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IY NESRO The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, Thlt Paper Stopt Whta Yoar I up Watch the Data Oa Renew Yoar Subscription Promptly, I laajl tim1 KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914 TUESDAYS THOUSAND AND FRIDAYS LANCASTER MARtHAL ADLY SHOT STRONG IN LOUISVILLE PENNYFISHER WEDDING Beautiful Wedding Solemnized Week at Danville Last wed- UNCLE OF HARVE POYNTER A Fine Beckham's Friends Maklag Strong in Falls City (From Louisville Post Political ilcvcfupmcnts ot great morning came lhtirsday Inn it was amiouuiiU tuat the Louisville supiKirtirs of forinir Governor J C. VV. llickham for the Ucuio-trati- c have nomination for Senator united to per I cit one of the strongest organizations and most aggressive that was ever lormid in Louisville for and which includes My candidate, not only dozens of the most iufluintial political leaders of the local Demo-etati- c part), but lavv)crs, bankers and business nun of ntticli promiuincc. Mr, llickham, t the ru'iicst of communicated through his State managers and with the loiictirrmccs of all the men who have decided to become active tir Mr. Kn.kli.uii in the LouisMr, Ldward P llum-phr- c ville district, was Ihursday morning rujucsi-e- d lo accept the cliairm insliip of the Iteckhaiti campaign in the city of Louisville, and he accepted for reasons givm below Among the men who are expected to take an active baud m cr staining public sentiment for Mr. llickham aic Sir. T. Ticrney, chairman of the Hoard of Safet) ; .Sir James It Itrown, viie president of the National Hank of Coiuinircc; Count) Clerk I'ns Kav, Judge A 11. Humphre) Judge Matt ODohert), Mr V. V t, Davis, Count) Attorney A Scott County Jailer Charles C. Foster ami tlo'ins of oth;rs For a number of week's Mr lleik-hai- u has hi en ricetvmg the most riorts of the strength of the si iitiuirnt behind him in the at) of Louisville, and Tuesda) of this wttk he communicated a request that Mr I P. Ilumphri) lie askid to the chairmiuship of the local 'I Ins suggestion was campaign. aiceptcd b) Mr. L 'I. Tier-n- ), Mr. Ilrown ami the other active frituds of Mr llecklnm. Mr. Humphre) made the following brief statement to the Lvining Post reporter: he matter "I have agrieil to accept the clmr mauslitp of the campaign of Mr, liickh.im in Louisville for tlirc te. us wish to lulu in bringing not oniy the Dimocratic pirty in Lotus villi lint the whole city in closer tone' with the jirevailmg suitiment in the .Mate of Kentucky. Of the overwhelm ing strength of Mr lleckhaiu in the Stale there is no ouestion It atmcars that he has almost euii.il strength in I fiiisvillt We will snow in this cam paiMt that Louisville ts determined to keep Mcp with the State" Mr I 'I luriic) said Ml declared for Mr Itcikluui for the Democratic nomination for Siua some wnks ago, and I have been as by the strength ot the Heck lontshid luin innveimnt in Louisville. This is confined to no otic class. Dozens ol i lie strongest txjluicians arc fur Heck- ham, but equally significant the is tact that men who have hirctotore to have an, thing to do with political organizations have agrcid to take part in a sixt)-di- y campaign for .Mr. iSccMum, ami 1 believe that .Mr. Hickbam will carry Louisville b a uiajorit) running well tip into the Now that Mr Humphrey thousands. has acciptcd the chairmanship, we will at once open local headquarters, secure a campaign secretary and office for Louisville lorcc and organize llecklnm from the First ward to the Twelfth." Mr. James II. Ilrown is like Mr llumphriy and other men who pro m the llickham mim' to be active Mr. Ilrown is rarely able campaign to give more than a fraction of his time from business to governmental matters, but he considers Mr. Heck ham so much the strongest man available for Smator and his nomination uc so impo'taut to Louisville, that will assist in the campaign from 'he beginning. Mr. W W. Davis said: "I have been several tunes interviewed h) gentlenuti who wished me to support a progrcssiv. for United States Senator, but 1 have told thim that 1 am a Democrat and am for Mr Heckham for Senator and Mr Shirley for Congress. Hr. Sheriffs support of President Wilson 1 have strongly approved and I have had the greatest admiration fur am a Democrat and Mr Heckham will vote in the primary for Ilnkham and Shirley and in Novimber for the same candidates." Count) Clirk Pres. Kay one of the mo,' infuiiitial politiicaiis in the Democratic pirty in Louisville, declared for Mr llickham in the most emphatic terms Thursday morning and expressed much gratificuiou of the success of the Heckham men in enlisting many men of prominence in the fight. Mr. Kay said; "I think the nomination of Mr. llevk-liathe best thing for the State and the best thing for the Democratic party. His nomination will hold in our partv all of those former Independents we have secured bv giving a good local 1 think Ml. Heckham will government swrep Louisville at the primary" Mr Kay's open declaration for Mr, Hickhun created soniithmg lite a panic among the few McCreary and Stanley men in the court house s htateil some weeks agn,a Judge A. to P Humphrey hi! communicated Mr Hickhun his best wishes in the contest and his assuiance of support Count v Attorney Scott Hullitt, who was appointed Sheriff in 1907 by Mr Heckham, alo stated that he is sup porting the former Governor. Judge Milt I) Doherty m an active supporter of Mr, Heckham. It is said to be certain that Mr. Frank- - Dueran. who is everv where rre- organize-i- l as one of the most capable organizers inside the Democratic party the citv. will assist in organizing the Heckhim campaign. Mr Dugan is considered by many the most tbor ohi'Ii i1itictl organizer in Louisville and he has hundreds of friends. Another stalwart Louisville Democrat who Ts now an ardent advocate of Gov, Heckham is Mr John JHir-rv, who is chairman of the Fourth and Fifth Ward Committee. Mr. Harry has the record of having never failed to carry the Fourth and Fifth wards in a contest, Mr Hirry savs he intends to nnke the campaign of his life for Governor llecklnm. and that he will set a new mark in the Fourth and Fifth wards llul-litac-ci1 id 1 m Old Veteran, Dies in Laurel County at Advanced Age DOLLAR STAKE FOR BIG K. P. FAIR Visitors Here Court Day Tell Conflictlag Storlea o( Affair Chaaca For Recovery. Lutlicr llerron, City Marshal of lies at tlic Jint of ilcath m tlic hospital there as a result of three bullet wounds, inflicted by Robert Strati-K- . a neuru Willi tlic ofifecr's own pistol. 1 he" liarful affair took place late , SundayfWTioon, and caused a ''' I VHSjjrVtoiiiinf; to Stanford from Lancaster Monday, told several stor of the traurifyronc of which evmerates the negro to a large extent, while the other makes the acsc look bad for him oort!ing to one story told, the was called down to the Marshal "Chute" the negro ortion of Lances-ter- , on Sunday aftcrnorm. Some one phoned to the officer that John negro, had been Mapping a woman The officer went to the scene at once and found Gibbs with the Strange negro Both are- said o be ery worthless character' Marshal Ilcrron attempted to place Gibbs unib--r arrest, when he ran off, and the Strange ncKro is 'said to have laughed at the officer The latter reprimanded him and tton his Incoming insulting in abusive, placeil him under arret The Strange ni'Kro protested that tie (ml not harmed the woman, but the officer took him in charge for Ids insolrnct. and Matlnl to the tail with him Die) had gone but a short distance when the prisoner tried to tict away, but the officer drew his revolver, and subdued him Mr llerron is said to base placed his (tun under his left arm anil start, ed on attain with Strang, when the negro grappled with him suddenly, seized the gun, and stepping back fir-n- l font shots in iptick succession at Mr llerron Three bullets struck him and hi- - went down in a heap One bulbl entered aliout the temple and penetrated his bead, another also Mrnek the head and the third struck him below the heart, ranged upward and came out nude the ntiht shoulder blade According to another story which ' itor here Monda told, the officer anprv when a number of negroes laughed when Gthhs (jot away and seir-in- s Strange, the closest to him anil told him that he would arrest him. StranRe is iid to base tried to Ret away but the officer drew his revolver and threatened to kill him if he ran meanwhile hittiie him over the brad ith it, and is said to hae threatened to take him up the allev and kill him He is said to have thereupon stuck his pistol under his left inn. and started off dragging the negro with his right hand The negro was scared to death, this informant said, and suddcnlywhirlcd on the himofficer, mil grabbed self and began . shooting. SV far as '!'..-- nil the only eyewitnesses' to the affair were negroes, and the exact and true story of the unfortunate affair will probablv not be known until the trial is'held It is said that immediately after the shooting tint Strange ran to the Jail and told Jailer Ross. o open up for In tit and put him inside; tint he had probably killed Mr Ifcrrin down the alley and sninrlioili bad better go down there after him He also handed over revolver and was locked tip Late rejHirts from Ijncastcr are to tbe.officer that the Marshal Ins a good chance to recover. One of the bull" which struck him in the left temple, came out at the right temple, without inflicting a mortal injurs, it is belie- rii while the other bullet which struck him on the head merely caused a scaln wound mi top of his head The bll which nenetrated his bodv. went in under the heart, but did not enter the jiollov, striking a rib. and being do fleeted around to the hick, coming out umW the shoulder blade Marshal llerron came to Lancaster from Harroilsburc where be had been c''itf of notice He las officiated in like camcitv in the Garrard canital for a niirn'wT of vcar and was regard' as a firt "lass officer Gihb-.moth- er be-caIli-iro- On last Saturday evening the ding of Miss Cornic Penny, of Danville, to Hichard McKcntiy Fuller, of this city, was solemnized at the Hap-lichurch in Danville in the presence The bride is the of a large crowd. granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Penny, of this city, while the groom is the oldest son of Mr and Mrs, Spears Fisher, of this city. This couple have a host of friends here who will extend to them congratulations upon their the return. The account of the welding as given in the Danville Advocate is as follows I lie wedding of Miss Comic Pcnn), daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W H. Pen-nof this city, to Kichard McKcnny Fisher, of Stanford, took place in the hirst Haptist church Saturday even tug at 8 o'clock, Dr. Cecil V. Cook officiating. The wedding partv was pre cob d by the eight mauls, four of whom proceeded down each aisle and formi'd a beautiful tableau on the steps intering the pulpit. They were (olio. Mil by the four little flower girls, i earning a French basket of .Misses daisies Hobble and Mary Cooper Pcnn), the maids of honor, followed the flower girls. The bride, on her fithcr's arm, entered and was me: at the altar by the groom and his lust man, Mr Samuel Fisher, brotlur of the groom, where the beautiful ring ceremony was performed. flcr the wedding the bridal party and friends repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. L)tlc, on Lexington avenue, where a most elegant reception was given in honor of the jouni couple. 'Wile h,iudsome home was beautifully decorated in bride's roses and ascension lilies. The ices were made into individual bisques, decorated in the colors of the various flowers. One ot the beautiful features of the occasion was when the bride ascended the steps in the hall and threw the brides to the eight bridesmaids. It was, eaugh by Miss L)lc Cooper, of Stanford The spacious church was decorated in daisies and ferns and presented a striking appearance of beauty. The bridismaids were Miss Aubrey of Louisville. Miss L)le Cooper, of Stanford, Misses Mary Kodis, Adeline Wiseman, Minnie Parker Durham. loar Hell Robinson, Julia Allen and Margaret Harding The little flower girls were Gladys Center, Alice Montgomery, Dorothy Mahan and Alice Itright The bride wore white charmcuse. trimmed m shadow lace. She wore the pearls which were worn by her maternal gratvlmotJier at her weililmg. The bridesmaids wore little Dutch caps The wtdding march was rendered bv Miss Kmelinc Harbison and nn Fa'.kncr sang a solo. Hoffman s llarcarole The bride's shower bouquet of white roses and v allev lilies. The ushers were Messrs Gill Coop-rJohn McKoberts. of Danville. John Cftti'ti. of Louisville, and Dr. T. W. Pennington, of Stanford. Mr and Mrs. Fisher left on the midnight train for Tate Springs. Tciin , where they will spend some time, after which they will lie at home in Stanford. Those that attended the wedding from Stanford, were Mr. and Mrs. G I. Penny. Mrs Man Pennv. Mr. F. S. Fisher and son. Lud, Mr and Mrs. Rob. crt Hrucc, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Haughman, Mrs C Havs Foster. Miss Mar-- ' Hrucc. Miss F.mma Hays and II. C Carpenter. st v, ra-likhi-quWtl-hite. r, Howling Po) liter, uncle of Harve Povntcr, of the Walnut rial section of this county, died last week at his home in London, aged 70 years. He was horn in old Sinking Valley, Pulaski county, M.i) 18, 18.18 and died of apoplexy at ill; home of his sou Dr.. W. H, Poyntcr at London. When he was a small child, his father J.ts Poyntcr, moved and settled near where he spent Rockcastle Springs, his boyhood days and early manhood da)S. A good plare to be liorn free, independent, patriotic, jealous of the name Kentucky and its motto, "L'tnted we stand, divided we fall." When out country was rent in twain, and a call to arms was made, Howling Poyntcr responded promptly, and served efficient-I- v in the union army unto he was discharged at Nashville fur