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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914, TMt Paper Stope When Time la Up Watch the Da Oa Label and Keaew Promptly. Yer ! TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS t t "BIG" COURT CONVENED DISASTROUS FIRE AT HIGHLAND Stanford School Honor Roll "The Garden of Allah" In Louisville THE HONOR ROLL OF Robert Seniors. Kffic llaughman, MONDAY AT LIBERTY success "Tin; Garden of Allah", the PREACHERSVILLE SCHOOL Early Wednesday Morning, Destroying IS PASSED IN SENATE Carter, Marion Grimes. of the Century will be the attraction Several Buildings Docket Not Very Full Casey DemoJuniors. C. K, Coleman, Mary S, Theatre, Louisville For The Months of January and Feat Macauhrs Home Putt Through BUI For DistriCook, Sallic Mills Craig, Ellen Holtz-clacrats Solid For Beckham play is a The week of March 16. bruaryNew Organ For ConsoliA very disastrous fire occurred at Ucssic bution of Automobile Fund Among Anne D. McRohcrts, Other Ntwi dramatiiatiui of Hiclicn'a novel which Wednesday morning about Highland dated School Moore, Mary Moore Rancy, Vcrna Counties of State was one of the best sellers a few years three o'clock, which destroyed the genRout, Harry Farmer, Mayme SingleYosemitc, March 6. ago, and closely follows the novel. The l'rcachcrsville, March6 eral merchandise store and dwelling Frankfort, Ky., Mari.li 6 Sentiment Monday was the first day of "big" freedom and human monk pines The honor roll for l'rcachcrsville ton. belonging to John Rogers, a tohouse in t lie senate for a change in ttic (ires Gertrude Gaines, Jesse Sophomurcf court at Liberty, and there was a big love, who violates his oath and bursts tonioliilated school for January and warehouse belonging to John cut roail law of Kentucky is ai strong Hooker, Maggie Rankin, Lillic Wilmot. bacco his homl, and, who by so doing, brings I'ebru.u) . used as crowd in town. Judge J. C. Carter llaugh and the building as in the House ami the upper home Freshman. Frances Bracket!, Joe T was on hands to start the wheels of I Parks, Clinton furniVcrnic Grade misery on himself and upon a pure The booth. voting the on Thursday passed a hill nuking a a figure as old as ton, Parks, Margaret Dychousc Mamie Finbr), Maty Grimes, Nellie Wilson ture of John Lutes, who had recently justice, but little was done in the foreand noble woman, is number of changes in the road law, Hill, Serena Young. unimproved noon and only a few the monastic idea itself. What is new Jordan, hdwanl Payne, Herman and dwelling to Mr which, it is believed, will prove very Francis sold the store Grade 8. Annie V Craig is HkIicii's setting of the subject. this cases disposed of in the afternoon. The Ida I'axton Jordan Rogers, which was stored away in Senator xiputar with the people. Emhry, Nancy K. McKinney, Annie R. docket is said to he tight, there being He unrolls the tragedy in the magiGrade 2 Nannie lloltzclaw. was consumtii in uus nrc. Charles Montgomery, of Case) county, iio murder cases to try, and no imporPowell, Clarence iingleton, Annette ualtliousc cal atmosphere of the Sahara Desert trade J. Ruby Cress, Elsie fire started in the It is said that this had incnrporateil in the law which was Wearen, tant civil cases on the docket. There waste where the great lllei May D)chousc, Rice Arwarehouse The origin of the fire still Eliza-btt- h fathered by Senator Jlosworth, amendwe Grade 7. Hester Anderson, was but little political talk, but the spirit of eternity seems brood; the nold remains a ni)stcry to the citizens of ments which contain the main provisCarter, Clara Cash, Carrie Datook occasion to interview democrats place which the Arabs have so poetiGrade 4. Win. lllankenship, Tory It looked much like the section. vis. Thclma Francis, Kichel Hill Rub) that from different sections of the county in ions of the hill which Representative cally named "The Garden of Allah." Anile i son work of incendiaries that the Mood auflcy helped put through the House regard to the senatorial race and found Hilton, Virgil Moore. sucI lichen's hook achieved its great Grade 5 Ma) me Holtclaw. hounds were sent for. They found a Grade- 6. last net If. These include giving county Sam Craig, Vic Gosc that Casey Democrats arc absolutely cess because it is a masterpiece of de Gr.vlc 7 Carrie Anderson. trail and followed it within a half a the option of having the road scriptive writing and ol tti llnc.tl sug been Smith, Mary Hrackett, Tabitha Martin, mile of Wa)iicsburg, where they com- solid for Beckham. The following pupils have not Wearen, Mae Gover, Sophie sjstini or not as it desires, and pro Pat Whipp is snugly installed in gestion. tard) nor absent during the term of Sadie pletely lost trail. It is not known Geo. Tanner, itdmg means for uortinjj of the roads Patterson the postofficc with Miss Delia Phillips Those rcs'ionsible for the dramati- six months t Wm. lllankenship, Tory Saunders, lli- - right trail or whether they were on by the overseer and warning out of and Dallas Rule, as assistants and the zation of the hook have recognized to sndtrsou, Mamie Jordan, Margaret Hecce h arris, Grace Atchlcy. the parties carried insurance, lllankenship, not. All 5. hands s)tcm Senator Montgomery Grade Hcrtha patrons of. the office arc highly pleas, the lull secret of the book's suc- Dye house-- Vtrnie Parks which amounted to $1,700. The amount did fine work m KettiiiK these amend' ed. The merchants were doing a land They hair accordingly taken for Thompson stuck a rusty Woods Gover. warecess. Prrwilt on the store was $1,000 on the mcnt in the bill, and it went through Glade 4. Henry Uaugliman, James office business, regardless of the fact more than ordinary pains to reproduce nail in his hand and blood poisoning house $300 and on the furniture $400. with a whoop Baiighman, Marjorie Hallou, Lucilc that a democrat presides at Washingthe "atmosphere" of the story. They is feared. Mattic Hell The House passed another good road first made a pilgrimage to the scenes Why not be on till safe side and ton. Cornish organ purchased Carter, Elizabeth Greer, The new Mr. E. II. Kidd, who is going out of hill this week which will undoubtedly described and there on the sK)t they for our Consolidated School has arrived Kinc.iid, Jay Smith. keep Jour property ini.urcd in the reprose sery popular all over the state. Gr?dc J. Ollie Atchlcy, Kathcrme liable companies represented by Jesse' the merchandise business had an aucstudied and designed the stage appur- and is a dandy. Sixteen dollars worth Adolph Camcnisch, Frances 1 his was a hill offered by Represents tion in the afternoon that took most of D Wearen, the Insurance Man? tenances of the pla), and gathered up of biviks have been added to the school Ilrucc, the crowd from the court house. Henry Lcc Davis Fisher, Adelaide Proclite Giccnc, of Carroll ocunt), and material. library. Some other maps or pictures much of the human and other Thomas, the Casey county news man, pioMilcs for a distribution of the im.ucy The result is a remarkably faithful are soon to he secured. The $72 se- tor, Lelia Cook Rancy. C. W. B. M. Auxiliary Entertained was en hands, as auctioneer and he Grade 2. Mary L. Stone, Olga in the good roads fund of the state portra)al of the spirit of the story, cured b) the School Improvement LeaThe C. W. H. M. Auxiliary was de- disposed of quite a lot of news and Irene D. Dorothy Trihhle, for the purpose of building better roads, and a really extraordinar) attractive gue from the box supper in December Wednesday, entertained merchandise Goode, Lucile Walker, Sadie K. Kin-cu- lightfully This road fund is collciied from ownseries of artistic stage pictures, made these purchases ossiblc. March 4th. at the home of Mrs. M. H E. C Moore, the new county attorney, Matilda Hell, Jennie Harnett, Em. ers of automobiles, ihc owner of each the jdav is to witness a Corbin To witness Mr. George Nay lor went to Satin. A short program was rendered, was busy acting in the capacity There, is of machine paying a license ma Hrackett, Frances Traylor, James scries of kaleidoscopic pictures show- Wednesday to visit his daughters, Mr topic being "The Missionary Education commonwealth attorney in the absence .ud to be something like $2tW.iJ00 and in all its moods. They Kate Wade and son, Thomas Na)lor, i'axton. Robert Das ison. ing Ibr usual deof the Children." with the of A. A. Huddleston, who was detainequally among all counties of the state Grade 1. Allen Anderson, Annellc follow one another in rapid sequence. and family. exercises. There was an atCarson, Shanks Farmer, Frances Greer, votional ed at home. is Kitting bigger every year as motor desFirst there is the sunrise on the Mr J P. Arnold, who has been quite tendance of 26 including a few visiSeveral horses and males were Leonard Mitchell, Mattie Preston, Eubecome more iiunuVms, so that ert Willi us strange indjstincl caravan, sick is convalescent. unusually tors. The social hour was for sale on the streets, but very there wilt If quite a nice little sum for nice Pepples, Hatter Smith, Sabra K. figure of the Arab dismountand ihc And) McKinney, of the Paint Lick pleasant, a substantial tempting lunch few of them were sold. The patent Walker, Thclma Walls. each county coihiiir out of this fund ing from his camel to worship the sun. vicinit) visited Mr and Mrs Richard lciiig served. The Auxiliary members medicine man was conspicuous for his Primary. Charlie lllankenship, Beaeach ear for the benefit of better It is but a flash scene jet how eloquD) chouse. are very grateful for Mrs. Salin's absence hence no attraction for sucktrice Camenisch, Lois Mershon, Rowloads in the arious counties All four ent in its silence and ni)ster) it is. F. L Thompson attended Richmond hospitality. Mrs. W. G. Smith, the an Saufley, Margaret Tra)Ior, Adelia of the representatives of the thirteenth - ers Then there is the road to the inonas-te- r court. wife of the new- assistant cashier ofMount, Several of our people arc either dojudicial district, Representatives sister, Mrs. Walker, Dollic