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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN HONORS More Notified By COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. HARRIS COLEMAN'S Tali Paper Step Wa Yea TisM It op Watch Mm Date O Label a4 Reaew Your Subscription Promptly, D' iiv." TUESDAYS GRAND AND FRIDAYS - lINt TltCR WHIIKY CAUKI AMtTHER KILLHI6 Carr, Rey Stewart Skooti Aa4ersoa To Dtatk la Frost of BllaA Jr, Tlcr ia Macksvllle Hoy Stewart shot Anderson Carr, Jr., to death in Mackvlltc alout half four o'clock 'Ihursday afternoon, which came as the climax to trouble winch the two ncgroe had had the previous night and that day. Carr was a nephew of ..Stewart, and they lived together, in a new house recently built b) former i'ottmattcr J. C Florence, back of Den. 'ham's coal yard. When Sheriff Weath-erfor- d and Chief ot Police Urter the house afterwards they searched loiind live full quart of whisky and attticJst a full barrel of beer in the jiouse. i According to the story that Stewatl was arrested and locked told when he up, which is corroborated by Hob Crow another negro, who was present at the time, Stewart will endeavor to make On the out a case of self defense other hand. Chief of Police Carter say that he has euuence that both Crowe and Stewart had ilrtrrniinrd l.i kill Carr because Carr hid lipped off to the Chief that the) were selling whisky in the house in Macksvillc and had a quantity mi hand then Mr Car tcr tavs that Carr had told him that "that hunch" wire going to try to kill him. Stewart and Carr had a fight the night bef ire according to the story that negroes in Macksvllle at the turn, tell Carr who had very had reputation ami was known as a mean and domineering negro, had often boasted, the negroes say, that he could whip any negro in town. He end Stewart, fell out over some, at present, unknown cause, Wednesday ami had a fierce rough and tumble fight that n'glit in which Stewart had cleanly whipped Carr. litis is said to luxe made the latter verv sore. Negroes who live in the neighborhood dy thai lie secured a shotgun and had it not been taken away from him l friends, he seemed determined to use it on Stewart On Thursday, according to the story Crow that Stewart tells, anil which corroborates, Carr came to town, after spending the night in Stewart's house, with and dmr hack to Macksvllle Teddv Aldndge, in the latter' buggy Mr Aldndge is the local representa-ttv- e for a mail order liuor nousc of New Albany, Indiana, btcwart and Crow sa that Carr came into the liousc where Stewart was and kicked him in the chest. Stewart says he did trouble with not want any further Carr, and asked hnn to leave the house. was cursing him lie says that Carr and calling him all sorts of vile names, and telling him that he was going to "get" him, and that Carr ran out to the buggy, reached tinder the seat and came hack toward the door with his hand in his pocket Stewart says he believed that Carr had obtained a pistol and he told him not to come to the house He says that as Carr kept coming to him, he got out his own pistol and shot five tunes, lleforc the snooting occurred, Mr Aldridge had gotten out of the buggy and gone into another house and says he did not sec an ol the affair Only two of the butelts struck Carr, however Onelut him squarely in the forehead, between the eyes. The ball glanced under the left c)C and cut the optic nerve j of that eve, and tore through the brain. This wound caus'I he other bullet struck ed his death linn in the hip. and was not a mortal injury. It went clear through from one side to the other, and must have truck him as he turned after having been shot in the head Carr lived until eight o'clock when he died. He was givm medical attention, but it was soon seen that there was no chance to save his life. Stewart was immediate!) arrested by the Sheriff and Chief of I'olice and lodged in jail Subpoenas were issued for all who knew anything of the affair to appear before the grand jury which i in session now, thus obviating the neccssit) of an examining trial. It is reported that Stewart will ask for an lininc-dilttrial before the present term of circuit court, as lie believes that lie has an excellent chance to be cleared on hit pica of self defense. Anderson Carr, Jr, the negro who powerfully built man, was killed. of about the same sue as Stewart lie n nephew and namesake of the was late Anderson Carr, who committed suicide in the presence of officers over a year ago, alter having been arrested f hG wife. He had been to- - the imirJtr f urtfub's md ss a in I.u st Stewart, who condangerous negro duct a blicksmith shop on Weit Mam street, has a much better reputation than Carr, though he is said to he considered a bad character when under the influence of liquor, Both negroes were undoubtedly considerably unitei the influence of liquor when tlic trouble came up That :hev were conducting ,i blind tirfcr at Stewart's house, there seems little doubt Some negroes sav that Stewart was furnishing the money and Carr and Crow were doing the selling. The case in which the whisky had been sent here from the Crescent Distilling Company, of New Albapv, was addressed to a white man whifKvex mlh of town and whose name has also been given to the grand the jury Chjef Carter expresses opinion that Carr was not selling whisdisky, but that the other negroes had covered that Carr was tipping off the officers to what tlic were doing and had determined to kill him for it. lat Bill Lee la Toll Agala While the officer were in Macks-vii'Ihtirsday afternoon investigating the Carr killing, Mayor A. II. Florence got a tip that Dill Lee, a notorious bootlegging negro, had a bunch of Looie at hi place, so it was raided and si quarts of whisky were found in a suit case. Lee said, when arrested, that he had bought the whisky in Paris, for hit own personal use. Lee was arrested several weeks ago for selling whiskv in Stanford, hut Judge Davison his sentence on condition that he leave Stanford and stay away As he lias failed to do so, both charges will iiniioubtedl) now be pressed against him Chief Carter says that a short t.inc tiitc, ti rcgro, tipped him off that Lee-- had sale! that if the f lucf 'vcr c.iti.c lifter him to get whisky from him. lc was going to kill Carter in his Lie' denied this, however, when tratk riinfKntnl b) the Chief Thursday if 600CH SETS P08T0FFICE AT CRAI ORCHARD Cogressman Helm Here Thursday That He Hat Knocked The Plum BIO REWARD For Murderer ville IS OFFERED TREMENDOUS THRONG JURY RIGID MAKING- Young Stanford Athlete Win Distinction at U of Va. of Little Girl In Dano Clew Yet Gathered at Frankfort Tuesday To Pay Last Tribute to W 0. Bradley The body of United State Senator William O'Connell Bradley wa buried at sunset Tuesday in the state cemThe last resting etery at Frankfort place of one of Kentucky's most distinguished sons is a beautiful lot, adof joining the family burial former Governor bimon Bolivar Buck-nMexami is west of the graves of ican soldiers The funeral service at the residence of Dr and Mrs John G and daughter of SenSouth, son ere simple They had ator Bradley. ecu shorn of all the pomp and ceremony of a state funeral, to conform with a wish of Senator Bradley Dr lesse R Zeiglcr, pastor of the First i'resbytcnan cmtrcli, conducted the funeral services A prayer, followed by a song, "There is a Light in the alley," Scriptural reading, a prayer, and another song, "Abide With Me," oinpriscil the services at the house. At the grave only a prayer was offered It was the desire of the close friends of Senator Bradley that his body lay in state at the old capitol, where he presided as tiovcrnot A telegram, asking this of the family was not delivered, so that the arrangements could not be made. The casket was opened at the residence at 1 .30 o'clock P. M , and when it became known that the body could be seen, there was a continuous sin no of people to view the last time greatest statesmen, one of Kentuck)' ricn With the exception of the firing of a seventecn-gusalute and the large crowd in attendance, there were no distinguishing features of the funeral iiit.ir Bradley from Mi ordinary citizen. The seating capacity at the boast was so limited that only a few of the friends of the family attended the services at the house , but with the exception of the funeral of William Gocbel, the crowd at the cemetery was the largest ever seen in Frankfort. Realizing that it would be impossibc m t a nlari" near the urave. hundreds of the people paid their respects to the dead Senator by standing qn me streets with uncovered heads as the funeral procession passed Every business house and public of in Frankfort closed during the f.Mirml ttnnrs. The state officers, tudges of the Court of Appeals, members of the City Council, and the other state and citv ofticials attended the funeral in a liody Besides the congressional party many distinguished men were present, including :ormcr vice incident Fairbanks and former Governor Augustus E Wilson. The funeral tram from Washington, where Senator Bradley died Saturday, bearing the body, members of the family and the escort from the United "sennit, and Hcuise of Represen tatives, arrived at Frankfort early and var i.ct,by state and city officials, the nriivc pillbearcrs and a large ejather- oi rsciiuieis). .,",,-formenip ol citizens a procession from the railroad the-- home of Dr. South. station to cr n iri-- INVESTIGATION rge cd e kr.-.'.- Br Moreland, Ma) .W delightful A most and ocui'ion of the season among the society folks, was the witnessed last Tuesday netting, when Dr. and Mrs. M Lee Pipes delightfully entertained I.incst I.. F'ird and alter l!r)aii Moscr, of Moreland, who graduated from the Jesse Cook Back From Cuba Hustoiiville High School this year with Mr Ford, as salut.ttorian and J F Cook, former!) of Lincoln honor count), now senior member of the and Mr Moscr as valedictorian of the mi of look A llrowu, primment stock-im- n ctac fter the guests had arrived they of Lexington, is just back from Havana, Cuba, where he attended the vert- soon coupled off very nicely first annual Cuban Live Stock hx by Miss Mincllc Prtutt, who gave the positm, and at which he exhibited MO girls and bovs each a slip of paper lieau of live stock, including horses, with the name of something that makes first gave- - the The lacks. Jersey cattle, sheep and hog, a peculiar noise girl loy to answer in the had amounting sound and way vvtumnir twcut)-tw- o prizes, Tins caused much fun to $. 240 Among the prizes captured b) the same for the firm were second, third, fourth and and much praie is due Miss Pruiltboys soon as tilth on saddle marcs: third and fourth her quaint clcign Asthe wer" the heartily on walk-tistallions; first, second fennel their partners line and third on jacks and first, second, received by the receiving honor, which of host consisted of the tliiru in Jersey buils. Mr Cook, after and hostesv TheygucMs found seats on then the cxiHisitiju, sold all of the 10U head the beaut'ful li.vn. lighted with nl of luc stock which he took to Cuba lights and fragrant with many with him excepting twelve, at fancy ored e rs flow pne-s- , and says that Havana is des In the meantime the air was vibratlined to become one of the greatest ing with the melodious notes from the market., in the world for kentuck) v o'ni, vvhun guitar ami mandolin, bred live stock were very skilfully played by Messrs Knv Minks, Amhros Wilson and Dr Mountain Boys Fight Over Girl I lies Misses Mincllc' Prtutt and FlhcS lloliart Milliard and Ilcnsc Hctislcy, l.lln entertained the crowd lit a most 17 year-ol- d boys, fought a tustol duel ilcismg mitiner At ten o'clock the were ushered into the dining over Martha last gtie-s'-s Adams at Myden week, am all three where shot I lie tHm which was enlarged by throwing girt, a victim of their reckless shootipen the doors which connect the dining, was hit in the arm. thigh and ing room and iltmg loom The table cheek Mimard was shot four tunes was beautifully decorated m green and and Henvley once ami both arc cxpeet-e- d pink and ;otted flowers The large quaint) of cut glass and silver also to die-added 'much to the beauty of the scene The refreshments consisting of strawStanford Schools' Honor Roll berry ice cream and cakes were very Robert charmingly Seniors- - Efftc ltauchman. served by Misses Agnes Carter, Marion Grimes, William Grim- Russell. Kathcrinc Coffey, irgima I liralicth .Mathcny. es. and Kathcrinc McClure Dmwiddic Juniors Clinton Coleman, Mary S. The rlat colors, which are green and Cook. Sallir M Craig, Harry Farmer, pink were artistically carried out, Ixstli Llla May Holuclaw. Anne Davis in the decorations and refreshments. ltesstc Moore, Mary Moore Onlv four of the graduates hid the R.ney, erna Rout, Ma)ine bingletou. privilege to be present; Messrs. ErSeiphomores Sam Lmhty, Gertrude nest Ford. How man Myers. Allen Ray Icsse- locker, Maggie Rankin, Evans, Walter Moscr Mr Dodd Skin tier has gone on an extended trip to Lucy Wilniot, Ltllic Wilmot. the only girl graduate, irguua Frances Ilrackett Joe T. Miss Lena and Frel.men Russell has returned to her Elizabeth i:.nbrv, Matsy Grnnw. home in Indianapolis Circa", Nellie