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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914 BANK PARIS First Section TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS SENAT0R W. 0. BRADLEY DIES AT WASHINGTON g.r & I !. 'A ' 4- - 44? tr. lt. v. tv said to have recently been released from bring hint to justice, Penitentiary. Three rarors were Senator From Kentucky It South's Most Distinguished Republican found In Mayficld's pockets. The res- MRS. GEORGE C. GIVENS DEAD As a climax to the closing of the For about the third or fourth lime in Cut From Ear to Ear And No Clew idence of Leonard McKissick, on West Dead After a Long lllnttt. Statesman Passes Away After doors of tlic bank of George Alexander the past two or three months, burLexington street, was entered ThursMat Been Found to Criminal Woman Christian Pastes & Co., of Paris, last Tuesday evening glars again got in their work in Standay night hy burglars ami among other Splendid Short Illness, Saturday George W. Alexander, president of the ford Monday night. The soft drink Away After Short Illness things four razors were taken, The institution, was arrested Friday night and pool rooms of U. S. Traylor, on lection of the state lias three razors found on Mayficld were All this William Washington, May 23. upon warrants sworn out by State Dciot street, were entered some time been liornficd liy llie munlcr of a lit- identified by McKissick at being Ins. Mrs. Ncppie Ewalt Givens, wife of Hanking Commissioner Thomas J. that night, and the chewing gum slot O'Conncll Bradley, Kentucky's Senior The officers thought at fir.it thev had George C Givens. one of Lincoln's tle girl which took placd in tlic wcsl-cSmith and placed under a bond of $50,-5- ), machine rifled of a little change. En- Lnitcd States Senator and the most n hot clew but the fourth raror which most prominent farmers and citizens, part of Danville early Saturday had been sold Commissioner Smith came v Paris trance was effected by prizing the distinguished Republican southern by Mayficld was soon died at tlirir home on the Hubble Pike nnrnlln; Saturday from Frankfort, accom b..m door open with a chisel. As soon died was othero'clock Saturday night. at Zetma Young, thirteen year accounted forand Mayficldany connec- about fivr miles north of Stanford at Mi pained by State Examiner R. R. as Mr Traylor discovered the burprovcTunmocent' of two o'clock Tuesday morning, after a A general refusal of his organs to old daughter i)f Mr. ami Mr. Thomai wise with (he glary lot day morning, he telephoned ami after a conference with tion crime However, lie was short illness of a onmlicatioii of trou was the immediate cause ctmg. was the victim of the horriMe held on u burglary charge John Chcnatilt and the directors to liustonvillc for Lair's bloodhounds, functionate bles. The death of this good woman, of the bank, went before County Judge which were broug'-- t down at once by of his death, but he had been in poor crime. While asleep in Itcil, her room Monday morning at 9 o'clock it was who was so generally known and lov C w'u entcrril hy an unknown man, who, V McMilliau in tlic county court Will Stagg. Tnc hound failed to find health ever since he entered the Senholding her head in his left hand, currently rejxjtlcd that an arrest hail ed, has cast a pall over her host of and caused to be issued three warrants a scent, however, and there is no clew ate in 1X19. He hail announced his lieiu made in cimiihiMhmi wilt! the rmtf fri.iiil in t!ii unit ullirr rninituintf ics slashed her tliront from ear to ear with against Alexander, chaiging him with to the burglar. Mr, Traylor has been Kor health had kept him out of the der and in a few minutes at least five Khr w.it ill sm-l- i .i slmrt time and it Ini ngll hand embezzlement, making false reports to unable to find anything missing. The race for the Republican nomination people, bad gathered at the was only aliout a week ago that she A razor was the weapon used. It was hundred the State Hanking Commission and burglar removed the slot machine from for the Scnatorship this fall. on the Mrrcts of Stanford, with a le.'t (.it the bedside, gapped and hloody. corner of Fourth and Main hoping to making fats: entries upon the books of the counter and broke into it. The At Senator Bradley's bedside when The wo.ind extended from car to ear. tee tlic otticers tiring the guilty party bright and cheery smile for everyone the institution. His daughter, drawer of the cash register was stand- the tud came were The windpipe and all the arteries were to jail The rrport pruvetl to be false, She was stricken with a heart attack 1 he warrants were placed in the ing open, hut had been left in that Mrs. John G. South, of Frankfort, proii.ibi) been suited b) some last Thursday, however, and this, com. Living severed anil the razor was Rapped way when tlic place was closed the Senator Ollie James: Miss Rclla Lane, hands of Sheriff W. T. Talbot for iplicated with other ailments, caused a when tl.e Made struck the Ikiiius in tlic irresponsible person. : nothing bi secretary; Herbert May, nephew; n.. (nvompanied by Deputies and tiitdii before. So far as ; H. AleCresry has been rspM i...v Ja!-and itltbriiifch pUcn evlisck of her neck Tim l.ruli- rvlilrnlly Mrs. Emma Grigsby, a sister of Miss McClintock. the Sheriff went to the else was disturbed. endeavoring to sever her head en asked to offer a reward fot the canture ery attention that medical science had was Lane, hit nurse; his physician and a home of Mr. Alexander in Pleasant tirely from her shoulders, so large is and conviction of the criminal suggct and the best and most carefew neighbors. and to "ONE JUDGE" SYSTEM street and placed him under arrest. The pasli, The girl was asleep in the II are so aroused over the murder ful nursing tired nature could not the Many of his colleagues expressed bend for embezzlement and making dining room adjoining the room oc- the citizen of the town arc making she sank gently to the end, false icports to the Hanking CommisAdopted For K. of P. Fair This Year regret tonight over his death. Among up a large reward fund by popular which came peacefully this morning, cupied l.y her .iteuts them were Senators Kern, Kenyon, $25,000 each and that sion was placed And Three Are Selected William O. rirndloy. Putted States of making false at and 1 o'clock subscription, in the hope that ;cry as she was surrounded by her family Between midnight and Senator James. entries, which is misSatin day morning. Mrs. Voting vyas possible cfor: may be nude to run and otlirr loved ones. She was ready senator from Kentucky, Is dead at demeanor, at $500. The bond wasa signWhen his daughter came from KenThe "one judge" system has been awakcitd liy strange sounds coming down the guilty pari). It is probable to go, however, for in early life she hail Washington after a lingering Illness. ed by Charlton Clay, A. 11. Hancock, tucky iccently Senator Bradley said adopted by the directors of the Knights from the reir of the house. She awak-em- u that lioth the town and county will found the "peace which passcth all Ho was to her: years old Samuel Clay and Oscar Taylor, the of Pythias fair for the coming exhibisupplement the reward fund. understanding." and had lived a conseMr. Soling, who heard a noise in "Christine, I'll never see you again. latter of New York. County Judge tion on 19, 20 and' 21 and this the room oecupird hv his daughter. He While many people think that When I die I want to be buried in the crated and faithful follower of her CIRCUIT COURT BEGINS HERE McMillin approved the bond that day, decision August will undoubtedly meet with the Frankfort." opened i.'u door and entered the room murder was the deed of a burglar, Lord. She was a devoted member of and Mr. Alexander was released from unanimous approval of exhibitors of in the il.uk ar.d In daughter seemed there arc many who think that it was the fhristiin church of Stanford and While the Senator's condition has custody. all kinds of stock. to lie in the art of vomiting. He went Msibly the work of an insane person will be s.rllv missed from its services Grand and Petit Juries Empannelled been dangerous The bank of George Alexander Ik There was much complaint over the day evening, whencvr since WednesAnd Court Utts to Work and its work. to hrr bed and asked her if she was who hat a mania for human he was first strick blood. Co., was closed by Commissioner Smith e system which was in vosick. Mie made no reply and he then I his latter theory is band on the fact -- Mrs. Givcns was 57 years of age stage of his following a report by Hank Examiner gue at previous exhibitions, and the en, the most alarming The June term of the Lincoln Cirattempted to lift her head up, while. that no motive for the crime can be when called by the Death Ant-el- . Sh illness was reached early this morn- Chcnault that the bank was insolvent. Hoard of Directors made a thorough mg. giving Mrs S'onng lighted a lamp. The mom-cu- t established 'I here is but rise to the fear that death little ex- - was a daughter of the late Dr. and cuit court began Monday witli a fulll the room was lighted their eyes cum- - for a burglar to have committed Mis Noah Moore, of Ilourbon county. docket. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of the cause of the failure was given out investigation of the subject at a meet- - would follow shortly. His kidneys nig last week with tl.e 'result that sight. The blood was tlic deed, as he could have gotten away Surviving her arc four sisters and twv Harrod'burg and Commonwealth's At- as due to had loans, but it has developmet an at. ful co Rested and Ins physicians ge plan was decided upon. V. Pur) car, of Danville, are ed that, acocrding to the examiners, , spurting from the wound onto the just a well without killing. However, brothers. Mrs. J. W. Jameson and Mrs. torney vainly tor Hours, floor ami the victim was in a dying gnat mystery surrounds the finding of George W Stewart, of Paris. Mrs. Al- both on hand and working hard to the entire surplus and deposits wen t '' Morning found him in a critical condi wiped out by the alleged peculations of bert Miller and Mrs. W W Goultra. clean up the docket at this session. condition She lived only a few mintion, very weak, the tut and strange razor, neither of and Mr. Alexander, who, according to th doubt give entire satisfaction at all delirious utes and was never able to speak file grand and petit juries were winch can be accounted for. The stens of 'Crawfordsville. Ind.. and Mcwrs. N. For a time it was feated obligation tha' who may officials, had Physician ami Rube Moore, of Paris, Thirty-on- e were hastily summoned in the rear where the murderer c.idciuy Monday and Judge Hardin State teach a quarter an a million do', this year. intend exhibiting at the fair that his death would occur before the They are: of but the girl was dead before they ar- mjile ins escape arc akwanlly built and vears acn she became the I ride of delivered his usual strong charge to the wil' day was half over. Horses John F. Dolan, of Lexingand it 's the opinion of many that he fell as George C. Givens. of tliU county, and former, impressing tqion tlic members lars, while the obligation of the bank-twere notified rived. Officer Meanwhile Senator Bradley lay mutthe depositors will reach about $200,. ton, and T. M. Wilson, of Bowling tering deliriously Jniler Prank Timoncy and Deputy he ran out of the home and losing his moved here to make her home. Two their obligation and rcsionsibility in 000 on his bed in the Green. Mr. Wilson is a of front room of his Sh.--i'f D. F. Logan, of Boyle hasten-en- d liat in tlic dark did not stop to look for children blessed, tlirir union. Mr Lucy tiie (Hisition that they assume during c apartments in A large number of business men ir Representative J. R. Mount, of GarMiller Hartley and Hwatt Givens, who the term of court. He dwelt with emthe scene and proceeded to it to Courts, while the members of with their father arc left to mourn, phasis upon a number of forms of vio- I aris .vill suffer from the crash anc rard county. gather all possible clews. They coutiuu-rhis household awaited the coming of ITic razor tied in Mule on the investigation all night. Mrs. John South, in slashing the girl's throat was made in lioth cliil Iren were away from home lations of the taw and impressed iqiou the savings of hundreds were wiped out Madison and jack stock T. J. Curtis, of his daughter, county, wher their mother was stricken, but tlic grand jury the necessity of making when the bank failed. As soon as the rcort of the murder St. Louis and is known as the "Shuthe hope that the sight of her Jersey cattle James N. Denny, of improve the patient's condition. would o'clock mate brand, barber Dc Luxe." decline known, shortly after Examiner Smith returned Nto FrankMrs. This got back in time to sec their mothei a full and impartial investigation. The Garrard county. Satin day morning. Coronor William brand of razor lias never been handled before the end came South had missed the connection at fort tonight after ai'pointinir John members of the juries are: The judges for hogs and beef cattle Ashland, due Zimmerman proceeded to the scene of by any Danville dealer, according to Funeral services of this good woman to a wreck, and did not Grand Jury J. N. Mcncfce, Sr., fore- Williams, of Paris, legal adviser o have not yet been selected but will be the tragedy and began an iutcitigation the information in the hands of the will be held at her home Wednesday man, J. M. Gooch. A. C. Sine, of considerably- - after J. W. the State at the trial set Alexander, th shortly. The managers of the floral arrive until was at that time in a noon. ssiiilr to officers. in order to gain all fad late of which will be later by Judge hall will make selections of the judges Her father The fact that the hat came afternoon at i:.Vt o'clock, conducted by I'.rackctt, M. 11. Carson, Dink Farmer, state present to the jury Saturday morning, from San Antonio and the razor from he? pastor. Rev D M. Walker, assist of McMillan and did not recI. II. Wade, N. H Uishop., R. C. ior inc pouury cxuiuii. rite jury was cmpannclcd early that St. Louts causes some to think that ed liy Kev. ognize her. 1.. Ilrnce. after which Directors of the bank held a meeting J. It. Dinwiddie, F. U. Scott, A great deal of interest is beinc William O'Connell Bradlev. senior mornmt' and rendered a verdict to the the crime was the work of a transient interirrnt will be in Buffalo Snrings Isaac I milliard Friday with an attorney and sent the manifested in the Colt Stake of the K. United States etfect ii.at tin girl had been murdered Imrglar who mistook the girl tor a ccincttrv Kentucky, The pallbearer will be- P. Fair, entries to which will close was Ixiru near Senator fromKy., 11. Foster, D, attorney to consult with Mr Alexander Petit W. b an unknown hand. Die jury was man in the dark ami becoming fright, W Lancaster, March ctic M II Hester. P. M. McRob-eri- lolmsuii,Juries John W. P. Fstcs, W. about his making arrangements to meet June 1st. Secretary W. P. Kincaid, is 18, 1847. G. M. Smith, He W ronios'd of j. P. Mill. T. T. Hughe-.- ened slew her, thinking that he was the son of Hon. Hriclit. I. C Hubanks. T D. receiving a large number of entries and Robert Bradley,was It is said Gooth, J. H. Hustle, W. T. White, the bank's obligations. C H Thornton. I". M. Escy. W. II. protecting himself. V Rice and S. T. Harris. notcil land was presented to him in the it is expected that every horseman of in his day, and a who practiced lawyer llcnr-- ' Catron, lohn Russell. D. K. Far-ri- s, Hall and J L, Hardest), foreman. with lloniiraf''r- -- Wm. Severance, L."Jy lliat tile murderer did ln J. This meeting, prominence in this and adjoining much success in the State courts beWalter Martin, Sam McKmney, D. most serious phase. Notwithstanding the early hour at work in an extremely noiseless man- Paxtnn. W II Shanks. Dr. K Fairalev. A. I. Weddle. Randolnh however, had nothing to do with the counties will have a youngster out for fore the Civil War. committed, a ner is attested lie the fact that Mr. Ilrown. John liingaman and which' the murder was CoiTey, Charles Daugherty, j A. Chap-ncl- l, banking commissioner's action, and he the big prize. lnrgt crowd soon gathered and. bad and Mrs. Thomas Young, asleep in ad Itcazlcy. The boy William received his eduJosh Wilson, J. It. Rout. W, H. was not concerned with it. the murderer been discovered, it is joining room, were not aroused until cation in the ordinary local schools, The condition of the institution McCor-mack- , I'epplcs, Win. Moser, James Another Nice Stake For Fair never having attended college, a fact pretty certain that the villian would tliey heard the uuriMini; sounds of the SOME ADVERTISEMENT W. P. Kincaid, secretary of the K. of which he boasted. Sam Owens, Henderson llaugh. much worse than at first supposed li have met suminarv veugrnce. says the dying girl. She was asleep in the At the age of 'the 1. J., to say that 14, tqion the breaking out of the Civil The cases of the Commonwealth the public. It is understood that facts f P. Fair, asks Danvil'e Advocate, dining room, not the kitchen, as re- - Maxwell Automobile Co, Breaks All Sam Haughman and Kd Pell, were brought out which indicated thai el,trlcj , ,lc Colt Stake will positive- - War, he quit school and ran away against lrs. Noting, mother of the dead tKHleu in the Advocate Saturday, and Records In This Issue of I. J. HIV man, both colored, charged with tres- .111. fMomlA,, nf IIIC UUIIIV .I.O....I..I ..n... ly close June 1st. The Association has from home, joining the Union army Ml'VIIUEU llJl'K girl, was hysterical trout the awful her parents were in the room next to 3tl.l.lJ . Iia passing and cutting a negro woman, the solvency sf Mr. Alexander. When decided to put on a yearling Saddle