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TMi Papar Ii atta ap-W- Mm Renew Vof acriatti 9H 0 Waaa Yaw That LaM aa4 Press pMf. , STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1914. COULDN'T TUESDAYS AND' FR1BAY1 MeROiERTS FILES CONTEST FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEESHIP Petitions Allege IS Illegal Votes Wera Cast For O. L. Penny, Who Won On Face Of The Returns V M. McRobcrts, who was defeated for School Trustee of the Stanford Graded School district by G. L. Penny by a majority of two votes In the election held Saturday, May 2d, has filed suit in the Lincoln circuit court contesting the election of Mr. Penny, on the ground that 15 illegal votes "rc cast and counted for Penny. The peti tion prays the court that each one designated be purged and stricken from the polls of the election and that be adjudged to have received a majority of the votes cast and the of Trustees be directed and orBoard dered to so certify The suit filed for Mr. McRobcrts is directed against G L. Penny, W. II. O'Haimon. W. II. McKinncy, T. D. Raney and M B Satin, the last four as trustees of the Stanford Gradcd'Scliool district, and the plaintiff is represented by a formidable array of counsel. his attorneys of record being J. W, Mcncfce. Jr., J I! Paxton. T. J. Hill. j. S Owsley, K. S. lcorn and J. W. ciiy anil nnim in mc, common- - rectified whisky proposed in the same Lit has put Mi biiRnittfn more bill; and when the lobby of the succeeded In defeating that tax, , has wrecked moje human untitnrlv. "waves I called u special session of the genermore rve all th? other trusts consbin. al assembly to pass it, and it was passrewards those who icne it. and ed, putting one cent and a quarter on the lliott'who ofloosc.lL. It'. never each gallon. That tax has been yieldleg- - ing cites" each vcar to the state trsury efforrt'td cenlrnj-th- e about fifty thousand dollars. Wires;. ite cmrts, ana me I favor the Webb law passed by state. It demands a r,d if I had been a member of lr it," shaM- - lure 'the', senators and possmrc at tne congressmen that bodv, cither in the house or the Mt'trte,.hflUt federal conwrcis, senate when the bill was tin for consid t . ... t iui never cxcrcurii eration, 1 would have remained in mti niratii f'cnno'lVanla than ha Washington at my ost of duty and wer in truit in Kentucky, and no voted for it, and if I am elected to the ' the collar nt the steel senate, and it should become necesfiKttt more slavishly in that state, or sary to pass an amendment to that law fanowed its commands inoro oledient-"K-Jriui- l or additional legislation, in furtherStanley lias done for the li- - ance of the principle of allowing each iurirrtrut in this state. stale to protect its liquor traffic, I shall never be found dodging that or K'.'A few of the many in- IStjIliCcs of his service tn tltat Hunt will any other question. approve the two measI cordially SVVw'that Tarn nof misrepresenting turn irins riKord. In Aiikusi 1911, a IJein- - ures just recently passed by our genrwr(i tali rnfilrfntmn urac hrlil in eral assembly, one known as the l.ouiJvifte' to nrenare a nlatfnrm iiihmi Hampton bill, and the other as the RffW .whicji the Democratic nominees for Frost, bill. The first is intended to Uhl titficcs should ro la'forc the, peo makd" more etfrctivc the remedy giv MCO ple mrtlie caiupaiRii of tliat car. I he en by the Webb law, and the second, fciif-lW- chief issue in that was to eomrilete the operation of the Colin convention led 'tu'Vul whether or not a county unit plank ty Unit law, ko .that an election under slJftuld be placed in the" platform. r'nMHryi-ifff- f The that law can be called by tw cntyf (v c Liquor force mustered their full percent of the voters of the entire e of requiring pit ni the strctiKth against the plank; and amom; county, instead of each precinct twenty-fivper cent oi the ear ante. the most active leaders on their side , ,whn lie was .Mr Stanley, working for them to county. I governor my While iw wen ,a the full extent oMits influence in the was cailtd was the fact that attention the law, to he does, cflort to keep that plank out When the all saloons to close tin jker n qi'cstiou came to a vote in the conven- which required regularly Sundays was flagrantly and rale man tion on a toll call, he boastfully cast ,'aarfkickJ So the vtc of Henderson county against violated in the city of There was no ordinary power in the JtrajiiiH Inni- - the county unit plank His service to the trust was more de- hands of the governor to compel its M man he was do r m many voted than his service to the party or enforcement, and the most I could enJ to lJnere, would to the state; for intelligent observers "was to request officials there regardknow that, without that plank in the force it M) requests were not twiiefe- t .emphatically platform our state ticket would have ed; but in the course of tunc the court had little chance to succeed in the of appeals decided that the election of iy litaiitad and .to compromise November election, He, of course de- 1905 was void by reason of fraud who OMtion tioii the ground that the mayor and other officers nit to the in- - fended his hebl under that election should vacate lie could that the law would be "unconstitutionltd 'States sctia- - al That is aluavs the last argument their offices and that the governor ' 45.' made by a trust magnate. The court should fill the vacancies by afqiomt-incut- s. flic pre- - of appeals has said that 'the law was It was a most unpleasant duty thrust notwithstanding his Itlbc "great honor of constitutional, upon me, but it placed m my hands the isest. nillic senate in opinion. irttr to enforce the Mm. lay closing s the chairman of the committee ifitka of hii pledge 't(J ."renounce the princi- - on resolutions in that convention, 1 led law, and I was determined not to the fight for the adoption of that plank, lose the optKirttinit), even though all e: stood. during hi$ and stood before the convention earn- the Political powers of that city were made sure ot it in the it, although I was oppoied to it. rice a renreientatie estly advocating I'ranktort he had confronted with the hisses and jeers of appointment ot .Mr. lJingham. as may inaii whom he oomid the galleries, packed with tile followers or Imi.iii a ixditical standpoint it was ositiou to take at and ai aide at Ikiv of the saloon interests and of Mr a most unpopular any onc 'ulio ickj1 at Stanley. Hut a maioritv of the dele that time I was tin Democratic nomi'in true iniercsu ot gates stood with me in the vote, the nee lor the cnate, and the election mnon fieoulc and free. plank was adopted, the state ticket was to be held in the general assembly jticion of corjtorate or was elected by over tlurt) thousand of the following winter; and I knew .influence. Hi) predic' majority, and the county unit bill, re that my action meant to me the loss Miieimnirm victory lor moving all exemption of citirj from of nearly every member of the Louis Hfbroiuly aplaudcd. its operation, was passed by tne gen- ville delegation to the legisiaturranu member elsewhere in the siate ever) itlien launched uinm eral assembly .the! following winter. could be controlled Rclt lat about I wo it is a well known fact that the thatliquor interests. They by the enrag-in succeeded "upon the new rlrivi- - itolilicai agents and lobbyists of the ed ftqrfc in iecuHng the pKlit liquor trut art actively lighting me punishing tnc that winter, but it left bitterness lr United Statu tenators in the race, and ttcV- arc backintr Mr. me with no rejoiced to towards anyone; sec that the poI. Heurirtt llutl flii ran Slanlov and will continue to do so, un and I have sition I then took in these matters has me 4wfite. tht5iHK)i)le less they should conclude that they would have better to defeat me been fully v indicated, and that no patty nor politician in hat city would with some other candidate. wmt.wm think i. The temperance people have for now even Sunday of advocating publicly saloon. the open . should many jears been seeking to secure I am not influenced .by any feeling '.,donc lie egislation from congress to enable J Bej' tjhante state to prevent interstate shipment of if uiikinilness or hostility ,to those en, inv'me railroad liquor into dry territory of the state gaged in the liquor "business I not wish to do fcrorivr3Wcrests. " and A bill, cmhod)iug that idea, known as dividuals, thisshould question of prin. a harm, but is clufge' is. the Webb bill, was introduced in con iir- xacli grcs more than a jeat ago. It was one ciple and not of men; and I believe t - of the most important measures before that where the people have expressed 'r'-Tw4oneiiL. and retheir wishes in laws, tmaMmmmm . tMOMtiniey that session. Its chief ntirnose was to be rightly enforced. those laws should W'iillJ.duOn(fJui enable a state to break up' blind tigers regtet that it lias heen necessary .Tifcc axes etrsiw and other forms of ilto. or to IU.'SkI Naiiilll. ' nilrajU hJt; licit traffic in liquor It was n--t for a to uive so much attention Men douBlcd. MMt.M Vote in the house on February 8. of critise, my opponent. Mr. Stanley. Hut in navinii ine icKuiaiwc jast ear lint on the evening of Febru- as nc lias pncueu nis campaign upon ('Chord bill, which nut under wh ary , the day before the vote was to be a low plane of misrepresentation and oon T T.i i i ci.i. ahuc, he can not hope vi.wc oiaic nanrMU onmiiHwi takriK Mr Stanley, a candidate for the' ,fair and just discussion to escape a of his own frcntlit rates of the.'railraods. United States senate and hoping to es. of two His speeches 't Jlhen turned to Stanley's record cape going on record on that question, record. first extravagant consist of him- a train mi questions ami iaiu. in pant - boarded Kentucky in great haste and parts,and second, alnise otpraise me. scll, iii'Milroad question U ttLUc.ri- came to to make a speech. It is proper, therefore, that this oc sotiirtrt toTbe raisedl)iiiMflf Stan. Hut he did not foresees what was I should show the utter t to' hftk. if .ftossible..hiE&l"mle- - coming The bill passed both houses of casion, at least, Hil!c iild iiiexcuialile tjmtM'f on congress liy large majorities and went lalsitv of the charges against tne, and Lther niiestiiHu.ufhich is 'aimlfaiid to the president. Mr. Taft vetoed it. the irrcsH)iisible character and. inde '.' r- portaij isjnte between him- - an3 me. and i( went back to the house for a fensible record of the man who makes ' them. No consideration for the truth, "J uAe'fnwi wucn ne.carin,') e?C5v: vote on passing it over the prcidcut for the intelligence of his v "fc,fW prWriTatioif.j fliah,' ot by the wto. It required only a majority to no regarddeter bun from the most unOf an oaponent. 'Uoiiicedlos las it originall), and Mr Stanlev's hearers, 7 A - f"" I. Mer Id hi. allilmK- - and vote could charitably he spared by warranted statements, in his efforts to VrBwricurdJpii ',c l"l"orj,flK!tioov There the liquor interests then, because his win votes. fears of any attacks against it not have iihi in iouihj, sidle fcfitrs miriiren that question yi'as up Vote result, and could thereby changed my have noas a public servant. 1upon am record the he $M' fT' M taitf wAgn fuved his enough to claim that it has not vain sjtj w record wy fjpjTJ iuivnv nrvii jf'iiiiv Milt sides," with the ')tMt n Hut when it came back with the been free from mistakes; but the searchlight of strictest scrutiny has , J'MtooVijitc'rwts s ftainst the cabsc of president's veto, it rcodited L.ft terasktrance." UeWvertisVs MmseU of the mcmlicrs to pass it over the veto, been turned upon it in many campaign awL' sJMMac uhwly as the and the, liquor interests hoped to mus and 1 believe I may say, without boast the test. that invajirate. fur U..'He ter enougn votes to sustain me veto, eight it has stood, service as In nearly governor, years of my ai ;iAc ftraf a mstsf m rise Their orders were issued; and Mr. 4 ii.ui. Stanley, in obedience, was compelled I had many difficult conditions andlry-jii- g problems to deal with; but I am Ot HWH OCtOfHK to ito back to" Washington, like a tru MMtHM tfit MHli(Mlf hit ant boy, from school, not' only to vote. perfectly willing to stand upon a commMt parison of that administration with nd hwatlyiHl but to make a speech, against in- -, ilewlarc'tkat.it of was ''unconstitutional." the administration of affairs of my suc9wtiM vansjpuM What a spectacle to see this doughty cessors in oflicc. When 1 went into office ai governor U verv andjtcrrihle warrior against the trusts, andtae at Htat ttte'pur- - first stealthly slipping away from there was a debt upon the state of lmMatiaM.was more to Washington to avoid a vote, and then about a million and a halt dollars. cJMnnjui4.Bfreu'tiotoricty la. its in hopeless bondage to the urc.it Ken- When I went out of office all that debt tllAtiSh nftiinmnirch tinu r.nl tucky frust and after receiving its ortad been paid, the financial crtdu of frAin ll. itt.4nif v. ders, ignominiously returning to Washthe state was at the highest point it ington to obey those orders and take has ever been before or since that time; and there was nforc than a milhis medicine. Of course it is consti- Jf ttity friend All in KentuckV. Its vrr.il murr w.ii tutional and no court of competent or lion dollars in the state tteasury .' if,'.exeri;d, w."Mk politics of this final jurisdiction will ever decide it Obligations of the state were promptly-paiwhin presented, no interest bearH is absurd " to maintain otherwise. v lake any part nt the that there is an) thing in the cousii- - ing warrant Jiad to be issued, no inr" '"rtominatMia' Sr - tltiou of the United States to prohibit creased lax rate was put upon the peot,uiiMit.yvn iui man other' so righteous a measure, or to make ple, and during that tune the annual VMI9C IfCIC. f MAMn. . II f 2.. the lllllil ailMllu A.....n.. government an accomplice and revenues of the state were not as large 'iliw,llrw i, TrtT, "! wilKIlllrfll III -Kentucky had not" more reason to fear abettor of . and blind tiger as they have been during succeeding .. '.' Miv Harm 'lailkUul rutta tn him. Does his conduct in reference to that administrations ' jy lHiltl altAiaafitf uii a.Car.nufiu Irnct bill justify his Itoast of being the dauntWise and beneficial legislation vvas Xj ' r hiv. i r.n less champion of the people against enacted during that period, in the in. tkan ika -- to itself frnm the trusts? Docs he. in' his vaunted terest of the fanners, the laboring against them, make a dis- ii en, and all legitimate classes of our " mrmr ;wKery atfvmtimt attacks upon it crusades w etmgressman. mat tinction against a Kentucky trust that people and for the commercial and inW-- r ; ,hots.''U4st'w of the state his long vyarfare has great political influence here, and dustrial development a I'cuustlvania or New Jersey trust, When the republican administration imiomcio Ku - ana )ct ' -had $' Mi'itmoaL- ardent friends which have none' Isn't it evident to came into control in l'AW and pamt tjin'tifC act of his that the pepole of Kentucky that he is un- complete access to all the records and iHuy Mai' relief Hr tk tobacco srowers dertaking to mislead them, and trying books for four years, they were unta thtf SMwaW.tfriMM sketWMNes Der- - to raise a false issue to divert their able, after diligent search, to find anyof ralad'lif' that, trust, Inflammatory attention from his own record, which thing in all those eight yearsbase my just natary tfiwmf are me oniy s.hows that he is the servant of the administration upon which to ta. evM i ven for those greastcst and crudest trusts of all? criticism. shall not dwell longer upon V- Hut I My position on this subject is well 1 lltaUic one wea' For the part I may known. I bclievcit is conceded that I these matters. v..i- -. iMkceisfully in a have had some important part In the have had in all of these achievements for anv credit I might deserve, I or was the act of enactment of the temperance legislaleave to the fair and impartial judgW06. leiializlui: tion in this state, in the better enforceliquor ment of the people of Kentucky, r)pj, and that ment of the laws regulating the As to my oitioii upon national istuy active Ms- - traffic and in the increase of taxation on that business. Under laws which I sues. I believe that, too, is well known I have followactively helped pass, the greatest part hi this state. Since 18 I KaHtucky. and of Kentucky has become dry territory. ed the leadership of Mr. Hryau and fearaii by a 1 helped to pass, and as governor, advocated in every campaign since then I In the Sacond siimed the County Unit taw of I'Xto: the causes for which lie has stood. I .. and In jhe Democratic convention o( defended liiin mid his principles when Ceatucky of 19I. I supported the County Unit liey were not so popular as they are Hka a. I plank. In the platform, which demanded now; and no one has rejoiced more y than I have in seeing the steady growth nsmlniem to the law by unit to alj. cities, and and complete triumph of those princi- rcc-tiic- rs thai amendment. I have fought for the principle of giving to each county, the py right to decide by a vote of the people Rett Iwyt liquors r. it Ba4.aauRrrr.