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K.J htjttt--TT ' 'Tn- tit- - - 1" -- r Ti! , T - " n -- - ' -t ' - IMP v!r ( Tha I, j Frlrtt More Farm Ncwi tad I is Rtad by Mor Farmer Thin any I'Otlnr Couatrjr Paper la tht Stati, ) ESTABLISHED IWO-J- Sth YEAR. NO. 41. The Interior J ournal STANFORD, LINCOLN IN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, This Paper Stops When Your Tims is up Watch the Date On Label and Renew Your Subscription Promptly. JUNE 16, 1914 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS LILLARO INTERRUPTS STANLEY AT DANVILLE &". P- t J 'r. Three Nines Will Compete For City Championship and Some Great And Latter Leaves Question Open As The oil men who are drilling the well A host of friends and loved ones in The petition of former Governor Aiu Sport Is Promised on the A. W. Carpenter place, about Lincoln county were shocked Saturday To Whether Liltard'a Vote Was a his name on gustus Wilson to get fivt mile west of Stanford, were great-- 1 to learu of the oeath of David I'. LoAugust primary ballot as a candi tlic "Sin" or a "Virtue" elated Monday when a strong flow gan, which occurred at Ins home in Church League Standing date for the republican nomination tor of gas was struck at a depth of 210 Danville Friday night. Mr. Logan was Played Won Lost Per Cent. the lung term m the United states was Congressman A. O. Stanlc), who is a fiet lhi is aid by tile experts to be for years a citizen of Lincoln county, 1 .1 tiled in I'Mtiktort Saturday. Gov. Wil0 1,0U0 a sure indication ol oil and the and had a great many warm friends Baptists candidate for tlic tlcmuJratfc tioiniii.t-tio- tt 2 son in filing his petition announced that .500 work will be pusned with the drilling, here, 'the Danville Advocate said of Christians he would make a sneaking campaign of 2 J .333 for U. S. Senator spoke to a large ft is hardly expected, however, tha. oil hi death the entire State before the primary and crowd at Danville Monday, and made will be struck at a less depth than 50" Died, at the family residence on 'I would appear at least once in each ol third game feit v.'i'Hc a number of visitors are South Fourth street, this city, jestcr-da- ) basebeball league of the Sunday school Ins usual abusive tpccch vitli refcr-tne- e the Congressional districts. While no organized in Stanford , t,omg out daily to view the operation evenii-g(Friday) official information could oc secured it to tiov. Be:kham, inting little atat 8:15 o'clock, lat week, was played Monday afterDavid Fleming Logan, lit the M. H. Thatch- noon, and resulted ir. a victory of the is said former Governor tention to Gov. McCrcary, the other BANK PRESIDENT INDICTED BRODHEAD FOR BECKHAM )car of his age. Again has the team over the Chrisir, of tlic ranama Canal Cone, w candidate in the race. BECKHAM SURE WINNER grim reaper invaded the precincts of tian hoys hy a score of J to 1, in a have charge of Gov. Willsou s candi32 Counts Returned Ajcainst Head Of this community and removed his loved splendilly played game. The irature of the occasion was the Claim Made it Is Strongest Communitv dacy. The victors ones and numberless devoted and Defunct Paris Institution iiiterriiitii)ii of the speaker lit li. V. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter, in a state- Say Editors From All Over State In are a combination team composed of For Him in Slate friends one of it most boys fiom the Methodist and PresbyI.illard, who was elected as a demoment to the Republicans of Kentucky Annual Session Last Week disnatcli fro, tl Hrodhcad last wetk withdraws as a candidate for United cratic mrtnlicr of tlso legislature from The Bourbon county grand jury last highly respected and useful citizens. In terian Sunday schools, and will play all the attributes that stand for ster- as the third team ,n the local league. A Uo)lc county, and otcd for llraille), sat J Statis Senator in the August primary, 12. Daw sou Springs, Ky., June If week returned thtrty-twindictments castliU, one of the four vote which Hrodhrad. Ky.. June 12. this town assigning business reasons. He thanks ports that from against Geo. Alexander, president of the ling matilnxid and devotion to right large crowd vvasi out to the game Moti-tla- v country editors elected him ami dcteatcd Biikh.iiu six claim the honor of liemg the strong his friends for their help and urge all over the state, gathered here at and much interest is being maniGeorge Alexander & Co, Hank, wind; Davitl F. Logan wa a conspicuous exgood )tar ago. Stanley was inakiiiK the ar- est licckhant community in the state. united support for tlic Ri publican Dom- annual summer meeting of the Ken- recenil) was closed by the State Hank-in- g ample, and his untimely death will fested. The boys arc playing leave a void in the hearts of those who clean, games, and everyone is enjoying; gument that the democrats of Kentucky there arc .tot a ilozeu inic. tucky Pres Association, bring are so Department. Of these indictments knewand loved him which never can be it, a healthy rivalry being manifested Two more congressional primary ilo not owe Heckham ati iImiik In cause men in the mtire voting population oi J. C W Heckham I a good as nomi- eleven charge embezzlement of the filled. He was a son of the late Jolm lo win the championship. of the fact that he was defeated through ill' town Mr Stanley sokc here were filed in the office of nated fot Ctiitid States Senator in the bank's funds, fiftcin charge receiving t. The next game vvili be played on the the trcachcr of I.illard and other. At .iIhiiii thrtc weiks ago to a very small ant Sicrelar) of State Cecil li. Democratic primary on August 1. A debits after knowledge that the bank F. and Sarah Bailey Logan and was th'S Former County Attorney John poll of the editors here ami the rep- wa insolvent; three charge unlawful born in Lancaster, removing from that high school grounds on Thursday afI.illard jumped to his fret crowd, and while he was given a courand declared that he had never teous luaring, he made no impression W. Iti)d, of Hardin county, entered resentation i one ot the largest that and felonious altering of a paper in the place to Lincoln county, but had been ternoon at four o'clock between the for the past Baptist team and the winners of Monthe Democratic primary lit the Fourth has attended a siiiiiuht session fol any man 'o charge to hi lace and only aroused the. Ilicklnin m custody and under control of a bank, a resident of Danville district against Congressman Hen John-soi- l, many )ears -- shows that fully 80 per two charge unlawful and felonious al- fiftccni jcars, where he vva engaged day's game. Dr T. W. Pennington that lie mat utility of treachery or lowing. business and holding at the time was chosen manager o flhe wrong-doinwho already has filed and F. Tho- cent, of the member of the association tering and erasing of a look owned by in Rockcastle count v is one county that and he did nut roMsc to Rev. I). M. Walker is manager of o.nplcte tic II mm i He said that he had east ha umlergonv iiolitical mas Hatcher, of I'ikevllle, Democratic are strung foi Heckham. The remain- a bank with intent to encat and de- of his death the office of Deputy Sheriff of Boyle cetltily. pethe Christians and Shclton Sauflcy is Ins vi.tc in the memorable race as he change, the tunc has been wln.il Gov. ch.iiruiati of 1'ike county, filed his ing 3J per cent, is about evenly divided fraud the bank, and one charges him .Mr. Logan it survived hy his wile. looking after the Baptists. thought was riijht, and because of cor- .McCrcary coulil ask lor a cert-i- n nia- - tition to get his name on the August between Stanley ami McCreaiy. Many with making a false entry in a liook Soplu-Gright Logan, By winning their first game, the rupt conditions is he liiiiud lluni at lonl) and he would get It, but now lie primary ballot as candidate for the De- of thi.-e-, while against Heckham, do owned by anil in the custody and con- Mr. John 11. and David. Ir.. and two who have go into the lead in the will do well to get 2t)0 voles in the mocratic nomination for Congress in not hesitate to express the opinion that trol of a bank wiih intent to cheat and sons, Frankfort the sincere )iuiatliy and condolence of race, while the Christians drop ud The voters here feel like the the lentil district. Chairman Hatcher Ileckhain has the race won and is gain, licforc he had conclmlrd hi slate omul) the bank. Warrants were issued under these inr community- in incir irrcparaiiic loss. into the last place. The Baptists say mriil. Mauley interrupted him to sug- Democratic party owes tlic tenaturia. probably will have no opjiosition lor mg .strength every day. The funeral was conducted at the they will try mighty hard to drag the the Democratic nomination, and no one gest that if he had a pcich to make, nomination to do. Heckham. and served on Alexander l.ven here at Dawson, in Hopkins indictment Fourth leaders down in Thursday's game and leading Democrat iron out in the is expected to opKjc Congressman county, lie wait until lie had concluded. StanCongressional at his home by Sheriff Talbott. The family residence on South in the Second street on Sunday afternoon, at three o'- a fast and exciting contest is looked ley aid that he did not personally county said the other day: I has l.anglc), who will file hi petition soon district, there is a very decided Heckond under each of the thirty-twinclock, bv Dr. E M Green, and the in , for. The box: scores of the last two v tnl for McCreary ever since he ever in the Republican nrimary. make the charge against l.illanl hut ham sentiment, a number of the lead- dictments was fixed at $2,000. Alexan- let ntcnt followed, being conducted by games Neither Judge ilciisott nor David ing business is as follows. was Miupl) repeating the acnisation ran for oflicc. but this time 1 am going and farmers in theis der at once executed these bond for the Knights of Pythias, of which he Heckham. Ktiicheloe, who arc campaigning in end of the men hi appearance in the Circuit Court on Monday's Game tint other had made that he was not lo vote against him and for count) being openly was a mcrniicr. I t xk htm at his word vihcn he said the Second for the nomination to sue. at Frankfort and pcronill) knew nothThey say that they lime I". AB R H PO A E CHRISTIANS lor him. A big delegation of Stanford Pythian tw 3 )car ago he would not be a candicetd Congressman A. A. Stanle), have cannot stand for Stanley in this race. I lie condition. howUntil the bank broke George AlexHe said ing alMtut 400010 went over in auto to participate in O'Baimon 3b ever, that whither II vva l.illard's sin date for oflicc again" lie said he didn't (tls.il Slate Senator Robert II. Scott, 4000 Yeager p Ji 2b they have been accus- ander was considered by tne majorltv nd although or I.illard' virtue to have voted a he sic Jiow anv democrat of Rockcastle ot I'aducah, who is miking a campaign tomed to voting for Stanley for Con- of the best men of Bourbon county t)a)ing the last tribute to their dead Perkins c 20 40 did) lie felt that the democratic party rimtiiv could vote for Mr. Stanley to he one of the most substantial but-in- brother. in the first fiy the Democratic nomi31 4 gress for man) vcars, many of them Bird ss t stand for the thing the good nation ha not filed mc-of Paris. Iiveryone owed Mr. Ileckhain nothing hy reason wli 10 0 0 400 Grimes lb declare that in this light they can't Congressman Albin W. Harkley, of Mrs. G D. McCollum Passes Away of the fact thai I.illard ami other niiin-le- r pc pic of tin county stand for" he said 50 40 Lcphcw 2b & i all. One or two of the did business at the bank had implici r know that Gov. Iteckliaui iloc. I'aducah, ha filed his petition, seek- "cc" Stanley at editors at the associa- confidence in him. The great volume of the legislature had voted as Mrs. Daisy Marshall McCollum, wife Walker If 300 0 every ing hi second nommatioii in the first, Second District for Heckham. get. and therefore, he should of business done bv the bank was due of Col. G. II. McCollum, died at the Coifev cf ihrr did 300300 warmly Democratic vote m the county, and I am and John W. Williams, of Marshall tion are Willi hi usual disregard for the truth 302001 Heckham is certain to carry tbc First entirely to the affable disposition of McCollum House in Junction City on Bright rf Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. She in tin caiuiiaigu lie is making, Stanley going to do alt I can to help him,' count), filed the same day. Congressional district, savs Col. Jim Alexander. The clos ng of the InstituR. V An ffort is being made to get HeckT 5 27 12 2 In the Third Congressional tion by the State Banking Department had been ir declining health for about said that Beckham was claiming that VW Lemon, editor ol the Maytield MessenTOTALS created the greatest sensation RoiirW a year and her condition for some time the democratic parly owed him tins ham to speak in Mt truon before the Thomas, of dm nil City, and J. V. ger, and the new president of the y . Chapman, of franklin, have filed AB It H PO A E notnm.it ion. and that it would honor campaign closes Col. Lemon county has experienced in tear. Alex- had been considered critical although Press Association. 