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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. FULL VICTORY CONCEDED Men From Different Thli Paper stops When Your Tlmt ii up Watch the Dad Oa Label and Renew Your Subscription Promptly. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS CANAL TOLLS REPEAL BECKHAM'S By Prominent PRESS HENDRICKSON CAUGHT COMMERCIAL ILLS PASS THE SENATE Thursday Night Alter a Long Heated Fight, Vote Standing Yeas 30, Nays 33. and Parts of the State A special dlspitch from Frankfort In Willi said the senatorial election only a short time off Mr Stanley's friends here and in olhcr pirts of the state seem about s ready to give up and concede They sav there (s nomination. no use concealing the fact that Iteck-h.iseems to be growing in strength, while Mr, Stanley and (mv. McCreary A protni-t- ii sce.ni to be losing every d.i nt Dcmociat from Western was in Frankfort this week and he said in his counts, which adjoins Mr. Stanley's that all nt once the Beckham hand wagon fillid and tiic Democrats arc still scrambling to get on lie said a few weeks ago Mr Stan-Icseemed to have a fair chiiice to carry the county, but there was an change and now lleckhkam will carry it by a good majority lie said in t liking to leading Democrats from Western Kentucky he found the same thing true of other counties. It seems to be generally conceded tnat lleekhm is going to win That is the w.i) iliutoctats from all parts of the Slate talk in Frankfort, and they a lie can pool iO.'XX) more votes in No vember than any of his oponents This siem to be the opinion 'imong all Democrats who visit the capital I be call down Mr Stanley anil his managers received b) David H. Smith brought forth the remark from a friend of Mi Stanley's that if he ever had a chance to win such tactics as that would defeat him licit on the sen itori.il race arc as liar to find as a needle in a hi) stack Once in a while some Stanley man will 'ffcr to put up f 100 to $500 on the re suit, but money even at Midi odds is hard to get Gov Itcckham returned here Sunday Lastern frcm a week trip through He left again Monday tor Kentucky (arrolltou and other omts abtng the He will be gone aweek Ohio river I he reception be received in Eastern Kentucky is said to have eclipsed am previous jiolitic.il campaign on record Great crouds greeted him at all his and at each station along the route crowds gathered to assure him of their supiort in the race. it was a great ovation from the time be left home until bis return Witii the Meat development of this section of Kentucky came more voters, and happily a great number are Democrats ebo will cast their first vote m this Male in August. It is said a bus majority of them are supporting Mr During his recent visit IiccklLiiu Mere I- i- was told of this fact Many intncis called to see him ami said then first vote mi Kentucky would be for him. It is said the mining vote I almost solid for the ex G vcrnor. not Manic v withstanding the tact Mr claims he lias this vote under his thmr.lt and cm do with it as lie pleases. According to rciorts riceived here there was quite a contrast i the reception given Mr Stanley in Eastern Kenucky and that given Gov Heck-haIt is said Mr Stancly aroused bllle enthusiasm and was greeted with small audiences. '.he Jity papers Wednesday Beck-hamKcn-tuey iver-sig1 fc Fire insurance compinics which suspended insurance, companies which s pended business in Kcmucky will ree sume operations, the amendments to tiic Zorn law will be to remain inoncrativc. other con cessions on each side will be made and a commission of three, two members of which in all probability will be Geo. L. Payne, of Frankfort, and 1'. L. Barrett, of Henderson, will make investigations upon which to report to the next Legislature, according to an agreement reached Wednesday, at the conference between State officials, fire insurance company officers and business men at Louisville. Kentucky operations of the companies which had suspended risk writing probably will begin again not later than June IS. Only ratification of the agreement by the companies at a meeting to be held son is one of the occupants. He called ple really wanted free delivery, and to Wr F. Ncikirk, former republican Fire Monday or Tuesday in New York and to the chauffeur to halt and at the iiave the houses numbered, and the Marshal, to the Hull Moose of his disthe signature of Gov McCreary to thtf amc tunc Hsndricksnn recognized Mr streets named, also that the city was trict to mcc! in Fltzabcthtovvn this week document, both of which acts are con. Wilson As the machine slowed up Hen well pas id and lighted and in this res- to consider nominatous for Congress sidcrcd certain, remain to restore nordricksou jumped out and ran Mr Wilson pect we feci that we will come up to on the Hull Moose ticket. Shiclds,-- ll. mal fire insurance conditions in the started in pursuit, calling to Hcn- the necessary requirements, as practiRepublicans llorali, llrady, Bristnw, Notice of similar meetings in all othGov McCreary returned to state drickson to lull, and umii his refus- cally all of the houses arc already num- er congressional districts in the Stale Burleigh, Catron, Clapp. Clark (Wol Frankfort and was not present when bered and the streets, named, and as are being prepared and will be sent al to do o fired several shots. Dillingham. Dn I'ont, doff, Cummins the agreement was signed by other then ran for protection to a for streits and lights there is no doubt out in the next few diys. Jones, La Follcttc, Llppltt, Pane, PerState officials. A telegram was sent to have llic best paved fence corner and, turning drew Ins but what I'lu object of the Hull Mooc is to kins. .Smith (Midi ) Snioot, Sutherland. him requesting him to go to Louisville vim Wilson fired, the bullet striking town for its size in the state, ami the be first under the wire when Col RooseToncnd, Warren, Weeks, Works . to conclude the agreement, but found Ifciuliiekson in the jaw. Hcndrickson lighting facilities are the best and most velt bccomci the nominee of the Hull Progressive l'uindextcr. tram service tied up .in account of of any town in central Ken-ti- n Moose for the presidential fill ami lie was immediately taken in up Total-- JS nomination. wrecks cast and west of Frankfort. The He was not k. charge bv the officers. They have been informed tli.it be a On two Insic principles, which he oci'.incnt will be sent to hint at FrankWith a magnificent- - court bouse, sure starter in the race whether the is senouslv hurt lie htmclt says tn.it lie ReSenator James defended the I fort. is not hurt ami that the shot is a mere splendid school, under efficient in publicans and the Bull Mooc merge or Administration tolls exempting hill and Officially, no statement was issued a fine water supply and a well Hcndrickson says be has been scratch Demas separate branches uierd il p.nan: concerning the terms of the agreement, with splendid continue opposition. In other of all over the country since he escaped lighted city, together words if M said Senator James "I ocratic President." 'but informatio as to the concessions from here. It is thought that be knows streets, and a free city delivery, we Roosevelt does not receive the nominaam in favor of asing tin t inline hill .on cither side gradually became pub- where 'Happy Jack" is, but be refuses will have a city of which vvc will all tion from a united opposition they have "First Because it keeps intact tilt of the , lie following the deliberations himself A rumor vva cur- be proud, and which will be an induce- been told that he will most certainly tn commit tu' ion's honor conference committees. However, an rent list week to the effect that loth ment for further improvement and tTie start as the candidate of his proprie "Second Because it repeals a miIkiiL announcement was made that the con. 'he Hcndrickson lioys were killed in the general uplift of the community. tary party. - to call it 1) its right name Some troversy had been settled. Let all of our citizens join with the nunc disaster at Kcclcs. To get on the primary ballot for icrs''iis call it a tolls exemption' I call It vvas declared in one quarter that Press Hcndrickson was tirought into Commercial Club in Ixxisting the free Congress or Senate is simplicity itself President Taft hid a it a subside the State authorities had agreed not open court lucsilay ancrnoon ami " mail delivery movement, and let our All that a candidate for this honor conception of it when he sud The fair to interfere with the Kentucky Actuarseven Congressman and the postofficc de- needs to do is to file with the Secre- wood. allivvcd him in the sum ot idea ol congress in passing the lull organizaial L. C. Dunn is stripping a larec Quan tionsBureau, the men of Hell county, each one good for partment know that we appreciate fully tary of State a request that his name ami in) idea in signing it was that we of the companies, and would rethe advantages it offers us. twice the amount went on bis bond. go on the ballot and make oath that tity of blue grass seed in this section main more or less inactive respecting thus were giving ,i ulitdv to our cost he is a member of the Bull Moose par-t- y and the seed arc said to be very fine. wtc ship hetwicn New York and StnI fire insurance until the report of the LAST WEEK OF COURT OVER $6,000,000 DISTRIBUTED and supported us candidates nt the i.. c. iioppcr is uacK irom me cm proposed commission is filed wi'h the I'rins'co.' and Boston and Seattle' atafter a week's absence and is looking next Legislature. This would place the last election. There is no expense think that is a fair statement of what Adjourn Saturday tached awful well. By Life Insurance Orcaniiatlon In the Circuit Court Will it is" before the the After a Bmy Term Papp Good went to Cincinnati on the situation much the same e as The republicans have already made riw speech was spiced l) a hitter United States end Canada law, enactment of arrangements to put out a full ticket. excursion Sunday and says he iad tn fire insurance agents declar, making hetween Semtor crhal controversy Circuit court that has been in session This means that there will be three greatest tunc of his life. which insurance organizations in the lames and Semtor 0'Gorin.in. Life conditions even more favorable for the adjourn and Dr. O. S. Williams and W. G. Cow- companies lhan during that period. ets of candidates for Congress wrought the crowdid galleries to a I'nitel S.ales and Omadi distributed for almost three weeks will f interest The climax $Ms;i).CM during 1"1J, according td Saturday after a h.isy term. A num- l'nited States Semtor ai the November an, were out "joy riding" Sunday all the huh pilci According to the information a election and seems to settle finally that day. Will Drye was the chauffeur. came when Senator 0'Gorm.in virtually figure i complied by the Insurance ber of cases have been tried, but companies agreed at the final conferAlthough pav was hoped by Judge Hardin the docket there will be no coalition of the I re-- , J. T. Sutton, lost his old wagon horse ence to the principle of fire injura" accir-r- d Senator tames of "pirty of New lork will not all be disposed of. to the Democrats tin year Sunday with colic. He will miss the regulation by the State, the State auand Senator Swanson. in the tneiits in Kentucky were not tabulated, The case of R S Scudder, of overtures during the past few old animal greatly compilation of the cities indicate that ehur hid to soothe the leader of the thorities agreed to the suspension of X , railroad IlHIlltllS. against the L A large procession followed the re- the ant igonistic Democratic elements iip'vard of $.MHK).0O0 was distributed in company that was on trial last Tucs-di- y e amendment and both KenThe Fifth district. Jefferson county mains of Win. North. Sr.. Sunday ev to a test of tne constitutionality of the Tames Some Democrats, said Senator the State Louisville led all other was decided in favor of Mr Scud; Bull Moose, will decide on a nominee ening to their last resting place, here of of Ins speech, opposed, the at the outset tucky cities with a total amendments, which will be inauguratler, giving him $100 instead of $105 for Congress in the :ie.xt week of two. on earth. The Pav incuts in the L'nited States and repeal lull hecause it "opposed the reimins were laid tn ed such manner and at such time as amount asked be was suing for. H. I. Fox, standard bearer in 1912, i rest in the Hustonvillc cemetery by the not in interfere, with the work of the ileitli claims, matured en- theI he Canadi for Democratic platform," hut this plank, t cf F B. Lcdford. of Powell mentioned a a possibility. side of his wife. He was a'bout 80 proposed commission. and other benefits under the count v cise dowments lie assrrleil. was not in harmonv with Holtzclaw &. Condor, years of age. companies occupiedagainst of the day Wediiesdav. mIicics of The proposed commission will consist the true principles of the Democratic most loin Chestnut and sister, of Lan of one member named by the business and the certificates of other life msur Lcdford sued Holtzclaw &. Condor ot. ANOTHER TEACHER ELECTED party and "their excuse hung on a very caster, were visitors at Prof. Robin organizations of the State, one by the ance organizations on the assessment some notes that had been given linn tot slender thread" For son's Sunday. basis amounted to State Insurance Rating Board and one ome timber that tcy bought from him Miss Ida Judd, Is Added To The FaReading from the platform, he empremium savings that cxpcricnccu per. and then Holtzclaw X Condor .!"