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DEAD 1 MTAUWHBD AJUMCIV IMt-Wt- k NO. 99 The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY IS, 1914. RATES TlUg it Paier Hrf1 up-- We Rtatw Yew TUESDAYS AMP COMMENCEMENT PMM1 SPOONAMORK Dku In HIGHER RAILROAD WINTER HOME IN ORLANDO May Be Built By Dr. O'Bannon, Of Stanford, Sayt Ed Wilton'i Paper No Kcutuekian ever get anywhere the near Orlando, h'turda, without Walton finding it out and giving it due mention in their splendid little daily, the Reporter Star. The following paragraph ate from that paticr this week Dr. W. II. O'llannon, a prominent phvsician .mil huiius man of Stan ford, Kv.. has been in this city several day with Iv. C. Walton. The doctor i taking a prospecting trip over the state and i delighted with what he has seen and especially is he pleased with the City Hcatitiful. It is very prt liable that he will buy a winter home here or a lot and build one "1 like this town, I like the climate and It sepjiu Jo me that Orlando has a great future." said Dr O'llannon discuss ing the many advantages of this favor Pnwlaiat Fmsmt and ait shocked Samuel known ' of the Hull M ttnt respected citUcn Mn .community, hail died Wednesday night alxmt right o'clock at the hospi- ' 'tr,ln( Danville. Mr Spoonamnrc hail )m ill but a short time, having heen Wlfi to the lunpital to undergo an i operation for locked bowels, lie wa .token critically ill Saturilay hut many con";rlciulf did not know of hit crtoii great dition iiinl hi ilrath came a shock'.io lii friends ami lncil tmes. l tA,n-'-" A Yurticularly sail feature w.i ihc V! si, fact that f wife anil daughter. Mis Jewc" SpeHiuamorc, have been In Cat. F 'I'i" K'ifW Horni for several week, ami though A Kml of friends in Lincoln jojliH( count I e were greatly ,Tlmrsdy H) learn that Mr SfMitMMniorr, one of the Iict I " Msttl DibtIIU bn Some Short Branch Llaei At Aflir Shod Illneit Resulti of New Far Law InauKiiratioti on the new two and a half cent passenuer fare by the rail- I roads of the state, under the law passu! by the last Immature, lias nail the effect of raising some rates in this section of the state instead of lowering them, This has been caued by the provision of the law which exempt, any branch of a railroad lc than 50 mile in Irimih, or which shows a gross earning of less than $4,(KX) per mile. The branch line from Stanford to is only 33 miles in Icgth, and while the L. & N. ha applied the two ami a half cent rate on other branches 50 miles 111 length, it has fiircd ibe fires between stations on tl.c K. (. briin.li at the full three cent rate, which some turns figures a few cent more than wa charged before. I'or instance the rate from Stanford to Lancaster l.ifure was 28 cents and is now figur. ed at ' cents; from Stanford to wa $1.72 and is now $1.73. On the main line from Louisville to Knoir-vlll- r. runiliutr tbroiivh Slanfonl fares haie been, reduced, a sample being the fare fiom this city to Crab Orchard, which foru.erly was 3S cents and is now JO cents. Ricli-ni.m-Win-chcsl- rr ivaauJFVIIIIH"Tw'lM,!JV,Nl r Mcr. jf4 JuIIIHI'', -- rraLiB 'v ,sLHIMLW. fljLiiiiiiiifliKE9iiW limSmL iaiiiiiiiiiiiiK aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimHtaiiiiiiiLiVL H JLlBBB ' MBLyvSiHBiBiaiiimKliiiiVisiiV WBsvilJisftiisWXBiisiilllllllllllllV' .rViisiiiiiivK. LiiiiVn'Xi SBB -- wire of the crioii condition, were tin- . ed iilace. W hefore the '' reach hit end rame They are expected to ar- j.NIr. C C Fov. .1 distinguished at y jfiriiey of Danville, Ky., is in the uty rue saturilay ami inc luncral will ho on business and is stopping at the Tre held in llclleiu cemetery. Danville Sunday. mont. After uettiua throtiuh with In work here he and Mr. George C KcL Mr. Spoonamorc wa a memher of a ler will spend a day or so fishing in very prominent family of the northern ome of Ihe lakes near here, all of section of Lincoln county, where he which furnish good sport for the Iwd made hi home pracjically all of life-- . etisaged fur most of the tiiiio laal: Waltons. Ji Mr. John S. Wells, the leading drug in farming Me was 72 year of age. Hohlnion's Store Durglariied Again and wa a life limn memher of the For the second time wi'htn less than ;:it. of Danville. Ky., was here last Ciintiati church. a month, burglars entered the clothing nig'it the gticM of his aunt. Mrs. Nellie store of Sam Nobinson on Mam street Gi'es at Mrs. John T Fuller's Mr ei'ncsda) night and this time let Wells i a native of Tampa and i on 'Stanford Wlni ami Loses a Game r-see, .The .Stanford High School team won cah alone and took several pair of hi wavthan his mother who lives there More 20 years ago. Mr Wells ami but a k'ainc thiv week. ilrfclliiiK slwes. Kntraucc was effected as through a rear window, around went to Ihc I Hue Grasi State, where the itnuiK nine of the Sue llennett Memorial Schil of London here Te-- . winch ihe track of the intruder were lie married anil setlleil down to makfound next morning and which have ing a fortune which he is fast acciunu day In a score of 7 to 6 and then ' latiug. I. R. Iliisli. of to HilMonvilte Thurjday and uiieti the authorities :i i'ooiI rl,-Mrs. Lexington. Ky . there 6 to 5. The local lad tt to elfort was made to get into the safe, little daughter, Malinda and trained London Satitrdav fur a return fume winch has neur yet !ccn repaired aft- nurse. Miss Maymc Sullivan, left this with the S. M. 11. S and another fat er king opened by the burglar who afternoon, for home. Mrs. Hush is a Kamc i expected. The Ihix score of the entered litis store a few weeks'ago, aiyl Mtffercr from ner.'ous trouble and game against Ijudnn was a follows it is believed jhat nothing except a few went to Daytona Reach for it. Inn Stanford II Alt) K (hiir of shoe were taken. finding little improvement came to visA I U'ood c 0 2 7 .1 it her sister, Mrs. W. P. Walton, here J II. Tom Rhea Good Work ...1 2 II 2 K I tnd found great relief. There .1 S I'mhry 2IAs I II 2I Sthle Treasurer Tom Khea has again thing in Orl indo atmosphere is some...4 that beats I ! IVtkllin .tl 0 dn'ie some good work for the Confed-'lat- e seabrceves and sea baths, and ibis is I , lllll .'H,V, 2 5 .1 Tensions warrants li remind people generally of it. ''usioucrs Grimes rf . .4 I 2 imuimI tin nionth. aggregating l Coleman cf ...4 (I 0 0 I will be redeemed at their face valShanks If J. II III 0 0 0 ue at the. State National Hank, I'rank-for- i Funeral of Mrs. Rachel Montgomery Sintfleton p&ss. .. 202 Hie warrants will be sent out to The Ozark corrcsnondent of the .11 ' LCplltW p 00000 the pensioner with instructions dair County News tells of the luncrto present them at their local banks and al of there of the aged mother of Rev. Totals 3S 7 S 12 27 12 rol.fy the banker Montgomery, of Liberty, as folthat the State Na- J tional will take them at their face val- lows This week we arc calloil upon to l London ue This arrangement was made hv chronicle II A I'll K All the death of Mrs. Rachel 4 0 I J 2 2 Male Treasurer Khe.i to prevent pentocsrnr? 21. Montgomery, widow of Zack MontgomWallace Jl 2 sion shavers discounting liir warrant ery, which occurred at Liberty last JI02 I I Lewis cl" 02 a Saturdav. The remains were brought to Dees p 422I I Dry Victory Sustained tins place ami buried beside her I 4 Hruncr If 0 (I n and children on their old home The election in June. 1913, in which () 4 (j Jessamine county voted dry, was held place. Mrs. Montgomery was 84 year llartoii .1 () Hardin lh 2 I valid by the Court of Appeals. 'mil eitbt months old. She had been af402272 .Steck e flicted perhaps more than thirty years, Hackney rf . , 4000 but bail the very best of care and atIf you don't see the Merchants' Monday night, imt arc cheating tention. She was to every .15 Totals f, o i 24 10 life. Ixidy in this community, having spent 39-n Summary Three hae hit Dees; all of her life here until a few years hit. I'erkins. (iriuics 2, llarlon; ago aflei the death of her husband, she MT. MORIAH nacritiee hits. GrcKnrv, Shanks. Har broke up has Khicr Joseph Hallou preached on made her home with her .and Rev. since on halls, off l.ephew 2. off Decs 3: son. Joe sermon here Sunday. struck out Decs 5. hy Sinulcton 2 evrllT.t Montgomery and daughter. Mrs. Mollie Willie McGuffcy is at home fremi I'ortmati, of Liberty. Three sons, ! Lephew J. The came at Iitiitonville was very Louisville. Adair and Fields Miss I'.va Scott, of Lou ell. is visit- Mrs. II. O. Murrell. and one daughter hard foucht, tjoinif ten innincj and lives in Oklaho, was lost hv Stanford tlirous.lt inability ing her sister, --Mrs. Capt. Wanneth. ma, one daughter, Mrs Y M hpper-son- , Mr and Mrs. Will Jenkins, of Juncto hit Hall when hits meant runs. The of Montpclicr. this county. She tion City, spent a few days with her Im cnre was as follows: a sunny and many last Stanford All K III'O A F mother singingweek. noble traits of Christian character The school closed at HighoiI c 5 0 0 11 0 1 Rev. Wyatt Montgomcry,.of Morcland, A large crowd was came down to attend the'hurail J T. Kmhry lh 4 1 0 13 0 0 land yeslcrdav. .1111! all had an enjoyable time. aunt, Mrs. Rachel Montgomery. of his .Sam Kmhry 21 500 0 pre-cMr Josiah Mullius, of Crab Orchi.rimc rf 521000 Hill ss 4 0 1 0 (. I ard, visited his .ton last week. Slack Myeri May Run For Big Job Miss IVssic Mcduffey left Sundav SuiKleton .lh S J i (i 4 fur Detroit, Mich., The Lexington Leader says that in to visit her sister, Hird p I (I 2 5 addition to Hon. F.luood Hamilton, of Coleman rf 400 2 Mrs. Manlri-- Griffin. Mr. James Hastin and family have Franklin county another probable enShanks If 4 0 I .1 0 I try in the race or the Democratic nomreturned to their home at Nelson. ination for State Railroad Comiiiis-siotie- r Unite a number of our people attendTotal 41 5 7 29 U 7 from this district has developed the Iteckham jx.tking Saturday at ed in Hon. Zach Myers, of GeorgeStanford. V Husiumillr All K H I'O Mr. and Mr. Logan Carrier spent town, Representative from Scott conn, SandidKC lh 5 tf 2 12 0 0 with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ty in the last legislature-- , who ha conSunday Kiflc ss 4 I J (I 2 Haugh. fided to his friends that he is serious Myers e 5 () 2 Mr. Holbrook and son, Henry, of Iv considering shying his castor into StaKK 21 5 I 0 J 5 0 Waynebiirg, spent Sunday with Mr the ring Mr. Myers has had many Skinner rf 5I 0 0 Kife and family. years experience as a railroad station Hal p 5 30 I0I111 Hutchinson, of Covington, is agent and is familiar with the duties of Harnett If 40 0 1. ..1 1.1 1...... ..:.. ..i..:. M, i'ailroad Commissioner, which HtlU KMIIIV3 Ulllt IIIIHU9. Lonwav cf 1 3 . 