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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH N (i Ut Watch dM Dm nntttssmk4iaW Tki Ymv Ob 10, 1914 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Hftftt trt' PANES A NEW LAW by the House committee. BOOTLEGGER LODGED IN JAIL MRS. ADAM PENCE I0ES WELL-KNOW- PEOPLE DEAD CNERAL TAXATION BtM-Re- Original Orttir Changed Fio fwei (o Create Office of Cewrty Health Officer 10. Both March Frankfort, Ky Houses of the General Assembly arc walking morning, afternoon and nigliti his week, which Is the last of the 1914 legislative session. Adjournment Mill finally lie had a week from an'd the lahors of the members Milt he over. Action upon a numher of important measures was taken by the House and week. The House passed Senate the next tax bill, but to ait up and amended that its own father wouldn't recognize it. While designed to raise mure revenue for the support of the 1 state government, a great many of the iirauiUra mere very fearful that It Mould operate to raise taxes on the a farmers and therefore voted against it. Representative S an (ley, of I.inocln, was one of them. Representative Karris, of Hoylc, and Smith nf Mercer, voted ftiamst the hilt hut Representative .Mount, of Garrard, supported it. L'cforc final vote wax had on the hill, the House voted down Representative Saufley's amendment which' prodded that if the hill passed, before it should take effict, it must he submitted to a vote of the cop1c. The bill would have received much stronger support from many of the member if this amendRcpreienta-tiv- e ment had been adopted Sauflry nude a strong plea to the inemlier to vote for hit amendment, declaring that the legislature should pot pass a measure which would affect the whole people of the state so vitally without giving them an opportunity to say whether they wanted it or not. u The Rules Committee look charge of all legislation tin both the House and Senate Friday and from now until the end of the session will have almost absolute power to dictate what measures shall be acted upon and what shall not be considered. Among measures reported by the House Committee on Rutes as special orders of business are the following. II. II. 35, to limit passenger fare to 2 cents a mile; H. U. 2H2, to give County Hoard of Education authority to fix time for holding election to vote special lax for consolidated school districts; II. Ii I, empowering trustees of common graded schools to levy school lax not to exceed 50 cents on $100; If. Ii. 241, to provide for descent of property of adopted child to adopted parents; It. 1). 277, to grant pharmacists' license, without examination, to peisons graduated from medical school on or before July 1, 1905, II. 13. 28. to grant to persons graduated from medical school on or before July I, 1905, licenses to practice medicine; If. I). 459, to make white women eligible to office in school elections. The House concurreil in the Senate amendments to the bill of Representative Hampton, of Fulton county, prohibiting the shipment of liquor into a 'dry" territory and designed to conform to strengthen the Webb law prohibiting the interstate transortalion of liquor in local option territory, and passed it by the vote of 79 to 2, ReFryer, and II. C. Duffy presentative voting "no." On motion of Representative Reed, of Mason county, his bill authorizing State 'Hank to own stock in Federal Reserve bank.s and placing State banks on an equality with national hanks, was called from the House Committee on Hanks and Hanking. The hill of Senator Wallace C Hall, an exact counterpart of the Reed bill, was then submitted for the latter and was passed by the vote of eV to (I. It will now go to the Governor The first bill submitted by the Rules Committee in the Senate for passage was the lull '.vhich has passed the House, creating the State Taxhook Commission, and providing for the uniform adoption of taxhook. Two amendments were offered, one e.ti,lptir.g cities of the fifth class from the provisions of the bill. The other amendment, offered by Senator Hilcs, provides that the retail prices shall not exceed the contract prices at which the lookx arc sold m any state, county or school district, lloth amendments were voted down and the bill passed by a vote of Jo to H Those voting against the bill wire Senator Antctt, Clay, Knight. Huffakcr, Hall. Hildreth. Montgomery and Robertson. The next bill taken up for passage permits the State Capitol Commission to sell the old executive mansion and apply the proceeds to pay the debt on the new mansion, which amounts to $19,000. This sum was expended by the Capitol Commissioner in finishing the new mansion. The bill was passed h a vote of 25 to 0, The bill which has passed the House providing for the uniform accounting and inspection of public records was next taken up for consideration. hill was The uniform accounting pa. Mil ii a vote of 32 to 0. 1 he bill of Senator Ford, relating to jurisdiction of the Court of Appeals, providing for no right of appeal in civil actions, unless the controversy involves $500. nur from a decree of divorce or a punishment for contempt, nor from judgment of the County Court except in actions of division of land or allottment of dower, was passed by a vote ol 29 to 4. Senator M. O. Scott's bill to require the fire marshal to regulate the storage of inflammable materials to provide for enforcement of his orders and to require fire drills and teaching of firt prevention in schools, was passed 20 to 0. The measure of Senator Hosworth. to give consent by the Stale of Kentucky to the acquisition by the United Stater of such lands as may be needed for the establishment of a national for-rreserve in this state, was passed by a vote of JO to 1. The next bill called up was the one offered by Senator Hrock. to reduce to the Department the appropriation of Agriculture from $10,000 to $5,000 for the encouragement of loys' corn clubs. As a substitute for the bill, Senator Hall offered a bill revising all the appropriations made to State institutions, State offices and commissions. Senators Moody and Frost rals-i- d the point that the substitute was not germane to the bill. As the substitute met with so much opposition, it was withdrawn. The change made in the appropriations, as set out in the substitute of Senator Hall, follows Reducing appropriation to the Deand partment of Labor, Agriculture Statistics from $23,000 to $10,000; State Board of Agriculture front $20,000 to Geological Survey $10,000, Kentucky from $27,500 to $20,000; Kentucky Home Society from $50,000 to $25,000 Historical Society from $5,000 to $2,500; Library Commission from $5,000 to $3,000; clerk hire of the Secretary of State from $10,000 to $8,000, and clerk hire for the Department of Education from $7,350 to $5,350. The substitute carried an appropria tion of $5,953,65 to pay an indebtedness ' (Concluded on page two) it Chil-drctt's At Liberty With Sevtral Fiats to Work Out Other Ntwi Yosemite, March 9. II alt Turpln, the notorious bootlegger, who has been a terror in the southern part of this county for a number of ycirs, is in jail at Liberty, and doubtless realizing that the way of the transgressor is hard. He is laying a fine of $100 imposed in the lower court and fines aggregating over $300 with jail sentence in each case, were imposed in the circuit court last week, and thcic arc other cases against him. Besides it said that the Federal authorities will of him soon, When brought from the j?'l to he s house on the first day of circuit court he came in. smiling and one unaccustomed to his manners of life would taken him for the bad man not have he i He ba oivm the officer of this and Russell counties no little trouble, but it seems that the end has been t cached, and we are trusting that oth ers will profit hy the fate of this notorious Some dozen or more of our peopje were summoned before the grand jury at Libei ty last week, and others were wanted, but they sought tall timber, when Deputy Sheriff Ashley came into town. Haptist church, at Liberty, that has been without a pastor for some months has secured the services of Rev. R. A. Barnes, and he took charge of the work Sunday. Rev. Itarnes is among the ihlest of Haptists ministers, and the Liberty church is to be congratulated on securing the services of such an able pastor. Rev. Barnes is at present district evangelist for the South Kintueky Association, and has been worknif, in that capacity for two years. take-charg- e TO HER RICH REWARD A Noble Christian Woman Died Mot day Morning After a Long Illness Mrs. Andy Hlatt and W. C. Turpln Passes Away Other News Hrodhead, March 9. Mrs. Andy Hiatt, died at her home in the Hiatt section Thursday. She had been in ill health for some time, aid her death was daily expected. Her remains were buried in the Oak Hill cemetery Friday afternoon. She leaves her husband, two small children, and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. W?lter C. Turpin, died at his residence on Silver creek Friday at 8 P M. He had been under treatment of the Dr. Gibson in Richmond for sev-erweeks, having returned home from there last Saturday. He underwent an in Richmond about two operation wcikr ago, and it was thought that he was improving until early Friday he was taken seriously ill, and died withHe is d in a few hours afterward. by his widow, who was Miss Celia Grififn before her marriage, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Turpin, of this place, two sisters, Mrs. J. W. Tate and Mrs. A. E. Albright, and two brothers, Hub Turpin of this county, and Forest Turpin of Texas, all of .who were present except the Texas brother, His parents arc aged people and on account of the shock were un able to attend the funeral services, which were held by the Rev. D. Edgar Alien at the Christian church, after which his remains were laid to rest in the Christian church cemetery. We ex tend to the bereaved ones much sym pathy. Mrs Will Carlton is very low at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Fugatc. Mrs. W. P. Rigsbj is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Rigsby near Crab Orchard. J. J. Painter, of Lebanon Junction, was with his mother, Mrs. G. E. Painter, last week E. J llimm, of New Hope, was with relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Griffin, of the .Hiatt section, Mr and Mrs. George S. Griffin, of near Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Nets Griffin of Marctsburg, attended the funeral of W. C. Turpin here last Saturday. J. E. Wallin, Special Agent for the Q. & C, was at home last Saturday and Sunday. V.. Vi New land, v.lir, has been working in Jellico Plains, Tcnn, for the past several months, was called home last Saturday on account of the serious illness of his baliy. All his family-havmeasles, and the little one pneumonia There is little hope for its a! stir-vie- MISS MARY IRUCE NEW POSTMISTRESS HERE L. ti N. Announces New Fare of Two And a Half Cents a Mile Announcement From Washington That VOLUNTARY The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, last week announced its intention to reduce, in the immediate future, (not later than May I, 1914) pas senger fares on its lines in the State of Kentucky to a maximum of 2 cents per mile. This action on the part of Kentucky's principal rail carrier is voluntary, and is taken in order to equalize the rates in its home state with the rates effective or to be made effective on or before the date mentioned in the States of Tennessee and Alabama. This company statev that it adheres to its belief that a 3 cent rate fare is not wholly remunerative and is not unfair to the public Nevertheless, in difference to public opinion, particularly in other states, the management has decided to apply liic lucr rate ir. the hope that increased volume of traffic wilt save material losses, and pursu. ant to promises heretofore given the it proposes to people of Kentucky place Kentucky on the same basis as other States. Should the reduction prove disastrous, the company will appeal to the railroad comimssion for such readjustments as wilt be fair all conditions. The reduction to he made will apply to all of the lines operated by the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company for its own account in the state of Kentucky, with the exception of a few branches and new lines on which the passenger business is not now remunerative or is conducted at a loss. The reduction will be made effective on lines which now are producing over of the Company's totat passenger earnings in the State of Kens of tucky; thus will affect the Company's passenger business. The reduction proposed in Kentucky will not apply on intrastate travel between points within the state, but will also apply on interstate traffic over the same lines to and from points within the state and through the state; atso as similar reductions have been or arc to be made on the principal lines of travel in the state of Tennessee and Uabama. the effect on interstate trav& el on the lines of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company will be to substantial)' establish a maximum cents per mile from the faro of 2 Ohio river to the Gulf of Mexico. Some idea of the reductions to be made by the Company in its passenger fares may be had when it is understood that the reduction in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama will represent an annual reduction in passenger revenues of about $900,000. In Kentucky alonr, the annual reduction in revenues will amount to about $130.