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TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BIG CROWD ENJOYS FINE HORSE SHOW MONDAY Thousands of People Gather Here See Blue Blooded Stalllom on Exhibition at Annual Event to v ? v fc fr k i I i One of tlic largest ctovvdj ever seen in Sunford on a similar occasion, was on hand Monil.iy to witness the Many estimated Jlursc Show that there were at man) a 3,000 people in town The weather was ideal and while there were not oer 20 stallions on exhibition those which were here wire of the cry finest blood and were cxtravagantl) admired b) all who av litem Mot of the stallions were on exhibition dtiriiiK the das' at IlaiiKhniaii iV Walltr'a staMe All wire brought out about one o'clock and the saddlers and roadsters put through their paces un Fast Main street winch was lined for almost a half a mile with spectators ho cheered their favorites and etijo) cd the show inimenscl) To atimpt to give an individual description of the merits of each animal ( inil'll sn evhiliilioit, ui.nl. spice here and besides such informs tlog will he given liy the enterprising owners in the ailecrtuiiin columns of tins paper in this or subsequent issues In response to the request of man) friends Dick Scudder, of McKinncV brought in his great )oung sue, All Pcavmc from his farm, to town for Mr Scudder did not show All Pcavmc last season as he did Hot wish to lake an) chance with so valu-ahl- r an animal, lint as the fame of hie get has increased each season, so man' horsemen wanted to look at the sire. of so mail) Futurity winners, that Mr Scudder coiucntcil to bring him to town on this occasion, and he was the cynosure of alt eves as he was given a moderate workout liy his groom, and in his stall One of the saddle horses that at traded the most attention during the day was Ncvui Carter's magnificent I'casine stallion Kclltlieky which is one of the handsomest colored ami shaped animals seen atl) where and one of the freest and beet goers Dock" One rode him and mailed grand show with him A gentleman who has been sent to Keitluckv by a Texas horse fancier to lui) a (me Kentucky stallion. saw him work and asked Mr Carter for a price on him, pronouncing him the finest thing he had set seen m Mr Carter liorscflcsh in Kcntuck) saul that it would take $i500 to bit) luin Mr Carter also had on exhibition oltaire Ins fine I'ere heron stallion Although he did not bring down town W O Well"-- r bad at for. eslubition stock )ard, where many Nimnellc)' saw luin, his great saddle sire Carroll 1'rciton, which has each season increased in popularity both m the stud and lit the show ring and bids fair to have the best season )cl this year. He is in xrand snape 'Hires trotting stallions, which were sent tip and down the pike in aluistst record time each making a nrc.it show, Hie) were attracted lots of attention W II. Ilurton, of Lancaster's ureal black, Hlcuchcr, one of the handsomest animals ever seen anywhere, and J C Cecil, of Danville's magnificent pair Domic All Chuncwood and Hustle three were in fine shape and were gen erouslv am'laiidcd. These animals are much sought after by those who desire to breed nice stepping bugg) horses It W Leigh, of Ilustouvillc, had a mighty nice looking animal on in his (i'Icii Urook, which is having a big season in the West I.nd of Mr Leigh knows how Lincoln count) to handle a horse and is uctlnis splendid results from his fine stallion Logan Hubble had his fine big trotter, Don Varrick on exhibition and will base-- a Iii season With hiill lie lias the sue and stamina for ail) pur cxlu-lutio- i ft. ( Ltnamtcl Sumi died aliout a week and Hona ago. also tiasscd over ih of Stanford, were here calling of death on Sunday. Mrs Sunn was Sunday evening. critically ill when her husband died, The II L. A. Society of the Haptist and the devotion of this counle t rnrh church, held a most elegant bazaar at other was such Jhat their separation the si,,rc room of Dr Alcorn on last cotiiu not lie long. J.lkc her husband, Mrs Sunn was a native of Switzerland, Samrday evening, which was well unl tin- - hdic wih t" think and a Godly woman in every way She tho e, who so kindly pitronizcd them. was a faithful member of the Grueti-licithis Prcsb)tcry . The proceeds amounted to German Reformed church, and On Thursday at 1030 A. M, Rev v lirgt number W A Hopper, of Httrnsidc, will lead a went to Danville her pastor, Rev John G Hosshart conConference on Home Missions Work. from here Sunday to witness the dedi- ducted funeral services at the home ill On bursda) night Rev J T Logan, cation exercises of the Christian church and church Tuesday afternoon, after Catholic services were held at the I very available way of going was used which she was laid to rest beside the of Mnblleliurg, will preach. home of Mr and Mrs N Miller. FathThe people of Stanford arc invited in transporting the people over there. bod) of her husband who stood waiter OTIricn, of Richmond, conducting All sessions of to all these meetings Counts court day at Stanford was ing on the other shore Mm. Sumi was 77 )cars of age and the nutting the Presbytery are open to the public. well rcpristnted from this end of the Is survived by two children, Mrs ArMiss Joan Mount was the honor county Monilav nold Zurhrugg. of this county and K. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE Uicst at a well apKiiittd mietiiig of Tobacco plant beds were never so Sunn, Jr, of Switzerland the Indies' Afternoon llridgc Club at promising in all of our recollections, Mrs Thomas the home of her sister, Organised at Preachersville Peyt Par- as thc arc this spring and a laege Mosb) Wilson m How hug Green. A SEVERAL GAVE SlOO EACH crop will b" planted out this spriPS. ish's House Catches Fir delicious salad course was served It. W Leigh was in Stanford MonCounty Surgion Homer Tirisley, is day with his stallion to take a hand in Over $30,000 Raised to Pay DMt on Preachersville. April 14 r ill of Dphoid lever, at his home, School Improvement League was the horse show. Danville Christian Church Lancaster As Mr Jmslev is of a There will be a big horse show at organised on Friday evening at our strong robust frame his friends arc A tremendous crowd witnessed the new school building Aliout 75 or more Hustomille next Saturday evening at booing lie can soon battle the disease people were present and much interest I o'clock and a good show of horses dedicatory ceremonies of the new Miss Touunie Francis was hostess at HDTIIKRED BY BAD EYESIGHT promised from the surrounding towns Christian church at Danville Sunday manifested The song "Mi Country is SCUDDER SELLS FINE MARE a I'rogrcssivc Rook I'art), the honor Come everybody and bring your stock, and all pronounced the occasion one Tis of Thee," and "The Way of the gti'sts being Mrs J Rockwell Smith of the most impressive ever seen iu this Cross Leads Home," were sung by the as it may be of great interest to you. vcl)ii Lvlc and W, A. Carson is Forced to Resign As California Fancier Buys Red Delight audience with little Miss Iva Thomprecent guests Misses f A Rcymerson and wife, of the part of the state. The dedicatory serI ula of Lebanon An inviting Assistant Postmaster Here From Lincoln County Horseman lv llmg Fork, Casey county, was m mon was preached by Rev Snivcly. of son at the organ Devotional exercises hineliion was served bv I'rof J II Hutchins Mr lliitchins town the latter part of the week shop- Lewiston, III, and, after he had con" V Carson, who was appointed show was then called All of the churches held appropriate s d The cluded subscriptions were taken to pay to the chair Prof ping. by saddle mare. Rcil Delight, owned by I aster Ktrvices Siiuda) The members assistant istmastcr at Stanford Miss Hcttic Logan was in Danville off the debt on the church imounting then in a short talk stated the of the Christian church had an open Congressman Harvev Helm, under the R S Scudder." of McKuincy, but now Johnson - of such organization to about $29,000. The Danville Advo. The lait Thursday evening shopping Miss Mary Uruce. in the stable of Mat S Cohen, of Lex- purK)se- of session Siiudav evening and crendcred new postmistress Green Fryc lost several nice hogs cate says that about $40000 was raised. election J IS Hutchins, president, was forced by the condition of his ington, was sold last week to Joseph S and li 1. Hlaukenship an excellent musical program week in a very peculiar way. They There were several thousand dollar vice president list Dr Wheeler, the )oung dentist, is eyes to resign this week For some ndersou, a horse fancit r of San Fran- elicited gtneral applause. Mrt. Jones had been out of shape for some tune contributions, among those who gave ill of uphold fever at Ins (manling tune lie has suffered with his eyes, but cisco, Cat The mare will be shown L Nnilcrsnii was elected secretary and with something like thumps and he this much each being J A Robinson house, that of Mrs Sarah Hamilton on not until the hard work of reading ad- by Mr Anderson in the big California treasurer, and will fill the position was a'dvised to clip the end of their and Richard Cobb J. H. Haugliman, dresses and the other routine work of saddle stake at the Panama Lxposition Wilct street admirably. A constitution was read tails off, which he did, causing a flow formerly of Stanford, gave $750 Mr Wallace Waller anil wife. Miss the postollice was taken up, did they at which she is eligible, and judging most 25 members of blood that could not be stopped unsigned by over criously bother him So that after a from her sensational career the past adopted and Marv Walter and Miss iinic Milium! til deatii came into them. He has lost COMPLIMENTS MONTGOMERY Meetings will be held each Friday of Lincoln count) were at the lcdsidc couple of weeks of service, he decid- - scison will be a hard mare to defeat Several committees were ap- all but two of them up until now Some Walter, who is d not to overtax them further and has Last season she made a campaign pos- pointed and we hope rcccntl), of Mr John to sec our league one explain the cause. tendered Ins resignation to take effect sibly uncquileil regarded as critically ill of a comphca licnedict and Co, were here Satur- Lancasttr Paper Pays Tribute to State by a nicely on its way. as soon as some one shall be chosen saddle horse, starting in at the fair at get started Senator of Thts District tloh of diseases day evening with a display of buggies The residence of Peyton Parrish for sale They disposed of a few. I'rof and Mrs M I. Cancer were in to succeed hint It is understood that Mt Sterling and going right down the by fire Under a picture of him, the LancasIlloodhounds, were called from here louisvillc for a nutting of the South- W M Duncan and Wallace Singleton, hue through to the State Fair. She came very near being consumed work two well known young democrats of won the big colt classes at Mt Scrimp. I riday evening at dusk. Prompt ssociation ern I'diicatioual last Friday morning to the residence of ter Record, in a recent issue, paid the the part of the neighbors saved the S. T. Harris, near Stanford, where following well deserved tribute to Sen-atMiss I Ha Thompson, an attractive this citv, are applicants for the va- I exington. Louisville and other places, on lieme, however This makes twice in Charles F. Montgomery, of Libyoung lad) of Danville, is visiting her cancy and $.80 in money for her share of the the present vear tiic building has had a several chickens and some corn had cousin, Miss Mollif Ilrown been taken on Thursday night. A good erty : We know of no young man that premiums cljsc shnvc frr.ni the .amc cause. . i.m trail was secured and followed some has arisen so rapidly in public favor to Mr Anderson JJ.. a...i... ...s nlttllllil'i nfftrrrs zt Presbyterian Evangelist Locates Here is accompanied Mr. Lecce. of Copper Creek, visit- dutauce as Senator Charles F. Montgomery of the l'rcsb)ttrian church Messrs Cab-beRev J A Trostlc, evangelist for the Kentucky bv his wife, also an admirer K ed the family of Mrs. Win. Dm all. There was a good crowd in town Liberty, who represented the counties Demi), I.dwin Wnlkcr, Horace Transylvania Prcsb)tcrv, has moved to of the saddle horse They will remain I Icrndoii, of Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle, and Casey Deacons, Alex Stanford with Ins famil), consisting ot in Lexington for several days Their s Miss Lena Arnold, who has been at Saturday all day. W. J. Campbell, the insurance man in the upper house during the General Dot), Jr. Hrcvvcr l.avton. W. O his wife anil two interesting children new purchase was bred by S J ThompCrab Orchard, was with homcfolks the (mmIIoc and John Gill Kmnaird was at MeKinney Saturday morning on Assembly. While he was not at all stalpi st week and will make this city his headquar- son, of Hodgcuville. and is by lus times vvitli the majority of his assoMiss N'ancy Long, of Madison is the ters His field embraces 12 or 15 Ken lion. Red Light, dam , Diana Dare by William Llmore is about well of business guest of her sister, Mrs John Ross las. Stephtnson and mother were at ciates in the Senate the position he luck) counties in this end of the state ( hester Dare measles. I Idcr F M Tinder and Mrs Tinder I exington last week at the bedside of took that brought him into disagreeR S Scudder. of this county, sold and Stanford being ccntrall) located in Miss Jean McKecluuc visited Miss