Wilson Hill, Maurice The gay crowd left at a late hour Tucker, Serena Young after congratulating Mr Ford and Mr. V, Craig, Mo et on being so highly lionorcd as Grade Annie Eighth by such delightful Fraiues Lmbrv, Nancy K. McKinncv, to br entertained Rogers Powell, Clarence Singlepeople as Dr and Mrs Pipes niii: Wearen, ton, Annette Those who were present were Miss iu'eron, Ethel Hurton. Messrs John and Roger Seventh Grade. Hester I lizal-etCarter. Clara Cash, Sira Hicks. Stoner Stephenson. Miss Mary C'irmeny. Thclnu Francis, Rachel Hill, Peavv house. Miss Ami Barker. Miss Ml- Blanche- Elizabeth llarnelt, Kubv Hilton. Mxth Grade Vie Gose Smith, Mary I'eavs house, Messrs. Ora Harnett, Geo. llr.ttkett Tahitha Martin. Frances Cor Harnett, Bowman Myers, Allen R. Eviiuuv, Sidic Wearen. Grace Atchlc), ans. Mack Peavyhouse, Miss Roberta Mie-- liovcr. Sophie Saunders, Sam Blaiu, Miss Louise Cook, Miss Sarah Zula Tads, Back, Misses Elbe Craig Iva Pepplcs l'ifth Grade Iterth.i Illankcnslup, Mis' Nannie Cooper, Miss Annie S of Miss Nannie Fourth Grade James llaughman, Remolds, Henry llaughman, Kathcrinc llrad), Hustoiiville. Miss Lena Back, Mr Win. Luetic Carter, Elizabeth Greer. Frank Burkctt. Miss Mmelle Pruilt, Mr Jno Csmdeii, M line iieiie Kincaid, Mar- I. .iik, Mr Harvey Hopkins, Mr Hen Pruitt, Mr Tom Back. Miss Oneita garet Pettus. Guv Smith. Ellis. Misses Third Grade -- Ollie Atchley. Lee D. Shew maker. Miss Ethel McClure, Mr. Fisher, Frances Fish, Mary Gilbert Mabel and Katherme Powell, Adcliadc Proctor, Lelia Ceok Fmmius McClure. Mr Earl Bell, Miss Lula B Rout, Miss Mary Hanson, Kanr-y-, Gladys Southard. Kathe-riiic- Coffey, Mr and Mrs. Grade. Olga becond C.imcnisch. Mis Bishop, lames Pipes. Misses VirDorothv Trilible. Lunlc Walker, Sadie Noah and Lucile Dinwiddie. Miss AgK Kincaid, Alary L. Stone, Jennie ginia Bishop. llarnelt, Irene Rhodes Good. Emma nes Riiselt. Master Joseph Myers. I'.rackett. Frances Travlor. Eddie B. Mr Claude Dinwiddie, Mr'Ott Wilon, l'aughmin. Pepplcs, James Mr Rov Minks, Mr. Ambros Moscr. Robert Ford. Mr Walter I'txtoti. Robert Davison. Henry Ridder, Mr Ernest Ford, Mr Slaughter, Mr lohn Foster Pi imarv Charlie Illaiikciiship, Commencement at Mt. Vernon ( ameiiisch. Hubert Fish. Anika The Mt. Vernon High School bidder, llernardine Ridder, Margiret .laded was held it the Taylor, Roy Walls. Adelia Walker First Grade Allen Anderson, Fred kchnol building Wednesday, Ma. -- 7, Friday, May llatiiuati. Anne-HCarson, Harold Dunn, and continued through Eunice Pepples. Weleh Pepples, Fos-ti- r 25 The graduates are James Thomp-o- and Robert McKcnzieJohn Lair Reid Phillips. Frank Piitus. Flor-lite- r Pettus, Haller Smith, Rowan The bacc.tl.ture.itr sermon was deliv-edby the Dr. Crossfield Sunday at Saufley, lliclma Walls, Shiuks Far-uithe Presbyterian church. rel-tig1 1 We-ddlnt n. er er A Bad Killing In Bell Judge A J. Ashcr, of Hell county, for the has offered a reward of arrest of Dave coUoii, charged with the murder of Mrs William bapp, and an effort was made this week to get the (loveruor to increase this reward to $500, Colm is thought to be hiding in Mountains, on the the Cumberland imriier line between Kentucky ami ir Kima All authorities in tnc counties of the three Mates' corners have been notified to keen a lookout for him The onl) possible cause for the killing, as far as known, is the fact that the bapp f.itml) had been using water from a spring on the Lolsou property. Conon sever il days back otcd a trespassers' notice on his property Sunday it was torn down, and Col son, it was reported to the police, went to the Sapp home and asked to know who tore the notice down, accusing Mrs .Sapp She protest! d, and he shot her in the head, it is charged, producing death mstantlv. e Mr Sapo saved himself b) taking in the house. News comes from Charlottsvillc, Va., tha Harris W, Coleman, of Stanford, d has made an unusual and enviable in athletics at the University of Virginia this year, having just won his "v" on the track team Noting Coleman got his on the football eleven last fall, and a few men ever make two Coleman' letter at that institution, work is regarded as extra fine Coleman recently won the shot put in a contest several big eastern against universities, and it is said that Virginia' track team won from all the big team except University of Peiinsyl-v.iniwhich has a number of Olympic champions on its roMcr Statistics arc said in show that Pennsylvania and Cornell arc the only institutions which rank above Virginia's team this sea-o- n Coleman's record in the shot was somithing over 40 feet, which is said 'c surpars any Kentucky records Cote, mail was the star on the football and teams of the Stanford High School three years ago He is training for a legal course at the University of Virginia and is doing as well in Ins s; be is hi .itliiciics, which is of itself, something unusual He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C R. Coteman, of thii cit), his father being a big coal mine operator of Cary, Hell county rcc-ol- "" a, Helm, who Congressman Harvey came over to his home here Tuesday night, after attending the funeral of Senator W O. Bradley at Frankfurt, notified I .d ward O uooch Thursday that he will endorse him for postmaster at Crab Orchard llus appointment ends a hard fight which has been mad'- - for this place, the contender against Gooch being Mrs Ivun Fish, who Icid him in the civil service examination by a narrow margin Gooch -, had many strong endorsements, and won out over the lady, who also had many warm friends. Gooch is one of the best known young democrats of the Fast i.ud of the count), being n son in law of Josh Wilson, and lie is place that he has won. lie served as Dcputv Sheriff under former Sheriff, T J Hill, Sr, for four years and had been a prominent teacher and farmer in the ast End sitae exceptionally well qualified for the how-e-vre1 stu-ni- BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION Given at Moreland Tuesday Evening To Two Popular Young Men tueki but a short time, as there Is imiili work before congress before ad is taken for the summer. journment present indications, it docs not seem that he will have-- anv opposttiuti though a number of for good democrats over the district have liecu 'mentioned" but that is as far as my of them have gotten. PICNIC AT WAYNESBURG conurndM Helmv.ill Lc in Kcn- - May Again Be Held This Year on The Fourth oL July Another Fourth ot July picnic will probably be held at Waynesburg this t year, if plans now being discussed through by the various lodges which promoted the very successful picnic held last year. There is talk of mak ing this an annual event in the-- southA tremenern part of the county dous crowd was present the two days last year, and thitt the picnic was while there-- mav be but a onc-di- y picnic this tune, it is believed that the crowd drawn will be fully as large. It is proposed, if the picnic is decided upon, to have several prominent speak crs of hand and other forms of diversion will be on the program, suck as foot races, a base ball game and athletic contests Herbert Reynolds, who handled the program last year in fine style as master of ceremonies, was m Io.mi Wednesday and stated that the Maccabees, Woodmen and Odd Pel-lolodges would decide about the matter very soon, and it might be-- also that the .Masonic lodge at Wayuesliorg would have a hand m promoting a big Bruce Fagaly, of that section event wit i is on the jury in circuit couit nereis ilso heartily in favor of .oiuthcr pic nic He has been engaged in some contacting work at Danville, for several v eek-- , but will return home soon and c'i, al he can to promote the proposed arc-puhe-I- No clew has yet been found to the murderer of little Zelma Young at Danville. Gov. McCreary has offered a reward of $400 for the arrest and conviction of the murderer and the citizens of Danville arc contributing to a large fund The Advocate says tint Thomas oung, father of the girl, subscribed $25 to the fund. He is also all the funds available to help using Although a in running down clews oor man, Mr Young stated he was willing to spend everything in his possession to capture the brutal murderer of his little- girl Mrs Voting is almost distracted over the terrible tragedy and has scarcely eaten a bite since last Friday night. The Young family-wisto thank the people of Danville for their sympathy and proffers of help during their distress. Mr Noting is unable to account for the tragedy and the mysterious manner in which it was committed. He intimated that he had gotten on to some slight clews which he would present to the officers in the hone of being able to land the mufdcicr, although he would not make anything tuiMic for the present, as he feared that publicity might give the guilty party an opportunity to escape in the event of his clew proving to be meritorious Mr .Young thinks that he reached his daughter in a very-femoments after the deed was as she was not dead when he reached her and it would have been impossible for her to have lived hut very brief time after the wound was inflicted. A feature which puzzles htm is that the girl had been turned completely aiour.d in bed The pool of blood was at the head of the bed where she had been murdered When fodttd her head wa raised slightlv up. Mr Young is of the opinion that when the murderer slashed her thront she grabbed nis arms and that she held to him and was pulled around as he tied from the house It was probably the noise made when she was jerked across the bed that awakened Mrs Young, who heard lie gasping sounds anil awakened Mr. Young The officers are doing all in their xiwer to find the guilty man and have run down every clew, regardless of ow small it is. The razor found on , the bed, the bed clothing anil mvstcnous hit arc all held in the office of Countv Attorney Henry Jack son It was at first thouttht that the table cloth was placed over the girl's mouth bv the murderer to prevent her However, the creams being heard. cloth itself shows that it was placed directly over the gash. This appears evident, frorn the blood on it Whether the-- Rir1 in distress reached to at her side ami pressed the cloth tr the wnimij or whether the murderer placed the tablecloth over the place is unknown, lint it seems more reasonable that the girl crabbed un the cloth herself. com-mittc- d. 1 table-clothe Of Violation of Law Over the County-taNumber of Fine Assessed In the Circuit Court Circuit court adjourned early Friday morning over till Monday, Saturday being a legal lioliday, but the grand jury ha been hard at work. It is understood to be investigating cer tain lawless conditions in the southern part of the county and a large number of witnesses have been before it A number of indictments, several of - derstood to have already been returned. rntl'T icnattenal character, arc un- 't, '. The criminal docket of court wa finished up Wednesday afternoon for the present term, but it is not known yet whether or not the Carr killing case will he taken up at this term. Unless an indictment is quickly returned by the grand jury, it will undoubtedly go over. After the I J.'s last report, Frank Reid, of Milledgcvillc, was fined $100 and given 40 days in jail on a charge of illegally selling whiskey in sjyjj Raines, now of Lebanon McKcc Rtffe, of Hustonvtllc, was, given a fine of $10 an dcosts on "'a" charge of killing some turkeys belong?' tng to M F. North Fronic Brewer, a local ncgrcss, was acquitted of a charge of running a disorderly house America Shropshire, another local negrcss, was fined $10 and cost of a charge of selling whisky illegally. An agreed judgement of $100 entered against Capt Ben Ferrill, of More-lancharged with pulling a pistol on George Htinn A film nf ey. .n nnla.Ail .frit..