-00- 0 and about on interstate traffic, $250,000 on interstate traffic, or to a total amount of about $380,000. tin-d- ir nine-tentnine-tenth- REDUCES FARE She Has Been Recommended By Confressman Helm The. daily papers printed a dispatch from Washington last week that the name of Miss Mary Bruce had been sent to the Senate by the president for appointment as postmistress of Stanford. This was the first official announcement of the selection of Miss . Hrucc for the local office for the next four years, but it had been expected for some time that Congressman Harvey Helm would recommend her and the appointment is in every way a pcpular one, notwithstanding the fact th:.t there were a number of others who sought the privilege of handling Uncle Sam's business here. The term of Postmaster J. C. Florence expires early this ttrsn'.h but it i not yet known just when his successor wilt be sworn in nor who her assistant will he. Postmaster Florence has probably a longer record of service than any other postmaster in the state for the class of the office, as he is just rounding out his fourth term and has had an official life of sixteen years, during which he has proven himself an efficient officer in every way. He has net decided just yet whether he wilt go into business or farm, it is understood. Stanford's new- - postmistress is one of the most popular young women in llu's, part if the state and is in every wy competent to perform the duties which she will assume. She is the daughter of that sterling democrat, Col. I. M. Bruce, and for a number of years has acted as secretcary to Congressman Helm at his office here t i i i I i is ft t L f Ic I, Hecauve it is claimed that the body Dill, passed hy of the Greene-Gluthe present General Assembly, ana Mgned by the Governor Saturday, enlarging the powers of the State Fire Insurance Rating ltoard, does not confirm to the title of the measure, grave doubt lus arisen in the minds of many lr'C as to the validity of the act. In the enacting clause of the title it is Section I, etc . and "not to strike out." Section 1, etc., and 'not to strike out," a lus been done, an entirely new. section having been drafud for Section 1 of the old law The flaw in the measure is said to have been discovered when the House enrolling clerk, Miss Mary Robards appealed to ScaKer Terrell for aid in engrossing the hilt, (Minting out to the conflict between the title of the act and the real meat of the measure. The Senate is said to he to blame for the error, it having been made in amending the bill in the upper branch of the General Assembly. The defeat in th- - House, by an almost unanimous, vote of the bill to enlarge the powers and increase the duties of the State Hoard of Health was the principal feature, as is concerned, Saturday'n session of the Legislature. designed to create the This Kill w County Health position of Officer with a fat salaiy attached. Representative J K McCormack, of Howling Green, former secretary of the State Board of Health, soke near-I- ) of the measures. an hour in Representative Fraser, of llallard county led the opposition. Mr. Fra slier spoke to an amendment which he had offered, providing that the Fiscal Court instead of the State Hoard' of Health appointees should fix the salaries of health officers. The amendment wa adopted by a vote of 44 to 35. After the adoption of this amendment, Representative Harry J. Meyers moved that the bill, with all amendments be tabled, Dr, McCormack, declaring that the Fraser amendment had ruined the bill, seconded the motion. The motion prevailed, with a few "nays". The vote on the Fraser amendment was as follow Yras. Avery. Barrall, Hoitnott, Flur. tim, Caryl Cecil, Davis. Cox, Douglas, H, C. Duffy, Duncan, Ditrrett, Evans, Farm, Fraser, Fryer, Halt Hampton, Harington, lliltnian, Hutchcraft, Johnson. Jones, Kelley, Lay, l.uker, Miller. Moblc, Oliver, Pumph-reSauflcy, Rountrce, Radcliffe, Shawler, Stone, Scott, Tilford, James T. Webb, N. II. White, Wills, Roy S. Vien, Wood. Nays. Ampler, Barrett, llrown, Coke Drescher, John C, Duffy, William Duffy, Gum, Hamilton, J. H. Harvey, Hays, Henry. Huff. Klette, Kith, McCormack. McNally, Mount, Harry Mejers. Xach I Meyers, Newman, O'llrien. Palmer, t, Parrigan, Phelps, Perry, Pollin, Ray, Reed. S. II. Rogers, W K. Rogers, Sharp, Spain, Tieman. All-Tif cat-tcriy, Po-tec- Hy a vote of 52 to 29, the House Friday night killed the Workmen's Compensation Uill drafted by the House Committee on Compensation for Industrial Injured as a substitute for the bills of Representatives William. Duffy, of Louisville, and Matt Walton, of Lexington, introduced early in the session. Before that, however, 'the House voted do vn a substitute measure by Representative Harry Meyers, of Covington, for the committee substitute. The Meyers measure had the backing of organized tabor throughout the Stale and various advocates of that measure voted against the committee substitute, preferring no workmen's compensation legislation to that presided for In the substitute draftid One of the saddest deaths that has occuired in this community in many years, was that on Monday morning at II o'clock, of Mrs. Klizabeth Pence, the wife of Adam Pence of this city. Mis. Pence had been in very poor health for many months and although tier death had been expected for several days, yet when her mnay friends received the message that she had pass were ed to the Great Ueyond they slhnUd. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs M. Smith Haughman of this and city and had many relatives friends, who arc bowed down in grief ovir tne death of this good woman. Ahr.ut three and z half ve3rs nvnt she was married to Adam Pence and two little to this union have been children, 1'eachie Margaret and K. T. whs are left to mourn the loss of a Death is kind and loving mother. always sad to comtcmplate, but in such a case as this, doubly so, even though she was fully prepared to go, trusting in her Savior anil all was well, When we consider the beautiful and consistent Christian life, which Mrs. Pence had always lived, wc can but say "Death is delightful; death is dawn 'tis the beginning of eternal morning." She was a devout member of the Christian church and Avas ever ready to do what she could for the work of her Master. The funeral services were conducted at the home on Fast Main street this afternoon at 2 o'clock by her pastor. Rev. D. M. Walker anil assisted by The canopy of Rev. C. H. Greer. beautiful flowers on the bier testified Did Not Sell Teachers' Questions as a last tribute of love and esteem in lu the Anderson Circuit Court, at which this lovely young woman was Ijiwrencebiirg late last week, J. W. held by all who knew her and a large Baxter, former superintendent of crowd went to Buffalo cemetery, where county schools, was acquitted the mortal remains were laid to await of the charge of selling teachers exthe Resurrection Morn. amination questions. The case has atThe Pallbearers were A. L. Pence, tracted attention all the over R T. Pence, Jr.. James Wright. W. H. thState, especially from Hill, J. H. MtAii.Ur, A. H. Florence. Superintendent that State of Public instruction, Harksdalc Ham-le- tt Wm. Severance in Snowdrifts has been so vigorous in his Wm. Severance returning from his prosecution of the case, which is only spring buying trip to. New York was one of the many that have been going nnfnriiin.itp enouch to be on one of on all over the State for many years. the trains that was lost in the snow Dttcctivcs hired by Mr Hamlctt workdrifts in New Jersey for twenty-fou- r ed for weeks to corroWate the evihours. It was a novel experience, Mr. dence furnished by Prof. E.J). Hurton, says, but one is enough for an accomplice, in his confession to a life time. them After the Commonwealth had iulioduccd all their evidence and restUnion Rally at Presbyterian Church ed its case. Judge Marshall held 5 Mr. Charles F. Evans. Secretary of consultation with the attorneys on both sides, at the conclusion of which he the Christian Endeavor, held a Union ordered that a verdict of "not guilty" Rally at the Presbyterian church on be written for the jury to sign. He Monday night for the benefit of those stated that the jury could not convict who were interested in the Christian movement. Mr. Evans has the defendant on the evidence of Hurton, an accomplice, as there was nol been interested in this work for sev sufficient evidence outside of that to eral vears. His talk was very inter esting and instructive to those who were connect Haxter with the crime. mtcrcstiil in this work. Federal Chemical Company Sued News of the Churchea H. J Maybricr, of the Highland section, brought suit against the Federal Services at the Presbyterian church Chemical Co , of Louisville, for damage evening, March 11 at to the amount of $150 which he claim- on Wednesday o'clock. "Elijah, the Man Famous ed the fertilizer that he had taught from that company had done to both for His Power in Pravcr". All invited. The subject of the Prayer Meeting his tobacco and corn crop. The evidence tended in tbow' that all the farm-ci- s service at the Christian church Wedif that section ,sho used tliatfgrand nesday evening will be "The Proper of fertilizer that season raised poor Observance of the Lord's Day." All crops while the farmers who used oth- cordial!) invited to attend. er brands of fertilizers or used none at ML Moriah all secured a good yield in all crops. Mrs. William Dtmavant and children The Firtilircr Co, offered no testimony in defense o the jury found for havt; been the pleasant guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hastin. the plaintiff. They left Monday for Athens, Ala, The Mother's Favorite where they will make their home. A csuqh rr.cdicir.e for ehi.uren should Walter Warmeth is visiting his sisbe harmless. It should be pleasant to take It should be effectual. Cham ter, Mrs. Willie Prathcr at Nina, Ky. herlain's Cough Remedy is all of this Mr. and Mrs. Burton Spires are reand is the mother' favorite every- joicing congratulations from their where. For sale by all dealers. many friends, over the arrival of a little daughter. Richmond Man Dies at Corbin John Kennedy, a traveling salesman, Everett Young was in Stanford Friabout thirty years old, died at the Manday attrr a load of dry goods. hattan Hotel, at Corbin, Friday mornLaura Misses Grace Thompson, ing at 5 o'clock from convulsions. KenJohnson and Mayme Singleton, of nedy was en route from Middlesboro King's Mountain attended the singing to his home at Richmond when taken here Sunday. ill. Just before reaching Corbin he was Mis Florence Dawes spent Sunday taken from the train and removed to with homefolks. the depot, but soon taken to the ManMr. Holtzclaw and family have movhattan Hotel and physicians called but Hacfl-ingwith no avail. The body was taken to ed to their farm here, and Mrs. will move to Cincinnati. Richmond. Mr. C. D. Warfield and son, Hotly, INDIGESTION ENDED, took a load of tobacco to Lexington STOMACH FEELS FINE Monday'. Mrs. Florence Hall and baby of LexTape's Diapepsin" Fixes Sour, Gassy ington, is visiting her parents here. Upset Stomachs in five Mrs. Cox Warmeth has returned to Minutes her home from Garrard county. Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indigesCurtis Young visited his mother last tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the food you eat ferments into gases and wetk, Louzer Skidmore is on the sick list. stubborn lumps; your head aches and you feci sick and miserable, that Mace Goodpaster and .George Walls when you realize the magic in Papc's have moved near Hubble. Diapepsin. It makes all stomach mis-cr- y Word has been received here of the vanish in five minutes. deatli of lshmael Poole, at Louisville. If your stomach is in a continuous He was a nephew of Mrs. C D. War-fielrevolt if ou can't get it regulated, please, for your sake, try Pape's Quite a number of friends and relaIt's so needless to have a bad tives attended a birthday dinner at Mr. stomich irake your next meal a and Mrs. Jack Flanuery's February food meal, tlini take a little There will not be any distress 27th, in honor of their son, Jesse, who tat without fear. It's because Pape's was 21 that day. Diapepsin "really does" regulate weak, We were sorry to hear of the sad stomachs that gives it its death of little Eva Mercer at Decatur, millions of sales annually. Get a large fifty-cecase of Pape's III. She was a granddaughter of Mr. Diapepsin from any drug store. It is C. H. Guffey, of this place. the quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known It acts almost tike magic J. D. Haggin paid $90,000 for a piec it is a scientific, harmless and pleas- of property in Lexington on which it ant stomach preparation which truly Is believed a big hotel will be erected belongs in every home. . trn fl er Mrs, Linda Benton shipped her household effects to Sweetwater, Tenn, last week, where she expects to make her home. Wc are very sorry to see Mrs. Ucnton and family leave our town. A small child of Mrs. John Singleton dkd Saturday and was buried in the Christian church cemetery Sunday afternoon. Miss Clyde Watson was the guest of her sister, Mrs. F L. Durham, in Mt. Vernon Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. A. M. Hiatt attended the funeral of Mrs. Andy Hiatt at Oak Hill Friday afternoon. Miss Elh Caron was in Mt. Ver noil bit ween trains Saturday. Misf Hazel Reynolds was down from Mt. Vernon Saturday and Sunday. Leave your subscriptions, and news items for the Interior Journal at the (tostoffice. John Robins was in Mt. Vernon last Thursday on business. Mrs. L ,M. Brown was with relatives in Danville from Saturday until TuesJay. his Rev. D. Edgar Allen filled regular appointment at the Haptist church Saturday and Sunday. Tom Woodalt was in Richmond twice in the past few days, and in our opinion when he returns from his third visit he will nol be alone. Mr. and Mrs. John Harp moved last wtek to R. S, Martin's place opposite the rev fair grounds. W. A. Carfon's bos have been very sirk with measles, but are better at this writing. Henry Webb moved from town to Preston Overby's farm on Negro Creek Mrs. W. P. Rigsby was visiting Mrs. Walter Robins at M" Vernon last wtek. Mr. Allen Hiatt of the Quail section attended the funeral of Mrs. Andy Hiatt at Oak Hill Friday. Mrs. Linda Henton and son, John were in Mt. Vernon Friday. Earl Tharp is telegraphing at Corbin for a few diys. Tablets For Constipation. For constipation, Chamberlains Tablets are excellent. Easy to take, mild and gentle in effect. Give them a trial. For sale by all dealers. Champerlain's Acquitted in Washington Murder Case After deliberating for ten minutes the jury in the case of the Commonwealth vs Charles Hall, charged with murdering Elvin Anderson in Washington last June, acquitted the defendant. The trial lasted two days and was attended at every session of the court, at On Springfield, by a large crowd. June 5, 1913, Anderson was shot from ambush while he was at work in his tobacco patch. Hall a young neighbor witli whom Anderson had had previous trouble, was suspected and subsequently indicted. The evidence was altogether circumstantial for the Commonwealth, while the defendant produced direct evidence to establish an alibi. It was also shown that other urighliors of the dead man were not Two. on friendly terms with him. hours to the side were allowed for argument and strong arguments were made by Marshall Duncan and W. C. McCord, for the defense and County Attorney, Joseph Polin and Commonwealth's Attorney C. S. Hill, for the Commonwealth. The Last of the Artists Recitals (Contributed) The last of the series of the Artists rct'itals was given at the gymnasium of the K. C U. at Danville, last Friday uicht by Evans Williams, a tenor singer of wide repute. It was one of, if not the best recital given in the present scries. Although the high artistic standard in the choice of artists which was set at first, has not been maintained by those in charge. These concerts still stand as the greatest influence for culture and refinement in this section of the state, and their calibre would remain unchallenged in the most exacting community Mr. Williams possesses a voice of excellent range with a remarkable variety which he uses artistically at all times in his tone coloring. His head them tones and power of sustaining the both pianissimo and forte with power and lulline sweetness of Jiisi were tin: ciesccndo and dimimendo marked features of the program. Mr. Williams is a man with an attractive personality and a most gracious stage manner. He was very liberal in granting encores and showed much taste in his selections. The rendering of the n song. "A Perfect Day", was probably enjoyed more than any single selection. Those who went from here were; Misses Ellen Ballon Sophronia Fox, Margaret Hopper, Kate Raney, Mamie Singleton, Mary S. Cook, Mary Moore Raney. Lissa Holtzclaw, Lyle Cooper, Ruth Datnal, Sallic M. Craig and Harry Reinhart and Robert Carter. well-know- d. n. tr The Hutchinson Sale The Hutchlnton sale held in Garrard county, with Captain Am Bourne serving as auctioneer, drew an unusually large crowd and fairly good prices were realized, the following being of the ready bidding: Cows brought from $53 to $75; a pair mules sold for of coming y ear-ol- d mules, were $275, a pair of sold, one bringing ?125, and the other $100. 8 head of horses and mares were srtd bringing prices ranging from $00 Loses Another Horse Dr. Hugh Rrid, out en the Danville to $195; 40 head of hogs were sold at pike, who lost five head of stock last R per hundred; 2 yearling steers avweek, lost a very nice mare Saturday, eraging 500 pounds per animal sold at Valued nt $250. The State Veterinary, $27.50 cr head; 3 bunches of sheep tvho cine here to investigate the cause were sold, 2(i ewes and 27 lambs, the could not fully determine the cause. cwts bringing $7 per head with the but tl ought probably it was caused lambs thrown in; timothy hay sold at $1.40 per bale; oats brought 1.25 per from eating corn foddei. poaiu' Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured The Forty Year Test There is nothing more discouraging An article must have exceptional than a chronic disorder of the stom-aIs it not surprising that many merit to survive for a period of forty Chamberlain's Cough Remedy suffer for vears with such an ailment years. when u permanent, cure is within their was first offered to the public in 1872. rraeli and may be Hail lor a trille.' From a small beginning it has grown "Aliout one year ago," says P. H. in favor and populairty until it has You Heck, of Wakelee. Mich.. "I bought a attained a world wide reputation. package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and will find nothing better for a cough since using them I felt perfectly well. or cotd. Try it and you will underI had nreviouslv used any number of stand why it is favorite after a period different medicines, but none of them of more than forty years. It not only For sale by all were of any lasting benefit." For sale gives relief it cures. dealers. bv all. dealer. 5-h. Beckham Starts Speaking March 16 Former Governor J. C. W. Beckham last week announced that he would open his campaign for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate, at Elizabethtown on Monday, March 16. It will be county court day at Elizabethtown, and a large crowd is expected from all over the Fourth district to hear his speech. Bardstown, Governor Beckham's old home is in the Fourth. He says that he will make a vigorous campaign until the time for the primary, and it is his present intention to make about two speeches a week, covering practically the entire state. The former Governor will establish his headquarters in Frankfort. Governor Beckham and his supporters are confident that he will easily defeat' Congressman A. O. Stanley and Governor McCreary for the nomination. MOTHER1 Ba IF CHILD'S TONGUE IS COATED Give T jInl -- If Cross, Feverish, Constipated, "California Syrup of Figs" A laxative today saves a sick child Children simply will not tomorrow. takt the time from play to empty their bowtts, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach sour. Lcok at the tongue mother! if coated, or your child is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't cat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any qther children's ailments, give a tcaspoouful of "California Syrup of7 Figs," then don't worry, because it is , pcrtictly harmless, and in a few hours alt this constipation poison, sour bite and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, plavful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing" is oftimes all that is necessary. It should be the first treatment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ak . bottle of your druggist for a "California Syrup of Figs", which lias full directions for babies, children of plainly all ages and for grown-up- s printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that it is made by the "CaliDon't be fornia Fig Sprup Company.' fooled i A- - . 1MB INTKRIOX JOOXIfAL STAMFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1014 & Ready for "itr , To-morro- w? Henet Meat Miek feed less thoroughly thin MMr term ammaU. hi order to insure thorough tfiCMtien of a Hie food eaten, and to make your hone readier for next day' work, add to their evening feed a teaapoonful of STOCK MEDICINE t m titlo mt horwt rtnlarlr and find II a mini prorotltion DecDee with nn led. It alo make them health?, thrivlnc and Bee Dee Ri The DHKLTON . STOCK MEDICINE d""- - It Johnston, R. F. D. No. I. O'Ntin. Nebr. K vrW Umtft yesr feed Mile facrcMe your profit. 25c, SOC Mid Airn. f I. per cm. Interior Journal. M. BAUKLKY Hl'itlCILY Prnprlftor IN ADVANCE t SI A EAK rnJ Kntrrni eta at t H maW pte( mafftr. rrtnt Sltnftti communication! to The Jntfrioi Journal not to lonio iBditlduil connected with lea papr. thrjr mar br, No mitlrr .ww Iir til nMijrntd and inocjmi.ut oommuniciilioiia Interior Journal, ale ifnerrd. Thi turn 'lh n marnce of r.f Itw atndrr wanted If jrou pood falU) and, not (or publication. harrt aonvHhinjc yon mnt to appear In rhc Interior Joarntl, ou mutt ln our name Interior Jourral tbtttn for eWtu-arleof rtaolutioia Pf leipect and card In rttii la fire ccnta a line. The Interior Journal haa one of the lar( nt job printing rillrttaMlihmtnttto in central Kenlai-k- r U tlad and tlKurr with anyone on any kind of prlntlrar. The Ailrei think.. ' J HOUSE PASSES A NEW GENERAL TAXATION LAW (Continued front page one) on the Kentucky Institution moved for the to postpone indefinitely the meaurc of Senator Brock, saving he thought the against the farming interests v measure of the State. Senator llrock replied tli.it he was not against the fanning interests, but exdid not believe in extravagance penditure 'of1" the State's money. Further, lie said that he had been informed that the appropriation of the State for the Ik))s' corn cluh was too large, that the Commissioner oi Agriculture had bought $1,000 .worth of stamps at the close of the year, when that money should have been covered into the Stafc treasury lllind. Senator Williams and marking the boundary line between the Counties of Pike, in irginia, Kentucky, Mingo, in West ft ml Buchanan and Dickinson Counties irgmia. The resolution recited in that many residents of the four Counties do not know in what States they live on account of Ihe confusion as to the Ikiiiii clary line. When the good road bill passed by the Senate last week came up in that Huie, Senator Montgomery offered the an amendment largely which was repealed road oNcricci ! Ly the Bosworth bill of 1912. Each able bodied man might be required to work sW da) a a )car on the roads. Senator Htlcs desired the bill amendtraction ed requiring, railroads and line to put roads in good condition within six months when damaged or deMtoyc! by the railroads in Ihe railroad lines. A fine for of to $1,000 was proposed failure to comply with the law. Senator Ktiight offered an amendment providing transportation for County Road Engineers and members of the Fiscal Ccurt in inspecting roads in Counties levjinj.' SMi,(K)0 or more for road pur. These amendments were adoptpoi.es ed and tin bill passed as stated in Fri-dpaper. 