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ThU It up Witch tti BM Ofl Yoat Subset lrth ttftt Sts Whtti Ym ttaM. La-Ma- Rw im iy. rrAYfl SUNDAY TUESDAYS AH ;m AWAKEHCi T KE NUM URfLAR IN Hit MOM ecojaii SHOOTS AT BURGLAR Mrs, Kd Wilkinson Went After Negro With Shotgun last Night FREE DELIVERY IN STANFORD Might Be Preliminary Step Toward a Federal Building, Says Helm COMMENCEMENT IN EAST END THE Robber at Alfred Ptact Gordon Home ol Klmer Green Night on the heels of the burglaries Congressman Harvey Helm is writing at the Pence and Dcnham homes, an- to his constituents in Stanford that he Denham Alio Enteted other burglarr wax attempted at the is now hopeful of securing a public building for Stanford and mat an inhome of lid Wilkinson, the climax to Hie many burglaries tonsortal artist, on Lancaster street spector might he here to investigate At a occurred in Stanford with- Thursday night about 9 o'clock. Mist Hie Icasihility of free delivery of mail which year, the icsiileiicc of Mr. Ollic Phillips, of Liberty, niece of Mrs in the city. His letter reads as fol in the and Mr, Elmer IVnliaiu on, Lower Wilkinson, who has been their attrac- Ion s Washington D. C, March 20, 14. Main, was robbed early Thursday tive guest for several days, happened niornitiK and tnc niMiniKiH mwmi Al- to go to the kitchen for a drink of Dear, friend; ' rifle the clothes of I have always been hopeful that : water aliotit that hour, when she was was aliout to kV4 fred M. I'cnce. son of Mr. anil Mrs. h. horrified to sie a negro njnn attempting might be hide before my service in T Pence. Sr, a short distance west to push the screen out of the window. Congress expires to secure an for a creditable public bnilo-niof the Dcnbatn home, when Mr Pence Mn K.nr i scream, and ran to the for my home town. One of the awoke anil sored tlie burglar, a ile- front of the hoiie where Mrs. Wilkin-s(.- n and other members of the family Hist steps in this direction is the es um, off. Mr. Pence recognized the burglar a a negro liy the name of were sitting, and told them of her lablishiiiiiit of free city delivery, which ilay swore Mrs. Wilkinson, who is as hetetniorc the receipts ol the Post ofGreen (ionlon, anil the next his arrest Sheriff ll.'indi anil exnrrt wild .1 tlmR'tin at fice have not justified, and this has oil) a warrant for BA i t 'il' fikj t ),ttx flltttiaKKKr i Wealherford anil Chief of Police her husband is with a fishing h, stood the way. 11 I), farter foiiiul (ionlon working as .limped for her gun and running out Ihe last Postofficc Appropriation a section Hand on the railway, and the front door and around the house, Hill carried an appropriation to be lodecd him in jail, lie protests his in- filed a rhot at the man as he scaled the used for "experimental free delivery" nocence, hut Mr. JVncc asserts that he wire fence incr the back yard. am enin cities the size of Stanford. He cannot he mistaken in the nun. Judgr made Ins cseape. ami could be heard deavoring to persuade the officials of Itailey held him over to the grand jury running down the alley at the side, and ihe lost Olfice Department to have Mrs. Wilkinson fired again. Mr. J. T our eity selected as one of the placet tinder $100 bond and he went to Jul. It was shortly after two o clock when lllankcnship, who lives nearby, also in which this experimental service will b, teslcil Iht l Mr IViifp was awakened ly the flart brnril lb mat noivii,. n.,,1 M tnl1ibfnrnl of uih a of light in hit ccs, and he was start- kinson's shots and came out with his service alter such .1 test would he a led to see a riiiii in the room with a gun, but the negro had made his es- long stride toward securing the pubmatch in his hand, reaching' for his cape by that time, evidently badly lic building and would have great As he trousers which lay on a chair. H.ckct, frightened at the warm reception he weight with the Committee on Public Hiuldings, beore which Committee, ci had something like $40 in his had met. Mr. Wilkinson had not reMr. Pence did not hesitate hut shout- turned home at that hour but came fori for a public building appropriation, ed to the tegr toon afterwards and found where the will have to be made. Photo copyright, 1914, by American Preas Association. The usual procedure is to scud an In"Get out of here." and the intruder negro had climbed over the wire fence "got." in a hurry. at the rear of his residence. The spector Ic the city where uch experi Mr Ptnqc jumped out of lieil anil screen in the kitchen window was a mental service is to he tested, and the was right after the negro, and rati to brand new one and bore the barks of degree of interest, in favor of such In this picture Hre shown Lieutenant Fletcher of the United Stntes and the hack hall door, thinking he had the negro's efforts to force it out of service, which finds existing among Colonel Hernandez of the Mexican forces arranging a cassation of hostilities happened place. made his exit that way. It the Patrons of the Post office is one to permit the arrival of refugees. of the principal elements of favorable a White duck suit. Directly facing Lieutenant Fletcher Is seen on the left la that this door had hecn left unlatched him Is Colonel llernnndcs. negro had evidently consideration by the officials who d that night, hut the MURDER NEAR MT VERNON And Yet Some Want War at Once the establishment of this particular not tried it, when effecting Ins enRebels Playing a Big Role Now He had prized off a screen kind ol service. Other elements of trance. Washington, May 22. The 'further ,,,... - .li.iiniT rivxii window, and when Unidentified Man Found in Woods Niagara rails, Out.. .May are sidewalks and street a feeling oil the part 01 the urgent deficiency" appropriation bill, lights, in both of which I think we he found that he lad hecn discovered With Body Badly Mutilated Can meet the test; of course, stores and principles to the mediation conference making provision for more than $6,000,-fran acnis the hall to the dining njom the present fiscal year largely 011 here that the savage advance of the residences would and made his getaway out the window News comes I rum Mt. Vernon that and many of themhave to be numbered, constitutionalist army under General account of the Mexican crisis, was bethrough which he had entered tlie already are. ilia inevitably imist have a bearing fore the House today for action. The only thing remaining house. Not hearing the hack screen the Imh) of an27unidentified man, apbe years old, was found would lie an agreement onto the done uKin the settlement of the difficulties the parently aliout An interesting statement had been lour through which he thought part in huiglar had tittered slam. Mr ence by the ifhes of a camp fireplace the of patrons to place inexpensive Imxes bitween the United State and lluer-ta'- s prepared by the War Department to on at residences. I trust that party. show cxactlv the approximate amount the exclusion that he was wood, one mile east of that jumped at will have Wednesday afternoon. That he was mur the hearty When the South American medi- of the deficiencies in appropriations of still in the house, so made a hurried a dercil was plain, of every one head ami the invitation they Ihe O.nrtennastcr's Department if 'i.f as ators withdrew search of all the rooms. I.ut found .() had been beaten as his a bludgeon face 111. secdring this service, which. in ! or stated, would be the initial step in .s- had extended to tiencral Carranza to army, due to the Mexican situation to trace of him and the next morning an vine kind. A piece of blood stained lime M) next. This made a total ofo send delegate ecuring the public building to tnc Niagara Fall examination of the diiing ivm s.iowiU fence rail was found Ixxly, It includes $1,100,149 lor A letter from you to me, showing conference, because of the refusal of that the screen had hecn pried oil a and it was probably thisnear the used that was your interest in this movement, to he the constitutionalist leader to agree subsistence, $2,429,070 for transportarear window. worked at tlie by the murderer. The condition of the shown to the officials having tion of the army, both alone tlie bor this 011 an armistice to continue during the Tnc negro. Gordon. IhhIv uiduatcd that death had taken work in charge, will lie of much assist- sessions, it was stated that tlie confer der and to Mexico, and numerous other Pence home, carty in the year, and place two or three days ago location of the various looms. ance, and will aid me in my effort to ence would proceed to a consideration items relating to pay on account of in knew the The only clews He held the match shaded in one hand the identification of which may lead to have an inspector detailed to look the of questions growing out of the Tam-pic- o creased strength of the army by reason the dead man were incident and subsequent cause of the Mexican troubles. close to Ins face and Mr. Pence de- the trademark "Dismukes, Knoxville," project over. Permit me to suggest Of the total "amount in the deficiency clares that he recognized him the min- i:i the brown alpine hat which was that, if an Inspector is sent there for of irritation between the Mexican otil He noticed the army anil the American military estimates on account of Mexican covthis purK)se, he be shown such attenute he saw him wearing, fouml by the liody, and a Louisville ,t tion am! courtesies as arc calculated forces. ered in the bill, the Government algray coat the lurglar wait Nashville switch key marked "D. --7,and this was the kind of coat that Gor- (rfo. No paper of any kind was found to impress him favorably. Hoping to Official reports yesterday ready is obligated for $1,624,852. tomiiig arrested. have our help in this undertaking, trum constitutionalist don had when source reciting The figures presented showed that on the body. I am, ihe, victories of cry Kespt. Mr Deuliani, whose home was ilia and hi army in fitting uii chartered shins for troons The dead man was S feet 7 inches nrohahlv earlier the same iiigtlt. tall, the Salitillo campaign have convinced and animals cost $110,000. For horseHAUVLV and weighed alxnit 151 pounds. was not so fortunate a Mr J ence. as Ills hair is black and he had a scant here shoes and nails alone the bill carries representative In accordance with this Utter from the Mexican $12 and a ring he is loser of that Huerta's foes cannot be stopped. $25,000. The chartering of tlie steammtftachc He was clad in khaki trous- Congressman Helm, petitions are be- Moreover, the which were obtained at Ins home. execution of a ledcr.il er Salt ilia and San Marcos to June JI ers, a blue gingham shirt and a cheap ing prepared and every business man ilia cost $31,500 and for chartering of adworsted coat. He wore clkhidc laced and resident of Stanford will be asked general and his entire staff by BANKERS TO HOLD MEETNIG boots. to sign them, requesting the installation lias impressed ukii them the fact that ditional steamers to June 30, $379,900 of free city delivery and a government leader of the federal army cannot was asked. Altering the transport hope for mercy if they fall into the At Plnevllle Saturday A Number Will for cold storage cost $40,000. lor One Jailers Must Charge Regular Rates illuming left atManloril. J. office, petition hand of the constitutionalists. Go From Her? The movement of troops to the Mexthe I. another County jailers don't own the jails will be That the weakening situation of the ican border during April cost $155,509. and don't run. lK)ariliiig.ioues. in the at the Kitofficc and a third at Pen8 On Friday, May 22, GroupAssocu-tur- n opinion of Assistant Attorney General ny's drug store, and as soon as all federal lorces may force Hucrta's Among other things the bill meets a the signatures tiossihle have been oh- - hand is recognized here. The Mexi- ar Department estimate of $43,390 for II, of the Kentucky Hankers M M I.og.111, who has informed Astamed, they will be forwarded on to can delegates came here believing that movement of troops 011 account ot the will hold a joint meeting at I are being sistant State Auditor G. It. Lykens Washington any anuouncment of Hucrta's atti- Colorado strike and $14,715 for the Extensive preparation that lailers have no authority to make tude toward proposals looking large attendance, not only contracts with the Attorney General ol to a squadron of the Twelfth cavalry from male for a settlement ot the Mexican of Groups 8 