4 Frank Tavlor. of Glasgow, former 000 itself hy giving it to him. Those who d i an mil Heckham leader. He ander at all times ha been socially her death came as a surprise to many Ed Brady cf prominent. MT. STERLING FIGHT OVER 4 of the port of Louisville, is 4 have heard llcrkham speak and have friends in lunetion City. Stanford and Penny 2b sa)s that lus county of Graves, the 402250 to enter for the Republican nom- biggest Democratic county in the Gibread his printed speeches, know that at eUewliP'e. Mr. McCollum was fifty Sam limbry p Two-CeMileage Books on Sale 400221 no time m this campaign has Heckham Senator James Lands Saulre Turner For ination. vear of age and one of the best women H. Coleman 3b will go overwhelming!) 4 0 1 10 0 0 ever claimed that the democratic party '. I. 1'roctor. Republican, has file' raltar district in Boyle county. She was a devoted C. Coleman 11. The new interchangeable two-cei'oitmaitershlp for Beckham. 1 1 in 000 owes him an) thing; in fact, when he in the rotirtli. but no candidates books, good within, the State member of the Christian church, an un- li. Spoonamorc rf ....4 According to Col. Lemon, all the mib-aupapers. I lie Fifth have filed their 400000 spoke at .Stanton! he patticularl) em That Siuator Janic i the "wholi of Kentucky have been received at lo- tiring worker in the various mission- A. Brady If leading Democrat of Grave arc 1 A. H. Roum-- . Demo 00910 I iiliasued the fact that the party owes show" and Cougressincii do not Count under Beckham's banner and cal railroad office, and have been plat- ary societies and always tn the lead in A. Spoonamore c .... iiiiti nothing, that it ha already great-- y lor much, was evidiiued Saturday when cratic is the only one o far entered m 300030 ed on sale. The new- - books are for one all charitable work. The funeral took Stone ss will lake off their coals for hint. honoiYd linn and that the only the fight over the Ml. Sterling jiostof-lic- e the Si Mil. of similar nature arc brought thousand miles, are sold at $20, am1 place at the residence on Sunday afterCampbell Cuntrill, Congressman 6 27 12 1 J TOTALS (tul'"n involved in ihi sctiitorial noon at 3 o'clock followed hy intersas decided in favor ol Scjuiri. L from other counties in this end ot the are pood on the C. & O., Q. et 7 5 9T Nash - t o,. who returned Saturday from race is whether the democratic party Turner, the Mt. Sterling .V 1. II St.. L. L. & X. .M. & O. ment in Belles tic cemetery in Danville. Score by Innings 12 3 4 6 8 , . ... . r i i. her in Kentucky wants a nun who believe man who had the b.ckiug of the Sen- uigton to look after his interests in i ll'e saloon .interests oi i aiiucau, and Southern Railway. This includes The services were conducted by Be- Christians former lliiide-rsnt..10001 in the thing he doc and stand for ator. At the same tunc the Senator "put the Sevinlh. Iia filed, and and Owensboro are said to practically all of the steam roads in the pastor, the Rev. M. R. Gabbart. Thomas, of Summary Three base hit Bird; two trie things he does in governmental and over" tlic man for Ktmaster at Ow-- '. Slate Senator Claude constitute the chief backbone of Stan- - state c.xecnt the Illinois Central which sides her husband she is survived by political I fr, or one who htlieves a thrcce children. Mrs. Hugh Tarkington. base hit Bright; hits off Ycager4 in nslioro. who vva backid by Kditor Paris, lias announced that he will file les's support in this end of the State, ha not for some reason joined with for the Democratic primary. Stanley and .McCrcary do. to represent Urcy Woodson, of the Owensboro Ruth McCollum and Marshal! 0 innings, off Lephcw 2 in 3 innings: mileage ts- - Mi Democrats are fast other roads in the two-ceHarvey Helm has fil- aiid the country and taking action ac- issuc. Congressman Kentucky in the Senate The rem under stolen bases Bird, Bright, Embry; E. McCollum. Woodson and Congressman A. finding this out for the Democratic cordingly. The) Spoonamore, A. Spoonamorc, struck out of Stanley's address was filled with f). Stanley had iute a battle over this ed his petition The books are what the known as that this is going sa) with no by Embry 9; by Lephew 1, by Yeager like inaccuracies and unjustifiable re plum and the editor won easily. A di. nomination in the Fighth Prominent Columbia Man Dead be largely a fight for control of the "7." scries by railroad men. and good ference to Ileckhain. They seemed to patch from Washington Saturday said. Democratic opponent as yet in the to William A. Walker, a leading mer 8, base on balls off Yeager I; hit by party by these interests. Some editors only when ticd by a single identified jdease Stanley' friends in the niidicH.cc of field. Warner W. Jesse, of Shelby-vill"Scjuirc Turner, the candidate inteiest see the individual. The new books, however, chant, a citizen of Columbia, after lin pitcher (bv Lephew) A. Spoonamorc. Progressive say tha't the liquor wall ha filid for the liunicilciy, urn me i. )., repirsciu.iusi-hcar- Siuator James for Histmastir at Mt. and realize do not require the extensive personal gering illness with complication of dis- Umpire T. A. Rice. handwriting on the a nunihcr of leading democrat mileage eases. He was about sixty years of Sterling, was appointed hy the Presi- nutmratiou. that the people of Kentucky are not description now noted in The Ninth District is prolific with going to stand for a repetition of 1908 books, the personal, description of the age. and a member of the Baptist BAPTISTS of lioyle county say afterward, that dent today and his name sent to the AB R II PO A E ConBesides while they had intended merely voting Senate for confirmation. Ilu ends a Democratic V.candidates. former Repre- and the nullification of the real wishes passenger being limited to male or fe- church He is survived by his witeand New land c and lb ...5 000 J. Fields, for Heckham in the primary on ugml ong struggle made by Rcprc.scnlatisC gressman 6 of the people through corruption b) male, white of colored and the pur- two daughters, and one brother, Scott Carman If Han-i-c 1st, since they had listened to the 622231 W. J. Field, of the Mt. Sterling dis sentative J. V. Ferry and J. l chaser's signature. T. Walker, of Hillsboro, Tex., and four Embry 2b , J. S. Haley, liipior money. of Moruan counts-- and of Stanley they were determined trict, to have U 1. Utiles apK)imei to 644453 S. Hill ss None of the intrastate mileage books sisters. McCrcary has little strength in this of Carter county, are entered in the pri- part of Kentucky, several editors from recognize electric interurban roads, al52214I to go out and work their head off to the otfice. .sing'etoii p that 502 list. C. Hill 31 the squarely made betic athat Heckham carries of thecounts' General News Notes 'lh issue wa and the Reprcscnta-lu- c mary the Fleventh CongreMsonal Ca western counties declaring that he vyill though it was state by officials of Co.. lead- tween the Senator liv In hig majority Many 5 0 0 11 0 3 counties. Kentucky Traction and Terminal not noil 100 voles in tpeir As a sequel to the House Merchant Mobley lb & c Joseph ll I, I'linris. Stal.- ing friends of Stanley in Danville Mon. 0 500 Brown ct t as In which should control in the Different reports come from the other of Lexington, that its company had Marine Committee's extended investiday, admitted privately, that thev real- event of a dmgrccinent and Senator Hoswirth. of Mtddlesboro, and l.inil- - end of the State. 000 4 rf One editor, near taken up negotiations with the passen- gation of shipping comninations, Rep- Reinh-ir- t ize he has no chance whatever to win lames' victor) is therefore c nspicuous, sev .Morrison, ji narian county, aie shland. sa)S that Stanley will get ger departments of the uteam roads resentative Alexander, of Misouri, inThey say that he seem to think-- stf. 42 10 11 27 14 14 was candidates for the Republican nomi- very few vote there, and that the sen- leaking to the issuance ot TOTAl 'The K)st office department troduced a bill to bring water transNat H. Sew ell, of London. however, and that his friends hesitate to loath to turn down the Congressman nation. both lation in both foreign and domestic timent i very largely- - in favor of fiii'k-haii- i. tmlencp interchangeable and valid H - Democratic AB R H PO A E CHRISTIANS nomi tell him just hois' Mrong the inilica liall) ami made several efforts to in- urn), .I.K- vull fit i is commerce under Government superviscommanding on steam and interurban lines. .with McCrcary 5001 Lepluvv ss ttont are that Heckham will defeat lioth duce Senator James to agree to a third nation. is to Beck- said tha; the steam roads, lor various ion. what little opposition there 21 5 Wager 2b him and McCrcary overwhelmingly. iliose who nave men ior me iouk ham. He refused and stood absolutely vhirh micht establish prece mail. Two eruptions were noted Sunday at Perkins 3b 21 4 the in charge term Senatorial nomination 'I he only pat on Turner volcano, prominent Louisville newspaper- dent' in future business relations, will Mt. Lassen, the California A 5 0 0 11 2 0 Miss Hester Entertains brought against Turner was that he was Democratic primary arc GovernorStan-Ic- J man, who is not counted at friendly to not recognize the interurban lines as which is in a state of activity after a Ovcrstrcet c 1 433 Bird p on the IS, McCrcary. Congressman A. O. One of the mot enjoyable affairs of deaf. Chiles was attacked Heckham. said that in his opinion railroads in the sense intended by the topse if vcars. A column of smoke es- Grimes lb 401311 tnd J. C V. Heckham. Heckham is an easy winner and that two and a half cent law. timate.! tn be 2.000 feet hifih was seen O'Uar.non cf the kmsimi was the party given Satur- ground of his advanced age and on the 0 42 For the short term former Congress-madttic.il day evening l) Miss ercie Hester, in gtound of irregularity tit his is over now, with the opposifrom a distance of fifty miles. One life Bright If 422001 David II. Smith, of llodgenville. the race t S"onamore. of record. These Mr. Fields met by affil.ni'.ir oi Mr No Railroad for Columbia Yet reported to have been lost. tion dwindling every day. is 00 of 40 Carter rf s davits and by jiroducing Montgomery and General Bennett H. Young, N. Lexington At the appointed hour Printed copies of the full opinion of Judge W. W. Jones, Walker Bryant. Louisville, have filed, and Johnson News of the Churches Units and mint were scrvul. af- coanlv registration books. Col. N". M. Tint. J. O, Russell. Clias. S. Mr. Justice Holmes in the "Kentucky 39 U 10 27 12 5 TOTAl "Hut the real issue was the personal Camden, of Woodford, will be a candi. F Mont- Harvester" cases has caused attorneys ter which tlio guest departed very the Hon. Rev. James L. Delk. who stirred Harris Summary. Two base hits Single and Fields at the date. J. W. Jolly, of Owensboro filed King's Mountain, with the greatest re- gomery, and committee James 'I hose who hail the pleasure strtiigth of Jaiue liv to veer in their opinions, the majority appointed tlic -- rul at the for the Progressive nomination. ton. Bird. Hill, three liasc nits run, of bring there were a follows Misse postoifice department vival that ever wa held in that sec- the Commercial Club, of Columbia, to now being inclined to the view that the home runs Hill 2, Bird 1; base on Chief Justice J. P. Ilobson, of ofthel Dodge, of Ohio, Gustavo Rankin, While House. tobacco pooling act will not be upheld. Kollin Hurt, of Co- tion, has opened up union revival in the visit Louisville and confer vvitli the and 3, off Singleton 1; "Reprcsintiitivc ricIiN isueil tlic of Monticello. tmrnh vva exploded in St. George S balls off Bird imie Kobinson, id Democrat- - Somerset court house, the Rev. Davis ficials of the Louisville Jt Nashville stall mult when he learned that lumbia, are entered tor the tangi- church. London, wrecking several pews struck out by Bird 7. by Singleton 8, Uurustih, Nellie I'erkin. of Someiset. nomination for Judge in the Third Ap- of the M. E. church, and Rev Dickey Railroad Co., and to cbtain some hits by bird 2, stolen bsse Singleton. 2; Iva Ktnkiii. I lien Scott. Jessie WimmI. the nomination of Mr. Turner had been pellate district. of the M. E. Church South, both pas ble facts as to the prospect of securing and stained windows. There is said to Iti-- 1 2, Hill 2, Embry 1, Perkins 3. I.) mi. Addie Scott. Sara Wood i cag scut to the Senate: Greensburg to Colum- be conclusive evidence that the explocanditors of the first M. li, cnurchcs of Som- a railroad from Due week remains in which Lmpire G. L. Penny. ditch and Mar "I lo ir, lletlie Wilton. Lena 'IVaylor. Miia-bei- h down lought my the lat the eiieui), went dates may file their petitions to get erset and other pastors arc assisting bia, have returned honi.