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KftTABLlSHKfc DIADEM T iMO-S- Sth YKAR. The Intekior Journal STANFORD, 1INCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, LOCAL CHURCH FRIDAY, Thli Paper stops When Your Tim is op Watch tht Date On Label and Renew Your Subscription Promptly. JUNE 19, 19M. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS J M I SKNDS CANDIDATES ENOLEMAN-I'EN- CE SALLEE WILLIAMS Wedding MAY GET $420 COURT ADJOURNED TO AUO 24 TO BE TRIED ON 32 COUNTS Re- SPLENDID YOUNO MAN "Rud" McCormack Pastes Away at Hustonville After Lingering Illness It, McCormack, known to lus host illness of tuberculosis. Ltcry-thin- Initiation Ctttmoaita By Big Oath- - Popular Young Couple of Stanford Marry Quietly at Danville erlng of K. Pa. at Ltilagton Great surprise was giten their host of friends on Wednesday 'afternoon, when .Miss Nannie Woods Ltiglcmau and Alfred U I'eiicc itrutc to Danville in an automobile, and svire married by Rev. W. - Arnold, presiding cldir of the Methodist church, of this district, and formerly pastor of the local church, Uuly their most intimate frauds and rtlatoes were taken into their confi (knee by this (Hipular )oung coupli, vb. li.ne In. tn sweithcarts tor some Owing to the ricent bereave-mitime in the i.ituil) of the bride, in the death of her griiidmother, Mrs. Susan A. Harris, it was decided tn hate the wedding as ipuetl) as ikjssiIiIc, and the plans wtr'e carried out accordiugl) Mr. 1'i.ice secured Itcinsis here that inon.ing and ingagmg W F (.lover's auto, drote out to the home of Miss Lngltm.iu, accompanied b Ix R. Gile-ma- n I here the bride and ,t r cousin, MiFisher Woods joineJ then, tiul they proceeded to Danville, where the ccriiiiony was performid, after which the haunt nair c.iiiuht the Cm cmnati Southern tram for Cincinnati, New York and other eastern iKiints. The bride and groom arc among the most iHijuii.u and attractive johiir people of this part of the state, and number tluir fruiuls by tht ir nciuitntancc he bride is the sicond daughttr of Mrs imie luglcuun, attractive and atiomplishetl and is a spltmlid toting woman m etr) stnsc of the word. The uroom i the second son of Mr. and Mrs I. T I'mee. Sr, and is one of Stanford' best known )ouug business men, being a meuibir of the firm of I nice & Hill, furniture dealers, He is (Mii.ular with all who know him, stcid), industrious and a bustler, and has the luartKst congratulations of his host of fruiuls m winning such a Immiy bride Int 1 a Brilliant Social Event at Court Someriet Wednesday Eve of Ctaimi Allows Snm to Stan, Judge Givet Garrard Jurymen Chance Paris Banker Pleads Not Guilty w i ford Christian Church lo Get in Crops Belore Serving venue Agent Catches Depositors A dispatch from Paris Thursday said . I'ale and showing the effects of Ihe nervous strain he has undergone in the last few weeks, George Alexander, President of the defunct George Alexander & Co, State Bank, appeared in the Circuit Court tins afternoon. Alexander is charged in 32 indictments with having violated the state banking laws. We was accompanied io Court by his wile ami daughter, Miss Kate Alexin-tie- r An immense crowd packed the courtroom. Al ad carlo r hour in the day Mr Alexander had asked perims-iio- 'i to pliad through his attorneys, Messrs. fa hot and Whitley, and thus avoid appearing in omn court, but this was refused by the Prosecuting Attorney, who demanded that Mr, Alexander be in Court. Mi Alexander pleaded not guilty. He then waived formal examination and was 'fid for trial at the November term of Court. Bail was fixed at $2000 on each indictment, amounting to I $04.-000. f f Diadem Lodge, No. HI, Knights of of Stantonl, scut uvtr 10 candidates fur the Page rank to be initiated at the big Pythian ceremonies to uc held in Lexington tuniKht. Among the candidates who arc scheduled to go arc Messrs J. O. Ncwlaud, il. C Anderson, J. W. Cress, W. L. Cover, E. XI. Scott, A. It Matin ny, I., f. Bird, Frank A. Weatherford, II. M. Scott and Win. Fit his. llic local candidate Will In: Uktn lo LtOsIllijloll ill sCiTil aiitini.oiiiirii, atconiianicd by members of the local lodjc, among whom will be J. N.'Mintftc, Jr., J. 1. llmganiaii, A. .N. W. Funic, J. L. Wcarin, C II lUlcrt Phillips. l II. Wuods, Wtatcn, J. M. Carter, Jr., Adam Pinci, W S. IJryi. W. I.. McCarty, W. W. and other. Juiimlcr. J. L Bcsidis llic candidates for initiation six or ctin hundred Pythians, npre. stutiiiK practically ctcrt lodge m this part of the State, Mill be on hand for the initiation, thus raising the nuiti Iter of tisitors to ovtr one thousand Supreme Keeper of Records and Seal Frtd A. Whcaton, of Minncaiolis, Mum, will be on hand with the historic Itatlilionc llible, iih)ii which Justice II Kalhlonc, lounder of the order, gate the obligation to Ins sctcu associates D C, m I'YImnry in Iho-i- , from which date ttic Pythian re cord their history The l'y lliian now numhers more than 75U,(XJ in hie I tiilrd States Mr than passing iutriest attaches to thi llible, which was guru to Justice Kathlmne by hit mother wluu he was onl) fic years of agt, and width httomc since Kalhlone's death has the property of the Supreme Lodge of the order and has btcn dclrgated to the personal custody of the suprtmi keeper of Records and the Seals The Pythian is considered fottuuatc indeed who has the opportunity to lake Ins obligation oil this hook The Lexington lodges of the order, including I'liantom Lodge 15, Phomix l.odgc Jo, and Pythian Home Ldge 217, will be the hosts and they arc determined to cxirt cwr effort to make the Milt of the 1'ytluaus one long to be remember id In addition lo the presence of the Supreme Kieer of Records and the Seats, the interest of program will be greatly enhanced by a number of songs to be rindercd by the Pythian Home Quarttt, composed of .Misses Irene Berkley, Orlcy I'erkms, Bessie Ilirch, and Sophia Stewart, and by speeches by the superintendent of the Pytluin Home ami different members of the Kentucky Grand Lftdgi and directors of the home. Four Itatlilionc Bible class irutii lions have bicn held during the last Howling Green, four data as follows June Li, Ovvenslioro. June 16, Louis17; Corbm, June 18, at.Car-roltoville, June but the Lexington initiation will eclipse ajl of these, both in numbers present and in interest, s the meeting there has a number of features that were lacking in the other initiations. 'Die following program will be given preceding the initiation V. Iledford. Chairman- -S Selection by Pythian Home Quartette In nr Berklct, Ortcy I'erkms, ltcssie Ilurch and Sophia Stewart. Address of Welcome Mat Walton. Solo MisS Irene Berkley. Address Miss Irene Herkley, Address by Fred K. Whcaton, Supreme Keeper of Records and Seals. 1 by Selection Home Quarthian tette. This will be followed by the conference of the 1'agc rank, (Ion Fred E. Whcaton, Supreme kteper of Records and Seal, acting as Prelate I) thus, Somerstt: A wedding in which many people in this section arc much intcrcstid took place at Somerset Wednesday evening, wluu Miss Hlitabcth Sallec and Mr. Isich&rd Williams, Jr., were united in widlock's holy bonds. The groom is a former Stanford )oung man, and the bride is also well known here. The Soinersit Journal hid this account of the affair, which was one of the most brilliant social events of the season at iil, On Wednesday evening at 'J o'clock tht pritty Salkc home on "llartcy Hill" was the scene of one of the most beautiful weddings of the season when the Rev Dr. llartcy Glass, pastor of th: I'rotidcucc Presbyterian church, said the marriage service, which muted M ss I'liiabetli Sallec and Mr. Rich ard ( Williams, Jr, in the bonds of liol) widlock. It has been a long time since a Somerset wedding created such interest as this for the bride is one of those sweet, lovable characters who counts her friends by the number of thoc who have the pleasure of knowing her It was not strange then that when the pcol of the bridal march hurst forth that the home should be filled with smiling, expectant friends who wished to catch a glimpse of the sweet bride, whose charms were sure to be height ened by the nuptial light which makes all women fairer when clad m bridal Lancaster, June 19. The Stanford Christian church will the June term ot Garrard Circuit tery probably rccotcr the sum of J42I) Court convened on last Monday with from trie government, as its claim for llarrods-uurCharles A. Hardin, iitf of the building here by Federal judge on the bench. Hie of juries who soldiers during the civil war, A dis. pitch from Washington, this week, said were composed mostly of the fjrmirs The Court of Claims of this county were very much worri-t- d o! the matter because they had to leave their transmitted to the Senate today its op- crops that incited so much attention inion in the case of the Christian in their church of Stanford. It holds that $4.20 ami come to court. 'I hey putkOilsidci-atiocomplaints and after careful u nas (be leasoiidhle uuUl value tif the Judge Hardin dismissed them proiitrty whin it was occupied by Fed- until August 24th and at this tunc they eral troops during the Civil War. The ilutrch sought to rccovtr $1.00. The are expected to return and strvc as item will be introduced as a part of the jurymen. The juries iiupanncllcd were pending omnibus claims bill by Senator as follows. g, of fritnds as "Rud", died at his home in Hustonville, Thursday, after a lingering g C James, Members of the local church had been vir) liopifiil of securing the full amount asked for, but the smaller sum will come in viry handily as an addition to the fund with which it is to add new Sunday school rooms to the mam building pro-lios- td BAPTISTS LEADING LEAGUE Between Another Fast Game Played Sunday School Ball Teams Church League Standing I'lavtd Won Lo,t J 2 Ilaptists .... 1 1 Mttli-byttrta- I". C. n, ntcr m McCrear) count) last tsrek. He and a companion had just come in from 'I lie) were the road and wire bathing racing across the nttr when Cellars suddcul) sank borne think it wat. heart failure rather than drowning as lie did not struggle and the water was aliottt as shallow as Ins height He was a sou of Rile) Scllars of liarnu Fork, and he is surtited by his father and sisters, Miss Hargarct Scllars ol i'liie Knot, Mrs, W II Nichols, of Danville, Mrs. Kelncca trampec, of Duggtr, Ind, and brothers, Jackie of lluireu l'ork, and Sherman of Indiana. 'llu funeral wa conducted at I'me Knot on the Ret, W. II White, of Iuisd..) by 1'ine Knot 'Hit funiral was under the ausptcis of the order II. It T., whose ctrtmouies were ttrt imprtssite. Mts-r- s. L'obt. Scars and Alta Cundiff led the ecrtmomes atsisiid by their brother iiumbtrs, Messrs. Sam Huskuis, llarr) Sharp, John (.rift, Sam llaker, Abel Cable, I lus Hargu. Chas. Wil lianis, Tom Strunk, Al I'atrick and big dchgation of the or-others tame Uith from Dautille and Oak. land. Wluu the automobile m which they were ruling turned turtle near Win-cbs.'