1.. t... ,111a o it with hi record in the last Leg .tii uiruuini, uif uiuicua Lads Jb 30 Creek, is spending a few days with Mr. islature, will make him a formidable and Mrs. P'l.mncry candidate should he decide to go after Totals .39 6 9 30 10 8 Sam Hootic was the guest of his tin jttiev plum. Mr Myers is a forparents Sunday mer Lincoln county bov. having been Bl Fire In Louisville A new fence ha been put around Nirn and reared near .Morcland, where 1 he Louisville-- Totacc" Warehouse the Mt. Mnriah cemetery, which adds his folks still reside. Company, one of ihc larncst in the. greatly to it appearance. country, was destroyed urn! scleral Mrs. Sally Gourlcy and children Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wren other larjtc toliacro warehouses, have returned home at Kubank. the block from Klesentlt to lu loving remembrance of Mr. and Mr. Carter attended church here IWflth, on Main street were badly Minday Mrs. Sherman Wren. Mrs, Wren died damaged by a fire. The total loss, at her home near Crab Orchard. April to members of Louisville to27th. of measles, her husband having PLEASANT POINT bacco firm, will exceed $500,1100: The died three days hefore her. They were loss to the firm alone will be $300,000. full his ap- Imlh members of the Baptist church Rev. Tilford failed to Louisville Taint Manufacturing Compointment at the llaptist church Sun. ind will be greatly missed in their pany. I'hitip Lew, junk store. I V lav, on account of In children having community. They left six children, be''eil Trintmir Company. Union Dark measles. side a host of friends and relatives to Tobacco Warehouse Company were Mrs M. D. Walls is on the sick list, mourn their loss. After funeral seralso Firemen losers. Seeral vices at the llaptist church by Rev. T. also Mrs. Green Grilfin. came near lusiiur their lives in the A large crowd attended the Win. J. Godbey, they were laid to rest in Mate and were badly injured. Heck sale, near Pleasant Point. Most Friendship cemetery. everything sold, bringing good prices. No bitter tears had they to shed. U. J. Hogue is improving his resiNo ms to be forgiven, Old Iltroei Are Going Fast Tbev closed iheirpeaceful eyes in sleep Of 4,487 applications for Confederate dence. To open them in Heaven. Mrs. W. M. Murphy is having her pensions, 499 lne Jud since the A LOVING FRIEND. law went into effect in lime. 1912 farm fenced, which add In its looks p-a.vordinjf 10 records in the office of considerably A number of our voting folks arc atyCiutiniissuiner W. J. Stone at I'rauk- Small Wreck On Q. & C iori warrants, aRKtCKatJiiK $150,000, tending the revival, held by Kevs Delk The Quee'ii & Crescent Helenvveiod aie lieniK drawn for the May distribu. and Adams at King's Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Flamgau have special passenger train met the southtifn of Confederate pension!,, which bound freight train No. 55 head-on- , returned to their home at Lebanon will be made the I5lh, Tatesville and Sleian Valley, at Junction, after spending a few days 9 Ml Vclock The passengers were with relatives her. Child Cross? Feverish? Sickf shaken tip, hut none seemed Mr, and Mrs, ICllas Harmon, of PerA cross, peevish, listless child, with injured. The pasbe seriously In coated toiiKtie, pale, doesn't sleep, eats ry ville, were pleasant visitors here senger engine and tender were comlast week. sometimes very little, then again ravpletely disabled, but the freight enMiss Kthcl Hogue wa the guest of enously; stomach sour, breath fetid; gine was slightly damaged Several Miss .May me .Sinclitcn Sunday. pains in 'stomach, with diarrhoea: windows were broken and seats disMrs. Will Hrotvu is visiting relativgrinds teeth while asleep, and starts es here. placed in the passenger coaches. The uji with terror all uxKet a Worm Prof. Allen Davis spent Sunday at trains were 011 a curve when they Killer sumethini; that expels, works, Jim Hunch's. struck. and almost every child has them, Kick-apo- o Mrs. Ilarve Watts, of Ma'ywood, was Worm Killer is needed. Get a Ixix Ihe guest of her daughter, Mrs. Kd. The Sanitary Committee will call on today. Start at once You won't have Lc'ich. YOU after 21st and 22d to see if you to coax, as Kickapoo Worm Killer is have cleaned up Take warning. Miss Hertha Ollish ami little broa candy con feci ion. Kxiiels the Worms, ther, of Otlenlieim, were visiting Miss the cause of your child's trouble. 25c Martha Ollish. If yon rbiisiue interfere with vou at your druKist . seeing Abe Martin cut out "vour busiMrs. Until Hastin and little sou, 39-ness. of Carthage-,- ' O.. are the expectNewt of the Churches ed guests of Mr. Win. Alford, her At the 1'resbyterian church Sunday father, Miii Boreing Diet In West May 17: Sunday School at 9:30. MornMr and Mr. W. G. Kouteu and Mr. Word has been received by Kentuciny worship, llo'clock'Holy Ground." V (i Duulap and wife spent Sunday ky relative's , of the death at Condon Oicgon.of Miss ha llelle Boreing forv, I'resbitcrian Ilrothcrhood 3 o'clock. with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alford. Prfo. . C Gilliland and wife and merly, of London. Miss Boreing before fc. Youiik lVoples' service 6:45, Kt cuing 7,3(1. little daughters, Vera and Grctchcr, graduating at Slate University graduWortlup were visiting at J.T. llrowii's Sunday. ated from Sue llennett Memorial School at London and taught there for I4igetlon? Caa't Eat? No Appetite? Most Children's Diteaiei inonic time. A treatment of Electric Hitters Stut With a Cold creases your appetite; stops indigestion Restlessness fevcrishness, an iuflam. Dull Feeling-Swolle- n Hands and you can eat everything. A real spring tonic, for liver, kidney and stimuli trou- -' ed throat and spasmodic cough may be Feet Due lo Kidney Trouble tiles. Cleanses your whole system and whooping cough is starting in. Give Your kidneys need help when your Honey and Tar promptly. It hands and fret thicken, swell up. and did Foley you feel fine. Ivlectric Ditters more for Mr, T. D. Pccble's stomach helps the children so very much, and you feel dull and iluggish. Take Foley troubles than any medicine he ever Mrs. Shipps, Kaymoudsville, Mo., saysi Kidney Pills, They are tonic stimulat. lri4. Get a bottle today. 50c and $1, '1 got fine results from it and it Is ing and strengthening and restore your t vmk druggist. Ilucklen's Arnica a great medicine for whooping cough.'' kidneys to healthy normal action. Try For tale by all druggist them. For sale by alt druggists. Kit(ia. Mivc ,1W OTIl IllH...,, lit lta .IMlllV 11 111 ' MHnvkaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlTlBBBBBBBBBBBT' . llHKSIHMB fl. tTT, ullBBBa Z;'fJ Chas. Lutei Buys Another Farm Gotdslioro, N. C, Argus had the following about a well known and iopular last week : Mr. Chas. Lutes of our city who is one of progressive owners of The Kcritucky Horse and Mule Co., and is manager of their branch in this city m pur chased the S. II. Parker farm which adjoins the W. R. Hollowed farm recently purchased by them making their farm contain 1,000 acre. Mr. Lute is not only in his large rV dealings, hut i live a very pro-g(.inner: a visit to his farms tvii' irate thi. Go!dbro is, in. ee. lortimatc to have such acipiiSi-- ' tion lo its citirenship Mr. Parker was once a prominent business man of Ins city but moved years ago to New-Heand is carrying on an extensive Mlsiiics there. The farm contains 354 acres. The sale was made through Mr. I. I Kdmundsnit, Gohlshoro's Real lMU' hustler, who is pushing towards the four million dollar mark ol real estates sales. flic AT BRODHEAD Chil- Attractive Exercises by School dren Rockcastle Notei n ' 1 . MIDDLEBURG I mf IkLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWi ' '" iTw WBFJr ? fHH tflfaMMBB - " 1. )svt fetR3Mintdba4&iVV "" - .''.. g WtjrfjWin,y lu. rt j 1 v' ' MMMfir bc-fo- y. ' - - -- JltM loi-iii- ., . r. jSw-'-.'.mait- ti -- 'J&Zrws .7 Mtm'' ' :. I-- N riiotos copyright, 1914, liy American Press Aisnoclatlon. Navy Aviators In Camp at Vera Cruz The above cut, which is one of a made by the si ries of war picture photographer of the American Press Association, i of peculiar interest here right now. for it not only show the four men who are making history by their work in living machines over Vera Cruz, in .Mexico, but contains the picture of a Lincoln county lioy. who is making a great record ,111 I uele Sam's service". The man on the right of the picture, the tallest of the group, is Lieut. Richard Caswell Satif-lea son of the late Judge M. C Sauiley. of Stanford. Lieut. Sautlcy wa bom and reared in Stanford, and after graduating from the Naval Academy at Annapolis, spent several years on warship and only a few months ago was transferred to the aviation service, and when hostilities opened in y, ...... .mi 1 : :::M r . 1 $I(XI-'Oi- 1 . ,... 1 1 1 htis-hau- d 1 Mexico he wa honored hy being selected a one of the four aviators sent the- -e for scout work with the American forces. Standing next to Lieut. Saullev is Lieut, liatlingcr, with whom he makes most of the fliqhts, one Usually controlling the machine while the other makes map and rejiorts of the country inland from Vera Cruz. Below shown their camps and landing is beieh for the aeroplanes. The capture of Tampieo. an important (Hirt on the cast coast of Mexico by the rebels, was the big feature of Mexican news this week, and is said to portend the early fall of Huerta. The American forces are waiting the outcome of the effort of the mediators, but there seem little prospect of any tangible results secured at an early date-- Court at Liberty last week. Tapscott is holding the posi-ttiof assistant cashier of the Peoples Bank, of llttstoiiville. ludiM. Lincoln Well wa here Saturday Sunday wa observed as Mothers' Day at the Baptist church here. There was a large crowd present and all seemed to enjoy the services. Those who have been watching the ceuir.se of F". C. Moore, our new County tlorney, say he is making good, lie seems to be determined that no guilty man escapes and is looking after the affair of the county with a vigilant eye. We believe that'Ligc was biult of the right kind of stuff to make an ideal County Attorney dnd we hope thu lie has not disappointed us. The Baptist fifth Sunday meeting will be held with the Liberty Baptist church, beginning the evening of May 20th, and continuing over Sunday, so Rev. K. (i. Martin informs m.' The Middlcbtirg base ball team played "Hell in the Brush" front Mt. Salem Saturday on the Graded School grounds here, though the game was interesting only as lo the many laughable V the lircmt ill D. I'ogle did service as. a juror in i'i Ilrodhead. May 15 fin's is commencement week at the school. The exercises have been well attended so far, and great interest is' manifested. The annual sermon was preached last Sunday by Dr.- M. H. Adams, president of Georgetown College. The sermon was pronounced by many the best they ever heard. The ( oinmrncemcnt play, "Better Than (.old," given by the High School pupils was universally accepted as the best local play ever staged here, Mis as the heroine, and Mary Proctor, Wallace Haggard, as the hero, with crv strong characters for the less im. poitant places, handled the play in a very excellent manner, to the delight of all present. This nfav will be presented at Crab Orchard Saturday evening, ami we hope the Crab Orchard folks will sec to it that a big crowd is Last Monday evening in attendance. was devoted to .the musical department of the Graded School, with Mrs. W. P. Cart.'r in charge. The program Was well arranged and every number was well executed. Tuesday evening the Primary and Intermediate departments presented a fine preigram, and the teachers should be highly commended for Ihe manner in which their pupils acquitted themselves. Little Anna Marie Hicks deserves special mention. She is about four years old. Her part on the program was a vocal solo. "The Fiddle" which was one of the very best numbers given. Wcdncs-da- y night the Grammar grades gave a good program, and Thursday evening Dr. 11. H. Cherry, of Bowling Green delivered the class address. Mr Claud Thompson and Miss Myrtle Murray and Mr. Shcrley Gover and Miss Ida Judd attended church here Sunday. Postmaster Owens is a member of tfie federal grand jury at London this . ' weels. . 1 10 Gir-niv- al n 1 . house-keepin- g F.li-la- h. loseed 1 1 Local Men On Federal Juries Federal court began at London this week and quite a number from Lincoln and surrounding counties were compelled to go up to serve on the grand and petit juries. Among them were Chris Miillm. Granville Owens. W. H. Cummins. M. It. Jones. T. A. Hamlin. Brown, of Rockcastle and Jonathan county: J D. Fads formerly of Lincoln, hut now of Shelby, was summoned as a grand juror, but" managed to get off; Rowan Saufley, of Stanford, was summoned as a petit juror but was excus-e'- d as be is a deputy internal revenue collector in Uncle Sam's service ;,Robt. Me Mister, of Crab Orchard, is 011 the petit jury, o i V. V. Sandidge, of James Grubbs. of near and W. I). D. Hays, of : Hus-tonvilWay-ncsbur- g. ENEMY OF GOV. BECKHAM Concedes That He Has 'the Senatorial Nomination Nailed Down T. B. Cromwell, of Lexington, K)li-tic- al cr 1 1 1 10 A Good Meeting In Lawrenceburg I ..t.