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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, li up Watch the Date On Label and Renew Your Subscription Promptly. Thli Paper Stops When Vour Time JUNE 2, 1914 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS & lips, her first finger on her cheek, her BOBB1TT AFTER SENATORSHJP WIND AND ROY STEWART GIVES 11,000 BOND HAIL DO LOTS ANOTHER SEA DISASTER c ecoiiel finger on the and the CONGRESSMAN HELM flIRl fourth and little finger on her throat, And Wants OF DAMAGE IN WEST END the Govenor To Hold An HAS NARROW ESCAPE After Indictment by Grand Jury And Almost Thousand Lose Lives When the said these two words, slowly, Examination of Applicants Will Be Tried in November many many hundreds of times, kllmg One Steamer Hits Another Long Looked-Fo- r Rain Comes at Last When Auto Crashes Into Buggy la Mlit Sophia Alcorn, of Stanford, Has the child ftel with her left hand the Fontaine Fox Ilobbitt. of Crab OrWith a Vengeance and Tobacco Quebec, June JO More than 1,000 as she spoke its name. Which He Waa Riding and Takes The fraud jury on Monday brought There chard, the "Cicero of the Mountains," Accomplished Wonders With persons lost their lives when the Cawere many weary days before the finit an indictment against Roy Stewart Men All Happy Two Wheels Off is a candiihtc for the appointment of Pupil at School for Deaf ger tips on the teacher's mouth nadian Pacific steamship Lmprcss of who shot Anderson Carr to death in and United States at the Ireland tlirut conveyed meaning to the strug- Gov. McCrearySenator insists, hands of flic long looked for ram fell m tor- Macksvillc last Thursday, charging htm Friday sank in the St. Lawrence early however, Jlc Congressman Harvey Helm, who regling bum morning after the liner had I lie Lexington Leader Suiulay inili that something in t lie nature of a civil rents over most of Lincoln county on with murder, and the case will be tried been .More rhilictilt rammed by the Danish collier turned to Washington Sunday evening, even thin making, at the November term of the Lincoln lulled a story of the education of Oiiu the finger-lip- s be held to test Monday afternoon. A good drenching service cxaimimation hear was the work of me D, sturcshed. Figures complied by the had a narrow escape from death or rain only, fell right around Stanford, ciicuit court. Attorney George Simpson, .i little li year old Ul.iI. trachmu this elnbl In srir.ilr (uaiiticaiions of the various ! .if serious iniurv when a buvvv Canadian Paeitic A Florence for the exalted honor In an op- but in the western section of the coun Stewart, has been engaged to defend matle public toelay railway company and tic was riding to catch a tram in. which blind uirl at the School for the Deaf in child who can see! when he at Dan-- n indicated that 1.0J2 comes to en letter, which lie handed the I. and uinjii Ins presentation i. approached the Danville, which shows that the work Mhool realizes that J., he ty, Ihc precipitation lie, was crashed into by an automos nl all had perished. the court most of the peo- writes to the governor client will done to take the lixht of intelligence to ple in the world go as follows: proportions of a cloudburst, with a se- be able to that hisout a strong probably With the survivor safe in Quebec, bile, which turned the corner of Fourth about make moving case of To Ills Exccilcnrv. lame II Mr. vere hailstorm m a number of places, her little mind, immured in silence and tlicir lips and he is dimlv aware tlt.it mostly in spots. Scores of large trees self detenso, bail was allowed Stewart when their wauls and sorrows arc be- and Walnut streets in Danville at a darkness was us wonderful a was the these strange motions mean some- Crtari -- high rate of speed, just after the horse the sum of $1,000. This he gave ing given every posilile care, atten1 sec there is some talk about were blown down all over the West in education of Helm Keller, the story thing although he as yet has every litwnu eoi. : l Harris, W. O Walker tion W.1S turned toil.iv to ItimnniLi. and buggy containing the congressman of tins little girl l of unusual interest tle, if any, conception of the meaning you appointing the millionaire. Camwhere- efforts to recover the liodics of had passed the corner A it was the anil R I". Bruce as his sureties. A small sited cloud burst hit den, to fill the vacancy in the Senate, but especially so here, for the teacher, of l.inguige Hut this child who can n auto tore off both wheels on one side Another murder indictment was also victims arc in iirourr. tin m five miles west of Stanford who, with wonderful patience and initlicr sic nor knew nothing of nun caused by the death of the gifted and of the buggy, and had not the horse on the Hiistonvillc pike, accompameil returned by this grand iury against early hour today over three hundred been liulgmcni was able to do so much lor communicating wjth lamented W O llMdley 'Ihc boehes hail been landed an unusually gentle one each bv Rou'cu. the aff'ic'cd (irl, is a Stanford young means of Miccch Therefore other nl trusts and monopolies are al- by hail and ram The cornfield of J no. Jameswho killed of near King's Moun-a- dead were ptlrd m tiers, there. The noincr Kout, the colored driver, and ibe had making it James Florancc, at that ready ruling ami ruining this country fleck, between TurnersviIIe and Mc place lauy, iiin oopnia mcuin, yuungcsi tcmp"ts of her teacher to in bite lossible to closely scrutinize the bodies unuual presence of mind, a serious a few month aero. Rout it nt ha show would Thomas daughter ol Juugc and Mrs J U. .A- to in ike sounds must have Jefferson Kmnev was beaten elown and almost on $500 bond which was accident might have been the result. of identification. lor Few seimid a fixed at the destroyed The roof was lcorn. '1 lie Leader's article was as fol- - very senseless proceeding to her The ever have had had wealth In en the eompktely The containing the Congressman been case have oily qualiftcattrn for office? When blown off the barn of John Wcslo lime ol his examining trnl His MnC. work so farearnestlyrecognized but this and hisrig luws . wa driver was Just past t7ic intersounds which arc represented undertaken after will also come un for trial at tin. b p, ik(d whv be did Several days ago two of the teach- t and w were given first. Otua feelnot make monev. lit Goocii. between TurnersviIIe and elay broke today. There appear to be section of the two streets and replied that he did not have tune He and the barn was dcnwliOicd. ember term of court ers at the Kentucky School for Deaf, ing her teacher' mouth and then en towai I the depot in DanCircuit court so far this week has mam foreigners among the dead, judgimihad to nail liooks This is the proper and the barn belonging to the Ilunn at Danville, on entering one of the tating her ville when the auto turned the corner fler many week trvn v negroes wa also blown down in the been engaged um the trial of small ing from passports found on the bod criterion bv which to test the qualifirooms of the institution were struck she finally succeded quickly, and struck the buggy a glancies. Many women and children arc civil action made hy a child, one of sound of a and soon in giving the broad cation to fill this office Tut us all in same section. L. G. Towell was elriv-e1) a picture plentifully represented in the grim pile, ing blow, demolishing two wheels and of m and her first out of hi blacksmith shop at the pupils of the school dragging the word arm. was snoken thrie tiioiitlis a row, ami ask who can repeat the GARRARD MAN GETS NEW TRIAL among iiicin one motner with tier child Wry luckily, buggy some distance. by the high water. This child, a little girl of eleven after she entered school federation ot Independence hy Iicart. pressed closely to her breast. the occupants were not I V Carson hael a line tobacco bed danis' speech in stui'iort of it; and the half silting anions was Those who witnessed the scene at thrown out, else they might have been Bv Ihc first of she had acquired run over the President Ibis side of the tunnel under the Q. Court of Appeals Reverses Garrard Rimouski, where the like counting book as a vocabulary of June pillows of a couth, holding a sad harvest of instantly killed by their fa.ll or under almut two hundred - C, tracks on the Hustonvillc pike, if she were reading it idle kept the annls, eonsisting of nouns, adjectives Wa'hiniMon, Adams, Jefferson, Madison Court in Barker Case the rescue ships was laid on the piers the motor car, Mr Helm demanded graceful, unconscious ose without and verbs She eoiild spell simple un- M. nroe, John (Juiney Adams, Andrew ami Iml tore-- it all to mcccs His broand sheds, say that the! sight was the name of the automobilist, who 3aid laikson, etc, repeat from memory all ther, M B Carson' farm just west of the tunes expressing her ideas the tiiruuf'g of a leaf, without Many of the dead star- tint it was Jones. Neither the conand In r the important parts of the Constitution him. was untouched by hail however. said dispatch from Frankfort Sunday flicker of an eyelash, fur five or ten wants Another trial was allowed by the ed heavenward with n .She had learned that words eyes, gressman nor the colored driver knew large amount of hail fell between Court of Appeals to Robert L. Barker, some with horror f 'he l'nitd State, tell when printminute hun. The man Jones were the magic keys which would unhe in Hustonvillc ami Morelanel in the West .f Garrard county, sentenced to serve a with an an of puzzled them anel others knew John S. Baughmansaid that living was invented (1141) and give all One fact gave poigtnncy and piety lock her prison of the surprise. There l ml ot the imHrlam facts in history the county, and an hour after erin ot two to twenty-on- e Anr to tin little picture ami made it reyears for wa but little attempt to cover the ery firm of Baughman & Walters, whose With wonderful patience ami al- if I do the storm had uassed wa rrn ftrifinl Killing his sister's husband, not stand alone imon the markable, the child "reading" the hook most corpse and for the most pirt they lay rig it was, and that he would make it John effort on her own tain of tny fame, while admiration.mono on ine roadside like on account of a clandestine cor- - practicallv as they had been taken out all right with them, but so far tlit-was both deaf and blind, ami )il in ptrl and on her teacher's part her a one, pass circlim; During the crest of the storm, the csponddice between Barker's daugh- of the water, some tribute to m of darkness and silence in education bus been continued. the prison d and have heard nothing from htm Mr. until will stake lui gas plant at the Wcatherford Hole' ter and Homer Luster, a nephew of others nearly naked. which she lics. she had felt the lure Helm was badly shaken un but not oth ::,::, caught on fire, whether from having I ason. ji-- " 3 of the printed pigc Ihe collier storshed, which rammed erwise (hmaged, his friends will be I will not vote I wrylioily acainst the Governor been struck by lightning or not is not Barker's wife is dead and young Lus- the Lmprcss of Ireland arrivgiitl tu know. knows ol llileri Keller, iivirc lunches, she is M.i(I)ing I iti if lie decs not confer the senatorial known yet, and caused some little ex- ter's attentions to Barker's the ed here shortly after 1 o'clock this This is a second accident in )oung woman K 1Kl. .,rltm,,.c, geography, typewrit, toga upon me, but many of inv fricnel the metropolis of the we' laughter caused her father, because of morning accompanied by the wreckuiL. and lnif,g that the Eighth a horse citement in be ome one of the foremost thinkers J,,,, jnj af,t."tll ,,. in Lincoln county will They district SIll. end. but the blaze was extinguished her youth, to send her to boarding ..teamer Strathcona anil anchored arc too and writers of the day. All have read dcrstaml almost anything said to her in congressman has had since coming numerous; cannot control them all. before much damage was done. chiKd. She kept up a correspondence with pity and admiration the story liy feeling the spciktrs lips and to anIt was learned, howevct, home about a week ago He was one Dear Govcrimr, act .pucklv cnpiu ram fell in the eastern part with the