twice, but on account of his extreme sight that met her eyes and had to Ik it, not over ten feet away. Mrs. Young the hank was found to be insolvent $50, Tlit Interior Journal is carrjing respectively, were dismissed. Stake. The entrance fee to be $5.00", youthfuhtcss the ardent young patriot at'tndtd by a hhysician. was awakened first. She thought she the largest automobile advertise-incn- i The case against Harvey lilliion, and 000 of his own assets were wiped out, which will close June 15th. Entry was. taken from the army by his fa'J lie raror with which the girl was heard some dogs barking aliout the as he held 200 shares of the stock. ever primed by any newspaper in three against Mat Reed were filed awa) blanks to both may be had by address, ther and his energies murdered was found oil the bedside It bouse-- . She heard the strange noise into e block of which recently sold for $250 ing W. P. Kincaid, Sec'y, Stanford. Ky. more peaceful channels. diverted this part of Kentucky. It is a was evident judirinir by the smoothin her daughter's room and ipnckly ad. of the Maxwell "25" for which 11. with leave to reinstate. the share. They are, of course, wortii Lawrence Gooch was found guilty The first public office he held was ness of the wound, that one big slash aroused Mr. Noting. It is probable Carpenter is tlic very live and hust-jin- g of shoooting of shooting on tl c public nothing now. Aside from his home it i that of page in the lower house of the was made and then others which struck that the dogs were barking at the not known what assents Mr. Alexander agent lor Lincoln several ad Kentucky Legislature and fined The Old Whitley House in 1801, where the Ikuics and gapped the razor. The fleeing murderer. There was no car- joining counties, and and size space-tha- i highway Stephens $50 and costs. has left of the considerable fortune the Logan Several papers have recently print-e- d he .feol In's first schooling in politics. was found n t guilty broken part were found in the wound. pet on the hall floor or the kitchen which oncc4 belonged to him. His is'bemg used, two full pages, or oi disturbing religious worshi . a descriptive article written by N lody has been found who has ever lloor and it is thought tiiat His experience in that body promoted the mur MU inches shows just how well the it is said, mav run over Will Love, colored, was fintd one Garnett Scott, of the old Whitley him to choose the law as Ins future before seen the raror. derer wore rubber-sole- d shoes, oilier- house the first brick house built in profession, and when he was onl large black slouch hat . which wisi he would have awakened mem makers and agents of this Hipular car cent and costs for failing to answer a deposits in the bank amounted Kentucky which is located almost two eighteen years old he was licensed Tne ,. tlirk of it. subpoena. stiunctt considerable wear, was found bers of the family as he ran out. to 285,000 and the bank owed miles west of Crab Orchard this couneif the Maxwell 25 5750 The success Judge Hardin gave peremptory in- lo altonr practice liy special act of the State just mil side of the door where the Moody linger prints that cannot be something like 538,000, on Legislature, if found competent by mured. It was purchased from accounted for were found on a chair e.ir in the p.i't vear lias been one of structions to the jury to find Charley counted with other banks. paper dis- ty. The article says. (lie leading topics of conversation in Rcid, of Milledgcville, not guilty Half itr About a mile and a half from Crab two circuit judges. It did not take the N .Sehtitilcr, a hat dealer of San Anon a in the kitchen and on the kitchen door t. where the vidian is supoicd to have the auto world in the last few months. charge of selling whisky to Sam Raines stock liable for double assessment is Orchard, in Lincoln county, stands the young man long to convince the ex tonio, Texas, and the size was 7 eiwed by Mr. Alexander Mr. Alexan No other motor car concern has ever formerly of liustonvillc. I tot Is the hat and oldest brick house in Kentucky. It was amining bowl that he was learned in Mi. Raines raror arc m tlic pos- made his exit The wood bearing the session of the officers ami serve as finger nrints was sawed from the door before built 'ami shippe-- 30.000 cars in was brought here by Sherift Henry der t a large amount, estimated at built hv Col. William Whitley in 1783. the law and that he also possessed a the first year of its existence. As will Gartin, of Marion county, as wtness. $50,000.11 promoting a patent known as Col. Whitley was one of the first set- natural flow of the main ! the back of the that would chair was retained be remembered, the present Maxwell for the prosecution. He swore, howev- the O'Ne'l Hemp Brake Co. How much tlers of the State and an old Indian aid him in expounding the same. A singular coincidence was the fact by the officers and will be tiliotouranh Mr. Alexander is indebted to the bank fighter. The brick and other material From that time on he was actively that a new table cloth the little girl id and used as a clew, lit case of tlic Company took over the assets of the er, that he had only gotten whiskv one directly and indirectly has never been was old States Motor Company ovhad just bought froni a peddler was rapture of a suspect a finger-priciiK.igcii ex er a United ago. Cars were first turned tune from Rcid and that it hac" been given, but it is alleged that a number tains hauled over the Cumberland moun- profession in tnc practice oi tne legal from irginia. in the State and Federal jcar he'd over her mouth to muffle her pert win ue secured. given to him and that he had never ot people hold the bank's obligation The house is very quaintly built and courts of Kentucky and other States, The fact that the cloth was That a btirelar wa in llir iicu'lilxir. on in small quantities in July, VA3, bought any Iiooze from Rcid, so the signed by Mr. Mcxander a president ornamented win many fine carvings, the IJnitcd States Circuit Court of used is doubtless rconsih!c fur her hood of the Young home less than a and the production has jumped ahead motion for peremptory instruction; by until Maxwell factories are now ship- the defense attorneys was granted by and that these do not appear in the and is a splendid state of preservaAppeals and the Uniteu States Suparent being unable to hear tlic noise half hour before the crime was combank's assets. tion, It is a two and a half story preme Court. ping 20(1 cars per day. although they were not oer ten feel mitted has developed. Mr. Devine, a the court. It is said tin: failure of Alexander & building and on each end glazed black Probably tin- - best reason for the pheSenator Bradley was married on from her when the horrible deed was railway trainman, was called out to Co.. bankers, probably will result in brick are arranged to form diamonds, July 11. 1867, to Miss Margaret Robceimniitted. News of the Churches make Ins run shortly after 11 o'clock. nomenal success of the Maxwell prolitu'ation of interest to the banking Mr Noting and family formerly livHis residence is two squares from the duct beyond the wonderful value ofKev. J, G. Livingston will preach at world to determine the liability for which adds much to its appearance. The ertson Duncan, of Lancaster, member ed mi Filth street in Danville, hut ouiig nome Airs, ijcviiic and little fered in the $750 car, is the organiza- Pine Groc Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sun- obligations incurred by the president windows are seven feet lrom the floor of a prominent Central Kentucky famas a protection against Indians. The ily, and two children were born to about a month ago moved to West ou were still awake when they heard tion and factories of the big concern. day school at '). acling for the bank. inmates were thus hidden from view the union George Brad'ey, a son, Danville to the house adjoining the a man walk-- up to tlic front door. Mrs. Five big factories in Dctoit. Dayton The Ladies Aid Society, of the Chrisfiom the outside. The timber in the whu died in joung manhood, and Miss new Mission chinch on tlic South Devine remarked that Mr. Devme and Newcastle form the chain of man tian church will meet with Mrs. Will PAINT LICK every part of Haughman Saturday sills, Christine house was sawed by hand and the Bradley, now Mrs. John The family routined of Mr. and must have forgotten something and was ufacturing units where afternoon. Mm- - M) Miss Margaret Anderson visited the ratters etc, are very massive, quite South, of Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. V'limg and three children Zclina, returning home. At this point the man the Maxwell 25 is built. The total at half past two o'clock. Senator Bradley's active public life teachers at the residence of H. L. Wal- cuoiiL'h for two or three houses as they (Jtho and an infant Ollio is aliout lb walked around the house and nave number of men employed when the fac The Missionary Society of the IJap- lace and enioyed closim: exercises of are built today. The doors are made began with his election to the office years old and carries the mail between several heavy jerks at the kilcher tories are running full tune is 15.UU0. iisi hiii Mr Carpenter has received his Max- at inureii. o'clockmet: I'nciay afternoon otu school. "f rvo layers of this heavy material, i.t loiiuiy attorney of uarnird county tin depot and the ost office and is door. It was securely fastened and fie three with Miss Mollie In this capacity his ability Miss Delia Tender entertained Miss put on a frame diagonally and almost in (ftui assisted h his father. finally turned anil walked away. In a well demonstrator and much favorable Daugherty Allie Henderson's room Wednesday entirely covered witli heavy iron spikes. attracted the attention of the RepubNaturally many theories have been short while she heard the screams of comment is heard on all sides for its Rev. J. A. Trostle, evangelist for th night and ;he High School pupils gave You first enter the laryc hallway, lican party leaders, with which party-htrim appearance and improvements. He Transjlvania Presbytery advanced as to the probable cause of Mrs. N oting. returned from 13 steps uursoay the stairway and two and the murder The most probable ami Sheriff Haibersoii, while looking has been doing some preliminary hasten! Kentucky where ho has heei a piav iaddressed night, three Kev. . W. to the first of which contains which is he wis affiliated, Republican years later Beagle landing, upon became the graduates 'he so that tlic public were lookcandidate most generally accepted seems to he through the school books, of the little visiting the mission fields around Pine-vill- Friday night. All these exercises were carved on the end of each an eagle's for Congress in the Eighth Kentucky ing for a aootl car and they have not that the deed was the work of a burg- girl, found a letter ad- been disappointed. He is giving demMiddlesboro and Gary. He goes well attended and enjoyed by both pu- head. The 13 steps represent the 13 district 'I here was no lock to the door and dressed to one of her lar. this week to Pulaski county, where pils and patrons. little school-IrienHe made a gallant race, but the disstates of our Colonial times and the it was not fastened, as the ncighlior-hoo- d on I'iftli street. The Young onstrations to a number of prospective with Rev. W 11. Hopper, Mrs W. (i. Kemper, of Lexington, caglg typifies our country. trict being hopelessly Democratic he had tccu very quiet ami orderly family had only reecnttv moved from buyers, This car looks like a big bar- he will conduct a meeting of Hurnside of ten days is visiting Mrs, A. II, Estridge. On the loft of this hall is the parlor was defeated. Such a good showing and no harm was feared. the I'ifth street. neighborhood to West gain and a big setler at the price. ur two week at the Presbyterian church E C. McWhortcr and Walter k room the mantelpiece of which is very-tal- l did he make for his party that in The general opinion seems to be that Danville. The letter was a most at Pisyah. are enjoying their new Ford cars, with 13 "S'" carved above, also 1870, which was the Presidental vear the burglar entered the door and awak- cheerful one and told how well Gangloff Zwablen the O. C. Rucker. Mrs. A. B. Estridge representing the 13 states. To the right ni Again became the Congressional ened the girl, who xissibly set earned. fauiilj John F .wahlen and Miss Alma was pleased with their new ROWLAND and Walter llannnaek have added fresh of the hall is the family living room, standaid-be.ire- r of his party. He I'hen it was that he grabbed the table home and how the writer was getting (iangloff. a popular young couple of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hogic visited her paint to their rcsiJcnccs, which adds which contains a large, roomy press in made a brilliant canvass of the disthe southern linen and hold it over Iter mniiih while along at school, section of the county sitter, Mrs. Will Perkins Sunday. the wall, extending from floor to the trict, and made his Democratic oppovery much to beautify, their homes. he used the razor on her throat. He Saturday morning a great niuiiy were married at the parsonage by Rev, Misses Ethel ami Lillian Smith were The Mt. Taluir Baptists have pur- ceiling. The third story of the house nent sit up and take notice. was certainly leaving the place in a people were clinging to the theory I. (. llosshart. pastor of the German As proof of his recognition as a The woodwas ucd for a k hurry for he did not slop to pick up Ins that the girl might have committed Reformed church at Otteiiheim last the guests of their sister, Mrs. Lilburn chased the residence of Walter for a parsonage, Rev. C. S. work of each room in the house is party leader he was elected delegate-at-larg- e hat silicate. This was exploded in many Thursday. Mr. Zwahlen is a well known Brent Monday. Higgins Mr. Willian. to seven Republican national was the guest Ellis will move into same in June. He carved. July a few minutes 'after the murder ways In the first place the gash was young farmer while his bride is the hi- -, Beneath the house is an immense conventions. in one ol these, that ot was commuted thrie freight trams such a large one that it would have iKipui.tr and attractive daughter of of Jos, best girl at this place last week. are glad to welcome Rev. Ellis in the 1830, at Chicago, seconding the nomiSmith ol Lchouan Junction visit- Manse. There quite a bunch of nice cellar the full size of the house, user! left the Danville yards. One was en been a physical impossibility for tier Louis (iangloff. They have the hearty ed his father and sister here. pretty maidens in and around Paint in an emergency as a retreat in case nation, ot General U. S. Grant. In the route to Louisville, another to Cin- P. have done it. 'lhen she is right congratulations of many friends, Mrs. F. Hlankenship and children Lick that doubtless will have need of of a surprise by the Indians. The convention of 1884 he defeated the cinnati and the third to Chattanooga. handed and the gash was cut from visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. the brother's the representation services before many cellar was loop.holed, as was the lop motion to curtail It it thought probable that the mur- right to left. On one ol her clucks Alverton Now For Helm from the South. In 104, when the, Ware Monday. story of the house. mouths. derer left town on one or the other of was a thumbnail print and on the othJesse M. Alverson, editor of the national Republican convention met Col. uud Mrs. Whitley's initials apJ Ji'""'ngs was the guest of ,M!!S Grovtr Cox. of the Manse ncighlor-hooNews, who was m no suspicious er was three finger-nathe trains, although prints, indicat. LawTeiiccburg has finished his new residence. pear over the front door ami are form in Philadelphia, he seconded the nomthat her head had been held while Louisville yesterday, said that it was of Mrs Mat Martin, characters are reported to have been Mrs, Mary Navlor is the guests ol rd of glazed brick. Hut in later years ination of Roosevelt for President. seen around the yards at the hour her throat was beng cut. Her fathci a cinch lor Congressman Harvey Helm He was three times elected a mem. a veranda has been erected and the inNow Is the Time to Swat the Fly mentioned. had two or three razors aliout the fo' the Democratic renominatioii in the relatives in Stanford. her of the Republican national com Mr and Mrs. Olier visited relatives Flies follow tilth fever follows flics. itials arc not visible The parents of the little girl have bouse and there would have been no Kightli district and that while several 1 live in half a mile of this houi . It mittee and in the memorable national here last week. It is better to screen the cradle and excuse for tier to have secured a ra- prospective aspirants had been menthe deepest s)iupathy of their communconvention of 1888 he received 103. Sunday School i progressing nicely wear a smile than scoff at the precauis now owned by a'widow. tioned as opiMMients, there never was a ity in litis hour of deepest sorrow and zor awav from home, and then, t. votes for the Republican nomination tion and wear mourning. neighbors the mysterious hat found at the chance to defeat him. Kdiior Alverson at this place. are doing all possible to for Vice President, Mrs, Frank Higgins. of Lancaster, Decoration Day in Jessamine Flics in the dining room usually preeon fort them. No crime has ever so kitchen ibxir cannot be accounted for. said that heretofore for personal reaIn WX he was brouuht into still At a meeting of fohn Morgan Chapcede nurses m the sickroom. The funeral of the little victim was sons lie had been against Congressman is the guest of her parents. stirred the people of thajt locality; and James Carter