disability, ami there he lay ail invalid in the hospital tor several months. After partially recovering he went pn foot to Howling Green, and h) tram to Louisville, where he was under care of physicians for a few weeks before returning home, by tram to Lexington, by stage coach via D invillc and Stanford to Somerset, then by foot to Rockcastle Springs. After a few mouths he sufficiently recovcrcrt to enlist again with the government this time in the wagon service between Camp Dick Robinson and Cumberland Gap, over the old I'ootic Trail, or Wilderness Road. Hie name Poyntcr is closely connect eil with the early history of Kentucky John Poynter, togithyr with two of three brothers, landed from I'.nglaud at Cape Henry, Norfolk, .a, about 1770 "The Great Woods," known as the 'Irani) Kama Country, and later Kentucky, was known far and wide among irginia the early 1,'oonc Colonists. had blazid the trail, via Cumberland Gap. which was easily followed, but hazardous and dangirous on account of so manv hostile Indian,. Fot protcc. turn milligrams came in groups as military companies, under captains. Thus, thuty-si- x strong brave men under the leadership of Captain John Hoyle, in I7i), allied by common agreement and using the motto which later became the motto of our state, 'Tinted we stand divided nc fall." settled em Dick's riv-t- r, now Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, and built a fort, or stockade. John Povntci, leaving his brothers to settle in Virginia, was one of the thirty-si- x and he remained here the rest of his life He married and raised a large family Nancv T.ivlor. Peccv ftradlev. and Win Jesse. John and Jas. Poynter mv mi i ins vviiiow marrtei: Howling Rullock. and to them were born Rill". Sallie Cough. Vieic Tavlor. and lorn (hillock. They moved to Sinking Valley, Pulaski countv. where Jas loynter was raised anil where m 1827 he was married to Katv Mecec. To them were born Shelton. Jesse, Win ilcnry, Howling. .Nancy Stevens, Jas 11, Flizabcth Steele and Christine Hrown Storm. Howline was married to Matilda Storm in 1865 and were ailtlcil to his, farm! v: W H. Chris, tine Gains. G. E, J. M., Kate, C C and May Smith. Jo-ip- h. Local Exhibition Will Be Biggest Thlog Of Iti Kind In State This Season I he biggest thing that has been held at a fair in this part of Kentucky in many vcars has been put on the program for the itreat Knights of IMhias in Stanford August 19, 20 and 21. This is nothing less than a thousand dollar saddle stake and a five hundred dollar harness horse stake. At a meeting of the Hoard of Directors bete Monday afternoon, it was decided to put these two rich prizes on the program and it is confidently believed that thev will attract the finest harness and saddle horses in the south to Stanford for the fair and likewise will bring the attendance up many thousands. Few fairs in Kentucky have such rich premiums as this offered for the blue blooded cquines and the local K. IVs are showing that nothing is too good for them and their guests at their fair. The membership of the lodge has taken hold of this fair with a vim and all indications pointto the most successful and entertaining exhibition this vear that has been held in this part of the state in many years. As at present tentatively arranged, the fair's big Colt Futurity stake will be givrn the first day of the fair, the sl.b00 Saddle Stake will be on the second day and the $500 Harness Stake will he decided on the third day, thus making each one of the three a big one. i2fflHaVastLlsHMSi V SHieMfl&QkftwwJL'iL.lKs'E fcaa BHMWEjL-JJlajsj- i SHL2i!SBtLIU9naaiBil jfBt m i jSF :ErjHfek!--9,3filMeaPhoto copyright, 1914, by American Press Association. Guarding Waterworks Outside Vera Cruz nhovvn United States sailors In n trench guarding the water supply of Vera Cruz It was reported tlint Mexicans: were nhout to cut off the supply of the city, nnd n force wns Immediately gent to tiroteer It Here are i BLOCKADE OFF AT TAMPICO GROWING ALL THE TIME JM ilucrta Suspends Order Which Brings Coca Cola Company Spends a Fortune Relief to Washington Officials In Advertising Each Year Washington. June 8 Rear Admiral G'corgc K. Shields, the very popular lladgcr cabled the Navy Department ml hustling traveling representative that the Mexican Federals of the Coca Cola company in Ken late left tucky, was in Stanford last week, sellgunboats Hravo and Zaragosa I'ampico for Puerto Mexico at 4 o'clock to the trade and mixing with the this afternoon. Orders from Foreign ing friends he has made here. Mr. Minister Ruiz at Mexico City, trans-:- u man) Shields sa)s that the sales for the poputted from Vera Cruz to Tampico lar dunk arc increasing all the time. bv the wtrel'ss instruments of Amcri-ci- n Already the company has sold 800,000 warships, gave the Mexican com- gallons and it is expected that by the mander their first news of the sustirst of July the mark will be well over pension of the proposed blockade of 1,000,000 which is certainly some "dope" I'ampico and directed them to return to The immense sales and demands for ! uertn Mexico. this cooling and refreshing drink arc Gen. Huerta's order today suspending created by the tremendous amount of the order to blackade Tampico against advertising which the Coca Cola y by the the delivei) of ammunition does, its appropriation for the army Antilla to the Constitutionalists ctiticiil for advertising amounting served to dispel apprehension over a to something like $1,200,000 an increase new crisis between the United States of $200,000 over 1913. This concern is and the Huerta Government which had earning an advertisement in almost threatened mediation of Mexican af- - every country newspaper in Kentucky, officials , the first year that it has done so. For afirs Though Washington over uucrta t a number of years it used the dailies expressed satisfaction suggested ami a few it was persistently action, s country papers outside of official circles that the block- only, the Interior Journal being one ade had been suspended only condi- of the three or four country papers not tionally as a result of conference be- dailies, that was on its list. The commediators pany found that country newspaper adtween the South American and the Mexican and American dele vertising paid so well that it has got. ra gates at Falls, and that the to them all this year vntill s cargo of arms might not be delivered at Tampico at this time. It was Name it Roosevelt Ranch said the Antilla might te delivered in Ouitc an unusual series of events her course through an agreement with officials of the Ward Line, her owners took place on the farm of William Grizzle one day this week. Mr. Grizand an American corporation President Wilson Secretary Bryan zle went out to the barn early that and Secretary Daniels gave evidence morning and was agreeably surprised of great relief over the late develop- to find that Old Pride had a tine bossy ments which, temporarily at least, have bv her side, the old family mare had averted another clash at arms. From found a colt; there was an increase of ten pigs, even the faithful old watchno official source here could confirmalittion be procured of the reports that dog, Kate, was entertaining eight Huerta had an understanding with the tle puppie. Mr. Grizzle thought this mediators or the United States which was all, but when he started to climb would assure that the Antilla's cargo up in the barn loft he met the old cat Representa- coming down the ladder with her mouth would not be delivered. The place has been tive of the Constitutionalists in Wash- full of kittens. ington were inclined to the belief that named Roosevelt Ranch. London Senthe ammunition would be landed at tinel. Tamtiico but they divulged no direct News of the Churches inlormation upon which to base such an opinion. Meanwhile nothing has Children's Day will be observed at been heard from the Antilla, which is on the high seas due to arrive off the Methodist church at Hnbble-e- xt Sunday. Tampico Wednesday morning. Rev D. M. Walker will preach at the Goshen Christian church next Sunday COURT STILL IN SESSION night. Two Railroad Cases Disposed of Rev. J. A. Trostle will preach at the Presbyterian church on next Sunday Grand Jury in Session morning, June 14, at the regular hours. The Grand Jury met again Tuesday An ice cream supper will be given at morning after an adjournment of about he Blue Lick Baptist church on the They have been making in fourth Saturday in this month, for the a week vestigations and it is thought that a benefit of the church. All are invited to great number of indictments will be come and help a good cause. gotten out this week. Revival services began at the Bap Last Saturday was taker, up with the tist church Sunday morning, and both of Inez Speigle against the C. N. morning and evening, large crowds case O. il T. P. Ry. She was suing the rail- heard Dr. Early the pastor whois doroad company for $15,000, as damage ing the preaching. All are invited to for the loss of her fingers that were attend, and much good is hoped and cut off by the train. The verdict was pra)cd for. rendered in favor of the defendant Revs. W. P. Walden. of Danville, and The case of C. R. Hrawner, of J. R. Mooreman. of Lebanon, are holdagainst the C. N. O. & T. P. ing a protracted meeting at the ChrisRy., who had a mule killed on the tian church at McKinney. The meetrailroad was also decided in favor of ing will continue probably two weeks. Lvcr)body is cordially invited to attend the defendant. As the I. J., goes to press the case of all of these meetings. McKinney against Rev. J. A. Trostle and Miss MarR. S. Scudder, of the L & N., railroad company is being garet Hopper returned to Stanford on Monday after spending about two weeks tried. at Pisgah, four miles south of SomFOLLOW the crowd .o the opera erset, assisting Rev. W. H. Hopper in house tonight lo see that Warner ica the meeting. Miss Hopper had charge of the music. The meeting has quite a ture. success, 25 additions being a.ddcd to the church. Where Farm Weath Grows T. 1111 ll.utiir! lt,1fl ftrct nlnre in Red Delight Killed in "West quality of mules and second in number. The great young champion, Red Texas led in number. Missouri was the sensational har sixth in number of licet cattle on farms 1. , . ,t,l,rtr 11 T.'v.ie fmiri. Kansas. Ne ness and saddle mare at last year's Mrs. J braska and California leading bet. In shows, which was purchased by the number of hogs, she was led only S. Anderson, of Oakland, Calif, her In horses, her recent visit to Kentucky fioin Dick by Iowa and Illinois. alrank was fifth; led by Illinois, rexxas, Scrdder, of McKinney, was killed Indian corn, most instantly last week by a street In Iowa and Kansas. "(Jed Delight" had been entered which is the main feed for live stock, car $6,000 stake at the Panama-Pa-cifMissouri was led only by Illinois and in theInternational Imposition. She was purchased for $2,500 two months ago. California in citrus fruits, grapes, wine, and recently Mrs. Anderson declared prunes, olives, olive oil, apricots, .......I..,., KnnlUli wnlmitt and nianvv she would not sell for $5.uuu. it was said lo be the most perfectly formtd orchard fruits, and Texas in cot horse in California. "Red Delight" was other pecans Arizona leu in r.gyp-....- .. being led to pasture by a groom when, ton and All nt lb,- - states named taking fright, she wheeled in front of a are traversed by the Santa he Railway. speeding ear. Red Delight was sired by Red Light and had for her ihm Picnic at Waynesburg July 4th. Diana Dare by Chester Dare 10. She Herbert Rev nobis, the popular conncr won more money in the show ring last democrat ami farmer of the soutl saddle vear than any section of this county, was up last stallion, mare or gelding on record It week on business, vviuie nerc uc am it a greater loss to Mr and Mrs. Anthai the people of Wa)nesburg have derson than the monetary one for they decided to hold another picnic at that were greatly attached to the mare. mint on July 4th whihe will be a hummer and very largely attended. If you have the itch, don't scratch. It does not cure the trouble and makes s Cottage Brings t,798 the skin bleed Apply BALLARD S The cottage on F.ast Mam street, long SNOW LINIMF.NT Rub it in gentccuriled hv the late Mrs. F.liubcth ly on the affected parts. It relieves Higgins as a home was sold at exeeu- - ttchiog instantly and a few applicar' sib. Monday at nulilic auction for tions removes the cause thus permit"1 79S. M D. F.lmore, whose home ting a permanent cure. Price 2v. 50c. ,,li,,inv tin. nliee on the east, bought it -- ud $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shugars rug Store. Stanford, Ky, and Lyne The place fier spirited bidding. Bros, Crab Orchard. I rom-li- t a splendid price, Com-yzn- W. M. NORTH, SR., DEAD Father of Prominent West End zen, Dies at Ripe Old Age Citi- l$ .' m r, i jer high-clas- Wm. North. Sr.. the aged father of Hon. M. F. North and Grant North, near Hustonville, this county, died at the home of the latter on Saturday of the infirmities of age, and was laid to rest in the cemetery at Hustonville on Sunday after funeral services at the home conducted by Rev. A. H. Baugh, of the Christian church. Mr. North was 86 years of age. He was a native of Hawkins county, Tenn., and wh'en about 20 years of age moved to Harlan county, Ky., where be lived until about twenty years ago he joined his sons who had moved to this county a short About four vears ago ime prcviouily. his good wife preceded him to tlie Great Beyond after a long and happy life together. Besides .the two sons named, the deceased is survived by four daughters, Mrs. 