and 11, but the trouble Fort Meade to Fort Wingate. llach Club Recital at the opera the mender I'nited States jiU various visitor from statutory fee. He for keeping United house Monday evening at eight o'clock. would be left to them to announce and their wics said, however, that their strongest card was believed to other districts arc invited in lint Gteat Pictures Saturday Night Boylt Boy Back From Mexico the Attorney General might make conFollowing are the hankers who tracts with the fiscal courts, which The Paul J. Kaincy African Hun' be authority gnen by Huerta to agree (Danville Advocate.) locker, Pictures, the most marvelous pictures to his elTaccmcnt conditional uion the went from this city J i have control over the jails, and then Robert Mitchell, son of Payne Mitchever taken, represent the absolute high selection of a temjiorary government ell, of Harrodsburg, and grandson of S T Harris, President ami Nice make any arrangements satisfactory . of the First National Bank; represent- R. H. C. Mitchell, of Mitchcllsburg. with the jailer as to his fees. The opin- tide in the gradual rise of the motion acceptable to Ihe interest II. Shanks ami Win. Hrighl. president io An ex. ed by him. was rendered on the recuet of picture idea of entertainment. arrived in Danville this morning from of the Lincoln Unm-t- v ( nuuty and All this, has been changed by Villa' of peel Hon of over .150 men spent a year lailcr Charles C. Foster, Mexico, where he has been located for National Hank, and their wives: M. Jefferson county, in whose jail the 111 the depths of the African jungles, successes. The federal forces Tues- some tune in the horse and mule busiIt. balm, cashier and J S. Uice. of the I'nited Mates authorities retused to and braved death from fever and wild day exhibited no love ot fight and the ness with Gaither Hrother. He atbeasts, 111 order that this wonderful en- leaders are not expected to offer the tempted to Leave Mexico City on April Slate Hank - Trtit Co.. and their confine prisoners at the rate of e wives, li. I. Tanner anil daughter Miss stubborn resistance that marked o 23, with twenty other American cmts per day Other jailer tertainment might be presented. and Ruth. F. M. Ware and daughter, Miss line agreed to take them for fifty Mr. Kainey. who is a millionaire many of the engagements with the was captured and taken prisoner of Mancie, of McKinncy. sportsman from Cleveland. Ohio, army steadily advancing upon the He was held in Mexico City sevprogramme is as fol- cents per day. The limine his big game hunt at first Mexican capital. eral days and his life was rcpeatcdlv low . merely from the point of sport. He Marcum Walton Wedding May 27. Aa Hucrta's supporters fear threatened. He was later released and limitless session at J P. M., at Lyric was the first African big game hunter that he result not The Lexington Leader said Wedne-namay dare await the out- after many thrilling experiences reach-c- d Theater, called to order by president : Friends here have received new-- t to provide that the wonderful scenes come of the mediation. It was bea small port Hear Vera Cruz where ot limup 11, J M IJohintoii, president the forthcoming marriage of Mr. Id he saw, and the strange experience he he iMiarded Orleans steamer of Fui National Hank, HarlHurville, C Wulloii, iwner and editor of the passed through should be preserved cause 0$ his feeling that all principals Mrom New a York he for New to came of the ccinfcrcncc yesterday accepted for the delectation of the American unhesitatingly a dispatch from Mexico of Orlando, Fla., I'ailv Keporter-StaHe say a state of great disorinwcation. the Rev. Robert F. Jor- 'o Miss Maud Marcum, of Catlettsburg public, through the medium of the mosaying that Huerta had himself con- der exists in Mexico and thai the dan. Pmevillc tion picture. Accompanying his expe- firmed reports that he was willing to rebel are headed ofr Mexico City and Kv. Tile happy evmt will be celebratof welcome, J. M. Gilbert. ed at the bride' home in Catlcttshurg dition was a large corps of expert ddre retire if his resignation was necessary tluu 111 hi opinion the place will be response--., Peoples' Hank. Pineville. on Wednesday. May 27. Mr. Walton is photographers and 'motion picture camMr. Mitchell will return to Judge Lewi L. Walker, Citizens' Nat- widely known throughout Central and era operators, and whenever there was to peace. Later it was learned that taken there had been an error in transmis- Mexico as soon a order has been reional Hunk, Lancaster; A. T. Slier, vice Kastem Kentucky, where he was long a hunt to be undertaken, or a dangerseized two stored. Mexican soldier Hank of Williamsburg, Kv.. a."ciatcd 111 the newspaper business ous tup into the jungles these intrepid sion and Huerta had not authorized Gettys, president with his brother. Col. W. P Walton. men of the camera and film were m the sum a statement, but this did not carloads of horses and mules belong-t- o Address. F M Mr. Mitchell and Gaither UHrothers. materially change the situation, It awas Union The bride to be cashier Kaiikcr Association, it the daughter of Col. foreiiont. cwiiciu 111.11 some such aniiouuccuieui Otlierwise they suffered no financial National Hank. Louisville. "The Ef- Thomas I). Marcum. formerly Register The Kainev expedition consists of lOssCi. was not unexpected. fect of the Kegional Hanking System of the Kentucky Land Office and now men. $25 black men 135 camels, If Villa and hi forces are kept out U) hore, l dogs, 54 o.ven and on Country Hanks," "Good Roads,' Mr. a candidate for the democratic nomi15(1 Fiscal Court, to Build Bridges II. Reese, first assistant highway nation for Congress in the Ninth Kensheep on the hoof. Mr. Kainey, Prof. of Mexico City, according to belief here, will not be because Huerta i County Fiscal Court The Lincoln .ngmccr; "Honest Competition and Institute, strong it enough to deny entrance to hi tucky district. They have many friends Heller of the Smithsonian will meet here Saturday, May 23, for individual discussions limit- and admirer in Kentucky to extend and others, and their personal retinues enemies. Such an advent can be avoidthe purpose of receiving and opening ed to five minutes. them hearty congratulations upon their met Mr Allen Illack, of Australia, and ed, it i of iveHirt of committees; election of of- union. Immediately after the wedding Mr. Augustus Outram, of the Trans- problem said by speedy solution H. the bids for the building of a bridge ovei confronting the A. C, the creek on tibertv road, in the town adjournment. ficer Mr. and Mrs. Walton will take the vaal, at Port Said, and while traveling mediators, and few believe this to limit of Hustonville, for which about to Momhassa, completed their plans. be possible except through the K'oyal Palm train for Orlando, prompt $NUi was appropriated at a recent meetSermon to Masons on St. John's Day Dr. William Johnston was added as of Huerta ing. The court. has also appropriated Lincoln lodge No. 60, F. & A. M., is physician and surgeon, and a staff of andallcomplete capitulation to of the demands of the Washing- the sum of $400 for a bridge over HangMoonshiners in Adair planning to revive the ancient custom photographers. At Momhassa the com- ton government. U, G. McFarland and W A. With a solution of ing Fork on the dirt road between the of the lodge of having St John's Day plete Safari, or bunting journev, was this problem deputy I'nited Stales Mar- arranged. and the report Republic old ltosley place and Hubble. The celchr.ited each year with a sermon in Illack giants of the shals, mad a raid into of South America are in accord con- sum of JS00 was appropriated for the county dair on of the local churches, at which the lithe and agile Swaheclis, thin cerning the future judicy of Mexico last week. On the farm of Mrs Thoin-.is- . building or reconstruction of a mile membership of the order will be presami wiry Kavannas, and Kharkuas, the the wh" lives a few miles from i medntor believe that Carranza of pike from Waynoburg toward the ent in a IhhIv. St. John's Day in June they found a one hundred gallon courageous inky Massai, and smart ilia their assistants would sub- I ulaski county line, for which many ilth, which lalls tin year on Wednes- still in operation It was being Somali, all African tribesmen noted scribe and th.-i-r findings run bv for their endurance to and bloodshed .it'zen of that section of the county day. Dr. M D. Karly, jiastor of the and other worthy would end. loh'' U Carter and Dennis Hell lloth iptalities, accompanied petitioned sow? time ago. Baptist church, who i himself, an enthe expedition, Although th?re i no money in the thusiastic Mason. yill preach (he er. men were arrested and the still de- some as employees and cariiei, ami stroyed liYought The two men were treasury available for these approprianion mi (he lodge in the Presbyterian At Niagara Falls lieforc T. C. Davidson. United States the remainder tor the love of the stMirt. church. at 10.30; o'clock. A special Mr. Ramey's expedition cost him over Niagara Falls, Out., May 22. The tions at present, the court decided to divert some of the road machinery imiSH'l) program will be arranged for Commissioner. Carter confessing. Hell $250.(X;(). and the time consumed was three South American mediators was tried Friday afternoon and held believing that these the peensiou. This great picture with' the representatives of Gen. funds to badly purposes, The over. The accused failed to give bond about one year needed. court ha will be shown at the opera house on Huerta and U. S. A. to learn in general they are and were conveyed to the I'll i abet 3 Per Cent Raise on Boyle Sticks Saturday night. way the viewpoint of the American also redistricted the dirt roads of the jail whure they will remain unis preparing to have overThe assessment of Kenton, Fayette on various tentative county ami representatives and Franklin counties were accepted by til the October term of Federal court, plans for a solution of the Mexican seers appointed and hands warned out William Carter Dead to work the dirt roads. he State Hoard of Initialization. The Louisville. Columbia News. Wilb'.tn Carter, died at hi late res- problem. board increased the assessment in Hath idence about one mile and a half cast pursued the The mediator same Somerset Dry Victory Upheld county 3d per cent on lauds and lots; Drowns While Fishing of Parksville, about six o'clock Moncourse with the Mexican delegates toSomerset must go "dry" under the day afteriiiMiu, at Mr. Poyle county, 5 per cent on lands and U. Anders, 45. formerly a conductor Carter had been in day a they did with the American local option election held September declining lots, and Carroll and Gallatin counties, wa health for several years, and peace commission last night. No on the Louisville & Nashville, 21'. l''IJ, when the "dry" had a 10 per cent on lands. Laurel river, near Cnrbin, drowned for months his lungs had been involved formal expression of views wa of 57 The Court of Anneals in developing tuberculosis, 4 o'clock. and for severbut the mediator suggested Wednesday afternoon about an opinion written by Judge Nimu New Gaugers Appointed The body ha not yet been recovered. al days, his the judgment o fthe Pulaski He was born death had been expected. hypothetical step looking to a setlle- - Anders was fishing with a Party of A dispatch from Wahiugtoii say in Lincoln county about e. t of the Mexican imbroglio and that lames L. Hrady and R. A. Hum-sid- e Ciicuit Court, sustaining the validity 57 year ago; was a member of the learned the trend of thought of the friends, when he suddenly fell into the of the election in the case of J. H. Hall, Christian church, liave been apKinti'd storekeeper It is thought lie was seized water. He was twice mar- delegates. and ganger in the Danville Internal etc., vs W. II, Gregg, etc. ried and i survived by hi wife and No. proposals of a definite character with aiHiplexy, which he had been at- Revenue districts. two and fueled. He leaves a wife and several Stroud, a negro, wa given years,children, aged about four and six had been made to the American Ainu ,also it was understood that none were children. death s.ntence in the Whitley Circuit age, I'.lder a son, by a former marriCross? Feverish? Sick? Child Walter Carter, who is a contemplated today with the Mexicans. Coughed for Three Years A cross, peevish, listless child, with Court Wednesday for the