youth, addressing her )l til congressioml lite swer in speech, which it not entirely that she hael saved many of the Emof her battles in the intellectual party that attendof the county and did the farmer lots o her aunt. Mrs Iiason. Gettingletters's press' passengers. The Your admiring friend, ami have marveled at her conquests. natural, is always intelligible Lxpcrts Storstad is bad- ed the funeial of Senator W O. BradTobacco fox hoiiiiitt ot good bee now growers arc all as mail for them one day, Barker ly damaged having a hole some 15 feet ley at Frankfort. That night he caught Very few know that in the Kentucky in speech leaching agree that her arti busy a square in her bow. discovered one of the letters and aska train on the Cincinnati Southern tor School for the Deaf and Dumb at Dandilation is marvelous, manv of them ed the Lasons to cease assisting the ville, Kv , a little girl handicapped declaring that they- - have never heard Stones of the loss of the Lmprcss of Dinville. and was met there bv PostOVATION FOR BECKHAM Fine Livery Horse Killed voting people. This brought on the iretanu drought to gueucc last night mistress, Mijs Mary Bruce, of Stanjust as Helen Keller, and who is mak- belter speech attained by the deaf, bbe cave vivid details of ford, with a horse and buirirv. Tbev ing t'le struggle for education and for continues to use the manual alphabet, When lie Spoke in Monticello Monday Bailsman & Walter, liverymen of trouble and finally Barker and La sou by the survivors tragedy in Ibe .inn.iU made the urive to Stanford without one Sunday the most terrible life itself that Miss Keller at length spelling with great rapidity and accuMaulord, iiad a mighty good driving net at a schoolliousc Wayne Strong For Him mishap, hut when just on the outskirts won Her name is Oma Simpson and racy, when she is thrown with the Horse, known as the Duncan horse. Kill where services were to be held. The of the St. Lawrence. subject was revived between them, and Some compared the disaster to that of this city, a dog ran out from the she comes from the little town of Hill himself while running away Monday taugnt deaf. When she is with testified that Lason shot at which befell the Titinic but pointed home of O P. Huffman and seized the side, in Muhlcnburg county. Momicello, Ky, June One of the morning. This firm Had furnished two witnesses litariug people, she talks continually Three and'i half year ago when She is aide to sustain a conversation lircst crowds that has attended a teams to haul the oil well drills from Barker first, after which Barker killed out that in the case of the Titanic horse by an ankle, which started it to Oma first came to school she knew with her elders fully and interesting a pt.tilic speaking here since Governor the depot here to the elain Carpenter Lason. The Court of Appeals iii an there was time to prepare for death, kicking. Congressman Helm held firmabsolutely nothing, not even her own ilut of a normal child of her age. licckhim s'Kjke here before in the fall place near Millcdgcville, one wagon jpimo'i by Judge Miller, elechncd to while those who perished on the Em- ly onto the lines, but the horse became press there was little time for reflec completely twisted up in the harness name She didn't even know that she was here toelay to hear him. She writes her letters, her inurnals ol 'A iicing iiarticiilarlv luavilv lo.nkd. I lie lake up the question whether the was against the weight of the evi- lion or "prayer. In many cases indeed and finally got completely turned Fully 2,000 people were in the city lo Duncan horse and his mate got then had a name or that other people and and her school exercises on a type but only a third were able to get wagon to the ton of the Harris lull on dence, but reversed the Garrard Cir survivors declare, death must have around in the shafts and another rifj that things have names A few rude writer, using the standard kev board. gestures with which she could ask having mastered it by the touch sy 'tithe couitnouse lo he.r the speech the .Millcdgevi.lc pike, without trouble cuit Court for error in instructing the come with merciful swiftness and be- had to be sent out after him and Miss fore the victims realized that their Bruce. for f(Kd or water formed her only lent She read-- , .is yet somewhat slow-I- ), 'Ihc cloud began lo come in early, am were then unhooked and taken back jury. hour had struck. means of communication Her own llraille. the nriutini. of the bind ami by the tunc Governor lleckham ar and hitched on in fro't of the-- other From the accounts of the saved it world must have been more void than Outside of school, she plays with her rived the streets were crowded WILL LEE IN FOR 280 DAYS pair ot animals to get the heavy load seems that soon after the ship was Two Killed By Auto Near Lexington even the most imaginative can con- dolN, dressing them, putting them to Governor lleckhkam was met at up. When Wolfe, the colored driver, rammed she careened until her decls Two men were killed anel two others ceive It is not known ositivcIy that bed feeding them, scolding them ami liurnside this niormni; bv a delegation cracked his whip, the forward pair ol Officers Pour into Gutter Six Quarts stood at right angles to the water. Sh' were seriously injured by automobiles sue was Imrn deaf eighteen petting them She plays, too, with the tif Democrats, beaded by A. V. Ber- horses leaped forward for a strong At Of His Whisky slid slowly into the water and it was near Lexington months, through an attack of spinal other children of the institution among tram, of Wayne and pull before the back ones got set and Sunday. Llewellyn inly possible to launch five boats in anarp, driving a heavy car at a high she lost whom she has her chums and her Clinton counties; A. I. Bertram and the-- chain snapped n two. They jerkmeningitis, it is suposcd her hearing and in a few more special friends After the trial of Will Lee, colored, the brief interval before she finally rate of speed, ran down John Hayes, oftin it "reading S. - Bertram, Frank Harrison, A h ed the lin.s out of Wolfe's hands, and months. lost all memory of the few a book." that is, holding it before her Shcltou, b. - Bell, Judge !aac Walk started to run when they found they charged with having whisky m his sank. Captain Kendall was on the flagman lor the Chesipcake and Ohio words her baby mind had possibly face, or letting it lie in her lap, while er. Dr. Woodrou, J. F. limes, Ellis were free A f w jumps, and they hail possession for purpose- - of sale, was bridge when the collision occurred. railroad at the East Main street crossWhen the sank he grasped Coeqitr, John Tat ton and others. From twi until five years she slow I) turns the pages Hayes died in the Jorn loose from the lnrncss which nelJ in Judge Bailey's court last week, cd away.-lat-er steamer be picked was wash, ing in Lexington to up by one afternoon and a charge of murder was 1 bey came by automobile the-- disof age she was in bed, very ill, all What it has meant to bring this onuccted them, and the Duncan ani-n- acting under orders of the court, Jail- of the boats, apparently to his grca' placed against Sharp, who was admit-- , the tune er George DeBortlc, took the six tance of twent) five miles After archild in touch with the universe not quickly becam: entangled in the regret was ted to bail riving Jut when she began to lose her even those who have stoenl by while held in Monticello, a reception lob- harness alxitit him and was thrown, quarts ot whisky winch had been found no public Thus far he has vouchedsafe appearance in the sum of $2,000 for his statement. sis.Lt. it is imiHisible lo in Court but at the miracle wa being wrought hi the Ramsey Hotel and the At the and breaking his neck at.d "killing him in- m lev's house in Macksvillc, can Only twenty-tw- o women and two time Hayes was struck he was endeavlive, she recovered from the' long ill fully comprehend ach of the fact by wa filled with'thosc eager to shake stantly Tim was an extra good horse, knocking the heads off the bottles, children of the many who boarded the oring to flag Sharp against an appoured the contents into the gutter on ness and then it was known that she of existence, each of the phenomena the Governor's hand and assure him of and valued at about $175 easily. had Income totally blind 'Hie only of nature have-- hail to be presented to their upKirt. Many leading RepubliLancaster street. Judge Bailey gave steamer at Montreal and Quebec ap- proaching train. Sharp was compelled Lee a sentence of 40 (lays in jail with pear to have been saved. cans told him they woulel support him New School Building to swerve hi machine in order to get could have become her slow I) through ohirct which her finger-tipat McKinney a $100 fine, and as lie was unable to One little girl, Helen O Hara, swam across ahead of the train, and in so familiar to her weak eyes during her She has many curious idea about when lie received the Democratic nomiTne Counts Board of Education, pay the fine, he will lay out the entire until she was picked up as also did doing struck Hayes. Sharp escaped August sickness were the walls of one dark things which she cannot touch or nation in ened room, her mother's without injury lo himself or automobile, Governor Beckham was introduced to composed of Supt. Garland Singleton, 140 days in jail. As soon as he heare' Mis Thompson from New Zealand. face, and which she cannot finger in their enG Batigh. M. F. North, Win. lilwood Wallen, 24 years perlnps a few simple toys. In a few tirety that Lee had been caught in town Soon after the word "star" the audience In J V limes, a member, old. of and Win. Landgraf motored to again. Police Judge R. L. Davison en- London First National to Reoreanize Paris: Scott Woodford. 22. of Paris, of the constitutional convention and a months' lime all memory of the things had been taught, one of the teacher McKinney Monday afternoon to look tered an order enforcing the 40 day she had seen must have been lost in m the school gave a paetckiard star to tanner of this county. and J. L. Chownmg, 45, of Lair's StaThe stockholders of the defunct tion, were en route to Nicholasville He said Goeriier Beckham was the over the grounds preparatory to work penalty which he had held up some the darkness which folded her about 'icr to feel She immediately told the First National Bank, of lust as the - baby babbling was swal- teacher that God woulel be very cross biggest man in the Democratic parly in beginning on the new- - school building. time before against Lee on condition a meeting last week and Loudon, held Sundiy morning when their automobile voted to re- turned turtle, killing Wallen and renlowed up hy- the blank stillness He said Contractor J. A. Allen, of Manforel, tint Lee leave town ami stay away with her for taking the star out it Kentucky ami the cleanest the institution. The stock- dering Ixith Woodford and downing Forttmitcly before Oma came to heaven She how great interest in Wayne county would give him the larg- has secured the contract to erect the Lee had been charged witli selling organize have agreed holders to put up two hun-- . unconscious. Woodford and downing kept alive the the colors of things. The first ques- est majority it ever gave a democrat new building, which will be of two vhisky illegally in Stanford. He paid drcd per school, her mother cent , or tw ice the amount of are in a hospital at Lexington. The exmind germ by teaching her to do sim- tion she always asks about a new dress Governor Beckham spoke for netrlv rooms anil modern tn every respect. the $100 fine assessed against Inm and stock, Work will be rushed upon the Imild-inple every day tasks, to dress herself, is "what color it is?" two hours, and a more attentive audi Judge Davison decided that it would their furnish thus raising $100,000. This tent of their injuries lias not been will the bank with sufficient ami it i bopeel to have it com- be worth more to the city to have to ue a broom, to wipe the dishes, Ic Her idea of God are vcrv much like nrc never faccel a speaker. They apready cash for the put away her plaything So it was those of a normal chilel She knows plauded throughout the speech, and pleted in a short time, so that school Lee remim away permanently than tn