-lt.v- A :..,. f. ... Trrwlt.. .11., It... Presbytery, the Transylvania 1 19 10 110 10 111012 12 1 1 "ll .-...i7i (a....with hcadipiartcr here, has just returned trom l.aureiice'liurg, where lie lielit a in mi.ftimr flitrim, the ivit tvtti t lie Presbyterian church. All denominations look a deep interest in the re vival services ami general awakening tt'ih ...tint ...I tt'illi tit i.lt!,i,t,ic t, tint there. The evangelist congregation will spend ne'M in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, devoting most of tir.' nine 10 .titngo ncuon, iincviuc and Cary in Hell county. tU,tlt we-c- com-(ridii- Play at Crab Orcharl May 16 The pupils of the I'.r.nlhead High Schtfil will play their High School e!..,,r.l.,.. ,.ftl. itl'tt it f fnli f mg, May Id, at the Spring.) Hotel. One Unit! nl Hie door receipts Mil he given to the churches of CrJi Orchard. This play, given Friday May 8th, at ltfi.iltw.nii wn& slu'll llint It vivitt I... neate'd by recpiest Saturday, and was said by all to be the best ever given there Admission : Children 15 cents, adults 25 cents and reserved seats 35 cents. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS The last regular meeting of the High School Literay society, was held last Friday, but by request of some of the pupils, Mr Wilson and Mr. Norris consented to an extra meeting. The program committee arranged the following program, mi that all the classes should be represented ; Piano Solo. Anne D. McRnbcrts, for the Cincinnati in Kentucky and unfriendly to G7)v, Beckham for the senatorial nomination, in his letter Sunday concedes ex- - Gov Beckham's nomination in August. Mr. Cromwell is well liosted on irlitic.tl events in Kentucky, and says that every two out of three democrats be has met are for Iteckham. The ar- ,'ttcle has thrown consternation into the Stanley forces all over the state, who arc beginning to sec the handwriting on the wall. Tne article, as it appeared, is as follows: "It is just twelve weeks until the State primary election, at which, on August 1, the United States ScnaTorial nomination-- , will be made, and this far in advance of the day it seems certain that former Governor J. C. W. Beckham, in keeping with the forecast given in this column last December as the tit a canvass of the counties by letter, will be the choice of the DemoCongressman cratic party. A. O. Stittilcy and Cov. lames B. McCrcary will, of 'course, not agree with this statement, for they both maintain that their races are in satisfactory shape, and each professes belief that he will win. Hut as long as they both continue in the race there i no chance for either of them to beat Beckham, unless there should come unexpectedly some powerful force and reversion, and there would now be small chance of either winning with the other out of the way. Sentiment for Beckham is crystallizing, and the supiHirter of With Stanley and McCrcary are feeling it and deploring it, but they appear powerless to stop h. About two out of every three men one meets will say that Beckham is certain to win the nomination, though many at the same time declare that they do not intend to vote for him." ' re-s,- dt writer h4y -- pen-Mo- il t Junior n Vocal Carpenter Solo Josephine Senior Reading. Sallie M. Craig, Junior. Recitation. lean Paxton, Freshman Quartette Mayme Singleton, Vcrua Rout, Juniors: Spalding Hill, Senior, Win, Mobley, Sophomore. ijui Box Gertrude Gaines, Sopho-Recitation. Kiltie Jones, Junior. F.vculs of the Track Meet. Spalding Hill, Senior. Recitation Nellie W. Hill, Freshman Current Kv cuts. Clinton Coleman, ire. m luni'r Original Story. Jiiiiriial-.Ma- Bessie Meiore, Jun- ior ry Moore Rancy, Junior. Prof. Norris. Music Martha Rancy. Visitor!, are especially invited to this meeting, to be held m the school chapel next Monday afternoon at two o'clock. All pupils are expected to come to school Monday, but after that those making exemption grades will attend 110 more this year. There are a great many coal miners in this section, and it is said that they are for Beckham almost o a man. A man here interested in that business said that he hud taken particular care to impure of the miners as to their choice tor Senator, and he said Heck-hahad a big majority. He said this was true not only in the Ninth di.'iici, but in the Tenth ami Klcutith as vuht Talk y, 1 Beckham Leading In Ninth District Ky., May 15. Ashland. It's the same story here as in the rest af the State. Beckham is in the lead for the Senatorial nomination, and there is 110 chance (or either of his opponents to catch him. hi fact, Gov. Beckham seems to he growing stronger, every day. The Ninth district is undoubtedly one nf the strongest Beckham districts in the State, ami his friends say that he will carry every county by overwhelming majorities. In any county in the district leading Democrats arc behind Beckham. One Democrat here said "Democrats in some parts of the district think that any man who runs against Beckham is a republican." And that is really the truth, so strong is the in this section. Mr. Stanley spoke at Catleti;it.'g several week ago, but met wilh a frost. He has fewer votes in this n than any place in the State. His continued absence from his duties at Washington is the cause of much comment among the Democrats here. They say this is a very important Congress, and Mr. Stanley should be attending to his duties as a Congressman instead of running over the Stale abusing Beckham. sol-id- lv ,ec-tio- , m ' 1 tr Don't wait ill vou hear town talking about Abe M.tr original, get in ahead of tlu e nn'u! ' u 1 Coughed for Three Yean "I am a lover of your godsend to humanity and science. Your medicine. Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my cough of three years standing." says Jennie Fleming, of New Dover, Ohio. Have you 1111 annoying cough? It it stubborn and won't yield to treatment? v Get a 50c Untie of Dr. King' New ery today What It did for Jennie Fleming it will do for you, no matter how nuMxirn or chronic a cough may he. It stops throat and lung trouble. Re. lief or money back. 50c and 51 at your druggist. Dis-co- ". iluar Reynold., of McKinney ..e'o Fiitiay I Rev. C. T. Claimed announced Sunday that the revival service wemld be held at the Baptist church beginning about August 1st. lie has not decided who will assist him in these services. Bunt Davenport, who was fined $100 and given a jail sentence of tin davs it the circuit court of Liberty last week, is said to have hied himself to the region beyond Ohio, where doubtless a more congenial clime awaits him. The good people of Yosemitc are said t be rejoicing with a joy that is and full of juy. If J. F Hosworth govs after Caleb Powers, as did Henry Hosworth on that memorable night, when Caleb wearing a false mustache, wa "fleeing the wrath to come," he will get him sure. Caleb rowed into Congress tw j year ago on a stormy sea, but that was a calm one compared with wlril he will experience before August primary. There are decent Republicans in the eleventh congressional district and they arc going to assert themselves this time. The late Circuit Court at Liberty i aul to have gotten in its work at Yosemitc. Bunt Davenport caught it in the neck for giving Charlie Carter a drink of whisky, and wa indicted in one case for crap shooting. Other citizens of that town are said to be indicted for handling the bones but wc do not know that it is true. Hy some mistake Cy Russell, who lives in Ihc Indian Creek section, was indicted at the last term of the Ling Court for coln Circuit vvhisky. Mr. Russell is one of the best citirens and was never known to violate the law in any way and the matter is said to he giving him a great deal of trouble. No one knows Mr. Russell would believe for a moment London Bank to Reorganise that he wemld be guilty of the dirty News conies from London that the business of And his Fust National Bank there is friends and neighbors will see to it that organized. This was agreed to he reon at a he is cleared of the charge. meeting of stockholders Monday. Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, wa made PARLOR GROVE c.,,a,"nafn oi "' meeting and Capt. W. A. I ugh secretary. Bases of reorganiThe rain on Monday stopped the zations were set forth and agreed upfarmers from planting corn. We have had some real bad weather. on ami acommittee appointed to complete arrangements and make necessary Mrs. Ploicinc Singleton and little canvass of the stockholders. Another son, Joseph visited Mr. and Mrs Wescommittee wa named to treat with the ley Sims Thursday. Mr. Otis luibauks and Miss Maud depositors to get their agreement to let McCurry attended church at Waynes-bur- g their money remain in the bank for a spccifcd time. These committees will Sunday night. Mr. James Roberts made a flying reKirt to the stockholders on Monday. May trip to Cincinnati Wednesday and re- en. 2ath. when final steps will be takturned Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Will Reynolds were More Live Birds In the Owls the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wliit-akTuesday night. Another big class was taken in hv Mr. Lawrence Httbanks is visiting his the local Wit n( n,.,lo ur.j....i.:. uncle. Wesley Sims. night with Organizer Craig Thomas. . I . Mr.Ransom nti. Roberts and Miss Eva ...u .. j, f- II 1. uammonus in cnarge ot Diflion were" riding their wheels Sundathe ceremonies. Quite a bunch of the y-Mr. McKinney beiys have applied for memJim Roberts went fishing Wed- bership in this popular order and the nesday night and caught three large charter membership will be held open ones. for another week at $5 in order give Mr. Wesley Sims and Cecil Whita-ke- r them and others who want to to get in. weie in Stanford Saturday. a chance to join. The meeting night Miss esta Sims entertained a num- has been changed from Wednesday to ber of tier friends Sunday afternoon Friday and the place will still he the 1hoc present were Miss Gertrude ,,lc next meeting ,.',at Hundley, Miss Maud McCurry, Misses will ." 'I..'. be Friday night, the 22d. Lula and Flossie Waddle, Margery Morris. Otis Fubanks, Crayton RobinTweve tickets were sold from here son, Inn Hachett, Claude and John Waddle. Mrs. Katie, Morris and moth. to Louisville on the excursion on the L. & N. Sunday morning. er, Mrs. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ilaker. All reiHirted a good time. Read This Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whilaker Were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wrk'lit The Texas Wonder Kidney cure Sunday. cures diabetes, and all irregularities ans .Morilena .McCoy lias returned of the kidney and bladder in both to Staufoid after a visit to her mother. men am! womrn If nnt nl.l I... ,...' There will be Sunday School at Par- druggist, will be sent by mail on rc- lor Grove Sunday. We hope to see a ccii 01 91. une smau Dome is two large crowd out. mouths' treatment and seldom fails ej.n.1 to ... nerftrt .1 rtir,. H ...... ,t. ,VI1I1!11SJ uv..t. f,t I".,,. .,.!.. testimonials. Dr. D. W. Hall, 2926 37-- J SCRFKN doors at Farris". Olive street, St. Louis, Sold by drug-Sist- s. (Adtrt Delightful Surpries Party Hopper at Mt. Sterling Over a hundred of Miss Addie The board of trustees Scott's young friends pleasantly sur of the Mt. Sterling publis school has prised her oil last Saturday niht at her home on the Rush Branch pike. A the old teachers, including Prof. V. O. very enjoyahle evening was spent. Homier as suneriutedent ami Pmfr.,.r IvcrylHidy was highly entertained. Jetton as pricipal of the high school Beautiful muic was rendered and de- ana teacher ot i,crmaii and Latin. The licious home-mad- e candies were serv school commencement will be held on ed. At n late hour the guests left feel June 5, and there will be sixteen grad ing thai it was good to have been there. uates mis year, one ot the largest classes in the history of the school.. Lexington Herald. Helps Kidney aad Bladder Trouble Everybody Satisfied Hverywhefe people are taking Foley A Stubborn Cough It Wearing and Risk Kidney Pills, and are so satisfied they Letting a stubliorn cough "hang tin" urge others to take them also. A. T in the snriiii, ia rtLv l,. if.... . Kellry, Mcintosh, Ala., says: "I & Jar ConiHiund heals raw inflamed them to all who suffer from mimes iii uic niiroat ana uroniicul kidney troubles and backache, fur they tubes makes sore, weak spots sound e, ar? fine." Hest thing can take for and whole stops ltubborn, tearing weak back and rheumatism. For cough. Refuse substitutes. For sal sale hy all druggists. by all druggists. ab-sn- ee ot hlunder. ' - Albright returned last Friday from a three weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tharp at Junction City. Mrs. T. H. Likins was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, II. L. Tharp at Junction C ity a few days last week. Russell Proctor is visiting his uncle, J W. Proctor this week, and attending the Graded School excrcisese. Mis Mary Adams, who has made her home with Mr. and Mrs. J. Tho Chcny for a number of years, and on account of sickness nf her parents was compelled to look after them rclnrn. ed to her home last week after an of ten menths. I. Thos. Cherry was in town last Friday. Frank Ward was here from Junction City during the week. Misses McCall, of Marctburg. were visiting their sisters. Mrs. U. R. Wil-mand Mrs. J. J. Albright this week. Misses Gertie and Mattic Anderson 01 Paris, were visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith were the guests of their daughter. Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mattic Smith, of Crab Orchard, was with her parents, Mr, ami Mrs. J. M. Owens,. during the week. P,a' "Hettcr Than V,nt forRCt Gold at Crab Orchard Springs Saturday evening. May 16th. Admission la and 2a cents, reserved seats 35 c. Part of the proceeds will go divided witli Crab Orchard's churches. Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Watson and little Miss Anna Mae Pruitt, of Lancaster were visiting his brother, J. F. Wat-so- .i this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham and son. Master Austin Sparks, were here Saturday and Sunday with relatives. I hey were also here for the school exercises Tuesday evening. Arthur Andrson. of Paris, is with his cousin, Henry Anderson this week. ..V,r '"' 'f ' er in t.- 14 bac-ach- UjS MM TMK IlfTBatO .tOVtRAI, TAMrOM, KtWTfCKT HHB4T, V R1bw3M tff,Tif ; r.. Ai i ItC Color house but for the paint stick to laM MMfMf afSfsTMU SHRLTON M. HAUPLKT IN Froflrt ADVAXCR II A TEAK HTiUCTLT wwnrf rfat miff Mllr. Hats That Are New , I '' ft . Anchor White Lead ( BMcfe and pure lead and oil paint covers every crevice and grips into vood pores. It expands and contracts with the wood and docs not crack. Save money by painting well and Bar rtatcr Trade Mark ) Hnsccd oil. This pure United States Senator V. O. Ur.nl. Uy iSMil a statement from Washing ton I'riilay morning that he will not he a eaniliilate for the Senate again, The OM Roman iimlouhterily eei the handwriting on thcwall mul ii willing tn let other fight for an empty honor, for a jure as there i a jmt (oil aloe, Kentucky will rcitore to J. C W llcckham the honor that was rightfully lu in l'JOS and was snatched from his grasp hy such ignominious " I 1 Tmaa New from the factory-N- ew in shape-N- ew in combination of colors The TANGO-it'- s a yountf man's ha-tstyle. We want you young men to see it's dressy-i- t's win iikc ii qo.ou. PANAMAS in full, medium and telescope fine white straw-- at $5.00. shapes-beauti- ful, it-y- ou method. in time. Come Jn nd Vt u figure on your paint. IncJ&nttllr. ate our Owwr'i Paint Guide. It't full of color tufjaa-Men- s and paint act. Penny's Drug Store STANFORD, KY. The people who had always known and locd him in life gathered hy the thousand to nav their last trihutc to John C. C Mi4)o at his home in Taints vine Ihursuay. uovcrnors, statesmen and millionaires vied with the little hartfootcd boys of the mountains in doing this honor to the First Citiicn of the Mountains, whoc untimely taking away is monnrncd from one end of the state to the other. Bcckham'a Speaking Dates Goxernor J. C. W. lTcckham, will spcack at Scottsville, May 16, Franklin 18, Williamsburg ami Corbin Ma Ma y 23, llarliourville and Middlesloro May 25. I'incvillc May 26 and Harlan May 27. Clean-u- p Days, May .1st and 22d The city will run wagons the above dates, and haul your tiash. E, T. Pence and J. R. Powell, Street Committee. them fine split or course, rough straw at $1.00, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50. in STETSONS-O- ur hat case is always full of JOHN B. STETSON'S staple stiff-m- any hats-- in soft and styles and colors, at $3.50, $4.00 and $5. all-- STRAW YACHTS-AIwa- ys popular - the best looker of and young men's v If you want a hat, then you want to see what we have. H. J. Mc ROBERTS USE ALLEN'S F00T-EASE Hon. A. 0. Stanley Candidate for the nomination for the U. S. Senate, subject to action Democratic primary, Aug. 2, 1914, will speak at He who hesitates is lost. Don't hesitate alwut getting jour seat reserved for the Merchant-,- ' Carnival. Now is 39-- 1 the time. MT. SALEM Miss Nannie McKinncy visited home folks here last Saturday and Sunda). Miss Sara Cirider was the week end guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. lloss Grider. Miss Mjric Adams has rcturned-.t- o her home here after a visiting relatives in Louisville. Mrs. A. K. Green is on the sick list at this writing. Mrs. M. S. Burton and family visited relatives at Arabia Sunday. Mr. S. C Dunn. Sam Lake and Chas. Lake attended the show at Danville last Friday. Mrs, John McKinney, of this place, and others of McKinney, went to The antiseptic (Kiwdcr to be shaken into the shoes. If jou want rest and comfort for tired, aching, swollen, It sweating feet, ue Aliens reliees corns and bunions of all pain and prevents blisters, sore and callous sjMits. Just the time for Dancing Tartics, Patent Leather Shoes, and for lircaking in new shoes. It is the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Trv it today. Sold evcrj where. 25c. Dor. : accept any substitute. Kor lKlE trial package, address Allen i. Obnsted, Lr Foot-F.as- fcp Ijilll J A Gd Drug Store more Hum j IT TAKES a s(ck of tlrus and trMil intentions to It rwiuiresn UhxI tlruj' .store. intimate knowledge of weighing nuke a I n hoy N Y. Crab Orchard, Saturday, May 23, at 3:00 P. M. Way-ncsbu- rg lat Saturday. Hustonville, Saturday, May 23, at 7:30 P. M. YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR HIM. Mrs. Sam Uastin and Mrs. Mattie Saturday were in Middlcburg looking at the new line of millinery. Misses Mattie McAninch and Grade Hastin attended church at Mt Salem Sunday morning. Miss Laura Grider was the guest of Mrs. Mattie est Tuesday. Re. Maddox will preach here on the fourthSunday in this month instead of the third Sunday. Mr J. W Mc ninch and sister. Miss Mattie and Miss Grace Uastin, were in Middlcburg Thursday. Messrs. Claude and j. W. McAninch will Ieac Sunday for Cincinnati, where they will likely remain for the summer. Mr. If B. Floyd and wife were in Hustonville last Wednesday. Mr. Mike La was in Mt, Salem Sunday. Mr, Grederand daughter, Miss Ethel were in McKinney last Sunday. Farmers in this section are taking advantage of these pretty days liy planting corn and gcttin ready for a eirt to-h- ceo. HUSTONVILLE Monday, May 18 Mrs. John McKinney attended church at McKinney last Sunday. Mr. Robert Dameron and wife, of New Salem, isitcd Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dameron last Sunday. "Tiz" Eases Tired. Sore Swollen Feet STANFORD Tuesday, May 19 AFTERNOON AND NIGHT ij." Just, take jour shoes off and then put tliQsc weary, aching, burning, bunion tortured feet of our in a "TIZ" bath. Your toes will wriggle with joy; they'll look up at ou and almost talk and then they'll take another dive in I that "TIZ" bath. aaaaV shoe-crinke- d, d THAT 118 TEXAS SHOW The I. X. ; L Ranch Frontier Days In Mighty Union with The teet teel all tired out just try "Tiz." It's grand Your feet will dance with joy; no more pain in corns, c a o u s es and bunions. There's nothing like "TIZ". It's the only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up your feet and cause foot torture. Jet a lxx of "TIZ" at an drug or department store don't wait. Ah- - how glad jou feet get; how comfortable jour shoes feel. You can" wear shoes a sue smaller if you desire. 1 Mm wncn jour Great Harris Shows 2 Great Shows for Single Price of Admission. Cowboys, Cowgirl, Real Indians, Mexicans and Cossacks. A gathering of the Representative Rough Riders of the World The Nation's Own Historical Amusement. A Show with SPEED, EXCITEMENT and SENSATION. Sec Big Tom, the last of the Buffalo; The Champion Lady Rider, Princess Mohawk. A $100 to the man that brings to our tents a horse or mule our cowboys csnnot ride. See Col. Harris' Trained Animals. Twenty Funny Clowns. BARGAINS IN FLORIDA will offer for sale 21 acres near town, mile from railroad modern house, station; a seven-roojust built, one tenant house, and good barn, one deep well, three shallow wells, cistern, 120 bearing orange trees, W0 imng tries, five acres in timber .$3,500. $2,500 cash balance in five payments, one year apart. The best bar gain in Florida. Address J. J. LONG, Leesburg, Florida, Box 21 I have lots of other real bargains For real bargains in Florida home 38-write me. I one-four- th 2 Tlit Exhibition on show groNiuls at I P. M. DEFECTS? SORes; Cot Any BUSKS. SCALDS. BKU1SES. HANDS AMD LIPS, TETTIB. ECZEMA? ciurrao Mrs. Durward Singleton returned to her home at Danville after a visit to relatives here. Her little sister, Kffic small cost. Farmer returned with her. Miss Lillie Grcgorj, of Somerset attended the burial of Jack Daugbert) doesn't require any skill at Stanford last week. torestorewornfurniture, Mis Clctter Kuk has returned floors.etc, to original beauhome at Mam's Hap, after spending ty. Simply use PEE GEE several days with her aunt, Mrs. c combined Alexander at Mustoiiville. stain and varnish. Mr. Wallace Urackctt and Harrj and Mack Farmer were out on the You'll be delighted with the creek Sundaj-- . finercaults. 