murder of prominent minister of the The conference between the MexiChristian Hubert Hryant and Fred Stanford. church. coaled tongue, pale, doesn't sleep, cats to "1 am a lover of your godsend can delegates ami the mediator lasted sometimes very little, then again rav- Stroud claims he killed them because an hour. At its conclusion Fmillio humanity and science. Your medicine. enously; stomach tour, breath fetid; they stole money from him in .a crap King's New Discovery, cured my Kahasa, chairman o fthe Mexican dele, Dr. Read This pains in stomach, with diarrhoea; game. The Texas Wonder Kidney cure gates, said cough of three years standing," savs grinds teeth while asleep, and starts cures diabetes, and all irregularities unio, "We arc merely exchanging idea lemur Plenung, ol isew Hands and up with terror all suggest a Worm Dull Feeling-Swolle- n of the kidney and bladder in both and getting each other's point of view. Have you an annoying cough? It it Feet Due to Kidney Trouble men and women, If not sold by your These informal conferences first with htuhltoru and won't yield to treatment? Killei something that expels, works, Your kidneys need help when 'your druggist, will be sent by mail on re- the American and then with the Mexi- net a 50e liottle of Dr. King's New Dis and almost every child has them, Kick-apo- o Worm Killer it needed. Get a box hands and feet thicken, swell up. and ceipt of $1. One filial) bottle is two can delegates will continue until there co ery today. What it did for Jennie today. Start at once. You won't have you feel dull and sluggish. Take Foley mouths' treatment iint to lav before I'lClllliig 11 win no lor you. 110 uimu-- i and seldom fails is some definite to coax, as Kickapoo Worm Killer is Kidnev Pills, They arc tonic stimulatto perfect a cure. No definite !ai bow stubborn or chronic a cough may Send for Kentucky the lull conference. a candy confection. Expels the Worms, ing and strengthening and restore your testimonials. Dr. i. W. Hall. 2920 of settlement was suggested to us to- I c. It stops throat and lung trouble. Re. the cause of your child's trouble. 25c kidneys to healthy normal action. Try Olive street, St. Louis, Sold by drug-gist- day We merely talked over the wh "if or money back. 50c and $1 at your at your druggists , them. For sale by all druggists. situation." (Advl '"ggisl. well-know- n lae at 1 MKr. 12 appro-pri.ttio- ii fit T ; ; v Wa rf'-jJ- 111 aP 'V 1 wfamWc&BBkf Arranging a Truce at Vera Cruz con-Hi- u or 1 1 fed-er- al rou-l.r,- l. Hl-.L- al-o- ad me-vill- e. 1 Prcsi-iden- t. 1 cen-t;--fi- : y Commencement Program For CraduatH of Stanford GradCrab Orchard, May 22 ed And High Schools Our graded school taught by Prot. Hancock mid his assistants. Prof. Lov-e.l- l. Misses Judd, Floyd and Cox. held Regular work at the Stanford Graded lis coinniencemcnt exercises at the and High School closed Friday and llaptint church on Monday, Tuesday Commencement exercises begin .Sunand Wednesday evenings, of last week. day with the Baccalaureate sermon at On Monday etening the little tots of the Christian church Sunday evening ill. tCi o.l Kave one of the most inter- - at 8 o'clock by Rev D. M. Walker. jesl'ug 1 '.'rtainments ever given here. Other Commencement exercises of. next ' 'I hey si.owed remarkable talent fcoth week will be 'held at opera house iin elocution and music and held the which will be artistically decorated une of the audience during the der the supervision of Miss Annie Mc i lorm.iiicc. un Tuesday night Kinney. liourteeii young ladies and gentlemen A program has In en arrriiged I engaged in an oratorical contest thai u.r .he tunc Sunday iwiting, as fol.would have compared favorably with lows : jny held 111 our hirer- - elites I'rof WilOrgan oluntary. liam Martin, of Richmond in comment Invocation -- Hymn Book No. 10. ing upon their efforts said he had jut Congregation standing.) attended the same kind of contcu in Scripture reading Selection JW. Rev. Lexitigti 11. and that our contestants P. L. iJruce wee in no wise behind those of Lex- rcponsiely ) (Congregation will read ington. Hymn 513. one deserved a prize. Taking Scripture Lesson Rev. M. I). Ea'rlv. lur age 111 consideration, we would Anthem. Itavf hem compelled to have given litPrayer (Congregation with bowing tle Miss Ila Hunter a prize had we heads) Rev C. II. Greer. been a judge, as she is' not much over Soprano Solo. Miss Catherine Grethirteen years old, and showed a great gory. amount of oratorical talent lioth in the Baccalaureate Sermo- n- Rev. D. M. election of her subject and the way Walker. she handled it Mr. Shirley Goer rePrayer-R- ev D. M. Walker. ceived first prize of four dollars, Miss Benediction No. 16 In Hymn Hook lulicl Gcis.l second prize, three dol(congregation standing.) lar.,, Miss Myrtle Giezl received third On Monday evening, May 25, the prize two dollars, and Mr. Boyle. ass Bach U11I1 will give its annual recital .Singleton received fourth prize of one IP the opera house. The Club members dollar, although he certainly recited in will be assisted by Mrs. D. S. Brom-Ica most perfect manner, vnhnist. and Miss Catherine Gregory, vocalist, from th- - class of MaWednesday was tli- - regular comdam Dotti, of the College of Music. mencement exercise, awarding prizes, and certificates and diplomas. Mr. Cincinnati. On Tiiesday morning the Class Day Shirley Cover won the medal amid the cheers of the vast crowd. It has been exercises will be held by the Senior a most .ucccssful year for our school Class at the opera house. On Wednesday evening, the formal anil the young people deserve great Commencement exercises will be held credit. aV the citicra house, for the address to One of the most enjoyable social ev ents .! the season was the reception the graduates and presentation of diplomas. iven li;. Mrs. Margaret Goier, on last Hie Music Department of the school Friday evening in honor of the orawill give its annual recital on Thurstorical contestants, anil the cradir-itof the Crab Orchard graded and high day evening at the opera house, con. numschool. The floral decorations wcr- ' ui ooui piano ami vionn the ciass colors, green and white. In ber The program for the Class Day exthe receiving line with Miss .Cover were Mr. Shirley Govcr, Misses .Myrtle cretes Tuesday at 10 o'clock will be follows Mum and Ida Judd. The oratorical as President's Address Spalding Hill. contestants were Misses May Bailey. .Music Josephine Carpenter Ila HttntT, Myrtle Gieszl, Ethel Olcszl Historian Llizabcth Matheny. Anna Karnes, Gwendolyne Huniimrcy, Grumbler Marion Grimes. Bessie Reynolds and Messrs. Jdontz Quartette Josephine Carpenter, .ElizaFish. H.svle ass Singleton, Humllev-Najiicliennie Duke and Shirley Gov', beth Matheny, Spalding Hill, Robert Carter. er Other guests were Misses Prophet F.ffie Baughman. Sarah Hundley, Kate Napier Oratiotr William Grimes. Kirdic Perkins and Messrs. Thomas Duet Ef fie Katiglunan, Elizabeth Utonaugh, Hillie George Holdmaii, lid-gThompson, John Stephenson, Wil Matheny. Giftorian Robert Carter. liaru Thompson. Jack, Perkins and Last Will and Testament Josephine William Humphrey. Music anil cam,. Carpenter. were indulged in and then the crowd Ciass Song By the Class. repaired to the beautiful, decorated din- mg room, where delightful refreshCOL. W. P. WALTON ments consisting of strawberries, ice cream and cake, were served. The party broke up at a late hour, after Sells Florida Newspaper Interest and Will Come Back to Kentucky assuring the hostess that they had been most delightfully entertained Col. W. P. Walton, the veteran jourProf. Hancock left last Thursday for hi home in Shcphcrdsvillc. He is one nalist, who left Lexington last fall to of the very finest teachers, a splendid make his home at Orlando, Fla., where Christian gentleman and while here he became associated with his brother, made many warm friends who regreat E. C. Walton in the publication of the of that city, has to know he will teach elsewher ' next Daily Reporter-Sta- r sold his interest in the paper to h's season. brother, and will return to Kentucky Miss Edith Hancock came over from Shcpherdsville to assist her father in about the middle of June to permanently reside. the closing exercises, by rendering some Col. Walton, who excellent selection on the piano. Her owner and editor ofwas for many years Jourmusic was certainly a great treat to all nal, later removed to the Interior where Lexington, lovers of classical music. he established the Morning Democrat, Last Saturday night Miss F.dtia King and when that paper was absorbed by gave a social at "her pretty home, in the Lexington Herald he became the honor of Mr, William King, of Indian- owner and editor of the Frankfort apolis Aliout 75 guests enjoyed the Journal, which he later sold. Col. Walton is one of the best known music and dance. All had a most time. Miss Fdna knows how and most brilliant newspaper men that to entertain and the younger set enjoy has been identified with Kentucky many happy hours at her hospitable journalism in recent years and his hunhome. dreds of friends and admirers through, Mr John Jones and wife, of Coxlon. out the state will be glad to hear that Ky are visiting their sister, Mrs. Lucy he is coming back 'no more to roam." . en-ir-- Exercises at Crab Orchard Graded School Mark Successful Term ACCALAUREATE SERMON Inaugurates i.i.al I v. e 111 r, v; Mavmc-llobhna- n, . . "I 'J &l ej McClm-e- Dan-vi'l- e. Miss Polly Reynolds, of Goshen, is Ihe guest of Misses Maud and Nell Gooch. Mr. .lack MrCall, of Tennessee, was r, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Agnes . Mr. J. D. Steeubcrgeii. of Eubank, motored to Crab Orchard Sunday and took Mr George Stephenson back to help hun in "his carpentering contracts in that city. The Dellorde heirs are beautifying their home .on Stanford street. A cornice, new tin roof, newly topped chimneys, and will treat the house to a nice coat of paint. Mr. William Humphrey, of Jcllico, Torn, is here on a visit to Ins parents at the Humphrey hotel. News of the Churches Rev. C. 11. Greer will preach at Lo- Heirin. gan's Creek next Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Kich-urdto- Vahk-amb.ih- s, Mill-toiw- today-talke- 111 1 . s. Cattle Stampede Over Cliff Collins, a prominent stock dealof I awrenceburg, suffered a heavy er lots tins week by a stampede of a herd of cattle. 'lhe were on pasture near the Kentucky river when they became frightened and the entire herd service. at the Presbyterian church started toward the high ground. In the Sunday. May 24, Sundav school at 9.3(1 mad itis'i they went over the cliffs and A M. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, three 1,400 pound steers were killed insubject "Righteousness First, Things stantly, ten seriously hurt, several of Afterward." No iening services be- vvhtch will die, and a number have not cause of the Baccalaureate service at been found, the Cjirist'hii church. Foreign Missions Day in the Sunday school will be ob- Relieves Bladder Distress and Weakness served May 31. Iriegular, painful bladder weakness disappear when the kidneys are strong Fisher Penny Handsomely invitation and healthfully active. Take Foley Kid- -' engravtd have been received here reading as fol- uev Pills foi that burning, scaling sen. painful action-heavlows : Mr. and Mrs, William Boone Penny sole feeling and bladder distress. You will like their tonic restorative effect Request the honor ol your presence the relief from pain quick, good reat the marriage of their daughter Corme Gilbette sults. Contains no harmful drugs. Try to them. For sale by all druggists. Mr Richard McKcnncy Fisher. Jr., Whitley City Wins Saturday evening. June the sixtti uinjUTii hundred and fourteen Whitley City is the county seat of McCreary county. The appeal of Pine at eight o'clock Knot citizens, contesting the second Fit st Baptist 'church county seat election, was defeated in Danville, Keuluckyy. the Court of Appeals Wednesday. Most Children'i Diseases Keep Bowel Movement Regular Start With a Cold Dr. King's frew Life t'llis Keep tlont-acl- i, Restlessness fevcrishness, an iuflam. Incr and kidneys in healthy con. ed throat and spasmodic cough may be u hooping cough is starting in. Give ditiou. Rid the body of poisons and Foley's Honey and Tar promptly. It waste. Improve your complexion by helps the children to very much, and flushing the live- - and kidneys, "I got Mrs. Shipps, Kaymondsville, Mo., taytl more relief from one box of Dr. King's '1 got fine results from it and it it New Life Pills than any medicine I ol a great medicine for whooping cough." ever tried." says C. F.. Hatfield, Chicago, III. 25c at your druggist. For tale by all druggist' R. S, 9-sation-irregular. Sunday at the Methodist church the Su.ulay school will meet at 9:30 A M, the pastor will preach at 1045 A. M. N'o service in 'lie evening on account of commencement service. Services at the Baptist church on Sunday. May 24th. Sundav school at A. M.. Preaching at 11 A M, by 0 the pastor. There will be no evening Paris Bank Closes Doors The hanking firm of George Alexand& Co.. hankers, at Paris, was closer ed Wednesday by State Commissioner Thomas J. Smith, Deputy Commissioner Rankin R. Revill and Examiner J. B. Chenault as the result of an examination made by Mr. Chenault. Mr. Alexander and others interested in tin. bank came to Frankfort this after-roo- n and held a conference with Mr. Smith. Afterward they returned to Paris, and Commissioner Smith, Deputy Commissioner Revill and Mr. Chenault went to Paris took charge o fthe institution and posted the statutory notice on the door.Buckuer Woodford, of Paris, has been appointed a special dtputy to wind up the affairs ot the bank. The bank's capital stock was $40,0i)0. The last report showed $22,500 surplus and deposits of $270,-00Commissioner Smith declined to make any further statement in regard to the affairs of the institution at present. 