-t- fa oomi. whether be or not the alcoholic I favored county. sold In every should toics of the' Mate and k.hM fcxtattt to prevent the increase of the saloons license in tMltm w&cm ltt.'market or any the revenue bill of 1900, which brought Inn uimri its "business. It Imi additional revenue Into the treasuryt .j. ..i 2.!.. erei I also favored the gallon lax upon i hiooii-hiro a kirn acidity Imi a or red in iwy pr ry. aenvention; and InKctHHcky asaansWy irphSVokVKa arty.er wrath. the." general assembly of 1912 nassed MONEY SAVE HIM ATTACKED BY ROBBERS John C. C, Mayo, Kentucky's Richest Man Passes Away In New York New York. May II. -- Col. lohn C C Mayo, Democratic National Committeeman of Kentucky, died at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel this afternoon after a long illness. Colonel Mayo was fifty years old and was known as "Kentucky's wealthiest" citizen. All hope for Colonel Mayo's rccov. cry was abandoned last night, but administrations of oxygen kept the patient alive until 2, JO o'ebek this afternoon. At his death he was surrounded by Mrs. Mayo, their two little children, John, thirteen ami Mararet, nine; by an aged father, T, I. Mayo; his sister, Mrs. Frederick Atkinson; his brother, John li. Mayo; Mr. Atkinson Huckingham, a close and John V friend, all of I'aintsville. Mr Mayo's first severe attack was ofic year ago last March at the Waldorfstoria. He got better, made a trip to r.uropc and, seemingly vvas greatly benefitted The present attack licgan about three months ago. Washington Mayo submitted to a third operandi last Thursday for the" transfusion of blood, but it was too late, pericarditis had set in. I'liysiciaus say that Mr. Mayo broke all records known to science by the manner and length of time in which he held out against the raveages of Hnght's disease. Air. Mayo's lody will leave here at 9 15 o'clock tomorrow morning over the 1'ennsylvatna in a special car which will be attached to the C. &0. at Washington. The funeral most probably will be at 1030 o'clock Thursh-da- v morning. Mr. Mayo was a member of the .Southern Methodist church. He belonged to no fraternal order. Mr Mayo was lorn September IG, 18o4 in Johnson county near the Pike county line. His parents had come frcm Virginia and settled in Johnson. The elder Mayo had nothing save the little farm from which he wrestled a Jivmg. W. B, McRoberst Formerly of Stanford, Is Beaten In Louisville The Courier-JournSaturday, told of a brutal attack made by a robber tiK)n W. It, McRobcrts, formerly of Manford, who is connected with a drug store in the Falls Citv Mr McRobcrts' host of friends back home here will be glad to know that he was not ser iously inmrcd The naner said of the al nuniun .t. rar" " Rvl affair iiiti execu-l;f(irrvof- Hvfati it-- ,'JLm con-K'C- n irm .JL. 1 W las' tultl tje J. C. W. BECKHAM. iiv fc ;i.J'tat rt 1 - & .s -- bonj-lcgge- rs 1 I:m j i,-- :i. If iVk !. rj3??l0 sav-'th- 1 fM;rtakeii two-third- J? 4 a,tj j4et.trit; eufn - it.-a- ftec? . 1hlw9NMlMfti ',.TJ'a,":r:Mwir .., , ""'ji j'Wir"""'' i II ! i."t '' f i II boot-legg- er ' '. -- I T-i tFS Wt w r y r iCv!! ,'C. 'airs,! -- 'a extend-i.aownt- pics The people of this country have never had an abler, more devoted, or more useful leader than he has been; and it must be of infinite satisfaction to his patriotic pride for him now to see that 'most of those reforms for winch he has so valiantly fought, in tunes of defeat and adversity, and against such powerful opposition, have at last become a part of the organic and statutory law of the land, it is a greater victory than to have won even the presidency of the nation. At tlie llaitimorc convention of 1912. - voted for him for the chairman of the'Conventioif.-Whehe was defeated for that, I was one of thosd who wished to make him chairmanofthc commitCOMMENCEMENT WEEK tee on resolutions. Hut lie declined the I stood with him position of chairman Six Graduates From Hustonville High in his. work in framing that platform, School This Year and I was earnestly for the same man whom he sttpjiorteti for the nomination This is commencement week at Husfor the presidency Woodrow Wilson. 1 am in hearty accord with the prin- tonville, Graded and High School havciples of that platform, and with the ing closed, there Friday and the gradupolicies and methods of President Wil- ates are all in their glory. The commencement exercises were begun with son and his adminstration in redeemthe Chrising the promises made in it. I like the the baccalaureate sermon at by Rcv.A way in v.hich the president does" his tian church Sundays evening work. There is nothing of the noisy H. Uaugli, pastor of the Christian Hustonville. and tumultuous demagogue about him. church at The annual recital will lake place at Willi 'i keen intelligence, with an earn the Hustonville opera house on Thursiv t patriotism, and with that calm, yet day evening- - by a number of the pudetermined, spirit of the real statespils. man, he steadily and unostentatiously The commencement exercises will be sets alwut the accomplishment of his reforms and his purposes; and so far held at the Christian church Friday evhe lias succeeded marvelously well. I ening. Miss Floyd assisted by her puwas his Supporter for the Democratic pils, will furnish the music for the evnomination for the presidency for a ening. l'rofF. L. Records, of Transyl.jear'or more before he was nominated, vania University, will deliver the adnot only because 1 considered hint the dress to the graduates. Following is most available candidate to win in tne the program for the evening: Piano Duct Misses Maggie Allen November election, but also because I believed he possessed to an emipent and Ella Rigncy. Invocation. decree those qualities of statesman Salutation " aluc of Small Deeds" ship which would enable him to accomKrnest Ford. plish after he was in office, the best The New South Bowman Myers. hopes and ideals of progressive Demo1'iano Solo Martha Tucker. cracy, and to demonstrate that a platDarkness Brings Forth Stars Miss form or campaign declaration vvas not merely an empty promise to win votes, Lena Russell. "Opportunities of Youth" Allen R. but a solemn and binding obligation Evans. ttpo'i the successful party and its' candiPiano Duet. dates. Parting of Way Alfred Dodd SkinThe speaker then declared that he believed that his position was well ner. aledictorian "Success or Defeat" known on the issues in this figiit and Walter Bryan Moscr. he felt satisfied that the people were Piano Solo. Oneita Shewmakcr. aware of the position of Mr. Slanley on Presentation of the Diplomas Prof. the leading question! He "brought down the house" however, when he S. S. Robinson. Class Address Prof. R, L. Records. asked if any one were so wise or so well informed as to be able to tell just Piano Duet. Benediction. where Gov. McCreary stood on these Th members of the graduating class or any other leading issues. The applause., was prolonged and repeated are Walter B. Moser, Ernest Ford, Al. after this parting and only shot at his fred Dodd Skinner. Bowman Myers, other opponent in the race and he then Allen R. Evans, and Miss Lena Russell. closed as follows: PORCH swings at W. H. Higgins' Hut must close My candidacy for the office of United States senator will be determined not by the unfair Hazel Dawn Changes Hands of a and wilful misrepresentations dispatch from Havana, A press reckless oppoiunt but by my conduct in the past, by my records as a man Cuba, reports that Fred Wolf, of Havand as an official, and by my position ana, has sold Bourbon Prince and Hazupon public questions. In such a fight, el Dawn to Sir William Vanhorne, of with such elements of oposition to l.istuuas, Cuba. These are two of the me can not hope to escape calumny saddle bred horses recently bought by Hut 1 have such Mi. Wolfe in Kentucky, and taken to and misrepresentation faith in intelligence, fairness and pa- Cuba for exhibition in the Haviiaa of the people of Kentucky Horse Show. The dispatch says Hazel triotism that I have no fear of the result, and I Dawn captured first frie in every ring confidently place my candidacy in in which she was entered, and that her winnings were inoitgh to cover her cost their hands. If nominated and elected to this po. price in Kentucky, it is stated that sition, 1 shall assume it and discharge Sir William purchased these two horits duties in no spirit of vainglorious ses for his own use and that he does pride, but with a heart and mind, free not expect to sell them. or improper from any embarrassing obligations, and devoted entirely to a Mat Martin Shoot Himself in Foot faithful and efficient service of the Mat Martin, of Rowland, sustained people of my state andtof my country. a very painful accident. Tuesday morning, while testing an automatic pistol Garrard Strcag for Beckham for which he traded Monday. He took try-iA dispatch from irankfort to the the thing out in the back yard to a to and daily papers last week said ' James I iijighlior according the a1. report which to sent to J got her Hamilton, of Lancaster, chairman of the Democratic committee of Garrard going and could not stop it, with the his that a bullet pepetrated county, brought good news from his result a right foot near section of the State to the friends of very painful, but the toes, causing not serious injury. ft imer Gov. Beckham, when on a visit here to one of the State departments Mat says that hereafter he'll stick to Col. Hamilton says Garrard county is the old time religion and pistols, too. certain to return a good majority for Sunday Schools To Play BalWF Btckham in the August Senatorial primary election, This Democratic chairPlans are on foot for the organizaman has for years been a parly leader tion of a Church League among the in this scctitm of the state, and has Sunday Schools of the four churches always been a warm advocate of the of Stanford. Teams have been organizformer Governor in his campaigns with, ed in the Christian and Baptist Sunday in the party. Asked as to the situation schools and a challenge has been scut in the Congresisonal race in the Eighth and accepted for a game on the school district, Col. Hamilton responded that grounds here Thursday afternoon. Sevbe was paying no attention to ,that eral "old timers" will be in the two race; that he and other party leaders line-uit is said, and a warm game in Garrard who were behind the can- is promised. It is probable that W. B. didacy of Gov Beckham were devoting McMiiuey, of the superintendent, their attention entirely to the Sena- Presbyterian Sunday school, will hi torial contest, and were not going to asked to umpire the game. allow themselves to become interested in the congressional or other political Owls Meet Again Wednesday Night contests until they hail rolled up a good The second meeting of the local majority for Bfckham for Senator , Nest of Owls will be held in the K. P. hall Wednesday night and it is expectPistol Duel In Richmond ed that a large number will be present mght to As a result of a pistol duel on the as this will be the last meetiiit, strtcts, of Richmond, Wade Hurtle, go in as charter members, it all who wounded by signified their intention (o join, get in while, was dangerously tonight. A. degree team will probably William Frye, colored. be organized tonight and the work put In the whole field of medicine there o,i will interest everyone All the memis not a healing remedy that will repair bers are urged to be present. damage to llie flesh more qulcklv than Ilirbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT In cuts, wounds, sprains burns, scalds and collarHand harness galls heal up quickly rheumatism, its healing ami penetrating wl en vLLARD'S SNOW LINIMENTpower is extraordinary. Price 25c, 50c s applied, It is lwth healing and an$1 sTt'e Price 25c. !0c andDrug per hot. and $1 per lwttle. Sold by Shugars' Storn Sold by Shugar' Drug Store, Stanford, Lytic Bros., Crab nfird. Lytic Bros., Crab Orchard. Orchard. n 1 1 t, W II McRobcrts. 60 years old, manager of Thomas' Pharmacy, 844 South hirst si mi was attacked by an automobile bandit while alone in the store shortly before 10 o'clock last night He was beaten over the head with a revolver and the cash register looted. The robber escaped in a large touring car, which had stopped in front of the drug store a moment before the attack. Two passengers were in the car as it darted out First street, according to a pedestrian who was attracted by calls for help. McRobcrts said he was sitting in the rear of the place reading when startled by a command to hold up his hands. He looked up to sec a man pointing a large b!ue steel revolver at him. Upon his refusal to comply, he said, he was knocked from his chair by a blow with the butt of the revolver wnile on the floor he was struck twice, he said. McRobcrts called for help and attempted to reach a revolver, which was kept behind the prescription counter. Before he could get the weapon the thief had taken the money from the cash register Running out of the store, he jumped into the automobile and made a quick escape. Dr. Henry M. Goodman, of 721 S Third street, was called and dressed McRobcrts' wounds. McRobcrts lives over the drug store. His wife, hearing her husband's call for help, rushed out the side door of the store and screamed. "A few minutes before 10 o'clock." said Mr McRobcrts, "I heard a man come into the store. 1 thought he was a customer. Before could look up he had a gun pointing at mv head and wa3 throw- - up my hands, I ordering me to told htm I would never do it. I sa.v that he was deyierafe, but before I could arise he struck me on the head with the butt of the revolver and knocked Ine against a showcase. When I fell he struck me twice. "The man was well dressed, wore a slouch hat and appeared to be about 25 years old. His complexion was dark and he looked to be alwut five feet seven inches tall. I am sure I would know him if I saw him again. I usually-closthe store at 10 o'clock, and if the robber had waited another few- - minutes he would have found the doors locked." McRobcrts believes the robbers had Iten waiting the opportunity to rob the place At about 9.4a o'clock, he says, he was informed that a man called Trox-er- 's drug store at Third and Breckinridge streets and asked for the telephone number of the store at First and Breckinridge streets. He thinks this was a ruse to find out if the store was closed. Police were notified of the robbery and patrolmen in all the districts have been given descriptions of the robber. According to policemen on nieht duty robbers who use automobiles are the yegg-me- n most desperate, not excepting who blow safes or tram robbers, because the automobiles usually are by stealth or violence and driven with daring in the escapes which some times are more harrowing than the hold-upRobbers of this type have terrorized Paris, France, and perpetrated many daring crimes in large cities of this country The police say this is the fust appearance in Louisville of an automobile bandit, and the first robbery he has figured in. His dexterity and ruthlessness is an indication that he belongs to the school of skilled professionals. Several reports of stolen automobiles arc being investigated with Telegrams have been his operations. sent to neighboring cities upon the the hopes of getting another angle on theory that he has not stopped in ti Louisville to hide his trail. It is a of the police that the man with him is a robber, and probably an old chauffeur. Otis W. Pickrcll, of the Pickrcll & Craig Company, reported to the police last night that his automobile was stolen from in froin of B. F. Keith's Theater early last night. The car was described as bearing State license tag 1 e ob-taibe-1'- petition filed for Mr. McRobcrts. the names of 12 who voted for for Mr. Penny in the school election, are given as illegal and aa-mende- d petition was filed later giving the names of three more. The petition state grounds of the petitioner for believing that the votes cast were illegal as follows Mrs. Walter Carman, r, Mrs Grnvcr Hester, Stephenson and Mike Penny are alleged to 21 years of age. have been less than the legal school age on the day of said election. W. G. Smith, W. R. and Mrs. McCarley are alleged not to have resided in Lincoln county-simonths preceding the day of the election, as required by law; Jack Goode. J W. Brackctt, John Chappell, are alleged not to be residents of the school district ; Manley McGuffcy and Lee Wilder, it is alleged, have not resided in" the school district 60 days preceding the election : C P. Anderson is alleged not to have been a resident of Kentucky for a year preceding the day of thcelection; Walter Warren is charged with being a of the district 60 days preceding the elecaltion and James Ennleman is also leged to be a of the disDo-ziecy x iMcorn. In (lie original trict. The petition alleged that with these votes stricken off Mr Penny's vote will be reduced to 162 while Mr. was 175. Friends of Mr. Penny say that they will fight this case to the last court in the state, if necessary. It is understood that Attorney George D, Florence will file an answer lo the petition, alleging that there arc about 15 fraudulent voters on the McRobcrts list also and that the charge of being illegal voters made against those named in the Mc- Roberts petitions can not be sustained. As the Board of Trustees has canvassed the returns