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MUST BE USED For Tkird Time STANFORO DEFEATS LANCASTER BALL TEAM THI8 SEASON CHAMPION STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM CORDIAL GREETING FOR EDUCATION (.. a IMPORTANT DECISION AFFECT. On Tuesday nfternoon tho Stanford HQ OLD COLLEGE PROPER' High Hchool bne bull tentn went over TY OTHER COURT NEWS to l.ancAter to piny a mixed tentn ent. coniioed of Lnncuiter and Hlchroond A runnel shaped cloud poured out We always expcrlonre a considerMr. I). F. Miller, a lumber dealer Tb moat Impoftnnt f.etlon In Cir- men. Although tho High School tenni c nro ot Somerset, bring In a traction loarf the overflow from the lieavenff upon a able elation of spirits when or thn I. wn badly broken up on nccottnt of cuit Court since thn close on our way to Ilrodhead, Ky. On or dimension stufr each morning from small space of Lincoln county about J 'j laMt report wn the Judgment two of her regulnr being out of the tn way, our spltit f,o higher still, Walnut Grove, where hi mills are lo- scvon o'clock Monday night, and grow bunded down by Judge Walker tluit game, yet they returned homo victor on reaching that benutlful little city cated. Hlj traction outfit Is well ar- Ing crops and fence wera destroyed the old College property in thin city by the core of ti to 1. Tho l.nncaatir the ollmnx Is attained, and In tno ranged and away ahead of horse to the damage of-- several huadred dobelong to thn county public school bnvlng beaten twice been tentn Boulders heavier than a man or .jiir strenuous, but popular drawn wagon. Hen V. lllddly.ls hi llar. word .In coin county, nnd doc of by our not re- thl scnuon nnd widely untcu'iud ex pre.vt"-,- Ted engineer, nnd knows how to pull over can lift wero carried down a small to vert to the heirs of the former owner inndc preparation Hpeclal stream known ag Frog Branch, ln tbo dy Koosevclt, we im 1. the road8 at u, good rnte or speed. by whom It wn glum lor school pur defeat them In tho third game. west end of tho county nnd deposit. Leaving Crab Orchard .t'odncsdny, poes. Hull wn brought for n snlo Kdwardg and llniddu, two Itlchmond Hunted up our old frteml W, 11. Ai ed wherover the raging waters we traveled over the old Btato road, bright nnd soon put of the property, but Judge Walker men composed the Ijjncaiter battery him on our list. chanced to subsldo a trifle. A bridge n road of much Interest to every He whs n subscriber several year near Moreland holilii thnt thin In tiiMttthorlrcd nnd Kdwnrd pitched mnstcrly ball nil the was swept away, and n over thl road the pioneers ago, but had ror some reason, let hi but for the lateness of tho evening, tlir property mint be continued In wny, only allowing two tilt, but tho came who founded n tato In tho I. J lapse, and kept putting otr tlHl- - Tor KChlMll took nilvnntnge of all plirpOHCK. tor a nnd cattle and stock being generally It I cnld Stanford bo wilderness and helped to wrest nil belter time. Mr. A. tells us to bo probable that the wise will be oiiportttnltle, nnd piled up a total of that ho feeding nt burns, considerable damcmplro fiom the treacherous red man. got tils education from rending its age would probably have resulted to tarried to the Court of Appeal to de i! (.core which were too much for tho While thero nro some pretty iteep pngo nfter he came to manhood, and stock. termlne whnl nro the right of the I in mm! men to uturcnine Tho game hill, It Is n nice road for travel at thnt schools wero few nnd fnr between City Hchxd Hoard lh regard to con. mik n good one, and wn distinguish The nren Included in the cloudburst thl fcenson of the year. Lots of nice, In by linitiy good pln)H, epcclally did his boyhood da)s. .Mr. A. H a rectus to have been nbout five ml1efl trol of the proerty or II fin et loDg, wide nnd lex el stretches of toad, staunch advocate or more nnd better lu length and nbout half n mile In widschool purpose. Holer keep up UU reiutntlutt an n which lor their smoothiies, comparo educntlonnl A Jury nciiultted Tom Cooper, mint Holder by making one of the prettiest Incllltlcs. th, nnd Includes some of the richest very well with a city Iwnlcvard. The Hoth 1. J. Smith nnd .las W. Monro farms In Lincoln county. rd o( lliiHtontllle, who wn ncruied ntrlio over een on tho People road is good but notlconbly better gave tho I. J., man a hearty welcome. Ing mite nwny could see the apWater, (it econd Artlo or attempting nssnult tipon Dee tllninond. crosblng the lino. In Hockcastle Mr. Moore Kd Walton In proach of the storm clouds In the west Swieney, u colored girl tf tluit nee liolman, In the utility role) ruught asks every ablcbodled mato In the road particular; come after t ooper wn to think or It thero end. They seemed n muddy yellow- - ln defended by At- n splendid name, In fact, alt Hit boy tlon ago must work the road b1 ilayb and plaji'd tho kind of game that hat tb considerable inquiry nfter thnt gen- color nnd were accompanied by tertorn v T. .1 Hill ' mort If necessary. " ninny game for them In tho tleman, who Is repeatdl) referred to rific thundnrlng nnd lightning flashes. ll wn the case lunlnitt Thomns, i e stopped and hud a pleasant chat as "a good newspaper man," "a hdstl-er- Just at the moment the windows of charged with robbing .Mm .lone, a pant. I with Mr. and Mre. It. :.. l.ucan. Mr Dill M'Cnrly, who Ir a leal or "A great handshaker and mix- fcraven seemed to bo let open, tt apcolored man. nenr tho Tnolor distill L. was busy ehearing sheep but choer of the local player, both In er". He has lots of friends in thla peared to onlookers lnllou away and try, that wn transferred to (Jarrurd ull took time to talk to vIsltorB. llti place. who were enjoying a slight sprinkle, county, nnd not ngnlnt Doc Turpln,, bnttlng nnd on tho Hold, got the two ha one sheep whicn U something " Kdwnrds. Thl boy ptny a Jlndo tho actpiaiutance of W. A. U. thnt n heavy cloud jwlled up from tho the latter having been n .ompatilon ol1 "It out of tho ordinary. While In every Davis, or ML cl!,'y article of ball nt llrst nnd will met the and Jom-bank of Vernon .Mr. Davis Is south nt the timo of th robbery respect a sheep. Us voice, horns and now Hi,. trustees of tho Stanford (Inid """" K"' ' ,llu I,lllu (ir''B I'Wguo actively engaged In survcylnK murk in the skies which had wool, (being hairy) resemble n goat. up from west nod the ej itchool were enjoined from collect "ri'- - Score but was once one of Rockcastle's fore- come It lu gentle and the playmate of the All 'It II I'O Stanlord The crash was heard Ing cliool laxe ngnlnn tho estate' most school teachers, tils pupils aro north, children. 4 0 .:i "ler . of the Into John Cash for the year scattered over the country. W'e liavo as a fearful thunder clap nnd Called on Mr. K. L. King and wife 0 0 J Water.. VJ'lS, amounting to $8fi. on the ground. made the acquaintance of boveral, all then the sheet of water descended upMr. K. is the youngest son of the late o . .3 7 ot whom speak in most complimen- on the land. Ihnl It illil not nmiir (lint Iip IiiuI McCarty.. Andrew King, and Is u promising farColeman...:) 0 Twenty-liv0 rods of substantia"?: tary terras of their former Instructor. moved Into tlxi school district. An mer of the Kast End. His brothers; Left to right .Mlko S. Fenny, Wesley Etnbry, Prof. J. V. Ireland, Sup1 4 Singleton 0 appeal wn granted In thl cae. Tho Wabd post office In Rockcastle rock fence and 75 rods of heavy rail A. V. Wilson; Wm. ane Henry at Cum (I t erintendent or Schools, Wallace Singleton and Harris Coleman. ,3 fence were swept away like chaff off woru grnnled by Judgn H. Mill Divorce was nnraed In hi honor. Sulphur, euch owns a good farm and I J0 J. Hill Mary Walker In tho following caseBrodhead a liv bustlln? littlo the farm of Karris Sondldge, living These are tho boy who carried tho colorB of the Stanford High School rntnfnHahl (innlM Vllnnn Vine 11 1 0 J Culton from 1 J. Culton, of the Kmbry to victory In the High School track meet at Lexington a week or so ago, ana is sear Moreland. He had a large forco will be remembered. auHered a recent ?,ty of somo ,U0 Z 0 0 0 or men all day thinning his young An-- , T. Coloaian Vnst Knd; Wnllar Farmer from winning first honor over nine competitor, having come homo leaded ,?cateQ ,n tho Wcst uentrnl Part r bereavement in the loas or hlB wife. nlo Terry Farmer; W. II. Cox from' with trophic, including n sliver cup and a gold medal. These four who wn a daughter or Mr. and Mrs.ttno county on ,ne L' & N" "a""""!. corn. After tho deluge no one coula C 27 27 Amanda Cox. led are alo leading member of tho champion Stanford High School J. T. Roberts, ot Hubble and was a!Another road was recently surveyed tell what had been planted in tho I'O jincnnt((r All It . . which . ball team, Kmbry being a pitcher, IVnny, catcher; Singleton, second base nut Ilrodhead on It route: ' field. Near Adam Carpenter's place, Mcltobort muni craucui iaay. j.. . rving. or II ....4 1 eggs nnd Co'eman outfielder. CRAB ORCHARD ol't. remains . ball stones as large as pigeon f?