- -, The Conference by the companies phasized the plank denoimciiiK stihsi culty Here ROBBERS AT KING'S MOUNTAIN Committee of the companies offered nutted, for cash values of policies that sued Ledfoid claiming that thev had dies, and said that the plank on canal for George L. Payne, of Frankfort, a local were surrendered and purchased, lucn greatly damaged, by not being at At a recent meeting of the Board of The Postoffice And Store Burglarized agent, the commissionership tolls exemption virtually would grant for the annuities under contracts and to the lowed to have a pass-wa- y to tiic timjkiIicics issued in ber land by which they could haul out T rusti e of the Stanford Graded and subsidies to "the Standard Oil ami companies and the business men's Con- bcneficarics under last nignt High School, Mis Ida Judd. of Illinois ships", hut would impose Seventeen Year Locust Due This Year foreign countries the regular companSteel Trust to terencc Lommittc is understood the lumber. The jury gave judgment was selected as teacher in this instituThe postoffice at King's Mountain mencan ships lionnd to a burden on The 17 year locust, last seen in 1S97, ies of the tinted States and Canada on the notes and Holtzclaw & Condor tion. In the last year or o the, num- was again burglarized Thursday night. have offered a place to Thomas L. Bar Furthermore is due to reappear this year, according paid amount estimated in part that ag- $100. rett, of Henderson. The State authoriorts South America ber of udents has increased so in the The sife vvas blown open and stamps he agreed, the platform had indorsed to a late bulletion sent out by the State gregated $228.250.fJl(). Today will be taken up with the case High School that is was necessary to to the amount of $40 and cash and ties have not indicated their choice. Further provisions of the agreement. the action of the Democratic House of Agricultural Lxpcriiuent The largest claim paid during the of Ld Murphv of King's Mountain have another teacher, so Miss Claudia checks amounting to $45 were obtained. Station at Representative-- , and in that House a Lexington, warning farmers and fruit year was on the policies that had been against C N. O. & T. P. Ky. are reliably declared to be a conces . .. .. I. .t.n.l 1 Laton. the eighth grade teacher will as The postofficc is in the store of Dr. I! 11.1.1 .1, inainrity of the Democrats had voted growers The 17 year locust is harmful neiil ny viucri r. hokum. mi mm The grand jury has only been in sist Profs. Wilson and Norris and in C. M. Thompson and the amount that sion by the companies to toiiow orders The against "this very provision this because in the warm state It lives h Hratcnlial. a suburb of Cleveland. $318,-.IS- session two days this week, but it is the High School and Miss Judd will belonged to Dr. Thompson vvas not issued by the Rating Board providing a cities and towns and on loose leaf to-If the convention had known the sucking sap out of the roots of trees el inns of his estate amounted to understood that they will return a numeighth grade and will probab- learned. The robbers reduction in rates on dwellings, in full facts, he said, and if the plank had and shrubbery and vslun the eggs are The latgest claim paid in Louis- ber of indictments today after an ad- lave the a class in Domestic Science. the overalls out of the or robber used ly have store to mut bacco warehouses. Another concession lieen "presented in the open", he did laid, trees and plants em which thev ville was on the policies of J. King journment of several days, which, has Mi's Judd was a teacher of the Crab the safe and also made a sack out of is that of the State officials to allow t $70,000. 150 delegates would not believe been spent in investigating the viola- Orchard Graded School last term, and the leg of one pair of the overalls, eviThe locust is the Stewart, which totaled arc deposited die. increase on business property lotheir votes for it. Other large claims paid in Kentucky tions of .the laws that exist. longest lived insect known to scientists. and comes dently thinking that they would obtain an gave perfect satisfaction there is no fire protection, question Seventeen years ago the eggs from follow : The "Vmcrican ships" in great booty and would use this sack to cated where be r.educcd, however, when here with high recommcnelation. the rates to Howling Green, John F. Gray $15,000 said Senator James, were owned hy whi.-- h this year's crop of locust will be WHEELDON'S STORE to carry it away in. This office was protection is afforded. "the very interests which the Demo- hatched were laid or. trees and shrub-bay- . Hurgiu. Thomas O Meredith. $16,000 Mr. C. A. Whccldon, wife and chilrobbed last November. So far they $14,000 dren, of Brodhcad were at A. J. Wheel-don- 's The test of constitutionality of the Meanest Thief on Record cratic convention declared should not The eggs, after three weeks Covington, Daniel L. Gooch, have no clue as to who did the robbery. e act, it is understood, wilt Hlehr. F.dward control the nomination of the candidate developed into worms, which dropped has neusts Sunday. meanest thief on record The Hriggs. $10,000 be made on the point of the alleged defor President" Miss Kffic Whccldon and little bro- been found. C. A. Lindsay, ot from the tices and lurrowcd intotbc Danville. Jonathan R. A. H. STIGALL PASSES AWAY $25,000 ther, of Terre Haute, Ind, were the strange ground where they hive lived since Frankfort, lohn W Rodman. fect in the title of the. bill as passed "1 am not wandcriiiK on a awakened by was Kround." cried Senator James, "when IK77 preying on the roots of trees Hanson. William II Wicr. $10,000. guests of I. Wheelduii, Saturday . noise in the backyard. He looked out A Prominent Citizen Dies at Crab Or- the state Legislature. The Conference Committee for the Heard, $15,000. say my party is npposca to sunsiuies and in the moonlight saw two men arlv in" lime the forms arc expected Hardinstmrir. Morris II. Moshy. $10,000. night and Sunday. chard Friday companies, though authorized to carry It helievcs in equal treatment for all to Constable Mr W. D. Warren, had an enjoyable milking his two cows. and will develop into the Hickman. William L. Stigall, aged 58. a A. II. and special favors for none." Lexington. Samuel J. Roberts. S2.S.00.1 singing at his home Sunday. Hv cry body-wa- Sheldcn lives next door and Lindsay and prominent farmer of Ctab Orchard on negotiations lor settlement ot me back ln locust. Throughout the earlv part of Alexander R Milligan, $20,700. James invited. TJiev are having a fine dashed out. calling the Constable as died at bis home there Friday morning situation, will carry its report week, to a next New York, speech he quoted freely from Demod White. SU000. Louisville, Charles Sunday school at Libert church neat he ran. The milkers picked up their at six; o'clock after a long illness of meeting will where early ratification of New Hotel at Mt Sterling be held for H Castncr. $.12,717: Frank Senn, cratic platform of the past to prove d this place. Nieicton kidney trouble. He has been a resident pails and tied. Mt Sterling will soon have a new and the members the consistenc) of the party in its opI. G Jacob IMinger. $20,000, nee-te- r Rev. J. M. Cummings, will preach at pursued, and fired twice in, the air. of Cr;.b Orchard all of his life and will the agreement. How ever., council has of this committee, are officers of com. position to Mitistdies "of every char- modern hotel. The city II Clay Mc-KV: Loving. $20,000. Frederic'.' W. Oak Grove June the 13th and Hth. At frt shot one ot the mine steal be greatly missed, as he took great inPlanted a permit to Judge 50 per cent, 11 I Urn. 15.M'J. H Schroedcr. $15 000 acter' Miss Nellie Gooch and little brother, ers Inltel and tell, pulling tne nunc terest in the betterment of his county panies which handle oyer Kentucky. ' ernon citv. for the build- Robert J Tilford. SUttKi: of Mt s to the cry ''surrendtr to Fugland Anne I) of Crab Orchard, arc visiting their pail on top of him, and the other in the and town. He leaves a wife and four cf the business done in v building on the cor- McCu'lock. $1.1.880. Colin A. Davis. Semtor lames said "My hatred to ing of a Grandpa Wilson. scramble tor get him up. spilled all of children. Two sons, Ed and Thomas upland is not sufficient to make me ner of Hank and Locust streets and $1.1.500; William W, Morris. $13,000. Heat Canses Suicide Iis Ilffie Whccldon and brother ex- his. Sheldon couldn't catch them af- Stigall, and two daughters, Mrs. II II. If this ,!ans and specifications have been pre- Jeimiiif P Hudson. $12,195. D. S surrender to private interests o lumber pect to leave for their home at Ter't' ter that, but he votes them worse than I.ogap and Mrs. John Hunt, all of Crab l. H. Ormc, oo, a prevents us granting sulisidies paid! and Contracts will soon be let A. Richard-sr- Haute. Ind. the 9th. after a two week's "cradle robbers." Heat) '10 058. F.lisha , Orchard. The burial wilt take place at mitt proprietor, shot himself, to death The site chosen for the new building 1 hope we shill have more such treaties Inkcrmaii visit to relatives in Kentucky Their Madisouville. $10,000. the Crab Orchard cemetery Saturday at his home in Paducah, with a reF sister Bertha will accompany ihem for and always lie kept from granting suh is one of the best in the citv, close to Hatley, $10,000. Paducah. Joseph Woman Lives Almost a Century afternoon at two o'clock after short volver. Insanity produce by the abthe government building., elejott tobac-.- r Friedman. $80,500, Solomon Drcifus, a few day's visit to relatives'. sidles to special privileges" days is givMrs. Mary Noel, who was ninety-siservices at the grave by J. C. McClary normal heat of the last few warehouse and business section $(5,750 which, lie Denouncing the interests en as the cause by doctors. Orme was or ninety seven years old, died at building will be 1J0x70 feet, with said, demauiled a suhsidy, Senator The in the Louisville stood sixteenth Mat Cohen Takes Horses To Ohio Mr. V. Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles alone in tiie house, except for his the home of her on the iiusti'es houses and offices James cried' rinks of cities based on ti'C total claims She heard a shot and Mat S. Cohen, the n She was sad"1 cou'd scratch mvself to pieces" is housekeeper. in Columbia. G. Squires, round floor It will be built of stone, New York. Chicaco. Philadelphia. Hos-tocry "They wave their flaps and dle horse mm of Lexington, has shipped born and reared in Adair coun oftn heard from suffers of J'czenma, found htm sitting erect tn a chair, gun Uieir real nrick and steel, and there will be plenwhen Baltimore, three of patriotism, St Louis. Cincinnati. the pick of his stable to ty, her maiden name being Waiuip. Tetter. Itch and similar Skin Erup in hand, dead. Ormc's wife is in FloriThe ty of rooms with private baths thotiKlit is 'plunder, plunder" Pittsburg. Newark. San francisco. da. He was a member of the firm of s' I'uiMms will vost approximately $100.- - l.o Angeles. Buffalo, Cleveland. De- Springfield. Ohio, savs the Lexington Her husband died about fifty years ago. tions. Dont Scratch Stop the Itching Laugstaff, Orme & Co. read largely from Ceil, lie also Leader, where he highly respected old lady and it once with Dr. Hobson's, F.czcnma contest for that exe.iiption" would hm. preceding it in prizes offered in will horse show the She wasgreatlv missed in the neighboropinion troit and Milwaukee Ointment. Its first application starts in will be the pile money into the pockets of the the order named. progress there. The horses he shinned hood. She wis the mother of John and healing; the Red, Rough, Scaly, ItchNEAL'S CREEK shipping trust" More Postmasters Appointed there were eight Hesides Her ing Skin is soothed by the Healing and Marv Yandell Fox. owned bv Mr. Sam Noel, who live in Texas. Misses Minnie and Dessie Young, t this peiinl Semtor James made a were aiqioint Kentucky towns in which more than ire Kentucky postmasters t. Richard T. Lowndes, of Danville; Clara daughter, Bcttic, who vvas the wife of Cooling Medicines. Mrs. C. A. have returned to their home at Lancasdire it personal attack on Senator FaUon. $75,000 each was distributed, being as Hell, a novice ed Wednesday as follows Rock Island. III., after using, Dr ter after spending several days with mare which Mr. W. F. Squires died many years who. he slid, had "viohtcil Matthew Ciudill: Lackey, Oscar C follows' Paducah. 5JH.2-0- : l.exing Hobson's Eczema Ointment, writes he recently bought, and Fthel Mack, ago. Misses Getter and Annie Kirk at Mad.inis. Th inn f'CJ 500! Covincton. $180 5000. Ow. the Democratic platform" hy not Havs, May king. John XV "This is the first time in nine years I son's Gap. on a publicity provision in sev. postoffices at Flanery, Johnson coun eiisboro. $134250. Howling Green. $10o.-00- the lughclass road marc and a winfree from the dreadful ail have been Capt. James A. Doty Dead ner for several seasons. Marv Yandel ;miss caiucnuc iicioeii was uui iu eral hills which had been handled by ty, and riano. warren couniy. win Henderson yw.250: Mt. Sterling. Fox vva. witli the exception of Hazel e Miss Catherine Terry. Capt. lames Alexander Doty, of Lan- ment. Guaranteed. 