'Moses Dorton, Mrs. ,1. Marsec, Airs. U C. Hendncksort mil Mrs. Milton Dean, of Garrard county. He vas a life long member of the Christian church and1 an upright and respected ictizen. t. 4 I Ni-ga- J m Bull Moose Won't Take the Bait A dispatch from Louisville to the Lexington Leader, tlic nly republican tl.nl paper in the Mate, said Saturday il) the adoption of a resolution urging tlic nomination of a candidate for tinted Stales Senator for Kentucky and nominations for Congress from each of the ilevtn congressional districts, the fifth district Progressive, at a mcctm, held at the Gait House last niriht, indicated strongly that they will entertain no proK)sitiou from the reLouisville and from publications throughout the State looking to an The amalgation of the two parties. m.'ttmg was prcsidid over b) Iturtou ance of the district committee, ami The conference was well attuidtd In Id hv the Republicans at the Gait House Wednesday night, at which it was suggested that a committee be appointed to wait upon the Progressive ieaiiers with a proposition that if the Progressives would agree not to nomi nate a candidate for United States Sen-aifrom Kentucky the Republicans would make no nomination for troni the 5th and probably other districts, was discussed informatly h) the Progressives last night, following which the resolution tefcrred to was A numbs r of adopted unanimously speeches were made, the tenor of all luing that there is to be no compromise wit!) the Republican part) on the part of the Progressives, that party organization prcfemng to no it aloni in 'he coining diction. -Con-vgte- Hone Hurts Garrard Child child of Mr. and The Mrs. Frank Kogers, of the Point Lcav. ell section of Garrard county, was paw-e- d by a horse while plaing in the yard at Us home, The mother of the child was aUo hurt by the anliuit whin she ran to her little lad's assistance The horse kicked her Indicting very about till hipi Jtnd lower limb). Take Plenty of Time to Eat There is a saving that "rapid eating spurns mo-- m paui'oi ami noX j the Inbit of eating too rapidly you are most likely suffering from indis gestion or constipation, which will result eventually in snious illness unless Digestion begins in the corrected mouth. Food should be thoroughly masticated ami insalivated Then when sou have a fullness of the stomach or icel dull and stupid after eating, take Tablets. Many one of Chamberlain's severe cases of stomach trouble and constipation have been cured by the use They are easy to of these tablets. take and mo-- agreeable in effect. Sold by all dealers. Weather Prophet Knterprisc savs that Col. W. 11, popularly known as "Free Silvir" Johnson formerly of Lincoln co mt), has all the weather prophets beaten to a frazzle (excuse the Koosc. vclttan phrase) when it comes to foretelling the rains and the state of weather Fa,-- weeks he predicted "no rain until the first of June." and according to his forecast it rained Monday, June MOVING PICTURE SHOW. 1. The Col is an adept in wcather-olngand his forecasts are based on of phy' Will be Put on at Big Exposition to mc'tncrology, that branch registers, claswhich observes, Advertise Kentucky sifies and compares the various and var)ing phenomena of the atmosphere A unique plan for raising funds for m connection with heavenly bodies. the i rection of a Kentucky building at the Panama-Pacifi- c Wilmore Booming P.oiloii and at the same time ailvcrtise Kcntuck)'s Holivar. Horn!, real estate agent and resources and reveal the home lite in auctioneer, left Versailles Monday at this state, has been adopted by the P M , went to Wilmore and sold 14 State Commission. The plan is a mov lots in the outskirts of town for Messrs. ing picture exhibit, those who vvtsli to Jones, Savage .1 Hinkle for $3.37350 be present in the moving picture show an average of aliout $.'41 each and was in the Kentucky building will be chargback home soon after 5 o'clock. This ed according to the number of feel of was hist an ordinary feat of hustling fil-they use. F, S. Hendrick, of the for Ced. Horn! Wilmore. he s.i)s, is Wishmgtou Post staff, will make the the most remarkable town in the state, He has alieady secured ;, growing ever) dav, and has a great pict.ires. similar contract in Mabama, Georgia, future. Proiurtv there, is in strong and 'liuuissee. Senator Starling Marand 'Methodism is the cause of shall, of Henderson, ami Representa- it." savs Col. Hind. Most of the lots tive Harry Mvers, of Covington, memMonday were bought by outside obi bers of the commission, gave their cr.ple. who will locate at Wilmore on pr.ixits to Chairman John Holland iccotmt of the school. Woodford Sun wim called on Governor McCreary in compauv with Mr, Hendrick and Jules Fox Hunters Elect Officers (iiithridgc, representing the exposition At the annual meeting of the Central company. Mr. Holland expressed the Kentucky Foxhunters' Association in belief that $60,000 will lis realized out Richmond last week the following offiof the venture. The Kintucky build- cers were elected; J. D. Chenaiilt, pres ing will be made as homitikc as W N. Hurgess, 1st vice presia rendezous for Kcntuckians at idint: Samuel Woolridge, of Wixwlford the exposition. The department of edu- dent! county, ill vice president; J. W, Mau-pication foiesirv, geological survey and secretary and treasurer F.van agriculture are planning exlubts. as of Waco, Win. Million, of Million; well as mail) of the industries of the lames K.anatzar, R. D 4. Richmond: A room will be devoted to the state Harris Ruthton moving picture show which will he a 'I horn is Land, of Thomas Land, of and isexpecu Crookc; Richmond. Crooke. Richmond. Ruthton; Harris id to he one of the most valuable sec- Ilainey Stone, of Athens, Fayette countions of the exhibit. Kentucky homes, ty; C C. Maupin. Richmond. R. D. 2. fields, faetories, schools, mines, poll, Lindsay, distilleries and all the P J Flanncry, Herea and Jos directors tical mcctm-'s- , commercial activities of the state will of Winchester, were elected e for ens.tmg vear, The following be represented. to select hunting grounds for 1014 was elected Jas, Kamtzar, C, C and Maupin, W H, llurgcss and J D ChenChamberlain's Cotlc. Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy aiilt. without exception Every family feeling, loss of A h'lious. half-sic- k should keep this preparation at hand during the hot weather of the summer energy, and constipated liowels can with surprising promptness bv months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Can't Keep It Secret and Diarrhoea Remedy Is worth many using ttlvKIIIIMI'.. me lirsi iiojc nriiu' tl a few doses put times itr cost when needed and is improveimnt. The splendid wo;'--- of Chamberlain's vigorous cvdi-- ' Tablets is daily becoming more widc-I- v almost certain to be needed before the svstcm in fine, by Shumrs' Dm known. No such grand remedy fot summer is over. It has no superior for F'rice 50c Sold stomach and liver troubles has ever the purposes for which it is intended Store. Stanford. Kv.. and Lyne Hr i I Crab Orchard, Ky. ltuy it now. For sale by all dealers. been known. For sale ty, all dealers. Wtlmore's I he Wtlmore y, sci'-nc1 id possi-blcble, n, Te-vi- s. cnniiMious-Tierfomiauc- McCreary in Bad in Clark Governor McCrcarv has anticipated the death of James If. Evans, Judge of Clark county, who is in poor health, and agreed to appoint Hon. lohn M Stevenson, as his successor. This action of the Governor was doubtless tak-ththe gun was loaded at Ixith ends en lor political reasons, but it seems Judge F.vans and his friends are highly over the matter and will show the old war horse that there arc other politicians in Clark count v. It looks as though the erstwhile idol of Kentucky Democracy, is to use a homely expression, getting in worse every time he makes a political move. It's a pity iiiic Daniel docs not arise who can give the Governor a true interpretation of the handwriting on the wall. West Liberty Courier. 'tic-ns- ed Lincoln Man Invents Grass Stripper L. C. Dunn, the well known farmer between Hustonville and Mt. Salem, was in town Monday makng arrangements to do some blue grass and orchard grass stripping in this part of the county. Mr. Dunn has been in the business for 20 years and savs that he looks for a splendid crop of grass seed tin )car Mr. Dunn has invented a stripper which is a big improvement on the old st)le blue grass machine, and strips cleaner and better than an) thing vet .ecu on the market. He has applied for a patent for it and expect it to tic t anted any time, As soon as he gits it patented and properly placed on the market for the grass growers, he plans to retire and turn the business ovcrto his sons, who are a great help tc him in the mismcss. Mr. Dunn has many friend in this part of the countv w!.o are alwa)s glad to see him when he comes to town Good Government Jobs A number of good positions are ooen in the government service for which Civil Service examinations will be held in Lexington on the dates' given : Immigration inspector, salary $1,380. June 17. hxpert farmer, Stanton, rsew Mexico, salary $1,500, June 17. Mirin-Bureau Mines, draltsman. Pittsburg, June Aid, coast and geodetic survey, r $1,080-1.2017-- $900-1,10- 0, 29. Department Mechanical draftsman. Interior, $1,000, June Senior highway and highway engineer. June 29. Dairy husbandman, June 17-1- 8. $1,800-3,000. $1,800-2,50$1,800-2,500- June 8. 1 Market milk specialist, June 29. Dairy manufacturing speicalist, June 29. dairyMarket specialist ing). $2,760. June 29. investiPlant pathologist in potato gation. Assistant biochemist. Public Health Service. $2,000, July 6 Public epidemiologist. Assistant Health Service. July 7. Assistant market milk specialist, $1,800-2.25$2,000-$2,500, Assistant 1.740, July 8. 8. I.atniscape $900, July 8. July dairy husbandman, $1,500. architectural draftsman. i,ii-j-,i-- iiacicrioiogisi, juiy o, Timber scaler. Department of interior $90 per month. July 8. Lfemist s aid ".men aim women, lulv 8. Structural draftsman, July Assistant mining engineer, $1,800- $720-1.20- 0, $1,600-1,800, 8-- July 13. $1,500-1,80- Record examiner. 21. 22-2- 3. July Law assistant (amended), $1,600 July ser(field r vice,) held quarterly in February, May, may Aupust November. Applications be 'filed at any time with the district secretary. Information as to places of examin ations, application blanks, etc., may be obtained from the Civil Service Commission. Washington, D. C, or from WJ I. L. harnart, district secretary. Government building. Cincinnati, Ohio. Stenographer-t)pewrite- Dc-Ig- ld Murder Mystery in Rockcastle, Too tins man murilcrpil rttt Tli iilmititi F.ast Mount near Mt. Vernon few days ago yet remains, along with the liuir- c .... kMrv .!.... . . - rirf- - tlint II.,, .i the dead man was a peddler and was goons, u appears mat killed tor His he was carried to the place where--. J, .- -.. '......,1 it .,, ' ld com-nutti- campfire close to where .the body was placed but no suspicion is casi euwuiu them as it was some days before the murder when the fire was used. For purpose of possible tracing of the dead man's identity and description is here- Al.nut fnp feet seven i... aiul a half inches in height, black hair and e)es, scant mustache, w eigne ija or 150, dressed in blue serge coat, yellow or Kahki or yellowish trousers, laced boots. Had but few trmk-e- ti in oockets srch as comb, etc., and a with the letter L ..i.:,.. l,..,,ll,.rl,.-i- f """-"- t.llllk embroidered thereon. This man or Ins a Lincoln county peuuier ss double had license "endorsed" by County Clerk S. F How man at court house here a few davs before the body was found. The officers are working on clues that may . i ...,.! miiltv oartv or moiiiVtinn . . r nun w - ..,.. ...... nf r parties. Mt Vernon Signal. C...a "CiMivMre' bill IfCnf tilt- r.Mtl clk-lu- de ,imi....... ,,-- Hit-gin- rtiil, iron ih.it nrc affected bv worms are pale and sickly ?nd ''able to contract some fatal disease. WHITU.S CRFAM VF.RMIFUGF. expels worms promptly and puts tue cniiu on road to health. Price 25c per bottle. Sold bv Shugars' Drug Store. Stanford. Ky.. and Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. e ritiNT fad to see Helen Gardner in "A Daughter of Pan" tonight at tHe opera house. ., . .A. w. . r- f- . tu. .iit .4 a . m IWTKIHOK .TOBKHAt gTAKFOKD. K1WT1CKT TOI8BAY, JM , mm Jl "Httr Capitol $100,000 Rill Bank" 5urplw $100,100 Bank, Cleveland, Tkt bUmr JmtmI HIRITON 1 NSW LOCAL OPTION 1AW Which Is Designed to Make Bnsfitit Harder for Bootlcttcrt M. BAUFLRT BTMCTLY Proprietor IN ADVANCE Transit No. Oh!, DMtrict No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132.' Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. 73-235. MmrW ef Cfartknd RMnr LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK "SSST FEEDS Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions Dig ester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. "V" Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 nl Jack WOO per 100 lbs. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. KENTUCKY STANFORD, jJr. Farmer: you day, don't fail to 6dm to nford, Mon-Whe- n m that- - "INDIANA SILO" on the Eubanks' lot, near L. '& N. Depot. Give me your order early. I have sold 31 during April and May. "THERE IS A REASON." W. P. K1NCAID, 'District Agent Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound man-- ' easent aad efficient service. Make this Bank your af Bank. Snail accounts solicited. it HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. S. s. J. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, jume 7h $1.50 Rcund Trl 91.80 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Utm JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation 11 1 for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. LIVE IN THE OPEN GOLF TENNIS HUNTING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING MOTORING RIDING DRIVING OTHER NOTED RESORTS HadronvilI, MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF WajrnasvilU, Hot Spring, Bravard. Saluda. FUt Rock Lake Toxaway Tjrroa, SOUTHERN RAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER OP THE SOUTH Fa furfW ialaraaattea m aaaat. a taafau. B. H. TwM. V. P. A. UuUyiU.. Ky. Ul The Hampton law, prohibiting the shipment of liquors for sale in local 4vX ft option territory and prohibiting per- Kttrt4 tt ft pntttitfift Ii V sinfr4 tttont tUu mil mulitr. in uuni Having in possession ior sale liquors in such territory and which Announcement is made that- another rocs into effect in Kentucky within a weekly paper is to lie started at few das, is in full as follows: lie it enacted by the ("cncral Asin opposition to Jess Alvcr-o16 sembly of the Ccmimnmvr.illli nf k'ni. ndcron News. Just why the demand for another paper, tucky ; c can't tell, for Alvcron pet out a j?ood newssection 1. Any ncrson In anv conn- paper and tlie field is certainly im tv, diftnet, precinct, town or city in larKC enotigh to support two papers. tills state where tlie .lli n( n lirvrr.ior We sinpcct A1vcrons penchant for of inous. malt, brewed, fermented. spiritnus or intoxicating liquor is jpcakins out in meeting rather rom by d ly sometimes, when things do not ko to by law who has nai'd the I'ntcd Miit him in politics, or other affair States internal revenue tax permitting has caused his enemies to seek to put the manufacture or sale of any such him out of Imsincss in such a manner. liquors, shall c deemed to have naiil Well take a ticket on Jesse, however such tax with an intent to violate the ArthurTimoney, who lias heen doinc prohibitory laws oft this State, or of omp nice work as reporter on the Dan- such fownhiit. tnunicinalitv or coiinlv. ville Advocate, will he the new r.litnr anjl it shall be unlawful for any such at Lawrcncenurjr, and should prove a :iron to buy, bargain for, accept, receive, hold or possess any such liquors, ipicuuiu man ior ine tasK. jvnu ii snail lie unlaw till lor any person to buy for, sell, furnish, or know Benton After Pistol Toters ingly iiriivcr, ship or JihIrc Hcnton is RoinR to make pistol transport to any uch in any manner person or his WALK-OVE- R triers of county live ha'd agent or any litinder the new law which rocs into ef- - quors heretoforeminor, any of the mentioned Providyo.ov, feet this month. In his charRe to the ed, however, that none of the provissraini jury lie said that the ions of this section shall annlv to nnv people of Kentucky had hecamc tir- druggist iiv the ed of the hahitual pistol toters. and of this who is authorized liquors laws for thlt Kentucky has mostly gained her iiK'iucai state to sell such or cncmicai, sciimiiic bloody reputation from this class of purposes. law iiFca'htrs. ,Hc kliQ warned the nls-w. ', It ihall be unlawful for any toters that under the new" "law lie A'rson to cotKlfcn, ship or transport in intends to ive each violator of the .111' law the maximum penalty of thirty days of maruur whatsoever, or deliver anj the liquors mentioned in section i i" jail and a fine of $500 and costs. ot this act to any pirson in any county tlistrict. precinct, town or city where hv law sale of such limiors is prohibited. Clarence E. Woods, formerly of Kentucky, and now editor of the Kustis or for any person residing in such proLake Region, at Eustis, Fla., ran last hibited territory to receive any such li in a field of three candidates for the quors, unless there appears upon tlic Democratic nomination for representa- outside of the package containing any tive in the legislature from Lake coun- such liquors the following information ty. His opponents argued in their N'anic and address of the consignor, name and address of the constRnce. and campaign that he had not been a citizen of Florida long enough to ask of the statement either that such liquors ficc and this seem? o have had its ef- arc lor pcrional and family use of the -- . ; fect. fonBignee, or for medical, mechanical, w chemical, scientific or sacramental purposes. Any consignee accepting or rewwibjr Oatts Has Narrow Escape eling anv package containing such It. i iing me sex ere elcC- - qnois which appear? a false statementt, trtrnl tArti . ui-- l. II,,.,,,,. anJ uan or jH(y person consigning, shinning. ocr . . i tf.lUlvilftltlii xr .IflK.fl... .... raSd JSaturday fcverai"'1' L wllcand vie II rans 8UC j,nowII1K tllat $aM atcmcnt arsfoalf ml "S otitsde thereof, is false. 1C and mill ions 'farmer. "P """ ci-"rrrras thttrw the VVCIl KI1UKII Jiamuiu t shall Lt dliilL'til rftlilly t)f Y"'b'ti tig tin from on or two thst had a narrow escape and it is remarka (ot undkr ibe sfcm tri into tb Meo4. ble that lie and Ins Umiiy escaped previsions of this .... . Wt BELL'S Sec. ' All railroad, expresJ Or OJIi Oatts was walk-in- ? !: serious injury. within around the house sVlicn a bo'tof er transportation companies within this liglitninK struck the residence hurling state, or doing business jier to the floor with violence. Mr. Ute, are hereby required to keep at within each local office co. of toh.r.. Be. fur v. n .sr'SEsiiirsSir O.uu was sitting in a" chair at the time which the sale of in territory liquors intoxicating jnwf Bu l.nci.t, uk Long was shocked considerably. and for beverage purposes is prohibited by "T.U It BT Th B. trips of wcathcrboarding were strip- anv law, a separate look in which shall ped ?ff the house and for a itmc it he entered immediately upon receipt looked as" if the home would be con- thereof, truthful of the statements sumed by flames. However, the blaze ar.uunt and kind of liquor received, it is not otherwise specified and tin? soon oxtiPtfihcd and little dam- the name and address of the consignor, section reads "Any person fur violawas any mil not less age resulted. The children were play- the n,'ine and address be fined of. the .con- tion shall dollars andin not more llutl J" than ten ing aTSund thehoule 3! UlS lUjwJ signee, the purpose for which said v dollars or imprisoned in the count) The electrical .sto..-wwere uninjured. " ialSRdcd to be useil. as slated accompanied with a heavy rain and upon the outside" of the package con- jail not less than five days nor more than thirty davs or lioth so fined anu wind storm, causing considerable dam-autaining vch liquor: the date when reijt the Several trees were split by bolts ceived, the Jatc when delivered and by imprisoned in tlie discretion of lightning in that immediate icinity. whom and to whom delivered: after court or jury." .: r:r.:!t; 'appi.es 7or faUnis Danville Adovate. which record .'ball be a blank spacein whichi the consignee ly hijpjelf ?f""i,s register: for failure to properlv dis. agent sha.ll ! TeqlitfTu To sign his true play the tags furnished by the departMan Murdered in Menifee carry lighted Capt. V. G. Mullikcn, of Lexington, name fielore such lquors are delivered ment; for failure to law specificall) night. The and his bloodhounds were summoned to such consignee or his agent, which lamp at any motorist having colored Sunday afternoon to Cornwell Station, '.o k shall be open to public inspection prohibits lamps on the front of his vehicle as is in Menifee county, eighteen miles from at anv time during the business hours being done by a few and this penalty Mt. Sterling, to try to run down the of. said company. Such liook shall con- applies. It ajiplics for violation of tin murder of C. B. Collier, a farmer stitute prima facie evidence as to. the speed regulations; applies when. passing whose body was found on a creek bank facts therein stated, and be admissa-hi- e street cars when taking on or dischargas evidence in any court in this near Cornwell Station, the head, and ing passengers and in all cases where face having been crushed as if with a tate, Any. railroad, express or other not otherwise provided club oi stone. No clew to the mur- transportation company, or any employe WltHc the department has no destrt der or motive for the murder were or aeent thereof who fails, neglects or to prosecute anyone, it will uiuli ubted known to Charles Cornwell, who tele, refuses to comply with the provisions ly be necessary to institute proceeding phoned from Cornwell Station to Capt of this section, or who makes, or causes against motorists in the cities and Mullikcn. The latter left at once in o be m.u!c, any false entry in said lok towns of the State to make them l his automobile with two bloodhounds or any consignee or his agent who signs izc that the law was meant to be enand hoped to reach the scene before si cli faNe entry, shall be deemed guil-- v forced and that it as teeth m it to of r. misdemeanor, and punishid bv the trail became cold. Those who are a fincof not less than fifty dollars nor make it respected. make a in mere than five hundred dollars, or caught cry error will of courc, with tlie of persecution but More Count- r- Correspondents Wanted imprisonment in the county jail not great extensive publicity that has been givtn The I. J. printed 20 interesting news less than tmrtv days nor more than si to this law by the press of the state letters from its corresjiondents over this months, or both such fine and imprisonthere can be no one at fault but the and other counties during the past ment n the discretion of the lourt. week. It would like to print 30 such letSec 4. In any county, district, pre- motorists themselves for not complvin ters next week. If no letter appears cinct, town or citv in this state where tn every respect. The department bar had the new law printed and it will b freni jour immediate neighborhood and the sale of. any of the liquors mentionvou would like to he a correspondent ed in Section 1 is prohibited, it shall snt free to alt who may request co for the paper, send in your name and be unlawful for any person to keen, pies. postoit'ice address and stationery will store or posses any such liquors in anv be furnished jou and the paper sent room, building or structure other than vou as Ions; as you will write for its the private residence of such person columns The I. J. wants a letter from and which is not used as a place of every store, church, schoolhouse and public resort Provided, That none of VQaicktr rtllm RhniMlUn. Cor Xu. postoffice in this part of the state, and the provisions of this section shall apjTcfcs, NeurilsU, Bicktrlx, llradwb hopes the correspondents already on its ply to druggists authorized to sell such WallsstlM. Yonr uonrr twtk II II falls o r- - M of lb ko4r InBJ list will continue their good work and liquors, nor to persons possessing such au M M nat. that many others will join the happv liquors, for medicinal, mechanical rm MBDlo ak Mln family. chemical, scientific or sacranuntal pur M lOUlM RMEBT COtrf T, poses, nor apply to such liquors in the m. 141 bit MJa M.. Laikiataa. Hi. M L ALL members of the K. of P.. LoilRe process of transportation or in the posof Stanford are requested to be pres sesion of a common carrier. Sec. 5. All liquors consigned, ship-neent Thursday eveninc. Refreshments transported in any manner, re to be served. ceived, held or possessed contrary to the provisions of this act, shall be deemA FEATURE tonight at the opera ed contraband, Old entitled "A Dauchter of Pan" in 'ouse Sec. 6 The word "nerson" as used three parts. in this section shall be deemed to inThe famous summer resort ii now clude any individual, firm, ship of corporation of anv combina open for season and newly furnished. I URIC ACID SOLVENT will be in position to sire cuesti first tion of individuals. class, fair and Set. 7 Anv person who himself, or class treatment, first A SO Cent Bottle (32 Doses) Free first class livhv his clerk, ajjtnt or employe, shall good accommodations violate any of the provisions of this ery and feed stable in connection. Rates Jus, because iou start the day wor act. shall, for the first offense, tie reasonable. Persons desiring rates will ried and tired, stiff legs and arms and deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and please write me at Crab Orchard, Ky. muscles, an aching head, burning and upon conviction thereof be sentenced to TOHN D. WILSON, Prop. bearing down pains in the back worn pay a fine of not less than fifty duller out before the day begins, do not think not more than two hundred dollars TO THE PUILIC ou have to stay in that condition. and the costs of his prosecutlon.or to I represent the largest and best made- He strong and vigorous, with no imprisonment in the county jail not less clothing house in this coumore pain from stiff joints, sore mus- - than fifty days nor more than three ntryEd V. Price & Co, ChicaKo. Ill, cles. rheumatic suffering, aching back months, or both such fine and imprisonor kidney disease. ment in the discretion of the court. For My experience in measuring and di For any form of bladder trouble or the second and every sunsiqttcnt sit recting the making of your clothes, the advantage over one who weakness, its action is really wonderfinsc he shall, upon conviction theie-o- f gives me practical will tailor. If vou is not a ful, Those sufferers who are in and in any court of competent jurisdicout of bed half a dozen times a night tion be sentenced to pay a fine ot not give me your order 1 will promise you will appreciate the rest, comfort and less than one hundred dollars nor more a square deal. Vou will get the worth strengthens treatment gives. than five hundred dollars, or imprison-men- t of your money, either in the cheaper To prove the Williams in the county jail not less than grades or the higher priced. My spring Treatment conquers- - kidney and bladder diseases, sixty days nor. more than six months, line of samples are r.ow ready for your rheumatism and all uric acid troubles, or both such fine an dimprisonment in inspection. s,au and lei me snow you H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor, no matter how chronic or stubborn, if the discretion of the court. vou have never used the Williams Sec 8 Ml acts and parts of acts Treatment, we will yive one 50c bottle inconsistent with the promisions of Maseru' Meetins (32. doses) free jf you will cut out this this act are hereby repealed. Llnroln Lodga No. 60 P. a A. M., mrrtt In notice and send it with your name and .titled ruiuaniuirjktion on tarn firtt and third address, with 10c to help pay distribuMirdar nlghti of i.fh month at 7 u'rlota ll Ihrir mil in tltln inert, Hunforl, Ky. Mrji Ttie New Automobile Law expenses, to the Dr D. A. tion br of ilMtr lod(ri fratrrnally lufitrd to l Company, Dept. 58-'-u. V O. Illdg prewnt. J, W. lltBLA.ND. Kvc'J. A summary of the purposes and East Hamilton, Conn. Send at once of the new automobile law, whic' ind ou will receive by parcel post a will become operative June 16, is iv KOK SAM bargain, regular 50c bottle, without charge and en by J I. I.. Kamsey, assistant to Tlios oak finish and in ictuJa at acondition, s without incurring anv obligations. Oiu 'Itai . Commissioner of Motor Vehicles making splendid music, owner wishes untie only to an address. as follows: to purchase a larger one. Apply this i'his law provides that a State offioffice f THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE cer, the Commissioner of motor chi cles, shall be directly charged with Very few women or men seem to the proper enforcement of this law it. Tango or get Dancing Exercise ri'Kjri to proper licensinu of cars for care to unless they are assured the freedom puriioses. With this ne Manufacturer from aching fitt that Allen's complished the local officers will be the antiseptic ixiwder to be shak-.