bank and to meet all operation of the demands of the that when she was sent to school it woulel be several minutes may he held in it as soon as possible lay the 40 day out in jail, so held the depositors when that God can sec her, that He loves her the Fire Insurance, Tobacco Hail Insurance jail sentence up on condition that Lie provided of course, bank is extremely neat and independent and that He wants her to be gooil Not before he could resume-Afte- r that the depositors the speaking Mr Rex Carpcn get out and stay out. As he failed lo in her personal habits. I'xccpt for long ago her teacher asked her where Reliable companies. No wild cat or K. of P's. In Bin Event Local these two marked traits, neatness ami I hkI was ami aftir thinking a moment, ter. a ptomiiient young Democrat, gave do so. Judge Davison will now enforce siejn co'ilrats agreeing not to withDiailem Loelge. Knights of Pythias, the 40 day sentence, so that Lee will draw their deposits when the hank i assessment concerns, W. J. Campbell, " Another a lunch at hi homo for sonic of the independence, in the beginning there she answered, "in the meion Hustonvillc. The stockholders have seemed to be nothing remarkable time he was aske-il- , "Why can't you see most prominent Dcmocrati gathered of ibis city, is preparing to send a big have to put up 280 days, or almost a to put up iiid talked over the campaign Gover- delegation to Lexinuton. on Fridav. vcar behind the bars before he is free- that the depositorstins $100,000 provided about her. She was passu c willing God'" and Oma promptly replied, News of the Churches enter into agreement for the RatliLonc nor Beckham wa driven to Iturnsiile June Bible man again I" il still jul where she was left. "lleciusi 1 have no glasses lo withdraw only 10 per cent of their classes which will be held hy the lodges k She seldom makes mistake service at the Presbytci-la- n evervthim; inert. uninterested in in tin- - where he speaks tonight. No eanduh deposits within the first ninety days church on Wedntsday evening, June nLoul ler Her teacher says that the I use of languige. but when she does, ever received an (nation a Governor of ihat citv that elay ami evening. About SAPHO at opera house Friday night. after the ba'ik is re opened, and. take oOO candidates will be initio.', into the first tunc she was led into her room, the" arc often logical mistake snel, llcckliain got here todiy. He will rt tune certificates of deposit bearing two 3rd. .she moved about until she found a is foreigners learning our language of. Ml per cent, of the Democrats in this lage rank on that ocacsion, and the Rev. I). M Walkei will preach at per cent, interest fot the balance of General News Notes local lodge will nrobablv setul over lldilc- lying on a table, then she at leu nuke une elav, on licing given county. the McKinney Christian church Sunabout ten or a dozen, who will Le givDr W Godfrey Hunter, the famous their deposits, payable in six, nine, day, June 7th at 7J0 P. M. once opened it ami knelt down by a some hot tea. she said, "please vviml en the unusual privilege ami pleasure Gum Mioc statesman, has announced twelve and eighteen months, or soonWhite Slave Case in New County clmr That she could not know what the tea" She did neit know- - the worel Revival services will start at the er, at the option of the bank officials, the liook was or what kneeling meant lilow- - but she ilut fciinw that she wantA dispatch from Whitley City, to oi receiving tneir tirst degree under as a candidate for the republican iioiiu and the depositors arc responding to Stanford Baptist church next Sunday such pretentious and auspicious ami that h has never done such a ed the effet of wind nation for United States senator Several ehys the Courier Journal Sunday saiel Sun evening, with Dr. M. D. Early, pastor this arrangement generously anel A number of special trains thing since gave to the incident D.iviel young, a painter, was killed by hurts," Worley, of Whitley City. McCreary the ago she said. "My thumb-to- e the preaching W. J. Sparks, W. N. of the hcurch, doing a tram near rarxsvillt Muuday import of an omen. At any rate in meaning her lug toe coeiuty, was arraigned before United will be run to Lexington freytn differScoville and Win. Lewis were selected Services will be held each morning from ent parts of the slate for the big Oitia's case it seems much more She is nn unusually St. Mary', ball team defeated the happy child, States Commissioner in Som10 to 11 o'clock and in the evening I I stock easilv controlled, affcctinnitc. patient, erset Saturday charged with violating to attribute to Iter juicon-scion- s 3t Ua"Ul,C a"Ic,"e! oTMol L0 entering from 8 to 9. All are invited to attend act a religious significance the Maun white slave act. Mr. Worley, quiet, retiring in eh contracts " with and tak lllir sub these services. Killed While Playing Baseball position than to explain it as a eo incitleiicc had a fire Monday morn scription She is at all times perfectly who was the-- leading merchant ol from the stockholders Union services will be held in lune. and Whitley City, ami a married man. is Her first day in school was Novem- eo.itenteel. While playing a game of baseball at mg. The home of L. M. Ireland father others with a view to raising $100000 July and August as follows: She i ber 9, 1910. xtremelv fond of pew clothe charged with taking Mrs. Nora of Stanford, was for the Several tens were put Tompkiiisville Saturday, Bill Hammer, ot J W. the bank purpose of June 21. Christian church by Rev. During her first year into her bands but the only one which ami of lewelry wile of r.mmett Gilbreath, who aged 21, one of the-- lot. al. players and a Uamaged about $500 worth. The stockholders adjourned to meet C. H. Greer. seemed to interest her wa a doll. in school one of the first things she clerkiel in his store, from her Senator W. O. Bradley left an estate again on l prominent schoolteacher of Metcalfe June 5th and expect at that June 27 Presbyterian church by Rev. Her teacher at once spelled "tloll" into asked for voluntarily was a "ring" for weeks ago to Tennessee and comity, was struck on the head by a valued al about $20,000. be ready for and D. M. Walker. her hand. It was not until eight days her wrist ami a little coral bracelet from there The factory and warehouse at the time to North Carolina and lat- pitched ball while batting causing the the bank. July 5. Methodist church by Rev. P later that she wa able to pick end the given to her by one of her friends was er to Oklahoma, where he went into rupture of a blood vessel of the brain Globe Fertilizer Co, at Louisville, was L. Bruce. iloll from several other objects when one of her dearest treasures Nor lonp Ibe inelcaiilllc business. 1'ileuels of from the effects of which lie died there Ucstrojcd by fire Monday, the loss toJuly 12. Tresbyte rian church bv Rev. School Board Elects Teachers tlii word was spelled against her ago one of the children broke this Mr. Gilbreath uotificel Okhhoma next day at the Hospital. An opera- talling $200,000. At a meeting of the Board of Edu- C. H. Greer. hand, and give it to her teacher, thus braceclt ami Oma's grief wa pituul to and they at once returned ti tion was performed, but the young man July 19. Christian church by Rev cation of Stanford last week, all of the Kentucky Mrs Gilbreath left the train lied without ever having regained conproving that she knew the four letteis behold A vcrv human desire for ventegular morning operation of T, L. Bruce tl l I stood for the object that inter. geance wa also annarent. at Steam and a the train passed sciousness Ibe young man is a bro- bowels puts you in fine shape for the corps of teachers who served during July 2o Methodist church by Rev the the past term were esteel her through Wlutlev City Deputy Jailer ther of I'ascah Hammer who has been day's work. If vou with the Two tlavs liter she could miss it vou feel un. exception of Misses F.lsa Bruning of D. M. Walker. spell the word herself, forming the letBall, brother of Mrs Gilbreath, arrest-.- d itleuding the Baptist Theological SemAug. 2. fortable and cannot put vim into your SAPIIO at opera house Friday night. ters of the manual alphabet vcrv slowWorks anil held him until the ar- inary in Louisville the past two years. movements. For all bowels irregulari- the vocal music department, and Miss C. If. Greer.Christian church bv Rev Sophronia Fox, of the sixth grade ly with her own right hand. A doll's rival of United State Marshal RamAug. 9 Presbvtenan church bv Rev It Miss Sallie Burden ties HI KIIIN'K is the remedy was electee! a sey bed next appealed to her and in four He was then taken to Somerset Owls Elect Officers purifies, strengthens and regulates. teacher to succeed Miss Fox, while D M. Walker. Corporation Assessments The ease wa set for trial June 6. with in. ic nip mir nan learueu mat worn Aug. 10 Methodist church by Rev. Price 50c Sold by Shugars' Drug 'Hie In one month's tunc she knew- - about Tentative assessments of the cipital $!(HX: bonel, which Worley failed to officers St mford Nest of Owls elected Store, Stanford, Ky , Lytic Bros, Crab Miss Druning's place has not yet been P L. Bruce for the ensuing term at the fil'ed Both of the retiring teacher, four words, tloll, bed, ball, cow In of corporations doing business in this make Aug 2J. Presbyterian church bv reuular meeting last Friday night, as Orchard, Ky made many friends during the past teaching the word cow, she was al- part of the state-- are as follows Lou Rev. C H Greer. follows' President, William Cordier; vear who will reiTi thai titv uill lowed to feel a toy cow, then a real don Klectric Light ami Tower Co, SAl'HO at opera houje Friday night. Aug JO Methodist church by Rev. McBcc; Tat SAPHO at opera house Friday night. be in the faculty again. ice 1'iesiilent, lames Miss co.v and her wakening mind at once $10000, GaincslMiro Telephone Ce P L, Bruce. Tresielent. But Hiatt; Invocator, M. A. is a Stanford young lady, the seemed to establish the connection beDanville Light, Power and TracCamden Gets Senatorship Because of the absence of the pasTreasurer, M It Salin; Secre daughter of Mr and Mrs. S L. Bur. Stone: tween the two. 20.000: Kentucky tion Co., I'ublic Rev. C. T. Claunch'a Father Dead Raymond dettc, and has been taking a teacher' tor, the morning service at the PresJohnson N Camden, of Woodford tary, I'M Ballard; Warden, About this time Oma seemed to Service Co. WO.OOO; Kentucky Utili. Mr. Jerry Clauticb, aged 70, died at training course at the Eastern Js'ormal byterian church will be omitted) on weary of the learning that was being ties Co. $500000; Cumberland Light r county, will be appointed United States I'rav lor; Sentinel. 