Walls. in the forest near Tunis with the Miss Carrie Sprinkles and llie State Hank & Trust Co., was guest ing service as witnesses before, the of Garrard, Smith, of Mercer, Karris, figure of the monk Ilcstir. of near Stanford, visited Mrs. strange and tragic of honor. grand jury, or as jurors. Among the of Rovle, and Saufley, of Lincoln, sup. battling with himself and destiny This F L Thompson. Taylor to Open Quarry latter we noticed J. C Fogle, W. T. ported this lull At the night session of the House again, is but a flash, and then there has been Mr. Sampson Cummins Mr Jason Taylor will shortly open News of the Churches Miller, Oscar Elliott, W. T. Moore and Aftir toda) (Friday) there are but Wednesday night hills were reported bursts upon the delighted vision of quite sick for a few da)s, but is betServices at the Presbyterian church up a lart,e stone quarr) on the StanMcD. Fogle. nine more dajs of the leRislaticc ses- favorably as follows the audience the veranda of the Algeribeing able to be about again. ford road near the bridge and engage Sunda), March 8, Sunday school 9.30 ter now. sion. The members of the House have publishing an hotel, with its gay crouds of Arabs of in the rock business on an extensive A. M. Morning service at 11 o'clock, corporations weather Requiring Despite the inclement Richard Nichols Dropped Dead been considering the new tax law all periodicals in First Class Cities to in front of it, and be)ond the desert, Sunday morning a sery good crowd scale. The rock in this quarry have young peoples' society at 630 "How to week, which is designed to raise funds have S2.0U0 paid up capital stock Kichard Nichols, of Louisville, forincreasing, in its call, fascinating in braved the wintry blasts and attendrequired Prevent Poverty." Evening service 7.15. btcn tested and arc of the merly a deputy under County Clerk to par the state out of dibt hv bringAllowing prison guards etra pas- jt stem, strange ed Sundas school haidness and will make good crushed Union Christian Endeavor service on ing to light hidden property now esGabbard, dropped dead as he was Three great scenes there. There has tor working more than 00 hours a Wires are being strung for the line stone as well as good building rock. Monday evening. March 9, at 7.15. Ad- Mark Danville caping taxation, such as stocks, bonds, w i ek been little of dialogue, and little of of the Preachersville Telephone Co, He will install a crusher and will open dress by Field Worker Evans, of the standing in the courthouse at cry effor. has been made talking to his brother, County Clerk notes, etc. cities of the action, yet already we have been car- and direct communication can soon be for business at an early date. Empowering mayors of DanState I'nioit. He had been visitB Nichols. to shape up the lull o that there will fourth class in discharge noliccmcai ried inio the heart of the story, and had with Stanford. This will fill a ville "Messenger. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. John taxes for several days he no possible chance to increase feel its tragedy gripping at the heart. long fell want. 10th at 2 ing his relatives there for cause. T. D. Raney Tuesday, March and was apparently in good health. A on the. farmers of the staters ho already to So far it has been the spell of the Allowing statute of limitation Grover Sutton, of Hrodheatl, visited Special "Health Warning" For March o'clock". arc paying the principal and chief bur run IS years on negotiable promis- desert Now comes even the warm George li. Sutton and family. coincidence in connection with Nichols' The Ladies Aid Society of the ChrisMarch is a trying month for the den of taxes. This bill is a scry impor- or)- notes. strange smell of the Fast a vision of Anderson, who has very )oung and for elderly people. tian church will meet with Mrs. W. L. death was that his brother, former Master Clarence tant one ami one in which every tax-pLimiting the venue of a suit for an Arab city street, with Us lxiistcrous sine red much with a painful tumor on Croun. bronchial colds. Iaerinne and McCarty Saturday afternoon at 2:30. County Judge Reid Nichols, dropped in the state has a vital interest damages for negligent or wrongful crowds of cr tourists and his tuck for some time, is again well pneumonia are to be feared and avoid All the ladies of the church are in- dead in the courthouse of heart dised. Poles s Honey anil lar is a great Realizing this, Kcpicsentativc ijauf-le- , death to the State of Kentucky and to beggars and the girls dancing in the enough ease just seven to attend school. family medicine that will quickly stop vited. of Lincoln, has offered an amend the Slate of the dectndant's domicile. windows This is changed again to the Mi, and Mrs. J S. Morgan, of Point a cough, check the progress of a At the Methodist church next Sun ment, providing that the bill shall not stenographed for j inside of one of the houses, with its Leas ell, visited at J. J. Thompson's. cold, and relieve inflamed and con day sei vices will be as follows: Sun- Remains Brought Here From Knoxville Providim; for become effective or have any force counts courts. overhauling gested air passages. It is safe, pure. day School The remains of the infant of Mr. and me iiarnanc niui- Willi I'.astrrn girls, Albert Swopc has been P. M., Preaching 10- Knoxville, and effect until the question of wheth Giving count) judges and magis opian entertainers and the strange Mr. M. F. Lawrence's Flanders auto- and always reliable. 45 A. M., Epworth League 6:30 P. M. and Mrs. Harry Stagg, of er the motile want this law or not trates exclusive- - jurisdiction of penal music and costume of the half sav mobile. P. M. Every- Tenn.."' were brought here Tuesday and preaching at 7:15 shall have been submitted to a vote of cases in which the limit of fine is $20 age natives Prize Jack "Chief Hercules" Sold night and taken to the home of his uderson has been complain John I! one most cordially invited. the people of Ihc state At the time and count) D. C. Rcvnolds, of Chatham, Va., a judges jurisdiction of mother. Mrs. Jessie Stagg, where the Alwa)s the same two figures moving ing lor a lew uays, urn is ante io uv Sauftey the this i being written funeral services were held Wednesday mule breeder and tobacco raiser, who Plain Truth That's Worth Money pent I cases in which the fine is $100 tluough the panorama, the nervous, un- out again. amendment has not yet come up to a and jail sentence not exceeding SO couth monk who has t scaped after Using Foley's Honey and Tar for a morning by Kev. C H. Greer after Mr and Mrs. Ha) den Leavell, of has been in Lexington for several days, sickvote. A great many of the members of da), and jurisdiction which the burial occurred in the Bufin all misdemm Inn )cars of monastery life, and Lincastir, visited her parents, Mr. and purchased of AI Smitha this week, the cough or cold may save you both F. Monahan, the House, Training the intense imwere remains registered prize jack, ."Chief Hercules", ness and money. in F. cases (Tills has alread) pass- the girl who is touring the Fast alone. Mrs. J. J Thompson. meanor good shape when falo cemetery. The ways fixes me up portance of this hill, have declared that ed the Senate ) Then comes the beautiful garden of Prof. Csrus Johnson began a spring No price was given out, but it is un- Mtnomoiue. Wis, says, i am expos- brought by Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Kirby, they will not vole for it unless the senAmending the indeterminate the gentle and unhappy Count Atoni, term of school Monday morning with derstood to have been in four figures. ed to all kinds ol weather and I find of Knoxville. House adopts the Saufle) amendment, tence law ( Mrcad) through the SenFoles's Honey and Tar Compound al-- 1 There would The great grandsire of "Chief Hercu with its tropical luxuriance and Us 22 pupils in attendance. catch sold or have a bad cough. I and puts it directly up to the people ate.) mythiEating Corn Fodder loetic Arab piping of love. And last have been a larger attendance if the les." which was named alter the recommend it gladly." Refuse substi Loses Stock from they want the law or not as to whether mhoriziiig farmthe Hoard of Prison the Great Desert of Mogar, stem in weather had not been so very bad. cal giant, was sold for $5,000. Hugh Reid, a sale by all druggists. For Dr. tutes Representative Saufley said on the Commissioners, with the approval of the magic of an Eastern light, the Derirtk Warner Lodge No. 561 of er out on the Danville pike, has lost floor, of ihc House that if he had his the Governor, to grant paroles and fury of a devesting dust storm, and F. S. J. Bell Buys Property in Middleburg in the last ten da) s five head of stock, and A. M. at this place, will give Spring Blood and Svstem Cleanser way, he would like to see the people regulating same. (Through the Sen- the eternal beaut) of the dawn. Fre it an oyster supper Saturday night at 7 S J. Hell, of this city, has bnught four good work mules and one good During the winter months impurities given a chance to vote on any measure ate.) is that Ihc story reaches its climax. accumulate, your blood becomes im- the propcrt) of Dr. Dye, that is lo- horse. He had the State Veterinary to o'clock P. M that the legislature might enact, in Prict from 50c to $2. Mail orders It is one of the come and see if he could find what was Rev. R. H. Haird will fill his pulpit pure and thick, your kidneys, liver and cated in Middleburg order to sa) whither they approve such when accompanied by a remittance are at the M F. church next Sunday morn- bowels fail to work, causing excellent little city the cause, but he was unable to fully Garnet May Run for Congress You feel tired, weak nices hoinis in the "Spring Fever." ; law or not. adv now being accepted and filled ing. Mr. Hell will move determine, but thought that it was and Ian- Electric Hitters the spring of Middleburg. The Lexington correspondent of the Mr P F. Parrish's residence came tonic and system cleanser is what you there about the first of April. Mr. Hell caused by feeding com fodder. Cincinnati F.iiqtiircr had the following arc being Elalxirutc arrangements Thomas Brooks Moves Here verv near going up in the smoke yes-d- a need they 'stimulate the- kidneys, liver Lis one of the best of citizens and his Sunday x)litical letter' and bow'rls to healthy- action, expel many friends here will regret to give made for the unveiling of the ntomi item in its A spark on the roof caused trouStubborn, Annoying Coughs Cured Thomas Brooks, a prominent farmer According to a statement made at and restore your blood impurities ment to tins William Gocbcl, which "My husband had a cough for fifteen county, has recently moved to ble health, strength and ambition. Electric him and his family up. Frankfort this week by a prominent ol Hath vears and my son for eight years. Dr. standi in front of the new capllol Bitters makes you feel like ncw Start the Hammond farm out on Danville from the Eighth Congresking's New Discovery completely curA committee of five from Democrat building Foley Cathartic Tablets are pike, where he will raise tobacco this C. R Reed of Bath County Moves Here a four week's" treatment it will put them, for v.htch 1 am most thankDistrict, a movement is on foot thoroughly cleansing and al- ed Iwth the Senate and House has been sional farmer of you in fine shape for your spring work. SagiC Is Reed, of James Gar- jear. All Druggists. 