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" -- Tjm'iTh' jffXS2sm'JP inn"Vr m :.-.- - ..!" .. V '"'J' "" i ri y'lir" - viri i ' -- . rSaW "Sy i.:gj3Cw ' , f ' '? ji " NO. 50. The Intekior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, it This Paper Stopt Win Yew Tta op Watch tht Data Oa LaM Riatw Year Subscription rWJ aJ'l TUESDAY, JUNE NOBLE 23, 1914. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY! FOR PRIMARY Friends of Jaffa J W. Alcor" Uaeaijr Orir Mil lllatti k !- -. I . . If Kr paw. & 9 r i r r I. u a i I - Entries in the state-wid- e Members of Diadem Lodge No. 81, primary Ifustonville, June 23. Another noble Chtisttan mother of Friends of Judge J. V. Alcorn are for senatorial and congressional canattended Mrs. Kate Powell, one of the best Stanford, passed to her well earned re- whoLexington the l'ytluan ceremonies uneasy over his condition. The didates closed at Frankfort on June got known and most beloved women in last Friday nigjit, . l.i-ward on Monday when Mr. Ilctttc Cobb at 1. 1, i.... ill at his home on Dan Saturday 21st, Sunday at midnight and the racct home in ol Mckimicy, died at Lexington, where mornini; the wee stna' hoursroyal good this part of Lincoln county, died at ville avenue for "several days, and has and all rcort a are now made tip. There arc three the home of her husband. E. S. Powell, she had been for treatment for a few tunc. it failed to show the improvement that candidates for the democratic nominanear Hustonville early Sunday morn, weeks. For several months her health has been hoped, he would show, judge tion for U. S. S'tiator for the olng Friday was a red letter day in ing. 'Ihe remains of this good woman haJ been very precarious and the, end during Alcorn worked umi.iull hard in Lexington and Central term, Beckham, Stanley and Mcreary, was not unexpected. Death held no Kentucky and when the ceremonies were laid in their last resting place, to court on a the recent term of circuit and three for the short term: Camden, Ictrors for this good woman, however, incident to the Rathbonc Bible Class await the Judgment Morn on .Monday, oung and Smith. number of railroad cases, and the seThe republicans for she had lived close to her Lord initiation closed at the auditorium that after services conducted by her pastor, weather sapped his vere spill of torrid and the Progressives likewise have for many years, and was rcadv and nicht IV2 viiunir men Ind born added Re". A II. Batiuh. of the Christian vitality considerably. He suffered from candidates for the senatnrsluns anil willing to go when her allotted tun: to the order in the Grand Domain ol church. Mrs. Powell had been in ill PROMINENT GERMAN FARMER slight neuralgic attack at firm, it is candidates in each congresalso have a was spent. Mrs. McKinney was O'l Kentucky. Fully a thousand Knights health for some time and realized that Anton Hoehn Diet at Hit Home Near sional district. Congressman said, and complications in the nature Harvey the initiation, the end was near, but with Christian Helm, of Stanford, has no opposition AFTER FREE MAIL DELIVERY years of age and was one of the best of Pythias witnessed of a slight hemorrhage of a blood ves-sOttenheim Sunday known and most beloved women in this which was conducted impressively by fortitude and a sublime faith in her for rcnomiuation in this, the Eighth his head developed which has in Redeemer calmly awaited the summons district. .James P. Spillman, of earned his many (nuids great uncasi-liti- Business Men of Stanford Start Ac- community, where she had spent most the crack degree teams of Lexington to eomctii higher. In addition to her Anton Hoehn, a prominent German of her long and useful life She was lodges and the Supreme Keeper ot Reis unopposed ns the tively to Work on Matter husband, she is surviv- farmer, two miles south of Ottenheim, can candidate, for congress, republia native of F.still eoitnty, a daughter of cords ami Seal, Hon. Fred E. Whcaton, while J. Judge Alcorn is 77 years of age and ed by the following children, E. T. died thcie Sunday night after a lengthy F. Holtzclaw. of Lancaster Minneapolis. and W. W. w;i? always n vigorous man, has not Stanford business nun and citizens the late Richard Cobb, and a sister of of The meeting at the auditorium Lex- Powell. Smith Powell, Mrs. C. W. Ad illness of dropsy. Mr. Hoehn was a Jesse, of Shclbyvillc, ale candidates been as strong the p.st few years as have actively taken hold of the sug K'ich.ird Cobb, of Bovlc county and native of Berlin. Germany, but came to lor the Progressive ington, was called to order at 8:15 by anis, and Miss Jessie Powell, of Mrs. The nomination. formerly, and is not in the condition gestion made by Congressman Helm ty. Thomas Phelps, of Madison counami Mrs. W. II. Murphy, of thi country, when a youth and after complete list of candidates who have Chan man S. W Bedford. The WinShe became the wife of Nathan resist such a severe attack as his phy- toward securing free delivery of mall farming for some time in Wisconsin, filed for the races to be decided on McKiimcy, a prominent farmer of the chester band opened the program by