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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v ?"w T , i This Paper Stop WhM Year Ttan Ii nj-tat Data 0 Lakes m4 Renew Yonr Safctcriattoa PresapUs, I Mil If to Mm MWHVy H,rMW BC IB Wf kM 0 - wmrm Mf AKMMID VMMM.MIAKEMAN NO. 40. The Jntekior Journal tit i - m m r STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1914. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS COLLAPSED LMCt TRAIN ED WALTON Popular TO WED AGAIN KILLED BY LIOKTNINO Sudden to Thomas Taakerstcy Meets Death Near Preacaerivllle MRS BAUGHMAN PRESIDENT OPPOSITION HAS MTH LEIt UNtCR few V " was thrown under Hie witccis oi a fiejulit train, from the ton of the cars. 'Sunday inonilnii, and dicil jhortly afftr IIWII tltilll ills) ll.fllil liijlljlcs sseitcJ. tt tram No tit., onthiwiinn, nan of stupptd! Rowland, one mile eastwas ejjftvjuoril, for water, and McCord - 3K top of a freight car walking along Suddenly the engineer started tht tram jq moving forward. McCord wad taking u step between one car and another when the hump of Marling came, and lost his balance, falling feet first be. he iwien hc tw etr Frantically 1ml soilghl to catch and save himself, vvas unable to do so, and was hurled sprawling across mic rail, and the steel wheels passed over hit thighs. Other trainmen heard liu tcream of agony and anguish as he fill and as Vie rails passed over Ins quivering body and the tram wa qjickly stopped and nckly brought to the injured boy Stanford and hurried to a physician's office, there it was seen that there was no chance to sae hit limbs and hut tittle to save his life I vcr tinny inissi-hl- e dune for him he was then wa taken to the CamphcH House and made as comfortable as possible, hut it was seen that his death was put a matter ot a short time He was conscious, and bravely born the extreme sintering He asked for Kcv I) M Walker tOf come and pray for him, and the minister came at once from Sunday school to his bedside McCord was only 22 years of age and was the sou of Mr Mar McCord, a widow of Shelby lit) Besides his mother, he is survived by two brothers. Hut;)) McCord,. who' is an maimer on the H. &.O. railroad and Al McCnrd. yind tito sNters Mis Agnes McConl rinj another sister, at North Middle-tow- n (' where his molbrr Ins birn visiting llic voting man was hkeil by all who knew him and many friends are grieved at his untune)) taking off. He was muted after f mural services at the home in Shelby City. Fr-it'l- great deal of Interest was created lure this weik by ttie antioiinrciiient in several celved aLsWPMNl Saturday acrs of tlic forthcoming weildmc rtf I. C. W.iltntt. of Orlando. Florida, ami Xliss Maud Marcum, of Dive McConl, a. soting brakemati on Catlettslitirir. Kv. Mr Walton was. for the I. l N hail lxtli legs em off about years the editor of the Interior Jour six. inches alxnr the knee, when lie Rertrt M'Cattl, o( Shelby City, Dies as Former Stanford Editor Marry Catleltsburg Girl laBBBBBHillPl?jrrf '?' iHBtlSXXiaBVBBB-tB-B-BtfBLllSla-BV .aV" ' Lincoln Lady Highly Honored at W. Lexington Paper Says Beckham Hat C T. U. Convention in Harrodsburg Fight Won For U. S Senator (Sunday's Lexington Leader) . One of the most significant developments in the trend of political affairs in Kentucky in the last wcik, has been the almost utter co..apsc of the opposition to Governor Beckham in his fight for the Democratic nomination for " United States Senator Tlui development has been ovcrshad-- " owed bv the announcement of BraiPrv that he would not be a candidate for the Republican nomination, but Ins announcement has been too recent for any ossib1e forecast of the relative strength of the candidates who may now announce their candidacy for the Republican nomination Tin nomination of Governor Beckham is assured by the complete failure ot the friends of Governor XlcCreary to accomplish two necessary strategic movis The first move vvas to enlist tiie "courthouse crowd" in the various counties of thcstatc under the banner The second was to use these groups of busy jHiliticians to develop senium m for McCrearv, as the most available candidate in November. Tin first move was more or less successful In many counties, where there appeared to he a popular sentiment for Stanley or ileckham, the county officials with their organization talked learnedly ol the de fiction which would follow the n limitation of either of those candidates, and that "good old Mac" vvas the only man who could unite the party in November, The second move to bring the jiopu-lsupport around from Stanley and Bickhatn to XlcCreary vvas less easy to accomplish The Leader stated some weeks ago that the crest of Stanley's jiopularity was reached at Mt. Sterling. He has made little if any headway since. The work of the organization, therefore, was to win over the Beckham supporters to XlcCreary This task, begun in highest confidence, has now practically collapsed and in more than one county the trend has become almost a stampede to the Beckham band wagon. The Fayette county situation is illustrative of this. In spite of the ardent and admiring support of the Old Guard, which has confidently asserted that Beckham and his policies have never been popular in Fayette, the Beckham alignment in this county is growing stronger every day. One of Lexington's most astute politicians slid last night to a party of seven local Democrats, that the most disappointed man over the result of the Fayette county primary would be Governor XlcCreary. The same Democrat made the statement, which he offend to support by a deposit of cash collateral against successful contradiction, that Beckham would carry not only all the counties the Seventh district, but 70 out of in the 120 counties in the State in the primary. And each of the seven democrats in the group agreed with him. A prominent Bourbon county official and Democratic leader was in Lexington yestcrdav with the news that deliberate old Bourbon county lias at last made up its mind. It will be for Beck- hii.i and the courthouse crowd nas-- , thrown up its bands. a Louisville man who vvas in Lexington yesterday, made the positive statement, which has been printed several times fur what it is worth, that the liquor interests will not spend any momy to oppose the nomination of Beckham. Coupled with this was the statement that Louisville has complete, ly overcome its former prejudices, and is ready to give Beckham united sup-loiy ar rt. ljiBU(uMaJuriei Re- - nal, and lias a host ol mauls tu tins nart of the state, who will wish him every happiness. and Ins bridc-to-h- c Sc.cra! local people knoa Mi- - Mar-cuand declare that she will mike an iibnllable liclimri ot every way tor the splendid gentleman who has won her Die Harrodshiira Herald said of Miss .Mar mm ik the announcement the diuehter of Caut T I). Marcum. and it a lovclv young lady of an un usually charming personality She has a hot of friends here, whtrc she has friniiently been the guest of Mrs Hush W Allm and Mrs Warren Mliu. and many good wishes will be extend ed to her Mr Walton is a splendid gintlcinau who stands high m the newspaper fratermtv lie was our ot the best known and most opular cdl. tors in Kentucky and was a loss to the profession in the state when be moved to Morula several years ago, where he became iditor and owner of the Mcport-cr-Stat Orlando. The wedding will take place in June 1 ar COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Of S. II. S. Bexlnt Next Sunday With Baccalaureate Sermon Next week will be Commenceitunt week at the StanfonHligh School ami 1 five days' program of exercises has There are seven gradbeen arrangid uates who have finished their course and wit receive diplomas They are Misses Lffic liaus'bmaii. Josephine Carpenter. Uliibetli Matheny, Marion Crimes Messrs Itoberl Carter, Spalding Hill and Win Grimes Tin Commencement program starts next Smithy evening. May 24. with the Uaccalaurcatc ftrmon to tlir graduates, delivered at the Christian church by On Monday evening May. 25. the ftach Club will give its annual recital in the opera house The club mcrnlters will lie assisted !v Mrs II ; violinist, and Misn Catherine Gregory, vocalist, from the class of Madam Dot-l- i. of the College of Music. Cincinnati On Tuesday morning the Class Day rvcrcie will Ic held bv the Senior class at the opera hfnue. On Wednesday evening, the formal Commencement exercises will he held at the oiirra house, for the address to the graduate and presentation of diplomas The Music Dcpartmtnt of the school will give its annual ricital on Thurs day evening at the opera house, consisting of loth piano and violin numbers 1 he local school it closing one of Snpt. Wilits most successful year son has done gotnl work and much interest is beimr taken by the friends and relatives of the pupils in the graduating exercises and large attendances at each event are cxpevted Kcv UM Walker trit FIRST TEAM LOSES; KIDS WIN High School Beaten at London, But Youngsters Play Well I'rcachcriville, May 19 Last Tuesday afternoon during an Tankersly, electrical Storm, Thomas aged altout ,M), was killed by lightning struck a hickory tree under which which he had taken shelter He was at work on the farm of Sweeney Morgan of Sweeney. Inc accident accurrcdaliout two miles north ot tins place. Jankers-l- y was working for Jack Roberts a tin ant on the Moruan farm 1WcjmI had only began work the day before. The play, "The Ladies' Masonic Lodge." will be given here at the Masonic Hall by local ladies Saturday evening hi ginning at 8 o'clock. The lodge is orgamicd niter the ladies hear tin ir husbands talking in their ship This Is a mighty funny play and you miss a treat by not being present Those who know say It is the height of humor The "cast" oi characters arc. "Angel Cake, M.islir. Sister dossip, S W Sister liusyliody, Jr., W, Sistir Backbite, Jr I).. Sister Royal Pincushion, S D Si Ur Blucblood. Member. Sister Thankful, Tyler, Sislcr Royal I'cckaboo, Sec retarv, S.iiiiIkj, Newsboy, Mrs Padlock and Airs Specac, two candidates who take 1st, 2ml and Jrd degrees of Blue Lodge No, 1, of I. & A. M Admission? adults, 25c children under 12, 15c. Pro cceds tir go to our Consolidated school Mr. I) M Anderson had the tmsfoi. tunc to run oft an embankment four fict m blight with his nice new aftcrnoin The machine sus taiurtl a bent axle and minor injuries. Hie occupants escaped without injury The accident occurred m sight of home The aged Mrs Silas Anderson has been fiule sick at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M !' Lawrence Mr W P White went to Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon. The suhtcriptioit school taught by Prof. Cyrus Johnson will end Friday Miss Mary Pettus, who has finislud a school jt Worley. Ky , has returned home Mr J J Thompson, who Ins been ipute sick, ts much letter Miss Jean McKcchuic is troubled with poiMui oak in her eye. Miss Pana Thompson, of Crab Or chard, visitid the Misses Mc Mister on brake's Creik. and attended church at '" l.jcr. Misses Jinnie Ray and Lucile Thompson visited Mrs Havdm Lei veil at Lancaster and attended the auto-Saturd- IPpMHMwVBafJBpPB" -r i JBBaaBurS TB aBaBB" aaaBVBJH ItSBBWfataBBBaTaTaBBBBBBBBBBaV'l'' ifiitro4E-.raaBa"B"BVJ0BB- '0 ' " Mrs J K Baughinaii, of Hustonville, was honored with the presidency of the District W. C T U at the convention held at Harrodsburg last week. Tkc Harrodshurg Leader said of the convention The opening session of the W. C. T L' Convention at the opera house on Wednesday evening was much injoyid l e large by crowd present The stage was riractivcly decorated with flow, Forest ers ii' the stason Mrs. XI Murihy teacher of expression in the Hull School, presided Aftir the mvoeation by Rev R N. Simpson, a chorus of thirty boys, winch showed excellent training sang, "Kentucky's Going Dry" Master Ravmoml Bond, arrayed in i nns suit, delivered the address of welcome which was received with much appiatt-- c mi frs5yV)Cfc., $' IJ'SsMtaf- MWjt sBBawVL't ."jfjJTSyif!?