-, t -- ... .. -- I -- I .. it uiuiii. wii .i coulee cii ..?. using allusive and insulting language toward C. R Brawner Thirty three indictments against U. S. Tray lor, charging him with permitting minors to play pool in his pool room on Depot street, were compro-mse- d by Mr. Traylor agreeing to pay $100 in each of two cases with the balance filed away. D. II C. Peyton was fined one cent g and costs for breach of the pearr, been charged with drawinir a kunBT' on Randolph Coffey. The suit of the estate of Ora Bracket t Modern Brotherhood of America for collection of an insurance policy for $1,000 vvas next taken up by the court and vvas in progress when the I J. s report closed for this issue. d, -Intv-m- Beautiful Tribute to Ed Walton Col. W. P Walton in the Orlando. Fla . Rcporfer-Sta- r had the following. beautiful reTerence to his brother, E. C. Walton, whose marriage to Miss Mar- cum took place Wednesday al Cat- Icttsburg, Ky Air li. C. Walton, ownleft yesterday er of the Reporter-Stafor Catlcttsburg, Ky, where on Wednesday he will lead to the marriage altar. Miss Maud Marcum, daughter of Col. Thomas D. Marcum former register of the land office ot Kentucky, and now a candidate for congress." rosscssmg the noted charm of beauty for which the women of her State are noted, the prospective bride is a woman of rare mental and high church at tainments. Hesidcs taking great interests in local affairs, is president of the Haptist Women btatc Missionary society and foremost in every gooa work and work. The two have known each other almost since childhood and a great friendship has existed between them which finally ripened" into love with a happy ending. It may be a little vatnguorious to speak in such high terms ot a ITrother, but we are sure that all who have become to know him here will agree that he is a man of the highesf honor and one who lets nothing stand between him and the obliging of a friend. He has built himself up in the estimation of the people of this whole section, who, wc sure will be glad to be tsured that he and his wife will make Orlando their home. We can say vvitli pride that no man ever had a better brother than he has proven or any bod) a better friend than he is to every worthy person. May he and the .woman he has chosen find in each otl.er every thing that can be desired and live and love to a ripe old age. r, cip sffair The Bach Club Recital The recital etiven bv the Bach Club School at the opera house on Monday evening, May 2jth was largely attended and thoroughly cnjo)ed The opera house had been artistically ilecorteet with the club colors and the well arranged program was carried out without the slightest hesitancy. It vvas evident that rare talent and unusual musical ability ac possessed by some of the mem bers of this organization. The music lovers of Stanford are greatly indebted to Miss Ballou for her untiring efforts in the preparation of thii. entertainment. The Club was ably assisted by Mrs. D S Bromley. Miss Catherine Gregory Mrs. Alfred Tads and Prof. George D Hopper In the rendition of irtosz-koski's Caprice Espapnol Miss Mary Moore Rancy showed remarkable insight into the composition. Miss Raney and sympathetic also does beautiful work as accompanist. Miss Lissa Holtz-cladisplayed an intelligent of phrasing, a very even and full finger tone Prof Hopper's rich hirvtn'i in "If 1 Were a King," was gre.Mlv enjoved and he received hearty ipplause I Its enunciation was clear and voiie- - control was good The violin mi nbers by Mrs Bromlev delighted the audience She pt.iyed with remarkable cac and elegance of bowing. Polkadf Concert from Birtlclt was hiaulifiilll rendered by Miss Anne D McRohcrts from memory This young artist has clear touch and is thoroughly musical Mr Harry Reinhari's of List Hope, was unusually cood and his knowledge of musical historv is wonderful. Miss Gregory ha a beautiful lvric soprano voice purler perfect control, also a most pleasing and attractive personality. MAY BE THE NEW SENATOR of the Stanford High w REPs, BBBBH RaaBllMaK,v?rrriBllllllV bbbbbbbbbbbbbh'JbbbbbbbV w ttnder-tamhr- ig intcr-per'iti- Horse Gossip of Interest Here r psTiiornn Herald said Wednes day of several well known horsemen " from this eiitl ot me state. visit to the track there. They were Edgar 1'. Doty, of Richmond, and W. it Kmm.mi llr Pontius and Mr. Bourne of Lancaster Mr Doty is a saddle horse man, but blossomed out as a race driver last season, behind Lord Rion 2 17 2 and other trotters over the half mile tracks. He is preparing a stable of show horses this season for the Kentucky circuit. Mr. Doty was very much pleased with the saddle colt, Kentucky's Ideal, in the stable of Mat Cohen. The colt is a son of the greatest of all saddle horses, Bourbon King, and his dam is by the good sire Kentucky Squirrel and though he has been in Cohen's hands but a short time, looks like the making of a high class horse. He is the property of W Q Parks, a well known young horseman-journaliof Richmond Mr Doty formerly had in his charge the much talked of show mare. Regina Pcavinc, that Matlack & Shropshire recently liought from Scuddcr, Walker c! Wrav, as the best mare they could find to' succeed their last season's crack. Hazel Dawn. Mr Burton is well known in Lexington, having judged at the 1913 Blue Grass Fair and he has also owned a number of prominent show roadsters horses, including Pharaoh Kiolada and Dr. Pontius, the last namtd of which was sotd by Robert Moreland to C. K. G. Billings. At present he has a promising pacer in the stabel of William Harrison that is being pointed for the futurities He has been a mile in 2:21 this season and a quarter on 32 seconds. i ti st PREACHERSVILLE J F. Payne, the blacksmith, had the misfortune to cut the first joint off of his index finger last week by getting t'ic member caught in the cog wheels on a urill He dressed the injury him-se- ll and continued his work. John T. Rigsby traded. 18 cattle to lohn B. Anderson for his brand new Fen! automobile, Mrs. Wm. Duvall continues somewhat indisposed. Mrs. J. H.Thompson and daughters, Misses Wadie Mae and Iva, contemplate a trip to Texas in a few days to visit Mrs. Thompson's father, Mr. Sidney Harber. Little Miss Bernice Sprinkles, of Shelby City, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Logan Thompson. Mrs. 11. G Cummins, who lias been indisposed, is about well The play "The Ladies' Masonic Ledge," vvas given here Saluiday night. A large- crowd was in attendance and over $40 vvas realized and the proceed will go to our Consolidated school. The lac'tes are deserving of high compli-mifor their success Each and every one acquitted herself, in a creditable They will give their play at manner Brodhead Saturday night. Purch Hester and wife, of Stanford, v mted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M Anderson. Mr. and Mrs James Br) ant. of Jud-sovisited at J J. Thompson's Miss Icnme Richardson is spending the week with her cousin, Mis Tali-th- a Ball. Jop Smith, of Hiatt, visited his aunt Mr Susan Cress. Air. and Mrs Haydett Leavell. of Larcastcr, Mr, and Mrs. J C. Morgan. of Point Leavell. P. B. Thompson and wife and Mrs Logan Thompson and children visited Ur and Mrs. J. J. Thompton. John 11. .Muterson is erecting a new silo nt n. three-year-o- M iT 8f Coughs and Cold Weaken the System Continued Coughs, Colds and Broil-chitroubles are depressing and weak, en the system. Loss of weight and appetite generally folluw. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. KMg's New Discovery toda) It will stop your cough, The first doe helps. The best medicine for Stub-hor- n Coughs. Colds and all Throat and Lung Troubles M. O. H. Drown. Muscatine, Ala, writes "My wife was sick Great Colt Dies in East S. Cohen has reeetved a telethe death of the announcing show colt, Imperator Et Rex, farm of W.'L. Austin, Kose-mn- t, i'enn. He was sold several months ago to Mr, Austin for $3,000. Mat gram famous at the Keep Bowel Movement Regular Dr. King' New Life t'lti Veep stonj. ach, liver and kidney in healthy condition. Rid the body of poisons and Improve your complexion by waste, flushing the liver and kidney. "I got more relief from one box of Dr King's New Life I'llls than any medicine I ever tried." ay G, E. Hatfield, ol Chicago, 111. 25c at our druggist. Lb-- It h Johnson N. Camden, of Versailles Gov MCreary has the appointment of a L. .S. Senator to fill out the unexpired term of Senator W. O. Bradley wlu died last week and there is sitd to be a strong probability that he will N. Camden, of Wood-fo.iiK)tnt Don county The-- gevcrnor could make Mr no more suitable -- appointment. Camdtn is a lug man in every sense - word He- ,s iking a great work i f thfor Kentucky in his capacity as a private citizen and no honor is too great for him. He is one man that having uionev has not spoiled in any way The aplKiiutmeut made hv the governor would onl) be until the November election, when a stnitor will have to be cleftcd from November till March to Ttrrv Deatherage Newi of the Churches Bradley's term luge ne Deatherage, a prominent fill out the remainder of also be elected Rev F. M Tinder, of Lancaster, U. la'.'ftud man. of Lebanon Junction and and the S. Senator will will prcielt at Hubble, Sunday long term of six years, for fot marScrviees at Baptist church "Sunday, Miss mnie Terry were united in Wal-'which Heckliam McCreary and Stanley riage Wednesday h) Rev I) M I Ma) 31 j Sunday school at 9..10. Preachare candidates he bride is a daughter of Mr ing at II o'ebxk. subject "Pressing and Mrs J W. Terr) and a lovel) Forward." II P. V a! 7 o'eloek and young lady of an unusually is charming Fire Insurance, Tobacco Hall Insurance Preaching at 7J0. subject. "The- - NeThey have a personality host of Reliable companies. No wild cat or cessity of Repentance." J Campbell, Services at the Presbyterian church friends wishing them much joy and assessment concerns. Hustoiiville Sunday May 31. Sunday school 9 30, happiness through life worship II o'clock. The Soul's William J Worthington, aged 81 T I. Daniels, of Sturgis, aged 07 (neatest Work. Young People's serLieutenant Governor filmier vice 6:45; Consecrated Purses. The )cir, the Bradley administration, and was e'rowiie'd Moudav morning by tailduring ing into a cistern from which he was evening service will give way for the drawing water for his stock. No one n meeting at the Methodist one ot the leading lawyers of the northeastern section of the Stale, died at saw him fall in, and it was some lime church, which will be conducted by II, his home in Greenup last week of old before he was found He leaves a Clav Smith. age. wife and family Relieves Bladder DUtreis Help Kidney and Bladder Trouble Feel Dull and Sluggish? Start And Woakoe Everybody Satisfied Liver to Working Incgular, painful bladder weakness Everywhere people are taking Foley disappear when the kidneys are strong It beats all how quickly rotcy CaKnlne) Pills, and are so satisfied they vour liver, overand healthfully active. Take-- Foley KidTablets urge other to take them also. A T. tharticconstipationliven ney Pills fot that burning, scaling make you feel live. come Mcintosh. Ala., ay; "I re- Iv nnd active again. J I. Knight, Ft on-irregular, painful action-heavsoie feeling and bladder distress You commend them to all who suffer from Worth, Texas, ays. r,My disagreeable kidnev troubles and backache, for they svmntoms were, entirelv removed bv the will like their tonic restorative effect the relief from pain quick, good re- are fine" Best thing can take for thorough cleansing Foley Cathartic weak hack and rheumatism For Tiblets sults. Contain no harmful drugs. Try irave me" Thev're a sale by all druggists. I For sale by all druggist. them. For sale by all druggists. I ul 42-t- f. Anti-Saloo- They're Coming In At Crab Orhard Guests are beginning to arrive at Crab Orchard Springs by the score and the present season promises to be one of the higgc-s- t and most successful that has been had at this famous sumCnl. and mer icsort in many years Mrs. J H Willis, known from one end of the south to the other as "Pa and Ma" Willis, have been working their early spring heads off during the months, getting things in hape for the best of accommodations for their guests this season. Paint and whitewash have made everything look like brand new the electric 'ights and ice plant has been overhauled and is in fine shape. Brown's Springs has been attractively fixed up and will be known in the future as "Lovers' Retreat," and will undoubtedly be one of the most popular spots on the grounds. A splendid orchestra will make-- music all the season and everything possible will be none for the comfort, convenience and H. Albert happiness of the guests Severance, than whom i none more IKipular or obliging, will be behind the do.K with Col. Willis this season while hit wife will look after the entertainment of the ladies. Mrs. Amanda Watts Dead Mrs. Amanda Watts, of W. O. Watts, of May wood, died at her home on Wednesday, and was buried Sundav, at Highland, after services at the home of Mr. Watts at 1.30 P. M Mrs. conducted by J. C McCIary Watts was a splendid Christian woman and had been a member of the Baptist church since- - she was eighteen She passed tway as the result of a stroke of paralysis. step-moth- There are a Great Many subscribers to the Ladies' Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post and Coun-tr- ) Gentleman in this section of the state. If you i subscription has expired to any of these periodicals, scud in ytur renewal ti the 1. J., which rait Save you good none) and trouble ill 42 making your renewal A Georgia , sensati- btc-ach- e. wo-ile- Might A Well town has voted in favor of saloons and here is the reason given bv a citizen "If we are going to stand for our women folks wearing shadow skirts and slt skirts, and transparent skirts, and our younger women learning to dance the boll weevil, the Texas Tomtit) tango, the bunny hug, the bear dance, the half center, the buzzard flop, and the puppy huddle nominated a .u'd so on down the line, then we men Tennessee democrats man named Rye for governor on a very folks might as well have our saloons la this another case of ani the whole push go to hell together. dr; platfor-n- . You can't afford to tuts the picture ""faX. playing l.olh ends against the middle? show tonight Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite? Read Tbl Most Children's Diseases inA treatment of Electric Bitter The Texas Wonder Kidney cure Start With a Cold cures diabetes, and all irregularities creases your appetite; stops indigestion Restlessness feverishuess, an