lurncrsvillc, sicians could wish. Dr. Carl Wheel- and a government building for Stan- Misse Smlie ami Zoe Ellis and moved to Kentucky, and has resided August 1st, are as follows: McKinney section of this county, and playing "My Old Kentucky Home" and er, of Lexington, has been consulting lord. At a meeting of the new v organ He was a in Lincoln county since. Ihe democratic candidate in the pri. with I)r E, J. Drown, his local physi. ized Commercial Club last week com- had since made Lincoln her home. To the quartette from the Pvthian Home Mary D Kennedy, of Stanford, ate the thrifty farmer and good citizen and sang Laurie." Hon Matt S. mary are: lean, about Ins condition and every- mittees were named to canvass the ihnr union three children were born Walton,"Anniel'ytluan home lodge, No. oucsts of Mrs. J. A. Blain. of For Senator (lonu term Governor Misses Bertha and Nora Eads and Jcaves many friends to mourn that he thing possible is being tone for him city and enlist all business men and Mrs. Mary tagcr. who died a few 217, is no more. His wife preceded him to delivered ihe B. McCrcary, former Governor that medical science and the most care- citizens in the work of securing sign .vcars ago. Mrs. W. M. Bricht. of this Miss Irene Berkleywelcome address and Julia Gann, visited relatives and friends the Great Beyond about a year ago, hut James W. Beckham, sang "The Rosary." J. C of Frankfort, Con Lexington last week. ful nursing can suggest. News from his ers to petitions, numbering of homes, citv, and Dr. N. II. McKinney, of Car-'she is survived by five children, Mrs. gressman A. U. "Stanley, of Henderson. An address (irand Chancellor, at by Farly in life the deceased unit bedside Tuesday morning was that he marking of streets etc Petitions have S. G. McKinney, purchased of M. S. lohn Camcnisch, of Stanford. Miss Dr. H. L. McLean, of Wilmore, was term) Senator J. Baughman, an Overland car anil is now Emma Hoehn and Robert Hoehn. who N.For Senator (short Versailles, had spent a fairly restful night and been drawn up and placed at a num- ed with the Christian church and her well received ami then General Whcat Camden. former thai there was no material change in ber of Miiiits in the city which arc be- jtihs(Yucnt life was one devoted to its on made a masterly address tqion the the proudest human in this section over lived at home ami Albert and Rernard Congressman, Ir.. of David H. Smith, of work and loving lain- - in the Master's lu condition. his purchase. He took his aged moth Hoehn, of Louisville. ing goicrally signed. subject of "Pythian Knighthood." The deceased General Hennptf H. Vnimir by everyone A committee comNiscd of W. H. Cause. She was A selection by the quartette closed er out Sunday. was a faithful member nf the Lutheran of Louisville, Commander of Jhe Unit- Smiley to Show Kentucky Gentleman Higgitis, John S liaughman and Win. who knew her. beinc a wom.in nf tin. the open session and Pythian Home Mrs John Goodc and children, of church, for many yrars. tu v.ouieucrate veterans. usually kindly character and gentle Ncvm Carter, of Stanford, has placed Severance was named to see every busi. disposition. Lodge opened the ritualistic meeting Covington, ror Congress ; Her host of friends and m which V)2 candidates were obligat- and Mrs. who have been making Mr Kentucky ness man and get a pcroti.il letter from his griat young stallion, FlTsU District AIL.r, Conorrtm-iTOBACCO POOLING ACT VOID . J. P. G6od a visit of two men each to the Postmaster General asking noble ones mourn me pasisng ot a ed upon the famous Rathbonc Bible. wecks. returned home Sunday on the gentleman in the hands of John Smiley, W. Barklcy. of PaducahState Senator Christian character, a true Moth- Supreme Keeper of Lexington, to campaign at the fairs for the free delivery systnt for Stan- er of Records and Seal excursion. Supreme Court of U. S Knocks Out Koiiert tt. scott, of Pailucati, J. W. in Israel. this season and some splendid results ford This committee has gone activebred h. the Williams. Calloway county Quite a number went on the excurFuneral services will be conducted obligation. Whcaton admitustennir Famous Crecellus Law arc expected of him The Farmer's ly to work, and a score or so cttcrs from the home oecviu I i Mstrict circuitT Judge J. W. sion Sunday to Cincinnati. of her W. T Tom fst . lv The following lodges with candidates tv Home Journal last we"k said of him: have already been written. fn. M Ilriuht. on Danville enciietoe, Quite a number of our farmers are 11,.. ,.f ..... i'"i?.'": s,",uc"on5 .ivrnue m four were represented; ..... ..... w. ,!, ..... ....... j John Smiley has just lidded two stal- .lidUlsuilVMIC. committee comoscd of Jesse D. o'cIook Wednesday afternoon, 0. making feed out of their wheat crops, of 1900. permitting pools or combina to be Crescent Lodge. No. (A. 5 candidates, lions to his stable which will be shown Wearen and Ftl Wilkinson is securing Third District. Cnnomtm,n R v the coming season If tlit) handle to signatures of the various business men toiioweo ly interment in the Huffalo Wilmore No. 52, 7, Williamstown, No which were so beaten down by the re- tions of producers of tobacco and oth Thomas Central City; Superintendent Springs cemetery. his liking J. 2. Qiiinby. No 58, Cynthiana, lb. cent hail storm of two weeks ago. that er agricultural products "for thepiir. J. V. Chapman, Franklin City Schools. to the petitions which will be sent in Big Eagle. No. 120. Sadieville. 