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B J COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MRS FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS V.fel t-- i- roid tk, 74 I'M twwa to .Rmc r,.(4 I'wi ."Gov t a targe crowd rilic twirl ..vn ! ".J fn the season' it i Com' i.i tM wMl Mteftk Saturdav at ,l"Cwlll I 'anfl rowtf ' , it tSTXt cky. Pfigsg M tvr ta Atthowrti of r ci 4 tM itMrdar, hMfCri. at MWW c.ii:i..ri?; inr. r""'" ""' rnr'v l nl . ardent or o&niii...M: ..r Creary show rke in flc ng 7. t new, Louis- - I""'"'""' Maw Sato at Parii Fred MaHtrt'ew, who li here from larh, making hemp cnKcmcnts for L. V. Sparf ,& Sons, tfie big millers, hemp ant teed buyers ha received word from home that burglars blew a lari(c Safe in the office of li. F. Spears & Sons, and secured approximately $100, and all In silver. Nitroglycerin Wn used and the work Is believed to Mc berti that of experts. Automobile tracks were found fn front of the which indicated that the yeggmen had Come, in u machine. The lame safe almost demolished by the force of .was were uic explosive ami iiotn doors blown, off their hinRes, The shock of the explosion distarhcd the residents of'ilic ncfijliliarhood, but little attention was paid to it, Articles in the office wcie badly damaged by filing piece of slcrl. Tins is the third tunc the office of Spiarn & Soils 1m becti cnterril .uid Hie sale blown wiiluti the last four I I M., I . ' v'" wvt.ni.Mi uic s.uc alx" ?1.AI in bills which nnn irrfnii i.f ill.csj a OPPOSITION TO HARVEY '! GRANDSON OF HOCKER SHROPSHIRE BUYS CRACK MAKE George 0. Menefee Weds in Alabama Said io Have Been Discussed at Meet-laIn Lexington This week rss"i . 'twsTSfl v I' lull Wednesday nivhi ami if half when Tour that the Ik)S who were" there say is so, I aJ nicinucri voictl tlicv had a rojal KO)d tunc, Ornainer ffT"Ts f" iH'-Uraule- y , Lrai Thomas and l)r JT ll.niiinoticls and elected him. ssst t 1 base ttotten together a'liiemlierjlup of alAHit 75 who went in the first meetinn 'ayarao;McCteary'i Position 'at"'!" kmI fellows and niBht and Ihcy arc all , "sMfiliriibctlitown News.) well known citiicus. Mr. Thomas and aiPwrHMjomy vi me V.MTK louiny Or. Hammonds, with the assistance ol man who that KnKfct ...... I the..... II..I ' was Smith ll.utjflim.iti, ork'anKcil a decree Z VI. Ilu ...1 team which put on the work and they ''' thcmacliiiiC at Frankfort L . j'JV'C" arc said to base made all who were on Inrn, out 9' the nomination in the hand enjoy lluinselus ihoroiiKhly. A ir r'('(,'K.umamcouniies, jury know who rripilar dcree team will be ornnli(l ine neao 01 uic uuciime and it the nest inecliiiKi next Wrducda fh win (if Kiad ot tue chance to rcpiu'iiile nixht at half past seven o'clock at the iU WMlgJii A'liKUst. Winchester Ocm- - l I' hall. Charter memberships of , ocr.it. ,MH ills." local Nest open and TlilMS m'sdirccted svmiiathr. and will remain mi arc Millafter at $5 next until he scniinum matf- - win not be mirtmt! .Mr. Ihoiuas and I)r ......... f M 5S.V0...K. IhiiIi of whom arc live boosters tTWky had t!1t iJvon to liehrvr that are rcciivuiK many applications for the bis nomi- class to be taken in licit Wednesday nation by at the iwlN. Cioveriior McCrrary should h.itd Modern Woodmen in State Camp a Ciifitot, by means of which t( frfiitil ..'Hill l.ln .!.. ..r.. - The State Camp, Moduli Woodmen .. r .wnv .fl.t ltW....w.... In ft' f cess Xif the Taw. the absence of an) merica. in session at Georgetown Wcduesilav. elected the follow imr' of fi- uifft action; (rfiveinor McCrrary admitted the rijjlit of (niuTiiiir Icris for the coimtiK three years Kohl. Iteckliam' to the nomination The l I'aui, l.ouovillr. Consul, Jim Gliflonl clwrK of irreeul.intii'S in the moun- bmisvillc. I'ast Consul, I'. I.. 1'illovv, alley. C'K-rtain couuticj, operating to the favor of Water The delenates the Mr Itecklum. thouch never proven, shosiu to ripresent Kculiicky at lusc been much more than ofisct National bead camp, which meets at Toledo in lime. Samuel G. Tate, by Klarinir frauds in favor of (jo v. W ! Kodgers, Todd; lob in tlie cities and in Madison IX li. .NIorKan crt I1. Crowe, coiHity, where Mr KeCkham did not Hardin; A. K. As cry. Columbus; Koy have a square deal. Smith, Clark and W. II b'isli, Rockcas(ov. IlccUham was t'ne rcKtllarly nmninro of lic democratic par tle county. The delegates were instruct ty for United States. Senator. ly the id to vote for the admiuiMralion for),iwon Spnnjjs was selected as iihxI nefarious, corrupt and duiiracc-fu- l ces. methods the will of' the party, as tin neit miction place 11s. was thwarted, cxprcocd at the "A Dies After Operation rind four mi called democrats, who defied theiuaudate of the and r r DatiRhcrty. son of the Kcv and A. Jacfcson iieckham party, defeated Gov J. Dauvibcrty, died at Somerset on k" ilected W O. Uradley f the Senate. May Sill from the effects of an opera1 be jiaramount issue in this cam- tion fur appendicitis and the remains A.V paign is Do )ou iniKirse, or do you Svcrc brought to Stanford Wednesday rruicnn lite mciinxu tmpio)Cii in me I'tf interment, the ser ice being held from the home of W. K. DatiRhcrty Vr JLtive session of Well, interment heme i 'afn.sotc anamst J C W Ilccklmm is near Hale's lSuffalo Spruits Cemetery Kev C. II. , tills action, a m;U" cndorsmK Gicer conducteil the obsciuics with the I. O O. in .JNoic conilemninK tint action. Governor over llieirV,dead charKe of the .crvice afterward. brother Ittcklum has imletly rclrameil I nun DaiiKherty was only 2A years an a iiw a I to nisticc and' redress in his ofounj; and is said by those who knew ai;c diinni! the present campaiKii him to have In en a fine young man litii 11 any ".oies arc 10 jh: ueviucu uluc untimely taking away will be liiM (juestion (and we Micie there arc thousands) then clearly It is Ilrcklum sincerely mourned by many friends. ValfTnot McCrearsyntitlcii to the bene. Put Fence Across Passway Charles Kidd, of the Ottinhcim sec Mrs. Mary Lear Dead nun was fined $10 and costs in Mrs. Mary Ann Uaraucd 81. ears. court 'lliursday on a charge of died at her home at Kirksvillc, in Maili-so- n putliug a fence across a public pass-wa- y county. Of her family there arc He w.o arrcMtd on complaint of children, I. Hugh Mnatt. Judge llailey permuted IJ7 descendant), twenty-on- e suty-nm- e fifly-ciij(jrandhcildrcn, Kidd to wotk out the fine ou the pass-waOf the l.W desIS. v cendants, II7 are living and aliout si.ity were present at the burial. Wants $12,000 fir Better Roads l. C. Terrell, 1'ublic Knads Conuuis. GBEEN BRIAR sioncr has received notice from the After' the Rood rains the farmers arc lf!sut Court of Lawrence county askat work attain ing the stale for $1J.()00 for roads. The A. C Mimsic is Mill improviiiK at mutest is made under the recent law providing t)iat the state shall furnish an this writ iiiu. Miss Sohic Mmisic visited her lis- amount equal to the sum appropriated ter at Waytieburi Monday, and Tue. lor romi by the county This county U the first in the state to accept provisdav .Miss Dasie Sims visited homcrolks ions o fthc new law last week. Lloyd Suns visit.. I his father and Mutual Movies Get Roosevelt mother Sunday Willi Us usual fore.Mjiht and cuter-prisher aunt, Miss Dollir Sims visited the Mutual Film Cirjioration' was Saturday night anl Sunday. M. II. Hunch is working for John the only moviny picture concern to send iU camera men with Colonel . llorton thi week. Sam Oaks was calling on his best Kooscvclt on lu South American trip. The roiilt, in three intensely interesting girl Sunday afternoon. Aiulv Gooch ii workinu for A. C reels, is about .to be released to the puliiic ihii picture will be shown at Mtm.ie. the Stanford Opera House tonight. I cm Mimsic and wife. Iuth and MarThe succeeded in securing the most tha visited at (i'Michtoun Saturday and interotmg scenes on the steamer ou the Simdav Mrs. Xaru Sim visited Miss Sosbtc way down and in South America aUo. ide from the great interest m the Mimsic Saturday niht. personality, the film will e Colonel's Sosby' Mimsic was visiliiiK Miss move especially attractive from an IJunch Sunilay standpoint, showing as it Melvm Caldwell and wife visited A. i'oc lbs mtim.iti side of llraiil. which C Munslc and wife Saturday night. hctti shown on tlie d has never before ()co Claunch and Mrs. Claimed afscreen; the leper's, colony at Trinidad .lr.hu Leach and wife Sunday in I many olhei South American nature ternoon. isitcd )us father pictures. John M. Mimsic In the Colonel's exploration party are last week. Miss Grrtie Leach left for Tennessee to be seen Amlmii) Fiala, the arctic Sunday and one of our young men is .xplorcr; Dr George K. Cherry, the looking very sad. We arc hoping to see Rev Father Albert .aim. who has traveled $.sOO.tXX) miles in the interest him smiling soon. , of science; Frank Harper, the Mrs. ld Nolan, of Hubanlc, is visit-Usecretary; Dr. Leo Miller. of the her mother Mrs. besides Claud Sims visited hiscousin last Kockefeller institute Roosevelt, Kermit Roosevelt and Miss week John Leacli is able to work some this Margaret Roosevelt, a niece of the Colonel. summer .. arc anxious uPdr - Ln t j bwuby- J .I..- - 111. M Movie county. tmt. Ak vote; cast . carry Jthat Onli Have a Big Meeting This Week The first mtetiiiK of the local Not of the Order of On Is was held in the K. T3t tain. "k"i-vinocii4i-- 11 . 1 to a oi - 19UB their member : 1V' -j 71 count-L'j-t'- Wednesday The Lexington Leader had the following story of Hightli DisMilitics. trict A number of l.ighth District yesterday were in Lexington and today oil business of various sorts ami an informal meeting was held at trie I'hocnix Hotel at which time the Democratic Congressional outlook was discussed at considerable length. There is said to have been developed M the meeting a considerable Congressman ti, llarvry Helm, and one of the mailers under discussion wis the lining; up of effective opiMisilton to Ins reuommatioii. It has developed that there is a strong undercurrent of dissatisfaction with Mr. Helm among the wheel horses of the party through the dis trict ou account of what is called Mr, Helm's ingratitude, ami the disgruntled ones include some of the most active men in lloylc, Mercer, Garrard and Anderson counties who worked to land Mr. Helm in Congress, and who have "notluutf to sbowr fur llieir jwtins" Another clement which is said to be massing against the Fighlh Dis-tntlie- - fanner and incumbent, is rural voter, who has no interest in the smils, but who is anxious to sec his district represented by a man of p.irls. This xlrong influence in the district i being reminded that Mr. Helm took occasion to sole against President Wilson on the Panama lolls position. anl "lined up with Caleb Powers" The merits of the canal are not touched upon, but the allusion and comparison arc having ct ciie-tion i & Hani-uiond- Kefney-JlciXjiniiaine- d The group which met in Lexington was agreed that the onlv t.rni,-- i f defeating Mr Helm was by an agreement anions the numerous other onlv otic, and he iircMim-aidthe strongest, should enter tin-s' unfaiN-nicfhot- IISM - inMi-tulc- pas-MrJ- y- eft i.mii-vill- e, we There have been a number' of candidates announced either directlv or by Ibrir friends, and among them the derision of the conference was tint the race should be made bv either jCYumtv Vllorms laekson of Danville or I It Hoover, of icholaville lbiih gentlemen have been urged to loss their hats in the ring but whether one will acrce io sinnd back-- while tlie other takes the ncrsimmon. rcm.v'ns to be cen Helm Again Arainst President's Plan A dispatch to the Courier Journal from Washington this week said. Representative Harvey Helm was the only member of the Kentucky delegation who opposed the l'reidint's two battleship programme as earned in the Nasal It'll when the House, in committee of the whole, with Representative lien Johnson as chairman, defeated today an amendment "for tin of one battleship. Representative liarkley. Rouse and Cantrill were among ibr Kentucky members who voted to reje'et the Iluchanan amendment that provided for the building of only one dreadiiaught Mr. Helm voted for the Iluchanan amendment. The test vote oi to HI indicates ultimate approval of the two battleship program as well as the other naval increase items carried in the pending lull The bill provides for two six torpedii lniat sdctroyers and eight submarines. dread-naught- r. du-otsc- 1? Judm-U.ule.v'- s e, 01-li- vis-ile- Linen Shower' for Miss Cornle Penny '1 lie following from the Danville Advocate will be of interest here as the recipient of this attractive affair will become the bride of Mr. K. M. Fisher, of Stanford in June Miss Penny is an girl, being the attractive daughter of Dr and Mrs. W .1). Pen-uformerly of Stanford. A most charming event in the local social circle was the linen shower given ou Saturday afternoon, at the home of Miss Julia Allen, for Mis-- . Cornie Penny, whose marriage in June has been announced. The pretty home was handsomely decorated in white and purple lilacs. During the hours of delightful salad course was served. The guests were received bv Miss Allen and Miss Penny Miss' Mien wore a beautiful gown of white manpiisctte over pink charmeuse, while Miss Penny was especially attractive in a flowered voile ocr light blue charmeuse ln one corner of the large dining room was a miniature fish ond. into which the bride to be cast her lincMid "caught" inanv handsome and useful present. Just before the gueit departed, M'ss Julia Allen recited the following appropriate line Sp il bowers bring May flowers, Ml the sages say ; Hut no sage has ever told us What the showers bring in" May Hut it v'c have a wish to know' Why, We can surely see What this May shower in the corner Here may really be Why, it is a fishoi's lxnid, And all the fish agree That thev will bite for not one else Hut the fair bride-lo-b- e So, Coruie lake this fish iiole And fish till the pond is dry. For it i filled with wishes true. And wills love is piled up high. y, -- U' Col-rni- l'i Ir I Feel Dull and Sluggish? Start GREEN RIVER Liver to Working The farmers in this part nf this comFoley CaIt beats all how munity arc gelling atonif fine. . Mrs Mattie Floyd visited her sisler thartic Tablets liven your liver( overHighland, come constipation make ou feel live. Mrs. I.li.abeth lliatt, near Iv and active again, J. L. Knight, Ft Militia) siuiimg W'irtli. Texas, says "My disagreeable C Gerkcy had 4 Mr. C S.iiont.iv- - nlubt. A lame crowd was vmplomi wrri entirely removed by the ilu-rmid thev all hail a nice lime, thorough cleansing Foley Cathartic Sunday school is going on at Fair-vie- T'tldcU gave me" .Thev 're a wonder. church. Would be glad to see ev- For sale by all druggists. erybody come Sunday. I'rayer meeting ' every Saturday night. Reward for Josh Tartar II ro.. Hallou will preach at Mt. Mo, Gov McCreary has offered a reward rlah Sunday. Mr. Maybiicr bad u singing Sunday of $JIX) for the arrest of Josh Tartar, who is charged with killing John evening', ' at lluruside. Circuit Judge J V. Wilson is still on the sick list. . asked that ihe reward, be of. . fered. Meat Children's Diseases Start With a Cold A Stubborn Cough is Wearing and Risk KeaUaasnekS feverUhucss, an iuflam. Letting a stubborn cough "hang ou" ad sltmat and spasmodic cough may he v whooaitw cttHgli is starting in. Give in the spring is risky. Foley's Honey It St Tar Compound heals raw inflamed Foley Honey and Tar promptly. beifis.tHC cdiMrvn so very, much, and surfaces; in the throat and brouhcial 7Mri.'Sblps, Kaymondsvillc. Mo., sayw lubes makes sore, weak simjIs sound raawhs from it mid it is and whole stops stuhlioru, tearing , ' 1 get' For sale vra asajHcine for whooping cough." ' cough. Kefuse substitutes. by all druggists. Fa ak by all mwslr ijrns.-k.lr w Fitz-pcral- d . McCreary Secures a Paidon For Son of His Negro "Mammy." dispatch from Columbus, Ohio, this week said Grinning his broadest and sounding the praise of Gov ei nor McCrearv, of Kentucky, colored Stephen Taylor, after prisoner, left tlie penitentiary' having been pardoned by Governor Cox and will go lo his home in Madison comity, Kentucky. His mother was the negro "niaminv of Governor McCreary and the Kentucky Governor pleaded for Taylor's pardon several mouths ago, Taylor was serving a life sentence for second degree murder from Hamilton county and has been in the prison four years. He killed another negro in a light and persistently asserted his act was in Steve has promised never to ic- turn to Ohio. " Mi'd rather slay down among inv ole home folks anyway, than up hejli m this country, he told warden llm mas as he leit the prison. Distress and Weakness Iriegul'ir, painful bladder weakness disappear when the kidney are strong and healthfully active. Take Foley Kidney, Pills fot that burning, scaling on-irregular, nainful action-heavbladder distress. You soie feeling-tuu- l will like their tonic- - restorative effect the relief from pain quick, good results. Contains no harmful drugs. Try them. For sale by all druggists. sensati- Relieves Bladdei His host of friends here at home Who Was in Fighting at Vera Crui, Scudder, Walker and Wray Sell Retjna surprised this week to learn thaf were To Be Built By L, & N. Before Geo. Holdlnt Wrltci from Seat of War Peavine at Repotted Price of $2,500 l Menefee, youngest son of Mr. and Of Fair this Year Mrs. J. N Menefee, Sr., of Stanford, The Knoxvillc, Tenii., Journal and The Lexington Leader Wednesday was married in Birmingham, Ala., last llrodhcad, May 8. Tribune prints a letter from Sam II. had the following nlmiit llm ,,f I week. His bride was a charming The fact became known a few days I'eyo, Jr, who is on the U. S. battle- Jgma Peavine, the great Scuddcr-Wal- young widow, Mrs. llallic Cameron, IM t.!- - the only daughter Cruz, which 1... tH.. iii.ll i; vvilltll IIOI..