inflam. kidney and bladder in both you can eat everything. A real spring of the ed throat and spasmodic cough may be men and women, If not sold by your tonic for liver, kidney and stomah troudruggist will be sent byinail on re- bles. Cleanses )otir whole system and whooping cough is starting in Give It did Foley' Honey and Tar promptly. Electric Bitters ceipt of $1 One small bottle is two sou feel fine and seldom fails more for Mr T D Peeble' stomach helps the children so very much, and months' treatment Send for Kentucky troubles than any medicine he ever Mr. Shipps, Raymondsville, Mo., says: in iitrft-L-- t a cure Dr D W Hall. 29J6 tried. Get a bottle today 50c and $1, 1 got fine result from it and it la iiinioiitals Hucklen't Arnica a great medicine for whooping cough. at your druggist 0'ive- - street. St Loui. Sold by drug For tale by alt druggisf Salve for Eczema. (Advi gist n w .it J ''V TUB JNTtmOU JOVRNAL ST A If FORB, KBNTVClCY. .. rs' FRIDAY, MAY M, 1914. Ktw Aleut Tint House The Importance of deciding wpon the best material cannot You want something which will be both be durable and lasting. Of nil the building materials, there is only one which is absolutely durable concrete. If you decide on concrete as the building material you want to nee, you sliuuld be ouie and Ret the right kind of Portland cement. There are so many kind of Portland cement, that It is essential that you get one whkh you can be sure will always produce satisfactory and uniform results. over-estimate- d. I i .J LUllUlCEMENT will give you satisfaction because it is ground (1VC a luuai jiciicvi viiiuiijg unvi) wiu is tested at frequent intervals lor its quality and uniformity. Let us figure on your requirements. Tins enough to .PHILLIPS BROS., I Hills S. STANFORD, KY. C. R. I. Reds and S. C. White Orpingtons. Richmond Have won first prizes at Loulstille. (State Fair)' llopktnsvillc. Danville and Stanford, in 1913. My liirdj are not only prize winners, but great cp2 machines. Ten pens mated. cgm .it reasonable prices, Write for for matins list and show record. Also Fiun Indian Runner ducks crrs sale. Red cockerels for sale at $2 to $5 each. A. C Hill, Stanford, Kentucky. t$)t-- j MMl y f p-- m jt fiJMsiSk A CAMEL PROVIDES HIMSELF WITH ENOUGH WATER TOR HIS TRIP OVER THE DESERT. SQUIRRELS PROVIDE FOR THE WINTER.? BEES, BIRDS AND ANIMALS ALL PROVIDE ToR THE FUTURE WHO GETS THE MONEY YOU EARN ? iS" A ( F I I I This is a lesson to men, from a humble source. It is not only for the sake of having it NOW, that you should bank your money, but also to provide against WANT that may come to you and your family. Then again, as your bank balance grows your reliability is recognized and more OPPORTUNITIES and more money are the natural results of your early toil and economy. Begin today. Make OUR bank YOUR bank b s. State Bunk & Trust Gapital, $50,000.00. W. L. MuCARTY.Pres. J. S RICE, C. G. PERRY, Surplus, $1,160. G. L. PENNY, M. P.. SALIN, Cashier. W.G. SMITH. Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK agement and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. S. is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound man- J. Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. I? . t CRAB ORCHARD 1h' Intrrlor Joi.rral rharitra for and I (attic Mirs Dclphia of and rarda t of rrlntl' Owstev of Stanford, rrtjtrned home Ihinaa. The) Pi la firo centa a line. week The Interior Journal haa one of the larf Satltriiay after a most plraaant rit Joli printing (IIIMtalill.hmenta in central with Mrs. Albert Ncwiand and other I (lad to flfiire with relatives here. and hrMiirlt anyone, on anjr kind of printing. Dr. Frank Robbins anil wife arc with Mr. C. A. Redd and family. Dr. NEAL'S CREEK y Rohhiti received hi diploma in at the Dental College in CincinRev C II. Greer (illctl his regular nati. He vill probably locate in appointment at Satiflcy Sttmlay. Mrs V. IS. Daushcrty and daughter, Mrs, I.ottanna lloldam, of MuskoMyttlc. were in Stanford Friday. gee, Ohli., is gladdening the hearts of nis many friends here bv once more beMr. Huso llodncr i. visiting tirothcr at Lebanon Junction. ing in their midst. Wc hope that she Miss Dttlcic llattsh is visiting Mi will stay. I Aliotit fifteen of our voting pcpte tta Luster. Saturday Mi. A. li. Grimes, of Saullcy, spent motored to Prcachcrsvillc night to witness a play by local talent Sunday with Mr, Dink Farmer. and all pronounced it a great success. Mr. Morsic Daughcrty was in StanMisses Bessie Rrjnolds and ford Sunday. Chadwick went to Somerset for Mr. Dink Farmer was at Sauflcy a viit to relatives They will be gone this week. Sunday two weeks. A large crowd attended Miss Mvrtlc Murray went to Urod-lie.School at Saufley Sunday Illuming. few days ago visit her moDunaway ther, a has returned. to Mi. aud Mrs. Charley ht't spom Saturday and Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier and parents. Mrs, J. Thos. Cherry attended the Mrs. V. R Daughcry and Miss fiineial of Mrs. Mona Dunn at DanSunday with ville Thursdav. Wc extend our deepest Mrjtle Uaughcrty spent at svtnpathy to Miss Ella Dunn, who has Mr. and Mrs. Urucc Daughcrty Maywood. been bereft of a splendid Christian The stork visited the home of Mr. and mother :(lrs (.urtts Young and left them a Mr Claud Thompson is able to be fine Iniy. ort tfter sjvcral days' ilness Mrs. William Raines spent Sunday Mr. Hiatt Stigall is very low and Mrs. Kdward tittle hope entertained that he wilt with her daughter, Itailey. lasi much longer. arc aliout through The farmers Mrs. Stigcr is improving daily, but planting corn in this part of the coun- as ct has not tried lo bear her weight try. umiii her afflicted limb. v Miss Catherine lleldcn spent lr. Charlie Hnlderman and baby with Miss Catherine Terry. are viih Mrs. Claudia Holdcrman. Mr. Ilcnrv Brooks was with his BLUE LICK siter, Mrs. Daisy Ht.nt for a few das Farmers arc busy getting there to- this trweek. Mrs. Sparrow, of Corbin. and bacco ground ready to set, as soon as ate with Mrs. Mary Culton lllv Mr Shelby Btirgin, of Madison counMrs. S. I). Stringer, who has been ty, was tin' vucU of his cousin, Dr. quite sick, is improving nicely. Little Misses Vada and Ilert Lay, Wclby iturgin last week. Mr Olio Nrwland and son, Ott. of Bertha and Hcttie Kennedy were call, Knrmide, visitc'd bis children near ing on their teacher, Miss Hcttie Peak here last week. Thursday. Mr Abna Stephenson was the guest Mrs. C O. Daughcrty and Miss Mary Stringer were in town shopping of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones, of Cedar Creek Sunday. .s week. Mr. Henry Campbell returned to Miss Hcssic Green, of Xeal's Creek, was the guest of MUs Mcrtic Lay Krt-a- v Cincinnati this week. Dr. W. J. Edmiston is building a Mrs Angie Martin and mother spent two story addition to his home on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. S. II. Main street and will move in as soon as it is completed. Stringer. It s hot and dry. Rain badly needed, Little Miss IVarl McGill was the guest of Miss HerF Lay, who is spend- but gardens arc looking well. Mr. John Brooks, of Atlanta, Ga., ing a few days with her sister, Mrs. was with Mrs. Claudia Holdcrman this i'. Daugherty. musical entertain- week. There will has Mr. Ilillie George Holdcrman ment at the Blue Lick church Saturlitday night. May 30th. Everybody come been on a fishing expedition with tle success. and help a good cause. Rev. J. G. Bosshart wilt preach at Plenty Fire Insurance for All our church, the first Sunday in June at You car get all you want in Old Line 2:30 P. M. His subject will be "Where companies that will pay vou promptly will ,oii Spend Eternity." if vou have a loss. Dont let jour poli. cic's lapse K. M. Nealand. PARLOR PROVE We arc having some nice weather DAVIS' STORE at this writing. The farmers are busy There is a splendid Sunday School planting corn. at Sugar Grove with a Day at ogamzed There will be a Children' Parlor Grove the 14th of June. Every- large attendance and much interest is being manifested by the obi and young body invited to come. Miss Gertrude Honey was the guest Ihcy have now a fine choir led b.. Prof. French, as he is an expert in the c l Miss LuU Waddle Saturday. Mrs. Murrcll Singleton was visiting rudiments of music it is worth comMr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan Saturday ing to hear him and his class sing. They have also the old fashion Bibie and Sunday. Miss ester Sims entertained a num-Le- r Mass aud many old Bibles that have been lying away in the corners coverof her friends Saturday night. Horn, to the wife of G. Goch, a fine ed with dust, have been hunted up and Imished off and put into practical use ffrl. James & Pollard have moved the saw Miss Vcstcr Sims was the guest of mill to J. Hush Spratt's to cut Ins Misses Lula and Flossie Waddle Sun'loundary of timber. day and Sunday night. Mr. anil Mrs. Andy McKinney, of Miss Eva Dishon and Miss Lizzie Lay were the guests of Mrs. M. J. Garrard, were visfting relatives in this section Saturday and Sunday. Morgan Sunday. Miss Evelyn Cash, of Middlchtirg, Mrs. David Walls tost a fine horse has returned home after a visit to her last week. Misses Lee Hachctt was the guest aunt. Mrs. J. C. Tucker. Mr. E. H. Manuel is all smiles I Miss May Honey Sunuay. oyer the Mis Delia Padgett ot Huck Creek, his home.arrival of nine ound boy at spent Sunuay with Miss Maud Mc Dave Lewis, who has been doing Curry. Mrs. Muncie and daughter. Kuth I'. S. service for the last Six years, is have been visiting at Goochtown this it home with his mother on a visit. MUs Katherinc Hammonds and her iverk. Henry Sims and Earl Warren made sister, of Paris, arc visiting relatives n this section. i flung trip to Ottcheim Sunday. Mr. T. M. Boone, who has hem .it Three boys, of Berea, were visiting Burnsule taking treatment for a can J. S. Waddle Sunuay night Mr. and Mrs. W Kevno ds. of cer, has returned home cured, except Va)iiesburg, are visiting their parents l slight blemish or scar. He look irrat. mem from Dr. Gamblin. Col. J. P. Chandler, who has been GENEVA' iiidcr the doctor, is much improved al The people around here are through this writing, planting corn. Mrs. Richard Walls was the guest of "HZ" FIXES TIRED her son and family at Parksville SatSORE, SWOLLEN FEET urday and Sunday. Decoration Day will be at the Kason graveyard Saurday, May 30. Good bye sore feet, burning feet, Hev. J. T. Chastcen will fill Ins apswollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling pointment at the Yocuin Schoolhouse fet. tired feet. Sunday. Good bye corns, callouses, bunions Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Yocum were and raw spots. No visitim; relatives at McKinney Sun. more shoe tightday. ness, no more James Colc got his finger very limping with pain on illy mashed, while working on the or drawing up railroad one day last week. your face in agonv Richard Walls has gone back to the "T1Z" is magical, right railroad to work. acts off. "T1Z" draws out Janie Wans spent Saturday night with her cousin, Miss Bessie L. Walls, all the poisonous exudations ,1 lli(1l ...iff .art ,1... feet. L'se "T1Z" and force vour fool. Oae Leas Gena misery. Ah I how comfortable your Breeds Hillieas feet feel. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now at any druggist or department store Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never scwcll, never A aora or cut lata tha hurt, never get tird. A year's foot rariua under to tain. I don't atop itf comfort guaranteed or money refunded. brrcdtnff there will b tir local PpHraMetta. aa the cannot reach lint tflmieeit pncllnii of the ear. There l tmT " ar locnradeafncaa. and that ta hy conatHotlon. Proprietor 4HKLTON M. IUUN.KY al remcrthx. Heafnew la ranel hr an Innameil RXKlltkm of the nraenna llnlnf of the Rnetarhlan When thla Inho la laltamed Jon haee Tnhe. 1A TEAB HTrtlCTl.T IN AUVAKOR rnmhltnt eonnd or Imperfect hearlnf, and when It la enllrelr clnaed Urafneaa la the reanlt, and inflammation ran te taken out and ' aa nntrea I lie reatoreej purtilfifi Knhrti a f to tta normal condition, hear-thla tnhe mt of frtind tun mm mttur. Inf will he dtrored forereri nine cae but ten are ctn-- d he Catarrh, which la nothln an Inllameit condition of the roncona mirfacea, all rimmnlrallfia to Th Intartot Ad.trMi n win iv lino Ifntidreil ttnllara for anr caao Mnnrrttd ef !eafne tcanaed hy catarrh) that cannot he Journal nnt . to lorn Individual Kend for clrco cored! hr llall'a Catarrh Cure. nllh lb iap-rNo mtir tow inprrtant lhy war " lara, free. p cilBSRt A CO., Tole.lo, 0. nn.ipnru inn iiioiij .'u. v""."....."..."'"- Interior Journal, air lincrr,!. Tho nam 1li Md hr Irnnilta, TV. wanted aa an aldenc of f.f th aendrr Take llall'a ramllr 1'llla for conatlpatlon. If Ja cowl faith ami not for publication, Uto aomthln- roil ant to appear In Tn Interior Journil, rou moil ilin Jour name Tkt fattmr Jtwnal DeafMM CMOt Be Curtd lri BOYS' CLOTHES ' Bcyj no not Vnnw thf dollar, Thty do not know . lu of a how many steps nor how much time It UVti to make one. Thty y 1"'l53saaBaaW-'rt do not know how to lpt ot.llo-erle- New-lau- O'SSsT nQTj PROTCET THEIR CLOTHES. They do not usually cate how soon they wear out. Consequenlly BOYS' WEAR should be men'i. FOR den-istr- ltoriRer and better We buy the best we can He hai to than find have a . Mel-san- la mm BBlllH THE BOY. suit, then bring him to ui for all wool blue serge, plain or norfolk coat, trousers lined at fS.OO and $7 50, In Caaal nor- men, grey and brown, plain and folk coat ot $3.00, $5.00, $7.50 and $10. Hoya' pantt, any colors, any lire, and piice from 50 cent to $7.00. Boys' shoes, boys' hats, boys' underwear. Boy's hosiery. Bring thtm to us for what they need to wear, f"laatfatfflNHriiiiiH ii' sF 5!BL JKKaCI; HAtlll H. J. McROBERTS. Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. STANFORD, KY. Wed-nesta- USE ALLEN'S F00T-EAS- E The antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes. If you want test and comfort for tired, aching, , swollen, sweating feet, use Aliens Foot Ease. It relieves corns and bunions of all pain and prevents blisters, sore anil cal Ions spots. Just the time for Dancing Parties, Patent Leather Shoes, aud for Breaking in new shoes. It is the gr-- at est comfort discovery of the age. Try it today. Sold everywhere, lie Don't accept any substitute. For FREE trial package, address Allen S. Olmsted, Lc koy. N. Y. KING'S ScIiih)! Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY it a safe, prompt, ef- fective remedy. ' MOUNTAIN kj 40-tf ' closed Friday, May 15th af ter a successful year. A number of our people arc court at Stanford thu week. Revival services arc being held at the Methodist church by Revs, dams and Dtlk. of Missouri. We li"P-- ' 'ha. some good work is being done. Decoration services will be observed at Plcasan Point Baptist church. Sat unlay, May 30th. An interesting pro vtram has been arranged. It witl la?' the entire day. Rev. W. It. Davidson, now of Lexington the former pastor, .vill preacli at 11 o'clock. Onnc an i bring well filled baskets and enjoy the day. W. M. Lane, one of our leading mer chains, is erecting a nice new itore near his residence. Miss Lcona Francis, of Ohio, is spending a few weeks with Iricnds and relatives here. Miss Kate Price, of Pulaski, has een the guest of Miss Grace Thomp son. Prof E. L, Grubbs, of Junction City, was in town a few days ago shaking hands with his many friends.. He will probablytake charge of the High School work here in the Graded School this fall. Miss Clyde Brewer is visiting mends at Cincinnati. Prof. Elmer Wright took the teach ers' examination at Stanford and a first class certificate. He will .racli the Greasy Ridge school. Mrs. F.dmond Murphy has been ill for some time. Mrs, Eliza Lovelace is also sick. Mrs. Catherine Smith, ol Ludlow, is with her sons here. Little Miss Vera Gilliland is the at tractive gm'st of her grandparents at Pleasant Point. Mrs. Dora Bastin anu children, of Eubank, arc with the family of Geo. Rigncy. Ed Rigney and family have moved nto tht residence of John Hart. Mr. Eil Gooch and wife, of Danville, are visiting relatives here altt-ndii- It gives an immediate and grateful tense of relief, checks irritatton and discharge, renders breathing free and restores general comfort. The Rexall Guarantee is given with every purchase of Rexall Catarrh Spray. This means, if it fails to satisfy, every cent paid for it will be returned to you. Complete treatment $1.00. 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 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 Coughed for Three Years "I am a lover of your godsend to humanity and science. Your medicine Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my cough of three ycats standing," says Icnnie Fleming? of New Dover Ohio. Have you an annoying cough? It it stubborn and won't yield to treatment? tict a 5Uc liottle of Ur. King's New Discovery today. What it did for Jennie Fleming it will do foryou. no matter how stubborn or chronic a cough may be. It stops throat and lung trouble or money back. 50c and $1 at vour Re-lief "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. druggist. Don't forget to sec "Robin Hood" at the opera house tonight. HARD COLDS When they first come, the best time to break them up. One standard remedy Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedfMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks- lbs. $2.00 per-10Millfecd to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. 0 FEEDS 0 Slop Hit Sold Ask Your Doctor. for 70 yecaaraa. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK aXtk":' kSaltfluS." HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Ciass Antiseptic Salve ' "Tall It Dr The Ball" BrJImi miUuiui In a few dya. irilH DR. DILL'S A GashftrAccountsandNttis IruM rollcrlli n In iuimIk Our lyitein cell the money. A trial will convituc you. Dank references Write today. It itopa the breedtog at oore. It ate pa awar all otber Berma. II auothea and heals ai aura aa rou u. It. A ttc. boa wht prevent hundreda of doiura of trvuble. Stale. Accounts and Nctct collected and Claimi of all Linda loltrd alter an where in the Unilcd Monuments Colt Futurity THE K. of P. FAIR ASSOCIATION OF LINCOLN .COUNTY WKKE 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 $J00 WILL BE CHARGED. THE ENTRIES WILL POSITIVELY BE CLOSED ON JUNE THE I, J914. ENTRY BLANKS, AND ANY FURTHER INFORMATION DESIRED WILL BE CHEERFULtY FUR NISHED UPON APPLICATION TO D Absolutely No I'linritPH l'n. MAY'S COLLECTION ACENCY TO THE PUBLIC I represent the largest and best made Someriri, Ky, J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY clothing house in this coiin try Ed V Price S. Co., Chicago. III. My experience in measuring and the making of your clothes, Dr Henry Casey gives mc the advantage over one who . is not a practical tailor. If you will give mc your order I will premise you a t'ltiare deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are r.ow ready for your DANVILLE, KY. inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S ITABLH Original Designs and Prompt Service uuaraniccu yuaiitv uonnections at all Orinite end Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hilt Closed on Saturdays Telephone No. 1C4. STANFORD, KY. I. Galls Answinri Promily Day f r Nicht Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office Phone 194; Residence 204 STANFORD, :: I Veterinary Surgeon Dr.JihnCuk.V.S.tD. . W. P. KINCAID, Sec'y Stanford, Kentucky KENTUCKY St. "J JWV V 'a"-','H- f' new; hi !!$:.! iff frm 3731 West Broadway I 'IK I. It My c,-- I I XJXJTHSK IJ Pv i V TM " INTMIOK JOURNAL ITAKrORD, 17ay, a teRal KENTUCKY FRIDAY, MAY 19, iOM. MKARD ABOUT TOWN BAKING POWDER Abmoluimly Farm ROYAL Saturday Is Decoration MMIMMIl Mra. Wilson lloblnon, 744 NcMte SU Toledo, Ohio, holiday and all of the closed as usual, banks will be Whttty Rtsttrtd! writes: I feel like TrtiMMj HERE IS WHAT The People' What ND.-lllark YOU WANT Adver-lis- e ' aMaflaHHaHalKe H rllaMaaaaaaaaaaHafaUaKX Matktt Plate You Have to Sell L. P. Coffman, a well known farmer and democrat, near Shelby City was In town Wednesday and reports ever) thing as dry in that end of the county as it is in this, Oscar Jones, out on the Ottcnhrim pike, ahout six miles, has joined the rapidly increasing; number of automobile owners of this county, having purchased a nifty little Mclz car this week, with self stattcr and other mi proveinents. Judge Lewis I. Walker, of Lnnc.is through Stanford Wednester, day morning , en route home from Frankfort, where he had attended the W. O. Ilradley. funeral of Senator Judge Walker says that the crowd which gathered to pay the last tribute to the Old Roman was the largest Ik evrr saw at a futiral, lap rug. Owner FOL an ch.i hrt it by jlling at I. J. office 4J-- I paying for this ad. 1 '.aaBaaHSk YJkwAWkKffWk ' Th from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIMI PHOSPHATE HUSTONVILLE I he Stanford Tuesday to attend court. was noted turkey ease of this section only Baking PowcUr mad PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mrs. J. C Hays Is out, after quite a Idiik jienc i( illness. Mrs. M. T. Pence, Jr., Is able to be out alter si'trMl (lays' illness. Miss Myrtle Coriiicny of Lancaster, is tlic Kcst of Mrs. N. V. Kimle. Mrs. Mary Penny is visitiiiK lier sister, Mrs. Dave Scott in the country. Miss Muria TarkitiKtott, of Parks-wilis llie ki'1 "I Miss Flounce Carter. Mis l.ucy Wilmot, attractive iLiiikIi-t- r of J. I. Wilmot is ery ill with the panl Quite a number from here went to If-- h rr? Mratlrs. 'IT -.- li'iilj confmeil to bis i!i)s this week. - J. I DmMcrar is able to be out after room several llrackett. of Shelby City, .i - . -- :;:;:r." here and st Gilbert s Criek this week. J, Mrs. John V-- Mrs. T. A. Uicc went to Crab Orchard lliursilay for a visit to Mrs. A. II. Severance at the Siriii(S. Missco MaKKic anil Nellie Allen anil K'olicrta lll.iin, of llitstonville, arc the Kiiests of Miss Klizaheth Sugg. Miss Mary I)ce Kennedy has re- - turncil home after a visit to her father Mr. E. I). Kmneily at Frankfort. Snlucy Dunbar, of the Hubble see tiun, is visiting relatives in Jimtouii, Kussell county, for several weeks. Mr. anil Mrs. Joe Hannah, of Crab Orchard, were here this week attend-suCo'iiiiienceinenl exercise. Aik-lMuses and llellc Mustcll Ikivc returned home from Midway, where they have been attending trhoiil. Miss l.ula Jones returned to Crab 4 Orehird Thursday aftrr spcndiiiK several days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jones. London Ktho. Mr and Mrs tircrley Lutes, ol Turin nvillc, air receiving the eongratula-turn- s over the -- nival of a little dntiiih-te- r at their home on last Thursday night. .vi r .and Mrs. R. F. Turlcy, Mr. ami Mrs (i. I! Turlcy. Jr.. and Mis. O'tnault. of ichuiond, will spend the vitk-cn- d with Mr. and Mrs. K. T. at their home on the Danville pike Miss Maggie StanK. vvho has a lucrative xiitnn wiili the Hustonville Telephone Co., is se ndiiiK a f w days here with her mother, Mrs. Jesie m i the business of the court. Willie Doc Dryc was here Tuesday evening gating tbc boys in line lor court Wednesday. Horn, to the wife of Jesse Numiellcy a fine daughter. She has been named Istilh. Jcmc Is now the proudest man on the head of Frye's Creek. Mr dcorKe McKinncy is back from linnesseee, where she siient the winter wuli her daUKhur, Mrs. How man accompanied her Smith. Mr. Smith Inline and siunt a few days here on a nst heforc lie returned liomc. Mrs. A it McKinncy has been to her bed for several days, hut at picsrut is improving. Mrs. Charie Wlirrici, wlio silffif- 'c it very severe attack of acute is rapidly imprnviiiK and hopes are that she will soon he tilt attain. Her on, Dr. Carl Whectcr, ol l.exing-tot- i was called to her bedside iluring her illness l. M. Ncwlaml, the insurance man 'of .Stanford, was here Friday in the or crest of his business. W. (i. Cowan and Dr. lid. Alcorn 'were ill Stanford Tuesday on business. James Wright, of near Kidd's Store, wlio was thrown from a horse two weeks ago and received a very painful fracture of the shoulder blade, is improving nicely and his many friends liopc to see Mini soon restored 10 ins (tiHid health. Horn, to the wife of V M. Cnipagr, I ii.p mud son. A. II. Mel'erou, formerly of Ml. Vernon, left last week for Somerset after a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Cliil-dcon-ll.ie- d r. IK in v Hester ha been laid up at his home on th Lancaster pike for siicral lays with an injitn to his back, which was cniis-.by a fall from a wagon several days ago. Mr. Hester is one of lite best known democrats and far uiers in the county and his h.ist of fin nils hope that lie will soon be on his feet again. (ienrge I). Hopper is at home from Mltnforilsvillr, where lie was supcrin indent of the graded and high school for the past term and where he made a splendid record, it being his first charge since graduating from Central Cnivcrsitj. Prof Hopper has been reelected for another term, which shows that he "made good" as his many friends at home who know of the alnli- -' 'his splendid young man, knew he would, and Prescoil Sitiire Win. Field lirown went to ll.wel Patch Wednesday to join the camping and fishing party whir" b.i been "ti Rockcastle er for the past week having the time ot (lit ii n. t in tue intiicii are Henry. John and Marion Fields, RaySampson, W. Ci. (iooch and H. L. mond Ilurdette, of Ilurgin. The largest fish caught so far was a five and a half Miuml salmoin, 20 inches in length which Marion Fields hooked early in the week. j . ' new person. I have no heavy more feelings, no morn pain, don't belrh up cas, can tat most anything without It hurtlnc mo. I BaaaaaaaaBBBk1 wont to bo working all BBsW'-?i'MMWE. ..: JBTy l the time. I hava gained twenty - four pounds. "People that Boo mo now Mrs. Wilton Robiion. and aaw mo two months airo seen I tell thrm Perun dnl nslonlshfd. It. I will sny It Is the only remedy for Aprlnrr and nil othor nllmrnta," No argument Is needed for I'cruna, Just net n hottlo and try It. If you have catarrh of tho stomach yo:i have n serious trouble, ii you wane to find a remedy It would be very cany to make tho experiment. Ilefore you have tnken Poruna a week you will likely flml yourself better, then yo'i will need no testimonials on the pait of other people, or arguments to convince you. Until you try reran.i, however, all the tcstlrrionlals In thl world and arguments, however log- leal, will not move you. Just ono trial of Peruna will convince you. 