16. passed through this section and did so pose of obtaining One is the trotting stallion, Elxjuy to the Postmaster General, and Mayor a better or highe-pric- e Fourth District Congressman Ben Too Much Fraud in Harlan Election Eat Union. No. 203, I; Ewing. No. much damage to the wheat. King, thaMs the proper!) of I I' therefor than could or might be Johnson. Bardstown, J. W. Boyd, II. Florence wfas appointed a com2(M, 7. Diadem. No. 81, Stanford. Wc arc awful glad to sec Dr. Barker obtained, by selling said crops separ9. Jr.. Stevenson. Ala, and the sad- mittee of one to that the names of th; Another chapter in the hot political Utopia. No. .V. Danville. 16. Berry, No. out on the road again, attending to his ately or individually," was declared dle stallion, Kentucky Gentleman, oh ti- streets arc marked at each interaction race Fifth District .Congressman Swager between the Republicans and ed by Xevm Carter, of Stanford. Ken- and the residences and biisinss houses Progressives in Harlan last November, nits. . ran itowl. 122, lackson, 19. practice, lie has gained twelve pounds to be invalid by the Supreme Court of S her ley, Louisville, Lawrence J. No 103. Ntcholasville, 3, in the past few weeks and is feeling the United States, Monday for the reatucky Gentleman has Imptcs'cd Smiley properly numbered Mackcy, Loutstille. It is expected was written at llarl..u last week Georgetown. No 69. I, very favorable from what little he has that a postal inspector will be sent to when ludge L. P. Fryer, of the Sixth District Congressman A. B. Garrard. No. better every day and rv cry body is son that it sets up a standard of con29, Lancaster. 7. Butler, No. 125. 5. seen of him He is a son of the good Stanford soon ami it is very necessary to see him able again to resume duct so uncertain that mere human Rouse, Burlington. district, who was sent show horse ami sire, Chester IVavmc, that these details be attended to at to Harlan by Governor McCrcary to Rathbone. No. 12. Paris, 13, Ivanhoc. Ill's practice. T agencies could not be expected to conSeventh District No. 4R. Winchester. 23. Plmenlv. Vr the first that caused Dick Scudde-- r In once. rnn Mis. Charles Wheeler is now able to form to it. The attitude of the court Campbell Cantrill. try to contest case of Urock vs Creech 2S. Lexington. 9 Phantom, No. 25. Lex be known as an owner of high class be up and about in her room and hopes is the same as was exhibited two weeks State Senator Claude M. Thomas. in the County Judge's race, gave as his ington, . l'ytluan Home, No. 217, 2 horses, outside of Lincoln and Gar. ago when the Kentucky antitrust act Pans Heavy Fine For Contempt of Court decision that there was no legal elecThe officers of Pvthian Home Lodge are that she will soon be able to be out was declared to be invalid. rard counties, and which had out the District Conirrestmon VX,r- The blow held, declaring. the office vacant. in charge of the again for business. Dr. Carl Wheeler, T F llrarnon. a of tioncase ceremonies were: Ncal ot Lcxjngtfin Eugenia, crack grev nnre, Princess of no appeal by cither of the P Roberts. C C. I. P. Mnllican. V. C. was over to see her a to the tobacco pooling law was deliver- vcy Helm. Stanford. Paris, was fined $1,000 last week bv In possibly tin best Saddle mare in MisNip'h District Congressman J. W. ed for the same reason that the antiJudge Mont and given a sentence of parties, the office becoT.es vacant and C E. Yeager, Prelate. W. P. Humph-rev- . short time Thursday. Fields, Olive souri last year. Governor McCaeary will appoint a We have never witnessed as many trust act was wiped out. TUi two acts Liberty. I. W.Hill; J. P. Haney, West M of W.. C. L. Becker and W. A six months in jail for contempt of County Perrv. I il,.,... I Judge who will erve until Michler. Inner Guards. I. E. Shvrock. autoes in our town since their origin as the Court declared, must be considered court, one of the charges pending Insurance Agents at Work Again together and, this having been done, Ha.,.V' Gra.vsn. J Roe Young! against mm in circuit court. I he trial .November IVIj. when an election will and E T. Fish. Outer Guards, Joe H. were here Sunday all day. It was hard both Ma.vsville. agents of Ilraimoii, who Insurance Lincoln Count) held to fill the vacancy. In the elec- Shvock. K. of R. and S. acts made the standard of lecal for buggies to get along for a while is a fromer member of be Tenth District rnnniv i? conduct the question whether the comhave all gone to work again As a re- the-- Paris The following members composed part of the day through the streets. a tion A last November the race between at council created GoviiHicncr, riKevilie. bination resulted in raising or lower sult of the compromise made by rock. Republican, and John A the team that put on the dramatized great deal of interest. Last