50c, at your DrugTo this the Judiciary Committee June U) After tli.it date ?2,750. Glasgow. $91,750. gist. Dawn, the biggest winning saddle mare caster, (fropped peacefully to rest at his Mrs. Jcne Hutchinson and Effic Far Senator O'dorman replied in a spirit- mail for Flanery will be handled at o'of the pnst season, while Fthel Mack home on Danville avenue at 7.30 mer were at aauiley luesuay. ed denial, and record of committee ac- Wheelcrsburg. and mail for Piano wil Mrs. Sam Robinson Entertains, Explosion Near Eurnslde Day at Surwas the first to ever beat Kenneth Mack clock on last Saturday evening. lhcie will be a Children A enjoytion were read and discussed by liotli be routed out of Howling Green beautiful One o fthe 'I he nitroglycerin factory at Frazier. Clara Bell Ins rounded by bis sorrowing family, his able affair of most season vvasand Rook Saufley. June 14. "The Senator from New York has his postnffice will be established at Way-lan- five miles west of Burnsidc. blew up m a roadster class the the Mr. Carl Hunn, of Stanford, vvas out never been shown and was just pur- passing was as quiet and peaceful a party given Thursday afternoon by cards haill) mixed" said Senator Jatnes Floyd county, in a few? diys Civn The building caught on fire chased last winter bv; Mr, Cohen. She if be were going to his evening reFcl Farmer Thursday. Tli.. Kni.itiir from New York is not service examinations for jiostniister Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Robinson in honor of her to see Haggle, in an unknown manner Mrs Misses Chloe and hlfie fanner and daughter of Highland Gay and into the sleep that visitor, Miss Annie Robinson, of Hum-sidfamiliar with cards he leaves that to at Wallsctid. llcndrick and King knock, is a be shown in the ladies' classes bv mise, rather than who lived a half mile away, was at Saufley Wednesday. who has just finished her career Dink, Jr. were Rauies was over to see the .Senator from Kentucky," retorted Mountain will be held at those towns nt unconscious by the explosion. The will lulius Walsh, for whom she is knows no waking Mrs. W. R. Mrs Ci.iiiinr rvrionmn. at sch'xil. The house was beautifully her daughter, Mrs. Edward Bailey this July 11. yards were clean- named. trees for hundreds of Teacher's Institute "Did not the Senatir from Kentucky decorated with her class flower the The building ly stripped of leaves. White teachers' Institute will be held daisy and the color scheme yellow and week. help draw this plank?" asked Senalor Dies la His Chair completely demolished and the was W. R. Daughters was over to see News of the Churches reverting tn the tolls ex in Stanford, beginning July 1.1th. Miss white being carried out through the O'Gorman. Joseph Him. aged 71, a leading citi- boiler and engine was found 200 yarde Instructor G. afternoon. Mrs. John Owsley Kcid Mrs. Edward Bailey. church Cora Wilson Stewart, Seivlce at the Presbyterian emption plank in the platform. zen, of Campbcllsville. was found dead from the place. The biiltdmg contain-e- d Sunday, Mr, lid Hubbard and Mack Farmer, 47-- 1 presided gracefully June 14, Sunday school at 9M Singleton, Supt. over the punch "No. I was relying on ou I thought He was 900 quarts of glycerin. The explosStiiiford, were out to see Dink Farin a rocking chair Monday. Ifiwl after many games had been par- ol Friday. sou knew what you were etoing. re- at nearby ion was plainly heard and feu in this morning worship 11 o'clock. Rev. J H home his daughter's The first ocean liner passed success, ticipated in, the guests were invited to mer plied Senator James. short-I- v up. Trostlc will preach. Union service at and oung and children were Mr. Curtis said that for a while, in usual health,his wife he city, several buildings being snaken fully through the locks at Gatun in a the dining room where delightful cakes the Baptist church at 8 P. M Here SeUjUwJP'Cnrnian Monday. before lu death told Rev. Jo Ballou will preach at Mt test tn determine the efficiency of the and ices were served, after which the in Stanford Farmer was up to see Miss Senator JifncCwas "the leader of those would go home He was found an hour C Mr Eight People Shot at Neon Mnri.ib. on next Sunday, June M. at towing machinery. guests departed very reluctantly Those Clcttcr J Kirk Sunday who advocated party pertidv,' and the later by a neighbor. He leaves a wife While under influence of Iniuor at II A. M. and will also preach for the who had the pleasure of being there argument waxed so uitter that Senator and four .laughters Charley Haugh and daughter, county. William Day, 30 Mrs. Nem. Letcher chair, intervened Misses Lottie Car- were over to Saufley Friday. Swanson. in the of church the balance of the year on ev- Don't Lose Sleep Coughing at Night were as follows: said liar old,county, to be formerly in ery second Sunday. later, however. SenTake Foley's Honey and Tar Com- -' son, Lyle Cooper, Mary E. .McKinney. AKiut one min-itshot eight persons, Misses Oca, Chloe and liffie farBreathitt Comforting To Stout People The meeting at the Baptist church pouilll. II gliucs uown ycur iiieoai aim I.cttie V. McKinney. Jean Paxton and mer, were at Saufley Friday night. M Wright ator Hurtine interrupted the debate and Foley Cathartic Tablets arc a spec- eluding Magistrate James healing, soothing coating Annie Robinson and Messrs. Wallace is creating good interest and is well at spreae!s Senator James figuratively cracked him Mr George Farmer, of Stanford, was regulator that keeps M Davis, a hotel keeper. letor Stamp-he- r. tended. It will likely continue during over the a inflamed tickling surface, Singleton. Frances Weathcrford, Will on the cranium. The next victint of ially good littleperfect working order. and Sunday to sec Ed Roy and Jennes Taylor. Howard in system All invited to attend Ser- that's immediate relief It loosens im Mobley, Lester O'Hannon and Ja'mes out Saturday Senator James' sarcasm was was Sen- yourbiliousness, no constipation, no a small boy, net week Wright. Marion Hall and banner. 8 P. M each the tightness in your chest, stops stiif. Cooper. ator Vardeman. who had had prophcsi-ee- l No Dav used a shotgun vices at 10 A. M., and Mrs. Charley Ihugh and Mrs. Henafter eating, no greasy gassy Burnett Collins. (v wbeezv breathing, eases distress that the passage and signing of this on by a day. ry Kitts were in Stanford Saturday. Citrolax part) taste A stout person who uses them Day himself was killed later ing, racking, tearing coughs. Children bill "would kill the Democratic Kie. Citrolax win reauy constantly ti Bead This love it. Refuse any substitutes. Lon-n- o Always Lead to Better Health CITROLAX '"Evcryliody takes a liik at 'poor old out and more comfortable as a result opiates. For sale bv all druggists The Texas Wonder Kidney cure in disorders Get Rid of the Torment of Rheumatism an .iruggisis then Firstget the name down pat very Serious sicknesses start kidneys. The yci of their use For sale uyM. Golden, of irregularities Madder irritations, kidney, troubles, Bryan,'" continued Senator panics, Heinemlier how spry and active you cures diabetes, and all stomach, liver and At Hremeii. Ga . W. from Ins enemies he kidney and bladder in both dull headaches, weariness, pain in back-ani-l Im ii if eour drueuist. lust the head-ab- of thecorrective ami preventive is Dr. rheumatism, of the with each crack Fquitable Life Insurance Society, were before you bad bet sides, all show the kidneys need lest thing for constipation, sick becomes stronger and stronger. walking the he found Foley Kidney Pills to be backache, swollen, aching joints and men and women. If not sold by your says our stomach, lazv liver, sluggish King's Mew Lite rills, iney runty the will be sent by mail on re- to be toned up, strengthened, their regpictured Vardaman feel druggist He then Constipation, keep bowels. The plrasautest. Blood Prevent remeily for kidney and blad-dc- r stiff, painful muscles? Want to take ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two ular action restored. constipated Foley Kidney down the path of fame with Gallinger the best again? You healthy troubles, also for rheumatism He that I oth'ills will do it surely and quickly. r"rcst, nicest laxative you ever used. Liver, Kidneys and Bowels in Kidney Pills. For they quickly-clea- r mouths' treatment and seldom fail on the one hand and Smoot on the having kidney Foley Acts conditions. Give you better health by person good like lemonade. says. "Any Send for Kentuckv Thev give good health, freedom from Tastes er, and in front of him Holes Penrose. the blood of the poisons that to perfect a cure. rheumatism of fermetttuut Mid pain or nausea. Gives ridding the backache, or trouble, Dr l) W Hall 2920 pi m" a return of appetite and sound promptly, without satisfactory flushing gassy foods svstem testimonials. And almost in the same breath he should be very lad to find such a cause your pain, misery and tormentEffective and mild 2fc, at most iry tiiem. for saie uy an urns- - you the had. Olive street, St. Louis, Sold bv drug cried "equal rights to all and Mecial wonderful remedy. For sale by all drug- ing rheumatism. For sale by all .V For sale by all druggists. your druggist. you ever (Adv gists. gists. privileges to none." and dropped into gists. -one hour. vi ihair. He had spoken Washington, June 12. The repeal of the Panama Canal tolls exemption for the American coast wise shipping pass-c- il the Senate on Thuritlay niKht ly a otc of 0 to iS. Die Mite in favor of the hill follows llankhc id, Myaii, Uul-loDemocrats Clark, lArk ) Culberson, Fletcher (ore, Hitchcock, Hughes, James, John, son, Kern, Lea, Lee, Lewis, Martin. littinan, Myers, Overman, Owens, Shcp-parPomcrinc, Saulsbury, Shafroth, Shivley, Simmon, Smith, (Arizi iMiiith (Oa ) Smith (Mil) Smith (S C ) Stone, Sanson, Thompson. Thornton. West. White. W'illiams-- .l7 Republicans Hratidcgcc, Uurloii, Coll Crawford, (ironn.i, Kcuyoit, McCnmhcr, McLean, Nelson, Norris, Root, Stir Itru, herm.in I J. Total -- 50. I he olc against the bill: Lli.iinhcrl.iin, Dcmocrtits Ahurt, Lane, Marline, New lands, O'dorman. T bonus. Hansdcll, Reed, Vardaman, Glenn-Green.r Me-Lla- ry n, Vir-giqrcvi-lutio- ns con-sent it Ilin-drnks- HERE No Fusion in State With Stand-PIn Virginia Last Week After a Chase Republicans This Year Of Five Months This Week Heartily Indorses Movement For Free Mail Delivery In A full Hull Moose congressional and Pinevillc, Ky, June II. Press senatorial .ickct this fall is a cerThis City who, with his brother "Haptainty now that the Kentucky followcharged is py John" Hcndrickson, ing ef Theodore Roosevelt have been with having shot and killed Tom MilIn response to a call made by Mayor confidentially informed that their ler nt Four Mile on December ii and . II Florence, a number of our leading having wou'idcd Deputy Sheriff J. W. citizens met at the court house on Tues- leader will be a candidate for President in VAC Confident that with Col. I lay ins in a pitched battle with offi day culling for the purpose of organiz- Roosevelt cers tcnl t' arrest them aas captured ing a Commercial Club to look after the ticket the at the head of the Bull Moose ticket be a sure winner material welfare of our city, fler t"ie the Hull Mone willKentucky ncir St Charles, Va., this week, of will lo-Riifu Wilon. He was brought mcctinR wa called to older J. C no tunc m to Pinevillc Monday morning ami ltlg- was elected Chairman, and M. H. ganization getting in line awith an ortint will be in position to cd in jail. Sheriff Wilson 'several Salin Secretary and Treasurer distribute Federal "pie" in the event ii weeks ago made a trip to West The proNisal to establish a free city that they arc securely lodged in the mail delivery was discussed and a num- power 'it search of the Hcudricksons having received word that they were ber of timely speeches were tnidc in Already one uithonzcd announcethere, and tmon this trm notified vari- - favor of the project. Kvcryonc was of ment of a candidate for Gingrcss from mis Sheriffs along the way to be on the opinion that it would be of very the ITcvcnth district on the Bull Moose the lookout for them. Some days ago material advantage to our city, and a ticket can be m ule with the use of the be had a com numcation from the Shir committee was appointed to draft name of Join Henry Wilson, cf asking for its establishment iff at St Charles. Va , summoning him Mr Wilson represented this It was pointed out that before district in Congress from 188V to 1892 there at once While he was walking here. low n a country road near St Charles the I'ostnfficc department would and is one ot the leading Hull Moose to give tiie matter a test it was in tin's strong republican district. an automobile came putting along ami Mr Wilson recognized Press Hcndrick- necessary to show first that the peoA call was issued by last week at CLUB QRGAINZE0 PROGRESSIVE TICKET ANOTHER HEAVY RAIN Fell in The West End Saturday Evening Doing More Damage Hustonvillc, June 12 A very heavy rain fell here again Saturday evening covering a narrow scope of country, which felliu torrents for a short period, something like a cloudburst, doing great damage to all crops and washed the land to a considerable extent. Northw.cst of town, washwhei.ee the storm came in ed sunt- - fields almost beyond doing am tiling with, any more. Great dam age to tobacco done in several places. It dul not reach as far outh as T. farm The creek came uown m a rush ami spread to the loiv lands m rapid shape. Some little hail fell, but not of a darmging nature. The finest lot of lambs that was ever raised in tins section is now being delivered to the local dealers this week at good prices. niwoocl Weathcrford is among us at present and is looking awful well. Monday was one of the warmest days we have witnesses this summer. S. A. Walker furnished the burial out-ffor the Wm. North burial Sunday. Our ice dealers arc selling lots of ice this hot w either. Quite a lot of tobacco plants was et M Mtday but it was too dry in the af-- t moon. W. G. Cowan ,lot a fine steer last week from eating too many bluegrass eed. D. W. Dunn is filling large orders of sweet potato plants every day and lias lots ot very tine plants still on land. Send in your orders and have them filled at once. Mr. James Woods and wife, of Stan-- , .... c . :..: st- i r....i ..' " i... ' McLormack. Quite a number went to Cincinnati Sunday on the excursion from this section. is looking fine since the rains and every tiling is having good looking gardens in this neck of the GLENN INSURANCE LAW WILL NOT BE ENFORCED -' State Officials Reach Agreement With Insurance Men and Business Will be Resumed r-3 'i uj -- i t'w .