0. , v a u !1 : A, I i v . THE INTSIttOlt " T0VRNAL W1PAT; IT AM FORI. KKWTPCKY mmmKmmtmmmamtmtam MAY M, YH4. - 4 1 - ' St f aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaLaaaaaaaV laM HKMTMf IvNTMsl HiKLTON I A M. HAUrMCY IN rroprlrtot ADVANCE TEAR BTlttCTLY pottittflft mill mattar. f DKC i.i- 1 ..tRIP Alii trtn4 rial gnlrtti at Sltnfirt m MEN'S FURNISHINGS You are not well dressed "BEATEN TO A FRAZZLE" Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'H'- i 5l? Beckham Hat His Two Opponent, Say Congressmen From Kentucky with only a fine fitting suit of clothes. The little things of man's apparel do their, part. SHIRTS-- in TIES-Lo- ok Congress have the rumbling from Ken in Washington the memhers of Ken- SBBBarwTiflKBB. ."i afBBBBBBBBBBattfcaBBBiBftjac- KjuLSHHKu' TVJnb M and brcfrcshcd! iHj4ELl23fjfakfffi I at 4U.'a V. 7. k k Demand the genuine by foil name Nickumca tncourtf aubitltuUon. B7 M , Whenever vou see an ATLANTA, GA. aaaW .ataaaP Arrow think ef Coca-Co- la. Hon. A. 0. Stanley Candidate for the nomination for the U. S. Senate, subject to action Democratic primary, Aug. 2, 1914, will speak at Crab Orchard, Saturday, May 23, at 3:00 P. M. tucky anil forscc the winner in senatorial primary. A ilispatch to the Cincinnati Kniunrer till, week sanl. Waihir gton. May 17. That former Governor J. C W. Heciham will he nominateJ for iicnator by tnc Democrats of Kentucky, hands down, if all three of the candidates now in the running continues in the race, n Hie opinion of practically the entire Kentucky Democratic delegation in Congress. n A canvass of sentiment in the today foind that, although ome in sympathy of the mt tubers arc not whti the candidacy, ot ltcckliatu, they an- - substantially a unit in the belief tlat lie has got his opponents "bcal-rto a frnzilc." "I must not be quoted, either public-I- ) or priatilj," said a prominent member of the delegation, "but there will he only one outcome to the senatorial contest if Governor McCreary and Representative Stanley both continue in the race, and that is that lleckham will he nominated by a sweeping majority. There is onlj one possible ay to beat him, and that is by the withdrawal of cither McCrcarv or Stanley, and Jeuht if it can be done ever, then." Another prominent Kentucky mem "lleckham will he an easy Iter said winner, in my opinion. The masses of he Democrats of the state undoubtedly are for him." The same sort of opinion was given by nearly all the Kentucky Democrats who are high in official circles here. For evcra! days rumors have been rife that either McCreary or Stanley would withdraw, but when these have been run down it ha appeared, in ev-- rr case, that the wish was father to the thought and that the idea emanated from some one who wanted to sec ltcckliatu beaten and who believes it cannot be done without a union of Mccreary and Stanley forces. Even then it is doubtful whether the one With drawing could deliver his forces to the other as against lleckham. Instead of withdrawing both McCreary and Stanley seem destined, as far as can he learned, to stay in the race and take the count. The statesmen and politicians at Washington see that the Kentucky senatorial race has proceeded far enough to indicate that lleckham cannot be headed off. Word has come to Washington that Marshall Bullitt, of Louisville, positively will not allow his name to go before the primaries as a candidate for (he republican senatorial nomination to succeed Senator Bradley. In Wjoming, Colorado, Utah. Idaho, California, Washington, Oregon. Kansas. Arizona and Alaska women have full' suffrage. In Illinois women voti upon practically all questions, except for members of the state legislature. This means that in the next presidential election nearly four millions of women will be enabled to voice their preference for the president of the United States, and may be a determining party factor. dele-ganon 1 plaits and tucks, and negligees, all white or fancy effects, at $1, $1.50 and $2. into our tie cases and you will wonder how it is possible for man to niake so many colors, shades and shapes, and yet every week WE GET A NEW ONE. SILK but now we have an COLORS at 25c. SOXWe have had the eye-opener boys beaten all the while on our PHOENIX 50c SILK SOX in a beautiful, glossy, all SILK SOX, ALL and a money-save- r BELTS have become as necessary as trousers or shoes and we have them in black and any size from 26 to 50. Price from 25c to $1.50. tan different widths-a- nd H. J. 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It gives an immediate and grateful sense of relief, checks irritatton 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 satisfy, every cent paid for it will be returned to you. Complete treatment $1.00. tri;d get- sun without "JU" draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the is crantl. fri TIZ" i. iiijcieal. "T . trouble so FROG POND !"TIZ" will cure jour foot The weather is very cool after the up jour ;aic voull never limp or nraw rain Tuesday our shoes won't seem tight in Mrs Clara Oakcs visited Iter mother andpain, feet will never, hurt or get our Sunday. sore," swollen or tired. Mr. William Heck had a sale SaturGet a 25 cent box at any drug or day cverjthing sold for a fair price. instant Mr. Lafc Lewis, wife and little department store, and get dauuhters, Vcrna. visited at Mr. W. II. Harris' Sunday. Mr R. E. llorton, of Stanford, was Mr W. T. Elliott wife and son Esker, here the first of the week. like their new home. Mrs. G. W. Ellison is on the sick Miss Lena Oaks is on the sick list Hr. at this writing. Mr. Acton Routcn is ill with appenAshford Suns, wife and little son, Marion Duval visited her parents Mr. dicitis. Mrs G. W. Padgett is vers ill with and Mrs. W. V. Elliott Saturday and Sunday and attended church at Mt blood poisoning. Mr and Mis. D N Perry and Miss Olive. Mr Aden Sims was calling on his Maud Caldwell spent Sunday with Mrs. Edwarn I'.stcs best girl Sunday. Mr W D. D. Hajes returned from Mis Laura Sims spent Sunday with Miss Lena Oakes and reports a fine London Sunday, where he has been attending court. time. . relief Just use "TIZ" Penny's Drug Store 'The Rexall Store" Children's Wash Suits For summer time there is nothing better or more saving than the Wash Suit for the little fellow. Rompers, House Dresses for the lady who has no time for 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 it conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound management and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. s. tew davs auo. Jwhich showed 134 votes for lleckham. 11 for Stanley and WAYNESBURG for McCreary. The comity organizaMrs. E. C. Jordan returned to her tion has been captured almost to a man, home in Stanford Sunday after spendavs Mr. Mount. Lexington Leader. ing a week with relatives and friends. Misses drac: Smith and Miss Mary Mrs. Mona Dunn Dead W"urir.er spent Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Mona Dunn, of Danville, died with Miss Mary Smith. it the Danville and Ilojle Hospital, Mr. H. II. amglcton went to Danm Wednesday afternoon, after an ill- ville Sunday. ness of only a few dajs. She was 70 Messrs Oliver Singleton. Koscoc vears ow anil had liecn a devoted mem- Wheeldon. Duran Smallwood and Er ber of the Christian church. The de- nest Gooch attended the teachers exceased is survived by three children, amination at Stanford Friday and SatEdgar Dunn and Miss Ella Dunn, of urday, Danville and Thomas. Dunn, of Texas. Mr It I Fagaley went to Danville Thc funeral was conducted at the Mondaj to begin work on a dwelling Christian church Thursday afternoon for Mr H. H. Singleton. at Danville. Mr. and Mrs. R. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hutler and Alma Kejnolds, Davenport Miller Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carey and children. Miss Bessie Davenport, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Urban Singleton and i. vv. iiavenport, rresfdent of the M.r. and Mrs. A. U. Morgan. Velma Dunnville Hank, and Elba Miller, of and Glum Morgan and Mr. Ralph Ross county, were married last week and Van Singleton motored to Hickat Columbia. The bride is a talented man ltridge on the Kentucky river Sunsoiing lady and the groom is said to day. 'ie a splendid young man. Mr, John llaughman passed through herr Iondy in his big touring car. Mrs. N A. Johnson, of Somerset, ENDORSED AT HOME Mrs. W C llrown, of Dry Ridge, and Miss Delia Singleton are visiting tlit-- i Such Proof as This Should Convince mother, Mrs. 11. A. Singleton. Any Stanford Cititen 7 the Ilaptist people Several Arthur Lee Cutter and .Miss Lula will attendofthe Fifth Sunday meeting vVooldridge. prominent joung people Claunch will Rev. C. oi Libert, Casey county, went to Dan- at Libert v. introductoryT sermon and ville, where they were married this preach the for a talk. week. The wedding came as unite a Rev. K. G. Martin is down weather that A Straw Vote in Garrard The several days of dry .1. K Mount, representative from surprise. prevail at prtscnt are a' blessing to farGarrard county in the last legislature, mers in this section Corn planting was candidate for postmaster of Lancaster Helps Kidney and Bladder Trouble few of them had Everybody Satisfied getting late, and but ami experienced observer of political planted any, up to last week, but they people are taking Foley have put in gixd time since the weathEverywhere coiiditiorif. is in the city today on a short Jiusincss trip. Mr. Mount said Kidncj' Tills, and are so satisfied thc er admitted, and most of them are about that in hi!" community, the lleckham urge others to take them also. A. T. through. stampede has become a rout, and that Kelley, Mcintosh, Ala., says: "I reThose who know say that W per there will be few votes for any one commend them to all who suffer from cent, of the democrats in this county but the former governor cast, accordkidnev troubles and backache, for they arc for lierkham for UnitcdStatcs Sening to present indications. Mr. Mount are fine." Hrst thing can take for ator, and are working hard to convert hacs his conclusions on an impromweak back and rheumatism. For the other one tier cent to their way ot ptu straw vote taken at Lancaster a sale by all druggists. thinking. Stanley is said to have two bac-ach- e, Wooldridge Cutter MIDDLEBURG nere county and in the followers will not average one to the voting precincts in the county. Heckham's upright conduct anil the disgraceful manner in which he has been treated has placed him might) close to the hearts of honest democrats of Kentucky Golden Dawn Springs, at Yosemtte will have a formal opening Saturday. May lrd. A brass band will be on hands, to make music for the occasion and there will be various other attractions for the entertainment of the people. Mr. and Mrs. M. T Kceney will luve charge of the hotel and the springs, this season and they are said to be the best of hotel people and predict for them a prosperous business throughout the summer. Our old friend W T Coulter, who spends most of his time on the banks of Gieen river fishing for sunperch saj s he has not been able to obtain suitable bait for some tunc He Charlie Spears and Dr J M. Hauey to furnish him with crawfish tails, and right in the midst of the lish-inseason they went on a strike He admitted that he had hired them too cheap, and was willing to arbitrate their differences. supporters d g sewing herself. s, All kinds of new Dry Goods, Embroideries and Trimmings. We also have a large stock of Clothing, Oxfords, Odd Pants, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A special price now to all. Come in and let us show you something you have never seen before, Ham-burg- ROBINSON'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY "Honor Roll Bank" Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Transit No. 73-235. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 5Z&ffi8r ROV'J.AND E.Tniimniiii-- rm- -r attwwai Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House ' For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. 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A"P- All Vor fWtnr. !. 1? $.50 iMMiMnr Round Trln .50 Round Trl lxall. - SPECIAL TRAIN Masons' Meeting Lincoln LoJje No. 00 P. A. M., muta In and third land tommuulcilloa on racli at 7 Mndy sight of cacti month llrt o'llork in firlr hall on Mala atirrl, htantorl. Kjr. MfJi Lri of al.tcr lodzra frattrnallr IDTltfd to t prraent. J. W. 1UKUANI). Bta'r. Ltmt JUNCTION CITY 5:35 J. L. Beazley & Co., A a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. fl Slop tht 11 UrtiHr Oae Lose Germ Breeds MHlioas tor or rut letl lh term under tb .kin. ll you Uun'l tup llf trv.clintf ihir w til t inUUoiM U Itw djjt. llll PR. BELL'S A I Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blngbamton, N. Y. .".',','. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in J. C. M'Clary I 1 I ft 1 ft I J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY slop th brct'lliiea'cw.. It kps twar sit olh.r B.rmf. A II iwulhcf bnd bt.L a. .una aa rou dm ll. tie. tau will pravtnt bunjrtda of doiun et UeubU. "Tall It D Th Ball" II Antiseptic Salve Prove What Swamn.Root Will Do Foi You High-Clas- s Monuments Send ten centr to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Ilinghampton, N. Y., for a sample size UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER bottle. It will convince anyone. You Original Designs and Prompt Service Dealers in will also receive a booklet of valuable Juaraaieed Quality Connections at all information, telling about the kjdneys 'trinlte and Marble Quarries. Furniture Mattinfl, Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEfi and bladder When writing, be sure Office and Works on Cemetery Hill ture Exchanged for all Kindt Office Phone 167. Home Phone 93. and mention the Interior Journal. Reg- Closed on Saturdays Of Stock fifty-cesiie bot- Telephone. No. 164. and ular STANFORD. KY. PHONE 42 STANFORD, KY, TANF0RD, KENTUCKY. tles for sale at all drug stores, one-doll- ' if -- V ifi TUB IftTBftrGR Br?1 JOURNAL STAN FOR., KKMTtfCKY. FRIDAY, MAY , 1914. .W Booking ratrFroBonfo Aasoolotloti Oft 11- - 5 The Most Marvelous Motion Picture Ever Taken--$250,000 Production A i . ; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 'if?; . Paul J. Rainey African Hunt This Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, or cooked-u- p certificates, or falsehoods of kind, can change the fact that any In Six Reels HEARD ABOUT TOWN 6. THE SAFARI TRAPPING THE HYENA-M- R. TARLTON'S FARM CHEETAH HUNT OSTRICH FARM-T- HE THE WATER HOLE VARIOUS WILD ANIMALS-KILLI- NG THE RHINO MONKEYS PLAYING-T- HE LION HUNT Opira House. - Stanford, Kintucky Tw Shews i Saturday, MAY 23rd 7il ArimlssUn 1t ami 2t , C I'.. Ilowcr of the firm of Warner llowcr, was called to Lima, O., Tlntri day 011 the account of the death of his mother. D. D. D. for IS vtnrt The Standard Skin Itemrdjf HOLTZCLAW Progressive AND JESSE for Congress y Candidate! In Eighth District. The congressional committee of llic Progressive party held a largely attuned meeting m the of lice of State I luirmau W. b. Lawwill, at Danville I luirsday allcrn jn. Some important ainvvmcenients were made, otic of vvlii.V was that the Progressive party in Kentucky would not iujc with the Hcpulili can party, but would coiitmin. to art independently. J. K lloltielaw, of ti.nr.ird county, and W W. Jesse, ol .Mk lliy count), announced that they would make tne race lor the I'rogri's slvc no muation tor ojiigress in the Mull th district at the August phrifnary it was further announced that J I' Kairleigh, of lmisvillt, and ("norge W Jolly, of Owcnshorn, a 011 Id he the contending candidates for the I'mrtsMv nouiinatioii for 1. lined Matis .Sciunor at the August primary Senator Bradley Very 111 Washington, May 21. After freiuk"l fluctuations between improvement and depression the condition of Senator Hradlcy, who was stricken yesterday with acute indigestion, was pronouuc ed dcMnrate at a late hour touigU What the morning hours might bring forth his physicians were not prepared to predict. So critical was his case ) nigtit that Ut, Lewis A. Walker, tne a'lendiug physician, called Dr James I. Mitchell into consultation and for a 'ong time they worked over tlicir patient. IJr. Walker nail heen m at or within call throughout tendance iast night and all todav, and expected to tetnain on duly in the sickroom or nearby until tomorrow also. sixty-seveiil- The Maxwell "25M is here Phone for Demonstration H. C. Carpenter, Stanford. Kentucky At Lincoln County National Bank ,f . News has been received here that Ike Shelhv. who went to Hot Springs. Ark., for his hralth is very ill and has never Ml the hospital. JimUii.n Gij Picayune. of John Prewitt, a Kpiil.ir farmer Markbtiry, (iarrard enmity, was painfully injuied this week, while, shearing some mule. One of the animal became unruly and wedged Mr. Trcwitt against hc haru breaking several ribs. Instant Relief r Skin Troubles Guaranteed Remedy Th Shunars Drug Store Stanford, Ky. has been found by the Royal Baking Powder cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute offi- purity and wholesomeness. Musicsle at Hustonville The ladies of the Ilttitonvllle Chri. church have arranged with several Dan Tralor, a prominrnt farmer, out Mai' musicians, as well a home on the (ioben pike, caught the largest talent to give a inusicale on Thurolav bass this week that ha been caught in night. May 28th. There will be both 'his ection this spring. He caught and vocul with tableau and tin flh at the Dix river railroad living fjirturcs interspersed. It nrom. r i.m Tht live pctm! ise to he .1 treat and a full house i ?e!'hcd and was sixteen and a half inches long. expected. n !s aaS tifw IfllkfiV IF HE HAD ONLY PUT Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Daily Yamlcvcrr I ahlc to Ik illrien. iuii after several lav Will Ue my, a prominent farmer of Garrard county, vva. hrrc Krulay Mmthvvv I'cnirl ami John 1'Iuk-1I Mis little arc visitine Mr O.ttt' parent, Kev. and Mr W. K ll.ijunl. this pbce. Adair County .on. Lewi Ne HoKard, llouen (kmh V.r. Mttlliy'Oatts and , of Daf-illc- Mrs J W Carter, of Lebanon Junction, i the Ktt't of her lter," M' ' day in LonUviflr tln wtck Mr l.cc Hall, of Cincinnati. Iia hern v'ifltiiiK In wiif in Lotiitvillr tliu Krno1iU Mr. Y vverk M'nt evrral . ilei, Mrv Holtoii Canii-hell- 1 Jeje Sweeney, the Stamlaul Oil Man of l.ancsitcr. va liere a short time on Thursday en mute to Uminillc. Mi l.ettic Walker McKmnry ha. hevn confined to her room for icvcral ilayt, on account of ilnei. Mr. Mary Penny i visiting her son Dr. W. II. iVnny and family ul IJun villc litis week-Mr- . I.iric Simp"1! has returned to her home at Lancaster after a vint to Mn. Powell at lliiMtmvillr. Mi. Givim Harmon and Mr; Mar llu Minor, of Perry illo. are viaiium Mi Kinma Warren. Mm I If. Walker, of l.atioater. wIk ha liccn here for evcral day with her sister. Mrs. J. C. Hays. Mis Margaret Ovcrtrtrt. of I'ark-vllli the nuest of her sister, Mr. L li. Davit. Misc Pearl and Grace KieJtU, h have lrcn attending the Normal c!h1 at Richmond, have returned home. Little MU Maty Klizahelh Ntinnrl h, has heen quite ill for several days thi week. Heath Severance went to Crah Orchard Friday to snend several dav with hi lurcnts, A. If. Severance ami wife Mi. Marry Jacolis and children went to Henderson. Ky., Thursday morninK on account of the recent death of her father. Mr J. M. Collciider. Misses Lena and Mary Dee Heck, of McKinney and Anna Chancellor and Carl Carter are the vtuts of Will llakin at Corhm. Mrs. Thos. New land and little d.iuuli-tr- . of Wichita. Kail. Tex., and her sister. Mr. Keoeli, of HiiwImk (Trent, arc the RuestJ ol Mr. and Mr. T. D. Xedland. s Will Paxton. Doc Matthew. and Sam Mivore, of Xidiola-villc- . were here Wednrsday for a short time. S. Alhert Phillips, of the Phoenix a with National Hank, of Lexington, relative in the county over Sunday. Sentinel. II. I:. Kent, the efficient manaucr of the Stanford Water, LikIu & Ice Co., ha ritruntd home later iendij! several days in liuisville with his sou. Heveriy Knt. Mrs. Kellcy. K. Francis 'f Middle-trttro- , hat returned home after a visit to tier father, J. S. Mocker and other relative. Mer father returned home with her to remain several days. Mis I'lorence Trtieheart has returned alter a visit of several months to her brother, Dr. i' P Trtieheart, of tvewfotiiH.' Sterling, Kas.,audrcl at Sterling. Kas., ami relatives at Wichita I'alU. Tex e Dick-Mos- Mr (icorh'r M. McAlistcr left yester-l.- i, fur a week' visit to the family of Mr and Mr Henry It. HriKht ami other telathc at Van Dorn. Ala. Mt. Sterling docatc. Mer J. Hi'KKtn, It. It. Hurnam. Selliv WiitKiu ami C. V. HiKKins ti.red to lltttonville, Sunday, heard a fine ermon hy a talented yotuiB divine anil came home in the afternoon. Kiehmoni) Climax. Mr. (' I. tiovcr and Mrs. M A. St mr. of this place Mr. John Meier, of Dam ill, and Mi Emma Meier, of I ouiville, are at the lcdide of their .1 other, Mrs .lohn Meier, of HiKhland. a Ixi ts tiuitc ill. Mr. Hanks HmUon will entertain ith a reception Thursday attcntoon in wr.or ,f Minn Comic rniny, whose rarmuc to Mr Kiher. o 'Stanford will take place in June. Danville d vocate. Rowland Patterson tlmr Pattcrou, a fanner of tin count) and Mis Louella ItowUnd. were mjeri'il ul the home of Itev. KoRcr tni week. The hriile is the daughter it Mr and Mr. Alford Konland, Terry Dtatherage liuijene DeathcraKf. aue 25, and Mis Annie Terry. . ill, were united in inarribRC Wednesday. Mrs. i a farmer of this county, while (he hridc i the accomplished datiKhter r.r Mr and Mr. I. W Terry, ol the Neal's Creek section They have the uihe of their man fnemU for much :o and happine throtiKh life. Death-cKivt- rph Ireland, of Stanford, wa in J Plenty Fire Insurance for All Danville on 'itisines yesterday. He is Yivii car. get all fvou vvjnt in Old Line being prominently mentioned ; a compani s that will pay you promptly iiceeor to Prof Otcar II. I'"al-l- is tl von have a Don t let oiir poll- principal of i High School the Danville Graded cie'f la.ist U. M. NcAland. 40 tf He is one of the and fit Central Kenbet known scIkmi! men The llulklcv. .the Kurnpean novelty tucky Danville Advocate. entertaliicr. gave a fine urogram at the They close Lafe Morgan, a K.ipular merchant of opera House '..11 night. Morelanil, was in town Wednesday in their engagement here tonight with a strong program hi new Kochlir truck that he had purchased from Nelon. of Danville, Mr Morgan will ue this truck Kccivcd cat on sale for the Rach to carry paengers from Morcland to Club Hccital at Shugars drug store. Lexington, making the trip daily. He teervcil scats 35 cents, admission 25 1 will take passenger on at every place ctnts; scliifd children 10 cents. along the way to Lexington. inh-sib- lr lo. , 41-- A. Hammond. ! Uuell ho went to Louisville several week ago, for treatment, has returned home, very much improved, a statement his friend will lie glad to read. He it one of the enterprising of Itusscll citizen county. Adair Cminty News. Mr. Spring, 0 iv Hubert Carpenter' five passenger Maxwell demonstrator got in Wednesday and i being admired on all sides. Mr Carpi ntcr has the agency for Lincoln and several neighbor comities and rfotng to push this popular auto for all it i worth. He know that pub. licit) jiavs and that the best way to get it is from newspaper advertising, so buyers will find it to their prosK-ctivintcreM to read his ad in this paper from now on. Mr. W P Kincaid. the Stanford to. haccn mill, was in town yesterdav and ay he has never known such pfcndid prospects for a large tobacco crop a exist this season. All growers have an abundance of large, healthy plants the in shapd and much planting has land ilready been done. With the first rain hundred of acres will be set out. Most of the growers arc preparing to put in a larger acreage than usual and altogether an immense crop will be grown 111 this section if the season proves favorable Danville dvocatc. 