is at home quite sick Scieeiif in the windows prevent crepe ter. I'. D. C, at Nicholasvillc, the pro. greater prominence in the South by held at the ilaptist church on Sunday Helm, but 'Ins tune lie was for him while Danville is a strictly for Decoration Day, June 3. receiving the indorsement of the Kenagainst anyliody, "and I am hearty for of leveer. on the door community, it would be dangerous morning at 9 o'clock, followed by of tucky Republicans in the State convene Ben Lee Hardin, Flies as well as bad water spread was arranged, in llellevue cemetery. for tlic villian to be captured just at large the Tall Sycamore of the St. Asaph.' Harrodsburg, will make the address. tion for President. Heavy Raise On Wayne Property t.vphoid. this time, so hitter is the feeling against crowd (fathered to pay last tribute to for Congress from the ICighth District." Only on one occasion was he offered Louisville Times, The State llroad of Equalization A fly in the milk may mean a mem. Wood Dudlap, of Lexington, and King the man guilty of such a heinous crime. the victim of such a horrible crime an apHiiiitive office by the United Swope, of Danville, will sneak it raised Wayne county 10 per cent on her of a family in the grave. Most of the minister of Danville Monday's Advocate had further States Goverment, and that was A tly lias natural eiirmies. The most National cemetery, Camp Nelson, Decof the brutal murder, as referred to the horrible tragedy in "articular Six policemen were called in to re- property so Messrs. A. V. Bertram. G. when he was appointed United States h Hacker and Judge J. S. Sandusky persistent and most effective should oration day. May 30. follows: The brutal murder of Miss their pulpits Sunday. One at least store order at the senatorial convenMinister to Korea, which was in 1839. in attributed so many horrible murders' tion of Spencer, Warrick and Vandcr. will go to Frankfort this week to en- be man. Xclma Young is still shrouded Waher. ElanuiiQ vears old. was the This honor he declined, as he ore. It costs less to buy a screen door than deavor to have the Hoard remove the mystery which the officers and people in the United States to the laxity of burg counties in Indiana. first victim of the year from hot ferred to take his chances for polit. mmisliment of those who take human have been totally unable to unravel, The will of Charles W. Post, of raise, 'this raise would cost the tax to get sick and lav off for a month, leal preferment with his own people It's short haul from the garbage can weather. He died Monday at Pike- - in Kentucky life The only clews at hand are a Battle Creek. Mich., leaves- - the bulk yayeik of Wayne county $J,580. to burying himself in a from a ville shortly after suffering to the dining table via the fly route. The lollowing people and firms this of an estate, estimated at $20,000,00, J made by a factory in raror diplomatic pigeon hole on the other lu'uitrokc. If at first you don't succeed, swat, Thirteen new catdinals were creSt. Louis, a large black slouch hat morning contributed as follows to a to his widow and daughter. Lebanon is t have another loose leaf 'side of the globe. He had made the swat, swat again. bearing the name of a Sail Antonio, reward fund for the canture of the ilav. Shelby Isaacs, of .Marion county, ated at a secret consistory at Rome. tobacco warehouse. It will be erected race for Governor of Kentucky as the Texas, dcaicr, and the bloody finger er of Miss Zelma Young and others had a $200 mare killed hy a train at Republican nominee two year before, Sallow- comnlexioii is due to a torpid by L. A. Hums, of Springfield. Barbed wire cuts, rauued wounds. prints of the murderer which were are being rapidly added Heurv jack, Riley's Station last week, , i and was defeated, but tucli an aggrct- made on a chair and on the door son. $J5. Kentucky Advocate. $25. S. H. collar ami harness galls heal up (;uic!;lv liver. HERBINE purifies and gives l(v m brilliant canvass did he make PUnty Fir Insurance for All through which the murderer made his Nichols. $5. C. C. Ilaghy, $5, H, J. Dur-haThe division boards will meet June when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT the liver and bowel strength and re. You can get all you want In Old Line ,1'a,,,,',S1 "Buhr Democratic ma jority exit, stores the rosy bloom of health to the $5. Cliestnut-Salteholographs of these will be $5. G. W. the 6th, for the purpose of employing is applied, It It both hcali.ig ami an ,f pay '"") I 'nee 50c Sold by Sliupars' company that will n:...f you promptly duced.OU) in the previous year was re- Chestnut $5, W. G. Dunlap, $5 J. 1 teachers, Teachers should be present tiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $1 p hi taken. .. to lest than 17.000. Eiuht years .i . .... l.t Drug ir-- i Chief George Thurmond attested a Frank. $5. U. G. Fox. $5. "V Store. Stanford, Lytic Bros., Crab cics i,.... It, M, Ncvvland. tn..r jY.r later. In 18V5. he strain, man the iit- with their credentials. U bingieton, tie. Sold by Shugars' la.isc O chard 42-- 1 suspicious looking negro at the Dan- Kvery officer in Danville and all the Stipt Bros., Crab Ovn I Stanford. Lytic (Continued on Second Page.) Thirteen-year-ol- d ville depot Saturday night, lie at first county officials are busily engaged on HORRIRLL MURDER OF gave his name as Johnson Inn later the eae and every ossible effort will DANVILLE was found to he Granville Mayficld, be made to capture the murderer and LITTLE GIRL IN Child W. 0. BRADLEY PRESIDENT HELD POOL ROOM BURGLARIZED Midnight Visitor Calls on U. S. Tray lor and Rifles Slot Machine On Hai Throat the Charge of Embtttlement, Following Closing of Its Doors Re-vi- l', R' 'IflPjBIH ur s scr-vir- kr.o-.vr- sixty-seve- three-judg- one-jud- tlie.ame fc..tl'e1Si0,r .!,"" Falk-ston- white-lundte- d 1 r Nun-nclle- y, s . l. to-d- two-pag- 42--- 2 So-nl- S220-(XX- ) mtir-dci- 1 cl'-w- Ill . e e. Ham-mac- Ham-mac- ball-roo- il ' d, -g rur-JIm- e - white-handl- j - r. i., ,li 1 i T, rr J '- .i, iYii-- ' sM 'jTrTXi. o ' V -- y "1crILf 5- -. - M-'- nVji.ii v - mv. W-- W itW...A-C.m. r w--. , T"- w j THE IHTMIOR JOURNAL STAMFORD, KIHTgCKT. TUESDAY, MAY 36, H14 .' TW ChlNrii Cry for FUtchr' hUrir hmmal . ProprlMol IN ADVANCE at STlUCTbT 1 DeifMM Cmmk mtlo .W..wl ronton. ef ii nr dtfni. n.'l tint l Be MELTON U. SAUFLKT nm I Crt II A TEAS poHcfiti Kntttti l Httnd tlatt miil matltr. A race liorsc named Sltnltri u Tke Kind Ton Havo Always Bonght, and which lins been la use fer over DO . years, has bomolho BlRnaturo ot his pcrand has been made- under Infancy.aonal Biipcnlslon Mnco Its irJt V0kmrjy4UcJiM, Allow no one to deceive yon In this. " are but AU Cmmtcrfclts, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health ot la'siits and Children Experience against Lxpcrlmeat. jt -- - Jmt-as-go- od c, Castorla Is a harmless snbstltnto for Cnjtor Oil, Pare-orlDrops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It nrcotlo Morphinecontain neither Opium, guarantee. nor other Worms It destroys enrs mbstanrc. Its ago Is Its It r.nd allays Foverlshness. For moro than thirty Constipation, lias been In constant use for tho relief ofTroubles and Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething and LoyrW, Dlarrliaa. It regulates tho Mnmnch natural sleep. assimilates tho Food, ghlng healthy and The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's rrlend. What is CASTORIA Mere'i to Yoa. Lake for Luke Mc of th I.tike, the pliilosoplicr-luimorij- t, Urcimiati Enquirer, won a great race at Louisville last vuck and the scnbi wai there to witness his namesake There's omc class to tin ictory. McLukcs. The race horse won, As if 'twas play, His namesake shows It every day. To Luke .McLukc, we Doff our hat. We hope ou broke 'Die bookies flat. rindllton of th moron, llnlnf of BaMU Tonf, Wfn thU tut l lomfd im wfta tnnnil or lmpfft rnmMIn lMfnn W Hi trtall, tn4 It I, mllrtlr nnlrM Ibt lnflmmllon tl tw Htrn mt im r- I M lob rwtorrt to I" nonnii rcnuimm, Inr will b dtwyr! fnrwf I nln U HMMlif wKlch nothlnB bat tm irn nnM tT CUrrh. nraonaa mtficn. n lnllitiH xmitlihiii of tt n . ill Ihu ffnmlrMt llnlt.r for tllT t or linfiw" IrnnwM hr cnurrM tint rtnnot o , nd for elrm-lir,fnml bf llill'i eUrrh Corf. frr. p j cnnSEY A C0., Tolwks 0. HoM br trnI.H. TV. Tilm lUlfi llinillr I'lllt tor con,tlptloB. J"'"'3; $" ld hrln, BOYS' CLOTHES Beyt no not know the step iftt "I dolUr. They do no! know how many nor how much time it Uket to one. They do not know how to DEATH OK BRADLEY (Continued publican from First nuke Re- Iar) THOTCET do not THEIR CLOTHES. care how and Thy GENUINE CASTORIA jBears the Signature of ALWAY! 2L&tfffl&M The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought In Us For Over 30 Years Grandma's Telephone Visits to keep in touch with things. In the next town lives another dear old lady who was Grandma's schoolmate, and of whom she is very fond. It is impossible for the two old ladies to do much visiting, but every day they call each other up on the telephone and have the most delightful chats. No one gets more comfort and pleasure out of the family telephone than Grandma. When you telephone smile GRANDMA likes SMITH is a sprightly old Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 339 80UTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound man- agement and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. J. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. S. s. Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. FEEDS Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, $1.60 per 100 lbs. makes fat Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions $2.00 per 100 lbs. and Jacks "Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedJMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, $2 00 per 100 lbs. makes milk the hi party became nominee for Governor, 1 llarilm, the Watt General Denu'cratic free silver candidate, and plurality of 8,912. rccciv ing a He was the first Republican Governor Kentucky ever had, and notwithstanding the strong partisan feelThe I.ouijmIIc papers say that party, by IimW A Stanley has opened head- ing aroused in the opposing hi sweeping victor), his administraquarters at rooms 640 and 042 at the lie iHtlbacli Hotel. Some of us country tion was cniimntl) successful a number of substanrecommended t.ixp.icrs had an idea that Mr Man-Ii- y tial mcaMircs which were carried out tlrawiiig his salarj of ocr fJU is helped to improve the edua da to maintain htadquarlcr in die and which industrial and civil condicational, halls of congress and attend to the tions of the lllue Grass State. The people's business there instead ot Reformatory at Griendale, near around the count rj ir injf to per. State Lexington, wa fathered by him. and suailc us to ekct him to another has become one of the largest and most potential for good of the several Mali- - institutions. The principal build That Stanley can sling the King's ing at the institution was named tne Luglish to a Queen's taste and is a Uradlcy building in his honor, a name beautiful talker, no one will deny, Uut which it still remains. lleforc 1908, he had been nominated that he is equally as reckless in Ins Charges and arguments is also well and voted for four times for United 1V08. known to those who are aware of the States Senator, but in February Con-htrue facts regarding Ins own record a seat in the upper house of occup ambition to and the records ot his opponents in the senatorial race. We do not behove gress was granted, lor wic eicuciai that the good democrats of Lincoln are Assemblv, although Democratic, electEdcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. going to be fooled by his oratorical ed him over his Democratic opponent,claptrap or the brand ot "bull" that he Governor .1. C W llcckham, uy a maUA Mis term as acnaior jonty of 8. is handing out so profusely. would nave cxpinu .ian.n . was anxiiHis for htm to His partv Stanley made two spitclies in Lin- stand for but on account coln county Saturday attcruoon and of the state of h's health, he declined night. His salarj of ocr $2U a day and onl) a few davs ago announced as congressman, is paid linn just the 1n it, ltnttnn same as if he was at Washington jX- Senator Bradley was not only an tendmg to his duties. Do the taxpa)-cr- s able lavvjer, but was regarded as one! FOOT-EAS- E ot Lincoln thnk that tlusc two of the best political campaigners in rh ntiKiillernderhkJ"lto speeches in this count) were worth $10 the entire country His picturesque Rem ,i...tinn.Thi Standard qtwticr apiece to them? That's what they coit and forceful eloquence appealed to edy lor iiiiB.lttlmnntAl Sold ...... the Feet lot ou. selthe masses, and his fervid oratory evcrywhrtf. Zie """Pi I'KKlt. Trawl dom failed to rouse his hearers to en4.1 put the LEa In Senator V. O Uradlcy, who dud thusiasm. of recognition of his abit-it- j. Ttoe Mn who In proof Saturday at Washington, was one o' he was appointed b as a the really big men ot the senate and s TrcsidciU Iawer. to institute suits High School Thursday evening Mies Pat Marie Ballard. leal statesmen as well as one ot tht against theArthur contractors, but Fastv Kinnaird. I'mma Walker, Katie e v of the Vnderson. most accomplished politicians Holtclaw, lua Todd, I luabeth Col present age Although alwajs a par- - declined His oratory was especially in deLear ros t!jn, his charming personality beloved mand at national conventions, and on her and IkmieGivcns, MessrsLawnm. ctor rton, Bourne aboe it alwavs and he was he was elect- I.ucian Grant Wm Swope and Robt different occasions alike b. political fneniU and toes three of the Kentucky dclga-im- n TVel n tmi ed chairman rejic to his ashes. m n.ittnii.il rnttvrntioiis. antl each Conn has returnee! to Miss of the I n..... .11. stclla .i 4t:ii nub her nar time held up the reputation iffr Bule Grass State lor eloquence and ent, Mr and Mrs j. U Conn Big Yield of All Kinds of Fruit leadership Li214 Denny has returned General prospects tor a large j:e!d occasions memorauic Un several rbiickli. nc.ir of truit of all kinds with the posile his service was called into requisition irom a visit to Mrs exception of peaches, hae not been to deliver set speeches. He delivered Uichmond. C Price, of Danville, was the Mr W equalled at any tune within the past orations at the dedication at the Kenguest of Mr and Mrs Fred P Fru decade, save in 112, according to the tucky building at the Columbian bic last week. report of the United States Clumber in Llucauo in 1839: unveil The present faculty will return at of Commerce's committee on Statisti;.-au- d ing of the Jefferson statue in Louisrnsutng Standards on the condition of fruit ville: unveiling Kentucky monument the Graded School for the of Miss Ollic as of May 2, last. The report deals .it Chickmauga t'ark and the dcuica- - vear with the exception having resigned and in her with all truits of commercial impor- tion of the Kentucky State Capitol in Dean, she Delia Tinder has been c stead Miss tance, including apples, peaches, pears, 1910. lectcd. lemons, grapefruit, strawberries, cherhe was for the last two decades Mm l'lirn lnn. n( Bnantsv ille is ries and the like. the most forceful member the guest of her sister," Mrs a Wm The committee reports that more or of the Republican party in Kentucky less damage has occurred in nearly all and one of the influential leaders of Dukerson. here will regret very much Friends sections to fruits, but that save in the the party in the South. to hear of the alarmini; illness of Mr. case of peaches, it is not a matter of I Alex Doty. He har been in declinmuch moment, severe com snaps in LANCASTER ing health lor some time, but he reconsiderable clam, early spring caused Miss liliKibcth Ford, of Sayre In- cently suffered a severe hemorrhage age to peaches in many states. Okla is Duke Goodloe, of Springfield, the homa, Arkansas ana Kansas sunereu stitute, Lexington, is at home for here for a visit to Lancaster relatives vacation. heavily, the outlook in those States beMiss Marguerite Sampson, oflar-rodsburper cent of a ing for not oer-2Luke McLuke Says is here visiting Miss Nannie crop. More or less severe damage A man is always willing to drop also was done in South Lentral Mis-ou- B, Hcrnnff. Miss Ilernie Lear entertained at a what he is doing now to tell voir what Southern Mississippi. Northweshonor six tern Alabama, South and East Texas. handsomefaculty o'clock dinner inSchool he is going to do in the High Southwestern Georgia, Western Ken- of the The brst Aoman isn't the woman that Kobin-soSouthern trof and Mrs Cancer, Misses tucky, Western Tennessee, Ilrashcar, Mason. Dean, .oun.i nobody talks about. She is the woman Idaho and portions of North Carolina. nderson. Small and Mrs. Ethel V who talks about nolxdy. "Llsewhere," the committee finds, girl who steamed The the outlook is so promising that in Parnold. Misses Louise and Nettie Rice, of ler face over a wash tub had more rocs general a crop of peaches approaelung in her cheeks than the modem Princess Paint Lick and Julii Hills, ot Kicli .he normal seems more than a nond were recent guests of Miss Marie who p.itronucs a Beauty Parlor Ballard. Daughter can play tennis from 1 o'Senior Class numnenng 14, clock until 5 o'clock without stopping The An estate alueJ at nearly disnoscil of largel to a wide give a reception on Friday evening in to rest. Uut if Mother asks" her to walk up to the butcher's and get a range of charities by the will of Miss the sch'Kil building. the flock of pork chops Daughter has NerRev. J V Beagle preached Elizabeth Shoppen, of Philadelphia. sermon on Friday evenBaccalaureate Francis Kossuth, son of 'the Hun- ing to the graduating class of the vous Prostration The only time some men will admit garian patriot, who succeeded to lead High School in Paint Consolidated ership uiton the death of his father, that the