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BIO The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, Thli Paper Stop la up Watch the Data Ob Label art Eeaew Your Subscription Promptly, Wkta Year Ttan KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE r 3, 1914. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS wv H MLLINt FOR (ML TO DAMAGE IN WEST END USES OEESE TO HOE COTTON Charley Lutes Tries out Novel On Hit Big Plantation Plan RAISED State vmrmmr x !' " aaaaaaaaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBB Are LLHaaaBaafiaflatslattamall1! Tlic proposition of training monkcts Hustonvil)lc, June 6. Grand Jury Returns Bunch of IndictThe total. citulitcil saluc 0 all proVety Bright to Find a Big Pool This section was visited last Mon- - Jo pick cotton has often bicn discussed perty in kentucky suhjiit to assess-'.I1,'ment Against Local Negroes, In Lincoln County tl.t hv imaginative writers in the southern hv one of the cviuing worst " Ctiunly Assessors Is $8M,2;j,. wind Morm that was ever witnessed h) states, hut it has remained for .1 trans- 8.W for 914. which is Charging Vagrancy high$IHA!J Drilling for oil 011 an extensive ami any of the oldest citizens of the Wist planted Kcnttiikian, who is making .1 er than for 191.1. 'Ibis was an increase scale will start in Lincoln i.mi it came like a oclonc from the hiK success of cotton planting in North of SIK.42HJIS over the assessed alua-Ho- n s)stcmatic A jury in Circuit Court this week, north. west with an awful forre nidi Carotin 1, to put geese to active and V liar ot sW5,45,02.l. 'I he county tarly next week. M returned s verdict in favor of Alvm laid trees, in its path in great number profitable work in bis fitlds of cotton of r.(iialiiation, of which State Hoard I ailgctt, Assessor Lb of Wayncsbtirg. this county, nard, of llartfonl, OI110 count), a Lot of damage to fences was done. The 'I Ins is what Charles Lutes is doing Kiniiid), of Lincoln count), against the Cincinnati. Ntw Orleans is one oil operator of western hail was something firue while it at his big plintation cutside Ooldsboro, the secretaries, completed its work of fcml Texas Pacific Railroart Co. and for lias In en in this section, since lasted, almost stripping the trees of N C, according to report brought back compliij its nport 'Ihursila) Land ,. LS!v ?3,(KX) for the loss of a leg Padgett was bbbbbbbbbbbbbI loliage, in inanv plaies doing here bv Win. Wilcher, his XVVN early in J.inuan, working out the thtir assissmints were increased b) the iniplovcd by the railroad ami three great .J&M ix.i 3tVis 011 alaBBBBBBBBBV ' the V structural work ami kcoIok)' of an an had!) damage to The fruit Grapts were former bornewho Limoln a 1s1t to his Hoard from $J5l,o25.4.W to SJr4 5llVJ5 . J car aR., while working at Lexington, a WSv.Maf"''?, in lam.iKtd (won was flooded county f' assessmint of town lots from ffXi'M),. iost a limb by an explosion of dvna-nu- 'c LbbbbbbbbbbbbV fm4'v ticlinc in tlic wesiirii part of thW counwith water ami mud ami it lookul 52 to $2";,.'00,o5o and pcrsonalt) trom Mr Wilcher si)S that Mr. Lntis 'S?$M 'MJ; Hu attornc)s, George D. FloraBBBBBBBBBBBBBB , t. ty, on the farm of Adam W Carptu-u- r. verv murli IiLi . il,u..l "... ,, kieps a drove of 142 geese which he - 1111 to 5119.W7.U8 1.1. " PBBBBBBBBJ llaasBmLw " ence, of Stanford, and Harding and The dog 'I Ins witk he brought in a stanlite streets were impassible turns into his cotton fi.dd. JMHlBBM W Tt tax amounts to $W.i,(M), and exemptions aa I ii aaaaBBBBBBBS "' ',;l"v,"c. drought suit for ffBBj I dard nu ami string of tools ami drill aioiif in ironi 01 w II Lairs More cultivators ami that they do much bit to JW),758.049. The rciKirt of the hoard aaaaBBBBBBBn J?' tlamages and the ease was 1 rBJaBBKism -inu will start witlnn the next few cl.i).. nut otih licked a verv little of uittinv ter work 111 cleaning out grass and 011 comities in this section of the state BB hard fought in court this week, with the sBBBBBBBBBBBBBBLjaBBBBsv BBBBBB&K 1 V 1I .Ilirry A. .Mount-)- , ticintl) ol Yt.i)nc up in his store Quite a titunbir of the wteds than the same number of mgroes is as follows. result that Padgett gets $5,(XX) far the .oiiitl) oil fidds, is doing the contract sii.ine tries on .Mam strict wtre blown roiild do with hois 111 their hands. For loss of his limb. '"' jar !BlBBBBWBfeBV4vj' Amt of A Ba down or brokin down and to add to the oine reason or other, the work ssesscil Lipializnl Tax geisc will County ivsl,ry awar,,c'1 M- Ora Hrackett PF;' WssBBWV flBaaBBBBaT" V 1T Mr llarnanl, who 11 thoroughly dair .. ?2.0lO.J4(l S2.lOWi8 SI4,IU.l JLtKlO on a policv which her husband, incitement the imwir home for light not touch the cotton phnts, but having BBBBBBBV ami successful oil man, thinks of the Wralherforil Hotel was found I'liii Miirimsuy kern awav trom green ndirsou 3,l'Ai.59J the late Ora Hrackett held in the ModJ.lWw9J !.;.? highly of the prospects of locating .1 to be on fire and under great headwav food of and sort, they make short work Hell .... , 5,o8.1.7.W ern Iirothcrhooil of America. The or0242.246 .11.211 I lour 1011 large xhi1 underlying Liiuoln county whin discoverul The acit)luic can had of aiutlimg the in the field The 10,445.8') 10,445.8'A) der tcfused pavment of the policy on 82,229 lie s.i)s that the prcliminar) structure become wit b) the rising water and are dividid out into sipiads withgicsc Ho) It .. .942,542 9.496,807 47.484 the gioimd tint the stipulations; with twi work show .1 er) pronounced arch of sit the whole busimsj on fire, which or thnc men as drivers behind them, C'ascv . . 2 2H2.763 2.4HI.1.XJ regard to p.i)mcnt of premiums had not 12,40.1 imi!,tr to the famous Glenn eaued considerable n fnlij exult mint, for mil tht) are sent into the cotton fields Clark .. 12JJ2.5J5 I2.7J7,(A. been complied with, but the jury held 0.1j,f)88 kh)1 in Oklahoma ami other pools of ever)lKiil) was iximiing it to blow up rn Clay . 2.027.212 that Mrs. Hrackett was entitled to the 2,027.212 empty craws, right biliind the 184.108.40.206 f that state, Illinois, Ohio, Pimisvlvatiia and no one would vtnturc to go close Clinton .. 1.295.901 1, 408 88.1 cultivates, and do the 7,044 policy upon her husband's death Mrs. to the burning tilant Fnnlh I Win is riitiirid of them thorough.) work that Cumb'laud 1.785.051 ami other jil fields, which havi prov-Hrackett was represented bv Attornc) 1.945.105 9.725 and ''" BBBBBBBB I large producers He has figur-i- d Whieltr came down with bis BBBBBBBBBBB viry d.irrard , 6i2().2)2 0 020.202 J N Sum Icrs. 1J.101 the anticline here, to lie ahoul om chemical can and in a short tune had The grand jury has been verv busy Mr Lutes was one of the lust known Harlan .. 4.187,044 4..V.881 2I.8J4 ami a half to two mile in width ami the fire under control so tint a luickit BBBBBBBBbV BBBBBBaaBBBBvJksr lessamine 7,51 MOJO this wees:. Tite feature of the indict-ncn- ts VBBJBJB'1 .17.52(1 7.501.0.10 BBB cattle mil mule dealers Keiiltukv Knott , nine to tin miles long, uliich will cover brigade could ixtinguisli the fire with- before hinting in North hat the) have brought in so far 2J27.270 2,.12770 n,6.Vi Carolim n a (onsidiralde Icritor) in the wt stern out any trouble I is the large number agiinst negroes of ...4.125,942 fiw )t.irs ago and Liq is making the kno 4.125.942 'I he gtntral part of Lincoln county The storm greatlv 1l.11n.1enl corn Laurel ...220.127.116.114 Stanford for vagnncv Two murlcr in2.8.U.404 14.167 suite success he did trrml of the axle of this anticline 4 all of which will have to be disked on .1 largtr there thatHe has here and Lincoln .. 7.026 871 7.020871 dictments have been returned, one .15.1.14 scale. rtcintl) Marion .. 5.29.1200 said to he about 45 degrees northwist over .mil plantul over A J. Wulille bought more plantation against Roy Stewart and the other SM 2(K) 20.400 land and now I southwest an against Wm Routcn. In investigating Miffi'iul a scvire loss of trops and has holdings amounting to aUuit l,(X) .Mircer 7.964.248 7.904.248 Photo copyright. 1911. by American Press Association. .W.821 Major A I! Florence of Stanford, land ami 11 would be bird to the Carr killing, the grand jury ques0 796.574 . 1.98.1 all )ing close to GohlslKiro Hi Montc'trv 6.529.4i4 ulio lias had niucli experience in this loss Paul Jessie, who lives at tstunate jicrcj. tioned, 1 number nf ist.nnfnr.t ......nn. Pulaski. 5.706..V.8 5.907.255 the toll 298.16 (jmtc a large acreage in WVJ) work in tlic wjjnc county lielils, is gite house, was rim mil .if In. Iih.. seison and looks for a heavy cotton this Itoikcastlc I.7.?2fi6 anil it ilevelnnrit llmt mnu f (..... I.7.UW. 8.66.1 crop. Mr. Sh-lThis photograph of Brigadier General Funston was taken on the assisting Mr llarnird Great interest b) the water and had to take his sick Wilcher no visible means of support, and .18.104.22.1680 LUI5.119 irana jhivc 60 576 plank sa)s. of a thuixport rn ho was nliont to ro ashore at Vera Cruz. Spincer ..2,53K( it being manifested here over the pros. wik to ruile Jissc Huston's 1 bc mud 2778.199 1.1.891 Funaton .inn moMng iiirtiicr into the matter indictments were brought in against Iietl of Kcttinu a gusher and opening was fearful in W O Spctd's )ard and la) lor ....I.8.M.455 1.884.455 9.422 la in charge of the Ameritnn forct-- t at Vera Crux. EXTRACTS FROM ROAD LAW up a lug field in this countv C ittrcnt it was almost impossible to git out of Will Lc. Charley Ihushman. Robert Wavne ....1.588 746 .1 727.156 18 6.15 are giving Mr Barnard ami his imn the house Mr Jcssc Huston suffered Crow. Joe Havdcn. Fields Salter. Clns. Wlutlev . 4.9.M01.t 5.22S.949 26. 1.10 DID A BIG YEAR'S WORK faSHORT NEWS NOTES Hocker and Jeff Hrvant. The penalty considerable loss aho All of his fenc- To Bc Sent Out to Road Overseers By Woodford 1LHVM7 11.32J.947 tviry encouragement and 56 619 cility st their command for all realize ing and ever) thing that was loose was prescribed Jiy law for conviction of Fiscal Court McCrcary I,)7,810 l,744J')l 8,722 vaprancv. is imnrisnntnrnf or f.'n nr what it will mean to tins count) to washed down against the hedge at the How A. Norris Taught In School Here far the Interstate Commerce l.i'M a rich oil field in its midst Willi pile in a pile and made a i.reailful LEXINGTON commission should be permitted to go loth the imprisonment to be at hard Koad ovtrstirs to handle the workBUSINESS MAN And Graduates From State the L & X . and Cincmuili Southi rn diking sight to behold Hail in piles ing ot the dirt roads in the examination of the records of Iilmr. Lincoln Indictments were alo returned by the railroads luith running through the in- la) on the north side of W C Flovd's will be appomtid nextinwick. The countv Has Fine Chance to Get on Reserve Among the Kraduating class of State a railroad was the subject of a long lisca'l dicated field, ami with the pipe line barn six or eight inches deep until the court lus urdcrid Cnivtrsit) at l.iMngton this wnk was dtbate before the Senae Interstate Brum! jury against various parties for Bank Directory, Says W. M. Bright extraits from the selling liquor in local option territory, from Va)ne touiitv onl 25 mm. ill) at nine o'clock aiHiut next road law printul and a top) will Itobtrt A. Norris, principal of the High Commerce Committee. a nnle earning concealed weapons, disturbing ol Ircated here wouhl J A Hammonds. I. V P.ir.t M In suit to cull ovirvitcr, togitlur with While arresting the alleged ihool at Stanford. Prol. Norris rtceiv-i- d religious worsbin. hrr.irh nf 1, Cashier W. M. Hrigbt, of the Lincoln lie in a most aiUantageoiis imsitinti and I! Caroii. M F Hirrin and of a liquor 'j'oint" in shttp-ki- u "1 lie of his lots oi a prnr the means of bringing a large othirs Milfirit! hiavil), but those nun. notite the roadapiKimtnietit. will extracts Count) National Hank, returned Thurs-dj- ) )iurins hard work aftir putting hisin in. worth, kan, J. It. Codding, Leaven an I burclirv. from of former law whnh be suit fudge Hardin sustained a demurrer from Cleveland. Ohio, where he at- struetioti in the Highlioth with amount ol htisincts to tins community iioiuti are tlic one most damagid S out as tollows' f..r Sthool here anu Sta'e Wardm and now tended a mietmg of tht regional reserve M Owms had a barn blown down cepiiig up his studies at the Umvir- - thc prohibition forces was shot and entered hv attorney for the member as Extracts From the New Road Law banks of this of the fiscal court ind the county ,oad district, the two Stan- jii.. isurns nan stvtral TRYING TO WIN BULL MOOSE lid Jjmes Cash here on the Anh I'rve seriousl) woundid . ihe lollowing paragraphs are exfarm Ibeodore Mason, who lives on tracts from the New Koad Law It is ford national banks both bung nitm-lur- s lonp'ite at the C'mvtrsity studies to Directors of the New Haven rail engineer to the indictments against bifore of his A. II. degree, whin he camp road mav take the stand before the thrm charging them with neglecting to Republican Leaders Hold Pow Wow In lbs ptoci, was coining this wa) witn uopul and inlievtd that the road ovtr-sur- s givm a this district. Mr. llright was most cordial vvihome and In little N)v for slultir, but the storm Interstate Commerce Commission ami lyoperlv work the roads. This throws :ipH inted will live up to the law L"iM,."Vord to Louisville Dr. Davison on Hand 'Ihe local banks vvitl verv iihool last vear u'aUl '" the High contradict some of the testimony giv-i- n the case on tof court here but an was so severe that it kipt tliuu from m evtr) particular, and that tin) will He rtnivid pcrmis. was taken bv the Commonwealth's b) formtr President Mellcn. gitlmg to tluir destination and perhaps rtipnrf their hands to put in a fud d.i)'s probabl) supiort Hon Thomas A. 3"u 10 uu irivate work here uliiln r.ir. Com'is, of Ltxingtoii as tandidatc tor r)ing 011 his teaching, ttornevs to the Court of Appeals. Judge R 1. Davison, one of tlic saved thtir lives Out of the little 1mi)s work, ami mat tin) will not Mrs. A. H Hvans. of New Vork--. and riortid to rtluru a the Class II directorate of the rcpubli-tin- s tound a barrel mar ili- - Imm Milvr.ul. wludhorsts of the " restrvt the C hand on tluir road who has not put in at stated ptnods. and wus sdtctid prisulcnt of the Inde Danville Murder Mystery Unsolved of Kentiicke. went to Louisville, id ii'to it to knp from being biatm lull time An) ovitsctr. who returns bank 'at Cltviland Ihe Class A diric-lor- s passtd the examinations with flvmg dimiiut Ordir of King's Daughters made up of bankers and it was colors vv luth bv the hail Wcdncsda) night, to attend a conferire N'otliniL' nf tin a hand as bavin,; workul full tune, tntitled him to gradua- and Sons at the annual convention in As time wears along the m)stery in y ence of repuMiean leaders, the olijrct of of this storm his iver lit. fore hem sicn whin 111 fact the h mil has not put full ritognutd as impossible that a tion. His work in Ihe High Sthool is New York. murder of Little Zelma Voung deepbanker could be ilecttd vlucli wis to prep ire a program reGurdit Singh, the rich Hindu pan ol :tic lount) (Jmte a tune :s (.mil) of pirjur), and liable to lead ens, and no one can now sad to have been verv snti.f.rfnr i..l Class H. directors are made up of conceive of, garding the senatorial and congression- number of narrow escapes from beuik im ittiiiiut and punishment acconlmglv . his 375 count r men, who few in town knew that while ei, and a business mm, and Class C. directors ue was ver) sought admission to Canada as Hrit-i- li whv she was killed or who committed al races, to wlndi the Progressives ol hint arc iiportul Luikilv no 0111 was ! 1 lie doing such good work there, be set I'iscal Court of any are nainid bv the tli horrible crime, sa)s the Dinville Fedtral Reserve was also conuilitint' bis stifi.c hi subjects, are about to sail back to Messenger tin State could he induced to agree injurttl to any extent Win McKinney countv may rupnro all able lioditd The police and countv Die Louisville Herald, the Hull Moose reenved a unshed thumb nail b) a male iijims ot the lount), ovtr 18 ami Hoard The banks of the district are State University prcparator) to secur- Indian. continue to run dow.i every clew, organ in Kentuik) had these refer-inc- large hail stone hitting him while he under 50 )c.irs of ai.e, txtept lictnsid dividid into thne groups ami each ing the imith covtttd dmloma. Surd The French Government will fur- no matter how trivial, hut to date have nish Col. Roosevelt with a special was endeavorunr to bold ln to the meeting li.rv.. mmisttrs of the gosptl. and titizius of jn up will be iicrnmttd to vote for one tnergy and determination will win placing him on the same footing found absolutclv nothing worth while. The proposition to divide honors in which would have run oil if Mr tune, and the mail) friinds this incorporate towns and titles, to pro. dirictor 111 tach of the first two class-i- s. lmost everv day some wild rumor is the State will come tin for final and in In- - trip as that of a former rultr. had not stood right at its head side thimselvis with nictsary tools joung man has The seviral candidates nanml for the ev.inu vvarniist made in Stanford will Harry K. Thiw's case has readied stirtrd. such as confessions, damag-i- n definite action Tiiesda) afternoon, Man) olbirs had similar expiniiucs and inipliniinls and to work 011 the congratulations g evidence, upon tb'" Supreme Court on an appeal Messenger is and other gossip, but The Itadirs said, when emissaries nn) he with their horses James Clo)d s.