1 H Tritchett. Tick, Sundiy, thrust unon her She decieled tint sh he Co. SJOOOO: Ilarbourville Flectric senator on lime 16 by Governor Mc- et. Ice Wilder: Trustees. J. M. Car- his home, near Rose Hill, Thursday School at Richmond and is said to be 21 It isJune 7, and on Sunday June expected that the Rev. J. A. preferred to play with her doll and Light, Heat & Tower Co. $5,000; Mon. Creary to till the vacancy caused by ter. Dr J T Morris. Harry Hill, and morning at 3 o'clock after a lingering splendidly qualified for the position she Trostlc will preach en Sunday, June she spent nearly the entire five hours tieello I lectric Light and Tower. Co. the death of the late Senator, W O L, B Owens. The place of Nest Phy- illness from ajioplcxy He was the fa. will take 14th at II o'clock' The evening of her school day on the 8th of that $5,s0; Lebanon I igltt, Ice and Tow- Brailles The Governor made the an- sician will be filled at the next meet- thcr of Rev C T Claiinch, of on Sunday June 7th and on Sun Organizer Craig Thomas states Mr. McGuffiu Claiinch. Mrs Election Fraud Case in Adair December spelling the worel doll, beg- er Co. $18000: Williamsburg IiUctnc nouncement at the mansion Saturday ing day, June 14, will give way for the the charter will still be held open Ma'y Frances Randolph, Mrs. Pattej-so- u t that Mr Camden will accept the In the contest proceedings instituted ging for the toy which a merciless Light Co. $.18000, Middlesboro Home and Miss Louisa Claiinch His by W 1' Otley, Democrat, against special services held in the Bantist and will be a candidate foi at $5 until the charter membership is foe in the perstm of a wise teacher Telephone Co, $12,500; Jessamine completed. devoted wife survivevhim. Mr, Claunch was withholding from her. T Hernford, Republican, for church. The attention of all PresbyterThe next Home Telephone Co, $10000; Lebanon the short term, which commences on was a good citizen and a faithful mem- the offiie of County Judge of Adair ians is called to the sermon delivered hy she apparently made up her little Home Telephone Co. $12,500; llastin the November election elate, when his ber of the Baptist church His funeral county the defendant won nut. It wa at the General Assembly by the retirTake Plenty of Time to Eat mind to accept other things than dolls Telephone Co. $10,000. London and apiinintivc term expires, and cmls was hctil at Deep Creek yesterday charged by hun that the ballot in ing moderator, Rev. J fc. Lyons. D. D , Telephone in this strange scheme of existence Manchester There is a saving that "rapid eating morning Co. $8000; March 4, 1915. when the regular six and also to the report of the Commito'clock, co.idttcted by which was unfolding itself to her and Columbia Telephone Co, $4000; Wil year term of Senator Braelley's suc- is slow suicnle If you have formed Rev W at IIMoore assisted by Rev. est Columbia precinct had been D with since the election, and Judge tee on Social Service. Both the serlearned the new word hat. liy the 1st liatnsburg Home Telephone Co. $3.050 ; cessor commences. tin hibii of eating too rapidly you Mr Ray and the Ilarrodsburg Leader. J C Carter, the Circuit Judge, so de- mon Observer report are in the Chrisof January, she knew sixteen words. Htrea Telephone Co, $7,500; Huston, arc most likely suffering from of last week cided After making an investigation, tian Her teacher, Miss Sophia Alcorn, of villc Telephone Co, $7,500; Tmeville -- Teething babies always have a lard constipation, which will reor tunc ol it when this process occurs in sult eventually in Colic. Cholera Stanford, Kv., who has taught her Home Telephone Co, $6,000 and the grand jury at Columbia indicted illness unless Chamberlain's sriiuus hot weather They not oujy have to corrected Dr. T A, Smith, W T Ottley, E. A. from the time she entered school Dlaithoea Remedy Digestn u begins in the If you have the itch, don't scratch with painful gums but the mouth. Food should be thoroughly until the present time, determined ?.very family; without exception Strange and Plato Wade upon charges It does not cure the trouble and makes tampered with the ballots the skin bleed. Apply feeling, loss of stomach is ehsordereel. bowel loose and masticatul ami insalivated Then when should keen this nnnaration at band that they A bilious, halfsick unspeakto give her pupil the llALLAUD'S the Ixidy uncomfortable The best help you have a fullness of the stomach or during the hot weather of the summer catt tn the race for county judge. energy, and constipated bowels can able gift of speech ami SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it "in gent, with surprising promptness by you can give the little sufferer is Tarly in December she began to let itel dull and stupid after eating, take months Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ly on the affected parts. It relieves BBY ELIXIR. It corrects one of Chamberlain's Tablets. Manv and Diarrheica Remedy is wortli many Can't Keep It Secret Omi feel her lips as she talked, also iisiue; HHKUINE. 'I lie first dose brings itching instantly and a few applicato feel the voice vibrations splendid work of Chamberlain's tions removes the cause tbu. permitin her improvement, a few doses puts the sour stomach, cools and unlets the bow. severe cases of stomach trouble ami times itr cost when needed and is The throat and chest. She selected for the svstetn in fine, vigorous condition els and help "digestion Trice 25c. and constipation hawe been cured by the tlalmost certain to be needed before the Tablets is daily becoming more wide ting a permanent cure. Price 25c, 50c. I hey first lesson two objects whose names Irlcc 50c Sold by Shugar' Drug 50c per bottle Sold by Shugars' Drug of these tablets are eisy te summer is over It has no superior for ly known, fso such grand remedy for and $100 per bottle. Sold by Shugars Oma could spell on her fingers, cow Store, Stanford, Ky., and Lytic Hroi, Store. Stanford. Ky, and Ljne Bros., take and most agreeable in effect S, tl ' I urposcs for which it is intended stomach and liver troubles lias ever i rug store, aiauiorei, ry., aud Lyne Crab Orchard Ky I' and ball, putting Oma's thumb on her Crab Orchard. Ky. hy all dealers. been known. For sale by all dealers. Bros., Crab Orcharel. it now For sale by all dealers. WONDERFUL EOUCATION LITTLE DEAF-iLI- ND jaw-lxm- ob-je- et per-oii- in hr pur-iosc- s XI e. pro-iced- uj it half-lyin- heart-rendin- wide-ope- La-so- n, deaf-blin- d III ,.'"" '?,' .I. w5;y,i..uV 1 iim mid-strea- iontuni; nian-uall- v 1 cr-h- ct !. i- nl a, 1 s. Ma-tbe- i yf -- ?! g. slit-wa- s 42-t- L 19-t- Mid-wee- -- W'e-sle- 'ffleh P" foVthcureof' I h, Ire-lau- home-severa- rs o-- $S0,-OO- tl, Bur-det- nt te m. i ? g, scr-vi- -e nit-li- -- 'I' tain-cre- el itidi-(.esti- - Mc-fiFF- 'S V r -i v" .. V Tr' f h TMK IHTIMO JOMNAL i STAR FORD, XBHTVCXT. TVK8DAY, JPHB 2, tM -- f CASTORIA IJMlTliillaaT For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 FER CENT. AVtelaWflYrpmiionfirAs-sJmJI.iliiihcnxxfafidlW- TVm ! nor CaUrrt ta tMa weHMi cr tM aj onfitrr than all ttrr itUrtm pat ar waa Mfpiw4 to Urn until lti frwt mif jmii awton Inrnr.bU. r local Proprietor nmiKinnrffl It toctl dlaraaa ana aUKLTON M. BAUFLKT tontaatlr lalHaf ta tor wlta rnnHM, and irratratnt, jironnonrw j incurabW. Mine Wat 1A TF.Att HTMCTLY IN AUVANOR kaa pntm ratarth to b a cmatltiitloiial (Maraaa, and tbwrort rrqnlrr ronitltatlonal tiratmtat. Halt's Catarrh Cart, manafartnrtd tir F. J. M Chfnr A- Co., Tntrilfl, Ohio, la tat mtj Cnatlltif Knttrti at pnHtft at mail mtlttr. tlontl rtir on thr markrt. It ta tiiaa lotrrntllf In riu fnm in ilro to a traapoontal. II acta rtlreftlj cm tha blond and macona anrfirra of From the haste with which Gov. Mo the aratrm, TJifJ lfr win knadrrd dollars for any rat It falla to enrt. Snd for tlrculira and Creary has announced that he will Tkc JtWM. lit trtkf, rwlf! Clothes For Today selecting INhave three our clothes we must things in view: Value, Comfort and Appearance. A suit made of honest material-hones- tly made-- is value. A suit made that fits your individual form, of light weight, soft, cool material, is comfort. A suit that fits you-t- he coat hugs the neck, slopes with the shape of shoulder, is hangs close to the body-t- hat M VWaaaaff .i ue4 tln gfftri i llngUicSiofflaclBaalDowckof Bears the Signature PromofcsIsfleM-ncssniidHratjC9fiti5f(- r OniimuMorpWfte norNiicnL of Not Narcotic. JkHTtUk- - r In n Anmfef t Rtmtdv forComRpt tion . Sour Storaach.Dlanwa Worms JCorowsKmsJcwnw ir a Use For Over which is absolutely hopeless, no matter whom the governor may appoint. While Mr. Camden is big enough to fill any office to which he may aspire, is there an) one who bclices that would hae made this appointment now or hae made it at all li.v' Camden been as poor as ou or I ' Camden will be a candidate for the short term senatorship from November till March and McCrrary will lw running at the same time for" the long term from March on for six years. Will Camden be able to put up enough money to elect McCreary, too? We think not. The democrats of Kentucky are going to see that Ilcckham goes to the senate and arc not going to have it bought or swindled away from him again. That's all there is in it. States senator to fill out the unexpired term of Senator V. O. Ilradlcy, many arc lead to lelicc that it has been done to holster up the candidacy of McCiwry for the long term as Senator, Johnson N. Camden United trMlroonlala AJJiMt Bold Takt Haifa tamll t, J. CI1F.SKY tr tacclili, TV. A CO., TnlfJo, Ohio, I'llla for ctDitlpatloa. EASTERN STARS IN CASEY Lincoln Chapter of Hustonvllle, Institutes Chapter at Middlrburg Lincoln Chapter No. 195, of the lias-ter- n Stars of Hiistonvillc. instituted a Chaptrr at Middlcbutg. Casey county, last wcik, under happy circumstances and installed the newly elected officers, Mrs. Pauline Stephenson was commissioned tirand Worthy Matron by the Grand Patron of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky, to conduct the work and institute the new chapter and carried out her commision in splendid shape Her assistants from the Hiistonvillc V. CarChapter were a follows son. Grand Patron; L, A. Carson, associate Patron; Mrs. L. A Carson, Matron; Miss Delia Grand Godbcv, Marshal ; M II Carson, Grand Secretary and S. P. Stephenson Grand Chanlain. The officers of the new chapter, as elected and were as fol . neMttdLossorSLEEP. The Csktacb Cowaks NEW iQHiv. Thirty Years iranUeataMatrthelj CASTORIA TWC CtlO-AU- W'6 Exact Copy of Wrapper. COMPANY, HtW TO CITY. If Out of 18 for Beckham W. S. Coleman returned last night from a week" isit t l'rnvidc (oTv'a Webster county. He was in a gather, Worthy Matron. Mrs. Deva Coffey; that town in which a poll in the Worthy Patron, Key. Chrster V. Creech in in Senatorial race was taken, and sixteen ociate Matron, Mrs. Florence God-beout of eighteen were found to be for Conductress, Mrs. Jennie Wheat; Dcckham. Providence is in the Scconil Associate Conductress, Mrs. F.lla Sharp Congressional District. lilixabcthtown Secretary, Mrs. Celeste Klliott. TreasNew s. Gay urer. Joe Ulliott, Adah. Miss Jones; Ruth. Miss Sallic F.stc; Esin Lcxing. ther Mrs. Mollic In his labor day address Martin; Martha. toil on Sunday Mr. Stanley spoke of the Mrs. Elmer Moblry, Electa. Mrs. Laura "diginiv of labor." It is very "dignifiChaplain. Rev. K. G. Mar Pransom: ed" to draw ?7,5UO from Uncle Sam tin. Warder, Mrs. Maegie Paul, Senfor himself R Q. whilt out campaigning tinel. Wm. Earles. Marshal, Midway Clipper. fones. Rev. Sunday's Great Work Lilly Sunday, the famous preached to an bull immense throng at Lexington Momlaj the Cunt; afternoon after delivering niencement address to the K. W. C graduates at Winchester, lie has just concluded a very successful and cn sational revival at Huntington. W Va A. dispatch from there says that con spicuous among the old mountaineers who 'hit the trail" was an old, grizzled, bearded man, whose name was on every lip af rlic state, whose deeds were tol i at night around the blazing hearth of the mountain log houses, whose name was used to frighten young children c Icaucr of ns Ma) field, the feud. He is an the Hatficld-McCo- y untie of the present governor of that state He will go back to his maun tain home to again become a leader, this time undir the banner of the cross. The mountaineers, young and old. came to the meetings on horseback, in every kind of vehicle, and many walk. was His sermon on "Amusements" preached to a crowd that filled the tab rrnacle to overflowing long before the opening hour of the services. the daiice The theater, saloon and were denounced, and he said cards and dancing were worse spiritual enemies of the church than the saloon. "If you keep the cards, throw the Bible in the alley; if you keep Bible, throw the cards in the alley," he declarex-baplaer-cvangelist ono-tun- appearance. These three things we offer you in our Men's Suits: PALM BEACH, $7.50. MOHAIRS, $10, $15 and $20. SERGES, $10, $15, $20, $25. FANCY WORSTEDS and CASSIMERES, any price, $7.50 to $30. It's the value, comfort and style we offer you-tha- t's what you want-tha- t's all you can get. asgisr?sVif Ml iVhr H. 1 Knot-Eas- T- - McROBERTS Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY it a tafe, prompt ef- "Honor Roll Bank" Surplus $100,100 Capital $100,000 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland,. Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Transit No. 73-235. ', LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK C&ST G. W. RUE L. E. RUE SAXON Masonic Banquet at Hustonvllle time was reported by those who attended the banquet girn by the Masons at tluir hall in Huston-Mil- e last week. There were several good speeches and lots of good thing to cat. Those who attended were Mr and Mrs. W. R. Williams, Mr and Mrs. Hogue, Mr ami Mrs. Kra"k North, Mr. ana Mrs. Stanley P. Stephenson. Rev. A. II. Baugh and wife. Mr .ami Mrs. M H Carton. Mr and Mrs. E V Carson, Mr and Mrs N C Hicks, Mr and Mrs. Frank Hunn, Mr and Mrs Roy Spears. Mr. am". Mrs J O. Mr. and Mrs John II. Riffe Mr. and Mrs A J Adams, Mr and Mrs. Steve Walker. Mr and Mrs Sam Owen, Mr and Mrs. J W Dr and Mrs. Childress, Prof, anil Mrs. Robinson. Mr Dick Anderson and Miss Sallic Back. Mr. John L. Hicks, and Miss Blanche Larnett. Mr. James Stephenson and Mis Belle Hall. Mr Roger Hicks and Miss Isa FIomI. IV O. S. Williams and Miss Marguerite McCormack. Mr. George Weatherford t Sophia Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. McCormack, Mr Charles Wheeler Mr Bowman Smith, of Marville Tenn.. and Little Miscs Georgetta Walker and Mattic Hokins. A delightful Car-nentc- r, Hos-kinEm-mct- SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-- ase, the antiseptic imjw (Lt. It relieves painful, smarting ten- feet, and instantly takes ilr, the sung out of corns and bunions the greatest comfort discovery of It's e makes Allen's the age tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain relief for sweating, callous, swollen, tired, aching feet. Always use it to break in new shoes. Try it today Sold everywhere, J5 cents. Don't ac For FREE trial ccpt any substitute. package address Allen S. Olinte0. L' Km, N Y. HIGHLAND We are needing rain. The tobacco men have their ground ready and arc waiting for a season. Mrs. John .Meier, who lias been quite sick foj- several days, is considerably unproved. Mi. u. G Speaks sold his auto to II II. Singleton, of Wayncsburg. Born, to the wives of - S Warfield and Jake Young each a loy, and to the wife of H. II. Jones, agirl. Prof. W. G. Acton began another singing school at Mt, Moriah last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Meier, of Soin er.ct were up Sunday to see his mother Rev. J. G. Bosshart, (jerman Reformed minister of the Grcenheim and visited one of his members at this place, Mrs. John Meier and held communion services with the family. to Mr. Craig had the misfortune lose his house by fire early "on the morning of the Zind, supposed to have caught from a defective flue. Mr. Wilt Sowdcrs was living in the house and he and his wife had just gone to the fiild to work, when some of the neighbors discovered the fire and burst open the doors and carried out a part the household goods. The greater part of which was in the kitchen was des tiojed. The loss fell jiartly on Mr Sow ders. Mr Baugh had ".onie insurance on the house. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hall. Mr and Mrs. Waddle, of Science Hill, visited the family of M. G. Young last week. his George W. Young is visiting children near Greenrastle, Ind. Mis Oritha Warfield has returned fiom Louisville, I- fective remedy. It gives an immediate and grateful sense of relief, checks irritation and discharge, rendersbreath-in- g 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" ed. the has crept into "Worldliness church, and one of the most infectious diseases is the dance. I loathe the tango, the bunny hug and the other g dances that wriggled the out of the pit of hell, with all fire within mc. "1 have more respect for a saloonkeeper than I have for the dancing teacher. The preacher that keeps his mouth shut on the subject is too big a coward to keep his job. If you are bound to dance, church members, then get out of the church. 1 wouldn't drag the church of Cod acioss the ballroom floor." A woman in silks and jewels came to the evangelist in tears and asked Car-$39A 5 him to save her dissolute husband. She was told pray for an hour on the Sabbath. The husband is among the converts. Sunday's famous sermon on David and Goliath is in part as follows: All of the sons of Jesse except David went off to war. They left David at home because he was only a kid. After a She while David's ma got worried. his wondered what had become of brothers, because they hadn't telephoned to her or sent word. So she said to David, 'Dave, jou go down there and see whether they are all right.' So David hikes off to where the war is. and the first morning he was there out comes this big Goliath, a big, Ureil upon best foundation ttock for year? for cpg production, type and col- strapping fellow about 11 feet tall, who or. Eggs fertile, chicks stron?. Eggs for hatching Not high priced, but commenced to shoot off his mouth as to what he was going to do. will produce what you want. Write. "'Who's that big stiff putting up j. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. that game talk?" asked David of his Mothers. "'Oh he's the whole works: he's the head cheese of the Philistines. He uoes that little stunt every day.' "'Say,' said David, you guys make me sick. Will don't some of you go out and soak, that guy? You let Inm for Hogs, $3.00 Digester 100 lbs. get away with that stuff.' He decided to go out and tell Goliath where to Milk Cows ewes, hcatl in. makes milk 100 lbs. $2 00 "So Saul said 'Vou'il better take my armor and sword.' David put them on, Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, but lie felt like a fellow with a hand makes $1.60 100 lbs. n suit alxiut four times too big for him ,so he took them off and with Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions nothing but his sling and a rock, put $2.00 100 lbs. the giant Goliath down to the count. David drew his sword and chopped off Milifeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, hit block, and the rest of the gang beat oats, hay and straw. it. in. Telephone 1 1 Northern Seed passion-producin- LANCASTER Miss Mamie Diekcrson, of Richmond auU is the uuest of Misses Minnie Bessie Brown. Saturday being Decoration Day all of the banks and the postofficc were closed, the postoffice being opened at certain hours. The long continued drouth is playing havoc with vegetation in general the gardens ate simply drying up for lack of rain. Lancaster has rather a deserted appearance since the high school has closed its doors for the vacation and the teaclurs have gone to their various 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 $395-- Good Low Priced A Real Automobile at Motorcycle Price L. E. RUE & SON, S. C. Agb.,SmS Buff Orpingtons FEEDS and Tankage LinseedMeal for fat per per per and Jacks per Car just J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 7th $.50 Trli Round $1 .30 Round Trln SPECIAL TRAIN INJUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. f .MiVs Martha Kaxanaugh is at home from the Richmond Normal school. Dalton Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rich, living on Fall Lick pike, is icported quite ill with all indica. tions of typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Gregory announce the arrival of another little daughter in their home. The little girl has been christened, Ollie Hall Gregory. Mr. Robert Brewing and interesting little children, of Chelsed, are expected in a few days for a protracted visit to Mrs. Bnwcr s parents, Mr. and Mrs. oel Walker. Miss Edna Kavanaiigh has returned for the vacation from St. Augustine, Fla., where she held a good position in a D D Institute. The courteous manager, Mr. W J Romans, of the Lancaster Opera House continues to add to the attraction of his house. He has just installed electric fans, which almost make make you foruet the intense heat that continues to prevail. One of the finest shows ever given was "Lost in which was so vivid and thnllini; as to make a remarkable impression upon all who saw it. Miss Mattie Adams, of SharpshurR. is here for a stay with her grandmother, Mrs, Norcie McGrath. Mrs J. J Purseley left last week to lie with her husband. Ur IWsclcy in the city of Chattanooga. Mr. and Mrs. Ra.wnond Haselden and little daughter mo'tored to Winchester for a short visit. Mrs. Lewis Herndon, of Atlanta, is here for a visit to her mother, Mrs, da Kinnaird. James Tinder entertained the Inter uediate Christian Endeavor society av the home of his parents. Rev F. M Tinder and Mrs. Tinder. Ices and cake were served the youthful gathering. V. A. Lear, the popular and hustling stockman, of Lancaster, shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Saturdav for which he paid 7 cents perjiounJ The Odd Fellows gave an enjoyable supper Saturday night to the members of the lodge and their families, Sat urday afternoon they decorated the graves of the deceased members of organization. the Rev S. H. Pollitt and daughter, Miss AND EYES ONLY GOOD TOR THE EYES Charlotte have returned from a visit to i dative in Wilmore. TO IB RYEM art) Using Irnara. If weak, dim. alralurU or roBgeaKMl, Miss Margaret - Cook gave a picnic IBcjr raua bo arxntly yet awrcljr Saturdiy to quite a number of her clearest, brlnuteuiMt, rorrerled and voting friends. A most inviting lunchra.latlgoralrd by Ike cleaaalnaj, Itealhiai, atrrnalltvalaiB' Bropcrtlca eon added to the injojmcnt of the young aH SOe. t KAULK KVE MAXVIE. peotile. ' tab fJltaVKM Congratulations are extended a former Laucasterian, Wm. Bradley John, ston, who is so soon to become a beneTO THE PUILIC dict. On June the third he will wed I represent the largest and best one of Fayette's most attractive young clothing house in this cou- girls. Miss Nancy Lync. ntrylid V. Price & Co., Chicago, III., Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods and chilMy experience In measuring and di- dren motored to Russell Springs for a making of your clothes, recuperative stay. recting the gives mc the advantage over one who will fMLIrnn itinf nr, nffrtilil lv vunrttl is not a practical tailor. If you give mc your order 1 will promise ou are pale and sickly ?nd liable to cona square deal. You will get the worth tract some fatal disease. WHITE'S of your money, either in the cheaper CRFAM VERMIFUGE cxnels worms grades or the higher priced. My spring iirmiiiit K rami nut tlif rhilil nti tin l'w.-j'tw.t aif line of samples are row ready for our road to health. Price 25cttaper bottle. inspection. Call and'let me show you. Sold bv Shugars' Diug Store. Stanford, H. C. RUPLEY, Tbe Fraction Tailor, rvy., ami i.ync uros., rao urcnaru. hoinc. SHELBY CITY Wc arc having some warm weather now and a good rain is badly needed Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson and children, of Preachersville, were visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Sprinkles. Mr. iiul .Mrs. iicorgc cot icy. 01 Bowen. visited their daughter, Mrs. Pence Messcr. Mrs. Join. Bracked is spending sev- cial da'.s with relatives at Stanford. Mrs. Elizabeth Bender still remains after visiting fri.'mU and relatives hero. Mr. anil Mrs. P. F. Kennedy were visiting his mother at Preachersville last week. Mrs. Mary McChord has returned to kron. O.. lor a stav with relatives. Mr, Willie McLhord is visiting his cousins. Misses Luna and Jalie Brawn Mrs. Elizabeth Binder stil remains in very poor health. nn Gilliland was visMis. George iting Mrs. F Burke. Laura (iilliland was the guest Miss of Miss Ethel Wright last week. Most farmers are done planting corn in this section. Miss Minnie Crabtree visited her cousin, Miss Lizzie Prackett. Listen fot the wedding bellls, They will ring oon. Guess who? sewing herself. All kinds of new Dry Goods, s, 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 " Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House For Refrigerators, Water Coolers. Window Screens and Screen Doors. We Have a New Sickle Grinder that will interest you farmers. Hemis. Skim BUaalihai Caased By Carat ""V'"aV M. Ocrma undtr Iht akin or la a brokta pUca, and It U bird lo gtl rid of Ihftn. lu aoraa or plmplaa follow. tt Stop and see it work. Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a EAgleeyesalVL - Antiseptic Salve m toon W aTlftBM BELL'S A carload of sewer pipe and farm drain tile. Also a car of fresh lime just received. Come to "The Farmers' Supply House" for anything you want. It is line for replantiu. l- tb IS libBAn, fic. ditrora thi grma nd kp flat thttn It anil Haalthar until natural haila I IIm. In h Duo, iniwuirf, tur t 1'UKG AND iUULINO. "Tall It Br Tha BaB" W. H. Hig'gins mm mm'lmm'm'lammmmmximmwmtBwmwmmimmmm HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Don't Fail To Get Your Share of the made-to-ord- rr Monuments '. -- Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connection at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Closed on Saturdays Telephone No, 164. STANFORD, XY, BARGAINS SATURDAY AT - L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Kfeifefrterr3 ,(nt,t iAli,t.