-1- . &v tktzSpk :l 0m TIS .' -L RIIHMBIvsmm j ks j1 " ilHI 1'bbbVUbL-'lak BaraBBa09aBah BBBBBBL. . BaraV III iMs$wiS -- "fill "sl " af jj"" i XSBBarZuT l'i t..7t V 1 ai ijw ;iV A ntifcaW i TTiBBifc , treet fair s k JtmK Zm! waawiiMfcaMMaWattMamaK .mr-&- if Rfr L Kennedy have aliotit recovered from measles Miss Mavme Holtrclaw visited Mrs T W Nay lor and with a Hustonville batter)- - Hall Mr John M Carpenter, who spent and Xlyers working, were defeated 9 the winter at his Florida ranch, is to 2 by the Sue Bennett Memorial team here the guest of Ins brother, Mr. S which Stanford beat here last week. having for his Lcphew, btauford'fc reKular twirlcr, 0 Carpi liter, home at Reil Rock Okla. the lo the latter part of went into Hutcluns is about well of Little the game and held the mountain ho)s measles corclcss the rest of the Kamc. The d chicken exhibited bv The Stanford kid team went to Milirft-Klmore and sons has passed Saturda), however, and won a in its checks feature Kamc. b) the score of 12 to 4 Miss Wadie May Thompson is quite of the uaine was the home run made Heath Severance in the seventh insick of ineaslit. by he struck out with three There were services at the Baptist ning, when clitinh Sunday and at night men on bates Lnder the rule, he was automatical!) nut with first base occuMr and Mrs Logan Thompson and family visited Mr Win. and Mrs pied, but the miis did not appear to Mayo Leaves all to Hit Wife Sprinkles at Shelby Citv know the rules, M Severance cleaned T lie catch-e- i Mrs Ona Navlor anil Mis Win Dye-I- h up the bases on a strikeout A dUiutch from I'auitville says that use visited Sirs William Sluw at muffed the third strike and thin iilH.il John 11. Buckingham, business a- C rah Orchard. threw the ball over the first baseman's soeiate, will fall the principal burden Prof Lovill and Mr and Mrs Oscar hiad, the first sacker n com red it but it directing the work ol dcvelopmint Holtdaw, of Crab Orchard attinded threw it away to centcrficld trying to legun in the L astern Kentucky mounchurch here Siindiv Meanwhile the Stan- tains by John C C Mayo. head the runner Mrs 11. G Cummins has been mdis- ford lad were scurrying around the Although Mr Mayn't will has not aek and the renterfuldrr tried to been made public, hcvcral facts seem pusid C Lummins at- Atr and Mrs head them off at the plate, but threw it to be well understood regarding it. a mile ovet the catcher's bead, and to One is that it is very short, taking up tindid the street fair at Lancaster on cap the climax the ball went into a but one sheet of leual cap. The en Saturday afternoon .vtcssrs, Johnson and tluthcincs de Miiklmic and four runs crnca tne pan tire istatc lias heeit letl to .Mrs. .Mayo Resolved "That WomItcinhart, pitching for Stanford, show-- d without liotjd and lated subject Mr Buckingham en some big league stuff, the Wot Knd Mrs. Mayo nave bicu named as ex. MenShall Have llmial Suffrage With " Judge handed in their dicisioiis tn lads failing to get a hit of I him, vvhilr eeiitors It is thought tint the will not he stnick out an even dozm litis lad throw am light on the size of the favor ot the affirmative sneaker Prof. is a comer iiu '1 he score of the estate This is estimated at four to Johnson, large crowd attinded tne game was as follows five millions, actual selling value, but meeting ot the School Improvement with 'i ixiteiitial value far greater. One League uud :i nice program was rcn-All II Ii A ed Martin c 0 I 0 0 0 of Mr Maya's intimate friends stated .. Kcinliart p .0 1 3 J 0 Friday that by simply nursing it with- GO POLITICAL AFTER SCALPS out additional land deals the estate will .. llaulmuu In few v ears increase many millions 5 2 2 4 U in II. Severance ss Of Officials Responsible for Glenn Law, The life insurance carried by Mr I.d Hradv 2b SevSay Insurance Agents 4 (I (I (I 0 Mavor will not exceed $275,000 lv llauglimaii .11 eral scars ago when Mr Mayo was Lynn Pence cf J 0 II 0 1 I f4(J,0i he told a friend that 1 D Wtaren. of Stanford, and N. K 4 0 2 carrying Camctmch If .... Craig rt 4 0 1 0 II he thought it excessive, and would Tunis, of Danville, were among the indroit some of it.. surance agents m this part of the state 11 77 8 4? iding air Buckingham hi carrying who attended the session of the KenTOTAl out Mr Mavo's olicies of developtucky State Association, of laical Fire last All II K A T. ment will be Congressman C B Slemp Insurance Agents, at Louisville, Hl'STONVII.U vvitji week, when consideration was had of 3 of Virginia, intimately engaged .,5 0 Kuell c e law which his stirred ReidpS. II 50 0 Mr Mayo m the dcvelopmint ot the the lields of the Kentucky rivup such a rumpus in the state "Lets Rifle p 4 0 0 2 2 North lb er 21 go after the political scalps of State H Riffc 400 officials rcsHnsiblc for this insurance 40122 Simosou ss Marvelous Pictures Coming Here I muddle," was the overwhelming sinti-miW. Nave Jh J0 voiced more than once at meetNotvc If 4 Paul J Ranev's African Hunt i 20001 Tucker rf showing wild animals at large m ing. To the Committee on Resolutions was 40000 lvvaiu cf their native haunts, showing the mereferred a proposal looking to the crethods of hunting, trapping and capturation of a commission comioscd of . 35 "o 1 8 73 ing come to the Onera House on SatTOTAl S . . business men, insurance company Summary Home runs, Heath Sever producTliu in day, Mav 2J and State officials, whose ance-- Struck out bv Reid, J; by Riffc. tion gives you close up views of hun bv Kcinhart. 12, Base on balls off dred ?. of wild animals coining to the duty would be to formulate new laws to take the place on the statute books Reid S: of Riffe 4. off Kcinhart, I; place where they git water, shows them L moire olm Reid McKinney. futhtmi! over the water hole. lion, and now occupied by the Glenn Grien and The Stanford first tram will play two leopards held al bay by packs of hunt- Zorn acts With these objectionable laws in efmore t(ines before school is out. On ing dogs It hat created a scn.iaf.on fect, it was said, na company withWednesday the 20th the local boys will wherever shown the identical meet the rlustouville first Ham on the production was shown at the Ben drawing would ritiim to do business in Kuitucky groiiMls here On Friday the 23. they Ml Ihcatre, Lexington, at 50c admis Xttntion was called to the fact that will mat the strong team of the drif sion Also at tiie Walnut St theatre, boys, of Danville at the same grounds. Louisville. It drew l.irtie crowds and it insurance is being secured in Kentucky through brokers, who represent "wildIlotli of these teams have recently de- is Uxikid in Louisville for a return mutuals ' feated the Stanford li) and two good the last week in this month cat" and "little lohn The admission price at the Opera House 1870 J Barrett said that Kentucky in fast games are promised. had legiidattd against such busiis only iu ana m unts. ness. Woodson Quits Stanley John K. Ankenbaur. manager of the Washington May 18 Urey WoodNewman Candidate for Governor File Underwriters' Club of Cincinnati son i here with bliHid in his eyes for "1 am a candidate for Governor oil who was there to represent the national Congressman Stanley as the icsult of the Democratic ticket no matter who agents, said that Kentucky companies Stinky recommendation of li. J, had secured such insurance with Cin rim Howell for iostmater at Owinslxiro runs or docsn t way the more the cinuati brokers, and iu six cases that is the e.ommissioner ol by Stanley Woodson's W. nierrur, bad ionic to Ins notice but two of the V, Newman, ol VerJ Alexander, was mentioned ofr the Agriculture John ''1 stood at the foot companies selling fire insurance were place at first but Stanley failed to sailles, nuts it 1 He said insurance am at all reputable. agree to him. (i. A, Jctt was then of the class the last time, and Ken- might come out all right, but did not agreed on, but Stanley telegraphed his going up head 1 he farmers of of their retard it as the kind of iudemmtv most recomiiHildation of Howell, who is tucky havu never had one office at of the insured would want inactically unknown. It is believed that number in the 1 Governor's am going to break and Woodson will go atfer Stanley in the Frankfort,he added. Despite the fact Auto Destroyed By Fire Senatorial race. Woodson has for the ice," that he has the race all to himself now, years hem one of Stanley's strongest The auto owiiid by W R Xlycrs & Coumiissiom r Newman is going about Son, of Mouticello, supporters. proprietors of the it just the same as if he had opposit Campbillsville & Columbia Automobile tion, and is overlooking no opportunity Line, was destroyed by fire on the Arthur Lee Cutter and Miss Lula Ills Louisville femes Wooldridge, prominent young people to strengthen pike In I. vein Lebanon and Campbells, villi- - last week, and Harlan Shaw, the of Liberty, Casey county, wtut tn Dan. Times. they were married.. The vllle, where chauffeur was badly burned. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS wedding came at a surprise, H. D. Carter, Admr of J. M. Carter, Sr When the baby takes too much food Lincoln Circuit Court the stomach turns, the result is fcheueuttim Quick Cured Vk sourness and vomiting Fre"My titter's husband had an attack Annie Carter and others, Dcfts. Pursuant to an order made in the quently the bowels are involved and of rheumatism in his arm," writes a well known resident of Newton, Iowa. above styled cause all persons hawng there is colic pains and diarrhoea. BABY F.LIXIR is a grand "I eave him a bottle of Chamberlain's claims against the estate of J M. Carremedy for the stomach and Lrnimtmt which he auulied to his arm ter Sr., are hereby notified to file the bowels disorders of babies. It is pure, ami on the next morning the rlicuma- - saun with K. D. Pennington, CommisMay 2Jrd. 1914. wholesome and pleasant to take. Price ttsw was none. for chronic muscular sioner, on or before rksumatitm vou will find noihlmr bet I properly proven as required by law. 25c and SO ner bottle. Sold hv .SIltmars I Drug Store, Stanford, Lyn Bros., Crab Ur Skui rkmLuUln'i T.bilmaii Sold i This Anril 2kh. 1914 M C. NF.WLAND, C.L.CC. ky 44 irMUrt. orchard. The fir.t Stanford High School team went to London Saturday afternoon e tc four-legger The children of Mr and Mrs John rhoto copyright. 1H. by American Press Association. Raising Old Glory In Vera Cruz Is shown Terminal, which Is 11 the actual raising of tbe stars and stripes over the Ilotel tbe headquarters of the United Btatcs government In Vera Cruz. The occasion of the raising of tbe flag was marked by cheers and to playing of military bands. be contestants for the medal offerwere, ed for the lust declamation Miast.'s Agues Wiiairn and Rebecca f ackcy and Messrs Carroll Clovd, J no Sallci and laikson Xlorris So excellent wire tliey all that the judges, three of the visiting delegates, found it hard to scleet anv one as the best, but finallv awarded the honor to Mr Jack-so- 'i Xljrri. Professor Pralher m a viry clever little spiech delivered the medal. I he singing of Xlises Lcttic Bnnta, Xt.iry Helen Van rsdall. Cora Wilder and Messrs. Robert Graham, Burnett Mderson, Janus Williams and C'irroil Johnson was highly appreciated, as was Master Robert Wbalcn's rendition of "Jeremiah and His Pa." Wednesday's session was held in the t hristian church and were presided ov-- ir by Mrs. James K Uatighman. of Hustonville, district president. Mri. J XI Dalton made the address of welcome which was responded to by Mrs. Smith Vow ell, of Danville. The day sessions were largely taken up with reports of the past year's work and plans for future work, election of officers and other business of vital interest to tbe cause. The following ofAirs James K ficers were elected BauRhtnan, Hustonville, president, XIrs fltltcl D. Pearson, Wilmore, vice president, Mrs Lipns, Danville, recording secretary, Xtrs. I. C James, corresponding secretary ; Mrs. Sarah Corrmgton, Niebolasville, treasurer. A large and appreciative audience attended the evening service to hear the address of the State President, XIrs Frames E. Beauchamp, who was at her best. The ladies of the local union served a beautiful lunch at the noon hour in the basement of tbe church. The next convention will be held in Danville. 