0 a' surging 'Hit Senate Committee on Appropria- tion, ro.Kirtcd the good roads bill pas-c- d Ly the House, proiding a tav lew for highwas, without expression of opinion. Senator lluf faker, o' acre. asMr It . Soper, the courteous L uti illc, championed the bill. His district, be said, would pay more than sistant at the freight dcot, met with a an;, diatnet in the Slate, probably $50,. serious accident when he fell from a 000 nmmall), but he added it would be Lancaster Rev. F. M. Tinder ii in Warsaw, Ky. where he is holding a series of meetings. Misses Annie May and Illicit Walker, two attractive voting ladies of Richmond, are guests of their cousin, Waller Hudson. Homer Ray, of Buckeye ,.ind Miss nn,i Walker, of McCrcary, were unit ed in marriage by Rev. J. W Beagle, at the Baptist parsonage. The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse, under the management of Charles Spcith and Co, have closed for the season having shipped their last hogs- -' lit ad of tobacco. Miss Martha Kavanaugh, of the Richmond Normal school, was here for a viMt of fevernl l.us with her par ents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. Kavanaugh. Mr, John Rose has sold out a half interest of the meat shop and grocery firm known as Ross and Whiteneck, to Mr. .1. Wesley Walker. The Circle Girls will give a social this Tuesday evening in the Christian church. All of the members cf the congregation are upon the invitation list An inviting luncheon will be served. Mrs Jennie Broaddus left the past week to consult a specialist in Baltimore, Md Judge R. . Burnside, who has been dangerously ill is now thought to be convalescent. Rev, P. M. Tinder's Bible Class gave a candy pulling Frid.iv evening at the court house. The small admission of 10 cents was charged and a neat sum ' made. Mrs. J. W. Beagle is enjoving a stay with friends. Ur. B. C. Rose, a rising young physician of Brvautsvitlc. recently purchased a handsome new automobile. W, O. Wearcn bought a small farm of R. P. I son near Lancaster at $70 per 50 alKiut acre. The tract contains If there is a time when a young man wants to look new-wa- nts to bloom out with the flowers of Spring, it is on EASTER SUNDAY. The women put on their newest and best that day, and we men must keep the pace. We have filled our racks with the newest and best for this occasion. Those EASTER SUIT Collegian Suits ! J: V JIRt 'V,!akHryfliBIi ikMtiiiiiiiVrtaBaaaaaam aSrr flaW lU fr aaaaaaa: hXH i ? (and needles and thread cannot make better ones) in greys, black and white stripes and blue serges are simply perfect. We size our Spring suits, 34 to 50. We price them .MldlaaaaldaaaaaC,"aaClaraaaaaTaTl fLBKlbrWiLSaCSJiBaaa waaaaarF!! mmMBuMwk Y TTLaaaaaaaaaat Haaaaaaaalaaai ' $7.50 and $30.00 Let us b'righten you up for Easter. Any way, let us show you and if they don't suit you; don't buy them. fEdf f:LH!f Vi JMWW aadaaiaain i) "fHaaaaaaaaafl ' Oaaaaaaaaafl sMaaYal aaaTaalBaaaaBB H. J. McROBERTS County Court Day Monday Monday was March county court day and there was a large crowd in remedy not It's the only for catarrh, but for bead colds, town At Nuniiclley's pens there were which did sniffles, bronchitis, larvngitis or croup aliout l.tXO bead of cattle, not all sell. Bu)crs were here from all .tom-:u- h of children. Von breathe dosing. of the neighboring counties Prices Wi will like Hyomci. It not only were ,irv high. gives instant and lasting relief, but is cntirelv harmless, pleasant to use. and Clifford Thome, on bihalf of right economical. Money refunded by G L. Western States and the National I'emi) if )ou arc not benefitted. Association, protested to the InII)omei is a combination of antiseptic oils that mixes with the air and terstate Commerce Commission against ipnckl) readies the irritated and in- the proposed freight late advance in flamed membrane of thc.noM'. Iti sure F.&stvrn tentory and sate healing begins imniediatelv " you f'cl better at once. , A pro;osal to combine all prooed I .ttf firing from water) eves, husky Voice, discharge from the nose, or that anti'trust bills into o'te general antiwas trust law amendiiunt measure cboked-ufeeling, try H)omei novv All druggists sell it. Ask for discussed at a conference of President Wilson and members of the House the coiii,iktc outfit $1.00 sue. Mbcommittce on Judiciary. Ottawa 'Mis Mien Gay Starr, one of the There are several cases of ineales founders of Hull House, was arresttd reiorted in this section. with disorderly Mrs. I.j ilia Johnson, of Lexington, in Chicago charged who has been visiting relatives here conduct in connection with the picket- ingof a large restaurant. returned home Sunday. it-- no Live-stock p v CATARRH VICTIMS Use Hyomel You Breathe It ysMsisMsMBaaassMsssiB &' aaasMaet jv M r When You Do Smoke Get the Most Out of It. CM0KK oijpirs that have km kept uniformly Jrmoist, Mini properly handled. Q I lavaii:!, 1'orto Kic-.n- i and Domestic cigars shmiltl each he kept in a seMr.itc compartment v) that the original (knor and annua of each kind oi lohacco is carefull) preserved. That's; cue f the fine, points in Guar selling that most dealers overlook, hut it's a sort of hnhhy with its. You'll find most of Ihe leailing hr.iniU at our store, and in perfect condition. If we Imrn't our favorite we will Im glad to get it. h M y i it.S: Mrs. J, W. Beagle was agrecably STANFORD, KENTUCKY surprised at Iter home on Manfonl -street, when the members- - of the BapSenator Fall, of New Mexico, urged tist church gathered in celebration of armed intervention in Mexico in a three hours' speech in the Senate. Senher birthday. Mrs. Beagle was remembered Ii) quite a number of handtome ator Shit dry defended the olicy of and useful gifts the Administration, Ben Corminey purchased a lot on M. S. Baughman Sells Car Representative J. M. Bilitcr, of Pike Secretary Rcdficld, in an address at i,I. S. Baughman, who is the agent Crab Orchard street of George Spoon-amor- c county, offered a resolution in the Brooklyn, N. Y., urged the enactment for $o00. Voting Mr. Cormney House providing for the appointment for the Overland automobile in Linof more libera! laws to permit the will erect a residence on the site in the ones-Th- e of a commission or two by the Gover- coln comity, sold recently the Overland spring. United States ti, regain its maritime nor to act with similar commissions car that lie nan necn using to uavc trade. Mis. Salliv Rout dieil at her from. Virginia and West Virginia in Moore, of near Moreland. home at Marksbury after a lingering 10 illness of cancer. She leaves an only TREES Strawlitrry plants, fruit and shade son, Robert Rout Fox to whom she trees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape gave her heart's love and devotion and vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed ! a brother and only sister, Mrs. Alice F.tcrything for 'aloes, etc Orchanl Scott having died some years ago. The and garden Frei catalogue No agents Tv- 1841 H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons 191? deceased had long been a faithful Nursery men since 1841 member of the Baptist church. Lexington, Kentucky The trial of Robert L. Barker for 't-- i the killing of his brother-in-laJohn HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Itason, resulted in a verdict against BBAtaBBABBAMkalaaV J Simple. the defendant for from two to twenty, The Peopled Market Place AdverInvetful one years in the penitentiary. The tise What You Have to Sell i:atx to iipfltltf. uiiiictut) in tlie Uucna Vista section, Can nnt Bark'-r'FOR vour garden seeds and tools go daughter made her home with grlQHttif to Farris'. her aunt, ha son's wife and the girl l order .asft a " had a suitor objectionable to her fath' lifetime CALL phone 22 for your meats, groer, Barker meeting Iiason on the high ceries, etc. Terms cash. C. L. Gover way charged him with encouraging the stction. Hrnest and Berta Sowdcr were the yount; man to visit his daughter, FRhSH stock bulk and package garnotwithstanding both Barker and wife pleasant guests of Eugene Rogers and den seeds, sweet peas, nasturtiums at knew this was forbidden by Barker, an family Tuesday until Thursday. J.. S. Cash, our hustling mcrhcaiit is W. II. lliggins'. PJ.2 abdication ensued when Barker drew his weapon and fired on Fason with a doing a splendid business. by spraving it with FRl'SH and cured meats, groceries The spirit of Mrs. Louisa Farris fatal 20-passed away to the one who gave it ami bakery gixwls at Gover's, (he 3rd, inst. Aim of Mr. William AReil Nerve and FOR SM.K. J5 candle power new Medicine Sowdcr on Ihe 4th. 'Ihe death of both Henchra the torment hranrh nl We believe Rcxall Olive Oil Kmul. was due to paralysis. We regret very model acetylene light plant used very youi lm:nrt p Utile. John Riffe, Hustouville. ion At xtvnxt. sion ts tht" best remedy made for g You can dcHroy ,th pctta vu your much to give them tip but we hope ffraDCVlnej nnd mnLe the untnlnhuM the nerves, enriching the blood, disappear ovrr uliilit. Our apecial luilding up wasted tissues, renewing liny nave gone wncre tlierea no pain IT is time you were getting knapanck ntl.Kliiunit cmilitra you to health, strength and energy the test nor sorrow The heartbroken relative apray fi Id ctopi aUuilatyvn tan u alk.' spring comet. Call in and see my new STANFORD, KENTUCKY The btumtard bproy I'ump will white-w.i-li medicine jou can use if ou are run- have the sympathy of us all in iheir cuts before buying. Spirella is the best, vwr farm fcull.llug,, dUiufcct down, tired out. nervous and debilitat- sorrw. yuur cnirarn cooDa aua Miss l.lla Mny Saunders. 19tf. anrayyuurlive ed no nmter what the cause. It doesn't or'ru- Kv.in Wheeldon will soon have his tOCKWIIC depend for its good effect upon alco-h- dwelling' anitarydlp alL completed. FOR KAMI A few genuine huff g or Drop In drug., because it Mrs. Kmily Johnson, of Lexington, lniiiN Kstru men. Mrs. R, II. Crow, and let u contains none. It may not make you fame in to witness the burial of her Siielby I ly. Ky.7 Jiuirtioii City Ks. ahow you feci better in a few hours, but it will No S two rinsx. bow It make you feel better, vve are sure, just mother, Mrs. Louisa Frrris. worka. J. F. Proctor and wife spent Wed- is soon as the tonic and food properI AM prepared to do stamping and ties it contains have a chance to get today eight with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. will be glad to have some of your into the blood and, through the blood, sutlon. I have the vety latest things into the rest of the svstcm Pure Olive Laswell & Laswell are doing a big anu tiie llypopliosplnles have long business with in art pieces. Call and ee them. Miss their flour and grist mill. been endorsed by successful physicians, iYOU WANT TO SELL 19tf. Mrs. George Ballard purchased- - of I'.lla May Saunders. but here, for the first time, they are YOU WANT TO IUY the Farris heirs a Jersey cow for $50. combined into one preparation which, FOOT-EAS- E YOU WANT TO RENT HAVING bought the meat market as a nerve-foo- d Mis. Nora Proctor ii suffering from .. m- and a builder of The Anliarplic powJtr tbakrn Into YOU HAVE COLLECTION of Fields Bros., I will move the same strength and health, vve believe, has no la grippe at this writing. idc moca ncnI etty See cijtial tka for a auarttr Messrs, F.tigtiie and Charley Rogers to my restaurant, where I will keep a Ictntuir. 3i).UOtcitimonlala. Sold If )ou don't feel well, begin taking Real Estate Auencv jv. baroptc 1'RIIH, M Pulaski attended the burial of their fresh supply of meat of all kinds, ireaHua. ttcrvwntrc,Olwstr.1. Le Kny. N. V. Adilreaa. Alltn b. R, U. and DICK BRUCE, Rcxall Olive Oil I'mnlsion tol.iv. ami II also a full line of groceries, which 1 Maat who Mil (ka KEs 1st rEET. build )our health and strengthen your uncle William Sowdcr Friday last. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. JT I.IW 5)lj 7 i l"ljr-j- , will sell for strictly cash. Vour trade ' )Mini against more serious illness. In n t .member of Mihcitcd. C L. Goter. J convalescents, old people, puny children Read This AC urn an oiners wno are weak, runASSOCIATION Thu Texns Wonder Kidnov eure down or ailing, we offer Rcxall Olive AMERICAN BANKERS! ASSOCIATION cures diabetes, and nil ineiruluiilioK Oil Fnmlsion with our personal prom BANKERS' ASSOCIATIO N .KENTUCKY iec, that, if it doesn't make )ou well ot the kiilnov mid bhulder in Imth VW tiffrr ll lluudiril IMIira Itrnard for tax men mid and strong again, it will cost you noth- drtigi:iwt. women. If not twM hv vour ra if I u!. rili tlmt raiiuut U rurrj by IUH t DEPOSITORY KOR SAYINGS will bo sent by mnil on Catarrb lurr. ing. If wc didn't have the utmost P. J. CIIUSKV & CO.. Tvlwli), 0. ' ' " of ft. One Mimll liottle is two i"n ,i f faiili in it, we uouldnt offer it with Inioau V. 3. V. ln im.liT.ljm.l, Lava ami this guarantee, nor even recommend it mouths' treiituieut mid tieldoni fniln lliru.' fur lliv 5 inn, lu'llrti litui IKifrvlly luiori.l!o lu all l.ii.ln. lo perfuet u eure. Kend for v Irauurlliuia o jou, vve are sure mat once )ou hil Uiiuni lilly i.LU- t vtity uut aur utllf atloua UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER textiinouiulrt. Dr. I). W. Hull, uiailtt tr lita brni. 'n Imc, used it )ou will recommend it to .SAT II.VNK Of COIIMKIUK. Dealers in ji'.ur friends, and thank us for having iOJO Olive btieet. St. Lotus. Sold by SURPLUS arid 'Ii.liil., Ullld. $101,600 (Adv) MattlAf, Rugs. Furnl- rcommi tided it In )ou. Sold only at driiKuiisU. Ilall'a ratirr'i Tnra l I I in Inter allr rtiuir UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Furniture 'I Ir.v 111 u IMti iiitf bkM auil uiucua furrats ur I Ihe more than 7,000 Rcxall Stores, and twe Exchan;Ml fer all Kinds LWCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Cornri neilCouit 'oute Iv lent fri Money to loan on easy in this town only bv us. $1.00 Penny's terms. "Gta t)ltfUI 'lfall1110nl.il. all lrui:lU frlw TS Office PhoM 117. Hame Phww 31 t;n'nrH. , bulii ly Of Stock. irr Drug Store Stanford, Ky Bromley & Iromley, Stanford, Ky, Til Il.ll'a lamlljr fills fir STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. The Senate last week passed the fol 'lowing bills; Prohibiting the shipment of liquor into local option territory or having in possession liquor for sale in such territory. This bill has already passed the Iloitae and now goes to the governor. Profiling for putting into effect in l'15 instead of 1917, commission form of government in Counties containing Cities of the First Class. the good roads law to make its provisions more effective and widen its seppe. Providing punishment for giving a check without having funds in bank to .cover it. . Requiring graded schools to main- , tain High Schools and permitting them to extend or decrease their boundaries. The bill went into paid vluerfully th calendar. The Senate last wcik passed by 21 to II the bill requiring graded schools to maintain high schools, and permit them to etcnd or decrease their boundaries The bill proidcs means to aliolish to them to permit their boundaries include pjrts of two counties; to allow to ro'isolidalioii with rural schools; levv a tax not exceeding fifty cents; to lcquirc 150 pupils in a graded district: to lequirc approval by the tioard and superintendent of petition for a graded district election. Several perfecting the bill but not affecting its material provisions were adopted. Senator Antic, author of the bill, explained that it was designed to rimcdv a defect in school law as point-c- l out iccently by the Court of Appeals. The bill will allow a levy that will be sufficient to maintain graded public schools in districts where it i necessary "to apply it. platform, while helping to move tome metal roofing. In falling Mr. Soper rtciivct'. a bad scalp vvouud, a cut ear and bruised shouder. The fall being the distance of seven feet, he was knocked unconscious and remained so some time. Later reports arc that Mr. Soper was getting along well and hop-ititor sfion recovery. The remains of Mr. Curtis Ruble, who" tlted at his home in Jessamine were brought to Garrard and interred it: Mt. Olivet cemetery Besides his wife he is survived by three daughters and four sons. The deceased was a native of this county. Miss Alberta Anderson is in Danville, visiting her aubt, Miss Dove rf Penny's Drug Store 1 1 rjv"- - Stanford, Ky. Harris. 'o, The Spraying IK33a .( Season is on I hand . . I I s Make the Old Orchard Pay Ufe Standard Spray Pump tra r armers : The farmers are very bu) preparing for the coming crop. Mrs. Agnes Sowdcr, who has been on the sick list is convalescent wc arc glad to say. Mr. Charley Webb, of this place. Mr. and Miss Burke, daughter of Andy Burke, of near Martshurg, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at Mt. crnon Monday last. Jeff (Hooker) Dow ell, who has been very sick with smallpox is some better. Steven Cash left Saturday fur Louisville where he is engaged in the railroad business. Mr. dram illc Merrill, of Mt. Zion, vicinity and Miss Sallie Thompson, a popular young lady of this section were quictl) united in wedlock at Mr. Flo) J Brock's Wednesday, the 27th. Rev. Brock ofifciating. The groom is a sou of Mr. Tom Merrill and a nice )OMti2 n.an. The bri.'e is a daughter of Hiram Thompson of this place. We extend to them our best wishes. J, K Proctor purchased of J. J. Brown a small farm of 35 acres more or less, price paid $275 Mrs. Margaret Collier, Jormer'v of this but latel) of Mt, eruon, liassed aw a) recently at the- ripe old of 70 years. She was a good woman and we regret to hear c' nei ileum, im. our loss, we Hope is Heaven's gam. Her remains were brought back to the home burying grounds for interment, to await the final summons of the last great da). Tom Decker, of Indianapolis, Ind., s isitmg relatives and friends of this n '"Mrs. Enum-tinPankbnrst was ar rested recently in a hall in a furce fight between her silppotters and the police, in which several women were hurt. Glasgow-followin- I SI J.V 1", Aents For yrcivv W. - sfantvtisX - Fine Candies v yj Jr wh lEtodsy -- wc The British Government's plan for the conciliation of the Unionists of Ulster in connection with the Irish Home Rule Bill wa shrld before the Houc of Commons. FIRST NATIONAL BANK "Speaking About BANKS This is one of my good officers and Directors arc known me personally, and you will not make any mistake by banking with them." ae A Bran New Line of Dress Ginghams 19-- at This is worth investigating. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Come in and look at our new Sprays, at a 2 BRING YOUR CAR TO Body-Buildi- price you can well afford to take care of 20-2- ton-jn- )ur REID'S GARAGE Expert Mechanician in hurfto kindd. Vulcanizing Pair work of SUPPLIES FURNISHED and PRICES REASONABLE your fruit trees as well as your stock. oi habit-formin- CiuLjLaBIS Wky Not? John O. Reid, Prop. ALLEN'S r Phone 203 W. H. HIGG1NS iHi R&filMte iu Fpnor Roll Bank" rvnis' IjQSTA' t Fl smiirn - tt ' II 41 1 8-- TH TEbEtf How's This? I J. C. McClary J.L.Beazley &Co pt hen-luek- ivnri.iinuiHi Profits tut. r iw,ivy lt - 1 ...... . a. m Rowland Geneva . Catherine llclden, of .Veal's Mr. Lonro Moore, a highly rrspectcd Crerk, lias been the guest of JJisi Alciliren of litis community died after ma Martin. a lingering illness of typhoid and pneii Miss Kale Land, of Daiitlllc, It the iimna. The deceased was .17 vears of .Kiii si of Mrs, I'm ma James age He leaves a wife and three chilMr M. V. Ware, of Koaclidalr, it dren, mid an aged father ami mother vJsittiiK rilatt'cs here. The Price She Paid Tor Lydia and tviii brothers to mourn the loss of Tor Infants and Childrea. V".7 wWiltHI tmlUmtA. minVr. thin? LP" " ' "P'tlnr to Mr. mid Mrs. Frank IfiKKins havi th ifrtuhtfiil tvti, In rnw scorch. i Inir liata DVIn rfllPNimv ELPinkhara'sVefeUtble Com- a diar son, brother and loving hits f hiiva lirrn N moved to I '.si tit Lick. t a powerful nsenl." band. Our sympathy mntnrj to sleep 4 n noothlntr Hiil.I To An !Jm work. I). I). ) frwerlp-II(m- j ttaatiist in liy llio pound Which Brought Ihc heart broken famil) isin extended to Mrs. K. M. Itlackerby has been in han.laf their great .not i uupllml according to Thnt Hold I t1m fmnoui Jj. n. D Louisville shopping several days. otractloiis Rlvrii In tho pmnnhlet Ivour of trouble. Good Health. prcucrljitlon ffr coctuu. around wry .dottle, Pollnw llicna d. Mrs. T. M. Martin visited Mrs. Ta-IThe slork visited the home of Mr of one or nur mromtnnt fvtiiniin in.m.n Inn.s reel lima nfl una I Roberts at Hall's (iap. Danvlllp. Va. " I have onlv anont ten and Mrs. Tom I'eck and left a fine And It emiiliilr Inkm sway the Itch ALCOIIUI. 1 pfm nurm .iii.iii.. u mrltcii aim jiwiltulo on Hinl. at one tha Mrs Hardin Harnett is on lhee sick dollars on your mwlicino and I feel m boy. cation), reeartlimr mumfnt tho ll'iuld In patiHit .felnWePrTiMrtlnnlJrAi. TThe dtaeaMi hnl nam fiefa rM,ronx Tha .akin la noothMl culmed much iiettor man l l.st. Miss (leorgic Floyd visited her aunt, Wilii'illi..ii'riW nt thwouKhly .rrrrcuhed leiKhtfully did when tho doctor ynot Hi now .of IT. II. 1) UV have been having some very .cold JMnngUrmfl. llnglkSaTOcfcaadBovekof Iier eyebrow are imiwlnjr. was treating mo. I Mis Artel Ilastin. noun .Ml tT atandlnr Mr Kichard W. Walls, iC5J-,,who has vunwa their natural ifaJV,,!.,i,!?1'cn",w,"" " have the weather for the last few- tlaja. don't suffer any ,' " efficient Our Sunday school is progressing II. II. 8kln Kemp. bearing-- down pains been working in Cincinnati for some rnrrrry eeiama miff frpM arenay. How In rtnetnrii of at nil now and I sleep time ha come home to work on the tnir arit lielnr fir rcular treat-rn- it of TT.N' "' ""undent that the mer- nicel with Mrs. Phillips Superintcnd-int- . rhla prearrlittlori we will lmnli- -l RtwwDisltoX3efiW well. I cannot say farm price of the first pains aonthlnir.ttienllm; nul.lt with tlila refund the purcli full Ma lMttl it .It fall to reach Miss Ruth Holi?eIav, enough for Lydia B. of Cedar ness ann wstron sint nrshr . aUOSASSM frankly uu vm. luHjuuns are to juafo. Plnkham's VegetaOpit(nt.Morphlne norrflaoaL Cri'ik, it the guest of Miss Sallk and SHUQAWS' DBUC STORE. STANFORD. KY. Bee Lick ble Compound and Jjicillr ('arsons. tXOT NARCOTIC. The ccld weather still continues and Liver Pills as they Mt Marion Ilastin, of Bedford. Ind, PKRfiOVAL aa SOCIAL the people seem to have bad colds. Mui Daisy Vandevrcr has reliirnnl have done so much his Ixrn visiting his mother, Mrs, Little Llirabeth Isaacs, who has been for me. I am enjoy Waltei SlrKtimc), of Mt Salon, m home jfter spending a week in Hit- - city KaU iJrlani) ing good health now and owe it all tc with her grandparents for the last hu)in)t brr line of ipniic milinerv t tH- - Mcmlay. AdkttUtf Mary N'ajlor has- - beni visit your remedies. I take pleasure In tell- mouth Mrs. has returned home. tluit New was reccnrcl here anuounc-in- s iiiij Jt Josiph llopper, of' Danville, was ing my friends and neighbors about til". Mr. l!ud Stringer, m accidentally the r.i a Jittlc daiiKhlcr, licrc Saturrii) anil Sunday. them." Mrs. Mattie Hale;', 501 Cob shot himself last week whogetting along is chnstenrd, Nettie Huberts Ma)s at the We Hare Faith In quhono Street, Danville, Va, Mr. Milf.wd ll.ill is vnitnig rcla home of niiel) and will soon he aide to be out This Stomach Remedy Ur and Mrs. II L. Mays of No woman suffering from any form lives and friends at I.ouurilJr Aperfecl RmJy ferCoRsUss A woman customer Kidd's Store. said to us the of female troubles should lose hope un- again George Page and wife arc visiting Joint .Miracle, ol (ircm Kitrr who tlon , Sour StoM.Dlarrtm olhir daj. "Say, )ou ought to tell til ahi" hm nven Lydia E. Pinkham'i WorrasfmTi1$lTOSJnwiMr in town about Ncxall I)spcptic relatives here. On en Kivir, vsrrr hrre Friday. Vegetable Compound a fair trial. I would myself if I could" 'I ablet. McClure Smith nesa aid Loss or Sleep. Dr. Isaacs and M. M. Taylor attendMr. George IVlon, of Miildlrsboro, This famom remedy, the medicinal A wi'ddiiiu of much interot in Cm- - That sets us to thinking So many peoracSinile SJtattof with relative and friend . is lirrc ingredients of which nro derived ed the sale of W. H. Owens at Plate tral Kmlucky socut) occuried batur- - ple have used ihrm and have so en- from native roots and herbs, has for attinlay. K. IlraiinschwriK. of Louisville, has Miinded their praises da aflirniHiu whin Miss Nina J). Me- - thusiastically. K. J. Owens has been with his bro i both lo ti and friends, that we rorty years proved to be a most valua hctc visiting rrlalivr and frienj?. I'luie and Sptiutr C. Smith, of Har- - had an idea ou theirkenvv about them ble tonic ami invlgorator of the fe ther who has been very sick, Tue Cntaub Compaio; all I II. (Jrcrn ami miii, of MrKin-nc- , NEW YORK. ur .v. uvvens is itaciimg a Women everywhere e rodsburs, win uiairied at the Hut, in the chance