(eavy George King, or Norman.' ncuier . wl evef 4 Hubblo, and 1 0 Anderson . . .. bo Thn ontlrn imliiitatlnn ulwerO SCOOpea Up ln DUCKelS. "" 6 UKia., aro also orotnerg, and well- Hroaddu 7 0 Man. are enjoying tho tlHhlng Tnreo ood church buildings rock was washed over the fields of 1 4 Known to the writer. The King Kdward 0 WAYNESBURG W. D. Hanson, Ira Moses and George Bobbitt To Wed A pnrty composed of Mr. nnd 4 :i ers nre stralght-rorward- , 0 Mount honest nnd wlth ,ar0 consregatlons. Baptist, Gaddes, and much other damage is Mr. 11. C Collier, Mlm.es I'enrl und MlUer Methodist nnd Christian. Ilrodhead 0 :i 0 1'nder the guidance ot the nlwlse industtlous. and also Inveterate read ,ias rlno reported by farmers In that section Clara Collier, Goodie Itedd, Mehsr. KInnard Eraded Bcno1 "ulld'ne large, 1 1 4 IS REPORT WHICH CIRCULATING Ueing who rules over the destinies of ers of the I. J., some ten or the ramlly from watejr and hall. tl K. Everett nnd William RoblnRou joaci, . and sanitary, locatinl In ""ollous, being on our list, Mrs. O. W. Spang 4 0 t CONCERNING NOTED The farmers will leel tho loss great men, our little hamlet is ono ol the nuu a ueiiKiiuui usuing mp a nlce level' tnree acre c'Pus- - IaK 4 1 0 ler being among the number. Schooler ly as cropw have already been retardBARRISTER Livingston last weak. (Hiletiest nnd most peaceful spots attendance. This bchooi Is under tho ed by Met A. J. Ualley wao lives at the the persistent drouth. Mr M. K. Flh. Montor Fish, Mr. the Q. & C. everybody Is busy J. T. Roberts place. C 3G 4 Is nn affable ctflclent management or an excellent 27 12 Curbed In vehtmeuts lit to gruco (the Will l'uttti nnd children, tiro vUltltig who sit gentleman and the stranger always re Wcul,y' coraPoseJ of MiBb Ida May I 2 S 4 r. It coronation or the King, nnd wtthnl except a few old loafenl 7X HUBBLE relative In Uuido.i nncipai. .Misses airie iricn 0 114 0 0 0 0 0 Mr. u. 'luau,B Stanford n tho rose o Sharon, tho around and discuss current events. ceivcs a courteous welcome. it loely Mie May nnd Stella Campbell ofi Jim.aHl,,r The tie business is agitated pro and Is a staunch republican nnd nfter he and Nnnntn McWhnrtpr nml Mrs tt A 0 ti 0 0 0 t "Cicero Hon. of the Mountains," Giover McKcchlne, returned from Danville have returned home, nceom ll:iK,i mi h fir Ktntirv. " found thnt wnB our favorite brand or iTith, primary and Intermediate do- tin !M. Fontaine Fox llobhitt, pf Crab con by Interested parties. .. ....... 1... 1.1- ..... ..i.n .... -Louisville ,u " where be " "r" m--'i ' ",unruh ; nncrlllco hit. T. Coleman, Orchard has been the cynosute of nil Our Sunday School Is progressing politics he became an immediate sub- imrtment teachers and Miss Margie to try to aturday something had been learn lslL .of his ciil da McClary, Instructor In music nicely under our clllcent superintend scriber. We nre under promise to ThH Mc- McCarty; ntnleti baeb, Doiler, at the present term of court. v lulled Allle .Mu) relati.Vb in Cnrty, IMuards .'.Joseph. Schooler. at an curly date f.na pay him n tchool Is doing some fine work and brother Robert who so mysteriously Tho learned barrlUer or tho East End ent. rrertcnemvlll.. n lew Hay. the patrons hae just cause to be disappeared some time ago. PiiiiiIip. Itorhrstfr nn.l UM. Come to our Children's Day, Juno visit. of Lincoln, always conspicuous In A telegram from J. E. McKechlne, .Mr. lames I.lvlngstou I Uniting proud of their school. Spent an hour or. so at Cum Sulphur .iny august ussemhlnge, baa attracted lMh. Mr F F Cummin thl week. The Citizen's Hank orated at this Portland, Ore., aays, Robert U there Mrs. Sarah Curtis and rimrming Met some nice people. Mr. J. T. THREE .300 HITTERS unusual attention nnd admiration ut There many friends nnd relatival Mrs, Culton relumed home Ttii'H by reason of the Ilenu daughter, .MitfB Nettle of Cincinnati, rertce, who is well known ln Lincoln, place, Is doing a large business, with Just learned of tbe secret mairlago ot .lav ..vnln.r ft..r nn ..t..n.t.l tluit' '''" I'attlllK nverllges of tile mom this session arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. Curtis. lb running a general btore and the clever A. M. lllatt, cashier, and the bur of tho Stanford team to date nro Ilruiuiuelesque llgure which he cuts tr various place. Miss Alice Jones, of Lexington Is post offlco In connection. He Is also gentlemanly Uane Canon, assistanL Mr. James J!. Sanders and Miss both when pleading hlj clients' causes as follows Th Ladles Aid, of the llaptlst A. I). Morgan's, giving; little .Miss station agent. The people in this secTho large roller mill of T. S. Frith Suella Jones, at Danville, by Rev. C. AU II V. Cook, pastor ol the Danville llapIt'. In the court room, o wnen receiving at llmr(-iaIII clirn uti intqnl iml ' Velma music lespons. tion think mighty wed of Hen. liar has resumed operations, and with the 11 22 .244 the plaudits and good wishes of his Mr. strawberry supper, Friday nlp;ht In McCr.ty saw and planing mills rurulsh employ- tlst Church, Feb. 11th, 1911. Mrs. Audrey Trowbridge, spent Sat- vey Helm, whose efforts In their Kmbry 3 ,:i:i:i tricndH In tho corridor or I .In coin '3 lu Sanders ls a brother to Mr. S. II. Santhe IMptUt Church yaid if the wcath succeeded in tbo ment to many bands. While the tlm. edifice of justice or going to urday and Sunday with her parents at ! 2S IVnny .321 ders ot thla place hn bride is a er permit, If not, It will b In omo II. Fishing; Crock. at this place, after It had ber has boen closely worked out, Urod daughter or Mr. W. and Jones 36 10 .278 11 nd fro from his apartments.. Colctiiau M. of Head-vitlbouse, rain or shine. Let ever)' bojy Mr. Eda Nolan has returned to been discontinued tor some time. head still continues s a chipping Why has this astute lawyer devoted Singleton 7 .22i 3t cume and enjoy tfce efiilng nnd help DanviNe, where he is employed as Visited the water mill ot Mr. J. C. point for considerable lumber, head 30 5 Water .167 ho much thought to us garments; John W. Simpson, or Hronston, was In a good cause. Q. & C. Howard, and after seeing it at work, ing etc. 4 .1. Hill .ICG wild Uhy hits a mind, accustomed to brakeman on the 26 here last week. He bought a yearling vitw .Urln JeiTe-soand MIhh Mr. James Spradlln, ot Atlanta, (lu., wo had u notion to learu the miller's Thero are nine stores, and oue drug :t .IV, toarluK in the clouds o rhetoric and 24 MrlKht Jack. Irom Price Broa., jf uarrard for llnudemao. ci l.QiiUville arc visiting with thought logle, been is spending bl vacation with thn trade. His mill is brand now, 'being store, each having a good trad a. The SCOti. 1 US .0.16 ritnln,s Dowrr Mr, .Una lliicliam.m. put up In 1909 by S. 0., N. Anderson latett entries In tie mercantile' arena n S .000 diverted irom Its empyrean ambulu-tlon- home fo'ka. T. Coleman T. C Rankin spent a few days in Lydla May and Gladys ot liagan, Va. The stones are hand are Henry Anderson and J. II. Farrta, Wayne Misses to consideration of such aB tawAnderson 5 .000 0 last week. 6 0 .000 dry vestment? The I. J. has taken Singleton, spent Sunday with Mise cut. and the entire mill Is the hand! the former Is a soa of our friend, H. U. Our school at this place will close Meials 3. Hill work ot a mountaineer who knew uh Anderson, and ia an old Garrard counMr. It. W, Keenon. of Harrodsbuxg some paing to answer these queries Mayme Hackwlth. ty boy. Doth stores doing well. Little MarcU Reynolds Is atl'l im. trade thorougrly. w the guet ot her sister Mr, T. W. which navit been propounded on nil Uncle John Kngleman win moving jyDQE DAWSON AND tH. EAD9 IVnningtoDs There ls one babcr spop bore, con- - some oorn ajew days ago-amAt Ilrodhead next day wo ran across sides and have ho far cone unasswer proving. She Is a victim of whooping caught SAVE MAN FROM DROWNING Mr. Leroy Robbins. who la an old ac.d acted by Mr. C. A. wneefdon. Ho 3 nifco'aad" one large TaL MIm Amanda Gogjlo Is In Somerset de. The solution Is said to bo- - that cough. Urban Singleton, who has been quaintance and friend. He had been is such a good tonsorlal artist that he vUltbag' Mr. Jamea Denton and ram. .having conquered all .worlds which Judg W. U Dawson, and hU lay before him in the law, the imtnor working at (llenmary, Tenn., la at quite 111 the past winter, having had . baa no opposition. UT MURPHY K. II. Had, spent a prolltable a severe spell f typhoid fever, which There poet office building here la Ul Cicero In about to enter that hone wtthi a mashed foot. H. D. Murphy, prominent livery-ma- b Day at Crab Orchard greater forum, Matrimony, and It I Lcortlaa and baa any and a I of the Mr. John L. May, will go tn Floyd waa follow cd by a backset of several ( DAVIS 8TORE of Moreland aad Mis Luis. Best, gprlags. ror they undoubtly sayed the towns beaten a block. John to pleaso the sparkling eyes ot a thl,, week. He Is going to work in month' duration, during: which tlme,near-bMr. Isom Oliver, of Tenneusoe, who life of a straoger who loll Ju Ue lake. wug a brother ot Mr. Thomas Man beautiful beiretfl that he baa donned tbe timber. he Buffered nil the tortues common to ' Robbins, tbe obliging and courteous drove to DunvlUe. Wednesday after noon and were united :n marriage by tbey were llnhlog. Tin man uel, of near this place, got killed In a the garment erf a lleau Urummel and wbll Mr. U. ll. Ellison Is still very tow-- rheumatism and Its attendant 111. Ho(repre8entatHe ot Uncle Sam will hand hud bwn alttlng near the bank, when mine uccldent. your mail. Miss Mattle Owen, Rev. H. Carries. They returned Ut boflportu himself an becomes a true Aunt Polly Singleton U able to bo Ig now with IiIh brother, John Robbins out Moreland where they will make, their suddenly be sene4 tukea with a tit and has tully recoveree bl health and the popular nnd talented daughtor of ilra. Nancy J. McKlnney and Chevalier, The I. J. la unable to learn up again after a severe Illness. and fell headlong Into tho water. daughter, Miss Mlttle, or Uoxrad wero the name of the fortunate young lady. Is, In fact, n walking advertisement . Mrs, Serena Owens la tbe pleasant as- - homo. The bride is c caugmer of Mrs. Pocla Snoop