- rate-maki- Glenn-Green- per-ildv- -- ile-pi- te Glenn-Green- JtVir' -- suli-sid- have-cas- Glenn-Green- 1 1 n s $22.-53- 5, well-fille- five-stoi- 1 weii-io-d- n. x; J well-know- n, Goc-thal- Fin-feld- thrcc-gaitc- d 0. d. e, A M l fj 'i dis-tre- Tk A' e. canjnt ifMif ;M Lrf Le . ''i V. tr '. U4 TIB IlfTBRIOR JOURNAL STAK FOUP, EtHTWCKV FRIDAY, JBWg , 1914. Tbc o iKNIftHTS r',y -. MWTMU M. S$ 8HRLTUN 1 BAUFLET BTrtlCTI.Y Proprietor IN ADVANCR l Stops faing Hair Haifa Hair ttmtmtt ecrteieJy step falllnc hair. No doubt about it what- vcr. Yoa will mrely bo MtlrVd. CRAB ORCHARD Mr J Tims. Cherry ha purchased the More room occupied by Chapppell & Pettu, of the Buchanan heir, and will nnidcrnitc it at once and prepare for a large department More Crab Or chard i on the upward move, and de ervcs electric light and Mrcct car, and nil the good thing that go to wird making a city. Herbert and Joe Mcgec who hntebeeit painting and p.iperliangmg at Livingston returned home Tucsdav l'rof. Martin, of Richmond, will dc livei a free lecture at one of tin churches here on the evening of the loth, upon lliidi .elim Work. will be both interesting and m Mructivc. Mr, Martin Is well known here as both an able and cloueni speaker, so all com; and give him a full house. Mis Ida Judtl who rendered mh excellent work in i.nr graded school lilts last term left for her home in Illinois, ediieday. She goes to In dianapoli tor a short visit, then ti Blooiniugtnu, ill., where she will take an educational course. She made mtnv warm friends while here who find some consolation in knowing she wib teach in Stanford next term, and will still be able to mingle with her friend here Mrs. M. E. Fish and Montcz went to Louisville Wednesday to be gone a collide of weeks Thcv arc to be irueM.s of Mrs. Joe Keinhart. Mrs. Daisy Hunt treated her Sund.iv School clas to an outing at Brown's Spring Wednesday. The little ones tiKk dinner along, and were pcrfcctlv free to olav a much as thcv liked m the cool shade Mus Kay Hunt, a teacher of Kindegartcn at Bcrea accompanied them and the little ones pronounced it tue licst day ever spent. A merry crowd o( voimcstcrs chanei oncd by Mrs. Kobcrt Collier went tin to Livingston a few da)s ago for . i.uiiluiiK on mc river near L,ivmgstou They report a sphndid time, but dii' not catch any fish. Mis Dclphia Nevvland. of Stanford is with Mrs. Albert New land near here Mrs. Povntcr, of Mt. Vernon was tlu guest of her daughter. Mrs. Robert Thompson a few da)s this week. Dr. and Mrs. Phillips, of Lexington are with Mr. and Mr. Charles Redd Mrs. Thomas Collier, of Louisville is with Mrs. Harvc Collier for a shor visit. Dr. Stallings and wife, of Louisville Mrs. J, (J. Carpenter and Miss Jose phine, of Stanford, were the guest on aturday of Mrs. M. E. Fish and Mrs Will Pettus. Mr. J. D. Steenbcrgen was up from Kuhanks to spend a few davs with A TF.AU TIRED FEET Had it ever occurred to you that the average man is in his shoes 16 hours out of every 24? Then is it a wonder your feet get tired. tender and ache. Be sure your 1 shops nrn Inni nnmtL'h and wide enough, and made by people of reputation, who make shoes not only for service and style, but to rest tired feet. ( OFTHE MACCABEES wrtnii Entrrri '! at Ihr pnttofftft miil mf!r. Stnfr4 M SHELBY CITY We insure our property, why not protect our . family? f i and term plan insurance. THE MACCABEES provide the most liber-era- l Health and Accident protection. THE MACCABEES provide for their disabled members and bury the dead. THE MACCABEES has over twelve million dollars surplus invested in government and municipal bonds. THE MACCABEES furnish the best protection at the lowest cost. THE MACCABEES furnish both whole life THE MACCABEES are the most prompt in settlement. All claims are paid in full. THE MACCABEES have paid more money to beneficiaries in Lincoln County since their organization here than has been paid by all other life insurance companies combined. - LET ME TELL YOU about the benefits of a certificate in the KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES and the low cost of membership. A. C. SINE, D. S. C. The hot weather following the ram of the p.ut week is daniaKinK crops ami garden ct much. Mr, deorgc Ltinfonl ami children were iitiiiR Mrs. 1;. Ilurkc. Mr. and Mr, A. Hiiell were isit-irat Morcland Sunday. Mi Carrie Sprinkle, of Stanford iited relative here Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. John Ihrlow, of More, land, iitcd Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bender. Mie$ Minnie Crahtree. Ola Ham. iner and Ora lames were the guests ol Mi Klizahcth Itrnckitl Mr. Wood, of Ilarrodshurg, has returned home after a isit to his daughter, Mr A lame. Ilratchcr, of the Junction Cit Kc IlaptMt church will preach at Moore's school houc Saturday nipht June 1.1 I'erliodv i cordially invited to come Mr Lewis Nave and children liax'o returned here after visiting rclatnc near Lancatcr. Mr. and Mrj. Grocr Hctcr anin tic daiiHhtcr, Kathcrmc were here. Mr. ChcMcr Staton visited her si Mr, fence Mccr. tcr. Mr. V. M. Warren and children, of Hurgiti were visiting her parent, Mr and Mr. Buchanan at Bow en. Mr Green Warlcy and Mr. Sutherland, of Harrodshurg motored through lure Sunday. Mr Laura McCormack visited Mr anil Mrs. Pence Mcscr. cUing tobacco Farmer are bity ince the rain. Revival services will begin at City Ilaptit church on Sunday. Rev. Cook, of Datnillc. will assist in the meeting. All are invited to attend and much good is hoped and prayed for. visit-rrlat- mm Mcr. Th-lect- NETTLETON AND R WALK-OVE- R Known and .sold the nation over. Keep these ideas in view : SERVICE, COMFORT AND LOOKS. A WALK-OVEin high or low shoes, any leather, any color, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. A NETTLETON, any last, any leather, many styles, one price, one quality-$6.- 00, and ALL fc- - OVER GO GOOD ONES. jjL Sy- - H. T. McROBERTS Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY it a safe, prompt, ef- ' -- Honor Roll Bank" Surplus $100,100 Capital $100,000 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Transit No. 73-23- 5. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK SZffiSr : Telephone Saved Child's Life One of the children fell into a water tank on an Alabama farm and was rescued unconscious and apparently lifeless. The frantic mother rushed to the telephone and called the doctor six miles away. He told her what to do and started at once, but before he arrived the child was out of danger. The protection of women and children is only one of the chief values of the telephone on the farm. You can have this service at small cost. See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or send a postal for our free booklet. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT I Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 339 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Stanford has no Regional Bank, but it has one that is just as strong. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK agement and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. J. S. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. s. is conservative, tafe, 56 years old, has sound man SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 7th $1IISBH $1 .so Round Trip Round Trip feet feel all tired out just try or yflyjSSA "Tiz." It's grand Your feet will dance with jov; no more nain in corns, ca I ou ses like ami bunions, There's nothing It's the only reined) that "TIZ". all the poisonous exudations draws Hen A. O. Stanley will speak in Insure vour orouertv wih Bromlev which out puff up your feet and cause Danville at the couit hruse on Monday foot torture. lune 15, next county court day In the & Bromlev. Stanford. Kv. ..Jet a box of "TIZ" at any interest of hit candidacy for the U. S ALTO LINE between Danville and drug or department store don't wait Senate. Speaking beginning at 1:30 P Ah- - how glad )ou feet get; how comM Manford, ear leaves hotel at 1130 fortable your shoes feel You can wear 47-I., Hardesty. J shoes a site smaller if you desire. an-..5- WAYNESBURG Mrs. Uurward Singleton and Mis Bessie Brackctt returned to her home in Danville Saturday after siicndinsr with relatitcs at this place a fen- - da Miss elma Morgan Is visiting lur cousin. Miscs Pearl and Ada McKin- rir in Danville this wctk. Mis Julia Cliff, of Harriman, Tenn., i the guest of lur sister, Mrs. T. j Burleson. Mrs. Susan Harne, of Buck Creek, spent Saturday and Sunday with her jister, Mrs. D. W. Caldwell. Mr. A 1. Johnson went to McKin-nc- y Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. Krcd Gooch, who is very ill. Mr. C. C (ioocIi and Mi Kffic Jenkins, arc visiting her sister, Mrs M Havs in Louisville. Mr. Edgar Whceldou, of Albia. visited In brother, Roscoe Wheeldon Saturday and Sundiy. Mr and Mrs. Berry Burleson and l'ttle daughter, visited their uncle, Geo Morton at King's Mountain, Saturday Mr. Henry Campbell, of Cincinnati and Stinda; Mrsr. F. O. Gooch. H. II SingletWn is home for a short ta with his fam( M. Reynolds and Van Singlctcn were ily. in Stanford Monday. Mesdime Joseph Coffey, of Stanford The Maccabees ami Odd Fellow wil' and William Pillion of London, K) . have a picnic at this place July 4 per.t Sunday with Mrs. M. E. Fih large crowd is expected. aim Mrs. Maud Campbell'. Mr. Boyle ass Singleton has been jick several da)s. OF LOCAL INTEREST Mr. Sttgall remains vcr) Reuben Brouaugh is better. Some People We Know, and We Will Mrs. Libert has been sick but is out Profit by Hearing About Them again. Mrs. continues to get strongThere is a purely local event. er. It took place in Stanford. Mr. William Sigler, of Florida, made Xot in some far away place! a sloit visit to his uncle, F. F. Bob Yen are asked to investigate it. bitt Asked to believe a citizen's word Mr. and Mrs. John Magee, of Dan To confirm a citizen's statement. Any article that is endorsed at home viUe, motored to this citv lat week ti visit their mother, Mrs Kate Magee. Is More worthy of confidence. Mr. Andrew Dilliou and wife, oi Than one you know nothing about, Libert) visited his father's fainil) here Hnuorsed by unknown people. "I had pains through my luck and tin last unda). Mr. and Mrs Sidne) Duke visited kidney action was irregular." says 11 D. Aldridge. blacksmith, of K. '.Main relatives in Somerset this week. Mts Irvine and l Manuel wen. CtinfsM-i- l I j?nt Kl a Utlll'Mll 9.ji SSS.S uiil elm t .i.i.I t n night. When 1 heard ilout Doan's to the country Wednesday to visit thei ... l .. ...i .1. L'..l n... SIMJII yraml parents. li.lt IMUHUV I 1IIS, I UC(I llll'lll. 1 lit strengthened my kidncs ami stopped HIGHLAND tht pain." Mr Aldndge is only one of m..nj We arc having some very warm Stanford people who have grateful!) weather this week. Mrs. Jennie Baugh has been (jintc endorsed Dean's Kidney Pills. Ii join back aches if jour kidneys bother ou ick for several davs. don't 'imply ask for a kidney rcmcil- yAt the school meeting at Wavnes for Doan s rulnc l.urg Saturd.t) the following named ts distinctively Pills, the same that Mr. Aldndge luti teachers were elected to the following . 