()s publit roads of the loimtv not exuul-m- g ibnctorslnps are named m a Cleveland the successful culmination of his scar told bv the officers that dispatch as follows. fioill the Federal Court drrisinn cliostn to appro ich f (tr) hard work. Ue will be b the l'rogrcssive tint the damage to the farm he is on two d.i)s in a wctk, 'and si- days they have absolutely nothing by which Itobtrt M. Dardrap. of Pittsburgh; in Stanford again this fall, njiifc bis ixtraditinn to New camp. is hard to eslim-il- i :is it Mill i.l.. , 11 a viar, and in eases of cmergiiic), having been to stirt a chain of evidence. It now Outside of eight or nine members of long time to btubl it tip again, tb 'he ovirsiers may rupon- - the load William S. Itowe, Cincinnati, J br H. Farly. noted leper, was and principal of its high school. looks as though the lmit.il murderer in Washington, the State Central Couunittie ami a ilainapc will run up into hundreds of hands to work a gnater iiumbir of Thomas H. Wilson ami C A. Paine, of where he will escape the hanging, Lev L. L. Powell, of Louisville, deor number who were recently rciirtd from dollars. davs in an) weik or )ear Am such Cltviland, were nominated for Class livered the address to the graduatiin,' was stopping at the. same hotel with the stake, which he so richlvburning at deserves. of the first group fat PnKr.il johs. the attendance was class, of State, which was the largest th; Vice President. Wl cat helds in the traik of the hail citizni may turnish an able 'Uidietl H, dirtctors in the larFor tlic Lionel Rrovin, the voung son of Mnall 'll the llistorv of tile instltlltinn mini. lie almost ruined Iits of tin m arc not subslitue to work in his place A da)'s gtr group,Cliss News of the Churches I he mreling the nominations was kilfed when the include Itr.'iijr 149 vo'ung men and women Fol. Jack Ilrown was called to order work for suth hands shall be light worth cutting Some tohaico bids Preaching at Christian Itockimrt. church at John W McC'ulloch. (the lug distiller of intinl) ruinid under the canvas were hours The Fiscal Court, in its discre- 'I homas A. Combs, of Lexington, Ky., lowing the eloquent address of Dr. i home ol Ins father, near Mr Ov.rnslioro) tiuwiie Sunday. 1110ng others present Herring say his is an entire loss and tion, ma) pa) the hands so ordired to Htnr) M. Garliek, Youngstown, ana I,.i. .11 alr...;.l.,.,. ii i v e nirti'r W.H . .nestroved bv a rv clone-. . j tiiitni 11 to the graduates. Harry Could), Clevtland Revival services will start at tha ihousand delegates are ex- were aw irdtd the diplomas J I" Itosvvorth of Mnldlis-boro- , will have to plants places to ""m ii me roans a rcasoua e coin- The stcontl gn.up iioiiimattd W. A. Manford Baptist next and Charles L Scholl. of Louis- set out his crop Mr II otherI.tigh lost pitisation per da) for all, or part of wno'ii rcceivcil liathelorMlegrees . ... , . V,,"""V 'ii, W ,luuu"' evtning, with Dr. church Larly, Sunday (iraham. Sidiiev, O, for Class A. and ana twenty master decrees. Six hnn M. D. ville I'd It Milltr. of I'aducah. John .W fine chickens Mrs pastor ,,..ii.i. 3 nuitii opens of the hcurch, Lair lost one tiitir work. assigned I!. L. McClain! Cmnfield. O. and C. orary degrees were Cliuagc June 9. siuua. doing the preaching W McC'tillodi. of OvsrnslNirii nv one Mm P bin ami ilnckeiis that she has mver conferred as folto work on .1 null. II Higley, Corry, Pa, for Class It lies s: Judge A. M. Dignts were presented to sevent)-fou- r Services will be held tach morning from Uasvvtll. of Hirdmsburg. J M Chillie road who shall, wilhout J. Cochran, Ma)S-sdl- e. r.m.iv (tahain loumi HI to 11 o'clock and in the evening graduates of the Southern Uap-tia farmis a banker, ton. Itichard P Inn st. Former Gov the Rev. F L. Powell and Gen. (..ink ns were badlv damat'eil in fail to appiar with proper unpiimuits, er and business manMcClainHagley a '1 hcological Seminar and F Willson. W Marshall at the an- from 8 to 9. All arc invited to attend 'eorge Harries. Louisville, the Hon. llullitt. some plates and will have In be til.nii. and do good work thereon, after hiving these services. William llevhurn. Charles T Hillard. bun notified for two days b) the offi-t- tr manufacturer. nirk'daie Hamlitt and Prof. Charles I nual comn'incenicnt. Itiv. W E. Arnold is at home after The Clavton Anti-truGroup three stltctcd S. H. Rankin, Hill Josiph Conklmg. Judge Nick Vaiiglun. cu over was having supervision of the road, or president of the Cmtral Nor- The cloud burst was about thnc miles by some South Charleston, (), banker and It L James, Itti) Wllhoite. George W School, of Oklahoma, each LL. D, ', Jx'".r1IU,;V in Committee of the Whole three weeks stay in Oklahoma Citv in ,,nu,c aml la"d aside awaiting attindance upon the General Confer-inc- c wide, south of us tin re was but little him to one authorized in writing bv of the Ohio Hankers' Association degree, and George H. Care). Pluladel- - ' ll; Long, I) II (1 Ross ami Louis give suth notice, shall, on trial of the M. E. Clmrrh. Smith of George Htitchuis rain and plowing in the corn fields was and lonviction, before a justice of the for Class A. and A. II Patrick. Savlcrs. ulna, rnd Lexington, degree michanici! 13 r" ,!.'.e' scarsel) stopped The wind blew the pcaie or count) judge, he thotisanil I more men are the Danville Messenger. He reports former postmaster of Lawrtnirhurg, fined for ville, K).. fur Class II, Mr Patrick is ingineermg. leaves against C P Hrown's house tath dav he so fails nieded for work in the Missouri, Kan- a great meeting of the General Coufer-tnci- 1 in coal lands and farming lltiirj ansint.iif Fdmnntnn, William to work two dol- intt rested so hard that they were still Making lars and fill) sas and Oklahoma wheat fields. and was much impressed with the and was former!) a United States deHenry Jones, former ixistmastcr Dr. Willis Leaves Crab Orchar of ctnts Tin tbriad trust was dissolved under reill) marvelous growth of Oklahoma puty marshal. dlasgovv.C M Harm tt. iditor llart on tlnre the next morning Sic 80 For each road Dr It. L. Willis, for the last two and a tunc of the Fediral Court in Jer-se- v City Among the most important tilings D W Dunn is sillim." I) C I dwanls, fonl Republican thous.imU the Count) Judge shall appoint a half vtars superintendent done by the body of which he was a of the City. Congressman from the Ileiinth of Hitatoes plants, since tht rain. .111 overster, who shall Two More Insurance Companies Quit hold his office Th. Tiaihers Guild of Louisville, member, was the unanimous rmlnr,.. Kule) Sanitarium at Crab Orchar District; Morris fialvin, former 'collecWe are proud to sie improviiimit in for two vtars from the dav of his Carr.ving all of the insurance it is springs, kv has returned to Lexuig- - winl on ricord as favoring a maximum ment of a plan for the unification of the tor of internal revenue at Covington; Dr Barker's condition and he has and until his successor dee 1111 d advisable to write under exvarious branches of Methodism in the a )ear. ion 10 pratnee ills profession. Alter ' saiar) o: Judge William I) Cochran of Ma)s-win- shall be appointed, unless sooner his p rait lie. R G Hidgon, of Owensboro. has United States. isting londitious The Vanderbilt Unitwo more foreign rtstmii tor a fiw weeks lie will open til h) the county court. J II Meyer and Judge Ld llolli: Mrs Maggie Newell, of Harrods-bur- g an oflice here. Dr. Willis, who bttorc decn reporter of the Court versity case occupied much attention, C unty Judge of Campbell counts of Stc Hi, The said overseers comp intes doing business in Kiutuckv is here visiting Mr and Mrs. W and the Tiatter was so adjusted as. to have announced that they will for the Kou'u. to Crab Orchard was a resident 01 'Mptals for fnli.rc to perform the dutns htre- N'cwort. 11 II Itrvson, of Carlisle. J H Niwul. Frank was cit), vvhtre T McGregor, of Frankfort, riipnrid shall for lach offiuse. In- present write no more business in the of this superintendent he the for four dlrsboro, McGiblione), lineman at Mid- - gne promise of saving the University Itiv C. It. lllain arrived home last filled for the Kentucky Utilities Co. to the church. Other theological semiof Eastern Mate, savs the Louisville Times. They viars Morrow of Somerset, l)r It L Da- Satin da) night from trom $500 to S2500 Kansas Cit), Mo, Sec 8d. The dutios of the overseers are the Standard of Hartford, of which Kiutuck) - Hospital, and a leading mtm- - Ml across a live wire earning 2.500 naries will be established probably at vison, of Stanford; Judge It II Wvnn. i when he has bun for a week am tiding shall be as follows, mts,ouni) .ncuicai. ao- - '"""kc, uuiiiiiik ius arm 10 tne none, Atlanta, Ga. and Dallas, Texas. of Mt Sterling, Sherman Hall, of The Sam F.. Huston is the principal total cict),ui has beiii quite successful in the anu then falling to the ground and and Harr) Giovanno1li of the Central Asscmhl) of the Presb)(cr) ovtrsters shall have charge of the agent, and the German of Peoria, Mrs, A. II Mckmnev is now able to roads and bridges, and work the b Hrown Martin. Hoth treatment of alcoholic, drug and ner breaking both legs. Mr. McGibboney Lexington Among those conspicuous at Fire at Walton roads vous eases, and lie returns to this city is in a hospital and is expected to live. the meeting was Dr W Godfrcv Hun he out again after a hort spill ami .11 in the manner directed bv the Fiscal quit writing Saturday. A house beloilt'illl' In T.islnr frn Mrs. Walter Watts, who attempted of Covington, because of his long residence here and This leaves but one small foreign ter, an annoimetd candidate for Unit-t- are glad to sic her. Court, shall summons the bauds to and occupied' by W. Arsuicide Ii) the his work the roads e States Stnator Dr Hunter was .Mr. and Mrs. It M. Tate, of their resptctive fire insurance compain that has not and tact that members of friendsfamily well at her jumping into an abandoned nold, of Walton, was restroyed by fire. home on Mooreland avenue The house is situated live suspended operations in the State. It mail) relatives and showing some of his e speed in motorid lure Suuda) morning precincts, sitperinteiiil ami ilirect said between the There lurci It is needless to say that Dr. at Harrodsburg Monday, and who was & C, and L. & N. railroads, and it Q. shaking hands with Ins Itepulitican and spun the da) with old ueighliors. woik. and ketp the road and bridges is the Securit) of Cincinnati. is rescued by neighliors. was tried for thought the fire ar- - about four Kentuck) compinics Willis is being given a cordial greet-ingAlls. Allm Hums, of New frit nils before the meeting was railed was started by a spark ork in rtpair. and frte from obstruction lunacy in the Countv Court Mnmhv his many friends and former an J in good condition for travel, and operating, including the German Infrom a locomotive, as tlrere had been to order and sat in the meeting dur- Cit), left lure Sunday morning after a and adjudged insane and sent to the no fire in Lexington Leader. ma; tmplo) the necessary plows, scrap. surance, of Louisville, the German ing the proc--t dings. r. visit to lur mothtr, Mrs. Jtmne as)lum at I exington. She has a hus- discovered the buildim all dav IVhn of Louisville, the Great South-iru.rs. wagons, teams and such additionShe will meet her husband the entire upper story was The Progressives of New York arc band and several small children. Louisville, the Henry Clay, of in flames, but all the furniture ot the tin re and the) will sail at once fin al impltnunts as ma) be ntcessarv to D. C. Edwards May Run planning to run Roosevelt for governor. I lower floor was saved. Arnold's loss is arts. France, where he is interested in work said road; and shall to Lexington, and a I'aducah company Gossip From Casev In all about W foreign companies Fninds of former Congressman Don a gold .inning company, he nearest Justice of the Ptace. or to estimated at $150. The was Frida) evening at the home of T. F.. worth S2.500 and insured buibhmr- nni Killing at Jackson C IMw.inh. of the Klcventh distrut. suspended in the State. The David Skiiuur and sou, Dod. have the County Judge am failure or re- have or nnKMirac'e in Liberty, Mr. Alfred Ellis third of its value. have started a lxwm for the Laurel riturnitl to Virginia. Dave has a Jim fusal of any of the hands to auoear (irieu-Glttamendment is scheduled Robin Turner, of the oldtime notori- anil Mrs Gertrude Overstreit were countv man for the Itipublican nomiin-tio- n IKisitiou there ami has seuirul a line and do good work in ohtilience to his to go into effict on June 15th. Its pro- ous "Had Mm" of Hreatlutt count), mut-inenatorship. pmitiou for his sou His for the short-teruev. a. s. Jetlnes per. visions and those of the Zorn law are was Sunday Schools Play Ball Game vvhin the Fis. main frnnils. summons. shot and probably fatally wound- fornii-i- marncii. the circnionv They belong to and he nn) be tmhictd to stand for the oiu ami fining wisii noil grand sue cal Court has provided for the nav- - not regarded b) insurance men as so ed late Ihe Christian chinch Sunday school Smida) afternoon at Jackson, Congressman I'dw arils is in honor ment of Inuils for working on the rigorous for the home as foi the for hi Deput) Town Marshal, Win. Stac). the Rolling I'ork section and left im- base ball team defeated the team from m his new undertaking mediate!) for their home atfer the high favor with the Hull Moose de- less eign companies. Since the other for- Turner was Dunn Samhdue left hire a week or road, it shall be the ilut) of the ovtr-suthe Baptist church Thursday afternoon creating a disturbance by limit, although at present he is within so ago for Newcastle, hid, to visit his n to roiurt to the Fiscal Court the eign companies left the State it is said tr)ing to shoot-uthe town, and Attorney L V. Wesley and Miss b) a score of to 7 in an exciting and in pauuts. the g o. p fold, the two factious Mr and Mrs. loliti Sauduliie r limber of bauds, and the time workul the Stand ml of Hartford, particularly, threatened to kill any Marshal who bntr interesting having last )eir entered and his Warmer atten.fed the Musicalc by a good game, which was witnessed Laurel county b) each who hive worked on the roads and the Gtrman of Peoria have been would sistir. Mrs Luke Carpi liter. sized crowd. The same tr) to arrest him. Whin Stacy at Hiistonville. last 1liursd.it night and tlomg a big business. As an insurance into a working agreement. Should Mr teams will nlav a return crimp nrnlnl.lv rroi. ami .xi rs. s si. Koinnson are in tluir respective precincts. Fdw ards conclude to run for Sinator suiting relatives in Danville. expressed it totla), these com. arrived on the scene, after being sum took an active pait in rendering their next Saturday afternoon. The Fiscal Court of Lincoln count), nun moned by telephone, Tunitr optiud splendid program Ihe box lie will show up strong where the score wiuld have been given james louitir, ot Altililliliurg, was has pruvidid that the overseer on each patties are now "loaded to the guards" fire on him, but the marshal shot him. .Mrs. Alice Wilkin ton. 0f Stanford, is the fact tint the official except for vitcs arc the thickest Wednesday to stc Mr. and Mrs. C. road nuv ttiitire tach hand to work and have decided it will be the part of the bullet taking effict m the head. up scorer left visiting her sister. Mrs. Judd Phillips. Louisville Tunes. three dajs, for whiih ihe hands shall discussion to write no more business Turner was takiu to the home of I. McCorni.uk Mr and Mrs. C. F. Montgomery after the game for a fishing trip. T' Tobacco setting was all tin go here itttive 00 cents per da), and suih u the State under present conditions. batteries were: for the Christians, Bird County Superintendent. Will Turner. spent Sunday with Hiistonville relaFire Insurance, Tobacco Hail Insurance Tuesih) ami Wiilnesilay "Maples" to be Sold Next Tuesday an I Ovtr.trett, for the Baptists, Sin. other das as may be necessary to put The handsome farm home of Capt, ami given medical attention, anil on tives. They were accompanied home by gletou and New land. Kent, ol fr)es crttk. dud the roads in condition for which the iiiuiaril Monday morning he was removed to Miss Aliic Stagg Liberty News. Reliable companies. No wild cat or morning of hamis nceive nothing. Also the court T A r.lktn, known as the Maples, will the hospital in Lexington. Ph)sicians assessment concerns. W. J. Campbell it Ins home Saturday t)phoid fevtr He was in a fair way for has providtd that tach overseer nuv he sold at Public Auction next Tucs- - sa.v that he has a slight chance for SAPHO at the opera house tonight. Hustons Ule. SVPHO at the opera house tonight ncover) ami was tin in the room, w'here order out tiams to be worked for three ilav, June Vlti. A large advertisement I ot recover) A few davs ago Turner was the J sale lias been he Always Lead to Better Health proniinu.t Culnn politicians cs was suddenly taken worse. He lea v. na)s lor which the owner of the team this several issues, running in in detail fintil 1o0 and toits in police court for Don't Lose Sleep Coughing at Night Two t for and tells a were sentenced to twelve )curs in who wife and three or four children, shall receive $200 per day, for each of this beautiful pUce which will In- conducting a blind tiger. Take Folev's Honev and Tar Tom. of ji'itnu sicknesses start in disorders will greatly mjss him. da) worked The court has also order-i- d the stomach, liver and kidnevs. The prison esterday for the death of the lKHind. It glides down jtur Miss Itoxie Austin, of Howling that all work for the ear 1914 must put up to the highest bidder. Prosiucts SAPHO at the opera house tonight. spreaits a healing, soothingthroat and doit corrective and preventive" is Dr. Chief of Tolice last July. are that a large crowd will be on hand coating King s New Life Green, was here a few days last witk be done before the 1st day of SeptemPills. They Purify the over nic inuamed for the sale, as this is one of the prettickling surface, Hiood Prevent Constipation, Coughs and Colds Weaken the System visiting lur grandmother, Airs. Martha ber 1914, and all claims must be filed tiest and most attractive farms and Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles that's immediate relief It loosens keep Austin. ui Liver, Kiduos and Bowels in healthy with the County Clerk on or before "I cou'd scratch ins self to pietts" is the lightness In )our chest, stops stuf. Continued Coughs, Colds and Droit-chithe 1st dav of September, 1914 All homes to be found in the Hlue Grass off hiard from suffers of Lczcnma, fy wheezy conditions. Give jou better health by breathing, eases distresstroubles are depressing and weak, Hot Weather Tonic & Health Builder claims filed later than September 1st Mcticu of Ktnttiiky, Tettirs. lull and similar Skin Hrup. ing, racking, tearing coughs Children ridding the sstem of fermenting and rc von run down Nervous Tired? 