Is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Tnosaaa Best and one of Judge Dawvon and Mr. Euda went visiting relative and frtends In thl but the ntfalr is said to bu rapidly ap- sister, Mrs. Moeor or Goshen. to the curutho and revupcratlvo pow- - tdstant the most attractive and charming quickly to thj rokcuo nnd dragged thr cectlon JM week. proaching a happy consummation, Tho Rockcastle County Fair Mrs. Ferril Is having a nice monu- era ot tho Spltlor Sanatorium at Crab young ladle of tbo Wee Enu Both ntuu out, He wu In u bad condition Ho U a perrect picture of elation bos It grounds located, hero. Andy Owens, who lus been very and his brothers nr the bar nnd ment put up at her husband grave, have many friend who aro extending aad they took him ijulc'itly to the ho-t- sick nt bin mothepin-biw- , Mr. Jim WUeeler, has moved to the health, und look nothing llko ho did A lot or nice buildings, comparatively Mrs. Wm. friends lu tho humbler wa'ks of life congratulations and host nre tendering tentative congratula- Gooch house near tho church. where ho was nttontled by phy- Doano'a, Ik much better nt this Ilt,'r IoB r good shade and good Ice hearty lr September lakt when 11 tion to tbe prospective bfldgegroom. water furnished In plenty, in tact, wishes. sician. Judge Dawson was lend to Several from hero spent Sunday at victim or disease. t'cllute that the man was a patient everything to make tho visitor enjoy tempt the Uoda und make a' hungry Olive. They report nn enJoynbV) lleiny Davln cut his name on a Made another voiy pergonal utider treatment at Crab Orchard, tomipln back In 1905 nnd a few- - days PARK8VILLE time. in the person of Mr. J, K. blnibolf. Good track, nlcu music uud a uian'B mouth water in anticipation. wro had become subjects to spoils of iiko mid in ulK)iit a hiilr mile of thn During tho storm hero Monday Woodyurd. aged 83, nnd tho rather varloty or attractions put Ilrodhead On next Sunday afjernoon, tho Fair week lb known as u home comsuch a nature. p'aco he found it ngnlu thriving nnd lodge, at Furksvllle, will hold niirht tbe lightning killed a lino mule of Mrb. Tho. Cherry. Mr. W. was '" the front when It comet, to a good ing week, and thoso ef Rockcastle's t'olng woll, tliiiBh grown n little their annual decoration sorvlcos. Tho for Mr. Newton Olevincs. oldtnshloiied, country fair. sons and daughter who have gene to born uenr Fork church in Garrard i clean, CINCINNATI LIVE STOCK larger. or Fishlm; nnd Id related to tho colebrated special j Farming receive n now and stlmulii- - distant sectiotia ol tb country uml uiembtu-Mrs. Julia Reynolds, nro requested to be ut the Clnclnna,U Juno 1. CntCb Ko- There Is foar or tin epidemic or hall promptly at two o'clock to march Creek, who ha been conllned trt her 1st In oyo dlseasos. tno lato Dr. impetus at each, meeL llockcae- - built homos, nr thoio oa trips or busl-no- s relpts 838; market fteudy and quiet; whooping cough in this section u.1 to the comelery. A most Interesting bed for cloven weeks is some bottor dette. Ho tin,, a wide circl. of triendSj ll, firnior nro sensible men and reor pleasure, return to have anoth com- - thero are several cases. program lias been arranged and agpe now. lair to good shippers uni to their homes reviving to ral0 er happy timo with the old rolk at in both Lincoln and Garrard. K. V, May, is rn tho nick list. nioo2.254. Hogs Hocelpts 4.813; Everybody is done plunking corn cial invitation It extended to all memAttended n singing at the llaptlst """ and better crops stock, etc. home and to enjoy the hospitality tor bers or other Maccabeo lodges to atmarket dull and weak, umOc lower;' now and singing Casey Jones. Dr. It. I Davison Is at Wnynosburs church conducted by A. K. Albright I Then thero la floral hall which must which Brodhead ia so noted. com-- ! tend and participate! In tho exercises. now and quite a number ot ou,r peo- and would bo wlllng to put Ilrodhead tu B"n to bo appreciated. On tho butchers and shippers 6Q)6.10; Providence not prevtullug, wo bop Shoeif-Kece- lpt S4.50fj.S.sr. Ono man wuB killed and six badly ple are having dental work done. ion against an equal class when it comes wa" aro exhibited a wonderful varte. tD tunko a return trip and enjoy tho W3.76. Injured on the tlrat day or tho big A I.oYliiRton business man shot a market steady, 12.20 :',161; Walter Accord was here from Fruits und flowers big occasion to tho rullekt, meeting old to sinking. Iirgu audience out, and ty oi ucodlework. low. automobile race.) at Indlanupolls. negro to death whom bo (or a short visit to his many everyone taking a part in the music. in profusion. Knd less cuplays of cook friends am) making new one. Umba Martet steady, caught burglarizing hi pants. 8o,'.'0 people saw the rates. er, 14 SCffS.SV friends and relatives. showed plainly Ilrodhead folk caary, substantial and delicacies. (It to I D. I. BLA.VKb'N3Hil 1 sing. Wo arc told that several or tho grown up were attending a oclaI, aOUDBURST PLAYS ROCKCASTLE and tho cla wn not it large am com HAVOC IN WEST END mon, but what tho etas and young iters lacked In sizo va made up In IS GIVEN I. J. FIELD MAN, WHO melody. One reason lyodhcad MONDAY excels DELUOE OF WATTR WRITE8 PERSONAL NOTES EVENING DOES OREAT DAM- In toca! music I thero arc so many ON HIS JOURNEY. AGE TO MANY FARMERS good teachers who have n native tal- JN liy, -- r. ttee-lli-i- Ken-tuckla- n ue :r. nr-t- ll. 1 l"lT h . " e - .... 1 lnha. ' ton r 11 j.. ..to " RPf-n- ea-so- .i ui-n- ,' .... M 11. ::on 111 1 1 -"- ir oe n , ' I ii ri j; j r,i h ln r, post-offic- e c h a Dfterre Cinepc " son-la-U- y 1 Asso-Orchar- writ-Itm- -. Mac-cnbe- e u f-- '.! ISJIc V ar H ' '- - The Interior Journal Established M. 1872 PREACHERSVILLE Jesse Drown shot n largo crane on Dix river which measured rW feet from tip to tip of wings. It was four temptations. "For thcro hnth no temp tntlon taken you but Btu- -t ns wo nre able to bear, or (led Is nlthtil who feet tall will not suffer you to bo tempted M. F. Lawrence had ft good steer 1 A YEAR STRICTLY nbote thnt ye arc able, but will with IN ADVANCE killed by lightning last week. the temptation nlso lnnko tho way to Our friend, Frank T. Hlgstiy, Is nt escape that ye may bo'nblo to bear Entered at the postofflco at Stan- heme with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It An old negro who had rormerly ford as second class mall. been n drunkard but had been convert He tins spent several J It. Hlgsb) ed was once asked how he managed to months In Arizona. p.is right by tho open snloon everv DEMOCRATIC TICKET. yr. and Mrg- - Fndo Parker, lslted dny on hti way to work. "Well It's For Circuit Judge. Just this way, whenever I gets to the Mrs. D. T. Hobs In (iarrard. HON. CUAHi.csJ A. 1IARDIV, Biilron nn feels tho ca to go In. I Socral of our people here, learnof Mercer County says, "good MaRtor conio and Icok ing of tho: post olllce depirrtmcnt's denfter your property, nnd right away ' lei'l stn ng enough to wr on by " State Senator H S MoN'utt, of cision to defor the establishment of a Jesiig ghes us the power to ri'dst In router which was rccentl) sun eyed democrat, Nbo t Louisville a all kinds oi tcmpttillms. b) Jjerc, out of Crab Orchard, hse Then naln. "Whnt snail I do with- el lils party's nominee lor United Iiokps on Stanfoul, No. f Clever Wm. Oooch If in Mrcet. out Jesus In the hour of our final de States Senator When lie atarteJ to. rected pnrturo'' We must nil sooner or Int Hon to our t'ne'e Sam would no chnrge of the Job. nia'Ko tlo race for re election, tho ifctt er pass thro" tho portnli of death. It Courier-Journa- l eHcmently ripalarje'd ls rad to see ono try to pass thro' It that his bolt had forever disqualified The only baking powttar without JcMts with Is glorious to re one pass thro' Jesus. An Inlldel him from making further honors (roni made from Royal Grapa lay djlng. about his bedside wero his h!s party. We respectfully direct the frlomls of like Lltti. urging turn no: et Cream Tartar nttentlon or the "Old Iatly on the PREACHED BY REV. A. A. HIGGINS 10 GRADUATES OF STANFORD recant, but to "hold on", "hold on' NO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE he irled, "give mo something to hold Corner" to IlejiresentatUd William h HIGH SCHOOL. on to nnd I wlll,"and with that cry on Klalr, of the city of Lexington, who lips he plunged into eternity. On pride, punishment! Pros- his bolted his party's nominee for the other rend once of a soldier A great many deserved compliments nes&? Are not others crucirying Him peritj, Pride Jnnlshincnt' boy, dying on of battle, like AIcNutt, and is now asking have befit bestowed upon The shore ol time Is strewn with A friend found th Held wan reading tho splendid like Herod on the crcMs of pleasure- him nnd th0 Democratic party to nominate b iccalaureate sermon preached by the wreckage ot lives, wiecked on tho tnylng "cat, drink nnd b merry"? shoals of piosperlty. him for Ilatlroad The secret of It to him to try to comfort him but withCommissioner. Rev. Alfred A. HIgglns, n Stanford Are there not some like Pl'.ntothpt Is thnt they tried to do without Jesus out much succc:i till fnallyq ho came What says she in tills case? to this scripture, "I knew Him whom I product, to the graduating clnss ot me crucifying. Him on the croai of In tho hour of prosperlt. and the Stanford High School Sundny May popularity going with the crowd, nnd Continuous properltv tho" is only bnvo bo'leed keep af persuaded that ho Is nble to that which I hac nre there some, a mighty host, possible 1 share it Whenever tho I. J. errs It Is nlwnys 1'0, ot tho