1 ryacantoday Mrs. W. K. Daughcrty continues it comes in 1 1 Natural very ill at this writing. Wood Colors. White. Gold What is the matter with W.tjnc and Enamel. All sizes. burg? 1 did not sec jour letter in tin 1. J. last week. PEASLEE-- AULIIERT CO. Mr. Joe Kirk spent Saturday night IMC4MCa.fkO with Hdd Farmer. LOUISVILLE. KY. .Mtnul.cturrtt Mr. Jcse Farmer was the guest ( Miss Edna Childress at Wajncsburg, FOR SALC BY Sti.iday Misses Clctter and Annie Kirk and Miss Lizzie Davi and Mr James Davis were in this part of the country CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Sunday. Mrs. Jenc Hutchinson and Miss Oca Farmer were at Sautley Saturdaj. A large crowd attended meeting at Sauflev Sunday night. Does't Like the Eleventh Miss Bessie Green snent Sundav J. W. Ilrunti, of Mt Vernon, is a with Mis Etta Luster. county Democrat and for- I Mr. Durward Singleton, of Danville, tockcatle mer party wheel horse who came to the guest of Mr Dink Farmer Louiisxille for the Derby Mr llrouu Friday. says he has lost all interest in polMillard (laugh Mr ipent Sunda) itics since Rockcastle county was with Mr. Albert Daugh ui aauflcy. taken out of the Kighth Congressional district and dumped ocr over into the Relfeves Bladder Dlstrevi Klctenth district, where the Democrats &3d Weakness are hardly numcncallj strong tiiough I Iriegul.ir, painful bladder wcakuesy forto raise a diturlMiice He are liut) merly chairman of flic Kockcattlc disappear when the Kidneys I'olcj KidCounty Democratic Cuinmitttc. Louis- - and healthfully active. Takescaling sen. ney Tills fot that burning, ills limes. painful action-heavsore feeling and bladder distress. You Feel Dull and Sluggish? Start will like their tonic restorative effect Liver to Working the relief from pain quick, good reIt beats all how quickly Foley Ca- sults. Contains no harmful drugs, Trj thartic Tablets liven jour liver, over- them. For sale by all druggists. make jou feel come constipation and active again. J. I.. Knight, Ft NOTICE TO BIDDERS Worth, Texas, says' "My disagreeable Sealetl bids will be received at the sjmptoms wcr entirely removed by the borough cleansing Foley Cathartic office of the County Clerk. Lincoln I'thlets gave me" Thev'rc a wonder. county, Kentucky, until 12 o'clock noon.' Saturday May 25, 1914, for the For sale by all druggists. erection of a bride over Hanging Fork J. T Illankenship went to Cincinnati mar Hustonville on the Liberty pike. Plans and specifications fur which may Suntiaj". be seen at the above office. 2. A certified check for five per bThe Greatest Kidney Remedy on cent of bid, made payable to W. M Earth," Says a Grateful Woman Bright, treasurer, shall be filed with in case bidder 1 want to tell jou how much good each bid. which, receiving of the award, the your Swamp-Roo- t did me. About four for bidders) years ago. I suffered from what the should he fail to execute a contract doctors called fistula and for two vears and file a lond within ttn (10) days of that time, 1 endured what no ton- after the acceptance of his bid, shall gue can tell, I also had inflammation be forfeited to the County as liquidatof the bladder and 1 tried doctors med ed damages. 3. Ml bids must be the regular form receiving any help. icines without Someone told me about Dr. Kilmer s furnished by the County, scaled and plainlv marked Swamp- - Soot,. 4. The successful bidder will be reAfter giving it a thorough trial, I re- quired to furnish a bond for 50 per ceived relief, so keep on using it and cent of the contract price issued Irtoday I am a strong and well woman. responsible surety approved by the If I ever feel badly or out of sorts, I County Judge, and drawn to protect take Swamp Koot and it always the county and any straightens mc out. I honestly believe surety to be given before any work is that this medicine would cure all trou- begun. bles you recommend it for and it is a 5. The County reserves the right to pleasure for me to send my testimony reject any or all bids. anil photograph to you. I think Dr. 6. Tenders will be received on the Kilmer's Swamp-Rois one of the following item:s greatest medicines on earth. Fisrt For all concrete work, all Respt. jours. abutement, and piers. MRS. JNO. HAILF.Y. Second For all steel work. West Main St. Portland. Tnd. Third-F- or all fills. Subscribed- and sworn to before me Fourth For all work as a whole. this 1th tlay o fjulv. 1"09. 38-- 3 E. D. FF.NN1NGTON C A. I1F.NNKTT, Notary Public. County Engineer. You can have bright and beautiful Furniture, Floors, and Woodwork NEAL'S CREEK Kev I ft. Livingston filled his .iiiMiintment at Saullev Sunday m,nimg and night. The subject Sun- mc uuru is uur tlay niglit was, measuring and mixing, vJiich comes only after Your prescriptions will be properl) filled at our store, Wc have every intnlem facility and we knew fcaw. careful study and experience. Sronny's Drug Store THE REXALL STORK at Til-for- d RE'NU-LAC-th- for jr Caadies G SUMMER CLOTHING 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 beautiful line of Shirts. All kinds of work pants. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Call and see what we have and you . Lyne Bros., fw-a- s J w satlon-irregula- r, will buy. ROBINSON'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1 "Honor Roll Bank" Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bonkers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Transit No. 73-235. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK c5BSn8T ot - American Field Fence and Barb Wire W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. I FEEDS XLk Do you rtillr wul to bail lit Ba4 aouih I. Kc. I Th.n .tor. tat liny a Ul 4 UK. BELL'S nlaiu ' I Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedfMeal for Milk Cow and ewes, makes mdk $2.00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. Vt u mow wblt. n4 mow pwi"iu U II aooia't do th work. gt your uonty tack. Antiseptic Salve t.ii it Br Th. BaH '. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., BInghamton, N. Y. Swamn-Root Public Sale. Will Do For At the late resilience of I. M. Car. ter, Sr., near Morelantl, Ky on Friday. May 22, 1914 at alunit 1 JO I M , I will offer for sale at public outcrv to the highest and best bidder a lot of household and furniture, beds etc., some farming implements, tobacco Micks and other property The said sale will be made on a credit of three mouths, IkhhI being required of the purchaser with sufficient surety, bearing six per cent intin-s- t from date. This May II, 1914 11. D. CVRTlUv, Admr. 3 JX-kit-ch- in Prove What y--.-- HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in Hifk-Class You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinghainjiton, N. Y,, for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure an I mention the Interior Journal. Regand ular fifty-cen- t size bottles for sale at all drug sjores. one-doll- J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'Cltry M& MtMMeits Service-Guaran-teed J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD, ft CO. KENTUCKY Original Designs and Prompt Quality Connections at all Granite and Marblt Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Closed on Saturdays Telephone No. 164. STANFORD, KY. Aycr's Away back In 1841. Old enough to those days? Still used for coughs and cold. Sold for 70 years. Ask Your Dottee. inSvuI'lfii' & HIQHttT MARKET VAIUK PtM FOR HIDES "SKINS WHITE JOHN Louiavnu, & GO. KV, UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers ia FwnKws Mattinf, Rmi. Furniture ExekM;Ml far w KMt Of UNDERTAKER ANt EMtALMM fflSfl PtMM 117. Hmmj V ESTABLISHED 13 7 ltislt Mnm M. i PHONE 42 STANFOM. KY. TANFtRi, KENTUCKY, '"ii& J &?i ssfsw y-- fi p. ; H m - may sSESStsL XHrnuftt sTAxrem, kbmtvcky. fhiday, KtARB is, 1914. , AfT TOWN Clrcm Coming, Tuesday , No Substitutes WT' to the grootr atfcitM Mnt you for Royal Bk-inf PowdW. TUr m no nib-for ROYAL Royal a pure, crtan. of tartar baking powder, and haakhfuL Powders offered m are made from alum. novrl lay tlwt delights ever home talent one. fright, clean, full of music and good hearty laughs )m will find In thi home talent play Monday evening ty three vmrs 'Ata Marin's WetldinK,' a UPTURN a51c0-- j Gr Stmilryf wini irit Loitoiu siiiiu mak-iijhas been ao andRichmond, near F ffnee, & vffll hack here early in the week on a visit to friends. He will go from here to Corhm to remain n short time hliome Ind, aub-atkut- at friends He is traveling out of Milwau kec for a manufacturer of ladies' ho sierv He says that as soon as the fad of having living modils, litis Ins line hi II have the swcllcst job in the world trade and shaking hands with his many William Iluey, an old Stanford boy, was here this week calling on the V "JV 2- - Sa W"si? .; rlce Gov McCrcarv will speak at l.an- caster. Mom lav, Ma i.ith court day, in the interest of his candidacy for the I J S Docker went up to London on S Sinate Judge James P liiiley. SherPKRSONAL aad SOCIAL iff J (. Wcalbrrford, hd Wilkinson business I'riday and other of his supporters in this Mr anil Mrs. G Hampton are county will prohahl) head a dtlcgitiuii Mm M I! Welch was In Louisville here from Lebanon Junction for a few from this county to hear him. l.iil Saturday dajs with the hoim folks. Mrs. W II Wcami lia been on tlic Mr and Mrs Walter Jones were hc nick lUt for neveral ildj. Ilotirne Goggm, of Chicago, was ill Mr. Mary I'rnti) lui lircn on the gncMs of Mr and Mrs J L Totttn at tlili sictton this wetk visiting relatives ilav tint week Lebanon .Saturday and Sunday. tcveral ami fi lends, and receiving a heart v ink Iim MIm KuIi Monl comery, of l.ilicrty, Miss Ophelia Lackey, of Crab Orch-ar- welcome He has been connected with V G Wither. in tlie Mr Publishing House, of iiet nl was the guest ol the Misses Al- the Xation.il Philadelphia for the past M )cars and IImkIiI llava ha Ik 111 iiiitc ill for corn lure this week. hoi Is one of their most resNnjihlc no.tr.) I (la? of tnrmlitU K'v C l Sine, pastor of the Chris-lio- n K)SltlOIIS Mm. V. J AaJicrafl, of Louisville, church at Hammond. was arrived Thursday for a vuit to Mr. here this wttk, the uuest of Ohio,iniclc, Ins .111.I Mr j I. II Hilton I V Peak, the farnur C Sine and wife. near rtirucrsvillc, rcceull) rituruCd J" I' 'r,,'',ry. Kenenl lxxlkrcpcr of . Mrs. lohu Charlc Otlioriic ninriuil ftrw a spct:! tnc Aih!!iiit nffur in vnit to Hardin ctwit;, to hir lijine in Knowillc, Tcun , Fri-l- a he here with Iim family. on business and Sjieut several after a pleasant visit with her visiting fritnds da)s Peak sa)s that Mm. Karl Wither and children unit mother, Mrs Charlotte Warren and hir, ihr di'fniM'rals of Mr. I jnrailff t tint week the count) s iv tint In viit her sister, Miss Jennie Warnn riuln, .Mm Itlanrl llctkhaui will sweep it for "senitor h) Mr and Mrs Julius l''illmann, and a large majority Mattie N'cvius spent several ,lr il:o ili vvcvk with her dauxhtcr, Mrs. liiilt miii, Julius, Jr. of Mincdi, near Dii'ican, in the southeastern jiorliou of A coop full of Italian lues was trans.1 I' llurk at (.illert's Crick the count), wire in town I'riday visit-inMr. and Mm C Ii. Pepper, of it rrtd from one train to another litre .mil shopping were the rrrsnfRticvu of Mr Iluirsdav morning and attracted much Opine Ilrown, who has bem atttnd-m- g and Mrs. K C l'rppi here. Apiarists proat liie I'lurmac) ScIkh)I at Iiuisville, attention themthe dtot.bees Mcsilames l.d 1'ricc and X I'ricc were nounced Italian has relumed home for the summer and being lupiied from a linn hv lhc) name of lincisler, were here last week to the will work in .Shug.irs' Drug Store ee Or A S Price la , of Ilrown Ilcrry. of Havnevillc. V II Overtired lias hern confined . Icrkins at Wollonl. K) , and t' ' i - tfx t'l V1. i'i j to Ins lied for several da)s on to V i vn were ncloid in five compartments of tonsilitis in fine mtsh netting HONOR ROLL OF K Simitar Mrs. ami mother. I J. SUBSCRIBERS Mrs. Tanner, u McKinne). arc the O His fritnds are glad to know that Kiiejls of Mrs II C Niinnellev at Dr A is Price is so greatly unproved :; The Following Have Paid Sub-- '; in heter Uh it him that his vcr competent trainscriptions to the I. J. Since Mrs. W II Shanks hn lieen the ed mirsf. Miss Kathcrim nrotiaugh. ;.' Last Repoit. eucst of Mr and Mrs. T. II llatdwm sue w.is anie io leave mm inurvia) at Kiehniond ' wmt u;i to Crab Orchard to spend a QQ O U Martin i O O Q sH Mrs C of Danville. Ins ftv davs with her fatlur. Col R H. been the recent Kcst of her sister, W M. Gaunce. Ilr'niaiigh .mil family, htfi.re nturniitg G. Singleton. Mrs. W II lluclunan I McRoberts Chas Hill to Lexington, where she makes her Mrs II M M Suctiicy Mm and mother, J II. Honakcr. Home Wm. Heck Mrs Derr, have returned home after ).ansin I.jiiliam I J. Conn a isit to friends and relatives at Mrs W II Murray. I A Mullms W. P. Kincaid, local agtnt for the ,md .Mackvillr K I Mr Mister II It I'tlnliriy Indiana silo, unloaded Ins first carIII man friends will riRret to I T lllankcnslup It 1' Koss. load shipment here this etk John II. learn that Mr J I Thompson lias been Rev I" 