1914, will not be allowed until the en the S)Stem Loss of weight and apturns. Don't Scratid Stop the Itching love it. Refuse any substitutes. Con-n- o gassy foods Lffectivc and mild. 25, at petite generally follow. Get a 50c liot-tl- e Is even thing vou do an effort? Vou are year 1915. Get Rid of the Torment of Rheumatism it once with Dr. llobson's Fczinma vour druggist. opiates For sale by all druggists I Your stomach. of Dr. King's New Discovery today. not laiv )ou are sick Kimember how spr) and aitive )ou Ointment. Its first application starts Madder irritations, kidney troubles, Liver, Kidneys, and whole system need It will stop )our cough. The first dose Cow Chokes on Terrapin rheumatism, healing; the Red, Rough, Scaly, Itch- dull headaches, weariness, n.iin in li.irL. were before )im had Get on Honor Roll Monday helps. The best medicine for Stub- a ionic. A Ionic and Health lliulder Louis Harnett tells of how near his backache, swollen, aiding joints and ing Skin is soothed b) the Healing and and sides, all show the kidneys need Monday is county court day at Stan, born Coughs. Colds and all Throat and In drive out the waste uutttr build fine cow came choking to death Friday stiff, painful muscles? Want to feel Cooling Mtdicines. Mrs. C. A. t. 10 ue toncii up, strengtiieneii. their regford. Bring in that dollar and get our Lung Troubles. M. O. H. Brown, Mus- you up and renew your strength. No- evening and how on examination he that way again? You can just tike Rixk Island. using Dr. ular action restored Foley Kidney catine, Ala., writes: "My wife was sick thing better than Llcctiic Hitters. found in her throat a large sire terra-pi- n Foley Kidney Pills. For thev imiikly Hobson's Kczetna Ill, after Ointment, writes: 1 ins win uo it surety ami quickly, napie on the Honor Roll next week. A large number of during the hot summer months and I Stait today Mrs. .lames Duncan, T which she had tried to swallow in clear the blood of the poisons that t 1'his is the first time in nine scars ffMd.lAm Oll frnm h hae overlooked subscribers to the I. renewing their honestly believe Dr. King.s New DisMc, writes Completely cur- the afternoon. After removing the lit- cause )our tain, miserv and torment- - have betn free from the dreadful ail- I Till! a return oflllflll - pain, appetite and sound for another year covery saved her life." Good for chil- ed me after several doctors gave me tle pest he found it still alive hut gasp- - incr rheumatism. lnr salt- - liv .ill ilritLr mint Guarantied. 50c. at your Drug, sleep. Try them. For sale by all drug- - who are "good as gold" will and hub dren. 50c. and SI 00, ut your Druggist. up." 50c and $1 00 at your druggist. have to be 1.UUUUI1 gists. nib iui aciuinci. K'Sl. gists. cut off soon, unless they pay up Ktpert Oil Men Say Prospects START NEXT WEEK Was Done By Wind and Hall Storm Early In The Week PROPERTY Il8,428,il3 Board of Equalltation Finishes Assessment of State aaaaaaaaaaH ' - JaLHsjaBMB H . v I Z. - , 1 F"- - .J"Taa . ' ')txM "Wfs ALVIN PAOnETT GETS S5.M0 DAMAGES FROM 4BBBBBBBBBBBBBB)iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBaaF C S. ", HaaaaaaaaPTVf?H FiH u t PaBfcrrPfe! ''aHfe'P. A t &W ul Km-luck- HraBBH J'K 'fj-mN'l- IS II I II t ii. r VI f, I.- ?IIO.-JW,j- iiiiiiH .z"" J'jMmu "lit far ' "BBB.m I i. i im' l VI ilh - 3lu a'l --- '. - . cot-to- .... m aalCaaaBllf sai 111 BBSiijlKfitaiHI Fighting Fred Funston at Vera Cruz i t "III IS. hv iiry aa pro-prjtt- or ao-e- al "old-line- ken-ttitk- of-fit- 1 ts ev-- r) per-1r.- 1t V.-ir-k !. td 1 . 11 i.i 1 ,"",n -- . ,"'". 111 st sec-rct.i- r) iss-nn- pre-cu- nt for-ii'- tr o; 111 ns-- t; d Dan-vill- 111 old-tim- n a, y rs mar-riag- e. p 42-tf al 11 Ein-feld- ''A Hay-r.esvil- Oru-k- i, Mis-aii- "S"J rv-- rn t --- - - f yr "J -y ettlryg-- r g" . tr v li .M JUM ty. There are enough Democrats in Kentucky to elect any nominee the party selects, and after they participate on the primary every Democrat who so participates should loyally support the. oartv's choice. If' something does turn up and op position grows keen before the August nrimary, why, it is perfectly natural for Democrats to take their coats off for their respective candidates, hut after that let nil be peace and harmony in the party. w ssMN IWTRRrOR W MV .tOgRWAt 1TAK sWWPaWI BC fO, IIHTICKT FRIDAY, JW 5, 114. CSWffHI tw i -- r ; wm Ms teat few te k WH lnnfiHt. roc a twit awf rffi soeton BpllKmCQ It A MCtl IMNN Hq PWACftSPa fOTeVl rrnmHr, aae b coMMMtf falNa ta eira wit local trratasrat, pwoentfe It hinnMr. Ikirat kaa protra Catarr to oe a naatltaHoaal and thmfor rraalrM eoaatltattoaal Iminnt, Ml' Catarrh Car, narafartarfa tr P. J. Vhrrttf a Co , TnlrOn, Onto, la t on If Ccwatlto. tlnnal rnro on the narstt. It ta takra Intrraall In dowa from 10 dmr to a tratpooofal. It acta rn Ski, .. . ray CRAB ORCHARD Mrs. M. - Pish. Mrs. Will Pcttus and Monter Fish attended the Commencement at Stanford. Mr, and Mrs. Sparrow leave shortly for a visit to Mr. Sparrow's parents in New Jersey. They will lie gone several weeks and visit several important cities Miss Elitabcth Newland has returnGet The Habit Get the habit of looking before on ed hoinei after a delightful week's visit to her little cousins, Misocs Margery buy. and Joanna Ballon, of Stanford. knowing when to Get the habit of Mrs. Josic Lewis and daughter, of look, and where to look. Jellico, Tenn., visited her father, Mr. It is a habit that will save you many William Rej nobis this last week. dollars in the run of a vear. As a Mrs. Walter Buchanan and children, habit, it is one of the principal aids to of Louisville, arc with Mrs. Bettic success in lite. Burhanan here. Mis. John DcBorde has been helpStudy the advertising pages of jour Propritot M. HAUPLEY BHKLTON ing bis brother, George run the jail for loral paper eacli week. d purpose the past week. Study them with a II A TEAB STiUCTLY IN ADVANCE Mr George Dellordc made a flving tlic Ielertiiining ot what goods to buy visit to his homcfolks here this week. and where to find them. Enltrtd ( Iht potlotift ml Slanlori If a local merchant spends money in He i a hnefellow; and has many warm Momat tU$l mail matltr. , advertising his wares, it is safe to as- friem's in his home town here. Mr. Pcvton King has been kept very he is able to make good on sume decorating According to a summary in tlic "Lit- every that busy, papering, painting and statement that he makes. of erary Digest'' a large majority It is also safe to assume that tht the'interiors of many homes here. He is tlic responsible newspaper of the coun; home rrsin will do more for you than a the crv finest paper hanger and painttry arc strongly supporting the Wilson er in this end of the county. administration, especially in its policy strancer will do. It is his way, and i' Miss Alenc McDowell went to Thick-ev- e is a way which should appeal to you. toward Mexico. The Southern papers last Sunday with Mrs. L L. SanOct the habit of giving the home man are almost a unit in supporting the the first chance. ders to visit friends and will remain being president, the only exceptions It is a habit of which any person lor a week. Miss Ophelia Lackey is visiting Hearst's Georgian and a few other hould ;utlv feel proud. irresponsible sheets. The scattering friends in Florida. I: is a good" habit. northern press, excepting the Hearst Ntws has just reached here of the papers and a very few others, are also Will Your Name Be Written There? death of Mrs. Clyde St. Clair, of New praising the administration's efforts to La. She tiedi to visit Mrs. p I J Orleans. On the aoid a useless war. The Western anu subscribers HonorbeRoll of paid-u- week. Curtis Govcr of this city, and made printed next to Pacific Coast papers arc also strongly many warm friends who will be sorry backing the administration. The final Send in that dollar at once and get on to heir of her death. next week's list. Rev. Raird. of the M. E. church at summary shows that fully 80 per cent Priachersvillo, preached an excellent of the papers are supporting the BEECH GROVE Among these in this fight. sermon here lat Sunday morning and Rev. A. C. Baird filled his regular night. papers will be found many strong ProSirs. Maurice Perkins and little gressive papers and many rock ribbed appointment at Beech Grove Saturday Republican papers, all extremely par- and Sunday. daughter Elizabeth and Dr.Doorcs left Some from here attended services at Monday for on extended visit to Mrs. tisan, but patriotic enough to uphold Laura Spiegel, of Shelby ville, Ind. the President in his foreign policy. The Ephesus Sunday. Mr. and Airs. K, L. Gooch and Independent press is solidly behind the Mrs. Dr. Edmiston visited relatives over in Louisville last week and attended of Eubank, motored children, President in his laudable efforts to Thursday and staed until Sunday the closing exercises of Kentucky Miliavoid entangling alliance and prevent a cruel war and the loss of good Amer- Their two daughters. Misses Fay and tary School of that city of which her ican lives that are worth more to this Berdena, who had been spending some son Edward is a pupil. He accompancountry than all the peons in existence. time with their grandparents, Mr. and ied her home to spend his vacation. So it will be seen that practically the Mrs. G. W. Spanglcr. returned horn, Airs. Reuben Bronaugh, Sr., is quite whole ocuntry is backing the President with them. sirk at her home here. a Miss Cora Durham entertained with the exception of Mr. Hearst, who Miss Mary Bailey gave a social few friends Thursday night at a candy is always opposed to whatever the Adwhich was greatly enjoved by pulling. All reported a most dcligu ministration wants. There have been many of our joting people. ful time. instances in this country where papers Mr. Robert Collier, Jr., went to StanMiss Shirley Mahan. of Hiattsvillc, ford Monday to accept a position inthe have been suppressed for doing less Miss Minnie Young guest of Jennie Smith. than the Hearst papers are now doing. Wistern Union offics lately establish- Miss Clctter and Annie is the this week. Kirk Mrs. Rachel Ellison, of Williams- ed "there. It's too bad that man of Hearst's means Miss Clctter and Annie Kirk and cannot find some honorable and decent burg, visited her sister, Mrs. Nannie Mrs. Daisy Hunt went up to Gum Miss Minnie Young the way of spending his millions. Nature Smith. Sulphur Monda) to visit her aunt, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bastin are Green guests of river. at Mrs Mary Shaw visited her son, Frith. never did much for Hearst ; he exhibts one sign of human intelligence. H Rcbeit Shaw in Barrard county. Mr. Claud Thompson is in th I'ust Miss Ruth Durham, who has been mountains in the interest ot their mill Read This enough to hire brains. And the The Texas Wonder Kidney cure brains that he hires know enough to teaching in Taylor county, is visiting there. boost and boom Hearst into the lime her brother, Silas Durham, for a few Mr. Boyle Vass Singleton gave a cures diabetes, and all irregularities light in order to hold their jobs. They days, before she goes to New York to party Tuesday night in honor of lit of the kidney and bladder in both print the news, not as it occurs, but as make her brother, George Durham a couiin, Charles Moore, of Detroit. trcp and women. If not sold by your thev think Hearst wants it to occur. visit. Mich. A merry crowd of twenty one cf druggist, will be sent by mail on" reMr. and Mrs. Joe Davis and datieh our younger society folks were present ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two Kut the people are gradually getting ter, Miss Bertha visited at Frank onto Hearst's curves and are contemThey were as follows: Misses Bird months' treatment and seldom fails Sunday. ptuously ignoring him. Send for Kentucky Perkins, Ware Bailey. Anna Bardes. to perfect a cure. Mr. Samp Mahan and son. Melton, Lucilc Morgan. Ray Hunt, Miss If testimonials. Dr. D. W. Hall, 2926 of Williamsburg, came down Saturday Maud Gooch, Mayme Holman, Mclsa-di- e Olive street, St. Louis, Sold by drugConcedes Beckham's Nomination for a few days' visit to his sister, Mrs. gists. (Advl Chadwick. G. Humphrey and MesNannie Smith. The Paris Democrat, an srs. Benton, Thompson, Egbert, ThompMaster Einbry Gooch is visiting bis son. Shirlev Cover. Montz Fish, Hcnrj paper, practically concedes his nomiPLEASANT POINT nation for the Senate and urges all grandparents, Air. and Mrs. G. W. Nunier. Charlie Martin. Harrv Col A large crowd attended Memorial democrats to get together and elect him Spangler. Iter, Jack Perkins. Billie George Holservices at the Baptist church SaturMi. Walter Smith and wife visited at man, Charles Moore and Boyle Singlein November. It said : Mahen's at Hiattsville ton. After the crowd had found out the day. Rev. J. A. Singleton gave the welA number of the Democratic papers Mr. Quincy of Kentucky say Beckham will be the Saturday night and Sunday. future state of each present and music come address after which Rev. W. A. Mrs. Sarah Hurst, ot Bell county. ind games were indulged in, the merry Davison preached an interesting serDemocratic nominee for Senator to a certainty, unless Stanley and McLreary is visiting her sister, Mrs. Silas Dur party were served in the best style was mon. The King's Mountain band boys combine their strength, and some of tht ham. cream and cake. Mrs. sin furnished the music which was enjoyed Miss Clara Durham was in Richmond .Iclightiul papers, even in that event, think Beckuleton was assisted in entertaining by by all present. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George W. PadKCtt, after sever ham will win. Miss Maude Gooch. All report a splen-d- i of Mr. George Perkins, Pulaski county, The Senatorial rac presents a most I time anil left at a late hour aftc al weeks greatintense suffering, passed into the beyond on Friday, Mav peculiar situation. At the time the was here Sunday. jssuring their host of a most hanpv 22. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Bell have and enjoyable evening. Deceased is survived by the husband candidates announced, the race promone daughter, Mrs. Hay den Leacfi and ised to be both close and bitter. Ai gone to Cynthiana to Ive. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen and chil. present there is no trace, on the sura son, J. W. Padgett, of this place. Much Citrolax dren, of Casey county, visited at Mr. face, of bitterness. sympathy is felt for the liereaved ones. Citrelax Whooping cough is raging here. Hie people who will support Beckham J. S. Hoskins' from Saturday until CITROLAX Master Ralph Faulkner is suffering are thoroughly satisfied with the situ- Monday First cet the name down nat then wish a tore foot. ation and those opposed to him have Mis Aberdeen Frazier was the guest buy it of vour drue&ist. lust the very Mrs. Laura Wilson, of Uloomington, either lost heart, or they are waiting of Miss Roxie Spangler Tuesday. II!.. is very ill here at the home of her Misses Martha and Addie Hilton best thing for constipation, sick head-ahfor something to happen. Unless some- liver, sluggish sour stomach, lazyfather, A. T. Horton. thing unforseen does happen, Mr. Beck- and Lola Owens, of Brodhead, visited bowels. The pleasantest. Rev. W. R. Davison, after holding a ham will be the nominee. Misses Sidnie and Ella Hoskins from constipated urcst, nicest laxative you ever used. few days' meeting at South Fork, will Friday until Monday. s It is reported that the Tastes Rood like lemonade. Acts return to his home in Lexington. make Mr. Beckham favorite against Mrs. Andy Ledford and children are promptly, without pain or nausea. Gives Mrs. Wesley Bastin and little son the field. That in itself is significant visiting in Pal county. flushing LeRoy, are visiting here. of the widespread belief that Mr. We had a good rain Monday for which you the most satisfactory you ever had. For sale by all druggists. Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson, of King's Beckham will be the Democratic nom- we are so thankful, for the Lord doesn't Mountain, spent Sunday with Mr. and forget us. Though we forget Him and inee. Mrs. Tom Alford. NEAL'S CREEK With the chances of a united Repub- wander away though He loves us where lican party staring the Democratic par- ever we stray. A number from here attended Miss Catherine Belden and Miss Althe ty in the face, it is up to the differFanners are busy setting out their ma Martin and Jess Martin were at meetings held by Revs. Dclk and Adams, at King's Mountain. ent factions in the party to compose tobacco crop. H'uhlnad Saturday. Mrs. Will Brown has returned to their differences quietly, select the Mrs. Silas Durham left Tuesday to Ml. and Mrs. T. S. Farmer and famstrongest and ablest man, and then put visit relatives in Bell countv. ily weie out to see his father, Dink her home at Williamstown. Ky after spending a few days with relatives him across in November. The report of Marie White, of Crab Orchard, is Farmer and family Saturday. the odds quoted in the event Beckham pending the week with Bertha. Davis '"Mr. and Mrs. Mose Adams and chil- here and at Waynesburg. pets the nomination do not show that Mrs. W. D. Baxter and daughter of dren, ot Somerset were the guests of the Democratic nominee will be as News Notes Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Daughcrtly this Eubank, was the guest of her mother, . Mrs. C. Brown. strong as he should be. 100 to 75 that Awaiting a definite reply from the Mr. Gust Myers and wife. Misses Ida Reckham wins if nominated if not near The stork visited the home of Mr. and Constitutionalists as to their attitude Mrs. Cleve Belden and left then Simmcrman. Anne Rue and Laura enough odds on a Democratic nominee. cm mediation envoys and delethe The odds should be at least 3 to I. The fine baby girl. The little Miss has been Jojinson.of Danville, spent Sunday with poiut is, that all of the battles of the gates at Niagara transacted no busi- named Blanche. .miss r.iizaneiii uve. also rrot. uavis ness Wednesday. It is thought that Democrats should be fought in the par Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Terry were at and Rev W. R. Davison. Carranza cannot help but accept the Highland Mr. and Mrs. Logan Walls and fam. Saturday. proposition by the mediators, which is Mt. Richard and Morris Daugherty lly. nf tvinir'fi Mmintnin (wnl (.ntnrlni. being kept secret. I he Constitution night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Misses Floyd attended prayer meet alist agents in Washington communi and at Fairvicw church Saturday night. lico. Walls. ing cated all afternoon and most of the Mr Harve Watts and daughter. Mrs. J. W. Terrjr and daughter, Cath Carranza over a Mrs.Jas. McGuffev. of Louisville, were HWjr FMlkff, m If My Brai tusjht with statement was made. special erinc. were at Highland Saturday. No wire. The relatives here. .Mr.Alford Farmer has been on the visiting lames Dishou and niece. Miss Administration Was officials have refused Dowa Mr. so tar to say what the attitude will be sick list this week, but is some better. Annie, were aaya: Mrs. Hill here Saturday. All the farmers in this part of the toward the army at Vera Cruz. The cannot tell .Misses Laura Johnson and Cora situation in the Mexican capital has county are setting tobacco, since the you how much I spent Monday in Stanford. 'aafaflsansssssssKI been much lmiirovetl liv tht- - ."irriinl nf nice rain we all had Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Male nf More. have suffered Mi Wallace Brackett, of Stanford, ammunition for Huerta, as the people land, have returned to their home, afduring the past asssssY?' fasssssssl was out to see Ed Farmer Monday. icei ne win ue auie to Uetend the city twelve years." Mr. II. I Martin, of Rowland, was ter a few days' visit. in an adequate manner. Twelve years is Mr and Mrs. R. h. Horton .mil rliil. Confederate graves throughout Ken- out to sir Mr. Harry Kitts Sunday. liren. of Stanford, attended memorial a Ions; time (or tucky and the South were decortcd on jvir. James uavis ami Miss Annie service here. Saturday. any one to sufWednesday, the Rev. Dr. K. L. Powell. Kirk were the uucsts of Mr. and Mrs. fer. A treat mulwhose father and four uncles fonuht for John Lee at King's Mountain Sunday. titude of women Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bailey and lit Use "Tit" For Sore Tired, Sweaty Feet the Confederacy, delivering the address In tola country He declared a grcati lie son, Earl spent Sunday with Mr. "lir" makes sore, burning, tired at Louisville. know exactly and Mis. W. R. Raines. feet fairly dance with delight. Away South had come of the conflict. what Mm. Hill Mr. lohn Raines has returned here go the aches and pains, the corns, calConfederates headed by Gen Bennett weans whea she H. Young, of Louisville, gathered in from Lcxinuton to see his daughter. louses, blisters and bunions. ays. "Heavy tms.urm.tmu " iz draws out force in Washington to attend the un- Mrs. . I. Belden. frelln. as U my Miss Catherine Belden spent Sunday veiling of the Arlington memorial the acids brain was press- and with Mrs. Felix White. to the Southern dead, Thursday. Ins; down. 8o nervous I could not poisons and puff Mr my rest at night Would have President Wilson made the tiriucinal out to Wallace Farmer and son were ret up your feet. No see Dink Farmer Sunday. sinking spells and then so weak that address. matter how hard Miss Lirzic Davis has returned home U. United States Senator Duncan 1 could not do my work." A great you work, how from Mr. many women In the United States Fletcher received a mnioritv of more Mountain. and Mrs. John Lee, at King's long you dance. will recognise In this description than 10.000 over John M. C. Stockton now tar jou Mr. Uoss Luster spent Tuesday with the Florida primary for nominatin tbelr own experience. walk, or how Mrs. Sampson at Saufley. ing a United States Senator. Mrs, Hill found a remedy. After long you re. Mrs. Robert Raney, of Stanford, was Republican leaders from throughout taking four bottles of Pentna she main on your gained In strength and flesh and wrote Kentucky met in Louisville Wednesday out to tee her mother, Mrs. J. W. Terrfeet, "T1Z" yus that she was a well woman again. night to discuss plans for unifying their brings restful Mr Ross Luster has come home from She saya, "I cannot thank you enough force and those of the Progressives in Somerset. foot comfort the coming tenatorial fight. for my recovery." "TIZ" is wonderful for tired, aching, Allen Creech who escaped from the This is no ordinary Incident swollen, smarting feet. Your feet just Twelve years suffering. Four bottles Frankfort Reformatory April 6. has tingle for joy; shoes never hurt or bfn arrested in Richmond, Va. He had of rerun. Restored to perfect health. seem tight. If Peruna can do this for one woman betii sent up from Breathitt county for Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now murder. why can It not for another? Is It from any druggist or department store, ToBkandakeraUve. IsMTaatsaitrcagta. The boily of Carl D. Scott, who Hot worth your attention? Is It Restore healthy fcuKtkm. NoaVlcoaatL a few days ayo, was found End foot torture forever wear small not worth trying T in Barren er shoes, keep your feet fresh, sweet Sold for 60 years. near Bowline Green. These who abject U Hauls metfl-Im- s A Coroner's River believes jury and happy. Just think I a whole year's he was mur. Ash Year Pttor. can new obtain Peruna Tablets. tSift" loot comtort lor only 25 cents. TOH PONDER AbMhitohrPure Drastic Cigarette Law Tobacco dealers will find the act of 1914 prohibiting the use of cigarettes by boys under 18 years of age a dangerous law, it is surtniscif. Any boy within the prescribed age found smoking tobacco may be arrested and fined, and lie fine suspended if he will tell from whom he secured his smoking material. It is the most drastic law ever enacted in the state. I tflrretlf mi th blom anil marmia anrfarra of tlw ajatcm. Tht? oftVr on oonrttrd dollara for an raa It falla ta cut, gtnd for circulars and traltmonlala CO., Toledo, Ohio, Addrraai , J. CftEXCY Sold tr Dratslata, TKe. Takt Han's Family fills for eesitlpatloa. End of the Season Sale Begins Thursday, June 4th and Continues Two Weeks semi-annu- al MAUpLMHiimTE Tbe Interior Journal two-fol- This is our regular Clearance Sale, and a time when EVERYTHING in our entire stock is offered at a big discount from lowest selling prices. Tailored Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Dress Goods, Silks, Corsets, Laces, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, While Goods, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, etc., etc. Whatever your needs, come prepared to have them filled. Everything at Reduced Prices. & Wiseman WelshDanville, Kentucky Co. Vcrv few women or men seem to Day NicM care to Tango or get Dancing crcisc KUYKENDALL'S GREASELESS unless they arc assured the freedom LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY from aching feet that Allen's Foot-- l Certainly does cure any and all itchasc. the antiseptic Hiwdcr to be shaking Skin Troubles such as Eczema. 'let- en into the shoes, always gives. Since Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist ter, Ring Worm, Poison Oak. Itch, the tendency to hold Dancing parties Fever Busters, Frost Bites, Chicken has become almost a daily and hourly Office Phone 194; Residence 204 1'ox, Pnckley Heat, Nettle Rash and necessity in every community, the sale STANFORD. KENTUCKY Old StublKirn Sores thought to be Can- of Allen's so the Druggists cers. Gives instant relief and cures report, has reached the phvsicians fail. TRY ONE BOTTLE, mark. Sold Everywhere 25c. Trial OTTENHEIM ON SALE AT packaue FREE. Address Allen E. Olm. New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford. sted, LeRoy, N. Y. A number of our people attended the Ed Tanner, McKinney, Ky. memorial services at church Chas. Adams Hustonvil'le, Ky. Sunday. Thompson Drug Co., King's Mt'n. ROWLAND Mrs. James Oldham is improving Caldwell Drug Co., Waynesburg. Mr William Fritsch, of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ware have reEATMAN MANUFACTURING CO turned to their home at Lorctto, after is visiting relatives and friends here. GRENADA, MISS. Miss Julia Stickler is very sick at this a visit to relatives here. Miss Midic Charleston, of Jackson, Anting PREACHERSVILLE guest of her sister, Mrs. has been the Miss llarli.ira Russell and Miss EleaMr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and family uutherc Roberts nor Foos were in Stanford last week visited relatives at Brodhead. Mrs. s. h. Carter has returned home having some dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson and aftei a visit to her son, George CarMr. Will Tsciianz was in Ottcnheim family visited his tattler. Mr. V. I). ter at Knoxville. Sunday. Johnson and family at King's Moun- Mr. I). C Collier, of Nepton, spent Mr Christ Link, of Brcnton, Texas, :ain Saturday ana Sunday. Sunday with home folks. is visiting friends lure Mr and Mrs. Jt was the middle finger which Mr. John Collier visited his ather, D. C J R. Rusell attended church at Ephc-sii- s J. F. Payne had injured in the cogs ot Collier at Nepton, last week. Sunday. a drill instead of the index finger. Mrs. George Mundy is the guest of Mr William Fritsch gave a delightMrs. W. M. Duvall, who has been relatives in Louisville. complaining, is still somewhat indisevening. Those Mrs. Mary Bailey is the guest of ful social Saturday present were as follows . Messrs. Earl posed. Mrs. S E. Carter. Russell, Paul Ensslm. Frank Wicntjcs, M. Cress and family and Mrs. J J. litHagan Bernard and pretty M. Lunstord attended the commencetle daughter, Mattie Lynn, of Louis- Albert Naff, Fred Schlappi. Emil ment exercises at Berca. ville, have been the rccents guests of zen. Anthon Ostcrmanii. Will Tnil, Miss Carrie Anderson while with i her mother. Mrs. Milford Hall. John Naff. Ernest Stickler, Ticks Os- motoring crowd lost a blue automobile Ueorge Martin, of Livingston, was ictiiiann. Christ Link. Allert Schlappi, veil between Preachersville and Lan- the guest of his father, B. P. Martin O. G. Speaks, ami Louis Gangloff, Misses Mary Henzcn, Julia Stickler, caster, with a bar pin attached which last week. was engraved with the name "Azile" Mrs Richard Martin and daughter. Barbara Russell, Mary Ensslin. Lilr will be glad to have it returned Miss Anna, were the guests of Mrs. lian Ganuloff and Matibla Shi Mr. Siy the finder. and Mrs. John Zwahlen. Mrs. Christ Milford Hall Wednesday. Mcsdames J. H. Thompson and Hay-de- n Link. Mrs. Anthon Thomas and Mrs. Mrs. D. Collier and familv will R. Beck. Refreshments were served and L'avtll were shopping in Stanford move to Lexington next week. Tuesday. Mrs. Sain Lordicr and children have a delightful evennm snent. Services at the Baptist church Sat- been the guests of her mother, Mrs. urday, Saturday night and Sunday IJ. V. .Martin J. M. Rogers the pastor . There will be an ice cream supper Mr. Meade Gill and Miss Zula Nay-lo- r Saturday night at Mrs. Tom Mobleys. visited Mr. and Mrs. William Nay-l- The proceeds will be used to pay the near Stanford. Tuesday, June 2J. A personally conthe doctors to operate on Autu Linda Last Saturday afternoon as Mr. Lo- Adams' eyes, who is blind. Come ducted two days' outing. Round trip gan Thompson was leading his hore railroad fare from Stanford. $4.35. and help a good cause. and driving a sow and pigs on the pike Rooms reserved at the Cave Hotel innear Drakes Creek bridge, a heavily-loanecluding Uiards and trips in the Cave Baby's Body Found in Somerset automobile which was being the total cost $9 85. A dispatch from Somerset says that for S5.50 making driven ran auainst tbe horse Special coach on regular train 4.40 A. excavating at the and seriously injured the animal's leg while in South Somerset, rear of his M Write or phone L. & N.. agent 44-Bud Denhain besides almost killing it by the way its house body was cut up. Farther down the pike unearthed a small wooden box. On opening it body of baby. a poultry wagon hcloncmt! to North- - From allbe found the bad been a buried HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT evidence it colt Sr Co., was almost upset and the aliout a year ago. Mr. Denham moved contents badly damaged. Others who happened to be on the pike at the time into the house only three days ayo, com- The People's Market Place Ad ver-Ythere from Ludlow. The oicc are reimrt near accidents. It is hiuh time a ing tite What investigating, and witnesses have been Have to Sell halt was called to sued reckless ilrivini; summoned to appear in court. on punuc liignways wnere. oi iiuiciiines Insure vour oropertv with ramlev iy nie ami nmlis are endangered. all over this section re ANOTHER LINK WITH ROWLAND A reffllrv, Stanford. Kv. port a very uniiromisini! nrosnect for honey this year. severe and continu- - Rowland Citizens Add Their Praise. FOR SALE. Indian motorcycle. W. ed dry spell last summer almost chlit Dishon. Stanford. Uiuitr I I'lw.n.- link with our ncigh!oring r the white clover the country Another eratcd 1.2. over. I lien a bad winter got in its town of Rowland, is provided in the work and now there is a tenth of the following grateful and generous stateGraduation presents at Muellers' usual amount of clover in the coun- ment of a resident there, try. The severe weather of this spring Mr. John T. Harnett, carpenter, who iewelrv store. and drought just ended make a honey-cro- jays"I have used many kidney medicines in the past few years, but I even a small one, a remote WE will run vtto line from McKin- and very remote at that. A few must say that Doan's Kidney Pills, was to Stanford, Ky every day. Leave swarms are rcortcd but bees are so il.c only one that gave me relief. My iicy Kinney Mc discouraged that no apiarist lias suc- work calls for heavy lifting and much 10 A M at S A.