1 e. GREAT DISCOVERY KUYKENDALL'S GREASELESS HUSTONVILLE Siuct (Kitato plants of all kind .it D. W Dunn's. Danville Gets K. T, Conclave Col James Russell and Mr. Rush The annual conclave of sell f Gravel Switch, spent Sunday the Grand Commaniie.'y of Kentucky with Mr. and Mr. J. M. May. Knights Templar came to a close at Miss Lula Isaac of Gravel Switch, Fulton Tiursday night, with the seis visiting her friends. Misses Lula lection of Danville as tne next meeting Mav and Margaret Hays. to iv Master Kdward anil Miss Lucile Un- lend the iDeafMcCrcary has agreed for and Dumb Institute g derwood, of Lebanon Junction, are hotel purposes, the principal hotel of Mr and Mrs. James Nevius. the tovn ha,l.ig been recently desMr (irorge Robinson Sandidge and troyed by fire. with Mr. and wife, spent the week-enMrs. J. M. Tarkington. PERFECT CONFIDENCE Mr. Joseph Tarkington, Jr.. and wife vvcrr ncent guests of Mr. and Mr J. Reason M. Tarkington, and Mr. and Mi. J. M. Stanford People Have Good For Complete Reliance McGraw. Miss Margaret Ovcrstrcct. who iia Do you know how been attending the Commencement at To find relief from backache: City and stopping with her Junction To correct distressing urinary ills; To assist weak kidneys? cousins. Misses Mary and Ada Steele, returned home. Your neighbors know the way Mr. K. IC. Davis and Mrs. Davis, and Have used Doan's Kidney Pills; their friend. Mis Davis Rainey came Have proved their worth in many d.vvii from Stanford and spent Sunday test. evening with Mr. and afternoon and Here s Stanford testimony. Mrv V. 11. Ovcrstrcct. Mrs. S. I. Hubble. Lancaster. St.. Ova May. Mr. Stanlord. Kv., savs "Mv kidnevs had Mr Sam Hays. Mi rthur Johnson, Miss Mae Cozatt. Mr. been long troublesome. Mv back ached Claruicc Tucker and Miss Tthcll cortinuously, and sometimes was so Mr, Shuttleworih Tarkington lame I could not bend over without and Misses Marie and Laura Tarking- great cfofrt. After using Doan's Kidton. attended the play at Junction City ney Pills, my kidnevs became normal last Thursday evening. and the backache left. This remedy Mrs, Jesse W. Ovcrstrcct went up to toned up mv system and 1 have since Stanford last Sunday to see his bro- enjoyed good health." ther. Mr W. II. Ovcrstrcct. who is I'nce Mc, at all dealers. Don t simpsuffering from a violent attack of ly ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's measles. We are pleased to state, he Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Hub slightly improved ble had. hostcr-Milhufound his brother Props., Co.. .rid his condition not regarded dangcr- - Huffalo, N. y. vis-itind rn PARKSVILLE W.Ji moiw, kW' t Pllrli itiux Ti w iaHelilliflHrtVfc.'fex his money in the Bank he would have it now -- ill rm IHlLsVJ w V m UUVL- - WlHWILl U vWVHOi. MAak Tl 111 f UIjllMII VJ, aWfclH laaMllaaBninaV VVaVaaaaaaaaaaA. S&iAfc, CVlfirvviiV x s U va IVjJ U WmWv'A ,A NaTL' VTvirFVOa KU CMUlAJbJi; ssJKxesvssamj. sjs- - Start Now What do you wish to be? You can be a success at lots of things or you can be a success at one of a lot of things, but you only need to be a financial failure and you are a complete failure. "Money makes the mare go." If you have money in the bank you are not a failure provided you put it there. Nothing succeeds like success. Nothing fails. Make OUR bank YOUR bank State Bank W. L. McCARTY, J S RICE, G. G. PERKY. Prea. & Trust Company Surplus, $1 ,160. 0. L. PKNNY. M. B. SALIN, Gapital, $50,000.00. Cashier. W.G. SMITH, BROWN AND OLIVER Walking and Riding Cultivators '81 at W. H. Hig'g'ins We also have a New Rider for level and hillside plowing. Something new. Try one. UatflHKJtaaaaubsaat( OU.' MR. LEWIS A. RIFFLE tell. hi. expriac wkk cough and colds that Ual ssanrouMtM Met Colds are often mrcravated dur- R? ing tho Bummer because Inactive bowols and a etomach out of order aro prime causes In keep-Ip- k a cnld from sjcttlnir well. a, ''aaaaaaa .l il ' very beneficial laxative quali SSSSSm .SSSSH . ties that neutral- 10 such condl- - Mr' Lewie Riffle, tlons. Its tonlo lngroJIcnts tone up the eystom, and thus Invigorate the tomuch's) functions to normal activity. Mr. mine's experience Is especially Interesting at this time of the year because It shows the close relationship there Is between a nervous breakdown and a neglected cold. should bo kept In tho home t all times, that a cold upon Its first appearance may bo treated promptly and successfully.. This often saves money and tlmo, and whut Is more Important, a great deal of vitality. Mr. mine, of 758 Oautcnbeln Ave., Portland, Ore., writes: "I havo found a most romarkablo medicine for building up tho system and for curing coughs and colds. "I took It for four weeks a few months ago when I was all run down, nervous and debilitated, and It quickly restored my health. "I always keep It on hand, as a few 'doses will cure a cold If taken In time." People who object to liquid medicines can now obtain aBaaaim-JiBBBBBPe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- has LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY reil Certainly docs cure any anil all itch-ne- " Meiim Haiilininn. Kncleman. I'enct Skin Troubles such as Kczema, Tet mil Ciai)e1l. aeciiinpaniru the kid hall er. King Worm, Poison Oak. Itch, ttrum here last Saturday with a victory Hlistcrs, Kmt Hues, Chicken or the Sluifonl hoys. 'the litre daughter of Mr Coi,p-eih Prickle Heat. Nettle Hash ami lid Stu'ihorn Sores thought to be Can- ut mi the MiddleliurK lke. on the l ant fir. n, who ircrivcd a hri'keri Up icrs. Gives instant relief and cure last week here m town is reamed a mvsictans fail TK ONK HOTTLK. J, SM.h T vettmi; a iotii! ery nicely. '1 lie acci Xnv Stanford Dnig Co. Stanford dent hapmned here in town She and F.d Tanner, McKinney, Ky. of 'jtlier were playtu in the yard Cha. Adtms Hustonville, Ky. if J W. Hoskm' when she wa clmih-hi- s Thompson Drug Co., King's Mt'ii. over a fence and her foot caught Caldwell Drug Co., Wayncsburg. her whole weifiht aitainst and thr-iher hrcakittK it below the knee. ATMAN MANUFACTURING CO las W Allen, of the Wet Fnd, pur GKfcNAbA, MISS.. Casey county last week a lnel in lot of ,'iok and sheep, which he of on arrival here to Myers, AlMercer Murderer (Jets Life Term ien & Co., at fair prices. The hos were The jury in the case of Turner Colter, who was tried in the Mercer CirhitUied o the tttv. Mr. Hailcy Hill ami wife, of Stan-fur- cuit court this week for the killing t. crncy Moiling lat fall, after brint were here Wednesday, tho latter mt fifteen hours, returned a verdict haunt; "omc dress makiiiK' done. f gulltv. giving the defendant a life Date Skuincr. of Stnnetra. Va., is The two here on hi yearly vacation and is lookuitcncr iji the penitentiary men wcre'attending a public sale near ing awful well at present. Whv can't we hae our town cleaned H,irriN'iiri; when the killing occurred. up a some of the nllev. a well as iilaces on Main street arc in bad look- in.; couth ti A visit by the president if couii'y hoard of health would be ""v acceptable m our midst and have omc ilttle work done. Our side wa'ks re crowded with machinery, until it s dangerous for pedestrians to walk li,np for fear of rtmnitiK over a har i'iv or something else of the kind We ;ue an oiilinance forbidding such am) t seem that cur city father could or dr the marshal to have same remove I it once and make our street have .1 "ore decent appearance. The bitic grass seed crop promises be a fine one, if wo can have .1 good a n at once, so as to bring it up higher , Ibe stripper can be Used. I U'rwiO'ly is as busy as bees plant X orti and plowing over w hat has cm planted. Corn i coming up splcn hdh this time, which is a great thine 01 the farmer, as seed is awful high . uou !t v . d, 1 ' 1 Strawberries arc being brought in "inv and arc something fine. With a iod rain now the crop will be .1 large one. The cherries hive most all fallen off 'ti this section, due to the late freeies in blooming time, it is thought Mrs. IT I). Simpon. of Lancaster. ti tin'.e. For Scratched Tables Other Furniture and Interior Woodwork Tablets. I'ctiiriuil to her home the first of the ctk. after a visit to her sister, Mrs ! S. Powell, who has been quite ill ir some time, but is resting iuietly it present. Ke Maddox, of the Haptist cliunh i' hick home after a week's i;t ! N'adiville, Tcnn. There are the finest lot of tohacct nliiits in ;liis section th.it was n seen, and a large crop i expected to c put out this season, if the weath- i will permit right away. There is a large lot of land all ready for setting. is soon n a season can he had and !' 'and still being prepared t for the ctop. of our cititeiis went fishitiR on A lot Tuesday in Green river, and were well mi for tlicir trin as tliev sticcccucu in and catching some awful nice ones more have sjone today to try tncir hick with the finny tribe. mmiC Rt store 1 the orlgintl briutr no tnstttr how bijly icraichrd or soiled It'i a wood inia ami variiiili comblaciliii one Cvmtainlt Katuml Wo J color. Wlit4, VMandSilvtr h'uamtt, All Hi ft. Mad nd guartntod. by PEASLUE-GAULBERT Very few women or men seem to to Tango or get Dancing Exercise unless they are assured the freedom from aching feet that alien's the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes, always gives. Since the tendency to bold Dancing p.irties jet. has become almost a daily and hourlv Rev J. T. Chasteen preaches at the necessity in every conununitv. the sale YoiliM i.!iimi1 huiissr nest Sunday. of Allen's Foot-Fasso the Druggists Mrs. J. T. Chas'cen has begun quiltreport, has reached the ing 25c. mark. Sold Everywhere Trial package KUEK. Address Allen E. Olm. MT ZION sted, LeRoy, N. Y. Farmers are very busy planting corn now. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Mr. and Mrs Fiigine Ilrovvn are rejoicing over the arrival oi a little son at their nonie, who was christened Es-t- The People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell Jones. They are the ones that had the misfortune of tlicir little hov getting drowned a few weeks ago. STRAWHERRV Crates at W. H Ilryun Hrown visited his daughter, Higgills. 1 Woodstock Monday. at Miss Minnie Naylor. of Hroughton-tow- n Insure vow urocertv wi'li Bromlev is staying with Mrs. Ida Thomp& Bronilfv. Stanford. Kv. son cleaning house this week. Hey. Godby preached here last Sun-dawith a good crowd present. His Graduation uresents at Muellers' subject being. "What is Sin Against lewelrv store. Spirit." He made an interThe Holy esting talk, LOST A small female coach dog talk. will pay reward for information lead, Rev. Livingston will fill his regular ing to whereabout or delivery. C L. appointment here next Sunday. He also Dudderar. 41-- 3 Mr. Carter will be present. i'rof Dial will sing here next Sun-dFOR SALE. An Edison grapho. Miss Grace Griffin, of Disputana, is phone with aliout 40 records; in good here for a visit to her many friends shape. Can be bought cheap. Mrs, J. 40-- i Misses Hirdie Graham and Grace W. Clark, Manford. 'rutin were the guests of Miss Ida 1 hompson and Mrs. .Minnie Naylor on WRITE tne, telephone me, come and Tuesday night. see me about your house, carriages, Mrs Barbara Thompson still con- and automobile painting. Paper hanging tinues very ill. a specialty. Shop on West Main street Mr. Green Adams is an the sick list Telephone in residence. No. J. J. 29-tthis week. Helden. Stanford. Ky. Mr and Mrs. Daniel Murrcll visited their parents last Tuesday night. TO THE PDHLIC- .