- - and given out sion was the work of suffragettes. and face to with The Rev. Dr. John Vander Metilen, Miia lloltzelaw, Mae Dudderar, charge ol the the information that the Louisville & Delk--. who has Hustonville Defeats Middleburs was defeated. I am not dis their names mi the August primary Mr. encouragement pastor of the Second rrcsoytcriau iloluclaw. Carrie iiiluon, Katie while The entries close at midnight preaching both afternoon and evening. Nashville offered little discouraged, for I billot abled, neither am The Hustonville base ball team deHolm-law- . Kati- nderon. Luev 10n conversions at the sertoward putting the project on foot at church. Louisville, preached the baccaThere were , and feated the Middleburg boys by a score lilleii Mae lloluclaw. Kate Ilolu-claw- was in the right, with tlu constituency June 21. at Washington vices Mr. Delk held in King's .Moun tins lime. The only statement calcu- laureate sermon Lexington, Va. county of 4 lo 2 last week. The bittcries were l.illn- - Wilmot. Jennie Lawrence ol Mt Sterling and Montgomery , lated to be ati) thing like favorable made Lee University, tain. . . Herron Will Probably Recover rnold, Mamie Wilmot. l.ticilc behind me. It is not iligracelul to i;e Maud Five men are Head anil ten arc in a Hicks and Myers for ihe victors and. Good crowds continue to attend tin by the Louisville & Nashville ComCity Marshal Luther Iv. Herron. of revival service which are being con- - pany to the committee was that at some Columbus, O., hospital, perhaps fatally Comptott and Watkins for Middleburg. Du.l.lcrar. Ktlul Farmer, Mary Hank. defeated in fighting for that which is are invited to send ball of a gas explo-sioAnderson, Mamie Sloan. Ida hrieman. right, but it is disgraceful to surrender I oiivisii-- i who was shot by a negro duett-at the Baptist church hy Key. future time the builduu of a ,l,ad injured, as the result winch a gang of All base scoresteamsgomes into the 1. J., of de- - last Sunday afternoon and was at first div-in- s tight which of the Ikix Mbert SpH.nainore, I wait in a trench in Dr. uariy t through that section of country may be Mirs. en W tiiven Sam Sloan. Koli-ir- t that in openiscoiuli.it.through fear M D. Early, the pastor teat thought to be fatally wounded is now lor publication. How preacher ami is giving the considered, but that the line would be laborers were laying a main. Morrison "I hotild fight for the rights ot mv said to be getting along fairly will a very able Following the arrival of the troops Hester. Hratlley Wai-oi- i. gospel straight front built trom Campbcllsville to Columbia, future as I have in the and it is believed be will recover. One k.od Shirley Tate Diet in Tennessea in the provinces of Bologna. Fernra. l.mi. LuiiNay K'ankiu, Albert Scott. district in the Iom-- , shall enjoy the The singing is one of and not from Greensburg. the fhoulder U)ilc KVvimn ami Ferli. ltalv. it is believed of the bullets tint struck him in the left Jon than Rankin. Charley Scott. Chan- past, and win or Shirley Tate, a prominent young man have dis- limple came out at right temple', un- the verv delightful features of tlic meetof feeling that. Wi liani en consolation Curtis, Filbert Morgan. order will soon be restored in the Wreck on Carolina Special formerly of Mt. Vernon, and with many ing, the regular tyiptist choir bcuii: hn Romagna. cellor. Robert Scott. Hen Wilmot. Kay. charged my duty toward their coustituto charge passing below the base of the niwntvntcd by a number of good vocalJohn Simmons, a fireman,, was kill- tire' district of rights, Dudderar, J no. nits who have entrusted by warm friends in this seqtion, died last ;,vi-r:i- l optic nerves. Had ist front other congregations of the Mfr.oiis were nrostratcd itu.itil Traylor. Clarence biam iiid above the wtck at Sweetwater, Tenn. ed ami Sam Bryant, an engineer, was Ander-somy care." it deviated a hair's breadth it would citv Rankin. Icsse Lawrence. I'.lmer So far there have been' about M'rtin.sly injured in a collision between lightning shock during the storm that The deceased was 24 years old a Sherman Anderson. instant death or fa- half a ib zen additions. It is planned to north bound Cincinnati, New Orleans passed over F.vatisvillc Saturday night, splendid druggist and true type of Calvin lleter. have resulted in to Moonshine Raid in Mountains SiUi vveik. blindness. property damage amounting tal Will Dudderar. ciMit'iute the meetings on this . Kentucky manhood. For several )cars it Texas Pacific railroad train No. 14. when II w ling, done. A C. Yeager. Il.uiv (.oggin, Ldwm Deputy Collector. M E. Conference at Perryville knovn as the "Carolina Special." and $100,000 was Roosevelt HI., Col. Roose-veil'- s he was clerk for Clias. G. Davis the of Deputy consisting Theodore Strother Carter . The Maples" Withdrawn a posse wiih Mt. Vernon druggist, took a course at 'lite district conference of the Melho two (reight engines near Somerset Monfirst grandson to bear the family the Lotiisvillc School of Pharmacy, L'nitid States Marshals. K M Young, larm oi vam. i A disi Church was in session day. All four coaches were turned he sji l'igg, Roscoc Rowling. G. J. '.lktn, of near Lancaster, The Maples" Medal Winners at C. U. name, was bom in New York to Theo. passed a most creditable examination fifty over lames inNone of the passenger!, was in Perryville last week. About the Giutry and K. H. Flannel y. returned ulni-l- i mUcrtise-i- l dorc Roosevelt. Jr.. and Mrs. Roosevelt. under the Stale Board of Indiana, then to be sold was dele kales, besidis a large number of jured The Ortnand Heatty l'rize for Command of the Atlantic fleet I to took a place with the Carroll Drug Co., Sattuday from a very successful MX no' sold. Capt Klkiit at the earnest so- visitors attended. This district i average in the Senior be.--t and licitation o flus friends, withdrawing I'.ar- - days' raid through Clay, Jackson be the reward of Rear Admiral following cities: Bur-gi- n Leo Salmon, he worked comprised ol the Danville Fish Liari received bv Joint in Mexican of Morristowu, Tenn. where Owsley counties. Four big moonshine it from the market, at least temporaril) Bumf de, Corbin. Dtnville, Mcisrs. Miller Lee. Augustus Rog--r- F. Fletcher for his wrk for several months and less than a year '"Thc'llinry Utrrvt Hohlc Latin prize outlit were destroyed. a plcndnl farm, well situated 'I his i Lancaster, London. Mt. Oli-Thomas P. Currv. Arch Robert- waters. ago tortued a partnership with a Mr. The American litter New ork. whose Childriss )f Sweetwater, Tenn., under After nst of only two days, Mr. t. Moreland. Mitchellsburg, McKcn. son nid William B. Thomas, of Dangold watch, for the best Latin student Howling,a with another posse, set out and an ideal home. in as a result of bein the firm name of Tate & Childress. He was awarded due. Perr.vville. Richmond, Robertsc ville, motored over last evening, took side was stove Pretoria off Nantucket In the Sophomore ela Rockcastle Mason to Obeive St. John's Day Chapel, Stanford, Somerset, and supper at Hie i'hoenix and returned struck by the , din F. White of Columbiu. Ter.n. on the same mission to rapidly grew in favor and admiration lie dicounty, and has not vet returned New York with 650 passengers. of the vva of Sweetwater, and at the home be the light of the moon, said The local lodge of Masons will obFreshman scholarship the has with him Deputy U. S. Marshal serve St. John's Day June The Rev. Dr. J. Sprole Lyons, pasto time of his sickness was enjoying a fJ by held Monday's Lexington Leader. This A missionary conference was vided between Hugh Ho. of Savage, of War. is M v.. urn' l.i F.. I'liiu and Roscoe special strvice at the Presbyterian with Presiding Elder W. E. Arnold m party contained several of the most of the First Presb)terian church Less than two City. Tenn., and Grey years, has splendid run of business. happilv marriHowling, lloth Mr. Howling and Mr. church for twenty-tw- o years ago he was most ai 10 ,.0 o'clock A. M. The sir the chair. The following young men cdehratul fish liars in the United. Louisville oung arc proving to be hard workers mon will be preached by Rev. M. I). were licensed to preach Grover Moi-ro- Sstatts. Most of them are members accepted a call to Atlanta. icholurship was won "The Sophomorj Miss Willie Benton. The relaws of Kentucky were ed to were brought to Mt. Vernon on The anti-trulenn. mil both are making good officers. of Florida. J I. Davis. William of the Hermitage Fishing Club, which Earlv. Special music by picked choir. bv jolm F WhiU- of Co umh.a.Richard London I'.cho. Supreme mains has a shack on the Cumberland river, ilrciil.nl by the Unilcd Statesbecause of Tuesday morning and lakin to the home Tne public is cordiall) invited lo lie Yrung. Benjamin Franklin, E. liid the lunior scholarship by license re a few mi'es Ezra Franklin, Franklin, from Burnstde, where Court to be unconstitutional of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Griffin, being liimlap. ot uanviue sea von when the neighbor-I- v present. Now is the The some marvelous things of a pisca- "vagueness" and unreasonable detmnds deemed inadvisable to go home on ac. newed, Roy Rice, L. C. RaUton of twenty-tecon- d The hoiist-flvdiops in and takes a seat on 11. the opinion being delivered in the liar-testfollowing )ouiig preaclurs will go at torial inturc have happened. On one to Sam Policeman Found Dead Medal vva count of the jeriout illness of his moth, Ora-HcTrust cases. the flypaper. of missionaries to foreign countries, hav- - occasion Mr. Thomas nearl) lost hi services were held by Mr, Roliinson. of Danville, ami the Juno Austin Patrolman Efforts to effect a settlement of the er. Short and at 2.30 P, M.. the lwdy of old. VvllO ll.lll 1CCII ng graduated at Asbttry Bible (.allege. life in a combat with an enormous dispute between the Westinghouse com- W. II. Cox Medal to J. J. Uclhurum. l.'rniil. furl f,S Take Plenty of Time to Eat R Hoire. hickory shad, one of the most venom-ou- t 1'1I4, Rev George . .....ftiil Frankfort M'ce force for 20 das of striking em was laid to rest in Elmwood cemetery There is a saying that "rapid eating on the died suddenly in bed at his home if Louisville, lo Africa, the Rev. James reptiles to be found in the vicini- panies and their 10,000 to await the final summons. The Hrneit mm were neguti uv iiuuic k! veais. aveii not it ai'ii's..w"ls you Sunday atfernoon. He was on duty R, lloyles, of Louisville (o China, the ty of the llcnuita;ie Club. Mr. Thomas ployesPittsburg, natiuoi ,ch were received by Turtle Creek and Brad-docRev. Will II Kirby and wife, of Statin-loSwope and S. 1. the habit of eating too rapidly discoverer of the bird known East is aUo the million bushels of Nine hundred Trinloil. and S. K. Saturday night and ate a hearty inca' Va.. will leave for Africa, with as the butter duck. arc most likely suffering from record for the about noon Sunday. He ltou'g. of Danville That Federal Judge Emory Spcer. wheat, a new prospective total Uniteil or lonstipation. which will re- when he awoke Bishop V I. Hartzwell on his return yieiu will be cleared by .the States, is the illness unless lay down afierward and wa dead when If )ou have the itch, don't scratch. of Georgia, the House subcommittee of the country this year, according to rk.mh.riatn'i Colic. Cholera and sult eventually in sciiousbegins in the wife went to call him. Heart diicasc The Rev Will Hall mid wife to China. finding of Digestion corrected. Remedy, It does not cure the trouble and makes which investigated his conduct is the announcement by the Department of Diarrhoea supMsed to be the reason. feeling, loss of the skin bleed. Apply BALLARD S bilious, half-sicexception mouth. Food should be thoroughly was Agriculture. without family Every gent belief in Washington. masticated and insalivated. Then when affected by worms mergy, and constipated Imwels can be ssvnw I.IV1MENT Rub it n Children that are ho iVkcci. till. I'VP'XVutimer vou have a fullnett of the stomach or Richard P. Ernst hat announced Ins relieves relieved with surprising promptness by ly on the affected parts. It Cant Ktop It Secret dttriiig the hot wea eating, take are pale and sickly ?nd liable to candidacy at a Republican for the Unit brings itching instantly and a few applicaColic. Cholera ieel dull and stupid after The splendid wo- t- of Chamberlain's sonic fatal disease. WllllliS using Hl'RBINE. The first dose n oi hs Chamberlain's Tablets. Many many one of Chamberlain's tbc cause llius Permit-t- ed Statct. the tions remove worth CRIvVM VERMIFUGE expels worms improvemi nt. a few dose put Tablets is daily becoming more wide. ami lliarfhoea Kenudy is fine, vigorous ei'ldinon a permanent cure Price 25c, 50c. tet ere cases of ttoinach trouble anil Iv known. No tuch grand remedy for itr cost when needed a"1!'1 constipation have hem cured hy the uic promptly and puts the child on the system in Oliver Bldlnir he Shugars' Dmi; ml $1.00 per Ixitt'.e Sold by Shugart county (or 124. Cultivators la Garrard stomach and liver troubles hat ever I rice 50c Sold by certain to I "".led before tor of these tablets. They are easy o road to health. Price 25c per bottle. Store, Stanford. Ky and Lytic 11 s J rug J. R. Mount, Sob It Co., Stanford, Ky., and Lytic tre been known. For talc by all dealcrt, summer it over. It has no superior d. take and most agreeable III effect. Sold Sold bv Shugars' Diug Store. "Stanford, Lancaster, Ky. C rah Orchard. I' n Crab Orchard, Ky for which it is In Irnde 'by Ky., and Lytic Bros., Crab Orchard. all dealers. dealers. Uuy it now. For tale by all Mcth-b)tcTia- Circuit Court .Adjourns Circuit Court adjourned lure Saturday after a three week's term, A number of cases were disposed of. although tlic dockit was not entirely cleaned up. A jury awarded Ed. Murphy, of Kings Mountain, damages $3,0)0 against the C, N. O. A T. 1'. Ky.. for a broken leg that he sustained, while utkmg for the railroad at Danville. lie sued lor SIU.IKXI damages. rhe case of II. II. Cur against Alice Ha tics wa decided in lavor of I lie defendant. The case was over the estate of Anderson Carr. I lie grand jury after much investi gation rituined 58 indictments. HUNTER OUT, WILLSON CandiSenatorial and Congressional dates Fllinf Their Fetitloni Smallpox in Pen at Frankfort News comes from Frankfort that smalliox has broken out in the stale there, and considerable penitentiary alarm prevailed lor a while among the inmate. There arc said to be eight cases of smalliHix, all among the con victs, who have hccii segrcgatcil in the pothouse ami every precaution taken It is to prevent a general ipidctuic. said that the belief is that germs of this loathsome disease were bro.tght inside the penitentiary walls Jiy incoming prisoners. During the recent sesc was sion of the legislature a caused by three members being taken down with smatlHjx. The sacrc proved shortlived however. near-pani- GAS STRUCK AT 210 FEET DAVE LOGAN PASSES AWAY SUNDAY SCHOOL BOYS And Oil Men Think a Big Pool Will Prominent Boyle Cititcn and Democrat Be Found at About 300 It Suddealy Taken 0RGANIZEJ3ALL LEAGUE ;i 11 1 fifty-seven- th Meth-Bylcria- ti warmly-attac- hed o m Aii Van-san- en-tr- ie - s. i .Metlt-b)tcria- n ef-i- o out-siok- "II'-doc.t- ! 