50c and ways pleasant in action. They con- ful," writes Mrs. David Moor, of DisGuaranteed. induce Attorney-Genernamed to have charge of the program, to the farm of $1 naw, Ala. What Dr. King's New Hath county, has moved to along has net, of Columbia, who .ill tain blue flag, are a remedy for covery did for these men. it will do S. J. Emhry, Sr.. and will raise tobactic. Speaker Terrell announcrd the fol- hero regarded as having gubernatorial II. E Hucklen X. Co, Philadelphia Harrodsburg Negroes Break Jail and sluggish liver, and a for vou. Dr. Kng's New Discovery lowing as House members on the comor St. Louis. bowels, which are improvco tips tonic to the Three negroes. Price Jones. John should be in every home. Stops hackaspirations, to enter the race for Coned by their use. Try them. They, do ing coughs, relieves lagrippe and all mittee to arrange the program for the Representative Harc Marshall and Carl Brown, broke jail gress fail to give relief and satisfaction. throat and lung ailments. not Money unveiling of the monument' Harry, J. North Sale Well Attended Saunders' Sale in Jessamine These friends of at Hariodsburg Sunday night and are Helm, of Stanford For sale by all druggists. II Tieman. Matt S Walton, back if it fails. All druggists. Price Mc)trs, The sale of the personal property of A good crowd attended the sale of Garnet, it is said, are of the now at large. A 'reward of $10 has General 50c and $1. was Letcher Saunders, of Jessamine counlohn C. Duff) and Shclton M. Saufley. North, J. C Florence Buys Property Co, Philadelphia II. fc. Hucklen our pa- been offered for the capture of each William the North deceased, that opinion that dissatisfaction farm near Huston-vill- e ty, last Wednesday and everything sold The unveiling will be held March 11. hold at bought the or St. Louis. J. C. Florence recently tronage matters has made it possible of thnii The Harrodsburg authorities Wednesday was well attended and well Horses were sold at $6685 and farm of Thomas Oaks, of near Hall's described the negroes as follows. John for a strong Democrat to defeat C, F, Evans to Lecture Here Itoth houses on Wednesday listened ! Marshi'l, height 5 feet 10 inches .aged stock and grain sold will. The sale $100; milk cows $40, $53, $80 and $85; Gap. This farm contains about 33 his Helm, who is serving from President seiitativeto a communication C. F. Evans. Field Secretary ot the Price Jones was cried by Capt. T. D. English, of Eight months old Jersey heifer, $41, acres of land and cost him $1,000. He fourth term mid who is regarded as 3 years, brown skin. Woodrow Wilson in which he express-r- d one-Carl Danville, Following are some of the two year old Jersey bull, $70; fifteen sold his house and lot near Rowland Christian Endeavor will deliver an adof the best mixers in his section smill, black, aged 30 years he could not vary Irons his rule not sheep, $4.25 head; sow and ten pigs, to Mr. Oaks for $1,100. dress to the Christian Endeavor Soheight 6 feet, a ted 23 scars, sales that were- made: It has been said that Itmwii, the Kentucky of the Mote. mare to J. T. Norns lor !2o; invitation to address $36; chickens, 5Sc to 70c apiece. cieties of this city Monday evening at of Danville, might be- black llenr) Jaekson. He explainfor horse to Wm. Wilson Educational Association. Best Family Laxative , and Representative the Presbyterian church. Everybody is come a candidate-Use Dr. invited to come and enjoy the address. horse to J John- FALLING HAIR MEANS Hew are of constipation. ed he could not vary frim his rule not $100; five-- ) ear-ol- d TRUTH TRIUMPHS Mcrriwcithcr Smith, of Harrodsburg, King's New Life Pills and keep well. horse to Ike son lor $115; In nuke .an) addresses apart from ofDANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of West Frankand Count) Judge W. H Shackelford, Stanford Citizens Testify mule For The Shelby for $5; one eight-- ) ear-ol- d HEADACHY, COSTIVE, ficial business. lin. Me. calls them "our family laxaof Richmond; have also been sioken Public Benefit S" Bottle tive." Nothing better for adults Five new measures were introduced to Henry Allman for $170 and also a Save Your Hair I Get a or if as possibilities, but it is claimed mule for $205; eleven aged. Get them today. 25c All drugin the House and two in the Senate Of Danderine Right A truthful statement of a Stanford of these gentlemen would Bowels are Clogged Clean Liver and that none gists or by mail, Wednesday. One measure was report, in his ownvsords, should year old mare to Walker McKinney, citizen, Now Feel Them enter should, General Garnet decide to convince- given most skeptical about the , II li. itucklcn Cs Co., iiiiiaiieipma the for $15; a pair of coining three-- ) ear-ol- d cd favorably in the Senate-- tint of Bully4 St. Louis. run. merits of Doan's Kidney Pills, If you mules to Mason Halt for $320; a pair scraggy or llrock reducing the appropria-lio- n rnator Thiii. brill le, colorless and suffer from backache, nervousness, 0 corn club Irom mules to Virgil hair is mute evidence of a neglected for the McKinney Get a 10 cent box. sleeplessness, urinary disorders or any of coming Youth Convicted Garrard scalp of dandruff that awful scurf. Sick headache, biliousness, dizziness, to $5,000. Mrs. Austin is very ill with lagrippe form of kidney ills, use a tested kid- Campbell Mr $200; a yearling mule to nothing so destructive to foul There is At Nicholasille the trial of Hugh ney medicine effunty, has coated tongue, foul taste and torpid ; 20 head of fat catJohn Ford for $141 J. W. Wells, of Wayne Ihc hair as dandruff. It robs the hair breath always trace them to elurge-with the murder of enTunis' Mohlev. A Mantoril citizens tens ol woans tle to S. J Hell for $7 75 per lumdreed; The House passed Senator of its lustre, its strength and its vers located at Mt. Salem, where he will liser; delay, fermenting food in the William Council, a ncgns, resulted in Kidney Pills, five shoats to R. 1. Kerry; 20 barrels very life; eventually producing a gage in the blacksmith business. His bowels or sour, gassy stomach. measuic which had passed the Senate, convincing Mober-le- y Could you demand more manslaughter The of com in crib to Grant North at $520; and itching of the scalp, family will soon join him there requiring State and local boards of a conviction of Poisonous matter clogged in the inis a )oung man of Garrard county, nroof of merit' wheat $102 and corn in shock $4 to which if not remedied causes the hair people of Mill Springs will miss Mr testines, instead of being cast out of conduct courses in the study Health to Ky, says 15. lloldcrman. Stanford, and die the into the negro last August when roots to shrink, loosen hayWells for he has been with them 10 the system is mid nrcvention of infectious e)C dis and killed the "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they l L. Herrv: one stack of timothy the had come to this counts to attend proved to be just as good as adver- to J II Honaker for $(2; two stacks of hair falls out fast A little Danderine years and always did first class work blood When this poison reaches eases, were passed in the House, the he .surcl) delicate brain tissue it causes congestonight now any tiincf-- w ill tised and I recommend them. My kid- timothy hay to M S. Iturton, one for at a reasonable price. lattci now going to the tioveriior lor the fair tion and that dull, throbbing, sickensivc your hair neys were weak and I had backache, $6250 and the other for $65. 1), Canada has a bunch of young cating headache. Get a 25 cent Itottle of Knowlton s his signature. Hearing Doan's Kidney Pills highly cleanse the Cascarets immediately Danderim from any drug store or toi- tle that he will sell about the middle Read This W. A. Shawler's measure providing .praised. 