Presbyterian church. For that are crucifying Him like Judap, once readit ofwe young manwith Jesus. - committed unto Him ngnlnst that day" venturn benefit of those who did not get on tho cross of money, for loc of ed to open up a new kind whobuslnesfl Then with a smile en his face n0 pass, glad to raako due correction and apol the of ogy. We said that Gov. Wlllson pa to henr this Inspiring nddress the I. J, money Is n root ot nil kinds ol oll? In Atlnntn. Older, more experienced ed away Into the land of the unsettlng If wo have with u'l, we "The Almlght.. Dollar should be men tried to ilU.Miado him, but lie sun. roled tho Louisville negro murdef, reproduces It below. He said; cruel-fle"Tho Alniighij's Dollar," persisted nnd liv Industry nnd applica- may" ' hope to see our Pilot fac to Kelly, who went bacx and slujt two "Te IndespenSable Christ." Him In tho dim light or the past; tion ho oon built up a cry flourish, face, when we have crossed the bar" women to death. It develops that "What slinll I do men with Jesuc, We nro crucifying Him In the bright ing business. Ills business narao was How beautiful Is th.' lire that If Kelly was turned out by tno Board of wnlch Is called ChrtU?" Mat 27:22. light of the present; they kept Him "C (' Ulnnk and Co , ' Many asked thus hidden with Christ In Cod! Fur A young person must faco many n on tho crcis for only six hours; some him who tlie 'and Co.," wan but he Just ns tho sun rlsei In benuty In Prison Commissioners, nil three of severnl the morning, prows greater, grander, whom nro democrats. We don't know Question as he stands upon the thresh-hol- d today nre keeping Him there for six would not tell anyone 'tl ars years, or this to n'more glorlou toward the zenith nnd of life. Whnt shall I mfike out even fltty sixteen years, or oO or 40 or friend.htcr. One dar ho said Is why they let Kelly oat, but the fact years. Whoso the greater Co,' "The "nnd Jesus then sink, to sleeps In the evening, that they did Is another argument in of myself? Shall I study law, mcdl-cin- e blame, whose tho greater condemna- Christ, He Is my sl'ent partner, I tell bathing all the world In glary nt the Him nil about my business, ndvlso! close of day even so the life hidden or theology 7 Shall 1 bccom a tion? favor of taking; tho board out of poll-tic- s Christ rise in the morning of Now, secondly, the correct answer to with Him nnd share my profits with and resting tho appointment-b- t lawyer, merchant or teacher? These Hltn, nnd that ls why 1 this question U "Crown Him, succeed- - ,lre ascending In beautv nnd power tho members In tho hands of the are question that must' be faced fair-l- v Hun." Hut why do wc need to Crown ed in business. What have splendid anJ usefulness nnd then sinking to n crown nnd answered squarely, lor upon Him on the throne of our hearts? tniiiK lor eery young person to take 'est in uie evening time icnving a Governor. cneim right decision hangs much weal Why simply nnd solely or becauso Jesus Jesus ns n "silent partner" Is one's benuty and a splendor not or woe. Yet none or these is funda- f8 Indispcndsnble to every successful business life. earth or sea, a mdlanco found on Hon. O: H. Pollard,; or Jackson, mental. The question of nil questions life. Let me repeat Whrt shall I do without him In tho 'v '" Christ, that statement. Finally, how may Jesus bo crowned wto is contending candidates for the the one that should be answered be cspetlnlly to the joung people here hour of adversity? I do "What Adversity will come sooner or later 'n tho heart7 Democratic nomination for Attorney fore all others Is, which shall called this morning, Jesus ls Indispensable thee with Jesus, la to all in a lesser or greater degree.! ".v letting Him be the Master of the to every "successful life General, has a. unique and effective Christ?" Dy successful I do not mean merely If wc are trying to do without Jesus, heart, in the Coek of the New Testa-theNow this an ancient question. advertisement in this ibsue of the InIt linancl.il success, for a financial sue we arc In danger of being crush, ment there nro five wordb for '.Mas. wus terior Journal. See It on the second on asked nnd answered mnnv n time cess may b$.a failure as a man nor ed on tho wheel of aaversity. KHJah ter" nnd nil are applied to Jesus. The day of the cross nineteen hun- intellectual prowe3, ror nn Intel- - took his eyes off of Cod nnd then had first word Is teacher let Jesus be the the page. It's worth looking at and think, dred years ago. It lB a quoitlon thnt lectual giant may be a failure In man- - to flee for his life. Hut If Jesus could teacher of tho lire; the second word lug about. had only two answers "Crucify, Him! hood, nor even rame ana reputntlon, aKc up tnoso angry wnves in w is orerseer, superinienuent let jesus or Crown Him," and the former of lor rnme Is short lived. Hut a success nrma and rock them to sleep on his feiiperlntcnd the life; the third word 4k these answers prevailed. Yet upon 13 lender let llim bo the leader in If there aroany words of flattery how man different kinds of crosses ful life Is one that Is well pleas bosom, so he can pucll any tempest, unto God; Enoch's life was wel! pleas- - "ny storm, that may arise in life, say. ho.o footsteps we shall follow; th praise, cajolery, compliment or" landa. did they crucify Htm! Could wo call ing unto God and therefore a success ik J'eace no aim." next word Is Iird let Jesus be the back that tlonin the. Englfsh language, which and say to multitude before us today lul life: nnd without faith It is lm- - Therefore with him the future Is owner tho Lord of the henrt. nnd the each, what dlctyt thou do posslbto to be well pleasing unto Hod wo need not have any fear about llfth word l8 best translated emperor were not used by the heads of Louiswith Jesus7 What a variety of ans- therefore I repeat; Jesus ls lndispen- - "ei wook or next nionin or next Let HI in bo seved nnd honored as ville houses, in their recent trip wers would we recehe. year. Everything ig in God's hand'i the emperor ot the heart. There Is a Isable to every successful lire. through Kentucky, a careful search of Here is Cninphus th. Jewish high nml a" ls weI1- - Ve' s0,e of us In Iiro pathetic story about n drummer lad In The Indispensable Christ the dictionary has failed to reveal priest who 'thro' envy and self This proposition may ne demonstrat '""'J tho unfortunate ha.ilt of worry- - the army of Napo'eon, wounded bj 't tightcousucss deemed him worthy of cd by taking the converse to this que?- - 'B "''out things. We worry about rifle ball, which had lodeed danger them. death, ti, Cninphus. what didst thou tlon what shall I not do with Jesus things we cant help anil things wo ously near his heart. Tho surgeon do w!ih Jesus?" Over the waste ol or what shnll I do without Him in a ian llel"- - "Tinkles on thi face nro .vns probing for It gelling nenrer nnd to wrltiKlcs on .ne heart nearer lilt, (heart Somebody, professor of something, nineteen hundred centuries comes thieving il:e chiet end of my exts- - "'ten rn-ihe said !nnd ho o wrllnkles nre caused by looking the surgeon right In the eji In some college, located somcwhcie, the answer. "1 crucified llim on n tence?" worry. David sns, "h ret not thy self "Probe a little deeper, lr, prolio n cross ol self righteousness. ' Each one of us was created to, (names nt present not recalled,) has "He nnlous for nothing", little deeper, nnd vou will find the Here stands Herod who. In nn know God. That is the purpose for Paul snld that the excessively hot weather hour of revelry beheaded John the the creation of every soul thnt comes nd Jesus tavs. "lake no ttoi'ght for emperor" of May was caused by k large section Uaptlst and mocked Jesus, arraying unto the world. "Man's chiet end Ij the morrow," sullicient unto the day May this entire congregation be ab'o of tho tall of Halley's Comet, which Win In gorgeous appeal; "O Herod, to glorlty God nnd to enjov -- iini for, is the evil thereof", "bel.o d the fowls to say "I.ook n little deepor, probe : little deeper, and you will find what didst thou do wltn Jesus? From the Mr," "Consider tho lilies." enveloped the earth. As nobody else tho dim past comes tne answer, "I ever." Every thing about us was,0 Worry Is so useless u can bnvo no Jesus the Chrr- ti'thc indispensable made to tell us something God. any other sotutlon.lt will crucified Him on n crosg ot pleasured "The Heavens declare theabout has offered glory of eiiect on tne result "vvnicii o you vnrist, Hero bclore us Is Pilate, the Cover-nor- , God.'" Day unto'dny uttereth speech, by taking thought can add one cubic Membeis of the graduating rlnsh, do no harm to adopt this one. whose thrice repealed Aerdlct ot Every day, this beautiful commence- or mete the measure of his life. Wor- life Is n school; JeA.us Is the teacher guilty and whose thrice repeat- ment day, was sent to u8 with a mes- ry ls hurttul, hurtful to one's health In that school; to know God Is the not sue-ns well of Btudy Announcement is made that Judge ed effort to replea'se Him were sage about God. "Night unto night" and happinessWorry a8 the happlncs course In knowing The life that may thwarted; Is sinful, for It Ueeds Him tho It "Pilate didst showeth knowledge, every night comes of otheis. wltat OJHear will reply to Ed. Franks' thou do with Jesus? means distrust in God. gain little cise, will in the end be a From him to us with. Its message about God. .speech. aB pVogres-slv- e comes If the Judge Everything In nature wa created "I Martin Luther says, in his autobl successful lire. Therefore In your lift crucified