- OliropSllirC ship Florida, now off l.l.l. Ullljof a very prominent ago that llrodhcad is to have a new t young came over from Winchester to sec last ioiilbrrn family, her father. Col. before the dale set for the comis of much interest here as lloyd is a great grandson of Mrs. M. w cek having died but a few months ing fair. August 12 to 14, and no peoand has many . I locker, of Stanford, ago. On account of the bereavement in ple on ibis side of the way will be Kcgina Peavine, the great saddle-bre- d other relatives in this part of the state. marc belonging lo a syndicate of her family the wedding was scry quiet prouder to see it in course of crcctjou than wc will. The question of location 'Ihe Knoxvillc paper said. Lincoln county men,' was rciiortcd sold only a intimate friends and relaWhat is probably the first letter lo yesterday to William Shropshire, of tives there at Hirmiiigham, being pre- har not been fully decided, we underli is understood that Mr, and stand, but conditions will be improved ss"! reach Knoxvillc from era Cruz since Wincliestir, at a rcorlcd price ol that city's capture by the Americans, The sale is of unusual interest in Mr- - Mint fee wilt continue to make no matter where or what they build. i ih.il received bv Mr. and Mrs. Den rmvxction with the fact that Mr. llieir home- m llirminvliam, whrrr Mr We feel that the company knows llieir S Ko.vd from their son, Sam II lloyd, Shropshire's rctortcd purKisc in buy- Menefee is one of the most prominent best interests, and will locate the deJr, who was one of the gallant Jack-Tar-s ing the marc is to make her a "second reprcstnlalives of the big Shcrwm-Willia- ms pot to theirs and, our best advantages. Paint Company His host of to llael Dawn" from the battleship Florida I. A. Yadou, Superintendent of the friends back at his boyhood's home llrodhcad Fair Association, has charge m inc aiivaucc on vera ernz, Hazel Dawn is one of the most celeI lean The brated s.iildlc bred marcs thai ever en- will extend heartiest coiigraulattons of setting the new crounds in order. when it was taken last week. and will be ready for the carpenters in Knoxvillc boy was in the first party tered a blue grass show ring, and was aid good wishes. a lew nays. Some ol tl lumber is allanded, and aw the fighting from the rcceiills soldto the President of Cuba beginning lie with other comrades for W 500, For a number of years litis MANY TO GO FROM STANFORD ready on the grounds and no time will be lost to complete the work. The mafrom the Florida, was detailed to take famous mare had been entered in charge of the Mwer house and hold it, numerous show rings and had captured To District Convention of C. W. B. M, terial is on the ground for the fence, the driveways arc almost complete, ami s electrician on immmerablc blue riblmns in the he being a At- - Richmond Next Week the track will soon be ready for gradboard ihe Florida. saddle classes ing. the rcf- Although he modestly makes no Horsemen sav thai Mr. Shropshire's 'Ihe District Convention of the C W. ment Il isuse aintention of tlie manageto traction cnuinc and a crenei o u lt.it prf Ji? uad m t'e net- nes purchase lias nil the form, style II. M, Will be llCld at Richmond oil tle alul refers to himself in connection ami manner ot nacl Uawnf She is a next Tuesday and Wednesday A large road grader for making the track, which with the fighting in no way, his friends daughter of Ihe noted Rex Peavine. delegation composed of the following when complete, will be the best half here believe that he was m the front, andvvas trained by R S Scudder, of will go from ibis place. Mrs. M. H. mile tract north of London. Jacob Elder was in Louisville last and aided in the heavy execution of the McKinney, in Lincoln county, who with Salin, Mrs. W G. Smith, Mrs. W. P. Mexicans, knowing him as a young W O. Walker, of Stanford and Homer Grimes. Mrs. Eliza lllain. Mrs C E .vcek buying goods. John Isobins lias added much to the Wray. of Danville, were the mare's Talc, Mrs. Robert llrucc, Mrs. Milvvee, imn of bravery and energy appearance of bis drug store by in. Mr. and Mrs. lloyd, upon learning owners. Mr Scudder was also the Miss Jennie Hocker, Mrs, Will Haugh-mastalling an up lo date soda fountain. that ihe Florida's crew was in the owner and trainer of Hazel Dawn and Mrs. John llaitghman, Mrs. Lelia Mrs. Iltdltll Chestnut died at iTi lin,,.- battle, and that two from that ship sold her to Mr Shropshire several Cook. Mrs O P. Huffman. Miss Mag. of her son, J. J. McCall. in Marcts- were killed and many more were years ago, gic Huffman. Mrs. D. M. Walker, Mrs nurg last Saturday, and was buried ou wounded, were much worried over their P. Kincaid. C. E. Tate. D. M. WalMonday afternoon near that place. She son until the tisl of dead and wounded Thinks Kentucky Women Want to Vote ker and Will Murphy. The program was said lo be about ninety years old, was published. "Women arc strong for suffrage all for the convention is as follows: and l survived by several rli!blr,.n The teller of the young seaman 9.00 Song Service. and a host of friends and relatives. brought welcome reassurances of his over the slate of Kentucky. The trouDevotional Mrs. Lelia Cook ble is they lack back Iwnc. Thev arc Mr and .Mrs. hd Smith received n safety lo his parents. It is as fol intimidated bv their hnsh.-iml-t U'hai 9.20 Business Period message a few days lows Keorts of Auxiliaries, Circles and Smith's father, lames ago that nf Mrs. thev need is organization and they are Burton, " era Crur. April 24. '14. It.i. Mission Hands. going to have it." This from Miss Lily gan. a., was dying, and they immedi"Mv Dear Father and Mother: District KcNirt. . Ray Glenn, suffrage orcanizer in ately left for thai place. We learn Appointment of Committees. "Just a few lines to let you know tuckv for the coiiBressinn.il cntnmiiire I am O. K ' although the battle was of the "How llest Results Were Achieved" that Mr. Burton was dead when they National oman Suffrage assoPresidents of Auxiliaries and Cir reachrd his home. sonic rough So far, seventeen of our ciation Glenn has been in the Mr and Mrs. Oather Cox. of Orlanboys Imv i killed, and I do not slate two Mis cles. months and has organized 12 do, was visiting Mr and Mrs. A. E. know how many wounded, although counties. "What we need ise this statc.'l 1040 "Our New Plans" Mbright and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. only two of the killid were off of our continued Miss Glenn, in "is education 11 Campbell. during the week. 10 "Conservation of the Young Woship I'be Mexican papers state that we and lots of it We need money to The High School pupils will prehave killed about till, I don't know spend for it and literature. The woman for Christian Service" Mrs. C. sent "Better than Gold" at the school bow near correct this is. To tell the men have got A. lo think for themselves 11.40 Thomas. President. Ninth Dit auditorium Friday evening. Eserylmdy truth, they were falling like leaves instead of listening to what Henrv K "A Message" Mrs. n A small admission to attend. Payne. from the trees in autumn We arc in tells them The trouble is thev will be charged. Adjournment. the powerhouse hec, fully armed, five are afraid of their husbands and afraid Mrs. Julian Bnrdes. of the Copper electricians from the Florida having of ridicule.. In almost every house I Afternoon Mission Creek section, was taken suddenly ill Devotional Richmond been detailed to hold ami operate same. stop there i a woman who says, 'Say. 1..V) last Sunday afternoon but is better at Hand. I'very night, so far. we have had lo I'm for it all right but don't" let him 1.4S "Our Children Ellic K. this writing rewl 'v,irder and we steep on our krow" Allen Itiatt. of Quail, sold .1 fine Secretary Y. P Payne. National arms. Work, Mrs. Walden, Stale Secretary mare to John Slmtts. of the Bromo ''.A laughable thing occurred last Death of Mrs. Wv C. McFarland section, for $225 Y. P. Work. night Our orders were to shoot any Mrs W C McFarland. of Mr. 2.45 "Children's Little Mildred Robins has been quite TrainMissionary one refusing lo answer or hall when Louis Landram. tditor of sister the Danville sick during the week. ing." Mrs. John Arnold. challenged. In the darkness we dim-- l Messenger, died at her home in New P. E Shivel, the champion corn Song. discerned a figure lipping toward York City She had been ill for some- i.m "Their Programs" Mrs. Clcll grower of the county is selling seed our stronghold. It neither halted nor time, but her death was very unexpectcorn far and near, He has shipped corn Williams. answered at inn challenge and we ed. The deceased therefore let him have it Careful ex- the late Gen. W. was a daughter of JJ0 "Mission Sttidv Class"-Saxb- y. -- 1L M. to parties livane- in Garrard, "Madison J. Landram. of LanD. M. Walker, F. M Tinder. and other counties. amination of our victim disclosed a caster She was the wife of W, . II. llaugh. mill Mexican jackass dead on the Farland. LT. S. Army retired. C Me She is Auto Smashed By Interurban Car ground. Joint Evening Service survived by. her husband and one son. ..) Address W. C. Ilowcr. The majority of the police are kill-- Dr W. L. McFarland. of New York. John II. Welch, mer8.15 Adilrcss. "The Call of Kentucky" chant, and R. M Hunter, a merchant They were the ones that started Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mahan and II. W. the fight, their captain waving a sword Miss F.lizabcth and prominent politician of Nicbolas-vill- e. Mahan spent Sunday Bible School Day Wednesday. and oiling on them to shoot, which with Harrodsburg had a narrow escape Thursday friends Mrs. G. D. ft.Vi Conference conducted by v. F afternoon from instant death when the was a fatal mistake for him. for ere McCollum, of Junction City, has been Frazee. automobile in which they were riding bis sword had completed its circuit be spending a few days with Mrs. Ifugh Organization of the Bible school. was struck by an interurban carThe wa no more There were sixtv of them Tarkingtnn near this city. Danville 2. Special Davs. machine was demolished, but the occuup in tower, but we went right up and Advocate. .5. The Bible School Music. pants escaped with a few bruises and shot them suit 4. Adult Organization and ork. severe shaking up. "The men of the Florida led the bat5. The 1014 Front Rank Standard. Pensions for Kentuckians tle all the wav lii fact, thev weir the George Washington. May only ones ashore except some marines, .The Senate 9.J0 Bible Study and Prayer A. II. Kistmaster Mc Well has been appointed Uauph of Joyce. Casey county. until afternoon. The Mexican soldier-di- d Committee on Pensions rcorUd faof the Kingdom' llusiness not do much fighling In the city, vorably today an omnibus invalid pen- 1000I. "TheHilton. S. Keep Bowel Movement Regular many of the civilians were shooting sion bill that contains items to increase H. 10 Hi "In Business for the Lord" from roof lops and tower A von the pensions of Kcutiickians as folDr. King's New Life Pills keep stomS. Saxby would go alongs the streets, bullets lows Samuel Gibbs. of Flatwood. $16. the School ach, liver and kidneys in healthy conwould sing over your head, but it was lo S.V1; Salem Gillispie. of Spainev.. 10.45 'The Bible School and dition. Uid the body of poisons and of Prayer" D. M. Walker. 21 50 to $.V,- - William H Dickerson. of impossible to tell where they came from 11 15 Annual Message from State yvaste. Improve your .complexion by Horse Cave. $24 to Finally, we went through the houses Hurt, flushing the liver ami kidneys. "I got Worker W. E. Frazee. 0; George Miller, to the tops There we could lie on the or Lowell. SM to more relief from one bo.x of Dr. King's Roll Call. of Mt. Vernon. $12: Anna P Ragan. of roofs and beat them at their own game New. Life Pills than any medicine ebree. $12: Rebecca I. Higgins. of 12 00 nnounceincnt of Committees. ami inanv were picked off from these ever tried." says C. E. Hatfield- - of Adjournment. Mayft ille. SIS lo $20 and Mexander noints nf vantage. Fifteen Chicago, III. 25c at your druggist. Afternoon vcrc killed last night, and the city-i- Curd, of Danville. $30 lo $50. 50 Business Session: cpiiel todav. Will have to write more GENEVA (a) Minutes of Last Convention and laler on. as we are too busy at presNews of the Churches The rainy weather has stopped the annual Report of the Secretary. ent Love to all. At the Presbyterian church Sunday-Mapeople around here from plowing and of Committees, (b) "Your affectionate on 10. Sunday, school at 9.30 A. M fc) Convention Offering. planting corn. S M H. HO YD. morning worship at 11 o'clock. Rev. 2.00 "The Bible School an Adjunct" G Sam E. Yocuin sold to William AusYoung Rovil has been in the navy W T Overstreet. of Perry ville, will tin a young horse for $62.50. W Nutter. four sears, winning in that time for preach Young Peoples' Society at (.4S, Sam Coffman sold to Frank Martin Nutter. himself rapid promotion and an excelHealth Hints for Htttcr Living." EvOpen Discussion and Conference a milk cow for $40. lent record, lie hold the rank of s ening worship at 730. L. B. Peak has completed his blackPeriod W. E. Frazee electrician next to the liiuhen The fifth 'iimu.il assembly of the smith shop and ready to 3(0 "The School of Methods." accommo-ink attainable for an electrician Aside H. date his friends. R. League of the Kentucky Con- M: "Christian Education." from being an electrician, he is a niein-'i- r ference will be held Juiiy, 24 to Miss Mamie Yocuin spent Sunday Ciossfietd. of the team of the i7. The meeting will bring together a 4M Closing Prayer F. M. Tinder. wnhjicr mother Mrs ' Hzzic Yocuin Florida. He has never had a of d large number from alt at King's Mountain, Stanford, or drmeril during his term of parts of ;he state. Rev. Joseph H. Har. W F. Walls visited his son and famGov. Beckham speaks in four sears in the navv ily at Parksvilte last week lis. of NewHrt. president of the o'clock. May 9th, at He arris eil in Wvv York on the FlorConference', announces that the The IJeath Angel visited the home of ida from Furone rhriMmas week, and programme is Hearing completion. The Mr. Richard Austin and took from General New Notes Iof tnl rime visited bis mrcnts here G. Mann, of Lexington, will Rev. Thousands of persons, Confederate hint his dear wife on May 2, 1914. She Returning to his shin it was ordered preach the opening sermon on June 24. had onty been sick three weeks with ctcrans and visitors, reached o pneu.nonia. She was brought down in th"'cc is Porto Rico, and and the Rev. J. O. A, Vauglit wilt have Tue-dn- v for the twenty-fourt- h charge of tlie morning watch each day frrms there to Vert Cruz carl life She was 24 years otd and .iiir.ual reunion. One of the day'- - feaA team of EnwortlF League specialists was a member of the For fip virs nrir to his enlistment w?s the arrival of Gen Bennett She was a noble, good Christian church from Nashville, Tenn.. vvil lhave charge turesYoung, commander in chief. woman and was mi the "iv be romicctcd with the II, of the normal work. loved by all who knew her. She is surKi'OM'ilte Fleclrie Co Twc workmen were killed and 30 vived by her husband and two children, A dispatch from Morganficld, Union passengers and several trainmen were c me, a little baby, only three fteeks Thurstlie Couricr-.lourn.i- t' I. WN mowers and hose at FarriV. unity, to The Rev. injured bv the overturning of a sleep- old and her father and mother, sister t, Father T J. day saiding car and dining car of the Con- and brother and a host of friends mourn of New York, who Ins been holding a Catholic mission here, was tinental Limited train of the Wabash her less. Some Lancaster Postoffice Dope challenged as to certain statements last railroad while entering Dracteur, III. Political gossip m the hotel lobbies Chester B, Duryca, who murdered Coughed for Three Years yesterday was to the eftcct that Hon. night by a local ministei. the Rev Geo. S Kciinard, pastor of the Haptist bis aged father. Gen. Hiram Duryca, "I am a lover of your godsend to J. K. Mount, of Garrard county, U church This afternoon Mr Kciinard in New York, was removed in a humanity and science. Your medicine. now regarded as the most likely w Han open letter challenging straightjacket to a city hospital, folDr. King's New Discovery, cured my postoffice int r in the Lancaster race circulated for a the priest dtbate tonight. Father lowing what his keeper regard as cough of three years standing," says , which has been a contest of unusual Cnrtw right refused, saying religious signs of insanity. acerbity. A fncnd of Mr. Mount who Icnnie I'lcnung. ol iNew Uover, Ohio. good community That the parcel post is an accelcra-to- i Have you an annoying cough? It it was in town aid (bat Mr. Mount had controversy djd no were lo a present tonight llotli clergy'mtn of trade in the farming districts stubborn and won't yield to treatment? 'g me home and gone to bed without the courthouse, which was crowded was the statement made in an open Get a 50c waiting io bear the returns." His in little of Dr King's New Dis. the priest ani and Idler issued by Postmaster Burleson co chief opponent is said to be lion John to the limit when cry today. What it did for Jennie requested all Catholics and their friends in defending the system. Fleming it will do for you. no matter b'arr.i Mr. Farra was a member of accompany him lo llieir church. Mr of delivering, the amis how stubborn or chronic a cough maythe House of Representatives in lHJ, to; Ktnnard asked "all believers in free of The iiuestiou striking miners in Colorado to the be. It stops throat and lung trouble. Re. and Mr. Mount was a member this cell" to go with him to the Ilaitisl will be put up to scar The action of Mr. Mount is vot- sin The audience thus divided Cniled Slates army according to an- lief or money back. 50c and $1 at your church. druggist. the men themselves, ing for the insurance bill, is said to leaving the courthouse vacant. have dampened to some extent the nouncement by union officials. of his friends. Lexington Ftforts will be made by the InterCrab Orchard School Tax Notice Hard on Postmasters Leader. Postmasters who conspire to swell state Commerce Commission today to All stamps sales to increase learn more about the Hillard Company school parties who have not paid their ihtir istagc 37-- 2 Orchard graded SCM'FN doors at Farris'. their salary are subject Io conviction and its relation. with the New Haven school tax in the Crabbefore May 15th, district ou or for crime, tinder Ihe decision this week railroad. will have llieir property advertised for Dedication at Mt. Motiab on May 30th. of ihe Supreme Court, which held thai Col. Theodore Roosevelt and his exsale, in accordance with the law. O. Xriangements are being made for a Harold rosier, former postmaster ol ploring party arrived Tuesday at, Para, M. Lackey, Treas. 