$1 M.. leave Rates ner trin Miitm ceeded in keeping them after hiving, stooping. This weakened bv kulmv & Riw-yeMcKinncv. Kv. J5.n the bees seemingly prefer to roam and caused attacks of lumbago and a aimlessly from one place to another severe actio across the small of my WRITE nie, telephone me, come and The old saw, "A swarm of bees in back. I also had other annoyances, July is not worth a fly," is 99 per tent caused by weak kidneys. When D.ian's sec nie about your house, carriages, Kidney Pills were brought to my no. and automobile painting. Paper hanging true at this date. a specialty.. Shop on West Main street tice. I got n simply The relief was J. J. SAPHO at opera house Friday night. prompt. Since then I have been well. telephone in residence, No. 29-tI im pleased to confirm my fnrtm-- r Belden. Stanford, Ky. indorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills." Price 50c. at all dealers. IVm'i -ly ark for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same lli.it Mr Harn nett had. Co., Pri'pi.. ' Buffalo, N. Y. r Ma tl .aUMtoar trMUar MvtCHM0).KX W tran.frtaa Nature') Una. tht LWar Slrlkra, tutu w ouiit or ueglact until V A TraMac "w vf M.avu. .School for TMchars tooaan th. dammed-ub'lla. Xtto It ?.l,h.,b ol tiuwlrlttl May AM.lt col,ec,e, iBl Class ot UtWMMHalaU kbd Llasi 11114 Oa.1 all kind, looked alter tnywhert in tht (Jailed Vtvlldl 1st sJl taUla liHflBJc. tbaj tripe taM oat is calied f aUlalkKIT. PpM.. " Slalet. Ak.olnl.ly No Charge. Ilu-I.s- h s. k at OwrsM CsMirMs, TnUlu ft U Ap. collection is asscl. Our tyalrm aMata.US- - Ttkai aUaaJtA gcta ihc money. Atrial will convince you. liAti,b41sVkt. MMltrslkUji tutltib - .ns GREAT DISCOVERY THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE Calls Antwind Prtmply ar Dr.MiCMk,V.S.tD. Foot-Eas- e, high-wat- Li-ki- m e, hand-book- Kiu-lir- To Mammoth Cave or vve-k- Prwrnc rs 1 d, KH-- n 1 moil-ume- 6-- R f. A Sin 7 St Sioknmmm p !,- ittr ATzn Foster-Milbur- Ayer's Sarsaparilla CashfsflMtwittaiHlNatit! iT Bank irfcirncri. Write today, SiafaYtafrj iMsjaWlVam. A m at taVMlarkslWl,4atrtuetwtJ IfetMsil MAYS COLLECTION ACENCY Someitrl, Ky, itm. traitor t. VM4TrriKttj.WriN Thl'4 Trm Jiituwi II. rwtSTfaiullI, ftuMtl SaSulatwa Jul II, feWe.. ! T rttlll i4 UfUaK- Vw S IW J. j.jcwp. rifiUfai. w wyiwT - - '-- - "' ' 1" " - t fi tf l1 "5T5 T ' - V i .. -- j m nmwut jtrtutT4ifyot, Mwrttrr, B0SSEAU aar SSBBBBBsfciaaaaaVBBBBBBfc?. wwat, ji m - m. 4- II If ft' I KieiMftr TlWH Wf9 HMMi wai nmd tot Louk XVI., KJwt' of France. IVfi are tm. d town in iuhmh, km ms ami MlHlnlppl, but lhre were H9W L(Mriiville iwny-mum- Capital srlaaaMaaK 1M,0M aaj latalas . . ltt,lSt a1Bavsawaas,a 10 called in honor of resident WW . Maeabar af elssarlBBaj tr flL Nattewal Yr7"m.,w,2. gM TsaftesBjaaa SBaaWajaaaajav P vFVTWMI IPWTV . , ViRni : earaawJa'aWaajBj DapeaManr far Peatal Saris Bank fia 132. ppJgaRtaa A aaaaiaAIaA TaaaaFaBtJwa Trans Ka, 73231. Na. 3114. Corner mm Cowl Homm SttMMOfMf lmcou conrrv mtimul ly. kv u . v r: L j; "(B Diffattar Taakaga far Hog, $3.00 par 100 las. Liaaaea'.Maal far MUk Cows aaa1 ewes, takes Milk $2.00 par 100 lbs. Cattaa Sees! Meal far yeur cattle, makes fat $1.60 par 100 lbs. Atlas Melasses feee! for wark horses, stallions aaJ Jacks $2.00 par 100 lbs. MiMfeea1 la saix with abeve feeds, ami plenty com, eats, hay aaa straw. Car Nerthera Sees! jaat in. Talapkona 1 1 FEEDS J. H. BAUGHMAN ft CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Mr. Farmer: r ( . -- ' When you come to Stanford, day, don't fail to see that "INDIANA SILO" Mon- b on the Eubanks' lot, near L. & N. Depot. Give me your order early. I nave sold 31 during April and May. "THERE IS A REASON.' W. P. K1NCA1D, District Agent i. 1 Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. 6C M"." THE FUST NATIONAL MNK it conservative, safa, 56 years aid, hat sound Baak. man-ageaseat Snail accounts solicited. aad efficient service. Maka this Baak your J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, VicePres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. llL - U r SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, &?$?" mim L3. M" ; $.SO ftounel $JJO Itoune) Tria SPECIAL TRAIN Lamt JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. nannnSR!9Pan ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. " It ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is tke ana place yau will asast aajay a vacation Wu. T far rest we racraatiaa. Wa kave not tka space kara ta teN af tka glarias af tka western Nertk Br" UVE IN THE OPEN HUNTINO TBNNU MOUNTAIN CUMSING RIDINO MOTOKINO DKIVINO GOLF I. JtIZ "a. S ! t - OTHER NOTED RESORTS ftaAaavaaMaaJlBW . nveevnvemsi Wawaisiawa1la w; fv, ia. TT, MANY WXXLLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUOH SERVICE OP tk e we Hwnw Hatt Ttzavajr lairlsiaia vgwwajea Tiiss if ivai CovinRton honor Leornard Covington, diitinmUhed at in Fort Recovery in 1794. Cowitie Alabama and Mliiimtippi and town in Georgia and New York alto bear tiis name. Lexington Ii btie of twenty.eight placet in the United States named in commemoration of the Revolutionary battle. t'aducah wai the name of a celebrat ed Indian Chief, who formerly lived in inc vitiimy aim ittiu wai uuricu on mc hank of the Tennessee river, now wiimn me city limits. Henderson was named for Col. Rich. ard Henderson, of Kentucky. A county and river in Illinois and a county and town in Tennessee bear the name of this Kentuckian. Owensltorn was so called in honor of Col. Abraham uwrn, of Kentucky, who was killed at Tippecanoe. Owen county, Ind., was also named for him. Ashland, in Ho)d county, was so named, according to Henry Clav, whose home bore the same name, from the ah timber which almunilpfl in llip vi. cinity. Bowline Green is one of seven nf the places In the country so called. The word it said to be dcriveil from a term denoting ornamental gardening, or a piaie 01 tun lor bowling. The name is found in Yorkshire, England. Frankfort wa& named for nnr nf a band of pioneers, who alone succeeded in fording the Kentucky river, and was killed by Indians on reaching the op posite side. Honkinsville bean the name of Gen. Samuel Hopkins, a Revolutionary of- nccr. Maysville owes its name to the orio. inal proprietor, John May. Catlcttsburu took the name of Ho ratio Catlett, one of the first settlers. Cvr.thiana was named for the two daughters of the original proprietors, Cnthia and Anna Harris. Danville was so called after its founder, Walter Daniel. Gioructoun was named for Presl. drnt George Washington. Lebanon beouue of the abundance of ciclar trees in the vicinity, was given the name of the mountain in Palestine, ulicrc sucli trees grew, it is a Semitic word, meaning "whitish," and is a common-place name in the United Mates. Mt. bterline took the name of the city in Scotland, with the prefix of mount because ot the numerous mounds in the vicinity. the Pans is a transference from city of France. Many other American tons are similarly named. Kichmouu was named trom the Vir ginia city, which a so called on ?c- count ot the resemblance to Rich mond, Surry county, Lngland. Mielbyvillc is a namesake ot uen. Isaac Shelby, former Governor ot Ken tucky Counties in nine States and cities iu five were named for Governor Shelby. Carrol Itot) vas named from the estate of Charles Carroll. Klizahcthtown was given the name of the wife of Col. John Hardin, for whom Hardin county was named. Franklin is one of the numerous namesakes of Benjamin Franklin. Fulton bears the name of Robert Fulton, inventor of the steamboat. Glasgow was named from the city in Scotland. Harrodsburg owes its name to Col. Harrod, who built the first cabin I.udlow was so called in honor of Israel Ludlow, a prominent pioneer. Mnrganfield bears the name of Gen. Daniel Morgan, an officer of the Revolution. Nicholasviltc honors the name of ntinther Revolutionary officer, Col. George Nichols. Princeton was named from William Prince, the first settler. Versailles bears the name of the rojal palace in Paris. Eight other towns in the country have this name. Adairviile was named for Gen. John Adair, a former Governor. Counties in Iowa and Missouri were named for Gen. Adair. from Banbtown derived its name David 11a in I, one of the original pro-p- i ietors. Itctca is a transferrencc from the -- ncitnt city in Macedonia. Towns in Iowa and Ohio arc similarly named. Campbcllsvillc owes its name to Adam Campbell, the first settler. Coluinbu ih uite of tla numerous monuments to the discoverer of America. Fddyville was so named from the large eddies in the Cumberland river at that point. Umipcncc took its name from its situation on the highest point of land between Louisville and Lexington. Fltmingsburg was named for Col. John Fleming, an early settler in Kentucky. Greenville bears the name of Gen. Nathaniel Greene, of Revolutionary War fame. Hawcsvtllc was named for Richard Hawes. Hickman was so called in honor of Capt. Pascha's Hickman. Hodgensville owes its name to Rob ert Hodgen. Kuttawa has the old Indian name of the Kentucky river. Lancaster was named from and laid out after the plan of Lancaster, Pa. London is one of eleven towns in the country named directly or indirect ly. :rom tnc city in England. Morch-a- il was named for Governor James T. Morehead. Murray bears the name of the Hon James L. Murray, former member of Congress. Uwingsville was named for Col. T. D. Owings. Wicklitf took the name of a nromi. neiit family of Kentucky. The Ohio river has an Iroquois name meaning "beautiful river." Mississippi U another Indian word, signifying "treat river." eatherinir in pf all the water." or "an almost end less river spread out." The Tennessee rncr has a Cherokee name, borne by several former of that tribe, but which has lost its meaning. J lie Cumberland was named for the Duke of Cumberland, who defeated (lie Scottish forces at Culloden. Green and Big Sandy rivers have been given names descriptive of their physical features. Barren river was probably so named from the carboniferous limestone region through which it flows. Rockcastle river was so called on account of the "rock castles" on the banks of the stream. famillei. the name of Gen. Clothes For Today IN selecting our clothes we must have three things in view: Val- . sJ HbL VHslRBSflBRav' ford and HustoaTlIU pike, one mile Sait of Huttonrllle for the icatoa of 1914 at IS TO I will ttaad y fiaa registered Sosteau at my farm oa the Per-caero- B Stan- INSURE A LIVE COLT Boiteau ie a fiae big boned animal, weight 2,060 poundt and it just the ue. 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, hangs close to the body-t- hat is aWKu&aWS. V BaBM QIsBaL T'Bsf 'aaBBW Kind to breed to, to get your big mule mares. R. L. BERRY, Huttonrllle Ky. Glen Brook A HIGH GRADE STALLION ld ChestMy high bred nut Sorrel Stallion will make the Sea-to- n of 1914 at my barn on the old fair rounds at Hustonville, Ky. He is 16 f lands high weight 1.200 pounds. He will serve a limited number of mares at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when mare is parted with, or leav. ing the county. This stallion is by lAshland Brook and out of standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to be a great breeder, having his colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good style and action. Call and tee a good horse before breeding time comes. 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, t .. .'i t" 'I r -- . v: i $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. Bafey'va BHMsBBsaRVv I will also stand the great mule jack lim Reed, the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's. Having sold his colts at $100 at weaning time and is a fine breeder, having colts to Newt of the Churches show for him here. He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and Union services will be held in June, style. He will stand at $10 to insure a July and August as follows: living colt. Money due when mare is June 21. Christian church by Rev. parted with or left the county. C H. Greer. June 27 Presbyterian church by Rev. B. W. LEIGH. Huttonrllle, Xy. D. M. Walker. July 5. Methodist church by Rev. I L, Uruce, 12. Prcsbjterian church by Rev. Registered Percheron Stallion 78868 C.July Greer. H. This is a splendid type of the breed. 19. Christian church by Rev Black with star in forehead. Foaled P.July Bruce. L. May 25th, 1910. July 26. Methodist church by Rev SIRE The great Percheron horse, M. Sam, 25035 (54608) an imported horse D.Aug. Walker. church by Rev 2. Christian from France, a winner at the Interna- C. H. Greer. tional at Chicago; also twice winner at 9 Presbterian church by Rev irginia State Fair, tipping the scales n Aug. Waitfirxt at 2450 nounds. Aug. 16. Methodist church by Rev. DAM. Mason Girl, Registry No P. L. Bruce 48W9. A beautiful black mare weighby church Aug. 2J. Presbvtcrian ing 1800. H. He will make the season at my farm Rev. C. 30 Greer. Methodist church by Rev. Aug. at Knoblick Station, Lincoln county L. Bruce. better known as the "Sowell Givens P. farm,' at Kentucky Fairs. $10 to Insure a Living Foal Money due when colt is foaled, mare Following are. the dates of Kentucky trailed or removed from county. county fairs, so far as reported : Care taken to prevent accidents, but Mt. Sterling. July 215 days. not responsible should any occur. Harrodsburg. July 28 4 days. Berea, July 293 davs. E. G. BICKLEY Uniontown, Aug. 4 5 days. Phone 671, Danville, Ky Taylorsville, Aug 4 3 days. Mt. Vernon, Aug 3 days. 4 davs. Burksville, Aug. Leitchfield, Aug 11 4 das. Perrville, Aug 12--3 days, Standing at Hnttoarille llmdhead, Aug 12 3 days. I will stand the two great draft Vanccburg. Aug, 12 I days. horses WATZMAN and FRENCH for Fern Creek, Aug 12 4 days. the season of 1914 at my farm near Sanders, Aug 133 davs. Hustonville, at the low sum of $10 each days. Columbia, Aug. 18 to insure a living colt. Hardinsburg, Aug 183 days, Watzman is an imported German Shepberdsville, Aug 184 days. coach horse. He sold for $3,000 oriStanford, Aug. 19 3 days. Lawrenccbtirg, Aug. 19 I days. ginally. I have used him two seasons Elizabethtown, Aug. 25 3 das. andlns colts show for themselves what he can do, all coining large size and Grayson, Aug 264 dajs. with lots of stjle. His colts show too I days. Ma field. Aug2o well what he does, to need an extended Shelbj ville. Aug. 26-- 3 das. description. Florence, Aug 273 davs. French is a Percheron, and a ComFrankfort, Sept. 1 4 das. pany horse originally and sold for Alexandria, Sept. 1 5 days. I bought him in Mrtralf county, Paris, Sept. 1 I days. vhere he has done splendid work in days. r.arbourville, Sept. Tompkinsvillc, Sept. 8 3 days. the stud. He produces splendid colts, the big stylish fellows with fine bone Hodgenville. Sept. days. and shape. He will attract attention Falmouth, Sept. 9 days. anywhere and is the kind of a breeder State Fair, Louisville, Sept 14 6 owners of mares are looking for. He Horse Cave, Sept. 23 1 dajs. weighs 1,600 pounds and gets colts like Glasgow, Sept. 30 4 days. him. days, Paducah, Oct. Murray, Oct. days. I also have two or three fine, big mule bleeding jacks which I will also County Court Days stand at $12 and $10. JlJiTtKED H. T. McROBERTS Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY is a safa, prompt af- fective remedy. It gives an immediate and grateful sense of relief, checks irritation and discharge, renders.breath-in- g free and restores general comfort. The Rexall Guarantee is given with every purchase of Rexail Catarrh Spray. This means, if it fails to satisfy, every cent paid for it will be returned to you, Complete treatment $1.00. K Ml Samson - Penny's Drug Store "The Rexall Store" Children Wash Suits Two Great Stallions 11-- 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 3 $2,-40- 0. 23 83 64 73 sewing herself. s, All kinds of new Dry Goods, Embroideries and Trimmings. We also have a large stock of Clothing, Oxfords, Odd Pants, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A special price now to all. Come in and let us show you something you have never seen before. Ham-burg- ROBINSON'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY J K. Baughmaa, Hnttoarille, Ky. Rex O'Dare dam Trixie Quick No. 8855; 3rd dam Maud M. Bay, left hind foot white, 16 hands high, foaled 1910. Will make the season of W14 at my stable on the Stanford and Shelby City pike, six miles from Stanford at $10 to insure a living colt. No service on Sunday. L. H. MESSER. Stanford, Kentucky. NO. 5000 By Chester Pcavine No. 31&4 by Rex Peavme No. 1795, By Rex McDonald, 833; 1st dam Ethel D. No. 8856; 2nd Old Drippii; Sprites The famous summer retort is now opea for seatoB and newly furnished. I will be in poiitioa to give guetts first class treatment, first class, fair and good accommodations A first class livery and feed stable in connection. Sates reasonable. Persons desiring rates will ptease write me at Crab Orchard, Ky. JOHN D, WILSON, Prop. Ulcota LodM N. r. 1(, (Mti la UU4 eomBBBicatloa on rtrh first tad laird Mandtf Bliktl el Mth maotk at T o'clock is tlwlr hall oa Mala Ml Ml, Wan tori. Kj. M40-brr- a ol attar lodae traurnallr invited to to praMOt. aaiasarrlS) anvVB"Jsl 60 A. pelow is a list ot the days County Courts arc held each month in counties in this part of the state: Anderson, Lawrenceburg, 3d Monday. Bath, Owingsville, 2d Monday. Bourbon, Paris, 1st Monday, Hojle, Uanville, 3d Monday. Breathitt, Jackson, 4th Monday. Clark, Winchester, 4th Monday. Fayette, Lexington, 2d Monday. Fleming, Flemingsburg, 4th Monday. Franklin, Frankfort, 1st Monday. .. Garrard, Lancaster, 4th Monday. Graht, Williamstown, 2d Monday. Harrison, Cynthiana, 4th Monday. Henry, Newcastle, 1st Monday. cssamine, Nicholasville, 3d Monday. ,ee, Bcatty ville, 4th Monday. Lincoln, Stanford, 2nd Monday. Madison, Richmond, 1st Monday. Mason, Maysville, 1st Monday. Mercer, Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3d Monday. Nicholas, Lagrange, 4th Monday. Owen, Owcnton, 4th Monday. Pendleton, Falmouth, 1st Monday. Powell, Stanton, 1st Monday. Pulaski, Somerset, 3d Monday. Scott, Georgetown, 3d Monday. Shelby, Shelbyville, 2d Monday. Wajn'c, Monticello, 4th Monday. Woodford, Versailles, 4th Monday. 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. Stop and see it work. Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a Bemis. It is fine for replantiug. 7" U. 