world is treating them right Lick. died in lludapant. is when some on says ' What'll you Miss Mary Kiester, of Pennsylvania have?" 1 lie Uritisli (nvernment has linally of her friend, Miss Letly is the gue-s- t not to participate in the Mae McRobcrts. decided It is funny to me why they call them Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition at ban You never saw a green A number of private residences have grass widows Francisco. been raided b thieves, who captured one, did you? G. C. Hamilton, aued 85. a uioneei many money, clothes and eatables. Its If you want to eat a plate of soup utUkii of Marion county, died at Lebis reported about $50 in money was right away the blame stuff keeps ImiiI anon last veek. ing Imt for an hour But if you want it church is too often a place that taken. Mary Miss Lnn Fox, of Stanford, to stay hot while you attend to someis too small for a wedding and too large has been isiting Mrs. J. Rockwell thing it gets ice sold in ten seconds. lor religious sen ices. Smith. It isn't liquor that nukes men ornery Lancaster relatives and friends have I know lots of ornory mutts who stick County Attorney Must Prosecute approach-m- a received invitations to the to water. marriage of a former Lanca'It is my opinion that the County AtDon't grumble because you are not Coinmon-,cr,!;On Win. Bradley Johnston. h strian, torney should represent the any inducement .xrminint,' tnal held oid at Pr.olucnCc Christian wealthy. There inisn't June in r." your hops and no to put arsenic a I'olue Jmh;e." said Assistant chiirch. he will be united in marriage judge will hold that you were insane ttiriiev General M M. Logan in an to Miss Nancy I.vnn, an attractive when you made out your will. opinion K'en, Dulin Moss, city pros- - umiig girl of Lexington. Gilma is the latest fool stunt to set Mr; Morris hlcy and little daughcm r t,t frank tort, today ine uuest-tio- n arose over a point raised in the ter, of Richmond, are with her parents, the women crazy Gilma is a sines of jut jilu kinks that enable a girl to de I'ranlcfort Police Court whether when Mr and Mrs. L J Sanford. Miss Ruby Nell Hilton, of Stanford fend herself with her feet. She can the Police Judge sits a an examining Magistrate in a criminal case the Ut. wa the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. II. kick a weapon out of a man's hand or 1 kick him under the chin But can't kick loseculor or the County Attorney Batson recently Mrs. Fred Frisbic gave a well ar- that high in the tight skirts. should represent the Commonwealth. Mr-- Logan rfiil the Police Judge is jii ranged six o'clock dinner Thursday to A Wise High Brow says the kisses honor Dr. Louis S. Mc.Murtry, of Uan women give each either do not mean any. ex inuning Magistrate under such and refcrrid to Section 51 villc Mr. W C. Price, of Danville, Dr. thing Certainly they mean sometlung of the Kentucky Statutes, which inakis J II. Kinmard, of this city, were in, it But there arc eight different kinds of kisses, beginning with adoration and it the duty of a Magistrate, if the cd to meet the distinguished man. Luke. Na) lor, a voting farmer of this ending with treachery. charge be a felony, to give the County Attorney reasonable notice in writing county and Miss Nettie Mathews, were in wedlock's holy bonds by Easy for Harvey Helm Says Bowman united to attend and prosecute such charge. Joe limbry, one of the cleer attaches Rev. F. M. Tinder. According to Jeff D. Bowman, of Mrs. U. D. Simnsori is at home Danville, who was doorkeeper of the of the State Auditor's office, came down from Frankfort yesterday and from a visit to relatives in Huston-villi- -. last llcuse of Representatives and is was one of the interested spectaculars regarded as one of the best posted poliMrs. Anna Mc Uougle and son, of ticians in his section of the State, there at the race track. Many of Joe's hotel Mrs. McDouglc's sister, Mrs. George U nnt tlii xpmblance nf a chance to de friends congratulated him in the lobby last night on the absence of the Smith, Jr. feat Congressman Harvey Helm for Mrs. S. D. Crochran was hostess at the Democratic rcnomination, ami he fami'liar crutch he has had to use for many months, he being a sufferer from an elaborate course dinner for Dr. J. predicted that he would have no opporheumatism. Joe said he had left the L. Hill, of Georgetown, Prof, and sition within the party "Some mighty-goocruteh in the hotel check room, but was Mis. Cancer, Misses Bcttie Robinson highlit district Democrats have able to navigate some without it. He and Miss Minnie Margaret Welch. been 'mentioned' for Congress," said Dr. L. S. McMurtry, a former is one of the most astute country poliMr, Bowman, "but none of them, it apdelivered a most excellent pears, seriously entertained the idei of ticians in the State ami rarel, if ever, address and the diplomas to the large becoming a candidate has the wrornj "dope" on the situation. this time graduating class in the Lancaster Louisville Tunes. l.omswlle Tunes. itcnce of toon they wear out. Consequently BOYS' WEAR usually should be men's. FOR stonier better thin find have .& We buy the best we can If fftf THE BOY. He has to suit, then bring him to ui for all wool blue lerge, plain or norfolk coat, trousers lined at J3.00 and folk cuat ot $3.00, 17 30, in Caul-me- n, gtey and blown, plain and not $5 00, S7.30 run-nui- K and 110. Boys' pants, any colors, any site, and price from 30 cents to $2 00. Boys' shoes, boys' hats, boys' underwear. Boy's hosiery. Bring them to ui foe what they need to wear, is H. J. McROBERTS. STANFORD, KY. (III m 1 ALLEN'S Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY is a safe, prompt, ef- riiii fective remedy. It gives an immediate and grateful sense of relief, checks irritation and discharge, renders breathing free and restores general comfort. The Rexall Guarantee is given with every purchase of Rexall Catarrh Spray. This means, if it fails to satisfy, every cent paid for it will be returned to you. Complete treatment $1.00. Star-rout- 1 1 Mr' 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 g, not-m- al n, $2,000-OOO- is 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 ie "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 SSuST n, Colt Futurity THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION OF LINCOLN COUNTY WERE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF THEIR FUTURITY STAKE OF LAST YEAR THAT THEY HAVE TO HAVE IT AGAIN THIS YEAR. THE PURSE WILL BE $100.00 AND AN ENTRANCE FEE OF $J.OO WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY HE CLOSED ON JUNE THE J, J9M. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANV FURTHER INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULCY FUR- N1SHED UPON APPLICATION TO D Oae Loae Gerw Breeds Millieas sor or cut let th gtiint uadtr Lb klln. II ruu don t slop let A J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'Clary Slop Ik J. H. BAUGHMAN ft CO. Antiseptic Salve It itspt lh Bmt br.4!ni ullm will b BiiUoiu t It ityt. WU CNSr?fC3 VyiMBSili??riNX. 'J UNDERTAKER AND EMSALMEf) Offle PhMM 117. OIL BELL'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY alb.r vul uh II. A SM. at daUwt ol IrvubU. ,n br4uit X MM. 11 liMP W b.L .rui. H looUit. n4prtv.ul tun fc -- 11 UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Dealers ia FurnKure Matttofl, Rugs. Furni- W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky huuiitit ture Exefcan;4 far Of Stack aH Kh H(M PhWK X Mi k Br Tfc ir PH0NE42 STANFORD. KY. STANFORI, KENTUCKY. ' W' mr ,v. ' vk 'W v- i THE 1HTKH10W JOCRNAT. STAN FORD, KENTUCKY rtlRSPW. MAY 28. 1914 STORY OF KING RICHARD AND ROBIN HOOD. ' Coming to the Opera House Friday Nieht Next: u l' THE MUTUAL FILM COKPORAT! ON PkESEHTS i IN FOUR PARTS REMARKABLE Mu Clara Collier, of Crab Orchard, is the Kueit of Mix Mary llurdctte, Mrs, W II L'nderwiNid, ol near Hub blc, hai been Millie ill for several diya several JihIk'C John Mrncftc jpent das in Louisville last week. I. T Mcncfre. of Ktiowillc. hai been here several dajs this week. Mrs l.l$a Martin is visiting rcla lives and friends at l'erryvillc. Mrs Morris sliltj, "f Uichtnoiul, is the vuest of Misses Lena and IVarl Hampton Mr ami Mrs C.irroll Uallcy and children, of Crab Orchard, utlt'inlrd the Hacli rcciltl here Monday nilit Miss Mnr llailc, of Crab Orchard, is the Kiiut of Miss I.ylc Cooper, for the Commencement exercises C U Coleman, of Carey, Hell counts spent siver.il ilas hire this week with lili iuitiil; Mrs Wood ic Hale lias returned home from Danville, aflir a visit to her daughter, Mrs II, C Wray Mr and Mrs. Frank I'mett, of arc the guests of Mim Mullie DaUKhert) .Mr Aicx Hrnn .nil tlaiiKlitir, Mrs. Mattie Duitcan, of I.ac.istcr, wire the Knots of Miss l'aulinc I locker litvs-ita- Robin H I Mil The stirring life of the great adventurer known to every man, woman and child is here shown properly in black and white . pictures for the first time. 3 SHOW STARTS AT 7:30. TWO SHOWS Already a car load of coal has been. HUSTONVILLE The Musical to be given at the opera hauled to the A. W Carpenter farm houe 1 hursday night May 28th prom for the engine and the machinery is at ises to lie largely attended Ihe ladu Stanford on the cars ready to be hauled have bine most fortunate in si curing to lite places ot operation. Iki Net Tovch the Uvtr s' me of the viry best musicians to as Rnhln Hnnil Coming to Op?ra Hnnse stst Miss Bates, of Danville, utll as Tot m7 clear out ILe InU.tlual tiact. UUI nopoi rrilFTftlllv naiuraninp una Mr Welev, of Stile Kobin Hood was the son oi an l.ng-tis- h I sui with violin Years ro May Apple Hoot (railed College, l.iimgton, with Cornell, Miss Nobleman, hut after the Norman was a laat-r- e aort bile starter. Faulkner, of Birmingham, as soloist, Contptet he, like all other Saxons, It rfpl fmrfvillr, but brought out the blla. Podopbyllln with the pip taken ,Miss Medio, of Danville, as acconi were practically rcdttcid to the position oat Is bow to b. had under tu. nm. The elder man, the right. paiust Others who will take part are of vissals Mr llurris of Nnv ork City Miss fill larl of Huntington but unable to Vtii'it I irpenter Misses Anna Moyd.of supKrt Ins claim, with his son, lived Hint itvilte .mil Katlieryne Warriner near the bonier of Sherwood forest of Conservatory of Music Citicl'inin They were looked up to by their Sax number of ehiblrtu will take hart in on nctghlxirs, who hoped that some day table nix and living ptc'iircs Mr Wal tbev might he able to ncapture their kcr n.is offend to furnish a new piano native land from the Norman invaders for that night, which vv'll add grcitly HEARD ABOUT TOWN Under the Norman rule cruel punishto llu intisir Tickets for reserved scits ment was inflicted for slight offenses, I'Oli Hums tobacco setters and hand on sale at Kific Bros. Admission 15. anv man who killed a deer in the roysetters, see V H lltggins ou will ;25 and .15 cents al forest having" his cars cut off Robin 42-- 1 I) W Dunn is now filling large or Hood the most skillful arclicr of his need them this dry weather tiers for potatois plants time, consequently ignored this edict Inhn Unit Mrlvfttni!. itn t( lilt and defied the sheriff and all his men Quite a number from here brightest and best, boys in town, is Stanford Monday to attend went to 1 he authorities determined to make circuit clerking for W II. Higgins. an example of his cjsc and when one of vvhiih court began there Monday Brown wint down with a lot of wit- the game wardens reported having seen V V Hays local agent for the Iluuk nesses Kobin Hood slay a deer in Sherwood to testify his behalf a car, sold to Harry Jacobs, the monu that should havein Ik en thrownin outcase Forest the sheriff organized a force for of mini man, a touring car this week. court before now, as there is very lit- a secret attack iiion the home of Kobin tle in it. The other parties have ncvir II mid It happened that Kobin was en MiCarty X Anderson sold a couple made their appearance acamst htm tenanting many of his Saxon friends more of the popular little Kurd cars Among when the sheriff appeared A good ram is what the tobacco those in the house was Maid Marian. this week V I' Gritnis, of Stanford, planters arc now wanting Lots of litils Kolnn's svvicthcart, and her father The ami I)r M L. lipc, of Moreland ire having to be heavily watered every Saxons fought bravely, but reinforceeacli got a touring cir tlay to keep them alive-- , especially ments appeared and they realized that they are close to ludgc ftnees Sam J hinbry, Jr. is clerking in the where if it would be necessary to retreat. The K Wyalt, an employe of C B Pow postoince during vacation women escaped through a secret under, If young elh while coasting down Kauffnian's ground passage but as tht mm were Vmbry makes as i$ood an official for hill Sunday at a lively speed came in about to follow them, the sheriff's parI'nclc Sam as he is a ball pliycr, hi will be Postmaster General sonic ol contact with a small negro Uj, wh ty hurst in the front door with a batjust kept junijnng from ojic side of the tering ram. these fine days. road to the other, trying to kiey from To cover the retreat of the women, GJ uilin, the well known black bung run over The vvhetl slipped Kobn's nun closed the trap door and smith of Mt Salem was in town Mon from under him and threw him alxiut bravilv fought their way out by the lay at circuit court. He was summoned fortv feet down the pike with the bimuni cuiiriiiic, ridllllH niiei euc luicsi. in a juror but was rightly excused by cycle on top of him He is c mstdirahly There their leader conducted them to the court on accouni ot the illness ot bruisid anil tut. but nothing serious a hiding place under "the grccifwood lie received a very ugly cut on the tree", a favorite try sting place of his little son. Ilert uslm 1h- little n fellow, who is just ten vears of agi kuee. whieh will knp him em the still and Marian . ,rdc for several days Parties who was taken violently ill while at Sun They realued tint after their fight vittiesstil the accidint say that they day school Sunday, with a vomiting with the sheriffs party it would be spelt, and was little better when Mr 'n not t'c why it did not kill htm imprudent for them to return to their L. M Km!, the leaelmg merchant o VUttm left home Monday morning Mitchcllsburg. was here last Thursdiy homes, so they became forest rovers. 'I hey took an oath never to harm a vith relatives and friends and attend dmond Murphy, ol King's Mounwoman or rob the poor, but to wage id to some business affairs tain, who has been serving as deputy Mr and Mrs K M Tate, of Danville unrelenting war upon the Normans he riff in the southern part of the conn In the battle Marian's father was v for some time, was in town Monday noiored here last Thursday m their 'i'w Hunk car. which is a fine car and imong those who had been slain She to upon to Sheriff Weathirforel am Mr Murphy has made a 'pint the day with Mr and Mrs C P ind Robin married by Friar Tuck who the court trown. on the Bndfordsulle ptkc lad cast his fortunes with the hand, splendid officer and has proven jtt,t the Kcid Conway left last Friday for ind the others cheerfully agreed to ac-tman for the place. He is a Windhorst cnnsvlvaina to visit his father, who Kobin and Marian as their forest democrat anil liked by all who know mg and Queen, and unquestionably htm Mrs Murphy, his wife, has been s in business there Miss Mamie Tantsie left for her obev their commands. .pule ill for the just two months, and This picture will be shown at the her many frunds are sot'v to know thai ter home at May lick. Ky , to take her she has not made mucu improvement vacation at home during the summit Opera House, Friday night. nonths She will return again in the recently. . ill til t lln ,tlirf, There are a Great Many J 111.. 3VIIIIUI ."' " I.1MI1 .MK. .,f !. f.tinnl p,.A... ! t the Gratled School. Card of Thanks mhscrihers to the Ladies' Home JourClarence lltott and nephew, ol Mrs. Mary McChord and family de oiling Fork, were here Thursday nal, Saturday Evening Post and Country Cmtleman in this section of the sire to etind their thanks to thur Tionimg for a short time. irunds and neighbor for the kindness W II Noel, who moved "hack to the stpte. If your subscription has cxpir ind sympathy shown them during their farm of T 1.. Carpenter, where he was ed to any of these periodicals, send in the I. J., which ran recent bereavement in the death of living, when burned out a few months vrur renewal heir beloved son and brother, David igo Mr. Carpenter had a new house sae. rnl "?y and trouble in i making your renewal Mi Chord. 11 built lor him. Hardin Ellis, of the Rolling Fork A VALUABLE SUGGESTION .cction, came up Thursday morning HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT ind bought sonic new machinery of It Powell, the implement man Important To Everyone if our city The People's Market Place AdverAttorney It is now concided by physicians Ilaiiijhman. G D Florence and M. S. of Stanford, were here the tise What You Have to Sell ihat kieln;ys should havi more attin-.io- n as they control the either organs Jl the vvnk and returned to Stanford wiv of the new oil fields that are I WILL break horsis to ride and to a remarkable tlcgne and ilo a treimg opened up cast of Millcdgevillc. drive gmtle. Charges reasonable Thos mendous amount of work in rimoving I'eeclcr dams age four, was badly Hackley Stanford, Ky., Route 1. 