Mr. Stephenson s daughter. Mrs. bca- - ment, added to his popularity with his have returned from a sta) in Louisv- lus district nml having good railroad to J S nderson. the California horse- Lucy Pcttiis Thursday. ille-, where the) attended the I duca-tiotherston, who has been quite ill for constituents. In fact to be popular the connections, was chosen for headquar- man, who bought Red Delight, Mrs. Rebecca Peltus and daughter. with the people it Was necessary for Association Rev Trostlc preached at Richcreat show filly the dam of the filly Miss Rmda Pcttus, visited their ilaugh. some time. ters Mrs. J T Darnell and son, Thomar. membeis of the last Legislature to l.r The remains of Mrs Salhc Richards mond Sunda). and will probably be Diana Dare He received 1,000 for tcr and sister. Mrs. E. D. Holtisla-v- . of Rockwood. Tenn , are the guests of in the minority. Senator Montgomery-waof Stanford, widow of the late Captain heard during the session of the 1'ioby-ter- v llus great brood mare. week at Walnut Flat. Rev A. H. Baugh. last to one of the most active members of Thomas Richards were brought here this week lie is from Warm tancaster Frida) ami interred in the Springs, Mjss Mary Stagg was at home from l e Senate against the Glenn Insurance Rev I M Rogers, pastor of the Hap-tia He and bis family will Col. Th. Smith Dies at Harrodsburj; schcfol for Easter Hill, against the passage of which the I lie deceased was be church, will preach Sunday and Lancaster cemeter) given a most cordial welcome to llus Col Th Smith, president of the Hcau-moMr. Wallace Steele and bride passed people of his district were almost una Miss Dunn, a "sister of the late Mrs community They hive rented the Pendied Sunday night. College, at Harrodsburg, A Dunn Heailc) and Mr lltttic An itinerant vendor of specf.cles through here Saturday. evening en route animous. He used his best efforts for nington home on Fast Main street Saturda) afat Ins home in that city daughter, Miss Hessic Richards surpa.sed this way last week. It is sur- to Middlehurg, to visit relatives of the enactment of the Anti-PreBill. ternoon following a short illness Col Although Senator Montgomery poshow many of our people were the lattrr. vives her For her much sympathy is Fined $60 for Bootlegging Whisky was an educator of wide repute. prising with defective optics. Smith Lair's bloodhounds were called to sessed very decided views upon public felt in this almost double bereavement bothered He was a gallant member of Stone'James I'pthcgrovc. a questions he was polite and consideras she so rcccntl) lost her father and Mi and Mrs. F. L. Thompson visit- Somerset Saturday night. rabia section, was wall Jackson's brigade, a participant ed lies brother, Arch Sprinkles voting man of the Three of our Hustomille kid ball ate of the opinion of others which made and now her mother Chanccl-lorsvillfine of $60 and costs in two in the seven davs' battle of team went to Columbia last week to luin out- - of the most popular and inThe tallies of the Methodist church handed a serious fatniW at Shelhv City Sunday. receivrig seven plav two eames. with the Middleburg fluential representatives in Frankfort. d held an exchange Saturda) at R S cases for liootlcggmg whisky in CounMiss Carrie Na)lor hail a He rought ty Judge Hiilev's court last week-- He wounds in the engagement Itrowt.s Dr) ImmuIs store-M- r p- -t rat dog killed b) an auto team at Columbia and on arriving on The reputation he made, by the firm was charged with etling whisky to in fift) battles and served the four last week. The sjiupath) of many ihe grounds soon found that they were stand at all times at Frankfort on beR F Hughes and little daughter Hcsides the seven up against a hard fight, as they had half of the people's interest with his Margaret J Ikin Hughe, of Louisville, Green Walls and several others in that r.ir of ilie war th battle of the friends of the coming lad) fail to as he received makes Senator were recent guests of Judge M D section Deputy Sheriff W S Drve ob wounds Pines he was inalso wounded at uage her grief occasioned by the loss rung in some professionals, but never- personal popularity, Hughes and Mrs Hughes. Mr Hughes tamed a clew and went to work on the Seven I'rof. and Mr C)rus Johnson and theless our boys and the Middlcburg Montgomtry one of the most promising Funeral services were held M boys held them a good game defeating young democrats in this section of honor to a hirthdav dinner ease, with the rcult that he soon "got M.inassas came to do afternoon, children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Middlcburg by .1 to 2 in favor of Col- Kentucky, and we predict for him a the goods" on I'nthcgrovc and landed at Heaumont College Sunda) for his nnllier. b) the Rev Hmi)an MeLeod Crc-- s Willie Wilkeron i at home luin with the evidence that convicted conducted Mrs. Jones L. Anderson has j'ust op- umbia Alger Weddle, Dunn Sand'dge bright future Mis W P Harvev and Robert N. Simpson. and Oliver Fads arc those who went millinery. after a pleasant stay with her sister, him Col. Smith is survived by his wife, a ened up a nice line of Birthday Celebration Mrs Forest Fitzgerald, of Danville, Miss Jennie Ray was a guest of hci from I historic ilie to fill out the nine daughter and two sons, Hon. L M. The boys from here expected to play I.amb Murrell The C W 15 M and Circle girls obD. T. Brummett. of Cast Main street, Smith. Mercer's representative in the mother, Mrs. Nannie Ray at Judson a kid team but were matched up celebrated lus 35th birthday on served Monday. Wcilncsiray and FriFelix Murr-- ll and Miss Millie Hamb, Legislature, anil Spencer Smith. He Kv mostly against bovs and men of more jimuay. me louowing guests Caster I Thompson received da) as the week of prayer Mesdamcs Mrs. were couple of Fast were i jiopiiiarWedncsdav the the home ofll was forme rl) president of Hrownsvillc, fiom MtI Vernon that her father,worn mature ages. I nima IhggmlKithatn. W A Arnold, married the present to enjoy a very elaborate dinloee at College. Weddle and son of the Danville pike ner: His father C. T. Brummett One of the handsomest young sires and George D. Robinson proved able F Lamb The bride is the attractive Tenn , aged Mr. Horace Ilaker is very ill. and jack of Dr wife and Mr. and Mrs. W. M Rex leaders for the C W II M auxiliary and accomplished daughter of II F in the show was Lee Mcseer's A play "The Ladies Masonic Lodge" bought a Mahan, King, of Somerset, piying a fancy of Lancaster, his Convicts to be Worked on Farm adrapid!) making a reO'Darc, which is Mam thrifts Lancastenaiis took will be "given here some time in May I aiub wlitl the groom is the son of price for them. will make the Mr S. W. and Missbrother and niece, Under the authority granted bv the putation and is being nicely handled h) vantage of some of the recent spring H I Murrell Lucile Brummett, This young couple recent Legislature the State Prison it will be put on by some of the ladies nresent season at He their residence ins young owner remark, planted their garden hive a of Corbm and Dr. and Mrs. M like weather and of Preachersville, who display of friends and relatives D. mile north of Hustonville. Lcs Moan, the popular and hustling seed weather tnav who wih them much joy and happiness Commisison this week leased the farm able histrionic talent for amateurs. It The changeable Early of the city A most delightful of Mrs Gilbert Mastin. two miles from i a verv humorous play and funny young liftrscuun, of the lluhhlc fiction, cause them to regret their haste. day was spent. The crowning feature the pturnev of life Frankfort, to be used two )car as. Irom start to finish The proceeds will bid a mighty nice looking youngster of the day was the bounteous noon-daFinishing Fine Depot at Rowland bv All Peavme. which he calls Rcxall the farm for the Kentucky Reformafeast. be used to put walks down at our A Remarkable Sunday School Fiti Says Beckham Will Sweep State Lincoln county wilt soon be able to a king tory. The consideration of $.1,000 school. A reasonable admisoption boast of two of the finest railroad From Winchester Sun) Ihe government stallion Hamilton s i Small beginnings often make large vear The commission took an Who Were The Election Officers? sion tee will he charged and ever) body Chief, which is in chirgi of Felix W S Fitigerahl. for three terms ending. In the vear 1855 the inerican on the farm of 460 acres at $80 an will help out the good ladies in the stations of anv countv in the state, not The to have a big city within it. The Louis-ill- " Snow contested election case of Arch likely purchase U at the undcrtakm?. and former Siiudav School Unions orgaimed a acre, aud will White, was also brought m b) that jailer of Iloylc counts den. Democrat, against L. T & Nashville railroad company. is He is a fine looking ani- lirtsidtnt of the Kentucky Jailers Assn gentleman simll Sundav school in a remote conn-t- v cud of two years. The farm is conMiss Xul.i N.i)lor received quite a Flannery, Republican, for Sheriff, now veniently located for the penitentiary, jar wnen a naiiiiisicr on inc punn itn just completing at Rowland, one mile being tried before special Judge splendidly bred mal and The school has met cution, is in Winchester on business in Kentucky D. Perhaps the largest horse on exhibi- anil brings with bun sonic interesting continuously everv Sabbath except for aud will eventually become the site of under her weight Luckily no bones east of Stanford, one of the handsomest Gardner at BcattyviHe, Lee county, W. this little stations ever built by a rail- week, Additional land were broken was tlosscatt, a gray rercheroii, political news in regard to the Sena- a hort period during the civil war. It a new reformatory. tion created intense excitement in the in the state. The building is which is being stood b) U - llerry, torial race Mr Fitigerahl. who has is located, nianv miles from anv rail- will be purchased, for it Is probable Miss Sarah Lou Lunsford. of Stan- road court room Tuesday night when, on a This is a fine be en in 65 counties of the State with- road this side of Ilustouvillc From its orgatiizition to the that contract labor at the prisons in ford, visited her brother, Mr, and Mrs about the size of Stanford's new depot recount of the ballots in New Virginia which was completed about a year ago big annual and the Percherons arc be- in the last b0 days, declares that if a present tune about 000 scholars have this state will he alxiFshcd in a lolui Lunsford on Dick's river the freight department as and Sturgeon precints a change" of Highlands railThe ing sought after more and more each vote were taken tixla) Gov Hcckham been enrolled, so that the average atRev Morgan, of Crab Orchard, but containspassenger accommodations, fifty votes in favor of Snowdeii ocyear for the breeding of mule marcs would get the nomination with more tendance Ins not been lar.e From road liaises through the Mastin farm preached at the Methodist church Sat well as curred. and the Kentucky river flow by it, so urda) night and Minna)' ami Minnay which makes it so large. Rowland is J V Williams had on exhibition the votes than both of lus opiontnu. d this little Sunday scluxit in the the largest cattle shipping point in the b) the nver and niL'ht black" I'errheron Saiutison, owned by I'. Mr FitRrald has met leading citi there have gone stven ministers tint Henry McElroy For Congress and being at the junction of the d llicklrv. of Danville, and which is ens in everv count) where he has of the gospel, one missionary of the railroad tiiroiiglnut the year is cerMr Roscoe Colyer lia returned Irom Fourth district officials at the Capi-tdivisions, is more K. one of the handsomest of the bit; stal betn and declares that Gov. lUckham merican Siiudav School Union, one tain. Warden Wells expects to save the burial of his father. Judge P. G. Knoxville and its C. are expecting the announcement of important than size would seem to lions to be found ail) where Although has tilings lus own way In estimating candidate for Vice President of the the state $50,000 in two )ears as a Coher. who died at Somerset. Deceas- indicate. H. C. McF.Iroy, of Lebanon. County four )cars old, he has already made the strength of Mr Stanley, the IloyJc United States, one Lieutenant Goverof the lease of th- - farm, and feels ed formerly lived near here Attorney of Marion, as a candidate for a splendid record and is briiiK much count) man said the Second District nor1 of Kentucky, seventy-tw- o school that le can save enoujjh m five years Dewey Croushorn. of Sugar Creek, the Democratic nomination for Con.sought after bv the farmers who want Congressman "had shot Ins wad." Mr teachers, thirteen merchants, ten law. to bti) aud equip the farm. visittd at Mason Holtzclaw's gress in opposition to Congressman Veteran Dies at Bradfordsvllle to breed the lug mules FiURcrald comes from the count) thai veis. thirlc'il practicing physician- - In Hen Johnson. Mr. McElroy, it is said C M Hack, of Ilustouvillc, was in suit Fph Lilian! one of the democrats their youth, 200 scholars in the school J T, Wilcher. aged 73, died very Play at Crab Orchard , Two Young Couples Wed suddenly at lus home at Bradfordsville, has been sounding the situation with town and announced that he will stand that voted for Sinator llrailley to the united' with the church, and no person Win llaslin. a voung farmer of JO "Noel Carson's