110 14 19 10 10 Ken-luck- S sur-vc)- out-au- 10 12 10 vf nt ie-no- ri news-pape- r C Meth-b)tena- Tl3 01000000 i 01 10003 Mcs--ing- ir c, dia-trih- 117 13 10 10 113 r -. 10 ivyo-ce- - it- l 112 113 10 14 110 10 All-er- dcli-cum- 1 1 Wil-mo- 1 n 1 1 n. Holtr-cl.iw- ''," 1 i yf ."" s. vi Wil-nior- d c F' - er V,-- .T lF"''of u, k. tndi-gesti- con-tra- ct ut Bit AK , rJV.. 1 W !. aU !1a!xs a ,0'titV n..' U'..Ai,fc iA? 1.4 - TMB ir IHTimOK JOPKWAt 8TAKMP. KIWTPCKY WSV aVOT TUESDAY, JOWK IS, 1M The Interior Journal WvH When in Danville, shopping, visit Our LADY ELIZABETH REFRESH- 8MKLTUN M. I A HAUKI.KY rroprtflef IN ADVANCE YKAK l 8TlUCll,T tcmt Entrrri tint! til ntur. I Sfnfmri u fas&y MENT SHOP. Everything to eat and drink. Cooled by electric fans. Clean and sanitary. See how restful it is, just for a few moments ' Davis Drug Store Next to Court House For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your Light Weight Underwear, Snirts, Straw Hats. . A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. J. F. Cummins Go To w T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. 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, VicePres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound man SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, $-5- JUNE 2lsl 0 Round ffl'ffltM SPECIAL TRAIN $1.50 Round Trip Trl. Uivm JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. K ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING GOLF OTHER NOTED RESORTS HtBOcrtoafUU, WayBctvilU, Br.vard, Saluda. MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Hot Springs, Flat Rock Lake Toxaway Tjrrom, SOUTHERN PREMIER CARRIER RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH Tt furtW ialMnutlsn m local .i.Dt or oddtw, B. K. Todd. D. P. A. Loul.viil., Ky. Jmo rfM 9rMNr Stanley Is one of the mint dangerous nun in public life in Kentucky, He u It ( tttre4liifnw. ttlrrrpatwtrtn o pifinl as an orator that lie can ethrr ftrm.A II tunOu and hrl a Mtra at tnr. t will pravaal huoar4 yon II. make an ignorant liearcr liclirve of aMiara oi iruum. Mack U white. The troulile K lie n a "Tail It B Th Ball" iuncruptitou and unreliable in mot of ln MatcincnM ,n lie i gifted in voice ami vehemence. He ccm to care THE STATE AID ROAD LAW nothing for the truth, if he can corc a jvimililc advantage against his Prof. Tfiretl Explains Bcneliti of New Measure to Kentucky cimiirnt. The term demagogue i loo mild to apply to him. Prof i). . Terrell. I'rofesosr of Highway Fugiiu'eriug of State hat ptihluheil in the Tr.iutit Va J.illard s vote a "sin ot a "vir. the official publication of the tuc?" Mr. Stanley? Von seemed t.i of Mav, of Civil iCiigmccring. the folCollege A leac the question try open and talk low excelhut digest of the ro.i.l but m ed ;n if oii didn't know' uhich it was patsid by the l'i4 Legislature, after he had called )ou in jour speech winch lie presents sonic ol the opii ro.ul tunnies in at Danville. It there as much douht in building, for men vngaged load prob and dtcues the mi.ld about it. as our explanalem from an educational st.itiilM'tut. tion to him, seemed to indicate? Let's Prof. Terrell's Ankle 'The ilre.iin of good ro.ul for heir from jou uon me stihjcct. is uotv one that can be realiied, since the 1''I4 egisiatttre p.issvd three hill which when important Dawson Spring it a mightv nice ver place for convention and other such put tutu practice, will put good roads gatherings as the K. i'. learned l.it within the reach of ewi the pontes' week All the Ixiyt and girh b'lrst. a bill teem- counties in th- - State, ed to enjoy themselves trvtniiuloutly. revising tin road laws of 'Jll. This bill does not make any material change in the old laws, except to niak, Willi free mail delivery, oil vvcIN and the sekction of road ingitiiirs and tin a new hotel all within the ratine of ot tarly possibilities old Stanford hasn't thodt the working dirt roads d,optional with fiscal eoiirts, scent. House been shoved very far off :hc map t Hill 5'J, which riads as follows , weather. '"An Act Declaring Certain I'ublic Roads a Svstem of Tiiblic State High wavs and Tiiblic Works of the Stale of Go out ami root for your f.ivontcs Kentucky. the Church l.eamic ball game "'He it in.iclcd by the General A sinibly of the Ciiinmoiiweilth ol Ken Beckham Strong in Hopkins tuiky: A special dispitch from Madison-,- . Section I. There is hereby err sa-"Tllc Senatorial race m alcii a s.jtetn ol I'ublic Mate Hgh county is getting interesting, wavs which shall consist of roads USE ALLEN'S F00T-EAS- E J C. W. llecklum will get connecting the county seat of each The antiseptic iondcr to be shaken one of the largest votes cast fur a count) ol the Commonwealth with tlu into the shoo. If )oti waul rest and Senator, and the prospects arc that county seats ol the adjoining coun comfort for tired, aching, swollen, he will defeat Congressman A. O. ties by the most direct and practical sweating feel. Use Aliens Fintt I ae It Stanley. tin. relieves corns and bunions of all pain Gov. McCrearj will .hardlv route, and the 'ountv seats of he known m this county. The vote border counties, of the Commonwealth and prevents blisters, sore and cat of the Confederate veUraus ahd been with the State line on the most direct lolls tiKits. Jut the tunc for Dancing conceded to McCrcary early in the and practical route leading from saiu I antes, i'atent Leather Shoes, and r race, but now a great majority of these county seats to the county seats of I're'akiug in new shoes. It is the greatare twins to vote for Heckham, anil the adjoining counties m the adjacent est comfort discovery of the age Try are suportng him in various vvas. states. Tlu.se roads shall be the first it lodav. Sold ccr where. J5c Don't "Notwithstanding this is the home to receive State aid, and after such accept any substitute For FKI'L trial district of Congressman Stanley and roads are constructed in any count) oi packag;, address Allen S. Obiisted, Lr Hopkins has in the past supported the Commonwealth, tlu n all other roads Ivoy, N. Y. hun, it will now give Beckham a good to which stale aid is furnished thereaf majority. Pastors of th; different ter may be dinned public State churches of the city art lined up ofr and all such roads eligible to u. tug soii.ething :n the Way ol" ru.ul imGov licckham. and the temperance ceive State aid under the provisions of provement. In the next ten )ears more forces in Hopkins county will sup)ort thi act shall be dccmid public works than a billion if dollars will be spent in the Cnited Stales for roau construe hun. It seems from the hard work that of the Sominonwc; lib." "It can be steit from the text oi tiou and it will be necessary to educate is being done in favor of Gov. licckham by the moral anil temperance le- this bill that the Generil Assctnhiv a great number of men to direct the gions in the county thai IJeckham is intinls that evirv county teat shall expenditure of this monev in order that their choice in every respect. The vet- be ioune.tiil vvilh ver other count it may be done in the most economical whv seat of the Stale with a hard surfaci way. We therefore can not Mcerans who have supported Gov. Crcary in ever) thing he has wanted in road. The value of such a sjstem of the profession of Highwav Lugine-crinthe past ears, claim he ha had enough roads can not be The is not at present a most desirable pin estimated. tcssion for any )oung man to elect" of public office and should retire." way was gottin out by the Departwhifi ment of Highway Lugincering, the proiKisitiou of the State aid was RECORD WHEAT CROP IN VIEW Features to New Auto Law The new automobile law passed by before the General Assi'ttihl) anil was the 1914 Legislature became effective published a number of tunes by the And Other Crops Will Probably Be Louisville Times, later by the last Friday. Bountiful id Kentucky This Year farm and Family. LexThe law forbids the driving of any vehicle at a speed greater than is 'rea- ington Leader and the Southern Good When of Commissioner of Agriculture J W this s.vstcm sonable and proper." The following are Ko.uU. limits placed as "reasonable and pro- roads is completed there will then lie Newman has issued the following re the State about six thousand miles port on crop conditions in Kentuck) em in per", any greater being prima-faci- a evidence of unreasonable and improper of Slate Highway. These reads should June 1st conand no doubt will be, vvtieti The month of May wat an iiuumi.i1 speed: In closely built-u- p sections of first class roads in ever) ly drv one in Kentucky, incorporated cities ten miles an hour; structed, The crop respect. in residence districts fifteen miles an coming to this office as of June " I be Legislature did not foreet tlra 1st, show that there was practical!) in higbwas outside of the business hour; and residence sections twenty miles an it would take money to build these rainfall in Kentuck) from Ma) Sth l hour On a curve, corner or crossing, roads, and therefore passed a bill pro- June 1st. Almost. every rejKirt speaks ol viding for a road fund by creating a ihe drouth, but the damage up to June where the operator's view is obstruct5 per cent tax on $100 worth of proped, eight miles an hour is the limit. 1st has not Since tln seriout. A driver must come to a full stop in erty. This will bring into the State linn- copious rains have fallen in main $oUU.OOO annually. portions eif the- state, Tne best ranis passing a frightened horse or near a Road Fund about "The State proose' in this act to liavc occurred in the central and eat street car taking on or discharging pay half of the cost of const ructioi. tern portions of the State', and showers patstngcrs. Any city may, however, pass traffic laws that place the spied or reconstruction ol anv ro.ul in Hie over limited areas have occurred in the State, provided that the road be built western sections. limits lower than the statute. Wheat cutting has begun in the The f ranters of the law were gener- under the direction of the State Road However, no county southern ortioii of the State', and the ous in providing fines and equally un. Commisioner .selfish in finding acts which can be can receive in one jear more than i indications are that we will have a crop in Kentuck) Condi punished. Some of the law's infractions per cent, of the total amount paid into the State Ko.ul Fund. It is not the lion is given at 'Ai per cent at the ana th.'ir penalties are: of the harvest, and it now too Fine of $10 for fictitious chauffeur's intuition of llus bill to work a hard ship on the county, but to help Hi' ate for we'itlier conditions to prevent badge. bet a dollar's worth of work the maturing of a large weld ol wheat unFine of $15 for "inplojer of for every dollar expended, and it was of splendid quality. 'Ihe crop has but licensed chauffeur. ikx.i one danger to run now, and that it. an bine of $10 for unlicensed chauffeur. designed cscpcially to help the Fine of $15 to $50for intoxicated counties, for such counties are much excessive rainfall while in shock R)c Representatives of has its own. and the condition is given indebted to the operator of motor vehicle. Fines $10 to $100 for use of fictitious Jefferson county for the stand mev at V.? per cent This crop is practicallv took in procuring the passage of the made, iiother crop that is made and automobile licenses. Fine ot $15 to $100 for person under bill, while Jefferson county will pa) ready for harvest is the llluegrass tied a crop! which will be large and ot good lu who drives car without parent o into the road fund over $100,000 )car, and it can not take out mon ipiality Conditio'! of llluegrass is giv. guardian Cancellation of vihicle license for than $IJ,UU0 in one vrar At the en at 'Mt per cent. acre-agHie is givin at lX per owner who fails to reiiort discharge of same time tile county witli a million dollars worth of property will pay into cent, while the condition is stated at chauffeur because of drunkenness. the road fund $5(U and can get out S" per ciut. The d.'otith to a certain Two to five jears in the penitentiary six and twelve thousand dollars Vent has affivl M both the planting for taking machine without owner's by properl) complying with the law. of corn and the condition of that plant consult. Under Hie law a county can vote I lie damage I. to com. However, is Forfeit of chauffeur's license on conIht.iIs for the construction or recon probably not very great, as the rains viction drunkenness. Fine of $10 to $50 for violation of struction of roads not to exceed five that have fallen since the filst ol June any section not specially enumerated. per cent, of the valuation of the coun-t- will retnedv much of the trouble nidi the and the St'ite will pay to by the rein iris. Oats, however. This inav be augmented by five to thircoma!) its proportional part from the with an acre-agof 8' per cmt. has uf ty days in all. Mate Road I'liud until it lias pan! an fcred materially in condition, the latter ilic new license prices follow: equal to oue-haof the bond dropping to 74 per cent. A rain would horse- - amount For vehicles of twenty-fiv- e issiuv The law also provides