-w?i!r-.!-- : -- ;v TMB 1WTKK10K JOPKWAL 1TAKFOKD, KENTUCKY TMt.SDAY, JUNE 2, 1914 Ht fJt' After School Days Shoppers . 3 After the rush of school closing you will find many summer needs that you overlooked. We have prepared a feast of bargains for you. This store delights in making your dollars do extra duty. Read this list of seasoneble and serviceable good things for June buyers : Wash Dresses .tvleV P69ra,e ElSrir' Inft.re.f; ureases, 9Hc. Keal dressy G.ngham Dresses, made Brand are made at $1.50 to $1.98. Shirt Waists XU..ftn ihc. Tailored Suits Pretly !ig,ht y eig!11 8U.it8' Ihat tylemakes the n an suit. For the june buyer we will take one- fourth off the price. f Wide Linens r in all the popular .hades: Rose, Peter Thompson Blue, Green.Tan, Brown, Purple, Black and White Check and Navy; 2 2 yds makes yards makes a suit. B skirt; 4 1-- Slipper Bargains Dr?.88e8' Kitm prettier than ever. 98c to $5.00. W'"1 re,tUrn -,- S y?Uf f if,St ,OVC nd the ! re a.8h Coat ?uit8 on,P"i Beautiful Voile and Crepe Dresses Enough style (or a $20 dress at the round price of $4.98; regularly priced at $6,50 and S7.50. in white and colored figures. JZ? XmAiXi price. vo.u 1 Light Weight CoatS can We have on the Bargain Counter a big line of broken lots in the very uest mahBt Qf Slmmr from 48c to Come whUe we hae vour" - JuitVa For Wash Skirts Wash Skirls arc very popular just now and wc havc ,he rjght maleria, in Ratine in all colors : Tan, Copen. Rose, Steel, etc. at 19cyd; Stripes Piques, 19c! ''' "white 2 J!l J1.J& SHOES children's Summer Union Suils- - m t one-fift- h off the You must have White Slippers. We have the popular Pumps and Baby Doll styles. $1,50 to 52.25. Uv.H';r All sizes bleach suits, sizes 6 to R8u,ar Pr,ce. 25c SEVERANCE & SON MRS. LYON'S ACHES AND PAINS Have AU Gone Since Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Kindly permit mo to give you my U'fUmonIal in favor of Torre Hill, Pn. R. M. ll.ikcr is Msmiij: her Howard Ilakrr at Riclnuond. Mr Salht Ashlc), of Lancaster, is tin K"cM of Mhj Pearl Hampton. Harvey Wilkinson U willing Ins lirothrr, J. T. Wilkinson in Louisville. Mus iollie Wilchcr is at liuinc from MmIw-I)- , where she has been at school. Mi Mary Shepherd Cook is visit-iii- k Miss Pauline Sallcc at HarnnU-1'tir- --3r Mr in, SEVERE PUNISHMENT of Five Yean1 HEARD ABOUT TOWN Harry Farmer has been put on the staff to handle soda water and coca 'cola at Penny's drug store during the Of Mrs. Chapped, hot weather. Aa Sin? Am.',, or of OmlloDT Or lluth? Irilc, we We is Sickness tro.gre Nln Standing, Relieved By Cardai. n Vcgotulile wit K. I'lnkhaiiTa Com-poun- d. When I first I began taking it female trouble BUlTcrinK from for some timo and had almost all kind of achrs pains In low. cr part of bock ami in sides, and pressing down pains. I could not sleep and had no appetite. Since I havo taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound tho aches and pains are all Rono and I feel like a new woman. I cannot praise your medldno too highly." Mrs. Augustus Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa. It is true that nature and a woman's work has produced the grandest remedy for woman's ills that the world has ever known.. From the roots and herbs of the field, Lydia E. I'inkham, forty year ago, gave to womankind a remedy for their peculiar ills which hwi proved more efficacious than any other combination of drugs ever compounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is recognized from coast to coast as the standard remedy for woman's ills. In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn. Mass., are files containing hundreds of thousands of letters from women seeking health many of them openly state over theirown signatures that they have regained their health by U&ing Lydia E. Pinkham'a VegcUbJe Compound; and in some case that it has saved them from surgical operations. WHW Mm Christine Davis, of Mt. Vernon, is the guest of Miss J'atlte Perkins. Mr Oscar Meltcath is Msttini; his father. Mr. Hannibal Meltcath and fain il near Hubble. F S MrClure. of Crab Orchard spent SiiihIa) with his d.uiKhter, Mis Margaret McClure. Hughes, of Memphis, L Weareii linn., sixnt Sunday with his mother. Mrs Julia Hughes. Dr (i. G Perry returned home Sat uril.1) night after spending several weeks in New York. Mrs. T I). Rancv, and daughter Miss l.clia Cixik, arc the guests of Mrs. J illiatns at Knob Lick. Mrs Julii Hughes and Miss Mat-ti- e Hubble arc the guests of Mrs. William Ycager at liagon. Trim Mr and Mrs. J. C Tolbert, of Lexington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs J W Clark Sunday afternoon Mi and Mrs. W J Riske are mtiKratulations mer the arri son. val of a handsome nmc-oiuMiss Talma Thompson of Crab Or chard, is spend ing a few daS with relatives here. Mt. etnon Signal. Mrs Ligc Illmorc. of Ktowah, Tcnn . has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs. M. I). Flniote and other re Mis j Ftta Mueller has returned to her home to spend the summer after leaching in FairUmld, Minn., for the term. Messrs Mbert and Hemic lloehn, of louisvillc. were here last week at the bedside of their father, near Highland, and with friends in Stanford Mr. Mary Dcrr will leave Wednesday for llrazil, Ind.. to spend some time with her son and daughter, Mr. Job Derr and Mrs. Jennie Berrv of Liberty, Miss Ollie Phillips. who has been visiting her cousin. Miss Cicrtnide Wilkinson has returned home. Miss Wilkinson rteurncd with her and will remain several weeks. Mr Albert S. Miller and Mrs W Ind.. W Gouttra. of Crawfordsville. have returned home after attending the bun il of their sister, Mrs. George C J. R Harris, bookkeeper, of the First National Hank; recently bought a Ford touring car ot Carlton Elkin of Lan-- i caster. Nature's lawt, the Llrtr tnen we omit or Drglect until ache or sicken. Loosen the darameil-n- p bile. Keep It looie with the old tlme-tm- d Mar Apple Hoot. (I'odophyllin.) I'odophtUln with the gripe taken out is called Buy Your u & if ' lame. 'ut PERSONAL and SOCIAL Dave Craig, of the Ml Vernon big-na- l. spent Sunday with tctor Price Jack nml lttmk SHXn.imore and fum-ili- ii pcnt Sunday with their father, John Spoonamorc, near Hubble. Rev P L. Ilruce iraes on Thursday of tint week fo' a visit with his people at Spring Hill. Tenti Thorna farmer, who spent sccra! da with lii family here has returned to Danville. Mis Zona Johnson, of Danville, ami Mioses Vanctta Stmonatnnre and Virginia White, of Wihnore, arc vsilli Miss Lucy S. Spoonamorc for a few da5 Mr. :mu Mrs. Wallace Walters ami . imi. josiph and Mr and Mrs. U llinl, motored to Frankfort Saturday and spent the day. Mrs. W (i. Mcllce is spending the wrtk in Stanford, the KiiiM of her mother. Mrs. Dr. D. H. Southard and attcndniK school commencement while there. Mt. Vernon Signal. 1 Mrs Martha Hampton and daughter. Miss Lena arc the guests of her son. R G Hamilton and wife at Lebanon They will go to louisvillc Junction and spend a few davs. Miss Lillian Mueller, who has been at Morganton. N. C. at school has returned home for the summer vacation. She will return to the same place in the f.il' where she will teach. Misses Lena Palmer. Sonhronia Fo and FIst Pruning entertained the Chautauqua circle and the teachers of the Graded School and High Stanford School on last Wednesday evening refreshments were served. Mrs T D N'cwlaml. Jr., and pretty little daughter, returned to their home in Dallas. Tex., Saturday making a visit tv her husband's parents, Mr and Mrs T D. N'ewland and family Her sister, Mrs, James Kehoe, of Howling Green, who was here also, returned with her. ul Given. Mt. Airy. N. C.-Sarah M. Cltao-pc- ll I (.i' rge New land, who has been tele of this town, says: "I suffered lot Kraplimg at Hemp, left Saturday for live years with womanly troubles, also .aslnilie, leiin, where lie will prostomach troubles, and my punishment bably locale. was more than any one could tell. I tried most every kind of medicine, Mbert Hnurigan, ot Pnnk, has been but none did me any good. assigned as operator at Hemp, taking I read one day about Cardui, the wothe place vacutnl by Ueorge IS cu land man's tonic, and I decided to try it. I who kit for Nashville last vvtek to had not taken but about six bottles until foiatc I was almost cured. It did me more good titan all the other medicines I had Dr. M. D. Earl), of the Baptist church tried, put together. uai tailed to Koone county Monday My friends began asking mc why I to conduct the funeral sen ices of John looked so well, and I told them about Cropper, an old time friend, who. Dr. Cardui. Several are now taking it." I Fail) avs, was one of the best men Do you, lady reader, suffer from any in that part of the state. of the ailments due to womanly trouble, I such as headache, backache, sideache, I M Itaughman, J. W. Itaughnian, sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired W. I S Kincaid and W. H. Wcaren took feeling? in Col. Ike Dunn's annual fish fry at K so, let us urge you to give Cardui a his farm on the banks of Dix River trial. We feel confident it will help you, last week Theic were about 150 pres just as it has a million other women in ent ami all had "one more time" the past half century. Begin taking Cardui You A bunch ot about half a dorcn joung won't regret it All druggists. nun took possession of the boats of the Stanford F'ishing Club on the lake U'riu I0 Chittuiooft Medietas Co., Ladles Admorr Dstf , ChiKtnoor . Tenn , lor ircui Sunday attenioon and enjoed the (matbook, "Home ing. The officials of the club, howevhilrMim on tour cut and Trutmtnl lor Worctn." In plain wrappsr. ti.C S4 er, arc talking of t,omg before the grand jurv alxjut the matter Miss Maude Carter is at home from Cave Springs. Ga., for the summer. His friends in this end of the counMr. Ld Price, of Lancaster, was here ty regnt to learn that D. H. Fox, Sr., Tuesday to see his brother, Dr. A. S. is threatened with pneumonia and fever at his home near How en. He clean. Piiee. d out hi big spring house a few days Mrs. Fd Wilkinson, and Miss Mabel Mr, Fox is tilt Wilkinson arc visiting relatives in Lib- ago and took n. 'u finest vinevards to owner of one erty, be found anywhere in Kentucky Mr. ami Mrs. F.d Derr. of Harrods-burwere the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Skidmore, of the Mason's dip M. M. Sweeney Sunday. section, has just received word of the Cashier W. M. Hrigl.t. of the serious illncs of his daughter, Mrs. County National Hank, went to Annie Johnson at her home in Grand Clcvc'and, O., eirly this week to at- Rapids, Michigan. If there is no pertend a meeting of the regional hankers. ceptible improvement in her condition Sir Skidmore will probably Miss Florence Dawes and llailey this Dawes, who have ositioiis. with tlie run up there to see her Hastin Telephone. Co., of Lancaster, Dr. J T. Hammonds and It F Kel spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davves, near High- ley are organizing a lodge of Owls in land. Lancaster this week. Dr Hammonds Mrs. J F Farris, after a visit of assisted in the organization of the ktvcral months to her son. Col. George Stanford Nest, which has one )f the C Keller, left this afternoon foi her largest and most enthusiastic memberhome in Danville, Ky. Mrs. Farris ships to be found anywhere. He savspends her winter. Uit n.ui i Kiral-I- v ing nest will be organized in Lancaster attached to Orlando. Orlando, Fla., from present indications. Mrs. a y. 1 Spring Suit of Entertainment The program of Commencement vveik was biougut to a close Thursday evening with tne annual recital of the Music Department It goes without sayint that everv number was thoroughly en joyed by the large audience. This re cital wa given mostly by tlic little folks, and their work furnished abun dant proof of a piogress indeed remarkable. It must be a source of great pride to the patrons of the school and a credit to the school itselt. that the voting boys and gills can furnish an entertainment of such class. To the credit of the department of insttumental music let it be said that from the voungest uo. every number