last vveik of heart failure. He was a a view of getting in the race. Frank-fo- it The play entitled this season. The Wat field, formerly Legislature "We feel disgraced.' he connected with this Sunday school has years and Miss Pearl Zctta oung, Journal Oath." will be given at Crab Orchard. veteran of the Civil War, belonging to owned liy h. M Owens, of McKiuuey, said, "that such a man went out from ever been convicted of an) crime. Some oiilv 15, were united in marriage at the pril 17, by the Crab Orchard Chris- Co. I 10th Ky, Infantry, and on acami which is one of the best bred I'.rivlc (omit) who receive their moral training here courthouse last week bv Judge Ilatley ing the program: To have a fine healthy complexion stallions m this part (if the state Mr The tian church Follow Mrs.is Fairmont. Ar- count ol the loss of an arm was draw"A stain was placed on the Demo- now occupv inqMirtant jMisitious m oth- in his ino't approved ceremony ot .ct I Home llareourt, Leona Dar-re- ll ing pension of ?55 a month The the liver must be active, the liowcls Hack's advertisemut of this fine ani- cratic partv thai can nevtr be erased er states, in colleges, banks ami as young people had permission of their of Leslie mal wilt appear m Friday's paper services were conducted by El- regular and the blood pure .All this is except b) the cliction of Mr Hcckham successful business men patents before securing, license from rival The Adventuress, Noel Carson's funeral R I Moorman at the Christian brought alwut by using HFRHINI K ltaughmau, if Ilustouvillc, alIt der I. to the Misitioii vv4iich should already Clerk Ccwper Oatli Mike and Jonathan "Drugs the thoroughly scours the liver, stomach Ryso stated that he will stand his two have been lus b) right" Chester Ilrown, 2i aud Miss Lillie Wine" Leslie Harcourt, you are in my church, and the interment was in Ryan Commandery Elects Officers He was and bowels, puts the body in fine con der cemetery at Lebanon Un stallions Fundi and WaUmait liof Morgan, 18, also secured wedding power at last. At annual election of officers His first wife, who was dition and restores that clear pink and for this season These are great horses twice married cense here last week and were united plavs ghost Jonathan Miss. Mary I drmgton, of Taylor coun- white complexion so much desired by of Act II Mike Rvan Commander), at Danville, Is Making Fine Record from which to breed mule mares and holy bonds the home parts with a five. The arrest of Leslie which a number of Lincoln county Ma. in uiatrunonv's on the 10th.at Sold by Shugars ty, died many years ago About two ladies. Price 50c Green Clay Walker, County Attorit is hard to find two better ones following were of Wm. Martin Harcourt. .Harry Wesley rescues his years since he was united in marriage drug store, Stanford, Lyue Bros, Crab sons are members, the ney ol Garrard, was in Stanford Monfriend Foiled again also day on business ami shaking hands selected I. M. Nichols, F.imueut Corn to Mrs Hettie Dunn, of Piradfordsville Orchard Will Moore of Danville, was i Kentucky Streams to be Stocked Leslie and Ora. Lovers. Generalisct III . McRohcrts, survives. here with announcements of a fine with lus in my friends here Mr Wal- maudcr, G Ten million fish of the game vane Mike is kilt entirely. Murder of. Ar- who daughter, He is also survived b) which will sfind and ker is making life hard for the law simo, O it Fallts, Captain of Guard; Mrs. Tucker Rradshaw. trotting stallion one News of the Churches ma lien will be sent to Kentucky Leslie must be accused of Garrard county and is W II Thurmond. Senior Warden; II special consignment, April 15, by the- - thur Ilrendon breakers which wilt appear later In the 1 I. J T. Cliasteeu will prVach at the W ....., iiinwii. '11... n- - ot the murder Deceived again She is stallion which attracted as mucn making a record in office of winch his L Nichols. Junior Warden; F A I.....I Mason's Gap church next Sunday. Bankers Held Meetiijg Here otiHi Pope, Prelate, W G Dunlap. Trcasur-cr- ; L'lHCll ofoi.liesfish will be sent uiv stock my promised wife. attention as anv was R S. Scuddei's many friends are proud. The ladies of the Christian church to the jorit) Acl IV" Leona hears the confession A committee of the Hankers' AssociaW H. Carter. Recorder. J R great pon) Sheik, with which Mr. ar- - invited to meet with the Ladies The mountains streams of love Nool and Mike If she loves Slate tion of the Eighth and Eleventh Standard Hearer; J T lluguel), arc to streams Scudder has won more blues than an) Aid Society at Mrs. M B Sahn's Satwell taken care Lose and Gain a Baby him v held a incc'ing last Jr, Sword Hearer; J A Davis, Ward- of, for be partitularl) game fish thrive him, so help me Heaven, I will kill .atother pony exhibitor in this part of urdav afternoon at 2 30 o'clock. Subin these the Mr and Mrs Richard Austin, south er; S D Leona'a confession Noel Carson evening and Saturdav an Pelt. Tyler Waller ject for discussion is "Christian Work." the site and in the fastest company, especially well lacal fishermen want tempts to kill Leslie. Leona receives Bennett, of the Bank of Madison, of too. Morgan Smith Uaushmau had one of MeKinney. lost a little and The Mission Stud) Class of the to get some of these for Dix river daughter last Frida) afternoon and Ihe arrest of Carson the blow Richmond, J, W Llmore, of Garrard of his fine little Shetland stallions in Old Curiosity Shop Man Dead several laree ponds in this county. Death of Leona Leslie vindi- Bank & Trust Co. of Lancaster. J A. Haptist church will meet with Mrs. the same evening a heby daughter was Fish, of Crab the show and lvon Shelton Sauflev Friday afternoon a' of three months Following an illntss cated Quuisenbcrr), of Tho Citizens' Hank of two o'clock, and the Ladies' Aid Sohad another, both of which lioni to them. Although overwhelmed The four gunmen, who killed the with grief over the death of the oth- Johe Routcn, 44 years of age. died at Cast of Characters Danville, J G Reese, of lu State ciety at three the same afternoon. looked mighty good City He was well known in gambler, Rosenthal in New York, were Leslie Harcourt Claud Thompson; Hank, of I'meville. Jame Dow Hug of F. Stewart, of near Junction City, er little daughter, Mrs. Austin is do- Junction M. T he ladies of the Baptist church nethaving for a time conduct, electrocuted earl) Monday mommy at Noel Carson Herbert that section, Mike the First National Bank, of Corbm, Hell: haij a f'"c' "'K 1,lack ,,rcerol, on cx" ing - as well as can be expected and the td ihe store ill Junction Citv known as ted aliout $1.00 for their organ fund Sing Sing new- little daughter is apparently doin Sparrow Hragg Tliompsouj Jonathan and Mr Jones of the Monticcllo liibition. Kvery-nn- e with their dinner court day He was a fine the "Curiosity Shop" fine. Raven Thomas II Hronaugh; Harry bankers present the i enjoyed the splendid meal that they mechanic, in fact, a born genius, and y NOTICE TO BIDDERS Wesley Robert Collier; Officer Ilrown The date of the next meeting will Look to Ynur Plumbing set. at oik tunc a valuable man in his town William G Holiuan: Leona Darrell be alout May 2J. The County Hoard of Ldueation, of Cure for Rheumatism Found You know what happens in a house and community Mrs Daisy Hunt; Ora Fairmont-M- iss Lincoln count) will, until the first ulumhing Is hi poor con "I suffered with rheumatism for two A piudent mother is always on the .,i uiiioh the Clara C'dlifr; Mrs. Fairmon- teverybody in the house is lia- years and could not get my right baud dizziness watch for symptoms of worms in her dition Had breath, bitter tiste, Farmers and others who live at a Monda) in Ma). P)14, receive scaled Mrs W D New land some other to my mouth for that length of time." distance from a drug store should keep bids for the construction of a two- Paleness, lack of intcres in ble to contract typhoid or and a general "no account" feeling is children - plav. and peevishii'ss is the signal for The digestive organs perform writes Lee L. Chapman, Maplclon, la. in the bouse a bottle of HALLARD'S room school house at McKiiincy, h) . fever For the stomach and Imwel disorders a sure sign of a torind liver. IIURhuman body "J suffered terrible pain so I could SNOW LINIMENT It may be need-e- d the same (unction in the lilNil is the medicine needed It makes WHITIVS CRl'AM VF.RMIFUGF.. A and specifications caiiahc seen ..f huhies McGFF.'S H MY ELIXIR is tbc liver active, vitalises the blood, re. few doses of this excellent remedy nuts ' n'Kt. V'je as the plumbing does for the house, andn not sleep Iorbegan si'1' a Chamberlain s at any time for cuts, wounds, sores Plans of genuine merit. It acts nittfita llij liivi,1 9i.it rtctnrec a fine an end to the worms and the child soon i Sinusing year ago he kept In first class is a power- at Ihe office of they should sprains or rheumatism. It unicktv is pure, wholesome and pleasStanford, or byaUing on ant lo take Price 25 and 50 cents per frehui' of energy and clivrtuJiiess. acts naturally, rrtce tic per.lhottie. i euieely all the time. If jou have any Liniment and in two months I was and penetrating ...... 1. - ,.,;iii .our ,1nrtitnii take Cham- - well and have not suffered with rhett- - ful healing50c and $1 00 per bottle. Sold gleton in . April lottle. Sold by Shugars drug Ilustouvillc. Price 50c. Sold by Shugars' drug store Sold by Shugars drug store, Stanford, Price ?5e, F. f lor sale uy all eteat- - by Shiuars' drug store, Stanford, Lyue M 1914.North, M.at Landgraf. SeC'y."2S-- 3 bcrlain's Tablets and von are certain . nut ism. since, L)ie Bros,, Crab Orchard. Stanford, Lytic Bros, Crab Orchard Lyue Bros, Crab Orchard. W. 6th to get quick relief, for sale by all ' crs. llros, Crab Orchard. dealers. 100-acre, LANCASTER Rev S. II. I'ollitt has iMiught a lot at Wilniorc and expects to nuihl a residence at an early elate. The Circle dirls held a candy and cake sale Saturday at the Central Record office Hon Charles Fox, of Danville and Mcl.ord, of Coliunbin, O, I'rof arc guests of Rev J Rockwell Smith and Mrs Smith Ihe last meeting of the Clntltaucpia Circle, was held at the hospitable home The class had of Mrs II l; Hudson under discussion "The l'nilcrl)iiiK Idea of I. volution" Misi Fannie May Miles, of Louisville, and Lillard Miles, of Nicholas-vtllare here at the bedside of their father, Mr A C Miles, who is quite MISS CORA SINGELTON WINS LINCOLN FARMS CHANGE HANDS Two More Hustling Germans Here From Wisconsin TRANSYLVANIA PRESBYTERY Congressman Helm Appoint Her Postmistress at Waynesburg County Judge James I'. Haitcy on Monday received a telegram front Congressman Harvey Helm that he lias secured the appointment of Miss Cora Singleton as ostmistress at Waynes-burm the southern part of this county. Miss Singleton is the attractive laughter of W R. Singleton, one of the leading democrats of that part of the count), and is well qualified for the Hisitton, having been a teacher for a number of years She has also been at the I J 's capable correspondent Wavnrsburir some tune, and will be li. iriil. ri.mir.iiol.-iiri-t hv her fronds, It is rumored that Theodore S Key Deputy nolds formerly the efficient heriff will be her deputy in the office there bitter fight was made for the W.i)iiisburK postnfficc, the other two on the civil service eligible list have mg been R iscoe Whecldon and Virgil McMullm, and the friends of each made a hard fight for them. i'cws lias also been received from Wasiungtoii that Dr J. II. Acton has been appointed postmaster at Kuhank, lust over the Lincoln line in I'ulas-k- i Dr cton is a leading dcuiocrat of that section and the appointment Kill be a Kpular one Come Meets The . Presbyterian With Stanford Church This Week FOLLOWED HUSBAND QUICKLY HUSTONVILLE Jas. II Wood and family, Logan Mrs. LUette Cumi Passes Away Soon were Hubble and wife of Stanford, After His Death Last Week visitors Sunday at Mr. and Mrs.Em-mc- tt McCormack's. Heeding the parting injunction of her husband, not to linger long behind", Mrs. Lisettc Sumi, whose husmaml m-a- Two hustling German farmers from Wisconsin, near the former home of Ilriino Miller, who came to Lincoln county from that state several )cars ago, have moved to Lincoln recently and bought farms in the southeast section of the county near Ottawa Conc farm rad Hatic purchased the of Olhc Mocs. for f 1,000 and has takLcchbctcli, en possession and Joe Imimht the (i acre farm of loseuh AM j for an.l has taken possession Like Mr Miller, thev arc substantial and thrifty farmers and make good citiicns of run commiinitv I John Leslie Smith, of Jessamine county Ins bounght of Jas Griffey the Howard farm of HO acres in the south Mr Smith cm part of Lincoln count) riant SUM for the tilacc. trading in a Lexington as $1,000 house and lot in and putting up the Inlaiicc m cash Dr J C Morehcad, of I'ubank. ohl lus farm that is located in the southern part of this county, for $i8 This is a an aero prtcc for farming land in that part of The purchaser was Matt the count) Wells, a young man. who lias been in the cmplov of the railroad compam as foreman of a construction crew '! At the opening service, Rev. J G. of Louisville, will preach On Wednesday at 1030 A M, there will be an address by Prof. C G Crooks, of Danville, on "The Need of I'.vangc-listi- c Work in Our Part of the spur" On Wednesday night there will be an address bv Rev I A Trostlc. who has ninr to take up evangelistic work in l'rcsb)tcry of Transvlvanla There will be a three reel picture i. i'rcsli)teriati clmrcli will meet tills ev- show at the opera house Wednesday ening in the Stanford church at 7 30. night. . Francis Wcatlicrtord ni m J 1 record-breakin- g 1 ln, high-clas- three-year-ol- ' ll s s st nt ss well-know- n e. much-be-lovt- ld ht one-ha- lf y Con-olidit- s ky Inck-woo- ol i aii)-whe- .