1 51 i ' II ? Robert Collier Dies In Danville S1Nink 1 di ....41221 ,,52021 i pro-bab- lv ,.... i 10 12 Huerta Willing to Step Down Washington, May 19. General Huerta has authorised the Mexican mediation delegates to submit his resignation in case such a course is found neces ar to a settlement in peace negotia- lions This was staled positively in dispatches today from a thoroughly comMexico petent diplomatic sourie in Ltiy, to one of the foreign representaintimations tives here, and confirms given by friends of the delcbates here yesterday. ccurding to this information from .Mexico City. General Huerta at first authorized the di legates to dt'cuss only the ipicstion of the Tampico conflict, leading to the American occupation of Vera Lnu. later the Xlcxican dictator. it is explained, oame to recognise the necessity of a broader settlement and then conveyed to the dilegatc assurances that he was pripared to step do an should this course be found ncccs- sarv by them The "information of Hucrta's attitude noiv reserved through foreign diplomatic channels, agrees with the view obtained bv some of the close friends of the Xlexicans during their stop hire. ciordmg to this view the dilegatcs realized that the present administration at Mexico was fast going to pieces, and it was inevitable tint I bulla give plaic It did not. to some other authority however, disclose that Huerta had authorized his resignation if they considered that course necessary, and this more definite phase was first made known in the dispatch through diplomatic channels. Rumor of Attack at Vera Crux era Crur. Xlav 19 A rumored con centration of Mexican Federal troops before the American lines in the vicinity of Vcrgara station, two miles out on the interoccanic railroad, failed to materialize into the early morning attack vvliiih had been predicted by who entered Vera Cruz yesterday The night iascd without any at the American outposts and no indication was .given that 'Gen or Gen Mona contemplated anv violation of the armistice. From several quarters rumors were yesterday persistmilv circulated Xlcxican troop movements in the vicinity ot the American outnosts The mcricaii army headquarters staff .a disiiicliucJ to take llioc rumors seriously but precautions were natur. ally taken to guard against any me,ht na-livcou-cimi- Glenn-Grccn- 0000 10 14 nt six-ie- el one-hor- surprise Care vvas taken, however, alarm inhabitants of this city, ami the onlv notiieable effect of the oidcrs giviu was the absence of soldiers and not to u. sailors from the streets, except in the case of those on duty, Cndcr the general precautionary, plans diawn up by the headquarters' staff the marines and bluejackets on Uard tbe merican diet are held m readiness to come ashore at an liouxs notice ut case the garrison shouldlM attaiked This aunnunts Brigaditsl Geiiral runstous available forceBJtsil many thousands of officirs and'mesv who! for this reason, mcrican officers doubt that the .Mexicans will make a serious assault on the uicrican hues under any circumstances The possibility that provisional Pres might prefer to bring on i Huerta ft bt ig with the American troops and inakt a short ami desperate struggle to save his honor in this way rattier than await destruction by the Constitutionalist armies was freely discussed here t' Dirtiness, vertigo, (blind staggers) sallow complexion. fhtuUncc are symp- toms of a torpid liver. No one can feel well while the liver is Inactive. HER B1NF., is a powerful liver stimulent A dose or two will cause all bilious symps touts to disannrar Trv it Price 54V Sold by Shugars' Drug Slorj Staiif nl vcuaru i.ypc uros., Robert Cgllier, an aged and respected citieu of Danville, died there last by llmrxlrv after a lenghty illness Two thousand Federal troops, led General Zaragoza from Tampico-whe- n wis a son of the late Hiram and tbe Constitutionalists captured that city .Margaret Collier, ot Garrard county are reported to have surrendered to until 22 vears years ago, when he went to Boyle county to reside He was a General Augtllars' rebels. contins report has not yet lieen defi- a mim'icr of the Danville Christian - church, tic was married to Miss Xlary firmed at Tanimco. where the last Tribble Arnold in 1870. To this union nite word received concerning the flee ing federals said that they were light- was born nine children, five of whom ing their way through to unite with surviver XIrs. Taylor T Burdette, of tieiicral Navaiettey west of era Cruz Garrard. Mrs. K. II Walter, of Boyle. Ben Collier, of Willington. Ohio, and The whole State of Pueblo has rePresident Robert and Kavanaugh Colber.of Dixvolted against Provisional Huerta. Besides Zanatha's men. there on, California, and Mrs. James Xlar-sha- ll Hughes, who died several years are 15,000 fighters affiliated with the tbe other three dying in their Constitutionalists, and commanded by ago, o younger years. He leaves his wife to the Marquis brothers and Juan Roias, a prominent land owner mourn the loss of a devoted husband; also two brothers Hiram Collier, of and a Diaz supporter. lien, jiimucse. casuo uas aiso laiscu Burgm and Wm. Collier, of Jessamine Mr Collier was Imrn April 2X He attacked up arms against Huerta at the town of Atempan today, sacked all 1848, "and spent his school-daj- s stores after killing the government of- Lancaster, where he had many friends ficials. who will be grieved to near ot ins Huerta is keeping all his available death The funeral vvas at the home by XIcxico City to resist any atRev It C Garrison at 2 30 o'clock troops in and Saturday afternoon. tack by the Constitutionalists, therefore is not sending any reinforcements to Puebla to suppress the uprisStallion Killed In Ftrht With Plug ings Jesse Cobb, the gray stallion belonging to Sam C. Barnett, of London got More Praise for Young Saufley out of his stall in the barn just to the One of Rich's Washington letters in rear of Harnett's store, and in the last week said' melee between him an a work horse Danville Advocate Since the trouble in Xlextco and the hi was killed. As soon as the noise vvas fleet his been in .Mexico waters heard parties went down from the store Lieutentent Richard Caswell Saufley, and fcimd the stallion and anotiier the Navy, has bem playing a very horse entangled in the harness, the conspicuous part This voting naval stallion already dead with a broken officers is certainly a "chip off the old neck and the work horse nearly block," as his father was one of the strangled to death; but not seriously most daring fighters in the war be- hurt Tbe stallion vvas valued at about tween the States; he helped to bring ?250. renown to the Southern men with his deeds of valor and courage m the davs A Peculiar Accident Lieutenant Caswell Saufley of Newell Fox happened to a very painmonths ago asked the Navy De- ful accidint last week at his home in some partment to be transferred to the avi- the country, while leading a mule. The ation corps, the most hazardous branch mule became unruly and pulled, away ot the service, and his request was from him and a ring that vvas in the have been granted. Since the back and hit Mr. Fox in Vera Cruz, young halter flew in action around the eye causing a very painful as well Saufley has been playing a most is what may prove serious injury. He tolc. The New York World Louisville Monday night taken published photographs of five of the was Dr D. to Southard, where he will by B. young men who have been taking a consult a specialist. Hading part m this work and among the, pictures was that of the young Wayne Boy Kills His Father Stanford officer, vvlio is bringing lion-y- r Allan Garrett, a distiller to his Stale by his splendid achievements. He has received especial men living near Bad Rock, Wayne county, line, vvas lion from the Department tor his good near the Kintuckv-Teiinessshot and killed by his ten vear old son. t. work as a Garrett, it is stated George Garrett. his wife when the boy After More Money For The Farmers vvas whipping of his mother Seizing a took the part Commissioner of Agriculture J W pistol, be fired five shots into Ins Newman has teturncd from Washingbody, killing him instantly The ton, where be went to urge an increase bov surrendered to the authorities and the appropriation for farm demoniu will plead that Ins act was prompted stration work in Kentucky Owing to liy n lesirc to protect His motiier s inc. the intention to ceae cooperating with the Rockefeller fund, which has Old Wayne Man Waylaid been used in the Southern States. KenThe Gap Creek correspondent of the tucky's share of the Agricultural fund would be below that of any of the Wayne County Outlook said in the returning othir States, Senator James promised last issue- his Whilelast Tuesday from the sou evening to have the bill amended by adding home of Lnclt Andy hosier, age 79 years, was $16i(i to tbe $2i500 allotted to Ken- lay waved ami shot by some unseen tucky Representative (Lever said he pf the tursou H( was shot in would accept the amendment when it head and neck with 25 the haik three shot and went into conferince,'and Chairman slugs oi lead. So far no arrest has Gore, of the Senate Committee, agreed made, and he is gett'ng along to the amendment 'Commissioner New bien nicely. man is lining a great work for the farmers of Keutuiky Ramsey Dunn " i Xlaud David W Dunn and XIrs. John W Overstrnt. who has been Rumsey were married at the residence postmaster at Little Hickman. Jessaofficiating minister, Rev Gar. mine county, since the Histoffice was of tne ence Walkir, Saturday at Wilmore Tht d op tiu d there in 1877, has been bride groom has been engaged as foreman for the Danville Construction Co, who have the building of the Gltss Health a Kictor in Success The largest factor contributing 'to Milling Co't., new flour null at that Dunn will a man's success is undoubtedly health. place, Mr and Mrs, the present, reIt has been observed that a man is sel- main in Wilmore for dom sick when his bowels are regular Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds. he is never well when they are constipated For constipation you will find collar and harness galls heal up quickly nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is applied. It is both healing and anTablets, They not only move the bowand tiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per hot. els lut improve the appetite Drug Storn slrcnutbrii the digestion. They are sold tie. Sold by Shugars Stanford. Lytic Bros, Crab Orchard. by alt dealers. id Pran--icsi- V 'A yesterday that in Denw,cr,,t. all of whom were convinced that the campaign for the nomination was over, Stanley was not seriously considered at all, that McCreary's hopes were dimmed by the insurance mess and appointby his ments to the Racing Commission, which are now being regarded as planned less by XlcCreary to help his candidacy, as forced on the Governor it the interest of the political ambitions of Johnson .V Camdtii lali.mi' with it vvas noticeable loeo.1 ' Beckham In Rockcast'e That Beckham will carry Rockcastle by an overwhelming majority is a con- - '01-6- s, ceded fact. Rockcastle is one county,-tha- t XlcCreary could alvvayir" Gov count as his and no effort was, ever necessary upon his part, his friends, who were many, always did whatever was needed. It is true that Gov. XlcCreary still has a few supporters, but they are few and confined entirely to the older citizens. If XIr. Stanley has any following at all. the Signal is ignorant of the fact. Those who supported Beckham in his former race are still for him ami many who were bitter in their fight against him before are now his warmest friends. What Mr, Stan-lev- 's visit to this county on Xlay 23rd ', will do we cannot say or what change " in behalf of Gov. XlcCreary only time can tell, but as the political situation stands today Beckham is easily the Xlt. Vernon winner in Rockcastle ; c-a . well-know- n Signal. Dolph Rice Gets Nice Appointment News comes rom Frankrort that the board of examiners for the chauffeurs' licences will be composid of Thomas Bytrs, commissioner of motor vehicles J W I, Rice, ef Louisville, and W. R. Movers, of Columbia. Their appointuiiut will date from June 18. whin the law becomes operative XIr Riee known tc his friends as Dolph formerly lived it, this sicfioU and is splendidly qualified tor tue, position. - SamuciitbJ&fdicd at his home near RynicrsonVMTl.'in .Mercer county, oa Monday night" He was taken suddenly ill and passed away in a short while. Xtr Talitm held the Inchest respect of hts neighbors and was personally well liked by all who knew mm. Sallow complexion is due to a torpid liver HERB1NF. purifies and gives the liver and bowels strength nnd restores the rosy bloom of health to the cheek. Price 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard reap-minte- The Cumberland Grocery Co., Willi houses at Somerset. Burnside. Junction City and Lebanon City, has its capital $75,000 to $250,000. In the whole field of medicine there is not a healing remedy that will repair damage to the flesh more quickly rhats RULAKD'S SNOW LINIMENT In ruts, wounds, sprains, burns, soul is and rheumatism, its healing and penetrating power is extraordinary. Price 25c, Wo and $1 per bottle. Sold by Shwsars' Drutr Store, Stanford, Lyae Bros., Crat Orchard. i t . v,v r.W3. ' -- M, ry- - "w THK IHTKMOW JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY lUKSfrAY. MAY 19, 114. use H. & W. Pure N - The Interior Jtwrnal SUM TON IA M. HAUrl.Kt STiUCTLT IN rrnptlftor JMIVAN'OK TF.AU iremd fl'ti mill mtUtr. MEN'S FURNISHINGS You are not Veil dressed with only a fine fitting of I iJ "Trrn r"'' Irn Prepared Paint Clean-n- o Days, May 31st and 22d The city will run wagons Ihc abort dates, and haul your train. E. T. Pence and J. R. Powell, Street Committee. suit of clothes. The little things , t J- Wi insurance elements. Sun, rain and snow are Just as destructive as fire H. Se W. PAINT is just as important as good insurance. Good paint, properly applied, improves the appear-aac- e and prolongs the life of any building. You cannot afford to waste time and labor in that will not cover as far and applying long & W. PURE PREPARED as PAINT. Has been sold right in your community for years. Ask your dealer about its quality and for names of property owners who have used our brand. Af fMir linmu ncrnhisf losl li fire With wly not protect it ugainst loss by other ask ON SALE BY Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Hon. A. 0. Stanley Candidate for the nomination for the U. S. Senate, subject to action Democratic primary, Aug. 2, 1914, will speak at LANCASTER Mm I.ctty Mac McKoberts, is in Niehmonel isitinp Mm. sushi Attorney James I. Hamilton hoiinhi the haiidoine residence of Mr Vijey m t.c.xiiiLttnii aenue for $8,250. Tlie salt was nude hy tlic real estate .iriiHs Messrs IIukIics anil Sumehroad. Kev. V .M. Tinder will ilclncr the rahi-.ite- s II. ct'.iliiircitc cnnon to tlic of tlic Paint Lick HirIi School on hiMKiav. May 24. Kc. J. W. Hcaylc united the destiny for life of Atcx Kay and Miss bailie Jane Knott, at the 'Itaptist church. I'rof. M. I. Cancer was called to Conncrsulle, Tciin., hy the death of father, who had reached his The the athanet'd aete of 82 years. whole community extends enudolencc I rof. C.meer. to The bh.iKcenrean jifay, "The Merenicc" Riven Friday even chant of uiu hy the Senior class in the college auditorium, was unusually fine, each Much artinv hi 'part n ivrf'l',"i praise is due Miss Ollte Dean one of the f ct.lt), for training the pupils so clftCK mly. the Miss Alimna Cox entertained Piulathe.i of the Uaptist Sunday school The at lur hoti'c on Stanford strict gracious young hoitcss served delight ml refreshments. Kev. I. V. lleaglc and Mrs. Ileasle and Mr.J. K. Holtrcl.iw were in the Uapcity of Xashwltc for tist Convention. The little son of Mr. Jesse (jullcy met "with a very painful falling out nf a liarn at his accident hy father's home at McCrcary, and cut a detp Kash in his head which necessitated a mimhcr of stitches. Prof. ) I.. Hill, dean of Georgetown Colleue, preached the Baccalaureate sermon to the High School graduating class of '14 Sunday morning at the school auditorium. Mcsdjinc Annie Vanarsdall, and J. Ilarvc-- McKohcrts, of Stanford have luen recent visitors of Mrs. R. 1. ld man's apparel do their part. SHIRTS-- in plaits and tucks, and negligees, all white or fancy effects, at $1, $1.50 and $2. will wonder how it is possible for man many colors, shades and shapes, and yet every week WE GET A NEW ONE. eye-opener TIES Look into our tie cases and you to make so i have had the boys beaten all the while on our PHOENIX 50c SILK SOX SILK SOX-- We in a beautiful, glossy, all SILK SOX, ALL but now we have an and a money-save- r COLORS at 25c. tan-diffe- twK rent BELTS have become as necessary as trousers or shoes and we have them in black and widths and any size from 26 to 50. Price from 25c to $1.50. ll I Hi. an etijojahlc time Mr and Mrs J ltlaine Dryc, of were here Kridav at Dryc's the Ihll Hotel Tim n Mr tirtt trip to I.iliettv miicc he Incline Many eonipliments are ev married pressed on nt uii!nt looking ladv "I tide" inriiit IVyloti, of was in town Tuesday. He recalled his drt visit to l.thirty, which vvas in 1844. Few met. can tell of old tunes so interestniKly as this splendid old I.iherty New s. Kcntluiuti. Uli-Inuif. J. Mc ROBERTS SHAKE INTO YOUR SM0ES Minis I'm it I asr, (lie antiseptic powder It relieves pimftil, smarting tender, nervous fiet and instantly takes the sfiig out of corns and bunions It's the greatest comfort discovery of l'oot-I'.i- c makes Allen's the age tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a callous, certain relief for sweating, swollen, tired, aching feit. Always use it to break m new shoes. Try it today Don't ac Sold everywhere, 15 cults trial ce,it any "substitute, parkaee' address Allen S Olmsted. ! N V. Roy, hcart-hrokin Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY is a snfe, prompt, fective remedy. ef- Crab Orchard, Saturday, May 23, at 3:00 P. M. Hustonville, Saturday, May 23, at 7:30 P. M. YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR HIM. Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK agement and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. s. Mr and Mrs. John V Miller, are enjoying a visit to Louisville and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hughes Mrs. J W lilmorc entertained at her handsome hon.e, the honor guest being her mother, Mrs. David Chtnault, of Richmond. Quite a number of elderly list women were upon the invitation to meet Mrs. Chenault. Most inviting refreshment were served. oo.ls Walker was hostess at Mrs. a tea ptrty at her pretty country home The guests of honor wete Mrs George Koine and difuhter. of Payne's depot. Miss Annie Tomlmson has returned front a short stay with her aunt, Mrs. Ross Adams, of Lex'tigton. Mrs. Jack Adams will leave soon tor several weeks' visit to her daughter. Mrs. O. V Terrell in Jenkins, Ky. So for the Lancastir High School lase hall team have defeated all of the teams this season in three recent games. Little John's street fair company drew lare crowds each night of the week. The last two nights there was hardly standing room for the mass of people. The Lancaster library under the management of the Woman's Club, will he opened every Friday afternoon from four to five. Mrs Kmma Kauffnun will have charge of the books. .Mrs. J. Hogan llallard is in Louisville visiting her aunt, Mrs. Marshall Guerrant. Editor J. C. Alcock, of the Jefferson-tow- n Jeffersonian. has the sympathy of his host nf friends nf tin- - pres in the 'oss of his best friend. His mother died last week Most Prompt and Effectual Cure for Bad Colds When you have a had cold you want a remedy that will not only give relief but effect a prompt and permanent cure a remedy that is pleasant to take, a remedy that contains nothing injurious. Chamberlain's Cough remedy meets all these requirements. Jt acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions and restores the system to a healthy condition. This remedy has a world wide sale and use, and can always be depended upon. For sale hy all dealers. Compromises Suit for $7,000 Col. Robert Harding, of Danville, has if fecial a comnromise with the L. & S., railroad in the $30,000 damage suit filed in the Favette Circuit Court by die administrator of Charles Noble, ol Danville. The stun of $7,000 was paid o the administrator of Xoble. who was killed on the Lexington and Eastern while cugage.d as an engineer. The Sanitary Committee will call on YOU after 21st and 22d to ;ee if you nave cleaned up Take warning. News Prom Casey grand jurvinan was heard to remark bridav, that he never could tell why so many men went to the as) htm from Cjey county until now, and it was all made plain, as so many testi-tie- d before the grand jury that they 'did not know anv thing. J. C Kubanfcs, W. P. Kmcaid and I S. llattghman, three of Stanford s pkndid gentlemen, were here Tuesday. J"he Golden Dawn opening will he jij May 23, at Golden Dawn Springs. Kvcryhody is invited to come anil have is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound man- The "Dazey" Churn. Mr. W. H. Higgins : 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. Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. DEFECTS? i SORES. BURNS, SCALDS, VKU1SES. Got Any CHAPPED HANDS AMDU!'8,TETTIta. LCZEMA? Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedfMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 FEEDS Da you I Then Pa4 baa ol UH. BLLL'S Ivc. to rtttlj wmt ga hel It? B4 tnouuh la la tba ilara tu4 buz Antiseptic Salve It li tnow whit tn4 4oaa't do lb work, gt your moay back. MTU It By Th BU" ow pur n4 II ft HARRY High-Class JACOBS Moauments Manufacturer and Dealer in J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Original Designs and Prompt Service 3uaranteed Quality Connections at all Orinlte and Marble Quarriti. Office and Woiki ou Cemttery Hill Closed on Saturdays t'elephgne No. 164. STANFORD, KY. "The Rexall Store" ed to be Ashevllle, N. C. On Sunday May 24. Southern Rail way tram Known as tlic i.ouis operatul between St Special" now Louts, Louisville and Danville, Kv . will be extended and operated as a solid through tram between St Louis Louisville and Ashevllle. X C. sia Danville, Harriniun 'unction, Kn.ixville and Morristovvn Continuing the effort to afford the public served by the Southern Railway the er highest class of service, the management, appreciating the increase in passenger traffic from hevillc in the mountain section of the Western North Caraltua country, has determined to establish he solid train service to and iroin Mile. X. C This is a marked indication of the great interest taken the maintenance of the highest standard of service hv Railway, and is in a the Southern measure--, an appreciation of the support given the Company by the people of Louisville in patronizing the won derful tourist resorts in the glonorfs mountains of Western North Carolina In addition to providing solid through the connections sirvice to Aslie-ill- e, to Kastcrn Tennessee destinations and to (xiints located in Lastcrn North Carolun and South Carolina, includAll and Columbia, also ing Charleston will be greatly Savannah, Ga.. etc., and will provide better accoin- dations and ipucker service to all ol the territory rcternil to. The equipment of this train and the approximate, schedule is a follow s . Sleeping Drawing room "The Greatest Kidney Remedy on Car, St. Earth," Says a Grateful Woman Sleeping Drawing room 1 via Chattanooga. want to tell you how much good Louisville-Jacksoyour Swamp-Roo- t did me About four S3. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Sleeping Car, Drawing years ago. suffered from what the shevillt doctors raited fistula and for two years via 1. I'arlor Cafe Car, St. of that time, I endured what no ton1. Piist-elasgue can tell. 1 also had inflammation St I I'ullm.iii Sleeping Car, Nashville-Knowill- e of the bladder and 1 tried doctors med(attached to train at ilarri-ma- u icines without any help. receiving ) Someone told me. about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo- t. !. Dining Car, Knoxville-AshevillAfter Kivmc it a thorough trial. re ceived relief, so keep on using it and NOTICE TO BIDDERS today I am a strong and well woman, Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 tf 1 ever feel badly or out of sorts, I Sealed bids will be received at the take Swamp Root and it always office of the County Clerk, Lincoln Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, straightens me out. I honestly believe county, Kentucky, until 12 o'clock-noon- . that this medicine would cure all trouOhio, District No. 4 Saturda) May 23, 1914. for the bles you ncommend it for and it is a creation of a bride over Hanging b'ork Member of American Bankers' Association. pleasure for me to send my tcstnnoiiv near Hustonville on the Liberty pike and photograph to you. I think Dr I'lans and specifications for which may Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. Kilmers Swamp-Roo- t is one 'of the be seen at the alove office. National Bank No. 5132. greatest medicines on earth. 2. A certified cluck for five per Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Respt. vours, rent of bid, made pa v able to W M Bright, treasurer, shall be filed with MRS. JNO. llMLKY. Transit No. 73-23West Main St. each hid. which, in case of the bidder Portland, Tnd. Subscribed and sworn to before me (or bidders') reccivinc the award, tins itn clay o tiuiv. 