1 used them and they comfirst appli of May. stomach, remove the sour, undigested let counter and after the euro pletely relieved me" Right for Backache KJduev o fthe State into twenty-fWonder The Just for the division food and foul gases, take the excess And Rheumatism cation your hair will take on that life, Legislative districts; Shelton cures (linhetcs, nml nil irregularities The jinn e statement must carry conive Foley Kidney Pills are so thorough- lustre and luxuriance which is so beau, Disordered Kidneys Cause Much Misery bile from the liver and carry out all the M. Saufley's bill for a vote on the ad- of (he kidtiov nnd bladder in both viction to the mind of every reader fluffy backache, rheumatism constipated waste matter and poisons With pain and misery by day, by your Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-a- sk ly effective for joints. Kidney ami blad- tiful It will become wavy and visability of calling a Constitutional men nnd women. If not mild swollen, aching bladder weakness at night, in the bowels. and hue the appearance of abundance distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, der ailments that they are recommend, elruceiht. will be sent bv muil on measwill surely n men and A Cascaret convention and G. P. Durret's in incomparable gloss anti soilness, tired, nervous and of $1. One small bottle in two the aiue that Mr Holdefman had ed everywhere. "A. A. Jeffords. but what will please you most will be women everywhere are glad to know straighten you out by morning. They ure to include Adair county in the Neb., says: "My druggist reseiuom inuu the remedy backed by home testimony. Kidney Pills restore health work while you sleep a box months' treatment nnd few weeks' use, when you ili.il Kolev n Co., commended Foley Judicial District were re In ncrfiiet a Cllte. bend for Ken 50c at all stores. Kiilnev Pills for ifter just a and the regular action of from your druggists means your head will am. illy see a lot of fine, downy and strength, bladder, in my back, and before I finishported without auy expression ol opin Innl-- Isctimnninla. Dr. D. W. Hull. Prons.. lluffalo. N. Y. by an rtrxr. stomach sweet and your liver lains for sale 'uir new hair growing all over the kie'iieys and "When )our back is lame Remem- ed one bottle, my old trounle eiiliie-1- ' druggists. ion by committees to which they werelpnofJ Olive htreet. St. LouU. Sold by and bowels regular for months. cJp. disappeared. , reading. l.iruguUlw. ber the name." (Adv) referred and given their first IILL CHANGING ROAD LAW Among the measures reported favorably, Wednesday were J. G, Coke's hill to prevent fraudclcnt transactions in securities and to license dealers in securities; J C. Lay's measure requiring County Clerks to preserve primary and election stub liooks; W T, McNal-ly'- s two bills, defining and punishing barratry and making voidable hasty settlements for personal injuries; L. II. Tieman's measure making it unlawful for persons for hire to aid in securing marriage licenses, John II Klcttc's bill compelling plaintiffs in divorce actions to give bond for costs; Harry J Mccrs' hill providing an automobile for County Engineers, Matt S. Walton's lull requiring tobacco warehouses to keep d.iil) account of the sales of tobacco with the t)pc sold and providing for a monthly report to the Depart-iren- t II. anil John of Agriculture, Klcttc's bill nuthorlriiig Second Class Cities to regulate rates of public sertheir vice rorKrations and acquire plants by xonrfennation. The Smith hill, to punish the making or using of filse statements to obtain property or credit,, which has passed the House, was called up in the Senate Durham, of Simpson, under 1) Senator a suspension of the rules, and was passed by the vote of U1 to 0 Another bill passed b) the Senate was the Knight measure to regulate the rates of express companies and place them under the supervision of the State Railroad Commission. It received 27 votes and no one voted against it The I rent bill, rmlxd)iug a comprehensive corrupt practices act to govern primary and general elections, was advanced on the Senate calender after the Gimmittic on Suffrage and 1.1' c tiou- had rrorttd the measure without rxprrssion of opinion. The measure i based on the law recently passed in New Jcrsc) The same action was taken on the Glenn bill, relating to corrupt practices in primary elections, which was reported ! the committee in the same was. - fr Dye-hous- e, Hut-chin- s, awe-insp- iring J - Cant-tnisc- h. u d. ed i i: i ' -- m - i I; . fl 1 I! a) merry-maker- s, well-know- n - entirely-effectiv- n ye-a- 1 . Rc-pr-e Four-year-o- three-year-o- ld nt BILIOUSr-''CASCARET- seven-year-o- ld ht hi)' $10,-00- - Tt-xii- s run-dow- Me-Gtc- Foster-Milbur- HjUmUTh riiiwMvi''--- -- J( .ttntJimtn mrisir- r rl S' 1S."'" 'i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH s t, 1914 he The Spraying HBJHBBkL gamgflkamBgaVgagp B- - nMa Interior Journal. M. TKAH r S1IKLTON 1 HAUKI.KV rroprlftor IN .IVA.NCI5 simp. F.nttla gn'' ' Season is on hand as A tri'lilLI l I.Y iraJ EnltrU ' mid to'"'" mcttir. ' Slaaard First Buds of Spring - i A. f '. IB' T F :3ggaBaS IjIvMRIflRLiRSkrvW 1llbaaaBBBVaVHHgafi -t! lfrtimt. t' o Make the Old Orchard Pay by spraying It with Farmers AiMrrtf all eonrminlfallnne to The Interim connected Journal not In iom Indirulml rifi He pap'r.low lirwrt.nl Ihrr mar tws Nn miller nnifnrd and tnptijmeiia communication, to Hi Intrrlor Journal, ir lincrcl. Th nam of an wanted of I ho .rndrr If Too faith and not for publication. food ham .nnvthlng roa a ant to appear In Th Intrrlor Journtl, you mutt algn jrmir name n They are as graceful as the Easter lilly, And as pretty as the apple blossom. : ? Spray Pump Standard of rout hifbett treca ton the ttvunt. You can destroy the petta on your crapevlnej and nuke the potato bust ftltnrpehr orer night. Our aptcial Reaches the topmont branche wash your farm bulMlnga, ditlufect your cnicKen coop and aanitary ftlf Drop In and let u aliow you how It works. knaOMtck attachment enable! you to pray field crop ai.iitaijou ran The Standard fipray Pump will white- nU. (prarrourllvc tockwlth This is worth investigating. Come in and look at our new Sprays, at a price you can well afford to take care of your fruit trees as well as your stock. Intrrlor Jobrral charge for of of triprct and card The rtto la firr rrnta a line. The Intrrlor Journal hat one of th tare fit Joli printing ritaMUhmrnti In central lfmumr ana Tin w gun la rigor who anyone on anr kind of printing 'Ih olltu-arle- 14 It. think,, ruilutlru Women's Low Shoes 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. L.JMB W. H. HIGG1NS ?r Why Not? Clothing!! Clothing! Clothing!!! We have receivefl by special contract, several hundred Men's Suits of the season's fabrics, latest creations, made from tailored by the best skilled workmen. These suits were supposed to sell for a great deal more money than we ask you for them, yet by buying so many we get the cream all-wool so we can save you money. WE SELL THE BEST CLOTHING COME AND SAVE THE DOLLARS. Robinson's Stanford, Kentucky "Honor Roll Bank" is a member of THE FEDERAL RESERVE" ASSOCIATION AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION KENTUCKY BANKERS' ASSOCIATION U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS MAINTAINS A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, with a CAPITAL of - - - - $100,000 SURPLUS and Profits $101,600 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Now is the Time to Buy Fence We have in stock three varieties of AMERICAN FENCE rod-No- St New Silem Mr. Mall Watlc, of Duncan, died the 24th and the remains were laid lo rest in the tlaMin grave jard He lcaei a wife and fuc children to mourn the loss of their dear one. An aged mother, two brothers and five sisters. Mr. J. S. Smith has recovered from a had spell of the grip. Born, to the wife of Mr. Frank Wtl-cha fine haby girl, Ruth. The wedding hells arc ringing at tliU plurr Mr. Robert Moore's birthday was a blessing to all of those who were there. It was the 24th. Mr. Alonro Moore, who attended the birthday of his "TIZ" FIXES TIRED father, died on the 25th. SORE, SWOLLEN FEET Smith has just recovered Mrs. J. S. feet, bye sore feet, burning Good from a secrc sickness and attended swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling the funeral of Matt Wade. fct, tired feet. Good bye corns, callouses, bunions Spalney and raw spots. tNo more shoe tightMr. Millard Johnson went to Richmore ness, no mond with a load of tobacco. limping with pain Mr. Emanuel Cox is quite ill with drawing up or la grippe. onr face in agom "T1Z" is magical, Mr. John Mcrriman, who has been acts - right off. making his home in Paris, III., is visTlZdraws out iting hotncfolks. all the poison Mr. W. C Spratt is still quite ill. ous exudations which nuff tin the Miss Azilc Elam, who had the misfortune to fall down stairs, has recov- feet. L'sc "TIZ" and forget jour foot your miserv. Ah! how comfortable ered. feet feci Get a 25 cent box of "T1Z" Farmers are looking mighty blue. now at any druccist or department Don't suffer. Hae good feet, Must be on account of ground hog store glad feet, feet that never sew ell, never q The expert trappers arc weather. hurt, never get tird. A jcars toot to try to locate the hogs in this comfort guaranteed or money refunded. section before another ground hog day. ML Salem Mr. G. A. Morgan is talking of having a saw mill to come to his farm to We arc having some nice weather at saw some timber. this writing. Mr. J. I, Hamilton purchased Mr. V Mr. Major Fstes is suffering from II. Miller's farm for $1,071. rheumatism this spring. Mr. Emmctt Estes has a fine posiWEALTH OF HAIR tion with the Q. & C railroad. Mr F. M. Eims, of this place. ha Parisian Sage Makes Thin Lifeless returned from Stanford, where he was Hair Soft And Abundant a grand juryman. Mr. P. 11. Richards is the busy man Beautiful hair, fluffy, lustrous, abundant, and fres from dandruff, :s of our section. He whistles from one of woman's greatest charms it's morning until night. her main delight yet so many of the Mr. James Estes and Miss Stella fair sex have streaked, thin and" lifeless hair, and think there is no remedy. Richards were made one at the New Beautiful hair is largely a matter of Salem church last Saturday night by attention, Parisian Sage frequently Rev, K. C. Martin. applied and well rubbed into the scalp Mr. Sam Estes is expecting one of .jvorks wonders. Try it today, and you Mr. Richard's daughters quite soon. will be surprised with the result not Mr. Edgar Smith has a. team of fine only will the hair become abundant, soft, fluffy, radiant with life, but real mules to break and he has been offerly rioublv beautiful. ed a fancy price for them. Parisian Sage supplies hair and The people are well pleased with scalp needs. It surely