- Has-eldc- n. Dis-trn- ts F'l-da- u;riu ld For-giv- Or-cha- Hank-wer- e rro-habl- con-ditio- store.-Stanford- A" ' i th uM um'h;ritkm V TMK INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KINTVCKY TUESDAY, T APRIL 14, 1014 A '"irfweV r r-- Tbc Interior JowmI r ) Preserve Your Property Y MMKLTON M. BAUFLKY Proprietor SI A TEAB HTltlinLT IN ADVANCE uiina kVDmiTIiI'i H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand That Htni tttil RtltTti l mill mtlr. peiHffitt el Sfltri 1 Women's Low Shoes The weatherman reports that we are to have a week of sunshine and a pretty Spring. That, of course, calls for new hat. new dresses and a pair of our new low shoes. foot in them; we want you to see how they fit the instep; how our pumps hug the side of the foot. We are sure we can fit your foot-- we believe we can please you. Anyway, we want you to see them. They are all black-g- un metal, dull kid, patent leather, vici and satin, in pumps, straps and button oxfords, at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. Ml Serif" pnt A capacity and durability. There M no guew work about its quality. Read the formula on every can. This forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains m perfect condition for many years, k retains its color too. It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap,infenor grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask of yoir dealer about its quality and for names users. Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Uned Oil Paint of great covering power, preadg HO m If PJPJPJHJ ON SALE Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 'IT Judge Stout Compllmentt Legislature Circuit Jiiiltje Robert L. Stout, of the Franklin County district, in which Frankfort i located, iIocmi'i take the same view of the late, deceased and unlamentcd legislature that many of among the the more gifted ctitic newspaper fraternity do. Judge Stout was was on the ground a great part of the session and knows whereof he During the course of his Micaks. charge to the grand jury at Frankfort this week, he took occasion to say that this is the first session of the Wank, fort Circuit Court following a session uf the General Assrtiility siiKe 1905 that the Franklin county grand jury has not been called upon to investigate charges of bribery, lobbying or atHe tempted bribery and corruption. said he had not heard a word of scanpaid dal about the Assembly, and he the membership a high compliment. "While many newspapers in the State have been criticising the members for what the Assembly did or failed to do, its record shows it to have been composed of independent men, and it is a pleasure for me a prrsiding officer of this court to pay them the tribute of sa)ing that they left no trace of corruption in their wake." vc made to the good work done by the members from the counties in the eighth a congressional district in the recent We want you women to see them; we want you to put your H. J. McROBERTS GREEN RIVER John Power and wife have sold their place and store to C C Terry and arc going to lcac, muchvto the regret of their many friends. Mr. Bruce Daiighcrty and wife arc rejoicing over the arrival of a little son in their home. Born, to the wife of Mr. John Miracle a handsome little girl, named Leonora. Born, to Mrs, Dje, a hoy-MJames Scarborough and wife arc visiting Mrs. Anna Koakes. Little James Scarborough, of Highland, spent the day with his little cousin Ida Ethel Hooker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Daiighcrty spent Saturday night with Mrs. Annie Hooker at Mason's Gap. and Johnnie Mr. Grovcr Miracle Miracle, have gone to Bell county to work, much to the regret of their friends. Mr. George Redinon spent the da Sunday with his aunt and sister at Mason's Gap. Miss Florence Bush and brother, visited their aunt, Mrs. Jamie War-fiel- d Saturday night. Miss Grade True has been staying r. Several papers fl r N CROSSETT SHOE JEo Imc copied reference BRODHEAD Mr and Mrs. A. E. Albright. Mrs. I W. Tate, Miss Ella Carson. Dr W K. Gravely, A. M. H'alt. and John Robins were in Louisville lat week i Mr and Mrs. Sigman arc with licr parents. Mr and Mr. Willir Ailam in the Hiatt section. Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were visaing in the Hiatt section last Sunday. Frank Brook, who is working in Harlan, was here last week. V. II. Cass was at home from Har-an- l a few days last week. W. II. L)tich, ot Mien, Ky, was in town last week, and while here made arrangements to have some repairing done on his Main street property. Win. Hall, ol Creccii, Ky., was in town last week. Mrs. W. D. Cottcngim and little son, Estill, returned from a few das visit to relatives in Pine Hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry, of Crab Orchard, were here last week to see Mr. Chcrr's sister, Mrs. Granville Owens, who is very sic. Mrs. Daisy Hunt was here from Crab Orchard Friday between trains. railroad Given Orsoii assistant agent, was quite sick for a few days last , yi "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" shoes use up nervous force, even when your feet are at rest. In repose, at In action, every mutcle of your foot it at perfect eat In the CROSSETT Shoe. In naming over the memlegislature. overlooked bers., we inadvertently mentioning Hon. 11. L. Cox, representative from Anderson county, who was one of the most conscientious men in the lower house and generally voted right. He had a prominent part in upholding the honor of the old Eighth and made a fine record. Drummers are giving Danville Hail Columbia for not rebuilding the House or some other hotel to take its place. To get a square meal in Little Ilritain now, one has to go to the workhouse where the keeper is setting a first class dinner for outsiders as well as his rcculai "boarders' Gil-ch- cr Welch's "ZTAm JVational Zvin&" WHY not follow Secretary Bryan's example The and serve your guests with WELCH'S Some society folk have just discovered grape uice but many of our customers have long knwon y experience what a splendid drink WELCH'S makes, whether served plain, with charged water, in lemonade or in the famous WELCH punch. We have WELCH'S, The National Drink, e in Quarts, Pints and in the individual bottles. Four-ounc- National Drink? kWbfcKs I i V SOLD 7X EVERY TOWN $4 and 5$ The fact that Hearst and his jellow papers are bitterly attacking the president for his position on the Panama Canal tolls repeal is enough to make all thinking people line up with the president, were there no other reasons. Prospective Candidates for Governor The Kentucky political correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer had this to say of prospective democratic candidates for governor: A close friend and neighbor of Commissioner J. V. Newman, this week, said to the writer: "Newman is certain to be a candidate for Governor, he will run, whether there be one or twenty aspirants for the Democratic nomination. He believes he is going to win it." A resident of Washington county said that Judge Ike Thurman, of Springfield! will not enter the contest. State Auditor Hen-r- v M. Bosworth this week declared that he does not want to make the race for Governor and Mrs. Bosworth has expressed opposition to his doing so. Attorney General Garnett said last Saturday that he has not decided in the matter of the race for the gubernatorial nomination. While Lieutenant McDermott is still noncommittal on the subject, his friends say that he will make the race and they are guessing it will narrow down to two. Gov-ernor Phone 2, Peony's Drag Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY vv cek. ROBINSON'S STANFORD, I- KENTUCKY Mansemi-weekl- y, - 2t r Statement of the Ownership agement, Ete. HfcKaafBSjMV of Interior Journal, published at Stanford, Ky., required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Circulation, Name of editor, managing editor, business manager, publisher, owner Shelton Saufley, Stanford, Ky. Known bondholder, mortgages, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities. E. C Walton, Orlando, Fla., Shelton Saufley Sworn to and subscribed before me ', j 'vRKHM0HO.I A Tratalar pcfcool for Teachers V L Publisher. pnetlr...kMl.4qiutBMtrwrtnniJ. v.ll.!n4 paniln. feaMMI. ("'"'e1""'WMI. I tn. IC.." l;Jllr! It, T. rnniTrralprllT, CtUterM rrM. OlllBBB, PmliCHt. mhtrUt, r iJl Onnm. TatUM rrw t A p. latwl. atvMaMllnUlacMUhi IsteTtudlal isd L1A Bui C. T.1M la Ul rUk UlettM. bpmai etotJ. r amiciT. d .1,11. IM.I W '"'""7 " J" this 2nd day of April. 1914, W. M. Bright, notary public (My commission Good pictures at the opera house expires Jan. 9, 1916.) Friday and Saturday nights. HOP HOP IE last few das. Mr. Ernest Durham and wife have moved to McKinney. Mrs. Rosa Brandenburg and two little daughters, spent the evening with Mrs. Bruce Daugherty Friday. Mrs. Wallace Farmer was here from Stanford Sunday evening. Mr. Will Irvine and family have Scarborough's moved on Mr James place. Don't know who is going to move into the place he has just vacated. All enjoyed the debate at Jumbo Bowen Tuesday night and a large crowd atFrank Fox, son of leg G. Fox, who sustained a broken by the kick of a mule some das ago, tended. Mr. Bruce Daugherty and family are has been forced to have the limb going to move to Mr, Oscar James' and set again. place today, near Ma) wood, much to the regret of their many friends and relatives. Coup.h Medicine for Children V. R. Brown, of Louisville, was visiting Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Elder last week, and while here sold a small tract of land, in the Ottawa section to Wade Proctor for $300. Mr Proctor who has been in Louisville for some time returned here a few das ago, and will move his family to the property he bought from Mr. Brown. Prof. T. H.Likins was in Mt. Vernon and Crab Orchard Saturday. J. W. Kincer was at home from Cin cinnati last week where he is working in the R. P. O. Terminal. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Alice Albright returned from Richmond, a few dax ago, where she has been attending the Eastern Kentucky State Normal. Rev. Edgar Allen filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. Joe Smith, of Lebanon Junction, stopped over night here Saturday. It looks a little suspicious when widowers come to l town that has a.s many good looking widows in it as has Brod-head. tt Opportunity ac- coming by opening an count seeks the man with ready Prepare for his money. a at this strong Bank." t Condensed Report of TODAY Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, March 4, 1914 Honor Roll Bank RESOURCES: LIABILITIES: Capital Surplus and Profits Bills Payable Deposits - STOP CATARRH Tuo much care cannot be used in selecting a cough medicine for children It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance andbe most efCough RemChamberlain's fectual. edy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of 'young children everywhere For sale by alt dealers. Use Hyomei You Breathe It j U Join Order of Owls I vf 4. i. . See Dr. J. T. Hammonds, who represents the Order in Lincoln county, and enlist in the r i !ir I I T Danville Nest of the Order of Owls This is the Great Fraternal, Insurance and Social organization. r Unless properly treated this disease oftcit leads to a serious if not fatal ailment. It is needless to allow catarrh to ruin jour health use Hvoinci it is certainly effective relict (or catarrh ills. It's the treatment, u breathe it no stomach dosPARKSVILLE ing. ..'o household should be without Dr. Harry Minor and wife, of Louisville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iljomei, It not only gives quick and lasting benefit in cases of catarrh but H. O. Cozatt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bourne were is one of the surest and most pleasant recent guests of Mrs. Bourne's parents, treatments for head colds, sniffles, or Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Spires. S. T. Hancock and wife, of Casey croup of children. Hjomei is a combination of antisep county, were the week-enguests of their sons. Samuel and Jesse Hancock. tic oils jou breathe it using a small who reside on the farm bouKht of W. ;,,i,ot,.r The air laden with health-r- e i i, .May. George L. Potts and Clarence Bris I storing Hyomei soothes, heals and vicoc each had a registered jennet to ' talizes the sore, raw and inflamed foal a jack colt recently. The former membrane of the breathing organs alsired by Rex Napoleon, the latter sired most immediately. There 5s no other by Colussti. remedy that benefits so surely or so John A. Bower of Paris, spent Sun- - ' Money refunded by G. L. day night with his parents, Mr. and quickly. Mrs. I. M. Bower. Mr. Bovver stands Penny, if you are not satisfied. next to the superintendent on the K. C. ! Do not be without Hyomei another Division of the L. & N. H. R. and is day. Druggists everywhere sell it. Get one of the most capable and deserving the complete! outfit $1.00 size this joung men in its service. Kusscll, the little child of Mr. and contains the inhaler ami bottle of Mrs. J, L. Preston, was taken to Har-- , liquid. rodsburg last week, where a surgeon removed a small growth from the eye. Million Dollar Tbief Must Stay in Misses Myrtle and Clco Brown, who have been ttudents at the State NorHolding that the five terms of three mal School in Richmond have returnyears each imposed upon August Kopke ed. They both made fine records, as of Louisville, the $1,500,000 convict in shown by their grades on examination. the Kentucky Reformatory, are conse Neither of them graded lower than G cutive, the Prison Commission rcfus- on any study. This means a mark of . ed to parole Kopke. The opinion was 81 to 90, while in history, in a class of prepared for the board by Assistant alnnit seventy, both their note books Attorney-GenerCharles Morris Kopke were retained for an exhibition which was a banker, and had 1111 more reals held in May. where the highest son to expect a parole than an ordinary grade work is shown. chicken thief. direct-to-thc-spd I 28-3al - $358,484.97 Loans U.S. and Lincoln County Bonds 132,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures - 6,500.00 Due from Banks Cash - - - - 31,225.23 $100,000.00 107,639.01 100,000.00 NONE 221,071.19 Mi $528,710.20 $528,710.20 .