'A , U Df.lkifjl.foq Veterinary Surgeon r farm drain tile. Also A carload of sewer pipe and Come to "The Fanners' a car of fresh Umc Just received. Supply House" for anything you want. J. W. USKLAMD. aat'r. W. Ii. Higgina i ? SOUTHERN orRAILWAY raasaaa CAnnntn thk south w- -R. M. TUi. B. r. A. U1M. Ky. I TO THE PU1LIC DANVILLE, KY. I represent the largest and best OFFICE NEXT LOOAN'1 1TABI clothing house in this countryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago, III . My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who it not a practical tailor. If you will give mc your order 1 will promise you Manufacturer a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper andDsster ki tirades or the higher priced. My spring TltCCI line of samples are now ready tor your Hifk-ClaStrawberry plants, fruit and shade inspection. Call and let me show you. trees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape X. C. EUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. Original Designs and Prompt Service vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, teed Guaranteed Quality Coaaectiona at all etc. Everything for Orchard FOR SALK.Victiola at a bargain, firinlte sad Marble Quarries. and garden. Free catalogue. No agents uak finish and in firt. class condition, Office aad Works on Cemetery Mill A. IMI U F. MMM 1.13 making splendid music, owner wishes Cloud oa Satardays Nurserymen since 1841 to purchase a larger one. Apply this Telephone No. 164. Lexington, Kentucky offfee f STANFORD, KY. made-to-order HARRY M JACOBS Don't Fail aaffaaVaMsVaflsaaaaVSK eaVBHsVaTflsaaaaaraC To Get Your Share of the ' VJ tl i, BARGAINS SATURDAY AT . u 1 4 "" 30-t- LL SANDERS, 1 ' Crah Orrhaiel;' jAa J. Y K teSffcn ,Mwil . ..r. i illdltli. !Tl h OJfcwMh. ,fh ,.i.,t.t,kL-- u im.Ci;n h ' ' -f- rp- K .; rf w-- ! " -.' .TW.ssr-JCsrMar---- sf " ' w '- Ll. . TE lmiMM Jt1Hft MT. IIH ITAKPtM, KtHTWCKY H1IAT, JW , ItK. - J MAPLES -- , situated two miles from Lancaster, on the .r 9tanfordand Lancaster turnpike, willbesoW at public sale, Tuesday, June yin, ai i o ciock. i -- This pi contains 250 acres of productive land, 175 acres now in young grass and blue now in corn and tobacco. The Sass,is75 acres well improved, well fenced and well tobacco barn, with watered. A new galvanised roof: stock barns and all necessary frame house is outbuildings. The modern in convenience, contains eight rooms, metal roof, two halls, two porches, the front porch being of cement and 36 feet long, ce- ment walks and beautiful driveway through a lawn of two acres, shaded with 100 trees, water maples, red bud maples and sugar trees. This is one of the most beautiful homes in Central Kentucky and only fifteen minutes drive from the city.with a $40,000 graded school. On account of failing health and advancing age, the sale is absolute. Persons from a distance desiring to look at same, will be met at trairr at any time, day or night, and all such persons are especially invited. v Possession given any time and terms will be liberal to suit purchaser. T. A. ELKIN, Lancaster, Ky. . f 10-acr- e ' The beautiful oW home of Capt. T. A. El-f- o, two-stor- y Buy Your mr- - n r Spring Suit of News comes here that Mr. R. B. of Lancaster, had the misfortune to loie a fine work horse a few weeks ago. Hinni Thompson, of Ottawa, has hc.n working for his brother, Wm. Ul-d- da;. The dry weather Mill connmiei nd ever) body u nopmg tor a geo9 iwi-errain. ' Mr. Charlie Thompson, still con lintiet in had health. Little Dcssie Smith cut her foot very badly while out playing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murrcll were the guests of their brother, Mr. Tqm MurrcH's Saturday night and Sunday. Mlcs Ida and Dora Mnrrell were the guests of Miss lsabcllc Hasty Sat urday night and Sunday. Miss Mencfcc Has the guest yf Misses Ida and Litzie Smith Saturday night. Mrs. Cynthia Rogers is at home with her parents this week. Mm Dura Sa)lor i the guest of Mrs. DaUv Simmon and Mrs. Gran ille Hcndrickson this week. c Watson is at Br) ant Mr. U rown's on a week's uslt. Miss Louisa Simpson was the de lightful guest of Mrs. Ida Thompson, Thursday night. Mr. John Rogers has a severe attack of crinnr Rev, Livingston filled his regular appointment here the fourth Sunday, Mr. Carter was also present and made an interesting talk along the line of Sunday School. There was a cry large crowd present. All enjojed an excellent sermon. The Mt. Zion church received a cry beautiful prccnt consisting of a silver communion set which was sent us h) Mr. Adam Carpenter. Every mem her of this church wishes to scud Mr. Carpenter their hanks for the nice prestnt. He is loved by all the com munttv and our doors arc open .my and He has all times for Mr. Carpenter. done so much for the rearing of the little church we have here. Wc feel it our dut to thank Mr. Carpenter for what he has dune lor us all here ami hope to meet him in the near future right here at our church. TJie singing school at this place is nicci). l rot. Dial is a progressing good teacher. We will have our Sunday schoolal nine o'clock every Sunday and certain, ly do want everjbod), old and joung to assist in some wav. .Miss hi la Menifee was the guest ot Mrs. Ida Thompson on Wednesday night. A lot of people here attended the Decoration exercises of Ephcsus Sun Li-ti- al When ou ask a mn to do anything and he says he'll think it over, that is a polite way to say he won't do It. You set mad all over if vou are quoted incorrectly one a jear. Hut how would vou like to be Shakespeare or Stat 1st lea. woman who was The named Mary now has a daugh'er who was named after a ruiiman car. Cheer nut If vou had monev cnouch to buy even thing ou wanted ou would have the dvsnensta so badly that all iu could absorb would be toast and water. The reason a woman is a woman is because she would rather pay $1.98 pre for an article and set a two-cemium with it than nav SI.50 for the same article without the premium. Reliano PwrUot Protection. 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You must suffer if you would have any return from your investment. Your premiums have no earning value. RELIANCE PERFECT PROTECTION POLICIES are fundamentally life policies. They carry all the excellent features of the regular life policy, the cash dividends, the paid-uvalue, the borrowing power, the money-earnin- g and money-savinfeatures that have made life insurance the ideal investment for the average man. You who carry NO insurance are neglecting your duty-t- he of your loved ones. You are tempting fate by your indifference. You are GAMBLING against your life and your health, and you are sure to lose. Consider, then, RELIANCE PERFECT PROTECTION. PERFECT PROTECTION means just what its words imply. It means insurance that covers you at all times with a mantle of security, that guards your interests, that PROTECTS you. Reliance policies pay you for loss of time, a day, a year, pay for any illness, pay for any accident, and in case you die as a result of the accident, pay from two to five times the face of tne policy. Reliance policies are are Should you bep g safe-guardin- GREEN BRIER Wc have been liavinir some drv wet thcr, but wc sure wete glad to sec tie good rain Monday evening. Mr. Lovd Sims has moved back to this county and has rented a place on the pike. .Mr. A. L. Munsic and family went to Mt. Ullvc Saturday to the decoration, o in M Munsic and family Mrs. have been visiting her father-in-la. L. Munsic. lohn Munsic visited his f.fther Levi Munsic's Sunday night. Mr. Walter Carson was calling at A. C Munsic's Sunday. Mr Clavloti Padgett and wife visit vd Mr. John Leach last week. Mrs. Ella Curtis and mother, Miss Sophia Munsic went straw berry picking Tuesday. Mr Oscar Claunch and family visited Sam Camden last Sumlav Mr. Elmer Woods v isited Lev i Mun sic Saturday night. Miss Edna Munsic visited her grand father Tuesday. Mr. Amlv. Gooch spent Satttrdav night with his father and mother. tnee and little sister were calling at Mr. Mrlvin Caldwell ami wife. Gar g J. F, Cummins At ?' Wm. Thompson is putting out a crop. Mrs J. L. Johnson's sister is on a viU from Mt. Vernon. Mr. (jrecu Adams is might had oft Ho avs lit: almost mothers to death There will be a holiness meeting at Mr. Hen Lamb's next Saturday night and Sunday. The singing will go on here over Sat urdav evening and Sunday for a good while. Mrs. Etta Dclaney, of Louisville is at hoti'c for a visit to her parents, Mrs. and Mr. A. H. Noakes. WAYNESBDRG The Trustees are having anotb room added to the school building. fhe have elected Profs. Bcngc, Ros-co- c Wheeldon and Miss Jennie Robinson teachers for the coming year. Mrs. T. J. Buncson and children, Agatha anu Orval. visited her sister, Mrs. J. G. Record at Lexington last week. Mr. Ralph Ross returned to his hame in Gentry, Mo, Monday after spending several das with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Doolin and children, of Danville, visited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T H. Nolan last week. Mr. Barbee Wheeldon. of Danville, is visiting his parents here this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. f. C. Singleton and daughter. El sie were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Durward Singleton at Danville Satur-iaMav 50th. Mr. and Mrs. Crus Johnson and hcildrcn are visiting her mother, Mrs Mace Revnolds. Mr. Oliver Singleton and Miss Mary Warriuer, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gadbcr-r- y w.-rthe guests of Miss Itarnie Tartar, at Vosemite Saturday and Sunday Messrs. Willie Warriner and Ro Singleton attended church at Pleasant Point Sunday. Mrs. H. L. Dumas and little daughter, Thelma, Misses Bessie, Oma and Nettie Caldwell, went to Lexington on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wilson, of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dumas first of the week. Mr. Albert Caldwell came home from Cincinnati Sunday to visit his father G. A. Caldwell. Miss Velma Morgan is able to be out again after suffering very much from an of abcess on her tooth. Miss Elgie Singleton is visiting Miss Ksta Johnson. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. ncel Petrey was buried in the Wu ncsburg cemetery Tuesday. v. c Wtl-mor- e, Thompon. COST BEE LICK The farmers were glad to see tin good rain which fell a few das ago. Mrs. David Proctor stilt keeps about the same. Mrs. W. E. Taj lor is bitter at this writing. Mr. William Scott has been on the sick list. Mrs. Elbert Elder has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Julia Hast) of Quail, for the last few d.i)s. Miss Dessic Cash, of Brodhead, is sta)ing with her brother, John this week Mrs. Mary Brown andjicr son. Pics have rtturmd from Crawfordsv illc, where they have hem visiting for a while. M. E. Owens, our deputy clerk, sa)S he ba given up his office and is going He has aliout otic half to farming. of an acre of new ground ready to plant. We hope he will have a good success. Mr. A. L. Scott is better at this writing !. M. Tavjor was a Woodstock last week on business. Mr. W M. Scott is going to have his duelling house made new with a new coat of paint Mr. Walter Scott was in Broughton. own last week on business. W. A. Owens is having a fine singing at Providence. PAINT LICK of Mt!scs Ratcliffe and Crutcher, Richmond, were guests of Miss Stella McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs E. C. McWhorter spent a few das in Danville. Mis. W. G. Kemper, of Lexington, is with friends here. The closing exercises of our school were well attended and the address to the three graduates by Rev. J. W. Beagle was of high character and was well received. rof. G. L. Watcrbury attended the closing exercises at our school. The ladies of the Walnutta Methodist church gave a strawberry supper on Saturday night. 30th. Dr. and Mrs. N. Ma)s, W. C Wjnn and two sons attended the burial of Senator W. O. I'radlc). Mrs. Ma)s is a sister of Senator Bradley. It is getting very dry and gardens and farm crons are nredtng ram. 1'he Mt. Tabor Baptist church has at la-- t bought of Wdlter Hammack a parsonage and Rev. C. S. Ellis, the pd'tor, will soon move in and take possession of his new home. las. Butler who has been clerking for Treadway & Denny, is now with Hednck fc Son. "Jimm)" knows how to handle dry goods and everything else in a store, from a pin to a washing machme, and is alwajs ready to wait upon customers. Prof R. A. London and wife have left for Henderson. non-forfeitabl- e, self-protectin- g. come permanently disabled they become fully paid up immediately, and your cash payments start at once. . When you die, your heirs obtain the balance due you, either in cash or in payments as you may direct. Should you die from disease, your heirs are paid the face of the policy. Other health and accident policies pay nothing for death through illness. ordinary RELIANCE PERFECT PROTECTION costs you little more than an INSURANGE. life insurance policy. Perfect protection allows you to PAY FOR YOUR LIFE INSURANCE WITH THE SAVING ON YOUR ACGIDENT AND HEALTH in- THE RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY is the strongest stitution of its kind in America. It has more actual money back of and protecting each dollar of insurance than has any other life insurance company in the world. Gall, telephone or write for full particulars of RELIANGE PERFEGT PROTECTION. RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BROMLEY OF PITTSBURGH BROMLEY, General Agent, STANFORD, KENTUCKY f R. G. Woods and family have return j ed from Kussell county, where the casn ier has been on a business and pleasure trip. i per setting of 15 Fawn and White Indian ll. L. Wallace and son, Jewell, and per IS. Mrs. S. J. Erabry, Stanford, Ky. Misses Chastine and Geneva Kucker went to licrca last Wednesday nigh to see 'Queen Esther." S. C. Black Orpington Eggs. Runner Duck eggs, $100 PARKSV1LLE Mr. W II. Ovcrstrcet left for Louis. villc on an early tram Monday morn- "IK- - Col. James Kusell, of Gravel .Switch spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ma. u HCBA NKED HS MONEY AND K r BECAME A BUSINESS YOU CAN DO PARTNER. THE SAME You hear them say that "So and So" gave "What's Hie Name" his first start by taking him into partnership. No! The MONEY HE HAD IN THE BANK gave him his first --start. "So and So" needed him and could use him and his noncy in the business. Besides, the boy who is putting money in the bank can be trusted. Rich men are hunting for Coratt Tli'mas M. Purdom, v.jfc and daiighur. Miss Lena Purdom, were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spins last Sunda). Mr Lexington. , Mrs. '. L. Young and sou Master Dotridge Young, of Louisville, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Green and Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Ack Watson, of Lebanon Junction, have arrived and are stopping with Mrs Watson's parents, Uev. J. W. Edwards and wife. Ur. lobert. wife and hcildrcn. of Lebanon, are visiting Mrs. Cohen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. BauuRman on the Danville and Perryville road. Mr and Mrs. O. I). Murphy, children and Mr. J. P. Daker, of Science Hill, iwio is their guest, spent last Saturday with Mr. II. H. Baker and wife in Dan ville. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bourne, of Shel- by City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J, L. i'reston. Miss Geo Drown is visiting her cousin. Miss Amelia Scott at Nicholas-villc. Miss Lucy Hankla. of Junction Citv, the sucst of her cousin, Miss Mvrtlc Drown. Miss Marie Tarkington has returned from a delightful visit to Miss 1 mi ence Carter at Stanford. Master Maurice David HumMe, of London, is with his grandparents, Mr. anu Mrs. F. 'M. Uotvcr. Mrs. Anna l'ajne, Mr. and Mrs Bernard 1'avne, of Shelby count), have been the guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. 1. Keiu Mrs. Frank Jackson and son, of Lebanon Junction, arrived last Sundav and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. Public Sale House and Lot. AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF MRS. E CEASED, I WILL OFFER FOR SALE JUGGINS, DE- Monday. June 89 74 AT 2 P. M., IN FRONT OF THE COURTHOUSE A DOOR, HOUSE AND LOT ON WEST MAIN STREET NOW OCCUPIED BY MISS BESSIE RICHARDS; 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 CENTRALLY LOCATED, CONVENIENT TO THE BUSINESS OF THE TOWN, TO THE CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, ETC. THE RESIDENCE HAS FOUR ROOMS, A BACK PORCH AND A GOOD CELLAR POSSESSION GIVEN AUG. 1, 1914 OR SOONER IF VACATED. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. r i datives, has returned to her home Miss Annie Cosby, who has guest of u them. Make OUR bank YOUR bank Stite G. G. Bank & Trust Company Surplus, $1,160. n. SALIN, Cashier. W.G. SMITH. M. p-e- Capital, $50,000.00. w, l. Mccarty, J. 8. RICE, PERRY, s. 0. L. PENNY, UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool ' I. V. D. am. Pirmkmt W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Amkluiiin Stale SUM Comb Wbitc Lghorni, Black Orpington, White Rocks and Blue Indian Rwmer and WiW Mallard Duck. We have finest mat- Mr owned, and arc in a potHton to lurnitn eggs that will hatch win (avert, bend order aneaa it vou want eggi delivered promptly. U.W and 11.00 per fifteen. We mm nwtimr S5UU. M.W. Kveral nice $. C White Leghorn cockerels at $5.00 each if takes LOMBARBY MEIBHTB POULTRY FARM Jm O. M, Prep, Stuferd, Ky. Egft! Eggs!! Eggs!!! ijw, Luke McLuke Sayi h What has become of the ipned woman who used to believe that she would have seven years of bad mck if she broke a looking glass. Every man knows one fellow who usn't any faults. And lie doesnt nave to go far to lay his hand on him ither. If a man has a red nc;c, he has to a ear it and let it go at that. But it a woman has a crimson beak she can tlwavs wear a Beauty Veil. The children were a whole lot more obedient in the old days when Father kept a paddle in the woodshed and Mother wasn't afraid to use her slip, per. Any married man with a family can tell vou that the only time he ever gets any attention at home Is when ie is too kick to appreciate it. The modest woman, who won't wear i silk skirt because it exposes, one limb ill often wear a .ilhouet skirt and expose both of them. Lots of men who are too wise to tr to carry water in a sieve will argue with a woman. The world will be growing better, but there are still too many legislators who talk temperance. Lots, of poor boobs who regard gambling as a crime will start in and try to get rich raising chickens. When a man is using the telenhone ou can always tell when a woman is it trie other end of the wire, A sntke charmer is usually a female who looks as though she took to nakcs because her face would scare invthing else. Some day when we get things running right, there will be a law against carrving concealed hammers. The Kansas State officials proudly unnnunce that 80,000 ouarts of joy juice were imported into Topeka and con uimrit la month. Wha'i afraid of prohibition? old-fasbooze-drinkin- g Concrete for Crib W. H. Higgins Exor. J. P. Chandler, Auitiouer. Foundations Almost every farmer tuf. fera an actual money lose mveh Urgtr Jfafl h naktm, through the ravage of rata and mice in his cribs and granaries. Concrete foundation for criba atop this loss instant ly. They are absolutely vsrminproof and practically everlasting. f.-- T C It'lmAM nl f7MU-.- t, Tmiii Ice J. L Bsszky LEHIGH CEMENT PORTLAND. neiriaHy adapted for aae oa the fan fee attea, watt trough. kanta, ate, m acaoaat ei Its maraasu atraaftli cranMaqr. H y waa tfca has sat fcr. your MrtimUr tut cob ia aad aakMfeeLBMKMi Wa carry k. and family. Mrs. Margaret Herold, of Junction City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Illenkcnship and family. is visiting Mrs. J. T. lllankcnship Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Piste 54 NtiipifrM. vMSTSSjBJi aaj. Iud., isa visiting relatives here. The singing school which Rev. James Martin, has been conducting at Liber-t- y church, near this place came to a close last Sunday. May .list. There was a large crowd of people in attendance a free for all dinner was served on the ground and rfveryliody enjo)ed themselves throughout the day. Rev, Carmicliael will preach at Lib. erty on the second Sunday night n mLljliF JBhsMsBBVyiQfcf lE mr t June. Mr. Lowcnthal the dry goods drum- UfMERTAKER AN! EftttALNEJI mer was at Whceldon's Store. May DmIsm 36th in bis auto. Lola Wheeldon, brother and cousin, FwRNwrt Metttaf, Bum. Fur Mrs. Lucinda Proctor arc very ill at tors M Kb this writing. we VlMBs Mrs. barah oodby visited ntr pear Bobtown. STAMPS KY WHEELDON'S STORE Miss l'.ffic Wheeldon and little brother, Elmer, of West Terre Haute, GEO. H. FARRIS, Stamford, Kentucky J k Co f lmM I k ht UNKSTAKER AIM EsttALsW MmMlsf. HeMM iTAUfSSt, KUTVCKY. .ft '.i ) . yfrl fr-A- i' VftitrUf i ... - teflB; Atm . ,iwJ fl a., m .t. - "t "r"'r "W me-- ? TMB Miss Mary F.lfiabeth McKlnncy, who An interesting society event in Danville Saturday evening will lie the wed-diof Mr. K. M. Fisher, of Stanford, and Miss Cornlc Penny, the beautiful and attractive daiiRhter of Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Penny. Quite a number of friends of oth the bride and Rrooni will (to over to Danville to attend the nuptial ceremony of this popular young couple. IWTH101 JOMHAa. en- UTAH TOb, KIWTUCstT. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1914. ha, been attending school at Oamhicr, tertained a large number of boys and O, returned home Thursday nlRht. girls at her beautiul home on the Dan-rill- e LMlLEEYE SAUL cyu gwr MOI m TM ETtS-MW YMT jfcfT.WMW tiasgtMil tatw KJSW1.K KTM arc Mttafr Mmm. M fcsy sit I y in, awHf fty Hw M. flwdii, been pursuing his studies In the mechanical and electrical departments at State University, in Lexington, and l rke last Tuesday afternoon In a member of the 1914 vrailuating class honor of her nephew and niece, William Mr, llayden will go in the shops or designing department nt the Powers and Frances Tate. comAfter a short visit with his parents, Company, and from there Into the This operating department. mercial or Mr, mil Mrs. J. W llayden, In Paris, company manufactures thermometers Mr, Hills II. Hay den will leave for and other useful devices used in conCanada, where he has secured nection with high power machinery and a lucrative position with the Powers heating plants. Paris Kcntucky-Citi-teNcRtilator Company, Mr, Haydcn has Mrs. T, A. Rice most delightfully -To-ont- o. Miss Rsakla KattrUint Miss Kva Nankin was hostess of a Very delightful party on last Wedncs-iia- v rwntnu. lime .1. 1014. in honor of her guests, Misses Ethel Dodge, of Ostrander, O., and (ittstava Rankin, of Monticpllo. All rrnortri! a ileliolilfnl time. Those present were Misses Guj- tava Rankin, Ethel Dodge, Lcilia Carr, Jones, Lucy SKonamore, Gertrude Mina Rankin, Flora Mcllcath, Maggie Rankin, Kate Holt-clatlessie Pullman, May Hnltrclaw, Linnie Rankin, Marietta King, Marietta Goggin, F.lsie Morris. Hess Holtclaw. Ilcttie Walter. Pearl Christman, Ellen Mae Molticlaw, Messrs. Sam Harris, William Mobley, Ftine Givensj Wesley Smith, Lawrence Stokes, Davnl Rankin, Ewalt Givcns, As Ysw Paetar . ffVT,- Ernest Christman, Johnson Rankin, Morris Luce, David Morris, Albert Organized baseball ...n (ir.i Mnml Srfoon.imore. Ed Holtzclaw. John Ran- kn, nam rope, iicorgc rope, ihos. in a decision in Chicaco which Is re- KanKin, n.irry ijnggin. amiin KanKin, iar(ici as vital in tlic fiRht with the J, . liatllelil anil l.imuay Kankin. (Federal Leagues. Hair Tonic i t rMTM KWK MliTft PERSONAL and SOCIAL week. William WarficM. of Pari, is visit-- I tii; I'!1 aunt, Mrs, St. I), Klmorc, Mn l.ircic llc.ulcv is isitinc her stMcr, Mrs I' C. S.iihIuIkc at MiIIciIkc- Vlllf Miss Ma I. co Campbell, of Cmli Orhc.inl, is the jjucst of Miss M.i M. 1'tltlM. Mm I linlirlli IHrkiih lias return cil home from tlic Colleuc of Music at Cincinii.iii l)r ami Mrs, W , II O'llannoti motored to Lexington Wcdnesila) ami spirit MMtal Miss I'ltinu Warren and Miss Mary Ilrmki'tt ate tpciuliiiK soer.il in Cincirn.ili Miss Charlotte Warren, who lias liecn tc.ieliiiiK in Milforil, Tex, is at I101110 for .lie sunitncr. Mr and Mrs James A lleailey and d.uiKlitrrs, of Untie. itrr, were tlic Riiests of Mrs Will I lays. Mrs J V NcikIiIhim, of I. million, was the KtirM of Iter sister, Mrs. W K Warnir last week Hart well Sli.inU and sister, Maritar. rt, arc MsititiK tlieir aunt, Mrs. II Kir-lilloiirnc at New Castle MuinmI WV.ithrrfonl, of I'lnladelplii.i I'a , is vititinu Ins parents, Sheriff and Mrs W J Weatherford Mr ami Mrs, U II Hoiiriir, of speirt Sunda) with tlieir ilaiiKli ter. Mrs W K Warner M' Sue Taylor rnuliman. who tiiiKht music at ItoiirtMiii CoIIcrc at l'an last term is at home Mist Mien Moore returned home on Thnisdas after a isit to her sister, Mrs C 1 Scliocnr at St Lotus The name of Joe'ihme (iooch was inadertintlv omitud from the honor roll of tlti fourth uradc last wick and Itltle daughter. GrorKC Flits Martha, of Cimniniihatn, Kan. arc the of relatives and friends here of Jackonilr Mis I loisr etk to spend b'la , armed here in III. summer with relatives and friend Mrs Frank l.ce ami haliv. of Middles lcro arc the ituests of her hrntlirr, J W Rochester anil Mrs Marv Owslev r Mrs I fi Carpinter and Miss C cte the vtict of minuter v Mr. M F Fih at Crah Orchard social ila4 this dcoruc I). Hopper was in Louiillf JUNE CLEARANCE SALE! Begins Thursday, June 4th, 1914 Beginning Thursday, June 4th, and continuing until June 20th, we will offer absolutely everything in our big stock; except a few restricted price articles, at decided reductions for CASH. This is a real MONEY SAVING EVENT as you select just what you want and get it at a reduced price. And you have the selection of the best stock of Ladies' Garments and Dry Goods in Central Kentucky. While sale lasts 17 days we advise you to come early as many lines will be closed out quickly. TERMS OF SALE-SpotCa- SPECIALS 5c 5c 10c made. Best Apron Ginghams. Bert nualities of Calices ila. wi-ik- s Natural absorbant Linen Towels. Best low price towel J 10c 10c Pure Linen Silver Crash Toweling. Bleach v I.an-raste- White embroidered dotted Swisses made to sell at $25c. 40c CO JCtK, Fine Mercerized Table mask full two yards. Da- piti-st- s sh. No Goods laid aside or sent on approval Extra quality Irish Union Taj,e Linen 66 inches wide IM worth 75c yard Joc-pinti- Everything Reduced, But We Mention a Few Things Merely to Give an Idea of Reductions Dress Silks Every piece of silk both plain and fancy will be marked at very low prices for this sale and a number of dress patterns of Novelty silks will be marked but little over half. There will also be a table of short lengths of all kinds of silks at half price. 50c inches. Excellent quality pure bleached seamless sheets 81 by 90 Fri-da- Miss N'ancv Ycar.tr returned after sprnilni! several davs with her Rrand. falher, CeoiRc l IlrtRht at Whitley Citv Mrs K T lleailev and daiiRhtir, Woodcock, of Shelby City, arc the Riicsts of Mrs Lie Stone and dauRh Si-dt- c Household Linens You will save from 10c to 20c on every dollar you spend for household linens during this sale. Every piece of Irish and German Table Linen, all Napkins, Towels, Crashes, Table Cloths Fancy Linens, Sheets, Pillow Cases, etc., will be olfered at greatly reduced prices during this sale. White and Wash Dresses We will offer our entire line of White Dresses, ranting in price from d $5 to $35 at a reduction of from regular prices and a small lot of very handsome dresses made of fine colored Imported Crepes at Half Price. one-thir- Gold Jewelry BATH During this sale we will offer our full line of solid gold jewelry at decided reductions from our already low puces. Newest styles in Brooches, Cameos, LaVallierras, Cuff Buttons, Fobs, Lockets, Rings, Bracelets, Beads, Chains etc. TOWELS We offer open stock only of fine Colored border Turkish Bath Towels very cheap. Towels, 45c. $1 ters William Yauer and I lush Held Fu ter who have hern atlendtnir the Mill Ury Institution at MillcrshiirK, are at home. Mis Jennie Duncan, of I.ancaster and Mr- - W S Flktn. of Atlanta. (la. arc the rucsu of their sister, Mrs Charlotte arren Miss Patience Calmcsc. is at home with her mother Mrs Cala Cilmec for She has hecn attcmlinR the summer schorl at NashviUe Mrs I M Ilrncc vnl daiiRhter Kath-mnhave rtturiied atfer a visit of cteral weeks to her sister. Mrs J K Lcailev at Jacksonville, Fla. J W Koihcster, assistant cashier, ami Lee Hill Imokkicucr of the Lincoln County National Hank mutnrtd to LexiiiRton and Frankfort last week. Kcv and Mr W S Grinstead, ol I ondnn, are the iI.iurIi. ruck of theirW llrv K r, Mc'arnes I K Harris J ant and 'esse Walter Mrs I lsa Itruninp. who was the opular vocal music teicher at the (Iraded and llich School last term has returned tn her home n Cincinnati loeph loptrr is at home from Pan-vilwith hi mother Mr Kittle Ho-pHe wdl returned to Danville net weik for Cmmencement, hcinR a Rrad-uat- e of C U this year. I for C Kevnolds left Thursday Maysville, to join his wife and little visit-in- n daiiRhter, Itcrnice May. who arc her parents, Mr and Mrs Frank bmith Mrs L F Carpenter and son. Jack, of Philadelphia, Pa. who have hecn MsititiR her parents, Mr and Mrs. J N Minefec. Sr, nturned home this week Dr and Mrs. T W. StallinRs, of Cincinnati were the rucMs of Mrs. J 0, Carpi ntcr several days this week leuinR for Oklahoma where they will make their future home. Miss Heme Paxton is in Lexington this witk to see Tyler Watts Rradtutc frctn State University. She will make a visit to Mrs. Ilcttie Huffman at the ho.ne ol Dr, and Mrs. J M. HronaitRli. Supt. W C Wilson, of the Stanford to (iraded and HirIi Schools, wmt LcxinRton Wednesday inonunR to State University Commencement, In fore leavuiK for his home in Wihster county for the summer vacation Mr A. II. llurilclte has returned funn a visit to his hrotlier in Stanford ami had an injoyable fithinR trip, tin which he captured alxmt fifty ounds of fine fisli. IlurKin Cor. to Harrods-ImrLeader Klv HiRele, a studmt of the seminary at Dayton, O. was hire a few days this week with Kcv Last J (j Itosslurt on his way to llernstdt where he will have clurRC ot a church at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Joins IlaiiRhnun, of Morelanil. are rcceiviiiR the congratu-lation- s of many friends upon the arrival of another little m in thur hume The vouiiRSter has httn named j K HauKhman. Jr. Mrs. II, A. Dorc), or Carlisle. Kv . is mute suk with appimlicitis at the home of lur father. Kcv, W. lv, Arnold Mrs, Shelby on Fan Main strut Outs and children have nturned from Columbia where they visitid her parents. Kcv and Mr. W. F. HoRart. Danville MesseiiRer. e. lc er at-ttthto-loRic- Towels, 65c; 75c Towels, $55c; 60c White Dress Goods Every piece of our great line of goods, both plain white cotton and fancy will be at greatly reduced prices during this sale and we will Tailored Suits HALF PRICE We offer you choice ol over one hundred this season's latest and best style ruits, in all the newest materials and colors and any one at just first price. one-half Spring Coats HALF PRICE We offer our entire stock of Silk Moire Coats and all wool coats at exlf original prices. actly One-Ha- Wash Shirt Waists Best selling line we have ever had but they also go into this sale. 79c for all Waists 95c for all Waists $1 IS Choice of a table of towels Huck Guest Towels and Towels. None ot them less than 25c. 17C ' iita OFFER A COUNTER FULL OF VERY FINE IMPORTED NOVELTY CREPES AND RATINES IN WHITE AND COLORS THAT SOLD AT 75c TO 12 YARD, AT HALF PRICE. BUY NOW. Sl.40 that sold for $1. that sold at $1.25. for all Waists that sold at $1.50. for all Waists that sold at $2. QQ All our best pure wool Challies. print-d- 112.50 Tailored 118 50 Tailored Suits Suits $25 00 Tailored Suits 135.00 Tailored Suits now S6.25 now $9.25 now 112.50 now $17.50 Separate Dress Skirts HALF PRICE Silver and Cut Glass Special low prices on all Cut Glass, China and plated Silverware and 1847 Knives and Forks and Spoons. OA. AUC pi. Gray Men's extra heavy Silk half hose in Black, Navy, and Tan. Fiist price was $35c. Wash Frbrics yd All Dress Ginghams that sold at 10c. 9c yd All Dress Ginghams that sold at 15c. Scotch Ginghams 15c yd. Imported that sold for 25c. 9c yd. All best 36 inch Percales that sold at 12 10c yd Genuine "Kiddie" cloth that sold at 15c. 15c yd. All Crepes and Ratines that were 25c. 12 yd Serpentine Crepes that sold at 20c. 9c yd. All best 36 inch Silkalines that sold at 12 7 75 Silk Dresses HALF PRICE We offer you choice of more than Silk Dresses made of Crepe Meteors, Taffetas, Crepe du Chene, Pussywillow, etc., all strictly new and at one half oilginal price. Shirt Waists Our entire stock of Chiffon Waists, Ciepe du Chene Waists and Silk Shadow Lace Waists will be greatly reduced for this sale. $3.73 Shadow Lace Waists for $2. Ladies' Furnishings Very low prices will be made on d Front Lacing Corsets, Warner's Rust Proof Corsets and Redfern Corsets. All kinds of Neckwear, Kid Gloves Fabric Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Jewelry, Beads etc. Gos-sar- Og. OuC Genuine MeCallum pare Siik Thread Stockings, black, tans, gray, pink, in white, blue, bronze. Best $1 stocking made. pr 1 C IOC sold at 23c to 50c yd. iJ 0f wide uncy Ribbons that ). choice f aDOut pieces vj Ladies' Raincoats During this sale we will offer raincoats at prices low enough to buy for the future made ed Repps, were $5. $4.50 Raincoats made were $6.50 made C.50 Raincoats Canton, were $10. $0 50 Raiucoats made ardinrs, were $13.75 $3.25 Raincoats Party Dresses Made of Taffetas and Crepe Meteors and have been here only a few weeks, and were remarkably cheap at first prices. During this sale we will offer the $19.75 Patty Dresses for $13 25 and the $15.00 dresses for $10. If interested, come early. Children's Dreue We offer our line of the celebrated Detroit-PrinceChildrens' Dresses the best made and best style dresses ever made for children. ss of fine Mercerizof Silk Cantons, of Double Silk of Imported Gab Choice ol about 15 styles of genuine Flaxons in checks and stripes reduced from 25c. 1 I y. JB. 50c for all Dresses that sold at 75c. 95c for all dresses that sold at $1.22. $1.15 for all Dresses that sold at $1 50 $1.35 for all Dresses that sold at $2. GOWNS, Skirts, Drawers and Com- binations all single garments and Underwear Dress Linens Just at the very time you want dress linens we offer them to you at greatly reduced prices. Full lines of Colored Linen from 25c to It yd. White Dress linens of every kind from sheerest linen lawns to heavy crashes and from 25c yd to l.7S and all reduced for this sale. small lots of Muslin Wool Dresses HALF PRICE Wc have left a number of very choice dresses made of very light weight, all wool Crepes, Poplins, etc., which sold at $7.50 to $15 and will offer all at half price. will be out at but little over half White Wash Skirts We have just received a large number of new Pique and Ratine shirts at $1.75 to $4, but as we advertise "everything," these will also be at reduced House Dresses During this sale we will offer our enHouse and of the Morning Dresses in Cambrics, Ginghams, Flaxons and Eponges at very t OF ONE low prices. 