the answor, popu- to sing iiR a song about God, tho Illy ciyaphy; "I have one preacher that I work, let love for Cod bo the motive, on ot a cross a' campaigner as the Owensboro llim man, he will put his answer before larity," nnd here is Judas with down ls to tell us about God, Just as the sun love better than any other on earth service to mankind be the end, well eyes, the one time preucJicr and ls the center ot the universe, even so It !r my little tame robin who plenslng unto God be tho approbation the 20,000 readers of tho I. J. as cat I put his sought for and Heaven be the goal! treasurer of the twelve nose lovo tor God Is tho center of our existence. preaches to me daily. money proved hto undoing, "O Judas, How may we know Him? Jesus Bays crumbs upon my window sill, especial, Franks did. Try to find each of you, the divine what didst thou do with Jesus." From "I am the way, the truth, and tho life, ly nt night. He hops Into the window plan for .vour life; for Just as the a suicide's grave comes the answer, "I no man cometh unto the Father but where ho wants his supply and takes architect nad a plan tor this building Editor Perry, of Wiixaenter, says, crucified Him on a cross ot silver. by. me'' "He that hath been me hath as murhi ns he wants for a meal. Then even so the, gTeat architect of characGov. Woodrow Wilson ha3 stolen seen the Father. Therefore to know-Go- he hops nway to a little tree nearby ter has a plan for each and every thlrtv pieces of ullver." one must Know Jesus, and he that nnd lifts up his voice In n carol of lire, nnd that lire will be the happiest Just think what those men might thunder. Weil Cafollette his got it from Dryan in the first place, have become Jiad they decided aright tails to know God has railed in the gratitude, and praise, tuck goes little and most successful that lives in tune Keep Jesus, the Might they .and bend have his purpaie fast with the Infinite. merely come home again or a James, notPaul or become a John learns tootknow creation, nnd he that asleep under his wing tomorrow so it has n a Peter? Uut God will lead a with indisponsuble Christ, crowned In your and leaves and there you are. of all sad words of tongue or pen, God." Hut we can not leavo tomorrow heart, and when you come to that life. the saddest are these, "It might havo "What shall I do without Him In with (!od unless we hnve Jesus crown- other commencement day. the coin life ed in the heart been". For they died unwept, monceuifiii of that larger the hour of prosperity?" Again "What shall I do without may you hear ho worthy to and unsung! A young man may win college oc teacher from tho lips of Hut methlnka'I hear some one eny professional honors, a young woman Jesus In the hour ot temptation? inn "well words, welcome "bow differently I would have actd! talented In music or art, may call Temptations win come to all o us thnso I would have crowned Htm instead of forth the world's applause, or n young They will como. Subtle, sudden, done good and faithful servants!" and diploma crucifying Him." Stop? Are there man with a genius for business mav strong. They will como when we are to receive from His bands a not n.en today that are crucirying begin to amass a fortune. What then? least expecting them, and when we having Inscribed upon it these words, to themselves the Son of Cod afresh Danger! For prosperity Is a dangerous feel the hanolest ana strongest. And Heir of God and Joint Heir with and are putting Him to an open thing Prosperity has a tendency to men what? The nover of Jesus alone Christ in an Inheritance that Is lncor- ruptlble and undented anu mat iaactn Are there not some today, make one forget uod and timet in one- - can help us against temptation. shame? He was tempted In all points no I not away, reserved la heaven tor like Caiaphus, that are crulcfylng self. Look at the record of Solomon, I Him on the cross or Belt righteous- - of Urrlab,, or ot Napoleon. What Is UTaa we are, yet without m. tie sympa- - you". Amen. 6HELT0N 8AUFLEY,...Publliher 1 1 n d pcrs6n. doubt cnuso thnt afo to extend Stanford No. 4, through rrcathersvllle, or ng far down ns Drake's Creek, op perhaps still farther nnd save yoievoral trips each week. Will you fnrmers ever learn to ask for what you want nnd need; something like pnrcol8 loj,t for Instance? Tho route out or Crab Orchard wl bo a go if there could be three small brldgcg erected. Uwry wnnn one herb now to go to Lancaster. Tho coun ty ol linrrard Is hmlng tho Lancaster end Crab Orchard pike put In the fine let of good finest shape. After crushed stone had been spiead, i r"ader was put on. then two ten-tostenm rollerR make a road like r klnd-henrte- Mthu Nmn UlUg Easy tntxcit with us In all our temptation. Ho resisted In tho wilderness nnd conquered on the cross. Therefore Ho nlono enn give uq power to resist K' r lb '.A i . ,!; v'i;?( 1 I POWDER of lit j 1a I ak H Baccalaureate Sermon Absolutely Pure -- xV liaWfltUlil': i,tLt:sVau(DnafMr -- m ? I &; IWalk ' : Over Sen-nto- r, j Jr-ni- s Tl-e- y d The sign of Excellence and Beauty. The most extensively advertised shoe in the world. Made in all leathers, on almost every conceivable last. ..j 1 Tan, Patent Leather, Vici and Calf. $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair in. jow or. high shoes, button and lace. You can not beat them and we doubt if you can equal them. se-riou- sly i si-e- "', H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. 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Call or address our uearest oflico or write direct to leadouarters, Nashville, Tcnn., for information a ".Joying tejepbL1 service. uur nues cover tne BtateJ of Kentucky. XT" ?"";; Tennewee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tio Sout icrn t RURAL TELEPHONES. A """""y ju. i;ft "Far-ITr.JLlT- T-- .l! . 'i ''l"Jflw7" t i i.s ii Particularly the Ladies. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Piir-ycar- 3 & lf Not only pleasant nd refreshing to ot Danville IikIro limmctt the latte.'but gently cleansing and tweet wiiH In court hero Wednesday. en'mgito the system, Synip of Figs and Morrow, of Somerset, 8. particularly adapted Elixir of Senna In U,Ii'm and rruMrra. and lifnrfiril in Icro oil business tills Week. allcaics in which a wholesome, atrcngtli-- 1 County Attorney J. K Holiltmnii, of ening and effective laxative should be tlnrmrd, wns here on legs' business used. It is perfectly safe at all time and Wednesday. dupcls colds, headache and the paint Mp) , ,, O.,)ontu,ip ()f tinnvlllo hns cmmccI by ndigeslm and constapatan ,,.,, , R1lon ()f .MrH. 0,n Thompson promptly and effectively that it is the one Tt.o.np.on of -- " J""' erfect family laxative whicl, gives satis Is with his mother. Mm faction to all and is recommended by Thoroiwoii. miflions u( families who have used it md ' popii Mm. Jennie Kly. one tf th ivho have personal knowledge of its ex w-I : SPRING IRINGSSOflE FEET HERE IS A POSITIVE CURE! PB Hillo hW. Hi tdiitihone iHtnmlMflh Il hat iulte III for several days. led unscrufnilous dealers to offer imit.i- on. and Denton Judge Jriiio tions whicli act unwt'ufactor3y. There- - ,HIlie- -j ,h- f gnnHtt, attended fore, when buying, to get its bcncfici.il .rM,)tPry u, iM(,t Sunday. rrllrnrf. ' Its wonderful popularity, however, $ effecti. always note the full name of the Mtf" and .Mth. Caswell Hull Company California rig oyrup WVdiiMlsy for of every llcrta .liiui Penny, loft printed on the front KnoxWl!.-- , Tenn., whuro they will In package of the genuine Syrup of Figt Kiiests of KnslRii ttatilluy'sj slater, .Mrs. and Elixir of Senna. For sale by all leading druggists. Price T S. Webb, Jr. Mm. Hubert llardlnc nnd Mrs. Hub50 cents pet bottle. ert 8 litle, of Danville, Rvo dcllKht-fu- l receptions lor Mrs. Huntley Inst EXCITEMENT week Excitement at Wabash, Frankfort hns relunu-.MIib Anna Wnrren and Logansport. over Cures Wrought by Dennt Rheumatic Remedy, Sure, fiiini tho Kaatcrn Normal Sehol lit Bile and Speedy. Itlchiuond. I.Ivor, Kdlncy nnd KhcuinaUsm, .Mrs. M. 5. Hnultuy is tho guest of Stomach Diseases absolutely cured when doctor nnd nit other meant) her daughter, .Mrs. S. M. Logan ut Wll failed. Some turned In sheets nnd feil more with n tulie cured In n short time. Mrs. It. .M. Ncwland Is In lxiilsvllUl llhiwlng are a few John McNally, (leorge Pcntf, Al Henderson. P. II. this week, visiting her mutlicr, Mrs Hhwer. nil of Frankfort; Miss Klkln. Mt Sella. Intl.. Walter Ilnumhaiior, or YVIIIinmshurK, A. J. Sullhon. Wnbssh, Ind. Den-huthey last wns here early In tho wcuk with lingular sUn hottlo whllo Co.-plainly at Wabash With the advent of warm weather romr foot troubles to thousands of people. The Increased temperature and causes heaviness of the ntmosphero awellhe nnd excess perspiration This brings on n scries of font The treatment Irouhlea , Riven helow will he wel romed with oy by sn ar ' mv nf sufferer. It nets llk magic "Dissolve two Inblrspoonfuls of Cnlocldc rompoiiml In n Iwaln of hot water, soak the feet In thin for full fifteen mln rf tite gently ninwiaFlnK the sort Less tlmo will not give the desired results ) rtepoat this each night until the cure Is permanent " All sor ferns ners disappears Immediately and calloures can he peeled rUtit off jiunons nre reduced to normal and Sweaty the, Inflammation drawn out and smelly feet, tender and swollen feet need but a few treatments This ForA Caloclde Is n rcmnrtabte drug merlv used only by doctors but any drugght now has It in stock or will quickly get It from his nhn'esalc rent package Is house A twenfy-flilnlmed to cute he worst fcit v $15,000 Trunk STARTS MONDAY, JUNE 5TH Bag Sale ' Entire stock of Chilton & Guthrie's Trunk and Bag factory purchased from receiver. Over 1000 Trunks and 1000 Bags of every description will be placed the usual selling price. on sale Monday, June 5th, at about one-haSee Louisville Sunday papers, June 4 th, for details, or write our Mail order Department. ' n tr ' COME TO LOUISVILLE Fares Rebated Until July 1st, At Our Transfer Desk In Cash. do so. NCTICCS Althougl. som stores have discontinued to rebate Rallrojs! Ccme to the Store and receive your Rebate. Fares, tnls tore will continue to 11. of .Slii'lbjWle. JudRi) who Is a cnndldatu for KallriKul was here shaking hands He bi with democrats w'ednosdny. lli'es ho hag u good chance to land Ilrd. STEWART DRY GOODS CO., MWttg WMWKaf ticket, one If he cotild be incorporated. 