- i rami n rniiNTV natimiai da wit Stanford, Ky. -, coUhou, I See Our Display of Easter Goods The styles we are showing in Oxfords are the best sellers of the season Baby Dolls, Strap, Pump, Button and English, in Tan, Gun Metal, Patent Leather and White. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. "PILE OF STYLE" CLOTHING FOR MEN The KM Tkat Look Well'aid Wear Well. COME IN AND TRY THEM ON. SUITS FROM $10 TO $20 Rf Local Nest, Order of Owls, pay tick and accident benefits of $6 per week. 2nd Local Nest, Order of Owls pay $100 Heath benefits. 3rd Local Nest, Order of Owls, furnishes free physician for yon and your family. 4th Order of Owls furnishes a home for orphan children tn case of necessity. 5th Order of Owls pensions Us widows 110 per month, 6th Order of Owls will help you get a position when you are out of emnl'ment, 7th Order of Owls will help you in your business. They trade with each other. Sth Older of Owls furnishes you social advantages. Wh The dues are 50c a month, no extra asjeismtnts. 10th After the closing of the charter the initiation fee will be $25. 11th You do not have to take initiation if you join now and the total cost is ouly $5. 1st PROSPECTIVE BENEFITS - W. E. PERKINS, Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have aude Ma nana famous aH over the , UnJu4 States and Caa4. CnaengnJ l Roots, Harks, Barks and Berries. Far treatment of Huaaaa Diseases. funky Indian Herbe-- 4J Days' Treatment. 1.0 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment U Dakota Jack's Creole Soap. Price 18. 3 bar 2(e All on alx at "HI tart, Itufiri. Ky. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. .4 J. L. Beazley & Co., m H ' eft JOIN NOW! i& INITIATION FEE $5.00. C. THOMAS, Organizer. ,. ,..-- DTtfoSTeJc,,c WMUyTHOM P i' UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealer ia FiKRKwn turt ' H AJdreaai Atlaata, Ga. Ex.! Of Madbif, f$r Ri$. ai FwrM- - Klmk KY. it J. C M'CIiry H1 sH"l . PHtfiE 42 UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMCR ilk, MUM 117. HM PMt 81 ITANF0RD, KENTUCKY. STANF0M. u '( f" THK lWTtmOK JOUHWAb gTAWTOKD, KIJtTBCKT. TUESDAY, APRIL M, 1914 :m Mf WOfKS m WDNPClrJ TK ALLEN'S SAVES DAUGHTER Advice FOOT-EAS- E riif.Vnllnf pile liw. If r hVrn Into (hmh'M-- s m- Th stMirtard lor Hie Feet for tuurlcr now sssssssssssssssjrenturr. .Miirumrnii.I'RKIU Tr1-- ., . "tvffrwherr., JSe, Simplf. V, ... ., a .! t t jBHctfjr Man wko ef Mother ae Dealt Pre-vea- ti pt th EEa In rEET. Daughter'! UatiBKiy Eati. r4 :'l k 5 There's Always Something Around me nuusc mai iiceas iteiinisning Am old piece of furniture you hate to part with, worn floora or acratched doors, and at you look about jtM'Ht4 iaflalte wet for Pee Gee TMa comM4 Stain anal VaroMi U made for beautifying your wood. Ob ! You can eaailjr apply It on any klad efraflniablng. CMC anything RE-NU-LAC. I wriu weadiri oa Try Pea Goo that needa to-da- y, It'ata-xpena- lv and aaattrea beat raautta always. PttGtt RB'NU'LAC com M 11 Natvroi Wood colors, WMk, CoU and Sltvtr EnamtL PEASLEE-GAULBER- T Manufacture CO., Incorporated Ky. Loulaville, Ilev Stanfofd Driif Co., Stanford. Ky. g 0. B. PRUITT, MORELAND, KY. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Miss Florence Carter is able l be out after several iljjd' illness Mrs. I'atlic nll. of L.inc.iMcr. it visiting licr sister, Mr. Charlotte Warren. Mrs. M.iry V. Derr, is the guest u( lirr son, Edward Derr at llarrodMnirg Mr J ( Osborne .f knuxwllc. it the guest of her mothir. Mrs Charlotte Warren. There will lie no pra.nr muting service at llaptitl chuich on Wrdmsdav evening 15lh. James Ihompsou, of Ml. Vernon, was tlic guest n! U It Hughes Saturda) and StiniU) I'attie l'erkms went to Ml (Mi criion Saturda) to see her siMcr. Mr. W C Meltec Mrs. II. F Rout hat returned Ikhhc after a isit to her son, Rcvrrlc) Rout anil wife at l.outvillr Mr. ami Mrs. Coulter White, of Morelanil, arc rejoicing ocr the am-a- l of a ten jound k Miss l.illie La), of near rurncrsville, has returned lnmc after a isit to Mrs Cirnce Mirk at Somerset Mrs. ,1. F, NcigliWs. of Livingston, lias returned home after a visit in her sister, Mrs V K Warner Joseph Hopper, of Danville, is here spending his vacation with his riKthrr, Mrs. Kitlic Hopper Wearen IIukIics and Misses William of Memphis, Tmn spent Sunday with Ills inollirf, Kr lyija HtvllCS. Mr. and Mrs Logan McCall wen the guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs J. I. McCall at Marrtsburg Sunday. Mrs. S. A Keith, of Mas suite re turned home Monday, after a isit to hrr father, N W Fowlc and family Miss Ophelia Lackey, of Crah Orchard, who lias beci here the guest of re. latives and friends, has returned home. Mr and Mrs. J II Hustle, out on Route No. I, who have heen sick for several weeks with grip, are able to be nut. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagers and son. Thomas, of Richmond, were the week orter-Star, end gucjU of Mr and Mrs Robert Mrs C C. Williams, who is rapid!) Ilruce recovering from her long illness, is Mrs H. C Hurst and Mr and Mrs home vkiii Mrs, Geo Drown, is II R Davis, of Mason's Gap. were the in Louisville for the wick. Miss r.ifts of Mr. and Mrs, li l Miracle lllanche Crawford is assisting in the Snnib). postoffice during Mrs. llrown's abMr. and Mrs J n llotirne and son. sence Mt. Vernon Signal. llradlev, of l.anrastcr, were the unests Mrs. James Mcnefee, of Knowillc of their daughter, Mrs. W K. Warner ha been visiting Danville friends Sunday Miss Alcorn spent the week Lester O'llannon, who is attending end in Stanfonl with her parents. Judge State University at Lexington spent and Mr. J W Alcorn. Mis Annie Saturday with hi father. Dr W H Fvam, of Kansas City, who has been O'llannon. visiting friends in Crab Orchard, is Mr an. I Mrs John McRoherts, of again with her aunt, Mrs. James Csmplllsvilc, were here Sunday to Mrs W C. (innstead, of see Mrs, Llirabrth Higgint, who' Mill Stanford, is making a brief visit to her remains quite ill siMcr, Mrs, Amelia Smith, We are deMiss Florence Givcns and Gatewood lighted to state that ;he has entircl) Pf37lcr were the guests of Mr A O fioin an injury received in T. Smith at Danville, Sunday, and at- - ' an atiio wreck about two vears ago -I Danville Messenger tended the dedication. s, Mrs. John L Da)ton, and sweet little daughter, gncs, of Jsomcrset. are visiting relatives and friends at Mc Kinnci for a few das. Mrs J T Chastecn, of mar Turners ill'. wh. has vm confined to her bed for ctcral weeks on account of illness, is crj much unpnned. Capt J. I. II Coffey and J T of Frankfort spent Saturda) and Sun. I.i) with the home folks C K Ilrawner. of near McKinnrt. has just returned from Franklin county, where he wsitcd his aged mother who has been quite low for some lime Mrs l.taiMivr is fW sears of age Mis Jennie I linker attended the dedicator cerrmomes of the Christian church at Danville Sunda and was me guest ot .Mrs uilic Uuirmom!. while there Mr and Mrs James II Otter, of Danville, announce the engagement of iheir daughter, Marjone, to Julian K Dale. tf lamisville, the wedding to take place in the early summer J Ward Moore, of Crab Orchard, win is making one of the best men in the slate service at lakeland asvlum, was in .Stanford court da) mingling with his friends. Mr ,c J Hell ami family moved from Manfonl to Mnldlrburg firt of the week Middleliurg is to be congratulated on having this splendid family move into their midst. Case) County News. Representative, J K Mount, of Garrard count), was over trom Lancaster Monday shaking hands with hi many friends here. Mr. Mount is in the race for postmaster of Lancaster and some of his friends who are on the "inside" think mighty well of his chances. Mr. W, I' Walton went to Jacksonville today to take hrr little niece Malinda Ilusn, who has betn with her for several months to meet her invalid mother, who with her husband, Mr J R Hush, is en route from Lrxington, Ky.. to Seabreeic Orlando, Fla, RepF.m-hrj, lu.finl ForNearlyHalfaCeniury The Standard of Excellence This record alone is convincing evidence of the high quality of Maatic Paint. Every gallon is guarantied and must give absolute satisfaction. Be aure you get Mastic RinT "The Kind That Lasts" It will aavo you many a dollar, beeauso it wears longer, covcra more surface, looks better than any other paint. FIFE A,k ua for ilustrated booklet, "Homes and How tnPalntTliAm "ntn rtlnr rn. nr Write dirset ....., H.W W.W. . ., "" C to Uani. UtlfTkH., Ir. --- rtAJUC-tUHX- New Stanford Drug Stanford, Ky, Co miktr..VHU CsMSLi Boots CosaBOUBdad accordlaa; Horbs 4k a, GOD'S MEDICINES to the Original oV Xeclpea of Okarlla Wbiu-XooHarballat, for tba treatment Tba Cow-bo- y of humaa aUsaanU. Xndoraed ia tke Bible. the Thouaaada of Teatimoaiala. SOUEXOS BOf B, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Ikia Oaly. jiak your druggist, or write Vormulu ft, Hi '""Tajr MMK4MA aatara or Bw4tf aalst Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N Wttt Irtawway LwitviNe, Ktntucky Mrs T I., Willis and daughter, Miss llic of I ancaster, were the guests of Ready, Ky. " I was not nble to dr. Mrs W mi) thing-- for nearly six months," write Larson Monday. Miss Nancv eager, of the College Mrs. Laura Hralcher, of this place, "and of Music of Cincinnati, who was at was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell yott how I suffered wllh home for I aster, has returned. Miss Marv Flirabcth McKinncv. who my head, and with nervousness and came home from h'xford, O, to" spnd womanly troubles. f.asicr vacation Willi licr mother, Mrs Our family doctor told my husband Ik Ilesslc McKinney, returned this morncould not do me any Rood, and he turj ing. to Rive it up. We tried another doctor, W C Flo)d. formerly of this conn but he did not help me. ty, now a prosperous farmer of LinAt last, my mother advised me to take coln count), was here Saturda) and Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought Mouila) Inning some work mules lie It wsi no use far 1 was nearly dead s:.d says the farmers arc away behind with nothing seemed to do me any good. But their work in Lincoln count) on acI took eleven bottles, and now I am able count of the rams Somerset Journal to do all of my work and my own washing. && O & fir & & theI think Cardui is the best medicine in wotld. My weight has increased, and I look the picture of health. " HONOR ROLL OF 1 li you suffer from any of the ailments J. SUBSCRIBERS peculiar to women, get a bottle ot Cardui & The Following Have Paid Sub today. Delay is dangerous. We know ?v it will help you, for it has helped so scriptions to the I. J. Since many thousands of other weak women Last Report. 