.t- Q. & C, Brakeman Drowns I'htl Sellers, aged JJ, a brakeman on the Q C, was drowned m Emorv Another Reckless AutoUt Killed WF ' ,f fefi " Monda), Jlolin.ui Kicc and Samuel Crooks, of Hath count), wire hurled from their stats, Rice being , fall and thrown tinder the tar in fatally injuicd, death resulting in Its. than an hour. Crooks rcceivul painful, though not si nous injuries, Rice, who was driving the car, u.ts a novice, and when hi. reached the top of a grade just out of Winchester, going at the rate of fort) miles an hour, with addid impetus of the down grade, it is said he lost control it tht car Crooks said that he can remember only that the ear left the road, I'csciniling tlinc complete somer-soul- ts into a field. He said that Kiowa s thrown nut on the first turn and that the car fell on ton of Rice, while Crooks clung on until ft turned the sicoiul tune, when Ins grasp on the side was wrenched loose, and that the machine landed right side up without damage to itself except the jerking off of the two rear tires. it-- It would be too much to try to add an) thing to that which is already known by the families of Somerset, who hate known the bride since childhood, while her virtues and excellent traits of character arc too many to be eumiieratnl to those who hate not ct had the pleasure of knowing lur Thc fortunate has only been in Somerset about ten years and UNUSUAL MUSICAL TALENT in that time he has won the confidence and respict of all with whom he has D. C. Hines and Children, Visiting come in contact. He is a member of the firm of M C Williams & Sons, Here, form Their Own Orchestra druggists and that he has won so fair is an excellent tribute his force-tu- l A trv unusually l.itiniril i.nmlv a bride character. alcng musical lines has hem visiting in The home was frauds and relatives in Lincoln coun- cor itions of palms,btautiftil and its deferns smilax. ts this vseik. and ulm lin n improvised bay luard them has bem amazed and de- window of the altar placed in thecspe-dining room was i lighted when they have consulted to calif artistic, sentineled by two tall entertain with their remark iblc talents set en branch candelabras. tlnpcd with I lie visitors arc Mr and Mr. I). C ropes of smilax and with dark green HllleS. and llllir children nf K.iirt.iiiil Nell, where Mr. Hint's It nnrnt fnr lln of pjlms and ferns rising to cither side C II railroad Mrs limes is a Thc approach of the hridil parts-wanative ol larraril count), ami is an " ll siiiiuled by aunt ot Miss Lena I'almer, of this for You" by Miss the singing of t, Lcni Long, of cits She and family hate bun visiting S C, accompanied on the piano Miss I'almer, and her mother, Mrs by Mrs Robert Joplm As the song I'UWitt. ami Mr .'mil Mrs I V u ni was finished Mrs John Itowser, of ir. fiuulv and Mr. and Mrs A. T I). in ville, the stairway, Ira) lor and fatuity and other friends ing her place d at the piano and takthe and relatives in this cction strains of Lohengrin's wei'dmg m.irc'i t ooui lete orchestra has been organ-i- t proclaimed the coming of the bride ed 111 the Hinrs f.iinilf Mr I line First Lottl Hue), of Corpltts the second or alto tiolm, his inth, thecame Mr who placed the white usher, 1'Atear-oli- l daughter, .Miss Audrey, satin ribbons which defined the line sou, lats tlic piano. Ins wedding party Then fossaril. nl.iv first voitiii ln ts.ir.ir. of march for the sister of Miss Itartiuent old son, I) plats the cornit, his camebride, gowned in Sallec. lace and th white son, KatmomJ plats the cam nig an exquisite luskct of pink 1.1111. cello. Ills P.ilmrr. with pink ribUin: next came pl.i)s slide trombone,, and nine-- ) car- - roses tied of the maid honor. Miss Thatcher, who oiu tiiail)s perlorms on the iolm also. was beautiful in shelled pink taffeta and Kathenuc, ami the with dranirv tsm. Hnlirt ami tsYliuhf rr nink tulle pink Killarnev of silver lace. roses are beautiful singers as arc the rest of carrying The little cousin of the bride Har-tc- v the family, and cten the jmmgtst ones Fancher. of Cattanooga, was ring re leuriiing to play on instrumints priccdul Ihs family onhestra is said to mike bearer in and the arm ofthe bride who her father and on came music er.ual to that beard b) any fam- was met at the altir liv the groom and ous band or orchestra for each one i best man Mr Cecil Williams, his bro a natural-liorartist ther, who entered with the minister, the Rev Dr. fllass, from the side door. Mrs. Little Hill's Birthday Schuberts' Serenade was played softly .Mrs. Lizzil 1! Hill, widow of tht while the impressive ceremony was late John C Hill, of Ala) wood, iiuutlv said. Anoth-i- r passed, on June 11, 'J1, bride never looked lovelier or The e on the road-sid- e of life. more beautiful than in her trailing She lias intend the ranks of the non bridal gown, a robe of white satin, agenarians who art fast pissing awa). draped with real lace. Her tulle veil lltsidcs her niece. Mrs. W. J. Tuck was caught with orange blossoms er, with whom she makes htr home an- she carrud a hoquct of valley lilies and and other niece, Mrs L. J. Hill, and a few roses. other rtlatitcs were, with her on this The bridal party made a beautiful Shu iticivid a numbir of ociasiuii. indeed, as the bride and groom useful prcstnts. An elegant dinner was picturebefore the minister ami took upon tood sirvtd and much tnjo)iil b) "Aunt themstlves the tows that loves makes Lutie" as will as b) all the others sacred for tunc and eternity. vviio partook of it At a late hour, all Thi officiating minister is a life breathing a silent badi lur good-bvtritiid of the bride and her famthat our iliateuly Father, who loiVhating btcn thc,ir pastor tor a numpr.i)ir ily, has so gracious!) cared for htr thus far ber of years. on life wa), will Continue His lov The service otrr, a reception was my watch-car- e until He shall sat. he'd and congratulations ami loving "It is enough, come up higher" wishis were show end upon the happy collide. Eubank Boy Mating Fine Record 'llic gutsts were served with ices the ami (hint) flir hating ban absiut m earning out the colriulippinc Islands for two )ears, dur- or scheme, cakes punch bowl was The ing which time he has bun ingagid over by Misses Nan Mourning as instructor in mathnnatics in the and Maude (Jirdltr, who sirved the provincial high school at Laoag, A. C guests as they arrived. lot l arrived in Keutuckt this wnk As the bride the stairs to and it at huhank, where he will spend don her gomg-awa- asccndid gown, she threw a few d.i)s with lus parents, Mr. and S? I I II lit r bouquet, which was caught by Miss Sl.. C .in?. .3. 'Ii i.iiiuii. itiiervvartis ne vsin I'lizabeth Thatcher. rt turn to Leiugton and complete the Mr. and in unfmishtd work in the law school the ev tilingMrs. Williams left latir for an extinded eastern which be left off at Statu Univcmt) ami on be at two ears ago. Mr. I lliott graduattd trip for the their return will groom's home present with the with the H S diune with the class parents, Mr. and M. C. Williams of 1SIU. Two )eirs afterward lie re- - on llartcy Hill. Mis. iiitcd the .Master ot Arts tltgrcc. 'I he presents were many and beautiful attesting the popularity of the News of the Churches voung couple. The Christian churih of Morcland About two hundred guests astemblul will be didicatid h I' M Raines, of to wituiss this brilliant occasion ami Cincinnati on next Stmdav, June .'1 included a number of 'I he st rv tees will be held all da) Fne fruiuls among whom wire the followdinnir will be served on the ground : ing R"t M. D arl), pastor of the Hap-liDr and Mrs. H L. Fancher, and church, will pn.ich Sunilav morn- daughter, of Chattanooga, Tenn . Mrs, ing on "Christian Citizenship' from I'lizabeth Newell, of Georgetown, Dr Phil. I and he esptciallv invites all and Mrs Hirtey Glass, I'rotidence: into, and the city and county officials Mrs. Mary Williams, Mrs Clco W In the sirtice Dr. Larly is preaching llrovtii, Mt. Vernon. Judge and Mrs. Kivvirful sinuous during the revival R G. Williams. Covington. Mr strvkfj now in progriss at the llaptist Ihiey. Corinth. Mrs. W J. Sparks. Lotd M eburilt and is being heard both night ernon Mr and Mrs J. T Uovtser. and morning by good congregations, Dautille, Mr Gcorne McRoberts, Dauwhich are manifesting much interest tille. Hon C C. Williams, Mt VerThe inciting will continue through this non. C I', lohnson, and daughter, Miss week. Moisellc Johnson. Huruside Gn) Hriggs. Dautille. Harry DanTNUSUALLVgood program at the ville. Henry Mourning, Hutler, Montgomery, opera house tonight. Ma, and Mr. and Mrs Logan Wood. bride-groo- array Christians I T .00 .500 -- i I - 3JJ j, s Due-wes- 1 desc-nde- i, jr. In the presence of a large crowd, the llaptist nine of the Staniorti Sunday School League, defeatttl the liovs in a hotly contested game hue llmrMl.iy afleniiiiu, ami vvitil into first place in the league standing by their victory. The next game m the liaguc schedule will he played next Monday afternoon bctwten the .Chris n teams, and tian and the a fast fight is assured as the Christian lioys arc ttty anxious to get revenge for the defeat mflicttd upon them by the sicond placers :n the game last the tttk. On the following Thursday, hook Ilaptists and the up for another game. Not until the last man was nut was the game Thursday decided. The score seesawed from one inning to another and kept the friends of each team at fever heat throughout the contest Two leaturts stood out in the game, the hiavy hitting of "Whizzcr" Farmer for the "Deep Water" boys and the base running of the Coleman boys for the M I's. "Whizzcr" lead with the ash. ge'ting four hits out of five times up, rr.c of them a home run. which came at the mil of a hatting rally of the Baptists in the eighth inning when they won the game infield The Stone-waof the M I'. plaved a big part in cut ting off llaptist scores. The box score All It H 10 A L UUT1STS 5 3 2 11 Moblcy c 42 00 .Ntvvland 3b Saufley lb 5 2 1 13 1 1 41 5 S. Hill ss 1 1 1 4 Singlitou 20 524000 Farmer rf 1 500 C. Hill 2b 400000 Rtinlurt If Carni-icf Urown cf Mtth-by-tiria- n Mtth-byttriaMeth-byteria-ll -- 10 10 113 13 scton-tiar-o- "201000 1110 10 It II TO A 5 5 5 5 4 TOTAL Mi:TH-I!YT,:itAB 40 13 12 27 12 0 2 1 3 F. 1 n li. ilradv cf Pinny 21 lunliry p II Coleman 3b C Coleman lb Spoonamorc c . llrady It Stone ss Powell rf 0 3 3 3 1105 4 1 2 1 3 2 11 12 0 3 0 Grand Jury. H. C. Sutton, John Iltitry, G. W. Rice, Robt. Ilurnsidc, J. S. Schooler, Robt. Hutchms, Geo. Spoonamorc, S T, Hoover, loin Hicks, Thomas Hcndrcii, J. N. Denny, W. T. W atson. Petit Jury. S II. Htnr), It. I. Uur ton, IJ. F. Leat ell, Meade Ttatcr, G. W lilam, J no. A. Conn, J. II. Lavvson, James A. Arnold, W. It. Vaughn, Jac James A. Arnold, Jaik Adams, A. W. Duddtrar, G. K. Ballard. W. It. Cook, Lewis Murphy, Frank Holtzclaw, Geo. Dinti), T. J. Price, Win. Murphy, John Roystou, Loyd Bourne, W. R. aughn, Taylor Higmtc, J. H. Posy, J. W. Sweincy, Am. Bourne. 'Juite a surprise wasrcceivid here by friends of the marriage of Miss Bertha Ilurnsidc and Mr. J. W. Lan- dr.un. of Richmond. The marriage took place at the home of the bride's fat Tier, Judge R. A. sBurnside, on last Saturday evening. This marriage was not known by any one of the immediate family. The uroom came in from Richmond on Mie eight o'clock train and secured Key J. Rockwell Smith and went to the bride's home where the ceremony iv as performed The bride is a charm-ut- g young lady while the groom is a prominent railroad man and is now holding a position at Richmond with theL. & N., railroad. They will make their home at Richmond. Mrs Richard Burton and Mrs Nor. man Grow gate a yerv delightful fish dinner at King's Mill last Saturday Long tables There were 85 present. were spread on the banks of the ntcr and were loaded with good things to cat. Marshal Luther Herron, who was dangerously wounded here seteral Sundays ago by a negro. Robert Strange, is thought to be doing nicely and his recovery is almost sure. He was able to take a short auto ride Tuesday afternoon and t is hoped that he will be able within a short time to return to his office as marshal. Miss Rclla Arnold, the popular this city, who has been working in the Lexington Herald Contest for some time, was fortunate and se cured a trip to Atlanti City. .Master Joe Cabell Ramsey and little sister. Luetic, met with a very serious accident on last Wetlnisday afternoon while driving near the home of Ramsey. The shaft broke and dropped down, scaring the little pony I he children and caused it to run. were not seriously injured. Goins, the fourteen year old William son of Mark Goins, of the Marksbury section, accidentally discharged a re volt er, which he was playing with. The hall entered lns stomach and it is thought that his injuries arc very dan gerous. Mrs. .Margaret King, of McKmney. is the guest of Misses Martha and Sal-li- e Bur-dctte gest was done for this iKiuular voung man, but the Grim Reaper would not be denied, and a promising young life was snuffed out, just in the pride of a glorious young manhood. The deeeas. years oi age, ana cu was oniy- - auoui was one of the leading young business men of the west end of Lincoln county before he was stricken with the fatal malady. He was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. htnmttt McCormack. Of genial d disposition, he mads and friends ot all who knew him, and many hearts are sad in the thought that they will see him no mote. A wife, who was Miss Coulter, before their wedding a few years ago, and a little fit y car-ol- d that medical science could sug- jj whole-soule- Mrs. Anne Pridian!, who was on the original bond, asked lo he released as sinilv This was granted. Following are the list of bondsmen: Charlton flay, A. B. Hancock, Brent Arnold, of Cincinnati, Catcsby Woodford, Mr. Laura Wiggins, f. S. Wilson, L, j. brctwell and C. J. Lancastci. lcxandcr hasi determined to fight each of the 32 indictments separately, winch will mean that 32 different juries will hear the various case. As an to the closlngof the banks, and just as the dcjiositors were Recovering from the first shock, came the announcement that It. J. O'Mahony, rctriiue agint for the state at lartre. had filed suit for back taxes against a number of the depositors who had tailed to list their satings with the As sessor. , In County Court Clerk Parson's office there aic filed suits against the ft.llovmg; Nicholas Kriener, $37,500 for five years; Joseph Wilson, $15,000 for fite tears, losenh K. Rcdmon. $3.