March he Harvesting is all the rage here this ing the Eleventh District Nat B. Sewell, ernor McCrcary apd the members of was indicted on a charge of inamtain-ui- Creech, Progressive, was an exceedingl- work price above or below the real E. L. Simcox delivered the les- week and there are some avvlul London. fine value." the State Rating Board with the insura public nuts nice, the indictment y hot one, Creech winning out by a son of Friendship. W. S. Ernst crops in this section, where the recent For Appellate Court Judge Third small majority. Urock contested, claim, the put of Damon, and I. ance companies, all but three of the charging The case decided Monday arose from him with conducting C Rulin companies have returned to the State, restaurant in connection with his a nig fraud. The evidence showed the use that of Pvthias. A. C. Byars was Diony-su- hail storm did not pass. the fact that Patrick Collins and Tho- District. J. P. Hobson, Elizabethtown, Some of our wheat fields look like mas Malone, with other tobacco grow- Rollin Hurt, Columbia. and it is probable' that they will be II. M. Milton Procles. F. C. Guv, on Main stret, in which women of such a large amount of money and The Republican candidates are: Sen. back this week. The indications are were permitted to drink. C P. Cook, a whisky by both sides that in the opinion Philistius. J. B. Mulligan, Damocles, the Kansas crops this time. ers of Mason county, joined a tobacco ator (long term) A. E Willson, LouisWalter Y'anarsdall and wife. Miss of the Judge neither of the parties and the Senators that there will be no further fricprominent grocery man. was a comwere Chas. W Edna Camnitz and mother, of Danville, pool anil subsequently sold their to- ville, R P. Ernest, Covington. Latt and monwealth witness. Alter the trial were entitled to tl.r otficc. The de- Hushes O. H. Pollard. E. H. Rue, B. tion between the rating . board F. bacco outside the pool without the conin McLaughlin. Madisonville. the companies, and that the writing of which Ilramioii sent of the pool agent. The two men W ISrittineham. W. S. Bacon. Ginrds, ucie here Saturday to attend the was fined $50. the cision was no surprise to those famiSenator (short term) W. Marshall burial. insurance will continue uninterrupted latter met Cook on the street .mil as- liar with the facts in the case, and it R A. Mulligan. George Green. E. M were indicted under tbe pooling act. Bullitt, Louisville. Mr McKee Rtffc, purchased of W. until the. courts pass upon the validity saulted him, because, it is said of the is said tint both sides arc satisfied. Campbell. Claud Kendall. L. Goins. J. L. McCarty, of Stanford a new four 'vriich permitted fines to be imposed For Congress First District, Edwin Greene-Glenof the act, which has testimony he gave upon those who violated the agreement the trial. Uran- However it is intimated that Judge F Day and I. Gravett. Adolnh leen declared unconstitutional by Cir- ium, a arrested at two warrants, Creech will appeal the case. If this is Greeble was the Cheadsman and Ed passenger car Saturday and went after intended to be validated thereby. Their rarley, Paducah. on Second District-Al- vin H. Clark, of same to Stanford Saturday night. Wm. cases differed cuit Judge Stout. Agents for the com- one charging contempt of court and done, it will delay the final decision Bush, Electrician only in that Collins took Hopkinsville. panies which left the state and re- mother assault and batter. Upon the in the matter fcr many mouths, and in The Grand Lodsc officers present Riffc accompanied him over to Stan- his tobacco to Cincinnati and sold it. Third District J. Frank Taylor, of turned in many localities have begun former charge he was tried Thursday the meantime Judge Creech will con- were Dr. H. L. McLean, of Wilmore ford. while Malone sold his in writing business. Mrs. A. B. McKinney, who has been did not therefore involve Kentucky and and convicted. He will carry the case tinue to administer the affairs of the Grand Prelate. R. A. Young, of Winan interstate District W. Sherman Ball. office quite ill was reported as some better. transportation. to the Court of Appeals. chester. Grand Master at Arms n Hardinsburg; Z. T. Proctor, Leitch-fielRockcastle Boy Drowns Davis, of Hopkinsville. Grand though she is in a very critical conLindsay Morrison. West Point. Five Counties Vote on Whisky Lester Eiiicrick, son of Mr and Mrs. Master of Exchequer B P. Eubank, of dition. Mt. Sterling Paper Ont For Beckham Horrible Accident At Corbln Fifth District Roy Wilhoit. LouisBowling Green, Mn. John Taylor, of Sradfordsville, Z. limerick, of Marctsburg, Rockcastle meeting last week at George- John J. Howe, and Grand Outer Guard is at the bedside of Mrs. A. B. McKinAt the The Mt. Sterlinir Advocare. nni of ville. Daniel, the son of Air. county, was drowned near Hazard, on of Carrollton. the, oldest and strongest Bccknerl Democratic ..Seventh District Luden las', week, and his remains were and Mrs, D II Wilson, of Corbin, town of the W. C. T. L Convention ot ney. Pas' Grand Chancellors. O. H. the Tenth District, it was decided to Congressional Winchester, L. L. Bristovv. George