for an help- the oats crop some-- , but this can ovrr or less, between twenty-liv- e additional tax which shall be net H)ssiblv be-- a heav) crop this )car and fifty, $11, and above fifty horse sinking fund to pay of loiiacco inns nave suiieieu in a nowcr, '(20. A motorcjele registration used for a Under the s)stem the bond. a meisure frim the drouth. Lack of fie is $5. county with $1,000,000 worth of proper- moisture has prevented the transplant The examination for chauffeurs to in bonds and can ing of plants at the nroper tune, and establish their right to licenses are to ty can vole $50,000 pay llus off in len )cars. The coun there are complaints of the bo held as follows worth of property ting too large for transplanting This Louisville, first Monday in Decem- ty with can damage, however, can not be considered vote in bonds and ber; Lexington, first Monday in Feb can them "$3X1,000 eleven out in )ears. Since as very serious. Oi'iilltimi of Hurley ruary. Mavsville, first Monday in April; pa) the state proposes to pa) half of anv tobacco is given at per cent, alio Howling Green, first Monday in July; iiond issue, look like a bad I'aducah. first Monday in September, proposition it does not any county to that of dark tobacco Ml per cent Un to bond worms are doing considerable damage and Covington, first Monday in May, to both corn and tobacco. Until then the commissioner ot mo- the I'init. "The law further provides for a Alfalfa and orchard grass are both tor vehicles at Frankfort will have the State inspector on lach piece of given at N per cent, and nave not sul right to issue licenses. or reconstruction undertaken fired as much from the dr null as voting by the coutitv in which State money is clover and timothy, which show a conto be Used. This provision is to insure dition of 78 per cent. I'otaloes have the State as well as the county of value suffered matenall), dropping to a con. received for money spent. There is one ilition of per cent Harden condi tlnngtb.il must not be overlooked in the tions are given at W per cent. I lie w rallswu Tt tvatntntalltirl. Hat building of roads, and that is the fact prospects for a large fruit crop remain :ira, VumUU, ilackch. IUalxh and I paiaa. luur ruuorr uac ii ia that roads can not be built without road good, but the strawberry crop was cut snr acba la tor put ot tlt body Ii builders, in other words, engineers. One to about Ml per cent of a crop as the ra wez uSOo,lima, Ml DrugtjUti At might a- - well undertake to send out result of the drj conditions at maturity. ala aa4 a snip vvitiiout a captain as to mulct Indications are for a large blackberry B9U lion i 41 Ul a system of roads without engineers. crop, this being given at 'X per cent, Where are the engineers to coiue from' grapes al 87; apples, 78, peaches. 84; The Department of Civil and Highwav pears, 72, and plums. 78 per cent. Lngineering offers three courses to All live stock is in gixnl condition, First, a four-)eroad building. comparatively speaking, with lambs Hache-lo- r course leading to a degree of to show the effect of short TO THE PUILIC of Civil Fngiiiecring, second, a two pastures. Condition of horses is given designed for men who at 95 per cent cattle 'M; hogs 91; and ) ears' course I represent the largest and best elolhing house in this conn-t- o wish to prepare for practical work in a sheep and lambs at 00. Young Itirke-Ld V. I'rtce & Co.. Chicago. Ill, short time1 and who are not prepared have suffered from the Ik at. and their, My experience in measuring and di- for a college, course. Third, a two condition is given at 8J per cent; ducks recting the making of our clothes, wcks' course-- the purpose of which is ai 90 per ent. and chickens at 95. gives me the advantage over one who to review .the latest and most scientific I lie nay crop has Ik en cut down some will methods of road building; and to out- by Jack of moisture. is not a practical tailor. If vou give nic vour order 1 will promise you line a course of study in such a way Taken as a whole--, the wheat, hav and a t'liiare deal. You will get the worth that it can be continued after leaving bltugrass setd crops are assured, while of jour money, either in the cheaper ihe university. the corn and tobacco crops are not in'The good roads movement is swtet. jured to an irreparable extent. Season-abl- e grades or the higher priced. My spring Kentucky line of tamnles are r.ow rtaily Iior )ouring the nation. Not only is weather can )tt make this )ear a inspection. Call and let me show you ' iir.ivrpt&ifiu in lh mat! mritfmftit. Imf prosperous one to the farmers in Ken. in the Union is do- - lucky. H. C. RUPLEY. Tte Practical Tailor. incut tvery state Antiseptic Salve ar f rat M. ! mi miliar Ida tfcta. m't ito in irflmflhrwlllb. miiiiont m ft ft aty W M-- BttVS A I nm A Woman's Foot IF A WOMAN can become spoiled about anything, or is prouder cf one part of her body than another, it is over her foot nice, rich silk hose, over a straight, well arched and shoes. g woman's foot, inside a stylish, LOW SHOE, is cer tainly attractive. good-fittinn mlm y, Keii-tuck- v '". These SILK HOSE we have-iblack, tan and white, at LOW SHOES in patents, dull leathers and fabrics, in oxfords, straps and pumps, at 50c and $1.00 S, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 They are New They are Pretty They are Good. T- t H. - McROBERTS Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY is a safe, prompt, ef- lix-ljo- fective remedy. It gives an immediate and grateful sense of relief, checks irritatton and discharge, renders breathing free and restores general comfort. The Rexall Guarantee is given with every purchase of Rexall Catarrh Spray. This means, if it fails to satisfy, every cent paid for it will be returned to you. Complete treatment $1.00. high-wa)- Penny's Drug Store "The Rexall Store" se-- Courier-- Ejfefrj5 OXFORDS Journal, MaPQallSkV "Once Again" be-e- - BaaaH d-breaking have just received a new line of sizes, lasts and shades in he NEW CROSSETT LOW CUTS the Shoe that never loses its shape, that al ways fit well and nice enough. Prices lower than other makes. Come in here and give your feet a fair trial and you will be a "CROSSETT" customer. W Robinson's "Honor Roll Bank" Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Transit No. 73-235. e fr v, e ll $; - LINCOLN GOUNTYINATIONAL BANK Corner nt itCouit I loeix Stanford, Ky. 7-- I IE 9'tt I When you come to Stanford. Mon day, don't fail to see that "INDIANA SILO" u MnfFarmer: ar made-to-onl- ir ) on the Eubanks' lot, near L. & N. Depot. Give me your order early. I have sold 31 during April and May. "THERE IS A REASON." W. P. KINCAID, District Agent P'i THK INTKRtOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY HUSTONVILLE TUESDAY, JUNK 16, 1914 (irofKc I), Florence was in f.ancas tcr Monday, Mrs. f. V. I.aruc, of LniiUvlllc, itiictt of her shier, Mrs, Cciri;e Di llonlc Tiieil.iy CMfctMlhRotTMCttlKLrftr Jin, l.oK.in McC.ill ami little siMcr, K illiormc, arc Iho They may clrar ont I he, Intcstlnsl trx-t- , kiicU of Mrt. J J bile but do not rlieT the lUmmeil-uMil all at MarcHlmrK. Ymr ago May Apple Hoot (rallrd po- Ml eophyllin) u a but brought etarter. Miv Will Dilliim, of f.onl.n, wIki It griped fearfully, online has horn vUilinir her ilcr, Mrs, Jos blip. Fmlophylhn with the tripe lil'n oat li now to be bid tinder tho name. I'll C'lfff) filuiiiril home S.ilttnl.iy, y Taking Lydia E. Pink- Mr ami Mrs IM Walker lute re. tiiriml In (heir home at Lancaster after hain't Vegetable i istt to Mr mil Mrs W. O Walker Compound. Mis Clara Coojicr, who taught at Calif., this rar is at home OvHanrl, Ohio "My loft nlils with her iarints, Clerk ami Mrs. ( II pained me no for aovurnl yenr Unit t ix'l'tr I ,, , M l ,n HiMi II.. I to iiciinrur, RRRhHE73I cxtirotetl nn have to ii1'19 Kitests .mi Ins sntrrs. Misses wire HEARD ABOUT TOWN umli-rirHinf oith "' at Cr.ili Orchard Saturday and lton, but the flrnt J II Woner and W II Ovcrstrcct bottle I took of ij Olllll'.l Salltc Mills C raiir ami I' ml. have liught the Ford louring car ownMlses E. Pinkham'a line ed lloikir, of Stanford, arc the K'"'ts car by J R Harris. Tlicy will use this Vegetable to carrv passengers. La pound ri'lMvcil Com- - I in ,i r. ami .Mrs. j n, 11.111(411111.111 rmof Ii.UHIIIr .MCS enger the, pains In my altln Harris ami Thomas Coleniau got in Miss I ngttic l;ishlaek, of Ml i, and I continued Its irgiuia, lat who was with her grandparents, from the I'niversit) of 1 iK'cnmo wuk, where Ixith made splimlid HUKe until Hon. ami Mr II II King, of Morcl.md 111 studiis and alhlctics frs-has riturnid home. jreRulnr and News has hull riceived here from )j I from pains. I hnd M, Lincoln Lodge No Ml F .1 . Inaki-t- l announcing the arrival revernl doc Detroit, eoiiferrul the V. A iltgree uiion Mattor If there was anything I eoulrl of a little Idaughter at Iht home of Mr. thew I'liircl and Harris tollman at mil Mmr. ' ami Mrs take to help mo and they snld tlu-lLouis deiiton, of I rah Orchard, was the regular uniting Momla) night was nothing that they knew of. I am hire short his n thankful for such a good iniiliclrif and homea from time Monday, onre he lurii Kubirt II. Coffiv. win is me of the t incmu.iti, win had will always jrlve It tho hlRhest praise." hi eu for sivcral davs. ll.et nun mi the road for the (..irbnk Mrs. C, II. niilKKlTll, 7305 Madison j Mis Anne lee Woolltlk, of LexingPacking Co, with luadipiartirs at Ave., Cluveland, Olilo. ton aftir Mien ling seviral davs with Pittsburg. Pa , is t home for bis sumHanover, I'a. "I tsuITeriil from fe-- I Mrs W' K Warner wim to Livingston mer vacation of a couple of weiks, and is net iv nig the glad hand from his main trouble and tho pains were an bad j to visit Mrs J K N'eighlMirs I. II of fey. Frank at time thnt 1 roulil nnl lt ili.un Tli. i lap! J. several tdavs of weik fori. host i.f friinds here. ., lien tins lie .1 . .l..i uvutr niiwpi-i- i t a ni'vuru (Krntion out brought his tittle sou. Master William Count t Clirk (iiorge II CiMipir is at my husband Rot mo I.ydia K. I'inkhum'a Slulhy loffc) here to spnul the sumhis iot again aflir .1 few days' illness VeRetahle Comiound and I exM'rienciil mer with his grandparents, Mr. and ol stomaeli trouble This jHipular ofgroat relief in a short time. Now I feel Mrs Joseph Coffey. ficial has to get might) suk before he like a new person and can do a hard (.omit) ttorney and Mis K'odm.m gives up the ship No man anywhere day's work and not mind It. What joy W Keition, of llariodsliurg, were the works harder than he does, nor is there and happiness it Is to In- - well once more. guist, of Dr ami Mrs T W Ptnuing-I01- 1 an official more popular in any county am always ready ami ulllinr; to speak ilam, of in the state. Suinl.i. Mrs. Martha a Rood wonl for the ComKiund. "- Mrs. lliistonville. came down to hir two rlliui W'.illin, of Columbus, Ohio, ADA WII.T, l'.HJ Stock St, Hanover, Pa. daughters that 1l.1v who one of the four stockhobltrs of Mr and Mrs W II McKinue) and the is If Iherr air any rnmpliratlnni jim Kngmau Matthews Mange Co.. of In not understand write to I.Tilla K, laughter. Miss N'aucy Katherme Me South Ileml. Ind, was here this weik l'lnkhnm Nnllrlnr Co. (confidential) Ktnni'V, are spimlmg seviral il.ivs with 11. atliml the burial of his nephew, Mr ami Mrs I II llaughman at "Hill-toll- " h.r'.I Ljnu,Mss. Tnurletterwllllieopeni'il, Tate Mr Wall in has bicn read and answered by a woman and south of Da iville in the stove business for many )iars held la strict ronlldrure. t,ii" south of Danville and his made a nice little fortune Miss Laura Carter entertamul a Mt Niiriiiii Signal. nmnLer of her Sitmlav school pupils, PERSONAL and SOCIAL the McCormack's church and friends at !rv F F. Stone. J II. Muer, J. It C. II. Mocr and Ma'tlicw Fcnul hir home in the country on last Thurs. Quiimnbirr) and Ollie P Huffman dav aftcriKMin S1ter.1l games of rook 'iMiprisnl a partv of Danville gt'utle-lie- n were in London Monday, who motored lo Lexington yestir A. ti. L.kiIjiiiI, ot Louisville, sat wire ida.ved during the pleasant afternoon Dilighttul refreshmiuts were lav on .1 pleasure and trip. lure Mvrr.it dij tliu vsulc Ml aie Muiahtt sirvul. and were tiilertam-- d Miss llail Sluiie w the K"st of Mis', during part of their stay here b) happ) pair took the train Ihurs-daJewil SMNinamore at llulil.le for Kentiickv Miss Lucy Lie state Commander M F. I.lkui, who Mr Henry Zimtiunn.m. of Liitmsilli. Wa'ti mid Mr Oivslev Walton Tliev has tin- "glad hand" for bis was with frienjs lure Suml.i). ioic Orlando, hut there is no place like Maccabeis I.ixingtou Leader. Mrs Lime Tucker riturnid to her the ohl Kiutuckv home to them I'ty home at Cedar Creek haturday. routi tliev vvll' Mop a fiw davs with William Swope, of Lancaster, Kv Miss Annette W'raj, of D.mvillc, is their uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs I' wi from tin ruiullv grailuatul K Orlando, Fla. railtil school of that place, has taken Walton in tlanla. the itiieM of Miss Frances Tote. M lltovvii. of llro.llir.iil. was KeHirtcr-StaMr I. a KiMtion with the llmr Clay Firt I tit's Miss Mart'n Clark iiitertaiuul Insurance Company of this cit), and tlttKurtt of Mrs. V. II. O'ltjiinon. C.Kluer M II Salm and wife are a number of her 'muds last Thursday rrivtd here this wuk to assume hi the KC.ismn bung her tiflli new diitiis. He is a popular )oung tiitmi relatives and friends at Owen, 'afterfiHiu, Delightful rifreshnunts were man m his home town, and hi numir:hda ton. Those erous friends there wish him much Mis Mary Crai Ha)ilru, of Paris, ervul during the afternoon is the Koi "t of relatives