- 000 for one year, Mrs. Sallie Stuart. $4,000 for fite years; Nicholas Connell, $2,200 f.r fite years, Edward Sparks, SiV.tJUO for lite tears; James Uoty. 000 for five years, George Howard, $2,- lor live years. Dead notes, denied accommodations closed and worthless paper in the bank of George Alexander & Co, total $141,455, according to the report of the deputy banking commissioner. He also finds claims amounting to $100,000 that do not show on the books. tli S- -v broken over their loss. In addition to them, Mr. McCormack is surtited by his father and mother, and the following sisters, Mrs. James II. Woods, and Mrs, Logan Hubble, of near Stanford, and Miss Marnucrite McCormack, of Hustonville, and a brother, Milton McCormack, who has betn at Columbus, Ga, for several years. For a number of years, Mr. McCormack had been a consistent member of the Christian church, and he was ready when the end came. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday morning at 1030 o'clock, services being held at the grave in the Hustonville cemetery by Rev. Carey It. Blain. The pallbearers will be: Honorary. V. G. Cowan. Jnol Riffc, George D. Weatherford. I. W. Hoskins, C W. Adams, and W. M. Mvers; Actite: James Yowell. John Allen. Wm. Nave. Sr.. T G Weather-forMcKcc Itiffe. and Dr. O. S. Williams. d. daughter survitc, and arc heart- DEPOSITORS TO BE FULLY PAID Plans Discussed at Washington ening of London Bank i Reop- Jas. L. Engleman Dies in West News was reccitcd here this week of the death of James L. Engleman', of Pueblo, Colo, which occurred on last Sunday. The announcement of the itpritll rf ftlle wplLVtlnivn min uria i great shock to his friends and relatives here, aithcush it wis known that he was ill of The deceased was a rcsulcnt of this counnt.,1 I (Ml r( tin. Iia ts fnr fnnnv imm Christian Engleman who was one of the prominent farmers of this county. The deceased is survived by his wife, who before her marriage was Miss Pattie Faulkner, daughter of the late Col. J. Iv. Fnilllrillr. nf fnim.. nnm son. Timothy Engleman. of Pueblo, Colo, one brother, George Engleman, of El Paso, Tex., and one snster. Mrs. Eliza Harris, of Hubble, lmtf nf other relatives. typhoid-pneumonia. ' 1M I' disnatch from Washington 0 4 0 1 2 1 5 Green, is visiting her parents, Hon. and 5 1 I 1 0 0 .Mrs. J. K. .Mount. 422322 Mesdames Alex West and Mrs. Jas. 4 0 0 0 0 0 pudderar spent Sunday in Nicholas-vill- e 41 Mrs. Tillett. T. M. Wilson, of Bowling uule-ston- TOTAL Score Meth-byteria- n IT 14 24 13 11 by Inning . 0 12 1 Baptists Summary. thric-has- e 3456789 T 0 5 0 1 3 I 0-- 11 fi 0 0 0 0 2 5 X 13 Two base hits New land hits Lmbry, C Cotiman, Smgliton. Home run Farmer Stolen bases H Coleman 2; Stone, C Cole. man.Newland. Struck out bv Fmtiry 3, v lit Singleton 8 base on balls off 2. Wild pitch F.nibrv 2, Double platStone, Penny, to C Coleman Hit by pitcher C Coleman hv Singleton. Itrovvn 1) rmbry. Tune of game One hour ami forty five minutes I'mpire. I A Rice Scorer Tom Coleman. F.m-br- pre-std- id 1 y . Delightful Tennis Party O.l last Wednesday afttrnoou Misses Pauline I locker and Gallic Mills Craig delightfully iiitertauitd with a tenuis pant at the ttiinis court of the graded stbiHil in honor of Miss hta Logan, of Louisville, and Misses Liira and LluaLtth Carpenter, of Hustonville, Several iutirestmg games of tenuis wtiu playtd, and Miss Logan won th prize that was offtrtd for the best play-t- r, the pnze which was a small tennis rackti and ball was presented by Mr. I locker, ,1. S. Rcfreslmunts consisting of pineapple ice and lady fiugiis were sirved during the evening by Misses lame locker, Annette Wearcn, Nancy Kathcrine McKmney and Annie n anarsilalf Craig, Misses Claudia Mid Margartt Hopper assisted in -1 Ha-to- with Mrs. Charles Denman. Mrs. Gtorge Henry and children, of Birmingham, Ala are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. Henry. Mesdames W. .L. Lavvson, Emma lltgginbotham and Cleveland Rose motored to Stanford and were the guests ot Mrs, Belle Perkins this week. Miss Lillic Noel, of Danville is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Simpson. Mr. Baker Walker is the guest of his sister. Mis. W. O. Rignty. Miss Nancy Walkir, who has been teaching at Atlanta, Ga., rtturned home this week. Mrs. F.mma Kauffman returned home with her daughter, Mrs. John Shaekcl-forof Chicago to spind a month. Mrs: Forest Fitzgerald, of Danville, visiting htr parents, Mr. and Mrs. is It B. ilkiuson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huhlnrd, of Covington, are the guests of Mr. atitl Mrs, J, E. Stormes. Friends here will rtgrtt to learn that Win. Mies, the popular and drug ckrk of It. E. McRoberts' drug store has resigned and will return to Louisville Mr Jack Adams entertained at a six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs. John Boner and Mrs Sallie Maret. of" Camp Nelson, and Mrs. Helm Hackney, of Lon-dod, effi-ice- ional Bank, ot London: As the sequel i, of a visit by W. J. Sparks, of Mt. and Senator James to John Skcl-to- n Cur- Williams, Controller of the rtney. the depositors of the London Na tional Bank probably will be paid in full in the near future, and the bank will reopen for business. For a time it was hoped that an agreement might be reached and the prospective settlement be an of the bank's embarassment nounced at once, but all parties at interest agree that nothing would be lost by a short delay, antl that this course might be more satisfactory in the cud. Mr. Sparks was prepared to nut up $100,000 virtually on the spot and to guarantee the payment of the depositors, while Senator James stood ready to sponsor Mr. Sparks in his undertak Williams, however, Controller ing. Department thought the Treastiry should make an investigation on its own account before placing the stamp ot its otlicial approval on the plan, and to this the visitors acquiesced. An inspector will be sent to London at once to delve into the affairs of the hank and to estimate the amount which Mr. Sparks and his associates should put up to assure the best results to all One bundled thousand dolinterests. lars may be sufficient, or the Treasury Department may decide on a larger amount. This plan was eminently satisfactory to Mr. Sparks and Senator James, and it is understood that anv amount will be forthcoming that the Controller may specify. Mr. Sparks will return to London tomorrow', but may come back to Washington later to conclude the negotiations. Vtr-noi- oioposid riopening of the First vvtek had the following concerning this the Nat- Milton McCormack Goes West Milton McConnaek. of Hustonville. who has been pitching winning ball for the Columbus. Ga.. team in the South Atlantic League, has been compelled to go wesr for his health. A dispatch from Columbus, to the city papers, said of the matter this week : McCormack, who has done valiant work as a pitcher for the local team of the South Atlantic League, but whose health has gone back on him, necessitating! trip to the west and a long rest, was the subject of sympathizing remarks in more than one Columbus pulpit Sunday. Next Thursday's game at the ball park will be a benefit for McCormack. anil a large crowd will doubtless be present. He started his professional baseball"1 career as a pitcher for the Lexington team of the old Blue Grass League, and was afterward traded to Paris, where he helped that team to win the pennant Beckham in Eastern Kentucky A dispatch from Hazard says that J. C W. Beckham received a warm welcome by the mountain Democrats when they gathered about 2,000 strong in Hazard from every nook and cor ner of Perry, Leslie and Knott coun ties to add their voices to the wave of mlhusiasm which seems to be svtctpmg that section for the At 1 .30 in the court house auditorium, surrounded by bunting and flags artistically arranged by the daughters of Democracy, he was introduced in a pointed e speech by Buford C Tyres. After laying stress upon the importance of the amendment to the United States constitution giving the people power to elect United States Senators directly, Mr. Beckham launched into the issues of the campaign. In addition to his record as Governor, he explained that the attacks that hate been made upon him hate been made by the liquor trusts of Kentucky through Mr. Stanley. The speech was well received by the audience which was much impressed by the deliberation anrt of the speaker, and following the speech he was assured of the support of many of the independent in the teiier.il election. J. C W. Beckham spoke in the Y. M. C A. building, in Fleming, the new city, in, Letther county, Thursday night, in the interest of his candidacy for the United States "Senate, and handled the issues in a forceful, splendid manner. The crowd was made up of both Democrats and Republicans. That Mr Beckham is unusually popular in Eastern Kentucky, there is no question. Letcher county will give him a large majority, in fact lotli the McCreary and Stanley followers predict that Beckham will get as many totes as both of them. The same is true of other mountain counties. All along is true of other mountain counties. All along the route of the Lexington & Eastern, Mr. Beckham was given a great demonstration, large crowds coming to the uifferent stations in order to get a glimpse at the next United States Senator from Kentucky. Mr. Beckham will carry eastern Kentucky by the largest majority ever givm a candidate. three-minutEx-Go- ii nt n. 1 st l . They Saved the Day To sate the life of a dog Kclley Smitl.er. Clerk of the Franklin Circuit and State Fiscal Courts and Joe Clixin. of Frankfort, tinned their motorcycle into an rmbankment, but almost sacrificed their lites. The accident occurred near Mrliratcr, in Mercer rotiitv, Sunday, lloth men were seriously injured. Don't Lose Sleep Coughlne at Nlxht Tnke Kolrt's ltonev and Tar Com pound. It glides down our throat anil spreads a healing, soothing coating surface. over the inflamed tickling tin that's immediate relief It loosensstuf-tv the tightness in )our chest, stops wherzv breathing, eases distress- na rnrlflnir. trarinir eouullS. Children Jose it. Refuse any substitutes. Con- no. opiates. lfor aate oy an arugKis. F.llis 1'ovvers, 75 ear old, was kill-n- l by a Cincinnati-Jacksonviltrain Tuesday near Wofford, Whitley county He was walking along the track and is thought not to have heard the approaching