brought to Marctsburg the following shot and fatally wounded his C. E. Saunders. R. L. Slade and Airs. Wm Padgett and sons, of Som- papers in the Ninth town. hold prohibition elections on Monday, II. A. Schobcrth also district, and for twenty-fiv- e Viola last Friday sister. years a night ami buried in the cemetery. Voting erset, are visitors at W. H. Lair's this attended. Eighth District James P. Spillman, leader in its nartv affairs. mm nut Emenrk was bathing with a number of morning, while his mother was prepar- September 28. in the five counties of week. last week in a strong editorial sup- Harrodsburg. ing breakfast, at their home at Cor- bavette, Clark. Scott, Bourbon and Ins companions in water about fifteen Mrs. Maddox's mother, was buried Boost For Stanford K. P. Fair Ninth District. H Glenn tr.hnj It was stated that one feet deep, and it is thought that heart bin. fir t'ie father, who is fireman on Montgomery. at Rock, Point, K., Sunday. Mrs. Mad porting the candidacy of the Hon. T. The Farmers' Home Journal last ilox had been at her bedside for several C. W. Beckham for the Democratic Olive Hill. failure was the cause, as he sank to one of the sard engine at Corbin and of the reasons for setting the election Tenth District Congressman nomination for United States Senator. John the bottom the first tune, and was not who was within a few yard! of home tor the latter part of September was week had the following concerning the ilav s. M. Langley Pikeville. The seen any more until fished out aliout when the fatal shot was fired The so that the aid of the students who great lair that the Stanford K. Ps. will W. L. McCarty. of Stanford, was orcat support of this paper will he of Eleventh District. Congressman Cabenefit to Governor Beckham. two hours later He was cmplo)cd by children were pla)ing in the bedroom will attend the various colleges in the hold in August: Two hundred enthusihere Saturday evening on his way from of the Advocate, leb Powers. Barbourville. Stati Sen. the 1. & N.. Is. R Co, and was mak- The Ixiy picked up a revolver that had cities of these counties can be utilized. astic Knights of Pythias that are work- Danville, where he bad been on busi- The announcement vigorous campaign is to be inaugur- ing like Trojans to have a fair second which has always been considered ator J. F. Bosworth, Middlesboro. ing good It is said that he had just been thrown away for more than two A alness and of course Hustonville is ine Progressive candidates are taken out an accident policy for a )cars and was IrjitiL, to shoot matches ated at once and some of the best speak- to none in Central Kentucky, arc be- ways the nearest way home from any- against Governor Beckham, was a surSenator (long term), George W folprise, and a bard blow to the Jd ,(), made pa) able to his mother The in it It wis fully loaded The ball en- ers lor the prohibition cause in Kenhind the Stanford fair, which will hold where. ly. Owensboro, Burton Vance, Louisand Stanley parents have the s)mpathy of the en- tered the cliid's body in the right tucky placed in these counties for the its third annual meeting at Stanford, Thomas Peacock of Robin. Tenn.. section of th; State. interests in that ville. The editorial of breast and penetrated the lungs, com- purpose of arousing the voters to en- Ky, ugust 19. 20. and 21. The $1,000 was up to the McCormack tire community in their bereavement. Sat- the Advocote it is burial Senator (short term), George C. Nias follows: ing out in the back. Dr. Edwards thusiasm and action. stake for saddle horses, $500 Make for urday and returned Sundav. cholas, Anchorage. "For weeks we have made Shelby, nderson and Mason coun- harness dressed tie wn'ind, but the child canWhen it a Chauffeur? horses, anil $100 Inutility Mrs Maud Walker, of Memphis. to conceal our preference in no effort For Congress. the conAttorney Genera! Gariutt has been not live The bill passed through the ties will hold prohibitioan elections on Stake is sure to bring to this fair the Tenn., is here on a visit to her parent? First District, Robert Swann. 'Murtest for the D'mocratlc nomination .v:'hin September 28, at the same time that cr best horses. The enthusiasm with Mr. asked to construe the act of 1914 pro- partition and struck the floor ray ami Mrs. W. R. Williams. or United States Senator before the viding for the examination of chauf- a few feit of the mother and fell on the such elections are held in Fayette, which this lodge has taken hold of the Second District, N. B. Chambers, OwState primary. August I next. Ordina-nlv- ( Itoth father 1914 meeting insures an interesting exand mother arc Scott, Ilourlion, Clark ami Montgomfeurs The iuestiou that has develop floor Getting Ready at Brodhead because of party expediency, we ensboro. ery, mil it is rc(ortetl that a similar hibition, and a successful fair. Not only ed is, "When is a chauffeur'" It is prostrated with grief. Third District, Newton refain from doing this. However, with election may also be held in Franklin arc n'ch prizes hung up in the horse diBrodhead, June 23. of contended that the meaning of the act Ky., Gets $10,000 For Farm Work county, said a dispatch from Icxing-to- n vision, but all branches of live stoel.