removes dan one application, stops itch- their new surveyor, Arch Austin and druff with ing head and cleanses the hair of all he is the man that can do the work. Miss Grace l.awson, of Danville, is dirt and excessive oil. All drug and toilet counters sell with home folks this week. bottles. Parisian Sage in fifty-ceMiss Kate Martin is visiting her Look for the trade mark "The girl brother, K. G. Martin, of Casey this least with the Auburn Hair." Try at one bottle from G. L. Penny. He will week Miss Mamie Wall, of Shelby City, is refund the moitev if )ou arc not with her mother, who has measles. Mr. Elmer Lecper thinks he i the HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT best checker player of this section, but he gets beat quite often. The Peopled Market Place Adverfrom Mr. Jacob Wall has returned tise What You Have to Sell Indianapolis Ind., where he has been viiiting his son. er go-innt H. J. McROBERTS Mr. J. W McAninch, and Major Wade attended court at Stanford Thursday. will Bro. Maddox, of Hustonville, preach here on the fourth Sunday in this month. Mr. M. S. Burton, was in Hustonville Thursday. Mr. W, C MontKonicry, has sold his home place here on the Hustonville pike to M. S. Burton. Mrs. Sallic Austin has been on the sick list this week. Miss Ethel Grider has returned to her home after spending a week with her uncle. Dr. Grider at McKinney Miss Lola McAninch. is with home folks here. We aic having some cold weather ami snow now. Mr. Owen Duncan was in Hustonville Saturday. Kickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worms The cause of your child's ills The foul, fetid, offensive The breath. starting tip with terror and grinding of tooth while asleep the sallow complexion dark circles under the eyes Are all indications of worms, Kickapoo Worm Killer is what your child needs, it expels the worms, the cause of the child's unhealthy condition For the removal of scat, stomach and pin worms, Kickapoo Worm Killer gives effect add sure relief. Its laxative tone to the general system. Supplied as a candy confection children like it. Safe and sure relief. Guaranteed. Buy a lox today. Price 25c All druggists or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Med. Co., Phila., or St Louis. GRAIN PRIVILEGES Money in Wheat Puts and calls are the safest and surest method of trautng in wheat corn or oats. Because your loss is absolutely limited to the amount bought No further risk. Positively the most profitable way of trading. Open an account. You can buy 10 puts or 10 calls on 10.000 bushels of grain for $10, or you can buy both for $20, or as many more as you wish An advance or decline of I cent gives you the chance to take $100 profit. A movement of S cents $JUI profit. Write for full particulars, R. W. Neumann, New First National Bank Building, Columbus, Ohio. Utf When You Do Smoke Get the Most Out of It. CM0KE ciiptrs that hac ken krpt uniformly moist, iimfprniKTly handled. J Havana, Porto Uican and Domestic riwars should each be kept in a sciwratc compartment so Hut Hie original llawir and aroma of each kind ol tohaceo is carefully preserved. That's one of the line points in Cigar selling that most dealers overlook, hut it's a sort of hobby with us. You'll find mo-i-t of Hie leading brands at our store, and in perfect condition. If we haven't your fatorife we will be glad to get it. ; 4 v t Penny's Drug Store Stanford, Ky. 1 1 vl W Agents For Jirn Fine , Candies BaaaPT TK FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY JftaQajl "Speaking About BANKS This is one of my good ones. The officers and Directors are known to me personally, and you will nor make any mistake by banking with them." .. j jl 1 ! Jl I laf jj i y rl ljf m aPiS- - No. 1047 which is 47 inches high, made of Nos. 9 and 11 . wire and weighs more than ten pounds to the 726, 26 inches high, made of tiie same heavy wire, and the Poultry and Garden Fence, 58 inches high, stays six inches apart, spacing from 1 2 inches at bottom to 5 inches at the top. This is, without doubt, the best on the market for fencing Gardens, Orchards and Poultry Yards. 1-- W. E. PERKINS, i I.', CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 14 Feed and Field Seeds Fill and Conplete Stocks. We are glad tt receive your orders. Pkoie 54. GEO. H.FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds Go To When you want How's This? TuIi-Uj- Mt. Salem Mr. Mat Wade, formerly of this Two reel feature, Kay Bee, entitled place, but now living near Duncan "The Miser." Also Keystone Comedy, died last Tuesday with consumption. He leaves a wife and five children. He at the opera house tonight. was laid to rest in the Bastin grave FRESH stock bulk and package gar- yard at New Salem Wednesday. Miss Emma Montgomery, is able to den seeds, sweet peas, nasturtiums at 19-- 2 V. 11. iliggins'. be out again after several week' illness. Come in and pay your subscription of Morcland, Mr, Marshal Carter, Mondaj, court day, and get your name was in our town last Sunday after- in early for the next Honor Roll of IKXiIl subscribers who hae paid up. Mr. Biff Floyd was in. Hustonville IT is time jou were getting your last Saturday on business. snrinc corset. Call in and see mv new Miss Laura Cridcr, Mr. Mike Lay cuts before buying. Spirella is the best. and Mr. George Smith, were the guests 19tf. Miss hlia May Saunders. of Mrs. Mattie Vest Saturday night. Miss Lola Wade, who is attending FOlt SALE. A few genuine buff school at Hustonville was at home last torn. Kxtru nice. Mrs. R. II. Crow, week on account of sickness. Slii-lhf,".ty, Ky., Jum-tioCity Ex. Miss Mattie McAninch was the guest No S two rinH. of her cousin. Miss L'jla Wade, last AM prepared to do stamping and Sunday. Miss Thclma Burton was the week's will be glad to have some of your I have the ciy latest things end visitor of her grandfather, Mr. F. in art pieces. Call and see them. Miss It, Lucas, at Arabia. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dameron were the 19tf. Ella May Saunders. guests of Mr. Sam Dameron and famMY handsome tine of spring samples ily last Sunday. Miss Mattie MkAninch and brother, are now ready. Call and see them and leave your order and hac your suit Cloyd and J. M. McAninch, were the (or Easter, April 12th. II. C. Rupley. guests of Miss Gracie Bastin one night last week. The Practical Tailor. Robert Bastin, who is attending HAVING bought the meat market school at Middleburg is at home this of Fields Bros,, I will move the same week on account of sickness. to my restaurant, where I will ke,ep a Mr. Lonio Moore, of South Fork, fresh supply of meats of all kinds, died Friday of pneumonia. He was also a full line of groceries, which I buried in McKinney cemetery Saturwill sell for strictly cash. Your trade day Mil'citvd. C. L. Cover. Mrs. Malinda Adams, of this place, has been at the bedside of her brother-in-laMr Lonzo Moore, Mr John Stevens, of near Dunn-villWe offrr One Ilun.InO IJullira Itrwanl were here to see his little baby, au raw uf Catarrh (bat rauiwt U tund lr fur Italia that Mrs. John McKinney is keeping. Caurrri I'urr. I". J CIJE.NKV 4 CO., TuWo, O. 1 12-2- p 18-- 3 w, c, Money to loan on easy terms. Bromley & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. (( SEAL H A Bran New Line of Dress Ginghams PJnour3$6 SIMR '"THERE ara juit thre at L.L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. BRING YOUR CAR TO SI PAINTS thin ga that pre- 1 vrnt you from ptotcttins your toofa and outbuilding! fiom the tain and aun, and cauae you to live in a houae that vt dingy and ugly on the outiidc and dull and unpleaaant on the inaide. REID'S GARAGE STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Coat of Making Paint The Cost of Selling The Cot of Painting haven't tried WEmaking paint, to reduce the coat el but have even gone to as titra eipenae to eccure the pureat and beat of lead, tine, and kntecd oil ao we can put a guarantee ol complete eatif (action behind every can of Stiver Seal Paint. Export Mechanician in harge of rePARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE pair work of all kinds. Vulcunizin6. Phone 203 John O. Reid, Prop. m I'iJo-JUfa- The Man Who Pat the EEalaFEET FW-EA- SE W m" .rtY0U Look for Tnla Trade-Mar- k Pic. tute ou the Label w lieu buying We cut the Cod of aelling palnr from 2i to 305 by aelling it direct to you. AU the ealeamcn'e aalariea and eipenaea. and th jolbcr'a and dcalei'a pronti, are cut out and you aate the difference Now you can aave another 2 it by doing the work youraelf. You don't need any eaperience. We have a book that tell you jjit what paint to ue and how to ui it. JUST WRITE US NOW ALLEN'S Tbe Anllwntlr Powder for Ten. SoM every. wnrre. I'HKH. Aaafce, ALLEN S. OLMsfre, V Bay, N. V. . Uer. Aching Peel. Real Estate Agency S U. and DICK BRUCE. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, II TY0U 1JY0U I WANT WANT WANT YOU HAVE TO SELL TO IUY TO RENT COLLECTION ' See J. C. McClary J.L.Beazley &Oo I T. D. Newland Opposite Court House WW, tl UDitrralciu-il- , 1. hare known (iirury fur lb Uat 13 raM. ami U'lletf. tiliu terfntiy liuiwiable In all biuluxa Irauaarilvua aiitl Uuam lilly ill to iurr vut aujr bad Ljf lila firm. NAT U.NK or couuenrK. , and tell ui what you want Thtr to painty Olilu. STANFORD, KY. Ilill'i Catarrh Cnre It takra Inlrnnllj. acllug CuwWj upuu the MulmJ aud mutvua aurracra of the jlnu. TtfttmoiiliU acut frw. I'rlca 13 rmta r tattlr, fcuM If all lru((lila. Tale Hall's I'aialljr I'ilU tvi Ayer's SSft A' Sold for 70 yean, Your Doctor. Cough. Weak Throat. Colda. WtMik Luntra. Is a SILVER SEAL PAINT or ttvry purpose. dPQf UNDERTAKER AND EM1ALMER i. a &yyVM iaVZlyCmv Kentucky Paint Mfg. Co. ffaV to Arrfte., MM. 5 J W. Mailci Scrcu. 