that some of vou male organism. v. . singing arc the Riirtn of Mr 'llionus of Mrs. HuliiiK Henrj, in Louis- who suffer from indigestion, heartburn, bear willing testimony to the wonderful school at Oak Grove. virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegcta- ville. Mis Mi Chin: has bun tiller at dyspepsia, or some other stomach comThe stork visited the home of C G. u "'"I'll Mm. Sallic Jolnuon, of l.iuiMi!lr, tin State Hank and Trust Comp.ui plaint, don't know about them we are Die fjompounii. I motor on March 1, and left a fine writing this, If you have tho Hllglitcst doubt girl. wtrr'licrc- l.tkt wirk uilli rtlatiri ami lor several jc.irs. aranleed under the toi is a sister ol The) contain llisinutlr. and Pepsin, that lijtlla K.lMnklinm'8 VoKotn-liloCoMrs. fririul. Currcj and is opular in John Harness and wife arc on the digestivi aids tvo of the greatest pound will Iiolpjou, wrltn Exact Copy of Wrapper. strk list JiImi Miracle .of Hrcrn icr, who HarrotijuurK socict) Mr. Smith has known to medical science They to Lydln, K.PinkliamMedlcIneCo. also bien eomiected with the State sooth and comfnt the stomach, lias brri! U'k fur vmic lime, m c. (coiifl(lntliil)Lynn,.1IaKS., for Hank and 'trust Company, of llanods-burj- ;, Your I:ttor will bo opened, the secrition of gastric juice, help Arabia for several je.irs and is a Hpu to iiuiiVlv digest the food and convert rend and answered by a woman, Mary Hiirdcttc i tlic Riictt of Mi Master IM Chandler is a little imlar and proKressive buiiuess it into rich, red blood, and improve the and bold in Htrlct confidence. ounK her aunt, Mr. VM Vouii);, at proved. man. Alttr a brief wnlding tour tho action of the bowels We believe them Mrs. Robert Moore is on the sick Miss S)lvia and Mack Farmer, of will return to H.trrodshuri; lo resiue. to U the best remedy made for indiMr. O I'. Huffman U tin- - mict of gestion ind (l)spepsia We ccrtainlv Stanford, were out to see Chloc and list. Mrs. Lansing Lanham has returned wouldn't offer them lo joit entirelv at Ivffie lin m, O sM. Huffman aixl famil) last week Ladles' Oay our risk unless we felt sure they would home from visiting relatives it at Midat Datmllr. MV. Morris Daugherty was at King's We, who have reccntl) installed a do you a lot of good. If Kesall Djs dleburg. Mrs. Maitic Xniin i tlir Kticst of Mount. im Sunday. bu.v ball in thu room vacated li b'lclds iwpsia Tablets do not relieve voiir inMrs. Jesse Foglc, of Middleburg, is licr ilaiiKlitrr, Mrs J. K. Duck at digestion, check the .heartburn, ami Miss Dude llatigh is the guest of l!'o, will have ladies' day h'rida) af- - make it possible for jim to rat what friends and relatives visiting parents here. Critic at Sauflc). .1 to 'J o'clock. lerniKiii Iri-iJ. II. Won. vou like whenever vou like, coine back Mr. Willie Lucas lift here Sunday Mr. Wallace Singleton is earning J'ti'f. tivorKC Hojikt, of .Muiiforil-- i er & Co M-and get our money. tho mail on R. V. D. No. J, this week. for Illinois. 'icrc with liu mollicr S.ilur-ila- y !llr. wat Sold only at the inure than .UK) K'ex-aMr Lonzo Moore, the on of Mr. Mr. W. R. Raines is on the sick list anl .Suml.i) Stoici, and in this town only at Eubanks and Mrs, Robert Moore, died at his sizes, 2jc, 5ik. and this weik. TI10111.H Oak, of near Mr Mis Linn Thelps and K. W. Hin- - our store Thrie Mrs, Jean Hutchinson, of this place, home near Jumbo, Thursday. vIm . lias birn sick for sceral derson attended the funeral of Isaac $1.00 Tenia's Drug Store. M.... rraiiK limit I? 1. ami tvari Mmtli is as at Stanford to see her brother, wirks, is improMnt;. about well. (tligK'u 3t 1'ulaski. Mr. T. S. Farmer and family . Ottenheim Mrs. Kartic Wilkinson, ami Maud, the infant of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Liu is ill with the acute Kev. llosshart filled his regular apof Uiclnnoml, arc the Kticts of broiichius. Sam LTpthegrove is very sick. Arabia pointment at the Reform church Sun-diMrs. )1 Wilkiiiton Miss Lake Carter is attending KingV Rev Wright did nof fill his regular John Hin.lerson who has thrici Mountain High School. .n tiir tiet of Mh Xnlli iJarnat the Hoi) Lai'i! gave M inierest-inWheat i looking fine in (hi; visinit. appointment here Sunday, as the day . .Mr. U. D. Smith i, on tin W. If Arnold and familj at Dau-illiik i;,i; liitart on that country at the Was so unfavorable. Mrs James Oldham continues ill. Satnnl.i ami Sunday. school building lure the evening of Mrs. Jessie F'ogla who has liec.tr Mi and Mrs. Frank Dohn.ir have Mr. James Mmrfi-e- , of Knowille, I'chruar.v J5lh to a large audience. Mi, letutntd to the Great Lakes after a visiting her parents here returned to Rotlred Georgia Planter's Advice To Kidney Sufferer last wrtk with Hiliderson is a native of Holland, and was hire a few ila fh'ei mouths' visit with their pannls. her home at Middleburg Monday. Regardujg the wonderful curative. Mr and Mrs J. N. Menifee. is temi'orarilv making this place his Mrs. James llenson has been visitVr lohn Fimis who has been sick merits ot )our Svvainp-Koo- t. cannot ' He is a ii.enilcr o fthe SalMrs. Ilclle I'crkiits lias returned to home. ing her sister at Jumlxi. say too much. tin some tor., is bitter at this writing After suffering sevI hiinic after a wilt to her daiiRhtr, vation rui. lirr Mr. C. McKce. who has been erely for three )ears or more with Mrs. Hugo Schnutz has been sick. Mrs. 0. C Hoie, at Lancaster. Miss Olnia Gangloff has returned working on the railroad has returned severe pains caused by weak kidney. Mr. .r.i (irav and childrin, of Gleu-niawas finally induced to try Swamp-Roleiiii., arc at the bedside of Her Invni from Cincinnati, where she has home Mits J'thrl lredluc has returned through a testimonial I read in :..- t l.- - r-to Iiei home at Gilliert's Creik. alter moll er, Mrs. J. A. Lie. bcin euiploved during the winter. ni's i.;me warier aim .vir. Mollis Jtie of the newspapers, 1 was in suclf Miss itarhara Russell has a severe Jones, of this plaie. are attending tin t condition that I was obliged to arise-froa visit to Mrs. Kmma Witdir. The tAstolficc at Hiitnphrcv, Case) inv bed six or eight times every High School at King's Mountain. cold. Mr. and Mrs I) T. Urummitt ami coiin.), will lie coiitimicu 'Hie I night bottle Mr. Willie Lucas, who left a few and beforepurchased a I Tlir stork visited Mr. and Mrs Jesfrom a orit was used uiueral lias rescinded the mii llxeritt, returned Saturda) felt so much lavs ago to join his brother in Deca- relief that I purchased a visit to relatives at HarrodshurK der winch would have discontinued u sie James and left a fine Imy bab). .Mi George 1'ilriy has had the grip tur. Hi., reKirts that he reached then-al- l bottle and by the time this was taken Miss Dora Stout has returned fioju I'cli. AmIl the old pains had left my back and right except that he was littt '.. sr.me bitter now. I.. 1.. (j.hjcIi has beni suf filing for could a visit to her aunt, Mrs. S I" Itruin-mrwhole night through. for several da)s between Deca I am a sleep theplanter, 70 vlr Frank Wientzcs Ixnight a il retired and Mrs Mahau at Lancaster. several d.i)S from the effect of a se)ears of age, tur and Indianapolis. horse from Mr. Win. Sch.mz. and owing to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RooMr. Alev TrihMe. of J unci ion Tit), vere cold. I Mr and Mrs. O.la Carter returned am in the best of health and Mr. i'anl Roncckcr has riturned lo I rul llainui lu beir suffering with ami Mr. Alex TrihMr. of lluikitisillo. it iti.e j Imv t am alwav ul.i,l ti home after a few d;.vs' visit with their .us homo irorn Cin.-inin. W A. TriWilc and a sliglu attjek hi UheiimatiMii. wh. iccnineiid bwamp Root 'to ill were tin Kxr'l pannls here. Mr. Robert 1'etrc) is rejoicing over ire in need of it. Smrerely jours, Lver) voter in l'ulaski niuiit) should fainil) Miiml.i) Miss Lillie Henvin entertained from the arrival of a fine girl baby. :. USSF.RV. C I Mrs. Belle Tarter, of hoimrxt. has cast hu vote in favor of the mud issue Mr. Aiilhou Thomas is suffering' with Fti.lav until Monday in honor of het Ilrowersville, Ga so thai we in.iv .secure pikes. Personally appeared before me, this itli'iiul to her home after Nannie and Virnie sistirs. Misses a sevire case of grip. the postamtMr lure has been order-ia plennnl visit with her sister, Mrs. llcnson, of Danville. Mr. I'rank Wientjes was in StanAmong those stli day of September. W). C F.. who subscribed the above stateto take charge of the l'ostal money She was V. K CmmI. of McKinncy. Misses Nannie and, ment and made oath that the same is ford Friday having some dental work prestnt wereStanford, Ky., March 3, 1914. A new povlni.sier ai'.iiiiiM;ii(il home hv her niece, Miss order department. Virtue Her.son. Florence Henry, and truth in substance and in fact. iinne will likel) be apMiiiited soon for the BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Agents WtMHlie (loode T H. McLANF.. V. Sclimtrlcr sold 99 bushels ol lliilma Ilurnside, of Danville, Nettie Mr. llumpliie) olfici which is in Vongre's Notary Public. Stanford, Ky., and Dortha Gooch, of King's Moun Misses Mary and Jane Uoty and seed potatois fiir $1 per buslu-l-. man Helm's district. lain, out Lake Cartir and Lula Hell. Misses Martha and Helen Gill, charmGENTLEMEN: i .vlciiroe Nelson, 7C, died at hi home Letter to ing uirls" from Lancaster, Ky., luxe Our Home Women Have Beautiful Hair of this place. On Saturday night a Draft for accident claim filed with you a few days ago 'received, near IihI.I, Monda), Jiith, of Dr. Kilmer & Co., number of )Otmg people came in and heen the Kel of Tulsa Irirnds the Next time you go to the theater or He is survived by the followBingbamton, N. Y. for which accept my thanks. I was surprised and very much pleased to there was very delightful music renpast few weeks. They were t;iv" to the "movies" Mrs W II. Ilastin. Mrs. please, how many just notice, it butt dered, which was cnjo)ed by childrenof our home ladies all. tiumhcr of cntenaiununts. Washing- ing get a check so quickly and without the usual bother and red tape which MaK.ii Warren. Mrs. J. C. Acton. W. T. have beautiful hair gloss), lustrous, Prove What Swamp-RoWill Do Tot ton Cor Courier-Journa- l. You so many companies make. For good life, health and accident insurance Nolsou. and Krauk. lie is also sur- and Then, if )ou will Thursday, March 12th Next Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer - Co., and presJ. Frank Perkins, vived b) two brothers, Anderson and pick out five or ten of those whose hail your company can't be beat will be "lleinr Oay" in our store Very Truly yours, Ilinghampton.N. Y., for a sample sue He was a highly res- seems to be particularl) pretty and will ent count) treasurer of Whitley county, bottle. It will convince aii)one. You v desire jtni and jour frliiiiN to come Ionian Nelson. C. L COVER, family ask them what the) use on it, we feel died at his home at Williamsburg Sat- will also receive a booklet of valuable pected iitizen. The ibereaved samples and enjoy the delicious sure that least more than half of urday of consumption after a long information, telling about the kidnc)s of their many them will at have ihc s)inpalhy say. "Harmony Hair that will he served and bladder. When writing, be sure friend. Funeral services and the It is fast becoming the rage A special representative of and mention the Interior Journal. Regwith IkiIi men and women who are in the Woodstock cemeljry. size liot-liular fifty-ceand II. J. Heinz Company Mrs. Rodman Keenon entertained particular about the appearance of tor sale at all drug stores. will he present to explain how the "57 thrir hair. the Auction Bridge Club Wednesday Fverybody goes to the opera house small grocery and FOR S LK "varieties" are made, and jut wh) Sprinkle a little "Harmony Hair Mrs. Sydney Adams, of fixtures, good stand and good trade llcatitifier" on your hair each time bethey aro so (jooil Cleveland, O., Mrs. Keenon's house GRAIN PRIVILEGES near dciot tit" Ivowland. Ky John it. fore brushing it. You will not he asked to buy ontains no oil gm st, was the guest of honor. At the 20-I lliggitn. (. (iover will not change color of hair, nor dark- close of the game Money in Wheat refreshdelightful en gray hair. This is the Season when llrcczcs and Iltighl Sunshine make Golf, Puts anil calls are the safest and were served. Harrndsburg To keep hair and scalp dandruff ments Tennis. Bathing, Ruling, and all other Outdoor Sports especially en- I surest method of trading in wheat, eauer. free and clean, use Harmony Sham,,1111111111111'llin.,, corn or