- 'Ihe free day' work on the new fair us. this is not an ordinary party con- Greenville. is that any jtersou who runs a car must Fourth District, Dudley C Jones, of Sunday Prominent speakers will lie and poultry and Floral Hall exhibits grounds last Wednesday was a decided ies. a in unoorting former Governor have- a license to run it. This construcDr. Bradford Kuapp, the Federal Elizabethtown. I. C W. tion would include persons who own member of the Kentucky Hoard of Co. engaged hv the State W. C T. IT.. have a most complete and attractive success in every particular. A fifty personal Beckham we are recoenmntr Fifth District, Charles W. White. In. obligations of long standing Executive Committee, while strong lo- premium cars, It would also include the or-t- operative Thev have irraniml tor foot section of the amphitheatre was Demonstration Farmers' G. C. and or house Iniy. Atttorncy General Woik, has informed the five visiting cal campaign organizations will be the big Colt Futurity to be given Ihe raised, the stumps and brush from over and are responding to the dictates of diariola; District, Gardner, Louisville. Emiuett Orr, Covaffectionate friendship we hope , Sixth first day of the mectlmr. the $1000 the entire grounds were hauled otf and Garnett will determine whether or not state members of the board that $10,-O- built up in each of the counties ington. the license is Saddle Stake for the second ilav and burned, and four teams did splendid will never cease. We are also actuated of every person would be available for Kentucky Eighth District, J. F. Holtzclaw, v an honest belief trat he-- is the best The New Pistol Toting Law A well drilling who rims a car or s chauffeur who has work on July I The visitors also dis. the $500 Harness Stake for the' third work on the track. us in 'the most Lancaster. Warner W. Jesse, Chelby-vill- e. work, and considerable fitted to represent outfit was set been examined a'ul stood the test be. cussed details of its expenditures with The following is a copy of the new dav of the mectini: thus makine eaei. progress was to august deliberate body in the world.' made in this direction. day a big day. The entries to above fore the Hoard of Chauffeurs ExaminDr. Knapp and Dr. A. C True, direc- anti-gutoting law which went into stakes ers, close July 15. The secretary W. On account of the extreme dry weatn-e- r, v cemieman by birth, of high ideals, .Ninth District Allen D. Coke. Mays-vul- e. tor of experimental stations of the de- effect in Kentucky, tunc 16: t k:. ..:.i ...:n t. ..i.., . ..' work on the track was greatly ham- wide exnerience and marked ability, he partment of agriculture The first Tenth District-- H. 'V""""' and entry Be it enacted by the General rtssem-h- l premium lists"" "c K'au 10 man vou pered, and it was proposed by J, W. will reflect, is neither nf hi M. Hoskins. Pikeblanks. Write work will bo the engagement of adMORELAND nents could, the sentiment of the new ville. of the Commonwealth of Kentucky : for them. It will mean much to win Moore Clunt Lear, W. H. Anderson, Oscar Minks is convalescent from a ditional county agents to supplement Eleventh Dtrict.-Jo- hn That Section 1309. Kentucky Statutes A. Creech. ami R. L. Smith that another day be iJcmocracy and the best thought of bad case of typhoid fever. the group of 21 already at work In Carroll's Edition of 1909, be stricken at this show. Harlan. Charles E. Herd. Middlesboro, set, and that they would bring their the day. The Q. Sc C, railway Is clearing the time, the board expects to have an agent out.and in lieu thereof the following "As a private ictiren he has boldly John H. Wilson, Baibourville. teams, and direct their attention to the News of the Churchet grounds preparatory to laying some in each county. The initial pajment section be enacted. completion of the track. The da) will stood often at a personal new tracking here and nil future payments from the The General Conference of the M. E he announced later. The rain that fell Section ,109. If any person tiiosc things which make for peace. Want, Lower Price on School Books shall Wheat cutting is on ami reports arc will be made to the stale ag- carry concealed a deadly weapon upon Church, South at its recent session in Wednesday night made it possible to do tiltorts arc beliix made to settle.' difand prosperity, while as an favorable for an ahundzut yield Oklahoma City, appointed a commls-io- n ri""d work with a roller Thursday af- official he hi? alvas been clean, ferences between State Superintendent ricultural college. or about his person other than an orMr. Hael .Simlcr of Danville', i to prepare the business forms and ternoon, and the track is now ready for capable and honest.' Called to the llamltl and some other members of the dinary pocket knife, or shall sell such visiting her mother, Mr. W J. Singleblanks for the reports of all the great office of Governor, when little State Textbook Commission over the s the free dav promised by four gentley vvc.ion to a minor other than the HUBBLE ton. contract price