1....1 i... i.. uv nit .ii.'iviiy uuih'-i-i i... Mjint iisiuiiwiit named school. Miss Zora Baugh, tit Foster-MilbuCo 50c, all stores., Highland school, Mr. Elmer Wright . ..iirf. . . t vviieu i.uiMio, inps., ii rr l. the name. )oui .he dreas) Ridge school. W. T. Mul-mback is lame, remember tht Mt. Monah school and hit gene Wall the Sweet Gum school. Mr. Conway, of Millersburg. was at TURNERSVILLE The storm that passed through this .Ins place Sunday to visit his daiigh Mrs. O G Speakes. section last week did a great deal o Mrs. Jas. Rambo, who has been condamage. Mr. iiryan Bradshavv tias returned fined to her home by a broken limb. home from Lexington where he attend for a )car or more-- , at Mnywood, was cd school the past term. Mr. Jack Gooch has returned home from Beech Grove, Ind. Every liody i glad to ee him back fur he is a fine old boy. Mi's Kathleen Harris is visiting Ml- -' Clara Cash for ,i few days. Mrs. George Lay has her little niece KUYKENDALL'S GREASELESS with her for a few data. LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY Mrs. Koy Spears' niece is visiting a' Certainly docs cure any and all itch ibis place. The Sunday school picnic given at inf Skin Troubles such as Eczema, Tet er. Ring Worm, Poison Oak. Itch llus place last Saturday, tlie bth wa Fever Blisters, Frost Bites, Chicken tnioved by all. Pox. Prickley Heat, Nettle Rash am! Uncle Ben Good remains very ill. Can-erMr Cecil Manning is very sick a Old Stubborn Sores thought to be Gives instant relief and cure? .his writing. ihvsfoians Mr. J. T. Martin has been sick for ON SALE fail. TRY ONE BOTTLF AT he past week. New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford am Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Manmng rainier, McKinney, Kv. little Nancy Lee, and Mr Lee ManChas. Athms Hustonville, Ky. ning was the guest of Mi. and Mrs. J Thompson Drug Co., King's Mt'n. V Peek on the "th. Caldwell Drug Co., Wa)iiesburg. several from this place are attending ATMAN MANUFACTURING the protracted meeting at McKinnev CO Christian church. GRENADA, MISS. A three months' contest between the classes No. 4 and 5 has come to s. ,'o-- e No. Cla won. No. 5 ean'l HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT hardly decide wlnt they can do. Vor will hear later. We are having a splendid Sunday school at thi place Kvery-bod- ) People's Market Place Adveris invited to come and bring ionic The tise What You Have to Sell one with them. low-MrSte-ge- r Ce-ci' I, m ALLEN'S The Man who swi Ihc Jn tl.lc to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wil lams at this place this week. Mrs Maud Conn, of near Lancaster, .isitcd her aarents, Mr and Mrs. D O Italian! Saturday and Sutiday Mr Will Long and Master Charlie if Stanford were the guests i.f Mr Long's sister, Mrs Speake Sunda Mr Craig Uaiigh is ire paring to muld again Mr. Waddle and wife of near Ptilas. ki were the guests of their relative Mr. M i. Young Sunday on the'r way to irgmia. J. 11. Acton and children, were hen Muiilav to take in his brother, singing. Joe kiilmnre and family visited Fred Skttluiorc Sunday. FOOT-EAS- E liVrnlnto riicAnliwiitlcnnwilrr tlirshiws Tfce Standard Hem- coy lor lac reel Inr a munrr ccnttirv. liMMMcatimnnial. s,oll rvnyntrr r. lammc r.r,i-- . Irif-Mri- i AiMrw. Allen t. titm.lj.1. l.c oyVr-- fective remedy. It gives an immediate and grateful cnie of relief, checks irritation and discharge, renders breathing free and restores general comfort. The Rexall Guarantee is given with every purchase of Rexall Catarrh Spray. This means, if it fails to satisfy, every cent paid for it will be returned to you. Complete treatment $1.00. j Penny's Drug Store "The Rexall Store" .jVsb aKVBa.-l'ln-? d' DUNCAN We have- - been having some nice iii and around our community and certainly have done some good spent lhompson Miss ktlicl Sund.iv evening with her friend, rains thcv s OXFORDS 'llinnett. last Mis Mr. 'Iheodorc Austin, of New Salem, was in our town Saturd.i) after Mr I. P. CI.i)p)l entertained sonu with toting folks Sunday alternoon I.niu .inisic aud lemonade. Misses Fl)tm. M)rtlc W1U011 anil Anna Smith v irgil riiompson, Walter and Aithur Suns were among those preent Miss Fraukie Smith is visiting rcla lives near Mt. Salem Mis Delia Falconberry is at honv irom Middteburg. Mr. Willie Smilh and wife of Ki'ig' Mountain, have been visiting his lat1-- . er at this place ami also Ills sister Mrs. Ilo'tie, of drove and Mrs Tins ley of Mt. Salem What has become of the New Salem Cheer up and get Misj ' Let us hear from )ou. Mr. John McKinnev and Mr Georm. isnutli, of Mt. Salem, were the ue.ts if Mr J C Smith Sunday Hogue atlended tin Mr. Mi ford children's Da at Mt. Olive Sundav Quite a number of boys troni here at ended meeting at Pleasant Point Rule. satnrd.i night. alls and fainil) wtr Mr Willie he guests of Mr Fred Sims Sundav Homer and Walter Sims. Ward LuRtne Meade and Virgil Tnonii' stiii. of this place attended meeting at rabia Sunday night Miss Julia Roland was visiting her '.istci Saturday and Sunday. Mr, Cash Patterson and Miss Kmma Delk, passed through here Sunday 01. their vvav to Mt. Olive. Mise Pearl and Myrtle Tinslc) ar' visitim: their ctustus, Frankie and n na Smith of this place. Mr. James lleiinett was in Somerset last week. Mus May Leach is with Mrs Rertha sinis this week. Mr. W. A Smith and wife spent Tuesday with Mrs Jack Sims. I Ho-vin- iiexm. VjBMaaynjSWLaW Again " in ZzmSK its al- ways NEW CUTS WEshadesShoehethat neverCROSSETT LOW that the loses shape, fit have just received a new line of sizes, lasts and well and nice enough. Prices lower than other mkes. Come in here and give your feet a fair trial and yoa will be a "CROSSETT" customer. .. m Robinson's Go To GREAT DISCOVERY T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House aching, put those weary, burning, bunion torturour ed feet of your in a "TV." bath :oes will wriggle with joy: thcv 'II look up at you ami almost talk and then they'll take slioe-criiikecorn-pester- "Tii" Eases Tired, Sore Swollen Feet Just take your shoes off and then For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. We Have a New Sickle Grinder Stop and Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a Beinis. It is line for replanting. see it work. another due m that "TIZ" bath. When )our that will interest you fanners. 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. W. H. Higgins HOW TO GET STRENGTH SPECIAL TRAIN UM JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. after any sickness is purely a matter of nourishment, whether the attack aus an ordinary cold or severe llluos; the WRITE me, telephone me, come aim weakened forces cannot repulse disease ee me about )Our house, germs, and this Is why a relapse is so mil automobile painting. Papercarriages bangine, often fatal or w by chrome weakness often t specialty. Shop on West Main street follows sickness. No, J. J Restoring strength to millions of people Telephone fn resilience, Ky. for forty ) ears lias proven the real need Belden. Stanford, for taking Scott's Kuiulsion after any FOR SALF. Victiola at a bargain. sickness; nothing equals it nothing s condition, comjures with it. Its pure, medicinal 3ni finish and in nourishment, free from aloouol or opiates, making tplcndid music, owner wishes promptly creates rich blood, strengthens to purchase a larger one. Apply this the nerves and lungs to avert tuberculosis. office. 6-29-t- f. first-clas3U-- tf Weddinn presents elrv store. ai Mueller's lew. TO THE PUBLIC largest and best clothing house in this country-lid V. Price & Co.. Chicago, III., My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, uives me (he advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor, if you give mc vour order 1 will promise you a square deal. You will git the worth of your money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are r.ow ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY. Tbe Practical Tailor. I rcptcsent the made-lo-ordtr Voiles, Crepes, Linens, Nets and Laces, the greatest line you have ever seen AT L. L. SANDERS, $ s Crab Orchard. h THE 1WTKK10K TOUKIfAL HEARD ABOUT TOWN &TAW FOUD, KENTUCKY FRIMY, JUNK M, 1914. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Akmmtmtmiy Pttrm MU99wMmWmjr IwMm ff aMfaVaVwfaVaV (low James It McCrearv will addrcs the voters of Lincoln county here on July court day. Win. (irimes, Henry Anderson. I'crry White ami Levi Hell motored to Frank fort Siiudya. John W. KukIciiuii, a prominent aini n horseman, of l.cxiiiKtott, is here visiting his hrother, C I'n ejlem.m and other rclatics fiern County Cl rk 0. It Cooper h confineif to Im room several day tin week Mr James Count r, hi on, is holding down the office cry ntccl). Plato Cnllip, a prominent farmer of the Wa)iicsburs section, was here on hriday morning for a short time and paid this office a pleasant call l! was accompanied hy J. Wheildon, of I u!.an!. Mis. Matlie Wilhirs. Mrs. ICittii Hopper, Miss Margaret Hopper and Mr ami Mrs. Will IHki;iiis :,nd Miss Mtralieth IIiukius attem cil the Com inenccitieiit Kxencscs of C, U. Danville YOU CANT EAT APPETITE POOR of people lone their g Klmply don't caro for to rnt. The illnncr bell has no Interest to them. They lonthe their tirenkfam. They mny nlhhlo n llttlo of thin anil n little of that, but they do not aim for It. Lunch linn lost nil of Itn chnrrni, nltliouRh they try to rat nomcthlnt;. Dinner about the it.imc. poittlvely There la Fomethln wronrr, of courae, hut no (lliw.-v.ithat can bo named. Just out of nort. That In nil. It In In thin kind nf a condition that t'eruna acts very beneficially After unlnn Pcrunn, Intcrent In food In revived, neclnnln; svith a tea Rpoonful of I'eruna before each m"al will reiiernlly quickly Improve the appetite and help the digestion. Thouruindn of people can Ustlfy to thin. Liberated from a ntavery that In The slavery of almost unbearable. having no Interest In life. All iiuh1 up. Vet one doen not know exactly svhy. Take I'eruna before each meal. Nklrn will get blue ngnln. Hcldn will onro more and life will look gn-ebe plearant. You will feel that you good for something and the world am Is n good place to live In. I'eruna will do It. Not n.s an artificial stimulant. Klmply n tonic that stimulates npprtito In n natural way. who object to liquid mediTho cines can now obtain Paruna Tablets. appetite Multllude-- i any-thin- Many mixtures arc offered as substitute for Royal. No other baking powder is the same In composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal Baking Powder is made from pure, Grape Cream of Tartar. No alum, lime or acid phosphates. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mrs. V. W. Scars, of New Vork is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. V. C. i Illicit. J L. 'Ihompson, a traveling sales-ni.iof Mi. ernoii, was lure l;rnlav iiiukIikk with Mr K II Mctcalf and children, of ticero, J ml , arc the Kucsts ot ,ir fatll-r- , lolin lit etc at McKinucy. Mr. and Mrs J. M Gooch and iI.iukIi-teMrs. Hem) Anderson and l.lmer hcrt (;im)cIi at ersaillcs Sunda Miss Margaret l.eck. who ha liccn attending cllM1 at Ctcrto. lnd, has returned to her home at McKumey. Mr. and Mrs. Il.irrv l.icolit .iml rlnl. drill and Misses Jean I'atrick and km. ma nays wire in Uantillc Iucsdd) ci r, (ic-irKMar-itar- EUBANK3 T, S. Hays and family are fortahly located in their new which has just been completed Mrs, J. H. Sloan is visiting ncr , Mrs. Hcnan Caradcn, in Dan. Mile this weik. Herman Doolin and family, of were here last week visitinu lilt mother Mrs Martha Doolin. fn.ro SuiKleton and wife, of Lnd low, riliirniil to their home .Sunday afler a visit here o fcvrral das. Mrs W. D. Haxtcr and children arc milniK lur parents, Mr' and Mn drown, at Kiiik's Mountain. Mrs Marv Fleleher. of Science I till was the Ktiest Saturday of her son, nt I' 'i icher Ml" Ma'.v Hicks is at the Norton Hoti I at Kiiik's Mountain. Mr V W Henderson mid children are visiti.s at Lexincton. Mr and Mrs. Ncwhery Whecldon of Danville, visited relatives here last w eek A H. Citllip, of Indiana is here visit-in- j; friuids i nt Moriran and uifr ivno itm ..,..,. his parmts, Mr. and Mrs 11. S. com-hoilauj-htcrDan-villi', aaaaaaaaMsWatlllfy WaM i (r rcl.-tiv- cs V YOU OF ' 0& fr-- u" zr WHAT DO you THC MON0V VOX DO WONT BE AFRAID THIEVES atkiaLH' Widuisd.i) Miss Hi (tie Ilr.Trl.Tll U il. n,in. .1 Miss 'I hclma Moorelun.;. V II, Lee has rcturm.il home from C The second name of liaal laved hv the teams of the Hatpist and Christian w.i' i!aiil on Woiinesday afterniMiu 'Ihr ilaptist team defeated the Chris-Tli- c name was a viry intcrcstinc one tiau Ham 10 to V i'avne Mrs J F. Hall is crinusly ill. C. Hart and Wesley Acton Saturda) from Louisville, whire Ihci have hem attunlinK a dental col- ueri tin quests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs I K liatt.itUMiK.i. L. I'ajnc and wife, from Allna. . IF YOUR MONEY IS IN OUR BKM IWf BANK Burlar always SPOT the hoiifc where Ihc money is hidden. That's the BURGLAR'S BUSINESS, They know all the hidinj places -t- he book case, under the carpet, in the sugar bo.vl, behind pictures, or in the clock. Besides if burglars don't get it, FIRE may. It is OUR BUSINESS to keep your moiiey SAFE. . ) i :' I m-- Mrs. I.ih.i t'ook Is isitmg relatives ami minus at llustnmillc. Miss Annie Kolnmon, of Ilurnsidc. tlie Kiiet ut .Mr .mil Mrs. bam Kotiln ton. Mr. and Mrs J H. Woner, Mrs. Am iinnn ami .Mrs. I., Hml were in Dan illr Muml.it wiKiinuii, of r.irls, si)cnt t .Mines Minuay wmi ins parents. .Mr. and Mrs. John linnUm.iii, jr tr James Meredith, of U'.i unburn lnd as her miest lat vick her sister, Mm. Ji IVrkiii. frini Indiana. Miss Mary Carter, wno has lieen tctirliuiK at Jackkvmtille. III., return-i- d home Thursday for the summer. en in l; Mls Milla iiliiiote, of Winches-te- r, I His and little daughter, has returned home aflcr a isit have returned to their home ai to Miss lizahcth Carter and Hubert uimmuKliam, Ka., after a visit to " Carts r. es and friend here Mrs Sara Unhide and Kratichildrcu Mrs. J. !' Iloldam. who Ii.k r.iint Miss Cracie II.iiikIi and Walter llauch of near IiiiiiImi. were here a short tunc ly returnid from Miiskomr. Okl.i. the summer at Crab Orchard Tu"da) Miims M'i and nn.i Warren are with relatives, is the guest of Mrs. J. S Nice this wnk at home from Chrnncy. lnd, when' Mr. anil Mrs. J. II. Turner anrl they have hitu in the millinery husi-ndaughters. Misses Mavme and lMna the jiat e.i n A. S. lliisliini;. of the Sue Hen-nt- t iirace. ami Mr. John Deering. of Niclio- I'rof Memorial School, of Loudon was isville were lie tiuests of Mr. am! Mr. J N Harris Stiiul.it lure Mcrai das llns weik In the of the school Mts. Mm Vevius ami cliiblri-u- . nf Muses Kllcn and Willie Moore were lahanon Junction, who liavc hien visit in Cral Orchard Ihurvlat. Miss Kllen mi; relatives and friends here went In Moore will teach in the Crab Orchard Cr.ili Orchard to visit Mrs Thomas Graded Schod next term I C'hcrrv Miss John a Hilton ac- Mr and Mr J C Kr) nobis and lit "ip.ui cil r r tie ilaiiKhter. Ilernice Maj, arc at home Joscpli I returned home on Tliurs- after a tisit o her parents. Mr and dav nicht from dcoructouu Colleee. Mrs . I" Smith at MasMlle Mis.es Lena and Mary Dee Heck, of Rev. W. S. Grinstead rctiirneil to McKumev. and Mr Nolierl Smalley, of London Thursday after n visit to h" St I'ctrrslitirrr, l'la., were the Kiicsts tlauuhtcrv Mesilanus, J W Jlrjant, of Miss iina Chancellor Friday. J. K. Harris and Jese Walter Miss Lucy Lee Walton leaves Harris and Thomas Coleman returnor riiursiiay for Kentuckv to ed home tlir first of the week from the the summer She will stop over of VirKini.i. where they hate in Atlanta for a few davs and lie the Unitcrsitt accomplished tiri.it things tin year. nest of her uncle and aunt. Mr ami Mi J. dm Meredith and Mrs. Jas. Mrs. T N Walton -- Orlando. Fla., Mettditli. iritmia ami James Mcrc-tln'I' of WanelmrK spent ThursMi M V. Hall of Met, has returned day with Mr and Mrs Tims. Oaks, of home from Louinillc where lie has hi en nenr .Staufuril under medical treatment. He is some. Miss Mais Walden Gnnch returned whit improved Wvne County Ooiit to her home at after a viCt to her nter, Mrs Wlntred Pun- Miss Ntih) Montgomery went to Mc- can. Her little nephew. Wmfrcd. Jr.. Kinney Saturday where' she met the rrturueil with her noani oi i iiiicatiiui tul sitntit a on Mr and Mrs N M F'islier have re- - tract to teach the McCormack school , xoar Mr and Mrs. Terrell las tjtrtie.1 here after tin ir l.rnUI tour and they will lie at home to tneir mmv per nf (ieinitr. 