11 Schumann Talor House ndtrson, on the Preachersville pike, quite ill Jot ome time at Ins home I M Reid J. 1' Pleasants who lost his silo by fire last )car, got W C White. vu.l .if Crub (Jrilurd on llif Laik.m-te- r Mis ( I uli.oiks the firjt one as he sa)s he doisn't I C, pike T S Rij nobis llicklcv to be without an Indiana an) Mr and Mrs J K N'cwlaml and J V Adams McKtttfick J longer than he can help There were 1 b.ilij have returned to their home at George G iddis Xial seven in the first sliipnunt Mr Km Wichita Tails, Tc . after a viMt to lu Mrs Mattie Withers Charles North. did sold 1( silos during the month of parents. Mr and Mr. and Mrs T I) G f Walkir . GimicIi. J April and will begin deliveries at once iCrvvlailil. I W liaughman Claud Itihh. I C OslHrne Mrs W II W'earen. of KussilUilU Mrs J llavdrn "Col Joe" Uoodc went to llrodbcad liil Smith . Moblcy thrniiKh here list week on her Mrs W riiursdav to nut up some bills for the wav to Uiilmioud to visit relatives and K M I'cavjhotise Hail Mrs. M piik'iig of Congressman Stanley W F. Ilrackett irxrulf fur Hcvcral il.ijs Mrs Mary Harp. there on Ma) 25. having been tiigaged tkin-soThus Metcalf. Misses Ada Corn anil Maud lr John Young io do this work by local Stanley Itad Wm Fit Ids. of Cnrimhviltc, are viitinn their II C W11..M crs t'pon return he told the J that D n.Ids Mrs I) T llrummett and at- Miss Utile Dennv J cuutm, the democrats there almost ran him out tending the street fair at Lancaster Alfred feds Dr J F l'ejln of town, when the) learned his mission, M Mri. John Moore, of Libert), who Miss Marcta Smith - Hall an J he sa)s that he ucvir saw so man) T V Shaw has lern here with her daughter. Mrs H II Ciim.niiis people for Ileckham in his life before W L Ung lid. Wilkinson, ha roiic to I.ancastrr M M Swetiuy as lie found around llrodbcad. II P Mitchell. Mvers timAc a short visit to her daughter, W M M. Mr Honker Wilkinmn nnn & Coffey Mrs. Dunn. Judge James P flailev spent a ftw t, I. Mnrrcll Mr llrttte X.ith McKinne), moth- I.afe Morgan. davs in Louisville with friends this During his absiuce, Attorue) er of Mrs. W M llrtcht. has been Mrs Alice New land. Will Htcktr wetk. II. Posey tutc ill at the home of the latter for ( A Kuhanks. George D Florence was selected b) II Carson M A trained nurse W G Davenport. several das this week. in a small case in county court D M Robinson J F. Cash. is in attendance and hc is liting givto preside as Acting County Judge and R A Good Key. J A. Trostle en evvrv attention acquitted b mist If with honor and dig W 11 Stigall News hat been received here by rela- Thos Oaks nit), and strange to say, with perfect Charles 'I rub tives and friends announcing tin arri John II Higgins. satisfaction to the attorne)s on each A Italian! llrn J. I sal of a little d.iiiKhier at the home of side ot the suit Some judge, sure. Norris, I. I.. King Mr and Mrs II Sloan, of Missoula, Mrs l J. R Young Mont The mot lit r will lie ,iorcc I'olinper CRAB ORCHARI Mr dcorge Dellorde.l S Duke here as Mm Marv McUolnrts Miss Ida Jlldd and Shirlev dovr. I Hill .Spradhn tl Revnoh'.s Miss M)rlle Murra) Miss Mabel tium intertainul with a and Ciau.'c Wm. Anderson week-enruold. Sr house purtv The Knot wire T M 1 hompson attended ilmrch at llrod Inillli llishop Krve, h !l (iinuan Miss ucmda Lute and Donald head last Sundav I Js t,n.H ,l. ol Oanvllle; Misses Mra and Juim . most delightful :t!iie nmr i S W'Rtnfro I'KIht, of Lexington; Mm Margaret Mcnefti I Intore. iludiiu' all dclicacits of the scasor Mil ford Hall ' Denton, of Lexington, Mers 3 11 I" S (ioocIi was cnjO)cd at old uniiping sprinr I. W Adams Fishtr. I - IVudell and W C Carter, C S Ljons a few da)s ago by the following me C M. S Russell P hpperson all of Lexington and Wilbur Gum Misses F.lUi rv part) of )oungtcr!i G. D lloone h Scuddtr lxiugton Herald H dines. Jewel Goodman, Susie Hutu " Inhn Miracle Mrs W X Craig, of Stanford ar Gouge Dellordc Mrs. Anderson,, D Perkins. Itird Mrs II Ratttnspergcr.P. W. Robinson Jones. lolm Stephenson, Ilo)le Singlr rived on bundav to spend a few liv RichMiss Annie Ashlock. Joe t.crkcy with her htilaiid who i with the ton, Wilie '1 hompson, George Givein S. T Powell mond Unix Co i)r Craig is thinking Inhn I' Stevenson. and Hud Collier. Miss XL Hoehn. sirtoiHl) of moving 'lis famil to this A H Fcldman Mrs. Robert Thompson and Misi O IM Jones cit) where lhe have many relatives Arthur Wallm Tanner visited her mother. Mrs Pojn L. C King and warm friends Mr ami Mrs Itoh. W D. Gooch. ler at Mt Vernon last weik D, Itroughton ert" llruce of Stanford, are the guests Julius Fihiunn Miss Rclta Arnold made a slioc of Mrs Grrtn Titrlcj Richmond Ka)inontI - v.asn. visit to our town this week. F Goggin. Mrs. Jennie Madwoman, Mrs W I). Dunn is much improvti and able to resume her house work Miss Luetic Morgan is at home froti Richmond, where she has btcu a chool. Mr and Mrs. J Thomas Cherij spent last Sunday with Mrs, Cherr) sistir. Mrs Hilton at Stanford Mrs. l'rtd Garnet, ot Stanford., vvnr ClU cicl: :s much better hr tc many fritnds here will be glad ti know Mrs. Claudia Holdmaii has btei quite sitk for a vvirk. but is some lit"Yes. I was starving to death." letters from her since The last tune ter at presrnt Frank Hnldiuan cairn said Mrs. Iiinma licit, of Fort Pierce, we heard from her. Drcembir 112, home from Itlltcu and is aUo siik friend of Florida. Hox 204. "when I bigan to shi was still a testimonials Peruna. catarrh Dr R L. Willis has returned from ? on For oilier take Pcruua. I could not eat pleasant unit to his, daughter, Mrt of the stomach, ste "Ills of Life." sent Dave swallowed an)thitiR it If I Howard of Versailles. ddress Peruna Co, Columbus My stomaih free sound on ni) stomach. Mrs. Fdvvard Anderson will leave 11 was vir) much swollen. M) bowels Ohio. 1 The stomach and bowels are linen a ftw days for a visit to friends n 1 dysenter) had acute 'iitvd us if Richmond and Versailles. was in great distress and pain Three with a mucous mimbrane 'lhcy are Messrs John S Robinson and Jamri had been employ id. but gave therefore subject to catarrh, the saint Guest atttuded the Derby in Louis doctors continually as the nose ami throat. Catarrh of ville kist week. I was me no relief. the stomach and liowels will dirange growing worse Mav and Orline Anderson are tin The organ. the functions of these I was In Despair. the stomach can no longer digest, evtu guests of their grandfather, Sam Ar. drrson in Xicholasvilte. without digestion, "In inv despair I caught at every for a short time, Mrs Rube Ilronaugh and Mrs. Wal pro. straw. Picking tin a newspaner I saw immediatily sours. The souring lace (lover were in Stanford shopping duces gas irritation. some account ol rcruna. mere was this week. a testimonial from a woman who had Mr. S. M Noel, of Frankfort, was at Foods Souri In the Stomach I much like myself, bet u troubled A portion of the undigested meal is Springs Hotel this week. to try Peruna. concluded Mrs. Mary Richart has returned absorbed into the system by the blood vessels of the stomach. This poisons from a most delightful visit to Mrs. J. I Wrote Dr. Haitman. t R, Ilailey at Ilurgin. the whole system, producing a condi"At the same time I wrote to Dr. tion now known as autointoxication; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders visited my cass He pronounced Hartin.ni. silt poUonutg. The fermenting irri- Mr Coy Sanders at Coy this week, catarrh of the stomach and bowels. tating mass, as it passes down into Mrs. John Todd, of Palmyra. N. Y., Af the bowels irritates the bowels, pro- spent the week end with her husband taking Peruna, I soon began After tak- ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea, at Crab Orchard Springs. once I began to improve ing Inlf a liottle, mv stomach was so sometimes producing the very oppo. Mrs J, A Hanks and daughters. I could cat some" improvtd that Misses Lillian and Dorothy arc at I hi lie. constipation. mediant springs for the summer Th average tlisncpsia I BtRn to Recover Miss Hancock, of Shcpherdsville, is iclps to arlilWiali) digest the food Then this uood housewife goes on l'vvn when such medicine does its with her father. Prof. Hancock and to mrratc in detail her rapid perma furnishing the splendid music for the only teniporay and final recovery. She work it is can only be expected when Commencements exercises of the Gradmint relief said. "After takini? two kittle of Pe- the catarrh is overcome. ed Sihool. runa I was strong enough to stand up Misses When she be- Symptom of Catarrh of the Stomach during the Flo)d and Cox, teachers, to wash the dishes." past term of school here she weighed 102 gan takiiiR Peruna the left Thursday for their homes. They The symptoms of catarrh of she had taken five Stomach arc First heartburn. Sec- leave a large number of friends here pounds. After br.Ulcs of Peruna, she weighed 122 ond, food rises in throat afitr mials who regret in know that they will not by saying Third, sour stomach. Fourth, heavy teath here another year. She concludes pounds. that she is well. feeling after catmtf. Fifth, stomach Mr. Charles Singleton, who has been ibated. In Idling of gas. Sixth, pal- in North Carolina, for several months, It Was Twelve Years Ajo. diSeventh, poor was brought home Tuesday very sick. The letter from which the above pitation of heart. Eighth, the We have not learned the trouble. quotations were madej was received gestion, have dyspepsia. light brown. Ninth, Mrs. Hannah Steger is daily getting tongue January 29, 1901. In a later letter tendernesscoated pit of stomach. stronger and will socn be well again. written September II. 104, she says, Tenth, cannotover bear tight clothes Her ph)sician. Dr. Jones, says she has of Peruna far and "I ling been one of the most patient sufferers near, It is used a great deal in our around waist k"ew. w'ch bas greatly assist-cin- e People who object to liquid medl- - "; vicinity, This seems to be a bad 'forl 'or ''er- can obtain Peruna Tablet. lor catarrh." We have received fr d, u riie I. X. I Ranch of Texas com-1 j. at.- J.AJ. bined vvitli the-- Great Harris Shows cheeked becaas the mother' atressgtli la will show at Hustonvillc Monday and aet rmsal to her eares, while her tiBMlnak ii; this city Tuesday. They have all kind of animals, cowboys, cowgirls devotion neglect her own health. It is duty ol husband or friend to e ind Mexicans.,- that she eels Uie pure medicinal nouriih-meIn 5cott' Tlmulslon, which I not CIIAPPELL'S GAP drug- or stimulant but nature' conMr Aaron Xoakes has moved to centrated tonic to enrich nnd enPine Hill liven the blood, strengthen the nerves and Mr and Mrs Mason Pliiiuner nnd Id the appetite Hi) sici-ieverywhere Dan tidcrson visited Mr and Mrs. prtucribe Scott s I'.inulslon for overugtist Hands Sunday. worked, litrvods, tired women; It builds I II llogie of Chappell's Gap secup and holds up thejr strength. Oet Scott' at your nearest drug store. tion apurchased a horse of Ilitik Davis for fancy price. Decoration Day will be at tlic old WAYHESBURG bur) tug grounds at Fplicsus church. Kcv J II Jones filled his Tegular Mav Jl r.vcr)body is invited to come Mr Win Dishon has added two appointment here Saturday afternoon, rooms to his house He has thctn alsunday morning ami tv tiling Mr Mi mm tablwtll of Somcrstt most complete. Mr Sam Johnson visited Mr G II spent Sunday with his parents. Mr Savior Sundav. ml Mrs. 1) W Caldwell Mr and Mrs Joe Hogie were the Misses Jemiie and l.vdia Robinson sptnt Friday and Satunfa) with Missttifsts of Mr and Mrs J. O llogie es elma Morgan and Mar) Warruur Sunday Mr 'and Mrs, G. Tshanr attnidid Rev J It, Jonr. pnached at the New church at Ottcnhcim Sunday Pilot church .Sunday afternoon Miss Mattie ndcrsoit is the guest of Mr. l ( Gooch had the misfortune Mrs Plira Manuel at Pine Hill. to stirk a n.iil'in his foot last wti'x Miss Grrathal Moon spent last wrik George Xewlaud, who has lit en workwith Mrs II. II Singlttnn Mr Ralph Ross of Missouri, is ing at Lontto, returned hire and will work at Hemp Sliwart Carson went bis coiisjn. Miss (iracc li ffries t r I.... I'firnu.r rtf V...it I r. , l to Uirctta to take his place was lie r Sunday afteriUHiu Miss i.va aiiiKKton. Kownnd Smv: Deafness Cannot Be Cured Itton and Master lluttir Smulttoii at atl.itii, ai tliey rinnot rrsrli Ilia leuiled ilmrch at Pilot Suuda) after tr I.Nal appll n r TIkt la milr ona illsrasnl j.M. of ! noon waf lnrur ilufns, ami tint Is l.jr smstltntl.o-a- l r'innll,. Hmtwm Is raitsf1!! if III InflaniM Mrs. 