was rendered with a style and expres sion winch bespoke nothing but thor ough and careful training and a cor responding effort on the part of the pu pil. the program was varied with otner verv enjoyable features. The crowning of the Ma) ple, bvthe second grade was accompiisned wim unusual spun The first and third and interest grades also did their work well. Two violin numbers by Messrs. Clarence Singleton and Robert Carter showed that fields of music were being mvad-ded- . Fspccially good was the work of the vocal department. This was a feature of entertainment which every one listen to and tnjovs. and the song by Carlton Walls and Elizabeth Greer, as well as the high school chorus added further pleasure to the evening. Another pleasing feature was the presentation of the medals to Misses Anne Davis McRoKrts and Margaret Shanks for the efficient work during the jeai On the whcle Stanford should be extremely proud of the great work that is being done ir her schools, and no one can deny that the music department occupies an important place in school life. Those who have devoted so much thought and time to the build-iilfeel up of this dchirtment int deeply gratified that their efforts arc being blessed and appreciated by the entire community. MT SALEM McCarty and Mrs, Mrs. Darling John McKinney visited relatives in Stanford last week. Mrs. Sam Danieron cut her hand very badly Monday, which is causing her a great deal of trouble. Mrs. Fliza Ureen returned to McKinney last week after spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Mat-ti- c Vest. .Misses Christine and Kathcrine Cun-i- l i it. of Liberty are visiting their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Danieron Rev. Maddox filled his appointment here last Sunday. There was a large crowd present. Miss Rose Dunn was in Hustonville Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Mattic Vest was in McKinnev Tiiesd.iv afternoon, Mrs.'H. IJ. Flovd and Mrs. F.liia Monday Green were in Htistnville afternoon. Mr M. S Ilurton and family were at rabia Sunday. Miss Nannie McKinney is at home after attending school at Hustonville. Misses Flora and Fnuna Montgomery and Mrs. Mattie Vest were the guet of Mifses Lam a and Ethel Under Saturday afternon. .urs. iiais ejriuer is sick at tins writ ing. Mr I W. McAnmch went to Lin- cinnati last week. A Delightful J. F. Cummins AT COST Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has. sound man- ' agement and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. s. Lin-coi- W K I 1 m Reporter-Sta- r Boone Sam Hi "'lie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ja Rooue, of Highland and Mis Ora Flod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Flovd. south of Stanford, secured license here Mouda and were united in marriage that evening. The bride is a very attractive and popular oitng lady while tho groom holds a nice position in the Q. & C, shops at Somerset. They have many friends who extend heartiest congratulations, Floyd H. F I ewis, the boss straw berrv and fruit grower back of Highland, has put a lot of delicious berries on the market in Stanford within the past week. He says, however, that unless a good rain comes soon, the crop is got ing Ut be very short this season. Mr. Lewis is looking for an extra fine nearh crop this season, and he will have a lot for the local market. Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. La GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Friday, June 5th The Mutual Film Corporation Presents FLORENCE ROBERTS in the Majestic Production -- Mrs. Depp Entertains Mis, J. D, Depp, ot Hustonville, entertained a few of her friends at a SAPHO at opera house Friday night. delightful dining Wednesday. All win were there cujoved themselves very much Mr. and Mrs. Depp's is one of the mot delightful homes in that end of the county. Those who enjoyed the liopitalit of this gracious hostess were Mr. and Mrs. James Powell, Mr. and Mrs. T L. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs, S. l Stephenson, P:of and Mrs. Roll in, on. Rev and Mrs. A. 11. Itaugh, Mr ami Mrs. June Hocker and son and Mrs, Joe Will Rout, SAPHO at ope.a house Friday nigbt. UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. V. D. and Porousknit VM Pi HERE IS WHAT The People's tise What YOU WANT W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ofni nnA Alphonse Daudet's OArllU Masterpiece in 6 reels Stanford Opera House Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell & insure vour urouertv wl'h Bromlev Bromlrv. Stanford. Kv. FOR S VLP In.li.iii .lu.lnm ! W Stanford, Route 1. Phone 41-J. J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'CUry F Dishon, W-- Old Drippin? Springs Graduation uresents at Muellers' iewelrv store. WR1TL me, telephone me, come and sec me jbout your house, carriages, and automobile painting. Paper hanging a specialty. Shop on West Main street Telephone in resilience, No. J. J. 29-tUelden, Stanford, Ky. 6-- R f. v. : ffSSL The famous summer resott is now open for season and newly furnished. I will be in position to give guests first class treatment, first clus, fair and UNDERTAKER AND EM ALU EH good accommodations A first dais livDealers ia ery and feed stable in connection. Rates Mattiflfl, Buss. Fwnl- reasonable. Person deslting rates will turs ExefiMiri fsr aN KM please write me at Crab Orchard, Ky. 01 StMk. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY JOHN D. WILSON, Prop. rzrrm M ir I 8aP UNDERTAKER AND OfftN EftWALMEl Hm M7. Kmw ft M. TANFORt, KENTUCKY. . . THE MTTMHOt JOWtWAt TAWr, KMTTWKT, TliH AT. Com- - JWWl , m AT K. M, 000 acres owned by (he Henry pki ami ha wiH teH yaw that Para WHUe Lead, reinforeetl with Ztae Oxide and Gamutta Linseed Oil in correct prepertieae k the beet paint ta tue. That's the reaeen painter everywhere wee and recommend A SK any " "Your House" it best paint for and valuable as arc the . Bttk prnpertici owned hy the Elkhom Fuel Nat JmI BtM CMet4t4 ky --Sfct FirH Tar' Cnrek Co. even that company owns no property more valuable, not underlaid by The King's Mountain Echo, Kev. J. more inijiortant veifls of coal than will be owned by the Slemp Consolidat- W. Peterson's religious natter miblish- ed Company. Already operations have vd there said last week: The greatest revival that ever was held atn nr Iicruii on some of the properties owned by this company, and as rapidly as the railroad can furnish facilities, and advantagesous lease be made, thousands of acres of thctand owned by the Slemp Company will lie developed What are now desolate waste places will within a few )rars become thriving mining towns; streams along which now are there is rarely heard the sound of human viiice, alt within a few ears will become the abiding places of thousands ot miners. If the people of Lexington, and of the Blue Grass realize what wealth lies under these mountains, what the growth of the next few car will be, there will be the closest tics formed between that section and the Blue Grass, from vhich tics the residents of each section will gain large profit Lexington Herald. Kentucky Fairs. Following are the dates of Kentucky ciutnti fairs. o far as reported! Mt.' Sterling. July 21 . U)S. Harrodsburg. Julv 281 days. Berea. July 29- -3 davs. days, I'niontown. Aug. ravlorsvillc. Aug 4 3 das, 3 dajs. Mt. Vernon, Aug 5 ItiirW.villr, Attjr. dajs. Lcitchfichl, Aug II 1 dav-t- . I'errvville, Aug 12 3 davs. ( Brotihead, Aug 12 3 davs. anceburc. Aug, 124 fj)s. Fern Creek. Aug 12 I dajs. Sanders. Aug 131 davs. Columbia. Aug. 18 I davs. Ilardinsburg. Aug 18 3 dajs. Shciherlsvillc, Aug 184 dajs. Stanford, Aug. 19 3 davs. Lawrenceburg. Aug l' I davs, Elizabcthtown, Aug i$- - dajs, Grayson. Aug 2o 4 dajs. Mav field, ug2o 4 davs. thj-t- . She'lbyvill.' Ahjj Florence. Aug 27 3 davs. Frankfort. Sept davs. 5 iaj. Alexandria. Sept. I'aris, Sept. davs. Rirlxuimllc. Sept. 2 3 davs. Tomiikinsville. Sept. 8 3 days. Hodgcnville. Sept. 8 3 davs! Falmouth. Sept. 9 I dajs. State F'air, Louisville. Sept 14- -0 Horse Cave. Sept 23 I dajs. Glasgow. Sept. 304 dajs. Paducah, Oct. dajs. Murray, Oct. 7 J davs. pany. Important MEAT 1EV1YAL Keftdy for H RsVfTMv To-morro- w? la after la kaaara jaraaak ffMnVT srvt RC XI MljT 8 wOTVa BaM m mil Mi taw lv vmwK Mastic RunT -- THI KIND THAT LASTS" FREE PAINT BOOK Zv7TUmFAotA KorpNiai,LMmKT card slwim-- 45 color You'll be proud of your Ham when it's attractivaly painted with Maatie Palat. Beaidae yoa'll enhance 1( rain and pretact it aaintt th elements. Be ure k'e Mtic Paint end yen wilt reaKce the fulleet Mtawtra ef pat New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford, Ky. FARM AND STOCK NEWS 2 MS BSaBTaBTaVT la4 '?Jfar' - " " "" T' C mmmmWkm&lmmmmmmm)lz:immt&twl BTaTaaTaVPr mWf. vBBBBBBBFfTaBTar jajaaaauasn BTaTaTarS " - PI? ''.taa9rf'" ' pjPPPBlJBPPjaPJW! PARIS grcm at W. II. Higgins.' 44-FOR SALE. 20,0110 Brazilian potato plants, 25c per bundled. W S. 44 Morcland, Ky. FOR SALIC Two Jersey sows and one Jersey bull ready lor service. U. T. p Ashlock, Rowland, Ky. FOR SALE Fine tobaciv iicd; has never been pulled. P. L. Beck, 44-R. D 2. Stanford. FOR SALE. Thirteen pure-bre- d Dtiroc sows, now weaning firt litters. Two fresh jersey cows. A. W. Carpen43tf. ter. .Morcland. Ky. FOR SALE. Splendid small farm, 1 61 acres miles Irom Lancaster, For Ky.. in Lancaster school district. Wiis-liain. 40-4100-fo2 45 11-- 4 fyV BaRfliSHBHBM bHbbIbiIIPlHISbPBH The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24 I 37-- 8 Orand, Waco, Texas. WK are now handling the well known Diering Farm Implements. We have from repairs to a mowing machine to a threshing machine coin, plcte ANo binder twine. Call on us before ou bit). C. II. Carter and Son. 44-t- particulars address Fisher Herring R F D. No 2. Crab Orchard, or Sarr. L. 23 1 14 14 f S5Jrf 1 12. 1A' R. E. Horton and Fred Gooch, of the Wauieslnirg section, bought 2Jhead of cattle of G. B. Brown, of Bandy, ) Pulaski county, at a private price. They win nave tucm on me marKci .Monuay Granville Lutes, of Turner jville, was - Dark bay stallion, 16 hands, foaled miie in 90 days handling. 2.24. The down in Casey county last week and horse, of bought up a drove of 100 pound hogs, Aug. 15 1901. bred at Village farm, Warfield is a truly made '& East Aurora. N. Y. Sired by Dare De-- " grand individuality and bred in lines getting most of them from Murphy & vU 209. He won seven championships, that entitle him to become a sire of note Sharp. The porkers were little fellows at National Horse Show. First dam seeing that he is a son of the ureat weighing an average of alxnit 80 pounds ISTanohtv C.ir l.v Rrx Americtis 232000. race horse and famous nrocenitor Dare each and were bought at prices from sire of Devil 2.09. The latter earned the title six and a half to sevtu cents a pound. four years old. record 2.11 Robert Knox Tarkington, of f!ole, American Belle, three years, record of the "Monarch of the Home Stretch." . .I. ..an..,... old thirt) three 225 pound hogs, to .....1 n f WI1MC Oil INC Hill, dllll rtltVi iiiiiviiiiii list, 2.12 and 2V others in 1 M t!. a '.. to the stud acquired impcrislialile re S P. McDowell, the Danville lnijcr, son of Onward 1411 record 2.25 and 175 nown as a sire. Aot only nave tne at $7.80 per hundred, and bought one of sire of Onward SiKer 2.05 others in 230 list. Onward was sired Dare Deils proved grea race horses the finest mare mule colts in that counmany ty, of W. T. Robinson for $120. Mr. by Geo. Wilkes 1519 2nd dam Diierma but the family has furnished sirrd by Mambrino KinR 1275, sire of noted show ring winners a well as Robinson bought the colt of Charles e0 including Lady of the Manor 2.04, Dare Devil and Mambrino Kins, both Semoiu for $110. show stallions of Messrs Stevens and Lincoln, of 1;4, third dam Dotlet by Nutwood re hemp champion ocrH 2.18 and sire nf lfif) in 2J0 list. 4th ' National fame received more money in Lnchburg, a, were in Lincoln and dam Topaz by Strathmorc 408 sire of the show ring than any two stallions in Boile counties last week, bu)ing up a bunch of brood marcs and geldings 90 in 2.3Q liL Fifth dam Willard by the woild. The Warfield will make the season which they shipped from Morcland to Albion, sixth Dam Ned by Edwin For- -' irgmia. They bought alout 20 head est. 7th Lady Turner by Mambrino of 1914 at