1909. should he fait to execute a contract LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK C. A. lliJNNETT. v'otary Public and file a bond within ten (10) days iftir the acceptance of his hid. shall be forfeited to the County as Iniuid.tt tetter to ed damages. Dr. Kilmer & Co., J. All Imis must be the regul ir form Blngbainton, N. Y. furnished hv the County, sealed and SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION plainlv marked 4. The successful bidder will be re Prove What Swamn-RoWill Do For ipnred to furnish u bond for 50 per You Send ten cents to Dr Kilmer & Co.. cent of the contract price issued hy by the BinRhanipton, N. Y , for a sample size responsible surety approved , bottle. It will convince anvone. You County Judge-- and drawn to protect will also receive a booklet of valuable the county and any information, telling about tlfc kidneys surety to be given before any work is and bladder. When writing, be ktirc begun. S. The County reserves the right to and mention the Interior Journal. Regreject any or all bids. ular fifty-ceand size bot0. Tt mlcrs will be received on the tles for sale at all drug stores. following item s Round Kisrt For all concrete work, all Round TO THE PUBLIC abiitcment, and piers. Trln Second For all steel work. I reptcscnt the lamest and best made. Third-- For all fills. clothing house in this counFourth For all work as a whole try Id V Price & Co.. Chicago, III. 38-SPECIAL TRAIN li. D. PF.NNINGTON My experience in measuring and diCounty F.ngineer. recting the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If you give mc voui order 1 wilt promise you ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. a fiuare deal. You will get the worth At the tale residence of J M Car-tc- r, of your money, either in the cheaper Sr., near Moreland, Ky on grades or the higher priced My spring Friday, May 22, 1914 line of samples are now ready for your at about 1:30 I' M., 1 will offer for inspection, Call and let mc show you sale at public outerv to the highest and , H. C. KUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. jel bidder a lot of household and kit clis.it furniture, beds etc, some fanning m4 L implements, tobacco sticks and other property. The said sale will be nude fettttHtltbBtltttBvttltifeHl A in a credit of three months, Iximl be with nig reittir'd of the purchaser sulficie-ii- t surety, bearing six por cent Qulcklr rcllrra ltbmmitln. for Mui-t M U h.ur.li'la, II.cLirli.. lltitUclia from date This May II. 1914 p4io. oat owuvr tck If II I tllf (v rt- - m iitcr-sm Uf. II I). CARTIiR. dnir. it tur rb In nr IH ot lb. Unit lu UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER fUlten uiloutra tls. BOt, At All DruggM; i'rle4aiU tli llMtU KBl IM.M1, m TIM Dealers in Masons' Meetlno B01KD0H REMEDY COMPANY, M Mattiflf, Rugs. FurnJ. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER A. M.. nnti In Furniture l.inrolo iMil No. CO Y. LzliitM. Hi. AT X. 34t SMI Mim Ft., littii foinniuimatlon ou rch firw nd third ture ExchM;t4 far all Kkuta Mirila nlibu ot ech month M 7 o'clock II Office Phone 187. Hem Phsiie 38. Of StKk. ihilr Hall ou iUIn itiwt, tjlmiforl. Kjr. I of kllr lodcrt (rttirntllr inwitr J to b I PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. jrWDl. J. W. JltCIM&D. fee'. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. KING'S MOUNTAIN ECHOES Mr. and Mrs. II Mark delightfully entertained last wcik, Kev G II. and Mrv Cannon, their niece. Miss Lena Cannon, alo their nephew and niece. I'rof and Mrs J () Cannon, of Winchester Splendid music. Iiotli classical and acred was rendered hy Mrs. Marks and hy Mrs. Cannon, After pleasant conversation, a short time was spent in devotional exercises. James O Camion, principal of Irvine school and hride, who have heen visiting his uncle and aunt, at this place, G H Cannon and wife, left for their home last wcik. I'at Smith, of Ludlow, vvas here a short time aj;o to see his girl. On May the 7th. Mr L. V. Kloyil received a that his wife, Nettie Floyd died at her sister's in Lexington. This item may he interesting to fox hunters and all lovers of the chase. L Gooeh. of Sims creek one night of last wiek in April hail a fox chase I'lie dogs, Tom and Lucy, carried the race on a last ending after running in two foxes. Two o'clock at night left Tom and Lncv still running. C D. KiiM placed in hands of John Curtis at Wayneshurg, two female imps to keen tor him They are from L. Gooch's old female hound that never was heaten in anv race, and is one of the finest breeders in Lincoln county for foxes. C, D. Kidil is out of fox dogs as he has gone to Crescent Springs to work for L. K. h'loyd. On the f'rst Sundav in May. 1914, at Iteech lirove Church', Kev V. .M C Hutchins preached the funeral of Brother J O. I law ley, who was Imrn Nov. 30. 1844. died Dec .'4, 1913. He joined the C hnstian church at Good-hopGarrard county. Iirothcr Haw-le- v lived a ipuet. conservative life and stcmed to lit respected and loved hy all that knew htm He died with th.it inil'-I- i dnaded disease, tuberculosis, hut he died as he lived trusting in God. teh-grae. widow He leaves a Sam and Willie, and two Lillian Mr married ilauehlert. !(Juerrv and Mrs. I izic Stewart funeral was preaclird to a large gngation of friends and relative and two Me- - The eon It gives an immediate and grateful sense of relief, checks irritation and discharge, renders breathing free and restores general comfort. The Rexall Guarantee is given with every purchase of Rexall Catarrh Spray. This means, if it fails to saiisfy, every cent paid for it vill be returned to you. Complete treatment $1.00. "St. Louis Special to be Extend- Penny's Drug Store " "t SUMMER CLOTHING Lotus-villet- o id Once again we cal! 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. kinds of work pants. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Call and see what we have and you 1 will buy. Louis-Ashevil- lc 1 n, ROBINSON'S 1 1 Cincinnati-Jacksonvill- Louis-Danvill- e Louis-Ashevil- le c. 1 "Honor Roll Bank" 1 5. RiSr ot CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, H.y 24th one-doll- SJ.50 $1 .SO 3 Public Sale. Um JUNCTION CITY 5:35 J. a.m. J. L Beazley & Co., C. M'CIary .m ull M ? v I J -- I''V ' t e?" - 'wwr? THE INTERIOR JOUKWAL gTAW FORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1014. '1 !rJ6r 7 ,' jt fw" lVr il m i mIW wm - T ni: t r7 tV Y i. m s r. t If The Buyt' Camp Thli Summer Camp Daniil Boone, the summer can.p Coiiiiucied li Die Stale I'.vccu- nve, Comuuitec, oi tnc Anting aUii i lltllstiall ssociallon tiir tile imyi oi 51 f Liiiti.il Kenitiiky will open int Jinis. I 1".'. and will lit open tint ugtls. i, I lit lint ten days of tnc cimp sidsidii! " 111 I I For will lie ileeolrit to n f null n m r Irln . W&Kf Infants arid ChiHraa. Jing Camp for older Ixiys from tin lugil "A Rallon of Matle Paint ami sunil.i) school of (iutr..l s fricmli at .anrtstrr .Sunday CI sin covers mora surface, latUi hemu .y 'I lie pttrp ie of lilts uiitar j Mrs. II C Wray and children of longer, and works freer . Danville, were guests of friuuls lure enei imp is In awaken oiNlhe lurt ol . under tho bruih than KrfC nc o .nr lovs ol llic Inuli a short time Sunda). iIkmh. and Oil. or Inferior scIkkiIs and hcurches the re Sun. i Mr. (. C Uosc. of Lancaster, t ready tnUod ralnU." diiv of Christian visiting her mother. Mrs Ilelle Per i'ii.-i- i leader mp kins, aiioys- tlnir associates and in tin 3 PEK CKNl--r it .ls ami I'hutchcs. and in nmje w i D' 1 V Pennington lias returned AS crjclaWc rrriwral Jon S to gi.e them some pnparation for this fiom Morula, where In spent alioiit ten s'rn .HilicrroifandRorhto M .e ile. ship t'avs fur lus health. Mr L. W I hum. ..f Char lit' Siawto aadUcmckcf Mrs. I f tt nil Kcnl and Mr John Ows tie. N (.. the Hois' Work Secnlary ley lml were in Danville oik da) last llie south Mr. II. h. Montagk Hie week. r s' Work Sicrctary of Louisville i J ('. Aclicsnn, the President of the Mr (iity ilallou, of (iravtown, (),ls , Mr and Mrs Miit'icky College for W'mmti. at Dan the guest ol her pari--die Mr Stanley A. Harris, Win Heck Other Furniture mul The rvW That lasts' Slate Mrs. II li Thompson, of Three Uii' llns' Work Secretary of ihe MC Interior Woodwork On5tirtt.Morphlnc ncr.'Sacril ate some of ihe Icinlers ulio will ir. Miih, is visiiiuu Iier parents. Mr T .v S la made of Pure White) tli activities of this camp I 'iru-- i IkW aim Mr i Win. Ilerk isw i ii ill v u 1 1 1.. 3 i Lend, reinforced with Zinc enrollment of the etinp for tin t' and Mrs W. K Warner and son, BrcvtiroUlkSHtzLmwi Oxide and Genuino Llneed Oil r t ten dais is not open to any hov t Tivis. were the guests of her parents In correct proportions. Guaran-ttt- d ul Sctd " Mr and Mrs J II. Ilourm at Lancis t'i I' "hler Irnvs fMrn the high school JlxJnrna to Civ lUrftet Sathfaction. nl s,,rtdiv Seliool, not Ixing taker tir Sunday JhdHltSJ!- sMr and' Mr Ceorge h'arris and clnl fifiien years ot age. Tin man AW AiiilSetd tlluitralnl FREE "II of,for ax I lla tohoe.Ut E3cm I'tiitt i. Imi uiiitortd to see his sister. Mrs I mini does ma seek to hutld up a ( -- i," rvl for Mtillc l'a nt Color Card, 7 K llulchiugs, who lins near LcMiig-t'ii- . cimii for this coitfrrinci ucriod nr writ direct Sund.iv -- re fier iimlilv for aama to This is wie of Itriiom the otlulntl tirtuly no mstlcr Kussill P Hrowit. of the darra'd i.e . iv ih it the Stiii,. V. M ( liow tn.lly scraiclird or snilrit-l- t't a I K T. ni (o. of Lancaster, wood aiain nil varnish combined In one ink i tj s t., rrve the Imys of Central K n Anerferl Remtdv forCtmsflM rneerporaUd Mon lav and alluided the tilav Gmtainll Ketnml H'oeil coler. Whits, j ik; and make them nore serviccihtc UulivlHe. fcsrto t inn . Sour Stntnnch.Ularrcc(a I . . SI ... , I. .. ...Ml l. i mi elmrclies in tlMU r work .a t'u wars WornsroirvtilsionsJoTrisa Mr J.unes Is. Ilaiighmau. of litis come The lalle- - periods .,f th. Mdt and guaranteed by nes3nndL0SS0FSLEI;I,. it. iil. district prisnleul of lie imii are open to any hoy of good m.ir PEASLUK-GAUI.IJERCO. I I I a the guest of . r t elnneter. Two hundred ami tluriv racSiniib Sik'nature of Afl list '. Hirdtii dtirini! the iMiiveutton ia ihi;.s nere presml last ve.ir and IcStt Louisville, Ky. II iriix siuirs, Leader. P'XED PAINTJ STANFORD, KY. the minagcment exnee's at hi-- t tin M7 il'tdred this viiir. Vo piiee of crvli C6frf TtlE CENTAUn CoMI'AUT, vlrrh ihe llovs Departmuil of lln HEARD AHOUT TOWN NEW YORK. V M C V has rrnderril in this. i New Stanford Drug Co. II. Fallis, formerly of list tew years has heen more Prof ?" hat the work at Cimp l.antel Boone STANFORD, KENTUCKY. liiLoui loimty. ha.s resigned as iirm- 'in' Mr Harris, the camp matia-rrPERSONAL and SOCIAL Mrs I iiK.ui Mi( all is the nm-- t of 11 if tin Daimlle lirnded and iliijh is etv tnthiisiaatic ahout the prospctfs School. Mist Daisy eatrh at liuisville forthe -- amp this vear Ml-- s d I astlaml '( l.ouiavihc, W.U Kate Price, of Ml eruuu, has F0K SALE AT MOiJELAND, KY. Civm.id .; McClintock. of Paris Col John W. Ilrown. of Ml hue a few ila last week. lMi uituiK Inr hrother, Victor Price. ernoii. KI:nTI(KY, shinned last week to the Cincinnati PP0 Matthew I'uinl Mini lo Louisville Mis. !' II. Il.iructl and Ura Harnett, tvas here Tuesday, shaking hands with STANIOIID. TMacCNTSuncewnNT, NtMToaneiTT. ritirkit one cir of h gs which was nur lis many frunds Col Ilrown I one to pcml several tli a. of lliiiioutillc were here Mumlat at trom 7 lei)i'ird lis resignation Ik S cents pc- f the wheelhorse democrals of RikL. Uir. hi. to .Muster William llrad), ol Ml. t T. K. Tinlor was in llnnlhrail Mon. ll Ii .it nee. r Oltiev, 111., where 'outid castli eoun'y in, it the guest of In grandparents, day on hiiiues ii lias acci;i'id tin pas'ura'e of the Hill's S. C. R. 1. Reds and S. C. White Orpingtons. Mr an.l Mrs Will llr.i.ly. Mrs II. II.iiikIi. of uMoniie. i l!apli-- t chlilih at ill it place InvilatloltS have hern neeiwil lirn- - i'ir-Xo Fire Insur.incp ramlnp In I.tnrnln Miss Marj Ljnii hox has rcturnul :he HUM of her mother. .Mr A. J Mid weik sirviee at the l'reltirian ty frimds lo the weddtng of Miss Myr-lOil on me. I can write all the in Have won first prizes at Loutsvillc. (st. tc Katr)' Hopkinsvillc. Richmond home a fur a vim to Mist Annie llcltc miii.ii Monticello OutliMiV Itnrker. formerly of tins place, lull ilmrch Uulnesdaj ivening. Mav 20. Miranec vou want in good old line comDau.il'e and Stanford, in 1913. My hints are not only prize winners, hut ' The llutiisiilc .it Lancaster. Mr Nannie Herring, of Lancaster, .(! o'clock. "Meditation" at panies. Don't lit vou policies lapse R great egg machines. Ten pens mated, cgi-- at rcasonahle prices ion in aougiiR, rsiifea, ami Kev. Write for II il I lutllllioiltri'l'. nf l.iliatlotl Juncwa Hie Kuet of her hrother, Winirctl I'rajer is Co) Itr.iTiii.iii The wedding will Trayirs of Hahakuk M N'ewlaml. Agent mating list and show record. Also Fiwn Indian Runner ducks eggs for tion, .pent Similj) here with Ins wife Duncan iir.nl days last weik. for Ihe General Assiiiihlv which ake place July 8th in Souuda, Korea sale. Red cockerels for sale at $2 to S5 each. . C Hill. Stanford. Kentucky. who i visiting her mother, Mr. CjIk'II Miss MarKueritc MiCormack, has it the home of Rev. and Mrs. Willard niifis m Kansas Ciiv Mav 2 The I Ihe (.urrtiit l.vcnts Clult will mitt riiitrued to her home m HiisiiniMlle filidcn Cram, ilers and Dencotis will meit at the Sam's Menefee's Success in New York with Mrs. V. (i. Wither mursd.i after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Louau close of the service. One of Rich's Inreresttng Washing-to.