and certified the election of Messrs OTiannon and Pen ny, and issued them commissions, the latter will serve as school trustees until the courts have finally passed upon the case. The prosecution of such a suit through various courts, no matter which way it will be decided, will cost quite a sum of money, on both sides, which makes the action an unusual one when it is considcicd that the position of School Trustee is purely an honorary one. with no salary or emoluments accruing whatever. Serious Fire In Monticcllo Fire at Monticello Friday night did damage amounting to about $18000. The Christian church was destroyed, causing a loss of ?8.000, with ?5,O0O insurance, while the freight house of T. I. Alexander, his barn and two work mules were burned. Mr. Alexander's loss is about $8,000 with small insurance. The origin of the tire is not known. Dr. R. L. Willis, formerly superintendent of the Eastern Kentucky Hospital for the Insane here, but for several years past resident physician at Crab Orchard Springs, which is con ducted hv tits brother. Col. Vvillis, is in Lexington for a visit to his daughter and other relatives. Dr Willis is much attached to Lexington, where he resided for a number of vears. Lexington Leader. I will fl K Tsl si . J t N'o. 7TJ BARGAINS IN FLORIDA offer for sale 21 acres near town, mile from railroad In Athletic Contest With Other High station; a seven-roomodern house, just built, one tenant house, and good Schools At Lexington barn, one deep well, three shallow The second annual track and field wells, cistern, 120 bearing orange trees,-30young trees, five acres. in timber. meet, under the auspices of dii Kentucky Interscliotastic Association vvas $3,500. $2,500 cash balance in five pay- laid on State University's athletic lieid' ments. one ly cat,, apart The best- - bat- - a Saturday afternou, A km, at Lexington large crowd of 1,500 people saw the xeesimrg, Florida,fmuiesvj.mox 21., I have lots of other real baraaitw? cf events. Coach Alpha llrainmago, State University, acted as manager of For real bargains in Florida H iome; r 38-- 2 tne meet and all events were (tit write me. through with speed under his direction. Scott Montgomery exhibited at this The meet of last, year in which Stanford won second place was con- office Iast Thursday, what is said to sidered a success In it only 1J schools be an Indian hen. It is a water fowl were represented and 25 entries, while and they are said to be common on Cumberland river this meet had about 20 schools This bird vvas caught by Mrs. Montgomery, who disand 110 entries, Stanford won 20 joints out of u pos- covered it in her poultry yard. It is sible M, a recurd of which any school deep blue in color, white bill and webmight vscll be proud. Sam Emhry won bed, footed. We do not know of such high individaul honor. He made 12 a bird eier before being on exhibition points, winning lirst in the 120 yard here. Columbia News. Sam Gentrv hurdles, first in the 220 yard hurdle, ought to get this bird to add to his third if the 220 yard dash and made a collection of wihl fowl at his home on strong finish for first place on. Stan- the Hustonville pike. ford's relay team. The Stanford boys brought home two beautiful gold medFifty union painters, naner hangers als, one silver medal, two bronze metl. and decorators and an equal number of als and a silver loving cup. iioucarrters went on a strike in LexWill Wood st.n third hi the lulf ington last week out of a sympathy for mile, t Imer Anderson finished second the carpenters and plumbers, who went in the mile race and Grimes, Wood. out last week. An aggregate of about Nndcrson and Emhry won the. one 400 men are now on a strike. mile relay over Shelbyville, Alt. Sterling and Springfield. News of the Churches 'lh( Stanford team was conqtosed of k services at Presbyterian William (irini.'s. Will Wood. Sam Emhry, tlarlwell Shanks and Elmer And- church Wednesday evening, May 13 at 7:30. "Jeremiah as a Man of Prayer." erson. Julian Riffe, of Hustonville. entered Come. the declamatory contest at the Tournament in Lexington on Friday night and Most Prompt and Effectual made a very creditable showing. Cur for Bad Colds When you have a bad cold you want a remedy that will, not only give relief Health a Factor in Success The largest .factor contributing 'to but effect a prompt and permanent cure a man's success is undoubtedly health a remedy that. !' pleasant to take, a It has been observed that a man is sel. remedy that contains nothing injurious. tloni sick when his bowels are regular Chamberlaiii's'CotHih remedy meets all he is never well when they are con. these requirements- - It acts on nature's stinated. For constipation vou will find piau, relieves tne Hiajp, aids expector- nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's ation, opens the'.i ms and restores T ablets. I hey not only move the bow- - the system (o a, conditioH.'.Thij remedy lias a ta, ac sate and use. els but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. Thev are sold and can alwav ((r.'Wfd ' upoH. Far sale by all dealer, by all dealers. LOCAL BOYS WIN HIGH HONORS one-four- th -- LAWN mowers and hose at Farris'. '.VW rHE.YHIHW .. . - s J.JW?v .s- A tfMr $. " "5 ft Mid-wee- W s u .! . r.i-'Vji' iLi" " i ' lay ' '" mfmmmmHHM P-lj- ' ;'.'.ltw.; "J( s Tffo. "v " - Jl " s H jr i'4. -- v ?,rv- - '.- A.J3 - If JTwr T" "twRW ',.. - "YJ p$f ' b The Interior Journal . f m.f' . Thli Ppr Stflpj When Yonr Tlmt it up Watch the Date On Label and Renew Your Subictlptton Promptly TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS McROBERTS FILES CONTEST FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEESHIP Petitions Allege IS Illegal Votes Were Cast For 0. L. Penny, Who Won On Face Of The Returns STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1014. vJd're!iot ptookc 7 Its enmity or wrath. the-- general assembly of 1912 nassed ii pernicious acjivuy lias appearcu in that amendment. I have fought for the .ti'tarly every primary, convention and principle of giving to each county, the I MONEY COULDN'T SAVE HIM ATTACKED BY RODDERS . of a brutal attack made by a robber uK)ii W. II. McKoherts, formerly of additional revenue into the treasury Stanford, who is connected with a drug " u,0" " ',tl,,nc'' " nas I V. M. McKoherts, who was defeated also favortd the gallon tax uihiij III store in the Falls City Mr McKoherts' for School Trustee of the Stanford rHIIHMI IO Cniillllllll CIllJ :; city and hamlet in the common- - teen did whisky proHsd in the same host of friends back home here will Graded School district by G. L. Penny It lias put its blight upon more hill; ami when the lobby of the rec be glad to know that he was not ser- by a majority of two votes in the eleciously miured. The naner said of the has wrecked more human li- - tilers succeeded in defeating that tax, I tion held Saturday, May 2d, has filed filted more untimely, Urates I called a spccii! session of the generaffair suit in the Lincoln circuit court conW tl McKoherts, Ml years old, man h.tvc all the other ttustscombin- - al assembly In pass it, and it was passtesting the election of Mr. Penny, on TJ-.rcafd; tlu;c who serve it,' and ed, putting one cent and a quarter on astir oi Thomas' Pharmacy, 844 South ihe cromiil ihat 15 illegal votes were ii. First irni was attacked by an juituilic lljoe who opsc jt. It never racli gallon. That tax has been yield cast and counted for PennyThc petit his death lie was Mirrounded by .v.tcs in Its efforts to confrnl tlie leg- - ing each ycir to the state trn ury bandit while alone in Ihc store desMrj Ma)o, their two little children, shortly before 10 o'clock last night. He tion prays the court that each one from sMtircs, the courts, anil the execti about fifty thousand dollars. lolin, thirteen and Maragrct, tunc; h) vvas beaten oyer 'lie head with a revol- ignated be purged and stricken Mc- I favor the Webb law passed bv cm o(firrri of. the state It ilem.inds tlfe an aged father, T. I. Mayo; his sis- ver and the cash rcuistcr looted. The the polls of the election and that tbt, it shall Ii.ih' the senator, ami mess, and if I had been a member of ! Atkinson; his robber escaped in a large louring car, Kolicrts lie adjudged to nave received ter, Mrs. Frederick at.mauy as Hjssuue ot inc roiigicsMnru that liodv, either in the houc or the brother, John I.. Mayo; Mr. Atkinon which had stopped in front of the drug a majority of tlie votes cast ami tnc QkkkV rnnttlils stite. hi" the federal eonuress senate when the bill was up for c msul .skkkk Board of Trustees be directed and skkkkkkW. and John K. Buckingham, a close store a moment before the attack. "llicitetl trust' has never vxrreisrd irntion. I would have remained in to so certify. friend, all of I'aintsville. ijHjrr Hwer m I'ennsyivama titan has Washington at mv Two passengers were in the car as it ist of duty and' The suit filed for Mr. McKoherts Mr Mayo's first severe attack vvas darted out First street, according to a h liquor trust in Kenluokv. ami no voted for it, and it am elected to the is directed against G L. Penny, W. II, ohc )car ago last March at the Wal- pedestrian who was attracted by calls mail cvr wore the collar ot the steel senate, and it shyulil become neces' O'Batmou. V. B. McKinney, T. D. dorf storia. He got better, made a for help. trdt more slavishly in lfi.il state, or sary to pass an amendmint to that law Kaney and M. II. Satin, tlie last four as trip to F.ttrope and, seemingly was l,lMt .lllnll. Ill tllrt Iff followed its commaiiiN more obedient .ir :iililif iiul.-iMcKoherts said he vvas sitting in the trustees of the Stanford Graded School m great!) benefitted The present attack rear of the place reading: when startK. than .Slanlcs has done for the li ance of the principle of allowing each . district, and the plaintiff is representH'XVf began about three months ago. Washr led b) a command to hold up his hands tn this state. siaie to proieri us nquor iramt i tmcitt mit ttust ington Mayo submitted to a third oper- He looked up to see a man pointing a ed by a formidable an ay of counsel, shall never lie founi dodging that or A few ot the many in his attorneys of record being J. N. ant ii last Thursday for the transfu- larc blue steel revolver at him. Mencf.e, Ir. sl.lnces of Ins services to that Httst will any other questibti. Hill, II Paxton. T. II iNjll. s. I Lpon his refusal to comply, he said, J. S. Ows'tcy. J. S. Mcorii amiJ. W. sion of blood, but it was too late, percordially approve the two mcas that I am nut misrepresenting bun K. ;sHf'' A'-J. icarditis bad stt in. he vvas knocked from Ins chair by a Alcorn. rororn. in Migtisi r;u, a wem- - lire-- , just rtcmtly passed l our gen Mticky or ins I'hysicians say that Mr. Ma)o broke blow with the butt of the revolver, crjtic state comention was held in eral assembly, one known ai the In the original prtitioir filed for Mr. 'Vide all records known to science by the vvuile on the floor he vvas struck twice, Hampton McKoherts. the names of 12 who voted lilrsiilrnt l.ouisvillc to prepare a platform iihu j'"rot hill. bill, and the other as the manner and length of time in which he he said. The first is intinded to for for Mr. Penny in the school elecTwal llltik, wiiicji tin Unnocr.itic nominees for held out against the ravcages of McKoherts called for help and at- tion, are given as illegal and an -J. C. W. BECKHAM. J olh cmitllv state office s should ko before the. neo make" inure elfeclive the remedy gu Hright's disease. tempted to reach a revolver, which was en by Ihe Webb law; and the second, In the campaign of thai year. petition vvas filed Inter giving sV The f.jinh Ieir;ij pie Mr. Ma)o's Imdy will leave here at kept behind the prescription counter , the of three mo.e. The petition was to complete the. operation of the Coun- pies The people of this c utiitr have .r1lcd dcmo- - chief issue in that convention 15 o'clock -tomorrow morning over Before he could get the weapon the state names plank ty I'mt law. so .that an election under never had an abler, more devoted, or 9 grounds of the petitioner for tr lu ote whether oi not a county unit the Pcnns) Ivania in a special car thief had taken the money from the cash believing that the sl.tmM be placed m the platform. The that law can be called fi'y twcnty-fvvotes cast were rjirnillc), in be has been : which will lie &C). register. Running out of the store, he entire more useful leader than forces mustered as follows- Mrs. Walter Carman, their full percent of the voters ot the wentv-o- and it must be of infinite satisfaction at Washington. attached to the C. pro- jumped ii tit' the ntg lil'ior The funeral most requiring i into the automobile and made a Mrs Grover Hester. Stephenson in the strength against the plank; and among county, instead of W spt to quick escape. the to his patriotic pride for hint now for bably will be at IO.oO o'clock Tluirsh-daand Mike Penny are alleged to rear aisic the niiist nt'ttve leaders on their side five per cent of each precinct sec that most of those reforms morning. Dr. Henry M. Goodman, of 721 S. when, he wa Mr Stanley, working for them In county. I winch be has so valiaiill) fought, in Mr. ,ta)o was a member of the Third street, was called and dressed have bieii less than 21 years of age. was governor my attention While - his influence the legal school age on the day of in the Mow well a the full extent oftimes of defeat and adversilv, and .Southern Methodist church. He be- McKoherts' wounds. fact that tlie .! said election. W. G. Smith, W. R. l as he does. ell.Tt to keep that plank out When the whichcalliil to the saloons to closelaw, against such powerful iqqiositjoii. have longed to no fraternal order. .McKoherts lives over the drug store. required all tin 7ZA qi'estiou came to a vote in the conven and Mrs. McCarley are alleged InMRrnr avjipcikcr: in at last become a part of the organic Mr Mavo vvas Ixirn September 16, His wife, hearing her husband's call not on a roll call, be iMiastfully cist Sundays was regulatly and flagrantly and statutory law of the land. It is 18.y4 to have resided in Lincoln county ski difiovv n mule man tion in Johnson count) near tlie Pike for help, rushed out the side door of six months preceding in the city of Louisville. the day of the and" kick. So the votes of Henderson county against violated t(yUm)my 1MU victory than to have won count) line. His parents had come the store and screamed. There was no ordinary power in the a greater the eotuil) unit plank election, as required by law; Jack even the presidcnc) of the nation. , im tne praying iiim . from Virginia and settled in Johnson. .. "A ftw minutes before 10 o'clock." Goodc. J W. Bracketl. Imiids of the governor to compel its His service to the trust was more John Chappell. !IJI tnal nun ne was At the Haltimore convention of 1912. 'Ihe elder Mavo had nothing save the iw.- said Mr. McKoherts, "I heard a man than Ins service to the party or enforcement, and the mo't I could do e syuufd Kit so many voted for him for the chairman of little farm from which he wrestled a come into the store. I thought he was are alleged not to be residents of the va request officials there lo to school district Mantcy McGuffey and ttilsal Jlicfc w.mhl io the state; f'r intelligent observers the'convention.- When be was defeated Jiving. a customer. Before I could look up he Lee Wilder, it is alleged, have not reit My requests were not regardkrii'w that, without that plank in the W.KMM A'ltn.M here wishfor that, I had a gun pointing at my head and was sided in" the school district 60 days ed; but in the cotire of tune the court ed to make was one of those who f. i in our state ticket would have iHCHrcil emphatically iil.it linn chairmanofthc commitCOMMENCEMENT WEEK ordering me to throw up my hands. I preceding the election C. P. Anderson of decided Ihat chance .vrtw nmMf that had Gov had little election. to succeed in the of appeals void by reason the elect innand ter on resolutions. Hut he declined the told him I would never do it. I sa.v of fraud I'Ali was He, of course timing to compromise position of chairman I stood with him Six Graduates From Hustonvillc High that he vvas desjierate. but before I could is aHeged not to have been a resident his nsiiiiu iiiksii the ground that the mayor and other officers who in Ins work in framing that platform, of Kentucky for a year preceding the Mni- submit to the iii- arise he struck me on the head with dav of the election; Walter Warren is held under tlmt election should vacate tVti lie- coiiUI School This Year itaJVinfereNts" thai the law would be "tincoustittittou. and was earnestly for the same man the butt of the revolver and knocked charged with being a .a of kcttd L'tjitvl State sou al"' That is always the last arnununt their offices and tliat the governor s whom he supported for the nomination 'ISi.l V This is commencement week at Hus- ir.e against a showcase. When 1 fell the district 60 days preceding the elecmade liy a trust innnuatc The court should fill the vacancies by aptint-ineut- for the presidency Woodrovv Wilson. he struck me twice. havi appeals has said that the law was "he pre- and James Fugleman is also alI am m hearty accord with the prin- tonvillc. (traded and High School 'The man vvas well dressed, wore a tion to be a Il was a most unpleasant duty thrust leged nstiluttoti.il, notwilhstaiiiling his of the disgreat honor ciples that platform, and with the ing closed. there Friday and the gradurSMnHRfc.. Mrigtf lrMMlce' tbr untie mule of iiiiiiuii. uk,ii me. hut it placed in my hands the policies ofand methods of ('resident Wil- ates arc all in their glory. The com- slouch hat and appeared to he aliout 25 trict. sra IgTscat, m to enforce the Sunday closing son and his ailminslration in redeem- mencement exercises were begun with years old. His complexion vvas dark i4c Marviolailbn of liii nlcriue tin- chairman '.