tram. The L. & N, was fined at Hopkins, ville for not providing equal accommodations for colon il and white passengers. le nas-stng- er A number of social honors were showered upon the bride during the week On the evening preceding the wedding Mr and Mrs. Joe Claunch en. tertained the briihl party with a beautiful appointed dinner, Dautille. Citrolax. Citrolax CITROLAX Comforting To Stout People First get the name down pat then buy it of your druggist Just the very Fcdey Cathartic Tablets arc a specially good little regulator that keeps best thing for constipation, sick head-ahFour stomach, lazy liter, sluggish tour ststcm in perfect working order bowels, The plecsantest, No biliousness, no constipation, no dis- constipated tress after eating, no greasy gassy surtst, nicest laxative you ever used. Acts taste. A stout person who uses them Tastes good like lemonade. will really feel thinned promptly, without pain or nausea. Gives constantly satisfactory flushing out and more comfortable as a result you the most of their use. For sale by all druggists. you ever had. For sale by all druggists. Logan, of Louisville, Misses i lu.ilitlh and Laura Carpenter ami auce, of Lex visitors, Missis Mary ington. Miss Porter, of Howling Green, I). tv is .McKobcrts, Miss .Miss inue Mavme Smglctoii, Miss Flortnce Car-it- r, Miss Mary Karl). Mjss Mar) Moore Raney. Miss Marion Grimes, Miss K'izabcth Givcns. Miss Mary shepherd Cook, Miss Elizabeth Ilig-gm- s, Miss Catherine Gregory, Miss Marv F.lizahith McKinnev, Miss Fssie Ilurch, Miss F.ffie Ilaughman, Miss Mary Morrison Matheny. Miss Verna Rout, Miss Marguerite Fox. of Dan-vilMrs. J S Ilaughman, Mrs W II McKmney. Mrs. W. G. .Smith. Mrs. W II Wearcn. Messrs Spalding Hill, Richard Cobb, William Yager, Sam Finhrv, Welch Rochester, Hubert Car. neiiti r, Francis Weatherford, fames Cooper, Prescott Urown. Clinton Coleman, Harris Coleman, Thomas Cole-nuGeorge Hopper. Joseph Hopper, Robert Carter. Wallace Siniilttou, lesse locker, How aril New land, Hirry Remhart, Harry Carter ami Dr J. II. Perkins. Miss e. 1 iiiiertaiumg 'lliuse prisint were Prof, and Mrs. J Inland. .Mrs J, 11, Haughman, Miss Willie Wilkinson entertained a number of her friends with a nicnie the honor guests were Misses I.ucile Wilkinson, of Liberty, Martha Ball Ratcliff. of Sharpsburg and Fdna Ber-kc- l. of Bryantstillc Always Lead to Better Health of the stomach, liver and kidneys. The best corrective and prevmtive" is Dr. Lines New Life Pills. They; Purify the Blood Prevent Constipation, keep Liver, Kidncvs and Bowels in I ealthy conditions, Give you better health by ridding the st stein of fermenting and gassy foods Lffectite and mild, 25, at Ashland Bank Closes Its Doors Citizen's Bank and Trust Company, of Ashland, Tuesday closed its tloors atttr an examination by State Bank Examiner, J. B. Chenault. State Banking Commissioner Smith left for Ashland 1 he bank has a capital stock of V00.000. a surplus of $20,000. of $400,000 and loans of $500,000. Alleged bad loans in the South is said to be the cause of the bank's trouble. The President and Cashier of the bank are 1 bonus Bogges and J. S. Head, Jr., The bank was or ganized in VM7. Ihe hta Scions sicknesses start in disorders tour drtugist Nicholasvllle Wets Appeal The whisky people of Nicholastille, hate filed an answer and petition to the Court of Appeals at Frankfort for case, i nhearing of the election by the which Court was decided against thtin of Appeals several tlavs ago. Jessamine county went "dry last fall by a I irge majority. The "wets" contested tin t lection, and tin; Court of Appeals Iceided the election was valid. Cures Stubborn, IUhy Skin Troubles "I could scratch, mvself to pieces" is nffu heard from suffers of Eczenma. letters, Itt.lt ami similar Skin Eruptions, Don't Scratch Stop the Itching it once with Dr Htibsou's Eczenma Ointment Its first application starts healing; the Red, Rough, Scaly. Itch-ii- g Skill is soothed by the Healing and Cooling Mtdiclncs Mrs C A Rock Island, III. after using Dr writes Eczema Ointment Ibdison' "'J his is ihe first time in nine vi"ars I have bciu free from the dreadful ail- ol" Guaranteed. 50c. at tour Drug- I gist. Ein-feb- lt, nominations for the long and short term senatorship as made up, the for mation ot the names on the ballot will be as follows to conform with the pri mary law which provides that in the t'lrst I'tMrict the candidates shall appear on the ballot in alphabetical or. tier ami then alternate in the rest of the districts. In the First, Fourth, Seventh and Tenth districts, the order in which the senatorial candidates will appear is BccMum, McCreary, Stanley for the long term, and Camden, Smith, omig. for the short term, in the Sec ond. Fifth, Eighth and eleventh dis tricts it will be McCreary, Stanley, Biikham and Smith, oung, Camden, in the Third, Sixth and Ninth, the order will be Stanley, Beckham, and Young. Camden, Smith. The Republican likewise will al tcrr.cte alphabetically. iy Position on the Primary Ballot Wi'h the races for the Democratic f, At llrcmtn, Ga, W M Golden, of the I quitahle Life Insurance Society, says' he found Foley Kidney Pills to be the best remedy for kidney ami bladder troubles, also for rheumatism He having says, "Any person kidnev backache trouble, rheumatism or should be tery glitl to find such n wonderful remedy For sale by all drug gists. Coughs and Colds Weaken the System Continued Coughs, Odds and Bronchial troubles arc depressing and weak, en the system. Loss of weight and appetite generally follow Get a 50c bottle of Dr King's New Discovery today It will stop your cough The first dose helps. The best medicine for Stubborn CoiikIis, Colds and alt Throat and Lung Troubles M O H. Brown, Ala., writes "My wife was siik during the hot summer months and I honestly beliete Dr. King.s New Discovery sated her life" Good for children. 50c. and $100, at your Druggist. Mus-catin- e, Complains is horse made that thieves are active in many counties in Southern Kentucky, Hot Weather Tonic et Health Builder Arc vou run down Nertous Tired? Is et entiling ton do an effort? You are not lazv you are sick I Your stomach. Liver, Kidneys, and whole system need a Tonic. A Tonic and Health Builder to drives out the waste matter build you up and renew your strength. Na- j thing better than Electric HitfetH. Stait todav Mrs. Fames Duncu fiUv. ncswltf, Mc, writes: ComfdeWly aaitviw ed me after several doctora amu 'mM . '' . t) 1 .,.. .. .,.- - T..-- x u '' L ,sjjps. Tia'i. r 1 ' t M! A- a K - -- (.24JrV;3 .. Ldh? i , l A- - ' W J.v. TJ THE INTERIOR JOPRWAt STANFORD, KBWTPCKY FRIDAY, JttWI IS, 1114. TW httrisr JswmI HAUD.KT IN When in Danville, shopping, visit Our LADY ELIZABETH REFRESH- 8HRLTOM M. 1 Proprietor ADVANCK frfl w rvt left tn prmi tmrtertha nam. If rtm don't stop tt briHn latrier will b . a few A TEAK rriUCThT A ptrtofUn at Sfnftrd U Knlrttd at l man waiter. Hftnd ttn MENT SHOP. Everything to eat and drink. Cooled by electric fans. Clean and sanitary. See how restful it is, just for a few moments Tl'c first isttc of the Amlervm County Neconl, a new comer in Kentucky country journalism came to our desk toilay, and ii a txauty from three Mantfpoints: T) poRrapliical, financial and news. It is chuck full of liye news and prosperous looking adcrtising. At present it is licinp; printed at the Allocate office in Damillc until the owners, who arc understood to lie a abdicate of I.awrcnceliurK business men, can install their own plant. A. V. formerly city editor of the Advocate, is the editor and the paper shows that he knows news and is a hustler. Tim-one- A tl rtew Oi ttrtHInf i o-- . II rV aw Ml hen, II fciomn nn Mhr term,A tte. bat willnlpreyent hundrttt mt n It. ol awlara ot Iruubli. "T.H M Hf Antiseptic Salve TJ. It" J rft Jm ig Mfftft million Dn. BULL'S A Woman's Foot IF A WOMAN can become spoiled about anything, or is prouder cf 4WALK one part of her body than OVER another, it is over her foot and shoes. A nice, rich silk hose, over a straight, well arched woman's foot, inside a stylish, LOW SHOE, is certainly attractive. These SILK HOSE we have dj A A per in black, tan and white, at pair LOW SHOES in patents, dull leathers and fabrics, in oxfords, straps and pumps, at good-fitting EUBANK Joined his family at Cliff, Flovd county, Friday, where they arc visiting .Mrs. Howards par Hits, Their little daughter, Kuliy is itntc ill with vvlimiping cough, which lir has developed since they left home here. a few liov McMiillin i spending here daw with the home-folk- s l)r J. C. Morelu-ahas been in lov- mj.t.m this week on liusinc Mis Llira Thompson ts visiting re lativtr at Ludlow. Miss Mollie Todd has returned from a visit with friends at Ludlow There was an ice cream supper oat- unlay titsht at W. B, Ahlcv's and ll. J. Howard mm I Davis Drug Store Next to Court Houte h;m s The lltlt district pipers arc ccttinc some nice advertising from Caleb Towers and Joe Bosuortli in their race for '.lie republican nomination for congress. Talk altil about jour mud slitiKitiK; all records arc hems broken in that Nearly cery paper in the disrace trict is carrying several columns each issue from both candidates, and neither is hesitating to tell cer thing he knows or has heard alout the other. Which reminds us. that wc liaxcn't noticed the 'nounccment of any candidate for congress in Kighth district papers, let alone any arguments on the subject. Tavlor Wesley and family, of Louis ville, are here v Kiting their patetiK Silas Welcy and Hemp Phelps. Prof. Cla Singleton Is at Home from Wcrtern Kentucky Normal school, at Howling Green, and will teach at Mil jon W. H. Hunn has secured a very In crativc position as business manager of the large store of II F. Cxtper; at Harriman, Tcnn.. Mrs. Hunn will join her husband at that place today, where they will reside in the future. We to loc them, but wish them success in their new home. Mr Hunn is a lminr man of ex perience, and rare ability and vv pre. diet for bint success, wherecver he may cast his lot Prof. W. Herbert Reynolds will teach chool at Turncrsville this fall Prof. Virgil Mc.Myllin. will teach in the graded school at Hustonville in September Edgar McClure is at DinviIIc with the railroad signal depart ment Or. Morgan, optician, of Wilmorc, is ncrc tln week. A ooncrcte sidewalk is being laid in front of the ccmcttrv and Baptist church. at riato'Cullips. J PA allU pl.VV UVt ill . w LI could talk it would recommend the Ford. The man who obeys the yoice of econo my invests his dollars in the Universal car. He knows it serves his every purpose best and at lowest cost, liuy yours today. $500 is the price of the Ford runabout, the touring car is $550, f.o.b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from If your pocket-boo- k It is now United States Senator 1. N. Camden, and Kentucky is rightfully representee! in the upper hall of con gress by two democrats. Gov. issued the commission to SenCamden early in the week and he ator was sworn in at Washington on Thursday being introduced by Senator Ollic M. James. Senator Camden is a big man in cery cne of the word and will measure up fully to the high position he has been called to fill. ilia and Carranza. the two Mexi can rclx.l leaders, have broken, and the forn.ir seems to hac tlic adantigc, as he got ?1,000,000 in cool cash that was m the strong box. Gic us that mu.'li money and the rest of 'cm might have Mexico and all she contains. Nat II. Sewell, of London, has filed his petition for the Democratic nomination in the Eleventh district. He will hac no opposition for the nomi nation, liut it wont be worth much. G W GaMtncati is visiting Evc'cMt in Newcastle. Ind. his son. $2.50, $3.00, $3.SO and $4.00 They are New They are Pretty They are Good. T- H. SHAKE Allen's iL-rFoot-Ease, Foot-Eas- - McROBERTS Few Persons Escape Catarrh REXALL CATARRH SPRAY is a safe, prompt, ef- McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agents for Lincoln and Casey Counties. SHORT NEWS NOTES Intense opposition to the treaties wtih Nicaragua and Columbia eleel oped the hearings before the Foreign Louisville Progresses will provide candidates lor both the sliort and long senatorial terms. Freak trunks were attacked bv the National Baggage Agents' Association, meeting in Detroit. I he members want baggage standardized. 