'LOUISVILLE, KY. Office Phertt 187. Heme Phefle STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 3i UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers ia Furniture Mattiftf, Rugs. Furniture Excfeai;e4 far aH Kin Of Steek. ITANFQM. KY. PHONE 42 vi I' L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ill, ia now Mc i be nut agtln. Mis Alice Lyons lias returned home after spriulinR a ten flax' visit with IilT sister at Danville. K. !. KHcin and Will Miller, of urre licrw last Saturday on STANFORD, XRNTUCKY. FRIBAY, MARCH FARM 6, 19H ANI STOCK NEWS awl'aaaaaaaaaaaBW It nFf ROYAL BAKING POWDER Many mixtures arc offered as substitute for Royal. No other baking powder Is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal Baking Powder Is made from pure, Orapc Cream of Tartar. No alum, lime or acid phosphates. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Huslonvltle Tlic business men and cititens, of Moreland, engaged in a general knock down and drag out fight one day last week. A few faces were bruised and a few revolver were drawn out hut not used. Sheriff J G Weathcrford happou'd to be passing by and stopped the trouble before ati)oiie was scrums-I- v hurt. 1. . K'rjnicrsou. of Powers' Store was here Friday on business. He i thinking of having a public alc of his farm and personal property at an earl) date. Mi Flounce North i suffering from the effects of a large carbuncle on her chin. The )oung men's club is meeting on 1'rnlav nights now J II. Kcril is at Alma. O. vvilh his father-in-laV II. Morse, who has rrctntlt gone into the mercantile business al that place. The I'nion Stock Yard of this place are g lining iputi' a reputation a a trading renter, and especially when Hob Young, of Adair count), gets here with a good bunch of cattle. J II. Honaker ami daughter. Mr. N. II I'ipr, were in Danville shopping, The Torturei of Rheumatism are aggravated daring climatic changes be-can- se TV HoawMK liiiinrjiv J. O. Carjicnlcr ' tctrm tonus l 1 I soM a pair of Mack liiiKlian chickens, One of llieni riRlifd II H)tinili, All llfosr who took the for k. V. I), carrier on the different runt, have rccciscil their Kradcs and alt srtm airly well lca sol with their FOR SAl.li. Two yrarlmg short horn bulls V. P Wood. (ieorge Colson, of Preachers ille. sold (line hog to J. M. Crcs for $40. Herry Burleson, of Va)ncsburg. sold i cow and calf to Fred Gooch for 17-- Costs the impure blood i) incapable of resistance and ordinary treatment seems useless ?fl Sr7TIr! R, I.. Berry, of Hustons illc, sold last vsetk, a $100. three-ycar-o- horse mule for Better CALUMET BAKING t MJtesf" rJ&Jiniwsii'M yfJvKn) Less Bakes 3 1 I Krailr. Wayjr,ntsburg Mr. Marion Caldwell, of Somerset, is at home to sec lit mother and sis ter, Mrs. D. W. Caldwell mid Mi Maud, vrho continue ill. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Hall arc able tc be out again after an illnis of scv eral day. Mr. W. I). Sims, of Somerset, wa the guest of his parent, Mr. and Mrs, Tipton Sims, Saturday and Sunday Mr. Ivgbcrt Caldwell wa the guest of his aur.t, Mr. Susan Harness, last week, Mrs. Ilcttie Singleton visited her son, II. II Singleton, the latter part of last w but the fnmcof Scott's Emulsion for relieving rhcumntiem is based on logical principles and scientific fncts. This oil-foo- d active, red, body-buildin- promptly makes ng blood corpuscles and its g properties regulate the functions to expel poisonous acids. Scott s EmulsioB, with cnreful W K oitglt'toii, ol Wa)iieburg, sold two pig to Wull.up Sweeney for $.1 each. J S Roberts, of Hubble, 'old to Cha Ham, of d.irr.ird count), a )oung horse for $70. S M Sxonamorc, of the Hubble section, sold to T)ler Misscr, a nice Jtrscy heifer for $4J. Priwitt Thompson, of the Last Fnd, bought a pair of mutes from F, L. Thompson, of near Crab Orchard, for $.'.50. POWDER jRjr JEf ECONOMY "'"f ""c )(Kiklii(r for tjr eek. Mrs. If II. Singleton has gone to l.uillow to see her niece, who i vers AT ALL OnUOSISTS ill. Thurtday. Mrs, Nelson Gooch and daughter, Carl Carter ha returned home from Crab Orchard llessie, of Danville, sisittd her mother, Louissille. A pic siippcr was given at the col Mr Peyton Rout en thi wetk. Mis Lola l'rcwitt, of Louisville, i Mr. toting, of Louisville, wa here lege I'rida) night, for the benefit of Ihc Riict of Mrs. C. K. Tate. first of the tsuk in the interest of the the Domestic Science department of the S. J. Hell has returned after spend-iiischools. l'ics of every discriptioti were Y of A. I.odge several das at MnMlcliurK. There wa a moving picture how sold. The highest price wa one dolM. M, Sweeney is suiting in Springat Ihc scliool houe last Friday and lar and sixty cents. N'one went lower field and Macktillc, Washington countthan Joe. Mr. Rebuilds was the aucSaturday night yMr. ami Mrs. Kmmctt Kstes were the tioneer. A good crowd attended and lllciboe llailcy lu lircn confined tu every one enjoyed being there, but giicMs of Mr. and Mr., Roscoe Wheel his lied for ceral tj)s 011 account of the pie more don Stitirdav anil Sunday. illncs. Mrs. Flizabeth Darker has been quite Mr Tom Saw)cr at II. II. Single-Ion'- s Mm. Mary llurch. Mrs J 11 I'axton mill had one of his hand hurl sick for several days. and Mrs. G (i. Perry, were in Mr. M. L. Fish is better. on the planing mill Tuesdav, but not Wednesday Mr. J. 11. Mills continues quite ill. c rintisly. Mis Lillian Siangan, of Kichmoud, Mr. and Mrs. Cheuault Willis and Dr. M. G. Ilryant went to Someret U the gurst of her brother, W. K. daughter, of Nicholasville, are with Sunday. Stttigars and family Willis at the G T Ktynold had a valuable mule Mr. and Mrs J. II . A. II. Severance, of Corliin, who has Spring. to die last week. Ucn here tsitli hi brother, Wm SeverMrs. Jane Hutchinson i quite sick Mr. I'rtd Gooch is having a new ance has returned home. Mr Charle Hucli.in.in of lamisv illc roof put on his house. Mis Jlnhy Harris, of Chcttmit Kidne flcttic The II. Y. I. U.'did not meet Sun-da- ) is visiting hi mother, Mrs. was the attractMe guest of Mis tortafternoon on account of the cold Ihiihnnau. ile Miracle Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. C. II. Anderson is in Nicholasweather J. A. Allen vva taken to the Norton Air A B. Morgan Iu just received ville. Infirmary at Louissille Sunday by Dr. Mr. Morgan Humphrey is in Jellico. a nits, lot of spring goods. J. F. I'cston, to consult a specialist Miss Ruth Anderson is visiting her .Mr. C C, Gooch is putting in a nice Mrs. Lucy Iirailrt lia returned home line ol hardware, furniture, etc.. in the aunt, Mrs. Daisy McCollum at June-io- n from Danville, where she has been vis- I'rida) City. F. Geo. W, Fr)c. of Casey county, was storehouse recently vacated by Ja iting her brother, Humphrey Hudson Misse Sara and Jennie Humphrc) Maker. at Judjjc Mvers Saturday. News has been received here of the Master Butler Revr.olds visited his entertained a few friends last jsatur-da- v The barber shop compati) neM dor arrival of a handsome little son at that evening and alt report a splendid to the post office, has soul the shop grand parent. Mr. and Mrs W R Sin-ghome of Mr and Mrs. lleserlcy Rout. "imc. ton Tuesday fixture to O Webber who will move Mrs. Jesse Stage accompanied Mr. Mr. and Mrs Hajden Lcavell, of The comp.iu) here and Mr. Tho. Kirl to Kimxviltc on them to I'arksville Point Lcavell. were with Mr Sam will install new furniture .mil fixtures Retired Georgia Planter's n c at tin ihumuc 01 Advice To Kidney Sufferers Ramsey's famiiv Saturday and Sundav Mrs. Ilarrs Slagg, who remains quite at once. Miss Ray Hunt, of Iirodliead, i the Regarding the wonderful curative There is tak of a new business ill. merits of your Swamp-Root- , I cannot attractive guest of Mr. Daisy Hunt house Leing built here on the vacant say loo much. New has been received here anAfter suffering sevOne of the most enjo)ablc affairs of lot between Adam's drug store and erely for three )ears or more with nouncing the arrival of a little daughthe season was the social given bv Mr severe pains caused by weak kidne) Lair's store ter at the home of Mr and Mr. J U. I wa finally induced to try Swamp-Roo- t Montez Fish, a few nights since at hi Mr W Iv. Glover, of Stanford, was Handle, of Fl I'aso, Tex., Mr. Kan-di- e through a testimonial I read in 'lomc here in honor of several of ln. , in machine-one of the newspaper. I was in uch friends. was formerly Miss llnice Wearcn here I'rida) installing slot 1 he house was brilliantly il tome of the business homes. a condition that I was obliged to arise of this place. Dtpaun ha returned to from my bed six or eight times ever) liiminated, and handsomely decorated Mr. James Mrs. J. li. Iluck and children base bottle The puest were Misse Mvrtle Mitr 'her home at Danville after spending h night beforepurchased a fifty-ceit was used I and returned to their home at Gilbert's ry, Hirst Perkins, Mary Hailcy, Mis' pleasant visit with Mrs. J W Tow ell. relief that I purchased afelt so much Cn.ck afier a visit t'to her mother, Isa Floyd, Majmc Iloldman, and Mr Russell wiut to Lex bottle and b) the time thi was taken Mrs Gibson Mrs. Mutlic N iv iu. Mrs. Iluck went Caltha New land, also Messrs. itenton uigtoti S.iturd.i) to visit her children the old pain had left mv back dnd to Louisville, and Lebanon to vim her Claude and Willie Thompson. Harrv Frank Kcllv, of D.ivton, O.. is hen could sleep the whole night through. I am a retired planter. TO brother, John N'ctius, for secral das. )cars of age. Collier, John Stephenson, Shelby viMling friend and relative. and owing to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. and Prof Hancock, of the Graded Mr. and Mrs. William Slunk--- of "'Drje came Iyer lat Frnia "W. am in the best of health and vvm- Kenturk), who are spenoing lire InV siuy to Mtlleiigt-'villHe hat' feel like a hoy I am alwa.vs gl.nl to School. Mr. Vewland. Mr. Will IV in recommend Swamp-Roo- t ler here, arc among those 'wRo 'arc H summon for thr 1k to those whe lus and Prof. Hancock rendered splcn II tlurc. did 'nusic and stveral excellent vio entertaining mid bring entertained deputised our town marshal to go over arc in need of it. Sincerely sours, C. K. USS'KRY. lin sdcctio.i plavcd by Prof. Hancock They gave a small but beautiful din- and serve the papers as it seemed imBrowcrsville, (la then the guest were invited to the ner party at the Wascrly Hotel Weil