-VSof the committee liwer The petition alleged that with these I was determined not to the Chris-- and be looked to be about five feet led law. and ing the promises made in it. I like the the baccalaureate sermon at bv Rev. At seven inches tall. I am sure I would votes stricken off Mr Penny's vote ;' m !r s,i,. 6fc" IKOplc or U renounce the pnnci- - mi resolutions in that coin cut ion, an church Sunday evening the fight for the adoption of that plank, lose Ihe opportunity, even though all way in v.liicli the president does" his will be reduced to 162 while Mr. LJL F" aA.l.MJW rwNftMitie'ltWMl. the political powers of that city were II. Haugh, pastor of the Christian know him if I saw him again. I usually vvas 175. , r "TT1 BS ''vL .fiiii.if. iii and sIiwhI before the convention earn- oiNsid to it. I made sure ol it in the work There is nothing of close the store at 10 o'clock, and if the rrj-'r.-iiiWpwj Friends of Mr. Penny say that they it. altliough I was crvice ai niirrtentativc estly advocating demagogue about bun. church at Hitstonville. robber had waited another few minutes will fight this case to the last court in Itingham. as niny- - and tumultuous The annual recital will take place at courtly at Iranklort he hail confronted with the hisc and jeers of aivomtiiient of Mr. U nil i keen intelligence, with an earn he would have found the doors locked." the state, if necessary. It is understood iMoiii a iiolitn-.istandoiut it t patriotism, and with that calm, yet the Hustonvillc opera house on ThursTer;.mcj'aniiian whom lie ctinsiii- - the galleries. iackul will, ttu followers i r most uuiiipidar l iiosition to takewas McKoherts believes the robbers had that Attorney George D. Florence will at determined, day evening- by a number of the puABHHkakaBrB" kkkBtB mi pirtt of the real statestirsii any a ai.ic a iinv of the saloon interests and of Mr that lime vvas the Deaioeratir nomi T rrrKSrMk Inn waiting the opportunity to rob the file an answer to the petition, alleging pils. s Z' one who sltxl an Stanley. Cut a majority of the man, be steadily and unostentatiously ML The commencement exercises will be place At about 9.45 o'clock, he says, he that there are about 15 fraudulent vostood with me in the vote, the nee lor the seinte. and the election sets about the accomplishment of Ins ot ioj- inc trtte MilercM '. Trox-er'- s assembly roimnim people ami iree plank was adopted, the state t'eket was to be held in the general I knew reforms ajid bus purposes; and so far held at the Christian church Friday ev- was informed that a man called Breck ters on the McKoherts list also and drug store at Third ami ening Miss Floyd assisted by her pu- .ftpicion of corHiriitc or was elected by over thirl) thousand of the following winter; and that the charge of being illegal voters lie ha, succeeded niarvelously well. majority. jud the county unit lull, re- that my action meant to mc the loss was Ins siipiMirtcr for the Democratic piis, will lurnisli tlie music tor tlie ev- inridge streets and asked for the telemade against those the Mcinlltience Mi, phone number of the store at First and Koherts petitions cannatntd beinsustained. ot the Louis not viclorv for uniting of cities from ot oearlv every member legislature.. and nomination tor the presidency for a ening. 1'roft.I'". L Records, of Transyl-.aul- Breckinridge delegation to the He thinks this streets. I'uiversit), will deliver the ad JviKoruitily applainlcil As tlie Board of Trustees has canits operation, was passed by the gen- ville he was nominated, every member elsewhere in the state jerir'or rnorcjiefore considered him the dress to the graduates. I'ollowuig is was a ruse to find out if the store was vassed the returns and certified the m then lamictml uihiii eral assembly .the" following winter. Qi: ' iL.,!S only because closed. that could be controlled by the enrag- mil available candidate to win in the the program for the evening: It is a well known fact that the yhich ahout two election of Messrs O'Bannon and Pen 7 They succeeded in inost Police were notified of the robberv ny, and issued tnem commissions, the I'iano Duet Misses Maggie Allen mil upon the new privi- - Hlitica1 agents and lobbyists of the ed liquor interests. .November election, but also because I punishing me that winter, but it left In lies cd he jiossessed to an eminent and Ella Rigncy. and patrolimn in all the districts have latter will serve as school trustees iplc in kcciiriiiK the nnhi liquor trust are actively fighting me been given descriptions of the robber. until the courts have finally passed Invocation. r United Mates cnjtors in the race, and they arc backing Mr. me with no bitterness towards anyone ; dtgrce tho'e qualities of statesman According to policemen on night duty upon the case. " aluc of Small Deeds" Salutation Stanley, and will continue to do so, un- and I have rejoiced to see that the iio ship which would enable him to accomHe urKCil thalJhv I then took robbers who Use automobiles are the r.ruest Ford. in these matters has tvfore the riieoule less tin y should conclude that tbev sition The prosecution of such a suit office, the best t 4- - m vindicated, and that no plish alter he was m yegg-me- n most desperate, not excepting iWI 1m judged The New South Bowman Myers. by their records. a through would have better cancc to defeat me been' fully various courts, no matter Demohop's politician in (hat city would cracy, and ideals of progressive a platwho blow safes or train robbers, which way :t will be decided, will cost patty nor I'iano Solo Martha Tucker. m JlrVtHo Uut and tiH- ui6n an with some other candidate and to demonstrate that think ,. i"lKritrcintWmi that, one Vbmiltl Darkness Brings Forth Stars Miss because the automobiles usually are The temperance iH'ople have quite a sum of money, on both sides, for now even Sunday of advocating publicly form or campaign declaration was not by stealth or violence and driven I ena saloon. the open Russell. ul the, uthcrr If such should many jear.s been seikiui; to secure winch makes the action an unusual one votes, merely an empty promise to I am not influenced bv any feeling but a solemn and binding win "Opportunities of Youth" Allen It with daring in the escapes which some- when it is considered that the position WZ&.(tk'AmFj.or'ldf,tKay done lie ogitlation from cotignss to enable obligation if unktndticss or hostility .to those wit times are more harrowing than the of School Trustee is purely an honorEvans. slate to preteut interstate shipment of :' the successful part) and its candihold-upRobbers of this type have I'iatn Duct. ary one. with no salar) or emoluments fif ? litrpHKIiy the railroad liquor into dry territory of the state gaged' III the liquor "business As v I 'should not wish to do dates. speaker then declared that he Paris. France, ami perpetrated accruing whatever. Parting of Way Alfred Dodd Skin-o- r wl- - otlier bill, cmliodtiiu: that idea, known as corpora" interts ami f The harm; but this is a question oi prin- believed that his position was well tier. many daring crimes in large cities of how ,alte Aiifli a cliarfi1e t$. ills Webb lull, was introduced in eonaledieloriau Defeat" this country. The police say this is the "Success in tirUii liu a cl Mil miim each ur.ss more than a sear ami. It was one ciple and not of men; and I believe known on the issues in this fight ami Serious Fire In Monticello expressed fust appearance in Louisville of an Walter Ilryan Moser. raiscT'liy lii opioncnt, and re-- ' of the most imixutaut measures before that where the people have were Fire at Monticello Friday night did roblaws, those laws should he felt ofsatisfied that the people automobile bandit, and the first I'iano Solo. Oucita Shewmakcr. thai session Its chief that SUiidc-vevcrUMArunicnt w.t to their wishes in the position of Mr. Stanley on aware 18.000. ? Presentation of the Diplomas Prof. bery he has figured in. His dexterity damage amounting to about destroyed, LZFJ lifSrpiadC'Ife ikjwtd ihat duniik' Ins enable a state to break up' blind liners. be lightly enforced. the leading questions' He "brought I and rulhlessncss is an indication that The Christian church was regrc' that it hat been necessary down the house" however, when he S. S. Robinson. anil otlier lornis oi ilnMtnt fcsovernor, the taxes o the causing a loss of $8,000, with $5,000 Gift Class Address Prof. R. L. Records. he belongs to the school of skilled 4iLMliville ami Kahville railnai com licit traffic in liquor It was et for a to give so much attention to. or to asked if any one were so wise or o Several reports of stolen au- insurance, while the freight house of pany, liaij been doubled, tjiat he lud-a- vote in the house on February K. of eritisc. my opHincnt. Mr. Stanley. Hut well informed as to be able to tell 'list Piano Duet. he has pitched his campaign upon a tomobiles are being investigated with T. J. Alexander, his bam and two work 1'enedictioii. Miieif in hatint: I lie U'Kilatiirc- vs jast c.ir Ittu m the evening of Febru where (iov. .McCreary stood on these Telegrams have been mules were burned. Mr. Alexander's Th members of the graduating class his operations. .the McChord bill, which put under con ary , ine nay ociorc inc vote was lo lie a low plane of misrepresentation and or any other leadiru issues. The aploss insurabout $8,000 4j". trol oi inc otaie itauroau orannsion lakem Mr Stanley, a candidate for the abue. he can not hope to escape a plause". . was prolonged and repeated ire Walter B. Moser, Ernest Ford, Al. sent to neighboring cities upon the ance. is The origin ofwith smalt is not the tire the freicht ratc of the railraodv I nited States senate and hoping to es. .fair and just discussion of Ins own after this parting and out) shot at his fred Dodd Skinner. Bowman M)er. the hopes of getting another angle on known. ' He jhen turned to itanley' record cape going on record on that question, record. His speeches consist of two other opponent in the race and he then Allen It Evans, and Miss Lena Russell. theory that he has not stopped in Louisville to hide his trail. It is a on trust iirlinrn ami ald in part: boarded a train in great basic and parts, fiist extravagant praise of him- closed as follow s : Dr. It L. Willis, formerly superinself, and second, abuse ot mc. of the police that the man with '1ii railroad qursliou is a lalK came lo Kentucky to make a speech. PORCH swings at W. II. Higgins' Hut must close My candidacy for It is pioper. therefore, that tins ochim is a robber, ami probably an old tendent of the Eastern Kentucky Hos. (uiht to be raited Hut he did not foresees what was the office of United States senator pital for the Insane here, but for sevIcy. to hide, if possible. In uwnlnde-friMibl- v coining The bill passed both houses of casion, at least, I should show the ulter will be determined not by the unfair euaulteiir. Hazel Dawn Changes Hands Otis W. Pickrell. of the Pickrell & eral vears past resident physician at aiid iiiexctijablr record on congress by large majorities and went talsity of the charges against me. and and wilful misrepresentations of a Crab Orchard Springs, which is con.another (piostiou, which U a real" ami lo the picsidcnt. dispatch from Havana, Craig Company, reported to the A press Mr. Taft vetoed it. the irresiHinsible character and. inde reckless opponitit but by mv conduct last night that his automobile was ducted bv his brother. Col. Willis, is in important UMte between him anil me. and it went back to the house for a fensible record of the man who makes in .he past, by my records as a man Cuba, reports that Fred Wolf, of Hasand one from which he cammt icane sole on passing it over the preident's them. No consideration for the truth, and as an official, and by mv position ina, has sold Bourbon Prince and Haz stolen from in front of It I". Keith's Lexington tor a visit to his daughter much bv prukarrcatiou, or flicht, or by the no. It icquircd only a majority to no regard for the intelligence of his ilium public questions. In such a fight, el Uavvn to Sir William Vanhorue, of Theater earl) last night. The car vvas and other relatives, Dr. Willis is residhe olnne 6f in o(iiKiiicnt. It niedlox pass it originally, and Mr Stanley's hearers, deter him from the most un- with such elements of opposition to Listunas, Cuba. These are two of the described as bearing State license tag attached a to Levington, where Lexington ed for number of vears. to say that I refer to hu attitudi' and vote could srharitablv be spared by warranted statements, m his efforts to me 1 can not hope to escape calumny saddle bred horses recently bought by vo. Leader. record oil the liquor fjiiestion There the liquor interests then, because his win votes, Hut I have such Mr. Wolfe in Kentucky, and taken to and misrepresentation I have no fears of any LAWN mowers and hose at Farris". attacks upon fault in intelligence, fairness ami pa- Cuba foi exhibition in the Havnaa hai noer been a tun? in county, ttale vote against it could not have changed BARGAINS IN FLORIDA am or nation, when that question was up the result, and he thereby .ucd Ins mv record as a public servant. of the people of Kentucky Horse Show. The dispatch says Hazel triotism I will offer fii any way. since be entered politic, recoil I not vain enough to claim that it has that I have no fear of the result, and I Dawn captured first ( rize in every ring LOCAL BOYS WIN HIGH HONORS for sale 21 acres near Hut that lie- - lias not Jaken sides with the when it came back with the been free from mistakes; but the confidently place mv caudidac) town, mile from railroad in in which she was entered, and that her searchlight of strictest scrutiny has their hands. saloon iniir.;Mi iiRaniit the cause of president's veto, it required winnings were inough to cover her cost In Athletic Contest With Other High station; a seven-roomodern house, He aihertiirs himself of the members to pass it over the veto, been turned iqion it in many campaigns temperance just built, one tenant house, and good Schools At Lexington If nominated and elected to this po. price in Kentucky. It is stated that I may say, without boast sition, I shall assume it ami discharge Sir William purchased these two horextensively and spectacularly barn, one deep well, three shallow as the ind the liquor interests hoped to nuts-I- t anil believe im iterate foe oi the trust). He poses The second annual track and field wells, cistern. 