5mt is to be filed testing the valid ity of the new law maiding third class cities to adopt the commission form of government. The Kentucky Livestock Sanitary Hoard is preparing regulations for the movement of livestock and carcasses in this state. Thomas livers, of Shelbyville, of Motor Vehicles, is in Washington trving to Bet his son. Lieut, Hyer appointed Inspector of Militia ot Kentucky, to succeed Captain Ureck inridge. a brother of Assistant Secre tary of War Henry Breckinridge. Lieut Bvers has been at Vera Cruz but is now at home in Kentucky on leave oi absence. For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your FROG POND The farmers arc rejoicing over the nice rain Saturday night. Mcsrs. Henry and Aden Sims e Children's l5.ty at Parlor Grove on Grove Sunday. Mr- -. W T. Elliott visited her daughters. Mrs, Marion Douglas, Mrs. Edgar Griffin, and .Mrs Ashford Sims the latter part of last week Miss Laura Sims visited Miss Vcs-te- r Sims Saturday night and attended the Children's Day at aPrlor Grove on Sunday and reports a nice time. Mr Marion Douglas and family d at Mr Ashford Sims' Sunday. irgil Elliott is rejoicing over Mr the arrival of a fine baby girl at his home. at-thvis-itc- INTO Y0HR SHOES the antiseptic po . It relieves painful, smarting ten dtr. in rv ous feet, and inttanilv lakes the sling out of corns and bunions It's the greatest comfort discovery of e makes Allen's the age tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a callous, certain relief for sweating, swollen, tirid, aching feet. Alwavs use it to break in new shoes. Try it toda) Don't ac Sold evervwhere, 2$ ctnts For FRI'E trial ce,)t an "substitute. package address Allen S Oluntid, l. Kov. N Y. 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. cr Light Weight Underwear, Snirts, Straw Hats PARLOR GROVE There was a fine rain raturdav night, corn is growing mcil.v and fanners are cutting wheat. Children s Day was fittingly observed here Sundav. A large crowd was prcstnt to hear" the carilull) prepared program which consisted of recitations, choruses, songs, solus, iUjruttcs, read Interesting ad ings ami dialogues. dresses were given by Mr Tom-- , of Wavncsburg, and Rev. Cannon, of King's Mountain. Air alentme Fagalev, of Wavnes-Lurgave a reading Mrs. Hatter and children anil Mrs. Hudson, of King's Mountain assisted in the exercises, l.ittli giving songs and rt citations Miss Marie Smith of King's Mountain of the younger members noted. All ol the Sunday school gave appropriate selections. Mr. Ben Mc.Mullin. wife and little daughter and Mr. Harden Mc.Mullin and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. McCoy. Mr and Mrs. Lccman Sintdeton, of Wanesburg, spent the wctk end with Ml. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan. V.n. Win. Ball, has received word that her daughter, Mrs. Josie Hill, who is in the hospital at Cincinnati is im proving. Mr. and Mrs. Hundley Gooch arc receiving a visit from their joungesl son. Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Smith and little daughttr, of King's Mountain atttnded Children's Day. Mr. George tloskins and family ami Misses Sidney and Ella Hoskins. of Crab Orchard, visited friends here over Sunday. vavneslmrg. Kings several from Mountain, Pleasant Point. Olive and Crab Orchard wire here Children Day. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. "TIZ" Soothes Sore Tired, Sweaty Feet Ah! what relief No more tired feet J. F. Cummins Go To no more burning feet, swollen, bad smelling, sweats feet. No more pain in corn callouses or bunions. No matter wha. aiU jour feet or what un sun eler, the trijd vou've get' without T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House iust use "TIZ' "TIZ" draws all the out poisonous ex udatiens which puff up the feet. "TIZ" is magical, "TIZ" is grand. "TIZ" will cure jour foot trouble so face joull never limp or draw up jour tight in pain. Your shoes won't seem your feet will never, hurt or get and sore, swollen or tired. Get a 25 cent box at any drug or department store, and get instant ting relief WAYNESBURG P.. Jones filled his regular appointment on Saturday and Sundav Kev George Grem came with him and preached Saturda) evening and bun ..iv nioriuiK'. A large "crowd attended the ordi nation of Dr. A. K. Caldwell and Mes srs. T. B. Caldwell and Jarrctt Johnson as Deacons Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Mr and Mrs. A. B Morgan, Glenn Morgan. Coy and Holli Kc) nobis visited Mrs. M. D. McKmzie at Danville bundav. Misses Mavme Singleton anil Ethel Hogue. of Pleasant Point, are visiting relatives here this week'. Mrs. C C Gooch and Miss Jenkins have just returned from a visit to Mrs. H. Hogue in Louisville Mr anil Mrs 11 P Daigh. arc re joictng over the arrival ot a little son in their home. Missis Pearl and Hettic Kev nobis, of Euhank. were the guests of Mis M .iud Caldwell Sunday. Mis Pearl McKmzie, of Danville elma is visiting her cousin. Miss Morgan. S mif of our altendrd Un! ilren's Du) at Parlor Grove Stmd.i) Mrs. T. J. Burleson and children, were guests of her sister, Mrs Will Horton Friday. Mr and Mrs Kile) Kc) fluids and little daughters Ussic and ( trace visited their brother, T S. Kc)iiolils on Satunb) and Sundav. Mr and Mrs. W I) Johnson, of King's Mountain and Mr and Mrs Jarrctt lolm.on and children spent Sunday at W. K Suislcton's. Mrs.' Alice Gooch and Barrett Caldwell spent Saturday and Kunila) with Mr and Mrs. Arthur Caldwell. Rev J Penny's Drug Store 'The Rexall Store" OXFORDS i j I . ' (HsHSlL SlsBK35fcrokV "Once Again" WfJHtMBHsKfSlA I I I Nvlksslsikm tjiagffwijiiBSi XsSliBLH its al- i NEW in CUTS WEshadesShoeihethat neverCROSSETT LOW that the loses shape, 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. have just received a new line of sizes, lasts and Bladder irritations, kidney troubles, dull headaches, weariness, pain in back and sides, all show the kidneys need to be toned up, strengthened, their regular action restored. Foley Kidney Pills will do it surely and quickly. They give good health, freedom from pain, a return of appetite and sound sleep. Try them. For sale by all 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. 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 is conservative, safe, 56 years old, has sound man agement and efficient service. Make this Bank your Bank. Small accounts solicited. HOCKER, President. S. T. HARRIS, VicePres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier.' S. J. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday. JUNE 2(st Some His SaUries II nut gencrilly known that Chrisbaseball plajer, rety Mathewson, ceives a bigger hourly salary than cith. er Wilson or Brvan. Mathcwson's hourly salary is $187.50 an hour for eight hours during the baseball season. John-soanother plajer, gets $156.50 an hour, while President Wilson receives $3) an hour, and Gary of Steel Trust HIGHLAND fame gets $40 for evcrv sixty minutes Tcbacco sitting Is about over of time he puts in. Wilson puts in Wnea. harvest is here and farmers 5.504 hours, o does Gary, Bryan and report a fairlv gxid crop. Speaker Clark, the latter receives $4 80 Horn, to the wile of .Mr. . h. Butt. an hour, while the writer of this arti- a girl. cle can barely make connections with Mrs. Jennie Itaugh. who has bicn the next meal. Ex. sick for some time is improving oung and Master Willie hi! L. Noilly, wire both sick this week. O. ( Speakcs is getting his nudum. read) foi threshing. ohn Kogers and sons and B. D llirtt are also gitting ready to start out threshing in a few dajs. KUYKENDALL'S GREASELESS .mix uiruie iirvani, ot iiurnsuic, is LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY visiting her grandma, Mrs. Margaret itch, Noting and other relatives. Certainly does cure any and all .Mr O, G bpeakes has gone to Lan. iiiij Skin Troubles such as Hczema, Tet ter, King Worm. I'oison Oak. Itch. castir on a business trif.. Miss Fannie Young, who has lu'tn Fever Blisters, Frost Bites, Chicken I'ox, I'rukley Heat, Nettle Rash and with her brother and sisters in LouisOld Stubborn Sores thought to be Can- ville and at Dep.iuw. Iud, for some She was cers. Gives instant relief and cures weeks has returned home phvsicians fail. TKV ONE BOTTLE. accompanied by her sister. Miss Fffu loiuiir, ilin has been in Lotusvil e or ON SALF AT New Stanford Hrug Co., Stanford. more than a ear. Tanner, McKmney, Ky. Mrs Mary Mirber. who has been with Ed Hustonville, Ky. her sistir-in-laMrs I ury Butt lor Chas. Adams Thompson Drug Co., King's Mt'n. vxtie da v s returned to her home at Cor. bin today. Caldwell Drug Co., Waynesburg. EATMAN MANUFACTURING MISS. Aye Wesak Lunar. Cousha. WeakThroata. M 'taeie'a Colds. S Pectoral fc.iV"' Sold for 70 yean. Ask Your Dottor. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments Service-Guaran- GREAT DISCOVERY Original Designs and Prompt Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Closed' on Saturdays Telephone No. 164. STANFORD, KY. teed LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK canUcd7Ky:u,e Unroll) lode No. 00 V. m A. M nif.U In It lid rumrauuicalinn un each firM and third Monday nliihla of rarh month at 7 n'cloek U their hall on Main inert, rjtanforl, Ky MeJi bri of ilMer lodjeiVV. fraternally inTiled to U fUKLA.SU. Het. prewnt. J. Masons' Meetino Mr. Farmer: When you come to Stanford, day, don't fail to see that "INDIANA SILO" on the Eubanks' lot, near L. & N. Depot. Give me your order early. I have sold 31 during April and May. "THERE IS A REASON." Mon- Old Dripping Springs The famous summer resort is now open for season and newly furnished. I will be in position to give guests first class treatment, first class, fair and good accommodations A first class livery and feed stable in connection. Rates reasonable. Persons deviling rates will please write me at Crab Orchard, Ky. IOHN D. WILSON, Prop. $1.50 Raunrf Trip $1 .SO Trl. SPECIAL TRAIN Round lum JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. o. TO THE'PUIUC I represent the largestnd best clothing house in this coun-t- o V Price & Co., Chicago. III., My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If vou give me our order 1 will promise )ou deal. Vou will get the worth a imiare of .vour money, either in the cheaper grade or the higher priced. My spring line of samples are r.ow ready for jour insnection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY. Tte Practical Tailor, made-lo-ordrr They mjr cteir out the Inttttlotl tract, Lll. but do not relieve the dmuiueU-u- p Yeiri ko lUy Apple Hoot (railed f o bile elarler. dophyllio) wu I wt-riu- rt It frlpvil fearfully, but brought out the bile. Podcphylliu with the (ripe taken oat U now to be bad uodtr tte nam MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVE Cm Mud to Not Touch tMUw CatkfirlccfVNttandNtttt Accounts and Notei collected and Claims of all lundi locked aller anywhere in the United Slain. Abaoliilely No (JliMritra I'u. learn rollrrlion in made Our lyilem geli the money. A Inal will contince you. Bank lefciencet Wnte today. MAY'S COLLECTION ACENCY Someitet, Ky. W. P. K1NCAID, District Agent V uutf 46 4fi9.4JU4i$'m.1lm't" ' !!' 'lliwiw. 