'indavcil with Mr of his parent. Mr and Mrs I' W Whiv in this citv frifiuls at the awl Mrs F S Filier on lmrr Mam Zula ICads of lliistonvillt'. wa lis Unit. here Saltirdav the Btiest n flier isler. llrsil'Wi 'Sai HiseMcn and W II Mr N. M Carpenter Casev Cmntv Cpvk. M.sr Join Mount and Kiih New . leen Waltirs and Wi'liam Kiimainl of I aucatlir, were here Wrdnesdav lullini; Hon A. 0 Stinl-- v will spesk in the lovvn f"r the Keilpath ChaiitaiuiU'i Dinvllle at the court houe on Monday. that i to he in Lancaster. June 22 to June 15, next county court iliy In the 26. under th" auspices of the Woman's interest of his candidacy for the U S Club Tickets can he obtained at Senate. Speaking beginning at 1:30 P. Drug ' re M r 1 c Wed-ncfil.- iy sH-n- i. ho-n- c Shu-Rat- s' LIVER PILLS and all vegetable Dose, only one pill at bedtime. For constiSugar-coate- Oliver Rl.llnjc in Garrsrd county for $26 J. R. Mount, Son & Co., Lanca ter, Kv. Cntli-Mors Aycrs rills. Sold Ask Your Potter. pation, bilious headache. fur t0 Indigestion years. jr ifii t'i' im' lift Mine Ins mv name wiiltro oisiio and It P cirved r ' id'e Itlsnelie Harnett, Hutonvi1lr Ill SI return iv umhrelh taken f'i Niiss' barber shop v mistake and i saLBaBaBapaVaBaBaBaBVaaaVBK laMsfi2BBDBnd'' JH7JTaWsvLMBiL. VHMILaiH'.' MlW' IgJIaBMBi MB'v,'iiiitr 'jVW' TIiU y? fiftfa SaOsSlla9HaV!j0irVl ''I'fr'?iQilR I 'Sa&'ml-' mm0m yFif,is . Here' ' - ';g iv m Drink this ffL- f. m and bercfreshed! yiiRj.jJgp ' I k Sip by sip here's pure - enjoyment cool com- - fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. k aW Whenever you tee an of Coca-Co- la. t-ii- I m M mM Demand the genuine by full neme Nlcknimct encourage iuUtltutlon. e a rnilBlKlV rr.rK ATLANTA, GA. nri W Arrow think ibW Ki" p'r.rl A Carter left here Tucday for Lva. the little daughter of Mr an. ICnif.n City, Mil, to accept a Ksition Mrs. L. Wildir. of Wilmorc. is the with l he J. I. Case Co, Carl is a fun uet of her aunt. Mrs. T. J. Acton. PARKSVILLE vouim man and it Kocs without s.ijiiik The voters who are intercstid Make OUR bank YOUR bank Miss Ftlicl Martin, of Ilradfordsville. in tint he will inaki-- well at his position He tvill have his headquarters at Kan- arrivid this week (or a visit to her Rood roads, and who want the hond to carry on June 2Mh. should inak sas City. cousin. Miss Mae Cnralt. -- urnnow nun Mrs. W I. am. daughters 'and T , Mr. J. A. Hall was in Louisville this rc!,,r,,u,1 N,rKm,a .;::' wctk, takit.f; the Mate I'.mli.ilmcr's ex Capital, S50.000.00. .limitation and was successful in pass Surplus, $1,160. Mr and Mrs Shcrley Guthrie, of county our of the mud. the examination Itil, Danville, were the guests of Mr. and Mr iiik has hem with Undertaker J. C. Mrs. J. C Tarkingtoii Saturday night W. L. MeCARTY. Prei n. I,. PKNNY, CHAPPELL'S GAP for several years and has inadt ami Sunday M I! SALIN. Cashier. J S RICK, The farmers are busy after the good him a spliudid assistant Mr. and Mrs A. II. Itmirne, of Lonram. W G SMITH. G. G. PERKY. don, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. James Todd is teaching another Mr. W. S. FitiKcrald. of Danville, Mrs. llourne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. MCtion of singing at Mt. Olive. an tnthusiastic Hickham supporter, was i. W. Spires. Mr. pless is tossing his hat in n Mr J . Iljilcy, citi--ea ii felumliii last Thursilav In talkim: the air over the arrival of a fine boy. to a News mi iii, tic slated that in tin of Morel mil. spent the week-en- d Mr. Arch Anderson was apointcd had hien in oik nth Mr Kvan Holing, Sr.. and other trustee of the Chappell's lat few ni'iiitli-i.hStanford, Ky., May 1, 1014. Gap school. hutiilred and ten counties in Kentucky relatives and friends in this comnuuit-tv- . BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Miss Mattie Anderson entertained a ernvcrsed with a nre.it many leading of near Fans. itimler of her friends last Sunday Stanford, Ky. iJeniot rats, and that he was satisfied Misse Margaret Scott and F.liza-het- night that Mr Ilcckham would carry Roeht. of Danville, are the guests nAV Gentlemen: Your check in full payment of my claim for sickness Brummctt and little son nvcrvsiieltniiiKly. Adair County of Miss Lillian Tucker. William are visiting friends and relafiled with you a lew days ago receUcd, for which accept my thank:. New s. Mr W L. Price, of Oneida. Tenn.. is tives hetc. The settlement was promptly and satisfactorily made direct with you, with relatives and. friends in this coun. Mrs Delia Chappcll is back from Inand I did not have to wait on the payment as is usually the case with Ddianapolis. MT. ZION Mrs Pa.vne. of Mt F.dcn. Kv., who Accident and Health policies. Miss Minnie Pike was the ,l.liobf,ii HvcrjlKidv is rejoicing over the nice has In en Mr. and Mr" A P guest of Miss Bertha Jesswein, If I can speak a good word for you any time I shall be glad to do last rain that was so badly needed. Keed. returned home las: Sunday and zinnia) so, as every one should have one of vour good policies. It is the best I he Suiulav vas accompanied school here is proyres by her daughter, Pra)cr meeting is progressing nicely Very truly yours, I ever saw. .school. Mrs. A. who goo for a week's it I plicsiis church. tHK inciU, also the siiiKmn visit. J. H. BUSTLE !iv. James Todd .vas here to help Mi Mrs. M. Pike was the guest of SU Dogs continue to slaughter the sheep Minnie Dial in the sinyni),' Sunday afternoon Suiulav lat Itiv. Todd will Iickiu a school at Mt. in this community Thev made a scc-n- d We are expecting the wedding bells raid on the flock of Mr. John Sclts Olive next Saturday. o ring si,oii. Mrs. Mary Peace was the ijucat of man last Saturday niglit. but only killco the army or navy collection in the me this time The aggregate 'loss b Mrs. Ida Thompson Monday sheep owners m this community recent-- y PARLOR GROVE Mr N . Smith attmdid church ai can hardly he estimated, and to this Mr A W. Jones spent Sunday with Mt Olive Sunday. time not a dog ha been killed. Mr Green d.ims still continues ill Miss Lucy Hankla has returned to his brother at Todd Postoffice. Messrs. Mrs Sarah Smith, of Woodstock, is her home in Junction City, after a son were Garrett and Ashford Johncalled Mvrtlc Hrown and othei I) the il ness of to McKinncy Simdav is.titiK her parents, Mr. and Mr. vsit to Mi their sister, Mrs. Lui-ti- e relative m this town and community reI'.rvaut llrowii this vvtik. GimicIi. .Ir. dine Thompson and wife and for Louis '"! ' Coza,t' XIrs ,,m Waddle. Mr am ,.Mr,wmJ children, of the Chapped' Gap icmity vine .Monday morning and returned Mrs. M II Maker. Misses Vesta Sims. FLTRNISHE!) were the kikXs of their parent, Mr home last niidit accompanied hv his Luia W nldle. Maud McCre.irj. Mes wife, who has 1Cen in Xortnn Infi. and Mrs. Harve Hrown last Sunday. srs. Ira Roberts and Otis Ktibanks am' Mr and Mrs James L.imh were the marv in that city, a few- - davs followinr several others attended the baptizing quests of Mr. Henry Merrcll Simdav a lit!ht oneratinn which the legion services at King's Mountain Sunday. of the familv will be pleaier night. Mr. J. L. Hundley accompanied his There was a Hoi) Roller meeting at to know was successful. Mrs. Kiirif.lu to Cm Mr John . Hollon. was struck hv cinnati last week. lant Saturday nicht. Mr lien Mus Lizzie Carson, of Ciali (Jrcli-rd- . the pilot ot the engine, which pull, Mi Rachel Jones i visiting friends was the miest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm the package local, at 11 o'clock Mon-da- and relatives at Woodstock and Pulas-kSTANFORD, KENTUCKY Phone 203 i I ho:iiisou last Sunday evening. She morning He had crossed Mation. the good lady and lovid hy all main track and at a point near fhr is a kind Mr. alenttne Fagaley, of Wavncs ivh.i knows lur She is also a trm depot in this phev. He was trucR burg, attended Sunday school here on knockul down, fortunately filling out sunday. member of the Christian church sie the track- - It vva indeed a close Miss Grace Griffin was the delightSurber's saw mill, which locatci ful Riiest of Misses Ida and i7izzic call on hi life. Mr. Hollon utiincil on M H Baker's place isis ninmn. numerous injuries Smith Sunday night. mil force. Tluye.pect to be here unti Dr. Steele of Mrs I'.tta Delaney, of Louisville Junction City, ami W O. Pnarrnvv. of Migust 1, when thev ,vill locate on t'i am tided him Thev stited lann of .Anderson (ioff. visitnl lur old friend, Mrs. Ida 1 liomp-"i- this Suuda) and attindeil the singinc that no lionis were broken and it m Mioses Lizzie Lay and Kva Disho: r opinion, bis injuries, while piin stopjied at the church Sunday morn lire Mrs Dclauc) and Mri Tnsiinp tli'-fnl. did not regard them a dan- ing or. their way to King's Mountain. ii were alwavs warm friends, reared Childicn's Day at Parlor Grove ob.i tiKcllier ami were school mates, gerous Mr Hollon is a sincere Chrts-Jiagentleman. .vhen childrin and arc still fond and ami evervone who served Mine knows him i tliinkinl that he esMrs. Celeste Gooch and children of ttl'ccl innate friends. caped with his lifc. an, Ul Mis Lou Griffin, of ltroughtontown. 1(,)e ior somerset who have bem visiting here, is spied) recovery. mil Mr and Mrs. Frank Smith all at i.ive uturniil home Mrs. H. H. Singleton and Mrs. .ended the "Iiikiiik here Sunday. Johnson, Mr and Mrs Russell Watson anil of W'avncsburg spent QUAIL Wednesday of last vvnk with Mrs ittte Lizzie were the guots of their Nov G Fish, of near Mt Vernon Kenton Singleton. Mteiits, Mr. and Mrs. Joda Smith, on preached a most interesting sermon at CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Saturd.iv night. Hon Mr Charley Harris, of Chappell's Providence Sunday. will Mr. Daviu Proctor still remains in DanvI'le A. 0. Stanleyhouse onspeak ir. Gap. callnl on his hist girl here Sun- a very at the court Monday critical condition. day June 15, Mrs. Flora Cash continues about the interest next county court day in the of his candidacy tor the U. S Mr Henry I'lav forth and family vis-ti- d same Senate. Speaking beginning at 1:j0 P Mr N . Smith Sundaj. . J. R. Ta)lor. who is doing splendid ra Kurvbody m this coimmmit are so iii the lice veil phased over Mr F.dd Gooch bo Lick. sav mirc.inuli- business at he is ng so lucky as to git the uostoffice at I'hici of near going back to his home This Kidnev Remedy a Great Healer Otiail soon. For a number of years I was trourah Orchard. Mr. Gooch is widely Pies Rriivvn motored through Sun-ila- v anil .mivvii throughout this country with two of the fair see. of near bled with my kidneys, condition so nost evervhod) serious that part of the time 1 was un speaks in his favor Su uktown. able Mr (well served as our sheriff four Lie Proctor, of near Mt. Vernon, also lo work Tried several remedies, different physicians without relief ears and gamed many warm fr w.u in this section Sunday visiting resample of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t le also has taught the Hotdam's Mill latives chool three jtears and at Flat Yioil Wm. A. Owens is still conducting was left at my house. I commenced to take it and continued it until i year or two. had He is a good man vi.c.il music at Providence Minda). taken several bottles and am now curn evil wa.v. and well iitalified i ulaski county is going to take allto Phone 54. nakc a good postmaster The people ot lur vote on the kind issue for the ed. Am bJ years of age and able ti ere say thev couldn't have heat him building of good roads on the 2oth. work every day. I attribute my cure ' lo the use of your Swamp-Roo- t. matter vho thev had gottin to be This time we trust ;t will carry. My wife also was cured by Dr. KilMr Gooch will certainly lostmaster Mrs. I'lieressa Speaks is numbered mer's Swamp-Roo- t. Symptoms were lo all in his imwer to treat cvervhodv among the sick hemorrhages ight and do his duty at the office. Kv. Wade Proctor is reported to be in a very serious, including Stanford, Kentucky rone wants to congratulate Mr. Gooch viry serious condition with throat Bleat pain and distress. 