and friends ntesriil wire Isubvrt llaughman. John succi ss m his new field Li xtngton llaughmiu. l.iadir. llaughman. IMdie Krnce here. lav Farris. Lucile ara Ilium, llesir t Lee Perkins has been the recent W alkcr. Marv Thomas W'alker, Mil ouiiciinint gticit of relatives and friends at Marks-burof the K P Fair's late. William Tate. Mar) Carroll sM.UKI saddle stake has created a fu W itlurs, 1 nna Dean Cres. Kubv Cress, rore among borsimtn all over the Mali, ticorjic iucr atteudrd the nt estrones at Danville last I ucile Ireland. Joe Pat Inland. Kath according to riort trout prominent trine link, (trtriide llronilej, Martha horsimin at Danville Monday, :m1 tin werk tampbell and Pearl b.mbrv s Mr. and Mrs. li T Ileailey and c rhat all of the inilications are ihiiKhter, of Shelh) City, were here saddlers out this season will be here to Mrs Wm. Payne Dead hriday. compile for the rich prize. The K P.' Itnrcli, who taught at Vi Mrs Win Pay 11: died at her home are hustling this year as nevir bel'ori Kic Te.x San Marco, the , i at home for the neir Crab Orchard last Sundav. after to make tins season's exhibition summer The diceasul w? a greatest ever, anil will, such a live a sin rt illness Joeph Hopper is at home from Dan- devout meinbir of the Crab Orchard bunch at work, tin re is no such word ville, aftir graduating tli.Tt l.f?t witk ltaptist cliurih and will be greatlv as fail. The catalogue has about bun form C. t She is survived hi her hus- loniplited, and vvill mkiii be out. The missed Mi Klizalirth Givirn. of llulihle, band and ibne children The funeral premium list this yiar is Ihe best that was the guest of Miss Marion Grime was conducted at thrie o'clock by Kev. any fair has given in. this part of the last week. igirs. aller wlucli tne nuriai occur State in years, It's going to be siinu ,1 m d,c familj Miss Josephine Carpenter is visiting lair tins vear, believe us. liiriitK ground .11 lit I .ll'l. .'USA llllillll V.llllllll Mnlhvville FROG POND ft Mr. Virgil l.ce. of Harlan, joined t 'I hi weather continues dry and hot wife here last weik and vvill simmhI sevHONOR ROLL OF Mr sam Moore and wife vtued at 1 eral ll.l)S. J. SUBSCRIBERS Mr !) Moon s Sundav Dr. A II McKiuniv. of Carlisle. ha lis itira Suns ot the Frog Pond been visiting Ins mothir. Mrs. Ilittic The Follow ing Have Paid Sub- - ,'ct utioii attinilid church at Uicstnui McKinue) p. scriotient to the 1. J. Since tot K'ldge, Minday. Miss ibcca Inituii, of Pineville. is Last Reuort. i Mr Marion Douglas wife and twin -guest of Mr. and Mrs the sttractive babies v sited her mother, Mrs, W. 'I W. - Mi Cattv Q Zt llllott O QQO O OOT Missm I'lialnlli and Anno I'm, of Missis Vgnos and Nilla Schulcr and Crow Dinville are the guuts of llmr) Mr. J. W McAlistcr.C. L. Meier, Mks Delia Padgett wint strawbirry Mr Mattiu Wither, John 'j.iughnun. picking Sunday cv tiling and had a nice K I licntou Mr and Mrs L. P. Mini and bahv Mrs Jennie Uiinii, tune K A I. nips oung. are visiting rclativ and friends 111 .vi rs, joiin Colin r, C Hiiguilv Mrs j, II Nsw Albany. Ind. J. Marvin liddv. a widely known I C Williams. Mrs K' L Mi'Ki chine, of Imlianao. i.intis Miibllttou, Louisville artist, died of acute pneuSmitli, Fred Ifswiciti, i Mr. and Mrs Wuilcu visiting her parents, lis. monia Sunday. 11. F. Vest Mrs, Laura Arnold. I A Hammonds. Lightning killed six ipcrsons and inMi-Ida (iarrisou, i Marci.i .iiutli, Misse Jessie I.e and Lict.t Mae Phil jured many 111 London during a severe K. (.. IVttus allle .iullev, lips have been the guests of Mtss Illicit Mrs iltittic.il storm. M J Wither. Mr J l?, b'lorance. Scott the (last wuk. I D Munbergcu, bimuii Pcirey, Mr W" O. Scott iias rtuiiiu! lo CovCarnival at Danville J. II. Wade. ington, aftir a visit to his parents, Mr. Mrs c L. Miller. The carnival last wick was our of Mrs. Kate Nir.nson Josiah llishop. and Mrs David Scott. the most successful in the history of Miltord Hall, Mis M Mien Moore left Morula) Mrs Mel) Kiiyalt) ti D lloone, Ci litre College The floral parade was 1. u leu, ,Mr niornuu for Richmond, where she will Dr I II l.itcher strikingly beautiful and attracted J M (..Hih. attend ills. Normal people to the streets. Tin of ( Whieldon. loe (nrkc), The Current KvcuU Club will mict K'n.-oclosing cunts of the Carnival were M. S Kusstll, ViMidsoii Martin, A I'ribble on Tlmrsda) with Airs heir! ai 'he pavilion in Perm tile ave V I. K. Nouug. . rbiickle. afitrnoou it J o'clock. M'ss Nancy Logan was crowned iiu VA llarnev, Mrs, libra Porlinau, who spent the II P Shtwniaker, ipiein of the carnival ami Kobtrt J. .S. Duke., h L. Pi nee. vvintir at Nan Dorn. Ma. has nturn-i- d p' k'ng amid impressive leremonies. M IV.it) house. Clive Dm.-ihere for the summer. Mi,s Margartt ll.ui'i, who was tpiccn , Chas. Trub Waller Sinuleton. of Louisville, spent Alls-- 1' - (.alllllsC, last yeai. crowned tit ipieut The event II. W Leigh. llirp. with his partnts Supt. and Mai) Siuul.1) .hroughoiit presented a most bi ant i fill W ilams. I'lllTsOll, It Mrs, (airland Singliton. The ipieeuV float was one of icture W' II. Sngall, lrs l.ige I Ini'irc. A driffin of the WavnesburB secthere and the most beautiful ever K. A. Goode. tion has riMrncil home after a viit to Ihornton Mulliiis, 1C. altraitul much attintion. After the v L. King, II. Fcblerniari, Detroit. Mich A. S Cixk. at crowning of the king and queen dancWin. Atiderson, Miss Marganl Warrin riturncd to Sun Illankciiship. ing was participated in for an hour. J. J Aliin. last weik from Columbus, O. airs L. II, Joins. her home W I) (.(Hull, I W 'lhoinpson, where she has Iw- -n leaching. I. C King. Ivobirt II Coffiv is at home flm ,vl J Murph), s. . .ml i Carman. l,.)iiioml Cash. NEAR DEATH Voungstown. O. tne guest of bis (kliorur, losejih Coffey. , Joseph W leland, Mr and Mr Hunt. C Childress, Highland, is Meier, of Miss C T C launch. the guest of her sistirs. Mrs. L. L. A' II Dclanc). BY SMOTHERING I L. Vndersiiii, Mrs, M. Nevius. Stone Clover and Mrs. M. J. K. Meailey, las McGuffcy. lilhs Ha)din. of Pans, was here Cieneral Jarinan, Ciiah Mbnght, davs this wuk with Ins grandK. I. Alhrigltt. Mrs. S. Hubble, mother, Mrs. Perinelia llrown. (i liautuaii, ndirson, Bit HwkoJ, Witk Aid ef C.r..i, Mr and Mrs. K. M bisher spent v P. K. L. buiitli. vvith J Daughirt), siveral d.i)s in Danville fast wick Pm- h. I'. Ilearley. 'icorge Cowan Effects Her DeliTeruce. hir pannls, Dr and Mrs. W. H. II. 11. Cox. Louis Cunton. I.. W. Povvill. Kev nobis "Miss Sara Uichardson, of Junction J. II. (! S. Carpiuter, State ). i. r.ulianks, Cits, who has ban attending Draper, N C Mrs. Helen Dallon, 0! J. (I. Warriner, Normal at Kiehnioml n lurried home on W M Malheny. this place, says: "1 suffered lor years, K Law renre, K . hagaley. Moinlav witn pains in my left side, and woulc James Moss, Miss Ilesie McCjnuack and sister W t. Murphy. oiten almost smother to death. A Noakcs, ot thur cousin. Misses I. I! I lillou. are the guests Medicines patched me up for awhile .C D Hrou(;!)ton. Mne, Montie and Joy Talor of Danville, but then I would eel worse again. Final,N Menefie, Jill IllljbV. the carnival. ly, my husband decided he wanted me to "I. W Jones, Fillman. Mr and Mrs, lb.) MiClure and chtl- ry Cardui, the woman's Ionic, so he A. M Minks, A,.n nf sntlllrsct. Kv.. arc gUCftS of Saul Htlni. louplit me a bottle and I began using it. llatumomls Sam L.von. T A. limit. his suters, Mesdainis J. It did me more good than all the mediJ.15 V.ll.lplll, )tis Morencc. and J. II Fh)d. cines I had taken. I. It lllggllls, s W Kinlro. I hive induced many of my friends lo K I. i lli. (.. L. Murrell, try Cardui. and they all say they have II Morgan, Spratt, occn benefited by Us use. There never I. van L)on, W .S Wigham, '.as been, and never will be. a medicine (1, Cook nibry. WS to compare with Cardui. I believe it is J. w, Ireland, S Pnwill. 1 good medicine for all womanly trou.1, M. Ireland, Dunuagau, bles." Lucy Martin, l.lnrn. Stilton. For over 50 vears. Cardui has been re I 1. Fraier, I' Coffman. lieving woman's sufferings and building M Zanone. W Plato Culhp. ucaic women up 10 iicauu aim Micnm. C (lillilaud. D. I. iijms, If you are a woman, give it a fair trial. IJ s Murph), J. C. K'oiiin1 mS-A- NO TM tYtS OWY 00f0 It should surely help you. as it has a lid Srbobl, II Norinau. million others. Mr W. II. Slaughter, II Powell. Kune Lutes, Gel a bottle of Cardui sou think llml wnler. niaMery u, t .". A. J Adams, 1.1 h Vanluiik, viva i aranulatva IIUo. Mur Chattanoot Msdldn Co.. ladin H'nft hat atjea. W. n Cover, J W lloskins. idmoty Dspt, ClAltenoota, Turn., tor olaht, arstHlhs. arv BatiirnlT "tar kIumTkyi: Horns Will Hail. W. I Campbell, ik.ienyourcMandt4 pact book. C. 114 . TrMUctri lor Wcmsn." la plain wrapfxr, N JMlla Kjv ayiUtt. John W. Cook. iv M Arnold, HOW WOMEN AVOID LANCASTER Mrs, T M. Wilson, of Howling Green, is the guest of her pirents, Mr. .Mount. and Mrs, J. D.1K011 Rich, who has bicn rputc ill at the home of bis turints. near Lan caster, shows very dec. did improve-- ! incut Kavai'atigh Mrs. . W. entertained inform illy at a must uclicious inursc dinni in celebrate the home coming uf lur ilaughtirs, Misses Kdn.i ami 1 ssa-th- MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES p OPERATIONS Mrs Iv S. I'.mell 'till continues ill. her friends arc sorrv to kn tv. d.11ns, Ilecchcr the young on of Mi ami Mrs C W 1la1ns. has about 11 covered from .1 bad cut oil one of his knees, ricelvul last weik. X11.I McCorinaek stdl continues about the same I W Deilmail and family, of burner-si- t have bun the guests nf Win Mc Kinney and family Miss fJr.t loins, of Motiticello, has bun the attractive guest of Mrs T L GASTORM Far Infanta and Children. 3 .Martha ,1 K.iv.in.iiigli. Cnrpenlir rK siwk Ver-itiot- TZa e I ,.... !...' - si-- r - near Tiirnersville, was bitten bv ,1 nake Saturdav vthile stripping blue grass I'lu rnjury did nbl prove to b sini,n JF anbook. of Limit 11. Ind, has butt at Morelaud for a few this visit, his niece. Mrs lb rt Myers, who nig has bun iiii(c ill. ICIcclric fans arc making life more uiilur.ihlt for the husiiuss men of ihtring the hot suiumir davs. cur ri nt being siipplud by lltistonv die's bustling Milling Company llustoiivillc ts four or five miles .ft the railroul I nt we havi some outturn tiers of which 'atlford cannot boast and elutnc fans ire one of them. Kiffe llros. have iut riceivul their icoiid carload of 'Ihoriihill, wagons, which are proving verv tKtptilar with Wist l.nil farmers See thur large des-- 1 nplive ad. on last page of .today s I I I'mt Suits at Low Prices- - . J Ad ams, the hustling Hustonvilk tailoring aunt is offering onie extra fine min' mts at greatly rediicul prices for tbi next tin days He has put on sale. $Jfl smts at ?ll"7S and ?2 tul at $14 75 nyonc bwiktug for bargains in should mi tli- -r elnthes, at d appatil ants llros' In fore buvittg as they offer a splimlid chance to save money 48-- J pltaing eurvoiie coni,os-u- l party of Miss Jones, Miss Mice Stagg, Miss Mary Stag' an.t Miss Martlia Tuckir 10 Hanging Fork out night last weik, where a moonlight supper was inpived. I'very fanner in ihe West h'nd is busily crigagul iu A Ik at harvest this wuk. 'I be crop ptoiiiirs to , an unusually large one. A splindiil rain fill here Saturday night, liilpui)! Ml );rwiui; tilings and I.I. ' .irpcntcr, young Cai pi liter Jre folks if nu auto took (.rauville Lutes, PARKSVILLE Helm, Jr., has joinul the largi list of auto owners, buying a Ford last II II wuk sight-sicm- g v 11 - f.d-o- r. 1 lit-ti- high-clas- 3HS DOOClOtt'ft' 9 1 1 1 bun-dru- ls .lr. Las-sin- s; I si-e- par-inl- !t scv-ri- al 1 rn LAGLEEYE SALVL iltirir. kivi: aa I llrown, of Louisville, week for an extended visit to lur sister, Mrs W D Sparrow O D. Harrison, wife, children, and William Nevius att.'iidid the Maccal.it mcT .ml strvices at the May and Pur dnm cemttirv Casey cou.ity Tliev riH.-- t a large crowil presmt Kev. W K McClnrc. of Perrvville. ilelivermu a foiciful and al.iropnate address. lolin . llolloii, who w is struck In the pilot t in eiigiiu, near the deH)t this place. Monday morning, i.s do mg nicely. The physicians attcmhnp li'in, give encouraging rtKtrts, statinj. 1i.1t p resent iml'Citrous arc for JT ri covery tits escape from instant death is almost miraculous, the train was go ng lovv, which javed the g.M.d man'-life- . Mr Holton js not u well this murium:, the action of his heart is wiak, and his physicians have advts that he be kipt absolutely iptiit. bis sistir, iiv Sam P Pittman Mi-- s K'hoda itt.it ut. of Set Icy, Ctlt lorn' 1. and the charming little Mi Car. 