36-big ctUlualioii at Mt Monah ou Mav Hrcokfichl. Mass.. had been legally in Brazil whcie thev wire received by .Villi, Dav, when the ceme- dicted for a conspiracy. Foster was, public officials, lie sails for home on Monday li county court day. Bring tery there wilt be formally dedicated charged with conspiracy with certain Wednesday Mr Joe Gerkcy. of Highland, was in New York citizens to have the latter Uthcl Lorraine Bclmoul secured a the I. J. that dollar you owe and get town Thursday and said that a big buy llieir stamps of him. The trial court decree of divorce and alimony of $100 your name on next week' honor roll. crowd is expected and everyone will dismissed the indictment, and the Su- - a month from Raymond Belmont, son of Musicale at Turnersville have a nice day. Rev. J A Carr, of piemc Court held the lower court erred. August Belmont. Befriinding an old nun, apparently rea- - Lily Rockcastle county, will make The Morcland orchestra will give a the- address of the occasion, and other a beggar, brought a reward of $8,000 musicale at the TurncrJville church on Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? ink resting featmes will be ou the pro A cross, peevish, listless child, with to a Sunbury, Pa., couple who wete Saturday night May 9th. All invited gram, Admision 10 cents. coaled tongue, pate, doesn't sleep, eats made his heirs. Two hundred and fifty Mohammedan sometimes very little, then again rav- cipiiislv ; stomach sour, breath fetid, Albanians were crucified and ihen Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite? invaders at Kodra.' Helps Kidney and Bladder Trouble with diarrhoea; burped by A treatment of F.lcctric Hitters in pains in stomach, Everybody Satisfied creases your appetite; stops indigesijon grinds teeth while asleep, and starts n Everywhere people are taking Foley Hands and A real spring no witli terror all suggest a Worm Dull you can eat everything, Feet Due to Kidney Trouble Kidney Pitts, and are so satisfied they tonic for liver, kidney aud.stourih trou- Kiliei something that expels, works, Your kidneys need help when your urge others to take them also. A. T. bles. Cleanses your whole system and uid almost every child has them. Killer is uerdid. Get a lox hands and feet thicken, swell up. ami Keltey, Mcintosh, Ala., says: "I redid F.lcctric Hitters you feel fine. more for Mr. T. I) Pecble's stoiiiad 'sl.il Start al once. Yoiiwo'i have sou feel dull and sluggish Take Foley commend them to all who suffer from troubles than any medicine he eve .i eii'ix. as Kiekaixi'i Worm Killer is I Kidnev Pills. They are tonic sllmutat. kidnev troubles and backache, for liny confection FxneU Jhc Worms, ing and strengthrruitg and restore your ar? fine," Best tiling oan take for tried. Get a bottle todav. 5k- - and l weak batk and rheumatism. For c kidneys to healthy normal action. Try rn'c the ctu.e of vour child s trouble. Hucklcn's at your druggist. sate by all druggists. them. For sale by all druggists. s sour druggists . Salve for liczema, isvi-iTi. J,J-5ffirst-clasfive-gaitn, Jfi-nhe-MMrs-LouY.-dWat-lersoed Mrs. -H well-know- n 1 $40;-Willia1 s 1 2-first-clasxharn-sbootcrepri-menKelt-luc1 Jack-soiivil- lc 'Cart-wrigh, -2 Feeling-Swollebac-ach- e. -- NEW DEPOT AT BRODHEAD 'JttJMtii I n wi hi ii 'hi MJteaariuh w. THR INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KSNTITCKY FRIDAY, MAT Tke Iitcrior JtMntl Proprietor IN ADVAXCK e. t, 1114 '. Why not Made-to-lW-Ord- er PaintP SHKLTUN SI A M. KAUK1.F.Y Mix jour paint to suit surface and weather conditions and tint it so it blends well with the surroundings ol your noose. TEAU SMICTkY LTV Q' m Hfp4 JV H ANCHOR White Lead (Dlh Bo)f rloUf TfJMrk) and pure linseed oil mixed right on the job and tinted the desired colors make perfect paint. Vott get not only the colors yon paint so want but a fine it anchors into the empty sap pores and stays on till it wears sure-result ttetnj tlau F.nlntd if iSr juintnfUft it milt molltr. Stitrt of They've put u imc Kentucky on the prOitram UNDERW MM I fssiM ft" PV rwi RJ KtK H J lsl Bk r VPHsm B k TA IKLLh Hft lhwH pBxJ b M for n paper on the Kentucky bolon. ro many of our beloved brothers of tlic prcs nave aireauy Kivcn titcir own view of this much cumuI and dicncd animal since the adjournment of the recent icuiiaiurc, that we tear we hall receive scant applaiuc, if per. chance. we fail to coincide with their c pinions already c.xprccd. Thcrc'.i little news from the seat of wat IhU vvcik while the mediators have heen at work. Meanwhile the rebeW arc prpmnnj! to press on to Mexico C ity It Uncle Sam doesn't watch out, ilia will heat him to it yet. rrcM Annotation until crniR at lavvvm Springi thu Mimracr Mi.A M ft. J B You csn ett other plnt rruMtr hrrr, too. Come in nd talk paint now. The Mason's riatu. J RJBRRRRJpB P4 PENNY'S DRUG STORE 2 JP Look - Shoes - Shoes Come in and buy you a pairot SHOES -- Royal Blue Oxfords-T- HE BEST SHOE MADE We guarantee every pair. MEN'S $.1.00 OXFORDS LADIES' OXFORDS $1.98 $2.48 $3.48 $3 98 now $J50 now $4.00 now $5.00 now at at at at CHILDREN'S SHOES FROM $150 now at $.100 now at $3.50 now at $4.00 no wat 43c TO $2.50. .$1.43 .$2.25 .$2.73 .$2.8 This is the time to buy your shoes. miss these bargains. Don't Come in and make our store your first stop. Bargain Store SALEM BUY VERY BEST THE Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but And they will cost you 25$6 less than other high grade cranss. xcu us your paint neeas today and wo w ill eena you our BOOK fre: It gives prices and , uwer vaiuuuic imormauon. Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes mm Kentucky Paint Mf'j Corapaay, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Fine Hardin County Farm to be Sold at Public Sale on Friday, May 15th 1914 The farm and all personal property of the late John J. Rider, located near Sonora, Ky., on the main line of the L. & N.R. R., 55 miles south of Louisville, Ky., will be sold, for the purpose of winding up the estate. The farm is well improved, has a brick residence, is well stocked in every way and the work has been kept up so that it is ready for the purchaser to take hold and go right ahead with the crops. This is one of the prettiest and best farms in the country, and anybody looking for a farm in Kentucky should see it before buying. For further particulars address G. T. RIDER, care Scanlon Coal Co., 10-roo- m ry Louisvuie, Ky. RIDER FARMING COMPANY (INCOKl'OKATEO.) PAINTING TIME IS HERE HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT L.L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. SHELBY CITY nm 1I1 We arc still having plenty of rain, writing and farming i iiitjnn- - j al this to dblc almost. We would lil S'inie warm dry weather for awhile. Mr. anil Mm. 1). O. I.evvn. of More-- 1 land, were writing J. V. Drown and I family Muse Maggie and Mary Clarkon, and Iithcl Wright, were the ciirt ofi Misses Kdiia and Laura (tilliland. Mus Ora Janu- wa visiting Mis Fannie Gatldi at Howen. Mr. Albert Crabtree has returned to Middlrloro after a short visit with friends here. Mr and lr V. Clarkjon were visTHE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE iting Mrs. Amanda Gilliland Sundaj Very few women or men seem to afternoon. care to Tango or get Dancing lixcrcisc Miss Derniee Sprinkles was wriliiiK unless they are assured the freedom relatives at this place. from aching feet that Allen's Foot- -' Some people took advantage of the base, the antiseptic powder to be shak- weather hv getting their garden rainy en into the shoe., always gives. Since III eids planttd during the few prttty the tendency to hold Dancing parties davs of last week. has become almost a daily and hourly Root to relis.jh Mr and Mrs. Clias. Bender were necessity in every community, the sale ttvtf. ' UU from U guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dowen JT TAKES mure than a stock of dniKS and of Allen's Foot-kaso the Druggists! Sunday last. ' . ..!..! i.:.. I. .... i.. Il.tll!vU .1 (MC bu in lh IIIII'..IIV1 pxxl intentions to nuke :i good drug; llfOII. 1143 m M mark. Sold K cry where J5c Trial Little bylwa llrackett has returned tomdt ttw.gns MS here after spending several weeks with It mjuires an intimate knowledge wtjjjffil, luckagc FKFK, Addicss Allen li. Olm. h 1 Stanford relatives. stcd, LcKoj, N. Y. 1 Miss Luna Drown was visiting Mrs, and mixing, which comes only ahc II Cora Bender. E II J PAINT LICK careful study and experience. Your prc&crin- Mr Ray Clarksonran employe of the Q. & C. railroad was visiting his parGrant Metcalfe, who clerks for W. jl'c lions will be properly filled at our store. We j! ents at Junction City Sunday. Oldham, was at home Sunday to KING'S MOUNTAIN "Miss Klizabeth Brackctt was visiting ill hac every modern facility and w luww Ww. Having been connected with the Ins parent'. Misses Bculah and Anna Sprinkles on 1'carl Frisbee. of Gallipolis. school work at this piacc for tlic past is Mr. friends here. Sunday afternoon. with Master Thomas Coffey, of Dowen. three years and being in touch with Kice ti. Woods is enjoying his m m has liien isitini! hU sister, Mrs. Pence tlic parents tlirougn mc children and r-in-law Field White's auto. Kice seeing the interest expressed by both will have a new one of Ins own before 1LL Messcr T,,E REXALL STORB Messrs. Bernard I'ctcrson and Cal. parents and children in our noble work many mouths. vin Craig were down from Stanford leel they are due some encouragtinent. Mrs. John White is with her daughWe are certainly in a land of health ter. Mrs. Nice Woods. calling on their best girls. Gillilaud and prosperity. Mi!M" IMna and Laura of Rev. C. S. Klli. The Our town is located on the fj C, Mrs. daughter of Atlanta.. Ga., is the were in Harrodsburg Saturday. attending one of the busiest roads in the L. b. gutst Wliitcomb. Several from near here are of her parents here. the revival at the M. Z. church at and this railroad company i doing a Miscs Kliza and C'hastine Kuckcr, great work in the improvement of our Irocia Metcalfe and Mrs W D. More'aud and much good is being town by the construction of the sjilcn. , Convention at atttndcil the C Mr Ollie Duhcanan visits in our lid resirvoir and oilier improvements L'rankfort Saturday. that are nearmg completion. We have (own ipiite often. Drs. Cannon and Patrick have been Mrs. I Burke went to Danville on even stores doing a good business havUnin the RiH'kcastlc river on a fishing 1 uisday. ,htc and honorabli trip for ten jlavs. ing as proprietors. a Gilliland, gentlemen. Also two churches in good Minscs Kdna Miss lennic Higgins and Prof. R S lalie Drown and Mrs. Amanda Gilli-ian- d working order. May they continue to London enjoyed the meeting of the K. were visiting Mrs.K. Durke and grow and prosper Two good phv stcV.ms V. V at last week cousin. Miss Ktlicl Wright, who has Urs. C M. Thompson, and J D. Smith, Mr. 11. L Wallace attended the been st.nnic with .Mrs. liurke since the latter having recently moved here Initial of her aunt, Mrs FJiiabcth Hig the death ot her husband, the late F. from (norgia. 1 hrev hotels gins at Stanford last Tuesday. Durke. at which weary pedestrians always find The teachers and pupils of the gradMrs. G. Goode has bought J. S a welcome. A priming office doing a ed school making preparations for Figg's interest in the store here which nice business with prospects of a pros- the closing are exercises of May 22nt. has been run by Fiyg and Druery, since perous future and one of the best F.lder Hudspeth, of Lexington, is vacated by A." II. C. Dinwiddie. Go to artists to be found anywhere A hotding a ieries of meetings at the thrm. They will Supply jour needs at brass band has been organized consistChristian church. lowest prices. ing of our most energetic young men, Misses Alma and Mary Lear left Imm The Sunday school continues at the who are making rapid progress. We Mnndiy to attend the M Confederate ReM school house with very good al build-iMetre's have a $9,000 graded school "P "ttosm union at Jacksonville, Fla. attendance. u erected in 191J, steam heated, water r 1 Mr and Mrs Chester btaton and toilets, closets etc.. in fact one of the 1 xvk sister, Maud Coffey were visiting most modern school buildings to be Use "TU" For Sore Tired; Sweaty Feet b poe ctios relatives near here. found in any countrv town in the state "1 makes sore, burning, tired y mute! of We are" glad to see Mr. Henry Mes- - in which are emiiloved four teachers. A feet fairly dance with delight. Awav I A yomr foot i at tr, it btantonl, a pleasant caller in county high school was organized here the aches and pains, the corns, ft again. our vicinity blisters and bunions last year, which is ot great advantage in ili Mr and Mrs. Clias. Powell and chilto the adjoining country pupils, a it "Tu" draws out I1 CROSSETT Shofc dren, of Junction City, were visiting furnishes free tuition to all who have the acids and his parents Sunday. asscd common school examinations, poisons and puff Mr. Sam Gipson, of Moreland, was f which we have hid a number enrollup your feet. .W I S0U) X j:rj;A'y i?iting friends here. ed this term ,and from personal experiI matter how hard Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rice and children ence can truthfully say that we have as you work, how Aire the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis fine and intelligent a band of school " long you dance Xave, Sunday afternoon. $4 and 5$ boys and girls as will be found any how far 1 Mr. George Frederick has gone to where and are of the kind that will take walk, or how uudlow, where he will work on the idvantages of these glorious opportunilong j on re railroad, and one of our young ladies is ties as many have already done. The main on your looking awful sad. that King's Mountain is a bad rcirts feet. "TIZ' We are sorrv to hear the sad news place are surely a mistake. We admit brings restful of the death of little Lewis Drown, wh.o as in other places there have been some foot comfort fe'as drowned in a well some few days bad things done here, but again by per. "TIZ" is wonderful for tired, aching, past and extend our deepest sympathy sonai Knowledge know that almost all swollen, smarting feet. Vnnr vet int to the heart broken parents in this hesc things were done not by our citi tingle for joy; shoes never, hurt or STANFORD, their dark hourof sorrow. There was ens but by people from other places KENTUCKY seem tight. an angel band in Heaven, which was i von see vye are badly in need of offi. Get a 25 cent Nix of "TIZ" now not quite complete, so God called our cial protection. Having been residents dear one to fill the vacant scat. of this place for six years, know that from any druggist or department store. nnmiiiiiissii ve have a town of the best, biggest F.nd foot torture forever wear smallSAUFLEY er shoes, keep your feet fresh, sweet hearted friendly and accomodating citiThere lias been lots of rain through zens of any town on and happy. Just think! a whole year's .his part of the section, and everybody of our school children the map. Parents foot comfort for onlv 25 cents. don't be is very much behind with their crops. but rather full of courage and We were sorry to hear of the death our town, cnurches and schools will PARKSVILLE of Mr, Jackson Paagherty. .We syuv- .'row and nrr.rer Mrs. Sue Lane, of C'lovcrdale, Ind., latliut with his friends and rclat.vc ?her citizens, pleasecontinnallv. anrf tirn. Ky., never say anything is visiting relative in this place aim cry much. hat will hinder the growth and up- community, Mr. M. C Floyd has been in Somerbuilding of our .school and home, but set a few days on business. Ke. ivuy V. Chapin will preach al be loyal to the 1914. Mr. Sampson has been to Hanods-fi- g what we make same a they are just the i'rcsliylcriaii cnurch next Sunday them. 111 the eve uorning at 11 a few days visiting his sick broRights reserved to reject any and all Written by Trof. V C Gilliland and ning at 7.30. o clock and ther. Miss Maude Brown. Teachers. Contractors must furnish Bond acceptable to owners for I ne uintiiau Endeavor Sockty will Dro. Livingston will preach at Lo50 per cent, of amount of contract. neet at the Presbyterian chuich next gan's Creek Sunday and Sunday evenFight over Ownership of Dog 1 lie public is cordial. Contractors must be responsible for violation of all city Priuay- evening, ing. Near Pine Knot, Thomas Smith, sev y invited. I'he Sunday school, of Logan's Creek ordinances connected with work. liken-- ) ear-ol- d son of Joe .Smith, Mrs. J. L. Abel and two pretty The contest is is improving nicely. All measurements must be verified at building. Jead with a bullet hole through hi getting along nicely. Jean and Jane, arrived from There will be pravtr meeting at Fair-vie- heart and Dewey Gilreatli. was shot Louisville last Sunday and are stopping rniiNTY m church at Hall's Gap Sattrday hroiigh the lungs and spine, is a help- with Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Tucker. miivvwi AlililvllillJ VtUIA Stanford, Ky. uid Sunday school, Sunday afternoon less paralvtic and not expected to live Miss Klla May Saunders, the popuThe two boys, who were both armed, lar Stanford milliner ami her trimmer, it 1J0. net in the road and quarreling over tin Miss Margaret Dealt ly, of Cincinnati, Gnv. Beckham speaks in Stanford, Hay 9th, at 1 o'clock. Don't fail to ownership of a worthless dog, drew spent Sunday afternoon and evening their pistols and began a desperate with Miss May Cozatt. 2t dear him. duel with the tragic result above Mr. Clifford Feathers, who holds a retponsible position in the L. Xr N shops at Louisville, was up to see his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. (i. Feathers MAY PROVE FATAL last Saturday night and Sunday. When Will Stanford People Learn Thr lr. J K. Mccle. Mrs. Steele and daughters, Misses Mary and Ada, of Importance of It? Junction City, Prof. John W. and Mrs. (ctMlly l.Q tmi mill!nfillaat Llackache is only a simple thing at Ravvlings, of Danville, were with Mr tnu7kiiitmr and Mrs F. Ii. Westcrfield and Mr. J. from mm orlwo tbal first; Hi ski I0 Uut if ou find 'tis from the kid- - I. Westerfield. last Sunday. tai t4 un4rIt bwwl. Miss l.ula May Hays was in Louis, ML BELL'S neys; l'liat serious kidney troubles ma) ville last week attending the meeting of the Kentucky Kducaiional Associafollow; ppU4 rlfkl twiT would Hut dropsy or Uright's disease may tion. She returned home last Sunday klll4 IkoM Itw Hlkigt Ib.M nJiUoai from btai bora, morning. Miss Hays is now teaching be the fatal end. finn a ttc. tgi tlhn ttiv r.ad? lor .m.r. the closing wctk of her scIhxiI at the ftscui, Mk lot Or. UfUl Amup4 Svtvm. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. .011 will be glad to know the Hall on the north Rolling Fork. "TH H Br Tfc. .H" experience. Master Jack ISeagli-- , son of Mr. and Tu the honctt statement of a rei-ii- il Mr and Mrs. Ji, II. lleagle, who seA this locality. ; T. 1). Martin, painter, Rowland. Ky.. riously injured himself by the exploav "1 have had kidnev trouble for sion of a dynamite can and was com- , he past two years. My back ached pelted to have one of his eye removed o badly that! could hardly straight-1- 1 to save his life, is now at home, and after tooping. I became weak and we regret to state, is not improving as Manufacturer rapidly as his family, physicians and 1.1U diziy spells, I was also very lanand Dealer in guid and 1 was troubled by having to friends had hoped he would. A't up many time at night. The kid-le- y Hick-Cla- ss secretions vvere cloudy and often ery painful. Uoan's Kidney 1'ills UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Original Designs and Prompt Service .vere the onlv thing that gave me any Gusrintee Quality Connections at all 't lief. I highly recommend them." Dealan Granite and Marble Quarries. Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply Fwnlturs . Furnl- - UNKRTAXE AM UHULMM and Works on Cemetery Hill kidney remedy get Doan s Hairs Hair JUmwm- - ewrUUjr step Office i for a tw fsr all KMt Closed on Saturdays Sidney Pills the same that Mr. Mar-- n ftUfegluir. No deU start R watt-eve-r. Mtjsk Telephone No. 164. had Co., Props., Yob will wrriy U ittfait4. Buffalo, N, Y. t. STANFORD, KY. HONE 42 ITANFMt. KY, tTAWMt, KIHTtMKY. J - vWil There isn't a garment a man wears that dives him more nleasure . .1 !!., 1 t u nis mm, man a uiNiuiN sun. r ntlAi AV.tm IJiuiKmiv, ciLLurumy iu now UII.L. A Union Suit must fit, and when it does fit you, you have the most delightful garment a man ever wore. To get a fit you mmt vvcui uainiuiiis ui iiiiiuy repuiauon. muiNSiiNU WLnn ana B. V. D. are known the nation over for thn romfort thp.v tf ive the wearer-So- ft, elastic and never bind at $1, $1.50 and $2 the'svit. SHIRTS and DRAWRRS-..Wrnn ;rimj vnn nf 0r knit-Un- ion a garment in close or porous Suits and Shirts a Drawers-- all sizes from a boy's 24 to a man's 50. You will need summer underwear. Come to us and get Wear. n As- - nndirfi H. J. Mc ROBERTS ' A Good Drug Store f m fH M I mJs5rA UfVM fiC e, WF stfr I Sj JflPpuailM I ,JB ' - brothe- J4 Penny's tDruy Stert 'JH JH M M 9 - man-ifeste- Ham-mac- -- and-Laur- CR0SSFJT SH0EI JfeSjJ f M jf ton-sori- "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" 'Mfat fore. fcsyorf ' pr J ffiH tiS ! H L n i" f jfVf lSm I raLjKTL, I y Jr I "1 rTrn A-- H s, Sk f7 I J X I ri r M 9 '' "ihI K K H H H I V Tvl ROBINSON'S i i 1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS f Plans and specifications for remodeling and repairing, heating and plumbing the Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, have been received. Bids on the proposed work will be received until May 15th, bid. - chil-Jre- w NrniN vvviii mat ihnai raw c.c.rtH, BLOOD POISON American Field Fence and Barb Wire W. E. PERKINS, J. C. Antiseptic Salve HARRY JACOBS MMweits J. L Beazky & Co., Mtkry 1 i ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssK Krt StOKfalngflair Kostcr-Mllbur- n 37-l- lxtM if Mat!, b 5I m. fmfU n ,i JW r TH ItlffitlMH IMTH101 JOOHWAL sTAW TOKP, KKHTUCKT. FRIDAY, MAY , 1914 Mr.'i m , "f and Mr. a ,1"'le HiVi , ki;.i t Ml Mt, up i BBw lOOK ttv&tt reti n if-- tw bec k hH Mms feeen verv hwej and ia still LAroniliiei! TIT Mr. if, f i 'T:f i ! A. loll F.wjinitr ef tK Chrittfan am lHWM Ky an who She tva on WW, who never f the few the seed ninth.l. .11. I mt tartf of Ihe infirnti. "." of Mgft mm! w buried at that pile MtiiUqr IiM, bhe wm mrsl Mr., fi ir ,f Ifk "" '" ;ipiitf:h: MM he Im show in the been in for H1m SPECIAL TEN DAY SALE TAILORED SUITS AND DRESSES Beginning Wednesday, Nay 6, and Continuing Until Saturday, Nay 16 We Will Offer Many Very Exceptional Values in Ladies' Fine Outer Garments. 3 r- at - i htw hr. Kct 'y olil, twM i a tM any cfMwil any rH torrhe vi ine no in. v lltrrln no. life core t the It irsTvicncs Her ') -- rru Mr.' is vis her old Week, - nhert motored Tuesday anil hroiiiilit home ire. of Lakeland, visit- tveek. Ltxinuloti. who 'Mrinc nan to see Irtr, Mollic Ilurgin tins y estnut at Marrts. Collier attended Come Early as the Very Suit you would like best may be the very one some one else likes Jul LTu Mr I t ill ..,M1 VI ". her parents, Mr. and Mr. J If Oil-liProf. Everett will join licr in a liiri time and tjiey will visit liii par nils In Cincinnati, O. Jiidnc Joseph Maece and Herbert Hell have pone to Liinxton to do some iMinting and paper hanging in that city. .Mr. Haker l.ns again moved, thi time into the home with Mr C'nltnn Miss Katie Napier and her brother, Henry, of Paris, ate the guests of their omit Mr. .Anna Kapier. Mm. Dr June is in London, tisit-ii'her father's family for a few da ii-i." "" ! rr TAILORED SUITS. RTC A "Spent Km J and Mis Mffie SuiwT.1.fith hit daughter, Mr, Dnrward Singh (on at Danville Miss Catherine Helden was the guest of Ml Annie Kirk last week The tad new reached here Tuesday tuoriiiiiii of the death of Mr Jack Daiighrrty. Ilr hat made hi home m .Somerset with hi inter for aloiit four tsars, lie wa the ton of Kev Daugli-rrty- . Mr. Uaucherty leatcs a sister Mild a host of fnrnds'to mourn the lo In of a good brother and a loal good friend, who ha gone lo the tycat lie was a iHd Christian Uiy and always attended church and Sun-da- v cbool. He has Iktii a member of llic Millimiit ilnirch for alwm twen ty )ear. Ilie mp.ithy of a lesion of frtcmW K'M' out for hit sntcr and hi Ic.vrd tmrs in their irreparable He is jul aero the silent rier, over in Heavenly land where there' not the a piin or parting that will Rnee God's cIkxcii band Mr Dink l".irmer attemled the ale of J. M Iur Um week and Uniuht a fine milk oiw Little MiM llessie and Lena Kirk fpent Sunday with Mis ICffie Fanner. Mr. Otinrard SinKlcton. of Danville i the recent Riicst of her father, I'nclc Dink Farmer tin week. Mines Fthel and IIcimc Ilrackctt ptlt Saturday and Snniljy with Mute Oca and Chloc Farmer Ihe Hi'thlaud ball plaer beat the Nul't Creik Ikv 75 to J. I think all of our Seal's Creek boyt are, on the Iran Mr. Hart) Fanner and Mr. Wallace Ilrackctt spent Sunday with Mr. Jess AIrliMk Farmer NEAL'S CREEK $23.75 $19.75 $14.75 PARTY DRESSES At this uniform price we will let you select any suit we have in slock that sold at $40.00, $35.00 or $32.50. The very best suit we bring. Finest tailoring best styles finest materials. All of the most wanted colors. s, At this very low price you may select from about fifty of this season's latest style Suits in Serges, Crepes, Poplins, Silk Poplins, Etc., in black, blues, tans, greys, tangos, greens, etc. The regular prices of these are $29, $27.50 and $25, but during this sale choice $19.75. At this price we offer choice of about forty very desirable Suits in new materials and colors and embracing all the Season's Latest Shapes and Colors. Regular price $19.75 to $22.50. Cre-pon- Wool One-Pie- ce Dresses Wc will offer a number of Misses' Party Dresses at a very low price to close. All Over Net dresses at $3.95, vChiffon dresses at Uailored Suits last season. S3 and $0 of Suits carried over from Io. $5 and several odd Lace and Chiffon dresses at half price. Silk Shirt Waists $1.50 We offer at these very low prices two lots We offer one lot of about forty odd Silk, Crepe and Chiffon Shirt Waists that sold at $3.50, $5 and $6; at choice for $1.50. Separate Skirts $2.50 We will offer in this sale choice of a lot of odd skirts that sold at $5 to $11.50 at choice for $2.50. $10 Raincoats $7.95 We will offer during this Sale, Only, Raincoats made in the latest style with Raglan Sleeves of finest double texture sifk Canton cloth in Tan, Navy, Gray and Black at $7.95. Those are high grade and are waterproof and worth $10. Choice of about thirty suits that sold at $12.50 to $20. $10. Choice of about twenty suits as fine quality in every way as we ever bring, the regular price running up to $35. The skirts are wider and coats more conservative in style than those of the present season and for these very defects may suit you better than the present extreme styles. $5. offer at very low prices during this sale. Tub Dresses We have left a few choice dresses made of very finest quality pure wool, light weight Crepes in the season's LATEST shapes, which we will one-piec- e We will offer a small lot of Gingham House Dresses that sold at $1.25,at choice for 65c. Also a lot of finer dresses that sold for $2.75, $3.50 and $4.50, and offer choice for $1.50. Silk Shadow Lace Shirt Waists The infant child of Mr. and Mr Drllie Hail died Tueil.iv TTir lmt,oie only remained a day or so. ami then returned to the fiod. who cave it. 'Ihe ierracd lurcnlj hae much )' in Farmer i - Mr and Mr. Mosc Adam, of Sum crMt. attended the funeral of her broth-c- r. Mr Jackuin DaiiRlicrl. Mr V It DaiiKhcrty ha returned Kmie after a few dat in Somerset. I'ncle Dink Farmer and Mr J. C Fanner were in Ki'iik' Mountain on Wednesday on btiine. We arc lad to see A. II. Mor-tathroiiKh in hi new car. hxk out for the wedding bell are pou lo ring. fmi. nc btit more than one, of what we can hear and ee. their lo. .)in-path- We will offer our newest We call special attention to three lots of Silk Dresses, priced at $15, $19.75' and best Shirt Waists-ma- de of all silk Shadow and $22.50. The materials are finest Crepe Meteor, Crepe' du Chene, Chiffon, Lace at $4.95. These are Taffetas, and Pussywillow Taffetas, in all desirable colors, We consider these a11 $6 and $6.50 waists, and the very latest word the best values we ever sold in silk dresses. in shirt waists. SILK DRESSES $4.95 pins ti 3$F' DUNCAN nice rain Moml.iv preached at the Saint church Saturday and Sunday. There ieie ccral present, Mr. limmic and lona Horiic are their Brand parents, Mr and Mrs. J. (. Smith. Mit Iilirabith Collins i improini; fiom an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. John flooch tisited her mother, Air. Itnland Sunday. Mr Tom Meade and Waller Sim, of thi place, attended church at King'. Mountain Sunday n.Rhl. )ill,i Falconberry i Mis oayinc with Mr Will Harts and family, of Kev. I.octt A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE The U'Kislatie appropriation in states for road iiiinruwineiil are jjhrtt :n follows" "Alahama, $700,. I.O0, Arizona, ?SJ5.724, Colorado, $375.- Otw, Dilaware, $110,000, Idaho. $275.- Illinois. $1,.WKI,(KXI, Iowa. $7,110,000, Kentucky $25,000, Maine. $1,540,000, Massachusetts, land, $3,700,000, $2.47.315. Michinan, $4,183,972 Minnesota $572.254, Mississippi, $l.720.(HiO; N'etv lersev. $750,000, New Mexico, 1AS7.l4j New York. V,.(Xi0.0lX). North (.Vt.itiu. nearly $5,000,000. North Dai. kota. Sc.3(i5.0(X). Ohio. $3.s00,000. $.l.28,000. Pennsylvania $3.500.(KX, $1,000,000, South Carolina, irsi'iiia. 11)14. -Ore-koi- vis-itii- iu HbtttooltlX ghwto i KENTUCKY .lr. Virnil Thompson and Mi Frank Smith were amonc those that attend Notice (0 Skaters. rd church Sunday nijjlit. Mr lila Vinson snctit last Sitml.iv There Ims Iktii m much complaint with Mr FatRine Faleonbvnv of the practice, that the cit lirohiliitiiiK kkaliiiK on the sidewalk GOATS FOR SALE of Stanford, will he rigidly enforced To reduce my flock 1 hae a few on. A. 11. Florence, Major. Koats for sale. To one who has "'bush" from now land they are better than a grubbing hoe, more profitable and hardier than Stales and Roads sheep. Fearless of dogs and belter An ilhiniitutiiiK example of v hat browsers than cither sheep or cattle To clear land, thev nrc invaluable. Call Kentucky is doing for ijood roads a. compand with other Mates is supplied on or address. J II. QUINSRNMCKkY. Mi;r., Arabia. Lincoln county, Ky.. in a compilation liy the Goods KotuN Year Hwil. of the funds aailahle for ?) 8 Itailroad tation, South Fork, Middlrburi. about $i,000,tKX), aportionnnnt of $25,000 which tfocs to the supiwrt of the State ' Department of Public K'oads. looks diciionsly small when compared with the amount named in other "states. tucky's financial condition is such as to preclude appropriations tor road building or any other purpose not absolutely neoeisarv to the conduct of State at fairs ami institutions. The recent I.cnis. lattire made few appropriations. In that respect ii was wiser than its prcdcccs. sors. It is not a sensible procedure to make latish appropriations from an . ri-(Ken-Mart fl.()il." KintucL' ami Wisconsin, $1,-ari- empt), depleted treasury. 'I here is not much prospect of Kentucky puttiiiK up an annual lump sum fur road buildiim as is done in a great many states. The recent Legislature, howeter. pissed a State aid lull which leties a special road tax and will accumulate unite a rcspectablevsimi which can he applied to road building in connection with counties which issue bonds or otherwise raise funds for the The money, when available, will hate all the force and effect of an appropriation and will enable the state to undertake some rial road improvement. Conned Journal. pitr-iws- e. I 11A K a draft stallion, George TREES llur, Jr., that will the season of Strawberry plants, fruit and shade 1914 at my place onmake Somerset pike the tiees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape at $10 to insure. Will Mso stand one vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed po of the best mule jacks in Kentucky at inioes, etc. liter) thing for Orchard $10 to insure. Enrique will also make anil garden. Free catalogue. No agents the season at the same place at $10 to 1841 H. F. Hillenmeyer L Sons 1913 insure. He ts the finest little Shetland Nurser.tmen since 1841 in the state and has won ntcr them all. M. S. Hatigliman, Stanford, Ky. Lexington. Kentucky Hon. J. C. W. Beckham Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for U. S. ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY the one place you will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. ye have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. is Senator LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING GOLF I Will Address Lincoln County Voters in the Court House at Stanford on OTHER NOTED RESORTS Hcndrunvill, WayncivilU, Hot Bnvtrd, Saluda. Flat Lake Toxaway Springs, Kork Tjrron, MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Saturday, Nay 9 Beginning Promptly at 1:00 P. M. SOUTHERN OPRAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER THE SOUTH Fr further Information local Mat, or aiMrOM, B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Loui.vlllo. Ky. Everybody Invited to Hear Him " ijii ..., ir t TH ..-..- - INTERIOR JOBRWAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIBAY, MAT , 1H ' mmmmmmmf Jfoffood tSzzsness todresstoeff Good clothes BKK LICK l' The fanners are ready to put corn in this section. Mrs. Dm id Proctor is still in had health. Mrs. W. v., Ta)lor keeps alxntt the same. Mr. Kllicrt F.Mcr and family lsitrrt T C. Ilamni and Miss Josic Hasty, of yuan Mimuy last, Mr. and Mrs. A. li. Proctor visited lus father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. David rnxtor SMinday V. A. Proctor and wife iitcl Ins lolm Strintcr, Jr, of this place Sunday Ial. Mr S (). Proctor and family Nisitcd liis lirotlur, Alex, of Quail Saturday night Mi. M. XI Taylor was In Louisville last week. Dr. II II. IsAacs and family xisitcd his father, Dr. G V Iaacs at Wood, slock last Saturday niRht. Morris Talor and Arthur Scott were in Ottcnhcim one day last week on & t 'Lv sg" IbW liMV'EtiBglgggBh l TRAVELING SALESMAN Dressing DRESSES SUCCESSFULLY. well helps EVERYBODY succeed. People SEE you before they speak to you. They first judge vou bv the way you LOOK. (Jur'clothes FIT, FEEL, WEAR and LOOK well. The PRICE is as LOW as GOOD A successful i. uwens is leaching a singing scnooi at jtov i rncc. Mic flertha ami Jessie Sowiler. of tins place, visited Miss Mav Cummins of Quail Saturday night. Dr. J C llrnvvn was through this part a few days ago ilnina ome work. Mrs, John Stringer, Jr. lias ren her father. Mr John V Proctor of Quail. Work Done by Quail issue of Farm and Fircsiilr si contrihtiUir sas that the chinch ling costs the farmers of the I'mttd State t least $lfURum) n j car annus means for fighting these lings have hcen devised but their most successful enemies are the birds of tin air. In regard to the natural ie. sinner of this insect nest the .inttmr of the article writes as follows; If the law of the survival of the fittest amdics in all cases, it is reason able to hcliec that the ultimate check-to the propagation of the chinch lnij will come atiout by the birds that eat them at all stages of their life history tllOIIC the birds that r.il millimi nf thre petti may le mentioned the quail. me meadow iarK. aim me sparrow If the -- lunch is to be practically eradicated r mint depend upon the ef foils of the ipiail, as his home is in the bnviilliug grounds of the chinch bug. Nwada things that are done have a ccUain degree of the idea of permanency about them, hence the first step in the permanent destruction of the chinch bug is a more complete protection of the (mail that assists also in lowering the losses caused by the cotton weevil, the grasshopper, and the potato bug It is claimed that the frost and freezes within the past fortnight have partly m'ii the current iutnr. v We Have the Largest and Best Assortment s.j. Buggies, Depot Wagons, Runabouts, etcEvet "M"MM""i"""i"""i"iiBMMMMisssWBMMlsiiliiiiiisMMMfc Shown in Danville. Every Vehicle is Buijt by Competent Workmen and in the Most Service able Manner. We ask you to call and see themi We will save you money. n - e,Viaai"a,aaiBBM,aDa,aiaoBOB'aaaiB'iMiB'B'l'BcMKwwAiKBS m in 12 ol t to Worn WE ARE PROPERLY EQUIPPED We Have all Accessories and Supplies for Automobiles. T 1. 