'Persona who object to liquid medicinal can now .obtain Ptruna Tablets. a .h.'' - k M . RRS aijjjjjjji dnaBBaHrflH&y aHBaK) WILL break horses to ride and drive ijentlc. Charges reasonable. Thus, Hacklcy, Stanford, Ny., Koutc 1. I ml & Insure vour oronerlv v,lh Bromlev Bromlrv. Stanford. Kv. molnrri !(. W Kcmte H-i awl'' . t.wrj C VI t. In.li-iV Dishnn. Stanford. 8a-- I. Phone BaVPH'i in refreshment, 3 i Graduation presents at Muellers' iewelrv store. me, telephone me, come and me about your house, carriages, and automobile painting. Paper hanging a specialty. Shop on West Main street J J. Telephone in residence, No, Ky. ilcblen,- - Stanford, WKITh see wT)rinkspgip I it answers every beverage 6-- 29-t- BEE LICK .!. Stage QPKf I nd Kraml ilaiiKhter, Miss Nadine McClure, of Cialt Orchard, arc the Kiiests of Mr. Tom (iiH)ile and KrandiljiiKhtrr. Mi MarKuerile McClure Mrs. J. II CoekiiiK. Mrs. M it''. Arthur Coffey and Miss Margery looking, of McKinncy. attended the Comincncenii-nexercises here Wednesday evening. Kerr, traveling salesman for il. I. millinery home, Vatter-L)iithe of IjitiiMvillr. was here Thursday ca'ling on the different milliners with his complete li.ie of fall guoiK Mrs I. F Jones, of Crab Orchard, after iprmlmi; a few days with the tamiK of Mr and Mrs. 'J. K Jones, lili the lirt of ibe week for to spend a few day with her parints. Mr and Mrs, James 11 Porter Loudon lcho, N .i V McOtirr . t n, Port-eislii- West Sharp to liuhunks the first of the 'trek in the interest of the land deal li.nl made by McCormack a ti'at sliort time ago. Jntlut Lincoln Wells, of Casey coiin-- l Wrfs here the first of the Wiek on business Little Jesse KiMc crkliratcd his Ulh hiitlulay on Saturday evening of the Ibth. Ahout tliirtv of his friends were pusent and all en lined a very delightp ful tihe. Those who assisted in were Misses Maggie and Nellie- llcn and Lelia Jones. Several of lis oldir friends were present they Mr Jesse Kn'fc and diiittiiter. Mr. Curditte Powell. Miss Martha Tucker. Mrs. Will Kiftc and Di. P.ar xrr. it !eing the Dr's birthday too. V II Dillio.i, of Liberty, motored Ihi'iugh here Tuesday to Danville with d. n Ctihons, where he went to have an operation oerfonncil. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. liliza Moore and Drs. Sweeney and Wesley-Hstood the trip fin: and his daughter Mrs, hlira Moore remained with him lor a few days. Koy and Oliver Singleton, of Wayncj-httrwere the guel of Mr. and Mrs. A. I Foster Sunday. Judge K. J. llrcckinridgc, of Danville, passed through here Tuesday from L'berty. where he had been for two weeks on a visit to friends and had taken a much needed rest. Mrs. Smith Powell is still very ill at her home. Col. 1.. C. Hopper has been in Loins-vill- c for the past week and is expected home the last of the week Wallace Steele of the Rolling Fork action. wa up Tuesday after a very Mck spell and is looking well. Dr. O. S. Williams. James Hail and I indsry Realhcrford were motored to laliam Springs last Sunday in Dr. William's car. Charlie Morris, of May wood, was Wednesday seeing after the interest of nam) and organ tuning. He is said to le an expert tuner. Lots of HiiatK's plants at D W i)uun's. a Irt-r- n enter-laiinnlic-in- g fling trip '". McCormack and T. P. Lads made Mrs. David Proctor is very sick Mr. A. I. Scott has been on the sick lit. lul is belter at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Proctor Ime been visitinu their grandmother, Mrs, Albright at Rrohead. Morn Taylar visited the fair sex at Spiro a few days last week. M'. Steve Proctor, of Quail, Imjiccn visiting his brother-iu-laJohn Stringer at this place. W M. Scoit was in Crab Orchard a Charley Ha; den, the popular railway mail clerk, with headquarters at sliort time, ago on business. the Tenth street station at Louisville, Dr II It. Isaccs had a fine was lure thi week visiting his uncle old hore to die Tuesday. The horse Cd. Joseph Coffey and family, and lived about two hours alter take i h.iking hand with his host of friends SICK. Mr. Ilavden say a! Ins old home. M. A. Owens spent the night with that from what he can hear m Louis- Jacob Kldcr at Ilrodhead one night last into weik. ville nud from people coming K. J. Owens is through i.tti. tit,, frit, ..ill ii, ill,, at',,,. lt,.l? planting ham will get mure vole. in the senator- corn. ial tmninri on Aiititt Kit tlt.'iu bolh Miss Dcsie Cah. of Brodlicatl. is Siail'ey and McCreary combined. viiting her brother, John this week. John Stringer, lr was in Itroillica I Mis Mary Tracey. the very effiei-tn- t a few day ago in business. and accompli hed official court teuographer, has been in Stanford all A VALUABLE SUGGESTION week in attendance upon the sessions of court, making the trip over from Important To Everyone Danville each morning with Common wealth's Attorney Ii. V. Puryear atiil Il i now conceded by physical!-tha- t odors lawyer who have buines in more attenkidii?y hnuld the local temple of justice. Judge C. V tion as thc control have other organs the Hardin made the trip ocr from liar to a remarkable degree and do a tre'odbttrg Monday in his Mcli car, but mendous amount of work in removing is stopping at the St Vsaph Hotel this the K)ions and waste matter from ;la week. system by filtering the blood. During months especially story of the when we the winter The first rattlesnake live an indoor life, the kidacn wa brought to town Thurs- neys siiould receive some assistance day by James Sluder, of the (iencva whin needed, as we take less exercise, u'ction, until of McKinncy. Mr. Slu- drink less water and often eat more der killed a erpanl, ol that venomous rich heavy food, thereby forcing the varietv at his home this week that had kidneys to do more work than Nature II Kittle, and a billion. So far the 1. intended. Flvidence of kidney trouble octtm siiih as lame back, annoving bladder I.'s jtond friend, Martin Huff with hi troubles, smarting or burning, hrick-dulias failed to ocme across pring snake story and his titua! or sediment, allovv complexion, friend in town arc expecting one ev- rluumatism. may le weak or irregular ery dav. Charley Drown says that Mr. heart action, warns you that vonr Soctun is trying so hard to get marrequire help immediately to avoid ried that he' hasn't any time to hunt more serious trouble. naki tin Miring, but Mr. Yocuin Manv nlivsictiMi claim that an herb il vigorously dcilie the soft impeach medicine containing no mineralor uieiit. prates ha the mot healing influtiu-s- . An ideal herbal compound that has had A Stubborn Cough is Wearing and Risk most remarkable success as a kttliu v Letting a stubborn cough "hang on" and bladder remedy is Dr. Kilmer's in the spring is riky. Foley's Honey bwamp-Koo- t. heals raw intlamed & tar ComiKumd ou may receive a sample bottle of surfaces in the throat and bronhciat Swamp-Koo- t by Parcel Pot. Address tubes makes sore, weak spots sound Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghaniton. N ' , and whole stops stubborn, tearing anil enclose ten cents; also mention the cough. Refuse substitutes. For sale Stanford Interior Journy all druggists. nal. six-yr1 --N. -t l..d-luSemi-Weekl- y 42-4- .1 MT. MOKIA11 many friends of Mrs. Alvin Ciooch nave tier a surpric birthday dimier Mimlay. There were anotit eighty present aim all had a deltght- Itll tlllL Miss Annie Wright returned home re- from Cincinnati Sunday. M..-1- -. Mi!. Turner and lames Ttt- or, of Paint Lick, visited Mr. and Mrs. vim, vigor, Warmth last week. llatigh had the misfortune Mr. Craig to lose his homo last week by fire. M Partly insured. Willie (ierkey and John Ilcrry have returned home from Lexington, where thev have been at work. iV.cle Johnnie Uogie is spending a few days with relatives at Kcwlond. L Dctntod the penuln by full name Uorn, to the wile of Sherman k Nicknamca encourage tubttitution. son has a little boy, also a little of Mr. and Mrs. aimed at the home W. C. Young. COMPANY THE COCA-COLMiss Orithia Warficld came home ATLANTA, GA. from Louisville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fdd Terry and chil Vnttitrrr you ace an dren, of Ncal's Creek, spent a few Arrow think days with relatives bcre last week. . of Coca-CoMr. and MTs. H. H. Hatfield attend ed church at King's Mountain Sun day. Fred Young, of Lancaster, is visit ing his grandparents, Mr. and .drs. $J per setting of 15 Fawn and White Indian Runner Duck eggs, $1.00 Alfred Uaugh. per 15. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. John Meiers is very ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Oaks, of Lancaster, spent a few days last week with her parents here last week. Mr John Hutchinson has returned to his home at Covington. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wright and son, Alvin spent Sunday in Cincinnati. W. G. Acton is teaching a singing school at Mt. Moriah. Kcv. . M. Long purchased a new buggy Saturday. I here will be decoration services at Mt. Mo'iah Saturday at 10 A. M. Cftinic Hays, of Ohio, is here with Mr. Mrs. Harmon Hatfield Isaac Salem and wife, of Stanford, passed through here Saturday en route to Pleasant Point. Mrs. Cyrus Jenkins visited relatives at King's Mountains a few days ago. The quirement wholesomeness. It will satisfy you, A M War-fiel- d, IEv BlilHv j. KSSini w3&MJI la "MF? S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. E. Buy Your Spring Suit of Sick? child, with coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep, eats sometimes very little, then again ravenously- ; stomach sour, breath fetid; pains in stomach, with diarrhoea; grinds teeth while asleep, and starts nrv with terror all suggest a Worm Killer something that expels, works, and almost every child has them, Kick-apo- o Worm Killer is needed. Get a box today. Start at once. You won't have to coax, as Kickapoo Worm Killer is a candy confection. Kxpels the Worms, the cause of your child's trouble. 25c at your druggists . A cross, peevish, listless Child Cross? Feverish? J. F. Cummins AT COST BROWN AND OLIVER Walking and Riding Cultivators zens of the Mitchellsbtirg section, died at his home south of Mitchellsbtirg, Monday after a brief illness of acute wa Hright's disease. Mr. Harmon about 48 vears old and was' a splendid laid to gentleman. His remains were rest in the cemetery at Parksville on Tuesday, after funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. K. McClure. Hardin Harmon Dies in Boyle Hardin Harmon, one of the best citi- at W. il Hig'g'ins L McKlNNEY Misjcs Mary Dee anil Lena Heck uve returned home after a visit to 'torhitt. Mis Ptith Tanner has returned home iftcr an extended visit to Junction 'ilv and Pineville. H. C. Nunncllcy. of WinchcMcr, i visiting the Tanner (amity here. n Several from here attended the cNcrcic at Stanford thi week. leceived letter beie IihFlietid rout Dr. Singleton, stating that he will the 10th of June. Dr e home alout singleton ha been in New York Ot aking a course in surgical work. I In re will be preaching at the Chris-m- p and Sunday morning church e cnillg. society I ne F'ndeavor Christian las a large attendance. Seventy eight roll-caon last Sun-ia- y nswercd to the night. This is one of the larget ociciies in the county, for the sue of he town and they are doing a splendid work. The Hustonville Telephone Co., will nstall a switch boaru here and open ,p a telephone exchange here, wnne-hin- g this town has needed badly for .ears nil account of such a Heavy This will give the old subscribers ultei service and give others a chanci ai Irivc telephone service too. Mrs. Walter (iooch, of Cincinnati, is visiting her mother, if Cincinnati, Mrs. Kate Coffey at this place and her isters Mcsdamcs Martin at Turners villc. The members of the McKinncy hristian church, will give a straw- crry and ice cream supper in J. A. Ilutlcr's yard on Saturday night. This There will ,s for you and everybody. e gooil music furnished by the hand oys. who are fully capable of giving lie best musical concerts that can be iven. ihuission to this big supper and Miccrt will be 25 cents. Come and iave a good time and help a good ctuc Supper served about eight o'clock. grail-ratioll husi-nevs. QUAIL Have not seen any Quail items in the J., for omc time, thought I would try and come forth again. Mrs. Mary Proctor, who has that moit dreaded disease, tuberculosis, is verv low at this issue. W. II. Proctor is in a very critical ondition with something like catarrh. W. A Owens is teaching a singing eh'jol U Providenc:. . Mrs. David Proctor continues ill. Itnin. to the wife of Wm Taylor, a little daughter. Fred lllae. of Tainpico, Mexico, who has a lucrative position with an oil company, ha been here visiting his sister. "Mrs. Mont Cordial. Mr. lllazi CNpects to return to Mexico as soon as ie is called. H. V. Cupp. of Kemp, III., will hold i protracted meeting at Providence the first Sunday in August, liverylwmy in iled to attend. Mrs. Mary lirown and son, Pics, art is.tnig relatives in Cr.iwtordsvillc. ml., for a few weeks, Mrs, Jacob lildcr and sons, win have been visiting her children, at this ,dace and at liubank, has