1 commence'd giving her Swamp-Roo- t and it was or being our future postmaster in our trouble ' Dr. II. H. Isaacs and wife spent just as healing in her case. We can 'nine town and we think everyone i veil suited with him as postmaster Sunday with his pirents, Dr. G. W. ncartily ricommend )our Swamp-Roo- t to all kidney sufferers. Mr. Isaac Gipsou, stole a march on Isaacs at Woodstock Old Dripping Springs Wry truly vour. David Craig, of the Mt. Vernon Sigits fruiids. when he and Mrs. Mollir H C. GRIFFITH. nal, was the guest of homefolks SatThe famous summer resort is now A'allm went out to Mt. Vernon last Mexia. Texa. Manufacturer open for season and newly furnished. I Monday. June 1st and was quietly join, urday night and Sunuav. and wnrn to before me will be in position to give guests first David Lewi, who has served about d together in the holy bonds of main-nonand Dealer in Notary Public, this the 8th day ol class treatment, iUit class, fair and twelve years in the U. S. army is in on a Mr Gjpson is a fine old April, 1!)12. T IJEN.VF.TT Nigh-Cla- ss good accommodations A first class livMonuments and his bride is a nice ladv a furlough visiting relatives in this Notary Public ery and feed stable in connection. Rates She was a widow with some small cliil section on June 1st Original Designs and Prompt Service easonable. Persons desiring rates will file Angel' of Death visited the home Ireu and had In support herself and Letter to ?leaie write me at Crab Orcjard, Ky, Guaranteed Quality Connections at all children and we are glad that she was of Jian Proctor and claimed for its vic Grinite and Marble Quarrie. JOHN D. WILSON, Prop. o fortunate in winning Mr. Gipson. tim Ins loving comiunion. Marv. aged Dr. Kilmer & Co., Office and Works on Cemetery Hill for lur helpmate. He is a kind neart-'- d 24. and her spirit took Us flight to the I Binshamton, N. Y. Closed ob Saturdays who gave it. Nie hail been sick man and draws a big pension Tim . Telephone No. CashforAccountsandNotes re both iiieinlicrs of our church hen about ,one year with that most dread STANFORD, KY. Prove What Swamn-RoWill Do For ml we all wish them much "happiness disease-- consumption, She loaves a bus Accounlt nd Nolci collected and Claim ol You n thur old da.vs and hope the) will unci and two small children and moth- all tmdt looltrd alirt anywhere in the United Send ten ccntc to Dr Kilmer & Co ei, besides a host of mentis and rela ponil in..ny happy ilavs together Slalet. AliMilulely Nut'liurura I'll rhe penplc here are n proud to hear ,us '" n"m" ,ll'r ''I" "' u,fe-- . """"- - lliiiuhauipton. X Y for a sample size lfi eiillrelloii Im nimlr Our lyitem Masons' Meet Inn It will convince amone. You I iiv inutility hiii bottle Lincoln Lode No. 60 P. a A. M.. Dierta la 'f Key. I.iiiiKtnn improving in his w aim iiuiiiiiii (jtlj the money. A trial still conticce jou. I atattd Tuesday, June the 2, will also receive a booklet of valuable cuiuitiuuimtiofi un varh (irM and tbiral V ntr today. Hank trfeiencei. and hope he will he aide to laid 11away tc ret Mirdair nl(bu ut each mvnlh at 7 a'eloek la M, in the 1'rowdence htiry- - information, tellint; about the kidneys MA1"S OL.LECriON ACEN'CY reach for us iii.inv for he lias it tt , lirir nail on Main mitt, bunturl, Ky. Mm-tr- s n K iiroiiml to await Hie calls ol the and bladder When writing, be sure Someiiel, Ky. ol ilMt-- lud(ra frattruallj inviud tu Im .ule'ome in our little homes. an mention the Interior Journal. Keg-ulpr.vnii j v. IHKLe.Nl). SetT. Mr. Ilirhara Thompson is now im jH i.re.U da fifty-cesiic hot and iroviiiK in health and her many friends ties for sale at all drug stores. ire ulail to know. L. Miss Klla Mcnefce was the guest r Mrs. Ida TliomnMiii Satin day niyht Tbrre la mora Catarrh In tbta wcllan tf I lie couiurjr lliau all otbrr tllMaa jut Ifrtner. abil ilso Miss ( i race Griffin, until I I'd Ut f' jfttt i uiiikih! lu Im I'or a frrat many jrara itmtura lueuratlf. auj recrinil Ksai iruuuuiHfa II a lxal uiea Hot Weather Tonic & Health Builder lulling tu eure Kllb ' rtuifilira, and 1 Arc you run down Nerynus Tired' ieue tm.ai iriaiujeui, ruituuiafd u lucurabiv. s err) tiling you do an effort? You are tia iruiru L'aurrli lu I a itii!ltutlun! Ulavaa, and tUfreiMr rtiulrei cvutltulfuukl trtaliueat. mt Ian ou are sick I Your stomach Hull's Catarrh Cure, mauurarlurrd bjr I'. J, l.iicr, Kiduexs, and whole svstem need Cbanrjr A Co., Toledo, Ohio, la He ouljr l G0O0 TOR TNC MS AND tYt J ONLY i Tonic. A Temic and Health lluilih-- r euro on lb market. It la taken lutirnallj UNDERTAKER AND EMIALHEP ARE TOIH KTEN mmtrrj, wHrrr, lu dofcea from 10 droe tu a tiaiionrul. II aela to drive nut the waste matter huild SAr. lab of EAULK uralsT dim tu tbo blout acd mueoua aurfaeea of Dealers in o'i up and renew your strength L1K VAI.VK. lw II ana Ibe atteiu. Tbej offer (o hundred dtllara toe Flitters hetter than Electric KTaaiitolca Md. croMllia, Bljra Mattriif, Rims. Furm UNDERTAKER AN! EMtALMW aujr caw tt fall tu cure, btbd tlrculart and Furniture U4 olkvr vraalla Ikat toltow tevMiuoLUla Stait toihv. Mrs. James Duncan. tur ExchM;i far all Kin tlsla kur Ik "t tmterlt ayr. Addreta; I. J, CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Oblo. Offlci Prmm Me., writes1 Completely cur-c- d 7. Hmm Lagl Kyva lur vtrriaaOy II tmtf Of Stwk. Md Ijr Prufgltta, Tot. nip after several doctors sae me EA6I.K A.YE nallo. (or conitlratlcs. Take Uall'a rau.ll I'llla PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY up." 50c and $1 00 at your druggist. tTANFORi, . li Jl .cl rrJz?r?yiFl 7 State Btink Trust Company Mc-Cla- "-- will-know- n c - , V jBv i t" BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechanician in chaje of pair work of all kinds. Vulcanizing. PARTS and SUPPLIES PRICES REASONABLE Ml Lincoln Garage Co. UNDERWEAR B. V. D. v - i. ill-i- i n The Kind That Keep You Cool anSForousknii W. E. PERKINS, Zil-'a- h y- - - Ice Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers 1 GEO. H. FARRIS, HARRY JACOBS SuliS'-ribc- d n -- ic-t- ot r 1 nt cnc-doll- J. Beazley & Co.. J. C. M'Clary EAgleeyesalVE kd e'oaitltu-tlona- Ko-lim- tr BI4 11 (i-- Hay-r.csvil- Phm II - KENTUCKY. . , ,, ..,,,., H- Bmw;:!.!.' ftirf iit- - ttIWf" J the interior journal Stanford. Kentucky, BLOOD POISON fwipay, jonk , mm. l&r Antiseptic ifl ML BCIX'I of -- w an4 mil Hon Crmf thstfrow from on orlwo that under tn tkm f?t blood. an4 Into tfc rfiitlf mmiot Salve Bir 4aWaVaVaV&BBBBBBJVBVarHSR tppU4 rliM twtf wouH hira fcillM Dim ftw ! trrm tncflirpt hoi o( millions from hm born, a tM. htt itlr rtdr for mtr Antutpm JtaHm, (focitt, uk fr Dr -t.m h Br Th FARM AND STOCK NEWS The Warfield, 36621, Tr. 2:24 Dark bay stallion, 16 bands, foalc.l illaKc farm. bred at 15, East Aurora. N. V. Sired by Dare Ic- championships, il 2VJ, He won seven at National Hore Show. First .lam Naughty Girl by Hex Amcricus 232X)0. sire of four jears old. record --Ml American Ilcllc. three jcars. record 2 12 l. and 29 others in 2.M) list, a ta ..i .in ......t and 1.--. sire of Onward Silver 2.05 olhcr in 2W tit Onward was sired by Geo. Wilkes 1519 2nd dam Diicrm.t sired by Maml.rino KitiK 1275. sire of Ml including l.adv of the Manor 204 third dam Dotlet hv Nutwood re- ocrd 2.1fi and sire of 180' in 2.30 list, 4ti. dam Topar by Strathmorc 408 sire of W in 2JQ list. Fifth dam Willard by Albion, sixth Dam Ned by F.ilwm For- est. "tb Lady Turner by Mainuiiiio Chirf II The Warfield is an extra hivh class horse, not afraid of anMhiiiR. a high actor and as well broken as anv horse in and out of the Mable. has a pood coat and carriaRc nice head and tail. He is a sure trotter He stepped a Auj? 4. in VI I .1 4. THE FINE JACK, TOLBERT At the same place we will alo stand our fine, big jack Tolbert at $10 to insure. Tolbert is three years old. 15 hands high, black with white points and tine bone and weisht. lolbcrt ts by Pcvton and out of Clumsey, whose first .iam was Woodson Montgomery' lainc Mcrrtlitli, of near Waxiu-slrttroltl ten 7(X) Kimd aieers to J. C cent j per pound at 1 i Divlioit. out on Route 1, sold tlitn week to T. W. June, a local stock lambs at sex en iiud dealer, 25 a half cent per pound. T. V. Jones sluped four car load eek. ianiK from sis of lantli this and a half to set en cents per pound There were IM l.imls in the four cars. John Seltstuan. of 1'arksvillc. sold to J Walker Coratt, a Jersey cow ami for $S(I. and calf and a Mack mi.c in W days liandlmR. 2.j. The houtjht a steer calf heifer of Henry Cutter for of s a truly ma. Warfield y grand individuality and bred in linci $22 ORCHARD CRASS. I have thai entitle him to become a sire ot note that will strip it cleaner than sccine that he is a son of Iic8 anyone is interested call race horc and famous prosjci itor Pare hlnc Kra. If Salem. I.. C. Dunn. Devil 2.09. The latter earned the title phone at Ml. j. U. D.. Xo. 1. of the "Monarch of the Home Stretch. 11. C HauKhman. cashier of the hirst while on the turf, and after retirement Hank, of this city, sold to , iim tin, I nminrril imneris lalilc re National avcraRUiR d1 nown as a sire. Not only have tlie Thurlow Jones, 35 lamb half cents per Dare Devils tiroved Beat race Horses pound at seven and a many 1101111(1. but the family has furnished J. L. Robbins. of Hntirlmn, recently noted show- mitt winners as wcl as lambs from a Dare Devil and Maml.rino King, both bouplit twenty-thre- c bcttir champion show stallions ot Mnntitnmcry county dealer. The lambs National fame received more money in a craped about "0 ioiini(, anil the the show riiiR than any two stallions in price paid was 7 4 cents a pound. William II. Whalcv. Jr.. of near the woil.l. 1 lie wartieiu win iubkc uie mm... Paris, hounht several Minclies of feed- of 1V14 at our farm -- the 11. H.,Mng inn cattle at the Winchester market place-n- ear Morcland. :il $10 to mwe (luring the past week, at prices in the a live colt. Season becomes due when itctKlihorhnoi! of $7 per hundred pound mare is sold or parted with; every prc- Wh. arc now Manlllng the well known caution taken but not responsible tor D(crinK Farm Implements. We have occur, accidents should any ainthing from repairs to a mowing Good Rrass can be furnished at - machine to a threshing macnlne com per month. plcie. Also binder tumc. Call on us before c htiv. C. H. Carter and Son. 'l lei Hus-tomill- e. 42-2- - $- U-t- jennet sired bv George Tarkmgton s Pc) ton's dam was Napoleon jack.' Shanks' jennet sired by HuffDudde-rar'- s jack. Du.l.lcrar's jack's first dam was lllain's jennet sired by liriRtiolia. See lolbcrt before breeding .our mule mares. f C. M. BACK & SONS, PHONE 68-- MOREL AND, KENTUCKY HUSTONVILLE EXCHANGE For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your Light Weight Underwear, Snirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and fk l!M vr. a. H. R. Davi. a farmer of the Mc- Corniaek's church section, sold 34 sheep and 48 lambs to T, V. Jones. The sheep a craped 121) pounds and hroucnt three and a half cent per pound while the lambs averaged 80 pounds and brought seven cents per pound. Hail Insurance. .National union 1'ire Insurance Co.. of riitsburg. Pa., cash indemnitv capital. 1,000000. provides for loss and damage to growing torates, sound crops. Equitable bacco For inforprotection, square dealing mation apply to Harry L. Brings. Agt. Danville. Kv. A double deck car of lamb was shipped to the Jersey City market Satur-da- v night bv Caywood & McClintock of Pari. A shipment was also made to same market last Mondav night. Thce lambs were bought hv the firm from cents per pound Bourbon farmers at T. W. lone bought 20 Iambs aver aging 70 pound at seven ccnt per pound and 21 siiecp averaging 120 its at three and a half cents from W Moser. of Moreland. 