120 bearim: oranue trees. r enough votes to sustain the veto. that it has stood the test. In nearly its duties in no spirit of vainglorious ses for his own use and thai he does eight years of my service as governor, pride, but with a heart and mind free not expect to sell them. y 300 young trees, five acres in timber.. meet, under the auspices of th; at the arch enemy of die steel trust; Their orders were issued; and Mr. " and would have it beliecd that the Stanley, in obedience, was compelled 1 had many difficult conditions and try- from any embarrassing Interscbotastic Association was $3,500. $2,500 cash balance in five or improper am obligations, and devoted entirely to a Mat Martin Shoots Himself in Foot lis. Id on State University's athletic lieid ments, one year apart. J lie best pay ing problems to deal with; but magnates, at the head of Ihit octopus to go back to Washington, like a trubaractually tcmde at the mention of his ant Lexington Saturday afterno m. A gain in Florida. Address. J. . LONGj" from school, not only to vote, perfectly willing to stand upon a comfaithful and efficient service of the Mat Martin, of Rowland, sustained at large crowd of 1.500 people saw the Leesburg, Florida, Box 21. dread name. He continually and ex but to make a speech, against it. and parison of that administration with people of my state and of my country. a very painful accident Tuesday mornthe administration of affairs of my succitedly dwells upon the work of Ins in dcolarc that it was "unconstitutional." llramuiagi', Coach if i.t,i luit ui uiiii itai uaru.uiis ing, while testing an automatic pistol events. I niversity, Alpha when as a What a spectacle to see this doughty cessors in ollice. vostifatinK committee, acted as manager of For jrry Strong (or Beckham Garrard for which he traded Monday. He took, Slate meet and all events were pit write real bargains in Florida Hioinc as governor went into otVe When JS-- 2 mc. tne niftier of lactone iiupreiision is very and terrible warrior against the trusts, to A dispatch general ami well bounded that the pur-x)- e first stealthly from Praukfort to the the thing out in the back yardwhich a ttuougli with speed under his reel ion. slipping away from there vvas a debt upon the state of fePT. and according to a reort of that 'invrstlKatiou was more to Washington to avoid a vote, ami then about a million ami a halt dollars, daily papers last week said James I The meet of last year in which Scott Montgomery exhibited at this 1. J. got her lo of neighbor scut lo the advertise and stive notoriety to its in hopeless bondage to the great Ken When I went out of ollice all thai debt Hamilton, of Lancaster, chairman Stanford won second place vvas con- office last Thursday, what is said to tail been paid, the nnaiicial cridil of the Democratic committee of Garrard going and could not slop it, with the sidered a success In it only 1.5 schools be an Indian hen. It is a water fowl chairman than to accomplish any real lucky trust and after receiving its orhis and substantial relief from the ex- ders, iguomimously returning to Wash-ingto- n the state was it the highest point it coimle, brought good news from his re .ult that a bullet pepetrated a were represented and 25 entries, while and they are said to be common on right foot near the toes, causing actions pf the .steel trust. Cumberland river This bird vvas to obey those orders and lake has ever been before or since that section of the State to the friends of very painful, but uol serious injury. this meet had about 20 schools ; lime; and there was ufore than a milThat trust few. if tiny friend caught by Mrs. Montgomery, who and 110 entries. his medicine. Of course it is constiliner (iov. Beckham, when on a visit Mai says ihat hereafter he'll slick to All here to one of the Stale departments in Kentucky .Stan lord won 20 joints out of a poslis ureal ixtucr was tutional and no court of competent or lion dollars m the stale lieasury. it in her poultry yard. It is never em.tcd in the politics of this fiinl jurisdiction will ever decide it obligations of the stale were promptly Col. Hamilton says (iarrard county is the old time religion and pistols, too. sible 6.1, a rtcurd of which any school deep blue in color, white bill and web. presented, no interest bear- certain to return a good majority for might well be proud. Sam Embry won bed footed. We do not know of such state. It never seemed to think It is absurd il otherwise. to maintain paid when Sunday Schools To Play BaleW high individaiil honor. He made 12 worth while lo, take any part in the that there is anything in Ihc cousti-tltioi- i ing warrant Jiad to be issued, no in- Beckham in the August Senatorial pria bird ever before being on exhibition creased tax rale was put upon the peo- mary election, This Democratic chairelection of a congressinning lirst in ihc 120 yard here. Columbia News. Sam Gentrv foot for the organizanomination or Plans are on of the L'uited States to prohibit points, man or other officials here. Conserighteous a measure, or to make ple, and during that tune the annual man has for years been a part) leader tion of a Church League among the liui dies, first in the 220 yard hurdle, ought to get this bird to add to his so 5" quently, an ambitious couKrcssniun in the government an accomplice and revenues ot the state were not as large in this sectMii of the state, and has Sunday Schools of the four churches third ir the 220 yard dash and made a collection of wild fowl at his home on Kentucky had not more reason to fear abettor of strong finish for first place on. Stan- the llustonville pike. and blind liger. as they have been during succeeding always been a warm advocate of the of Stanford. Teams have been organizformer Governor in his campaigns with, ed in the Christian and Baptist Sunday ford's relay team, 'The Stanford txiys any harm political results to himDoes his conduct in reference In that administrations y Wise and beneficial legislation was in the patty. Asked as to the situation schools and a challenge has been sent brought home two beautiful gold medself in attackinu such a trust bill justify his boast of being the dauntFifty union painters, nancr banners than the trust teemed to have to fear less champion of the people against enacted during that period, in the in. in tlie Congresisoual race in the Eighth and accepted tor a game on the school als, one silver medal, two bronze nied. and decorators and an equal number of fanners, the laboring district, Col Hamilton rescinded that grounds itcre Thursday afternoon, Sev- als and a silver loving cup, any evil eonsmpieliees lo itself from the trusts? Dors he, m' his vaunted terest of the uoiicarriers went on a strike in Lex the widely advcrticr.il attacks upon it crusades against them, make a dis- u en, and all legitimate classes of our he vvas pa) ing no attention to .that eral "old tuners" will be in the two Wilt Wood won third in the half ington last week out of a svninathv for people and for the commercial and in- race, that he and otlnr party leaders line-ufrom that same conurc.isman. it is said, and a warm game inilc. Miner Anderson finished second the carpenters and plumbers, who went tinction against a Kentucky trust that of the state in (iarrard who were behind the can- is promised. It is probable that W. B. in Ihc mile race and Grime, Wood, out last vvcik. An aggregate of about HV boasts, too, ol his Ioiir warfare has great o1ilical influence here, and dustrial development didacy of Gov Hcckham were devoting McMiuiey, of the superintendent, upon the. tobacco trust, and yet uei- - a l'cnusylvaui.i or New Jeisei trust, When the republican administration udersoii and Emhry won the. one 400 men are now on a strike. rier he nor his most, ardent friends which have none5 Isn't it evident to came into control in l'AKS and had tbur attention entirely lo the Sena-ton- Presbyterian Sunday school, will he mile relay over Shelbyvilte, Mt. Stercontest, and were not going to asked lo umpire the game. ling and Spriugtield. cart point to a single act of Ins that the pepole of Kentucky that he is un- complete access to all the records and News of the Churches 'Tin Stanford team vvas conqioseil of stKtitial relief to lite tobacco growers dertaking to mislead them, and trying; books for four years, they were un- allow themselves to become interested services at Presbyterian in the congressional or other political diligent search, lo find anyWilliam Grinu's. Will Wood, Sam Emor' lo the people, from the wrongs per- to raise a false issue lo divert their able, after Owls Meet Again Wednesday Night church Wednesday evening. May 1J at petrated, by that trust. Inflammatory attention from bis own record, which thing in all those eight years of ui) contests until they hail tolled up a good meeting of the local bry, tlarlwell Shanks and Flint. r And- 7:20. "Jeremiah us a Man of Prayer." The second erson. only shows that he it the servant of the administration upon which to base just majority for Hcckham (or Senator and incendiary Speeches are the t Nest of Owls will be held in the K. P. criticism. Julian Riffe, of llustonville. entered Come. remedies he has ever guin for those greasiest and crudest trusts of nil? t hall Wednesday night and it i expect- the declamatory contest at the TournaHut 1 shall not dwell longer upon . My position on this subject is well andjt ii that, the one w ea- Vvil Pistol Duel in Ihat a large number will be present ment in Lexington on Friday night ami Most Prompt and Effectual ed may For the part ", tucky known itruwerjs of believe it is conceded that I these matters. night to J .. ' 'Bon -thet4afii K " use succetsiuiiy in a have had some important part in the have had in all of these achievements - I. As a result of a pi!nl duel on Ihe a.s this will be the last meetitit, have- bewv ahl1o Cure for Bad Colds who made a very ci editable showing. I I ought deserve. streets, of Richmond, Wade Httrde, go in as charier members, ii allget or for auv credit Uust, was the act of enactment of the temperance legislaWhen you have a bad cold ou want tbt in by signified their intention to join, wounded leave to the fair and impartial judg- white, was dangerously VAX), (jKalizmg tion in this state, in the better enforcea remedy that will not only give relief Health a Factor in Success tonight. A. ilegree team will probably Kentucky. The largest .factor contributing to hut effect a prompt and permanent cure ''i "" as-- i' ment of the laws regulating the liquor ment of the people ofupon national is- William Fr)e, colored. WW" J". iiii-"be organized tonight and the work put As lo my jioitiou traffic and in the increase of taxation ve w;iu my ainve is pleasant to take, a a man's success is undoubtedly health a remedy lu the whole field of medicine there o.i will interest everyone. All the mem It has been observed that a man is sel- remedy thatthat sJuued by me while I on that business L'uiler laws which I sues. I believe that, loo, is well known contains nothing injurious. in Ibis stale. Since IS9o I have followis not a healing remedy that will repair bers are urged to be present. rtt Neither had that trust actively helped pass, the greatest part Cough remedy meets all dom sick when bis bowels are regular Chamberlain' 'sivogtli in Kentucky, and of Kentucky has become dry territory. ed the leadership of Mr. Ilryan and damage to Ihe flesh more quickly than conwell when he is requirements. Il nature's Ihrbcd wire SNOW LINIMENT In kMit'lkm4M liuvHt' to be feared bv a I helped to pass, and as governor, advocated in every campaign since thenI HM.LARIVS sprains burns, scalds and cilar and harnesscuts, ragged up wounds, stipated. never constipation they are find these relieves the lungs,acts onexpectorplan, quickly For ou will galls heal aids cuts, wounds, HSkhiulidMc' r fc - rcoii sircts 1 the Second s.gned Ihe County Unit law of l'.Mk; the causes for which lie lias stood. ation, opens the secretions ami restores II vLLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's c (lie- state. and in the Democratic convention of defended liiin and his principles when rheumatism, its healing and penetrating wl en s applied. It is IhiIIi healing and an- Tablets. They not only move the Imivv- - the system to a, healthy condition. This t UKre. it a trusi in Kentucky of 1911. I supported the County Unit they were not so popular as they are power is extraordinary. Price 25c. SuV and - e Price 25c. sX- and $1 per lot- - els hut imnrove tlie appetite sold I remedy has a vordrwide sale and use, plank in the -platform,. which demanded How; and no one has rejoiced more and $1 per Ixiltle Sold by Shugars tends like a I Hovwr . and can always be depended upon. For . Drug Storn strengthen the digestion. They arc Sold by Shugarn' .and noms in an auincnonieut to tlie taw ny cxicnu than 1 have tu seeing the steady growth- Ding Store, Stanford, Lytic Bros.. Crab saie uy ail dealers. by all dealers. i'rd, Lytic Bros., Crab Orchard. Orchard, wWb Hiu the county unit (o all cities, and and complete triumph of those priuci- I ftArMMt s l' e whether or not alcoholic liquors fpr'many years. It lias soiiRht to the ttolitics of the state in every sh.vtild he sold in the county I favored I Particular, and it ha fought to prevent the increase of the saloons hrense in any limitatlfm itiion its market or any ihr revenue lull of 1W, which brought ilomi-inat- 1ialnlt. na.nl.lt. lint. I 1.1 lc,ltiirtfV right to decide py a vote t tne people HRl!j''' v. K' j John C. C. Mayo, Kentucky's Richest Man Passes Away in New York New York, May II Od. John C. C. Mavo, Democratic National Committeeman of Kentucky, died at the Wal dorf storia Hotel this afternoon after a long illness. Colonel Mayo was fifty sears old and was known as "Kentucky's wealthiest" citizen. ll hope for Colonel Mayo's recovery vvas abandoned last night, hut administrations of oxygen kept the patient alive until 2.M) o'cl.ick this alter-noc W. B, McRoberst Formerly of Stanford, Is Deaten In Louisville The Courier-Journ- Saturday, told : auto-uwiln- b' ikA 1 l well-know- e Do-zie- r. v J&) -- i7'' iim iah - - ; siM 2&i tlSfSJji lBn''f ,7HVx v JeV 1 si" S - J 1 IVVff BVT rt3y:PR oihii tt - 1 delc-uaie- ssBS 1 a mw E'iiHUi .?-vHk-- 1 l t. . - XjKPy?t. ?; .' .ggg'ed; s. - - !tirie s - be-F- ti bMrStan. 1 po-li- :r 1 '&L. one-fourt- h two-third- 1 Ken-luck- ' 1 ly .- '".' V A J:. 1 try-it- 1 li.-t- 4 vv lioot-legg- al Mid-wee- k . eB LKsasass W JKfif 1 .... 1 1 ,..... T-- - -- '!..-- - fit . tv i. "I s 3tc"cr r: TW"1 ""3T " 7 TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1014. fiP 16 .sn1- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY V LTT "V 7 Tfct Interior Journal J & ) Preserve Your Properly 1V AVZBWCIS MfeaTX " --T Bll ELTON M. HAUFLET TfopTlrtot IN ADVANCE t II iimnd A TEAK HTIMCTI.Y "U'J IY USING Enlrei at Mr pntn(l(ti tUn unit mttlir. Stanaril H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint "The Bramf That Satunct" Hats That Are New && - 1 here is no guess work about capacity and durability. Read the formula on every can. This paint its quality. fomii a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains in perfect condition for many years. It retains its color too. It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. A Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Linseed Oil Paint of great covering power, spreading Tlic taxpajcrs arc paing Mr. Stan-Ic- y ocr $20 a day to Attend to the people's Imsincsj in Washington, wlicre Congress u now meeting in one of the mott Important sessions in many jcars. Vet he is t!eoting most of the time for which we arc paing htm, runnini; induce around Kentucky trying to the democrats to send htm to the senate. What do on think of such a faith fill public servant, Mr. Taxpacr? Friends of Mr. Stanley in Lincoln county must he hecomuiK worried IcM he is about to lose tins county Tin--) hac billed and arc adcrtistin him for a speech at Crab Orchard and ltutonillc on Saturday, May 2Jd For the sake of politeness to a distinguished statesman c hope the crouds will be larger than at Vancsburg where not enough appeared to hear him to induce him to make a speech. Vc htar lots about men, but John C C Majo was one among till thousand His death is a loss to Kiiilnrky that will be wry bard to self-ma- niax' tUm New from the factory-N- ew in shape- inuw in comDinauon 01 colors a young man's ha-tThe TANGO-it- 's style. We want you young it's dressy-i- t's Will 11KC 11 t ' mn to set l shap-HWiM- ' i ' PANAMAS in full, medium and telescope ful, fine white straw-- at $5.00. S. nonular -T- OTOeM ookmM. STRAW YACHTS-Alwa- vs l. " them all-- in fine split or course, roufih straw at $1.00. $2.00. $2.50 andf $3.50. I'S STETSONS-O- ur hat case is always full of JOHN B. STETSON'S staple and Jng stiff-m-any hats-- m soft and styles and colors, at $3.50, $4.00 and $5. !' ( $3.DV. 'i ZZ. - HUHH Hjp lir if Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask yoir dealer about its quality and for names of users. ON SALE If you want a hat, then you want to see what we have. Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Hon. A. 0. Stanley Candidate for the nomination for the U. S. Senate, subject to action Democratic primary, Aug. 2, 1914, will speak at Cure For Stomach Disorders may be avoided by the use of Chamberlain's 'tablets. Many ery remarkable cures hae bicn affected by these tablets. Sold by all dealers. H. J. McROBERTS ALLEN'S I i I- '- . , Unorders of the stomach Crab Orchard, Saturday, May 23, at 3:00 P. M. Hustonville, Saturday, May 23, at 7:30 P. M. YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR HIM. Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES I CHARLIE WHITE-MOON TW Covtff wm Eohliit siaiNATon or Compounded according to the Original A Formulas & Kecipea of Charlie White-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write R, vo wm u chuq-s- ihiu i:kdies . scinci ure cuFttHi Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky g-g- S? 3s?iAJfV tO r top ihat waste III S 11 5 JF 1 'HK stalks and husks from your I corn 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 field3 und barn yard are luglcss fertile season after teaonyouiicedan v'vtBBKj-XW.- Oi 7rmr WSKff will 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 bard work in zero weather. Why hot get ready for it by erecting an Indiana Silo before next harvest time. We've sot a tnlghtr rood proposition to nukt to too rlsbt no- w- money laver. Give us a chase to tell you about it. It zEMK!&iBJmJlmBKR 2g"!l JTt W. P. KINCAID, "w" STAXrOHI). KENTUCKY. ir3afj BmTfWI3L PbbbbbbbbbbbbHbb fdBBBVBVBVBVBVBVBBBVVfB Dakota Jack's J BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBxv INDIAN REMEDIES Baada hit name famous aH over the , United States and Canada. Composed ol Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Fer treatment of Human Diseases. rureley's Indian Ilerb-- 4S Days' Treatment, 91.00 bar Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 2Se 10. 