returned home II. 11. Isaacs attended the singing at Pcovidcnce Sunday. J. K, Taylor and J. M Reynolds, the hustling merchants, say they are getting a splendid trade. Ii. II. Ilerrin is doing some carpentering in Mt. Vernon. Wedding bells will ring soon in this section. who planted their corn Farmers earlv, are having to reiilant it family and Amos Nelson Sparks and Cordail attended meeting at Liberty by fiieir pastor. Sunday conducted Rev. llrock. Lucie David Stringer, oT the Iltick reek section, died Sunday of of old age Tire remains were in Monday m the Thompson cemvcrrc.lasi etery to await the call of the ireat Day. I. infir-nitics - GREAT DISCOVERY KUYKENDALL'S GREASELESS LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY Certainly docs cure any and all itching Skin Troubles such as Fczeina, Tetter, Ring Worm, Poison Oak, Itch. Fever Blisters, Frost liites. Chicken Pox. Prickley Heat, Nettle Rash and Old Stubborn Sores thought to he Cancers. Gives instant relief and cures phvsicians fail. TRY ONIi HOTTLIi, ON SALE AT New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford. lid Tanner, McKinney, Ky. Hustonville, Ky. Chas. Adams Thompson Drug Co., King's Mt'n. Drug Co., Wayncsburg. Caldwell CO EATMAN MANUFACTURING GRENADA, MISS. I? Thi Bonnie Bride Miss ItCrtlia Mice West of limcMon City, anl Koberi II Tharp il I ouis- ill, wen1 married Wrilnisd.iv at the Papiist tliurcli p.ironai.e in lianville The I'liinvmv was pe mimed ly Di look Tin wedding was u Co r,t:itt a'.'atr. on'v ; .'tvr f tl'rir nn irtnuale friends a. id relatives being Mrs. notified of their intentions. Tharp is the daughter ofMr. and Mr. K II. West, of liinction Ci'y, and, is one of the most charming and attractive young ladies in Hoylc county. Mr. Tharp is a voting business man of Louisville. After the ceremony the duple 'eft fi r a bridal lour, uftir wlucii they will h? at home to their friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs Wet were the tecipiints of manv lianilsoin. pres rnti. The fair bride has many warm friends in Lincoln who will wish her eery happiness. 1 Hands and Feet Due to Kidney Trouble Your kidneys need help w'icn youi hands and feet thicken, iuell up. and vou feel dull and sluggish Take Foley Kidnev Pills. They are tonic stimulating and strengthening and restore you Sidney to healthy normal action. 'Try hem. For sa'e by all druggists. Feeling-Swolle- n Dull We also have a New Rider for level and hillside plowing. Something new. Try one. W Stops falling Hair Hall's Hair Ronewer certainly stops falling hair. No doubt about it whatever. You will Burolv bo satisfied. Webb Maitin The Paris Kentuckiaii-Citizehas the following which i of much i"tercl here ;ls the groom-lo-is a former Lincoln county young man and has a Jiere- Mr. ami Mrs host of friend ames T llonta, of Perry villc, have the engagement of their niece Miss Sarah Francis Webb, to Mr F'r nest Martin, of Paris. No date for the wedding has been announced. Miss Webb is a daughter of Mr. Webb, of ..otitsville, and since tue death ol her notlicr sevcrat years has made her mine with Mr. and Mrs. llonta. has been a studeu! in llourlum College, for the past 'four years, a member of the Junior Class of UM. She is pretty and attractive, and M)itlar young lady. Mr. Mari most in is a well know- young business man if Paris, being the junior member of he firm of Martin Bros., who conduct a livery stable on Kighth street. He is member of the llottrbon Fiscal Court, icing the Magistrate Irom Paris t. He is capable and deserving and most Hpuiar gentleman. u - 11 I Cream Freezers Picks VT Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. ;) Dr ippiii? Springs GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky bc-'ii- g - The famous summer resort is now open for season and newly furnished. I will be in position to give guests first class treatment, first class, fair and good accommodations A first class livery and feed stable in connection. Rates reasonable. Pertons desiring rates will please write me at Crab Orchard, Ky. JOHN D. WILSON, Prop. UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. V. D. pre-mc- New Goods Display DRUGGETS, MATTINGS, NEW SHADES, WINDOW RUGS, WALL PAPER AND EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE HOME COZY AND ATTRACTIVE. COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE UEFORE BUYING. G. B. PRUITT. . - Morelantl. Ky. and Porousknit CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Sure Death to Lice if mites all vermin and disease germs you use W. E. PERKINS, Sic and 50o A great money saver. Louay hens cannot lay neither can lousy chicks grow. PrtlU Poultry fUiuUtor U lbs best tonlostutiUvrluplnK hlp. l'kK. Vx. ft. U'. It UU; W lb. Iil UW. iUfuM ubttltutMi Insut on lYntu. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back 2nltry llwk 8 Gtt lyatU ItO For sale by New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford, Kentucky. AMi. !'. !. Uavi & Son, .Stanford. Kentucky, pfgtis, Powdered Lice Killer MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES Can Not and Do Not Touch the Uver They may clear out tho intestinal tract, p but do not relievo tho dammtd-u-called bilo. Years ago MuyApnlort bilo starter. a laal-reaowa It krfi'ml tearfully, but brouubt out tho bilo. IViloiibyllln with tho crljw taken out is now to be bad under tfio nam Thy WEAK LUNGS? J. L. Beazley & Co., AK I J. C. M'CIary w " you have white When you invest your money in HIS- tllWtWMftl.UU M..V. mmlM o itivfvfivr I OH Will fcCl IIIIU1 lll tnnw.' 1 L'liarantcc to nlcasc you. Send in your order now uhtti at irJ , . i .7;;; ic; Will cive a discount on 100 ecu lots. i Have a few cockerels at f J each. I.. W. Cunthff, Liberty, Ky. Eggs. White Plymouth Rock Rock liggs, Hlymoiith my cS.T ,. k - mrnm The toll of tuberculosis is claiming more than 350 victims every daj," in tl L'nlted States, yet few realize their gr condition until the critical period nrri" Overwork, worry, weakness aftvr ( ness, catarrh, bronchitis, tender throat til exert the weakening inlluvuce tl invites consumption. To guard against consumption, th". sands of people take Scott's MiiiuUiou ah its rich medicinal tumrUl. meals ment strengthens the lungs, puts vigor in llie blood, and upbuilds strength turcsii-- t tuberculosis. So "'slttuulsloiilsuaturu'tl fUeii;tu-bui!dc- t Ufiue substitute Mi MfiM, iBFttStBlWUt. ? . -.- RICHMOND. KY. JUrl Q II II lib cn00' 'cr Teachers rMJtJl 1L.I l.l.'Mlltt.t'4 US M.l. V"HElaHaV 'Y tife.w. ! v.ti u a iviw i'U' Id, Ua - ktwiCevm.ku.in, Rtll. Mii.fc T. wi J HIBHsssSMa? '.l''"''f-!.Vlti MttlHkMl. Carh i kFlI luaaa IliDERTAKER AND EMBALMEr P qs. Furm multure Mattliuj, lure Exchanged (or all Kinds -Of Stock. STANFORD. KY PHONE 42 aHl MallaHaaaaV JAJ aja ma leule lu UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED Lc"'k""r'"N rrtT. rail-Il- l, j. .. tvlli riUtlKB. J ! Office PhaM IS7. Hmm TUm 3i fibrin.' STANFORD. KENTUCKY. . JBW - .JVl '5 $t m I W ";,..u, - ' . . I International Harvester I Oil and Gas Engines - V ..v.' THE v i;. IffTIRMI JOVIffAl, tTAWrOIB. MMTtfCKY. FRIDAY, MAT M, 114, PAM AHfllTtCK llCWt TRY our hand totucco setter, for 42-- 2 drv weather. W. II. Higgins, FOR SALK. Two lersey sows and one Jersey bull ready lor service. G. T, AshiocW, Rowland, Ky. Mp FOR SAI.li. Thirteen pure-bre- d Duroc sows, now wcaninn first litters. Two frch Jersey cows. A. W. Carpen4Jtf. ter. Moreland, Ky. FOR SAl.K. Snlcndid small farm, (it acres, 1 miles (rum Lancaster, Ky.. m Lancaster school district, hor address Miner Herring k I Particulars U. Nn. 1 Crab Orchard, or i.im L 37-- 8 Waco, Texas. Orand. We arc in the TO Till; FARMLRS. firm viool business for the of Springfield Woolen Mill Company, tciui., mum viiii ifij oi opniiKiii'iu. highest prices for same. Wc want your trade See us before )ou sell. J. I). Kails & Son, Alfred, Stanford, Ky. Morris Itcrrv. out on Route X dd to I. UaMui. a fine milk cow for $10. Fount I'rivctt, of near Ccncya, sold to Iienrv l.uctn. a young nciicr tor well-know- n I s j- - lAGLeeitsaLVE 001 KM WC CYtS-MW (US WHY JSitGIiK watery, wMlni EYEMr y Sktak that IBva fm ar nalaralT IH BBLBaKaVak aA4 taiaaav aahAM -' iMilSSrr m,Merf'r.tl.M--x-r.ll JrH lbbi sbmv KAWI.iTkTRIIAI.VK Kacto Kyva ayaia. aa yaa ka Virv -- T- .B!rffaPKKpj Kite Blight or Pear Blight the apple tree. Nearly every pear and time apple orchard at the present shows indications of the presence of .his disease. The leaves are turning brown, especially at the ends ot the new growth, and they stand out in sharp contrast to the surrounding green foliage. When first noticed, only a tip of a branch appears to be infest d, but if left undistrubed soon the whole limb and even the trunk ot the tree will be infested. Illiuht is caused bv a minute verm or organism that lives during the dor mant scasorrin cankers, resulting Horn infection the previous easnti. In order to properly control this disease it is necessary that the orchardist be able to recosnizc these holdover cankers be cause if every hr,!.!,ci linker could be disposed ol lictorc the sap starts to How in the spring the discac would be eradicated. The presence of the canker is usually indicated by the appearance ol the bark. Umlci ordinary conditions there is a sharp line of demarcation separating thi dead tissue from the health) In manv instances the bark is broken due to the contracting of the Mliround- ing tissues. I ins Is espeeialh notice alile around fruit spurs ami wate r spurts on the larucr Minos where the cankers are more apt to be found. As soon as the starts to flow in the spring, a syrupy CMiilate contain mg the genm is given out I rum cankers. This exudate srves to attract bees and other insects and later on they fly to nearby blossoms and broken bark tissues spreading the disease as they travel. The germs multiply very rapidly and in a short time the leaves turrouuding the bios. some amiiwigs uegin loiuc.urauuai-it works down to the lamer limbs. often spreading at the rate of a foot a day. The disease appears to spread more rapidly on pears and quinces than on apples. On the apple it is often termed "twig blight" because usually only the younger twigs seem to be affected and not the larger branches. Since the trouble is under the bark-i- t becomes apparent at once that no external application in the form of a spray can be applied. The most logical thing to do is to cut out the cankers where it winters over. The orchard should be inspected carefully several times and all suspicious areas ot any kind should be cut in order to be safe. i rumng uunng ine summer is also a good plan but it is not as practical as winter pruning, it a large limb is removed the cut should lie made several inches below the dead area in order to avoid any chance of further infection. For the ends of branches the long handled pruning shears arc very effective. Alwavs burn the diseased limbs as soon as they are cut. The trees should be gone over week at least and in many cases more often in order to di- J. H. CARMONV. Assistant Horticulturist. Kentucky Agricultural F.x. pcriment Station. n tC7- - TblHCLiM mm am hat MCHIKU . , S'SS'SS S I ! mi the diseases Fire blight is one the most serious of attacking the pear and RMrrf Htvfrt tarlMSm CeKVACHINU i, rKitrt C.hlraUr, should be cared (or and a dozen years or more from now it will still be working for It' will save yon and your family e ndless hours of liard labor in pumping, sawing, grinding, spraying, running separator, etc Buy in I li C engine. They last longer, burn less fuel, are simpler, and give you most power. Here are a few of thereasons: Olfset cylinder Leads, largo valves, accurately grourd piston aud rings, heavy drop forged crank shafts and connecting rods, etc. Ucst material and construction mean the best engine. I H C engines are built in all styles, P. They operate and in all sizes from 1 to 50-on low and high grade fuels. Not every local dealer handles IHC engines. Tim on who does h a good man to know. If you do not know who he is, we will tell you when you writo us for catalogues. International Harvester BUY an take care of it as any machine 5FrzzZz2'Zi- ks Liw if FW- Kl" fy-- s t CMttn T1LLACI fW. irta.TMtk. HlMlluim Cdiliira Oil UNCIAL VM 0"! 4 Cu ftf-- n ,t Tradm art Ctm Uttnftt mwl Fimlvw M.tw Trickt Tfcrwfcw, MCmin Kafft&Mtn Safer TwtM CniaDrfli IatenutioB&I Harvester Company of America New Albany Cktafloa Dnrhf llacwseretril McConnick Ind. Oilers. KatM Hue Public Sale House and Lot. AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF MRS. E CEASED, I WILL OFFER FOR SALE HIGGINS, DE- Monday, June 8, 74 A DOOR, AT 2 P. M., IN FRONT OF THE COURTHOUSE HOUSE AND LOT ON WEST MAIN STREET NOW OCCUPIED BOUNDED ON THE EAST BY MISS BESSIE RICHARDS; AND SOUTH BY M D. ELMORE, 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 TOWN, TO THE CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, ETC. THE RESIDENCE HAS FOUR ROOMS, A BACK PORCH AND A GOOD CELLAR POSSESSION GIVEN AUG. 1, 1914 OR SOONER IF VACATED. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. W. H. Higgins Exor. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. Don't Fail To Get Your Share of the BARGAINS SATURDAY AT L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. is the one place you will most enjoy W. V. Walls, several miles south of Hnstoiivillo InuikIiI a horse of li. J. Tanner, of McKinnc) for $45. I (I. Hustle, a farmer out on Crab Orchard pike, sold to J. T. Kigsby on Crab Orchard pike eighteen yearlings last wick. Henry llatighman, of near Moreland. sold to a Garrard county party a very fine Shorthorn bull for $I5U. IK delivered him at Rowland. Starling Gtecn ol Richmond, sold Mondav to Eversole tiros., of Oltovva. Canada, his five vcar old ba combined saddle and harness gelding for $250. I II Hustle, out on Route 4. bouuht hi V. R. Smith, and G. M. Smith fifbogs at seven and a teen lia.f cents. W II. Curtice, the pioneer Hereford cattle breeder of Shelby county, has M.ld lt Col. V.. 11. Tavlor. of Frankbull, lleait fort. : two-- ) car-ol- d . for fU.IM). This is said to ti .ii. be tin Ii'iihest'nricc ever paid in Ameri- la fcr a hull of this breed. Phelps Cobb, of near MeCormack's chinch, delivered a fine Shorthorn bull calf, eight months old at Htistoitvillc Tuesday to A. Kcynicr-soof the Rolling Fork section for $100. He was a very fine calf and the present owner can be proud of having secured such a fine animal. T Tucker Kot back early in the week from Lafollcttc, Teen., where be bought a couple of loads of grass cattle and a couple of sheep, which he will put out while the grazing is good. Mr. fucker liouubt them from R. A. Slurp, a well known cattle dealer of that section. J. C. Kubatiks bought a beef from James Meredith, of the section, last week for which he paid seven and a half Cents a pound. Mr. F.ubanks put him on grass with about two score others which he has in nice shape for the fall market. McKee Ilros.. of crsailtcs, shipped d of last week to Georgia, a, Duroc-Jcrc- y hogs. "We pedigreed eai.'t breed enough Defender boars to supply the demand, said Jim McKee. They cet over $50 for every boar pig by Defender. In one riay last week they leceivcd orders aggregating $1,350. The Supreme Court of the L. S. mulcted the L. & N. railroad for $15.- 000 this week. It dismissed for want of jurisdiction against the plea in error of the railroad auainst Cateby Woodford and John T. Ireland, whose carload of race horses en route from Lexington to Juarez were burned. The lower court awarded the horsemen $15,000, which the Suureme Court sustained. Rupley and Webb, the Parksville stockmen, bought of Joe W. Irvine, o' t'oyic. 54 lamhs. averaging 8Z pounas at 7 4 cents per pound, and fifty sheep at three to four cents a pound: R. A. Purdom five lambs, averaging 96 cents a pound; ot Jor-do- n lieunus at Carpenter, 13 lambs averaging 75 Kunds at six and eight cents a pound; of other parties small lots of sheep at inree and lour cents per pound. M. I.. Brown, of Cincinnati, last week bought of Clarence Lebus, 299 head of extra sloppers averaging 1,180 (lounds at $7.65 straight. They were weighed in at Cynthiana and were said to be high in quality. They were bought for the Ualtimo're market. The fact that an offer from another buyer of $(37 for fifty head of corn cattle was refused was construed as evidence that Mr. Leilus is optimistic regarding the cattle market. Lexington Herald. i Voltaire 55,140 NRlllamBVS3&tJft?Jfi r j. ,".' T M ly IHHPSa?5ia'fe4Mr' jl-- .l . VOLTAIRE, Nevin Carter's great Percheron stallion has proven to be one of the best breeding horses in the state. He has made three seasons here and has never gotten a mean colt. Bring some of your best mares to him before the sea son closes. great Thanhoitscr opera house tonight picture at d the n. Eggs! Eggs!! Egg!!! Single Comb White Lghorns, Iliac k OrtiiiiRton, While Hocks and Illue Indian Kunner and Wild Mallard Ducks. Wc have finest Andalusian. ever owned, and are in a position to furnish ckks that will hatch winpromptly ners and lavers. Send orders ahead if von want crcs delivered KgK from prirc niatuiK $5.00. $4.00. J00, $2110 and $1.00 per fifteen. We can spare several nice S. C White Leghorn cockerels at $5.00 each if taken LOMBARDY HEIGHTS POULTRY FARM at once. Jno O. Reid, Prep, Stanford, Ky. mat-ins's Two Great Stallions Standing at Kustonville i will stand the Iwo great draft horses WATZMAN and FRENCH for the season Of 1914 at my farm near Hustonville, at the low sum of $10 each to insure a living colt. W'atrman h an imported German coach horse. He sold for $3,000 originally. 1 have used him two seasons and his colts show for themselves what iie can do, all coining large size and with lots of style. His colts show too well what he docs, o need an extended description. French i a Percheron. and a Com0 pany horse originally and sold tor I Uuight him in Mrtcalf county. M'hcre he has done splendid work in the stud. He produces splendid colts, '1J ali ftttii tint lii 1 utt ft!. lun and shape. He will attract attention j anywhere and is the kind of a breeder . . owners ot mares are looking tor. Me weighs 1,800 pounds and gets cults like him I also have two or three fine, big mule bleeding jacks which I will also stand at $12 and $10. 1 J t MAPLES The beautiful old home of Capt. T. A. situated two miles from Lancaster, on the Stanford and Lancaster turnpike, will be sold at public sale, Tuesday, June 9th, at 2 o'clock. This place contains 250 acres of productive land, 175 acres now in young grass and blue grass, 75 acres now in corn and tobacco. The farm is well improved, well fenced and well watered. A new tobacco barn, with galvanized roof; stock barns and all necessary outbuildings. The frame house is in convenience, contains eight rooms, modern metal roof, two halls, two porches, the front porch being of cement and 36 feet long, cement walks and beautiful driveway through a lawn of two acres, shaded with 100 trees, water maples, red bud maples and sugar trees. This is one of the most beautiful homes in Central Kentucky and only fifteen minutes' drive from the city with a $40,000 graded school. On account of failing health and advancing age, the sale is absolute. Persons from a distance desiring to look at same, will be met at train at any time, day or night, and all such persons arc especially invited. Possession given any time and terms will be liberal to suit purchaser. T. A. ELKIN, Lancaster, Ky. 10-acre El-ki- n, car-loa- J K. Baughman, Hustonville, Ky. Samson two-stor- y J-- jh LIVE IN THE OPEN TENNIS HUNTING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING COLF V OTHER NOTED RESORTS Headertoaville, Waynesville, Hot Spring, Tyron. Brevard. Saluda. Flat Rork MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Lake Toxaway SOUTHERN RAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH P. A. Louisville. Ky. tocsl Far f urtW MecmUoD B. H. Todd. D. Some Beef, This One Down in Kurcfca. Greenwood county. Has., thev arc laying claims to distinction because of a 3.000.pound, Shorthorn street they arc says the Kansas City" Star Thev are still raising him because litis still growing and taking on weight. II I). Hoar, who owns Hurcka's Pride, the huge steer, said the animal weighed 1,900 pounds as a three-- v ear-ol- d He still has the livelv action and strong appetite of a calf. Kureka's Pride is a high grade Shorthorn and was born in Grcenwod county. His dam was a 1.60O pound cow and his sire weighed 2,000 pounds. None of his brothers or sisters was of more than ordinary size. Here are Kureka's Pride's measurements. May 8. Height, 5 feet 8 inches. From Ixxly to ground. 2 feet 1 inch. Depth of body. 3 feet 7 inches. Heart girth. 9 feet 3 inches. Flank girth. 10 feet. Girth at middle, III fret 6 inches. Length, poll to tail head. 8 feet 10 niches. 14 feet Lenuth uoe (o tip of tail 10 inches. Foreleg circumference at body, 2 feet 6 inches. ld rai-ni- g. Registered Percheron Stallion 78868 This is a splendid type of the breed. P.lack with star in forehead. Foaled May 25th. 1910. SIRH-T-Th- e ureal Percheron horse. Dropped Dead at London Bowling Pjvnlcr. a veteran of the Sam, 25055 (54608) an imported horse Civil War. seventv-s- i vears of act. fell trom Prance, a winner at the Internadead at the heme 'his son, W. II tional at Chicago; also twice winner at Virginia State l oyut it Lcmiii.i Tbt.isday afternoon at 2450 pounds. Fair, tipping the scales at J o'clock Ho had been suffering DAM. Mason Girl, Registry No. iroih uitlima tor ycr 48989. A beautiful black mare weighIt is all right to marry in haste. But ing 1800. make the season He will at my farm you won't pay your bills that way afat Knoblick Station, Lincoln county ter the Honeymoon. better known as the "Sovvell Givcns farm,' at JUDGE FOR YOURSELF '$10 to Insure a Living Foal Money due when colt is foaled, mare traded or removed from county. Which is Better Try an Experiment Care taken to prevent accidents, but Or Profit by a Stanford not responsible .should anv occur. Citizen's Experience E. G. BICKLEY Phone 671. Danville. Ky Something new is an experiment. Alusl I c provid tc bi as represented. Tin statement i.J a manufacturer is not convincing po"l of merit. tint the endorsement of lnend is. A HIGH GRADE STALLION Now supjiosiug von had a bad back. A lame, weak, or aching one. Mv high hred ChestWould ou experiment on it? nut Sorrel Stallion will make the Seaou will read of nuiiy son of 1914 at my barn on the old fair cure. I nccrico by strangers from far away grounds at Hujlonvrllu. Ky. He is 16 hands high weight t.200 place ounds. He Il' different when the endorsement wilt serve a limited number of mares ,'at $15 to insure a living colt, season from home coiiifs due when marc is parted with, or Icav. J'asv to prove local testimony. ing the county. This stallion is by Read this case rook and out of standard "I uid Doan's Kidney Pills and they Ashland irovei' to be just as advertised," say bred trotting mare. He has proven to be a great breeder, having his colts to u Hohiernun. of Stanford. "My were weak and hail backache. show for him. His colts are all sadHearing Doan's Kidney Pills highly dle colts, with good style and action. praised, i used ihem and they relieved Call and sec a good horse before breeding timo comes. mo " Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simpJIM REED I will also stand die great mule jack ly ask for a kidney remedy act Doan's lim Reed, the well known mule jack Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Co., Props. by the old jack of Jim Reed's. Having had, Foter-Milbur- n sold his colts at $100 at weaning lime Puffalo. N. V. and is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. He has a large Masons' Meetlno la bone and his colts have good lone and Linroln todr No. 60 P. m A. M t.ttd communication on each firfcl .nd laird style. He will stand at $10 to insure a M.ird.y nlfbl. ot c.rh month it 7 o'clock In living colt. Money due when mare is ttirir li. It oo Wiln m.rt, Ht.nforl. h. Mo- parted with or left the county. loiigt. (r.trrn.llr invittd to b lars of B. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, Ky. present. J. W. IIUXAND. H9'r. Glen Brook ld BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Stanford. Ky. Stanford, Ky- - May 1, 1014, 11 kiil-ne- s 1 Gentlemen: Your check in fnli payment of my claim for sickness filed with yon a few dyi ago received, for which accept my tkaaks. The settlement was promptly and MtisUctotily made direct with you, and I did not have to wait on the paymeat as is usually the case with Accident and Health policies. If I can speak a good word for you any time I shall be (tad to do so, as every one should have one of your good policies. It Is the best I ever saw. Very truly yours, J. H. BUSTLE an ni-- &t22s sAaW T ltr top that waste (. or wMraw. What you waat ia paiat U ea that Sows freely from the brush, that spreads evenly, but has eaough body to stay spread. You caa shut your eyes and tell from thai feel of the brush, as you paiat, that MM 'BBBEBBv4bBJjmBBBhC "TTi stalks and husks from your crop represent just so much life token 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 littered with stalk and vour crouBd k urow THE legless fertile season after season youneed am . SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, juke 7th Hanna's Green Ceal Paint smooth, clastic and tenacious. feel it cling to the wood, and ia You caa after years you caa see it clintf. is full-bodied, $.50 Trip IUuihI $j60 Round Trlji yJvmmWSBSmMtX SPECIAL TRAIN There it bo secret about staking good, durable paiat. The foraaula is ea every caa ef the Grcca Seal Paiat. FOR SALE BY It will convert all your cora from tU ground level to the tassels, into fresh, auc culent feed and It will keep your cattle in, prime condition all year round. Best of all it will pay for itself out of what it saves for you ia a single season. There will be another winter before long, with high priced feed and hard work ia zero weather. Way hot get ready foe. it by erecting na Iadiaaa aHlo betore next Harvest time. We've aot a mlcbty rood proposition to suke to awttcy saver. Civ u tou rlM bow to UHysu about tt. ohasM Urn. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. W. P. K1NCAID, BTANT0KD. KENTUCKY. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. L. L. SANDERS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. G. B. PRUITT, MORELAND, KY.