- n m a much better position to enforce and Dealer in into the shoes, always gives. Since the speed and traffic regulations than Hick-Cla- ss the tendency to hold Dancing parties heretofore. It is the intention of the has become almost a daily, and hourly Comniirsiontr of Motor Vihictcs, 'U teed necesitv in every community, the sale isit the various cities and towns of Original Designs and Prompt Quality Connections at all Allen's so the Druggists the state ami institute proceedings firinite and Marble Quarries. report, has reached the amiiDt those motorists and motorcy Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Sold hvtrywhere 25c. Trial clists who are found not to be compl rnark I Closed on Saturdays package FKUE. Address Allen E. Olmrur with the law. sted, LeK'o), N. Y. Stction 3i fixes the punibhment where Telephone no. 164. STANFORD, KY. A TKAB TIRED FEET i y i u; n' Had it ever occurred to you that the average man is in his shoes hours out of every 24? Then is it a wonder your feet get tired, tender and ache, tie sure your shoes are lond enough nnd widn enough, and made people of reputation, who make shoes not only for service and style, but to rest tired feet. NETTLETON AND vTOMTOCT AIKS.1 A WALK-OVE- R thCSC idCaS ln VlCW: SER" Jcr-amin- in high or low shoes, any leather, any color, $,.uv, q.ou ana s.uu. R sacra-ment- ol A NETTLETON, any last, any leather, many styles, one price, one swBhBsBm bjW.BTaW awalkVA lOVER quality$6.00, and ALL .dv Ssj GOOD ONES. T. IJJgfcQX H. McROBERTS Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY is a safe, prompt, ef- ... W-'rfK!- -:; c; .,'.,. .... BLOOD POISON fective remedy.' It gives an immediate and grateful sense of relief, checks irritatton and discharge, rendersbreath-in- g free and restores general comfort. The Rexall Guarantee is given with every purchase of Rexall Catarrh Spray. This means, if it fails te sgtisfy, every cent paid for it wilf be returned to you, Complete treatment $1.00. ithtifeptic Salve as Penny's Drug Store "The Rexall Store" e. i i Children's Wash Suits For summer time there is nothing better or more saving than the Wash Suit for the little fellow. Rompers, House Dresses for the lady who has no time for ri-a- 1 IHwffjiai'rSi Pl mil 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 d. Drip; Sprinfs 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 fanners. Stop and see it work. Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a Beinis. It is fine for replanting. rr A carload of sewer pipe and farm drain tile. Also a car of fresh lime just received. Come to ''The Farmers' Supply House" for anything you want. Wil-'wi- el-li- W. H. Hig'g'ins first-clas- JD-t- HARRY JACOBS NtwMeits Foot-Eas- e, Voiles, Crepes, Linens, Nets and Laces, the greatest line you have ever seen AT Service-Guaran- Foot-Eas- e, high-wat- LL. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Tfyjtfjr1 :t. l. mm.mmmfimmm'JmwtMH'iit't6i THI 1WTIM01 JOWlWAl, ITAWrOKP. KBHTBCKT. TUESDAY, JPNE 9, 1914 fit, LANCASTER Mrs Wm. Fox Loean and little tnn of Danville, isit to Mrs. who was doorkeeper of the House ol arc here for a protracted Representatives, was over Monday Migati's parent,, Mr. and Mr,. W. II. AJrlet Dm Pi shakiiif.' hands with his many friends. Mason. Rev I, W Rcaglc has just dosed a Dm kter't UttHMfj Ivditor Miction M Saufley and wife succ'shil revival of a week at PleasTwrible Back. left Monday lo attend the annual meet-Ili- ant Hill. ' Miiirg .Sunday. of the Kmtllcky Pnss Association Mrs. Charles Gover and son, RusE. at Dawson Springs. imnaRcr of Central iJ. .."i sell have returned to their home m Ready, Ky." I was not nble lo do iNentiicky Insurance Compiny I, here Cine nnati after a visit of several weeks M Compound. week, for a few mything- - for neatly six monllis," writer The next game dis. between the a,(,''c I'tilcy, of Colorado Mrs. Liurn Hr.ilcltcr, of this place, "and I'aptut and Christian Sundav school, with Mrs. J A Anion Phllarirlnhla. ra. " I .i.rr 'V i Mr of Canada U,ii,ht a was down in bed lor Ihree months. May Mc displacement and Inflammation, ami hiuj N'rings, formerly Ml., mi Wcdnisday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Wilson Rogers, of l.ar-rar- .l u,n. at the school grounds Admission free plantation, offor u"'Wli.,f ,avIlo. i, the guest of I cannot tell von how I "ucii pBin m my eotiiit), t2i0 , lnKhi. Mr, on the l.cx- - my head, and with nervousness and come and sec a good game. Id on, and I lie resli)tirian Missionarv Socut) womanly troubles. V. "'"' -'- inuiie A.hocate mckacho 10 thnt I held Pr M M Phillip,, of I.exincton. who mg atboth .. Inistllesstheami tiwi.-i-l m,,i. Our family doctor told m hnchinrf u. the. home of could harrilv ntnn.l Jnikin,, ,,f Vanesl,iirRl ucre Misses (.ill. here m. could not do mc any Rood, and he Ind was one ol ttic lending physician, of JR! I took Rix lllltfl, Dr and Mrs. Wm. Simpson Llkin, r f'f S,.,:,T, ,,n,r- - Thev were $ We fried another doctor, tin, city seviril vears aeo. wa, here UP . E. rinkhnm'a v' Moiiilas a short ttrns. shaking hamlsi Of Atlanta are guests of Lancaster "un"MXI,lc lo U5, did not help me. II I la), VeKotnble Com- At last, my mother advised melo wiin ins nianv iricnils. lake pound.nndnnwl mn m. ,!y.uMU .iNr"oM' .,l,c PP"'ar and Urdui, the woman's Mrs. Prank Rogers and little two-jttonic. I though, do any amount of r . . ? :; :m,lvr old Mm, livng mar I omt Leavcll W P Pittman, of Parksvillc, known , ae. d was no use for I was nearly dead a.-i ii) .ins, ork,lrvp good, rat cre here Mondav M..i l.cc loir not linn seemed In !n m nMj n... to his mail) frunds a, "I)oc", was here nut with er) painful accidtnts by being ktekid bv a horse 'J he little child Rnoi!, and don't ham look eleven Ins friuids hands am able .Momli) l.P,,n.nn ii ' ,., !o do all ol bottles, and now Imy own and doing hikmi' trailini.with was in the ).ird when the mother saw some my work and In lilt of trouble. I cntcst.mt in the,,erc Mr "U,MI ' rprnmtnotiil 1 .ii Cr"litl,ii;,.Ua.Wi" vsasMhg. sas that the dimocrnt, of In, si.tion' his plu-li- t Ins hv the horse having him and ''cnli. rat. in assistance anil the imni.il I think Cardul is Ihe best rinkhom'a VrsrUlilu rmt.,n.i ." medicine In rl I'rslc county are almost solid for upon Mrs Rogers and kicked and tiuKli. Ihe world. My weight has increased, llrikham tor (fnitcd Stiles Senator, vcry ufTrrlnjrwomnm."-Mn.HAHlir , Mi.y I ," ,.,nt. ...II I... md that thev v.ill give him arousing Inr in the, side, h is thought neither and I look the picture of health. " FlSHER, ltM2 JunlaU Street, 1'hlladol. is scriousl) injured. II you suffer from any of the allm'cnfs maj intj in Posh, without doubt. ViC ' ,,M Mis, Angle kinuiird is at home PKi'i Mi.. I R". a bottle of Cardu. C '.'art? Amitlirr Woman Cne. from today. Delay is dangerous. Wc know Lcs Sloan, the popular joung far polls, the D. & I). Institute- at Indiana . race, J,,m rrov K.I.- -". llailKli ca ot .peak-towhere sin taught the past term. it will help you, for it has helped so mcr nlclily of your VpRctaMe Comiiound man- - louriir-Jonrna- l. many thousands ol other weak women home mar Hubbl. has just rituinul Jhoinas barker, of this count), and from a scviral wciks stav at a It haa dona wondvra for me and I ,,, ,," ,'1 , tlTillum and ui titc mm ;ju years. Shti Lick in Madison counts, where Miss Lima (.rem. of Jessamine, were wild not lw wiUiout It I had a At all druggists. Ic drank the water for stomirb Iron united in marriai,c at the brutes home "" the one last cvui.ng nm down. and backache. is I htc which has brin liotliertnu hitn for mcttcnans will exnirnr.ee a ran unt.ll could hardly atnnil and wanthor-yuchl- y ViV. ChttHrooss Md!eln Co. Ladlts me tune He tool: m commencement .rut in the coming Ch.iut.uqua, which run down when I took Lydia K. Admorir DM Ttnn , lor T.m 'J ""' ,,cr will be In Id m this tit) trom June;.. i onWen cite nd 64 p! took Hem. it !' rra brfire returning home. S""' irour .. nn lamdiii. f IMnkham a VetteUblo Ompound. It 2( en," in plain witpf. MC. IS! Versailles, vid TrulmsUlor i 'ihe aflair is under the inspices helped mi and I am In tin beat of health Miss K.1tlicriiu- M.r.l. " m ill I', ;. '.. if the Woman's Club and a most inter .. I i 1) Stirnbergcn. the . at pren.pt. I work In a fnctory all day -- S....I.IHI incir coiintr) home "Arcadia" The lonir ontiar'or of Crab Orchard, mi nn estmg program will be arranged for all can e w hat It haa done for me. I ei . nlc from the ctt to the risidencc was Knganement Announced at Richmond from P.ubanl. on Mondav. win re hi the tunc. tlu istaorp i,i I.... ...!... .i.t .111(1 W in. Swope, one- - of the graduates of you pernilaalon to publiah my name and I Ii' ' Mrs James I Xcilc. of Richmond. Ins a number of nice building opera-tiou- s vii;iij,iiiU peK or your Vegetable Compound to 'li'l inn mli rare with He .iti,.,.,i ,r,. i..r intcrtaiiiid charnungl) last Ihursil.i) uiidir was He has compliied a the Lancaster Graded School, has bun I lirvir or morr mnn.nnl n miinyofmyfriend."Mra.Alinii,LAw a riception "F" IIIIII.IU.- - aftcriHMin with to hei handsoTc $4(T0 home for Cishier V S ttndircd a good position with the lkn cmiI.I not be imaKimd BON, 12C Llppitt St, Providence, K. I. In the- ricci. friends at her beautiful countr home, of the First Slate Hint nn :. rv Cay lire Insurance Co. in Lex lllli with Mis, Mulbv were He left the tnst week to fill Misses announcing the ingagiincnt of bet ilso tartine upon a larj.e warehouse ington I Dancer SlfftinN tit Women I new position, ami was accompanied b) leawr are hut one physician called backache Marsh, if .sis. f Dam.lle. Katliennr. sister, Miss Hrssic Trtbble to Mr H. for the canning factory there. many good wishes from his home Par,,. Marwaret McClure. of Union l.icr The house was biautiful h adache, nervouaniaa, and thi blue' town I' dtt Howl Wcathcrford. son of Sheriff and In many cue they are aymplom of I., V'u '"' tV""c Ca"'en. of Versatile, to the 'rated, with flovvir, appronriati Il(m)ar, f Versailles .Kcasion, and delicious rifri-- h Dr. W. K. Burton, an eminent The Mrs J. (,. Wtatherfnrd. who has bien ome remain di rnngement or an large rrciption hall, ices minister, of Oak Park, III ,,,ror, f iicnls of M and individual cakes were in a plnrtuacy scIkh.1 at I'hilaiklphta. was a ulcerative condition, which ma. Ihe scrvtd each plite was a hand mlatial home reeent guest of his niece, Miss afforded ample painted I.t overcome by taking Lydu. K. Pin! for siveral viars h..s nrreniefl i card telling the interesting la. Helm Patterson. for the oung folk, to .hnce ham iVejfeUMe Compound. Thounw and nosition with the Miss Mabel Beagle, the jv inning little Ihe mativ Danville, and will Wells Drug Co, of urs fl t.nl was so arranged and exe storj of the ingag.nunt i f American women willingly testify u be fnilids ol the bride extend sir's time, during the summer with them at daughter of Rev. J. W. Beagle and Mrs. MCI that the eseuinc was IU virtue. He is an .pclils Beagle, entertained a number of her and the best assed m ihe engrossing pastime and marty congratulations, man and the firm Is to be joiuig friends upon her eighth birthday 'I was with the greatest reluctance that wislns - for Inr happiness. congratulated upon securing his PERSONAL and SOCIAL In tin- rt Mrs Mattic P. Frisbie is in DanMrs. N'talc " smw.i iiisperse.1 at a late hour A Miss 'I nhl fining Inn wereUMIumi f Ic. Mrs loltt. I ville for a stay of several weeks to Mr. MtllCIOIIt C? lOlirsp u.l Mrs (oe llrck P.in,. and Mrs. Iluodorc Smith of .f Wilmorc, is till and Mr,. W. C. Price. til" I'llllill howl w.n Lexington giicji n vm neck and family Friends will regret very Punch was crt.I the r.b Kennedy, who has been in Frankpease the thirst of the .htirirs Ma,,, Kiicst, bv Misses Madge lliirnain md fort smce iarl m Khruar acting a hear that Mr. O. T. La)ton, much to Misses Mir) Dee Heck ..tut I itf rnu a ptospcr-ou- s charming isitor, were present for the Laura Mright. and the hostess was as- assistant secntar) of the State Hoard farmer, of the county is reported Hubble, of Mckinpc), were lure iut - Daimlle Adutentp. sisted in entertaining by Mrs. II .11 if P'ualuitinn, is back home, scrioasl) ill. Mr. Las ton has been vicvisiontin in day. N't. ill. Mr, Mars N'ealc 'I an. loan! having finished its work by June in failing health foi some time, hut Mrs John N'ciu, and clnl.litii. Miss Mattic Tribble The afternoon was 1st. Mr Kmne.lv is now nady to taki his condition is now more alarming. I.cbani.11, .ire the musts of rclatiu Plan, for Sallee Williams Nuptials ilclichtfully spent and thoroughlv in up ln work as assessor of Lincoln .irwvicx vvaiker lias just purchasami friends here Tin Somerset Jotirn il prints the fol- joved by the large number of guest, ount He made a fine record as sec ed a handsome new automobile of the Mrs. JoMpli Coffc) lowing umii tiling tin plans for t, who called during the afternoon. as the cucst of etar of the ISoird at Frankfort. Chalmer's mike. U Pytus at Crab Orchard on jorthcoiniiig nuptials of Richard t. Miss Margant Morrison and L)dia illiams, Jr, and Miss Klizahtlli Sal-icand Suni!a. -Llmorc, who have been teaching News came to town in hurch Iluchanan, of Lnumille. of i5omirtt. IniiIi of whom base some time here Sititrdav with hi, spent Crick siction Mondav from the Cedar the D. D. College in Indianapolis, an Mrs W I. Hock.ihy and little that Col nan) friuids and relatives in tin, sin. Counts Attorney Will S. Hurch eon dan I'ctir Chandler, the famous Jor- hire for the vacation months. iliiiKhter. of Nichmnml arc the guests and lotmt The recmt copious rains has revived of Mrs. Kolurt Itnicc of this part of the state, is cputc went up (o his old home at Crab Orclw Mr and Mr, fi.orgc Tirkins Sallcc all vegetation as well as people and Mrs A T I.innc) and little sun in! for a short isil Mr. Ducluinn i ill at hi h'vss from something lit-- made glad nianv hearts. riiuet the one of the most nomilar sounp lmi heart troiibli and complications T.. nf Lexington, have been the recent Col honor of sour presmcc Mrs Wood Burnsidc was hostess Chandler's host of friends in town nes, men of Louisville j.uests of Mrs S L Hiir.trttc at the nnrriave of regretted exceeding! to a handsome reception at the home of Mr. b.. J.. Rrinhart and little dain-h- . tin tr daughter learn thus and missed Ins eenial 'nrp- - tier par tuts on Watir strict. The col'!