3 bars 28s oaiaiNATcn or PURSLIY'S INDIAN IWNM DAKOTA JACK TU Notthwtttcra Cowboy All ON SAU AT Slfuyars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ca. LANCASTER Mrs. J. W. Accy has returned to her home at Stanford after isiting her n crniutt. .V)iHilcllnmniU, lolit j crywhf :o. sample parents, Mr. and Mrs Vm. Hughes. IrlMr Alltn s. Olmnlnl, Lr Hoy. vf'KI'.lt. v. Aiiilrr, Coi Kiosiuan A. (). Stanley spoke The Man who put the KE in FEET, to a large house of staunch democrats TT TAKKS mora Hun a .lock of tt in the adjacent Milage ot 1'aint l.icK. , The Chautauqua Circle held their NOTICE TO BIDDERS trnofi inf.'flfmtic in til itn n inuut ilri. last meeting for the jear with the teachers. Misses Ilr.ishear and Mason - Sealed bids will be received at the It rciires an intimate knowledge 'A wrV at the home of Mrs. Will Lawson. iff ice of the County Clerk, Lincoln Sunday, May the 10 was Mothers Ti nittiMirimj and mixing, 'which comes oniyWrt'-es- " county, kentuckv, until - o'clock Da and the able ministers of the town noon. Saturday May Zi, 1914, for the excellent sermons preached careful study and experience. Your prcsTip-tionsAverection of a bride over Hanging I'ork to the good mothers of the near Hustonville on the I.ibmy pike. be properly filled at our store We city of Lancaster. Hans and specifications for which may Mrs. I. S. Dunn and children, of Lexbe seen at the above office. have every modem facility und we ItMw Ww. ington, are with Mrs. Dunn's parents, You 2. A certified check for five per Mr and Mrs. J. D. Gulley. cent of bid, nude p.iv.iMe to W M The Lancaster High School team beautiful Furniture, llright, treasurer, shall he filed with defeated the Richmond team in a match each bid, which, in case of the bidder Woodwork game of base ball Friday afternoon in THE RKXALL STORK for bidders) receiving the award, the athletic park. The score was 17 to ahitild he fail to execute a contract small cost. 3 in favor of the Lancaster boy. This and file a bond within ten (10) days makes only three games in which" the after the nf his bid, shall require any skill Lancaster team came out in fl)ing Agents be forfeited to the County as liquidat-e- d colors torestorcvornfurniture, damages. floors, etc., t original beauThere were four confessions at the 3. li nids must be the regular form ty. Simply use PEE GEE Christian church on Wednesday evenfor Caadies furnished b the County, sealed and combined ing after the lecture given by Mrs plainlv marked -j tain and varnish. lillic K. l'a)iie, of Indianapolis. A. The successful bidder will be Mr Samuel Davis, who has been ill to furnish a Ixind for SO per You'll be delighted with the of paralysis at Camphcllswlle, has imcent of the contract price issued h fine results. Tryacantoday proved sufficient!) to be brought to responsible surety approved by the It comet in 11 Natural the home of his father, Wm. Davis, of County Judge, and drawn to protect Wood Colors, White, Gold this cit. the cemnty and anv and Enamel. AH sizes. Mr. Ww Smalley, of this county and surety to be given before any work is Mis Jennie n'illiams, of Louisville, begun. were united in marriage at the home of PEASLEE-- AULBERT CO. s. The County recrves the right to bride in the Falls City. IWCO.Mf0 reject any or all bids. On Wednesday evening most annro- o. Tenders will be received on the LOUISVILLE. KY. Manufacture! piate services were held at the Bapfollowing item s tist church, the occasion being to conFOR BALC BY Fisrt For all concrete work, all secrate the new members, that had abutement, and piers. joint d during the revival into the Second For all steel work. New Stanford Drug Co- church. A number of appropriate adThird For all fills. dresses were made by the pastor and STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Fourth For .ill work as a whole. officers. 38-- 3 11 D. PENNINGTON. tiaIe Doty, the bright joung nepCounty Engineer hew ot Miss Lena llright, had an en, joyable birthday party at the home ol FOR SALE AT MORELAND, KY. Casehalm Karndyke Popular De Kal Ins aunt. The happy occasion was to BY G. B. PRUITT. celebrate his eighth birthday. Inviting No. 82319 refreshments were served the jouth-- f n gathering. This pure bred Holstciu-FrioaKIDD'S STORE Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny left the bull was bred by Case and Harrington Tlic tliilooilicr poet wlio proclaimed of Leickvvood. Ohio. He comes of the past week for a mot delightful outing in New York and other places of .hat "man neir is. hut alvas to he highest breeding in every line, tilet," was wise for twn this gencra-iomany of the best and most interest. The tli'KUtsc of "orae hlessiiiK Mrs. Wm. Sebastain, of Richmond, prominent strains that ate producing a here for a visit to her sisters. Misses is too complete for rccoumtion and the large percentage of the great record is altruists and optimists ure unahle to cows Will nuke the prt'cnt t'essic jnd Eunice I'rather. at All Little Horace Hoggs Gulley, son of ippls the law of computation to pre ?JtK) Money due at the gate One Mr. and Mrs, Coleman Gulley and two sent u either. mile north of Stanford on the Danville We hayseeds arc away hehind and pike Blight's Inn Faim, Stanford. 35 little sons ot Mrs. I. S. Dunn, of Lexington, were operated on by Drs. just when a plow can anain he pro- lackson, of Danville, and hlliott, of fitahly started is the momentous prob- SHELBY SULTAN NO. 117467 cm ot tlie moment. Lorn pianung sea this city. nson is slipping hy and onlj the ear Miss Georgia Dunn, the efficient x This Jersey Hull just received from made a start ini upenntcnduit of the I'rison Work, of nest bird has he Christian Endeavor, was in Frank-or- t locality has been epecially afflicted Shelby county, Kv., ami by Clus Uright's Imported bull Pansy Sultan for the meeting of the Christian vMlh miniature cloudbursts, when pre cipitatiou in our north and south sub- that coit $1,300 and a proven breeder hndcavor Union of merit, by the grand bull Sultan of Licutmant John Paul .Miller and urbs has not been enough tf disturb anil sidewalk encyclopedias Oakland, first prize on the Island in wifeare being showered with congra- - jf STANFORD, KENTUCKY tinance. Mexican brigandage and in 1906. First prize Sweepstake breeders .ulations since the arrival of a hand- cup. Reserve champion and firs! prize eriiatioual diplomacy nine little son in their home. Mondjv nmht the clouds snrunir a bull over Jerseys in class for bull and Mrs. lid Price and Mrs. N. R. Price pregeny, 1907, also the highest price our city and environwere recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. leak jut S. Price at Stanford. They reported ments of such mdKnitude that the re- s.vas paid for him that any bull ever n brought on the Island at public auction that Dr. Price is showing improvement sultant downpour suKKestcd that shower of sacred legend. Resi- - Hede'scends direct from champions. since a recent operation. Rev. S. H. Poilitt has returne'd from Jents along Water street were aroused Flving Fox. and Imported Fern Lad Sncibv sultan is out of a cow of v Moreland, where he was engaged in a it midnight by the rush and roar ot I. Scoot' breeding of Scool's Station NHters and within an hour the Utc nost interesting revival, which resulted crew had ferried every soul along Shelby county, Ky., (otic of Kentucky's in a number of additioins. Ky., The graduates numbering 14 of the Main and Water struts to our acroixi. best Jersey men) Coming from the Lancaster High School, will hold their lis. Our biplanes and steam lauiicht. noted Sensa f mil), that has produced lommenctinent exercises on Thurs-Ja- y iaing been hurried to aid of our nay him so many prize winning anil lugS n Mxican waters, Jim imow. Will ytchling cows His first dam is Miss evening at the School Auditorium 1914. Mr. C. W Murphy, formerly of tin Martin and Hudson ISohon mounted Siela bv Scnsa's Hero bred by W I. Rights reserved to reject any and all bids. county, died at his home in Lexington the infirm on Hud's buggy mare and Scott anil by Scnsa's Pride, with IS m Contract rs must furnish Bond acceptable to owners for after an illness of two vears. He is ltd and toted the more agile to safe- list and Sensa Ins dam with a tct of 21 (Kjunds in 7 days and inheriting the survived bj a wife and four children ty through the turbid tides, overflow50 per cent, of amount of contract. ing the boulevards. The patriarch of the 'icst blood of the Island direct from Mrs. Allelic Landram McFarland, Contractors must be responsible for violation of all city laughter of the late General W. J. citv persibtintly declined to get out of St. Helta. Iiutter King and Torment ordinances connected with work. and tuberculin This royally bred Landram, died at her home in New !ed and join the refugees on the hill, All measurements must be verified at building. Wirk City of heart disease. The de- till finally the crew threateningly pre- tested young bull will make lite prcs ceased is survived by her husband, a sented an ultimatum of getting out of ent season at inv faim near Stanford. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK iromiiKiit V S officer, one kon Dr that bed and putting on his clothes or Ky, at ?500. Money due when scr I privilege Return uiidram McFarland, a sister, Mrs being hurtlid in onlj a nightgown into vice is rendered. iiidst of rejoicing fellow citizens. He granted. F. REID. th irks McGugjn, of Howard, O., and bjot up reluctantly, impotintly execrati brother, Louis Land ram, of Danville ing the meddlesome mob who verified Mrs. McFarland was a woman of Rbeumatitm Quick Cured emarkable musical talent, having a the scripture that "wicked when onlv "My sister's husband hail an attack shadow pursues." Watergates, highly cultivaed voice i of rheumatism in his arm," writes a fencing and other tlotsam clutwell known resident of Newton, Iowa ter some streets, and some away from "I gave him a IkiIIIc of Cliaiiiberlain'f the scene inav conclude there's some Liniment which he applied to his arm compensation in a seasons supply of ami on the next morning the rheumastovewoexl. Suburbanites above high tism was gone." For chronic mtiscula' water agree tint the Hitting lights the) rheumatism you will find nothing betavv about one o'clock were the most ter vivid reminder of Venice they ever saw by than Chamberlain's Liniment. Sold all dealers. actually mllUoni in America. IS g.rma mlUlom ol that grow That fruit is rarely or never killfrom ono or two that ed h freezes tn li.ht of the moon is Sot under too skin and Into tho blooo. again continued I he grouching pessiBR. BELL'S mist proclaimed wholesale damage and destruction and Vhere was rarely a the late residence J M Car- tidier bloom and prospect of fruits. tcr, tSr, near Moreland, Kof on ppll.d rllhl awiy would h kllltd IhoM f.w Should blackberrv winter he safely me. kt Ih.t nUlUam born. Friday. May 22, 10U f.rnii anf Sfc.ptboa of tin, ) from twin .mar. the ciop will he "counted sure. radr lor CRAB ORCHARD, KY. I will offer for g.oo.1, aik Ut Dr. O.US Aiuwnlc iov. alKiut 1:30 P M ritjurations indicate increased acre at at public outcry to the highest and sale "TsU H Br Tb. B.U- ag" of tobacco and plant beds are de- best bidder a lot of household anil kitclared universal!) excellent 1'astures chen furniture, beds etc, some fanning and meadows are one hundred per cent iiijile'ineiits. tobacco sticks and other f averat,c ami many plus. Gardens arc C. 1e will be made proprrty 'I he and late, hut here ami iliere is one that on credit of three months, bond be shames the sluggard. Wheat is excel- nig arequired nf the- - purchaser with lent and if vvc catch up with corn plani- sufficient surety, bearing six per cent ng the Wilson administration is due Manufacturer from date This May 11, 19U credit for as good crop prospects- - as interest and Dealer in 11 tf-- 3 D. CART1-K- , Admr the G, O 1. ever beneficicutly decreed, I'auamanian and Mexican matter High-Cla- ss have relegated politics and patriotic HIQHC.T UMKCT V.IUI MID TOII politicians, ever ready to subordinate UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Origins! Designs and Prompt Service-Guara- ntee self and self hterots to service of the Quality Connections at all deci pcenul. to a limlo of foruct fulness Dealers la Granite and Marble Quarties. or indiffsrencc Furniture Mattbt, Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMBA4.I Ofice and Works on Cemetery Hill ture Exchanged far at, KbHk Closed on Saturdays Fire of unknown origin destroyed the Offtee Pfmw 117. HMMPtftM. LOUIVILLC, KV, Of Meek. Telephone No. 164. ii'siilrnce of Mrs. Win. Harris, at Rich, csioBLianm V PHONE 42 STANFORD, XY. mond. Lost $3,500, with small insurance. ITANFORf. KY. ITANFM0, KENTUCKY. WWilC can have I kJ? FOOT-EAS- E rh? AntiMptic pnwilcr hkf n Into ilic.hncn The Standard Rem edy lor the Feci (nr muiirr A Good Drug Sttre Ti-ri- ti a ySil ill f&mnt '. av. V compli-menta- r) bright and Floors, and at Sronny's Drug Sior 1 w S.3L acce-ptanc-c Jfmadfyi Pne PI LJ r- G SUMMER CLOTHING I'll " ' n con-t.ii- n. Once again we call your attention to our summer models ot Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Clothing. We can show you any color, price, size and model. Our prices are always lower for the"' best of merchandise. Straw Hats, Odd Pants and a beauti- Ladies' and GentV Furnishing Goods. Call and see what we have ,and you Ww11 an ful line of Shirts. kinds of work pants. itn will buy. ROBINSON'S' oir Noa-chia- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS sa-n- g Plans and specifications for remodeling and repairing, heating and plumbing the Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, have been received. Bids on the proposed work will be received until May 15th, j flST drift-wgoo- d, ) BLOOD POISON SSA American Field Fence and Barb Wire W. E. PERKINS, J. Public Sale. Antiseptic Salve HARRY JACOBS J. L. Beazley & Co., M'CUry Muuieflts HIDES" SKINS ibjt ifc8c JOHN WHITE & CO. f A V TNB IRTKRIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1914. iBrBIKmagBp V m39 JBaaOMMPWraaa? raaa$wraY9B,, t1''d WJWiVil; S, A 4SbBBBBBHSBBBBP ;iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH ...aaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaav Coats Bakes Lea HEARD ABOUT TOWN 1 iflOH WATER "GETS" DR.BOHON ''Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafaaaaaaa. aaaaaak Better. CALUMET Sir W T, K. Tudor, the liustlinR poultry and prmlilce buyer of Stanford, went up to llrndlie.il! Mond.tv, to receive a lot of poultry which had been delivered to him there by the farmers of Nock castle county. AFTER SUFFERING TWO LONG YEARS Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink. Sire of Kfdd's Store Forced To Wett End Newt ChSSdron Cry for Flttchr' 3 wm! f 'rwftlA - aaaRrlaaaaaafcaa M.-cy- f ARk .jJWIJy POWDER BAKING State Senator Charlc F Montgomery, of Liberty, was here Monday ihikinir. hands with his many friends He was congratulated on nil sides up on the splendid record he made in the recent ssssion of the General Assembly I'ostmastcr Will Surlier, of Junction Citv, was in the city Mr.nd.iy shaking hands with his many friends and their congratulations tiiion hit sdrfttfiti In lialnllr I Inrli. .Sjm Imti nets at tlit junction for the next tour years J I) Fads was up from Crestvvood, Shelby county, Monday and wint on from here to London, where he has Urn summoned as a juror in fcdual Mr Lads nays that the dituo court erats of Shelby county arc viry largely for HccMiam for United Statu senitur an I that Shelby will give htm a big maiorttv next August ham's Vegetable Compound. Mlnnrnpolin, Minn. "Aftor my littlo one wm born I was sick with pnins In my sides which the doctors paid woro caused by inflammation. I sufTcred a yJK. aiaaar BCONQBJ''' f onc think you nrc tltfRSK&J tffiTviitfral lAIAJNljII EaaaH?1V73 Vf'""HPt tflBHaiB jEaawaWllaW JJE',yfctf HtBwtf1 halting. lnjuBHMlVMVefuorf,UMrf(xl-unirorTnljrrn- wonder- Calumet Itiiurrs Hut it dors nl PBpflp IBIIBsf right. Url(fltHMHfettMmir1tt to wlo ujc It-l oraik your women MCHCST AWARDS fool. Ak flHVl nll Wk35sV1 'a1? ., - was able to do my housework and today tug over the court ilav market lit 1 nm strong and healthy again. I will savs that in the eunt Maurice F.irris answer letters If anyone wishes to know '- ......a.-.t- a dot sift care to go to tbr IfiMslatun-fronr'Tirr"-'"'mi i r lloylc next time, he is going to about my case." Mrs. Josurtl Asklin, run Dn tucker, who is well known to C2S Monroe St.,N.L,Minncapo!isIMinn. every stoik buyer in Hoylc, Oairard, I.ydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable ComLihioh) .uid Cusiy soiiiilits, W- - C T U IN CONVENTION pound, made from native roots and McCarty . ndcroii sold a fie i.,s herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful Sixth Annual Session of 11th District 1 sinner Ford to County Attorney li. C drugs, and today holds the record of At Harrodiburg This Week. M'mre, of Casey. Moniiay Mr .inl being the most successful remedy we ar lay T Mr and Mrs. Moore were hero the know for woman's Ills. If you need such Coieinan ljers, of I'rc's cnek near sixth annual coin cm Ion of the guests of Mr and Mrs Hl Wilkinson, a medicine why don't you try it? The llusti.iitille,, sold to John I.ittcs, ol Wjomii's Christian Tempt ranee I niou anil drove the car home The hustling he linblile section, one cow fur Distrut, local agmti are having a hard time of the Fteicnth OrKanued If yon linvo tlic-- slightest doubt uid eighteen hogs at setcn and a half which mcliiiUs a number of counties keeping in these (Kipul.ir cars CYIS MUT Ot rXM TMlCYU- -N tlint Lyilln V.. IMnklium's Vocta-lil- n cents per pound in this ttction of the state, Jickius at Hie new hitch rack recenllt install AMC Milt. Compound will help you, wri to llarrtxhlmrn this ecniiiK The WMJir Smator U I. Hubble, G 11 Cooper to Lydlu IMMiiklmiii McdlclneCo. d lit the city at the rear of Weather-lor- d MTaaaaaaaaV' KAU. the district arc: s store, is a Kreat conteinciice to and C Hays Foster Wive in the local 'President Mrs. I K ll.ini(lmi.iu (confidential) Lynn, Mrs-- , for ad- the countr) people and will sate the SS JSIp 5. TfajKlial to I low .Mrs leiinic lliirnctt, dcligitioti which saw the ihrby run at Nice President hm aCajHr,uv. rrWr,M' nrm. Louisville Saturday. Mack II Kub.inU vice. Your letter will lie opened, olu mauls from hating to wade in t lie Treaturer Mrs Sarah CarruiKtoii was also on hand T M. Grcin, the rend nnd answered by ft woman mud to mote (lie horses that are hitch .Secretary Mrs I C James lor ed on their premises. K. ciack sprinter owned by Hubble, Kee hecrttary, l'to run Mrs and held in strict confidence. Mers. "kicker Co. of the West and L'ncle Dave I'rcvvitt. of DanI ipps i:nd. sold to W. C I;lo)d. 25 head of The pruKram fur the coiuenlion is ville, is carded to start one day this SOCIAL PERSONAL and croon, formerly of Rich hogs at set en and ahalf cents per John uctk, ami is said to be about right to as lollows mond, has Iiten appointed Chief Clerk ,Kund and 15 had to W. D. Xatc, the Mil now Tueiday Evening, May 12. in the Gmcrnmcnt Printing Office at a llustontillle miller, at the same price l'niot Campbell and Monti Full, of SIX) Diwitioti.il I) M. Kads, of near Moreland litre Satunl.i Crab Diehard, John IVtcrs. of the firm of Thtirman salarv of $.1.S(KI a e:ir He is a brothSilver Medal Contest ll.irrlburK Uuight of J P. IJads, of llustontille, County Clerk 0. 