26 cents, nt NEW STANFORD DRUG CO. MONCY TO LOAN. On IJiicoln ninount ocr rarins. In any Itnte of Interest por cent. Term, a years, with 6 pm liege to pay uftor one year. First mortgage. If )ou nre In need of money will loan you up to 40 per cent of the vahio of your land. For further particular write to O II, Swlnohroad, 25-t-f Attorney, lancaitcr, Ky. county $3,000 'K' i riEisys pointers: xi - "What has become of the ioned conk who ha Fomcthlng on the sloo that would not no ilono until Hut prompt-iies- g day after tomorrow? governs the day. If you want up old fash1 "never If not cr used, bring n.oncy. Thnfa 196. to dato think of Try n JU days groceries you Immediately Cotfcy & Coleman." fall" Kerosene can for tho best )ou ocr saw It back and get your tho way wo hell It. COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. . Phone FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE, the nomination. Former Congressman S. I I'ltgli, cf Vanceburg, lH hero the B'P-- t ol his daughter. .Mrs. I) M Wa ker. Ilerly Hout, me the host and most (Kipular known young men h. Mrs Annie Miller, court stenograph Stanford, nnd Alls Jefimue Hennett. 4s er, enmu down from .:t. Vernon of Loulevllle, will bo married al mr wenk, and was cordially Kreotwl by home tliero Sntiinia) afternoon, by her iiinni frlundh hero. Itev. Huwes. MIsm Ilennott is a KdKnr Lewis, an expert Job pilhtor tllul nnd most uttraetlve oung woinun r of Prnnhfort, mid will be cordially welcomed to and limit) pi riime .Monday to tal.o a position In Stanford, when they rwiun rro to tho Interior Journal oilier, .Marshall liiaku their home. Ston,. hntliiK resigned. ctnn. John M. Waters, Wallaco-SlnSHORT LOCAL NEWS Hums Coleman nnd Morrison llrlglt nre camping on Dix river, near the W. S. Fish represents Oiily fie t8t railroad bridge, and h.nlng big times and strongest Insurance companies. lishing, swimming, etc. t tf griun Let nlm keeP y"u proteste'J. It K llHrgli., a promliiHiit dcHiler of Knnins City, wn8 here WedJoseph Strohfuer. a prominent Ccr- nesday, having imitored nver from man of the Junction city neighbor'JaiiNlllt- - with Messrs Uuguel). and .Monte Pox. Mrs llarslK is hood wns thrown out of h, bugg) tailing and dragged to n fearful death over a a Keiiturklan and thoy lire rocky road late TuowMy afternoon 'oUtlvos mr Damllle. in the Irelaml wns in Clneln-nti- l Tho funeral wan ((inducted Prof J City lie has Catholic Church at .1 unction on hiislnowt this week odnosdny. ficntwl a llaltorliig offer t repn- ient tho American Itnok Company luj Kentucky during the Minuter months j The iKWtoiflce and tmnks elnged up returned on Mny Jflth, Doelnrutlon Day. Tin Mir, Ktta Mne'lor ha home triiiu lHdimiiKlt. whnre alio colored vetemna liad an lnipwn ha ben taking a course to teach' parade through town unit a ball amo In the afternoon. The ninny frtciids of Mr and .Mrs. Tho star Hold and poultry lonco CharloH P. Montgomery, of Liberty, will tender uihiii the Washington red cett.tr ano cy pitwa arrlMil of a bxiutllul little daughter shlugloH nt your own prim The Junction City Lumber Co, Junction City in their heme. thir secoml child. . Mrs Annl-- i llnrrin Kngluiiinn will Ky. entertain with a linen g.iower In honPeople who borrow their nclgbnr'i or ot Miss Snlllo Taylor Wood,, the are too Dldo of June Hh. with n linen -- bower local paper because tla-ct her home in the country on June ntlngy to subscribe for It are the first ones to growl when the paper ia Ctli trout S to .1 o'clock. Miss, LlUabclh M trelgmon. form- late, or when 'thero'b no news In It," erly of Klng .Mountain, orders her I Tho I J. changed from Ilurgln to Pleasant Prohibitionist their Hill, Mo., where sho ns moved with state convention in Lexington this week and nominated a partial ticket. her mother. 8lo writes: "Am very much pleased with our Among tho leaders on it is A. what I'vo been Carpenter of Lincoln county, who wns new home nnd "shown"' of MUkourl. but I lov Ken- nominated for commissioner of tucky best. Spent n delightful week Agriculture. While .Mr. Carpenter nits no chance of eleeiton on till In tit. Louis with relatives." 1 it 3-Lll-lar- d VA . deor-mutt40-4- Mil MM HKHHaHMHIIHilWBWWWIIB c.cctej, n 1 r who knows him will '. that he would make a better Cor v. I tiilsfcioiiu than iikv t nnjonc could be named. Itev I). M. Wulknr, haa dcdineJ thr (ill to the pastorate of it t'hrietiu: (lunch at Vuldosta, lla, hla inan friends bote will bo glmi to hiiow. Till; call wits an exceedingly Halt ering one, but the inombcr'b of tlu local Chrlstaln congtegntion did not feol thnt they could lot him go, o Made tho financial cons.ilcr.-u.omitflclentlj liiterehting for htm to wrvstvmsT&wm . Wmmvm w mmumm M a Scott1 s Emulsion eight nioiiUa a receiver will be pointed for It. Louisville, Kentucky. HWHHiiMsiawHa "wwBtwaiijiMaa In lit- .- hnnm It. 1J....(., tjatiiril.iy. Wm .Murpl.y. signal man c.n tho O j & C , is with Ills family for a few dayj ... .. imrn io me wile oi uev lokot, a I.daughter, Helen Iiene. Mb a Katie Frisble, 15 yoius o:d, daughter of .Mrs. Llllle Frlsbie, died or spina! meningitis Tuesday and Jrid to In thc Pleasant Point Cemetery, Thursday. Tho bereaved ones have our deept-sympathy In thf-l- r dark hours of grief. rottirtlOfl t-- i -i- . Boy Scouts .COMPANY ' AND IS How can the baby grov st rone if the nursing mother is pale and delicate? ... i BEING ORGANIZED DRILLED HERE. The IfOy Siout movement which Is spreading rapidly ovej- - the country, makes the mother strong 'has struck Stanford, a company of and well; increases and enthe young tcouti Is being organized riches the baby's food, iw'i.t. here, nnd a'ready ove. twenty nieni- . fcers hn e been signed up and more Poller Slevlers, aged iZ years, :ii n,)pltcntions are being received. Dr farmer of tho Ottenhelin section, was W. S. Craig is looking after the remain. papers by young men, nnd Hubert Carpenter is grunted naturalization Ji.dgu Walker Circuit Court drilling (ho boys In military tactics. in J. D. bteenbergens sella, builds, re- - this wTek. was born It Is planned to take the Scouts on a He Pa,r8 a,n1 "diusts scales at rocK not- oamplng expedition tc-- Mix river some Germany, hns but lc you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky. allegiance to tho mothci time this summer and other expedicountry and Is now a loy.il Amorican tions ure planned to mnko things inHats cleaned and rcblocked nt .Mr. Sieers came citizen. to thh teresting for the joung pioneers. and H'earcn's. country In l'JO'J. I Cuin-n.lns ret MARKSBURY .Miss Fair Oats of Wayne county and the AJIssess Rnnkins, of Hubble who have been the guestu of .Mr. JD. F. Kaiikins, have returned. Miss Zella Cowen, of Montlcillc, who Is the guest of her grandfather, Mr. Perk Ingram, of Boyle count7, made a Ehort stay with Mrs. 0 C Cable List week. Forest Oldham, aged s years, died at the home of his parents at Ia.iI;-vlllwith menihranoGU) croup lust week. Forest Is the nepnew of Burk, of this community. Master Guy Greening .nmc very near burning the dwe:lng house ol B. K. Snope while snooting matoht,B In a gun last Saturday, several articles of clothing and a bed quill bad burned when tho tire was olscoverod .Miss Susan Allie Dunn will cloo n select school June 2nd, with the Dt?y, "Thj Deacon's First WU" " Some talent out side the school will b6 UDyd In the play, most of them being lorkr-e- r puplis of Miss Dunn. .Misses, Until nnd Martha Die, (it Middleburg, nro expected this week e an i hi C ra ;i I ' jh'-J- ) tJ 1 ..f. i Itev A. (J. Coker, of King's Moun church tain will preach nt PainP-next Sunday, June 4th. at 11 a. in. full attendance Is dofired. , Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Oatarrb Is a b'ooi or ruutl-tu- ti lu cure It jou mu-- t take InleruU mhmIIs. IlaUa Catarrh Curi-k, n nl rU Jlret'r tipot the b. k I al a nnroil, H not u tiuatL nteili-cteurliefa. Hall it tatarrti l m one of the t It by (ti)ielaiM lit Into eourtry lor yeira and M a mular pntcrlplioo. It II romp"-,- ol tl tKt tonIM Known. roAiblfifO with the bwt bloikl purilera. artlnz iiinrtl) on thi nuicoiu nrlim. The perfect combination ol ll,e twi, lavrnllents H what prorturM fimli wonderful lis in riirtntr catarrh. for tftlmoria:a. fre. F. J. CllKNXY A Cl . ITop . Totedo. O. Sold br Iiruecl-Hiiprier Te Iile Hall's lani'v "uu for constitution. XIm. nrdc-- r with ,it the wt Uasr,UHapin at vm I.O.-V- at tbfy canr,it rran The Indies of the Crab nichard Hup tint Church will give a strawberry smt let- - cream supper in 'heir church! yard, Friday evening. Jun 2. Kvery-bodN Invited to go and help a good CllllS)'. For Kent St. Assp-.