1 iT: WZm STUFF can be sold for. ill We will not palm off an old style HAT on you. We will fit you in Shirts and Underwear. Oxfords for Men, Women and Children. My entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing at cost. Straw Hats for everybody. C0 to do the Our work is done under a ll l'l m ill Highest Class Automobile Painting Positive Guarantee And Our Establishment Enjoys the Reputation of Making Good in Every Deal We Have. Years of Experieice Back Oar Jwlpteit. oao J. r. CUMMINS. Stanford, Kentucky '& CBO Opposite Court House, II ! ill ill 13 1 and Repairing CCiM&tsssOtssaciVCSSMOOOafOaOtsssWOC0OaBlCSaoaas0oaOsssB.OMC4ssOSOtsss i t . wmi l Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! Single Comb White I shorn. Black Orpington, White Rock and Ulue s Indian Knnncr and Wild Mallard Duck. We Imve finest Andalusian. ever owned, and arc in a position to furnish eggs that w ill hatch winners and layers. Send orders ahead if ou want eggs delivered promptly. F(?gs from prize mating $500, $4.00, $J00, ?i(J0 and $1.00 per fifteen. We can spare several nice S. C. White Leghorn cockerels at $5.00 each if taken at onre. LOMBARDY HEIGHTS POULTRY FARM Jno O. Rfid, Prep., Stanford. Kv. mat-iilK- mMm orssoaBOMeotsmovooM6SHoCivoBoeMBosaaQaBosaoMsOAswrr mc cBcotooessoasosB"aif t mooaosacnoacoflmcaicauBcMtac o c 9lvfco ciosiosa c 1 TO THE PUBLIC I madr-lo-ordrr . h(l& cm top that waste R P Jit stalks and husks from your crop represent just so much life taken out of your soil. If you do not use them for feed and return them to the ground in the form of fertilizer you are getting poorer every year. If your fields and barn yard are THE littered with stalks and your grouna is growing less fertile season after season yon need an IwlM5Mi3njWp? It vrill convert all your corn from the ground level to the tassels, into fresh, succulent feed and it will keep your cattle in prime condition all year round. Best of all it will pay for itself out of what it saves for you in a single season. There will be another winter before long, with high priced feed and hard work in zero weather. Why not get ready for it by erecting an Indiana Silo before next harvest time. We're got a mighty rood proposition to nuketa money saver. livc ua vnwHCT tou rtabt to tell you about it. repiesent the largest and best clothing house in this countryEd V. Price S. Co., Chicago. Ill, My experience in measuring and directing the making of your tlothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If vou will give mc otir order 1 will promise jou a square deal You will get the worth of jour money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are r.ow ready for your inspect ion. Call and let me show you H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. injtirs.il ilie fruit crop Tlic orchard HKii claim that the lnulilcil pcaclics are scxerelj injureil. while the seedling lunches are only slightly damaged. Clt'ur fruit crops are not o scxercly in althoiiKh orchardmen dani.iceil. sniur localities maintain that pears and How-er- r. plums are more or less injured. I have Iloone County White the fruit rtixirts from the various and Red cob corn from the crops sections of the State are conflicting, of 191.' alo Rod's Yellow Dent :t is prohahle that Kentucky will ami crop of 1913 which has been carehave a part of a crop of all arieties. fully hand picked as well as alt other farm seeds write for 'am2n-- 4 ple and price, COMMISSIONER'S SALE W. BUSH, NELSON, Lexington, Ky. Central Kentucky Carriage Co. DRNVILLE. or to beginning containing less. Tl is sale w 1 i. SMU iE.1 ? INCORPORATED- - KENTUCKY Go To acres more SEED CORN! pose ot division of the proceeds among the children of the defendant suhje-- t to mortgage for the sum of $.124 with in t'crest from January 1, 1910 at 6 per cent. This sale made subject to foregoing mortgage, for which a irtion of this land has been subjected. Said sale made on credit of six months, purchaser to give bond, with ecurity bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale with lien retained on laud sold with force and effect of judgment E. D. PENNINfiTON, M. C. L C. C. April 0, 1914. 33-3- F ill be made for the pur T. D. NewlancPs Opposite Court House for SEED CORN, FIELD SEED and Garden Seed The "Dazey" Churn. Mr. W. II. Higgins: gSF .At New Goods Display MATTINGS, DRUGGETS, WINDOW RUGS. SHADES, WALL PAPER AND EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE HOME COZY AND ATTRACTIVE. COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING. NEW W. P. KINCAID, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. BLEUCHER Record 2:29 4, Trial 2.14 2:27 Half Brother to Lula A'atts ol hands foaled 190o. Standard Registered 3-- 4 46158 t) 18. Trotter. Hrown Stallion, about Alex .,ne VL. 2.2T 15 3-- 4 tn QO Silent Brook 19709 -2 o B Record 2:10 Site Hilly Burke 2:03 Shawbay 2.07 Meadow Kiiima. Brook 2 .09 Brook 2:09 4 Zarrine Lady Bellbrook 2:07 2:10, etc. 3-3-J. 5 i j Noondav Brightlight Bv St'. Iilmo 275. 2 08 Dark Wilks 2:0"; Great Brood Marc. Valpa 2.09 etc. i Harry Clay 45, 2:291-2- . Jenny Clay J Sire of 4 dams of 50. Ireat brood marc. Norwood Belle By Norwood 522. Daik Night 2A58 sue of 24, inc Searchlight 2 03 Sire of CO, dams of 65 hlokr 24457 1 Sire of ilreuda Vorke Native Belle (3) 2.0o CQ Clavo Dam of Lala Watit (2) 2 27 Blcuchir 2 29 tr 2.17; u( of a half sister to Silent Brook 2 04 Fcnio (4 2 OS 2. ' , j Barmi Wilkes 4758. 2:18. Sire of 12 in 2:10, etc Queen Fthel. Uy Silver Silk 216 Monrico V (3) 2.09 Bcttie Clay Wilkes Nutwood 8,000 2.24 Sire of Carl Wilkes 2 04 I Half siiter to .Silent Jenny Clay. Rcildie Clay Brook 2.06 By Harvey Clay 45. and Lilly Clay Dam of Silent Brook (4) 2 25 dam of PmeJ-2Reddie Clay (4). 2.16 2:25 etc. J 4. (3)27 2 08 Dam of Bmnps 2:03 3-- Strathmore 408. Susie 4 2. etc Shawbay 2 07 Silent Brook 197c9. 216 Meadow Brook 2()' sire of B'llv Burke 2.03 SilZarrine 2.07 Lady Belbrook 2.10, Butter Brook 2.10 F.nima Brook. 2.09 Hetty Brook 2.09 etc. ent Brigade 2) 2 10 Margaret Bathgate (4) 211 etc. Sired dam of Clutt) Dirict (4) 2.07 anil was gramrim ot True ills ilam, Jenny Llay, also produced Keddie I. lay J. (winner Kentucky Putunty.) Vorke M) 208 4 (Hittint Aloko 244S7. sire of Fereno 2.(b Brenda filly) 2(U (champion 3.) car-olwinner.) (3) 2:06 winner,) Native Belle (2) 2:07 4 (3) 2.07 (Futurity winner) (4) 2 Ik? Susie N. (3) 2.09 Manrico (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (Futurity winner) etc Sired Gomoke 2 10 Mobel 2 10. Mochestcr 2.10 Momaster. 2.11 Siliko (M 2.11 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) 2M dams of the Harvester 2.01 Martha Tipton (4) 2.0"; 1.4, O'Neil (3) 2 13 Huron D. 2.10, etc. etc. Brother to Bumps 2.031-last quarter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal Crueller 46,158, record, trial mile 2.14 half in brown hoise, and will weigh 100 pounds. He greatlv rcemllrs his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo by the great Futurity sire Moko A grand combination of two of the lest race liore families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very little training, .and .most of that bv anama teur It certainly looks like tins horse is ot Grand Circuit caliter, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. BLFl'CHFR is a perfect type of road horse, good guited with perfect manners .wears no lioots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stallion Road Class for 1913, and is cuncidcd by good judges to be the be.it road horse out this year. into the best families of the 'litis it a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed trotting blood. Look this horse's bretding over and see how many they have in the list bolh sires and dams, tin. srasin of 1914 at my stable in Lancaster. Kentucky, at Th s great trotting stallion will make 2. 3-3-3-3-- n i- -i. 3-- (i 4, 3-- d 2. 4. 3-- 4, 1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Ucfts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered by 1'frst National Hank, of Stanford, Ky, l'lff. the Lincoln Circuit Court at its June, Lincoln Circuit Court Commisvs l'JU lerm the undersigned I. A. IVHcr etc.. Defts. sioner will on Pursuant to a judgment of the Liu Monday May tub, 1QM coin Circuit Court entered at its Court) at 1 term 1913, the undersigned Com liirst day Lincoln Circuit o clock 1. M. in trout of the Court sioner will on Stanford, Ky., otfer ioi Hultse door in Monday, May Uth. 1914 sale at public outcry to the highest and lictt bidder, the loUoning laud in at I o'clock P M., in front of the court Lincoln county, K., on the waters of house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for lluck Creek sale at public outcry to the highest beech and best bidder the following land in 1st Tract. Beginninc at theuce 25 poles to K,piar auu white oak. Lincoln county, Ky., situuttd on the I S .'5 li M lKiles to white oak, and Prc:.cliersvillc pike. Lincoln County, iituulc N 25 l: 80 !oles to hickory and Ky., and known as the old Abraham ' W 72 poles to stake in place and the land bought by M. J).' loplar N 42 corner lot, J S 35 W 08 poles to beech ainlevier from W. M. Lackey, both j at beginning containing M acres more tracts supposed to contain o.i acres of less. more or less and bounded as follow s on 2nd 1 ract. lleut":ng at elm corner, the nunli bv M. O. Vandevccr and John between Mrs. lid and H. K. Mills' line on lhe east by county road, on li 8 poles, 1J links to white the south lij the Preachersville pike, S &2 Mills' line 47 and on the west by the land of Tinslev oak, thence with H. noies to stake near white oak stump, Spoonamore, and being the same land close to Llder line. N 13 V J poles J conveyed to T. A. and May P. IVl links from black oak. the corner agreed by M O. Vandeveer. between Mills ami Dastin, May 21, ""said sale to be made on credit of six 1'XK, S M) li with Mctittfley line. months, purchaser to execute bond with 18 poles to little chestnut cirner be approved personal security, bearing inDastin and Martin theuce Martin terest from date until paid, with lien tween line S 5h W 18 imjIcs 17 links to beech r.i land old to secure pavment of same V 10 on north side of branch, N 48 This April 23. 1914. poles 21) links to elm at beginning conf. V, PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C taining 2 acres more or less. ird Tract. licgiiininK at stake in poles from Greenburg lane 8S Iv 18 r, thence leaxing a 12 foot lane H3 from the house to road S 9 12 HiO iioles to stake in yard S 80 W 10 3 4 links from S. V. corner of Main front room of house, theuce with south exen with main building N 80 II 1 Kill imiIvs In h. Iv corner of main room S 73 !" fi poles to stake on liast side of, branch with pointers S 15 DANVILLE, KY RS9 wile to stake with iwintcrs in outside 1PFICK NEXT LOGAN'S TABI line N 81 li wles to manic, N 15 V 73 poles to white oak and ItfipUr N 88 Primply W 89 poles to begin-ninGalls containing 2) acres more of less. NicM Day 4th Tract. Ileginning at stone on south side pike, S 66 li 18 poles 16 links to stake S 6 V 26 ikiIcs ( link to stone in Wriuht's line N. I" with Wright's line to Mills' line theuce Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist near north with said Mills' line to lh Office Phone 194; Residence 204 lanp leading to Stanford pike, thence KENTUCKY :: wi'h said lane to pike, thence with pike STANFORD, v II K. Harry V. Mills, etc., Tiffs. Mills, lite. iAM N'ov-emb- tr . The Churn bought from you has the right name. It is the most satisfactory article a housekeeper can own. It churns quickly, gathers the butter nicely. I cheerfully recommend it to all housekeepers. The "Dazey" saves time, labor Very respectfully, and money. Mrs. James Messer. I 'if 1 , '. FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3 00 per 100 lb. LinsaedfMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Seed Meal for your cattle, Cotton $1.60 jjer 100 lbs. makes fat Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, staMieM $2.00 per 100 lbs. and Jacks Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and pkmty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. -2 33-3- 1' Dr. fay I. fey H7-- -J Veterinary Surgeon AHtwirri J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY 0 2 g. tr Dr.JihHCNklV.S.tD. Colt Futurity OF LINCOLN THE K, of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION COUNTY WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH, THE SUCCESS OP THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE 1100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE (OF $3.00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY CLOSED ON JUNE THE 1, 1014. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULLY FUR NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO Stanford, Ky., May I, 10H. BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Stanford, Ky. Gentlemen: Your check in full payment of my claim for sickness Hied with you a lew days ago r eceived, for which accept my thanks, The settlement was promptly u d satisfactorily made direct with you, end I did not haw (u watt on t tie payment as is usually the case with H $20.00 To Insure a Living Colt. am uicpjrrd to take care of mares on grass at 10c per day Lieu retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur 1 W. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY R i Accident and Health policies. If I can speak a good word for you any time I (hall be glad to do so, as every one should have one of our good policies. It Is the best I Very t ruly yours, taw. etr W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y III TELEPHONE NO. 95 J. II. SSSSS-iSi j I -x-'- i -W- ... Stanford. Kentucky - - MSMMsl bHlWiHMMMJMSHMMHMMvJ inai win 'H M 'rM ,. ' -- - a '?' immUliU, ... . ' ,A -- n..,, -- , fy!M? &. L "...,1 " tortWlW'l1 Jl ,,mmi,i, ...-'- . T f fMrmmMS ..4to .& ... 'mU issiis iii hj''"1 irnpammmmmmmjmmz; ... ii isi i wi i ijiwMiMMgaaggl w jM,iiMgagjpjgMMgMgggggggggggggggggggggM i"MpiiigBLgB fjfttr - d " ,.r": 't ,' . i. J fi,r JOBKWAL 82 twyy- i.rrSiiTSTr'I -- . j itpi, Rs" TT'l Tr - EF7 IsT H TMK IMIEMOK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MAY , 1014 SEEING SOUTH AMERICA WITH COL. ROOSEVELT SBM 5 3 Reels zgwA MaVir 7- SB Hk bMWPb X 'Mm K' ' - j i! r " day Night, May 8th HEARD ABOUT TOWN Monday it county court day. Bring the I. J. that dollir you owe and Rft your name on next week's honor roll. ADMISSION lOc AND 15c ITOOKPERU-NAffam A Stanford Opera House Ayer's Pills Gently Laxative. Dose, one pill, only one. Sold for 60 years. Ask Your Doctor. Sugar-coate- Ami ZiL 7 t . from" "" - the great interest in the Colonel's personality, the film will proveespecially attractive from an educational standpoint, showing as it does the intimate side of Brazil which has never before been shown on the screen; thelLepers' Colony at Trinidad and many beautiful South American nature pictures. Get your name on the Honor Roll next week. Ur Wta Able to Sleep and Eat Mra. "1 mmwmw. - jMmmmmwmWL..jmFmmmi. rvenihodu UO.VT miss dcciiin South nnrioa at the oncra home Two show. lonilit Willi Col. Kicvt-l- t Mueller In EK1a8RS nf?l r llrinlcarz W Hl9Krrs hmK-- J The I.atir.iMrr lfiyh School lull l llic Harrnilshtirt; Lull 11 team at I.aneastir lat wciW. Why don't In the fiarranl lsiys arratiRe a panic with tlir cracks of Stanford? Its linn a lone Hint since these two tunes have llrtM'd up ikfi-.ttci1 lac house constantly. When 1 rim not feeling- - well I take a few donea. It always reatorea." Mrs. Mueller'a atory of her Peruna kcp the iSliiHiiB iu"?f' HUSTONVILLE Judge James Denton will speak at .Sunday the I'rcsliytevian eluireli ll the members morning at It o'clock are reipiesteil to lie present ami others ' aic c 'ftli.tllv invited. Grubbs has bien sum lames I moiH-t" go to London to act as juror Fen court vvh'ch will be in in IK essun there next week 1I.ii wj back fr.irn '.' m D. C Iioiikin tasey county one day tins week He is greatly pleaed Willi In, pew location and says he has the greatest place in the world for a chicken Hindi, which he will soon open up Crcstoti i.rown passed through lure one d.i this week en route to tin- obi home til L.iscy county to sec his grand father. J. U llrown, who has been unite ill, but is somewhat improve-i- l now. Ins iriemls are clad (o know Robert Fenrel vver.t to Stanford las' to attend ll.c funeral of Winfred Port man Deputy Sheriff Frank Weathcrford spent .Mind.iy here with friends Will Dunn will be in Stanford Monday, court day with a lot of Himalaya berry plants for sale, ihese are very fine and becoming very jxipular with all who have tried them News comes from Jackson, Itreathilt counts, tli.it Will Peavy house, a former Hustoiiville lioy, has recently received a very fine and deserved promotion in the Hargis Hank, there, and at the same time he got a handsome in. ciease in salary. Thi bank ha assets if over half a million dollars. Mrs, Frank Reed, of Carpenter's Cieek. died dast week of that new and diseas- mysterious pellagara. She several smalt hcildren. Mrs, Lena rvitt, of ISiadfordsvilte, who was the guest of Mr ami Mrs F M, Yowell, on the Danville pike, for several day, returned home tin Her husband came over and returned with her Julius McKitiney vn over from Har rodshurg Sundav with T L. Carpenter is having the house whie-was recently damaged by fire on the Liberty pike, rapidly rebuilt, bv J. ( Myers It was occupied by G Now ell and family, who wish to express their thanks to their friends .md neighbor who gave them ucli v.ilu able- - assistance to putting out the flame ami saving their furniture and valuables. R A. Lipps and wife were here from Danville- Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Joiiah Bishop. Mrs. Lipps remained over ami returned home Wednesday. Prof. S. S. Robinson. Miss Rachel Lyons .rid Mis Lena McKcc, ol the Hustonville High School attended the Kcntuckv Kdueational Association at Louisville last week-M- r and Mrs J. W Hoskins and Mr, J P Goodc were' in Danville a short time last week Mrs. Liu'ne Dunn and baby spent Sumhy in town with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M McKinncy Town Marshal Gibson Russell ha moved to the house owned by Clurle Wheeler eipposite the Kmoruim. The election of schojl trute-eheld here Saturday passu! off very ipitetly any ontmvcrsv or con and without lcl The three trusties eleclcd are Mesjr. James Depp. John II Riffe. Giorge Tucker, all splciidid men. lie-rwe-ce we-ehome-folks- , s l I Iff wfm) Hpjfft al; -- Bs I M k .,. it answers every beverage re- quirement vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. I W? T I i? iv k satisfy ym. Jmnl the f tmilnr by full nam- Nkknamcwncxrutaije substitution. COCA-COL- B VHBrBV r Jt sW THE COMPANY KW mfatfU rsVaaataBsi t , " TThnvrwr S roiMHN. VrjtBtBP Xkr7tit AMR TOIM ETEM V WITT. aullry. mkf ft m tae. tab t lkaulk KVE HALVE. I'M II avM m4 JLAULLLIL JALTL oo fo m viu only cns-AND MUa Earf EAWLE EVE (Mlra. M mlla Hum f4Ki dkw ks Bar H;a f tan M TB. aaMU wrrkMly Ey btotmIm. mt lr PERSONAL tad SOCIAL Mu Lollic Carson is able to he out illness. lifter lateral H. .Mcntan, of l.chaiwii Mrs. ' Junction,James jtucst of relatnca and is the fiittidi here. Mrs Logan McCall and Miss Mat W'cd-- . tic l.cc llnlihle were in iiniidi afternoon V Williams and wife motd to their country home out on the Knoh Lick pikt Monday. Mr and Mrs M. b KiUell. of ) was here a short tunc on hinuick. Strauli. of l.ouinille. Mrs. Mamie has rettirneil afler a visit to her sMci Ivicr. near Hmlil.itid Mrs. Mrs J. T Dutlderar ami little son, Kawnon'd, arc the jaiests of licrdaiiKh-ter.