for Lyon and and Conferences of the church for pocket knife, "ore than a boy. Everything is looking good tncc the upon conviction, be such pernnis slnll. us during the next four ears. Rev. men. Much interest was manifested the most splendid lis pave to Kentucky arithmetics recently adopted. Carnahan's little daughMrs, J. P. Simmons ami fined not less than from start to finish and everyone business admiuistra-lio- n The law ram. visiting in Dauvine. specifics that the books shall be sold fifty nor more than one hundred rlol B. C. Ilorton. pastor of the Richmond worked like he was working for himter arc it has ever had. Harvest is on now and wheat is I.im and imprisoned in the county tail Methodist church was placed at the self at home. Late in the afternoon "We therefore urue all those who in Kentucky as low as in any other good, 'threshing begun this week in lor not less than ten nor more than head of that commission which meets a number of ladies drove out to the disapprove of his betraval six vcars State Paint Lick Man't Tough Luck The L)ou and Carnahau Chailey Todd, formerly; of Madison tins neighborhood. are adopted in Tennessee at 24 forty days in the discretion of the court in Nashville, Tenn, June 23rd. and will grounds, and served cake and lemon- ago. who admide courage, competency county, now of Paint Lick neighbor-hooand 3) cents for two looks The same Duriuont Stigall, of Somerset, was or jury trying the case If upon tit be in session about three days. Rev. ade and it required no proof that it tin! honestly and want to sec as rephad the misfortune of having visiting relatives here last week. books with six additional pages in the expiration of the time in which Hnrton is a native of near Stanford, a wa greatly enioved. John Cress, the resented in the upner house of one leg broken in a runaway scrape F. F. Stigall, ot Somerset spent last judgment of conviction could be sup. brother of John Iiorton. near Stan-fou- l, Prcachersvtlle stock trader, was preshv a man of whom we can all elemental book and about 100. devoted He was laid week with relatives here and at Marks- - crccded. no supersede as bond has been with a horse in March to ami Mrs. R. C. White, near Crab ent and offered to donate the best sheep feel iiislly to round the the review and vocational problems, in up for eleven weeks and was just get- bury. advanced look. are adopted in Kenexecuted it shall be the dutv of the Orchard. from a drove of three hundred then on victorious Beckham banner." when two crutches tucky at thirty and fifty cents, respecting around on Mr. 1 opcilliauen. of Ottenbeim. is cleik of the court rendering the Judgthe grounds toward a dinner for the bioke same leg building a school house here for the ment to at once issue and caused to be Students' tively. The firm in discussing the weeks ago lie fell and Shake Off Your Rheumatism Military Instruction Camp next working: and no doubt the next books before the hoard said the price placed in the hands of the pioper ofcolored folks. iti precisely the same place. will be nude more enjoyable Now is the time lo get rid of your could not be cut, if the larger text was To Aslnville. N C. Juty 6 to August occasion .dr. Sid Dunbar returned from Rus fice frr execution a ciptas profine, and if possible. rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e cent adopted. Superintendent Hamlett has Sallow complexion is due to a torpid sell count) last week, where he has H shall be the duty of said officer to 7th. The United States War Departbottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and asked an opinion from Assistant Attorment has selected Asheville. N. C. as execute at once said writ. liver. HERUINE purifies, and gives been for a month's visit. Burnside Boy Killed By Fall see how quickly vour rheumatic nains ney General Logan on the. question. Should the officer in whose hawk Instruction Camp for the South, open Mrs. Lucy Spoou.imore is havme a the liver and bowels strength and reson of disappear. Sold by all dealers. Howard Surber. Superintendent Hamlett said copias profine shall come for ex- to students of Colleges and Universideclares he stores the rosy bloom of health to the iioullry yatd fenced and is going to ecution, killed will not sign the contract. fail or refill lr nrrrnrm llio ties ami graduates of High Schools. James Surber, of Burnside, was poultry house. cheek. Price 50c. Sold by Shugars build an near over a Mas Dead , Mrs. ftiarv Weaver, of Wayne county duties herein prescribed and upon con. Asheville is 2500 feet above the sea lea. Sunday by a tall standing etui large Stanford. I.ne Bros., Crab Drug Store, on a Take Plenty of Time to Eat is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. viciinu ineretor, he shall he fined not vel and the climate is cool and de- Burnside. He was Orchard. W. I. Newcomb, a native of Mt. Ver lightful. ess than ten nor more than fifty For particulars telephone or rock and it turned under his feet, non, had been There is a P. Weaver. in prominent railroad paUMOI 3ACU saying that "rapid eating throwing him down the lull. The rock write ,B If. Todd, D. P. A., 457 City not n