-t.?. or I.luabctli i,,fil; PARKSVILLE i in. in this occis0ni KJ )01,c jlc W1 out schemeinpink and white was carried to . both of Mis Will bcott in Uimilly. the floral dicorations and R Overstreit. a former Rovle oon ui iiiinscit again. the ices and cake. Miss Marv Shepherd Cook returned Mr Kuliard t'.'ott Willimu, Jr, count) Ihij i, making good in the far Herbert F. Harden, a former resibaturday after a .isit to Mi west He has km telegraph operator on the icning of Dr Stradcr has arrived from Har- lauline Sallce, tt llarrodsburg at Didirlin. North Dakota, for some rodshurg and will be attendant phy- dent of Lancaster, now of Belle-suWolnesdav the seventeenth Ky, was united in marriage to Miss Mrs Roberts Mills and little daut1 of June time and was rccintlv promoted and sician al Crab Orchard Sunm;, ami in One thousand nine hundred and made audit and nuirator at Ambro-ter and Mrs Wilson of Mt Sterling iharte of the Keelcv department thi' Ruth Rav Nippert at the home of the " " North Dakota. Mr. Ovcrstrect i, a summer. Dr. Strader is a prominent bride's parents. Mr. and Mr, George arr tin cnests if Mr, C H Carter fiitirt. en W. Nippert of Arlington Heights, O t nine o'clock Miss l.ucile Crow has returned to brother of Jesse V and John C Ovei ind experienced joung plivsician and The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Harvey Hill, Somerset., Ky. her home near Shelliv Cit aftir a de street of Jbnlc; counts, and Hence Ovcome, verj highly rccommendid Mrs. Giorge R. Harden, formerl) of liehtful isit to friends in I extngton The above is a copy of the invita- crstrect of Stanford. Crowds, arc alreadv beginning to come and Homer Hoopir is on duty at Crab in at this jiopular resort, and this prom- this city, and a most exemplary I.oslir O'ltannon, has returnr.l home tions sent out to the frknds of Ixith from State I'nurssitv of I.exincto1 families. All arrangements hive been Orchard as telegraph operator while ises to he one of the biggest seasons it piogrcssivc business man. culmination of a love affair of where he has been in school for the computed for the wedding, which will jiff Ahlridge is taking his vacation has had in many cars. considerable length ended in the hanp) Dr J P and Mrs Caldwell, of pai term Ic one of the prettiest home weddings .Mr. jonn Will (Turst. of Atlanta Ins been here which has occurred here in a long time. amlMr. and Mr,. John L Lucicn Hurnam. of Richmond, h.v marr'age oi and Mis, e.lenn, ot Winston, N. fo srseral diss att.n.line circuit court Mis left this place for Louisville last at lirab.th 1 lutein r will be maid bun assigned to the Paxton Distiller) the home C. the bride's Bessie Brown,and of parents Mr. ami MsitniK his fuller. Col lamis if honor, and Mr Cecil William,, bro-th- Widiiisila) n.orning. out at Duddtrar's mill as ganger, and Mrs. J. S. Brown, on Saturdav evening leff Mdndue ttlegnnh oneritor at Gt'est at Crab Orclurd of the groom to be will be the Vr ? I. To'ten and diushler 'rri lirt man Miss Ilartlunia Sallic, sister Cril Orebard. is spending his vacation is riceiMtig a hearts welcomehe from Rev. S II. Polhtt. the bride's pastot friends in this citv where o' 1 rbanon were the cucsts nf Mr, i the bride .le.t will be hndesmiid with hi, f .titer. Squire W. S. Ahlridge nianv bis hiadquartcrs Mr. Burnamwill was the officiating minister Tl make is bride is the third, daughter of Mr. anr ml fatrilv n,i ,i cr rclatues here md Mr l.ov.l Hue), of Corinth, K) , Walter Jour, lu.lgc Mrs. Brown, ami is an unusually prettv Mrs C nimi'nril ml diueb'er a sou of He has A. R. Burnam, of Rir Sr.nir.lij and tindis vvll Ik groomsman l.lttle Miss liar nioml. been in the internal iirl, of a petite figure and gracious Hiifb Uci.l Fotrr is bick Itoine ev Panther, of Chattati'xigi will be MissPjta Itlanford of I ivingston, Kv, revenue smice for a mimh.r of vear3 n 'naniur. The "room is a worths and from Millcrburc The cerimotiv will be ire visitim: rcbtise, pud frauds in tln Institute inn: bearer Milttin ".J i a most experienced and popular lidi'stnous voting business man bcint. v'ure be atini!it ,cbool dnr'ii" the pit form, d nv Harvev 01 iss. of linn iml community. official. RW in tlu emplov of the American Tobacco and wife who hive I'rr idenc church in Merctr counts. a fine r.cord psi irr... pn.l Co, ot Louisville, he acting in the ,.! tur.iit-M- r WK hinrvrs "id who was ior nnnv v.ars piMor of the bun with Mr Weiirfiild Pel C Clitics, the insurance luistlir cap and Mrs S II WiMcrif.ld h'v. mt) of a traveling salesman for .m W V and W W Ih iml Mt Pr. shvterian church lure 'III. fortli-beof Lancaster, was here Monday shak he firm The newly wedded pur left Iliilev. were the guests of Mr onniK w.diltiig will relthrate the union n turned to their home at Stanford. mg hands with Ins friends A rcetnt at once for a bridal tri" to Ashes illr tw t of SomerMt', ami Mr V R Hutching, at l.extng- most popular issue of an insurance bulletin hi, a N C Many good wishes from admir- Sund.-iv- . to oiing people and will he one of the MT. SALEM eomplirr.cntar) n..tiic alKiul Mr lice ng fritnd, will accompany this young Mi, , .,nl ami tl Misses Uailin;-- ' social event, ot the season As Mt alcm has gotttn quite a lit- f.ainr, and places him third among couple to their future home. ""cV have 'fumed to Ihnr h..t"es in Mrs lohn T llowser of nmsille, will tle place, for news, will sa it is almost tin hr writing the most life insurance Lincoln counts ,ii severil o' eur plav the wedding march useless tor the correspondent to di in Kenluiky during the month ot Dynamiters at Work on Diz nnp pirn are disconsolate Corhin much news. It sounds as though Tctthing babies alvvavs have a harrt inlineclass of people here already think April of tin, vcar Mr. Games repreT Fishing, in Dix river Is reported bet-tsome sents the Pinn Mutual Insurance Co Ro'wrt Carter ind Mist Tliril rh tune ol it whin tin, procis occurs in thev must know eserjliodv's business, thin in man) )ears, but if the reto ind trv to run evervoni else's affiirs. one, of the Vst of the old line com- ports that continue to come to our cars were the nets nf Mis, Stelh hot weal hi r. They not onlv coittind with punful gums but the instead of their own. This is quite a panies. s.i.iirtt are cornet, it will not for long remain at Winchester Mi SVM'nnrr r.turreil hotie with Ihrin stomach i disordered. Mvvels loose am' interesting little place so. Fiom all over the reports Some people the bod) uncomfortable The best help iroiind here seem to take a great deJ. M. Roberts, of Pubis-k- i come of dvnamiting and seining, and 10 renn'n for several .hv's stav Mm Mrv Parlv ceuntv, was on the cattle market one Ins Wn at- - sou can give the little sufferer is Mc-(,- i light in talking and mi .Idling vsliere fisherman tells us he bee"lin school at Colorado Murine,, IS IIUIY n.lXIR It correct, liev are not needed nvervbody in this here Month) looking for some likclv lieves that Dix river has "bein dragour sloimch ert.U and nunt the li-cCol the nin term, arrived Svtt"'-tworld will base all the) can do, if stuff, I but could not find an) thing that ged from end to end. suite htm. Mr. Roberts i one of tbr md heli digestion Price 25e and thev, run their own affair. is stib her vreits Dr ml Mr, (lc per IhiIiIc Sold b Sbugars' Drug M H Paris at the Riptist pirsomce He This Kidnev Remedy a Great Healer Miss N'ancv McKinney left for Nor- whrelorse democrats of Pulaski. Ky and l.ne Rro. ma. Turn. Weilnesdiv. win re she will a)s that Beckham i, b far the strong, ' e is brim; riven a most cordial wel. Store. Stinford For a number of )cars I was trouCrab Orelnrd K. come to Stanford isit her imile, Mr. J." II. Williams and est of the candidate, for the scnatoriil bled with my kidneys, condition so nomination in his section, and will familvserious that part of the time I was uncarrv Pulaski by a large Mi' Marshall Cirter. of Mireland. able to work. Tried several remidies, Mr. Robert, i, ,i strv strone also different ph)sicians without relief. s.i the guest of Mrs. Mattie Vest on He.kliani man ind working with migh Tiiesdav afternoon. sample of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t Mrs Hoss (Iruler is recovering after md main for him. was left, at my hmtse. I commenced .cvcral .lav's illness to take it and continued it until I had W SAV.VVV ,s v VVVTrsXsXsXSNs!esICiN Mr Hell, the peddler from Messrs. R. L Smith and brother. K taken several bottles and am now currabia vsl.o passes here on Wednesday ed. Am oJ )ears of age-- and able to mil I Smith, of Hintt Roikcastle co'i-werFriday ei'ined to be doing good bus court .lay .isitor to Stanford, work ever) d.i). I attribute my cure m ss and he I, earning an looking over the local cattle market with to the use of jour Swamp-Rooline ot coon,. i sieve to putting some beeves nn sile My wffc also was cured b) Dr. KilMrs. H R Flojd was at Plixir here soon. Mr. Smith ,a)S that the mer's Swamp-Roo- t. Symptoms were Sjirinj, Mondav to see her cousin, Miss emocrnt, of Rrckcitlc coimt- - are vers serious, including hemorrhages, nn Hell McKinncv. oljillv for Becklnm for United State, girat pain and distress. I commenced Mrs. John McKinncv and Mrs. Mattic cemtor. and that his two opponnent, giving her Swamp-Roand it was ot were in McKinncv Wednesday. hve nraciicnllv no following there j.t just as healing in her case. We can Mrs John Rites, of Middleburg, vis- - ill Swamp-Roo- t heartilv Mr Smith ,avs also if lieekhim )our Tho Kind Yc 1Ut Always Bought, and which has boea iti.i tlr, nlice Wednesday i nominatnl of the republicans to all kidnc) sufferers. uno for over UO yean, bus porno uie Bicnuuiro 01 Miss Thi'lma, Adams, isitcd her sis-t- .r f Rorkci'tle tninv Very trul) sours. r sua per enuntv t'nt they mm ana nan ut'cn uiuuo unui-Miss Hessic Adini, at McKinne), "oing to vote for him ,iyNovember. are H C. GRIFFITH, in Komil Hupcmtslon Hinro its iniamy. Miss I.oh W.vnl, is with her grand-motMexia, Texas. you lit thin. Allow no one toilei-i'lvMiddleburg. .if Subscribed and sworn to before me I fl. the are hut IiultntloiiH nml Prof Mcllec, of King's Mountain, is Warriner Hotel at Mie Host of was a Notary Public, this the 8th dav ol All CountcrfoltH, W'awiesbure. teaihiug a sinijini; school at New Sa01 April. 1912. JXM!rliucntH that trlflo witn anti cuuiiukit mo T BENNETT in town Saturday, having brought up a lem Notary Public luluatH and Children Exicrlcco ttguluat IxuexlateaU nirtv of witnesses, for a case in circuit Mrs. Li"ie Williim, i, with her court Mr Wirriner is daughter, Mrs. John McKinney here. democrat of the southern part of the letter to I He sas tint Beckham will i Dr. Kilmer & Co., eoiiiitv sweep that seetion nf Lincoln by a two HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Blnghamton, N. Y. Cantor-l- a In a linrmlcaa anlmtltute for Castor Oil, Patre-ror- lr, to one vote over the other candidates. I I)rom and Hoothliitr SjrupH. It is i.liaxnnt. George Stone, of Dinville. was huli'i t'ontultiii neither Ojiluni, Morphlno nor other urcotlo The People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u here in court Saturjhv The Judge is Prove What Swamn-RoWill Do For dehtrojH sVornis vubatiines. Its ago 1 H a democrat and a law)er nf, the ol-- ' You Use What Have to Sell ears Send ten cents to Dr, Kilmer & Co, school. He has been "mentioned" a and allajK I'orUhnemi. Tor inoro than thirty lpatlon, mini! er of times for different offices Biiighampton.N. V, for a sample size has been In coiiKtant use for tho relief of Count Insure vour Drouprtv vsih Bromlev of ios'tion and responsibility in the bottle It will convince anone You I'hituleney, "Wlud Colli, all Teethlnif Troubles mid and l.owiN, iinlictil ami cnngressuin il ustrcts. luit will also, receive, a booklet of valuable & Bronilfv. Stanford. Kv. It reRulates tho htoiuaeh natural blcey. he Jrr of office has nevir appealed information, telling about the kidneys healthy it'.id aNHladhiteM tho l'oial, him suffici.ntlv for and When writing, be sure Xb CuUdreu-- Panacea TUo Mother'n rrieuu. Graduation presents at Muellers' "o scramble for place him to get into an bladder. the Interior the mention Journal Reg-ulfewelrv store fifty-ceand sire botI tles for sale at all drug stores. -- A position XNTl-'as an eer. Can handle any kind of steam enTkcn Ii mcr dUrrh In this rctltn rf lbs Signature of 10 ears of experience. Walter J. gine fouutry ibau ill oilier aissMM-i- . ut tunvu.tr. and Cravens, Stanford, Ky. t tw 4i lp uutll Um Use trw jnr WOMAN COULD HARDLT STAND rmkhm' Veget. IjmUvllle, W Mi, ell. Mrs. William R. Gaines Is quite "I at the home of her husband on the trab Orclurd pike, her many friends will rcjirct to learn. Mr ,,nd Mr, Harry Jacobs hht,i bii father, Mr l).wt Jacob, at Way Cr?