- " Mrs. A II Kidwcll at Cincinnati. Mrs. N S. Lot;aii, of Kansas Cit, u the Riicst of her sister, Mrs. M. A Mocker and relatives here Miss Nancy YcaRer. of the College of Music, of Cincinnati, is at home for a few dajs with ncr mother, .Mrs. mis- "an 11. Mrs. Mon Gctte and little dauKhter of liuisv ille. who have hem Mitinn John Cettc, at Ot her father-in-laUnhtini has retunied home. Dr. W II. O'llaimon left Tuesday for Jacksonville, Fla., and he will Uit other places of interest in Flofida. He will prohaldy go from Florida to Mexico on a short sisit djs' Wcd-s:da- it- - ti lA x tWk amaaiiW -- . Mrs Samantha Ituhhlc is msiiiiik relatives and frituds at McKinucv Lee I'crkins went to l.anca,r on llmrsdav lo spend eviral davs Mielhv of Crrstwood, jt coint), has heiii lure thii wnk Willi hi son. Mfreil. , John Dellorde, of Crab Orchard, has Utn licrc Thursd.i) to see his hroihcr, Dcltorde. I ' Mr and Mrs. Allien Severance art J at (.rah Orchard Springs, where they will sptml the summer. Mrs. J. C Hailej and Mrs. V J Edmiston, of Crab Orchard, are den ! today Mr K. M. Ware and daughter. Miss Mancy Ware-- , of McKinncy, were m own I'tid.iv for a short tunc Mls I'aulinc llockei ha returned ionic from Kansas city. Mo., after a .ii.it of cvcr.ll weeks to her uncle. Mesr. Ii W and J H Mocker. been Mr I'aulinc Hays, who ha .ere for several davs with her dataller, Mr. A. S I'riee, has returned to . rab Orchard, where she has a room ar the King Hotel. Mr. I. ! Carpenter and litllc son, .ack Mt iiiler, of rul.delplna, la., are-hguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N Mincfee, Sr. . fhc engaKenicnt of Mis Myra 1'ipes daughter o! Mr and Mrs W. II. I'ipcs, i tins eit, to Mr. Arlic A. I'.lli, ot I ina, 'lev.u. ha bsui aiinoiiiucd The vtdding will take plAe May 6lh at uncle. Mr he home of the bride' in Te.xas. Mis l'iies was tarpe-itc- r in this coinmunit and has many iriends hero She is a graduate of the laldwcll College and Danville iliisiness SehiKil. Mr Kllis holds a very rcH)ii-.ibl- e ivisition with the Frisco System, -- Danville Advocate. Lansing Lanham. of Arabia, returntoday afler a visit of several ed home ilajs to Mr and Mrs. Clarence Cole man, of 1IU Fast Gray street Mrs. Clarence Coleman and children Master Clarence Clement Coleman and little Miss Mary Hortense Coleman, left for St. Louts today, where they will visit Prof. ami-M- r. J W Dye Mr Clarence Coleman leaves tonight for Jack, tonville, Fla., where he will attend the Confederate reunion lie will stop over n Prnsacola. Fla.. while ejiroute for a short stay Saturdays Louisville Tunes ld. di-orJ -L I KSBf "WORKS WONDERS" The Greatest Kidney Remedy on Earth," Says a Grateful Woman want to tell vou how much good did me AIkmu four our Jswamii-Uoears ago. I suffered from what the. doctors called fistula and for two jears if that time-- , I endured what mrttou-gucan tell. I also had inflammation s if the bladder anil I tried doctors receiving any help. without Someone told mc about Ur Kilmers 1 c mel-citie- Swamp-Roo- t. MANY a plec of eU dooaned t end in a ttarlc Barret, aa be rtstered to Wuuty aad iMs4ulaM by ctMt ot PEE GEE It U RE-NU-L- furnMttra, and quickly and add lo the life and appearance of floora, Hy aptsHcd, drtca woodwork k a Stain and Varnlah caanbload twado apacUHy far bMtittf ytog bomca CnGm -- After giving it a thorough trial. I re eived relief, so keep on using it and 1 am a strong and well woman t I ever feel luilly or out of sorts, I ike Swamp Hoot ami it alwav honestly believe traightens me out hat this medicine woittd cure all troubles you recommend it for and it is a dcasurc for ine to send my testimony ud photograph to you 1 think Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo- t is one of the greatest medicines on earth. Resiit. vottrs, MRS. J NO. ll.MLF-Y-. West Main St. Portland. Ind Subscribed ami sworn to before me fluty. I'm this ltlulay o C. A. HF,NNF.TT. Notary Public i!j 1 1 I JlPwcCss ii - cwisw to 11 ATontraf Wood colors. mutt. CoU ami Stiver In- AH T Letter to & Co.. Dr KHm Blnghamton, N. Y. Swamn-Root Prove What Will Do For PEA9M.EE-GAIH.BER- CO. wewMiuisa LOVHiVLLLE. KY MMwttclttmt j LyiM Bcos.t CBAI ORCNAED, KY. You to Dr, Kilmer & Co., Send ten Ilinchampton, N. Y, for a sample slie bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuablo information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention' the Interior Journal, Regsize holand ular fifty-celies for tale at all drug stores. one-doll- So far 'Tilde Uap" Prcwitt lia j Peruna fully ex-- I not romo over from D.uniUc to rc plains why aha llio tiinncrt ami that i alHHit the only rc cutci! the sprinn Vnin llunu that hat m honrl MRS. M. MUEUXR, niitttnu from Ikiiiu a comiitrtr t.w yaar. a,o IhitrniK a little untoward weather - aha waa very l.out)toii Leader. alck. The trouble seemed to be the j stomach and liver. Khe eulTcred II Cooper va Counti Chrk ti. I great pain. Waa unnble to ret any-- ! lhi hi home ceral ila to thing to help her. Sho was growing week on .ifouniit of illnt"i, lint ai weaker and weaker. She became aMr lo return to the office on Wednestired of life. day. Hii vin, James Giopcr looked Somebody suggested that ahe write afitr tin- - work at the office and proved to the Peruna Co. She did so. a er competent uliMttulc Through their advice she began to use Pferuna. In a letter from her at Hubert (ariie ntrr received a this time ahe any: "Through the uae of Peruna I have regained my this week that his Maxwell had been htpMil from the health. I took only a bottle and a factory and will be here in a da) or half when I waa able to sleep and two. Meanwhile he is preparing a wait- eat again and my nervousness disaping public for what he has coming bv peared." No wonder Mrs. Mueller some clever newspaper advertising. keeps Peruna In the house. Under similar circumstances Peruna would t lacobs. the well known mnnii be In every house in the land. 'lirry Any one taking Peruna ought to ment man. is in the market for an tti cr automobile ami i going to give the have a free copy of the "Ills of Life." bow- - him Address Peruna Co, Columbus, Ohio. local agents a chance to People who object to liquid mediwhat thrv have to offer He has just old his old car. which i still in good cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. , h.ie, to lim Cash, of who wn put it to good service in his School Notts exteniive farming and saw null operaThe llach Club people are busy pretions. paring for liach (."lull Recital winch McCartv anil Xndrrson got in anoth- conic on Monday night of Ceniuticncc-mewcik. The piano number arc er rifij Ford runaWit last week which attractive this year. The four lies will dclivei to a bujer at once Annie D. McRob-ir- t, The Fords are going like hotcukes tnis oloMis are Mise Rane-y-, Marv Moore Lisa lloltz-claseaon and the well known loci' and' Mr Harry tiemhart There .tvenl are onto their job by kecp-nth'ir great little Inachine before the are-- a number of duets ami quartets and public through the only real and cer out election in which all nine of the members by the Club play They are to tain medium the newspaper l.e assisted by Mrs Ilromley, a local and oliniM, of unusual attainments John Spires, the well known and Mi.s Katherme Gregory whoc home prominent farmer, near Highland. sas ebere is our law which Kentucky needs was formerly in Stanford ami who has ) and the rural districts and miicc moved to California Miss Grethat i to compel all who go to a church gory has a beautiful voice and vnii. under Madam Daltt in the in when services are being combined, to go iiiile the building or rle get out the College of Music at Cincinnati, Mi Fllen ltjllou will chaperon a large number of good of the vard u tv of five of her music pupils to tiu- -i Ivvc approved the Miggcstion and mciriii.it i lodav to attend three mini Mr spires will probably ak the net memler of the legislature from Lincoln ber- - of May Festival. Thoe aee-oHoltz-el-iuiiMtii.' her are Mise to introduce such a measure. 'Maynte .Singleton. Mary MMirc Raticv. tme t). MeRolicrts and Mr Phillips llros.. are erecting a hand- Marry K'emhirt. some little concrete bungalow for Mr goes The ami Mrs Itohon Campbell on the lot norrowtrack team annualto Lexinuton to for the intcrscholastic they rccentlv purchased from Win. Severance of Vet Mam street. Mr. am' nect held there. There are a number i good atjiletics on the team and they Mrs. V K Warner have also laid the ''ope lo bring luck plenty of honors. foundation for a new home on Port man avenue-- , both of which will be OIL ioves and oven at Farris.' 37-- 2 Mibslantiat ami attractive additions to the architecture of Stanford It is unOattj Blair derstood that several other well known citurns ate planning to build haute-tin- s l.iller V. lilair, of Morehe.ut, and Mi Mamie Oatt ot Moiincello. were summer iintleii in marriage at the Christian Thomas Maiming, n well known par.oiuge here last Wedncday a bv Rev fanner out em the Lancaster pike found C W. llarrion. The is a daughter of Mr. and Mr an old half dollar the other d.iv which mav be worth monev lo liiine IJ Oatl ami is one of Monti. t It was found m cello's most charming ttu.ruMii.itist. and popular yard at his place and appctrcd lo vot.ug ladic. she attended the Slate dug up hv ome animal Normal .it Richmond last year ami hc-- c rooting alxmt the vard. The con met Mr Ill.u'r The groom is a wps miiili-- in IK.i2. and appe-arIk to rnperous yemng merchant of More-leaDeafness Cannot Be Cured worn or rubbed but little--, being in ;i tb Directly after the ceremony br KmI apiairatlonn. a tbrj rutinot reiMli w. p..nlon u( tlu car. TScrc la ot.l L'ood state of Thewom uhicn w.i witue-e-by Mr. Oatts ill's head on it. is exactly the reverse "id ci. Neul Mies Uina Tate and way to rnre drafo'". and tliat la by i!tltu1nn-a- l by au ludalue-.IValmsa la rauK-tif I be head on modern coins of this Margaret Patton, ami Mr Ralph Pat-i- (sinilltlim of tho mucvua lining tf tti Kiutaiblan Tubt-- . Is rou t:re a When tula tnl-denomination t bv rumbllus aouod or the happy hearlns. an.l wbt-Is llic riaiitt, aud Mr Oatts. Mr RalplJalton and Mis's It la inllrelr rbiv-taken out aud the Inflammation Sccrctarv W. P Kincaiit. of the K I'at'on motored to lturiiMdr amT took unlpa tube rralorrd to tta ran U nxidllkin, hear-Inormal (till of lll l deatrojed forerer; nine P Fait, has opened up Jit tram for a tour through the north ten are cauaed br Catarrh, wblcb la raaea mit but nothtnff ii' the office of J D. Wearcn. on Main ifter which they will return to More-lu-aan Inflamed condition of the niueoua aurfacea. si'e-e-- t and has gone to vork with a anj alKiut May t. make their home of We will (Ire One Hundred Hollarthatforfannotiie b lleafnoMa feauiied br eatarrhl vengeance to make the fair this year Mnnticello Outlook. rured br Haifa Catarrh Cure. Suid for clrcu the greatest that ha ever been held in lara, iree. CO.. Toledo, O. T. J. CIIENF.y thi;. pan of the Mate. Kincaid is cer BUENA VISTA PoM br Ilrnrglats, 75c. tatnlv a live bird when it comes to Mr II. F Sechrcst is on the sick list family 1'1U for eosallpailun. Take llalla iH.oMing ami all of the bovs are behind Miss I'Vrnau Askins who has been ill mm pushing for a big winner this, sea- for the ast two weeks is improving son. If vou miss the K. P Fair at Mr Tom Armstrong, of Louisville, HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Stanford this year you 're going to be is the guest ef hi aunt. Mrs, Fletcher mighty lonesome. ,Ison. Market Place AdverMre. ). I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, The People's I Alr tise What You Have to Sell S Jolmon. of Lancaster, was sprnt several days last week with her visiting Mr. and Mrs. her'- Tlinrday sister, Mrs. G, H. Lane. M Ncwlaud and while here she Mr, Rebli DisinuU' and sister Miss Bromlev Insure vour orooertv vti-might an eight ton monument of Har- - Ada. of Hurgiti. spent Saturday and Jacobs, the monument man. The Sunday with friends here, & Bromlfiv. Stanford. Kv. nix r.oiniiin ut is a duplicate oi the S. it. Mrs. W - Ruble and Mrs. A. I). Ikitiglmnii monument erected- by Mr Seott, were guct of John Ruble near Graduation' presents at Muellers' Springs Cemetcrv Danville, last Thursday and Friday. lacob in Ituffaln ind will bj made in Mtlford. N II Mr, Vm. Smalley, of this place and lewelrv store. LTanile and will be placed on the famMiss ily lot in Richmond cemetery. Mr. Ja were. Jennie Williams, of Louisville FOR SALIC 2,000 good early cabcobs also has the contract for a bage plants, Wakefield and Dutch avr Koos. monument for Mrs John iety at 20 cents per hundred J W HUBBLE be-- creeled in the Catholic cemetery S7- Urackclt and Co. Rev. Tinder filled his pulpit at this .it Otteuhcim. ill ice Sunday. Mr, II. 1). Fr.ve- was hostess to the Jim lloh Nevvland. who with his atFOR RliNT. A house and garden tractive family, is here from Wiclut. Nk Club Fridav evening. en Danville Street. For further infor,v e;i,,.; P it, ,i,i, i,. T.I.. mation apply to J. Frank Smith, Stan-fcr-Mr Falls, Texas, on a visit to his parents. Mi and Mrs T I. Nevvland. say phone Manager, is very much improved Ky. in the Lone ii uie i.ui lew nay; man that every is march to war to Star state All immense crowd attended tho hap. FOR SALK. We have all kinds of willi Mexico, if the worst comes tc mint, of the Baptist converts, Sunday vegetables and plants. Come to see up lie wort l" IvfinkinV ll.uk in the days of Gen lftertioon. r Logan and stand, Sam Houston, Davy Crockett ami oth-- r Messrs. J. II, Fisher of Lexington, at our .new ....... corner of .. ir 7, i a. j Lancaster aiieei ai vv c heroes, the Tcxans proved that tliev ColTiinu Lutes of llcattvville and Don-lia. e.o. vv iiraeke-i- i .vo . can whip their weight in Greasers or I 'rye, of Danville liave been visit-nany other such animals, and Mr New friends here land says that if President Wilson will Mi M. Fryr and Mis.e's Nancy VVKITh me, telephone me, come and I job of pacifying ami just turn the McKinney and nnie Lutes have re- see your house, carriages, things in Mexico to Gov Col. turned to their homes in Hustonville uml me aiioiit painting. Paper hanging atitDinobilr and the Texaus. the-- will settle alter a visit to relatives. limit a specially. Shop on West Main Urcit things in a jiffy. Mrs. Kliza K, Harris, Miss Harris, Telephone in residence, No. J. J, C. Givens, Hclden. Sunford, Ky. Misses" (.'livens, Tiniothv The dair County, News said this Mrs. S. II. Sanders, Miss Marietta of a former rcsidenl of Stanford' Ki..g, Mrs. T C. Rankin and Miss We were very sjadly surprised tan Mma RanVm were among those who NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS upon receiving went to Frankfort, Saturday, ulteriKKin 1L D. Carter, Admr of J. M. Carter, Sr a letter from Dr. C. A. Cox. t)f Joucs-IsirLincoln Circuit Court vs 1'ciiil Mx or eight, months ago Annie Carter and other, Dtfls. w me one to this community JVHENYOUARENERVOiiS Pursuant to an order nude in the that he. had ciossed the divide, ami as Jkhc styled cause all persons having br was in veiy delicate health the last you have the first symptom of a ruu-- i time he was" here, the renort was taken syateui, ami nervous people toooften con- claims against the estate, of J. M. Cara a matter cf fact. We were truly ceal their aches and pains and uffrr la ter Sr, are hereby notified to file the D. Pennington. Commisglad to learn that he is still m the silence, while, if tif&U(tcd, this condition same with sioner, on or before May 2Jrd, I9U, land of living, and we Jiope there are often foreruns more serious trouble. If those so afflicted would stop taking properly proven as required by law "i4'iy more ilays in, store for him, He This Annl 28th. 1914. became uupijintcd in Columbia in 1&rJ medicine containing alcohol or drug M C NliWI-ANC L C. C. I cing a which menace the foundations of health, surgeon in the army, and vifiit-here almost once, or twice and just take tbe pure, strcngtheaiaff a year since with the exception of the nourishment In Scott's limulsion , it would, Maimi MMtlmi jit three years. He has many friends create new blood to pulsate through the Mnrola ltit So. (0 I. a A. M.. metis Is I build up alattd commuulralioD on tafh ir.l and third in Columbia and Adair county, and organs, refresh their bodicr Ik t Is rich, Uirdar alghta ot rath mcnlh at 7 should he again he permitted to. visit the whole nervous systei UtJt-besustaining nourisbmoflt, res out wises, Ihrtr hall on Main all eel, Stan tor L Ky tu b. he would be given a hearty el tlMer lodsta Iraternallr milrj ti. Jcobols or ilrus. Shuu suUlitutca. present. J. W, IKKLAM). bWc'r. with mmummr-$Txf- Service is something you expect from clotkes. Style is what you look for. a ':?; Adlers Collegian ClqluBS for Sprinp -- w& eon-fitic- d f ,J- FT embody the points expected and looked for. How's that lor talk? tele-jra- m H. J. McROBERTS ji. C Stanford, Ky. T Tunn-rsville- - I pA Ii Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. nt w GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford. Kentucky cpe-ciall- Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK is conservative, safe, 56 years eld, has sound man- Lia agement and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. s. afler-ii'Ki- THOSE WHO ENJOY LIFE'S LUXURIES NOW HI luc be-e- s Vjrv TrrSBSKaSv jjk -j l - e IS!a y sA " ti. rummmVmiV xwrw .awrztrv PUT THEIR ARZ THOSE WHO DEPRIVED .THEMSELVES OF THE FOOLISH LITTLE KHUMmms &v iniNua ainu MONEY IN IMJr n e lsl!-m- ri a W StarAy.CTtfLa?StsV.SSfara, I apMMt n 1 M V.aV Y1"'rj'fxf fr'i IIM'l'fBflr im m' rT. mi'T THE I BANK . - large-iiarbl- You see him now going by in his car, living in ease; but maybe you didn't see him when he was quietly going to the bank, DEPOSITING what he could get along without. WATCHING HIS BALANCE GROW until finally he had money enough to grasp a business opportunity was the beginning of- (IIS HJK1 UlNfc. - Make OUR bank YOUR bank ,.. J, 3-- iK State G. G. FERRY, Bdflk & Trust ( oinpany L. FKNNY, V.rree. R. SAL1N, Cashier. ahle'-lxidi- Gapital, $50,000.00. w. l. Mccarty, J. 8. RICE, Surplus, $1,160. 0. M m-a- 1 ps. d g W G. SMITH, g SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION 6-- R 29-t- CINCINNATI AND RETURN ve-i- Sunday, fey Mtk j SI. 30 Trip No una) Trl. SPECIAL TRAIN Rounsl s iwm JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. v j . ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. TOnt-- '' -- W rv-rt- " l y ," FARM ,; jga-- i r; "A V ii THE IWTimOW JOURNAL 1TAMTORB. KIWTWCCT. FRIBAY, MAT , IM4 AN! ITtCK NEWS "Th heir 6f all past experience in automobile mauufacturlnrf." FOR SALE. Two wool clipping machines. A. V Carpenter, Morcland, FOR SAI.lv. Two gilts with ten nigs J6-- l V M. l.a), Turners ille. I'OR SAI.i:. No 1 baled timotln V. 9V V H. Murpliv. Phone bay Shelburne Tobacco Pi Can be ordered from Mr. Bright, or Mr. Hieatt, of tkt1 lODacco warenouse l,o., at uanvuie, rwy. 4 if Stanford J4-- J PtIM SAI.r.. r.imtna lmir- - ear-ol- d mare mule; viuud and all right. Jesse o, iiok nariow, Lancaster, k, Vlli' t. lit In III., fiifnrr rrrrlir until. only at the depot in Stanford, and, only . on liir iirs. inrcc ua)s oi cacn I D F.ads and Son, wool bti)cri. 30-VNTI D. To buy a Rood working and not marc not over tix-- ) ears-olafraid of automobile. A C Zurliugg. p Stanford. Route Sl'RW imr trees now, W II IJig- -. .... I.... it... inr.iviM ftulllttlir fllt lit lllf arenatc of lead paste bordeaux mix i. c. 6 C, i J4-.l- Parties who wish to use our fertilizer had better order it from so we can keep a supply on hand for them when they neW This fertilizer was made especially for Burley tobacco by the a State Department and has the endorsement of every one wl last year. THE MAXWELL nger 254 Touring r" BL My . M of uantit FOR S M.l. Limited pure (icrni.tn millet seed SI ij pir l.tis..