4 in the past DO years. & Q&QQ Q QQ At all druggists. Ut W ll.igin C L. Snow. U'nii is Chittinooft Mtditlr Co, Ladles' Adrtioty DB . CuftTwoesa. Term.. Isr Smtmi Rev A A Hil'kiii J t' Jones Air.,icnyoureind64 p4t book.' Home Mrs. James Mcrshon Slid (Jatts, IroiImfMlor Womin,"inpJinwrppr. MC, 133 Mrs George Logman John IJtll. J. W lllankiuship. loin llcck Mr and Mrs C D Warficld went to Herman llirkholtz J R Mount. OTTENHEIM Stanford Monday Mrs Ma) Mohley J M Newell Messrs Dugan and MiGuffcy havt The Death Angel visited the home of Mrs. Laura Price A. C Alford Mr Cuorge Busc last Thursday the hi en hauling sonic extra jnce hogs to 11 Mrs H Mitchell Alexander. second and took Mr, Busse from his Wa.vncsburg. C larencc Oilcman T M Uof)nr fjuiic a number of voung folks lovd ones. He leaves a wife and seven W C M)ers. N anhook. J. ihildnn to mourn his loss Mr Ilusse Sundav, Catholic services at Ottenheim D M Robinson. F J. Unlet.. had been in poor health for over two I. II Bustle. John F Stevenson Mr. Frank of )cars, but, his death was a shock to spent SaturdayBastin, Ins .Nelson, K) , Mrs. Alice New land II C Alltn. with parents, Mr. Ins relatives and friends and much sor Mrs Geo. Dcllordc C II Moscr. row is cNprcssnl at his taking awav and Mrs M. S Bastin. Rev J A. Trostle W A. Noakcs. Mrs D O. Ballard and daughter He was a true member of the Catholic Gei)rgc llrummett W D. Nave sburch and was laid to rest in the Bessie arc visiting Mrs. Alex Gourlcv I" c Webber A M Iliatt at Hubank. Catholic cemetery at this place 1'" F Fitzpatrick J W Cocking Mr, lame Boone's saw mill lias ic- Mr John I'oos continues vcr) low. Christ Camenisch J?kc Voting. Born, to the wife of Mr Lib Clau-u- i siuned operation after being idle for the P. K Shivel. J. W Hutchinson w inter. a fine bo) bah). Miss M. Daughcrt) Arch Grcin. Willie McGuffcy is in Louisville Rev. Father Leo, and Mr Frank ( D ItiHiue. Miss S Hawkins Mr W. T. Mullins m-a business Wientji drove to Danville last Satur-ih- v I" lllankenslup 1 J S Roberts. trip to Hubble recintly and returned Sunday afternoon. Ionising Latiham A Bradley. T J W Voung has completed a neat Mr. Joe F.vans has completed his Mrs M M Dunn. Tom Wilder three room cottage for Shell Reed new house. G,- - A W. II. Cummins. Urock. Tim Flannery, of Gilbert's Creek vis. Miss Fmma Stickler and Miss Bar H. D. McC'lure. J. T. Ilogie. bara Ruscll were the guests of Mrs. ited Ins parents here Saturday SunW. P.. New ell. J M Rurhanan, lames Brown of Sopus spent James Meredith Monday. W C Childress W W. White. dav with Mr and Mr. John Rodgers. Messrs. Uarl Kusscll, Prcd bchlcppie J. D. M)ers. C F. Gmtr). Sidney Warmeth is hauling logs to lohn Gnaff, Albert Schleppie, and Miss W D. Johnson. W. P. White. Barbara Russell were the inicsts of the saw mill, preparatory to having t D. Lubanks. llaugh. . II Mus Mar) Hcnzcn Saturday night. In large tobacco barn built. James Messir W L. Frazicr. teresting games were pla)ed and each 11 L Reinhart. F. J. Greer. and even one enjo)ed themselves fine. Mart R'ld. W. S. Owsley. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Mrs George Pctrcy is able to be Klain Newland 1. It. Rambo. out again I Robiii'on C. W Conlcy. Mr K W Dclanev was tire cuest Miss tola llrady lames Gooch. of Mr and Mrs. J. R. Russell Satur- The People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u Mrs. N Meredith ll. K. Ross. Have to Sell tise What da) night and Sunday. G Singleton John Bright, Sr Mr. Clemens Russc and Mr George Ci II, Itwson John Stone. Busse. Jr., of Covington, were here to Win Franklin IM Peyton. IIAVK J. W. Stewart to paint )Out attend the burial of their father. Hascldcn Bros, Sam Blanks. roof. He will charge )ou 20 cents a Mrs. I ph Pennington and little square, T. T lackey. fs J. T llollcy. daiiwbirr Marin. wre the sitests of her C A. Arnold James Thomas. parents Saturday. I. T. Hamilton D. I! Pclphrcv. Insure vour orooertv vih Bromlev T M. Arnold. Jr Wm. Beck. - Straight at It & Bronilrv. Stanford. Kv. Dr I. A. Amons. Charlie Hill. G T Ilallard Taylor House. There is no use of our "beating Sam McKinney. George Gaddis. around the bush". Wv might as well I will plow- - and harrow )our garden R P lllackrrby. V. Adams, J out vith it first as last We want you in good shape at a reasonable price, W. Chas. Wheeler. l.afe Morgan. to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Mrs. C. Warren. the next time you have a couch or M. Adams, Phone 173. J. T. Pleasants. W. J. Kenncy. W. C. White. cold. There is no reason so far as W M Colson. T S. Rc)noIds. we can sic why von should not do so. FOR SALF. Victiola at a bargain, Mrs. Tthel Leigh J. H. Honakcr. condition, Ibis preparation by its remarkable jak finish and in first-claF. k. Trihhle. H C Arnold cures has gained a world wide repu- making splendid music, owner wishes R K. Pepplcs Miss IL. Hoehn. tation, and people everywhere speak to purchase a larger one. Apply this M. D. Hlmore. W M. Gaunce. of it in the highest terms of praise. It office f I G C Alcorn. G. C. Walker. is tor sale by all dealers. W. J, Edmiston. L. M. Reid. WRITE me, telephone me, come and R. J McAlistcr. Doiier. Dr Moffttt to Sail for China ee me about )our house, carriages, Green Fr)c P. H Shutts. Dr. A. S. Moffett! pastor of the First and automobile painting. Paper hanging 15. W Givais A. D Smith Presbvterian church, will sail about the a specialty Shop on West Main strcit I C Leach. Richard Cooper. J. J. latter Dart of the month for China, Telephone in residence. No. Mrs. Nannie Purdom.Thos Hackley. where the four children of Dr. Mof Belden. Stanford, Ky. .M's. II. Kallcnsperger. fett arc in the missionary field. In the Mrs. Bcttie Broaddus. FOR SAI.F- One Twintuth Cen parlv will hi Mrs. Win. Hsher, Jr. and her young daughter, Rallie; Mr II. tur) Graphophone, in perfect condi Luke McLuke Says M Paffett, of Charleston, Va., a son lion, four minute attachment, fine se and two ou think a wagon makes a lot of Miss Ftsic Moffett, of Staunton, Va , lection of records, four a niece ot Miss l'axton Moilett, one ot minute. Great for' But jou the faculty of Palmer College, and a noise whin it is enipt. and a moving picture show. ought to hear a man when he is full. daughter of Dr Moffett. In the party Apply to lock Ikix 193, Stanford. K) 30-- J ttmt this time of )car a man won- will be also Mr William J. Hogue. a Dr ders whether it is his conscience or prominint law)er of Louisville. his livir that haunts him. and he does Lac), I. Moffett, who has spent much tune in Pcnsacola, and has man) IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN pot know whether to repent or take friends lure, is at Kiang)n Miss CarREADERS OF THIS PAPER rie L. Moffett ia principal of a school calomel. Thousands upon thousands of vv oniat lite same place, Mrs. Robert Mc- Whin a married couple separate on lu.ve kidney or bladder trouble and Mullen at of misunderstanding jou can bet daughter, is Mrs Hanchovv and another never suspect it. John Crenshaw, is at that the) are separating because the) Clpnkiang 'I lie party will leave Pin- Women's complaints often prove to sacoia on April J8tb and sail from be nothing else but kidney troubles, or understand one another too well. A good dancer is supposed to be Seattle May 5. Pcnsacola, (Fla) Jour the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a health)' light on his feet. And a lot of them nal. condition, they may cause the other orlook as though the) were pretty light gans to become diseased. You may suffer a .great deal with at both unta. pain in the back, bearing down fellTill a j,irl that she is looking fine ings, headache and loss of ambition. and she hunt up a mirror and Poor health makes vou nervous, irixiwdir bet nose. it ritable and mav be despondent; makes any one so. Two can live as iheap as one if the; But hundreds of women claim that are twins and have an by restorDr. Kilmers Swamp-Roo- t, mother. ing health to the kidne)s, proved to be The lad who is Waiting For His just the remedy needed to overcome Ship To Come In can usually he found such conditions. medicine, possessing A good waiting where he can see the schooner By Taking Lydia E. Pink- - real healingkidney curative value, should and the Lar crossing be a blessing to thousands of nervous, ham'a Vegetable The only way a man be agreeable in d women. Compound. Many send for a sample bottle to liar, I this world is to be a the great Kidsee what Swamp-Roo- t, know hi cause I .ilnavs try to be agrte Chicago. 111.' 'I must thank you with ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy will able. all my heart for Lydia E. Pinkham'a do for them. Every reader of this pa Send one Iniy on an errand, and it Vegetable Com- per, who has not already tried it, by will take him a half hour. Send two pound. I used to go enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer k to my doctor for pills Co., lhtighamton, N, V may receive bo)s on the same erarnd together and and remedies and sample sire bottle by Parcel Post. Vou it will take thim two hours. and they did not help me. can purchase the regular fifty-ceRemember how jou used to start out size bottles at all drug I had headaches and stoics. for a walk with a girl you were crazy MB-aBBBJ could not eat, and the about and how she couldn't walk more doctor claimed I had TO THE PUBLIC than a hloik before her shoestrings befemale trouble and came untied? And you would ruin the must have an opera I represent the largest and best tion. I read in the clothing house in this coucrease in one leg of )our Sunday pants paper about Lydia ntryEd V. Price & Co., Oiicago. III.. kneeling down. And your hands would I w i .Til My experience in measuring and E. Pinkham'a Vege tremble, and the touch of her stockthe making of your clothes, table Compound and I havn taken and ing made you want lo jump up and feel fine. A lady said one day, it the advantage over one who 'Oh, I gives mc practical tailor. If .vou will run away, Tliem was the happy days. feel ao tired all the time and have headis not a Bu these limes a girl can do the Catch ache.' I said, 'Take Lydia E. Pink- - give mc vour order 1 will promise you a square deal. Vou will get the worth As Catch Can Tango for six hours and ham's Vegetable Compound, and she of )our money,, either ,in the cheaper get her feit tangled up in your coat did and fcela fine now." Mrs. M. K. grades or the higher priced. My spring Karsciinick, 1438 N. Paulina Street, line ofsamples are now ready for )our and the knots in the shoe laces won't Chicago, Illinois. inspection. Call and let me show you. even wrinkle, Tho Other Case. A man never discovers that he can't Day ton, Ohio. "LyiiiaE. Finkbam's aftord an automobile until after he has Veeetablo Compound rellnvnl m of purchased onet nalna In mv nfdn that T tm.l fnt- - tr.,,, lkforc marriage he sees only the and which doctors' medicines failed to After marriage he sees nothing relieve. It has certainly aaved me from but the Thorn. an operation. I will be glad to assist ertODf BoBUOamB A corn-fe- d tiitl doesn't lose a wink you by a personal letter to any woman IS lrnu"ttlHlOM Of that Brew from oae or two thai of slicp over the fact that she has to in the same condition. "-J. W. lot ua4r the .! Siierer, 126 Case St., Dayton, Ohio. jU Into is Uw4. take an out size in stockings. But a ML WaUa'S double chin will keep her awake all If you want SBeolal advice night. writ te Lydia E. Fliikkam Med-Idippu.4 riokt wif weuld km kUUd 11mm In A smart Alex tried to get funny in Ce. (eeaMMtial) Lynn, .rm, a4 ht yi IImm million! frvin Ulatf twa. b. a She bx ol tfcii m1v rtd, lur m,r a restaurant and said: "Bring me a Mass. Your letter will be eyeued, I.BdM, wk lur Br. rnVtU't Amiumfllt Sat. September Mom." And the waitress read aad answered by a wotttaa, MTN k Br Tha tUH" brought hint a plate of cold chicken. and held la strict coaadeaee f ti 0 0 ii o $ MT. MORIAH Mr and Mrs lame Reed entertain rd it mimhcf' of their relatives and friends Sunday to a mot bounteous i.aler dinner In all there were forty four person, who partook of the toothsome dainties, and there were enough eatables left to have fid that many pleasant day was spent anil more the guests lefi feeling that they had had a delightful Laster Those prcs cut were Mr and Mrs Id Terry and family, of Xeal's Creek. Mr and Mr Joe ticrkc) and family, D. O. Ilallard. and daughter, Rena, Mr and Mrs Shell Reed and children, Mr. anil Mrs lark Flannery and family, Mr and Mrs. J W Young, Mamie Berr), Chester and trior Reed. Johnson Voting, of Ludlow has been visiting hi mother at this place Mr Lrnest Hunt, who has bien liv ing with Mr and Mrs. W T Mullins has gone to Marctsburg to make his home Mr Hunt was a good Christian gentleman and we regret to loc him trom our community. Miss Bessie McGuffcy visited relative at Pleasant Point, recently. T I) McBcc is conducting a singing sihool at Highland. Walur Wartncih has rcturnid to Ind Little Lena Couch has been quite sick. Mr Hollv Warficld has been connet! to hfs ro.im with la grippe. Mms Mar) Rodgers of Hie Lick is with relatives here. Pravir meeting has In.ui risumed at Ml M. lull rigaiu. All ' fivm a coultal invitation to atlend tnese -' 0 Children Cry for Fltchr's r3 2m Baf ! The Kind Yen Ilavo Always Bonglit, and which lias been in mho ior over ao yenrs, lias bornotlio signature of and lias been mauo under bis pcr- since yc7ZT&CcAt( Bonal nox:rviKiondeceive, Its Infancy. Allow one to Toain tlihi. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but J..X pertinents mac triuo wttu ana endiuit;er tho health of Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against FTprrlmnnt fJ ".Tust-ns-goo- d" ' Cast orla is n linrmless snlirtituto for Castor Oil, Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other h'nrroCa ruihstiinrc. Its ngo is Its guarantee. It ilotroy Wcint and nllnys FcvcrtKhncis. For nioro than thirty 3enrj II lias been In constant tiso for tho relief of Coii.nttuttirfi, Flatulency, 'Wind Colic, ull Troubles i, i I)inrrhna. It regulates tho Stom.ich nml Dow. naftlinllntcs tho Food, giving healthy nntl nntttral slct;. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Tor-thin-s What is CASTORIA M :, GENUINE CASTOR! A Bears the Signature cf ALWAY s 1 2LtfMzk The Kind You Have Always Bought In ! Use For Over 30 Years POSTED We, lieb Henke, John Si". Cnrtcr, S. . Cnldwcll, A. K. Caldwell, S. II. de Ilaughinnn, positively forbid any hunting Frank Smith Fnther Leo, Ilcnrv M. D., Elmore, or fishing and trespassing on our jentsrh, Anton Thomas, Cummins r. L. Thompson, W H. premises: POSTED. Anton Thorma, Rev. Masons' Meetino Fnthcr Leo, Mrs. Ernestine Kohl. t.inrnln I.nIffp Ka. CO F. m A. M.. fflntl In Fred Ontl'S, John Batlgll. John sutrd rommunrciition on fch first in.l third month t 7 octek in Meier, Mnttie Hewes, A. J. Daughcr Monday nlghlt of ty, Fred VotiGruenignn, Ed Bnllnrd, their mil on Main ttirrt, Blanlorl, Kj M.ji-tyat mrltrd la b Jacob Gander, J. C. Hundley, Got- - prewnt. lister lodzriW.frtrnl!r IKK I, AND. 8ee J. 1 whoe names are signed r, Mende, A. J. II. Carter, Handy J. Bailey, J. B. jryers. J. th rH S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. $J per settinc of 15 Fawn and White Indian per 13. Mrs. S, J. Erabry, Stanford, Ky. Runner Duck eggs, $1 Hill's S. C. R. I. Reds and S. C. White Orpingtons. Have won first priies at Louisville, (State Fair)' Hopkins-- . illc, P.ichmor.d Danville and Stanford, in 1913. My birds arc not only prize winners, but great egg machines. Ten pens mated, cgvs at reasonable prii.es. Write for mating list and show record. Also Fnvvn Indian Runner ducks eggs for sale. Red cockerels for sale at ?2 to Jo each. A. C HillStanford, KentucKy i ' 27-l- v v I ! 