2 the poisons and waste matter from I cut under the knee, Saturday evening, system by filtering the blood. while playing in one of the vacant lots During the winter months especially in the west end of town, where glass Insure vour Drooertv ui'h Bromlev whin we live an indoor life, the kid- and other tlibns had been thrown, for neys snotild receive some assistance quite awhile against the city ordinance & Bronilpv. Stanford. Kv. whin needed, as wc take less exercise, and At ,vill as looks and health to be drink less watir and often eat more considered Graduation presents at Muellers' and he received a very uli heavy food, thereby forcing the painful wound to the hone Several iewelrv store. kidneys to do more work than Nature stitchc hail to be taken He is rest-n- g intended. Evidence of kidney trouble quietly at present and hopes are small female coach elog LOST neb as lame back, annoving bladder that he will soon be able to be out v lead, burning, brick-dtroubles, smarting or Mrs E. S Pow i II is still in a very will pay reward for information C. L. or sediment, sallow complexion, critical condition at her home on west ing to whereabout or delivery 41-- 3 Dud.lirar. rheumatism, may be weak or irregular main street heart actum warns yon that vour kidI 1th in attrnded the Republican neys mpure lulp immediately to avoid District Convention at Junction City PIANO TUNING Anyone desir-in- g more serious trouble. tuning elonc. can find me at Mrs. Saturdav evening. Many physicians claim that an herbal Ihe Hustonville and Moreland Ball Hunn's lioardmg houve, till after Thurs. Miss Ellen Ballon. C medicine containing no minerals or teams crossed bats Sunday evening at ilay Reference p ptatis has the most hialmg influence Mori land with a score of 4 to J in Gricn, Stanford. n ideal herbal compound that has had tavor of HtiMoinillc It was hotly tost remarkable success as a kidnev NOTICE. If von hive rheumatism, remedy is Dr Kilmer's ml bladder W D. King, of P..rkiville came or lung trouble, call and sec Swamp-Roo- t. over lure Saturdav and purchased a scrofulaSaunders Drug B. I" ou may receive a sample hot'le of large anrtmtnt of sweet potatoes Co. Will be there at the Stanford Saunall week. II F by Parcel Post.Addriss id mis of D W Dunn Swamp-Knt Hi' i.iiis p Dr Kilmer & Co. Ilinulnmton. N V, 'they are viry scarce in that part of the ders. ml ciiciosi tin ieiil, aUo mention the iimnirv Interior Jour- Mr Bernard, the oil magnate, was WRITE me, telephone me, come and Slanlord 3 in our citv the latfr part of last keek see me about your house, carriages, ial ami automobile painting. Paper hanging in his way to Millcdgevillc and Shop on West Main street nt a countrv in llir inten-si- i fields, which are being rapidly 'lcleplkiiie n residence. No. the oil J. J 29-tOld Dripping possible gotten rcaely for operation. as Bcldcti. Stanford, Ky. Admission 10 and 20 Cints CASE of Mrs. HAM Declares Lydi E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Saved Her Life and Sanity. te.Ull the Shamrock, Mo. "I feci It my duty public the condition of my using ncaitn your medicine. I had MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES CiiMiid Buy Your ' m J, Spring Suit of 1 .1 !- i - 1 failing, liiflniniim-Uo- n r IlMnkhnm Mcrifrinu Co., ror. i (confidential) I.j tin, Mass. Urv PERSONAL and SOCIAL Airs S I) Cochran and daughters, Misses Lillian and Oracle May, of l.aticailcr, arc the gtusts of lur si icr. Mrs W S Fish Mrs I .uc) Millir Hartley, who hat ,nen vistttiti; lur aunt, Mrs Allurt IniL, Miller in CraufordsMlle. and I wait divins, who is attiuiling scl"-i- t lud , returned home on aliano, Mimtj) Mr J W Jameson, Mrs George W. Compound and Wood Iirifi r, nnd I Miwart, N A MiHtrc and Nulic Moore would have been In grave or In an of fans, Mrs. W W Goultir, and asylum If your medicines had not saved lrs Minn Miller, of C raw fordst lite, me. Hut now I can work all day, sleep iiitl, weie called here Tuesday by the leatli ot their sister, Mrs George C well at night, ent anything I want, ha IVttls no hot flnshea or weak, nervous sprits. the Somcrjit Journal had the folAll pains, aches, fonrs nnd dreads nrc lowing announcement of interest hire, gone, my house, children and hubnm) wlure both the crxitrictmg parties have aro no longer neglected, as I am almost nam (minis Mr and Airs George entirely free of the bad symptoms I imd (Cikin SalUe announce the cngige Lcforo taking jour remedies, and all it unit of their daughter. Lluahcth to Mr Richard Golt Williams, Jr The pleasuro nnd happiness in my home." Mrs. Josik Ham, K. F. D. 1, Box 22, molding will take place in June Shamrock, Missouri. If 3'oti trnnt sporlnl aiH Ice ivrltc Farmers areBEE LICK almost through planting I.jillfi I 'ln energy. There wu alwnyi a fear and dread In my mind, I had cold, nervous, weak spoils, hot (lashes over my body. I hod a place In my rijtht side that was o sore that I could hnrdly lenr the weight of my clothes. I tried medicines and doctors, but they did me little Rood, and I never expected to Ret out again. 1 got I.ydia K. I'inkhnm'a Vetretnble y Iridti nlghta, and l.l vl neither itrencth'ind nor I and congestion, female wenkiirM, In both side, Kin. and bearing down pain., was ahort of memory, nervoui, Impatient, passed aleepleii J. F. Cummins AT COST - BROWN AND OLIVER Walking and Riding Cultivators at W. H. Higgins new. Try one. We also have a New Rider for level and hillside plowing. Something W Ko-ni- 1 w t.itbrr still continues and is d.uiagmg wheat, oats and pastures. lioin to the wife of W 1. Taylor. n the 13, a daughter, Glva K I Owncs, who has been hauling pt I Miss l.liubeth Jackson, of Walton, is vis'ting Miss Sallie llurdctte Mr and Mrs. Kphraim Cunningham, of Connrrsville, arc the guests of Mr and Mrs. M. M. Sweetie). Mrs. William McGuffey and children are visiting her daughter, Mrs Albert IJishon at Crab Orchard visMiss Pearl Gentry, who has iting Mrs. Fred Itolion at I.ouisville, has returned home Miss Mary Walden Gooch, of Paris, Is ihe attractive gucsls of Mrs Win. fred Duncan, Mrs Darnatl. of Carlisle, was the guist of her daughter. Miss Kuth Dar-na- 'i last week. Miss Nancy Ycagcr is the guest of her grandfather, George I Ilright at Whitley City. Mrs. George F Cowan and little daughter, of bMkaue, Wash, are visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs J M Mrnefee, Sr Kcr. and Mrs. Homer CareHler and little daughter, hleauor Tivis, of Shelbwille, arc ill- - guests of her mother. Mrs J G Carpenter The Warren Gnghv Clnpter U D C. will mcit with Sir Nevm Carter this Tuesday aftirnoon at 2 30 logs tor Henry Laswrll, has returned f 10 I I C ln Mrs Jacob lililcr and sons, ltronston and Leslie are visiting relatives here ami arc t'omg to Kubank tei visit her son, Waltir Freb Itlaie and little son, are visiting Mr and Mrs. Mont Cordail Wm Scott made a business trip to Ml onion the first of the week. Mrs Mary V. Irown and son, I'les, arc visiting relatives in Indiana Ligc Waiden, who has been suk for Sivrial dns Is improving Uiiifell Scott is on the suk list. Mder has purchased ,i new cultivator I lbcrt says he is going ( working his crops this year. l" Rev C C. and Charley M ileal fc, ol Drtriot Miclu were here in this Uiin ity a few days ago K Owens hid a horse to run M d nvv?v last week Mrlvin .md the with slight injuries Owens is teaching a singing Uab llrowu is sell sil at I'rovidcnci W ihiininon bass singir the reporter from What has become ot Route Crab Ouhawl. M M Taj lor hung some paper for llensle'v last week. C C lir Itradford Warrm's fine man. has a i, .ind) colt. Caroline Preston horvi-iieapi- Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. GEO. H. FARR1.S, Stanford, Kentucky Kd n r 1 UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool W. Y. D. and Porousknit 12-- I' W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. -- ut Seasonable Merchandise 8c, 15c, 25c. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES 42-I- cein-test- nl lHr''IBal KfVaBaVT BL7Hr'a'KaBBHBW' U orer the mado hi name faraott r Statts and Canada. Coaspoted of Root, Herb, Bark and Berries. Far treatmeet of Human Diteatet. bare UnitiHi ot lli-i- 42-l- summer weather demands at reasonable prices. Children and girls' buckeye hats at We are offering just the goods that this Senu-Wiek- lv Purley' Indian Herb IS Day Treatment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack' Creme Soap. Price 10c, 3 bars tl 00 Kv. 25c 25c Ml 42-4- 5prins 6-- f. OP PURSUCY'S INDIAN HERBS CftlOINATOR DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy .Qhnimrc' Dxiirt Stnrp Ali ON SALE AT Stnnfnrri Dakota Jack' Home Address: Atlanta, Ca. Ill Jap Tans at 5c to 25c. Celluloid and gauze fans pretty and dainty 25c to $2.00. Gordon silk hose at 50c and $1.00 all colors. The famous summer resort Is now pea for season and newly furnished. I be In position to give guests first ;lass treatment, first class, fair and good accommodations A first class livery and feed stable in connection. Rates reasonable. Persons desiring rates will please write me at Crab Orchard, Ky. JOHN D. WILSON, Prop. Ladies summer vests 10c to 25c. Ladies summer union suits, lace knee or tight knee, 25c, 50c and 75c. Ladies' and childrens' parasols 50c to $5.00. Public Sale House and Lot, AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF MRS. E CEASED, I WILL OFFER FOR SALE HIGGINS, DE- ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY the one place you will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. is I ., . .... tad tM, KcursUU. Dckrli., ltMUib to m ilnt tU IkJ7 lafl t.iii Mini, lvur maarr 'ill of eb li KTT. . : . . la x.-- - . Qf Uiefn tmauirsiuu tar Long silk gloves, double tip, black and white $1.00 Black Moire sash ribbon 45c and 50c. Pink, blue and white Moire ribbon 35c and 45c. 4'riM aue.m4 At ii DrugifUtt. .IiMUf rra MopU BEHEDT mi m ntiM, BBUabOM sowjwy, . 841 tH sum M r" m m I Monday. June 8, '14 A DOOR, AT 2 P. M., IN FRONT OF THE COURTHOUSE HOUSE AND LOT ON WEST MAIN STREET NOW OCCUPIED BY MISS BESSIE RICHARDS; BOUNDED ON THE EAST AND SOUTH BY M D. ELMORL, ON THE WEST BY J. W ROUT, ON THE NORTH BY MAIN STREET, TO THE HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER. THIS PROPERTY IS CENTRALLY LOCATED, CONVENIENT TO THE BUSINESS OF THE ETC. THE RESITOWN. TO THE CHURCHES. SCHOOLS, DENCE HAS FOUR ROOMS, A BACK PORCH AND A GOOD CELLAR POSSESSION GI.ENAUG. 1, 1914 OR SOONER IF VACATED. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. LIVE IN THE OPEN TENNIS HUNTING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING DRIVING MOTORING RIDING GOLF k OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Wayneiville, Hot Springs, Hendersunville, Brevard. Saluda, Flat Rock Lake Tonway Tjrron, yrXAaHK SIhJm II 1 1 "RICHMOND, KY. & UKUiM.urj utomwUku i,i ui cm a ail INUk llMM, jfcibavla af Ibiaiwkr, .L CwarMtUftllBf SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Training BffTfP SchoolAlor Teachers Oil ill fll I LM , uc VfninjL, nil gyj 3" BllofUa, aVPaMaWBBBBK SBBprvaaiaMp- - g aJ.tl.i.aaa. a..l..a4nlwalalaffl...a..nS.I"i4 I..IU ' -- .a ;' T.tia ja li rJa'ikTanariUI, HaV rt rVtl c....rw. j cKABBK. l'rUi.l.2, liuidia. k-l Wl aUklr.a, Taaa.4MiJl44.if a. aia.lUalala k.OJl.a Cwwrwa, TnUtwafrM lHm aad Kcilta W. H. Higgins Exor. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. SOUTHERN OPRAILWAY THE SOUTH CARRIER PREMIER Fvt further B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky, fformlia 1I , & n f.... .,. r iJ. lJ& fil'ljd- - AtaflElXIX2i fa T ! 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Whal's Doing la the Saddle Horse World in This End of State '"Onlooker", Imd some Interesting horse Cossin from un in lb!t rml nf the state in the Farmers' Home lour-nlat week Hi said' lico 11 Robinson, of Danville, Ky.. the gentleman who had tbr tumor of breeding; the champion, Gypsy Queen, and other show horse celebrities, is still continuing to breed and handle n few select saddle horses, He keeps a limited mimUr of mart on hand at all tunes and always mates them with one of lloylc county's s stal. lions, lie has several good horses in training at the preunt tipie, wlitc't should develop into good show ring performers Howard ini.irlalc is another one of the successful breeders in this ce kcuis only a few brood lie .ion s. which lie select-- , with the same areful attention that he uses in ,c irctmg the winners in the show rings Mr Vanardale is one of the leading addle horse judges in the state and is called upofi to officiate at many of the 'caiiing shows. Another saddle horse judge of ster ling ability and of unusual popularity, sl'n i pr.idrnt and successful hrecdci it fine lurscs, is Mr John S Iluste . if Harrodsburg. Mr I'.uster is an iiiiIrc of IkiiIi saddle ami road horses, am! is one of the fairest ami ;t r nun win, ever officiate! iiost I h in this state Hindi 'larkington, of Danville, is anr.thcr gentleman who lives in this Tectum of the country whose name should necessarily be mentioned to round out this noted trio of successful horsemen. Mr Tarkington has some of the handsomest and best bred hr.Mi! mares in the State and is alwavs an important f.ielnr in the breeding classss at the various fairs He is a saddle horse man, and is fami-In- r with every feature of the business. Mrs. Rich ml Taskcr Lowndes' noted ironi" mire, Mis London, has foaled a beautiful chestnut filly by Rex. which is a full sister "to the great mare Katherme Sheridan, Mice of Wonderland and others of note W iil Denny, of Lancaster, reports i very .fine foal bv Kentucky's Choice am! out of a mare by Preston He is verv well nleased with his ftlh and may show her this season Manfo-is to have another fair this tear This fair is conducted bv the Is. of P. Lodge and is a verv mic organization Steps arc a'lrcadv being taken to make the 1914 fair the most successful jM tlc history of the They have selected as association their judge; that n pair of l.orUMcn. Messrr. John Dolan Lexington, and Tom Wilson, of Horse Cave which selection will doubtless meet with approval from the horsemen in general Mr Mien S. Edelcn. of riurgin. reports several good sales, which wire consummated during the past week He sold to Rev. J. M Grier, of a bay, combined pcldmg He told to S E. Socuc. Deinopolis. Ala., a bay mare five vcars old and thought to be the best in foal to the treat sire, lioliemian King He also sold to Dr. I .It Adams. Plumb Ilrandi, S. C. a bay combined marc. r iiwwK ) Preserve Tour Property Y USING H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand That Sathfiet" lti,l The Furnishing of Your Horrie Is No Easy Task The first otall istoselect some reliable firm to make your purchases of, the firm who carries a complete line and a good assortment. A store of this kind makes it so much easier for you to select the kind of goods to suit the amount of money you wish to spend. This is the kindof btorewe have and you will find trading here easy for you. There is also one very important feature to our business that you will fail to find at most of the other stores, that is if you haven't the ready cash you can easily arrange terms with us that will suit your income- Our dividend payment plan has formany years proven to be very satisfactory to our trade. No matter whereyou live or what your occupation may be you are not barred from opening an account with us on the dividend payment plan. Below we wish to mention some of the seasonable goods which we are offering at a very low price. - high-clas- spreading covering no guess capacity Read the formula on every can. This paint its quality. forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coaling which remains in perfect condition for many years. It retains its color too. It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. of durability. Linseed Oxide Pure power, A Oil andWhite Lead,There is Zinc andwork about sreat Paint ua-c- HO 117 if Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask yoir dealer about its quality and for names of users. ON SALE BY ex-ie- rt Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. FARM AND STOCK NEWS TR our hand toliacco cttcr, for 2 V il Higgtns, iltv wcatlicr b'QU SALE. Two Jcrc w .tun one Jerscj luill ready lor scmce 0 T. Ashlock, Rowland, Ky. FOR SALE. Limited quantit) of pure Gentian millet sced $1.75 per Imsh-e- l. Beware of westirn seed. ery few dealers liac southern German Millet. Ja. D. Shelliv. Danville. Ky 36-FOR SALE. Splendid small farm, 61 acrei I miles from Lancaster, Ky., in Lancaster school district. For particulars address Fisher Herring R. F D. No. 2, Crab Orchard, or Sam L. 37-- 8 Orand, Waco, Texas. TO THE FARMERS. Wc arc in the firm wool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, of Springfield, Tcnn., and will pay highest prices for same. We want your trade hee us before you sell. J. D. Eads & Son, Alfred, Stanfprd, Ky. T. W. Jones bought of James Rcul, of Hustotiwlle, a heifer for $45. J. S. Turpin, out on the Hustonville sold a cow and cjH to H. C. laughman, for $62.50. lames Messer. a farmer out on the llustomillc pike sold a cow to J. S. Turein for $55. Dick Scttilder is by no means a slow f,.. one when it comes to showing a young. ; Mer. but then he is in Partnership with A2-40-4- p 8 well-know- n Wade, out on Route No 1, sold Jones 14 head of hois at eight cents per pound. John 11 Foster wat in Cincinnati l.it wcik to sec a bunch of fat beccs winch he sent to the market sell There were 42 in the herd and the brought jhJO a hundred pounds, aerogmg to the Mecr. Mr Foster has turned out the balance of his herd, numbering 86, on grass for the !prin I!. S. Mats Jr. ol Springfield, reports the following shipment, (till to M.ibama at $125 one to Stipliensport. Ky. at $100,. one to l'aducah at $50. one Superba lioar to Ohio at $100, and one 1! (ol (,ilt at $50. This pig was farrowed October 15 last and the gilt the first o( ieptembtr. W W Tewney, of I'erryille, has a ucuuifut chestnut filly out of his celebrated mare. Nancy l'eavine 01)26, the little niis. being lij Allen S. Edelcn'f Stallion, lioliemian King. Tilts mare and colt will be a hot contender for all the moncjs in the marc and coll class at the various fairs and snows thiv season, as the filly is a worth) daughter of both her sire and dan Nancj Feawtic will be remembered a: the mare shown in the fie gaitcd clisso with such success by Mat Cohen, of Lexington Mr Tewney thinks lie has a winning brood marc and coll J II to T lfo-pou- New iceberg refrigerators have stood the test for years i Ifyougetone of these Refrigerators y.ou have solved the IVa-vir.