-e- l ecd How arc of wetirn ir few dcalf li"ae southern German Millet 3-Clas D SIkIIik Dam ille. K) FOR S LI" Splendid small farm. Frank Stoker, of liburliou, sold a Tunic) SNM)uatnore, who lives on (1 acres 1 mile from Lancaster. r to R billet avenue a horse of for Thompson,old Shetland jkji)at $12750 W. liam Pcpplcs, outboughtRoute 4 for WilKx . in Lancaster school district of near Paris, $150. on particular address Fisher Herring R Mien, of Htistonvitle, sold to JJ Hud Corncliou, ol Richmond, purF 1) No 2. Crab Orchard, or Sam L , luils, the West I.nd stock r.ttill ir 37-chased jl Ra)iuoiid a nice marc Orand. Waco, Tcxa. buy rs. an cow at six cents We arc in the ruili for which he paid $250. TO TUP. FARMERS n firm Wilson Tale K. Son, of Richmonl, a pound.Helm, the popular farmer at for the wool husinc ham of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, sold to lllack & Moblc) forts hogs for Turncrsville ohl six fleeces from his of Springfield. Tcnu., and will pa) Jiiiie di liver) at $8 50 iiheip to I ads anil Son, here Thursda) R. L, Tijiton, of Oningsvillc, sold to at the top ligure, a the) were extra liiglitst prices for same We want sour ep up-ketrade Sec us before )ou sell. .1. D losli Wilson, of Owslc) county, a pair mie. The averaged over five and a & Son, Alfred, Stanford. Ky. of mules for $o00 Fads half Munds to the lleice I. II. Powell, of Huton. ille. sold to One of tin best sales of )cjr1iug II.RSFN ni'LL. Mastcrmai. Reads 0. dam, Pedro s H W Leigh, also of the West hud, two ihf roiighbreds rcirled of late was 1112.-sire King' Grand; come from a i.vtra line Rid Duroc gills for $40 made in Lexunttoit last wick, when J. Lincoln Maul Tins bull C Milam, if Fat'ette. I ought of John long line of exceptional!) fine milkers. Thev v.ciglicd 2o5 pounds each. 25-4John D. (ircenwade, of Mt. Sterling II Morris, of Rotuc Hotuta Farm, of Will iii.it, the season one mile cat of Stanford on the Goshen pike at sold lo Arch Robertson, of Danube, a Versailles, 3 high class )oimgsters. all ' nudes for which I ) Knight of the Thistle, for $5.(XI0 I pair of five-- ) ear-ol- d S2i0. Mono) due at the gate J Ow-i-30-he received $440. i bet vtere out ot high class mares, as New land. Stanford R I). 4 I Mm F. Wagirs. of Madison count), the price paid for thim attests. I M Kerr, of tin cit7 old to bis hogs sluppid Salnrd.i) a car load of brother C 11 Kerr, of Crab Orchard, to Cintcunati bought from local par-ti- e Monday is county coutt day. Bring a horse for $100. at $8 the I. J. that dollar you owe and get ep do--anT V Rrent, out on Route 4 sold to &. d up-keShcatcr, of Kiclimoml, your name on next week's honor roll. Wagirs T W Jones 22 bogs averaging 120 shipped Saturday to (.inimnatl two car pounds at eight cent per pound lu'ls ot hog fur winch the) paid VU Come in no, the Water's Fine Rig.u-out on Lancaster Route A( Filward II Hlake, of Kulimoiicl, pur Hon Earns, carling steers to R. C ihased ol James Carruk of Scott coitn-t.- . who hasMaurice J Lexington of Danville, Z sold bent a visitor for 11 cattle, averaging alut t innld at ?72. lbs. the past few tlats, i, understood to be -14 cents per jiound. T . KiiC. out on the Damillc ?iike looking for a couutrt newspaper Mr C. R Martin, of Ilo)le, iKiugbt from Farris i sold a .tal calf to R. C Arnold for a successful farmer and Mock J Lee Murpli). two sows and pigs for bricder. and has for Xomc time $1300 5 W R Gainc iKiugbt two cal.e at $75. six fat hogs, averaging 375 ixiund. b hi a correspondent for the Stanford I class-noth- ing $25 and a sow and eight pigs at $25 of lolm Hum, at 7 2 cent per pound Journal and other newspapers The aplot of shoats of various partie at 7 Kmhr) preciation of his ttork as a writer hott-itefrom Dac cents, a Jrrev cow and calf of J R f. is is s.inl to be onl) one reason tthj J S T.trpm, sexton at the cemetery Viagcr for $o3 and sold a Durham cow-thi is ambitious to hciotnc a country lir.tigl.t a ton of Dud Vattgl.t, of Slicl- I C lohtivm at $67 s0 b. 0. editor. It is hulled that Mr Earns (. Cit. for SHXI Richmond, opCount. CmiM Dav 'Mrs Mamie Straub bought a mule ened with a cold rain at onlv a small ha noted the political success of men and r.bn hate editorial influence and it is of nd Wilder, of Louis, ille for SI00. cii vvd l!ut little stock was on the L C. Ionian, the proprietor of the narktt and scared) an. hitters. Some f.ud in the Eighth District, that Mr iph Hotel sold cen 215 pound few mule were old at $100 "to $150. At Earn i farsighud Lexington LeadSt er. cent per 'he stock ard about 500 hog o T. W Jones at 8 etltle were pound Co., oflcred ind sold, some a high as 10c Read This Mrs Laura Rite, of near Highland, Xo ling r shup were offered The Texas Wonder Kidney cure i.muilit a fine Jersey calf from her broVine of the biggest transaction in cures diabetes, and all irregularities iler. John Carter at $40 farm land consummated tbi spring in W R. Game out on Route 1. bought Ridrlion count v hi just beiu closiM. of the kidnev and bladder in both men and womin Jf not sold by your Will Hes- 2fX acre of a cow and four hoat from land belonging to George druggist will be sent by mail on reter out on Rush Branch pike, at $30 Clay and hi sister. Miss Letitia Clav. ceipt of $1 Onr small bolllc is two James Hunter, of Crab Orchard sold being transferred to S Hrooks Clay, of months' treatment ami seldom fails a cow and ten pigs to Will Gamts for ll'.'irliou The price paid wa not made to perfect a cure. Send for Kentucky SZi. public but is said to hate been between testimonial Dr I) W Hall. 2920 W S Cash, a farmer of the Maywood $30,000 and $35,000 The farm is lo- OIne street, St Louis, Sold by drug. section. old to Thurlow Jones, ele.cn cated on the Paris and Winchester pike gits (Alv shoats at scen cents a lb. to J C Ripy, Lawrenceburg. sold Percheron A H. Turner a six-- ) ear-ol- d mare for $200. Richard C Hocker. out on the Shel-l.- ishoats fnv nite nbl 19 Comparison of results and profits before at se.eti cents per pound to T. W. ana after using i nncrs; one headed by cockerel of indiI have two pens that are prue vidual merit; the other one by jearlin g cock that is hard to beat. Eggs from lones. 1! W Giines. out on the Crab Or- cockerel pen, $1.50 per 15, eggs from cock pen, $1 per 15. bcard P'ke. sold nineteen ROBERT CARTER hoes to T WVIone at 7 4 cents per Vkgt. tic, toe, c, f J.O0; ISlD.paU fl.iO ootmd the tTMt tonic wid conditioner Is sum to make ywi a pernuuent lrind of all Ptmttt Product. L P Nimnelle.. a nromment farmer out on Lancasti r tikc. sold to R C. SatisladlM Curuked er Mwwy Back Arnold jti liogs a.eraging 1.13 jionmis at Pratta Lice Killer. Powder e end UK. 4Jm Spring tiKeully. bur. death to ll danserou vermin. se.en and a hilf cents per pound Aurora, by Bourbon King, owned b Reluie tuUtltutei: Insist on PntU. 1) T Matlack. of Winhcester. died Ctt Pratti HO jam rvvltrii Book IS She wa in from acute indigestion Kintucky, E'ur sale bt New Stanford Drug Co, Stanford, foal to l Pcawne. atul wa .allied at 404 J. V L. Datis Son, Stanford. Kcntuck) . $1,500. H Pointer, a promiiunt farmer J mil shut ibalcr. of mar Crab Orch- ird. sold fifteen bogs at a private price to Center Bros of G irrard count) IU $3 per scltinar of 15 Tawn and White Indian Runner Duck eggs, $1 00 lso sold tbiMein bead of slieep to per 15 Mrs. S. J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. Orchard, for Henrv Catron, of Crab 2 fi.e-yea8 1 well-know- There have been cars that performed the service at a price you could afford to pay, but in these cars you have not found the good looks, the size, the comfort, the finish and the class you desired. In higher priced cars you have found the difference these desired qualities-b- ut And you also in price was too great. found that the higher priced car did not perform the service nearly so satiscost was factorily while the twice as great, or more. ccd corn, known Dent It i an earl) igorous plant and )ietd fine corn $1 50 jcr bushel, at F Reid's farm, it i High grade HoUirin FOR SU.r b) Hull cal.es. luglih marked, sired Paul HU, Walkir King No. 9J1(. For price and pirticular write p to o M.;. No 2. llrjant. Ind I'OR S L1" Three Shetland pomes coming five, three, and two c.irs old Kxtra nice, Two mare, one" horse iicak r,ui.k. Jno R. eager, Dam ille, FOTi SN1.F as. Rrtd Ncllow -J4-4- ture C.d "' K. Silas Shelburne, Lexingto Hill's S. C. R. I. Reds ad S. C. .tt Wkife (State FatrV HotiklnsvllK". Have won first nriics at My birds arc not only priiwf Danville and Stanford, in 1713. great egg machines leti pens mated, eggs ?t reasonaiiie ptices, iiiatiitL' list and show record. Also Fiwn Indian Runner duck sale Red cockerels for sale at $2 to $5 each. A. C Hill, Stanford, WW Wbrn sou invest vnur monev in niv while Pit mouth Rock Euirs. inndr a nrofit.iblr iiitrstmeut oil will eel birds that are tliorouaJiltfi Send in our orncf as white as snow I guarantee to please sou Price $1 50 and SI ami 5k-- for 15 eeu-- s Will cite a discount on .UlLMtf ' Hate a few cockerels at $1 each I W Ctuuiiff, Libert), Ky. White - flymouth Kock Hfs.. r ' . . :. What About The Maxwell It performs ? "w7i' t I x the service and does economically. It will do all any 2600 more, at half the car will cost and less. (The heavier car is high at any price.) It possesses good looks. It seats adults comfortably. It has the finish and the cheap about this car. The price it lb 5 ssa-f- VlM imam ? y t'o .7 tnt " ri $750.00 -- o Detroit. Is your auto going to be an economy or an extravagance? Do you wonder that the Maxwell Motor a company with $37,000,000.00 capital, can't supply the demand? Do you wonder that the nation is Maxwell mad? Get your order in early or we may both lose. H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford, Ky. at Lincoln County National Bank. " " Carroll Preston 4383 old: 16 hands. Bav. horse: star: both bind ankles white: ciikvt SIRE. Preston 972 by Washington 34, by Croaurotl 73 by Wash- -' Injton Denmark 64. . 'I DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 24 Asm. Dady Peace by Al- - t, (2863); 3d dam, Daughicrot Garrard CliIcf,(225J) 4th dam raont Fotest ; daughter Borle'i Cray Eagle. $ TO INSURE A LIVING COLT' I have facilities for carinj for mates tent to me from a and will furnish good trass and the best of personal attention. In all cases a Hen will be retained on foal (or tervlte. fee, according to law. Fees become immediately due and insuraact Is forfeited if mates are remored from state or bred to another horse Cart lake ta prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection of all my horses and will tuaiaalee Mtlsac- T f tloo in all my dealing. He will stand at Nunnelley's Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. mil Barred Plymouth Rocks Worth Crowing About d pfHttS. 3-- Poultry Regulator dlac W. O. WALKER S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. S. C. J. BCfe?viBtV H51i?- - .VIbIbV The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24 AViwj In "(W ?U Aim.ra N (trawl in.liwil.ulit and bred m Imei ?." cl.ljnonsh.ps. that entitle bin, f ein that he is a son Horse ihw First dam Dare Naimfi t Americas iJJUOO. ran-- horse and famous proKUJitor title by The latter Irars oil record --Ml sire of Mewl 2 f -the Home Mntch er?cin Itelle )cars. record of the Monarch ofand after rel.tcincnt Wri 'B -' ai I in ltt. a uhile on the aciuired imperishable re-- ' to the stud ton ofo. wanl 141 record 225 Not onl) luie the tVreo O and 175 iiomii a- - a ire her 205 Y 4, if SkW. 2-W KryfeW;t to ,T0f ' Xrs as sired Onward 519 2n,l dan. Uurrnn ifrrd I 1275. ire of "lie Manor rt i,ichHl..5 ally of by Nntttood 204 re N4 bird d lire of 180 in 2.30 list, 4th d"n Timm" b Siratbmore MM sire of 90 in 2WI list. Fifth dam Willard by Albion HNlh Dam Ne.l b F.dm For- est 7 b Udy Turner by Mambr.no in Xrt " iaaast Dare Devils firmed 8eat race horses many but the fam.U has furnished noted shou- - ring winner as vul as B Dare I3c.ir.0rt Maml.rinnr of show stallions heme champion National fame received more money I stallions m the show ring than an the woilil The Warfield will make the seasor. II kroe . of 1114 at m.r farm-- tlu . plaie--nea- r M.ireland. at $10 to MtMire CI iff a lue coll Season becomes due when The Warfield is an extra hiKh class'" ever, horse, not afraid of anjIliiiiK. a high mare i so d or parted with; respmiMblc for and as well broken as anv lior.e gallium taken but not occur in and out .if the stable, has a good . aieidriiU should au coat and crnane nice Iliad and tail. I (iood crass can be furnislud at He stepped a per month ?urc trotter WiltU i)li. S 1 1 pre-act- 1a THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT e. . At the same place .c will also stand our fine, big jaik Tolbert at $10 to is three years old. IS TolU-r- t Lands higk black with white point and fine bone and weight Tolbert is by Peyton and out of Clumsey, whose first dam was Woodson Montgomery Jennet sired b George Tarkingtou s IV) ton's dam ..as NaiNdcnn jack. bhaiiU' jennet sired b. Huff Dudde-rar'jack. Duddcrar's jack's first dam was Wain's jennet sired by llrignolia. See Tolbert before breeding our nude s marci. " s. C. M. 1ACK PHONE c M-- 50NS, MORELAND, KENTUCKY HUSTOWVILLE EXCHANGE. ' C rnob!. a local dealir and buy er of stock, bought of W . Ilrtnt, nut hogs at 8 on Route 2, eight He also bought four cents per pound 310 imiml hogs of W F Shew maker, of the Hanging Fork sictiou at eight cent prr pounii T W lone a loral stock dealer Ixiuglit rioe H Me Mister, out on the Milledgeville pike. 35 head of 200.1b. boas it seven ami three quarter cent per p'mnd He also bought tweik.'r- hogs of George five bead of Hail, out on the Crab Orchard ptke at the same figure. r ti.ic nrrt'tited Til. irf t the bid of an Eat St. Louis. III., com mission firm to furnish vn horse tor The prices tlu la.alrv and artiller. range from $161 to $105 a head, and the total price will be. aliout $165.01X1 llitls for 250 mules at $200 to S260. submitted b. an bast St Louis firm. wire rejictedt because the jinccs were ilieiiuil tiMi high At niirl tit in rr.iillH4 List l I eLr John It, Sellers Ixiught 11 head of K50- jiound cattle, Iroui l'rank II. Hawkins ami Dremnti Hros , at $58 a head J bay II sold a four-- ) ear-ol- d r.. .. Howard . man-- at. annum nr 91j, w vu.uni Wilson Icr being the purchaser Geo. gra) of Mortons, ill v. sold a 111 Arnold for S145. Holi-vnwn to W In old a sow and 5 pigs to llond Itidge Ja T Wilhoit for $22.50. a hinder for $84 and horses at 3from $40 lo $175. lountv court day at 1'aris. was toe dullest in mail) months. The crowd was verv small and the rain had the effict of reducing the amount of busiTlic stock ness usually transacted marktts were without any special features, no cattle of any consequence or work stock being offered. There were. but three mules on the market and one or these was purchased Irom James ( .ibhu'll. bv the firm (if C.t)..ood & MiClintock The combination sale held inch court day at the stock vards of & Co, attractetLa smill M J Mtiriih. crowd and there was little bidding on Iheofferings, Fight head of cattle pasMil under the hammir at prices ranging from $50 to StX) per brad, and a few jionie were sold at prices ranging from $40 to X) per beadi Owini' f the smtll crowd a large amount of be I'onsiunmeut to the sale was not offered d liT-i- Clfi R Buff Orpingtons SPECIAL ainaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa "rt &m Ilred upon best foundation 'lock for )carr for egg production, t)pc and coU Not high prued, but or. Eggs fertile, chicks strong Eggs for hatching ' will produce what you want Wrile J. C. McCLARY. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. lln nif-n- We have a special offer to make to ever) Lincoln octint) man that is interested in good Harred Roik chiikens Let u hear from )Oil. our prices a on eggs are not higji The most progrc site f.inuirs are already beating path lo our farm after'iggs. It keips u hustling to suppl) the demand. We will take care of tour wants Remeinb ir we hate neur been beaten in the show room A. t COFFEY, Mgr. M cKmnc), K) " MmmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMm Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaft SbIbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbT bbbbbbbbbV ' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW bbbbbbbbbbbB 'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI lH anal . lHH'inaa7. bbbIbbbV W-- - -- -- ($MmMmmmmzk. fvSBjaBaBBBBBBBBBtfaVlBBBBBtfBBBBBBBBBV HIibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW IV ir .i. it -l ar The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the. farm close to town. The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount' of money he paid for it. The car that is sold in larger numbers than anv car in the world. There is a reason tor it. Be wise and profit by others' experience, When you want a car, buy a Ford. McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agtnl. for Lincoln and 1914- - SEASON All Peavine 4092 1914 Y Dan Lucy Welb f4M Sire Rex Peavine 1796 Champion Sire of the World. Go te the record, don't take any body's word. Ills produce have woa more prises and have sold for better prleaa tas any stallion in Kentucky Why not breea lato trie tsmtly that Has aff me cnampions ot tne wona lor me last oecaoe, sucn as tana may, Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana oLthe Lea, Rexall Punce, Jaqueliaa, Prlnc-.- i Eugenia, Goldcs Glow, and inaay ethers. This Is unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavlae aa4 ter that the colts of Mrs. Lowndes, sne has sota lor IM uupreceaoa of 13.000 and 11.500 are out of a mare by Res Peavlae. Draw yor elusion, and breed to, a horse of the .most popular bloodlines at asv r, fci Caty Counti. Fee $40.00 1 latwe Imaf Cslt-- sii iCioi R. S. SCUDDER, MeKINNCY, KINTUCKY. umr n(mmMMm py '.jum (nniwillmifiiiijfjfM;iini-i",'''t- ' " """;" " '"" n i. ,. nit i n mm 'uv4muitJmdfmmn9tHtHMtdt S a& i0 j l'jpVP)HlflMIHnpnBBiHHRIinBV,,,r ip - jt iff JUxjujiJ W i .i.f iJ'JL ' I 'i T Y. rmzgrnrw ' vrpr w i m j ifir t " I'll M'T'T'" s. THE INTERIOR IOURNAl STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FARM AND STOCK FRtDAY, MAY t, "; 1 - 1914 .i NEWS The heir of all past experience in automobile manufacturing." wool clipping I'OU SM.K Tm machines A. V Carpenter, Moreland, Two gilt with ten pig I'OU S !.l M l.aj, Turitcrsvillc .V-l- p 1 ImIciI KOK SM.K-- No V II Murphv, Plume l.ii) timutliv W V. S Shelburne Tobacco - Ferl ' I fflfiflBHBBBF l-..itifnrd Coming I'OU S I.I nt.iri' mull', tiiitml ami all riu.ht. Jesse ll.irlou, Lancaster, K I) J, Hot 29. will in tlic rntnic, receive wool, onl at the ileiMt in Stanford, and onl.v n the fir1 three dav.s of each vvctk I) K.ids .ttul Son, wixil biijcrs 30-I U NTI D To hit .1 kmI iiml tint marc not oxer C .ur'itiKK. .ifr.ml of .iiitoinnhiln Manf-ml- . Kotttv .' M'U Y nur trie now. W II llig Kirs, has tin "pr.mrt. sulphur solution. ,ircn.tc of load paste Intnlcm mis-t.iiour-c.ir-o, .V-.'