28-2- T Barred Plymouth Rocks I have two pens that are prize winners; one headed by cockerel of vidual merit; the other one by yearling cock that is hard to beat. Eggs from cockerel pen, $1.50 per 15, eggs' from cock pen, $1 per 15. ROBERT CARTER indi- si I 1 ss 30-t- White Plymouth Rock Eggs. When you invest your money in my white Plymouth Rock Eggs, )ou made a profitable investment. You will get birds that are thoroughbred as white as snow. I guarantee to please vou. Send in your order Price $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will give a discount on 100 egg Have a few cockerels at $1 each. L. W. Cundiff, Liberty, Ky. have and now. lots. c 6-- R 2V-t- f. S. C. Buff Orpingtons enter-tdntiitn- ts Bred upon best foundation stock for )earr-- for egg production type, and color. Eggs fertile, chicks strong. Eggs for hatching Not high priced, but will produce what you want. Write. J. C. McCLARV, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Indian Runner Duck Eggs For Sale FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred Indian Runner Ducks, of 13. Wolford N. Lovell, Stanford. 2-- $1 per setting r ! he-ca- Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! Single Comb White Lghorns, Black Orpington, Wh te Roiks and Blue Andalusian. Indian Runner and Wild Mallard Ducks. We have finest mat-inever owned, and arc in a position to furnish eggs that will hatch winners and lavers. Send orders ahead if vou want eggs delivered promptly. Fggs from prize mating ?500. $4 00. $300, $200 and $1.00 per fifteen. We can spare several nice S. C. White Leghorn cockerels at $500 each if taken at once. LOMBARDY HEIGHTS POULTRY FARM Jno O. Reid, Prep, Stanford, Kv. TWO WOMEN AVOID ill THE EVIDENCE The Kentuckv Epcrnmiut Station art breeding an raising our strain of Barnd Rocks. Doesn't that mean something to vou Mr. Purchaser ard give you more confidence in our birds? letter from a county agtnt in Tennessee, Just )esterday 1 rcccivtd wanting to purchase all the eggs 1 had to sell for his poultry club, but I had much rather see our county raise more and better poultry and thereby get a bigger slice of the billion dollar industry Lincoln Farms . C. COP FEY, Mgr. McKinney, Ky. 1 OPERATIONS i over-worke- wall-eye- d Pony Rig Season Is On Hand Now Orders are coming in to be made special styles, etc. We are headquarters for fancy rigs. Come and have one made to fit your child and pony. Will measure your pony and have a set of harness to fit also IR'aH e one-doll- , made-to-ord- ir W. H. Higgins BRING YOUR CAR TO Rc. BLOOD POISON REID'S GARAGE STANFORD, KENTUCKY Mrs. pair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. John O. Reid, Prop. Expert Mechanician in charge of re- Antiseptic Salve i PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE Phone 203 m.i i f A. - H- .FARM n t . THE IltTHtlOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914 AN! STOCK NEWI International Harvester Oil and Gas Engines . 1 YOU will etc, at J. C CLL and of harness. find the best oils, greases McClary's Harness Store. sec my stock of all kinds It will pay you. J C 28 br Inril dlwowl Mc-Cla- ry tf 2 r .: .:. .. ..:.:....T...-aana- I illi'lilTTiill!!'! s.nr. UX mr ls5 U rt Mammoth Brntiic turkey eggs $L50 tcr senilis of II, Mrs. 29-). II Wright, Stanford. Ry. WE will in the future, rcccie wool, only at the depot in Stanford, and only on the first tiirce days of each week J D. Eads and Son, wool lnt)cri J0-- ( FOR SALE. Full blooded car-ol- d Jcrey bull, a nice one and of the Dr llailev and Dr. Rcid stock. J O. Snratt VOH SALE R D. 1 la hr an Indamril enndltlnn of too mnsm llnlnc of lh KnolarMon Tulx-- . ml la hn IhU Impfrfftt Inllamul , on lJiato ' an-hearln-luml.llnr aoond or It ! rntlrrlr rlnwil Orafna la tho rraull, ami can t tskoti it and nntraa lh Inflammallon Ihla tntpo iralorrd to Ha normal emillllon, hoar-Ina- rnro'tti nlm vlll Is. trn aro raiiard I'T ('alarm, wtilrn la nothing but an InBamod mnitfllon of tho tnnenna anrfacra. Wo will slto Ono Itnmlml Itnllara for anr rao Iit ralarrhl that rannot Xf of IVafnow (can-o- il tlrru Minsl hr llall'a Catarth Oiro. rVnd tif rrtnnllft. DetfneM Cannot Be Cured thry nnnot rfork tho pctln of lh fr. Tnrr t onlr n tornrodmrnn. ond tint U hr rwiMllnltnn-t- l pplli-ttlo- r v .? ranl csinnitpf (ffiEHLEJL VaiiHHimmimmHHp I 'fMaaaSSa! tU '., lar. fro. Fold T fr (, Take llall'a family I'llla for runatloatluo. l'rul't. rin;SBY T.V. A COt, T0I0.M, O. t TbelHCLma C1AIK AKD IUT MACHINES Wltim. H HaaaVa, RtkM, Sta.kna LaaaVn .ra wise farmer docs what he save money, time, unnecessary hard work, and to have as pleasant a EVERY Har TrtttM flaatm, rxkiri Biaam. Cahnalra COIIN MACHINES K F.MiUt Catttra SktStri. Saraa'a'art TIUACE fa. thafc 4 Sm-Til- , life as is possible. Therefore, wise farmers buy International Harvester engines, enfjines of standard construction v, ith features liko ttie offset cylinder head, accurately ground piston and rings, extra largo valves, detach' features ahlo valve guides, split-huthat make them last by far the longest and savo tuo b Htmmt CaJtlntm mot 01 u4 Cu Eaaiaaa Craaa Safanlata CUKRAl LIRE FinWiim Mataf Tracka TWaaaara CnlaBrSt Fm40Mwi KalfaGriaaara KaiarTwlM money in tho end. , He sure wheu you buy your engine that it Is an I 11 C engine, and you will In suru of best material and best construction. They are made portable, stationary, or skidded; vertical or horizontal; air or P. They Sixes range from 1 to . operate on both low and high grade fuels. you International Not every local dealer can snow Harvester engine. Writ" ns for interesting catalogues and full information, and wo will tell you the name of tho local dealer who handles our engines. water-coole50-H- International Harvester Company of America Ibcorporattd) New Albany Cktaaiaa Ind. MDwiikM Oikwa Dtcrhf KcCtmick FttM Colt Futurity (1 1 THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION OK LINCOLN COUNTY WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE $100,000 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $5 00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULLY FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION TO W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y JUL TT Stanford, Kentucky CLEMENTSVILLE Zack WtrthitiBton left Tuesday for Da ton, O. Jerome Clootie and family ch Thursday for Cincinnati. J. !.. Montgomery has moved to the house formerly occupied by Ed and M T. Montgomery to the one iinltl recently occupied bv J. ("ioode. J J Leonard and Marion Wetliinjjton .sold I L. Heard a nice bunch of hogs for (t cents per pound. Dr. W. IL Sanders was in Wetli-iiiuto- f n, BOc Si prevents cholera, diarrhoea Saturday. dmeasea. One and other bottle makes 12 saltans of medicine At all druggists. superintendent Dr V. E. Gardner, Sample and- - booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent HIKE. of the Lakeland asylum, has resigned, Co. UiiirUt, Ij Beurhon Rsmtdf which is a distinct loss to the state. down a chick's throat cure the lew Sapes. A waterdrops in and cure f BOURBON POULTRY CUBE Camp-bclNvil- le Wc arc in the TO THE FARMERS firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, pringfichl. Tcnn., and will pay of highest prices for same Wc want )oitr trade Sec us before )ou sell ,1 D kad & Son, Alfred, Staufoul, K) VriEXTION FARM I RS -- Charlie pncl Carter arc bii)ing wool for firm of Isaac Roscn-bailthe They will St Sons, of Louiville buy )our wool now or will pay ion the market price at shearing time llicy will rcccixe the wool at the tobacco warehouse back of Uanghman's mill. The) will give )on a "square deal. T. Rigsb) of the East End. sold a , car of mixed hay to Parker of Lancaster at SU. Wedtllc X Son, of near lIuMonvillc. jack from Dr. hoiiglit a four-- ) car-ol- d King, of Somerset p.i)ing $SXI Levi Rogers, of near Mt. Moriah, bcitght a horse from John I'rnctt. ol King's Mountain for ?140. ndcrson, of Preachers illc, Jones 1 jack from lmuglil a k.kI P. Price, of Garrard for ?(). Thomas Mines, of Cacy . count). of I. .,.,l,i fr.ioi llr 1 C I ubank, a good driving horse for 150. I R. G IVttus, of rreachcrsMlIc, sold a jack to Meyers ami dandy MiClintock, of Miltetsburg for ? 1,000 T L. Carpenter, of Uiisiomiltc, sold to J J Allen, of the West End a bunch of fat hogs at eight cents per pound. V. G. Cowan and Eugene Dunn, of Hiistomillc, sold to John L)im, out on Route No. 2, 23 hogs at eight cents per pound D. C Allen, Hustonville bujer, purchased 16 ewes and 18 lambs, last week i, from (iroer Reed, of the same at ?o.50. R H. Crow, near Shelby City, sold to A. S. Tribble, of Christian county, four "Aberdeen Angus", a bull and three heifers for $365. J 'I Hlankcnship, of Todd. Pulaski count v, sold three sows and twenty-thre- e "pigs to Shanks & Myers, stock dealers of this county for $85. W. C. M)cr, of Hustonville. sold a sow and pigs to Jas. Riggins. of near Middleburg. last week, for which he receixes $35. R C Arnold. Stanford's slock buyer. Iiought a cow from Alfred Thompson of near Mason's Gap Monday for He also purchased a bunch of $40. light shoats from Dick Daughcrt) at ound. sex en cents a M K Wilson near Hustomille 15 hogs to D. C Allen, the Hus iPiit rents ton, ilic buyer last week a a imnd. They were fat porkers, averaging about 180 pounds each. It Tprlmiip's Sons sold to Ernest Hatfield, near Bradfordswllc, one pair of mules for S400. Itakcr I erlumc sold lo Prock Gabhart for $150. Ktir W. H Murphy, on the Hustomille pike, had a nice ewe killed by a dog Mr. Murphy sa)s that the Sundav. dog belongs to Nip Powell and he will inVp urns to have the canine killed. S. 0 Haneock a few days, ago sold to Tom Thompson at Lebanon, seven 3- - ear-ol- d horse mules for $135 per bead, and liouglit of Mr. Thompson six carling mare mules at $90 per head. rl. ll. ivenierst)ii, in juliwi .wumj, IuhipIii f the Huddleston and Brad ford heirs alout "0 acres of land near llradfordsville. for $3,000. Mrs. Rose Bartin Iiought of E. C Lewis house and lot for $Jo-'.5well-know- n well-know- n Stanford. Ky. J0-- 2 LLbythC litxl ol On tli tmvt et Trr tnrr bottl mn. cirton ( tk tni m'lli QEMVOtS iill's t g Nin m tan wot find )i BGLL la tlrcl. Onnnf IMnlfe. tht -Mt of WnKrn Krniuckr, Sunln- nht and turm' r rttM h,ia (,tiln rlhi." hn, with n VKiutloiu, vu know wktt to bur, 4c 0, 0, "Tell By The Bell" 0I.OO, AT MUO. TOwIO. -'- -J I (in-gory- nui'hiiirs A. W. Carpenter. Morcland, N'ciii Carter hooked a lot of good marcs to Ins great stallion Rcntuck) I'O R SALI-- . Two wool clipping and Mode Nicol, of Lexington, Mack Hughes, of Danville, were here Monday looking for some cavalry horses, lint onl) secured one, which cost Jhcm $12S J A Wing, of Adair, brought up a drove of mixed cattle to court here M.md.iv and disposrd of practically all of them He had them running in weight from 450 to 050 ounds. V I). Selhy, the Russell county buyer, brought in 20 head of mixed catllc, weighing from 400 to 700 pounds. He sold a lot of the small cattle to various partus at nlioiit $.15 a head J II llaiighman, near Shclh) City tought four nice ones from him at $525(1 a head, Mr .Sclhv hoituht a fine black C Allen, of Hustonhj'ifcr from D ville for :foo She weighed 795 imiiiihIs. I I I ' UfMMHMHHlL 'aiahia'aaasaBifaa'Val asaaaaaaaai.SaI-iaia?a- A Practical Truck at a Practical Price NELSON GARAGE Demonstration on Request DANVILLE, KY Trult Prospects Good this Year The fript crop for 1914 promises to be a good one The trees have oasscd the winter in u"h1 shape unless a severe freeze occurs within the next few weeks and indications arc that Kentucky will enjoy a banner fruit I he interest ve.ir in the production of lirltiT fruit has been ver) gratifying and many orchards have been pruned, spra)cd and otherwise put in condi lion. The sprav that has been applied up to the present time has been tho dor mant application of San Joc scale irineipaliv. Mail) growers who arc nut starting to fire foi their orchards feel that this application is sufficient 'I he v should remember tljat this ap plication is made nunc us a protection to the trees and not so much for the fruit itself The application that is to show greater results from a fruit staudNiiut has )ct to be made, and it is known as the cooling moth spray. These spra)ings arc very important from a fruit standpoint. Particular effort should be made to place some of the material in ever) calyx cup It is not so necessary lo tr) to spray every leat. but the operator should aim to reach all of the fruit. For further information address the Department of Horticulture. Kentuck) Lxpcrimcnt Station, J II. Carmod), vi-r- ) cight-)car-o- ld Muri-lirad- d scc-tiM- (itMtliman here court day, Kuitucky Gentleman demonstrated Monday at the Morse bhow, that he is easil) the champion saddle stallion of the count) add one of the " cry best in It the state. V. I Chancellor sold court da) to black Charles Kerr, u five-- ) car-olmarc for $170. the attention of the Jcrse) vh tall I.UKiers to the ad of the fine joung Jcrsc) hull, th.it is in this paper. Such lirii'ilmg is seldom ottered to the dairy It interests 111 tuts section Walter McKintiey and Kd Hicks, of the-- West Kiul of Lincoln, hate their lambs from about 150 ewes to M)crs & Tucker, Hustomille, at cents a pound seen and John A. Sea, of Bole count), bought of Robinson & Irwin, of Paris, a fine ) car-ol- d jack for the long price of fl,i00. This jack is said to be one of the most richl) bred in Kcutuck). Gentleman, with Dock Ktiituck) Or)e up, make a ptir of typical Gentleman, and a pur that can't It. be beaten. In the l'arksville section Henry Cutter IioukIu an extra Jcrse cow of Harry Williams for $00. John Sclts-asold two Jersey cows and caUcs to W. L McAnle). Charles Lacke), sold a bunch of linht shoats, to a Mr Jones of Damillc at 8 cents a pound. V. B. Ma)iiard, out 011 the Hustonville pike, bought five head of cattle last week from J A. Young, of Adair countv, at 8 cents, they averaging 500 pounds each. Mr. Man.i'ril reccntl) horse of J A IioukIu a l'ontcr. of near Walnut Flat, for $1H). J. T. Rigsb) bought eight hogs from Ad Davis, of Dripping cents. He Springs section, at 7 .i bought eight hcdii of hoiJS of II. D. Hollclaw at 8 ccntj, a cow and heifer from John Wilson, of lice and 0 cents Lick at 5 d tliree-iuart2-Ken-luc3-- 4 iiO-puu- MY FARMER FRIEND If you are thinking of buying a Silo this year, and I know you are, Don't Buy Until ISee You Especially don't buy any Silo, if the Staves lap with a STEEL Spline. If you will wait until I come I will tell you why, and I ssistant Horticulturist, SHELBY SULTAN Lcxinv; n. am sure coming within the next few NO. 117497 days. m.