-I have for sale Mr K A. Smith had a singing Wed- all kinds of gents', ladies and chilnesday uigiit and all reported a nice li r ens' new and second hand clothing, lime. at very low prices, Call and sec me Mrs. Ida Thompson was the guest of at the Pargain Store in concrete build her parents Saturday night. ing head of Mill street. W. M. Adams, Mr llryant Hrown and Mr. V. S. the undertaker, Stanford, Ky Phone Hrown were the guests of Mrs. W. M. 173 t 1 hompson Sunday last. Mrs Ida Lamb was the guest of her parents last Tuesday. BLUE LICK The farmers are busy planting their corn. Mrs. Clay Brown returned home after a visit to lionicfnlk here last week. Mr. Tom Nay lor and family were the guests of W. H. Startles last Sunday. Mr. W. H. Campbell and family were the guests of Mr. Givens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Daugherty and granddaughter, were the guests of Rev. J. r. Chasteen Sunday. Mr. O. L. Martin is through planting corn, hut has not set out any W. M. Hoone. for vears a resident of crsaillo, was murdered and fis bod thrown into a lake near St. Pet. eisburg, Fla., to news received by Kentucky relatives 2 THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE cre Foot-Kas- e. Colt Futurity COUNTY OF LINCOLN THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE $100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $5.00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED ON JUNE THE 1, 1914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER CHEERFULLY FURINFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO D e, high-wat- '11-- W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky W 1 v a) -- I 10 1 J Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. 0-- f. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky 40-2- k(trutii Louisville, Ky. CO. Lyne Bros., CRAD OltCHAKD, KY tli J ksl Milk'Htloua. ttD tlii'f cannot riU una r Tlrn U oulr 01 uiwawil ml tUI 1 lr couilltutkui- ijr lururvdvatiM-M- . I rrnirdk. Hrlllml l ousl'U lr nil lurUuuit runilldon ( Ibu luuruus lllil'if ut tti KiuUrblsil Tub.', tthru IliU tuU) tst lullllluril )CU lill hmtlog, ana nUu iuuilllir uul ur linirf-i-I lln nsull, ul It l ruilrrlr tlimd Hvriii takru uut and linl. ll lnlUluiiiilli.il call Is' Mudilluu, litar lu lt in'iiuat llila Ml rut or lus vlll I dmirurd furi'trr; ulii caM uut ut tru ' rausisl tr Catirib. wlilth U luiUitni: but f lb iuuski aurfacs. an liidaUM-- J rouitlllon r Hill sir Ou Ilundnit Isillara fur an rat of llvifur-- a lrau'd br ralarib) Inat rauuul l rurvd lx lllll'a i'alanb Curt. tnd fur clfcii lar. lr.v. ToIbV)i & f, Deafness Cannot Be Curedv MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES Can Not and Do Not Touch the Liver Tbejr may clear out tho Intestinal tract, but do not relieve tha dttiuiued-u- p till. Ywra ago May AI)I Uoot (called wa a til atari er. It ariiMHl fearfully, but bioutbt out the bile, l'udupliyllm witti tbe crlrw taken out U cow to tie had under tut dubio American Field Fence and Barb Wire W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCIIAKD, KY. "l cnsry T.V. co Tata Hall's t'tiLllj I'llls (or cvntltlvn. foM by PrugiMa. 0 "iw-wpwrr- a ,"..-- - . .'v.'. " r,rTT7 TMK HITERIOR JOVKNAL STAN FO. KIN TVCKY. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1914. MEAL'S CXftKK , Mrs. Durward Singleton, of DanviHc, spent Sunday with her father, Uncle Dink Farmer. Mr and Mrs. Noah Bishop, of litis ttmvillc spent Sunday with her father Mr. Will Kirk at Mason's Gap. Little Miss Effie Farmer has return cd home from Danville, where she has been spending several day with her sister, Mrs. Durward Singleton. Allts llcssic 1 Iithharil, of Richmond, and Miss Bessie Ilrackctt, of Stanford, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Osa Farmer. Mies Bcscit Kirk spent Sunday with hrr uncle, Will Kirk at Mason's Gap. Mr Albert Skiiltnore came up from Lexington to see his liomcfolkt for i'cw days. Mr. Jess Martin, of Rowland was out to sec Miss Catherine Bcldcn oil Sunday. Mr ami Mrs. 11. P. Martin, of Row 'and, were out to sec Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kills Sunday. Mr. Oliver Singleton, of Wavneshtirg was out to sec J. C. Fanner Saturday .ittd Smida). Mr. Ross Luster came home from SontcMct Sunday to see his homefolks. Master Leonard Grimes, of Saufley, spent Friday with Dink Farmer, Jr Mrs. J cue Hutchinson and Miss Osa Farmer, were iu Stanford Friday, Mr. Barren Singleton, of Waynes litirg. spent Sunday with Mr. J. C Farmer. Mr. . E. Grimes, of Sauflc), was over to see Mrs. W. R. Daughcrt) last weik t Mtssl Ada Lunsford several davs with her sister, Mrs. Bodncr at Saufley. Miss Myrtle Daugherty was over to .er Miss Oca Fanner Sunday. Mr. Rav Bcldcn came out to ec Ed Farmer Sunday. Misses ('letter and 11me Kirk were in Stanford Friday. Mr. Fred cuing is visiting Will Kirk this week. Missis Clcller and Annie Kirk were town to sec Miss Oca and Chloe Farmer Tuesday. 11 sot-n- FAMOUS ONK.HORSE SHAY ,rlsl. U.' . GM ImriitHi year koM f aline JmC at food .wraaca guarantees by ire. "Any old" paint ye ajatart ! it mar safe thaa "tay old" Insurance. 47, tttlftt Has k Close Rival In Backboard by Col, Uriah Dunn 0vn-e- d Stave mftM-ft- M vermin m4 DeditoLice Utimn tot &nH rmi If you om 1 t. Ye want sound insurance and Hanna's Green Seal Paint' If yo knotr about paint, look at the fenmla on every can of Green Seal. It is tke perfect formula for a smooth, clastic, durable paint. FOR SALE BY L. L. SANDERS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. G. B. PRUITT, MORELAND, KY. Hnjrii .' p ' " FARM AND STOCK NEWS MAPLES Thft beautiful old home of Capt. T. A. 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 improved, well fenced and well farm 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 through 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 El-ki- n, is-well 10-acr- e CnO CM 1, T.v. !frciv sows Illlfl one jersey bull ready for service, (i. T, Ashlock, Kowiaiicl, ly. FOK SALF.. Seed corn at my farm n i.iiifuril .inii Crab Orchaiu r'n'. 11 F. Newland. Phone C. O. .WAV or 1 write Stanford K. I). 1. I imilril I.V1U CM I." fllln lit V 1)1 pure (icrtnan millet seed $!. per bushel. Beware of western seed. Very few dealers have southern dermaii .Millet. li shilliv. Danville. Kv. 36-- 8 FOK SAl.F. Splendid small farm, miles Iroin Lancaster, l acres for Ky., in Lancaster school district, particulars address Fisher Herring K if I) Vn 2. Crab Orchard, or Sam L w-V 41-! -1 ci.- -. m.i two-stor- y I. be liberal to suit purchaser. T. A. ELKIN, Lancaster, Ky. S. C. Buff Orpingtons Ured upon best foundation stock for year? for egg production, type and colNot high priced, but or. Eggs fertile, chicks strong. F.ggs for hatching will produce what you want. Write. J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! ' Single Comb White Lghorns, Black Orpington, White Rocks and Blue Indian Kunner and Wild Mallard Ducks. We have finest mat-inAndalusian. ever owned, and are in a position to furnish eggs that will hatch winners and layers. Send orders ahead if you want eggs delivered promptly. Eggs from prize mating $5.00. $4.00. $300, $2.00 and $1.00 per fifteen. We can spare several nice S. C. White Leghorn cockerels at $5.00 each if taken LOMBARDY HEIGHTS POULTRY FARM at once. Jno O. Reid, Prep., Stanford. Kv. Don't Fail To Get Your Share of the , BARGAINS SATURDAY AT L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechanician in charge of repair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE ALBIA The farmers are very busy planting corn. Mr I. C. Chamberlain is improving after a serious illness. Mr Tom Muneei. nf Kinu's Monti. tain, is helping Ami) dooch plant corn. Mrs. Anna Jordan, of Stanford, visited her sister. Mrs. Ccorgc Sturgeon. Rev. Meecc filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday at Oak Grove church. A large crowd 111 attendance. Mr. Etl Surber has moved his mill near Parlor Grove. Messrs Ernest Gooch, Civile Sturgeon and Miss Eva Dishou attended the teachers' examination. Miss Glad.vs Sturgeon is visiting relatives in Stanford. Mrs. Anna Jordan, of Stanford, while $3,000. visitin,: ti. K. Lutes, the prominent Turuers-v'll- e caught her sister went a fishing and seven big fish. farmer, bought of R. L. Murphy, of Libtrtv. 50 head of 135 pound hogs " at ?7.75. lie also bought 43 head of Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite? A treatment of Electric Bitters insheep of Sam Pcllte at $4.50 per head. T. W. Jones bought this week and creases vour appetite; stops indigestion vou can eat ever) thing. A real spring shipped. 100 hogs of W. II. Shanks and tonic for liver, kidney and stomah trou19 head of J. W. Holtzclaw. They averaged 180 pounds and he paid eight bles. Cleanses your whole system and vou feel fine. Electric Bitters did cents per ound. Jones & Cress, local stock dealers, more for Mr. T. D Peeble's stomach bought sixty head of hogs of various troubles than any medicine he ever parties this' week at eight cents per tried. Get a bottle today. 50c and $1. Buckleti's Arnica pound. They all averaged about 200 at your druggist. Salve for Eczema. pounds. News comes from Iiiistonville of a flock of ewes which seem to have tin r.'nril iimilc Ik- l.nkp Miers" ewes beat en. Powell and Depp "hate 53 living lanilis liom .H ewes, which is retiuiK.i-blengaged They have indeed. thrni to co lirturen the 15th and 20lh cts. ol June at seven and Can anyone heal this rea iKiund. cord ? large crowd attended the sale of Iffiirv It c.nmWti ht'lil mi Tucsilav at hlQ fnrin ni'nr Kehnnoll Rvervtlitua sold Twenty-siprices. jat satisfactory iiiii1,4 fillt tif n IllTfl of tllirtV aeraged $90 per head; three brood mares averaged Sj02 per head. Several head of horses brought good prices. Farm implements sold well. I here was not a large crowd in m Stirling Monday, although it was reFSSSSS.SSSSSt gular countv court and market clay, the fanners being very much behind in work, staying at home and taking advantage of the pretty weather. There we ft about .000 cattle on the market with quality medium, few good cattle yearbein i seen.' The best ling brntght from 7 to 7 cents: 7 cents, 8 to carlinus at from heifers "at from 7 to 8 cents; cows at fioin 0 to 6 4 cents; bulls at from 7 to J cents. 3-e. three-quart- commciiccu iu realize that they hac one of the ery the state right at home best horses in intl are sending some high class mares to llip rnltrt of Kctltttckv (.iclltlclllall, 41-owned hv N'ein Carter. We arc in tne TO Tllli FARMERS. firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, will pay of Springfield, Tenn., and highest prices for same. We want your trade See us before you sell. J. D. Fads & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. R. M. Sharp, of near Middlchurg, hogs at sevsoid 45 head of en and a quarter cents per pound. Lugenc Culton, of Parksville, sold to I. C. Johnson, a bunch of 140 pound per pound. liogs at 7 J. !!. Boardman, near Little Rock, bought from vaiious Bourbon farmers 2..V10 fleeces of wool at 25c a pound. A mare belonging to Judge George V. Coulter, of Bovlc, recently toaled twin mule colts. Thev are fair size, lioth thriving and both mares. V H. Curtis, of Eminence, sold to 11. Cook, of Helena. Mont., the Hereford bull. Beau Perfection 23, for 1 well-know- n T.vn. THF horsemen Iiac v'-i- i 378 Col, Uriah Dunn, the veteran horse and mute dealer of the West End of Lincoln county, drove into Hustonville last week in the from Barnwell, S. r't same bucklHiartl that he drove to exactly forty ,vcjr the southern market ago. During all the length of time lie has itsetl it in his selling operations in the southern city seven months out of the year,, and from its appearance Mon-da- y when seen ht Danville by an 1. J. representative, it appears good for about forty years' further service. Forty jenrs ago. according to Mr. Dunn's story of ihc ancient chicle, he had it made by a buggy manufacturer in Versailles. It Is a handmade vehicle ami notwithstanding 1)9 hard usage ntul the two long trips it has made from Hitstomille, Kentucky, to Barnwell. South Carolina, the first in its youth ami the return in its old age ami h.is "stood up" splendidly, ami bids fair t. .stick together for another couple ol core of years. Mr. Dunn says that lie few new spokes has only had to hae put into the wheels in the way of during all that period of time. He has been turned owr in a ditch nice or twice, but has necr bail n erious accident with it The nearest lie has tonic to having a bad accident, happened as he ilrou- from Hustfitiville to Danville in the old vehicle Monday morning, when a mare he was driving shied at a roller which Porter was using on one of his fields between Milledgeville and Shelby City. .! The forced the vehicle over against a fence and the jump she made, threw the seat forward and Mr. Dimr out between the liotl) of the vehicle arid the wheel, catching him in such a wav that lie was unable to release himself, and had he not had nerve enough to e hold on to the lines, until Mr could come to his assistance, might have sustained a serious injur) insliad of just being shaken up, Mr. Dunn says that he expects ni tdd hucklioaril to stick together, tmti' e like the famous Shay, it )ut naturally drops to pieces all at onre. When Mr. Dunn drove in from South Carolina the other day, the wheels were one solid cake of mud, frozen betweer the sHikes. caused by fearful mountain roads of N'orlh Carolina and Temics sec he savs. t Mil Mi, UeeUkr Mc hy A great money aavar. Leuay hena cannot neither can louay chick a grew. PrMti PmNtt RtM tattxbwt tenia m4 fortJatfcia an- -, at, atoi a ik. p aa.au JWm rakrtttutwt intM on Pratt. fit, a, S CttPrtll'lM pat IYMr Rook For sale by New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford, Kentucky, 4043. V. I.. Davis & Son, Stanford. Kentucky . sgJ, Buy Your -- 's Spring Suit of - San-tlidg- r.i J. F. Cummins AT COST Eggs at Half Price. $4.