-'or'- M!,,y' - ,)fle nd danghttr, of arc the gucMs of Mrs. C. SAVES DAU6HTER HEARD ABOUT TOWN Jcffer,nn J. Bowman, lllllll'llllillllllllgMC 3 tf SktW m rata UL K ..I ;,lc nif-rr- 1 .r .f !,.' Mrl i"-""- '" "". 0,l!l'l Insures Satisfaction YM ar i U in, 1 m, KY i""T 'iin d H assured of best result and lasting satisfaction. Let ui ahow you tome fine color combinations and tell yovi all about the GUARANTEE under svhichMaatic Paint is sold by ui and backed by its makera the old reliable firm of IKUN-CLA- PVONT experiment with unknotm or ctieao oainh h'a too cottrr. -Get Mastic Paint right at the start and you are absolutely ' rla, '"'" ''"I "a"' - i 1 PEASLEEIAULBERT CO., of Louisville, Ky. Thil valuable book contain! fine illustrationi and practical advice. Ask ui for it "Homei and How to Paint Them." Free Illustrated Book New Stanford Drug Co. 1 'Jb ' Stanford, Ky. "' "' '' 'tr o. Otit-noe- - ii will-know- n - ta . - inflnir-mator- ,,! ii1. a . i ' THE SHOE EVENT of the Summer is as usual the sale of Odds and Ends from our finest lines of low shoes, as good as hands can make, in Pats., Kids, Guns, to-b- e s. rrr r,.l ,.! hom-mo- -- ,.,. e, and Tans, at auc-tion- e 95cand$1.48 Come while we have your size. Buy that pair of Low Shoes you need for COOL, 7v "'. luiyrn Z s.,. .. r!.' ii -- bo-li- e COMFORTABLE SERVICE, NOW. Per-rvwl- le Co-7.i- tt 1 tr Severance & Son BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechanician in charge of repair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. PARTS and SUPPLIES FURNISHED PRICES REASONABLE ' t.nle , Ir rt 'f , ir Cr. hic Lincoln Garage Co. Phone 203 'f ni old-tim- e STANFORD, KENTUCKY v mi-lorit- Zhlldren Cry for Fltchrfs UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. V. D. and FartNski.it e t. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ot la e ir .Tiint-uK-gos- m-iui- W What is CASTOR A Kl,'ru,'0 e I I 1Q I It it ' ot Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers FW54. Stanford, Kentucky llarrluea. K'tT GEO. H. FARRIS, J. L. Beazley 1 GENUINE CASTOR A jBears the ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always BoogM In Um 2L&0Z. Fr ,y,J CQM"I Over McKiunev at 8 A. M., leave Stanford 10 A M Rates $1 per trip. Masters 15- - :p il Biwve-- r McKinney, Ky. Wi will run uto line from McKtn mv to Stanford, Ky. ever) dav l.eive 30 MIIHO""''. Years see mr almut )our house, carriages, and automobile painting. Paper hanging a specialty Shop on West Main street I. J Telephone in residence, No. Hcldcn, Stanford, Ky. 6-- R 2V-t- WRITh me, telephone me, come and eyu-a- no qow roa via only ABE TUVB ETX mmUrf. mmttmrr, ar. tsjlw ol LAUI.K MkT U CVK IALVK. U mm ats04 CTaMiUlvsl IMa. craa-sha- . Mea aad mtmw hmM rtaaHa ihaS laHaw. l NtU Mir alca mt Kalo Ktrnm lor vrsrlua M MMjr KkULK kalsa. EAgl.EEVE sALVt m In talSM-Os- m& m r i ir one-doll- k Co., J. C. M'Otry m incurably, kvr a rvt uiaur yvara ilmtura ruijuuiit It a Ksal ultcuMt aud irrurtlwd Imal rruuiUta, aud by cvustaulli laUJuH Iu ,curv vtltu It lu.urabU-kcal Irvatuivul, rououiu-s-Inlruia baa ruru Catarrh lo U a dlraar, aud tbrrrr.-r-rciulrra trraturat. Hall a I'atarrb eure, tuanuraclurrd bjr F, J. ILci.ijr 4 iu, Tulrdo. Ohio, la tbt ouljr 1'ui.lltu. Iloual cure uu lb marart, II la takro lutrruall Iu vluu-- from 10 drop to a liassuiiful. II aria etlrrs-llva lb blood and mucous aurlarra vt tb ajat.Bi. Tbry offer oo bundrrd dollar, for an rat It (alia to run. MtiwI for circulars and l.atluoulala CO., Toledo, Obltt. Adurtaai r. 1. CHENEY bold b)f Plusgl.U. 7&C. alalia MiUljr UUa for Coutlpatk. I aHfl tw ri WETAKER I UNDERTAKER FurRHw-- t txmM Tc FHINE 42 . AND EMIALMER Dealers ia MUtiAf, Rum. FunU- far aM KIhm If ItlCat STANFORD. KV AND 7. EMtALMi ffiet PUmm Hmm Hm ML STANFORD, KENTUCKY. fcF .3". fft L t '. , THE INTBIcIO JOVRKAt STAMFORD, KIRTVCKY. TUESDAY, JBHB 9, Umlti UI4 Buachlag Oat FMM"'MM STICK NEWS BattMiBr f&K-M- ? ahv uiBr .. JmWFAViVss1ssVammmmmmfimmmmmmmamM f' . jp'mmwmmmmml mfmmmK aaV.HtaSmaflBBik' 4 n ''"!' JH mmmmrmmmmJmmmmt 'S' H Adam Pence bought a cow and calf of Harriett Salter, paying $40. h. Horton sold a tow to Floyd Rej nobis, of Nicliolasville for $39. IC T. Pence, Sr., bought of his ton sccra! dajs ago a good milk cow for $50. BammmmmmmmKBmaBammmmmmmmmmmmmmmaiiBmmmmmmaal HHi mm mmmVmmmw ' lw mw' . ammmYmmmrt SVr v ilsmmmmmmmmTVi' i i sfvMammmmmmPJmmmmmiPB mmmmmmmmmjmmmmml . , - Ui amvmmviPm BmVRmmwmY','.T'v ammmmm-'aYirv- H mmfmmi' ra.P'mmmmmmY "JttRsjBjssjsjsBjBjsBMSSBtaajgjprj aTsfr MJ ; ' 4. c.t'BwammaLjamBBl A.VmmmBsJPl Lmmmli &.raTBmm1li flPl tiiti.iiimr. 2.24. The Ifi li.itul. foaled ...:.. :.. m) l.T.. a truly made horse, ot 15; 1901, bred at VillaRC farm. Warfield i ..t....t;. nnrl lirftl i ....i:. in lines Hast Aurora, N. Y. Sired by Dare De- ' ot note vil 2fW, He won seven chainjiiomliips, that entitle bun to become a sire sccim! that he is a son ot mc Krcai Dare NaliKlitv Girl by Ucx Amenciu 232000, rare horse and unions progenitor li-.- t, Tr. The Warfield, 36621, .i.,... 2:24 Am?. four ve'ars old. record 2.11 M. sire of cars, record American Ilcllc. tlircc and. 29 others in 2.30 Iit, a 2.12 son of Onward 1411 record 2.25 and sire of Onward Silver 2.05 otbers in 230 list. Onward was sired 1519 2nd dam Diicrma by Geo. Wilkes sired by Mambrino King 1275, sire of H) including Lady of the Manor 2.04 third dam Dotlct by Nutwood 2.18 and sire of 180 in 2.30 list, 4th dam Topaz by Stratbmorc 408 sire of 90 in 2.30 list. Fifth dam Willard by Albion, sixth Dam Ned by Edwin Forest. 7th Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief 11. The Warfield is an extra hinli class horse, not afraid of an) thing, a high actor and as well broken as any horse in and out of the stable, has a good coat and carriage nice head and tail. lie is a sure iroiier. nc sicppcu a l? 4. Devil 2W. The latter earned the title of the 'Monarch of the Home Stretch, while on the turf, and after retirement to the stud acquired imperishable re Not only have the now n as a sire. Dare Devils nrocd great race horses many but the family has furnished t l.n... rim, winners as well as Dare Devil and Mambrino King, both yi bemtr champion snow siauions National fame received more money in ring than any two stallions in the show the wot Id. The Warfield will make the scaor. of 1914 at our farm the U. R.King tnrit.init. .it $10 to inurc a live colt. Season becomes due when mare is sold or parted with: ecrv precaution taken but not responsible for accidents should any occur. Good grass can be furnished at ?2 per month. lames Rc nobis and Fred Gooch, of 22 cattle of R. K. Horton at $31 per head. II. M. McAfee, of Harrodsburg, sold a fine saddle and harness horse to .Monte box, Damillc fof $250. Jason Taylor bought a nice trotting bred marc irom Sam McKinney of the Uct Hunt,Monday for $150. of near Crab Orchard, Jim liotight of Mrs. ndcron, of Paint Lick Oarranl count) one sheep for $7.50. (norge Peel, a stock dealer, of Jessamine, bought nincUcu head of cattle bore Monda) of different parties at $21 pep head. Green Gooch. of Wawicshutg. sold to G. W Peel, the Jessamine count) liti)-e- r, a hicc Jcrsc) bull Jur $30 here on court da). V T Nimnellcy bought two steers of Green Gooch, of Wa) iie.sburg. g $54 for them and one of R. li. $27. rton for We-- t . irginiaii - truing a Unit of one )tar in the State penitentiary at Httniitigtoii for the theft of three eggs. l.ucicn Fishback, of Versailles, was here Monday and bouuht 30 head of cattle of different parlies. He paid on, v per licatl. uic average oi FOR SALIC Two second hand binders one an OMiorne and one a Diering. good as' new, alo two llrown walking cultivators. G. C L)on. Wajnesburg bought pa)-m- 1 e. ..,. 45-- 2 ..i-,- ... nr At the same place we will also stand jennet sired by George Tarkington's re) tons nam was our fine, big jack Tolbcrt at $10 to in; Napoleon jacK. sure. Tolbert is three years old, 15 Shanks' jennet sired by HuffDudde-rar'- s Dudderar's jack's first dam jack. hands high, black with white points and fine bone and weight. Tolbert is was lilain's jennet sired by Drignolia. See Tolbert before breeding our mule by Pevton and out of Clumsey, whose llctlll WrfS IIIM J -.. THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT r i VVUUUMJIl C. M. BACK & SONS, PHONE 68-- X, srMn.r..' ,IUIUKIJIIIli j n I mares. MORELAND, KENTUCKY HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE. Buy Your rroiitman. Crtilcher Co.. of Nicho-l.willsold last wcik to Simon Weil & Son, of Lexington, 20o slop fed sticr at 7 4 cents per outid. The cattle averaged 1,050 pounds per head. P. L. lClatn, north of Crab Orchard, who was in town for court da) Monday, sa)s that crops arc looking fine in his part of the counts. He has nut in 40 acres of corn, which he has will cleaned and in first class shape breed of blue pigs has been developed by George C Griffith, a Harvard gradinte of Southern birth, who is described as "a lawyer by profes-tiobut farmer bv choice." ORCHARD GRASS- .-l have machinery that will strip it cleaner than blue grao If anyone is interested call phone at Mt. Salem. L. C. Dunn, Hustonville. K. D.. No. 1. E. L. King and W M. Kijj?. of the Fast F.nd. sold to n. D. fioltzclaw, near Walnut Flat a bunch of 34 hogs averaging 114 pounds each at seven and a quarter cents a pound. W. F. Po.vcrs sold his farm I) ing on North Rolling Fork in llovle, to Lcan-dc- r Snapp and l.ucicn M. Wolford, for 5,5(W. The farm contains 115 acres and there is also 50 acres of knob land. WF. arc now handling the well known Dccring Farm Implements. We have ati)thing from repairs to a mowing machine to a threshing macnine complete. Also binder twine. Call on us before )ou bii). C. H. Carter and Son. e. 3-n. 42-244-t- Spring Suit of f J. F. Cummins AT COST Two Great Stallions Standing Glen Brook A HIGH GRADE STALLION My high Dred Chestnut borrel Stallion will make the Season of 1914 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He is 16 hands high weight 1,200 pounds. He win serve a iiimicu numuer oi mares at $15 to iiuure a living colt, season due when mare is parted with, or leav. ing the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and out of standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to be a great breeder, having his colts to show for him. His co!ts are all saddle colts, with good tle and action. Call and sec a good horse before breeding timj comes. I will also stand .lie at Hustoaville I will stand the two great draft horses WATZMAN and FRENCH for the season of 1914 at my farm near Ifustonville, at the low sum of $10 each to insure a living colt. Watzman is an imported German coach horse. He sold for $3,000 originally. I have used him two seasons and his colts show for themselves what lit can do, all coming large size and with lots of style. His colts show too well what he does, to need an extended description. French is a rercheruu, and a Company horse originally and sold for I bought him in Metcalf county, vhere he has done splendid work in the stud. He produces splendid colts, the big stjlish fellows with fine bone and shape. He will attract attention anywhere and is the kind of a breeder owners of mares are looking for. He weighs 1,800 pounds and gets colts like him. 1 also have two or three fine, big mllle bleeding jacks which I will also stand at $12 and $10. $2,-40- 0. 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 show .for him here. He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and style. lie will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Money due when mare is parted with or left the county. B. JIM REED great mule jack K. Baughman, Hustonville, Ky. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, Ky. Hail Insurance, National Union Fire Insurance Co.. of Pittsburg, Pa., cash capital, 1,000,000, provides indemnit) for loss and damage to growing tobacco crops, Equitable rates, sound protection, square deating For information apply to Harry L. Briggs. Agt Danville, Kv. LEFT my place on May the 1st fout shoats, weight about 100 lbs one red gilt and one red boar, one black and white and one sandy color with black spots, two of them have their tails of I Will pav $5 for finding them. George Coffee. I live on Miss Tevis Shelby's p place. The Master Commissioner of Wayne count v last week sold one of the largest traits ot timber land in this section ot the State in setting up an estate. The price paid was $50,000. A R. Humble Jfc Son, of Somerset, purchased the tim-'.on the tract and were given ten jcars in which to remove it. 'J. D Holtzclaw, the Walnut Flat stock dealer, bought last week and shipped away, 40 hogs of J. W. Willi on; on the Sheb'y City pike. 30 hogs of Kings Bros., of Crab Orchard, and C lambs of John B. Foster. He paid from sei-eto eight cents per pound for the hogs and from four to eight cents per pound for the lambs. A bull calf less than 4 months old was sold at auction at Chicago Friday for $20,000, said to be a record price in the United States for a dairy am jnal. The purchasers are Spencer Oli. Sr.. Spencer Otis Jr.. George E. yan-)UHagcn and 11. Stillson Hart, all of Chicago. The calf was born February 25, is a Holstein and comes from fam. jus pedigree stock. n Brown. Law son & Co.. the stock dealers of Garrard coun ty, were here recently and bought a number of hogs from some of our most prominent farmers. Following are hogs the sales. 35 head of if J M. Gooch at eight! cents per pound; 33 hogs of Lilburn Gooch, at eight cents per pound; ten hogs of R. C. Duddcrar at eight cents per pound; ten head of 200 pound hogs of W. D. Gooch at eight cents per pound; ten of George weighing 300 pounds at seven and a half cents; 25 weighing 'it eight cents per pound of W. G. Gooch J. Walter Cozatt. of Parksville, last week delivered to Sam W. Rupley and 45-(- p. 45-2,c well-knowd Slid-ilulli. 