- i lote;; newly throughout etpilpied with fumltuie and in splendid shape; doing u money mailing business. For particulars apply to J. W. Acey, proprietor -S Tf)G BG$T USSaw - in -- Carson's - Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. FLY STflllFORD NtVfS ' SUrl 5riDt5 l A FOR SUMMER ORIVINU tho comfort of both horses and ilrlv ore should b0 specially considered by eecurlnrs n proper outfit of lap robos. blankots, fly nets nnd othor ncccbsarl cs from our complete assortment of liorso Koods. floro xo llgit. but strong nnd durable, Blnglo nud double "Supper Readyi When vou get back to camp, tired and hungry, you do not want to spend the ready. You want a stove you evening getting supper can start up in a minute that will cook quickly and well. For camp, houseboat or bungalow, a New Peris the- ideal cooking device. It e fection Oil It saves all the trouble is ready for use in a moment. and gelling in coal. It does not overheat of cutting wood or make dirt in a kitchen ; there are no ashes nor smoke. and cooks better than any olher range. It requires less Cook-stov- Itev Livingston preached excellent (Jieen Clay Walker, the popular edhaj sermons both Sunday morning and Recoid, Let me Insure your tobacco agalnit itor of tho Lancaster owning at tho Christian church, Hut then loss or damage by hail, the tobacco just bought an atitnmoolle. Day services were held at the ho is also an nturney, which ex)lalns growers' worst enemy. Lo rate. H. Uaptlst church Tuesday. now he happened to be abl to do It. M, Newland Agent. Littlo JItss Mary WaUe,r Is :s Airs. Mllford Vaught Is on tho sick Ijiwd mowers, boso and sprinklers A LEADING CALIFORNIA DRUG-jiig- t a,;0. GIST at tieo. 11. Karris'. Sebastian Cheviolett lost a valuablo Pasadena, Cal March 'J, PJI1 horso last week. Foley and Co., Gentlemen: Wo John Linthlcum and family ot PurCarriage pointing, rubber tiring, have soM and recommended Foley's gin, will move to the Hicks place repairing at prices you can't beat Honey and Tap Compound for years. this week. and anywhere. J. D. Ely, Junction City, W believo it to bo ono ot the ruoit Jame3 Uaickay, of Louisville, was Ky. trident expectorants on tho market TiBitlng rekvtlveii here last week. . Contacting no opiates or narcotics it Jlrs. Waters and daughter, Miss George P. llrlght makes a salve can be given freely to children. Ida with a number of others spent that will cure white swelling carbuu L'uough, of tho remedy can be taken tho day nt Mr. Baxter's, Friday. All cles, bolls, bono felons, cuts, corns." to relieve a cold, as It has no nuuseat report n feasant time. wife and little daughter Will also wire cuts, harness sores and mg results, and does uor. Interfere with digestion. Youfn very truly, 0, noma, have just returned from u visit scratches on ylur horses. Ouaranttert J I. Ward Drug Co., C. L ParBons, to friends and relatives at Cincinnati, to cure. 25 and 60c a box. Sec'y and Treas. "Get the original Nlcho!arrvilIe and SomerseL 'Phono 26 Folc)'s Honey and Tar Compound in 19'J, P. O. Box Mrs. Lizzie Slpplo and daughter, tho yellow package. ot Lexlneton, were pleasant visitors MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY hero last week. Tho Supreme Court rendered thlH Dr. Thompson and family, loft SunPEOPLE Use Foley Kidney Pills for quid: week, a decision against tho Ameri day for North Carolina, where they and permnueiit results :n al cases of can Tobacco Co., mure sweeping than will spend several days, kidney and bladder troubles, and for that against tho Standard Oil. t'n- Mrs. Ethel Ballard, aftet a protract- painful and annoying irreguliolticF.lts" the Tobacco Co. dlbbolvcs in ( cd stay with, her brother, pr. Laswell, n 33-130-2- 4 Wedding presents Services will be held In the Uaptlst Church, morning and evening. Special mu3lc nt tho morning service. Sub. ject of tho morning sermon, "Why I Am A Baptist," S. , 'J:30, I). Y. P. 17., C.43. Preaching hours, 1U.45 and 7:30. S-- YOUR NEIGHBOR'S EXPERIENCE Hoi, joii mny profit by it! Take INvlej Kidney Pills. ..Mrs K H. Whiting, 'iou Willow St., Akron, O., says Toi iomp time 1 had a very serious case oi kidney trouble and I suiTorcd with u.icknches nnd dizzy headaches. I had specks floating before my eyes ,ind I felt nil tired out nnd miserable 1 saw Foley Kidney Pills advertised rni c,ot a bottle and took them accord, ln to dlrectlonB and results showed almost at once. The pain and dizzy beheadaches left me, my I can say I am came clear and a well woman, thanks to Foley Kidney Pills." eye-sigy '1 KING'S MOUNTAIN at .Mueller's cf ; i to make an extended visit to thblr grand parents, .Air, and Mrs. U K. Swope. m ?i The rural route has failed let e&trj through tbl8 section or tho couctJy jfor tho second time. Wa hope, ivdw, "they" who aro trying to lorco It tat our people for a lew cents cancelfe tlon will keep their hands off anil lit us rest In peace. We get our wbJf twice dally, Navoa competent pes master and must we be compelled to stamp letters' tn the burning float and freezing cold just to help make a fat purse? Trie majority of the lev who vote for It would be sctlarlwl with the mail coming once a month. Mrs. C. C. Cable, bus returned trwr Danville where she has been attending tho commencement exerclsds. Mr. N. P. Cobb' one of thclV farmers In this vicinity and wkt on a srani scale baa a ralseu stock sow that had 10 pigs, 4 of thum being strjped like a Zebra, the strlpea In color aro mode and black. Miss Lucllo Speaks of Highland, ute Miss Minerva and Miss Lucllo Speaks of Hlland, ore visitors-o- t Mr, Hob 8peakn and faiuVr grand-dauhhst- ir .J- - Stomach Blood and Livet Troubles Much sickness starts with weak ttoraach, and consequent lack poor, Impoverished blood. Nervous and jood, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need lnvioratin for, alter all, a man can be no stronger than his stomach. A remedy that makes the stomach strung and tho liver active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives g bacteria and cures a whole multi out (udo of diseases. pate-pcopl- o disease-producin- MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE II I (Sis tiff I FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE So many of the ills of women ara duo to habitual constipation, probably because of their falsa modesty on the subject, that their attention cannot be too strongly called to the Importance of keeping the bowels open. It Is always Important to do that, resardleaa of the sex, but it is especially Important In vsomen. From the time the girl begins to men- struate until menstruation ceases she has always vutly better prospects of coming through healthy ir she watches her bowil movements. It you find yourself constipated, vith bad breath, pimply complexion, hea laches, belchlnff gas and other symptoms of Indigestion and constipation. una , smaii aose or ur. uauwtira tjyrup Pepsin. It la a woman's' favorite Uxa- - nre entirely unsulted to woman's rtqalrou,r"- - Katherlne Haberalroh or McKcrt itijan harness, admirably suited to road pur poses, along with n hill lino ol worts harness or the host quality at uai raBfeYiSfcfion. gznrmvflamiimj QilLCook-5tove, MsuU with 1.2 aaJ 3 bunun, wh Inaf , turquuoe blua tumctal tmmaert. Ilodranclr &iuhtl ihruujhoul. TM 2-3 burntf ttom ( U Im ruh of ! without caburt tup. which It WUd WUh Urcp thtlv towl H(ki. etc ( jnWiirvtrrMhtrci of wiM forth. Krvlno unuUf to u ocunl ( Get rid of your Stomach Weakness and Liver Laziness by taklni a Course of J)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the treat Stomach Restorative, Liver Jnvliorator and lllood Cleanser. ollh. Standard Oil Cpay You can't afford to accept any medicine ol unlmoan romfasltian as a substitute. Cor "Golden Medical Discovery," which Is a medicine or inown coukijition, having a complete Hit of Ingredients la plain English on Its mihu buloi attested as correct usdr oath. ( cured by the use of this remedy. A frei jamrl bottle can be obtained by address-InDr. Caldwell, and after you are cou vlnced of Us merits buy of your drus gist at fifty cents and onoIt dollar a bottle. Dr. Caldwell does not fel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obligation. He has specialised In stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years und wilt bo pleased to give tho . u,,., anf wiiicd un tne suDjecr, fre Pf charire. All are welcome io write him. Whether for the medical advice r iiib irea lamuia auurvaa til s heeler. Mich., who was almost para lyxed In her stomach and bowels, are now U ir "nf - "- - vm ji-if- f y-- . ' l" ?y rfnT fErr'WffiHii"i v MIDDLEBURG New Goods Parasols Neckwear Lawns Ginghams Gloves Laces Hamburgs Silks Trimmings Purses Novelties If Olllo Janip, does not carry Casey in the primary, Jtilr 1. we arc going to be wonderfully disappointed. And things are not looking ni ono aided In the Governor' raco an they did. Homo change, nrc taking place ni the Viyh go by. llobert McWhorter la building n atone houno on Danvi Io afreet nt Yoaemlto for potmmitw T. V, llran-aon- , who will put In a stock ot grocer lea and also move the post ottlcc to It There will bo preaching nt the Christian church Yoaemlte, by HrV. Cbas. l'owelf. of Danville, lie will likely be called tor the rent or ,thP year, ns tho church la without n pas- Farmers Save Yourself From Heavy ing By Using A Lift- Hints For Summer Stra Hats ANY KIND, ANY SHAPE, Hosiery Etc. We handle only goods of quality and Etc guarantee price. convinced. Take a look and be is doing a gxxxl hi hotel at llolden Dawn Hprlngu. He tells us that he Is kept busy waiting on hlj gueuls thqr e were nt least 75 eWlQsa-.l- . . . nnd delUvrlni; water to hi customers We spent Sunday afternoon there nnd Oiero were nt least 75 people present 1.1 worn tor. Jason business vilhi HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes during tho tvcnhiR. A runaway liore caused siitne during services nt the llaptlsl Church; Sunday. Several younR men runhed out and Rtoppeil tho runaway before any harm was flono and Iter. C. T. Claunch went on wltii ltls Folding Transport Hay Rake A Great Labor Saver. See It At Pence Bros,,. rWE FARMERS Father Leo, W. n. King. J. T. Martin, Sarah U. Martin. , Fred linndorf, Stray bull come to my place Apt 11 Owner can loth, H red get name by paying for keep and this I reek, Sum- ad. M. K. Deri . . Ky. lord. tarm good, dwelFor Sa'e-Smling, largo burn, small orchard, well renced plenty of wnter, good land 3 miles Irom Stanton! Jeo. V. Luiis-forPOSTED. three-year-ol.m-M'- s 1 a'.l d PRICE NEXT' I cansell youanvthnwr in the Clothing line in strictly advanced styles and right in price.. Hand tailored and pure wool. a blue serge for 12.50 that, h ast he world beat for perfect fit,, quality and workmanship We-have AND FOR THE FEET YOU WOULD NOT THINK OF BUYING ANYTHING;. OUT THE CROSSETT IN OXFORD SHOES. GLOVES FOR THE HAND. SOX FOR THE FEET AND SHIRTS TO TONE YOU OFF 8ECJ i Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. e. Stanford, Ice Cream Freezers Ky. Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers Screen Doors Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. Screen Wire C. K Montgomery ana K. C. More, nltorneyn ffan Liberty, Attended magistrates court nt Yoscmlte, l"ri- day. JLrfJ. J. S. Murphy nnd little John,' Jr., of McKlnncy, came homo with Mrs. Met). I'Of.Ie last week rnil Hcnt W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. Everybody Get ready for our 1 tv ('i RED TAG SALE L. Which begins Saturday, JUNE 3, and lasts 10 days. L SANDERS. KY. CRAB ORCHARD, ijsajffig r' clkdccr, The KUi that Burn good, Mk and very Little Ahe. We Ghre yew 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteea Ounce to the Pound. ' . IlKU. &. Son. Church with Jesso Koglo ns leader, la an Interesting feature or Urn worSeveral Lincoln county people ata'.l Iteh Csed 1. 1. P.. six months- ship In th-i- l congregation. Tho choir tended the nal- of lino short hoin cutup of (ho best ol olces nnd tle nt Eimndorr, he palainl home of J. ing gone. li made Thla Is the actual experience ". all geem to enter heartily Into the 11. Haggln, near '.Mdnrtton, Inst Thuis Santa Itosa, Cal.. with. 7'Orit. day Forty-fou- r liltiu blooded animals Anno Cronmn. . prcscruu. the wonderful I). l. passed through the ring for n tola' U.. Is proven eciema cure, l I. HAPPY WOMEN of Jll.V.'O, or .in .ivorage of K70. The Instant re best pco ol the day was paid for the mild wash that Kites lief in all forms ot skin trouble. Plenty of Them In Stanford and Good the hclrer lJidy Mnrga Inpurltles Reason for It. ret, who was knocked down to Oeoige Chunse the skin of r.l any woman be happy, ' Sears, of Mclleiiry, 111., ror J7-- f. The washes r.way li'otches and pimples, Wouldn't healAfter years of backache buffering. nuxt best pricu uas pain for tho two- - leaving the skin ub smooth and Days of misery, nights ot unrest, .Vaster, an tin thy as' that of a child year old bull. Music tiet a i cent trial botle of this The distress ot urinary troubles, ported sou of Uandma.tter, one of tli Eczema Cure today and ke, She flnda relief and curo7 bulls lu Knglund. best - oi the Hurley It in the house No reason why any Stanford reader Iho Kxecutixe Hoar.I), will do al' stiould' suffer in tho face of ovidence Tobacco Society hns Issued notice ad. Wo Know thnl 1). V. like this: : to hold their that it claimed for it, Shugars and iMni: stockholders Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, K. Main St., stock, as it is worth 100 cents on tho Tanner, Stanford, Ky Stanford,, Ky., says; "l scarcely know- - dollar and the prospects are excellent how to express my gratitude to for j,ood pains ill blends. Doau's Kidney Pills for tho benefit i they brought ine. When I began their BEE LICK use, I was in a miserable condition My back seemed to have given out ofr tlrely and pained me terribly. I often , .Mrs. D. I). Lewis, or near Preacher-vlllebecame so weak nnd tame that I wag visited her sihter. Mrs. M. t!. Learning of almost prostrated. Doun's Kidney Pills, 1 procured n sup Reynolds. ply at Shugars & Tanners Drue; Store Joshua Wilson, of Crab Orchard, nnd lit view of the results I received wus here last Thurcduy on biisinesH. I can give them the highest praise. Snultord Mcltoberts, colored, is very Doau'g Kidney Pills not only relieved ray backache, but also restored my ill ot (lux. DON'T BE TOO sENEROUS. Dr. Bradford Warren and A. O. kidneys to a normal condition." For sale by all dealcw. Price DO L'rlder were at Cnib Orcnard, Thurswith the cement, lime, etc., you get Co., liuUalo, car. cents from us. Remember tiat all our build New York, solo agents for tho United .Miss Delia lleyuolds, .Mr. Eugene ,ng m6trll3 are mucn gtroI.K- -r thnn Status. McWilliams and others went to Stan - I the ordinary and you can therefore use less than ordinary quantities. It Hemcmbcr tho tiamo Doan'a and ford to attend the examination ror you ko wo.j, Ml vou iutt lMy( t0 take no other. I mix them to get the best results at ,...hra i,iT uvai .l. vt'iiiu i.i uitu uon ii.. (Wild Colson is having a good sinkSALE ADMLNISTRATORS J. A ALLEN, Stanfera, Ky. ing at flood Hope church. As administrator of W. II. Land, de Wilson, of Crab Mr. and Mrs. Josha ceased, I will on Saturday, June 3, SHithtcs ly 11, sell at public outcry to the high- Orchard, were "hero Wednesday visitest and best bidder a lot of household (ne friends. My new spring and summer samples It) and kitchen furniture, 15 to 20 barrots are now ready for your Inspection Farmers are wishluK for rain, as of com ln crib, a lot ot baled bay,- onj Is very dry again. They comprise the liest on the market' n wagon; bvnae wagon, one I. can suit auyoae as to price who had his clothe made ti order. A suit on new buggy, three horses, two made to your measui is preferable co m, a lot ot bacon, bams ,etc, two to re4y made clothes. To hare them sets of harness and other Itams too made tn measure doean't coat any mora thaa ready miaa whea quality numerous to mention. aad Ot U ooajldere4. Come 1b and A I sums ot '0 and, under each In let me take your measure. hud, all sums over tea dollars Taa Practical Tailor. N. will be required to execute a noto with good security payable la bank for ail months. Here is oUr Sale will begin at 10 o'clovck A. M. at the late home of W, U. Land on Rait Mala street, Stanford, Ky. To Every Depositor: won-derfFostcr-Aiiiburn fcoveral daj. Airs. Dr. Ithogei-- , or Lexington, Mr. nnd Mr. Deborde. of Someix-- t nnd .1. J. Moore, of l)anil'e, uro nt (Jolden Dawn Ilolol lor beveral weeks May. The song a: the HaptitU MRS. BLANTON DEAD. Mrs. BHza Hlanton, of iiuum" town, in the Mwthwest section of this county, died Tuesday night of con. sumption, nged 0 years. Sho leaves n fiimlly of six children, the joungest three years old. Mrs lllunton wns an excellent woman, u lultrful member of the Christian Church and will !) greattv missed lu her community The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon at llethel church nnd the lemaliw were laid to rest In the burying gMund there SCRATCHLD FOR 40 YEARS For Hot I Days m Panama Hats Soft Collars NEGLIGEE Mohair Suits LOW - SHIRTS Silk Socks SHOES at LOw PRICES Cummins & Wearen, i'. ! Split - Stanford, Kentucky. DIME j You have tried the Plows and know jjheir good qualities. one-hori- pur-cM- Protection CULTIYiTORS! GUARANTEE We Want I' J. H. Baughman&Go. STANFORD, - W. L. M'CARTY. Adrar, W. B. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. nd. KENTUCKY. NOTICE J.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKERS AND OEAL-CMAT-TING- 8, J. C. McCIary, ALSO IN FURNITURE, RUGS. having claims against the estate or V. 0. Lane, deceased, to tile hereby directed are undersigned, the same with proven as properly Required June 10, by law on or beforo 1911. and all parties knowing them selves Indebted to W. D. Land, or the rlnu of Laud & Oucb'auan will settlo same at once. W. L. M'CAHTY. Administrator of U'-- 2 V. U. Land, deceased. All parties V. S. Uextord, 615 hew York Lite Hide . Kansas City. Mo., says: "I had Capital 10t,000 100,000 Surplus Stockholders' Liability 100,000. Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRE8&EO POULTRY, EGGS, ICE, COAL, PURS, HIDES, WOOL, SALT, LIME, GIN8ENQ, FEATHERS ETC. tou. 300,000 That $ 3 0 0, 0 0 0 stands between your deposit and any possible loss. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CorwfH?xttoCoiJft-loUs- e The cultivators are equally as good. H. B. Northcott. We would like to explain the good pointa T. K, Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153.' to you. CONCRETING ol t mska nay thing from al. down to cn po. W can m bout nnt-emtoo promptly ud (unrHnt work and mstorUI. Call snd lift our prion tor rou buy jour material at lail. eon-rrtlnPitvi-iiitnl- EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. THEY WILL FURNITURE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD, TfteM 117. - KY i a eevcro attack, ot a cold whlca let tied In my back and kidneys and 1 was in great pain from my trouble. A friend recommended Koley Kidney rills and I used two bottles, ot them and they have done me a worM eC good." WflnpoltcoQlodoll klndi tueli block Work. Id fact, w rc ii Stanford, Ky. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. tTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Offlea Hom T!M H. W. E. Perkins, CRiSp