'fifSmi4txv4i stmmmrxfTmnKnmtmtiltiiiimii0iai ww55rSS?5IS55SiwBBSS Sf&&tZ&3SS!5S5& TMK trlTKMOIt jOfJRrtAL STANFORD, KBNTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914. HUSTONVILLE ROYAL Pure Makes Htat-Btlri- if PERSONAL and SOCIAL StratiM and Easy .JnJae J. V. Alcorn has been confined to lii liome for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice are In Ala., spending several days. Mrs. J. I'. Holdani lias returned to Crab Orchard after a visit to friends itir tin svtli.ll tl.l)1. Mr. and Mrs, Kobcrt Gaines arc re crivinK congratulations over the am Mil of a little sou, KumcII I' Drown came over troiu Lancaster Thursday to sec ills parents Dr. and Mrs. I'.. J. Ilrown. Mr. V. V Carson and daiiKlitcrs Misses Lottie and Anncllc arc visit iiik' rrlamcs anil friends in Lancaster. ,A0W1 TSSflfiff XT Its Sr ccd, Power, Economy, Ease of Openation and Durability make the XakwBll the Ideal Car. "ay At iti price it is the world's greatest aatoaobile Taloe. A fully equipped, roomy family automobile, 'lliccar that YOU aliould o n. Cimt an iniutt it. VA 1 Jamie Thompson, of Ml. crnon, is the guest ot L K. lluitlics. Mrs. '1. I). Nancy lias littn confined to licr lied for several days tins ueik on account of tuimlitii. Miss MarKticritc Fox, of Danville, is ,lt. KUC , mi,, j(fic HauKliinau. Mrs. L. M. Wejtcrficld and iliililrcn of Cans, arc the musts of Mrs. M. D. 'Jmorc. Mi-- s I'.tii.ibetli St.iKK left Thursday, lor Knoxvillc, icnn., to visit Iter nro tlur Harry .Staiii: and wife. Mrs. hit, (inilry, Miss Minnie Gentry cnolils, ot Alt. ver ami Alls non. arc the i!iii'ts of Mrs. K. J. Ilrown Miss Delia Rice lluulie. of Lancas er, spent several days this week Willi itr aunt. .Mrs. I. v. .ccv. Mr and Mrs. O K llntti and sou. Janirs, of Le.xiiiKtoti, arc the irucsls of their i aim tier. .Mrs. K. C. rcpiicr Miss Mary IIikk'"' returned home Thursday from Ruck Mill, S. C, where uv has In tn leaching. Mrs, Mary Wallace and dangler have n tiled the property of Mrs. aal. I'e Johnson on Lower .Main and have moved 4o it. Arnold Foreman, of Raines, Mich., is litre muiK iiik with old friends, Itav iiik lived lief? several vears auo. lie has now i, lucrative position wiui j. i Case Co. Foster Mrs. C. Ila and little d.iUKhter, Jane Murrell, and Miss l.)le Cooncr. are the uuesis of Mrs. Hos ier's patents, Dr. and Mrs, O. I'. Nuck- ols at I'mevillc. if Oroville Mrs, II I). Grecorv. Calif, and daughter, Miss Catherine, Mireuory, who has been attending the .(.cllcee of Music in Cincinnati, are tin jUitests of her father, JiiiIkc James V. Ilailey. Misses Laura and I'.lir.ilitth Carpenter eiitetlained at their beautiful culm-!tr- y home near llustonville, on Thurs-ida- y afternoon in honor of their Kitests i.Mi!.e. Mary Vance, of I.exinKton, and Miss Porter, of ItowlitiK Green. fill refreshments were served dttr ' Those present wert iiik the afternoon. Mrs. J II. IlatiKhman, Miss Kv.iI.o-jk'ati- . Miss Martha Hotmnell, Miss Hlea-- , nor Lewis. Miss Mary Shelby, Miss Josephine Saturnine. Miss Martha Shelby. .Mrs. Turner Carpenter, Miss and Carter ligiii De-lil- it San-Idiil- .tir.l iU)' illntsj. J. I., llcailcy is able to be out after J sss H. C . a Carpenter, ; 9j jb & Qjr At Line oln Count National Bank. Ant. itinlord, Kentucky. sfl 9 J. .3 w BUCK CKEEK Mrs. Moore has been 111, but is some belter now. Ml. and Mrs. (ironic Hoskins. of night Cr;,b Orhcard, spent Satiml.iv with Mr. and Mrs. I. L. McCurry. We had a Kood ram Saturday fiii;tit j .and it ha helped the fartmrs a Kreat ileal. larpe crowd attended Children's way at rarior iirovc aumiay. -H Mr. Alva Moritan made a flying trip Q lo Tennessee. U Mr den Sims and Miss Laura, spent Saturday mulil with their cousin, ,Mis Vctcr Sinn. Mr Loruo Sins at el Miss Mablc Klint am tided Cbihlren's Day at Par lor drove Sunday. Mrs J. A. Haves, has been verv til. but is some better now. Mr Willie Hundley has returned from Danville. .MsMm&te&, ' ..V 4s!9RRHRVkRRRRRPHlill f M JJrinksFi i40' I it answers every beverage re- - I quirement vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. will satisfy you. the B K$s? a rrrXI ly name . iff svbencrrr you ate nn Arrow think Coe-Cola, THE RRs. BRitw RRa COCA-COL- A COMPANY egtlJIB W aRsRRR WU 1, this section every once in a while. Mr. I loffman Weddinn presents ai Mueller's is enthusiastic for Iteckham for Senator, but says it looks like store. Stanley may carry Whitley county over him. This is the first county in this KI'.O touring car in good shape, will end of the state that the J., has sell or trade for Ford runabout or tourlie ml of that an) one will predict will ing G. H. Masters, McKinney, be carried by Stanley, most of them Ky. car. 49-. 'Beckham being conceded to WIMTL me. telephone me, come and ee me about your house, carnages, Congressmen Playing Hookey and automobile painting. Paper hanging Many numbers of congress are "play- a specialty. Shop on West Main street ing hookey" these days, now that there Telephone in residence, No. J. J is a lull in the business of the House, Ileldcn. Stanford, Ky. s.ivs a dispatch from Washington. On!) four of the 11 members of the Ken tucky delegation are "on the job", the There Is more Catarrh In il aoctlan cf the others being out in the state looking country tbin all ctbrr dlMaiwa put together, and to b jura waa political fences. Those left Dntll the Uit rew great nianj tuppmed doctora alter their a jeara IncunUr. at Washington are Representatives pronouucel Itlor loril (Jtwaae autl preacrlbed lutal a Marklcy, Johnson, Koue ami Hclils reciedlea, anil bj ruiutaatl filling to cure with trratmrnt, pronounced It Incurable. Science " benteeism" is general among the a ctnitttutlonal dlieaae, delegations from the Middle West, baa protrn Catarrh to beconvtltutlonal treatment. and therefore rniulree where the campaign is likely ro lit limit's Catirrb Cure, manufactured b F. J. Cliener & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Is the on! Constitutvaged fiercest this year. tional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally In from 10 dropj, to a traiimonful. It acta dlrectlj on the bWd tnd mucous surfaces of NEAL'S CREEK the a stem. They offer one hundred dollsrs for Reliance comedy at the opera hotts," .Mrs. M X. Terrv and son snent Fri. any case It falls to cure. Send for clrculara and tonishl. dav wnh Mrs. J. J. Bcldeii. testimonials Address: r. J. CtlEXEV & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Air. .Noah vkiilmore. of .Masons Oap, (Sold by Druggists, 7.V. Camp was down to see J. C. Farmer Satur Students' Military Instruction Take Hall's Family I'llla for constipation. day lo Asheville, N". C July 0 to August .Mrs. Jene Hutchinson and Miss Chlo Depart-o- r th. The United States War Farmer .vere 'n Stanford Friday. nt has selected Asheville, X. C, as ALBIA Kev. Greer filled his regular appointbuutlt, oneu ment at this place last bhiuiay. Instruction Catnn for the A much needed rain fell here Sunstudent of Colleges and Universi io Mrs, Charley ilaugh and daughter, day night. ties and graduates of High schools, Dtucie were in Manford Saturday. Cummins preached at Oak Kev. vshevillc. is 2SW feet uIhivc the sea lea. Mr. I. t. banner has been on the Grove Saturday night and Sunday, v vil and the climate,, is cool and de- sick list for the past few ilavs. large. crowd attended. lightful. For particulars telephone or Miss i ffie Farmer and little Miss Mrs. Koscoc Whccldon, of Waynes, uritc. II. II. Todd, D. P. A., 15? City Thelina Hutchinson anil Dink Farburg, visited her mother Sunday. Mrs. mer, Jr., were at Saufley Saturday. Logan Kstes is convalescing. Mrs. Kppvrson. of Highland, is with filled his regular Kev. Carmicheal CHAPPELL'S GAP her daughter, Mrs. Kddie Terry this appointment at Quail church batttr-daMr. James Todd has started a sing, vv eek. and Sunday. Sunday morning hi Mr and Mrs. A. B. Morgan and son, baptized two. nig school at Mt. Oltvc which will loi some time. A latgc crowd (il'iin. and Master Mollis and Coy visited her .Mrs. George Sturgeon and Miss father, Judge Daigh at Wavnesburg. wis present Sunday and everyone felt iscynolds, of Wa.viiesburg that it was good to be there, as Mr. Ftbcl Ilrackett, Miss Oca Farmer all fodtl is one of our fine singers. We motored over to Danville Sunday to BEE LICK hope to see a larger crowd out next see Mr. and Mrs. Durward Singleton and Mrs. Mack McKinzic. The farmers are glad to see the gqod U!Hla). regular rain that fell a few nights ago. Key. Livingston filled his Miss Sallic llogie was the pleasant Mrs. W. M. Scott is on the sick list visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hogic, oi appointment at Saufley Sunday. Ms Catherine ileldcn and Miss at this writing. Walnut Flat last week. Mrs. W. I:. Taylor is aslc to be out Miss Certlia Dishon was the guest Catherine Terry were at Stanford on again. of .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oakes Sat Saturday. .Mrs Lharles Uunnaway was ilown to Mrs. E. M. Elder is better at this urday. last week. writing. Mrs. Arch Anderson is very ill at see her home-folk- s , Miss Cletter ami Annie Kirk was Littte Nannie Owens has been this writing. but is better at this writing. Mrs James Plumnier is improving. down to sec tlieir uncle Mr. James Mr. I.ulher Owens has been on the Mr. Clyde Curtis ami Miss Jewel Kirk Sunday. Mr. James Kirk has been on the sick-lis-t sick list. (ioodwitt passed through heie Sunday A. L. Scott is btlter, we are glad to Miss (Sracc and Charli" Harris visitA good crowd attended church at say. ed their sister, Mrs. A. F. Noakcs, of Saullev Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Stringer, Jr., 'me Hill Sunday. .Mr. I. (.. banner is at his brothers have been visiting her rather, Join. Mr Ivon Manuel, Miss Lucy Dowen Proctor, at Quail. ind Mr. and Mrs. French, of Pine M' W. H. Farmer this vvctV. Mrs. A. F. Grimes ami children, of Mr. Steve Proctor, of Quail has been rove, attended singing at Mt. Olive Sauflev. were over to see Dink Far. visiting here for the last week. Sundav. and family Monday Mr. Melvin Owens, the correspondF.lniort1 Anderson had the accident o iner .Mr. ?ttl Hurdttte was out to sec J.J. ent, of Quail to the I J., says be has em'ng his foot very badly cut, while Bclden Sunday. added Crab Orchard R. R. No. 1 and hopping wood the other day. Mrs Meiirv Kills was in Stanford Quail so he can get all of the news and Tin little daughter of Mrs. Frank Thursday. we believe he has. Detnson is very ill. .Mr and Mrs. Taylor Kobards were Mr. M. Owens says he is going to Mr. James llogie, Messrs. Charlie it Saufley Sunday. join the Mexican war. Me has bought ml Paul Jesswetn, spent Sunday Ma'ter George Luster is on the sick- fifteen cents worth of powder and shot at Oltenheim. The farmers are about through cutMr Tom Johnson will leave for list this week, ting wheat. PomilcMcr soon. Mr. Daniel llrotigh-i.- n Read This M. M Taylor has overhauled W. M will move where Mr. Johnson lives. The Texat Wonder Kidney cure Scott's dairy house with a new coat of Get Rid of the Torment of Rheumatism cures diabetes, and all irregularities paint. Mrs. Lucinda Proctor died on Satur-da- y Kfinetuber how spry and active you of the kidney and bladder in both night at 8.30 P. M. She has been yon had rheumatism, tcp and women. If not sold by your were before backache, swollen, aching ioints and druggist, will be sent by mail on" re- sick for a number of years. Her restiff, painful muscles? Want to feel ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two mains were taken to Bethel burying that way again? You can just take mouths' treatment and seldom fails ground on Sunday evening at three Foley Kidney Pills. For they quickly to perfect a cure. end for Kentucky P M. Kev D. R. Gentry conducted clear the blood of the poisons that testimonials. Dr D W Hall. 2926 funeral services. She leaves a husOlive street, St. Louis, Sold bv drug band and six children to mourn her cause jour pain, misery and torment loss. (Advt ing rucumaiism. ror saie oy an drug gists. gists. 