19 lambs everaging 63 pounds at 6 cents per pound, 22 lambs averaging 90 pounds at seven and a half cents per poundof W I' Martin and 31 lambs averaging 70 lbs of J. W. Peak, of Turnersville section at siv and a half cents per pound 43-4- p. ' - S. H llitwhman houitnt of T. W. Jones, a local stock dealer, six head of cattle at $31.50 per head. O II. Moore, of Versailles sold sheep Tuesday to A. Schobcrti ight at an average of 7 cents a pound. Martin (ilcnn, of Itourbon, has sold several thousand bushels of blue grass eed to a Paris dealer, at .HI cents per bushel. Oliver Riding Cultivators In Garrard county for $20. J, R, Mount, Son & Co., Lancaster, Ky. T V. Jones iMiught of Flo)d Reynold, of Nicholasville, cven )carlings at $30 per head and three cows at $45 per head. Clias. Faulkner, of Winchester, sold to Fletcher Mann, of l.cingtou, a pair of mule weighing 2.J30 pound at --M cent a Mimd T. I). N'evvland. one of the leading grocer) men, of thi city. ohl a fine crc milk cow to A. S. Drake, of l.oitin.ille for $N0. farmer R. C I locker, a out on the Shelbv Citj pike, ImufM eleven .vearling of R L. Arnold, a local toek dealer at SU.50 per hc.nl M. I . Harrison, of Iowa, sold a car home giovvn cedload of ing tn-on the Chicago market las' week, at $9 a hundred or SlOo a head J. S. Wilson, of Paris, lionght Mou. da from Hall X. I'.llintt, 4.IKX) bushels of blue grass seed, at 30 cents per bushel. I he seed is to be delivered as soon a st ripped. CiRASS FOR RENT. I have 30 and would like to acre of gra have about 0 head of cattle to graze cheap. Mrs. J. II. Carter, Will rent it Stanford, Route 1 Simon Weil & Son. of Lexington. bought of Troutman Cnitcher. of Jessamine county JOfi slop fed steers, averaging 1.050 pounds, bringing in the nciglilKirhood of ?l3..Hr, Eighteen kentuckv saddle liore be longing to S. T. llarbi(n X Co. of Lexinuton, were sold hv the F.iig Tii- Riding ton Cnniian, at the Little School in Xcw ork, for 7.730, an average of $430. of ltros , t Winchester, Stubhtth Clark, sold 60 head of ex tra nice cattle to M. A. Prcwitt. of Montgomerv, for 7 cents per jiouiid Allen Fcton sold to Richard S Oliver 17 heifers at 7 cents. H S II Fnlkersnn. ol FOR SAKE Middlcsboro, Ky.. (A acres of land near Turnerville on Stanford and Hustonville pike for further information, see P. 1) Pcvton, or Frank Uoubitt at thirty-ewell-know- n 1,030-poun- d r d 3-- 4 Paint is liquid money. You spread it over your house and then sun, wind, rain and dust beat upon it in the effort to wear it out and fet at the wood. Bye and bye you have to do it all over again but less often with Ml r -- i zr-- f " Hanna's Green Seal Paict than with others. Whea you think of the coat of paint and painting, remember that one third is paint and twothirds labor. It costs more to put on a poor paint than a good one. Uae the paint that lasts lonrfcit. FOR SAI.R BY L. L. SANDERS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. G. B. PRU1TT, MORELAND, KY. To Mammoth Cave Tuesday, June 23, A personally conducted two da) s' outing Round tnji fare from Stanford. railroad $4.Ja. Rooms reserved at the Cave Hotel including hoards and trips in the Cave for $550 making the total cost $"85. Stiecial coach on regular tram A. M Write or phone I & N agent 44-6- 1 Glen Brook A HIGH GRADE STALLION il Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. Fire Insurance, Tobacco Hail Insurance Reliable companies. No wild cat or assessment concerns. W. J. Lanipltrll, 42-t- f Hustonville. Ka J. F. Cummins m a raw All used Root to talc from Mr. Farmer: When you come to Stanford, day, don't fail to see that "INDIANA Mon- I L aHbmB2Ka xMaamMW -- ttittttp wWViA th liver. h piped thodiy" tut InUw PODdUX formula trw.tnp lm WfgjVm IKSSf VM kSSv VnjV VBr L been taken out. Buy It and try tt. W Kentucky Fairs. Following are the dates of Kentucky ounty fairs, so far as reported: Mt. Sterling. July 215 days. days. Ilarrodsburg. July 28 Iierea, July 293 davs. t'niontown, Aug. 4 5 days, ravlorsville, Aug 4 3 days. days, Mt. ernon, Aug 4 davs. liurksvillc. Aug. Lcitchfield, Aug 11 I dajs. days.. Perryvillc, Aug Itrodhead, Aug 123 days. I das. 12 anccburg. Aug, Fern Creek, Aug 12 I days. Sanders. Aug 131 days. Columbia. Aug. IS I days, llardinsburg. Aug 18 3 days. Shepherdsville, Aug IR 4 days. Stanford, Aug. 193 days. days. Law renceburg, Aug. 19 Klizahethtown, Aug. 25 3 davs. 'iray.son. Aug 264 days. Mavfiehl. Aug.26 4 davs. days. Shell.) ville. Aug. 26-Florence, Aug 27 3 days. Frankfort. Sept. 1 1 days. days. Mcxandrij, Sept, days. ParU. Sept. HarlKMirville. Sept. du)s. days. Tompkinsville, .cpt. Ilndgenville, Sept. 8 3 days. Falmouth, Sept. 9 t days. State Fair, Louisville, Sept 14 6 Horse Cave, Sept. 2i 1 days, (ilasgow, Sept. 304 days. Paducah, Oct. d I days. days. Murray, Oct. 11-- 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." S3 23 W. P. KINCAID, District Agent Mv bieh lireil five vrnr-olClint- nut borrel Stallion will make the Se.i- mmi ol VJIA at my barn on the old lair grounds at Hustonville, Ky He is Id hands high weight 1,200 ixiunds. He will serve a limited number of mares at $15 to insure a living colt, season due when marc is parted with, or leavThis stallion is b) ing the county. Afclil.-imHriMtk nnit nut of tt.itnl.iril bred trotting mare. He haN proven to lie a great nrcencr. Having m.s cons to show for him. His colts arc all sad47-R C. Arnold bought 34 ewe and dle colts, with good st)le and action. lambs of Dr. J, T Morris, out on the Call and see a good hore before Somerset pike, paving from four to breeding tinu comes. seven cents a pound for them. He also JIM REED bought eighteen of J. T Ouddcrar, pav1 vvill also stand .he great mule jack ing seven and a half cents for the lambs Iim Kesd. the well known mule jack an'S4 per head for the rwts by the old jack of Jim Reed's. Having Eighteen Kentucky saddle horses sold his colts at $100 at weaning time belonging to S. T. Harbivm & Co- and is a fine breeder, having colts to ot Lexington, were sold bv the Fassig-Tipto- n show for him Here lie lias a large Company at the Kittle Riding lione and his colts have good Ihjiic, and School, in Xcw York Thursday, for style. He will stand at $10 to insure a large living colt. Money due when marc i $7,730. an average of $430. crowd, in which were many parted with or left the county. horseman, attended the auction B. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, Ky. R. E Mnrcl.mil, of Favette. sold t" Win. DuPont. of the DuPont Powdei Company, of Wilmington. Del . the che-tnsaddle gelding "Twentv-Fou- r Carat" The price of the horse was not made public The gelding will be Standing at Hustonville shown at leading horse shows over tlu I will stand the two great draft countrv by Col DuPont William Collin is fitti'ig up a good horses VTZM. and KRLXCH for n of 1914 at iu farm near stable of horses for his firm. John T the Collins Son. of N'orth Middlctown, Hustonville, at the low sum of $10 each the Paris Kentuckian-Citizen- . that to niMire a living colt. Watman is an imported German will be ?hown in the Kentucky circuit this, season. Among the older division coach horse He sold for $J,0tK) have used him two seasons g.iited he will have the mare, Orinua, and, she is as good a and his colts show for themselves what he can do, all coming large sue and show marc i the trotting broodmare of the same name. Auto He King, the with lots of st)lc. His colts show too well what he docs, to need an extended high class stallion, ownd description. ed bv W. C, Massie. of Paris, and desFrench is a I'crchcron, and a Comtined to be the head of the breeding I. been sent to pany horse originally and sold for farm of Mr. Massie. has 1 bought him in Metcalf count, Shropshire to be prepared for the Billv he has done splendid work in 1914 shows. The colt has been given a where He produces splendid colts, food "perparatory course" bv Robt the stud. st)lish fellows with fine Imne Shropshire, elder brother of the "wiz- the big and shape. He will attract attention ard from Winchester" and is aji tn be an) where and is the kind of a breeder readv for flic final fitting or finishing owners of mare are looking for. He touches. weigh 1,801) pounds and gets colts like him ALBIA I also have two or three fine, big The farmer arc very busy plowing mule In ceding jacks which I vvill also corn. stand at $1- -' and $10. Miss Gladys Chamberlain, of Ch'ci-g. visiting homefolks, i J K. Baughman, Hustonville, Ky. large crowd was at Olive Oreo sermon was preached in ration Dav. the morning bv Rev. Meece. afternoon some esavs were read and a ermon '(reached bv Rev. K. D. flnoeh of rrab Percheron Stallion Orchard. Evenbodv enjoved the d.iv Registereda splendid t)pe of the 78803 breed This is fine forehead. Fouled I'.lack with star Mi Edith Watson, of Mavwood. vis- May 25th. 1910. in ited Miss filadvs Chamberlain horse, SI UK The great I'crchcron Rev I. M Cummins will preach at Sam, 25055 (54608) an imported horse Oak Grove church Saturday and Sim- - from France, a winner at the InternaFvcrylmdy invited. davr tional at Chicago; also twice winner at M'. Harrv lacobs. of McKinncv. mo- trginia btate Pair, tipping the scales tried down and spent Sunday at tiu at 2450 pounds, place ua.m. ro r Aiiiiti, A Mason iiiri, KegistryweighC!"de Sturgeon, who pttrmlrd beautiful black mate first ing 1800. fachers' examination report a class errlificte. He Vvill .r..!.al.l, not He vviii make tne season at my farm ear. leach thi at Knoblick Station. Lincoln county a high better known as the "Sowell Givens renort Mr. Fnust Gooch grade second class certificate. farm,' at Mr. 0, Colston has been elected to $10 to Insure a Living Fnal Money due when colt is foaled, mare Goochtowti school. teach the traded or removed from county. Mr, Earl Sturgeon escaped unharmCare taken to prevent accidents, but ed after a combat with an old sow. in which there was a sham fight and a not responsible should anv occur, E. G. BICKLEY hard foot race, and he escaped by fall Phone 671, Danville, Ky danger, . ing over a fence, and his dog which was following in swift pursuance after l well-know- n ut Carroll Preston 4383 Bay, horse; star; both hind ankles white; eight years old; 16 hand, SIKE. I'tcston 92J by Washington 34, by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 64. DAM. Baby Pence by Enoch Arden, 2d dam. Lady Pence by Forest (2S6J); 3d dam, Daughter of Garrard Chicl,(2J5J) 4th dam daughter Bone's Gray Eagle. $ TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I have facilities for caring for mares sent to me itom a distance and will (urnlsh good grass and the best of personal attention. Ir. all cases a lien will be retained on (oal for service fee, according to law. Fees become immediately due and Insurance is forfeited if rrares are removed from state or bred to another horse Cnie taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. I invite inspection of ll my horses and will guarantee satisfaction in all my dealing. He will stand at Nunnellcy's Stock Tens, Stanford, Kentucky. nt Two Great Stallions ea-o- as lv W. O. WALKER a lv 1 ld three-year-ol- $i-4U- 1 o. - Samson 1914- - SEASON All Peavine 4092 1914 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 priies and have sold for better 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, Haiel Dawn, Jack Straw, Diana of the Lea, Kexall Punce, Jaquelina, Jacquline, Jaque, Princess Eugenia, Golden Glow, and many others. This is unquestionably the best breeding son of Rex Peavine and lemem. tcr 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 tn a horse of the most popular bloodlines at a living piice. 3 ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation 14 15 23 83 for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. 73 Coughs and Colds Weaken the Svstem Strawberry plants, fruit and shade Continued Coughs, Colds and Bron-chitrees, shrubs, roses, asparagus, grape troubles arc depressing and weak-v- ii vines, milliard, peonies, pniox, seed po the system Koss of weight and ap- '.'noes, etc Everything for Orchard petite generally follow Get a 50c bot- and garden. Free catalogue. No agents King's New Disrovery today. 1841 tle of Dr. H. F. Hitlenmeyer & Sons 1913 It will stop vour cough, The first dose Nurserymen since 1841 helps. The' best medicine for StubLexington, Kentucky born Coughs, Cold and all Throat and l.unc Troubles. M O. H. Brown, Mus catine. Ala., write" "My wife was sick during the hot summer months and I honestly believe Dr. Kmg.s New saved her life," Good for and $1.00, at your Druggist. Dis-cove- TREES Fee $40.00 to Insure Living Colt-a- nd a Good One BOSSEAU R. S. SCUDDER, McKlNNEY, KENTUCKY Rex O'Dare Hv riicvtpi- LIVE IN THE OPEN GOLF TENNIS HUNTING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING DRIVING MOTORING RIDING OTHER NOTED RESORTS H.adarsonvUL, WaysmviHe, Hot Spring, Tyroa, MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Brevard. Saluda. Flat Rock Lake Toxaway SOUTHERN PBEUIEB Far CARRIER Of THC SOUTH RAILWAY Dige.ter Tankage for Hog, $3.00 per 100 lb$. Linseed Meal for MiHrCow and ewe. $2.00 per 100 lbs. make milk Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, $1.60 per 100 lbs. makes fat work horses, stallions Atlas Molasses feed for $2.00 per 100 lbs. and Jacks Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. FEEDS NO. 3000 IVniin,. N. Dr tf enry L. Casey . l, U.. 11tU l'envitie No. )7'J.v Hv 1,'r'v 8.U; 1st dam F.thel 1). No. 8850; 2nd' nam iri.xie umck .No, Bii; Jrd dam Maud M, DANVILLE, KY II iv, left hind foot white, 16 hands OPPICB NEXT LOQAN'I high, foaled 1"IU. Will make the n of 1114 at my stable on the Stan- foril ...... Sbplliv ...... nnrl ........ Pitt, hiLm .iv lllliv. .. .nv, o,a from Stanford at $10 to insure a liv ing coit, mo service on Sunday. RsnBcuasB9fi3laBJ I seu-so- Veterinary Surgeon ITABl tla L. H. MESSER. Stanford, Kentucky. m KHHN School for Ua(slr. fwklMslS WiVftiWsaj, Hi I will stand my fine registered Percheron Bosieau at my farm on the Stanford and Hustonville pike, one milt East ot Hustonville for the season of 1914 Calls iMwcrta' PrtMly ATrMff MtAi lay ar NlthT Tchn JI ruk!L Cm sVMial WfllaaliUa-W- Ialrraw4aaskii4 Liat ! Ulfilln. m. Uc.I M.a, w a4drM B. H. Todd, D. P. A. UuUvilte. Ky. J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD, ft CO. KENTUCKY IIS TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Bosseau is a fine big boned animal, Veterinary Suraeon and DeatUt weighs 2,060 pound and ii just the Kind to breed to, to get your big mule Office Phone 194: Residence 204 Bures. KENTUCKY K. L. BERRY, Hustonville Ky. STANFORD, at Dr.JtJwCaaM.S.lD. f Valid 1st aVvallMlf, fU ft. aUtori , acaaat. law mmiml rrta Trm 4wll I. Cataxmrr. Tfclr sVaM4TrKwfntrftt: Btkmt Tira ( aftau cmAaMHI. Ovarswa, Ttitai fnm to is- mw atuuJUlitUtf basji41u MrtsMltsiW, MWaiMlT . liHlat4 fcaaatL ."''ai Juwi H tfU4l.i m