oats. Uecause )our loss is poa I Mis pure lujuid shampoo gives limited to tho amount lumuht. an instantaneous liih lather that immediately pcutrates lo ever) part of No further risk. 1 A CONFESSION hair and scalp, insuring a quick, vhor Positively the most profitable wa) of the South Premium nigh cleansing. Washed off just a of trading, ipitckly. the entile operation takes nnlv Offer excellent service and Opiu an account. You can buy 10 most attractive routes Historic-Sce- nic few moments. Contains nothing that dopes Her Statemeat, Made a Commercial to that "Wonderful Garden Spot of the World. PaUic. puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels of can harm the hair. leaves no harshgrain for $10, or )ou can buy both fo( Stop En Route These Famous Southern Resorts will Help Otter Womkh. ness or sickness just a sweet cleanli $20, or as many more as )ou wish, lies, An advance or decline of cent gives AIKEN Doth preparations come in odd CHARLESTON SAVANNAH the chance to take $100 protit. A shaped, wry ornamental liottles, with HIncs, Ala. "I must confess", says )oii AUGUSTA COLUMBIA SUMMERVILLE movement of 5 cents $oo0 profit. Us. liula Mae Held, of this place, "that sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair lleauti- Write for full particulars, Harmony Sliampsoo; ado ,ardui, the woman's tonic, has done me tier. $101) AsheviHe in Sky" Land of t great deal of good. R. W. Neumann, I loth guaranteed tif satisfy )ou in evIkfore 1 commenced using Cardui. I New First National Hank llmlding, ery way, or )our money back, Sold Very Low Hoinesrekers' Fares Winter Tourists Fares Variable vould spit up everything 1 ate. I had j only at the inore than 7,000 Rexall f Columbus, Ohio. Tour Fares. Stopovers and other special features. r;J, sleepy feeling all the time, and was Stores, and in this town only by us an easy and 1 could hardly drag t regular. For information as to schedule, farts and through Steeping Car around. IVnnv's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 11 TO THE PUBLIC service communicate with )our focal agent or ind would have severe headaches con- a tuuously. I represent the largest and best C and you'll be delighted with 11 Neal's Creek ll. TODD, I). P. A, Since taking Cardui, I have entirely clothing house in this counMain 19J7 Starks iiuilding. mil spitting; up what 1 eat. Everything The child of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ro City 938 try Kd V. Price & Co. Chicago. HI Louisville, Ky, cents to digest all right, and I have bins got badly burned last vvnk, by an makes old furniture, Pee Gee My experience in measuring and dir,amcd 10 pounds in weight." open fire grate. like new If vou are a victim worn floors and woodwork look clothes, of the numer ecting the puking of 111 Miss Nealy Price, of Kulunk. was als ills so common oianv to your sex, it is gives me the advantage over one who it. again. 4 her sister, Mrs. Oscar vrong io suncr. down to see is not a practical tailor. If )ou will auhook, at Saufley. Tor halt a century, Cardui has been re- give be )our order I will promise you la a Slain and Varnitk PfGee Mr Hrnest Flo)d, of Green river, cvuiR just sucn ins, as is proven oy me housands ol letters, similar to the above, a sipiare deal. You will get the worth combined. Coma In 11 Natural Wood colon, this vliiclt pour into our was over to sec Louis Luster It has the only real continuous ' White, Cold and Sllixr EnamtL AH slzcu office, year by year, of )our money, either in the cheaper I wchmoo,io: w eric. Cardui Is successful because it is door opening, grade or the higher priced, My spring V Mr Harry Farmer and Wallace Training oHiigredients which act specifically line of samples are now ready for PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated I luopa made of tested ateeL )our "IIIbbbH d rl nil School for Teachers ll.fl Mil Bracket! were out to see their grandit Die womanly constitution, and helps Louisville, Ky. i' IaCjl,'ilvyi J I Hoops can La adjusted from ladI j Manufacturers Cuuttm W41s I U aUnwatw j .nlJ the weakened organs back to health inspection. Call and let me show )ou, father, Dink Farmer, last wnk. MPtssMOUW ft4 Ufc HUM or der front door frame. .nd strength. II. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. J1I all iUL URcaUs. and Annie Kirk, of Misses Doors mada of California Red. Hpavii KavwU ! a.tttif, Hew Stanford Dru? Co., Stanford. Ky. f WVMt" "V. Hal Mason's Gap, were over to see their Cardui has helped others, and will help wood, "The Wood Eternal" iwnit tllSt lMir. TiUwarrl4 ou, loo. Oct a bottle today. You Tb localioa of out faclou aivca u. pwiwk. TttWa4l4WMasons' Meeting aunt, Mrs. Ilastin, at Green river, last von't regret it. Your druggist sells it. lowct ff iaM from mill to factory, and from Lincoln IxIm No. SO V. u A. M.. mrtli Id week. la you. ( a blttr Silt tts Stn awao by .Ult-couiuiuulCAliua ou rarh firi and third Write to i uuiunoottitiMKuni.0., Ujlft" Al- lot catalog tod pjkea. w.aiaa ua o( o'clock It Daugherty Mr Richard In- Mordar unit to II .iwvy upi.. ciutunoui.IrUUna., tor bitcialHum - t'lflr hallnlflilaMalatath month at 7 Ky itfja fl raFt T i Wl l Ju li, on ' LOUISVILLE SILO ANO TANK CO. uiett. Htanforl. Itriurtoni on vour tut ts.k. VaW,wrr. . of lUlrr lodgi-- i fratrrnallr Intllrd to b (Incorpoiaua) saturuay on uusiiiess. A...U.,u Aoinersit 11. likatiKQI ..wiuU.''u,n..i...,.., bCUfi bn prrwut. IMMMUI If J. W. IKKIjiSD. Btc'r. 0. U. in Hospitals; Standard Skin Core a THK INTERIOR JOVBKAL STANF6RD, 3 KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1914 iliss -- WHAT $10 DID ' FOR THIS WOMAN ll CASTORIA . nr tClS The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature " ap-pll- d. hr flnrtta - Ay nt ni )Xi " 1' sr.-sv- a! X' Use iK-n- ilr. resi-dinc- ... For Over fThirty Years ;ie m CASTORIA pco-mo- ml-vlc- ( -i 2 ll Tobacco Cotton YE Kow-l.ui- il, -- clut-ilri-t- i, vis-iU- u g Iti-v- c, 1 l, ... 1 ..... ot hi1-.iuoi- ii can save you money on your tobacco cotton. We bought last fall at a big saving and you shall have the benefit of this saving. Come before this lot is sold. The next we buy will cost more. fifr-ce- nt one-doll- ar 1 tt snow-lioiin- d coui-Inne- t. '' SEVERANCE & SON -e d Us-icr- - penu-n.oiii- a. - I 1 ot Ileau-tifier- ." cue-doll- aft-rno- v. 4 FLORIDA Carrier -- TV - Make Your Old Furniture "southern railway at Look Like New IjjMHiOP1'' aV wmaC 1 'The the 13-t- IT'g RE-NU-LA- inexpensive matter. apply coat of Pee Gee made-or-ord- er its fine results and your own work. RE-NU-L- -- I Try )ur -- S C m tKJyBgH LbbbbbbI r&nWa m tmu'jiisniii com-.os- ed I lHjyijiji Cli-ltc- V - G.B. PRUITT, Moreland, Ky. ..I m y skfc-- ul f.tJttlf. . i - i tf,. .p TNX FARM s INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KINTVCKY. TUKSBAY, Jones nd Cress sold to V. S, Weav. 15 head of cattle for $34 a head. li. W. Leigh, of Hustonvilte, sold to C V Latham, a bay nnre mule for MARCH Same stone. to, 1I4 2, " ' ' ' ANt ITtCK NEWS J S. N'a)Ior a section No. from 15 cr White' to Boyle county line, Mrs. rods Clothing!! Clothing! Clothing!!! We have received 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 mem, yet by buying so many we get the cream so we can save you money. WE SELL THE BEST CLOTHING COME AND SAVE THE DOLLARS. all-wool W. II. Allan?, sold to Rood milk cow for $50, $150. U. li. Gilliland, df Wavneilinru, Mild R. C Arnold, of this city taught to Mr. Uoberts, two cahes tor ?J2. from James Roberts a good milk cow for $4(. ,1, T, kiycrs bought from K, li. MorJ I. Gann, of Hustomitle, taught of ton cistlit twe and six lambs for 0 mare H C llanghman, a three-year-ol- d cciits n X'und. mule for" $185. C. (J. Ware, of near Rowland, purKr nobis and Scott, of Jcsamlnc chased a cow and calf, of James Nay- - Robinson's Stanford, Kentucky Never Before Have we shown as complete a line of Pumps and Oxfords for Women and Children. Come bt and look over our line before buying your Caster Footwear. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. lor for ?o2.50. John Carter, of Turnersville, bought 12 head of cattle from different parties for $20 a head. K. H. Morton, of this city, told to Huffman and Goer three fat cov at top market price. rtdmond Mttrplt), of King' Mountain, sold to Jack Johnson a- - cow for which he pile! $45. C G. Ware, of near Rowland, sold to G. U. lloonc, out on Route No. 4, four heifers at $.0. G. I'. Floyd, of near McKinney, sold to Moore and Scudder. of McKinney. ! three mults for $J50. timothy hay, FOR SALE. lialed feed and seed oats. A. V. Carpenter, Morcland, Ky, Phsncs Hustonvilte or Junction City. J W. Scott, of near Crab Orchard, sold a cow and calf to Mr. Wuebbcr, of the Fast End, for $52.50. J. W. Accy, out on Route I, bought of K. G. Gilliland, of Waxncsburg, II slioats at seven cents per pound. Nor FOR SALE. A three-- j car-ol- d man colt, weighs 1,400 pounds; in or dinary flesh. S. It. Daughman, Stan tf. ford. Ky. Bud Smith, of Cjtithiana, sold two head of general purpose horses to Hord Anderson, of Fleming county, at alwut I $175 each. S, J. Bell sold the cattle that he purchased at the North sate, to R. L. Hubble for $8 per hundred. They weighed about 880 each. Matlack & Shropshire, of Winchester, told last week to W. F--. McGib-boof New York, the handsome walk-trchestnut gelding, Some Party, for 13-t- f. n, ot Feed and Field Seeds Fill aid Complete Stocks. Phone 54. We are glad $1,200. to receive your orders. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES HOW AVAILABLE VIA ft TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA, "LAND NEW ORLEANS, Over in Bo)lc. J. M. McGraw, purchased of J. T. Watts, a bunch of ewes at $5 per head, lambs thrown in. He also bought a fancy Jersey calf of Joe Tarkington, Jr., for $15. FOR SALF.. 200 more acres of land 100 under cultivation, four miles west of Iltistoinille, two miles from pike, known as the Smith farm. Will sell cheap. For further information write. A. D. Smith, Harbours ille, Ky. 19-- 3 W T, Jasper, of Yosemitc, sold to Myers and Tucker, stock dealers of Hustons ille, 31 shoats at 7 4 cents. They bought 150 from various parties in Casey county at from 7 to 7 T. W. Jones, a stock dealer of this city, bought from T, L. Tucker 21 head of 8iW pound cattle at $7 per hundred. Mr. Jones also bought from A. J Tucker 27 head of 650 pound cattle at the same figuics TO THE FAR.Mh.RS Wc are in the woo! business for the wn firm ol Springfield Woolen Mill Company, of Springfield, Tcnn., and will pay highest prices for same. We want sour trade. See us before jou sell. J. D. Ends & Son, Alfred, Stanford, K). 3-3-well-kno- FOR SALE. at Baled and loose hay Swine-broa20-- 2 INCLUDING TICKETS ON SALE OF THE SKY." LONd RETURN LIMIT. DMIY. STOP-OVE- R PANAMA AND my farm near Hubble, G. A. d ATTRACTIVE PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING. Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Maun St, Lexington, Ky. Charles Kern bought an aged mare from M. C New land for $75. Gann Bro!., of Hustons ille. have 7 ewes that brought them 24 lambs. (.Iiarles Kern, of Prrryville, taught a team of good work horses from Bur-gLaw sou for $198. U Having determined to leave the State, I will at my farm, joining Crab Springs, sell the following described property, on . Public Sale Commencing promptly at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Oi-cha- rd Thursday, March 19th, . 1914 v 60' county, sold to Cook and Pepper a small bunch for $27. W. T White, of near Waynesburg, sold to John Pike, of Oltcnheim, a 2ear-o1marc for $125. J. Crane, of Mercer county, taught fnm Al Cross two cows and two heifers at 5 cents a pound. Dick Sharp, of Casey county, sold W. A. D. liorton 12 head of cents a pound. cattle for 7 B F Marksbury, of Lancaster, purchased 20 head of 500 pound cattle from G It. Broyles at $30 each. Nathan Hall, of near HSrf'ilar.'! sold mules to M. a rair of I) Toombs of McKinney for $325 tlane Pojntcr, of the Walnut Flat section, taught from C W. Latham. 10 brad of 450 pound cattle $40 a head. Enunctt Burton, of Somerset, sold two bulls that weighed 900 pounds each for si and quarter cents a pound. T, W. Jones, of this city, taught from Ucorgc Brummett a 620 pound cow for three and a fourth cents pound. II. D. Holtzclaw, of Walnut Flat section, sold 30 head of sheep to M. F Lawrence, out on Route 4, for $7.50 per head. Perkins, George of Waynesburg. sold to T W. Jones. 