1 3 6-- R 29-t- f. t.rio-. y very-sickg Christian church, beginning August ii. A. II, llatigh minister of the Christian church at this place, left Tuesday morning for llurnsidc, where he will conduct a revival. Mrs. llattgli accompanist him, and will spend several days visiting her relatives and friends at Mjnlicello. Miss Klizahclh Stattg, of Stanford, and iMigrnc Fishliack, ot Ml. Vernon, arc the attractive guests of Misses No 'jcrta and hman Wain tins week, Miss l.ydia McKeu is (he i;tiest of (Haiti at the Wc.itlicrford Mrs. J Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. James I Onod and Mrs. John (Jood and children, of Covington, dined for dinner Tuesday with Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. lloskins, !'. II. Powell lias tilaced several new binders among the farmers in the last few days. Wheat harvest is now on and every-bod- y is getting a move on themselves to get ready for the occasion, Mvers, Tucker and Co., arc shipping out a large lot of fine lambs this vvttk. The corn crop of this section is look-iawful fine, since the rain last Saturday and most of the farmers have tlieir crous in fine sliane. Mrs. John Allen arrived home Tuesday front Louisville for several days, and is under treatment and is much improved, C W. Adams motored to Danville Wednesday morning to lake Col. R. C I lopper. ( oit'tderablc tobacco nas been set ir. this end of the county. James Coulter, of Middlebitrg, was up Wednesday morning to see Mr. ami Mrs. C. H. .McCortnack. Work has been begun on the new bridge, we arc to have across the Hanging Fork, on the Liberty pike McKec Uiffe has the contract to build the abutments and make the fill that is necessary for the bridge, The abutments will be of concrete. Win. McKinncy has the contract (o build them and the work will be pushed to a rapid completion. Anyone wanting to contribute to the fund for its erection can do so by calling on McKec Uiffe. All auto owners of this section should uive a liberal contribution as it will be a ureal benefit to them. M. S. IlatiKhman, of Stanford, was here Wednesday dcmotiMrating his Overland machine. I). W Dunn, is still filling large of sweet plants and has lots of them on hand yet. People arc getting cxclred over the rejKirt of finding oil on A. V. Carpenter's farm and are flocking there tn great numbers. The railroad grading near McKinncy Station, s.vhere they have been putting in a large culvert at the Fowler place now owned by Col. Hall Anderson, is a great piece of work and the use of the huge steam shovel that is being used is a great sight for the people far and near to go and look at. W I) Slagg. Sr., of Kid.l's .Store, was here Wednesday evening on busi ness. (icorgc W. Frye. of Hartwcll. Casey count v. was here Wedmsday evening on business. 'Mr and Mrs, Virgil Hngttc ttttd Mrs. Frank Hunn and sister Miss F.llintt, of I linn's Store, were here shopping on Wednesday. Aliss Martlt Tucker is lack home from N'icholasville. after a tdcasant visit to the Misses Scott. J. II. Hocker. S. C. McKinncv and Frank North arc suffrcinc with a case of automobile fever. Hopes arc that thev will soon recover. Mrs, Smith Powell n very low and is gradually growing weaker, with no 'topes of any recovery. or-ili- rs ot.-it- A revival meeting will be held at the Ayer's Jus C&or fiiifi.; Isn't a head of rich, heavy haJr worth while? Asli Yewf that'e afl. a Wtle care and small expense, Dattur. Good paint guarantees your house against decay just at good insurance guarantees you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint is no more iafe than 3 J "any old" insurance HEARD ABOUT TOWN H. C. Carpenter, local Maxwell cars sold this these celebrated cars to and Minnie Slratth to wilhin a short time. V. A. You want sound insurance and agent for the week one of Misses Dora he dclicvcrcd Hanna's Green Seal Paint If you know about paint look at the formula on every can of Green Seal. It is the perfect formula for a smooth elastic durable paint FOR 8 A LB BY wJLJ& y, t ("arson has a crew of men do itiK some good work on the I). untile pike with the road machinery, (travel is being laid in tin worst plarrs nn the road, and the scraper and grader arc being put to uc. gl Cosby Mclleath, of Moiiticello, arrived last weik and met his wtle and children, who have been visiting Here for several weeks. Monday morning of this week the family left for Boyle cotirtv. to visit Mr. Mcliealh's parents I'riim tli.il iMiint tliev wilt rt turn home '.olutnba News. M S. I 'A 1 -- L. L. SANDERS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. G. B. PRU1TT, MORELAND, KY. -- i Ilaiighm.iu. local agent for the Overland car. soM a couple of lottr-iiHEALTH PAST FIFTY cars this week in the West Find of Lincoln, one going lo Sam McKinncy Careful diet Is of utmost Importancr to ;oid the other to June Horkcr. These Overland cars are great favorites this men and women just fifty years of ngcj it kieps up their rtrcngth, and the season and have never been known to in Scott's Kmulsinn is a nourishing give oilier than the greatest satisfaction. food, a curative niidicinc and a sustaining to regulate Dr. anil Mrs. (7. (',. Perry this week tonic contains the the functions. It medicinal fats of pure purchased from local agent W, V. cod liver oil and science proves tlut they I lays, a touring lurmsu iwjce as Hoick energy ns omer car, and Mrs. Perry is taking lessons foods then too, inucu it creates pure blood, as chauffetisc daily, as she is detersharpens the appetite, relieves rheurna- mined to get the tcrotul enjoyment lism, strengthens the IkkIv and alleviates from her handsome vehicle that is only the ailments due to declining years. Mssih!e where one does the driving, Scott's Is free from wines, alcohol or personally. harmful drugs. Beware of substitutes. oil-fo- J New Goods , You need right now New White Waists, $1.00 to $2.25. New Pique skirts, 98c. New Crepes at 15c and 19c. New Poplins and Copen Blue and cies, 50c. New shadow laces, 10c to 5oc. New Lawns, 5c and 10c. Gordon silk hose, A. A. Yoctttn, of McKinncy, In charge of automatic signal maintenance on the was in town Wednesday on U. & HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT business, Mr, Yocuin is a well known democrat of that end of the county, anil says that the "Ikivs" on the railroad The People's Market Place Adverarc practically solid for Beckham for tise What You Have to Sell United Stales Senator, for they know that he has always In en their friend Insure vour orooertv v ih Bromlev and they believe that be is justly 'entitled to a reiioniination by his party. & Bronilfv. Stanford. Kv. C Fan- i w ilr r M. J. Hoffman, a prominent stock ALTO LINE bitweui Danville am (baler of Whitley county, was here this Stanford, car leaves hotel at 11.30 and Mr, Hoffman has week on business, 47-interests near Morcland and pets to J JO. J. L. Hardcsty. oc and $1.00. White Pumps and Baby Doll Pumps, $1.50 and $2.25. New Fancy Parasols, 75c to $7.0. I Severance & Son h jifJ M 'si 4Cr5SJjkv "rr3a!ssssw'.v; Jfc&Li-- ' ll in ij?' "ZfjcSSe ? J0Z02lg0 NT ; f.-- 'IliiUri.wlf ii "!(,. SUPPOSL YOU GOT lv '"S",P----- vr---WOULD SICK, - the Bank, your money is of your best friend- - take care it. some day it will take care of you. place our Bank is a safe Why do ships carry life boats? To be on the SAFE SIDE, Things do happen sudden, should anything happen. for things. Think of it death, sickness ot calamity! That's when you NEED a bank to go to and draw some of the money you should be nutting there now, where it is sale for OLD AGE or ADVERSITY. un-look- ed IT BE GRATIFYING TO HAVE MONEY lis y Make OUR bank YOUR bank State Bunk W. L. McCARTY, .& Trust ( onpiiy A 9 Capital, $50,000.00. Pre. J. 8. RICE, G. G. Surplus, $1,160. 0. L. PENNY, M. B. SALIN. Cashier. W.G. SMITH. i 3i PERRY. Dakota Jack's iHssS99S999999sV . i?. t INDIAN REMEDIES kair aBawJa hi ntuM famous 1I orar tka . Uakaal Slata ami Caaaoa. ComfOfi of Root, Harlx, Barks and Barrios). For traatiant of Human Diaaataa. Puraley'i Indian HerU- -5 Dan' Treatment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy linlmrnt Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 1 0. 3 bars AlXON oaus AT 91.00 25c 25a t avissV&aSsssssssSm ol aP' JP tSkaiiiiaafflfn- WWB1 IRjRlRRaaa - K BRa0HI HRV 19H. Buck Appointed Postraaiter A disuatch this tront Washington week brought news that J. E. Buck has 'een appointed iostuiaster at dilbvrt's Cierk .ami W. S. Howling, at llotirne (larrard county. Roth will be verv popular appointments. The Old and Reliable Agency Oldest in Central Kentucky Nothing but the Largest and Best Companies Represented. State Made Rates. Settlements Prompt and Liberal. X5ho Talk With Me Before Insuring. Stanford, Ky., May BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Stanford, Ky. g r-r- 60 YEARS AN AGENCY 60 lb omoiNATO or PUUUrS INDIAN HERBS DAKOTA JACK Cowboy Northwest Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack' Hona AfUraMSi AlUata, Ga. ' J. L. Beazley & Co.. J. C. M'Otry, I""J""a Gentlemen: Your check in full payment of my claim for sickness filed with you a few days ago received, for which accept my thanks. The settlement was promptly aud satisfactorily made direct with you, and I did not have to wait on the payment as is usually the case with Accident and Health policies. If I can speak a good word for you any time I shall be glad to do to, at every one should have one of your good policies. It is the best Very truly yours, I eser saw. J. H. BUSTLE MvWCHMOND.rY. A Training School for Teachers UtrruuHllaUai V rnrM tt,teu sshIlw- ttftrttet. r WtaJlaf U ! Life VkI.4 U MLtt isiuj, til (Vr ruUlc, im.i! 4xf -. a.. swAsvlssAkssul. Osir IMllat!. TWaVWl4t4 SU TliliPrt4b as.4Wftlthlaaajl TMWfli. r.,s.kU. DsHitoluUwfc V'."1 Tr,Mt UahC. t4 Trtm Ktnr.ilw ' tl fwUT-r- JiilT, wwl bl J, tj n mmmmt .' buliJIllal JESSE D. WEAREN, The Iiswance - Nai fVJ Residence Phone 36 Office Phone 95 StaiM, Keiticky AND EMIALMER Dealers ia FwnKuro MattiRfr Rf two Exehwiool for tM KM 7 Stoett. UNDERTAKER F' KV w Of (( ZEm Hmt UNDERTAKER AMR EMALNEI Phmm 117. Hm Ml. .'. IHME 42 STANFtM. STANFIRf, KENTUCKY. T -- i Vs vr mrnvrJi. eww TJ,'-.- T" y',at . THE tNTKRIOR JOVRXAL STAR FORD, KINTtTCKY. FRIDAY, jVNB PAMM J t, II4. AM STOCK NEWS twtjr iMth RMiig Cnltivator ia Garrard Co, Mr 9M. J. R. Mount, Son t. If 49-Stanford. GKASS FOR RENT- .-l have aliout 30 acres of grass and would like to have aloiit 20 head of cattle to grate. Will rent it cheap. Mrs. J. li. carter, Stanford. Koute 1. FOR SAUi. Uy S. H. Fulkcrson, ol Middlcsboro, Ky., 64 acres of land near Turnerville on Stanford and lltiston-vill- c pike for further information, sec E. D. I'c)ton, or Frank Hol.l.itt at Tur., 4 ncrsville. WF. are now harMlIng the well known Wc hae DiennR Farm Implements. anything from repairs to a mowing machine to a threshing macnine com plclc. AIo binder twine. Call on us before jou hiiy. C H. Carter and Son, 4-- UaND-IOto head of cattle rate on good grass W. L. McCarty, GRAND AUCTION LOT SALE! Tuesday, June 23rd, at 10:00 O'clock A. M. Dors killed a hunch of citlit mighty last nice sheep for V I.. McCarty week. The 'canines were identified as Xtinncllcy, Mr. Mcbelonging to A. T Carty says, and will be killed. Monday was court day at Mt Sterling. There was a large run of stock on the market, with quality fair, but the crowd in tonn was not. an extremely large one, as the weather was open and good for farm work, and man farm-crs were busv in corn and tobacco d cattle fields. The best brought from six and a half ccnt to yearling eight and a quarter cent; steers at from six to seven and half cents; heifers at from six to, scen cents; old cows and rough oxen from three to five rents; bulls from six to seven cmts. Trade wfa. slow and few; cattle were sold. The market vasoff some, bu)crs declining to pay the price asked bv sellers and speculators. Last month the cattle men who buy heavily in the mountains made good money at Mt. Sterling, and went back home "and paid stiff prices for stock, and many of them will lose money. 