEAT FLOUR ' McKimiey and South Fork pike sec.Strawberryplants, fruit and shade trees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape tion 1, from Green River to the Canning i vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed factory 10 rods gravel. Orchard aloes, etc KvcrythinR for Same section 2. from Canning FacSTANFORD, KENTUCKY and garden Free catalogue. No agents 1841 H. F. Hillenmeyer ft Sans 1913 tory to G T Ashlock Ho'el, 5, rods 3 2 1-- 2 2 giavtl, reNurserymen since 1841 20 15 3, from G T. Ashlock's Same section Lexington, Kentucky and Stanford lintel to Hustonville 1 it. Culling ENGRAVING. Curd 8, pike, 25 rods gravel. McCormack's and Turneisville wedding invitationa and announcement, birth cards, embossed letter church pike section 1, from Turuersheads find envelopes. Tho I. J. can ville to Sam Helm's 6 rods gravel, Ci,m ........... - frrmi 5im ITVIm'ft to tlr.n 7 huvo this done for you at rock bot....v blacksmith shop, 6 rods gravel. 78. tom prices. See our samples. ik . Why Do You Raise Oats? ii- POTASH , fw; U m t Py j"" ' Charles Thompson, of Garrard UtiRht of J. 1. Ilotirne,of a pair of mules for $350. of Thompson, Chas. Ixuight of Jesse Sweeney, of Lancaster one team of of mules for $.i50. T. W. Jones, a stockman of till city, liought from Boh Young, of Adair county, two put) pound cows tor v.iu each. J M. ( raig, of near Brodhead, purchased from Wm. Hurst, of Mt. Vernon an extra good marc mule, three )cars old fur S.MJ MY handsome line of spring samples are now ready. Call and see them and lcac jour order and hac jour suit for Easter, April 12th. H. C Rupley, p The Practical Tailor 's safe of work mules at 1'ublie Stock Yards, on Monday, Marili 9, 1914, at 2 o'clock. Nine com-inmutes all well broke d R, L. Berry, Hustonville, to vvvik. 12-2Nun-nellothreo-jcar-ol- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Same section 3, front McCornack's Lick pike, 6 rods churt.li to Knoli Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln grawl. Clothing! Clothinrfrll Clothing!!! We have received by special contract, several hundred Men's Suits of the season's latest creations, made from fabricsr tailored by the best skilled workmen. These suits were supposed to a great deal more money than we ask you for buying so many we get the cream them, yet ol so we can save you money. 1 12 WE SELL THE BEST CLOTHING COME AND SAVE THE DOLLARS. ro-l- V.-d- 17-- Robinson's Stanford, Kentucky ark Sl. Ui-hc- ls 16-l- pur-chas- FLORIDA Carrier ' 1 Ti-- r.. """ -- e, SOUTHERN RAILWAY at well-know- M 3 3-- 4 13-t- f. the 15-4- 17-2- p, de-ni- She-rif'- Now is the Time to Buy Fence three -- ij., house-breakin- to-th- G-i- Joe-Jess-e 1-- "PUBLISALE Try our Chicken Coops -- W. E. PERKINS, Nothing on the market like it 1 See Farris For Stoves ! W. H. Higgins iaf ld 1 e, FURS AND HIDES 5ZXSS5. VaMHBKvV GEO. H. FARRIS, When you want Go To 1 15-- 4 Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds m ALLEN'S Tf IRS till MONEY '''! Uc-to- y l,t. rcci. T. D. Newland WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES 13-- tf . 3zi fi-iX .a-- 0 0s3 " - 2.; Shu-gar- mmi 'asajijB Strtigtli TJ: :x: BRING YOUR CAR TO ..... i araararaHaViarMr.M(. REID'S GARAGE Expert Mechanician in barge of PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE - pair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. QiviNg Qualities to cents, will go as far as pounds One pound of flour, costing of meat costing to cents per pound. Order Baughman's Fancy Patent No. Flour from your grocer. He has EinjyHnstlt add m. .i John 0. Reids Prop. Phone 203 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ..- s -V5i. ; rx J'.V ifcl a."! tis. lx i .';." .&- -. A ii-k- , .r .