'ina J Pittman. ot Fullerton, Cal forma, arrived last Ttusilay nig md re the guests of Mr, and Mrs. I M Pittman. Ivlder Pittman has It.'en doing evaugilistic work in his adoiteil state and has been rcmaikably sue. iisstul. (lis stlir. Miss Nhod.t I'ttt .nan is city librariiu and devotes some time to a sit if ik ks in u large de pant. nut nuiuerou-1r.e11.l- s store. Thtir vvill be dtligbted to know of the r prnspiritv Tint will riniain in Kinti.iky .iIniiii two 'months Kldi King's Mountain Echoes I I'tni.tn will spittd a jH.rtion of tlu time with hrithrtn and friends at Hin Mi'iit Di.hon is digging a well. Hi. le; sou. It was in that commuuitv has about 'J feet and about two vv'ii-rhe was txtstor of si viral churches net of He Iris the basemuit to bitore going to California make yn; it is a fine stream and real cold. Shake Off Your Rheumatism Hon. to the wife of Mitchell Hatter. Now is the lime to get rid of vour Mat 11. a seven and a half pound I.oy. rheumatism "cent Try a twenty-fiv- e bottle of Chainbirlain's Linmunt and His name is Proctor Dclk Hatter. He was for sic how quickly vour hiumatic pains five named old, the little boy evangelist vears who was here with his lispnpear. Sold by all Jcalcrs. father. Key. James L. Delk in a revival meteing at that time. GREEN BRIAR M B. Smith clipped his alfalfa with of May. Kv cry body i rejoicing over the fun a lawn mower the The new store W. F. Lane is having rain here Saturdav niulit. d Mr. A. C. Munsie and wife have been built is will under way, and when will be tputc an improvement to visiurg thur son and daughter at Cral his place . Orcbaid Mrss Mary Hicks is still at Mrs. Mr. Mtlvn Caldv.ill visited .V C Ccorgc Higncy's, she has been there Munsie Sunday. Miss s.ilira Munsie and Mi Allre some time. .Mrs. liltza Murphy is still on the l.imcli visitid Mrs. Mclvin Caldwill on sick list, she has been sick for some aturd ty. . Mr 11dj i,odch ua ctlliiuj at A. C time we learn. Prof. Davis left last wtk for Rich Munsie's batnrday night. Mrs. Haydin Leach visited Mrs. 1110ml. " Mint Tab" Davis died about noon James Leach Friday night. Mrs. David Walls and Miss Sarah Wednesday. mith wint to Parlor drove Sunday to Two men are dead and a third is nit- - mutircn s way. .Mr. George and M. C. Leach and under arrest charged with nuirdei as Claud Sims went to Parlor (irove Sun- the result of a gun fight at Milncr, Gi, day. Miss Mazre llrashwell was calling HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT on Miss eter Suns Saturday night Miss I'earllbiggard and mother vis. l Dolbe Sims Sumlay. Market Placi AdverThe People's Mr l.vint Cl.unich and wife, of tise What You Have to Sell Wavuesbiirg, visited Mr Oscar Claunch and .life Saturday and Sunday. Dr J. 15. Smith and wife, of King' .s Insure vour orooertv wih Bromlev Mount 1111. visited A C Munsie am. & Bronilcv. Stanford. Kv. wife Sunday afternoon Miss Lavvada Sims and sister visit-i- d ALTO LINK betwun Danville and Misses Salira, Ruth and Martha Stanford, car leaves hotel at I1..W ami Munsie Sunday and had a fine tune. Misses Kuth Munsie, Sahra and Mar- J A). J, L. Hardesty. tha, Mul) Gooch, Lavvada Sims, ami sister, viMlid Mrs, Oscar Claunch on Weddinn presents at, Mueller's lew. Sunday afternoon Miss ora Sims is staying ss lift Mrs elrv store. l.i.yd Situs while htr husband is workWKITI-- . me, telephone me, come and ing on the railroad. Mr?. John Horton. of King's Moun- see me about your house, carriages, tain visitid her father and mother 011 anil automobile painting. Paper banging a specialty. Shop on West Mam strcit Friday There vvill be inciting at Mr. Theo- Telephone mi residence, No. 29-t- J. J dore llastiu's Mmday the Jl, at - o'- Hidden, Stanford, Ky. clock b very body must come, it will "" " be a vT.uiairprnretiiT: FOK SALF Vlciiola ar a bargain, s condition Mts lulu Cliff ii visiting her sister oak finish and in Mr, Willie Horton. Mr. F.dd Leach making splendid music, owner wishe and wife visited Mr. (uorge Claim's and to purchase a larger one. Apply tins f office wile last .Sunday .di- - irrivul for an extended visit to Mrs. !. A. Parks m tins place Mrs. John Hop", of Kansas City, has P. L, ul lat 111 111 T Mis Jack'Vlauit has riturnid from plt.'isum slat with htr ilauglitir Mrs OW 1'errill 111 Jinkuis, Ky, Missis Mlie ami Stcila Ilindren, eu tertained the II Y. P I. at their pm. I) Countrv In, tne .Souir Ml r,cr,i. Pn. joyed the ho.pitalit) of these, attractive young ladies Mrs Iv. b. Fr)e has reltirnul to her home in Louisville alter a visit to Miss Almnie llrown. Miss Willie Wilkinson intirtaineil at lur home mi Wal'-- r strut m limmr ..f htr cousin, Miss l.ucilc Wilkinson, of ineriy. Chut of Police l.ullur I lirn.it, who was thought to I,,. .,, d.iML.fri,iisK wound. d an altercation with the ne gro, Kol.irl .Strange, coniumes to 1111 provi and it is imw thought In. will ev rutin!!) recover. air .Mioru wsiNirne, jgul iff yiars, died at the home of ills son, John Os borne this county aftir a gineral de I Iu-eini ot months rimaiiu. .vire in terrul it Mt Hebron Miss Margant Noland. of Ktclunouil, who was one of the teachirs, in the Laucastir gradul scIi.h.I. tin past term sullen il a painful aeci.liut when a hone, she was driving ran away, the s ilucie bung overiuruiil, her left arm was broken. Streleti Joseph The roes of today recall Love's message of long ago. Thur fragrance is as sv.iet as when he whispered, "Dear 1 love you so." Arthur Joseph, of this city and Miss I Il1s.ii MrePtj, if Chattanooga, Telin, were united in the holy bonds of wed link ui Asliitllc Nortli Catobna. The groom is one of Lancaster's most progressive voting business man having hi in tiic merchandise business here for a iiumbir of years, bung first with his father, now with his mothir ami brother. The bride ts the attractive young daughkr of Mrs. K'ebecca Strehtz, of Chattanooga. The happy young couple will visit a iiumbir ol eastern summer resorts before returning to Laucastir, Mr. it. L. IClkiu, the popular business nianaj.ei of the Central Kecord enjoy-u- l a stay the past weik at Dawson's Springs for a meeting of the Kentucky I less Association. son Mrs 1u11c Doty Piirdy and lames Dot) arc guests ot Misses Jam and Mary Doty, having hten callid here bv the critical illness and death f the late Captain I. Alex Doty. Miss llayne Wist, of Lexington, is hire for r visit to and Gar ran! relatives. Mi'siiames W. A, PrLe and Liuma H.iumholhim. gave an picnic it tile fair grounds to the little people II the "oung Peoples' Mission Hand" most delightful luncheon was served. Mts Mamie llastin is at home lor the simimir trom the Cincinnati school of art. The Garrard county Teachers' Insti ill be held in tute diinni, the week of the Chautauqua. June -- 2. drug-gi.,Dr Wm. Mlkin, a prominmt ot tlanta. was here a few days last wuk with his father Capt. T. I'.lkiti and otlur Lancaster rtlativts. Miss Charlotte Pollitt is in Middles-M.r- o visiting her cousin, Miss Fdith Pollitt. A memorial service was hibl here by members of the Lancaster bar 111 honoi of the late Senator W. O. Uradley who ,as lor a long time one of the" city's most distinguished lawyers. Mrs. Join: Shackelford and little son. and Mrs. F.mm.i Kauffman, have joined Mr. Shackelford in the city of Chicago for a stay. 111 111 I 11 ass-ci.itall-da- y t. E iiu i- The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of j .' JM.COII Ot. 3 PER ANcCdable- - IVrnrtnuU fV It slmil.iifiifii)cri)0(f3iiifnfdui.i ling lite Sioraacte aaJBrndjof RowotesDfilwfloiiCwny-ncs- s and RntjConlains ncter Opitrnt.MorphuTe nortenL tvAl ant u i it,. sfcfw MtctffoUIkSMXUmsn aUf JtxJrmm JhMltWf In m Anprfccl Rntifdv for CrmsHft t Ion , Sour Stomxh.Dlarrtaa Worms JTon'uls'Kms.Ffmi Am Use For Over nesaantlLossorSLEEP. FacS'mA Sisjnarart of ; Tue Cektavb Comj-aWNEW YUHK. II l.l.l.fllol Thirty Years aranteed under ih Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMI CINTAUH CONNNT, MCW TO It stfTT. Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded cccordlng to tho Original St Formulaa St Becipos of Charlie White-Koo-n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for ihe treatment of human ailments. Endoraed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOFE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Ex-:luai- m if CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- Tkc Ctstkaj Hohlist mm Mbit curt he ihiii :atoni . sciercc vm CDctt-u- i tia.NaTon or Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N 3731 West Broadway LouisviHe, Kentucky BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechanician in charge of re- all kinds. Vulcanizing. Pair work of SUPPLIES FURNISHED and PRICES REASONABLE Lincoln Garage Co. Phone 203 STANFORD, KENTUCKY UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. V. D. and Porauskiiit e W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Jlt som-pitte- W 11 fT Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Pb54. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky ' Old Dripping Springs HARRY JACOBS NoMweits The famous aummer resort is now Manufacturer open for season and newly furnished. I will be in position to give guests first and Dealer in class treatment, first class, fair and High-Cla- ss good accommodations A first class livery and feed stable in connection. Rates teed reasonable. Persons desiring rates will Original Designs and Prompt Quality Connections at all please write me at Crab Orchard, Ky. Granite and Marble Quarries. JOHN D. WILSON, Prop. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Closed on Saturdays Telephone No. 164. STANFORD, KY. Accouola and Nolea collected and CUiau ol Service-Guaran- CashftfAcctwrtsMl Mitts all kind, looked after anywhere in the United Stalea. No Ha. in uiado Our ayilein li the money. A trial will convince you. ink teleieniea. Write today, i rw .1 6-- If.h collection Abnolut.ly Charge. E first-clas- MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY Somettei, Ky, Lincoln Lodfe No. 0 a A. M mta la atatrd coramuuieaiton on each flrat an4 Ihir4 M'H'dar Dl(hta ol each month at 7 o'cloek la their hall on Main all f ft. Htanlorl, Ky. Meja-br- s of eUter lodfva Iraternallr invited to b. J. W. IUKLaNU. H r. Masons' ihetiM 1 30-t- 11 1 1 KAGLK E1EN? tl 'I. to-d- Tce'lung balne always have a bard lime ot it whin this process occurs in hot weather. They not only have to im ml with painful gums but the stomach is disordered, bowels loose and The best help the body uncomfortable you can give the little sufferer is UUtY r.LIXIK'. It corrects sour stomach, cool and ijuiets the Itoiv. Price 25c, and el and lulp digeticn 511c per bottle Sold by Shugars' Drug Store. Stanford. Ky., and Lvne llros, Crab Orchard Kv. Die proceedings sctking Harry K. Thaw's rtltase on bail reached the I'uittd Stut. Supreme Court, ft iit uj ,ul tugrtbir, Iu U do.tut arc. I uiaujr tut tmur.Hi.. LruituuuitsJ It h luial UlaiSM suil rrirlU'd KmsI llb rriurdlra. iuJ b) is,usUutljr Ulllug Iu rur kssl Irraluirut, ,iviMjuuivU It luiuralili.. txlruia taa i.ruVfU latarrb tu Im. a ivbitltmlulial illaMi. auj lli.rvf,.r rtsiulrrs ts.uatlt'4tloual Inaliurat. 1'. J. Hall's t'alarrb llirv, uiauufarlurisl t'brurjr at lo.. Tulrda. Ohio, la lb uiljr I'uu.lllu-lluua- l mru vu ll.v tuarkrl, It la takru lulrruallr II ai'la Iu duwa from lu lro lo a dim 11 on tbi bltMMt anil piuis.ua aurfaiva ut ilollira U Ibt. ajratriu. Tbf ufffr on buudrt-Isviid clrrulara and ai.j iaa It falla lo la la Addrtaa: , J. CIIENEV a CO., TVliOo. Obk. Isold by )m(lta. t&r. dUrrh " Thrr counlrjr tLaii ill ulUrr JI-until Ilie last few In lbl trctltn c( tbt J. L. Bcazley & Co., t tf' Ula jrr Ij trasuful. lur. lr UNDERTAKEII AND EMIALMEII Dcalcra ia Fwnrrkft MattiHf, Rms. Fmth4 turi T llall'a taiflly 1111 Ut cvutlntko. ZtMStsMk. ii 1 tu UNIERTAKER KiMi KY QfflM PHtM 117. FHINE 42 ITANFIM. STANPIW. f? KENTUCKY. J. C, M'CUry AM EHMLMM HmmNmiK , 7s . . -- T-r-77 THE WTEItOR JOVRNAL STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JON IS, 1914 FAM AM tTtCK HfWt Ollrtr Riding Cultivators voty , 9w. j. n. rairnni, aCatter, y. In Ei wv Garrard oun CW GKASb FOR KF.NT. I liac alxml and would like to acres of gr.-Ji4e alout JO head of cattle to craze. cheap. Mrs, J. II Carter. "Will rent it Stanford, Uoutc 1. FOR SAl.F.. By S. H Fulkcron. of (4 acres of land near Mfddleshoro. Tnrnersville on Stanford and Hlon- tile pike for ftirilicr information, ce R I). I'eton, or Frank Hobbitt at Fur. 47-ncfsville. WF. are now hardline the well known Decrine; Farm Implements. Wc lue anything from repairs to a mowitiK machine to a threshing macnine coin tilcte. Also binder mint Call on in before you ln C II Cnrtcr and Son K, Nothing Is More Attractive Than A Beautifully Furnished Homle EEEEEEERRillllBRRRERREIIllW 44-t- f Ilrtil Insurance. National Union Fire Insurance Co, of Pittsburg, I 'a., cash indenmit) capital, 1,000(100, provides for loss and damage to growing rates, jonnd crops, Fquitalile Fqr inforprotection, square dealing mation apnl to Harry L. Rriggs, Agt p Damillc, Kv. recentl) John hung. Morganficld, sold Col. Prince, a Duroc Ixi.ir to h. S. Majes, Springfield, for $.15(1 At the recent public sale of Jersc cattle held hy Johti A l.ee, in Shelby, countv, the 10U head sold axcr.tged Ai-i- Nothing adds more to the comfort and pleasure of the young folks. The first step of your life should be marked by furnishing' your home. The home is the foundation of your career in life. Do not desert your own home by the attraction of tha beautifully furnished homes of others. Come to us, we are here to help you out. It doesn't require but little money to get you started right, if you will first consult us. Read of the many nice things mentioned below, the cost being only a trifle. ?l(W.(o. li. K. Silliman, of Cl.ncrbiirn, Farm Colo, la., o!d 40 Shorthorn on May 27th. There were Jo females and 4 hulls. The females atcragcel $101. S.'H.l th: hulls am J. A. Finch, of Fulton, sold lat week 110 iummN. fi'iir a lamh weighim; month old, for 7 cents the pound, to J. D. Hopkins, Smith Powell has finally gottm chol-ereradicated from 'his (Irene- - of luigs at hi urm in the West lintl. lie d thicc out of 49. Jlroaillient llros , of near Wallonia, Ky., recently; purchased three fine Hereford heifers from a breeder near Jackson, Miss., for which they paid a s.i-i- ( lg25t f ii cj I B 1 Hf $1.2110. well-know- r k P fr C P jV J H. Ilaughman, south of Danville sold to Meier & Huffman, n butchers of IJjiivilU--, lo head of butcher cows and heifers at 5 4 cents to 6 4 cents per pound. . Stock cattle in Fleming county, have bien higher this jear than for past years. Good steer weanling cahes !u been selling as high as $2a to $J0, and Three-piec- e Bed-roosimiextra good yearlings above $40. John C. Noel, a prominent Franklin county farmer, last sold his crop of blue grass seed for $7,200 in the field. A big Fans seed house was the hu cr. t). 