- i o'clock. .it J lluhlilr. near Lancaster Kev. W Harney, one ol the hest to widely Ino S. Sh'Jiisi one of the moi to Danville Mrs Frank Smth. of Majsviltc. vvas Mr p M McKolierts and her sis known and most helovid minis-let- s last Idlers had the following Advocate the concernthi: gtirsi of her duiightir, Mrs. J I nr. Miss Tews Shellfy, of tut in a crop in rc.uliii. ncco nun who of (he Christian church in tint ing aweek former Stanford loy. the eldest lttl(b). Kc.Mlolil went to Lexiuvtoii Monday, where lliej ..imoln. vvas over from Hovle last week slate, died at his home in Lexington o atttnd the uieetmi! of the local uist foil of Mr and Mrs J. X. Miss Hcrilu Jaiksoii, of Walton. ha will spend a fw He suffered a of this city It is pleasing Mencfei. Sr, f Owls, and wa kept luis) shaking Ihtirsi'av iiMiiiing to note the heen here for several daj visiting her Mrs Mary Parsons has returned ! stroke of pan.lvsis Monday morning l:inilk ttilli liic, ... ii. f......l. II ...... iii.iiij iiitiiin. names vvhili iiovvn tiiwn. He never r gained si'cciss of our former citien and niHiit friends. Girhm aftir a here to her d.iitKh-tirs- , imiw on It F King's farm in Hovle. friends, hut it is an especial pleasure Mrs. Will ll.ij uai the guest of J. Mesdanies Mat Preston and Join He has many friends in to md has in 14 acre of the weed tin ronscioiistiiss. note the continued success of a for on Walls A. Heailev and Limilv at this who w'tll reirit to season, which is uugiity good. learn lonummit) stiulay Compounded nccordinr to the Original & Little Miss Margaret Freeman has of the passing of litis good man iner Danville man in the Kast, Hon Mis I'.li7aleth Kicharili, of Nicho- returned from Louisville, where he has Formulas & Recipes of Charlio White-MooDr. M I) Firlv. nastor of the Stau- - Samuel W. Mencfee. A mention was made some months aim In this column Arch McKiuncv an Mrs. heen visitim; her mother, Mrs J II las. illr, is visiting tier sister, Iniy. Tho Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for tie treatment vIh travel out of Chicago, was "home" loru tiapi'si ennrcn. ri turned .Momiay ol Mr. Menefee's rapid rise since leavMiller McConujck Hill. from Nashville, ivhire he attended til of human nilments. Endorsed in tho Biblo. Master Joe McCoruuck Mi is viitmg I. F Jones and on. Porter, of last weik for a short viit to friends Southern llaptist eouventioit, and had a ing Danville a numher of years ago Thousands of Testimonials. the Ins lirotlitr. Miller McCoruuck not on Gall Orchard, are isitinij rtdntives ind relative and while here took the most dilightful Hi Dr. Lansing City.wint to Detroit. Chicago, Kansas time Great Body-ToniSCirUCE SOPE, for tho Hu-- . Buffalo and finally landed m degree in Lincoln laidge No 00 Harrows, of Georgia, who tho Lancaster pike CHARLIE 'tore and at Portersluirjf London is an uncle man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write' M .Mr Kiifus Kichards lus returned tc Sinttnil i Mr McKmnry i one or hy marriage of J. V Rochester, ot Xcw York City. In a previous mention Tie Cowtor Hrriitist NiilHilajnlel after a visit to Ins sisMrs. William Porter. Mrs. Miller lie most popular voting men who evir Stanford, was elected president of the of Mr. Mencfee it vvas stated that he isioiNaron or i ft this count) ter. Mrs Miller McCormack. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N McC'ormack an I Mis (''liiaheth, and is a hustler from convention Baptists who are for the had heroine the Mastern Agent of the WHITE UOUS CHtTEOE INDUS Mr and Mrs. II 11 Davis and Miss avay hark of Nicholasville, niotorcil to DankruiDIEI ceiitraliration of the three church Anderson Plectric Car Company Hi is 3731 West Broadway Kate l).m Nancy were the guest of dle Thursday and were the guests of Louisville, Kentucky SCIMCE SOPE iKiards, won a victory, when the pus-tio- n now not only manager of the New rk office 80th and Broadwav hut Mrs. Davis" mother. Mrs. W. 1'. Ov Mrs. Koliert iLirdiiiK. John Smiley, the well known horse-na- n was recommitted to the commitMr and Mrs. J. W Adams, of of Lexington, was here Monday tee to he reported on at next year's controls the States of Xew York. Xew crirect at Parksvillc Sunday. Mr- -. J I. Kc) Holds and lime il.iunli who have hesn in the west fin ooking; over-Me- n n Carter's great si essioti of the .Southern Baptist con- Jersey. Rhode Island. Count client and iiu.TilIu, ti r.,l.innci: Ma. ate the uuctK of her off here am" ton Kintuck) (ieutletnau. Mr. Smiley vention Houston vvas selictcd as III.. Massachusetts for the ahove com cm, Mr .mil Mrs. Frank bnoth which makes the famous Detroit Klcc-Irip.uint. ?it Mer.'il das hero Mr and Mrs ilwav ha a stahle of winners on the next meeting place. at MjjsuMc. the peer of any electric on the datus moved from this city ahout lci air and horse show circuit and i he congregation of the Versailles Mr of Danville. (Hikifg for a giid ears ago. d animal I rrshvierinn church was much grieved iu.irl.it. Besides the Detroit Klectric here hrother. the loiucrn makes other pleasure and Miss Cioiicr ('"eland has returnei' i. hiai! his stahle this season. Those Sunda. whin the announcement iu II. (hiSuiid.n to echa In In m conwas W. rstreit, who Irout '1 ilia leg., Ala, when slie Ii.t iho know what Kintucky Ccutleuiau maili that Rev ilenrv Wade Dul.osi commercial ears and is doing a thrivfined to hi heil for several days on ecu teaclunc in the Alahama School an do. and hi hreediug, say that Mr. ,iastor of the church had tendered lus ing hitstness. Mr. and Mrs. Mencfie acrount of imasles. fur the Doaf. Mr and Mrs Samuel sinilev could take him and make a csignaiton to aecipt the pastorate oi are pieanuy domiciled on .Ktver btile C raiK Thnntas, the oramrcr of tin Wilhilt Mis uilrcv Wilhile and Mr v inner out of him in any compani. Drive and are just as happy as can he he Government slreit I'reshyterian of the Order of ha return-e- u loseph Tyler llond. of laitusville, have Kct THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION OF LINCOLN COUNTY church of Mohile. Ma. Rev. Mr iJi. that lar irom uanvillc. to this cttv after siiendini; a few mm the guests of tin- - family of I)r "Alie Martin's WeilditiR" iresented Hose is greatly hi loved hv his congrc-jalioWERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR duys with his mother. Mrs. Thomas at II. Penny Danville Advocate. iy the Ladies Aid Society of the llap-is- t at Versailles and lias met wittr I mile. Mrs. U 1" Prewitt and daughter. li!s FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE DEchurch iilayid to a packed opera the most gratifving success during hi Deafness Cannot Be Cured Marion Kiehlv K.iwnuiul S.iiiuimxi, I eu.i Patmir intertamed with a dinner. otise Monil iy niylit and the ladies net-- ! pastorate there. He assiimid the pas br '.mil aMilhatlons. as thrr cannot reach tha CIDED TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL W. (.. (iiKK-h- . John Fields W M a parlv of friends, who motored over a neat sum for their orK.in fund toratc of the church ahout four years dlsanTd iNirtlijn tit ltn car. Tbin U oulj one of this county and II. . on Saturdav. Those ir m kirl.-vill- i way tofur.. dram., anil lliat U lir rtHi.tltiitln- BF. $100 00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF 55 00 WILL Soth the Merchants' Carnival and the igo, and is regarded as one of the BE of ilurcin, will leaw Friday tor who euiiivid Mrs Prnttt's hospiuliti iKarii)i iuumsi Ueddimj" wen uiiined hv all. in! young men in the est Le.ington ai rrnuuir.f ihi ujuciiuiilaHnliite tit ix - an Inilainnl lUa- lUistafhUn isrtliUmi . CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WlLL POSITIVELY HE CLOSED H'kc.islle ll.ione'i I'.iliin in county, were. Mesilaiues I, J Curtis. S P Vliss Mavuie Mr Dullose's wife died Tubi. When ItiU tnlN U lufliin. a Jim havr a ruhvtcrj. Iwin. who drilled the l where the) will pmd a week on a Wv Nrhuckle and O.illey rutulittr? miuuU r liaiTfrct li.rlnr. ami when ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND AN t .prnu. altir hiving In in married mum peoiile who hMik part lift for FURTHER It i la tli.- - n.ult. antl lKafucti ll ill fulnni; trip litirkc ai.n;;: a ;.ir. Mr. I)i. !!..- - u Itiiimi. Hi. liiiTMUiiiiMiinll Is lakrti vul ami ' "i'. vili he'ty mi INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULLY FURr ttiU ruMunsl in Its normal enndlttuii, II sides. rilttivc of Rev I. L. Ilruee. of the thu villi W aomsij-o- rorofcr: ntn uns mit nr NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO '"reslivterian church, at Stanford ten arr faiLiil lir talarrh. which Ii nntlilnn tut tiitlamr-I Mi timers of the Mehodist Churirh an VVo nlll eIroualllvii ot the inucuus aurrnrva. raac K Cash, of ( ae county, was here one Itunilnsl Ihillara fur an l l his weik wall friends. He has just "outl. thro.ihoiit Kentucky, and of lHirnoia be br catarrh) that of personal friends and admirers, rtirisl r llaU'a Catarrh Cure. Kend tor clrcu eecived a litter from his son Kay- vlu iecigii"e his alnlity and esteem lara, tree. r. j ciii:xi:v &. co., Toteiio, o. nond K Cash, uho is on the U. S Mild by I)nilt, T5. altleship aii Francisco which has nm 'or his many traits of Christian een in the middle of the fijluinn at character, are hopeiul that Rev Dr. h" Take Haifa family l'llli fur conitlnatlan. era Cruz Ynuuj; Cash has In en in die 1. It. Maun, former pastor of the Methnickist of tin- - trmilile ami has ac odist church, of 1'aris. editor of the initial himself with distinction. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT He Central Methodist, dvocate. Presiding as a host of friends in this section ruler anil prominent lecturer ami minvim are watching his course with ureal ister, who is taking a leading part as a The People's Market Place Advei-Yo- u delegate from Kentuckv in the General interest. ttse What Have to Sell Conlerence of the Mitiiodist Episcopal K (Munch) Russell jester-h- ) Church.Soulh, Arthur now in I'uadncnnial is Insure volt urourrtv Bromlev uioriiiiiK catiKht the larsest hass session at Oklahoma City, Okla., maj he made a ilishop hy the conference & Bromlpv. Stanford. Kv. ever cai'ttlit in the reservoir and ) It is underin the state. It was of the law hefore its adjournment. nouili .ariitv and tipped the heam at stood that thenumher of Bishops is lo E. Graduation .c.n -- miii.s .Hi, seven ami one Kilt he iiiueasid from 14 lo lo. in order iewelrv store. uresents at Muellers' p liners. He took the fish to Louisville ti accommodate tho increased where it was uttered in the Hourne & of the church, and the friends The many testimonial letters that we are continually pubTouring car. FOR S l.F Ford llond I'outist for the l.irKist hass ot Dr Mann helieve that he is in line lishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all genuauulit in Kuuiickv. In tlnir tor such promotion, and that he would ahout $HX) worth of extras. Price 400 Phone 54. H. C Carpenter, .Stanford. K. .v8lf in Louisville papers lloume till this high office with exceptional ine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude ' llmid slate that this is the larKCt liguity and ahility. for the freedom from suffering that has come to these ass ever caught in Kentucky Mr. FOR SALIC. n Edison grapho. s'iiS"iil has heen awarded the watch iiother hig chss will he lakui into phone with ahout 40 records; in good women solely through the use of E. as a prize and will riceive other Ihe local .Vest of Oivls at the regular shape. Can he hought cheap, Mrs. I. puns later, if a lariter fish is not meeting m the K. V Hall next Friday W. Clark. Stanford. Stanford, Kentucky nuht hv some one ile. .Sprinufield night Craig Thomas anil Dr. J. I. Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain "up. Hammonds, the organizers, expect a FOR RENT. A house and garden s,ood hunch of the McLiuney hoys to on Danville Street. such recommendations you may depend upon it that any For further inforJude John .V. Minefre. Jr., of this he on hand to take part in the fun. mation apply to J. Frank Smith, .Stantestimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any itv. a numlicr of Oliika Temple of ford, Ky. . lie .Shruurs at l.einyion, doubt of this write to the women whose true names and reiiirncd Saturday niifht from tlanta. where he addresses are always given, and learn for yourself. WRITE mc, telephone inc. comt and atlen.leil ih. annual gathering of ihe see me ahout your house, carriages clan. He s thai the CeorKiatu gave and automobile painting. Paper hangiut: Read .liur vi.ilora niv.il uitertainment and Shon on West Main street 1 specialty. that Ihe Uciiiuckiaus and especialh Camdicn, N.J. "1 was sick for two yearn with norvniis spoils, and 'telephone in residence. No. J. J .he l.c.M'iiKtim hunch attracied especial my kidnoya wuro affected. I hud u doctor nil tho tinio and used a licldcn. Stanford, Ky. -Ntf. mention. "Mtliouuh there were over battery, lint nothing; did mo nny good. I was uot ablo to go Balvuuio uehi thousand Shrmers. in hrilltant And Be Free Froai Her Troubles, to bed, but spout my tiiito oa n couch or in sloeping-chnir.nn- d soon A tan leather tnon-- v purse, LOST uinloriiia, and nnny of ilit-with in became almost a skeleton. Finally my doctor went away for his usual features and wondirful drills, the fastened hy a 'draw string, ciulaiucd but Finds Belter Way. I.eMitgton patrol wa gtvin a regular J3 or 5J3 in cash, mo,t in pai er. hi health, and my husband hoard of lvtlia E. llnkham's Vegutnblo Stanford, or along Danville nil e or ovation the entire hnuth of the line Coinnound and got mo soma. In two months I got relief and now I of march." raid he. "We never knew on the Uosley lane, Monday, finder am like n now woman and nm at my usual weight. I recommend how- - lo ace nmt for it, hut no sooner Columbia. Tcnn. "Manv a lime.' will please rtturn to this office awl reyour mediciun to every ono nnil so does my husbaml." Jlrs. Tiluk A'-wouiii nie uicika patrol appear, than lays Alts. Jessie Sharp, of this place ceive a reward. i mTtsita, 1135 Knight St., Camden, NJ. sonic one vvviihl .shout. 