possible for Drjc to get close to them. Personally appeared before me, this dining room, where an excellent luncH ncsday evening. After the several Our marshal succeeded in landing 12 flth tl.i) of September, 1WW. C. L who subscribed the above state- was enjoyed and the youngsters would course dinner served at the prettily de- of them ment and made oath that the same is be glad for Montez to repeat the afcorated table, the party went to Spring's I'ncle Wat Dudderar. of IV) ton's truth in substance and in fact. fair in the future. Opera Hutuc to sec Henrietta Crosman Well, was here Saturday He is lookT. II McLWK. Much sympathy ii felt by every one in "The Tongues of Men." Columbus, ing hale and strong for a man of his Notar) I'ublic, iu our city for our druggists, Messrs Ga , Taper. "I ,u;i. Lyne in the death of their father, which Letter to The hen shower at the Christian pay jour subscription Come in and occurred last week. He was a splendid Or. Kilmer & Co., Saturday evening was well atchurch Monday, court day, and get your name Christian gentleman and had visited Binghamton, N. Y. tended. There were 35 hens presented iu early for the next Honor Noll of his sons here several time so many and sold to Mr. Mcrriman, of Morc-lani- l, subscribers who have paid up. Will Do For krew him. pound Those Prove What Swamp-Rocent a at Id Mrs. George, nf Bristol. Teim , is You who did not bring any hen gave some Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., with Mrs. Robert Collier. She was money, the entire proceeds amounting Itmghampton, N. Y for a sample size the widow of John Singleton, who died repair the bottle. It will convince anyone. You to $J which will be used to will also receive a Uioklet of valuable here iu 1880 and is now a widow for church. the second time, Mr. George having Howard Canmitz wa here last week information, telling about the knlncvs Mr. John-o- n and bladder When writing, be sure died several ywirs ago. She has a of Ht I in husiiif's and mention the Interior Journal. Rtg-uh- r host of friends here, who are doing all came noine Miiiuas ,.li Klmo. mififty-cecon and size bot- in their power to make her stay a ll o I s, w u s tles for sale at all drug store. t spitid n visit with her parents. ' troubled flvo F.vcr)body goes to the opera house. pleasant one and hope she will visit stoik law will siKtn be enforced in years with isssssssB here again soon. RsssssssssssssssB. our town, It is something we have catarrh. TI10 atssssssssssssssssssK Miss Melsadia Chadwick will visit needing for a long time. There are been catarrh wits ssssssssssssssssssssssssMHt friends in Richmond before returning no severe In, a number of gxx white cilllcns who home I1I1 have roguish hog that go where thev that his lift BSBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBT. Mr. Sterling Gray has located in regardless of gates and fence please t e in o J Georgetown where he will operate a stock such who have People ny threatened. tBSBBBBBBF.. broom factory. His family joined him As he turn them out on the public and thev there, and write friends here that they It detro other people's crop. All himself, he are well pleased with their new home ILsbsbsbW' fi TMsIssbsbsbsbsbsbbP the colored voter here are opposed tr had "o n o 'riSSBSBSBSBSBSSAi We are glad to commend thi excel-iii- .l 'SSBSsMf the law except two. In the foot SSSBSBSBSBSb! ISBSBSBSK, &EkST family to the people of Georgemve." Fred Carson, of Somerset, wa here sbbbbET '"V town and sorry that they could not Of course LBBBBBBBBBBWyBl on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. locate here. he tried to W. V Carson. set relief. Our city council meets next Friday Many night. A full quorum is expetced as Pj-mIprsiSs, conwere there is some very important business Baby sulted and a MR. S. S. JOHNSON Loss White to attend to. Chick Blarrhea SU Elmo, Illinois. Kcmcdy Foost Henry McKinney, of Kidd's Store Just a little care sod small cipense, Specialist In Without thcM two EUr"'ri that's all. Isn't head of rich, til. Louis wan tried. IIo got so weak was here Tuesday on busines. cannot lurcvsd wlthiwuhry. heavy hair worth while? and thoroughly run down that ha deNo other preparation i the flrtt The electric light plant and Lipps' IhrtcwscLaaa PralU Baby Chick Food-t- te, clares he could not walk more than Ask Your Doctor. too and Sl.OO- -th only aaf ration. roller mill will be sold here March the a hundred yards without resting--. Iniurca lust growth. 7 Few people understand that catarrh To pravent Intntlnal traublaa the on TO THE PUILIC Is a constant drain on the system. Rev A. If. Haugh and wife, of Cor- ur ipvcina la Pralta Whit Diana 1 represent the largest and best The discharge of mucus which Is bine, have arrived here Kemdr SSo and bUc Attar tby pan Rev. Ilaugli lh early critical period they matur Coins on In such cases Is largely comclothing house in this countrquickly fnto prunt paying- - uiemtwrt of will serve as pastor of the Christian posed of blood serum, and Is u great your nock. V. Price & Co, Chicago, III. y-lid waste. Sooner or later It will weaken church for the next )car. HrfuM substitute; Inalat on Pratta. My experience iu measuring and dirstrongest man. spent the "Whistling" James Stevenson ,?tifactl n Guaranteed or Money Back ecting the making of your clothes, According to reports received from Ctl lyattn ICO van lultry Vvok last week in Lexington, visiting a )oung Mr. John Hon. he as In a desperate gives me the advantage over one who lady friend, For sale by New Stanford Drug Co., is not a practical tailor. If you will condition, but ho found relief from S , Walker has sold his share in Stanford, his trouble. Wo will let him say how Ivy., F. L. Davis & Son, give be your order I wilt promise you he found It. Ills own words say: the moving picture company to Gihnorc Stanford. Ky., 404J. MMy friends told me to take a square deal. You will get the worth liurton. and I did so. I now feel that of your money, either in the cheaper Mrs. Marshall Herring is quite ill at l'eruna has saved my life. It Is the grades or the higlur priced. My spring this writing. bout medicine on eurth, and I would line of samples are now ready for your Lancaster, was not be without It." Harrv Anderson, of inspection. Cull and let me show you. This scums almost too Rood to bo here Saturday. true, No doubt there are some rendH. C. RUPLEY, Ths Practical Tailor, Dunn to Will Neal had F.ugciic ers that will think so. Tho abovti statements, however, can be verified shred his fodder for him last week. Maseru' Meeting by wrttlnr Mr. Johnson. Mis F.llcu I'owar slipped on the ice A. W.. dkIi It lanroln LoaVa Ko. CO K. Every home should be provided with and fell. She sustained a badly spraintlaltd communication on neti firat and I bird Morda ulfbla ol each nioiitb al T o'clock il tho lust edition of "The Ills of Life," DANVILLE, KY. ed arm. 1'iflr ball on Main tlirrt. Hunlorl. Ky. Mi'Ji sent free by the l'eruna Co., of tUtcr lodfra (ratrrntlly intltrd to t .Mrs. J. A. Dob, who has been quite OFFICE NEXT LOOAN'S -- TAB I Ohio. J. W. JKKLA.SU. Krc'y. prmnt. Mrs. Logan .McCall was in Louissille 11-- xl (i Dan-sillc. it diet for one month, will relieve the lame muscles and stiffened joints and subdue the unbearable sharp paint when other remedies fail. Bewart of alcoholic Imilatlotu mmJ intUt on th purity nf SCOTT'S. Calumet I mnde right to dell right to Nike right. Ask owcli, of Hustons illc, sold to one of the mlllloii of women ss ho use It or nsk your rrueer. p,ilMKS'leM Josiah Bishop, of the West F.nd 22 WO RtCETVED HIGHEST AWARDS head of SSO pound cattle for $38 per IJj WoehTa Pure Food Eiposltlan. Ckicasa. M. rariaEapsMition, Fraaca, March, 112. Iliad KJj m Brown Bros., of Mill Springs, purchased an extra good pair of three- . ntaawaeyaaTnkrcaesMic-ueBsTWDnlkakU. IrrCslseut. year-ol- d mule from J. W. Govcr, of lr S'iia!u Bin sraultnat llm let rtnhs. Cifairt U lu uaubt U m & ae4 eaW the West Iind, for $225. FOR SALE,-Da- lcd timothy hay, feed and seed oats. A. W. Carpenter, clieap. For further information write. Chsppe'.l's Gap A. D. Smith, Ilarbourvillc, Ky. 3 Rev llrock filled his regular apMoreland, Ky. Phones Hustonville or T W Jones, of this city, bought from pointment Sunday with a small crowd unction Cttv Whitt Head V Co, of Lebanon, have S Zwaiiif.il, of the Hall's Gap section, present and all enjoyed a good serpound luigs at 7 cent mon. engaged two car load of hog from six head of Mr John Pike spent Sunday with , W Pipe, of Turner illc, for fu a pound Mr Jones also Itoucht from II. D. Holtclaw nine head of hogs that Mr P.il Jeswein ture deli.ery, at $8 per hundred. M.tsler Odis Chappclt spent Sunday Alfred liads, of thi city, ha bought I uf'K'lc,J a,MMIt ,(" I01""1 e',ch for 5" with Mr. Khner Reed. l'cr nc:"1 the wool off of 1.800 head of Mr.. Molltc Chapped i on the sick-lis-t TO TIIF. FARMRS. Hrc are in the imnunting to alxnit 9,000 ixHind. He at thi writing. wn ha paid from 15 to 20 cent a pound. woo! business for the firm Mrs. George Reed is on the sick Jones L. ndcrson, of the I'reaclicr.-vill- e ol Springfield Woolen Mill Company, liiiday spent section purchased a in apringnciu. i cnn., and will pay) Mis Ruby Harri jack fmm R. L. Hubble, for $500. He lugiicst prices tor same. We want your night with Lillic Chapel. Mrs Annie Ilrenicli i on the sick has also bought a stallion from B. D. trade. See us before you sell. J D list. Fads & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. Holtzclaw for $200. Mr Melsaw Fraier i better at this George Colson, of Prcachcrsvillc, .writing. liought a quantity of oats from J. S. Avoid Stuffy Wheeiy Breathing . Mi Margaict arbcn wa the guest Take Foley' Honey and Tar ComPelttis, of Crab Orchard, at 50 cents a pound for an mclamed and congested Q Annie Sight. bushel, also a lot of corn from Fisher condition of the air passage and bron.Mr Ridder's family left last week Herring at $4 per barrel. chial tube. A cold develops quickly FOR S l.K 2IO more acr.