200-lbs. er Jno. W Webb. 91) lambs and ewes, the lambs at c and the ewes at 3 cents. Mr. Cozalt had his lambs engaged to Rupley and Webb, to go in iul) and iigust, hut when the dogs began to slaughter them, causing him to lose two or three nights sleep watching for the curs, and knowing there was not any money in the .treasurv to pa) for sliicp killed by dogs, he decided to sacrifice' his sheep and lambs. V good crowd attended the public sale of Mrs. Mary J. Ramsey at her resilience on the Gioggin's Ferry pike, B. near Nicliolasville tictionccr "J t lumber i rcjHiris the lollowmg prices Fifteen stock hogs. $9 per head; )ear-mimule, mule, $105, two-- ) ear-ol- d $120;. four-- v ear-olmule. $150; fori two ewes with 51 lambs. $4 10 per head R. P. Gregory and W H. Denny, ot Garrard, have gone to Bovle, each taking machines and crew for harvesting the blue grass seed crop. Mr Gregory liHik tcven machines and about thtrt) five bands, while the latter bad with him six machines and twenty three hands. They were equipped with sleeping tents and cook bouses mid expect to be gone alKvut tlircc weeks, extending their operations through Boyle, Mercer and adjoining counties. deal for a large breeding farm stocked with blooded horses from Kentucky, including some of the most valuable racing animals, was arranged ai Jackson, Miss la.st week, when J. 1". Barbec. of Bourbon count). Kv . purCounty Court Diyi chased a half interest in the ilclovv is a list ot the days Count) farm of John Hutcheison, 10 miles west of Jackson. Mr. Barbee and his wife Courts arc held each mouth in counties will move from Kentucky to their home in this pari of the state. Anderson, Lawreucebtirg, 3d Month) and will bring with them horses valuBath, (Jwingsville, 2d Monday. ed at $22,500. among them being the Itourbon, Paris, 1st Monday. sire. Knightly King, winner of the Kentucky Futurity and valued at $2.5(10 Ilovle. Dinville, 3d Monday. Breathitt. Jackson, 4th Monday. and Noble King stallion, valued at Many other horses will mike up Clark. Winchester, 4tli Momla), Pa) cite, Lexington, 2d Monday. the string. The farm will be the first Fleming, Flcmiiigsburg, 4th Monday. for breeding race horses in the state. Franklin, Frankfort, 1st Momla). .. 4th Monday. liirrard. Sudden Slumi In Wool Prices Gram, Williamstown, 2d Monday. Kentucky farmers who have Central Harris jn. Cwitluana, 4th Monday. been watching the wool market before Henry, Newcastle, 1st Monday. celling their prmg clip, have been lessaminc. Nicliolasville. 3d Monday caught by a sudden slump in the prices Lei, lleatt)villc, 4th Monday which have been offered by local dealLincoln, Stanford, 2nd Monday. ers and speculators, says the Lexington Madison. Richmond, 1st Monday. Leader. Within the last few days Mason, Ma)svillc, 1st Monday there has been a drop of over a cent Mercer, Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. per pound in domestic wools, due largeMontgomery, Mt. Stirling, 3d Monly to the refusal of eastern hu)cr and day. milt representatives to take an active Nicholas. Lagrange. 4th Monday. part in the market. The Kentucky wool Ovven, Owenton, 4th Monday. clip amounts to about 2.225,000 pounds, Monday. Pendleton, Falmouth. of which about 1.500,000 pounds is Powell. Stanton. 1st Monday grown in Central Kentucky. Nearl) Pulaski. Somerset, 3d Monday, all of the Central wool crop has been Scott, Georgetown, 3d Monday. held by the farmers' pools for various Shelby, Shclbvville, 2d Monday. counties and sections, and the greater Wa)iic, Monticcllo. 4th Monday. amounts of the wool thus placed on Woodford, Versailles, 4th Monday. markrt has been sold by scaled bids at from 25 to 28 cents per imhiikI. Insurance The bids of this amount have been Fire Insurance, Tobacco-Hai- l made by dealers who have been exReliable companies No wild cat or pectant that the eastern market would assessment concerns. W. J. Campliell. begin al once to begin the purchase of Hustonville. f the domestic clip and that the mark, wo'ild show a considerable falling off in total amounts of domestic wool, due to the marketing of sheep because of both of last summer's drought and the passage of the new wool tariff scheRegistered Ptrcheron Stallion 78868 dules. The manufacturer of woolen This is a splendid t)pe of the breed fabrics, however, have persistently kept Black with star in forehead. Foaled ' out of the market, and dealers May 25th. 1910. have bought to anv extent are SIRK The great Pcrchcron horse. lo seek a market for their Sam, 25055 (54fi)8) an imported horse purchases, and the dullness of the marfrom France, a winner at the Internaket has had the effect of forcing down tional at Chicago; also twice winner at the price to 23 cents per pound irginia State Fair, tipping the scales Buyers who have kept control of local market8 and pools have expressed at 2450 pounds. DAM. Mason Girl. Registry No. the opinion that the price of local wool tSWW. A beautiful black marc weigh is not likely to rise above 25 cnts avain thi season, an.l is very likely to drop ing 1600. He will make the season at my farm several points Itefore the entire Cenat Knoblick Station. Lincoln comity tral Kentucky clip is marketed. heller known as the "Sow ell Givcns farm,' at Shake Off Your Rheumatism $10 to Insure a Living Foal Money due when colt is foalrd, mare t ts. i tlia dot rttl r( nil r traded or removed from county. rheuiualism. Try a twenty-fiv- e cent Care taken to prevent accidents, but of chamberlain's Liniment and not responsible should any occur. see how quickly vom rheumatic pains E. G. BICKLEY disappear. Sold by all dealers. Phone 671, Danville, Ky d three-gaiteW.l-acr- o $2.-00- 0. I trVDROP drops In lh water cures and cholera, diarrhoea and ntherchlck diseases. One toe bottle m.ike II callon of medicine At all Jruglil. Hamplr and booklet on "Diseases of Fowl" aent KIIKK. irHta Rimac'j C. Utiifto, It Sat. prevent f MMMN P9MTIV CUM down a chick' thmat cure A few formerly of Stanford, sold the past week to the Lexington trotting horse trainer, Hunter C Mjody, the old stable ami alrfiul thrci and one-haacres of the Bailey prop, erty adjoining the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association track at Lexington and will erect new stables and have his training stable there next season. Mr. Morcland has at present by Henry in the new stable crccteil Schmulbach the most attractive saddle horse quarters of any man in the state, and is will fitted up to handle the "cuuines beautiful," Mr. Morcland has called in his crack saddle Morses that he has had wintered at In charge of Sterling Nicol WtHdburii his father. Cascade was purchasand ed during the past winter by Morcland and lefl with his developers while Maple Leaf was bought in Mason county by Morcland and sent to Nicol to give a little education. Mnreland has been especially well pleased with the way his horses have been doing ami had anticipated bringing them home sonic tii.ie, but after seeing them work, decided to leave them a bit longer Maple Leaf is said to be especially improved and, as those who saw her last season art familiar, was ttitc a good marc at that time. Maple Leaf is a daughter of Cluster, a son of Chester Dare. Mr. Morcland last week, sold to William du Pont; of Wilmington, Del, the millionaire powder manufacturer, the chestnut saddle gelding Twenty-Fou- r Karat. Mr. du Pont will have the horse sent cast where he will be shown, at the eastern shows in the d classes by Miss Marion du Pont, daughter of the purchaser While the price was not made public, it is understood that a r'cord sum for a Twenty-Fou- r saddle gelding was jjtveit Karat is by Kimr Lee Rose, sire of Nickel Plate. Grcv lack. The Bride Rose, Cascade and other good ones and is out of a marc bv Lexington Den mark. Mr Mnreland has had the horse in charge for almtit eighteen months and he now lacks nothing that goes to make to m ike a prize w inner. lf fivc-gaite- d K. K. Morcland, Bob Monlaad ttAH.lEWI.TE.MW mm start chthh trMDitt A t TWCtwUrkUlM siaiPMTon or iimm Wi Yht Nmk Ic m tWHmr Rill fir Frisky? u Roots A Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according1 to tho Original tt Formula Reel pea of Oharlia Whlto-Koo-n, The Cow-bo- y Herballat, for the treatment of human ailments. Endoraed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE BOPS, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write ra Mrs. 3731 CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N KltKI Hfl Wt tfeatViy Lmlsvllle, Kentucky 117 'Wsv r m lt Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white; eight years old; ts hands SIRE. Preston 922 by Washington by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam. Lady Pence by Forest (2863); 3d dam, DaiiKhtcrof Garrard Chicf.(225.i) 4th dam daughter Borie's Gray Eagle. $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I have facilities for caring for mares sent to me irom a distance and will furnish good grass and the best oi personal attention. In all cases a lien will be retained on ioal tor service iee, accord-In- n to law. Fees become immediately due and insurance is iorfeited it mares are removed from stale or bred in another horse Care taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection cf all my hones and will guarantee satisfaction in all my dealings. He will stand at Nunnellcy's Slock Pens, Stanford, Kentucky. Carroll Preston 4383 J, nt W. O. WALKER 42-t- tfi 1 Samson a. 1 wr 4MBtt?'&&&i2-.ru c a . j-- er i r - .mm - TsMsisk :m i tssssssssi u tr. mV jt.3?- vsssssst m-- , . I Root to riMittjhe dm tnt.cripehu out. SsS&qI WSi&'YQjM vines, rhubarb, peonies, phlox, seed po etc. Kver) thing for Orcharn and garden. Free catalogue. No accnts 1841 H. F. Hillenmeycr & Sons 1913 Nurservmen since 1841 TREES Strawberry plants, fruit and slndc trees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape 1914- - SEASON All Peavine 4092 1914 Lexington, Kentucky Sire Rex Peavine 1796 Dam Lucy Wells 6404 Champion Sire of the World. Go to the records, don't take any body's word. His produce have won more prizes and have sold for belter prices than any stallion in Kentucky Why not breed into the family that has produced the champions of the world for the last decade, such as Edna May, Haiti Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana of the Lea, Rexall Prince, Jaquelina, Jacquline, Jaque, Princess Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many others. This is unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavine and remem. ter that the colts of Mrs. Lowndes, she has sold for the unprecedented prices of $3,000 and $1,500 are out of a mare by Rex Peavine. Draw your own conclusion, and breed lo a horse of the most popular bloodlines at a living price. It Billed thus formula tn taken BB7 Bflr BOSSEAU Fee $40.00 to Insure Living Colt-a- nd a Good One How About That House R. S. SCUDDER, McKINNEY, KENTUCKY I will stand my fine registered Bosieau at my farm on the Stanford, and Hustonville pike, one mile East of Hustonville for the season of 1914 l'er-cher- on You're Going to Build? The importance of deciding upon the best material cannot be over estimated. You want something which will be both durable and lasting. Of all the building materials, there is only one which is absolutely durable concrete. If you decide on concrete as the building material you want to use, you should be sure and get the right kind of Portland cement There are so many kinds of Portland cement, that it it essential that you get one which you can be sure will always produce satisfactory and uniform results. could talk it would recommend the Ford. The man who obeys the yoice of economy invests his dollars in the Universal car. He knows it serves his every purpose best and at lowest cost. Buy yours today. Jfyourpockel-boo- k $500 is the price about, the touring Detroit, complete Get catalog and of the Ford runcar is $550, f.o.b. with equipment. particulars from wm$khm ;i ii'ii 4,.avV?W' iF- - Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES Have made hit name famous aJI over the . United States sad Canada. Coaspoted of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Fer treatment of Human Disease. Punley's Indian I Ierb-- 45 Days' Treatment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Crcme Soap, Price 1 Oc, 3 bars $ 1 .00 2Se 2Se f rnTniPOETLaND JbLUlMll will give you satisfaction because it is ground fins enough to give a most perfect binding power, and is tested at frequent intervals for its quality and uniformity. Let us figure on your requirement. COLT Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, weighs 2,060 pounds and is just the Kind to breed to, to get your big mule mares. H. L. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. $15 TO at mWBM ml 'mmmv INSURE A LIVE mmmm Rex O'Dare MO. 5000 By Chester Peavine No. 3184 by Rex Peuvme No. 17'J5. By Rex McDonald, 833; 1st dam F.thel D. No. 8856; 2nd DAKOTA JACK The Northwtstcra Cowboy ORIGINATOR All Shu OM SALE AT gars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OP riHtSUVS INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ca. dam Tnxie Quick No. 8855; 3rd dam Bay, left bind foot white, 16 hands high, foaled 1910. Will make the season of l"!4 at my stable on the Stanford and Shelby City pike, six miles from .Stanford at $10 to insure a living colt. No scivice on Sunday. M. ,t McCARTY & ANDERSON, AgcaU PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD, KY. HioMTrjiiTuweS5 To Mammoth Cave Tuesday, June 2J. A personally two days' outiiiK Hound trip fare from Stanford. $i.3i. Kooms roened at the Cave Hotel boards and trips in the Cave for $5.50 makini? the total cost $V.85. Special coach on regular train 4.40 A. M. 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