75c CHOICE HOUSE DRESSES. HUNDRED price. tire line "Dix-Mak- e" MUNSING separate Union suits lor Women, Women's garments will be in this price. WERE Men and Children and rale at decided reductions. $1.25 Linen Dust Coats White Dresses $2.98 We offer choice new White Crepe ses, and also some ses that sold at $5 of about twenty-fiv- e and Lingerie Drescolored Crepe Dresto $6.50 for $2.98. Parasols and Umbrellas These have just been received but will be in sale at reduced prices, as well as our entire line of Mens' and Worn-en- s' Umbrellas. Inported Freick Lugerie We will offer our entire line of genuine French Hand made and hand Embroidered Gowns, Skirts, Chemises aca LESS Combinations at THAN REGULAR PRICE. ONE-THIRD Half Price CI OR $1.90 Pure silk J"cy top PcUi coats in Black and colors. MUlMiMAMtESTrO Many people suffer the tortures of Ume muscles and stiffened joints because of impurities in the blood, and each attack seems uiore acute until rheumatism has Invaded the whole system. To arrest rheumatism it Is quite as important to improve your general health aa to purify your bloouVandthe cod liver oil A. B. ROBERTSON & DANVILLE, KENTUCKY BRO-- , t Scott's Kmulsion is helping thousands everyday who could not Cnd other relief. Refute the alcoholic substitute. laScott'tHmulsion fa nature';rct blood-akc- r, while its nediciaal nourishment e atreuglhens the orRant to expel topuxiUes and upbuild your strength. TMEIKTIttO JOVIRAL TAIfOII, KtKTVCKY. FRtBAT, jVNK I. 1114. and mortar. mni paint, wibeat material atisbrick to goo4 t not TIm withstand these assaults. tf . ffafcm i mHtutlf trying t war hmt ceartaatly gnawing way at ? Hanna's Green Seal Paint ii a scientifically determined werreaiter. It Is the result of mar yean of experiment of watching the wear of the different compounds until the perfect combination of lead, oil and tine has been found It is smooth, free spread lag, elastic and durable. Formula on every package. FOR SALE BT L. L. SANDERS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. G. B. PRU1TT, MORELAND, KY. FARM AND STOCK BmsmamasamMBn of Anderson A Hawkins & Uro., county, sold 422 cattle at $3 per l'hey will average 1.250 pounds. M. It ice, of Montgomery county sold last vvcik to J, L. Robins, of Bourlambs, averbon county, twenty-thre- e aging nhotit 70 pounds. The price was 7 - cents a pound. 1 W. Jones, local stock dealer, pur- chased the following lambs this week 60 lambs weighing 70 pounds at seven ami a nan cents irotni. u, iiaminouus averaging out on tne w.inviiic pike; to pounds at 8 per liumlrcil; ot Win. (right, cashier of the Lincoln County d National Hank, 20 from Owslcj at seven and a half cents per noiind. O.i the live stock market, Monday at vVitu'tiestcr. alxnit $1,000 cattle were oflcrrd. but few changed hands. The best price was 7 cents. The out- of for a drouth and shortage grass, seems to nave retarded the There wcrcfew hogs cattle market. and sheep on the market with biijcrs equally a few. Mules sold slow, ,i few pairs exchanging hands at from $400 to $500. M. L. Hrown, of Cincinnati. Saturday bought of Clarence I cllus, of Paris 27; head of extra stoppers, averaging 1,180 pounds, at $7.65 straight. They were weighed in at Cvuthiana. and were said to be high in ipialitv Thev go to the Baltimore market. The fact that an fot offer from another Imvcr of 8.37 50 head of corn cattle" was refused was construed as evidence that Mr. LcKus is optimistic regarding the cattle marbun-dr"d. 3-New-lan2 NEWS l'ARIS Rrccn at V. 1L HiRBins.' '2 FOR SALE. 20,000 Hraiilian potato plants, 25c per hundtcd. W. S. Wig-ha44-- 2 Morcland, Ky. tobaccp Fine FOR SALE lied; has never hcen pulled. 1'. L. Beck, 44-- 2 K. D 2, Stanford. FOR SALE. Thirteen pure-bre- d Duroc sows,-- now weaning first litters. Two fresh jersey cows. A. W. Carpcn-.tc- r, Morcland, Ky. 4Jtf. WE arc now hurdling the well known DierinK Farm Implements. We have anything from repairs to a mowing machine to a threshing macninc com. plcie. Also hinder twine Call on us hefore you buy. C H. Carter and Son. 100-fo- 44-- tf Hail Insurance, National Union Fire Insurance Co., of Pittsburg, Pa., cash capital, 1,000,000, provides indemnity for loss and damage to growing torates, sound bacco crops, Equitable protection, square dealing For information apply to Harry L. llriggs, Agt. Danville, Kv. 45-4- p. Tobacco Hail Insurance Protect your crop with an old strong company. C. Hays Foster about the Hartford policy Watson & Simpson, of Georgetown, sold 300 head of stock cattle, receiving for them about $1,000. purchased Win. Whalcy, of Paris, several fancy hunches of cattle at Winchester, pa) inn in the neighborhood of $7 per hundred pounds. ltamm.ick & Summers, of Todd coun. bought 19 head of nmlcs from Clarence Summers, of Hardin courty, at $120 per head. John Tjlcr, of Mercer county, sold to Hatched & Bottom 21 sheep for ?8 per head, also two heifers and one cow for $11)5. Over in Bojle, Robert Kno Tark a ington sold to Hugh Tarkuuton suckling mare mule for $130. This colt was first sold by Charles Semonis to V. T Robinson for $110. and later sold by Mr. Robinson for $110, Turkman for $120. C. R. Martin, of Danville, bought of J. Lee Murphy, near Hedgcville, two sows and pigs for $75: one sow and nigs of Mr. Dunn for $20, ten heifers of Lindsay Coffman, at $3u per head; of same party two cows for $100, and sold two sows and pigs to .1. F. Epperson for $67.50 one sow and pigs to V. H. Sallec for $32.50. Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma raisers of wheat, need at least 82,000 more men to help in harvesting crops and the commisioncrs of labor of those states have asked Secretary of Labor Wilson with to have his department them in obtaining the necessary work. The men will be wanted by June 14. and the pay, it is stated, will range from $2 to $.150 a day. The Lexington Herald said Wednesday of a well known Stanford horseman J. W. Englcman. of Lexington n nti'l Louisville, trainer of trotters who divides his home between in the two Kentucky cities, arrived Lexington lat night from Louisville having come thither from Okaloosa, la., where he had been training a stable of trotters. Mr. Englcman lias nccntly rccovcrcil from a spell of illness, but looks well despite the fact that he is a bit reduced in flesh. He brought up the good trotting mare Axalea. 2:24 by Chimes, and her foal, a handsome bay filly by General Watts, which he owns in connection with former Sheriff Henry Bell, of t. white and one sandy color with black sivts, two of them have their tails ofl. Will pay $5 for finding them. George Coffee. I live on Miss Tevis Shelhv's place. ALL person wishing to send marc to the court of Kentucky Gentleman, will please do so soon as possible as he will be put in training June 13th. His colls arc showing up extra fine. A not rents. K, I Davis, a prominent ymtiiK fir. ed horseman said to us the oilier day that it looks to him like Kentucky Gentiter out on the Sliclliy City pike, sold tleman is going to be to Lincoln conn-- t a cow ami calf to K. C Arnold for what Rex Pcavinc is to Madison $42.50, Mr. Arnold alo Itoitiilit another one from J. T, Duddcrar, out on aila Anderson, out on Route 4, sold Kimte I, pa)iUK $2o. to T W. Jones three hogs at K. C. Arnold ttia Imitgtit In the lat seven and a half cents per miuik1. following lamln: 26 of Alfred week the Am I limn, of this city, sold recently Swopc. of Rowland at S7 per litmtlrcil to T. W. Jones six shoats, averaging The) a craved 70 pound per hcaii; 100 Miumls at seven cents per pound. 67 laniln of U. T llrucc at seven cents S, T. Powell, it farmer of per pound; 21 of Will Logan at $ near Hitstonville sold a cow and c.il per lumdred and 12 ewes at $4 per head to Les Eads for $55. and a row of W l Logan, out on LanCharley Foster, of Hustoiiville, sold caster pike for SJ7.50, to Noah Bishop, of near Moreland, hogs at eight cents per six Shropshire has Some Good Ones pound. Lads Bros., stock dealers, of mar W. G. Shropshire, of Winchester, of recently sold to George the successful saddle horse firm of Moreland who lives on the Danville Matlack and Shropshire was m the Hartlctt, pike out of Hiistouville, a cow ond city on his way to his old home at I r"ni Mr. Shropshire completely- dom- calf for $f,0. t, On the farm of W. B Webb, at inated the five gaited championship near Whitesbiirg, is perhaps the ilsse the past season with Hazel Dawn, while he had a second string to most iutcrc'itiug, d and still his Ikiw in Jack ltarrviuorc, which held apple tree in Kentucky The all the others safe. trie in question was planted over W Mr. Shropshire says he has a num- vears ago by Jason - Webb, late f the present owner, and for ber of good horses of which Jack father the itallioii, Rexall Prince and 85 years the apple tree has been bearing. This ve.ir's crop is tile unrc formerly Known as Kcgitia to be the stars rcaviue. appear a splendid one The tree is ot ,,-- . it,,. ,.I.t division Mile the mammoth st;e still prolific and bids colt. Auto He King, own- - fair to miivivc twiti jihrie-- ) ear-ol- d c.rs longer It c, i,j v, L. Massie of Tarts, promt is an obiect of extreme interest to all ,r, to lie tne star among Ins juveniles. those, who have looked tuioii the hardv He Ins a pair of high class harness til tree. horses in the bay mare Lady Rosamond A big business deal was consummat formerlv Undulata Lady and a chest- ed at ersailles. when J. Andrew Cim gelding bv Golden Gay, a High sold the Mope Mills ami Ins large, grain nut land Denmark horse om of the dam of elevator to the Farmers' Union Mill ami Star McDonald, took a big block of stock in the last I At present his stable ts a little light named compaiiv, with which he will ' on three gaited horses but the season is actively associated. The consoli l: still voting and he has some green dation of these plants will give Verscs that appear to be pretty good pros- - sailles one of the largest flour mills ir IK'CtS. lie State The Hope Mills have been in "I have more trouble in getting good operation for a number of vears, and gaited patterns recently than any- the Partners Union Mill, of which J. three thing" he said when speaking of the N. Camden is president, was establish eastern saddle horse. Lexington ed a little more than a veir ago. thev Ixttli have a large wholesale trade Kentucky and throughout a Ijninmg states Comforting To Stout People Will Huffman, a farmer of the GIN licrt's Creek section olil n toer to R. C. Arnolil for $32M. S.itn CaMcllo, out on Danville pike recently sold sixty lo8 pound hogs to K. C Arnold at seven ami a half cents. H. C Arnold lioiiRlit 29 head of Iioks avcraniiiK l.W pounds of J. E. Holinan. out on IJoutc I, at scen and a hall 45-2- p well-know- n d Sar-genlong-liveII LEFT my place on May the 1st fout Arthur Coltcy, of near McKlnney, taught five rejjlMcrctl I)tinnJerscy shoats, weight alxtit 100 lbs one red gilt and one red lioar, one black and Kiln of C K. Tale. I'ricv private. trtVy, (fveyScxys Dank TWl -- -- - KL-Ti tV rt J kXtnll n, i - lnt t i&f j.'r r.. 9- AM M n i. m;0,M' "Y." v . .,. !BA. c- ' 1'?ZZ:W$&.?TJFjA w- - KZjgP? i C!fCr i ?w '.: - - - aasMferl asy - igorously good delicious. and keenly Thirst-quenchi- ng and refreshing. a!t The national beverage and yours. tulMlitution. . ''" v Demand ika fnuiM by full A eocourcv r I lior-!oo- a I Cuca-Col- nip rnrAni a tompany bOhxm AlUnt,CA .w tl.n.V n White Plymouth Rock Eggs. When you invest jour money in my while Plymouth Rock F.ggs. vou have made a profitable investment oit will get birds that arc thoroughbred and as white as snow. I guarantee to please you. Senil in our order now. Price $1 50 and $1 and 50c for 15 eggs. Will give a discount on 100 egg lot. Have a few cockerels at $1 each. L, W. Cundiff, Liberty, Ky. 1 ket well-know- The first of the notable Jersey cattle sales of the season was made at Hurr Oak Farm, near Shelbyvillc, Wednesday, when W. R. Spann & Sons sold 87 head of island-bre- d and imported animals for $26,010. an average of $300 the bead. This importation was considered by Mr. Spann to be the best of the many he has made and the prices were lower than hail been anticipated for the sons and daughters of such sirts as were represented in the breeding. The highest price of the sale was realized for Campanile's Golden Fern, bull by Golden Fem'sNo-blc- , a dam Campanile 35, which was sold to the Illackhclt Stock Farm, Hamburg, Ala., for $12,000. Foley Cathartic Tablets are a specially good little regulator that keeps your sj Mem in perfect working order No biliousness, no constipation, no distress after eating, no greasy gassy taste. A stout person" who uses them constantly thinned will really feel out and more comfortable vs a result of their use. For sale by all druggists. At Bremen, Ga., W M. Golden, of the Equitable Life Insurance Society, says he found Foley Kidney Pills to be the best reinedv for kidney and bladder troubles, also for rheumatism He ajs. "Any person having kidney backache, rheumatism trouble, or .should be very glad to find such a wonderful remedy. For sale byall SMI lUatikta 1 Antiseptic Salve el'tii and bralthr untirnaiuro hvals. I'Mtton tbo fievj pa. In tha no. afhrr. for It vbbAn, rilKE Anil IIKAI.INU. ooo oVafrnr thrso Krrm and M. BtlVB Ofrm ftl ub4t t kin or In brokra pUc. an i la hartf to rt4 of thm. ut aori or plmpU Ulaw. (t BRING YOUR CARTTO OUR GARAGE Export Mechanician in ehdre or'd-pai- r work of all kinds Vulcunizihfc. PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE ' ktp them "ToIlltBrThoBoU i'M ; Ji S. C. Buff Orpingtons U red upon nest toundatton stock tor cars for egg production, tjpc and col- Not high priced, but or. Fggs fertile, chicks strong Hggs for hatclung will produce what you want. Write. J. C. McCLARY, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Lincoln Garage Co, Phone 203 f'S STANFORD, KENTUCKY ID SUMMER SAL M Men's Suits iiiits (20 fancy wanted I2S bine serge J Mis .3! -- We will for the next 15 days, offer to our friends and patrons some of the best values ever before offered in Stanford by any firm. Our entire stock consists of the season's most fashionable and serviceable goods, and will back up every statement I make. Owing to the fact that we have had a very successful and prosperous Spring, we are now going to offer our friends the best and lowest prices on all goods. t Don't Forget the Date, Beginning Saturday, June 6th, 1914, at 7:30 O'clock Men's Straw Hats IM48 , Work Shirts 50c cut full 39c 93 very fine quality US fancy wortted 12.30 blue serge $12.48 99.48 17.48 extra good 91.50 bat good quality 91 ti hat good quality $2.15 91.48 98c 79c Silk Messaline Dresses 915. extra good $10 extra good 97 50 extra good $8.98 $7.98 94.98 Ladies' Skirts 910 skirts excellent quality $5 skirts excellent quality $4 skirts excellent quality $3 peg top $2 peg top $6.48 $1.45 $2.98 $1 98 $1.48 50c 25c 15c 10c Ladies' Hose silk silk silk silk Men's Caps 91.50 now 50 now ?5c now 89c 39c 19c rood quality good quality . good quality good quality. 39c 19c lie . Ic Boys' Knee Suits 94 blue serge 93 blue serge 7 50 fancy wonted 6 fancy wonted 5 blue serge Panama Hats 93 grade 95 grades 94.19 93.48 95.48 13.98 93.48 92.98 91-9- White Voil Embroidery Dresses $10 reduced to $(, Ladies' Shirt Waists $3 waists $2 waists 11.50 waists $1 Ladies' Muslin Men's Low Shoes $5 low cuts $4 low cuts $3.50 low cut cuts $3 $2.50 low cuts $2 low cuts waists Men's Underwear Men's Odd Pants 95 all wool worsteds 96 all wool worsteds 94 all wool worsteds 93 all wool worsteds 92 all wool worsteds 91.50 all wool worsteds 93.98 93.48 92.98 91.98 91 good balbrlggan 50c ood balbrlggan 50c elastic seam drawers 89c 39c 39c lv 93.89 13.75 92.85 $2 48 $1.98 $1.69 reduced to 95 $4 rtdured to reduced to 98.48 94.98 39.48 $2.49 50c waists $1.98 $1.48 98c 79c 39c Underwear REDUCED TO COST WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON ANY Of EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE IS THESE ARTICLES. House Dresses. $4 very fine $3 very fine $1.25 very fine $1 ALL SIZES IN THESE GOODS very fine $2.98 $1.89 98c 69c Calico yards to a customer only Gingham best grade 12 percale per yard 15c Lonsdale at bleach at I? 10c bleach .it 6c bleach at 10 48c 8 It. 19 89c Men's Dress Shirts 9t all colors 75c all colors 5fc all colors 89c 45c 39c Men's Socks 50c 25c 15c 10c Suit Cases 39c 19c 9c 9 8 7 4 2r 2c Boys Knickerbocker 9198. pants from 19c to socks socks socks sorks tic , 8c $5 $4 $3 $2 leather suit cases case case case $3.98 $2.98 $2.15 $1.69 Ladies' Shoes $4 all leather $3 all leather $2.50 alt leather $2 all leather $3.15 $2.15 $1.98 98c i $1 cake 89; ALL SIZES AND WIDTHS. COMK EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH We want everybody to call around and look our stock over before you buy. We have a class of goods that will appeal to the most fastidious, and our prices is money in your pocket. DON'T FORGET THE DATE, SATURDAY, JUNE 6TH, LASTING 15 DAYS. -- i l THE BARGAIN STORE SALEM'S tv1 i STANFORD, KY. m """" r m ' ' at imm