- p .i Can be ordered from Mr. Bright, or Mr. Hieatt, of thf Dj Tobacco Warehouse Co., at Danville, Ky. .r r .i i i i T.a rariies wno wisn to use our rertinzer nad better order it rrom yu so we can keep a supply on ill.. hand for them when they need it ft 1 jim i THE MAXWELL Touring '" ' 25-- 4 There have been cars that performed the service at a price you could afford to pay, but in these cars you have not found the good looks, the size, the comfort, the finish and the class you desired. In higher priced cars you have found the difference these desired qualities-b- ut And you also in price was too great. found that the higher priced car did not perform the service nearly so satiscost was factorily while the twice as great, or more. up-keep (moil ccil corn known M.I ,.t Kit. Nillow Dtnt It t an c.irlv fine tclil corn Mgoroito plant and 5(1 per buOicl. at V Utid's farm grade lloUtcin I'OU SM.I Hull calves. IiirIiIv in.irkod. ircil h Walkir Kmit N'o. '.I71(. Paul write to I 'or price- - and particular In- M.i.'. N'o .'. Itrvant. Iml .11 Ip I line Shetland ponies I'OU SM.I" ionium five, thne. and two .wars old nice, Two mares, one hore .peak ,uiik. Jno U. eager, I),uim1Ic, I 1 .17-- .! !()! ltit. This fertilizer was made especially for Burley tobacco by the adyM State Department and has the endorsement of every one who last year. !.t. Kv M- -I Sl.l' l.imiliil inwiitit of port (urinati millet icd $1 75 er btili trv few el lteuarc of wetirn eeil dnlo Ii,it viittlurn (urinati Millet A8 las I) Slulbw Danville. K I'OU SM.I -- Sjdemlid mii.iII farm. (I .uriM I 2 milts I mm l.inca-u- r I'MU 1 Silas Shelburne, Lexingtoi I'ratik k yy.'Siy..a ilMWlW" - j T I in Ii) SN'oit.imore, Mukir of 1'i.mrlKiii, vdd a who lis on lutles .iv i nut hotmht a hore of U il fii ji.ir of mar I'.iris, at $1270 lor Ihompsoii, old Midland ponj to U K in laticasttr schiMil iltlritt ban. I'epples, nut ou Uouti 4 (or $150. address Ktslicr Herring U I I Mien, of Hiistonvillc. sold to pur Iiml ( ornelfoii ot Uiihmoud am I" I) No 2. (rah Orchard, or the Wist Iml stock .will X iliasid il lltiin Uawiioiitl a line mare '" 8 Waco. Texas husir an NKI pound cow at six cent TO Till'" FARMl US -- We are in the mil for ttliuli he aid $250 a pound Hill's S. C. R. I. Reds and S. C. White Orpin Have ssiiu first nnie D.ui.iPe and Stanford MT ii i What About The Maxwell It performs 25-4- ? the service and does it It will do all any 2600 lb economically. car will do and more, at half the up-keep cost and less. at any price.) (The heavier car is high It possesses good looks. It seats 5 adults comfortably. It has the finish and the class-noth- ing cheap about this car. The price is $750.00 f. 0. b. Detroit. Is your auto going to be an economy or an extravagance? Do you wonder that the Maxwell Motor Co., a company with $37,000,000.00 capital, Do you wonder can't supply the demand? that the nation is Maxwell mad? Get your order in early or we may both lose. H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford, Ky. at Lincoln County National Bank. hae two pens that are prize wi nncr: one headed hy cockerel of merit; the oilier one hy earlin g cock that is hard to heat. Iiggs from cockerel pen, $1.50 per 15, eggs from cock pen, $1 per 15. ROBERT CARTER I indi-idu- ' Barred Plymouth Rocks al Son, ot Uiilmioii I, ilson Tate Sam Helm, the popular farmer at Moldej forts hogs for o'il lo lllack Turnersville sold i: flccies from hi at J.S50 Ju.ii dilicr slieip to Lads ,mi js(lt u.tl. Tlmrsda) K. L. Tipton, of Owingsxille, sold to highot price for same Wc want our I) losh U ilson. ot Owslci loiiulv, a pair at tin tup ligure, as thev ssire extra fore ou sell trade Sic us hi line 'I lies averaged over five ami a I .uU of mules for $(Al Son. Alfred. Stanford. K. half pound ! the lli'tce I! r.oviJI, of Hutumille, "hl to Kt id Omi' ol tin lies! salt 'I KSr TM'l.l. M.i'term.nt oi drill)). Leigh. alo ol the West Lnd. two! ,jM r,)K,)iri.,s revirted of lat lllj'0 .ire Kmc' (iraiid: il.itn Pedro'sa II from Kid Dtiroc gills tor ?4D nude in l.i'MiiKton hist svttk when I mcoln Maid Tin hull come ivtra tun 'I lies weighed 2(o imhiihU inch C Milmu. f I'avttte. I ought of John It lis: line of cxctptionallt fine milker. one mile cat John I) dnmwadi. oi Mt. Sterling II Morris, of ltnsipu ltotuta I'artn of ill make tin eaon voimgster. a'l .if Manford mi the fiiislun piKe at sold to rcli Uoberlsoii. ot Danxil.e, a Versailles. .1 high ila Otvmules for whiih I v Knight of the Tlutli for $5,000 pair of five-- j ear-ol$J5(I Moui't due at the gate lie riceiiid i 'I lies ssere out oi high tlass mire a Vnvl.i'id. Stanford K 1) 4 i Wagers, of Madison count), the price wid for tin in attest lobti I M Kerr of this eitiT old to his load of bogs sliipjuil Sittirda) a l.mtlur C II Kerr, of Cr.ih Orchard, to Cmicunati boimbt car fiom local par Monday is county coutl day. Btinj; a lnrc for S100. ti- -' at $J the I. J. that dollar you owe anil get ISrent. out on Uoute 4 sold to T X Sluarcr. Wagirs ot UicIimh.'hI. your name on next week's honor roll 20 T W Join- 22 liog aer.tging supied Saturd.i) to Cmiimiati two i.ir pounds at light cents per pound hogs for which tlui paid $7 Ml bads oi Come in Ho, the Water's Fine fi Um.i.-- out on Lancaster Koine Kduard II lllake. oi Uulimoud. pur Hon Maurue J Kims of Daniitli 1 sold .v(i narlitic sttcrs to U C vhased nl Janus Carruk of eitt enm-t- . who has bciti a Levngt n to r .u hi at $72 II cattle, aieraging alut MVI lli. tin past few ilass. i undiri.Kid l br be T V Kice. out on the Danville tike Tt 7 I 4 n'lHs pl'i IKiUIld for a muulrs utssspaper Mr C. U Martin, of ISoilr. liotight from I'arris rnold for a ial calf to K. C .ld and vtoik is a I Lee Murphi. two sow, and pigs for breetlir. and ucitsful i.irmtr $1.1 H) has for some tune U two call cs at 575. si fjt Iioks. aierauing .575 miiiiiis, I. in a iirrrspotidtii! lor tin Stanford, ti.iines 7 I 2 leuls per pound ?.'5 .in.' a "W and eight pigs at $25 of lohti Iiiiriis, at .loiirual ami other ntwspipers I In ,ip. lot of shiuts ot arioiis parties ,it 7 P.nihrx prii'Mtion of his work as a writer boss from Pai U cults, a Jcrsei cow ami calf oi J .mis .me aid to I sir. at the i aTiirpin ofseMoii Vauglit, cemettr Viai;ir for Jo5 and 'old a Durham cow ihi is isauibitiims be to beioiiie riaoti sshv a country of Slud. Iv tight Oud jon C $67 s( to olmou at tilitnt. It is hinted that Mr I'arrts m C its for UX Counts C mrt Da j at Uichmond. op- has Holed the xilitical Mi ucies ..f men Mamie Strauh houglit a mule ened ssith a cold rain and onls a small i'o nave etiuori.il inimeiiie ami it is of nd Weplcr. of Louisville fur SKHI. cti wd l!ut little slock on the aid in the I'igbth Dxtrut that Mr (' Ionian, the proprietor of the narkei and scarcels alls busers. Some siph Hotel sold seven 215 pounil few nitile ssere sold at 'slt'O to SISO t Karri is farsighttd Lexington Lead St hogs '.i T cults per 'hi siiK-- lards alnrnt ."00 cittle were er. Jones at 8 lound o'lereil itid sold, ome a Inch a. I0i Read This Mr- - Laura Uici of near llmliland X'i hogs r sluep were oftired The Texas Wonder Knlnev cure calf from her limuoiuMit a fine ler-Vine of tin liiKgest transactions in cures diabetes, and all irregularities it. cr Inhn tar.er at $40 farm land consitmm.itid this spring in o'' the knlnev ami bladder in both V U dames out on Uoute L hought IS u rl ion counts h i jut been clostM. ire" and a cow ami four shoats from Will lies, ?f acres of land belonging to deorge druggist women If not sold hv your will be sent b) mail on re pike, at ?.V) ter out on Uiish Branch Clay and his sister. Miss Letitia Cl.is ceipt of $1 One small bottle is two lames Hunter of ( rail Orchard old 'being traiisferrid to S llrooks Clas. of months' treatment and seldom fails i hiss and ten pigs to Will daitiis fori ., ,lr,ion flio price paid s is not made to perfect a cure cml for Keutuckv ', puhbr ..... 's Mmi i . i. .. .. imill ...... .. testimonials -- . . . ii. ii' Dr I) W Hall. 2"J2'6 I .'.o .1 iiiissiiii ss rs lasi a lariuer ...f ,...-.,- . si a) .OllO and WsOfO The farm is lo Olive strict St I ouis, Sold hv drug section, sob to Ihurlosv Jones, eleven j f alt.(, f)t j.iris am, Wmrhcter pike gits shoals at seven cents a lb. "-" to I C Uips. Lawrencehiirg. sold v ear-ol- d rerclieron II Turner a marc for ?200, locker, out on the Sltcl- C shoats bv Citv pike sold 19 Comparison of results and profits before at sevt'.i ctnts per pound to T V and after using wool luisiness for the well known firm ,if Springfield Woolen Mill Conipam. prmgfiihl. Tcun., and will pa of .1 1 .1 -' d .Vi-1'" -- R (State KairV Honkinsvilte. .it Louissille Mv birds arc not only pruc sviitner tit V)i Wntl MJoaJctK.y''?1 eggs nt reasonable prices mactunc 1 in pens mated gnat ej.g Also I nsfi Indian Utinncr ducks eggs iiMting list ami show record C Hill, Stanford, Kqif sale Ucd cockerels for sale at $2 to S3 each, ? ... 2 When )oti invest )our money in ni) white Pl mouth Uock Fgrfs, '"JYj made a profitable invi'stiuent t.ti will get birds that arc lboroughhrcPi. I gti.ir.nitri as svMit as n is enil m vour onier ijjpf. to pica? sou s(l ni $t .md sOo (or Is egg Will give a discount on ,U0CilClot. Price $1 Have a few cockirtl at $1 e.uh I. Libert), K) Ciiutilf. White Plymouth Rock Eggs.fj p 1 ( ) 9a3aa3aaaHakatatttV. ?. ' iCW. M - , sx . Y, iit' MEjnlitfftPmjt9i X" k KkJlRafaHaaaaaaH lO.fr ' J! 2 I J TZM tt rBB,L' ' JbHbbVI " vlaHR I i s 1 ej -- :.. .. v ,,. d (dO Carroll Preston 4383 ington Denmark OS. RAM. Uaby Tcnce by Enoch Arden, 2d dam, Lady Pence by Korest (2S6J); J5 dam, ll lUBlilerotCarmrd C'lucf,(Ji5J) 4tlttlam daughter Borie's Gray Kagle J TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I have facilities for caring (or mates sent to me from a distanct and will luinish good grass and the best of personal attention. In all eases a lien will be retained on foal for servile, fee, according to law Kres become immediately due and Insurance Is forfeited If mates ate temoved fiom state or btcd to another horse Care taken tu prevent accident, but not responible should any occur. 1 Invite inspection of ill my horses and will guarantee satisfaci tion in all my dealings. He will stand at Nunnellcy's Stock Pent, Stanford, Kentucky. tar; both hind anklet white; eight year old; SIRE. Preston 922 by Washinjlon 54, by Crfrnwell 7J Hay, horse; 16 hands. nt by Wash- si-- i.'i.-li.- 1 Worth Crowing About fifl. !Str. $0e. 6iv, S1.00; ts lb. pail $;.M comlitli,ner U turw rret Unle and all Prall I'luducla. to make d 15 W dime, out on the Crab Or heard pike, sold nineteen cents per hoc to T W. Jones at 7 iiouud I. P Ninmelley. a prominent farmer out on Lancaittr pike, sold to U C at Arnold JO hogs averaging l.'5 seven ami a Inlf cents per pound hv iirora. bs ISourbon King, owned died D T Matlack. of Winhcester. She was in from acute indigestion Peas me. and was valutd at foal to VI 4 o'iC5 the (rrmanent friend of yau aaaaabtlKvVr Spring neiesilty. buradeath toalldanerou vvrmin. Kef uio auliilltutei; Inii.t on Pratta. SJ Gtl rrutlt If) pav lultrv Book Fur sale bs New Stanford Drug Co, Stanford, I Satisfaction Guaranteed or MoHey Back Pratta Lice Killer, rowder 2f and V. AJioa Kinluikv 404? W. O. WALKER - $1 s(K) I. Dasis X Son Stanford. Keiitiukv n w?t"f i old fiflein hot: at a private price Center ISros. of dtrr.ird count) sold thi'tetn head of sheei to per Henri- Catron, of Crab Orchard, for - J H FViv titer, a prominent farmer Hid stock dealt I. of mar Crab Orch-o- S. C. $.i 15 Black Orpington Eggs. Uuiiutr per setting of 15 Kawn and White Indian Mrs. S. J. Emhry. Stanlotd, Ky. Dmk eggs, $100 W w 9HftftE mKm 4f U C -- Nrunlfi. a local dealer and bus . d -- er of tuck, bought of W . .. i'i... -- -nanuung. stallion. 10 hands, foalid mile in Wi da.s trulj made horse, ot a i nlage farm. Aug 15. MM. hred at individually and hred in line Hast Aurora, N N Sind h Dare De- grand to Income a sire of note vil 2(W, lie won sem eluninon!ihip, thai entitle linn he is a son of tht great at Natio.ial Horse Show hirst dam suingIk that and famous pmguiilor IJ.iri re ineruus IMiHn race 201.' 'I lie Naught) Cirl h Ui lattir eanud the title ire of Ixvil f. iir )ear old. record 211 of the Home Stnlch Aiiicnc.ui llelte. three jears. record of the "Monarch the turf, and after rititemiiit lit. a while on tud acqmrtd iiupirishahle rt 2 and 2"' others in 2. 2 12 to the 1411 record 2.25 .son of Onward Not oiilj have the and 17.-- nown a- - a sire sire of Onward SiUcr 20j DeiU proud great race horse otheis in 230 list Onward was strcl Dare the lutinl) has furnishtd many hy deo Wilkes 151" 2nd dam Dniriiia hut as well a kirrd In Mainhrino King 1275, ire of not id s,how ring winueri. King, both h0 including l.adv of the Manor 204 Dare Dei it and Mauihriuo of .4, third dam Dotlel h) Nutwood re being champion show stallions uione in ocrd 2.18 anil sire of 180 in 2..V) list. 4th National fame rccuied morestallion tit (kirn Topaz h Stratlimore 4IW sire of the jhow ring than an two 'A) in .' ) list 1'iflh dam Willard hy tlie woihl I he Warfield will mike the siasoi Alliioi), kimIi Dam Ned h lalwin Kor-n- t. Mainhrino of 1014 at our farm tin II II King 7lli Lady Turner h place mar Moreland, at $10 to iti.uie Chief II ' lle coll Reason become due whenThe Warfithl i an extra high dasi preparted high mare i hore. not afraid of anthing. a horse acmition sold or but not with; even for responsible taken actor and as well hrokin a an in and out of the stahle. has a good t accidents should an occur dood grat can he fiiriilihttl at $. utxit anil carriage nice hiad anil tail. He stepped a per month He is a sure trotter Uaik The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24ii, ... ha 1 J -- THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT At the tame place we will aim stand our fine, big jack Tolbcrt at $10 to Tollnrt is three car old. 15 hands hitfh. black with white )oint nad fine Ikhic and weiiiht Tolbert is by I'evton and out of Clumsey, whose flrtt dam was Woodson Montgomery Tarkingloii jeniift ircd b Cieorge ilam was lVjton' .S'aKihon jack Huff Dudde Shanks' iciuiet ured jack's first dam r.u' iaik Dudihrar's wa Ulain's ieimet ired by llriguolia. See Tollnrt before breeding our mule mare C. M. BACK & SONS, PHONE 68-- MORELAND, KENTUCKY Ilrent out lings at 8 ISrei1 upon best foundation lock for jear- for egg production. l)pe ami coL on Uoutc 2, eight Not high priced, but lie also bought four or. I gg fertile, cluck strong I ggs for hatching cents ptr ibiuiuI ill) tumid hgs of W !" Shew maker, will produce what you want Write of the Hanging Fork siction at light J. C. McCLARY. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. cents per pound l slock dialer T W lone a ltiui.ht if loe II Mc Mister, out on the Milledyeville pike. 35 head of 200-lWe have a special offer to make to tier) Lincoln ocimt) man that is h. gs it seven ami three quarter cents in good Ilarrtd Uoik clikktus lit us hear from )ou our price per p'Hind II" also bought tsvn.'t-fiv- e inter-sli- d a hogs of deorge on iggs are not high I'lie most ptogit s sive farmirs are alrt.nl) beating We head of Hail, out on the Crab Orth.inl p'ke at pjlh lo our farm allir tggs It ketps us hustling to snppl) the ilemaud will take care of vtuir wants Uemenib ir we have nevir bicil beattii in the the same figure. show rnoiii t COh'h'l . Mgr. M iKiiiut). K) The War Dtiartmeut has acciplid tin bid of an Last St. Louis, HI., com mission firm to furnish W5 horsis for 'Hit prices tin tavalr) and artillers range from $161 to $lo5 a head, ami the total price will be about $1(5.0(X) liids for 250 mules at $200 to 260. submitted bs an bast St Louis firm, wire rejielcd heo.iuw the prices were .lit mi il too high t lourt das in trs.nllcs last svttk John II. Sellers hought 11 head of K50 hiund cattle, from I' rank II Hawkins iml Drum in llros., at $5K a head .1 Ii llow'ird sold a four-- ) ear old ha) male at auction for $175, Mr. I hand Icr biing the purchaser deo. If Wilson grav of Mortotisville, sold a mare to W Irvin rnol. for SJ 4s Itoli var llotid ,obl a sow and 5 pigs to is Judge Jas T Wilboil for $22 50, a it i run: binder for $N4 and iore at proposi.Uioiii $40 to ?I75. Count) tourt da) at Paris was the The cross d dullest in mail) months in. was verv small and the rain had the tffict of reducing the amount of (nisi The stock Hess iisiuills transact) d marktts ssere without any special fea it. is lines, no cattle of anv coiisiipieut'e or being offered There wire wmk stmk but three mules on the marktt and our in is it. or thise was piirihased from James ' ablwell. bs the firm of Cavwood X by experiMiClintock The combination sale held inch court da at the stock sard of M J Miirnhs X Co. attracted a sin ill crowd ami there was little bidding on Right head of cattle ihtoffenuii McCARTY & ANDERSON, passtil under the hammer at prices ranging front $50 to SMI per head, and for Lincoln and Casey Counties. a few txinies were sold at nrices rangMI per head. Owini' ing from to the small crosvd a large amount of C'.'isignuitut to the sale was not be lo.-.i- S. C. Buff Orpingtons SPECIAL 4 Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam! aiaBiaV v LaiaBiaB aiaV aiaBiaLW LaiaA LaiaW I The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the. farm close to town. The car that worth all you pay for it as a business tion, with the luxury and pleasure thrown The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for The car that sold in larger numbers than anv car the world. There a reason for Be wise and profit others' ence, When you want a car, buy a Ford. Agenli 1914- - SEASON All Peavine 4092 1914 Dam Lucy Well. 6404 Sire Rex Peavine 1796 Champion Sire of the World. Go to the records, don't take any body's word. Hi produce have won mote priier. and have sold for better prices than any stallion In Kentucky Why not breed Into the family that has produced the champions of the woild for the last decade, such as Edna May, Haiti Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana of the Lea, Rexall 1'itnce, Jaquelina, Jacquliae, Jaiiie, Prinress Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many others. This ii unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavine and reouau ter that the colts of Mrs. Lowndes, she has sold for tbe unprecedented prkw of $3,000 and $1,500 are out of a mare by Rex Peavine. Draw your own elusion, and breed to a horse of the .most popular bloodlines at a Jiving Fee $40.00 to Insure Living Celt-a- id a God $l R.S. SCUDDER, McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. 0, es. pit. u t m K ) pI HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE. nfftred :: ..AasaaalawaaaaS&amti