- f. U, ill 51 'I d, ONLY $14.50. MK1NT, UF CRliVI" SHOWING THIS SI- SO.V WITH Till. FLOOR SIZi: RL'GS. IN SOMI. WI - problem in economizing in your ice bill. Wc can show you all the sizes; both in the galvanized and porcelain lined. You will find them all very reasonably priced. The Refrigerator which you can sec pictured here is No. 81. We arc offering it at the extremely low price inlOO-lice capacity with galvanized sheet steel lining for only $M,50 and $10.50 (or the .same size box in white enamel. b. iie .mmm' pnnn , the l.cu seen in Kentucky in many IIIC ItCM hai IIIU. years. Tins mare was purchased of hois last week, of various parties at her redcrs. E K and Claude M 7 4 cents per pound. lli'iiiiis of Paris, during the past week. M. & L. Eads, of near Hustonville, is a chestnut m color, about fif- She sold to T. W Jones, of tins city a cow utii M.iiiii and calf for $5 and another cow for daughter of m uiciies nign, and is a Bourbon Kinj;. Her dam is Relics of Pioneer Camn $65. Kirerieab) Eric Chief, a son of Har. " On the farm I'eavyhouse and Sons, of the West nson Chief. She will be placed in he old lioone of Mrs. Ulla Jackson, on End. sold 21 head of 200 pound hogs In Hands of Tom Ilas, Trail near Fariston, Mexico. at $7.85 per hundred, to Myers and and will be especially of prepared Mo, there was a thicket called "The Lost fo. Tucker. They bought sitxeen head of Missouri and Illinois ,'how where in the year 1780 the circuits. In. tans surprised 1!5 pound hogs at 7 4 cents, of Dude a j.arty of white settlers and killed twenty, taking the Jarman. GREEN RIVER Mays-villLanghornc Tabb Anderson, of remainder prisoners. d Last week while plowing this lot saddle geld sold the Mrs. Frank Davis and daughter flip LMIPSts of Mr mil Mrc Messrs. Alex aud Vith It.i...v V I. ing. Grenadier, to Miss Mamie Taylor, were -. . Milium- eel two large metal plates of Meridian, Miss, Miss Taylor spent Adkins Sunday afternoon. in- pertect state of iircservation. though a week in Kentucky looking for a horse James Davis, Will Miracle, John that she thought was good enough to Miracle and H. Johnson had a suuper tliey have not yet determined what win in the saddle and harnesj classes on Green river. They enj'oyed them- metal they are mads ot On one of the at the big shows in the South the cemi-in- g selves vcrymuch And since then Mr. Tt" "..'" cr,Pt '" name of season, and bought the Grenadier at James Davis coes to bed at nine o' Sarah McNutt; on the other side of a fancy price. He was sired by a son clock and gets up at 10 o'clock. the same plate is stamped the name of of Harrison Chief, and Mr. Anderson Mr Will Adkins spent Saurduy with one of the idates ""'If geldd regard liiri as the best was found charcoal Rev. J. T. Chasteen. from the camp ing that he hag sold in the Southern Miss Florence liirk spent Thursday lire. It is known that a man named States. night with Mr. Will Adkins. MciNutt was the leader of the Editor J. M. Richardson's sale of regMiss Lena Adkins spent this week party. London Sentinel. istered Jersey cattle at Glasgow last with her sister Miss Dollie Adkins. week, was an unusually successful one. Miss Lizzie Davis and Miss Cletter County Court Days ine autioneer, ai. w. iilair, of Guth- Kirkv Miss Annie Kirk and Mr. Will xielow is a list ot the days County rie, said it was the finest herd of Jer- Miracle were the guests of Mr. and seys he had seen in Southern Kentucky. Mrs W L Adkins Thursday night. Courts are held cah month in counties in this part of the state. Twelve cows sold at an average of Mr au-Mrs. J T Chasteen and Anderson, Lavvrenceburg. 3d Monday, $12S. The highest brought $200, two graudcliildrin were the wicsts of Mr Hath, Owingsville, 2d Monday, selling at this figure. He also sold ml Mrs. Lee Taylor Sunday afternoon. ilourboii. Paris, 1st Monday, three heifer calves and three bull calve, Rev J T Chasteen will preach at the oyle, Danville. 3d Monday. the entire 18 cattle bringing about IHmc Lick church the fifth Sunday in Ilreathitt. Jackson, 4th Monday At the same time Mr. Rad Evans, .his month at 11 o'clock. Clark, Winchester. 4lh Monday, of Tompkinsville, sold eight Shetland hayettc. Lexington, 2d Monday. jxiuics at an average of $72, which is LFsre Insurance, Tobacco Hail Insurance Fleming, Fkmmgsljurg, 4th Monday regarded as a fine sale, lloth the reFranklin, Frankfort. 1st Monday. .. gistered Jerseys and Shetland pony Reliable companies. No wild cat or sales were the first of their kind ever assessment concerns. W J Camnbeil. sjin.iiii, Lancaster, ttu .Monday. Grant, illiainstovvii, 2d Monday. held in llarren county Hustonville Harrison, Cvnthuna. 4ih Mnml ,v Henry, Newcastle, 1st Motility Jessamine. Nicholasville. 3d Mondiy Lee, lliatty ville, 4th Monday Lincoln, Stanford, 2ml Monday, Madisui, Richmond. 1st Monday, Mason. Maysville. 1st Monday Mercer, Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Montgomery, Mt. Sterling. 3d . hL journal. 3-- Sa.d.-Far- mers . . ' acouircd l I VTivsST ,.. ' i , ., s'1(, , ,orsem(:n .e. Con-cor- .,.I?f.l"nS-iu?":s.Vklie,r.f- '" LfUUKIII .1 IVMU w. ijrar-oh- KRY HKUTIKl'L I'ATTF.KN'S IN NI) I'FRSIANS Ilk ORIKNTXL EFKKCTS, ND I.SO IN THK DKSH.N.S, OL WILL FIND IT TO Ol'R INTFRLSTS TO CLOSF.LY INSIM CT TIHCSF RL'GS IIKFORK VOL' I'L'RCH SK r.LSKWlll-.RTHK 'RICKS ARK NO Min QLVLITY KXCKmiNGL GOOD. "I RkSOItl nil . , SHOWING A COMPLKTL OF THK MOST CONVKN-- I KM' AND LATKST IMIRO HI) STRLKI CRTS AND THK WHICH U)U WILL FIND I'RICFD VERY MICH IOWIR THAN VSVAU THK I'RK K RANGING ALL THE WW FROM ?J LP TO ?I0 50 AUK WF LINK K 3-- A. F. 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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN EXERCISES Sun- 5 Second Section TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914 Recital by Back Club OPERA HOUSE Monday Evening, May 25th, 1914, Eight O'clock COMMENCEMENT Of Stanford High School Began day Night Programs of Events Program Piano Moll Overture call Eureanthe Bach Club. , ton Weber Mr. Harry L. Reinhart. Presidents Address Response with Thoughts about Muilc. Secretary's Report Piano Piano Voice Piano. Caprice espagnol Mis Mary Mooie Raney. The Last Rote of Summer Mist Llna Holttclaw. , II I Were King Pro. George D. Hopper Miss Marion Grimes, Mostkowskl. Kunkel R. K. Armltage (a) Last Hope (b) Cracovienne fantastique Mr Harry L Reinhart 3 f. Gottschalk Paderewskl Rles Violin Suite op. Polka 34 No. Mrs. D. S. Bromley Plane Voice Piano Violin Piano Voici Piano de Concert Miss Anne Davis McRoberts '. Bartlett Tito Mattel Rossini Halscbe Miss Catherine Gregory Overture William Tell Members of the Bach Club Hungarian Dance Mrs. D. S Bromley Chromatic Galop Members of the Bach Club Vlllanelle Miss Catherine Gregory Overture ! Bach Club BACH CLUB ROLL CALL Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Baughman Mary Shepherd Cook Sallie Mills Craig Marion Grimes Llssa Holtsclaw Elisabeth Higgins EITie Dear Heart Lisit Eva Dell 'Acqua Rossini Miss Mary Morrison Matheny Miss Elisabeth Matheny Miss Anne D. McRoberts Mr. Harry L. Reinhart Miss Mary Moore Raney Miss Mamie Singleton a Duly of Life.' CLUB MOTTO "Progress is Programme CLASS DAY EXERCISES OPERA HOUSE Tuesday, May 26, 1914, at 10 O'clock A. M. I. 2. President's Address Music Fauns, Chamlnade ... Spalding Elisabeth Marlon Hill This is Commencement Week for the Stanford (iradtil and High School and almost every evening this week exercises will be held at the opera hou marking the closing of one of the most successful terms of the local educational institution The inaugural event of Commencement w.is the Ilaeealatircate sermon to the graduates at the Christian church Sunday night. An especially hc'aiiti- had been prepared ful program in which all of the pastors of the city took part with New I). M. Walker, of the Christian church, delivering the bacealaurlaic address An cpccialiy beautiful and iopular feature of the program was the solo by Miss Cath erinc Gregory, of Orovillc, California, who is regarded as a Lincoln count) j girl, Iter mother before Ircr marriage li.ivmg been Mis Louise Ilailcy, daugh- - j ter ol Judge James P. Ilailcy, of Stan- mm. .mius viri'Koiy na an cxiiisiii: voice and is a soloist of rare talent She will be frequently heard during the Commencement exercises, and appeared in several delightful numbers at the llaeli Club recital Monday night at the opera house. Kev. I). M. Walker, wlio preached to the graduates, gave them a message which made a deep impression iikiii all who liranl it. The church was crowded to the doors, the other coll- - j' gregstions in town having been dts- missed in honor of the occasion. The members of the graduating class. Miss- - j es Marion (irimes, Josephine Carpenter, Lffie llaughman nnd Elizabeth Matheny. anil Messrs Nobert Carter. Spalding Hill, and Win. (iriiiic. oc cupied front scats together with member of the Hoard of Trustees and teachers of ihc schools. The ihch Club recital Monday even ing at the opera house was one' of the attractions of Commencement Week This aggregation of )otmg musical students presented a numbed of de lighlful aftalrs during its life but none more creditable or enjoyable than Monday evening's. Miss liallou. their leather, is deserving of the highest compliments and congratulations foi her work. Other- - features are Class Da) exercises which are being held this morning. Commencement exercises Wedlies da ami the musical department recital Thursdav night, .programs of which arc giveii in full in this page. The medal that was offered to the member of the llach Club, who accomplished the most work during the term, was awarded to Miss Anne Davis and Miss Margaret Shanks won the other medal that was When the baby takes too much food the stomach turns; the result is indigestion, sourness and vomiting. Frequently the bowels are involved and there is colic pains and diarrhoea. HAIIY F.LI XI K is a grand remedy for the stomach and Ixiwcls disorders of babies. It is pure, wholesome and pleasant to take Fricc 25c and 50 per lKittle Sold bv Shugars Drug Store, Stanford, Ljif llros.. Crab Orchard. Mc-GF.- k BHKSk' HBP- ' Was rJ3Sk&t V' m ?Mmi MZ' i4T' ns m -- 'v j . KW) k..'l', t ' ' v: vt:tXli ' i , ... 'Tfjr' ..4 r M . -' Ai -W r. .' Sv. .. .,--r- v t.i7.r' Tfasfc?- tef( - m' n tit- - ' vKft4' SBBSCJ.d1kb... pynr'TTw 'j . ' - 'St. L .x r B . i 1. ' JaMBi'-- II s B"- - I. A sbbbMbbHPW . p i. Photo copyright. 19M, by American Prena Arsnclatlnn. Aeroplane Flying Over Warship War movements about Vera Cruz have given h ehnnee for the aviation brtnehea of the nnvy and army, llere la shown one of the navy acruplauets elrclinc over the cruiser Cheater In the harbor of Vera Cruz. 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Whisky Shippers Win Important Point A dispatch from Frankfort says that the Court of Appeals decided an point in the state's liquor laws last week when it reversed the judgment of the Carter Circuit Court a $100 fine and a sentence ofJO davs in iail on Josclon Urothcrs, of who had been charged with selling intoxicating liquor in local option territory. J. R. Stidhatu, of Catl-ttsbur- Josephine Carpenter Matheny. Grimes. J 4. Historian Grumbler nt Carter county, sent an order to Jossel-so- n Urothcrs for four quarts of whisky and in the letter he put a postoffice to pay for the liquor, order for 3. Quartette Farewell Josephine Carpenter, Elisabeth' Matheny, Spalding ,. Hill, Robert Effie William Carter. Baughman Grimes. Matheny. 6 7 8. . Prophet Oration Duet Giftoti.iu Last Will and Testament Class Song Effie Baughman, Elisabeth Robert Josephine Carter. 10. 11. Carpenter. PROGRAMME COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Wednesday Evening, May 27, 1914, 8 O'clock P. M. OPERA HOUSE t. 2. By the Class. ANNUAL RECITAL Music Department OF STANFORD GRADED SCHOOL Opera House, Thursday Evening, May 28, 1914 Eight O'clock Invocation Music Music Music Musfc Address Music Polacca , Rey , p L. Bruce. los'cUon Urothcrs delivered the whisky to the Adams Express Company, a common carrier, at Catlettsburg. The Court sas: "It will be observed that both the order and the purchase price were received at Catlettsburg. and that the whisky was delivered in Catlettsburg to the express company, consigned to Stidham in Carter County. Under these circumstances the common carrier was the agent ot the purchaser and the title to the wins-k- ) vested in the purchaser on its deliver) to the common carrier. The sale took place in Catlettsburg and not in Carter County. 'Ihc case of the commonwealth against the Adams Lxpiess Company, appealed from Laurel count v, to be argued June 12, will settle the question whether a common earner, acting as the agent f,or the purchaser, may carry liquor from wet to drv territory in this state. The antishippiug law will be construed by the Cou-- t in this case. Musicale at Hustonville The ladies of the Hustonville Chris tian church have arranged witli several ., ., PROGRAM Crowning the May Queen Second Grade. Piano March Terraan. Allle Russell Fish, Lucile Waters, Louise Waters, Sarah Blight, d Beailey, Joanna Ballou, Jack Cover, Gladys Southard. Song. If We Were You and You Were Us First Grade. Holiday March Piano , Kunkel. Bettle Perry, Louise Waters, Margaret Davison, Margaret Shanks, Sophia Saunders and Frances Cormncy. The Printers' PI Third Grade. Piano Glockenspell ...Cramer. Frances Embry, Nancy K. McKlnney.Jessle Lee Phillips, Pattie Perkins, Annie V. Craig, Emily Murphy, Frances Brackett, Lettie W. McKinney, Sarah Carmeny Violin Bereuse , Clarence Singleton. Song True Lovers Elizabeth Greer and Csrlton Walls. Piano Persian March de Konst ki. Eva Rankin, Annie V, Craig, Annette Wcaren, Nannie Sloan, Gertrude Gaines and Anne Davis McRoberts. Chorus The Skipper of St. Ires. ... Rollkel High School Chorus. Plant Valse Hoist. Mary Shepherd Cook, Sallie M. Craig, Miyme Singleton, Harry Reinhart Nancy K. McKinney Frances Embry. , Violin Romance Atherton Robert Carter, (a.. At an Old Trysting Place. ) Piano b..From An Indian Lodge. ,. MacDowell ) (c.A Deserted Farm. '. Piano Carprlce Hongrols Ketterraan. 1 Mary Moore Raney, Anne Davis McRoberts, Harry L Reinhart. Awarding MedaU. Pjano Magic Flute Moiart. .Mary S. Cook, Mary M. Raney, Anne D. McRoberts, Mayuie Singleton, Llssa Holttclaw , Annette Wearen, Sallie M. Craig, Gate-woo- 3. 4 Brillante Miss Mary Moore Raney. Wandering In the Woodland Bohm High School Chorus. W. C. Wilson. Rive King Hon. Ellsworth Regenstein Prelude ty Saparlnt,ideut Bubbling Spring Miss Llssa Holttclaw. '. Miss Anne Davis McRoberts. 6. talent to give a musicale on Thursday night, May 28th. There will be both instrumental and vocal with tahleaus ami living pictures interspersed. It promises to be a treat and a full house is 41-- 2 expected. Health a Factor in Success The largest factor contributing to a man's success is undoubtedly hualth. It has been observed that a man is sel. dom sick when his bowels are regular he is never well when they are constipated. For constipation ou will find nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's Tablets. The) not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen Oig digestion They are sold b) all dealers. tiiiati!.,... IlliiniVIUIIS, .. .... 11CI1 IIUIIIC d3 ...oil US I.aJ 7. a. Titanla Wely. Prof. J. W. Ireland Rive King. and Mr. Harry Reinhart. Rev. m. D Early. 9. 10. Mr. Harry Reinhart. Piesentatlon of Diplomas Music Valse Miss Anne Davis McRoberts Benediction U. Mote About the Naval Flyers DEAF BALL PLAYERS LOSE HERE The Saturday lllade, of Chicago, had Stanford Trims Crack Mutes Friday by a latgc picture of the war aeroplanes Score of 4 to 2 in flight around cra Cruz, last week, and in its story m uc part they arc The Stanford High School base ball taking in the Mexican operations, mentions the Stanford bo), Lieut. Caswell leatn turned the tables on the fast nine 6atiflcy who is one of the naval avi- from the School for the Deaf of Dan ville, here Friday afternoon in one of ators. The llladc's article said: (lie best and most exciting ball games The value of the hydroplane, or fly- -, of the season. A few weeks ago, on ing boat, in warfare has been well estheir home grounds, the deaf lads whipAlready at Vera crur its tablished. ped Stanford's chili by an 8 to 2 score. efficiency ami Hsjibili''s have been In fact, the deaf Imi)s have one of the shown, As soon as the city was occufastest and best nines this season, they pied by the American forces Uncle have had in many )cars, but. the local Sam's aviators went aloft for war duty lads were on edge for them and put it Two of the navy tlyiug boats took to over them by a close margin before the ",. the air, circled high over the city skim- delighted falls. Tlie deaf pla)crs outhit thc home Surrounding country in search lads med the in the game Frutav, rlialkinv tut ol the vanishing columns of Federal! nine blows to six for Stanford, "each troop and followed the railroad tracks side being charged with five errors. tov.ard Mexico City to determine to l.ephcw, the kid pitcher what extent they hal been damaged. was in fine form, however,for Stanford, and though Since then many flights have Decn hit cftcmr than his mute rival, was made, with tlic result that tue commore effective with men on bases, and manders have received much important was backed up in good st)lc at many information, including detail maps of critical stages. Jasper, the deaf twirl-c- r, all the surrounding country sketched by has a very fast ball and except in the aviators. the fatal sixth, u.