11 Cooper anil sort, L'mon X the prominent horscnun of er of Jesse AUcrson editor of the i bunch nice red Durham cow for S62- Tiblen. were In Lnuitville Saturday SpringOcld. as here Sunday havim tirtitinjis Kc l N Simpson. a tome to inspect the great mare Hegma Mi Anna fioocli. ol McKmnej, nnouncenieiits Uncle John Carson, of Somerset., ) Mr M Pcavtne, which Scuddtr, Walkvr and arl. pastor of the Stan Ailj.,iiiiriiunt. here a iliort time Saturday a (lemon Wrav recently sold to Hilly Shropshire ford ltaptist church leacsi this wcik .t as the guest of his children, W. I' MUs Ollic I'lnllip. of l.ibertv. n the Wednesday Morning, May 13 & AM) I'xrcutise Mectini; of Winchester Thtirman Peters to attend the annual session of the Carson and Mrs. J. K. Ilaughinan. epicM tif Mm Oertrutle Wilkinum Word comes from Louisville 9(10 Devotional Mrs. Sarah Carring-to- expect to intet this mare in competition Southern Ilapttst Contention at Nash-Mil- friends here that Thomas M. to Ins Miites Lena and Maiy Dee llrck. ol lvads. 'lenn l)r I'arlj has ttiissul only Alio villi their saddle mare, Kictina, McKinney. haxc'lteen the rceent rucI on Nicholasville is ' ihc fair circuits tins sunnier Mr ilmiit two of these contentions in the .ritical in a hospital there is in a of Mini Annua Chancellor pKinlmcnt of ("oiimniurs condition. His home is at Lock Sisidder had already sent Ncgtna Pea past fort) tears. He w ill probably be 21, on (jreetmus from I'nion Mr Mrti U C. Kelle) and children, of une to iiei new owner', o Mr Piters accompanied by Mrs. Harly. Members county. the Cumberland river in Wame Campliciisviiir, arc the inict of her I M Dalt.m Later receited here M Mr and Mr T I) New land Krsonse Mrs Smith Vowill, to 'nil to go avvav disappointed on tha: of Dr itarly's conurcKatioti made up a lat, was that wordwas not utpected m he ti Attorney S S Yantn. of Lexington. Danville mri lie inspected with a great deal nice little purse to defray Ins expenses me tbrouL;! the daj the contention of interest. Mr Sctnldcr' gnat vounr a here Monday on lumtirje He wa !rMn of Kxccutivc Comniittie Mis, U. S. 1'owcll - in a critii.il ire Ml I'eavme, which is having one A. Lipjis, Danville. Carton Mrs the uuc of Ins kinsman, W condition at present. He daughter, Mr-- , of the greatest ! When the babj takes too much foot .till Murphy, of Mary Lou Uann of McKinnr, Kciiort of Ltir Secretary Mrs. iasons of bis carni f Turnerstille, was at this year having already had oer M ho stomach turns; the result is nidi was the attractive week end cucst of C. James. Harrodsbtin;. it her bedside Sunday. KtKirt of Treasurer Mrs Sarah mares sent to him, many of them from cstion. sounuss and tomitiug lrc Mii r.luahcth ttmm Mr and Mrs. James Woods, of tau far distant counties of' the state, and inentlj the IwittiN arc intnltcd ancJ Ue-CarriiiKton, Nichoiasvillc, Ky. W II. Hepper, if llurrmtle w. ford, were up to see C R. McCorniack. one or two from Tennessee. n hour with local iirvsments. hcrc.a, Mijrt time Saturda) on Ins way tbere i colic pains and diarrhoea I Adams motored to Slautord ilM) lection of officirs. t.i JkaidellclfcMw?. H1IV n.INIR is a Brand cor 'aiind3e afternoon to hear lleckham ('nnounccnicnts W iJr.'L). II. Southard and son Kichard, rectnc reri'dy for" the stomach and .peak S G McKinnc-- Stanlej Step Noontide I'rayer. . the Ruestsjof bis mother, at Mt. botuls disorders of babies. It is pure nensoii and Frank North went tilth HELPLESS AS BABY 'j Vi awil Sunday dj tirnmeut wholesome and pleasant to take. Price inn. John U. Rout and J D Depp al-,. i r i.uu Wednesday Afternoon 25c and 50 per bottle Sold bv Shucars' went from here. 5 ltr,- - Bcrnice I..VJ Devotional Mrs. J. M. Dalton, May,crc the guests of Drim Store, Stanfotd, I.)n Hros., Crab Miss Hcssie Harbison, of I'errttille Kc)noId at McMnney last HarrodshurK Orchard vijituic. Mrs W W. Phillips this Memorial week. i eek. V Alcorn, Department Work in Local Unions Dswb ia Miad Usable te Work, of Stanford, J Jwle W. H. Lair had a large order for DAVIS' STORE Reports. and )t 1'du- - Alcorn, of Huttomille b one of Ins customers Saturda) aad What Helped Her. Monday, wlicr' Appeal for Y I' A -- Mrs. Lthel D went tin to Hartcv Anderson ,out on Route 1, fice ttnniR, who wanted to purchase 25 iKHight a calf from II. Antonia for $IU. jounils ,, federal court opened this week. t.irson. Wilmore, Ky. of the cereal for his family 1 Campaign Flans, State Mrs. Fran. Mr, , a nd Mrs. ti A Sttinehroad E. II. Manuel has moted to the tvid-- t use, which seemed to be moved from Lanactter back to es I llcaiichamp. .lcKinnet propert, until be bus 'mount for one person to ipute a larc Summit Point, W. Va. Mts. Anna purchase. Invitations tor next Convention. jjlad hat their 'farm, west of Hubble, for 'In Call Relic limey, oi this place, says: "1 suf- nun a farm We would be with to sojournment us, a plants. on Will Dunn for all kuuN of for 15 years with an awful nam in him locate permanently fered Wednesday Evening ;A.-J"li ttife and prut) children are Frant" Siurks who recently ii y right side, caused from womanly he and omens f(H) Devotional has Vnderwcnt a serious oieration, Mrs Adam Carpen node I rouble, and doctored lots for it, but withDirziness, icrtigo. (blind staggers) been'irry much worse for a few days, er. .Mori land ndt dams, who has been nursing I suffered so ddress Mrs Frames V. Iteaiichaiup out success. down in mind, very much, a sore hand for some tune on account al'ow oimplexion. flituleiice are symplint" better now and the physicians say Mat I became and as help-;s- s toms of a torpid liter. No one can feel tint the recent trouble will not be of OffeniiK' as a baby. I was in the worst kind o fa bruise, is much belter. itciu'dirtion crnon Signal a serioasnatureA-M- t iJr Morrn left a ladies' hand bag weH while the liter is inactite. if stupe, was unable to do any work. Gill Cowan," a iw; ell known resident of he found near the Jones nub us is a powerful liter stimulent A I began taking Cardul, the womar's railroad that est Lincoln fn(y, was in town Friday Abe Martin WeddinS Owner can get it dose or two will caue all bilious synip. onic, and got relief from the very first lit calli.ii;crowing (Hi lmiiesv'Cowan comes from a secnlenti- - toins to disappear Try it. Price 50c Nnd Mcrchatts "np lose. iy the time I had taken 12 bel- in, satrc at Datis' More and Cs""vu tion oi'Kentucky that has produced as Sold bv SliUKars' DrtiR istorc, Stanford, many fine people as any pot on earth talent enlertamment. will be Kivtn at les, my health was completely restored. Mrs. J A. Tucker, ttho has been Ltnc Bros, Crab Orchard the ojnra house Monday niKht, May ' r.m now yr.tr: years old, cut fed ss tery sick, is much miproted. Lexington , cade lRlli. This ulav is Ktven for the benefit ;ood as I did when only 16. Jesse James and ttile and Master of the Ladies Aid of the Baptist church Cardui certainly saved me from losinr Clark James spent Saturday and Sun Deafness Cannot Be Cured IJo not miss tins oportuntty of secuiK ny mind, ard I feel it my duty to speak lat with his parents Hie ounuot rafti tha tot haul ipiHit!on, nc if the best home talent entertain-ntnt- s n its favor. I wish I had some power l onlr ona John illwaml imrtlun of ever kivcii here rural wedding ver poor, suffering women, and could sick list Manuel, who has been on the waj loiuro il. tftien. tbf llmt lTbfre fimatllutlon-a- l lij nnd is contalescent. Ml the leaiiniK places of take them know the good it would do ennioiiy rrmcairs. llmfiu.i l rueJ by an liidamril Miss Gracic Ballard, who has been rondillun ot tbe mucou Itulne of Ibr Kualarblan itismess rcnrcseiited bv vounc neonle hem." a ipute sick is much unproted at this Tube, ttheii t htm tut la InOameil jou hatebra mi costume Our vouiik people arc under ' rumbling auunil or ImixTfect brarlnc, anil forlSptart If you suffer from any of the ailments la Ibr rrault. auj eri'uu It la rnllrrljr rliuud He ilinction ol a eompelrnt trainer taken .sit ana The Standard Slln Remedy it will certainly be T. M Boone, who is at Durnsidc be- unlpaa ibe Inflammation can t comlitlon, bearv'ome and enjoy the evening with us. peculiar to women, give Cardui a trial. normal reatoreU to worth your while to ing treated for cancer is getting along thli tube lie delrojed lta forTer; nln esses out of ing lll lie sure of your seat by having it It has been helping weak women for len are rauaetl br Catarrh, whlrli la nothing but at Similars' druc store. .t5c more than 50 years, and will help you, ucel), to the delight of his many an lnfljDic.l condition of tbe mnmus surfaca. nends and will be home in a few 38-Kcuerat admission 25c tie will glre One llundnil Italian fur niiy eae too. lajs a well man. of IvafueMi (rau.eil br ratarrb) tbat raniHit be Send for elrcu cured br Haifa e'atarrb (.Mre. Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it lars. free. W T Price. Clerk of the dair Cir F, J. CIIENKV & CO.. Toledo. O. The Greatest Kidney Remedy on Chattanooga H'rtlt Mcd'dna Co , Lad in cuit Court, has grown a lemon which Advisory rid br fruggl.ta. 73e. Th$ Chounooj. Term, lor Sun Eatth," Says a Grateful Womae tvuglis twenty (ive ounces and is one Take Hall a Kamllr I'llla for eoDittpailun. frhi ,! onyourc&iiand 64 pcs book.' Home I Shuuars Druy Store Stanford, Ky. foot and three inches in circumference. tiutmtnl lor Women," In pain wrapper, N C 181 want to tell joti how much kooi Aliout foil did mi .our Swamp-Ro1 HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT ears ago siiffere'd from what the 'odors called fistula and for two year m t that time, I endured what no ton The People's Market Place Adver;ue can tell I also had inflammatiot tise What You Have to Sell if the bladder and tried doctors tiled cincj without receitmg any help Someone told me about Dr Kilmer Insure vour urooertv with Bromlev Sttainp-Noot- . & Bromley. Stanford. Kv. After gitmg it a thorough trial. I re cited relief, so keep on usiiik it ant Graduation uresents at Muellers odat 1 am a strong and well woman t leier feel badl) or ouj of sorts, iewelrv store akc Swamp Root and it alway traiuhtens me out. 1 honetly belicte FOR SLF Ford louring car hit this medicine would cure all trou iles toil recommend it for and it is a about $100 worth of extras Priee S4J0 pleasure for me to send my testimon) If C Carpenter, Stanford, Ky 38 tf I think Dr ml photograph to you is one of tin siltuerS Swamp-Rohouse and garden FOR RF.NT .reatest medicines on earth. on Dautille Street For further infor is true economy to select the Respt tours. matioii apply to J. Frank Smith. Stan MRS JNO. lJAlLLV. 36-- 1 p best naint your money will buy. frrl, Ky. Tnd. West Main St Portland. costs vou iust ns much to pnint your property Subscribed and sworn to before in, FOR SALE. We hate all kinds ol (his 1th da) o fjult. Wf). tegctables and plants. Come to see ui whether vou use inferior paint or Mastic Paint, the C A nKNNliTT, Notary Public at our new stand, corner of Locau and kind that lasts. Results will prove this to you in a. short Lancaster streets at W. S. Fish's. J Letter to 35-W. Hrackctt 8. Co. time. Be on the safe side and use Mastic Paint. br. Kilmer & Co., Bingbamton, N. Y. WKlTli me, telephone me, come and .1 see me about your house, carriages, Prove What Swamn-RoWill Do For and automobile paintine Paper hanging You don't run any risk using Hwtte Psbt It it For almost half a century Ittstk Pslit hai stood a specialty. Shop on West Mam street You (unite U flrt rr fret tsusbctlMU the teat of time. J. J Send ten centi to Dr Kilmer At Co. Telephone in residence, No. It covers more eurface, Uile longer, and, there, It ia the unadulterated combination of the f ItiiiKhamptcn, N. Y for a sample sJze lkldcn, Stanford, Ky fore, is moro economical than any other paint finett Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genu-in- e It will coin nice anyone. You bottle Keeps your house bright and attractive and Linaeed Oil in correct proportion. will also receive a boeiklct of tahiahle enhance its value. The formula it plainly printed on every can. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS information, telling about the kidneys and bladder When tinting, be sure 11. D. Carter, Admr of J, M Carter, Sr Every Ge ThctVg Lincoln Circuit Court and mention the Interior Journal. Reg-ih- r is size hot fifty cent and iinie Carter and others, Defls P Cm rn A4tuant Floor Paint. CrMaUin, lor Root; CarTtaja, i lei for sale at all diu stores. Pursuant to an order made in the Ptat, Pm Qm Porch Paint, Pm Cm Jioic styled cause all person lutum ImpUmaat, and Waea Paint, claims auaiust the estate of J M car Beautifully illustrated book, tor ratlnlahln! waodwarkt and oUiar ter Sr , are hereby notified to file the How to popular Pm Cao FinlaM. "Hom, andcolor card Paint tame wilh I' D Pcnnintitou. Comnns of 45 TJuBCaUo sioner, on or bcfoie May 23rd, 1914, color combination. Ak ut properly proteu as required by law ATcTm, Kur.lU, ll.ck.fl... Ilndacka and m lor ether booklett and color AT all aalai. lint April ttin. ivh. II t alb Co Bwuff unit of PtdirectrWteN. or M C NEWLAND, tcli rut vt tw Um IuB li.i. to write LtyrmzrMAUDru,,,uu. 1 Jfft ir .. Jim lU'.ui, the popular Doyle county stoik dealer, was here Monday look great den I every month and grew very thin. I was under the doctor's care for two long years without any benefit. Finally after repeated suggestions to try it wo eot Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. After taking the third botOo of the Compound I fHHvfrYiiiiKEI 12fSf llustontille, K , May II His many friends hate often assert .il tint mere's nothing this side of "hcil or highwater' ' that could feaic l)r lorn II limit, mkc of Kulds .Store. hut t he latter got in its work last week aim '.aite the doughty IJoctor hoist the t uie flag. The heat) rains m so vial i' ijs had greatly swollen the waters of Carpenter's and Frjc's ereeks, and die flood tide came about tn or three o clock one morning, and ii.nl Dr ll 'l.oii doinicile engulfed The Ininilj lii'lsted thai It would be necessary to mote out earlier, when they saw tint the house was going to be iniitiditcd, hut IJr Uohon insisted that he knew tlice creeks better than the oldest inhabitant and stuck out gamely to the last, until his foiks laiiulungly threatened to carr) him out Then he and Mrs Ilobon and their sou, Hudson tit fur liiKlicr Krouiid. TJ sh1ock, of Rowland, was here ihe latter part of last week em business. In the ball jiamc at Harrodsburg Sat uidd) lie n ten the Moreland learn and ill.Ilariodsburg team, throe of our eaiu pla)ed with the Moreland team Ihc M trciRiid won the game Mrs Coleman Sutton and daughter, )t New tastie, Ind, arc here miiiik uer parents. Mr and Mrs John llolir 1! J.m-.Held went to LomstilK .entng to be present at tin. Otinj aturday. I. 'lit llros., Iiatc auiitlur car of corn which the fanners are lm ng ihe feed their werk slock. Mr lir.iek tiaiui, out on ihc Inhn .iteeie (. irpinltr plsce, is ipme ill of n.ilan.i frier Leslie hails went to l.outstille Sat c Tho Kind Ycu IIuvo Always llonght, nntl tthlch linn been in tisu for over 00 yenrs, lius Itortio tho nlgnnluro of nntl hits hrcn iiiutlo itntlcr lils per- Bonal MtiporvI.Hlon nlncoltslnfanry. Allow no ono lorieorlvoyoHinthU. AH CoiintorfeltH, Imitation nnd nro hut tlint trifles lth nntl ciil:ini;eT tho hculth of lulants ni.il Children xpcrluitco ngalnst KxpcrlmcuU fr s4?'?J? wrV; KxiK-rlinoiit- - ".Tnxt-ns-irnoe- l" Cnslorln. 1 n linrmlrM snhstltnto for Cntor Oil, Pnro Corlo, Drops nntl Soothhiix Syrups. It Is iilonminf . It eoiitalits nclthor Opium, IWorpliIno nor oilier Knrcotlo Htihstuiicc. Its nfjo Is Its gtiiiriintoo. It Ic.troy U iirnm nnd iilhij.s I''otl.htu'ns. 1'or nuro th.nt thirty jours It hre-in "onntniit UNO ft r this relief of CJitt!:witlofi, I'liiluloiioy, Wind Colic, all Tooth! vr T.tiblci u::d Diarrhd-a- . It rojrnlntos tho btom.uh attd CoweN, nreslinllalo.s tho 1'ood, git intr lunlthy (:;.! 