'I (.111 Hutchinson ritiirurd to liistniMan Diitisnts if her home at Ludlow 1 liursdav after rutiitlilMnWhenIhitills tu! llnlnjr nf IIh )on liaf a Is lulliimil Tnl. leii(lmg several da) s with Jier s'stcr r(iniiih(ia nmni nr imprriM't nmnnf ani srhrn It Is rnllrrlr rtiwril lieafnisis Is t - refill!, anil Mrs R HaHard tinlrM Hip lnnmmati.ii rap In taken mt and c Mr and Mrs R Curbs Mr and Mrs HiIn itilw rrficrnl in lis iii.rmst ronJHUin, lll Im ilmtrorid forfTfr ntiip caiMi out of t rhiti ,Vmrrlpfoti ... , v. I l.r.-- ..,,, ...... , ....... Mrc ....n. frn arp cinprd i.t ratarrn. wtilrn Is pmhliiff but Miss tora Smglit'in. ihna Morgan, an laflidnril rrinditliTn tif thi niKisms Hurfacm, Mnr.ir tiiiikt,l 1K1I I. ltt,i Vt.,,.ri llf will - Klr Onp tlundrrd IMIIars for aitj rasa t f fraiiH l' Curp. that motored to Hall's Gap .Sunday attir- - rurnlifiir- ttall'a Calarrb rstsrrhl Kpki rannt br fr rlrcu r V M .1 tuMLH EfcJ -. j.- -- IaAaa nt Jl Qhmaits Drink- (qveryhoJifS jDrmi ffi?' '41 'TaMllsSSH Vh ! Wf3f?!$lm I aassaiiB. iSal jmt tsi Ym oil-fo- &r WWillM "a.fliTsWlliiw -Ii il ?A m n m V&vzkxL-T-u- "i ??-' tmt i ' J CC ? tw 1 yjr and keenly Thirst - quenching ,is-iliu- g igorousiy good delicious. and refreshing. Its- ...... tirar-In- T The national beverage and yours. ?- -, g IHHIIL tars, frn.. 1 Missis Irtne and Jucv Singltlr"i sptnt butiday with Miss lva (hiih.Ii, nr win mnii came down irom Ludlow Ihursda) tri visit the home folk ilk' P. J. riir.vnv & CO, Toledo, 0. fold br Hnil.l. T5e. Take Hall a CamUr rills fur eonitlratlon. Demand the genuine Ly lull encourage substitution. HERE IS WHAT The People' tise What YOU WANT . a ft ji ri r t. wwu Mr mill Mt Mr II H this wtik and Mr Roscoc Wheeldon spun Siindi) with Mr and Mrs llruce hir parous T Culls in. 11.0. Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell m ti ii it -- THE 1 COCA-COL- A COMPANY . i Atlanta, Ga. n raga.y 8 y0 GENEVA lots of siikncss in Graduation uresents at Muellers' tins part of the country. The ptople around here are ver) iewelrv store. busv this prelt wtather gardtiung mis mine liHiiui was tne guest 01 Touring car; FOR SALL Ford hir sister the latttr part of list wetk about 511)0 worth of extras Price $400 Mr William I ason attetided court II C Carpenter, Stanford, Ky. f iMmidav at Stanford FOR RENT. A house and garden on Danville Strtet For further infor nation apply to J. Frank Smith. Stan-fcr-p It NATURE'S K). & Bromlpv. Insure vour orooertv wih Bromlev Stanford. Kv. Tlure his Ittn 33-l- Pi1 Colt Futurity Coca Col; " tn-tt- BILE imm(5-uI 36-4- Disinlectant. p i RiImm that -- , si mt tiuert lh LIVER. Podophllln (Hay AppU Raat) PoOoLax la Padaahtllln with Um (rip takan aut. LuitlfM vurills ar nll4. Bit MatlfctddU ui rimS 4. WKITI" me, telephone me. come and set me about )our house, carrnges in I automobile painting. Paper hanging Shop on West Mam street a snecialt) Telephone in residence. No J. J licldcn. Stanford, K) f 6-- R 29-t- - jei Thti Try n, 1 I OsT tan leather mon-- v purse, fastened bv a draw string, cntamtd Si or $J5 in cash, most in pajtr, in Stanford or along Danville pit e or on the Boslcy lane, Monday, binder will please return to this office an I re2 ceive a reward. 3".'-- THE K- - of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION OF LINCOLN COUNTY WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE $100 00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $5.00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULtY FUR NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky ti i r 11 1 k m .'. 'y;.--mmM- .'jw'srzMr j. u - T(KZaWk r.rv'i.i !;T'vv GIVE YOUR WIFE A BANK ACCOUNT SHE CAN PAY HER BILLS WITH BILLS CHECKS AND KEEP A CHECK ON HER rcnu-ml.ern- liUi'r vin 5fiifjk'it:A BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechanician in.ohtujie ot work of all kinds. Vulcanizing PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE it-pa-ir d 1 Lincoln Garage Co. Phone 203 STANFORD, KENTUCKY W M CHECK ON OUR BANK RECEIPT ISA 1 1 0 C Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. "j "STARVING TO DEATH" Was Mrs. Bell, of Florida, When She Began Taking Peruna my-thin- g. How many times have you lost a receipt? How many If your times, neither debtor r creditor could remember. wife pays all her bills uith CHECKS, she has a RECEIPT for every one of her bills. It saves a lot ot time and trouble tor your wife to pay the household bills that way and we are helping her to keep her accounts straight and to ECONOMIZE. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Make CUR bank YOUR bank State Bdfk W. & Trust 0. ( ompany L. PENNY, Cashier. Capital, $50,000.00. J. ! MeOAItTV, S KICK, Surplus, $1,160. M. H. SALIN, 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. Pro. C. G. PERRY, W.O. SMITH, Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. S. s. J. For Refrigerators. Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 241h The "Dazey" Churn. Mr. W. H. Higgins : $1.30 Round SJ.30 Tri Rajuntl " The Churn I bought from you has the right name. It is the most satisfactory article a housekeeper can own. It churns quickly, gathers the butter nicely. I cheerfully recommend it to all housekeepers. The "Dazey" saves time, labor Very respectfully, and money. Mrs. James Messer. SPECIAL TRAIN Lm JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. t 4 ' j -- IT 3 Ml dUt 89ML ' Li.--' .'& t griM If yra um S0c lo Lice caaaat vbbbbbI a. roivacrca lice KHcr jWC A MMncy Lew? hena cannot lay fM Hflatjr cbicks grow. bM tmto ftffMt rforriorhii ia. ptu . nru IWRiMHi Mil mitli iC rantsnit er Moier Baek ft fisi vif Otrrt4H0rtrnUryBook fur tale by New Stanfonl Drug Co, Stanford, Davis & Son, Stanford. Kentucky. Kentucky. HHJ. it Others Say of In King 2410 ire."-M- ark Field. - lific prize winning sire in Krum. "facts and figures prove an unparalleled -- ?Chr6nicle. greatest sire of the greatest colts of laddbx. ' rRead the Show Records : 1 show stallion at a enty-si- x prize winners in one year. His Ret always in 112 mires last season. three-year-ol- d. dc- - njv fee same as heretofore 5 -- fV If cai farm a vwfte jL. 'A $50 for live colt. few more mares now. rJaHSBk or visit us. Your patronage appreciated. N S.' EDELEN, Owner, r - m. if Qaiwirth Farms, Burgin, Kentucky - PAjj S-- ;! . .. . , frfcJW. L .?i .iA'"! . &? a i.?! - s,V -- .. i i3S 3 Z'J :Xr--fc- l fea t, : :i3c3w IS,,l f. fruits , 'r3 ? :t-- i s J.-'vKr - lai'.i Kv3S3l C n- .M" ! -"; ,! t. jmBir.?-- The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24 hay stallion, 16 hands, foaled iniie in 90 das handling. 2.24. The IS; 1901, bredat Village farm, Wardeld is a truly made horse, of nuioruf tf. x. airca i fiy ware i uc- - grand intiitniuaniy anu urea in nne. ., , . . . . ..r r. -- . scen cnanipionsiiips, niai cnuiie nun io ucconic a sire in nine ! , t at National Horse Shou First dam seeing that he is a son of the great J(anehty Girl by Hex Americiu 232000, race horse and famous progenitor IJare .n.l " .wer.'mhmviimr ear old. record 211 sire of Deil 2lf. The latter earned the title 'KjBl'Kik American Belle, three jcars. record of the "Monarch of the Home Stretch." jj.HirvYr e,it - ana & oiners in jju iisi, n wutie on me tun, ami aiier rcnrcnani: in of Onward 1411 record 2 2a tit the stud acquired imperishable- - reand 17? noun n' a sire Not only hue the c Pn,var" SiKer 2.0a .V1 CHiicrs in iou nsi. unuarii was sircu uarc ijcmis proci i;rcui race Hursts k many hy Geo. Wilkes 1519 2nd dam Duerm? hut the family has furnished wred by Ma'mbrino King 1273. sire of noted show ring winner; as ucll as 'ti) including Lady of the Manor 204 Pare Dexil ami Mamliriijo King, both third damDotlet by Nutwood re being champion show stallions of ocrd 2 18 and sire of 180 in 2.30 list, 4th National fame received more money in -, i - (lam Toiiaz bv Strathmore 408 sire of the show run? than anv two stallions in ,i 90 in 2M list. Fifth dam Willard by the woild v- The Warfield will make the scasor. Albion. ixth Oam Ned by Ldwin For- , wt, 7th Lady Turper by Mambriuo of 1914 at our farm the It It King 'place near Moreland, at $10 to insure .Cbirf 11. -- ;The Warfield is an extra hlch clas a live colt Season becomes due when .. ttersc, not afraid of an) thing, a high marc is sold or parted with, everv pre- as well broken as any horse caution taken but not responsible lor "iSufcad ootiof the stable, has a good accidents should anv occur Ml .and carnage nice head and tail, I Good grass can be furnished at $2 gSpt H a are trotter. He stepped a per month. rk" , i! fS" ' H ... . i- 4. . 'rre 4, tj W ,iorlana a THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT trl."A-tW-iomr-n!a- ' irHi'iOtt. fine, l4t .Pfwit' -- also stand big jack. Jotbcrt at SIO to ears old. IS Tfelbert .is three Lvit "'JSii. : r. smf.-rv:-"fft (we anm weiKiii. iuiwu is nose v.fcyiTcrton ana out " uiumsey, Montgomery's .ffritftsm ift-1vi- .sr on ired by George Tarkington Peyton's dam was Napnleiin jack. Shanks' itnnet sired bv Huff Diulde- ran' jack .Duddcrar'sjack's first dam was main icnnei fireu ny Brignolia. See lojbert before breeding J our mule mares. jcinet C. M. BACK fc SONS, MORELAND, KENTUCKY FOR SALIv-J- P batai T mWm IMV ! oihy hav J. X llammomli. Nw Jfi-- r illr, Kv. seed corn, known VOti SALI-AOo- d as, Keld Yellow Dent. It is an early corn, vigorous plant and yield fine $1 50 per bushel, at F Keid's farm. J7-- J FOR SALE. Limited quantity of pure dcrmaii millet seed $l.5 tier bushel, llcware of western seed. Very few dealers hac southern Gtrmaii Millet. 30-- 8 Jas. U. Shelby, Danville, Ky -bHtld horse, but a FOK SAI.Ii-- A siwr horse, worker; alsrfjfanothcr giil sound and in good shape; a cane null complete and a dozen nice shoats J no. Carter. Hair dap, 1. O W.incs. 39 2, I.urg. It D 1. K)K b VLI Splendid small farm. I 01 acres miles Irom l.ancastir. K), in Lancaster school district For particulars address Fisher Herring l F I) No. 2. Crab Orchard, or Sam L 37 8 ('rand. Waco. Teas. IO Till- - FUtMl.Kb. We arc in the n firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, of bpriiiKiicld. Term, and will pa) highest prices for same Wc want )our trade bee us before )ou sell J D had & Son. Alfred, Stanford, hy. M ItSIA Ul'l L Mastcrman Kcad H12"0. sire King's drand, dam, I'cdros l.incoiu Maid This bull comes from a long line of cvccptmnall) fine milkers. Will make tin season one mile cast of Stanford on the Goshen pike at Mnuej due at the gate J Ows-!-- x $2.50 36-New land. Stanford. It D 4 IVir.:, ().,.,. I'r.itvn , of ri.a-an- t bought of Ins brother, a nice )oung mare for $100 Itichard Austin, of near denca. sold to F M Ware, of McKinncj, a bunch Miss Jessie Nave was the guest of of bogs for scmii and a hall cmts per her uncle I cwis Nate and fanul) pound lioiignt a cow imm l'.erett Keep Bowel Movement Regular C Gillilaud for S45. llotli parties arc Dr King's ??cv Life I'lbs keep stom farmers of the Pleasant , prominent .ich, liter and kidne)s lit healthy con Point section Wm llright S. Sons sold last week! dition It ul the body of poisons and Hojlc counts, nine, Imnrotc tour complexion by waste to Itichard Cobb, of sattlc at flushing the lite and kidney '1 got' head of more relief from one tax of Dr King per hundred. ND GOOD TOR THE EYES ONLY Now Life Pills than am medicine 1 I Sheriff It 7. Moss, of Jesasmme WKAK, ifrKiMi.n. KTRiixr.n, black eter tried, sats C F Hatfield, of court), sold his fhc-- j ear-ol- d TIKKD, IIIKT. 