- - not permit more than The machine of Lieut I. N. Uallin-gc- one hit to an healinning. A who has been taking the leading thy two baggers deliveredcouple of y by Sam aerial scout duty at Vera Cruz, was and Hill, put the fired upon when he made flight over a Stanford in that round. game on ice for camp ol Mexican soldiers, but he easThe visitors pushed a man around to ily kept out of range. In one hour's the third station in the very first inflight a complete topographical man of ning, but could not get him no farther, 130 miles of country about v era Cruz and left him was obtained, llallmgcr piloting the man on the ke) stranded along with a stone pillow. The local machine and Lieut. Saufley, his comlads grabbed panion, making the map, with sketch- their last half one right off the reel in book in one hand and binoculars .a the Wood, lead-of- f of the first session, when man, cracked out a sin. From a height of 1,ua) feet gle to right, other. was sacrificed very neat-- b Saufley was able to see the bottom of to second by T. Kmhry and went to the harltor and a search was made in third when Jasper threw over Meunier's this way for possible mines. and then scored while Mcunier "twelve men with six machines like head, throwing bam Lmbry out at tirst. this can destroy the entire Mexican was The deaf plajers got the run back in army, without danger to thetrlselves," the second declared Lieut Ilallingcr. The airmen the fourth inning and took the lead in In the arc read) to lead the way into the heart Latron, thewith another. shortstop, second visiting who nt Mer.ico, to report every enemy dajs played the star game for his side, lead before it is to be met, to make ambush off with a single to left, stole second inumssible, to shell the defenders out shot 'of ail) particularly dangerous pass and easil). Stanley threw a slow roller to I erkins, who to Coleman at to direct artillery fire from aloft in the first, but Stanley had the throw beaten. attack upon any strongholds. i nc wireless outlits fivlucli are a Coleman, however, allowed the ball to part of the modern "war planes" are ca- - get awa) from him and Ilarron came Ipnble of receiving and transmitting in home. Lcpliew tightened up and messages ten miles. Aviators hovering struck out ihc next two batteries. In up la mile over a city can report the re- the tuuith, Ilarron, first left, for the pilfered sult of each shot Deadly bombs can mutes, again singled to second and third easily while Stanley-wa- s be dropped with precision. striking out and rolled in home The hydroplane has several advantages over the aeroplane, for it can on Smith's sharp drive through short, things began to look ycry fskiir along the water as well as fly m tor Lephrvv walked Kvving, dangerous ff and Orn-dothe air, it can land on rivers instead of singled to right. With the sacks rough ground, it is lighter in weight and climbs belter, and its passengers clogged, Lcphew again threw in high have a better field of vision. Howev- gear and got Haggard and Jasper on er, the aeroplane must be reckoned with jHip flies to Sam Lmbry and Hill, the making a fine, hard catch. in vva'fare. Didier Mason, flying over letter This ended the run getting for the the Mexican port of Mazatlan for the mutes, as the settled revolutionists ine oilier aay, vvrecKea down and played Stanford lads for gilt edge hall the he Federal gunboat Morclos with rest of the battle. With one down, IkiuiIis, then shelled the city. One of Metinier doubled to right in the fifth, his bombs killed three persons and wounded eight. The aviator did not but Lephew again stopped the visitors have the equipment of the to nothing, and he died there. A fast U. S. Xavy flyers who are at Vera double play started bv Hartvvell Shanks Cruz, but it was largely through his killed the mutes oft in the seventh af assistance that the revolutionists were ter lliey Mad gone out in one. two. three the sixth. With one out. Per able to capture Mazatlan from the order in Jasper kins let strive go through lum strongl entrenched Federals. to be followed b)a short fly to left by Miller, for which Shanks, Hill and j. Kentucky Officer "Plucked" T Kmbry tried. It looked like there and no one get it. A dispatch from Washington sajs might be a ball-u- p that while Secretary Garrison attribu- But Shanks stuck out one hand and tes the "plucking" of Col. Joseph Gar- bagged the bird, and quickly shot it to rard, of the Fifteen Cavalry, to "phy- Coleman, doubling up Jasper before he sical inefficiency, nothing mdre," the could get back to safety Orndorff hit summary retiring of that officer, by :.iiv.ij iu icu ui nit nniiii, vtun iwo tjic secretary created a stir in mili- down, but Haggard bounced one in tary circles. Col. Garrard, who is a front of Wood, who nailed him a mile became at first. native of Cla) county, Ky., Alter putting over their lone tally much embroiled there, when a memorandum he wrote upon the application iu the first, the local lads seemed shut of from home most effectively, until of Private Frank Bloom to be a Cavalry offjeer was published. Col. Gar- the sixth Coleman singled in the third and got to second on Lephew's sacrifice n rard advised that because of the of Uloom's family (his father being and took third when Jasper .threw over . ldliniap'. utun, AM .ff the ost jailor at Fort M)er) and be- ..(iiiinii s I.Anll uc wciu iu siecp on cause he was a Hebrew, it would be this bag however, and was pegged out inadvisable to commission his. For this by Haggard, when the mute catcher memorandum, Col. Garrard was pub- dropped the third strike on Wood and licly reprimanded by President Taft, nailed Coleman instead of throwing to although the reprimand was later eras- first. Grimes doubled to right in the fifth, but Jasper put on steam and faned from his record. For several )cars Col. Garrard was ned the next three batters. The Stancommandant at Fort Myer, which is ford bovs had their fat round in the T. Ornjust across the Potomac from Wash- sixth. let Embry was safe when away Stanley's thnVv get ington, and was well known to Ken- dorff tucky members of congress. Recently from him. Sam Kmbry immediately he was transferred to the Texas tinni- doubled to right, putting his brother on er, and. according to "Secretary Gar- third. Perk flew out to Stanley but rison, was selected by Gen Uliss for Hill delivered another slashing twobag-gthrough short, which got lost iu retirement 'because of physical ineffithe tall gras's iu ciency, and not because of political or Fmliry brothers the left field and the IkmIi scored. Shanks personal reasons. Lol. uarrard resisted retirement under the 62 ) ears' age was out on a close play at first but Grimes was safe on Orndorffs fumble limit, but was curtly informed that the secretary had retired him. despite that. and Hill came home. Coleman struck Col, Garrard was appointed from out but the gtine was on ice and no Kentucky, and his family is prominent more were needed the way Lephew was working and being supported. The, in the state score . Col. Garrard is a son of Gen, T.T. F. All R II PO of Col. Rob K'. S. I). Garrard ami brother-in-laOrndorff lb 5028 0 Ford, I' S. marshal for the eastern Haggard c 5 0 10 0 of Kentucky. 1 laspn p 4000 A Miller cf 010 0Meunier 21) I 4012 4 2 2. 2 Ilarron ss 0 Stanley Jl 0 ,.4 0 1 2 40I0 Smith r 0 Fvving If 2000 0 Htirclicll 0000 0 rt Etu-brposi-Ho1J-.. .!..-.- . er lis-trict 1 1 '( M , ,..., TOTALS llatied for Kwing in ninth. F79 4 4 10 2 STWFOKI) -. XS7 m BEST KNOWN CAR IN KENTUCKY VSxOverland Model 79 The cars have been thoroughly tested by Lincoln County owners. You are taking no chances. The Overland has always made good ask any man who owns one. 15fe Wood c T. Kmbry cf S. F.inhr) 2li Perkins Jh Hill Shanks cf . (rimes rf Coleman 1ft Lephew p . . 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Has 30" x 3J" tires, front and rear, permitting rear tires to be shifted to front wheels to give extra long service. bore; 46" stroke; adjustable valves The motor is cast enbloc; completely inclosed. Extra large crank shaft; bearings of bronze with babbitt lining. Motorwater cooled, will not overheat. 3j-ij- " The Maxwell "25" has a Simms magneto, which always delivers the spark direct to the spark plugs in correct time. This means no coils no make-shi- ft master vibrators no mechanism that requires frequent delicate adjustments. The magneto works right, and stays right. n Transmission 4 Speed Selective Sliding Gear, Center Control The Maxwell "25" has a selective type transmission. 3 speeds forward and 1 reverse. The main shaft has Hyatt Roller Bearings at front end bronze bushing babbitt lined at rear. Adjustable cone clutch lined with motobestos. It takes bold irmly without sudden gripping, and without undue noise. ' More Power for It Weight Than All Higher Priced Cars The Maxwell "25" has a real "25" horsepower motor which develop more power in proportion to the weight of the car than the engines of most $5,000 automobiles. The Maxwell "25" can pass most any car on aula "m nigh." It is a phenomenal bill climber. Control Brakes of Extra Strength left-side. The Maxwell "25" has 16" steering wheel. There is eJeaty of room for a big man to drive without being cramped. Spark sad throttle control rode are inclosed ia steering cohma. V Phone For Demonstration. R C CARPENTER, wl AGE! f W s- - i'f v JP v k V -- '"l h FfgaflMM. vM TMS INTVRte JOVSNAL STANFORD. RRNTHCKY. TmrpY MAY M. 1914 t eatest Airtbmobile Value Kv , iJLa. mcu m K Maxwell "25-4- " Town Car, $950 These sturdy Town Cars have a seating capacity for 6 persons 2 in the driver's seat and 4 in the rear. Landaulette type. This is the ideal car for hundreds of kinds of steady daily service. These Maxwell Town.Cars are light, flexible and strongly constructed in fact, indestructible. They keep maintenance cost down to the mini- W mum mark. If you want a car for hire purposes, for taxi uses a car that will stand up and deliver a car that will make money for you day in and day out this is the car that you should buy without hesitation. In thousands of sections throughout the United States, particularly in the rural regions, there are many splendid opportunities to profitably .operate a public hack or taxi. This is the car that renders real ideal service because of its durability and low upkeep cost. Ask us about this Maxwell "25" Town Car. Price $950, plus the freight. 1 i fi 5 f w 1 J V the Selling Pace Everywhere The Maxwell "25" is unfailingly responsive. It at once The Maxwell "25" $750 is the car that you should own. Our object in running this, tho world's largest automobile advertisement, is to vividly impress you, to try and convey to you at a glance what a truly remarkable car the Maxwell "25" is! We could have compressed this advertisement into half the space, but that wouldn't have satisfied us, nor would it have impressed you in a big way. Big things should mako big impressions. And as the Maxwell "25" is a big thing.in automobile advancement tho very biggest in its class we want your attention now at oncel But after all, perhaps the best and most convincing way to impress you is to show you the Maxwell "25" itself! A nttracts favorable attention and flattering comment. When you buy a Maxwell "25" you do not have to be ashamed of it; you do not have to apologize for it; it isn't a car that's perpetually joked about. When you buy a Maxwell "25" you get a car that looks like one that costs double the money, and acts like a car that sells at twice its price. Its operation is easy and economical. You are not compelled to dig constantly into your purse. It isn't a car that's n source of worry. It minimizes cost saves you money. The Maxwell "25" is a real joy. It is a car that stands up and delivers at all times and under all conditions, no matter how trying. It is always right there at the right time. It gets you to your destination and back in the shortest possible time and at least cost. It has plenty of smart style; it is a fast and sure hill climber; in fact, its hill climbing performances are marvelous, as records prove. Maxwell "25" Roadster, $725 A two-passeng- er demands a car for quick and constant use. An ideal equipage for the family of two or for the larger family to supplement the big car for handy runabout purposes. Turtle deck is removable and express deck as shown can be fitted, making a splendid car for the business or man who wants a light delivery high-priced the touring car. Just the car for the doctor or man whose business car of imposing appearance, same specifications as shipment has just arrived, and we are very eager, indeed, to show you these beautiful cars, to demon strate to you their many points of superiority. Come and let us take you for a ride in a car ihat runs swiftly, beautifully and ideally as an exquisitely made watch! conveyance. Price of Roadster with either deck $725 plus freight, or $750 with the two decks. ai BfMMwJiljj DHJjllll Much Big Value You Get in the Maxwell "25" There is a foot throttle or accelerator pedal with foot rest. Transmission Control Lever is in center of car and is operated by at $750 jffi 11B Phenomenal Easy Riding Qualities The Maxwell "25" has 4 type springs. The front springs are 32" long. The rear springs are 40" long, fixed at front, shackled at rear, and mounted on a rocking seat. Absolutely no expensive shock absorbers or auxiliary springs semi-ellipt- ic ifflloseT I the right hand. The service brake la contracting and the emergency brake expanding. They act on 12J4" brake drums bolted to rear wheels. Unfailing, Economical, Springless Atomizer Type Carburetor The Maxwell "25" has a Zephyr Carburetor Atomizer Type. This gives unusual high mileage per gallon of gasoline without constant carburetor trouble. Starts and runs right in any weather, and controlled from the dash. are needed. SJaMBSglSBMflr SmUWsbvSx Fullest Equipment Complete and of Unusual Quality The Maxwell "25" has a perfectly fitted top with envelope. The top has the famous "JUTy Curtains," wliich fold back in the top and can be let down in an instant without getting oiit of the car. e equipment of handsome lamps, Full tank, full set of took, jack, pump, Stewart speedometer, etc. At the rear of the car there is a strong, good looking Prcst-O-Littire-carrie- Lubrication Oil Saving Pump Improved Splash System with slow-movi- The Maxwell "25" has splash lubrication with a sturdy, plunger pump. This saves oil. u r. Capacity A Real Car of Comfort The Maxwell "25" ia a real car. It carries 5 grown people comfortably. There la plenty of leg room. You have no extras to buy. Everything come with the car. Stanford, Kentucky. ST ""llltf V 4 V& i AfaunrtU "25" Roadster with Exprt Dfck, $72$ " " "en j es rv-u- .. i -. it m HivMyuvu uiiuec mw d fwHMir ,.-- "' . nTL t At Lincoln County '" National Bank r . M I " . - fu. Ti!ar 71 , I , i f w TK IMTERIOR JOURNAL STAR rORD, .XCNTVCKT. fiF lis- BECKHAM IN NOVEMBER (Rdehler mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Editor Sommers Says He Is Strongest Democrat in State Today I .hbSM i 11 1 1 mmmmmmmmsmm dCBPSSSmmmmmmmVmmmPiSx fwiMifei" Demonstration on Request a s KY A Practical Truck at a Practical Price NELSON GARAGE DANVILLE, VpBK!!FRRRRRSl. fip-- n Ti RRRlRRflkfa. ' " ttA"BBPIv9RRBk. Zi?.'Tllfr"ft' js mmmViE?, WJWBpBfci B4,mmmmmmmmmMm mm? ''smmmmmmmmmJsmmmmmmfc Hmmmm'Sfbi? mYlmmmmmmmmmaHmmmlmm'Emmw wt? rSST t wwJ XjT mmfclllmw-fej- The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24 hands, foaled Aug. 15 1901. bred at Village farm, East Aurora, N. Y. Sired by Dare Devil 2.09, He won seven championships, at National Horse Show. First dam Naughty Ctrl by Rex Americus 232000, sire of four years old. record 2.11 American Belle, three years, record 2.12 and 29 others in 2.30 list, a son of Onward 1411 record 2.25 and 175 sire of Onward Silver 2.05 others in 230 list. Onward was sired by Geo. Wilkes 1519 2nd dam Duerm? sired by Mambrino King 1275, sire of HI including Lady of the Manor 2.04 third dam Dotlct by Nutwood re ocrd 2.1S and sire of 180 in 2.30 list, 4th dam Topaz by Strathmore 408 sire of 90 in 2.30 list. Fifth dam Willard by Albion, sixth Dam Ned by Edwin Forest, 7th Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief 11. The Warfield is an extra high class horse, not afraid of anything, a high actor and as well broken as any horse in and out of the stable, has a good coat and carriage nice head and tail. He is a sure "trotter. He stepped a 16 4, 4. 