1). Morris, a farmer of the Hubble is sec'ion, sold 80 lambs averaging 75 pound; at seven and a half cents to V A Lear of Lancaster. Col. E H. Taj lor, Jr., has sold from his Franklin county farm 102 head of fat cattle at eight cents, to Mr. Simon Weil, of Lexington. The sale amounted to $10,929.60. John S. Ilustcr has bought the farm known as the Joseph Faulconcr farm, in Mercer, from his sister, Mrs J I Kollards. He gets possession immedi atelv and will at once begin making by many iinproeinents. This makes tin. Ilustcr holdings about 800 acres of as fine a land a there is in Kentucky. "Diana Dare," a very fine Chester Dare mare and mother of great marc Ked Delight, which was recently killeo by an accident in Oakland. Lai., foaled a stallion colt hy the successful young sire All Peavine on the 4th inst. Diana Dare is now owned by Mrs. Char, go-calotte B. Anderson, of Oakland, Cal., and thinks so highly of the newcomer that she will name him either "Dick Peavine" or 'Peavine Scudder." in either case out of compliment to Dick Scuduer, of McKinney, from whom she purchased both Diana Dare and Red Delight. McKee Brothers, of Versailles, have recently sold a carload of pedigreed Duroc Jerseys to S. D. Fambrough. of Bishop. Ca. The car contained thirtv sows and two hoars. Mr. Fambrough nas tour or live southern farms and expects to be able to furnish the S'ni with pure bred hogs ol the best breed and of the most fashionable strains, and he expects this herd from McKee Brothers to form the foundation of a herd All Goods Delivered FREE that will enable to do this. During the within a radius of 50 miles. past seventy days. McKee Brothers have sold on mail orders alone 195 head of pure bred Duroc hogs at prices ranging from $?0 to $300. f. A. llen and Dae Allen, Huston-ill- e stock bujers. have been mighty busy for the past few weeks, taking up the in what he thought ork. hue engaged, about 1,500 duritiK V. K. Hanson, 30 from Farris SandiilKe filly J. II. Castles, of Xew Highlandis afternoon, goingline, expecting to strikt and shipping lambs to the Cincinnati was a straight taking up a total of 553 last ol frjin llev SjikIhIkc, 29 Irom D. O. breeding two extra KM,d the market. They say that the lamb crop IJ Denmark marcs to Rex l'eavine. each the opposite side of the field, hut he Lewis. 28 from this season is very heavy. Altogether week alone. J. J Allen took up 87 from .Stewart Hanson W. C Gilmer.weik, from for maie now ha a imwI foil at ide also evidently was moving in circles. Dark durint; the I iits. ..nine and ho was still in the dense, which he paid an acraj;c of scen and bv Rix. James Hockad.i's Montgom This particular cents: D.ne Mien hotiuht ery Uuet mare lias anmncr sum ocu ncss of the wheat larjje hunches from Stewart Hanson, j hy livx, tliii colt being a lull lirotlier to ni'd included nearly IJOt) acres and 1 lu adjoined other fields not separated bv liud Diiiin,. Tom Gooch, Clarence Mr. Ha'dw in s reavme s Ilest. loonilx, Joe Newell and Dr. J. C. Imi- - colt however seems just now to lie a finces, nj a mai could go for miles Ur, pawng about the same figure for little small. Mr. W M. Jones, of .North without leaving the wheat thicket. Mnldictn, has just sent two mares to "It was aliotit 10 o'clock at night that jVR E most them. HBs Bf"""MJr PBajAwlHnflMiBiBBBllSJjJ S. H. Uaughman's fine otitis draft Rex, mch with a colt at sule by Kex. his ear wit discovered and searchers stallii.n lolm Cook, which is beinir lames sajs they are two extra fine went into the wheat suspecting that Mood bv V 11. Goicr. near Huston- - colts, and one of them, out of a full i some one was lost. They beard the ille. was badlv injured last week, bv sister to I'ourbon King the best colt faint cries of the almost exhausted man sticking a snag into his breast. For a., upon which he ever laid his peepers on. finally discovered li'in." while it seemed that the horse was' Something was said in tlui column Horses Sell for S2,000 Average stud colt, 'wrcly injured, but Mr. Gocr says he 'regarding the two- - ear-ol- d .Kentucky's Ideal, being such a "spell- An average of over $2,000 was reis reentering nLvly now. IniKlei. ami someinmg was aiso satu ceived for the seventeen head of horses elsewhere in this paper once or twict in training sold Thursday in the padHorse Gossip from Madison regarding the horses now in Cohen's lock at Belmont I'ark, the property of I. Holland, of Lexington, who is and everv one well Tli C. 1.11m llnrc Phr.intrlf'e IJirll- - hatids-.i.i- rh The KentllCkV S ,r.n,l .rr..u.,l... Iiail ,thf f.illmYtntf ,,.,, .,-- . ,,.,i " Ideal IS now in the stable retiring from the racing sport. paid i,.w... . :: '.'" ' highest price of the da) was mipri'iinfr fiimit nu...,- .lnitu jviaaison iiu.-i.....--..- .. ( onni Gainer, d for the crack three-- ) ear-ollast week which went to strengthen the stable of A Big Wheat Field Story It seems that during .this season Harry r.ine Whitney, for whom Trainthis county has had more marcs to lose City Star) (Kansas 0 er James Rovvc bought the colt at cons man ever ueiorc in ncr immuiv in a I.21X) acre wheat field, with The second best price was paid This complaint is alo heart! from all tht. wheat extending above his head so brother Hauberk for his over the state in general. tlut he cold not get his bearings, which went to W R Coe at $7,100. The 1 he black mare Klitc by Rex l'eaDaniel Krni, a Rush farmer, McDonald, vine and out of a dam of Chester Dare, wandered all afternoon comity far into veteran race horse Donald ami earw foaled a stud colt by Bourbon I'helps the night before his shouts for help aged eight, a winner of several past, was third on the list at $2,100. at bv Hnurhnn King and out of a dam of brought him relief. The story was which price also the Martinet colt GalThe best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and Chester Dare, which when two days brought to I .a Crosse today by Frank majority of old. Mr. T IC. Ikildwin. Jr, has five Wesley, a ranchman of Rush county He lop was knocked down. A the get of of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. the horses in the sale were colts by his famous young explained the wheat ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with extra nice stinds more than horse, 1'eavine's Best, by Rex Peavine five feet tall and it is easy for a man Martinet. Lexington Herald employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable and out of a dam of Montgomery Chief, tr lose himself in a field. "Frni is not The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and out- and two of these are said to be almost a very tall man, and the wheat extendCrushed to Death last any other skein. Each skeia is undeftatable This jottng horse is not ed above his head." said Wesley. "He care. For the spokes the manufacturers Gus Warren, $S )ears old, of ma onlj proving himself a show horse, but lives in Bison and drove, out into the was instantly killed at "Bethuse the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance .. i a sire ot tne lirst ranic, anil one oi inc his to He attempted ... right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. I ms machine . ... riiriir:iteil Miintry to take a look at of wheat. lehem Academy. to insure the the road eavMig the car at the side an automobile truck beneath a of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes Rex l'eavine. Hallie McGee 6061 by he ertered the wheat, penetrating some drive archway at the academy and lus low Kentucky Squirrel and out of a dam of light draft a certainty. with double refined sable iron. distance, closely looking for traces of sumach and breast were crushed be lolm Waxv 100. second dam a dam of Hessian fl or rust He wandered all tween the archway and a number of The axles are of toughest hickory The bolsters are of the best white oak. l'eavine 85, foaled a chestnut filly hy The unfortunate lwixes on '.lis truck They have an iron plate at top and bot-t- .i the steel axles of the best refined steel jack Twigg on the seemh. This colt man died instantly. Owing to the accibv several and The sides of "Thornhill" beds are was being watched highest expectationsit !, riveted through and tlirough commencement vva dent the Bethlehem proved to fill the made of poplar. It costs the makers concerning it. Several prominent horse their strength. itostpontd for this vear. Mr Warren paint better and gives men who have already seen it promore-- but it holds is survived by his mother, Mrs. The Thonihill" has a matleable front and one sister. Mrs. Arhc Kin. nounced it to be the finest colt they is braced to the hounds tetter service. hound rla 'hat kead, Ifith of Kdd)ville. and two brohud ever seen. Hallie always breed Come in and see this wagon sold like the sire and this filly greatly This is an exclusive at c'l p'.uii. thers, lolm Warren, of Kansas, and ! rank Warrvi, of St. Louis, Mo. "TLjrn.. ' fciture. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. her famous sire. Jack Twigg, l'eavine and out of Gladys hy bv Re of "Gen." Fiftv Chester Dare once said by George f MUMM FMJITIY CUM "arniv," members at Grafton, W convicted Ford Morris to be the living ideal of down a chick' tbroit cure how the saddle horse world ami few tb will be put to work on the comity Sape. A waterdrop la and roads. iug hi place as a young horse by the cure prevcuu cholera, dlarrboea King. Rex l'eavine, i.ide of Bourbon KENTUCKY audutbcrcblclf dUcasc. One l'.'JiTONVlLLE. Montgomery Kentucky's Choice and sec bottle makes U pallon ot Fire Insurance, Tobacco Hall Insurance Chief. The hay jack Twigg filly out of medicine At all irUfgUU. Sample and booklet onT'Dl-liiciReliable companies, N'o wild cat or the Red Squirrel mare, the property of Fowl" sent KIIKK. assessment concerns. W. J. Campbell. the Mr J. H. Shearer, the lrecder, of d 1. not Dm UmI m- l- 'tot tk swtt. a4 to H SUf Situ Rsaudy St. luiiftM, t Hustouville. f Rexall I'rince resembles the abovw 3-U 3-- An inexpensive Kitchen Cabinet. The comfort and pride of every home. This Cabinet, while inexpensive, is one of the most convenient. Cabinets made for the money, constructed of well seasoned oak, has a good large flour bin on one side and meal bin on the other, two large drawers for knives, forks, spoons, etc. top, large enough to take care of all the dishes, has zinc board top. It is considered a good value at q-- i k A pi-O$22.50. Specially priced at Glass-covered afr.w---- - iV'ia&tfwBSj t Rugs at a very low price. Better values are hard to find and the stockjis large. Our stock of Rugs embraces the very newest patterns and color effects in tapestry brussels, velvets and axminsters. The prices are from 25 to 35 per cent lower than you would pay at most stores. Prices range $9.50, $12.50, $15, $18.50 up to $28.50 for Brussels, and from $19.50 to $48.50 for Axminsters. Wc have plenty of small Rugs, Linoleums, Mattings and floor coverings of every kind, all offered at very low prices. 9 t i Suit, very lar to illustration, has good heavy plate mirror in dresser; 6 in.' roll on foot of bed. It is a good, strong, serviceable suit, nicely finished, honestly constructed in every way. This suite has been sold regularly for $35.00. Specially priced by us only at m THE NEW ICEBERG Refrigerator, 100-poun- d sfc I mi wwf " $27.50 Give the baby plenty of fresh air. Nothing promotes good health and good lungs like fresh air, and the greatest medical authorities agree that the baby should be given fresh air in large doses as soon as possible; for the youngster, the with the good daily air becomes a rare pleasure for the baby and the mother. We have a complete line prices ranging from $5.75 $21 50. rt ice just like illustration, has a capacity; with galvanized sheet metal lining and large enough to accommodate any family. Equipped with sanitary galvanized wire shelves. We have the same thing finished in white enamel, which only costs a trifle more. Fifty other styles and sizes to select from. This box is us at only specially priced w K jlJfctjSwTT7rjJ '!"' I ' ,f,'i.''si'swj $14.50 EVERY DAY in this store you will find some special sale, some clearance ot odds and ends, some new opportunity to save a dollar or two on the Furniture investment, and these price inducements are genuine. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company, Danville, Kentucky FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3 00 per 100 lbs. Linseed Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, $2 00 per 100 lbs. makes milk Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks-- ; $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. KEENE LUTES, Manager. three-fitiart- J I J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY vw.,-"".v,- v - . . $12.-50- is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good l.ft We Have a New Sickle Grinder see it work. Our new Tolmceo Setter is ji success. Try one, even if you huve a Bemis. It is fine Cor replanting. that will interest you .tinners. Stop jmd n. ... ,.,,,. ,n, i. A carload of sewer pipe and farm drain tile. Also Come to "The Farmers' a car of fresh lime just received. Supply House" for anything you want. 1 W. H. Hig'g'ins SEE US for the latest things in Silk Hose American Beauty, King Blue, Tan. White and Black. Also Bathing Suits and Silk Hats in all colors, ike ttly place t get tkea mul-titlyi- iu x3)fiEiP l- RIFFE BROS., y '". K AT 42-t- LL SANDERS, Crab Orchard. mX tjsdam.