'Here comes the "I Yish:u I would die and be rclicvci Mlows frimi lilt llhie nnil thr. cl my Suffering, from womanly trouble TO THE Pi;iil.lC.- -I have for sak CRAB ORCHARD, KY. And ch.-emade us feel as iIioiikIi we had I could not get up, without pullinj; all kinds .if gents', ladies ami i' to go away from home to appreciate soms'ihinc to help mc, and stayed In be UtioA, Okla. "I was weak and nervous, not. ablo to do my work new and second hand clothing, n country. most ol the time. 1 could not do ittv at verv low prices. Call and ace me and scarcely ablo to Ikj on my feet. I hail backache, headache, housework. at the Hargaiu Store in cone rite liuilil-iti- g tution of tho heart, trouble with mv towels, und iuliammatiou. bineo News of the Churches M atreet. taking tho 1'dlti E. l'inkliam's Vegetable Comjiotmd I am Ixsttor The least amount ot work tired nu the head of Mill Stanford, Ky Adams, Kev. (J. Itoishart went up to Kast out. .My Phone than I liave U'en for twenty youiH. 1 think it is a wonderful mediiieau would swim, and I woulc 173 undertaker, 4(1 Jt Hernstadt Sunday to preach at the Ger. iremblc lor an hour or more. Finally, I cine and I have recommended it to others." Mrs. Mahy A.x Hadman Ki formed church there. He took look Cardul, Ihe woman's tonic, and dock, Utica, Oklahoma. lacnh dander with him and ihev ream not bolhered with pains any more ceived heart) welcome from the good and I don't have to o to bed. In fad if you can. Why should a Now answer this question l.rethren. I am sound and well of all my troubles." It NATURE'S woman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E. hi The Kev f. C Mitchell, who has Cardul pocs to all Ihe weak spots am' en of the First IliptUt chen-- at Disinfectant. helps t.o make them strong. It acis will Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that Lawrcncehiirg, for the last two have mad hit name famous all over Ih nalure not against her. It is for Hi United Statti and Canada. , has saved many others why should it fail in your case? atalaaa that lamind-- u Blla and moat nreii, nervous, irritable women, who fe I vaurUl rallanatt. Nallreaadla Coaspoaed of Roots, Herbs, Barks mad is il everything were wrong, and need LuatUa nat taucb tho LIVER. Barries. For treatment of Human Diseases. jiinetliliiR to quiet their nerves anC Fer fK Tears Lydla E. Plakhuin'R Yefrotublo radaabiiUIn Alo Root) tlaaa. Compound hut been tlio standard reinealy for fep PqDoLux U Mr hylUn with Um trtf Ircngthen the worn-osystem. Account! and Notri collect J and Claimi of runley's Indian Herbs 15 DayV Trcatmtnt, 1 1 .0 Ulwa ut. male llli. No ono nick with woman's ullmont all kindi lolled aim anywhere in lha United Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment If you are a woman, suffering from any Thmm Tiyr does juitlco to herself if sho does uot try this Staltt Almolii'elv No Cltm-fit-a- i Uii Dakota Jack's Cremo Scap, price 10c, 3 bars of the numerous symptoms of womamy He medlcime made from roots aad nerlM, It learn rollretluii In liindr, Our lytleni trouble, take Cardul. II will help you. AU ON SAUt AT has restored so many stifferitii: women to health. ihe money Atrial will cuovinic you. At all druggists. Se! DAKOTA JACK Sliuyars' Orua Stare, Stanford, Ky. irfciencei Wiile today. . To Nocthwcatsrn Omboy Writt It! Chaitariooca Madtclnt Co.. Ladiai' MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY (CONriBKNTIAL) LY.NN, HIHH.. for advice, OMI0INAT0H OP Adultoiir Otct, Chaltanccra. Tana, for St.ui Dakota Jack' Hobbo Adskeau Atkavta, Ca. Sotrenet, Ky. iiiid answered rURSUY'S INDIAN HERBS xetir letter will be opened, read pais book'llonn Tie.ST.erd lei weman." to plain ian:r. N.C 181 by u wtHHan uud held lit strict coulldencts. aSTiTrhIilwru The Painter Knows Good Paint Jfe says:- It W. I Inydcn, of Paris, was here this days. Miss Pearl tuntry Is the guest of Mrs. Fred Mohan at lamisvillc. Mrs, J C". I la), who has heen ipiile ill for several days I much improved (.ol Crorgc P. Ilright was up from McCreary county over Sunday with hit family Mr. and Mrs. V. (). Walker and family were the guests of relative and I Week ievcral i CASTORI Mt,il a . Mastic PainT KSi I '' i, aW If CASTOR ALl-OIIO- The Kind You Have Always Bought For Scratched Tables 'r KflS - Bears the Signature m of w u Mtwt4C T ji'ii ' 14.. laaaai riPi tni luiar "' PeflMlenniilk. r. via-'e- -- LNew Stanford Drug Co. w&2JMnm. ZWr.fiifi& 11 I m :: ipsr F In Use For Over i e Thirty Year s O-c- r "' .. S.i-l- .i . 1 e s hit da. Roofs & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES iit in-- Ex-jlusi- ve n, c. WHITE-MOO- N Kich-ircl- s. Mrs. Cor-.'M- tped i. c. Jec 0erlret, 1 Colt Futurity W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky (.)!. n llur-dett- ah-'c- st Ki-s- s i -Iy tlil lirar-liij- Sick. Woman lum-irn- Iraii-us- tfoadeiM Lydla Reliable evidence abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydla Plnkham's Vegetable Compound ii pro-nhl- mim-lershi- Ice Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers advir-isime- Vegetable Compound. Pinkham's GEO. H. FARRIS, U)-i i 36-4- p. this one from Mrs. Waters: is WISHED SHE COULD DIE o-- American Field Fence and Barb Wire W. E. PERKINS, this one from Mrs. Haddock: rs i;rn' clul-lm- xU our-ow- . 1 Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES it BILE it n Pa-aa- EaV' a3lal.' CashffrAccfun.sandNftts ut fu-wo- iu W 41 1 'V , fjiiT c t .. . , 4 f ., t ' , iTtf "Mug 1 W IsMiMSMljteAL VALUE BD FARM Meant After tnhtfttietVe Pee Remedies irnrraar tor sometime, we tslte pleasure In strlni thst ttiry ste tlriM rntirt satisfaction. d nd we cheerfully recotn-menthem. McMIKen Stock Farm, Waco, Tesss. Af wo ST0CK NCWt i""" I ''i?"!!!!!!?-TUKaDAY- ' pMtjc AT "" owned Jersey sows an4 FUR SALK.-Tone Jersc) Ifhll ready for service. U. T. -- I k a sclen- asM arc gemnin mcdtcmea mat you can r hy iimiBj. "bm uec ' remne.are iwtdHcl l SfNT nt D" eimstiita have Mfo used. a Meek wten ywi twt, t HtflredtenH. , , ! Bee Dee STOCK rOUlTRT MIBKINZ rwcr UNIMINT-D- IF Be Dec CoUc Remedy Ton can gel them at toot dealer's. rM 'k-- i MAPLES situated two miles from Lancaster, on the Stanford and Lancaster turnpike, will be sold at public sale, Tuesday, June 9th, at 2 o'clock. This place contains 250 acres of productive land, 175 acres now in young grass and blue grass, 75 acres now in corn and tobacco. The Farm is well improved, well fenced and well tobacco barn, with .watered. A new galvanized roof; stock barns and all necessary frame house is outbuildings. The modern in convenience, contains eight rooms, metal roof, two halls, two porches, the front porch being of cement and 36 feet long, cement walks and beautiful driveway throush a lawn of two acres, shaded with 100 trees, water maples, red bud maples and sugar trees. This is one of the most beautiful homes in Central Kentucky and only fifteen minutes' drive from the city with a $40,000 graded school. On account of failing health and advancing age, the sale is absolute. Persons from a distance desiring to look at same, will be met at train at any time, day or night, and all such persons are especially invited: Possession given any time and terms will be liberal to suit purchaser. T. A. ELKIN, Lancaster,EKy. 10-acre The beautiful old -- Home of Capt. T. A. El-ki- n, two-stor- y Buy Your Spring Suit of Good seed corn, known. s, Kent lcnow ucnL it is an early corn, sigorous plant and yield fine $1 50 per bushel, at F. Re id's farm. J7-- J Wl MHMWI rWlrlf CMC FOX SAl.i:. Limited cpianlltv of down chlek' ttiiVnt cores' pure German millet seed $l.5 per bushA lew drops la tbo el liewnre of western seed. cry few liinklnK Water cures md trerents ctiolerm, tllirrhoea dealers lue southern German Millet. and other chic diseases. One .Vr-- 8 Jas D. .Sliclbv. Danville. K tec bottle makes s ration of YOK SAI.l A blind horse, hut a tnerttftM At all J.rugelst. gtt!tl BamnMand booklet on "Ill orler also anntber horse, eases of Fowls" ncnt ntRK. good shape, a cane mill x'ltnd ami in Bevri Rtnttlr Co, Utlartos.Ij complete and a doicn nice shoats. J no. Vaiics-lurJ tarter Halls Gap, V O K I) K W Sicmore, tif I iibank, IkiukIu S UL- - Splendid small farm. of Hill Damiroti, of Clarinet, a live Ill acre miles trom fMCaslcr. jcar old horse mule for $130 S) , in Lancaster school district For Richard Mcrcc sold to Uill Itlack. nirticuhrs address Fisher Herring K Imth Pulaski ...iiutv pirties, a three-ea- r D No. 2. Crab Orchard, of Sam I. F old nude for $110 J7-- 8 Orand. Waco, Texas. II. Nial. of F.iiImiiI. sold to I m TO TUT FAK.Mfc.KS -- We are in the mett Mclorniack. in Hustonvilie. a wool business fur the firm number of good Duroc Jtrse) hogs at of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, scen cmts n uound iriugiiciu, ui Charles Wells, a proni'iiint farmir of iron, anu win pa) highest price same Wc want our th- South I nil of this munis, lioiight trade See us before )ou sell .1, D if Mile Pitman, of Pulali count), a hails & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. nice milk cow for $60. J I KSIA RUi.U Mastcrman Kcad G II. iwinbroad of Lancaster, pur111270. sire King's Grand: dim, Pedro S chased i spiuling ginnl pir of Lincoln Maul. This hull conies from a mare mules from R. A. Lawlong line orcsccptionall) fine millers. rence, of Lincoln last week for which ill make the scasifu one mile east he paid $.150. bought of Harris "t f C McClar) of Stanford on the Goshen pike at 4&..nj l.--i thnrst.vhbrc!. K"mely ttiuucy line at tile Kait J ow- - V'.-!- -. 36-New land. Stanford R D 4. Red llcrkshirc gilts at $20 each to be !' L Hi ck. out on Route 2. sold ten shipped to his cuusm J. F. McClary, of calves to J 11 Haughm.m, of near outh (.iri'lm.i. Shelbv City at $27.50 per head. R. I Horton. loci! stoil dealer was Fish and llrandcnburg. Fast Garrard down in Caev count) last wttl and of Unigbt up a bunch of calves. He got stock dealers, shipped a car load hogs front Paint Lick to J, F Sadler 15 from J M Lawless, near Jo)ce at s & Co. at Cincinnati $10 a hi ail and a couple of good J Lie Miirph), of the Markshurv from Feland Ntst at S.42 50 rath Mr Horton lost a valuable cow last MCtion bought a road horse from William (Hauls of the same district for vvcik, which broke her mcl bv Incom"75. ing tntanglcd m a tope to which she Solon 111 id. of the Ifammack sec was lied while gratuiKJ & S Weil & Co, and D N. Rccs. lion ot Garrard count v sold a mare to I lin Dnddcrar for $150. and liought a of Pans, made two shipments of fat cattle, of 10 and six cars respntivcly, horse from Luther Hurt ) tiling Jale Mvers has the best lamb crop lass i.tturilav The two shipments went jet beard ot this season He has 31 fiom Pciindcxtcr whirc the cattle had d ewes with 4d lambs, an avirage which iievn and contamtd 328 cattle i hard to beat Who can do it' Let The amc parties also slupptil from the I J hear aliout it. Lair Saturday, tin cars and ten cars Messrs Patterson & Rouse, of Pa) tie Monday, the two st.lpmtnts go to Depot, near Lexington, recently sold concern to Miller & Daglcr, of Richmond, Ind , L. R. and C M. Thomas, the well the icarhiig Hampshire boar, Roval known saddle horse bleeders, of neir avonte The rtiwrted price was $2"50. North Middlttowu, sold last witk to Mr and Mrs. W E McGuflie, who Thomas Uass, a prominent Missouri have rectntly married and moved to horseman, the saddle ihN tit), bought last wcekt'a farm confilly Mariam, by Rourbon King, out of 100 acres m the Wavncsburg taining Reverie hj Hnc Chief. The price paid section of C W Skclton The price was not made public Mr. Rass returnpaid for the place was $4,000. The) also ed to his home in Missouri Wednesday bought all the stock and impltnient of afternoon Mr. Slrltor Mr ami Mrs McGuffic The Woodford County wool growwill nioc to their farm in a few weeks. ers, who have maintaimtd a ool pool for scveral( jears, report the sate of this season's pool h sealed bid several davs ago to R Leslie Combs, of Lexington, a wool dealer The comprised between .W.000 and 40.000 pounds. This is the largest pool so far sold this season in Central The price was not made