7i..irrnl tlc j. Tho Children's Panacea Tho illotlicr'j I riend. What is CASTOR IA IntH versus. r M vjruv g wa"iP$ f-- -f " '' Bears the Sifmaturo WW ir.fnTSTKCJZ.TSZST--1 X7 Xrf S7 xx& y j0 iW In Use For Over TMRt &4&'- - 5 The Kind You Have Always BosigM CINTAJN COM RAM V NKWf VOMM CITV If If jtuAp, offi-ccrs- 30 Years Will your name on the Honor Roll for Friday? "m S 1 we-r- w Itcr, Nis 1 kju miernanonai and Gas Engines . . i ii . . narvesier ri n, e, trj 1 ' v ' 1 ThelHCLiae OLAIN AND HAT MACHINES r- Jcre wturjy Jrrhltrar , ui.i. ,,t ar'.. t Baaara, Rnpara HMaara, Mnrert Paaaa, itacaara Kay Laaatra Harrraaaaa COIN KACHrffiS flaalara, Pkaara Riaaan, Cakirataca EaaOata Cattara IkaDara. Saraaaara TILLAGE They have passed that point and now quire, "Which engine shall I buy?" SUCCESSFUL farmers are no longer I buy an engine?" in- le aS'DlaaUimva Caltifatwa CZNEXALUNE tM aal Caa Eatiaaa OilTractara Maaara SartaJfTl Craaat Faraa Wa..aa fcUtar Trwka Taraakara Crara DriPa Sarat.ra A little careful observation will show that International Harvester engines are the most satisfactory. No doubt is left when features like the following are studied: Detachable valve guides, offset cylinder extra large head, fuel pump, split-huintake and exhaust vaKcs, etc engines. That Ask the men who have used IHC is the best test. They will explain the excellence of IHC construction, simplicity, strength and durability. Study the engines yourself at the nearest dealer's where International Harvester engines are sold. They are made in all styles, and range in sue fruin 1 to 50-P. Tbey operate oil low and high grade b FaaJCrUaWt KaaarTwia- IIF.R-U1N- KaU.CI.ra - Write forourinterestingandinstructive catalogues, and when we send them we will tell you where tho engines may be seen. A po-t- al fuels. u ill do. 1 ii D.D.D. Instant Relief Cmmruntd tttntdy w W International Harvester Compsuy of America New Albany Cauploa Uatraaf llacsrporitev Ind. HcConaick Bfflwulat Gurt Pha WW' ' amtammmmmmmmmmmiX'C. r. 110 1 R Skin Troubles rmtmu 1 Cream Freezers Picks T C'd Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. f D.. ot GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky 1 1 Ikedpain! Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound management and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. ot It It J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Pres. 3 H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. Specify It In Your Contract m SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ot 6-- R 29-t- CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday. Hay 24th iPn Finish Ft Purpoaa FREE one-doll- ar c, $j.50 Round Trip $.50 Round Trip For SU by hdllCllif New Stanford Drug Company STANFORD, KENTUCKY CLCC SPECIAL TRAIN . 31 tUH HaU at., MURUN REMEBY COfttPMY, u LtaliiltM. Masant' Meeting A. M metla In Llnrols Lodsa No. 60 V. ataled communication on each firat and third Vlwday nlfbta ol each month at 7 o'clock la fidr ball on Mala itierl, buntorl, Ky alcja tieri ol aUtr lodiea (ral.mallr milled to In pr.KDl. i. W. IUtLJtNU. bcs"T. Lum JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. l. Jt j - t ad . 'I ' y t J 254 35-- 4 nger 'F :r .V . :t"" v - TUB IWtlKIOK FARM JOPKWAL STAMr01, KKWTgCCT, TPESDAV, MAY J, 1H4. .. L M. AA .!.- WrW"- - f T4 "'l AN! STICK NEW! MAXWELL Touring Touring DEACO-DUAL nger $ 750 $1225 SYSTEM) nger (ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND STARTER, "50" -a "Six" $1975 ($3000.00 Quality) Classy Roadsters in Models "25" and "35" at $25.00 Less Than Touring Cars. All Maxwell Models Prices F. O. B. Factory Built without a mental reservation or gineering restriction. Perfectly balanced, as was the Deacon's shay. en- one-hors- e n w Bodies designed by Bruce Ott, the master. Motors, cast en bloc, sweet running, silent, power plus, economical. Left side drive, right hand center control. bushels of millet FOR SALE.-I- 00 seed. II. G, GoTcr, Stanford, Ky. 37-- 1 p FOR SALTv 200 bales of nice tlm. otliy hay. J. A. Hammonds, Huston-villp Ky. FOR SAI.R GkI seed corn, known u, Reld Yellow Dent. It is an early corn vigorous plant and jicld fine $1 50 per bushel, at F. Reid's farm. 37- -i c FOR SALK.-20U- OO good early plants. Wakefield and Dutch variety at 20 cents per hundred, J. W. 38-- 1 Hrackclt & Co., FOR SALIi-Hi- gh grade Uolstein I)ull calves, highly marked, sired by raul Ilects, Walker Kind No. W716. For prices and particulars write to Jo. M'ijs, No. 2, Hryant, Ind, FOR SAI.li. Three Shetland ponies coming five, three, and two years old. Two mares, one horse. Kxtra nice, peak ciuck. Jno. R, Wager, Danville, Ky. 34.4 FOR SAL F. Limited quantity of pure German millet seed $l.5 tier hush-cliewarc of western seed. Very few dealers have southern German Millet. Ja. 1), Shelby, Danville, Ky 3C--8 FOR SALF. Sptcndfd small farm, 61 acres I 12 miles from Ky. in Lancaster school district For particulars address Fisher Herring U F D. K.i 2, Crab Orchard, or Sam L 37-- 8 Orand, Waco, Texas. TO THE FARMliRS. Wc arc in the n firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, of Springfield, Teuii., and will pay highest prices for imc. We want our trade Sec us before jou sell. .1. D. Iiad S. Sun. Alfred, Stanford. Ky. JLKSi; Hl'Ll- - Mastennan Ready 1112T0, sire King' Grand; dam, Pedro s Lincoln Maid. Tilts bull comes trom a long line of exceptionally fine milkers. Will make the season one mile cast of Stanford on the Goshen pike at $2.50. Monev due at the gate. J. Ows36-- 5 ley Ncwland. Stanford. R. D. 4. Ligc Spoonamore. of the Fat tend, old R. C. Arnold a cqw for $30. J O. Spratt sold to J. J. Allen, of the Writ find. Monday a young Jer-se- y bull for $25. This animal lias the making of a good one in him. At LaCirangc, Saturday, Kelly Johnson bought from Giltncr Itros., a fine oung Holstein bull for which he paid e, JS-2cab-bapJ4-4- p, l. well-know- H- - $0 $950 Completely Equipped, f. o. b. Toledo. 114-in- Overland Model 79 BEST KNOWN CAR IN KENT0 :"-- I' no , . The cars have been thoroughly tested by Lincoln County owners. You are" .1 ne jvrifcnq nas always made good ask any man who owns one. 'W, SPECIFICATIONS Electric head, side, tall and dash lights. Storage battery. 3S horsepower motor, wheel' base. 33x4 Q. D. Tires. Three-quatt- Tlmken and Hyatt Bexrlngs. Deep upholstery Brewster green body rear axle floating Nickel and slominum trimmings Mohair top, curtains, nl boot Cleat-vision, raln-vlslo- Stewart SpeHonKter. Cowl Dash Electric horn Finish U doott with concealed hinges n WHfc Windshield, ctMfi s.' PHONE FOR DEMONSTRATION- M. S. BAUGHMAN, Sallow complexion is due to a torpid liver HKRHIN'K purities and gives (he liver and bowels strength and re stores the rosy bloom of health to the check Price 50c Sold by SlniRars' Drug Store, Stanford, Lnc Bros., Crab Tscr4-sIHHUK- Stanford, Kentucky S Go H v , "V-- Agent For Lincoln County 4J TV sss wm. . - f I urcnaru T. D. Newla Opposite Court Howe ' t --V Root It to ittfstjtx frtpdthow days' Wmo9M K5 Glen Brook A HIGH GRADE STALLION Standard Speedometer, Standard Magneto, Jiffy Curtains. Quality Cars, low cost of maintenance. Guaranteed by the MAXWELL MOTOR CO., and backed by Maxwell service. YOU'LL BE PROUD TO SAY, "Mine is a Maxwell" H. C. CARPENTER, at Lincoln County National Bank. STANFORD, :- -: KENTUCKY 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 brick is well improved, has a 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 For further particulars adbefore buying. dress G. T. RIDER, care Scanlon Coal Co., 10-roo- m ry At Ruddles Mills, this week, Henry i'a titer sold a sow and eight pigs to Sam lllackburn for $40. J. T. Lilankcnsliip. of Todd, Pulaski county, droe through Moudav a "couple of sows and 14 pigs, which lie sold to Jack Hcazle), on the Danville pike, for $50. The were good ones, too. Logan Hubble bought of Green Gooch, of Wajncsburg. a Hock of ten beared ewes last week, foT which Jic ii.ud $35. He put tliein on grass at hi farm on the Lancaster pike. Will Mathcny Mild a line steer to J. H. Uaugbman. near Shelby City, at seven and a half cents a pound. Mr. Mathcny has engaged a bunch of 30 hogs to I". W. Jones at eight and a quarter cents a pound. He thinks they will weigh 200 or better when delivered rfhcl Oatts. the hustling Boyle stock trader and dealer, wa& here Monday, looking for some stock, but the market was so short that he didn't buy. He recently liought a couple of nice heifers from C R. Martin, of Danville, for which he paid $75. He sold to John R. Yeager, of Danille. a bunch of ten steers at $36 a head. The beeves averaged about 450 pounds each. Mr Oatts bought a couple of sows and pijts. at a high price last week. Walter Martin, a well known farmer, has engaged to T. W. lones, of Stanford, for delivery the last ten davs in May a bunch of nine hogs, which will go at eight and a quarter cents a pound. Mr. Martin believes that they will average about 200 pounds' when put on the shipping scales Richard Cooper, of the same section, has engag-- d a drove of IS to Mr, Jines to go at the smac time at the same fig ure; K. L. Martin has engaged him a couple at thc same and J. J. Secvers wilt deliver him three that will probably go over 200 pounds in weight. ft. K. oung, the dair county stock dealer, for once in his life came up to court day Monday without a drove of steers. He says the market in Adair and the lower counties has practically been cleaned out. Mr. Young was on the lookout for some nice ponies here, where he recently bought one of A T. Nunnelley for $75. He wauled them spotted and after looking over the Tine bunch at the home of Smith llatigh-maout on the Somerset pike, he paid Mr. Ilaughman $270 for three, two mares and a horse. Mr. Young alo bought a rig in which his eieht-vca. . " out son will drive the pretty little things, 1,000-potun, ?150. James L. Hockadav, .if Ilerca. sold last week to Dr F. Young, of Marion marc by Kc. O.. a for $350". P. L. Heck, out on Knob Lick pike. old to Ike Shelby, of near Junction hogs City, fifteen head of at $8 per hundred. recently W William, who has moved to his farm on the Knob Lick pike, bought of P. 1. Itcck, 12 ISO-lIi6j.s at $8.50 per hundred. K. C Arnold bought eight hogs, of Lcs Withers, out on the Lancaster pike at seven and a fourth cents per pound. ill McCormack, out on the pike, sold to It. C. Arnold, ten head of hogs weighing 140 ounds 7 cents per pound. at W. P Logan, out on the Lancaster hogs at pike sold eight cents per pound and a steer for $40, to K. C. Arnold. Edward 11. Make, Ccntcrtowu, purchased from James Carrick ,of Scott Standing at Huitonville county, a bunch of cattle ai $7.50 a hundred. i will stand the two great draft J. II. Richards. Jr.. of Decatur, Ga., horses WATZMAN and FRENCH for egg laid by a Iilack Java pullet the season of 1914 at my farm near has an barely a ear old that weighs four Hustonville, at the low sum of $10 each ounces and measures 6 mc!ie in to insure a living colt. corcumfercnce. Watman is an imported German J. E. Hoardman, of near Little Rick, He sold for $3,000 bought last week, from various liour-lo- n coach horse 1 have ued him two seasons farmers. 2,300 fleeces of wool at and his colts show for themselves what 25 cents a hundred. large sue and he Waller Harrison, a far. withcan do, all coming colts show too His mer of near Lebanon, recently sold to well lots of st)le. to need an extended what A. McDowell, of Hoylc county, a car. ilrscrimion. he does, load of nice cattle. The price paid is French is a I'erchcron. and a Com- said to have been between $660 and pany horse originally and sold for $2.- $6.70 per 100 pounds. ' 4(j0 I liought I. m in Metcalf county, C. II. Walls, of Paris, has sold to Geo. Revnolds. of same place, the six Jwherc he has done splendid work in splendid He ear old saddle marc, Dolly Stamp the stud. stjlish produces with fine colts, lone fellows "344. She is by Crown Prince 2626, the big He will attract attention , and shape. out of a daughter of Ruigo's King. a breeder anywhere and is the kind of owners of mares are looking for. He 37-- 2 SCRIEN doors at Karris'. weighs 1.800 pounds and gets colts like him also have two or three fine, big mule breeding jacks which I will also stand at $12 and $10. I will stand my fine registered J K. Baugbman, Hustonville,- - Ky. Bosseau at mv farm on the Stanford and Hustonville pike, one mile East of Hustonville for the season of four-car-o- ld I'ca-vine, d d d My high tired Chest nut Sorrel Stallion ui.l make the Sea son of 1914 at my barn on the obi fair grounds at Hustonville. Ky. He is 16 hands high weight 1,200 pounds. He will serve a limited number of marcs at $15 to insure a Jiving colt, season due when marc is parted with, or leav. ing the county. This stallion is by Ashland I! rook and out of standard bred trotting marc. He has proven to be a great breeder, having his colts to show lor Mini Mis colls are all sad die colts, with good stvle and action before Call and see a good horse breeding tun.! comes. IIM REED 1 will also stand .he great mule jack im tcrd. the well known niulr lack by the old jack of Jim Reed's. Having sidd his colts at $100 at weaning time and is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. He has a large bone and his colts have good hone and style. He will stand at $10 to insure n living colt. Money due when mare i parted with or left the county B. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, Ky. For Refrigerators; Wat Window Screens and Screen J ,& y t vV r', ra. v. to PAINTING TIME IS HERE v f ! S5i HOUSE PAINT FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. VARNISH IN ALL COLORS, AND BRUSHES TO PUT IT ON, AT L.L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Tl. W&K -, c"-'-1 ,'n ' !J' Two Great Stallions The "Dazey" Churn. Mr. W. H. Higgins : "M'l- L - MI-oun- d lv well-know- n The Churn I bought from you ha$,the rjKf' name. It is the most satisfactory article a house--.' keeper can own. It chums quickly, gathers tbe butter nicely. I cheerfully recommend it toaJl. housekeepers. The "Dazey" saves- time, labor i Very respectfully; , and money. Mrs. James Messer..- . 'VV --1$ i k t 7. :.-:- FEEDS make milk $2.00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. . Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks-- ; $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty com, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 LinieedMeal for Milk Cows and twet, Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lb. BOSSEAU 1 Per-cher- 1914 at Samson ..I.. r- $15 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, weighs 2,060 pounds and is just the Kind to "breed to, to get your big mule mares. RVL. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. Registered Rex O'Dare MUK0N WW.TBY CUM down a chick's throat cures apes, A few drops In tbe 5 ricking water cures and prevents cbolers, dUrrboea and other chick One Wc bottle makes It gallons of medicine At all druggists. Bam pie and booklet on "Dlf HViwli,, f Louisville, Ky. dleif. Knt RIDER FARMING COMPANY (ItiCORPOBATED.) tjngg&g .9w,nf Bourhon VflKV. Remedy Co. liuagtm. It NO. 5000 By Chester Pcaviiie No. 31W by Rex Pcavme No. 1795, llv Itcx McDonald. 833; 1st dam Fthel D. No. 8856; 2nd dam Trixic CJuick No, 8855; 3rd dam Muud M. Bav, left hind foot white, 16 hands high, foaled 1910. Will make the season of l"14 at my stable on the Stanford and Shelby City pike, six miles fiotn Stanford at $10 to insure a living colt. No service oil Sunday, L. If. MESSER. Stanford, Kentucky. Foaled Black with star in forehead. 25th. 1910. SIRE The great Percheron horse. Sam, 25055 (54008) an uniortcd horse from France, a winner at the International at Chicago; also twice winner at irginia State Fair, tipping the scales at 2450 pounds, DAM. Mason Girl. Registry No 48989. A beautiful black mare weighing 1800. He will make the season ut my farm at Knobltck Station. Lincoln county better known as the "So well Givcns farm,' at $10 to Insure a Living Foal Money due when colt is foaled, mare traded or removed from county. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. E. G. BICKLEY Phone 671, Danville, Ky Mav This Percheron Stallion 78868 is a splendid type of the breed. J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD, ft CO. "O KENTUCKY 3J Y Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! Single Comb White Lchorns, Dlack Orpington, White Rocks and Blue Indian Runner and Wild Mallard Ducks. Wc have finest mat-iiiAndalusian. ever owned, and are in a position to furnish eggs that will hatch winners and layers. Send orders ahead if you want eggs delivered promptly. Eggs from prize mating $5.00, $4.00, $300, $2.00 and $1.00 per fifteen. We can spare several nice S. C. White Leghorn cockerels at $5.09 each If taken LOMBARDY HEIOHTS POULTRY FARM at once. Jno 0. Reld, Prcp Stanford, Kv. -- W !l BUY ARNOLD'S BUGGIES ssssssssssssssssBsssssssssi SnBBBSSBBBSBHBBBBVsBPSSBBBBBBBS -- !Njt '" ' i 1 v.- - ! 1 ssBsssassK&XRVACilisCisflRsssssssssssssssV. -- , SfliSSsijlssssssssssssssssssssssssssss If you want to be sure of a Good Buggy, buy Arnold's 1 V. ; ( R. M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KY