1 1.000-poun- "ROSE TERRACE COURT" I j , We have acquired THE LILLARD HOMESTEAD. Danville. Ky. It has been subdivided and will be sold at Auction on the above date by Major T. F. Combs, the Veteran Southern Whirlwind Auctioneer. If ycu miss hearing the Major you will ONE FREE LOT, CASH and a bunch of miss miles .and miles of smiles. Handsome and Useful Presents will be given away to those who attend this sale. You make the prices at the sale; we make the terms and they are easy. it iH Viewing Kentucky Stock Farms R. A. Long, the Kansas City million, aire, who recently subscribed $1,000,000 of a $0000,000 found to be raised throughout the United States, of which Is to be gien to missions and one-hato men leading Christian universities and colleges of the country, arrived in Lexington this week and will spend a day or two in Lexington looking over the stock farms. In the party with Mr. Long are his daughters, Mrs. Hayne Ellis and Miss Lula Long. C. J Tucker, manager of Mr. Long's Longview Farm, at Lee's Summit, Mo., near Kansas City, and Fred Dow, head of the dairy department of the ranch. one-half lf Brass Band Concert All Day! Come out and make it a Gala Day. You'll enjoy it and you're invited. I Bit Lot Sale in Danville Tuesday The Lillard homestead, adjoining the property of the School for the Deaf at Danville, has been subdivided into the very finest kind of building lots, and will be sold at public auction next Tuesday, beginning at 10 o'clock'. This property almost completely surrounds the property of the deaf school, on the cast side of the Danville and Huston-vill- e pike. G. E. Taft, representative of the Bowman Realty Company, of Huntington, W. Va., has cut up the tract into most attractive lots which will undoubtedly prove very attractive to an one desiring to build there. It has been suggested that the state should buy his tract as an addition to the School for the Deaf grounds, and this would be the logical thing to do, many believe A band, and other features will make the occasion a popular one and it is expected that many will go over from Lincoln and other adjoining counties. BOWMAN REALTY CO. C. E. TAFT, Representative, Hotel Annex, Danville. Ky. Heme Office, Huntington, W. Va. easc.ti he will don his 3 Per Ld (tit fan 11 to $1,000 to $200,000 u Explain. Corti You Nothing We Save You Money ' W. KING & SON Cheaptide and Short Su. Lexingtoh, Kentucky Fighting the Army Worm Following is a timely article on the the army best method of fighting worm, which has recently appeared in KenMercer and several adjoining tucky counties. It was written by George G. Ainslee, entomological asof sistant. United States Department Agriculture. "Army worms are present in greater or less numbers every ear but it is only when they are abundant enough to exhaust the food supply in th, field in which they started and are forced to seek new pastures that they ordinarily attract attentionor do serious injury. The eggs from which the worms come are laid in the fall by a common yellowish brown moth, often seen around lights in the evening. The little worms coming from the these eggs live over winter in fields, feeding, slowly during the warm they days. As soon as spring opens teed ravenously, choosing grasses and grains in preference to all else. Full the latter jtsovvlh is reached about part of May or the first of June, and they are then about an inch and a half long. At this point they cease feeding and enter the ground, form a little earthern cell just below the surface and hcange to a pupa, a motion- - Auction Sale Of Nebraska Mares Danville, Ky., Tuesday, June 23, 1914, at Danville Ice & Coal Co. Pens, on 2nd St. less brown object. From this in about two weeks comes the adult niotlL. Within a few weeks the moths lavs eggs which hatch into another generation of the worms. In this State there are probably Jour or five generations of this insect each season. Ordinarily not more than one of the generations is of much interest to the farmer, for their natural enemies and parasites S3 (juickly attack them that their numbers are reduced before the army can develop again. "After the army is once on the move there few things that can be done to stop its progress. The most practicable of these, probably, is the construction of a trench with a perpendicular .or overhanging side toward the fields to which they are traveling. The plough should be run twice in the same furrow, the loose dirt shoveled out of the bottom and if necessary the stiaight side made more perpendicular or overhanging with a spade. The worms will crawl into the furrow, and, being unable to climb the steep side, will fall back to the bottom and crawl along it. They can be killed by dragging a log in the furrow or by spreading straw and burning it. Perhaps a better way is to dig post holes in the bottom of the furrow as often as necessary and when these are full of the worms pour a little coal oil over them. If this method is followed carefully and the trench kept in good order, the cost will be very much less than the value of the crop" which will be destroyed in a very short tunc if they are allowed to move unhin dered. Poisoning is seldom Hogwallow Doings Several from this section will go to Tickville net Third Sunday to witness the unveiling of the public pump. Ellick Hellvvanger has kept so Mobcr for the past few months that he can drive from here to l)c Straw without hiiting a stump. L'n.-li- y lias Hancock's rheumatism takm a turn for the vvorM, and fie has deculid lie had better look out after his religion Sunday he went over and bragged on the Dog Hill preacher's sermon. Cricket Hicks, who has been at work in the Calf Kibs community several weeks, has returned home with five dollars in cash. Tins will somewhat rearound lieve the financial situation Hogwallow as money was beginning to get verv scarce. Ihe Hlmd Man of the Calf Ribs neighborhood was about to be talked into bujing a heating stove from Slim Pickens, the other la, but the tra'de was knocked in the head by one of Slitn's enemies, who told the Ulnul Man that winter was over. Raz Harlow has come into iiosscssion of a vellow mule, which will he dm in to his vellow buggy. Later in the jellow necktie )mhol of icalouv, will be the color chemc used lit Razs affairs o' the heart this summer. Sidney Hocks bicame intoxicated on Saturday cv ming and tried to drive his voke of steirs into the itostofficc, but failed on account of the door being too narrow Tlure have been main other complaints recmtly on account oi the narrowness of the door at the I'. O, The annual spring drove of jay birds are flocking into our community uaiiy Raz Harlow having nothing else on hand started in to taking a census of them as thev arrived by making a mark on a sheet ot paper, lutt Sidney i locks came along and got him mixed up. Atlas Peck has violated the confidence of several of his warmest friends and after this it will be a hard matter for him to get a drink of liquor that is any account. He obtained a jug of Hat Smith's moonlight Reel under the pretense that he was going to use it in eclebratiug his annual birthday. Hut instead he took it home, put some in it, and is using it for pneumonia medicine. dlou being the asa-fotti- Ice Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Pbie 54. m f ?Js; GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky P L ' UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. V. D. and Porousknit IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY KIDNEYS Stanford Readers Should Learn To Keep the Kidneys Well t-S- If?" ji To Mammoth Cave Tuesday, June 23. A personally two days' outing. Round trip railroad fare from Stanford. $4.35. Rooms reserved at the Cave Hotel including boards and trips in the Cave for $5.50 making the total cost ?V85. Special coach on regular train 4.40 A. M Write or phone L. & N., agent 44-d Beef and Milk A-ple- nty Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef production and for milk production. To do either right they must be healthy. There is nothing better to keep them In continued good health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of Bee Dee STOCK MEDICINE Aar time any ol my catset anything wroni with them I jive them a lew doses ol B e e D e e STOCK MEDICINE. They soon set well. John S. Carroll. Moorhead, Miss, tle Stlra vp the liver Drives disease poisons sway. We will sell one car load of unbroken Nebraska mares. good well also They shape matched some nice be 23c, OOc and At your dealer. $1. per can. are Percheron to 1150 pound single drivers. easily broken. ind coach bred; heavy bone, blocky, some and fat, ranging in age from two to five years will weigh from 800 You can get out of this lot some good livery teams of farm mares; teams; 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, $1.60 per 100 lbs. makes fat Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions $2.00 per 100 lbs. and Jacks Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Telephone 1 1 Car Northern Seed just in. 'Uic kidtiejs nave a b1 work to do. All the blood in the bou) i coursiny through the kiducjs coiuui.tly to be it is u tuU Horn iuiunou nutur. kidnejs hmj cloukIi tak when the fever or are well, but a cold, chill, is likely exposure some tnoin,htle to innate, inflame and congest the hiuncjs and interrupt the purifying work. ri.cn the aching frequently begins, and ia oltui accompanied b some of the urine too Sriqucnt pjjsayo, sediment or retention, lliou-sand- s tistif) to the uoiidertul merit of Do.iu's kiduc) Tills, a remedy for the y killings oiilv, that has been used in ou will nuke troubles 50 eurs. no mistake in following this blanfurd citizen's advice. "i was troubltd some time ago by an acute attack of kidney complaint," sa)j V. II. Mershon, of Lancaster pike, "My back ached constantly Stanford. and 1 had pains through my loins. I felt languid and tired caiily I took a box of Ooan's Kidney 1'ilU and they tixed me up nil right, the second box practically curing me." Trice 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney rtmedv get Doun's Kidney Tills the same tli.it Mr Mern Co., Props., shon had. liuffalo, X. V. kid-neFostcr-Millmr- W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. BRING YOUR CAR TO OUR GARAGE Expert Mechanician in charge of re- all kinds. Vulcanizing. gair work of SUPPLIES FURNISHED and PRICES REASONABLE iS B Lincoln Garage Co. Phone 203 STANFORD. KENTUCKY We Have a New Sickle Grinder Hint will interest you (Hnners. Stop and This stuff is all good and pure bred and will This will be a chance for you to get a good mare None will be pulled Remember cheap as they will be sold regardless of price. out of the ssle. Your price will be ours. Col Roosevelt will not be able to lake an active part in the political campaign in the United States due to an affection of the larynx. It will pay any farmer to attend this sale. the date. So don't fail to come and bring others mgrnn M ms-A- Mo see it work. Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a Ueinis. It is line for replanting. A carload of sewer pipe and farm drain tile. Also a car of fresh lime just received. Come to "The Farmers' Supply House" for anything you want. TUESDAY, JUNE can be seen the day before the tale 23 W. H. Hig'g'ins EAgli EEYE SALVt B you (Malt ltan watery, are natural? Ilu jou IwHcte uiat alyrn, arrauuluirU I Ida, poor klsHt, crowlha. arw uuluralr KAUiK KYK Mtl.tK Mu4 ou Suits Kagla Eyva aalu. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Sale will begin promptly at 10:30 o'clock, rain or shine, Horses KAI,K ElENr uultrry x ro ms am le Calls AmwwmI PrsMfly McCampbell Horse & Mule Co., i Hjy . Ny tr NlffM Dr.lkiryUastif VptPrillifV MIMIM DANVILLE, KY. aWaHfTTa7JiaTTvlrsTpattWlA r.MaCMk.V.S.tD. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office Phone 104; Residence 204 STANFORD, ;; HIDES "SKINS JOHN WHITE & GO. LOUISVILLE, KY, 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. 1st ssly place tt get (km iv. , ; j 4. AT Wf Kaoxville, Tmbsmsm S1TU1HSB 1137 KENTUCKY OFFICE NEXT LOOAN't TABL LL. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. :.f; -, hS(:tl,:2Z&'A t y t -