10 head of 120 pound hogs to be delivered the middle of April at $8 per hundred. James Roberts, of Somerset, sold to Jo; McAlistcr, 14 head of 550 pound cattle for $42 each. He also sold to Fraihci. of Garrard, seven heifers for $24.50 each. T. W Jones bought from Willis Adams two steers for $60 each and two 700 pound cows for $25 Mr Jones also bought from each. Boone Broyles two steers that weighed 1,200 pounds each for $108. Brisco Kern, of Perryullc, bought two 675 pound steers for $100. He also bought from At Cross a 410 pound calf at 5 cents a pound and from J. L. Murphy a 365 pound heifer for 7 cents a pound. U. M. Sharp, of Wancsburg, who brought 25 head of cattle here Monday them to the following parties' Seven to J. II. Baughman, twelve to Mr Dillon, of Lancaster, and six to A. W. Carpenter. They averaged 600 pounds each and brought about $45 per bead. Cavwood"V McClititock, of Paris, made the following sales. Eight) four head of yearling cattle to W. I). Mclntyre, of Millersburg, at $55 per head Tin firm also sold to W f. I.ter. of Millersburg, two mules for $475, to Thomas Marshall one mule for $210; to Mr Thompson, of Versailles, two mules foi $425; to Asa Jewell, two mules for $460; to As Jcwi.ll two mulet for $360; to same, one mule for $180; to same, one mule for $125; same, one mule for $50. Stockmen arc beginning to canvass Garrard county to inspect the sheep folds of various farmers and some lambs have already been engaged for June delivery, V. A. Lear, one of Gar rard's most prominent exporters, having already contracted for from five httmlrt'd to six hundred at from prices ranging from 6 to 7 cents per pound, and will make more extensive engageIt is esments as spring approaches. timated that the Garrard out-pof lambs for this season will run over in number. A land deal was closed last week involving large sums in Green, Adair, and Logan counties. Charles R. Cabell of Greensburg, purchased the farm of Tom Dow ell at Grcshain, Green county, for a consideration of $10,000. Mr. Dowel! purchased the large stock farm of J. A. Diddle, of Adair county; near Gradyville, for a consideration of Mr. Diddle bought the Henry Dawson farm in Logan county, near Adairville, for $30,000. Possession will net le given of any of this property until January I, 1915, d d -d $15,-000. Stanford and Rush Branch pike Section 1 front Stanford and Lancaster pike to Rush Branch creek, 25 rods k slonc, Same section 2, from Rush Branch creek to Hubble 25 rods stone. Stanford and Knob Lick pike secfrom Stanford and Hustonvllle tion pike to Hanging Fork creek, 30 rods . stone. Same section 2, from Hanging Fork creek to Danville and Hustonvllle pike 20 rods gravel. Stanford and Millcdgeville pike section 1, from Stanford and Hustonville pike to MeCormack's Church. Same section 2, from MeCormack's Church to Millcdgeville. Stanford and Prcaclierswlle pike section I, from Stanford and Crab OrchBrandt, 15 ard pike to Wilkerson's roils stone. Same section 2. from Wilkerson's llraiN.li to Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike, 18 rods stone. Stanford and Crab Orchard pike section 2. from Baughman's gate to llywater's gate 10 rods stone. Same section 3, from By waters' gale to Crab Orchard, 20 rods stone. Stanford and Oltcnheim pike section , from Stanford and Waynesburg, rods pike to J. G. Lynn's place 10 stone. Same section 2, from J. G. Lynn's place to Boone's shop, 10 rods stone. Same section 3, from Boone's shop to Oltenheim, 10 rods stone 20 rods gravel. Stanford and Dix river pike section 1, from Stanford and Crab Orchard -- 15 rods pike to Haydcn's Switch, gravel. section 2, from Hay den's Same Switch to Traylor's Lane, 10 rods gravel. Same section 3, from Traylor's Lane to Garrard county line, 5 rods gravel. Stanford and Lancaster pike section t, from Stanford to Logan's lane, 15 roils stone. Same section 2, from Logan's lane to Garrard county lies. 10 rods itcnt Stanford and Waynesburg pike section 1, from Stanford to Oltcnheim pike 15 rods stone Same section 2, from Oltenheim pike to May wood county road, 5 rods grav1 Same section 4, from Mt. Salem to Casey county line 2o rods gravel. McKinney and Turnersville pike whole road 15 rods stone 15 rods gravel. McKinney and South Fork pike section I, from Green River to the Canning factory 10 rods gravel. Same section 2, from' Canning Factory to G. T. Ashlock Hotel, 5, rods gravel. Same section 3, from G. T Ashlock't Hotel to Hustonville and Stanford pike, 25 rods gravel, MeCormack's and Turnersville church pike section I, from Turnersville to Sam Helm's 6 rods gravel. Same section 2, from Sam Helm's to blacksmith shop, 6 rods gravel. Same section 3, from MeCormack's Lick pike, 6 rods church to Knob gravel. Danville and Lancaster pike whole road 25 rods stone, Lincoln and Boyle pike whole road. Engineer. Kingsville and Pleasant Point pike section 1, from Stanford and Waynesburg pike to Casey county road, 10 rods gravel. Same section 2, from Casey county nvtd to Kingsille. tO rods gravel. Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike section 1. from Crab Orchard to G. W Evans farm, 15 rods stone. Same section 2, from G. W Evans' farm to Garrard county line, 10 rods stone. Crab Orchard and Chappcll's Gap road whole road, 20 rods stone. Carpenter's and Morrland pike whole road. 15 rods gravel King's Mountain and Duncan pike section 1 from Kingsville to Captain Miller's 10 rods gravel. Same section 2, from Capl. Miller's to Casey county line, 10 roJs gravel. Hanxing Fork and Hubble pike sec lion 1, from James McKechnie's to Mrs. Broaddus 5 rods stone. 4t and Carpenter's gravel, i Stanford and Rowland wtale road ' 10 rods gravel. Prearhersville ant! Garrard county--1 pike whale road, 2 lods gravel 'the parly of parties making the lowest and best bid to receive the contract, which consists of furnisMftg, hauling and spreading the rock or gravel on such part of the section of turnpike, bid on as may be directed by the road engineer or by hit representative. The stone bid shall be on of such sire at will pass through a. 2 inch ring The parlies receiving contracts to be required to execute a bond with good sit ty to be approved by the County fudge, for the faithful performance of inch contracts, 'j lie metal to be furnished, hauled ar 1 spread by the contractor at a dt e not later than Sept. 1, 1914. Bank bids furnished on application1, E D PENNNINGTON, Road En- ginccr, Lincoln County Hustonvllle whole mid, Ml r4 If Ysm Want largahs , COME TO THIS STORE We Are Now Maktof Special Prices on Blankets aft Comfort DRUG6ETS. RU6S AND MANTEL MIRRORS C. B. PRUITT. - - Martian. Kv. Calls el. Same section 4, from Carter's Store School House, 15 to Hutchinson's rods gravel. Same section 5, from Hutchinson's School House to Butt's store, 10 rods stone. Same section 6, from Butt's store to King's Mcar.ta:r. pi'--e, 10 rods gravel Same section 7, from King's Mountain pike to George Gaines' 12 rods gravel. Same sction 8, from George Games' to G. W. Cliffs 20 rods gravel. Same section 9, froni George W Cliffs to Waynesburg, 5 rods gravel Stanford and Hustonville pike section 1, from Stanford to Cash's store 30 roils stone. Same section 2, from Cash's store to Hanging Fork bridge 15 rods stone. Same section 3, form Hanging Fork crock Bridge to Hustonville, 20 rojs stone and 10 rods gravel. Hustonville and Coffey's Mill pike section 1, from Hustonvilte to Win. Carson's 3; rods gravel. Same section 2, from Win. Carson's place to Mt. Salem, 15 rods stone. Hustonville and Bradfordsville Pike whole road 10 rods grave1 Hustonville ami Danville pike section from Hustonville to Black pike, 20 rods stone and 20 rods gravel. Same section 2, from Black pike to Bovlc county tine, 25 rods gravel. pike Hustonvilte and McKinney whole road, 5 rods gravel. McKinney and Coffey's Mill pike section 1, from Canning Factory to old loll house, 10 rods gravel. Same section 2, from toll house to old fair place, 10 rods stone. Same section 5, from otd fair place to MtT Salem. 20 rods stone. 1 CIARLIEWIiTE-KOO- N wim Mrs nutirt ItHSKI t TWCtvWr latitat omaiNiTox o MM A SCIIKf Wff ORIOINATO tr Nlf M Dr.JihaGNklV.S.ID. Day Office Phone 194: Residence 204 KENTUCKY STANFORD, taswtr it Prtufli Veterinary Sutgcon and Dentist Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original St Recipes of Charlie Whito-Xoo- n, Formula Tho Cow-bo- y Sarballat, for the- treatment of human ailment. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Croat Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOFE, for the Hu, man Skin Only. Ask your drug-gistor write Xx-clus- Mrs. 3731 CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N West 1 roadway LoulsviHe, Kentucky Good Farm Wagon or Field or Garden Seeds Go To When you want T. D. Newland Opposite Court House I STANFORD, KY. paBg Dakota Jackal INDIAN REMEDIES made his turns famous all orer the United States and Canada. Coaapoeed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Disease. hare Purley'i!ndIinHerb-4$Dri'Trttme- nt. Dakota Jck' Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Crerne Soip. Price I0r,3uara It OO 2S 38 DAKOTA JACK The NorthwttUrn Cowboy ttnULgrS INDIAN HERBS OP Shu-gar- Au, ON SAL AT Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Addressi, Atlanta, Ca. WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD U. S. GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT ARTICLES Eggs Beef, sirloin Mutton, leg Milk 315 REAL ESTATE This atd Springs, and is hun- Jack For Sale A acres of land, more or less. farm lies on the Crab Orchard and piaces around Lrab Lancaster turnpike within three dred yards of the graded will be sold for one-half school and ance in one and two bearing two hundred yards of the Crab Orch- - installments, jack, with one of the best terest from date of sale and a lien re- white points, plenty of hone and ear, He has in good flesh, well broke. Orchard. Farm tainer1 on land for the remainder ol proven himself sure colt getter. a Wilt sell at a bargain. A. G. T. Smith, balcash, purchase money. Stanford, Rout 2, Box 121, Danville years, with equal 20-Telephone, 118 2 rings. six per cent in NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS black 4 i all ENERSY 410 IS CENTS WILL BUY a II ...'. 445 PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 - ---- stallion by Dorsey Golddust. I good buggy horse, 4 years otd, by Chester Jewell. harness and saddle mare, in foal by Shetland pony. ) good 4 good work horses, from 5 to 8 years old. No. 1 milch cow, 6 years old, with young calf. 1 2 Jersey April. heifer, ; will be fresh " in road scraper. About 15 log chains. I motor truck 4 sets of buggy harness, About 40 bales of hay, 4 sets of wagon harness. 'A bushels of Irish potatoes. t International Hay Press, good as Alxut JO shocks of fodder. new. 80 chickens, 1 bull rake, good as new. loom. mowing machine. Entire household and kitchen furni2 pair stock scales. ture, and many other things too nume turning plows. 2 erous to mention. I 1 1 two-hors- 8 head of hogs. 2 Old Hickory wagons, good as new, 4 buggies. 3 double shovels. w - '.' v - , ' t On Personal Property, cash in hand. Terms: Mn. G. W. Sinfleton, Wiley Singleton, Oscar Singleton Col. J. P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer. Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, made and entered on February 26th, 1914, the following amounts or metal were appropriated to the various turnpikes or macadam roads in Lincoln coutity, and the road engineer was directed to advertise and receive sealed bids for the furnishing of said metal on the turnpikes or macadam roads of said county, therefore the undersigned road engineer of Lincoln county will receive scaled bids for the furnishing and spreading of said meM. Saturday, tal until 12 o'clock March 14, 1914. Said bids may be filed with the engineer at his otuct-- in the court house at Stanford, Ky., or sent to him by mail, 'those bids mailed shall have the words "Sealed Bid" written conspicuously across the face of the envelope containing same. The turnpikes with their respective sections and amount and kind of metal to each appropriated are as follows ; Stanford and Danville pike section 1, from Stanford to Mrs, White's, 25 rods stone. .....1930 loin... , 1035 1117 1 mm---- ---- Pork -- Breakfast Foods Cheese Butter Rice 15 mmmmrmmmmm 1305 2025 --' w sBmm.m--- Petatoes Beans, dried WHEAT FLOUR 2950 340 S54I . mmmmmmmm Striiigtfc 2 EnryMnstlt and 1-- living Qnilitits to 3 cents, will go as far as 2 pounds One pound of flour, costing 2 of meat costing 15 to 20 cents per pound. Order Baughman's Fancy Patent No. 1 Flour from your grocer. He has it. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. V