public nmwn In Anderson count), A and G R Hawkins sold to Hent) Knight & Son. of Louisville, 422 cattle, to be weiched up June 20th. at $8 per hundrtd Thev GOOD FOR THE ND EYES ONLY will average 1.250 .uuds W T Hond WEAK, IXFLAMED, HTRA1XF.B. sold to Monte Fox, of Danville, for TIRED, IIL'KT, POIMIJIKD OK Chicago parties, 400 slop fed cattle, BISEASEIk ETEM are anrvly Bade trooar. elritr, fcrrn, Itrnlilty and in 1.200 pounds at $7 50. Weil, bright by I bit gently rurallirti pro. & Lilian sold to a Chicago bu)-e- r pertlea of EAUEE EYE Ntl.VK. 1,000 head of catt'e on slop at Cedar On 23e. tabe works wanders. Rrook distiller) price not rejiorted. FOrlALli. K R0P 1 .19-- 2 1 y Nim McdKWfcfch. of Atlanta, Ga., and shown by Robert MeCray, of North Mitldletflwn, won right down the line in the piitctl classes in the South Carolina Circuit. First class Judges con. sidtr her an ctcellent mare this jear, J, (). Duncan, of Lebanon, made a valuable addition to his herd of Duroc lcri hogs latt week when he Wight at private sale thirty.scvctt head of ) ining Durors from John II. Williams, of Ptmhroke The price paid for the tlnrt)-scve- n head is rcimrtid to have 11 en ?l,50O s an rxpcnmint City Clerk Robert . Haulier of Cairo, 111., a few miles below Padticah, will krow sunflowers ii fift) acres of land he l'2 m the lelta siction m.tr Cairn lliftch cr was adtisid br a friind. who has s0 acres in sunflowers south of Cairo. He is plantiiu; the Mammoth Russian McDonald, WWHPrV'gi L. E. RUE -- - 1 vi SwMp J SAXON i . W r ' r"tl sic-tliit- i, Slt'slBVIniBBBBBBBBBBBBBTaisValsBVaV ucll-lnow- n fr - riijlil-vi'.ir-- -y 5 )ear-luig- - slo-te- ia 1 threc-vear-ti- ld Itiirton, of ihc llrvantsullc of Garrard, lecuitly Ixiught Six mules froiu .Sipnre luail of inn liotiinc at $fl a htad I'ttur of Mr them were marts and two horses tut ton has put them on grass at his farm for the summer Mr llurton has Lear of Lancaster, the sold in wool from 70 ewes which totaled 428 iHitimls, an avirage of alioiu six pounMs to the sheep Cintir llrns of Garrard county, r.x. porteil'.i car loan ot mixiil slock to J V S Idler Co. in the Oueen Citv There wire 117 head of swine ami four head 01 cows ami on ves in the con The following arc some siaiiuiiut we 4'iirriiaM s inane oy Limcr iiros, lor their recent shipment, some of the pnrkcrs having been raiud and fatten I'd for the rit market b the exirt Prom A T Sanders, ers themselves Vi hiai' of hos that averagtd a weight of 1.1 j pounds, for 7 icnts per pound Iroin ,1 I ( ricillis a doen porkers that lipped the beam at loll pounds for pir 'inuilitd. from S I Kts.li six li. ad of hogs that averaircd 200 suuh for 8 1 I etnts pir pound v tock (.'ar, tlic prounneut dt.ihr of Lancaster, has ln.ui bttving a bit.uh of fei'ilmg bogs from van ms Garnrd diakrs having lately bought W lit id at an averaae pnci of 7 I 2 cent an avirage w tight of 100 pounds (he loilowmg are some of Ins rccint pif From Law son an iluises of swine brown sivtu liniil of jiorkirs at 7 .5 4 per ixiunil from Rtifus Moss II Cints head ot hogs at J750 per hundred, from Iliomas Najlor jcictt jiorktrs at i cints per' ioiind, front James Thump, son 13 htad of swine at $7.50 per linn dred, from Rilev Ison of the Marks-busection of that count) at :f8 per R I g arict) J395-- A Good Low Priced Motorcycle Price Car-$39- 5 s--l -- 1 ". A Real Automobile at ' J i qj L. E. RUE & SON, Agis., KDEAy t-- fV's! ,'( tJ iBBBBBHsiBBav . ma & " ..! rEJi :;aWtassstA "Jfir MaOBsTafate? A. - . '' a. JajMsTa"aPy'?ll!sfa"a"asfaffaT .aJ ssMaMsaV r) hundr.d txt Kcn-tucl- ti .EEYE5J ILVL EYES-A- r.tr ship for the purpose of handling and shipping wool from that lxnnt and tin; flieces being clclucrcd dall) m gooil condition Thev having at nail) ciuajjtd alxjut 25,000 pounds at pneis ranging from 20 cents for the r grades to 25 icnts per pound for tne licst ipialitv of wimiI. 'Die limbs arc not as plimilftt in Garrard county as usual anil tlie shipment of the )ung wool bearirs will not begin for a fortnight or more, bti)cr hive alread) en gai,eil the greater number of them at fiom ft to 7 icnts ier iouiid. Private Ttrrv of the I lilted States ruv was sent to Lancaster from San ntonio, Texas, to take back with bun rl mf'-rio- Garrard count), have formed a partner- . A. Lear and F. B Marksbury, of HSSar V BaTaTBr sBim BBsV pIbV y Carroll Preston 4383 Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white; eight years old; 16 hands SIRE. Preston 022 by Washington 34, by Ciomwell 73 by Washington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam. Lady Pence by Forest (2863); 3d dam. Daughter of Garrard Clucl,(225J) 4th dam daughter Borie's Gray Eagle. J5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I hive facilities for caring for mares sent to me from a distance and will furnish good grass and the best of personal attention. In all cases a lien will be retained on foal for serviee fee, accord" ing to law. Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited If mares aie removed from stale or bred to another horse Care taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur, I invite inspection of all my hones and will guarantee satisfaction In all my dealings. He will stand at NunnelUy's Stock Peni, Stanford, Kentucky. nt x threc-)tar-o- Car-Pint- er J. F. Cummins AT COST What Others Say of Bohemian King 2410 "The Imperial Sire."Mark Field. "The most prolific prize winning sire in America."---Krum- . "The facts and figures prove an unparalleled record." Chronicle. "The greatest sire of the greatest colts of today."-MaddoIaWaT x. sKflLLLLLLmr aBHSBBHP9JS!Rrs9aaaaaaafc BBBBBBBBBBBBaflBBL Jl I linuT.1 ' f" . v - vr t " ?Sfe ? ? ft . Read the Show Records : Cltampion show stallion at a Sire of twenty-si- x prize winners in one year. He served 112 mares last season. His get always in mand. Season fee same as heretofore $50 for live colt. three-year-ol- d. rl3afc j ii? ? KjaaBBBBMfsaaaa IS j. Dr Jar.us 1!. Ktmiaird for an officer of the LT S rmy. Dr. Kmnaird some littli tunc agn iKiuglu two other horses ft r I' S officers, these tquiiies be mg si'iipeJ to the fort at Leavenworth, kails is avi such was the admiration bctowt'I on these two animals that the accommodating Lancaster ph.vsician vas asked to minhase another' horse for an annv ofliier who determined to own some of the superior horse flesh to be foi ml in this section; the hand-soti- c upiinc is a thrte vcar nlil and was bought from John 1J. Foster, of Lincoln county for c2j The Burks Springs Distillery vo, ntar loretto, closed down for the season on brida) after a succissful run, over 3,400 liarrcls of whisky having betn made Mr II S Mattingly, of Lninsullc received their slop cattle nn Saturday One hundred cattle were shinpcd lo Philadelphia Tbrs 147 per head and sold averaged a't 5S00 ier hundri'iL Scvent)-on- f that averaged 1.000 iiounds, wire shipped svillc Of thses 56 brought $7- lo i 85 and 25 sold at $7 75 The i' Co, at St Marj's also closed down last wetk after a splendid season Spalding & Co. who ownid the cattle there sold them to Fox. Blown Co. agents for Armour & Co Iliert were J75 head slopptd hire. 175 of wlui.li avi raged 1.151 and sold at 7 75. and 200 averaged 975. and sold at $70 Lebanon Falcon 1 limine-horema- horst purcbastd by W. O. WALKER A i ! JBBBBBbTB J- - de- BOSSEAU BBbBBBbV?. .jaBBBBBKBBBBm aBBaHKaMBl KcMnHiiV'!'wTT ' 5W,JaMasSaaB BaBBBBaBBE2HsWv!sBaTfcl27 ." We can fara a few wore mares new. Mffay fZ,:.. ifaPjBBKBBal Write, wire or visit us. Your patronage appreciated. ALLEN S. EDELEN, Owner, Gleiwortli Farms, Burgio, Keahicky llHHisBBBsiafeiaVsBw I will stand ray fine registered Bosseau at ray farm on the Stanford and Hustonvilie pike, one mile East of Hustonvilie for the season of Per-cher- 1914- - The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24 Au. at National Horse Ssl.uvy. FW dam Naughty (iirl h) Hex mericus 232000. sire of four years old, record 211 cars. record American Helle. thne and 29 others in 230 list, 212 son of Onward 1411 record 225 and l.i aire of Onward Silver 205 others in 2.W list Onward was sired hy Ceo Wilkes 151V 2nd dam Duenna sirrd hy Mainhrino Kirn; 1275, sire of of the Manor 204 h0 iiicliKliiiK l.ad third dam Dotlct h Nutwood re ocrd 2 18 and sire of 180 in 2J0 list, 4th dam Toimi hy Str.ithmore 408 sire of 90 in ?W list Fifth dam Willard by Albion, sixth Dam Neil hy F.dwm Forest. 7tfi I.ady Turner hy Mambrmo Chuf II The Warfield is an extra hiijh class horse, not afraid of an) think', a high attor and as well bruit n as any horse in and out of the stable, hat a Rood coat and carriage nice head and tall, He is a sure trotter fie stepned a -4, 4. 4, SEASON All Peavine 4092 1914 farm. 15, 1901, hrccl at Vi v,t East Aurora, N V l ml I Hire Dewon seven championships, vil 2W. lie Dark hay stallion. 16 hands foaled mile in 1X1 dajs handling. 224. The Warfield is a trill) made horse, of a' and bred in lines grand individual that entitle him to become a sire of note seeing that he is fl son of the Rrcat race horse and famous proginitor Dare Devil 20" The latter earned the title of the "Monarch of the Home Stretch" while on the turf, and after retirement to the stud acquired imperishable reNot onl) have the nown as a sire Dare Dcils procd great race horses many but the family has furnished noted show ring winner as well as King, both Dare Devil and Mambrmo of show stallions bemp champion National fame received more money in the show ring than an) two stallions in the woi Id The Warfield will mile the season of 1114 at our farm the H R King place near Mortland. at $10 to insure a lic coll. Season becomes due when marc is sold or parted with; etrv pre caul inn taken hut not rcsonsibIe for accidents should an occur Good grass can be furnished at $2 per mouth. ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation INSURE A LIVE COLT Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, weighs 2,060 pound and is Just the Kind to breed to, to get your big mute mares. R. L. BERRY, Hustonvilie Ky. 1914 at $15 TO Sire Rex Peavine 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 hare sold for better prices than any stallion in Kentucky Why not breed into the family that has nroduod the champions of the world for the last decade, such as Edna May, Hazel uawn, jacic straw. Diana ot the Lea. Rexali Punce, Jaquetlna, lacquline, Jaque, Princess Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many others. This is unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavine and remem-te- r that the colts of Mrs. Lowndes, she has sold for the unprecedented prices of $3,000 and $1,500 are out of a mare by Rex Peavine. Draw your own conclusion, and breed tn a horse of the most popular bloodline? at a living price. Rex O'Dare l'fivine No. 175, 11) Hex McDonald. 853, 1st dam F.thcl D No ti85o; 2nd dam Tnxie Quick No. 8855: 3rd dam d for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. NO. 3000 Hy Chester l'eavine No. JI84 by Rex M Fee $40.00 to Issue Livin, Celt-- ua a Gets Oae LIVE IN THE OPEN GOLF HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING lhv, left hind foot white 16 hands hiiih. foaled 1910 Will make the sea son of 1'IM at my stable on the Stan ford and Shelby City pike, six links fiom .Stanford at $10 to insure a liv ins colt No setvice on Sunday L. H. MESSER Stanford, Kentucky, R. S. SCUDDER, McKINNEY, KENTUCKY OTHER NOTED RESORTS HtadertonviM, WarnairUU, Hoi Spring, Bravard, Saluda, Flat Rock Lake Toxaway Tjrroa, Don't Fail The locelio ef our faOwr aivM ledur. low! InlaM Imx au)U lamm m anil Irom lac mmu by you. CH fetter ttfv to le-dw. aia im le cautsa and ftut: TANK CO. LOWS VI aya. ajttMIIll WW tlstMsaf. THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT At the same place we will also stand our fine, big Jack Tolbcrt at $10 to insure. Tolbcrt is three ear old. 15 hands high, black with white points and fine bone and weight Tolbcrt is by PeUon(and out of Clumsey, whose first dam was Woodson Montgomery's jennet sired by George Tarlingtoii'k IV) ton's dam was Napoleon jack. Shanks' jtnnet sired by Huff Dudde rar's jail Duddcrar's jack's first dam was (Ham's jennet sired by Uriguolia. See Tolbcrt before breeding )our mule mares. MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY PREMtEK CAR MM! OT THB SOUTH JaVaa. far faraW UfaratalUa iacal aaaat. R. TtsM. D. P. A. UuiavHU, Ky. I It has the only rial conlinuoua door opening. Hoops made of tested steel, Hoope can be adjusted from ladder Irani door frame. Doers mad of California Red. wood. "The Wood Eternal" To Get Your Share of the BARGAINS SATURDAY AT C. M. BACK & SONS, MORELAND, KENTUCKY a an PHONE MX, HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE. JJ's LL SANDERS. Crab Orchard. aWpaWNNsislmBp Ifcw'VWllllWWsflM yiitiiiisKa;i,,aaPil aii Wsi'un in ,40m4RimgggJ&1BBBUti