1MI1MM.M.U OK Ch'cago, III 25.c at tour druggist saddle horse on Saturday last, to parDIHEAWD Kl IS nrr mirrly ronil lies at (ireensboro, N. C, for $250 alronB, clrnr, hrnlllir anil rnold, a local stock dealer, KC blight by Um srrnllx riirntls TO THE PUBLIC the Ixntghr of W F Shoimakcr.of ol KAOI.K KVIl NILU One 23c. lubti wurka nuilrn. Hanging I'ork section, two cows and 1 represent the largest and best a steer for ?113- - a calf of F. 11 Deuclothing house in this couti-tr- ) of the Scott ba n for $25 ami four hogs Ld V Price X. Co, Chicago, 111, Mr and Mrs Charles licmW is llros. for $2250 My experience in measuring and diof Mt Sterling, itcll near Moreland Sundat J dano Johnson, recting the making of )our clothes, Misses I'dna and litira dilliland gncs mc the adtantage oter one who sold last week lo M Ahlej, dlcns, N Y.. his famous saddle stallion were with friends in Dantille Fnda) is .not a practical tailor If ton balls. will (ir.ldui King for $10,000 Golden King and baturday gitc mc join order 1 will promise )ou Mrs Itot Westerfiild. of Rowland, a smiarc deal You will get the worth is ten ytars old and is noted as a show Mr. Ashlex nas has been tisitmg her parents and other of tour moiiev, cither in the cheaper horse and stallion k relatives here. turn bitjing man) mares through grades or the liighcr priced My spring for the purpose of raising horses line of samples are row ready for )our New at his Adirondack Farm for the Call and let me show ou inspection t markit and he purchased GoldH C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. King for service in the stud The en horse will be shipped to Mr Aside) ' Masons' Meeting farm this week. Then stop It I Stop It now I You Lincoln l.nl( Nn 00 P. a A St. rants In Silas Moss, of Garrard, has sold to Ultd commnnirstlon nn rich fint anl third can do it with Ayer's Hair 1gor. d Hamilton fifteen acres of Jas M l 7 n'rlark U KKhlf o( r.ih month uoes not color ttic hair, land on the old Damille pike Ihrlr lull on Msln ttirrr. HunlorL Kjr Xlr.n J (liritOo., Ask Your Doctor. iniirl about two mile from Lancaster for bri ol lur loiSzrtW Ir.lrrn.llr I). Hw'i lo l Iwp Miu I UK LAN J pTttat $142.50 per acre Tis land is a part of lo the Owsli) farm and is beautifull) cated for a surhurhan home. William l'oson taught of Center llros.. & Hamilton thirty acres of land at $105 $4 00 eggs After May I5th our price on eggs will be reduced one-haper acre. This land was recently per fifteen. $2.00 eggs for $1 per fifteen Pulltts hatcbtd m June lor at the sale of the Hurt estate, and $200 la) at lid) six months and continue to do so all spring and adioms the farm of Mr lto)ston llus is a real late spring and we shall lontimu tu t eggs during the Fairuew church in Garrard nci coming tear June is not late for Two hundred and twenty-fi- t c beef next two months to upply the demand the of Now- is the time for hatching more on account our cattle feeder- - of the State and others ton to getany start of our famousof changing winners season " a strain of interest. d in bief production, attended A. C COFFEY, McKinney, Ky. LINCOLN FARMS, the inciting at the Kentuck) Experimental Station, at Lexington, Monda), for the purpose of inspecting the steers nine hhad been fed on experiment during the winter and spring. The two When )ou invest )our money in my white Plymouth Itock F.ggs. )ou hate lot sold were bought ht Jones ami Simade a profitable intcstment Wi will get birds that art thoroughbred and t, mon Weil for the h" 15. Martin as white as snow. I guarantee to please )ou Send iji )our order now. of Philadelphia, at $840 a hun Price $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will gitc a discount on 100 egg lots rind, the bidding hating started at $S. Hate a few cockerels at $1 each. L. W. Cundiff, Libert), Ky. the other two lots will be finished on bluegrass. one having bt.cn fed corn silage which was left out of the otlkr Hill's S. C. R. I. Reds and S. C. White Orpingtons. ration Have won first prizes at Louistille. (State Fair)' Hopkinstille. Richmond My birds arc not only prize winners, but Dantille and Stanford, in 1913 SHELBY CITY Mr. and Mrs. Gioter Hester, of great egg machines. Ten pens mated, eggs at reasonable prices. Write for for Stanford, were tisitmg Mr. and Mrs mating list and show record. Also Finn Indian Runner ducks egg sale. Red cockerels for sale at $2 to S5 each. A. C Hill. Stanford. Kentucky. P. F Kenned) Miss Grace Martin of Milbdgetille has bein tisitmg Misses Iluelah and iuia Sprinkles, also her sister. Mrs rcli Sprinkles. $j per setting of 15 Fawn and White Indian Runner Duck eggs, $1.00 Mi's Fffie Steele has returned home per 15. Mrs. S. . Embry, Stanford, Ky. from liratcl .Switch. Mr, and Mr T)ler Messer were tisiting her mother. Mrs". Adams Little Catherine Hester has been tiscolitmg her grandparents, Mr and Mrs llred upon best foundation stock for )ear for egg production. t)pe and but Not high priced, or Egg fertile, chicks strong F.ggs for hatching Yin Sprinkles Mrs Hthel Lciuh and nrtttt little will produce what you want. Write. daughter, Ittbecca and Miss Rub) J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINC OLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. loombs. of .McKinncr. were tisitim; friends here Miss Carrie Sprinkles, of Stanford, tisited rrlatites at this place last week-MrStanford, Ky., May t, 1914. G Gillialnd was visiting Mrs BROMLEY & BROMLEY, F Hiirke Stanford, Ky. Misses Luna and Jalie Drown were tisitmg Misses lleulah and Anna Gentlemen: Your check in full payment of my claim for sickness Sprinkles and attended church at filed with you a few days ago received, for which accept my thank:. Moreland Saturday and Sunday. The settlement was promptly and satisfactorily made direct with you, and I did not have to wait on the payment as is usually the case with Accident and Health policies. If I can speak a good word for you any time I shall be glad to do so, as every one should have one of your good policies. It is the best I hate Iloone County White Very truly yours, I evr saw. and Red cob corn from the crops j. H. BUSTLE of 1912 also Rcid's Yellow Dent crop of 19IJ which hai been care, "fully hand picked as well as all .other 'farm seeds tt rite for jam-pie- s 2VM and price, ' r T j TT Can be ordered from Mr.. Bright or 'Mr; Urin . VS iiLl5C3hL A lUVKNt t r'.jr,imimmsVsailTIHV nri looacco warenouse o., at uanville, Ky. i k? "L ' 1 Parties who wish to use our fertilizer had better order it from them now so we can keep a supply on hand for them when they need it. This fertilizer was made especially for Burley tobacco by the advice of the State Department and has the endorsement of every one who used it ''- ZJ?1 " . . : . " 1 - ll 'S . well-know- last year. ifl K ,.- - r ' 5 Silas Shelburne, Lexington SBSSSBBBBBBSSBaSSlBBSBBSBBBBBSSBBSSSSSSSBSBnBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaSISas a l'e d j t ri f.J EAgleeyesalVE EYES-An, av'siiiivw. rSslaiH'caLaW. xV HliLvaLLLHik.i.iajlflRM pro-pertl- made-tn-ord- rr 'SlftILSKmmwhf ' MsjtsssllllBssiiMBsslW sBHHBBBBVr7HaBv&(MBBBBBBLjL HaWallT j Ken-tuc- Hair Falling? i. 1 unim-proe- rlr Eggs at Half Price. Carroll Preston 4383 Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white; eight years old; 16 hands SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington 34, by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmatk 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam. Lady Pence by Forest (2863); 3d dam, Daughter of Garrard Clucl,(2253) 4th dam daughter Borie's Gray Eagle. J TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 1 have facilities for caring for mates sent to me from a distance and will iurnish good grass and the best of personal attention. In all cases a lien will be retained on foal for sertLc fee, according to law. Fees become immediately due and Insurance is forfeited if rr.ires are removed ftom state or bred in another horse Care taken tu present accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection of all ciy hortrs and will guarantee satlsfac tion In all my dealings. He will stand at Nunnellcy's Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. nt lf pur-shns- X'. . - White Plymouth Rock Eggs. Corn-pan- W. O. WALKER "- m i ""' S sssssssssssss.. i'sm...l.ss.ssss.ssa; S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. S. C. i W .saBBBBBBBBasllilssBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Buff Orpingtons it s bbbbbw BBBBBBt1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbm BBBBM bbbbV BBBft ybbbbbSH bbbbbbI bbbV SEED CORN! VffittlmmmBlam !;ymiipmmmmmmmmmw tajgajqamamamamammmfy 1914 SEASON 1914 v t J O Stti'.-,- 3 PHONE 68-- HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE, W. BUSH, NELSON, Lexington, Ky. All Peavine 4092 Sire Rex Pavine 1796 ' Dam Lucy Wells 6404 Champion Sire of the World. Go to the records, don't take any body's word. His produce have won more prises and have sold for better prices than any stallion ia Kentucky Why not breed into the family that has produced the champions of the world for the last decade, such as Edna May, Hazel Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana of the Lea, Rexall Punce, Jaqutliaa, JacqulUe. Jaque, Princess Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many others. This is unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavine and ter that the colts of Mrs. Lowndes, she has sold for the unprecedented remtm. prices of $3,000 and $1,500 are out of a mare by Rex Paavia. Draw yoar own conclusion, and breed to a horse of the most popular bloodlines at a living price? KT i -- & J- top that waste 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 fer- f tilizer you are getting poorer every f year. If your fields and barn yard are I littered with stalks and jour grounu is grow Inglcsa lertile season alter fteosoti younecuuu iv7aMsjnaapLiaaKiMipBLi TPHE, stalks and husks from your New Goods Display DRUGGETS, NEW MATTINGS, RUGS, SHADES, WINDOW WALL PAPER AND EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE HOME COZY AND ATTRACTIVE. COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING. G. B. PRUITT. t f f wmzA SssETl" - '11 Vi rwn F& will convert all your corn from the ground level to the tassels, into fresh, sue culent feed and It will keep your cattle lu prime condition all year round. Best of all it will pay for itself out of what it saves for you ia a single season. There will be another winter before long, with high priced feed and bard work ia scro weather. Why not get ready for it by erecting an Indian Silo before next harvest Usm. We're got a mlffctr food protxwIUati to right uuacum. Ci n a chads loUUjrouaUiutlt. m It o-r- -a . Moreland. Kv. L. Dr . ttenry Casey Yeterinaiy Surgeon DANVILLE, KY OFFICE NEXT LOOAN'S RTABl m Gills AMtwsfwl Prtwaly lay tr NIckT The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the farm close to town. The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for it. The car that is sold in larger numbers than anv car in the world. There is a reason for it. Be wise and profit by others' experience. When you want a car, buy a Ford. McCARTY Fee $40.00 1 limre Liritf Ch-- as KENTUCKY a Gstd Oat R. S. SCUDDER, McKlNNEY, u. Don't Fail To Get Your Share of th .&! i W. P. KINCAID, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dr.MuieNk.V.S.U. Office Phone 194; Residence 204 KENTUCKY :: STANFORD, Agouti for Lincoln and Casey CountUs. ANDERSON, ft BARGAINS SATURDAY AT Veterinary Surgeon and Dentitt LL SANDERS, . 3sw Crab J- .'T "' i fc - -- V .