(KI eggs, After May 'Stlt our price mi eggs will be reduced fur $2.1 I ier fiftin. ?2.(l ckk for $1 per fifteen Pullets hatched in June and July lay at six months and continue to du mi all spring. This is a real late spring and we shall continue to set eggs during the next two months to supply the demand the coming ear. June is not late for hatching any more on account of chanim.' "f our season N'ow is the time for you to get a start of our famous strain of winners. LINCOLN FARMS. A. C COFFEY, McKinney, Ky. otic-ha'l- f. 'A San-didg- M ', One-Hors- Keel Dull and Sluggish? Start Liver to Working It beats all how quickly Foley Cathartic Tablets liven )our liver, overmake you feel livecome constipation ly ami active again. J. - Knight. Ft Texas, says: "My disagreeable symptom, were entirely removed by the Foley Cathartic thorough cleansing 1'iblets gave me." Thev 're a wonder. 'or sale by all druggists, I w I'pbcstis Saturday evening and Sunday large crowd was present. morning. Misses Lizzie Lay and Evr Dishon vcre the pleasant visitors of Miss Anne Dishon Sunday. Mrs Thomas Perkins and Mrs. Mary Buidine. of Jessamine county, are the .xpecticl guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L logic this week. Mr. Leonard Phur.mer is on the sick list. I'Iip little daughter of Mr ami Mrs. vV. M. Dishon has been sick for the week, but is some better at this writing. Mitsrs Sillie P.oeie. Gertrude and Gracie Dishon attended Sunday school at Mt Olive Sunday last. Mr James i'lummcr had the misfor. tu.ie to get his finger mashed very bad. K while working; with a drill. Mrs. O Bogie wa the guest of her laughter. Mrs Thomas Oaks last week. Mr Leslie Dishon was the guest of his grandparents Sunday, Mr and .Mrs. ! ti.iks. of Crab Orchard. Mr. John Reynolds has moved to the F Noakcs place Mr. Ivon Denson, while out hunting ginseng last week was bitten by a copper head snake. He Is getting along nicely. Miss 1111ie Lee Paris has been vis for the past iting her grandmother, week. .Irs. Susie Green was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Belle Denson. Sunday. Decoration service1 will be held by h'cry Rev. Hudson, of Preachersville. a 10c v be sure and come and bring of dinner' with you. Don' !aket ii'll foicet the date May 31st. Rev. W. W. Brock lilled his regular apiMimtmeiit at the Baptist church at CHAPPELL'S GAP White Plymouth Rock Eggs. When you invest your money in my white Plymouth Rock Eggs, you made a profitable investment Vou will get birds that are thoroughbred Send in your order u white as snow. I guarantee to please you, Price $1.50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eges. Will give a discount on 100 egg Have a few cockerels at $1 each, I. W Cutu'iff, Liberty, Ky, have and now. lots. STC. per 15. BladcOrpington Eggs. White Indian K y. $3 per setting of 15 Fawn and Runner Duck eggs, $1.00 Mrs. S. J. Emhry, Stanford, at BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Stanford. Ky. Stanford, Ky., May t, 1914. Gentlemen: Your check in full payment of my claim for sickness filed with you a few days ago received, for which accept my thanks. The settlement was promptly and satisfactorily made direct with you, and I did not have to wait on the payment as is usually the case with Accident and Health policies. If I can speak a good word for you any time I shall be glad to do so, as every one should have one of jour good policies. It Is the best I ever saw. Very truly yours, J. II. BUSTLE I x TO THE PUBLIC Henry Casey repiescnt the largest and bct r clothing house in this coun& Co. Chicago. III.. try Ktl V Price My experience in measuring and the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If you give nic your order 1 will promise you DANVILLE, KY a snuare ileal. You will cet the worth OFFICE NEXT LOQAN'S 8TABLM of your money, either in the cheaper gratics or me niRiicr pricen. .uy spring line of samples arc row ready for jour inspection. Call and let me show )ou. H, C. RUPLKY, The Practical Tailor. I inadc-to-ortb Dr. L Veterinary Surgeon T i "f 4 New Goods Display NEW MATTINGS, DRUGGETS, RUGS, WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER AND EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE HOME COZY AND ATTRACTIVE. COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING. G. B. EAgleeyesalVE GOOD TOR THE EYLS-A- ND LYES ONLY 1L1CJT. 1.000-pouii- d MaxH&t "25" no J u llilnk Hint nnlrry. niBlHry rri'n nrt nitliirnir Itu joii liellrtft or II11M (.rnliiiUlr.l llita, I'ao klKlit. Kronen, urt lnitiir-.1- T KACJI.ir.'.Yr. NI.i: and ia lin KIT DEN? Galls Answered Prompiy Day or Nicht lt. Dr. John Cook, V.S.&D. KENTUCKY 3-- S750. 00 Veterinary Sutceon and Dentist Office Phone 194; Residence 204 STANFORD, PRUITT. Kv. A Stubborn Cough is Wearing and in the spring is risky. Ri-- k Letting a stubborn cough "hang on" Foley's Honey iV 'lar Compound heals raw inflamed surfaces in the throat and bronlicial tubes makes sore, weak spots sound tearing and whole stops stubborn, For sale cough. Refuse substitutes. by all druggists. MORELAND Mrs. 11. II. Baker, of Danville, was the guest of her parent. Mr. and Mrs, Win. Mjser last week. Class Xo. 8, of the Morelaud Christian Sunday school will haw a strawberry supper at the Dinwiddle hall on Saturday night. Miss l.iiiu KumcII. the lone girl High graduate of the Hustonville .School, has returned to her home in Indianapolis. Oscar Minks is quite ill of typhoid fctr. W. II. Hawkins is also on the sick list, his complaint being stomach trouble. i'hc revival services which hae been conheld at the Methodist church, duced by Rev. S. II. Pollitt. of Lancaster, closed Wednesday night with several 'idditions to the flock, and mucK interest aroused among the niein-beibhi- Lincoln Garage Co. Phone 203 STANFORD, KENTUCKY SlsS te!LAflV yM' lr'JJV', yip t rl top that waste THE littered with 6talkaand your ground is fertile season after season you need an grow-ingless - stalks and husks from your crop represent just so much 3 life taken out of your soil. If you do not use them for feed and return them to the ground in the form of fertilizer you are getting poorer every year. If your fields and barn yurd are tlBBBar r .casPl JiBIKMprTiWffT It will convert all your corn from tuo ground level to the tassels, into fresh, succulent feed and it will keep your cattle in prime condition all year round. Best of all ! out ot w"8t il saveB it will pay 'or for you in a single season. There will be another winter before long, with high priced feed and hard work in zero weather. Why hot get ready for it by erecting an Indiana Silo before next harvest time. We've got a uilghtr good proposition to makata rim now a money saver, oiva u a rniw tote you about it. you i JnSBSA W. P. KINCAID, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ter, who lias been named, Mary Louise. Miss M incite Pruitt is the guest of Ms Nannie Weddle at .Hustonville. M.is Kate Hampton has returned ft om Millrrsburg where she has been vwiting. Her sister, Miss Mary Hampton, who has been attending school th.ie rrturiicd with her Mrs. Charles Bishoii was shaken up ami injured by a fall from a flower She lias recovered stand last Sunday conjtJfril.lo bv now, howccr Mr and Mrs. Sam Bishop. Jr., are rccening the congratulations of their friends upon the birth of a baby daugh- Ayer's Sarsaparilla Oldest, Safest. Strongest, Standard family medicine. No alcohol. Sold for 60 yean. kS;fVtu Ask Your Doctor. Bt. Registered Percheron Stallion 78868 Till is a splendid type of the breed. Foaled Ltlack with star in forehead. Mav 25th. 1910. horse. SIHK Tin-- LTeat Percheron an imported horse Sam, 25055 at Lincoln County from France, a winner at the InternaNational Bank tional at Chicago; also twice winner at A irgmia State Fair, tipping the scales Kentucky. Stanford, pounds. at DAM. Mason Girl. Registry Nft Affm. A beautiful black mare weigh ing lrUO. He will make the season at my farm at Knoblick Station. Lincoln county better known as the "Sowell tiivens farm.' at A HIGH GRADE STALLION $10 to Insure a Living Foal Money due when colt is foaled, mare My high hretl Chesttrailed or removed from county. nut Sorrel Stallion will make the SeaCare taken to prevent accidents, hut son of 1914 at my barn on the old fair not resHiusih1e should any occur. grounds at Hustonville. Ky. He is 16 . G. BICKLEY hands high weight UK) pounds. He Phone 671, Danville, Ky will serve a limited number of .mares at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when mare is parted with, or leaving the county. This stallion is by Standing at Hustonville Ashland Brook and out of standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to i will stand the two great draft be a great breeder, having his colts to horses WATZMAN and FRENCH for show for him. His cotts are all sad- the season of 1914 at tny farm near dle colts, with good style and action. Hustonville, at the low sum of $10 each Call and see a good horse before to insure a liv mg colt. breeding tinu' comes. German Watrman is an imported JIM REED coach horse. He sold for $3,000 also, stand .lie great mule jack will have used him two seasons I mi Ketd. the well known mule jack and his rolls show for themselves what by the obi jack of Jim Reed's. Having he can do, all coming large size ami sold his colts at $100 at weaning time with lots of style. His colts show too and is a fine breeder, having colts to well what he does, 'o need an extended show for him here. He hat a large description. bone and his colts have good bone ami French is a Percheron, and a Comstyle. He will stand at $10 to insure a pany horse originally ami sold for $2, living colt. Money due when mare is 400 1 hotttjht him in Metcalf count)', parted with or left the county. where he ha done splendid work tn B. W. LEIGH. Huitonvllle, Ky. the stud. He produces splendid colts, the big stylish fellows with fine bone and shape. He will tattract attention HIQHCaT MARKET VALUE PAID rON anywhere and ii the kind of a breeder owners of mares are looking for. lie weighs 1,800 xuml and gets colts like him I also have two or three fine, big mule (needing jacks which I will also louiaviuc, KY, stand at $12 and $10. ESTABLISHED 18 3 7 J K. Baughman, Hustonville, Ky. Samson SEED CORN! I have IJoonc County White and Uetl cob corn from the crops of 1912 also Reid's Yellow Dent crop of 191 3 which has been care, fully hand picked as well as all other farm seeds write for sam26-- 4 ples and price, H. C. Carpenter TREES Strawbtrry plants, fruit and shade trees, shrubs, roses, asiurautis. uranc vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed po 'aloes, etc. Everything for Orchard and garden, Free catalogue. No agents 1841 H. F. Hil.enmeyer & Sons 1913 Nurserymen since 1841 .Lexington, Kentucky W. BUSH, NELSON, Lexington, Ky. Glen Brook r" UU4BB Two Great Stallions lv 1 1 The ideal car for a progressive business man; it brings the farm close to town. The car that is worth all you pay for it as a business proposition, with the luxury and pleasure thrown in. The car that gives its owner no regrets for the amount of money he paid for it. The car that is sold in larger numbers than any car in the world. There is a reason for it. Be wise and profit by others' experience. When you want a car, buy a Ford. HIDES "SKINS Mccarty & Anderson, asm.u for Lincoln and Casey Countiaa. JOHN WHITE CO. IJUuaaanaa