-ir- U. I 1 Shelburne's Tobacco Fertilizer Backed by Reputation. We are prepared to furnish through our representatives, Messrs. Hcury Bright and Allen Hieatt, of the Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company, everyone in this section with our fertilizer, made especially fur Bur-le- y Tobacco by the Virginia-Carolin- a Chemical Company, reliable business men, and the largest manufacturers of fertilixer in the world. Our fertilizer contains more potash than any other tor the money, which Is most needed for the tobacco crop, don't use a fertilizer that you know nothing about, as it may do your crop more harm than good. We refer to H. C. Curtis, State Chemist, who advised the mixture for Burley Tobacco, or to anyone who used it last season. Mr. B. F. Scherffius, Tobacco Expert of the United States Department of Agriculture writes: "I tried your fertilizer on an acre of tobacco last year, securing an average yield of 1,640 pounds, which I consider fair taking into account that the tobacco war transplanted late, and the season was too dry for the fertilizer to get in full action. I am glad to state that I think well of your fertilizer, as it is about, in my opinion, the proper formula ofr Burley Tobacco." J. W. Duncan, of Jessamine county made 1,900 pounds per acie which he sold at an average of $17. Mr. N. H. Witherspoon, a banker it Winchester used it on his tobacco crop, and got a fine yield, and good prices. Since then he and W. R. Spahr have bought twenty-tw- o tons for their wheat crops. sod, made J.261 W. R Spahr, Cashier of Bauk at Winchester, used it on 30 acres, mostly timothy pounds to the acre, which sold for an average of $15.25. He only used 200 pounds to the acre, drilling it in . the row. Z. C. Moore on 17 acres made 1,690 pounds and made an average of $15.25. He used 200 pounds to the crop was planted. acre, part of it drilled in the row, and the other part beside the row after the W. C. Wiggington, of Scott county, says he made 250 pounds more per acre where he used the fertilizer, and it stood the drouth much better than the other. Says it is the only fertilizer he would be willing to recommended to his friends. J. W. Montjoy, of Montgomery county, writes us: "I used 350 pounds to the acre broadcast, ana raised a nice crop on very ordinary land. Have used several kinds, but yours is the best as it gives tobacco a nicer finish and better color than anything I have ever tried, and makes it ten days earlier. King Todd, of Montgomery county averaged $14, his neighbor just over the fence averaged $8, and made less tobacco to the acre. made A buyer on the Mt. Sterling market says he could walk over the Warehoue floor and tell the crops that used our fertilizer by the color and texture of the tobacco. W. S. Jones of" Fayette county, says he used our fertilizer on his thlnest land, and got more tobacco, and his average on 12,000 pounds was $3.50 a hundred more than it was on the other part of the crop. You can phone Charles Gentry, or W. 1) Watts, of this county, or any one ehe that used it. We also refer to Clay & Kirkpatrlck, of Mt. Sterling and C. W. Sandusky, of Keene, Ky., both of whom think it will pay to use this Fertilizer on any land. Mr. P. Sharkey, living near here, who tried several brands last year, in which he says: "I have tried your fertilizer, and it is all O. K. It will pay any man to ue it, as it will tdd growth and color to the tobac- If s ' in If (15 k th We advise not to use a fertilizer with over 2 per cent of Ammonia, or over 5 per cent of Phosphate, as thin it will grow a coarse wild red crop. A large part of the fertilizers being sold are doing more harm good. We hear df ome parties, who are selling fertilizer and expect to use ours on their tobacco crops and we are the sole agents for the some of them claim that this fertilizers is tbe same as ours which it hut True as Virginia-Carolin- a Chemical Compony in the Burley Belt. We believe this to be the best formula for Burley tobacco or we would not sell it. workWe advice you 10 sow 40 oi 50 pound ua your plant bedj before sowing the ed Into the ground or sow not om 20 pounds after the seed are own, this 11 best put on Just before or while it is raining. co. ,.,...... 500 cattle in Nun-leystock ) arils Monday and a big crowd of buvers was on hand. A number of dealers from the lower counties brought up good sized herds and prac-ti- c ranged illy all sold out. Prices from six to eight cents a pound, according to the grade of the stuff offered, although toppy grades were rather scarce R Young, who bii)8 extensively in and lower counties, came in with 100 head of mixed cattle, which weight from 450 to 700 pounds ran in He disposed of them' to various parties at Irotu seven and a half to eight cents and a quarter cents a pound. To S. H, liaitghman, of Stanford, he sold !' head of heifers at $27 a head Center Bros., the ICast Garrard shippers, exixirted a car load of mixed stock to W R Crawford and Co.. at Cincinnati, there being 34 head of hogs and two dozen cattle in the consignliovincs ment The cattle were silo-fe- d and s craped 824 Kunds. having recently purchased from J. Wade Walker of the Paint Lick section at $7.25 pet hundred. on At the sale of J M Wiggle-wortthe Pisgah and Mt. Vernon turnpikes, er.saillcs. six pair of 2- out of ear-ol- d mules brought from $250 to $425 a pair. Two pair mules brought $400 to $532.?0 a pair. One v car-ol- d sorrel marc sold for $85; two sows and pigs brought $60 each. Thirty shoats sold for 8.50 to $10 a head. Four cows brought from $50 to $80 each. Thirty yearling calves sold at from $20 to 35. Sheep grought $8.90 a head. Farming implements sold well. Center Bros., shipped a carload of hogs to J F Sadler and Co., a Queen City live stock firm. The following an some of the purchases for this second, shipment by the Messrs. Center From Logan Thompson, of Preachers-vill23 hogs averaging 146 Kuuds at $8.25 per hundred; from James Catron 28 head of swine, weighing 140 mhiiu1s each, at 8 cents per (Kiund There were 128 hogs in the shipment to Sadler and Co.. and their average weight was 150 pounds. J W Allen, of Hustonville, s,ld to I). C, Allen, the llustonvillcsbu)cr, four heifers last week, that weighed 1.950 IKiunds at seven cents a pound; three cows that weighed 2.575. at five cents a Mr. Allen boughfTrom-jQS- c lio'.md Massc'y. of McKinncy, a 1,010 pounil cow at three and a quarter cents, lie recently bought 43 hogs from various parties at an average of eight cents a IHHind. From R. M. Sharp, of Casey, he 7'J5 bought a heifer, that weighed pounds at six and three quarter cents and from Greeley Lutes another heifer, weighing 635 pounds at six and a half cents, V A. Lear, the prominent stockman, of Garrard county, exported 100 hogs to Hubbard, llaiiss and Ragsilale at Cincinnati, the follow inif being some of From for the load the purchase Henry GastineJii 25 head of porkers 185 pounds at 8 cents averaging per ooiiinl ; f com Alex .Walker 25 head of hogs averaging 180 pounds at 8 cents per pound; Nathan (logic 10 hogs weighmg 140, pounds each, at $8 per hundred: from William Davjs of the llryantsville section, weight 150 iiouuds per animal, at 8 cents per pound. There were aliout 's Adair-count- l. This Jersey Bull just received from Shelliv county, Ky , and by Chas. Itnglit's ltiiHirtcd bull Pansy Sultan tliHt coit $1,300 and a proven breeder of merit. bv the grand bull Sultan of Oakland, first prize on the Island in e lOtVi breeders Firt pH. cup. Reserve champion and firs, prize bull over lersev class for bull and progeny, 1907, also the highest price vas paid for him that any hull ever brought 011 the Island at public auction He descends direct from champions Flving Fox and Imported Fern Lace Shelbv Sultan is cut of a cow of W I Scout's breeding of Scoot's Station Shelby count), Ky., (one of Kentucky's best jersey men) Coming from the noud Sciisa f.mil), that has produced him so many prize winning and high )ichhng cows. His first dam is Miss by Sena's Hero bred b) W L. Scott and by Sensa's Pride, with 15 in list and Sensa his dam with a test of 21 iMumds in 7 days and inheriting the best blood of the Island direct from St Helia, Butter King and Torment This royally bred and tuberculin tested )oung bull will make the present season at my farm near Stanford, Ky, at $5 00. Money due when serprivilege Return vice is rendered. granted F. REID. Suri-pttak111 Si-e- la W. P. KINCAID, District Agent, Stanford, Kentucky FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. By weight 5-- tra nice, bright, clean timothy hay, the kind you tike to leed )our horses Wc also have on hand at all tunes, Corn. Oats, both for feed anil seed feed. purposes; Ship Slufl, Chicken Flour, Meal and Coal. Any order )ou may give us will be promptly filled and appreciated. D. V. KENNEDY & CO., 24-Stanford Ky 8 TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALF. or bale; a few tons of ex- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Just Received a Car of FIELD AND GARDEN GOATS FOR SALE To reduce my flock I have a few goats for sale. To one who has "bush" laud they are better than a grubbing hue, more profitable and hardier than sheep. Fearless of dogs and better browsers than either sheep or cattle. To clear land, they are invaluable. Call on or address. J. If QUINSF.NBl-IRRY- , Mgr., Arabia, Lincoln county, Ky., 29-Railroad station, South Fork. 8 AMERICAN FENCING Phone 54. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky e. MARSHAL'S SALE FOR TAXES I, James P Joncs, marshal of Crab Ky. will on Saturday the 9th Day of May, 1914 Olfci for sale, at .the court house-- door, in Crab Orchard, the-- following real properly returned delinquent. Same being the-- amount due for the city of Crab Said Orchard, for the jears of 1911-1P. M standard time, sale to begin at paving before that date, will be 1 lio-stricken from the list. This IJ1I1 day of April, 1914. $2.02 I. 11. Tvrey 18.14 W. L. Bel' , 13.90 P. M Cornier 7.48 M. M Cornier Dr. W. J. Kdmistoii 2 lots 35,15 .. $1,000 each 3.59 Farris Mrs 56.40 J. W. Guest L05 Hen Howard , 154 Kulwell and Isaacs 2.08 Sam Tudor 7.75 J. IV. Moore 5.51 Kd Rogers 18.6V Mrs. Addie Riddle 6.24 Wirt Sutler .. Crrlurd, Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House 1 e- for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Qarden Seed GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought o( winter's discomfort. I M J.-- McCarlc-- . Pettus, Debonle and Magec . . 12.88 2.08 WINTER fOURfST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA WRTE OR PHONE MR- - BRIGHT or MR. HIEATT . g rQaUklf r laraa HWiMtUa. atora iT(Ucb all Mlaa. I ur auoorr kuk It II (aiU lo rt 1 la Mr ac-h-a lima, sr put vt lw ksxlr lalI lla'l mlaulM .n . mom-- mwe jnfaaut ITraa if'- aai ainala aaaa a rassaai. cturAr, WMw tssBfcMi3k M listd Hoot ia INCLUDING TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA, "LAND NEW ORLEANS, ul I of the DANVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. They Can Supply You Immediately. T f. HttY I w from rtusstjh MayABzZH KaSam uvtt. OF THE SKY." STOP-OVE- R PANAMA AND jUt3vfc$t V toan Ukao out. fS&J e KUrZnK TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE EQUIPMENT, H. C. KIMfl. LONO RETURN LIMIT. liyliii1iiy' W PRIVILEGES. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED, For details consult any Ticket Agent or write PwrHf u4 Tlcktt Agwt 181 Eart MiM St. iMlnjMn, Ky.