our farm the B B. King I place Chief 11. near Morcland, at $J0 to insure in all J. E. Wright, ncar Shelby City, The Warfield is an extra high class j a live colt. Season becomes due when showed them over a considerable porhorse, not afraid of an thing, a high mare is solder parted with; eery tion of the country while they were and as well broken as any horse I caution taken but not responsible 'for here. I W. L. Yancey, secretary Owen Coun- in and nut of the stable, has a good , accidents should any occur. coat and carriage nice head and tail. Good grass can lie furnished at $2 ty Wnol Hrnu'eri' Ascrwintinn rff-t- rt tiie sale of the Owen county pool to R. He is a sure trotter. He stepped a ' per month. I Leslie Combs, the Lexington dealer, THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT aiium .j,ift.iu iHHiuus ai a private price. At the same place we will also stand jennet sired by George Tarkington's The pooled wool of Grant county, about Peyton's our fine, big jack Tolbert at $10 to in- Napoleon jack. dam was 40,000 pounds, was also sold to the sure. Tplbert is three years old. 15 S Hanks jennet sireo Dy rtuttuuaue-rar- s same dealer for delivery at Dry hands high, black with white points jack. Dudderar's jack's first dam and .Mason. Uoth lots were sold and fine bone and weight. Tolbert is was Blain's jennet sired by Brignolia. sealed bids and Mr, Combs was th by Peyton and out of Clumsey, whose See Tolbert before breeding your mule successful bidder. i first (lam was Woodson Montgomers C. L. Pemberton, the Elizabcthtown horseman, rectutly sold M. BACK & SONS, MORELAND, KENTUCKY I to Illinois parties u C. geld I ding by Red Rex for 5U0. Mr PemPHONE 68-HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE. green mare by the berton alo bought same sire for $300. Dr. T. F. Cleaver sold to W. G. Shropshire, of Winchester, and Mode Nichols, of LexingS. C. R. I. Reds S. . Wkite ton, each a Red Rex gelding for $250. Have won first prizes at Louisville. (State Fair)' Hopkinsville, Richmond wauc tiros., sold to .Mr. femlierton a Danville and Stanford, in 1913. My birds are not only prize winners, but Red Bird gelding for great egg machines. Ten pens mated, eggs ?t reasonable prices. Write for $AX). Lebanon Enterprise. mating list and show record. Also Fawn Indian Runner ducks eggs Col. D. K. Karris, of Crab Orchard. for sale. Ked cockerels for sale at $2 to $5 each. A. C Hill, Stanford. Kentucky, who is attending circuit court as a juror, says that he has found the best remedj he know of for weak and yellow tobacco plants, and that is tobacco fertilizer. He has a nice bed which begun to yellow, and he was undecided whether bugs were the cause or what the trouble was. He spread a lot of fertilizer over part of the bed which had begun to yellow .and was delighted to observe that the plants soon turned green and fresh looking again and arc as good as any that con be found. 4, T 64 To Mammoth Cave Tuesday, June 23. A personally conducted two dajs' outing. Round trip railroad fare from Stanford. $4 35. Rooms reserved at the Cave Hotel including boards and trips in the Cave for $5.50 making the total cost $K5. Special coach on regular train 4.40 A. M Write or plume L. & X.. agent 44 6t .. -- around King's Mountain, Ky., Co our knowledge, is going on now, conducted by Gen. James L. Dclk, of ToncU. Has., and Rev. E. F. Adams of Deca. tur, Ilk The Rev. gentlemen opened up the rcvivil in the Christian ebiirch anil the meeting was conducted there two weeks, and lat .Monday the meeting was moved to the M. E. Church which has mi extra room where the mourn- en and workers can be atone, uwav frimi the looKcrs-on- , and have a better chance to pray through to God. Neither church is large enough to scat the people comfortably. The preaching Is done by Rev. James L. Dclk. Rev. E. F. Adams is a great altar worker and singer. People arc coming to the meet, nigs from miles avvaj. Rev Mr Dclk is a peculiar preacher and conducts his meetings somewhat odd from othci evangelists. Sometimes lie is m the pulpit, sometimes back in the crowd, and at other timet he tsou (op of the organ or pulpit preaching, He is a convcrttd show Ihjv. and no one that hears him doubts his expert tine lie nas nad in the show, these itiictiiigj will close next Sunday night. Rev. Dclk is a sin fighter on all the meetings There have been six or seven preachers attending the meeting besides the pastor of the M. E. Church, and Mr. Dclk, comes down on sin with all the iHiwcr God gives hint. Where-eve- r the preacher finds sin he tella it, whither in the church or out of the church, in the socictj or out of the Rev. Sjiii Jones of old, or Billic .Sunday, has never fought sin anj harder than this man Dclk . Rev. Mr Dclk was born on the Kentucky am Tennessee State Line near Mbany, Kj-.- , grew up in the mountain, where his people made moonshine vhikj'. He left home when a boj and joined to the circus show and was a show hoy for two years and a half, and at Slicrlcy, Tenn, on July first 1703, he was saved in a Bapti't revival meeting, and on first of ug ut, I'AU he was consecrated to God and was sanctified, and third night ot August 1903 he started out preaching. He has juitc an experience as a young evangelist. On last Saturday night while this revival was going on in the Christian church, aliout half pat ten, the workers were kneeling around the altar with the mourners, when some one shot into the church. The ball passed through the wall, struck the ceiling overhead shattering some plastering down onto some of us at the altar, glanced and embedded itseif in the far wall, What a burling shame that a town has sucb a reputation for lawlessness that rowdies can come here from a distance and do such things without getting caught up willi I hive not the time now to punlish some things that ought to arouse everv good citiien to rise up in their might and put down lawlessness in our midst. 1&aj.1a wa STOCK EDICD rir iTB nam, nv av aaa IllTlf "ELSHaHTO I Hi lati I pa R,P.lXNst, OTffH HtWa Mty aMC flM aU -- tMaalBIBBl. -" I H 1 9t P" ttm -- T i Carroll Pretton 4383 Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white; eight jreart old; 16 haadi SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington 54, by Cromwell 7J by Washington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam, I.ady Pent by Forest (2163); 3d dam, Daughter of Garrard Cliiel,(-'J5- J) 4lh dam daughter Borie'a Gray Eagle. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I have facilities for eating for mates teat to me from a dlstaact and will futnith good grass and the best of personal attention. In all caiei a lien will be tetained on foal for service fee, according to law. Fees become immediately due and insurance Is forfeited if rrares are removed from state or bred to another horse Care taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection of all my horses and will guarantee satisfaction in all my dealings. He will stand at Nunnellcy'i Stock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. nt M W. O. WALKER BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechuniciun in charge of ro- all kinds Vulcanizing. Pair work of SUPPLIES FURNISHED and PRICES REASONABLE i at i . Tobacco Hail SAPHO at opera house Friday night. rl' ,1 1 pre-act- or Insurance Protect your crop with an old strong company. T; C. Hays Foster about the Hartford policy well-know- n nB and other cblckdlas. On Oc bottle raakei IS (allona of medicine At all drutglata. Sample and booklet on "Disease of Fowls" aent FREE, aarhoa: laaMdy Ca. Uslarka, af MOM mum CUM down a chick's throat core ape. A few drops In the 5 rinktnc water cures and prerenu cholera, diarrhoea Lincoln Garage Co: Phone 203 STANFORD, KENTUCKY l five-gaite- SAPHO at ope.a house Friday night Z, j Ws ad OnmgtMs. , four-)ear-o- ld Mr. Farmer: When you come to Stanford, day, don't fail to see that "INDIANA SILO" on the Eubanks' lot, near L. & N. Depot. Give me fyour order fearly. I have sold 31 during April and May. "THERE IS A REASON." . Montil 1 $:AmWiJU3Mmwmmmwmwmmmmlm. vTlusbiGliggggggagggggggggggggggV 1 could talk it would recommend the Ford. The jnan who obeys the voice of econo mv invests his dollars in the Uni- TT ! 'l verseut'en. ne Knows 11 serves nis every purpose best and at lowest cost. Buy yours today. -- If your pocket-boo- k Shake Off Your Rheumatism Now i the time to get rid of your rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e cent bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and how quickly oui rheumatic pains ne disappear. Sold by all dealers. rwllPgffiH SEASON 1 -- 1 1 $500' Is the price about, the touring Detroit, complete Get catalog and of the Ford runcar is $550, f.o.b. with equipment. particulars from McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agtnts for Lincoln and Catay Countiaa. Prar'illy Unknown county Between Fleming, Letcher and Jackson, Breathitt county, there are numerous mining developments, and .vet that territory has hardly begun to be known. Along the L. & E. lie thousands of acres owned by the Fuel Co., and thousands owned by various companies that will soon be consolidated into the Slemp Company. To Kentuckians the Slemp Company is one oi the mott interesting and to Kentucky will in time become one of the most important of all the coal companies in the state. The various companies which will be comprised in the Slemp Consolidated would have already brought o had it not been for the long anil the death of John Mayo. Into this company will be put the prop, trty of some 31.000 acres owned liy the Haley company: tome 30,000 acres owned by the Slemp Co., some 25,000 acres owned by the Kentucky River Development Company; and some 5,- Elk-horp ill-n- An Empire of Weilth W. P. KINCAID, District Agent 1914-- 1914 li All Peavine 4092 Public Sale House and Lot. AS EXECUTOft OF THE ESTATE OF MRS. E CEASED, I WILL OFFER FOR SALE Sire Rex Peavine 1796 Dam Lucy WelU 6404 Champion Sire of the Wprld. Go to the records, don't take any body's word. Hit produce have won more priies and havt told for belter pricei than any italllon in Kentucky Why not breed Into the family that hai produced the cbampioni of the world for the latt decade, auch as Edna May, Haiel Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana of the Lea, Rexall Punce, Jaquelina, Jacqullne, Jaque, Prince.! Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many otheri. This la unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavine and remem-te- r that the colts of Mrs. Lowndes, ahe has sold for the unprecedented prices of 13,000 and 11,500 are out of a mare by Rex Peavine. Draw your own conclusion, and breed to a horse of the most popular bloodlines at a living prici. t Fee $40.00 HIGGINS, DE- It ktare LWiaf Cak-- ui a Geei Oae Monday. June 8, '14 AT 2 P. M., IN FRONT OF THE COURTHOUSE DOOR, A HOUSE AND LOT ON WEST MAIN STREET NOW OCCUPIED BY MISS BESSIE RICHARDSr BOUNDED ON THE EAST AND SOUTH BY M D. ELM ORE, ON THE WEST BY J. W. ROUT, ON THE NORTH BY MAIN STREET, TO THE HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER. THIS PROPERTY IS CENTRAL-LLOCATED, 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. t, 1914 OR SOONER IF VACATED. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. Y R. S. SCUDDER, McKlNNEY, KENTUCKY $ Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES Imm kfci 9m Mflltilmi. Vmn taw XvurBHHwr ck la Mr saw MUch 41 Roots A Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES t "STJafaf M AlLBrutlU. H faioMi Rt0Mi HOTv aM UHIMllWMIMiUMtt. irtUi. Far vAflM9A9v mr ,V4Ja4BJnTT tfe Vaaal ( Hum IXmmm. ruwUy't ha BwW--O Bw' TrtitaMt. IIM . Ma lNtoUjdrtCowberIJatei M BkUjMk'iCiwMS0ie.Fricl.3tai MW fw5SnEESrAw7I!r! MIMT aUBMMM MMAM . Pf TA JACK AUMUUM btffara' inta Mart, MMfari, Btkala HIDES "SKINS JOHN WHITE AGO. LaMllAftflUAat KV (lauraR-M- Ky. W.H. Era. Ja 7a fWfta.iyaaiiN esxaiaaiaa or aWVllOwvVla Xx- OoBOnde4 aeemrdiay U U Mgiaal an Saeiaaa ot nkarll. arkU J1UUTI .aseea, isi vow-vMUHUK, 10 tb trOAtcntnt of auauui ailasaaU.. XaUns4 la ta SsiMe. TawMaBUaTartiaaiU. Mm wnnmomj.Twu. 99SMMQM MTB, far to Xi-aaaas aauas vsir. H JWU amffftat, r WMa a oj OOX-OKrA- &: . MM UXt Mm AMmiii AlhiKCa. Tua,ina tasr vUMPft MMaMQjgaMaaM Mrs. CHARLIE W trTara"" WHITE-MOO-N V,N M RTPsPlevy .n- Hi - .