4, -- Dark bay stallion, tv iniie in W days handling, 2.24. The Warfield is a truly made horse, of grand individuality and bred in line; that entitle him to become a sire of note seeing that lie is a son of the great race horse and famous progenitor Dare Devil 2.09. The latter earned the title of the 'Monarch of the Home Stretch." while on the turf, and after retirement to the stud acquired imperishable renown as a sire. Not only have the Dare Devils proved great race horses many but the family has furnished noted show ring winners as well as King, both Dare Devil and Mambrino being champion show stallions of (National fame received more money in the show ring than any two stallions in the wot Id. The Warfield will make the season of 1914 3J. our farm the 15. B. King piacc near ivioreianu, at $iu io insure a live colt, reason becomes due when mare is sold or parted with: every pre caution taken but not responsible for accidents should any occur. kjcI grass can be furnished at $2 per month. jennet sired by George Tarkington's Xapoleon jack. Peyton's dam was Shanks' jennet sired by Huff Dudde-rar'jack. Dudderar's jack's first dam was Main's jennet sired by Brigolia. See Tolbcrt before breeding your mule mares s THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT At the same place wc will also stand our fine, big jack Tolbcrt at $10 to Tplbert is three years old, 15 hand high, black with white points and fine bone and weight. Tolbert is by Peyton and out of Clumsey, whose nrsi nam was wood son Montgomery s C. M. BACK & SONS, PHONE 68-- MORELAND, KENTUCKY HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE. S. C. ilred Buff Orpingtons 1 Ift L (I'.licabcthtbvwi News) One of the principal arguments now being tistd against the nomination o'f Mr J (. llccUiain for t'nited LYES 0M.Y GOOD fOK THE EYtS-A- ND Elates Senator is that he cannot be elected iu tocnihcr if noniinaliil. This is the last hope of a disconcerted and yen tMnk IhM watery, mnttrrj Like drowning defeated opixisitnm, r nslnrnir Bci nru sljm, rdimllHlyon IwHrt men grabbing at a straw they iciie lids, sxHtr hut !' a final, supreme effort to tiHiu it in liM, arnnln, ar natnrnir ba r.Atil.H KTK MU.Yt: anU wrest from Mr. Uecknam the victory ln. r.)N Kal ugust which is rightfully his. and n ubicn lie is certain to achioc. I'.xrry brought other argument against his nomination has been met lorit) of 11.117. and successfully answered, livery slan-- , Does this indicate that Mr tier aril ahusc tit Ills record lias been ,ain was weak with tne very charge against ins party in Ncnttick) .' rciutcii. I. ,' honesty and iulegritvof puriK.se, Uith j , t;vcrmir ,cck . in i.tiblc and private life, has been pro- - I, ih.litieil l.inir W.IS his candi en to lbe without foundation. Mrnsnrr.t . ,i, i i. i..f bv rwr principle of part ; 't n..c ... .i f I,,. .,.,.. serice. of .. .. iiiiltty and of justice. Mr. Heckham is In this session four men. clccte-- as l)e clcarlv entitled to the Democratic ii'iocrat. willfully disregarded and nomination. , ' foot the wishes of their It has become the business of those trampled under expressed at the as constituents 's most violently opxscd to .Mr. noils, and i a most disgraceful be- to create and foster ,( Humiliation (Ic. i ,,riv!llc the nnprcssiou that he cannot be elect- - , (jtlU,mr lleekham b mr joining cd. The) are assiduously consecrating KcImidieatis and electing i hemsehes to this delectable task. .., vmom- rl.., .lefe-.threateu to ImiIi, and point to their otwi 0 ,!f,iio. liy the tropic's will, but iu iM'sctl not threats as proof that Mr. Heckham is defiar.ee of and directly contrary to. not available. They make conditions expressed whcs. as bad as Hssible, and then openly try their It was the only defeat J. C V. Hetk-liaito nuke the Democratic; party assume has ever suffered in Kentucky resiUibility for those conditions. They ho has been a create proof by their mill threats of politics, .livery lime people the have candidate before the patty treachery, and then ask that they ...... i ,MV I...,..;:..;.....'..-- , ..r no re- i. , noininaieii ami ciecicu nun. ..V III.IUV .1... l.VIIV IIV1.1I 11.9 1! lilt Vllllll- gixen "'A1-'"c largest otc iu Kentucky.a e.ii- lions ,,f ibnr uin rrram.ii. He lltit it is a l.ani.v .inmirv for the fol. didate for governor lowers of Mr. lteckhaiu, and fur lie i "'" hl,irc' wln ,'lc 'TKest pltirali-il- c ' sivcii a candidate for (iovenior in Democratic bnsts of I In- - l:iti- - lli:il years. Instead of being weak i ,n... i. m..v i, 'twcnt , uu. ; ;, ;, i.MHiiii?, ri....i .iiaiiiviia aimi .iii.sLHi ..,.,; not represent as large a proiHirtionate null lilt .v..ii, .' lilt viniiiiii' viaiiii, part of the vote today as they did in the record shows In tit to be very strong. past shows mm to be Hie most avail the Legislature of 1XM. The democratic voters who enter the primary of able man that could be nominated in , ivh win no so wiiii tun taitli anil in August. The asserteiou that J. C V. Heck tention to support the nominee, whoev bam would not be a strong candidate in er lie may be l.illard. Charlton and November is not baed upon a record Mc.Nutt will be three votes out IXKi democrats of the state, instead of "of the people's expression of approval three .otes out of seventy Democratic "r disapproval of hurt. It is based Ukiii the disgrjccd treachery and part memncrs oi a legislature. Hut what proof is there that Mr. perfidy of Lillard, Charlton, Mueller Heckl.am i a weak man in the Demo and Me.Null, and em that alone, and cratic party in Kentucky? Uxii what the triumphant victory that Mr. lleck-hais de'stiurd to achieve on August (Kilitical history elo the industrious of such a theory rely? Let lis ex the first will show thatthe people do n.'t take the assertion seriously. amine tne recoru. Not considering his election as in the whole field of medicine, there ;f Nelson county, his elevation to th? Speakership of the House, is not a healing remedy that will repair his selection as Lieut. Governor, the damage to the flesh more uuicklv than In first opHrtttnity of judging the rUU.LAKD'S SNOW L1N1MKNT strength of Mr. Heckham with the peo- cuts, wotuiiK sprains burns, scalds and - in V.W. ple cameIn that e3r he was rheumatism, its heali.ig and penetrating Price 25c. 50c nominated for Governor over Gen Jos- power is extraordinary eph II Lewis and James D. Hlack in a and $1 per liottlc Sold by Shugars' . Drug Stanford, Lyne Hros, Cral convention held at Lexington. He was opposed in the general election b Jne. Orchard. W. Verkcs, a republican of highest character and distinguished ability. In this election to Mr. Iteckham's vote wa 2.M.052. and Mr. Verkes' vote Z2Uo.i, ' a plurality of J.65W for Mr. Heckham, i Mi. Heckham in this race wiped out a plurality of 2.289 for Taylor on the face ot tne returns, secured a plurality of .LoWand olleil the largest vote cast before or since for a candidate for Governor of Kentucky. Does this indicate that Mr. Heck- By Beiaf Coastutly Supplied With ham was weak in a general election? Tkedford's Black-DrugThe next appearance of Mr. Heckham in the political arena was as a canJidate for in W3. In the beginning of the campaign for the McDulf, Va. "I suffered for several Democratic nomination he was opposed by John K. Hendricks, of 1'aducali, vears." says Mrs. I. B. Whiltakcr. o but it became so apparent that Mr. this place, "with sick headache, and Heckham was Io he renominated that stomach trouble. Mr. Hendrick withdrew, and Governor Ten years ago a friend told me lo try which I did, Heckham was the unanimous choice of Thedford's his part). In the November election vm l found it to be the best family mem he was opposed by Col. Morris II. Helk-nacine for young and old. I keep another high class gentleman. Mr. on hand all thr Heckhain received 229,014 to 202.7o4 .me now, and when my children feel a for Mr. Helknap, a plurality of . Ule bad, they ask me for a dose, and il 0 for Mr. Heckhain This was the does them more good than any medicine largest plurality obtained by a candiiney ever uiea. date for (iovenior in Kentucky since We never have a lone snell of sick the election of Proctor Knott. .less in our family, since wc commenced Dots this indicate that Mr. Heckham tsing was weak iu a general election? is purelj Thedford's Governor Heckham next caoie to his vegetable, and has been found to reguparly as a candidate for United .States late weak stomachs, aid digestion, reSenator against Senator McCreary. The indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, latter was asking an indorsement, lieve stomach, and similar teadache, which is rarely denied to a public of- symptoms. sick ficial of Kentucky. Notwithstanding it has been in constant use (or more this fact, and .ic enmity which Governor lleekham incurred" by reason of han 70 years, and has benefited more being held rcsonsihle for the defeat ban a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends of Senator Blackburn, he was nomiPrice only 25c. Get a nated over Senator McCreary bv a ma ackage N. C uj rfepn srBpppv i-- TP18DAY, MAY M, 114 . . G. W. RUE s. EAgl EEYE ML c '". .'..' ,j . -- .... .. ' Heck-ham- ., . 1 li.-- n . rer t I;, I - Hegwallow Nsws Alb persons meeting the mail :car-rie- r, wbo represents the'' govcrnlincnt, will hereafter fire a salute at him. Cricket Hicks thinks the KxccUior Plddlinir iiainl should never play "The as Dovvtitalf of larisM at a it Is not elcv'fVliiig. I locks has been out all Washington this weth lookingMof his stray havvg. In make sure of getting the right one he brings home every tra) one lie finds Fletcher llenstep caught a large cat fish in dander Creek this week, lie took it home alive and until he gets ms ioiid dug he will carry water to it from the ciMcin. 'flic Tin I'eddler was in this vicinity this week buyitig tip a lot of eggs, When he left town he was su afraid he would break a few he would not talk above a whisper. The FAcelsior Fiddling Hand is .meeting clandestinely this week to prac tice for a surprise birthday Oinner to be held Saturday night. Yam Sims presented Miss Fnui Mlsop with a handful of nice black gum tooth brushes Tuesday evening. It is rumored that Miss I'rutie dips snulf on the cmict. The Tickville Tidings is aliout to gel mo trouble by calling evcrylody by their first names, on account of a f KJi2i s . Otorlui; Atlas ileiipeck, who has read the bargain catalogues so much he is almost in infidel, was at Re Straw jcMcr-!.- ' hwiking at a sxmi of thread for his wife. Fllick llellwanger. who plavs little, tight, strangled tunes on his fiddle, has gone to Mounding llillows with it. tn help out at a dance given there tonight Columbus Altsop wanted to go along vvilh Ins Ii.mc fiddle, but the biiildint; .where the dance is to be held js too small. The Dog Kill preacher say there arc nme People ill his church who don't do any more harm than wear their eyebrows off looking through them v hile they pray. The Deputy Constable has had the whole community around h whispers this week while the at tempts to apprehend a hawg thief in the Calf Ribs ncighliorhood The hawg thief is of a suspicims disposition, and every time lie steals anvthing he im agines somebody is after him. so he wit be very hard to capture. The Dcmilv C"iistable. Ilowr.er. is iisinir (iihssr.cc and ctnminc and ha disguised himelf as a blind man. He has a tin cup and stands around on the cor ners at Tickville. and is plavjng this hrewi! role to such perfection he has already taken in several nickels on the side. Poke F.ailey ays this woathrr ivr are having reminds him of Miss Hosteller Hocks nrettv one day and stormy the barn-raiiin- J L. E. RUE f SAXON $395-- A Good Low Priced Car-$39- 5 A Real Automobile at Motorcycle Price L E. RUE & SON, Agts., BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechanician in charge ot'rt- all kinds Vulcanizing. Pair work of SUPPLIES FURNISHED and PRICES REASONABLE g Phone 203 Lincoln Garage Co. ' l STANFORD, KENTUCKY ti".xt Sb-re- mule high. Lllirk llellwanger has purchased FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS is more than seventeen hands He will ttr him to grow some extra tall corn with. Instead of pnine south in the win ter, Jefferson I'otlocks saves that c pene bv sittincr on the south side of the biiildin? where he gets the same sunshine. We are becinning to need a coot warm rain iust now as the prntrarlrd east wind has dried up the ground vrrv much. Cutworms and Flea Beetles In Tobacco Beds Complaints are reaching the Station of injuries by cutting worms and flea beetles in tobacco beds. Thoc pests can be controlled very largely by care, it.-'- , in preparing the beds, secondly, in keeping them covered and destroying weed- - :uiu grass about thciii. and finally when worst comes to worst, by spraying the young plants with arsenate of lead eir I'aris C recti. The cutworms are the young of several species of night flying moths, and have speiit the winter in grasses, or uci'ls. about the beds. The hurtling of the bed slot roy those within the area burned over, but others lurk among an) vegetation that may Jic left abeiut the frames. A hare strip of five feet or more should there-torbe left outside the beds, and if muslin cover hum be removed this trip and woixlen frames ran be treated with crcovite, the odor of which uiK afford some protection from worms disposed to travel across the bare arena. If gnawing ir.;cct; luve been allowed to get in the beds, the only thing to do is spray with arsenate of lead, three lKinmls in fifty gallons of water, or else use 1'aris grreii, one fourth pound in thirty gallons of water, with alxint a poittin of slaked lime added to prevent burning. Th arsenate of lead in the prH.rtion recommended doe no harm at all to the plants and requires no lime. The above treatment is to be recom mended aKo for the small brown flea beetles which sometime infest the beds and gnaw numerous round holes in the leaves. The arsenate of lead adheres to the leaves for some lime, and should serve to protect them from these insects after the plants are set out in the field. though, a second application may be needed after they are well started. II. GF.KMA.V. rutomologist and Itatnuist, Ky.. Ag-- . ricultural ICxperinient Station. e -- tint a Black-Draug- p, Black-Draug- ht 26-2- Carroll Preston 4383 Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white; eight years old; 16 hands. SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington 34, by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arrirn, 2d dam, Lady Pence by Forest (2863); 3d dam, DaiiRhlcrof (iarrurd Chict.(225.3Hth ilutn daughter Borie's Gray Eagle. $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I hive facilities for caring for mares sent to me Itom a distance and will furnish good glass and the bent cf personal attention. In all cases a lien will bt retained on foal for service fee, according to law. Fees become immediately due and Insurance is forfeited if rcares are removed from state or btcd to another horse Care taken to prrVent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection of ill my horves and will guarantee satisfaction im all my dealings. He will stand at Nunnellcy't Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. nt uiacK-uraugi- u. Black-Draug- ht 1 slack-Draug- y. upon best foundation dock for years for egg production, type and col-o- r. Not high priced, but Eggs fertile, chicks stroncf Eggs for hatching vitl produce what you want. Write. J. C. McCLARY. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. W. O. WALKER Don't Fail To Get Your Share of the BARGAINS SATURDAY AT Time You Got Yours Way this weather is getting good, and if tva) the roads are getting better, you are thinkjn" aliout buying a FOIM). it's time you got YOURS. You can't imagine how much real pleasure you are missing when you put off purchasing a FORD, for every day's ilela lessens your joy ride just that timet, it's time you got' yours. L. L. SANDERS, &et?& Vv Crab prchard. BOSSEAU 1 at( w zmiU 9J3mW-k- top that waste t UKsSsssiHjMsBWsm $500 A 'i A TUORINC CAR $550. stalks and busks from your crop represent just so much life taken out of your soil. If you do not use them for feed and return them to the ground in the form of fertilizer you are getting poorer every year. If your fields and barn yard are TIIG ROADSTER .iiJMLammmmmlmmmr - ft.S. mi mm McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agents littered with stalk and your xxounu is growing less fertile season a f tcf season you need on .mmmVmmmwlffmiVJ0mBwi VmmmmmmimjIr!TsB3mmH MAammxUsSmf1 INgKSH tffl mmtt EmWmmwLSmV!,iul It will convert all your corn front the ground level to tho tassels, into fresh, succulent feed and it will keep your cattle is prime condition all year round. Best of all it will pay for itself out of what it saves for you iu a slngle'season There will be another winter before long, with blgk priced feed aad bard work iu zero weather. Why hot get ready for it by erecting aa Indian Silo before next harvest time. We've got a mlgbtr good propoltlpa to nuke to nuuey saver. Give us a tluufes ruu rUht now to tail ywu about it. CnAKLIEWHlTE-MM- W. P. KINCAID, KTANIOJJI), KhNTKKY. .": Cvvtur GaliM '.tiairuTOH or CHARLIE HMrii'Kitortmc.ixgui L 'lit ft 373! West Iroadway tOtCtUU- - lillCI XTts -- yt- t wm mis for Lincoln and Casey Cwnties. ii n r'ri0SimfpmmvHr I will stand my fine registered Bosteau at my farm on the Stan, ford and Ifustonville pike, one mile East ot Hustonville for the season of 1'er-cher- r'" V1 ww """ " " " 1914- - SEASON All Peavine 4092 1914 m 1914 Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original As Exclusive Formulas A Kecipea of Charlie White-JCooThe Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed ia the Sibla, Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOFE, for the HuSkin Only. Aslc your druggist, or write man n, A LIVE COLT Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, weighs 2,060 pounds and is just the Kind to breed to, to get your biz mule mares, K. L. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. at flS TO INSURE Sire Rex Peavine 1796 Dam Lucy Wells 6404 Champion Sire of the World. Go to the records, don't take any body's word. Hi produce have won more prise and have told for better price than any stallion in Kentucky Why not breed into the family that has produced the champions of the wotld for the last decade, such as Edna May, Haiel Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana of the Lea, Rexall Punce, "Jaqusllna, Jacqulloe, Jaque, Princess Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many others. This is unquestionably the best breeding ion of Rex Peavine and remem. ter that the colt of Mrs. Lowndes, she has sold for the unprecedented prices of 13,000 and $1,500 are out of mare by Rex Peavine. Draw your own conclusion, and breed to a horse of the most popular bloodline at living price. Rex O'Dare NO. 5000 By Chester I'cavine No. 31&4 by Rex 1795, Ily Rex McDonald, 833; 1st dam ICfltel D. No. 8856; 2nd, tt9 .V l'cavine No. l Mrs. WHITE-MOOI N y I i(nvi 1 dam Tnxic Quick No. 8855; 3rd dam Maud M. White, 16 hands Hay, left hind t high, foaled VH0. Will mak the set sou ot r'H at inv stab c on the Man ford and Shelby City pike. Six mile uiK L K ., -- "Vl s S.1 Fee $40.00 to !n?nre living i Ii "If i - I Jl j.ll."- .v. '! se ii si f 'i 1, " i p t' V s p,nij ;nn-F.!- Co!t--?.n- d u Gced.Qne "?" i' n ? " ju - " I'fVI Jl U