-- of land if not checked ami bronchitis, lagrippc for Kansas city to make their home. The Lutheran pastor will come from s 1CI under cultivation, four mile west and pneumonia are dangerous Harsh racking coughs vvcak-t- n Illinois, to. make hi home here and of Hustonville, two miles from pike, but Foley's Honcy and conduct the Lutheran church. known as the Smith farm. Will sell Tarthe system,pure and certain in reis safe, We are awful sorry to know that Contain no opiates. For sale sults Cl'.as. Fnsshn got hi fingers mashed. by all druggists. J. S, H 3 fU fcj iMnk you nn. In these days of Iilgh living rot Calumet Insure n wonder- fill snviu? In your luiklnjr. Hut it doc more. It Insure viholtlomc food, tasty raised fmal. -, z- RSssSEg!Sa IIAIiUMKll UTitVf4l f3j!3 iaSen laWatrl Pfl Jjjj i f Tm'I 19-- IJ-t- , well-kno- v.'' hl s posi-bilitic- Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE ncy a chick' throat cures cares. A few drop In the drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chick dlcacx. One UK bottle make M pallons of medicine At all JrURgiaU. Sample and booklet on "Disease of Fowls" sent FREE. Bourbon Rtatedy Co. liiiiftn, ly down FOR your garden seeds and toots go Hemp Station Catches on Fire 19-to Farris'. four Hemp Station situated about miles from Stanford on the Knob Lick pike, caught on fire. Monday and it wa thought at first that this station Mr. would be completely destroyed. Qnlckty rellere IlheamatUn, Sore Stua-- J lltckaclte, :l, Kcuratdla,money back llradach toand Gainett, who was on duty, was on rr. Kit fail; palai. lour or tu four anr ch Id tor the second story and the fire started unnTtxj in 50t in the basement, but he immediately J'ric0saUBpU ftavdAt Ail iruggw alfttmUf wul an rinMU Frw BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. after discovering the fire hastened to Lexteflton. Ky. 342 Eist Mttfl St., the basitncnt where he succeeded in extinguishing the flames that had not gotten under headway. ii fin r't 2 1 nt one-doll- City Conveniences Fop Cnnnfrv Homes 17 1 New-lan- 1 -- c the advantages of running water uuuer pressure iu yuur uomc wiiuoat any Krcai expense by installing a Hoosier 1'neumatic water Supply System. Think what it would mean to etry member of your family to hae hot and cold running water in the V Uclicn, bath roo-- and laundry; how much time and work it would 'ive to have it piped to stock tanks, stable and other points about the premises. You can n hae all . ill JlU JeWyJ L"isiUKJtBiiiraiaamii5iiM fiqiri la issjsi, mntfuAAir?ijm?uiftutjmerr!. Ssi;, 1.. im jWB'A SSBBaWo,?.il',' r h:mA T W -- ii "Wl aaaaaaaaaT k"&f? &&??&s? y-- Us-ser- Hoosier Pneumatic Water Supply Systems are planned separately to exactly meet the conditions under which they must operate. They may be inexpensively installed in old or new buildings. Come in and let us help you plan your system now, or write or phone and we will call, take measurements and quote you prices. You owe it to every member of your family to do away with the drudgery of pumping and carrying water, so act on this matter now. altxmler Fntuinallc Water Supply Systems can be operated by hand, windmill, gaaollne engine or electric motor. ot HAD CATARRH FIVE YEARS. i Heating' and Plumbing WARNER (a BOWER, -:- - Stanford, Ky. ii lxil nt one-doll- i - WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST- - AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT ARTICLES EjJUS can ..IIIIWlHfe 1 11 TESTS PROVE IT ENERGY 10 CENTS WILL BUY 385 410 445 1030 1035 mm J Beef, sirloin Mutton, leg Milk 3 1 prac-tltlone- rs Prevent & catarrh Aycr's U!Sr fiS-.n!- '' assssM saaaaanaaasaVI --Mi --stskVMHasvaa-aHMr Pork loin Breakfast Cheese BUllBf Rice POtatOeS BeanS, dried WHEAT FLOUR a P! FOOdS 1117 1195 1393 2025 2950 made-or-ord- er sjjBjaaWaaWsaajnBjjBsjj, asjsjeaaaaaVaatamtakaKatsskMaaaaaW 3040 6540 1 o, EmryMuscli and 1-- Struct.! Giving Qualities 2 Dr. iffy I. fey One pound of flour, costing 2 to 3 cents, will go as far as 2 pounds' of meat costing 15 to 20 cents per pound. Order Baughman's Fancy Patent No. 1 Flour from your grocer. He has it. Veterinary Surgeon tn J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ( j gigl1! IH ' '' 1 -- f . y-' , . l-- ': i . w y' -- ' -- nrT?3 MU" f TMK INTERIOR JOWRNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914 'M kYA,:.Vak7.VVJ.VV.UV..VV.MJV.IWvi I ! ICta 8 i ... gltSSS Out At Cost Ready-Mad- e it m AW aw. Having decided to discontinue the Clothing, we will for the gg V.T. Next Fifteen Days There is no introduction to make you on our celebrated line of HART, SHAFFNER & MARX SUITS, for every man who has worn one knows how well they feel, fit and wear. We now have, and ready for your inspection, a line of this season's most fashionable and serviceable fabrics, and you will indeed be sur- exceedingly low prices which we are going to give you. Owing to the fact that the Fall and Winter seasons have Erised at the little backward to our winter goods, we will offer you the following articles at the price mentioned below, during this sale only, AND FOR CASH there will be nothing charged at sale prices. Would suggest to those wishing to purchase any of the following goods to come early and get what you want while the sizes are here for you. Close all of our Suits, Overcoats and Pants at cost and below. p ::-. m iTi? Men's Fleeced Men's Fine Shoes we Men's Shirts $150 white $1 Hi Men's Suits $1 $1 Overcoats $20 overcoats, $18 overcoats, $18 $16.50 $14.30 $13 50 $12 $9.50 $7.75 $6.50 $15 overcoats, Underwear Wright's Pure Health Heavy fleeced 50c now Union suits $1.50 now Union suits $1 $1 Men's Odd Pants .. $13.50 have them now ...75c in tan, patents, gun metals. $4.75 plaited bosom bosom MENS HART, SHAFFNER AND cost cost cost ... ... ... Made Either in English Peg Top. $ or extreme Fancy plaited MARX SUITS $30 .. ..$12 $9 JO $7.73 $6.50 Wool, extra good $1.50 now ...,$1.10 $6 Hanan shoes, sale price shoes sale price shoes sale price sale price sale price $5.50 Hanan $5 ... .. $150 Kfcligee Sl-5.1 $1. $1 $4.25 $3 85 $1 suits sale price ... pants $4.75" $3.85 $3 -- p :&! 388 ...t 39c Soil Neglige Pongee Florsheim $27.50 $25 suits sale price sale price sale price $12 50 overcoats, $10 overcoats, cost $5 pants $4 pants $3-50 $1.10 79c 79c 39c 39c $4 Bostonians $3.50 $3.10 suits cost 1 now 79; Sfts: i.V Bostonians .... $1 White plait, e $2.85 50? $2.85 $20 suits The coats are all No. with convertable back quality made belt in .' $265 $2.19 $1.83 $1.43 98C A a-;-- .- a No. !. shirt for v $3.50 Eclipse sale price $18 suits sale price $15 suits sale price $12.50 suits sale price collar and $3 suits $2.50 suits $2 Men's & Boys' Caps 4J. $1.50 caps, $1 Mrns' H( $3 gun metal blucber $2.50 gun metal blucher sale price $2.60 $1.90 50c sox silk 25c sox, rilk 154 ok shirts ulU latest style $1.10 79c 39c 19C J. caps, latest style .. 50c caps, latest style .. latest style We have the largest stock of shoes in town. We can shoe the whole family and save you money besides. Our work shoes, we believe are the best to be had, our rubber boots, shoes, and felts also going at reduced prices. They are all this season's goods. Can. save you money on them .... ... .. 39c 19c $10 suits sale price $1.50 suits black sox lie 8C These suits are all good colors, blacks, browns, Gray, Blue Serges, 3 and 4 $4 Corduroy Pants $5 linen chains $3.50 $3.10 $2.85 $2.10 ft. :: IV : 25c caps, 10c black sox . . Boys' Pants $1.50 pants $1.15 Latest styles and colors, all sizes for old and young. button sack. We have them made in all linen chains Ties $1 T.itif.o styles from the form fitting English $3.50 linen chains $3 pants 50c pants $1 .., .. ... 80c 39c model to the extreme full ones. linen chains A'.Vi .. d 89c 39C 19C $2.50 linen chains $2 linen chains $190 $1.45 $1 10 Stetson Hats $5 now sale price $3.75 $3.25 $2.85 50 cent .. Overalls Headlight, union made now 89c $1 Women's Shoes $4 Queen Quality $3.75 Queen Quality $3.50 Queen Quality $3 shoes patent) button $3.10 $2.85 $2.75 $2.40 $1.90 $2.50 to $3.50 $1 me- 25c four-in-ha- .... M.I Av; .. Boys' Suits $7.50 t r"r now sale price boy suits, Norfolk $5 $4.25 $3.85 $2.75 $2.50 $3.50 now sale price Ladies' Hose $2 silk $6 boy suits, Norfolk $1.48 $1.19 B9c Our line of mens' fancy hats and con. servative style at these prices $2.49 '. garter top garter top garter top lisle $5 boy suits, Norfolk A. .it? $1.50 silk $1 $4 boy suits, Norfolk $3.50 boy suits, Norfolk $3.50 sale price $3 sale price $2.50 sale price $2.50 gun metal button 100 silk garter top $2.29 $1.59 $1.39 $1.15 pairs ladies' shoes 50c silk 25c black 39c 19c 19c leggins Hart, Shaf fner & Marx Suits are high If you need some class none better come in and let extra nice pants, get them here and now. us fit you. 50c 39C legglns . 79c Af.Vi iV1 :;: A'mVi choice We carry these shoes in tans, gun tals, Patrnfa, vicis. &: It'.?-.- - $2 sale price $1.50 sale price 25c black, white foot Boys' Union Suits Boys union suits 50c now lie black lie .. . Sale Last 15 Days Suit Cases ALL REDUCED 39c AuVi ? fiA 2Sfc I A. The above are all new, number one, good goods, and to entirely close out our stock of Clothing is the reason we are making you these extra special inducements on our other goods. We will for the next 15 days give you any of the above articles at the unreasonable low prices quoted. Those who are in need, or who contemplate the purchase of a New Spring Suit, will find a pleasing array of the season's newest shades and styles, at a sacrifice price. When we say COST, that is exactly what we mean. We Now is the do not intend to make one penny pritof on any of our Clothing. We mean to close them out and get the CASH. time for you to purchase your Spring Suit, as Easter is right here at hand. Think of this sale from a business standpoint. When you can save dollars, that is money to your bank account. We have the goods and the prices and there will be plenty of good salesmen and salesladies to wait on every one. Come in and look over our stock before purchasing anywhere else. 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