ani.vn un. .. Alberta and Jessie Sloan went over Fox Houndt KM Pet Deer. 1931). followed and rolled over him, killing liositions in Texas for the last twenty-fiv- e the habit of eating too rapidly you The years, died suddenly of heart fail- are Three pet deer belongntg to Joe E. to Mouticello and spent a day or two deadly offense nf earriinc him instantly. most likely suffering from indi. weapons denounced in this Wright near Shelby City, were killed with their aunt Mrs. J. C. Rankin last ure at lynt Worth Tex. on Wednes- gestion statute is hereby declarrd a high or constipation, which will reTemperance people are organizing by fox hounds last week, which got week. the night of that Colic, Cholera aad day and on his boarding house disaster sult eventually in serious illness unless Wright person convicted for a local optioi election in an ef- Cbimberlain'i ami any Into the pasture, where Mr. swam from to the corrected. Digestion begins in the Diarrhoea Remedy If you have the itch, don't scratch. under this statute of the offense of fort lo vote saloons out of Middles-b- o kept hit deer while chasing a fox. Mr. whom residence of his sweetheart without exception he was married a short time to family Every ro. Wright valued his deer at $150 and It does not cure the trouble and makes carrying concealed tqion or about his after the mouth. Food should be thoroughly should keen this unoaration at hand storm. the skin hleed. Apply BALLARD'S nersoi a deadly weapon Khali be dis "HiMiivaicci. men wnera greatly regrets their loss. you have a fullness of the stomach or SNOW LINIMENT. Rub It in cent- - franchise)! ami such conviction shall Children that arc affected by worms during the hot weather of the summer teel dull and stupid after timr months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera k. cuts, ragged wounds, ly on the affected parts. It relieves operate to execute such person from are pile and sickly ?nd liable to Barbed wire Can't Ketp It Secret one of Chamberlain's the right of suffrage for the period of Tablets. Many some fatal disease. WHITE'S and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many collar and harness galls heal up quickly itching instantly ami a lew applica splendid work of Chamberlain's severe cases of stomach trouble and The when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT tions removes the cause thus permit-tin- s two )ears from the date thereof. Any CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms tunes iu cost when needed and is Tablets is daily becoming more wide- constipation have been cured by the use a permanent cure. Price 25c, 50c. person convicted a second time under promptly and puts the child on the almost certain to be needed before the is applied. It is both healing and anhas no superior for ly known. No such grand remedy for " Prii 9sV n. IudIa summer is over. It iney are eatv tr lauien. tiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per M. and $IM per bottle, hold by Shugart this statute shall be confined in the rn.lfl tt fifntlli penitentiary for a period of not less Sold bv Shugars' Diug Store Stanford jibe purpojes for which it it intended, stomach and liver troubles has ever take and most agreeable in effect. Sold tie. Sold by Shugars Drug Storn Drug Store. Stanford, Ky., and Lyne bv all dealers. been known. For sale by all dealers. than one nor more than five years. Buy it now For sale by all dealers. Ky., and Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. Bros., Crab Orchard. Stanford, Lyne nros., Crab Orchard. my Raits the Kmux. villc division with heavier rails in to take better care of large amount of freight traffic which is being sent over this division. Ninety-poun- d steel rails, the heaviest jet, it is said, that arc used on any railroad arc bcniK used to replace the lighter weight rails which have done service on this uivis-ha- s ion for many years. Work start ed in the immediate vicinity of Stan- lorj. new track hcinit laid out of Row land this week. 1 he L, & N., is using Us heaviest and most owerful ciiRines to haul freight on this division and the heavier rail is necessary to redirec the near and tear to the minimum. L. & N., .Putting Down The L. & N., is rctracking MRS. BETTIE COBB McKINNEY Beautiful Christian Character it Called To Htr Well Earatd Reward PYTHIANS HAD ROYAL TIME Membert of Diadtm Lodgt Pleased And Imprtsted With Lexington Trip WEST END WOMAN Re- or-il- er Mrt. E. S. Powtll Goet to Her ward Newt From Huttonritle Binder Cutt tip Mercer Man Robert I'rcvvitt, a laborcring man, who has a wife and ten children residing near Nevada, in Mercer county, met with an accident Monday, which is almost sure to prove fatal. He was driving a team of four horses to a self binding wheat harvester for Win Williams and fell in front of the machine, which passed over him, cutting off one leg. severing an arm. which hunc only hy a strip of skin, and badly in junriK nis oincr leg ami arm. tic was brought to the hospital at Harrods-bura distance of six miles. g, ENTRIES CLOSE Three Parties Have Caadidattt Senator and Congressman For grief-stricke- n Hits-tonvi- lc .,, tr.,.u, i.mi.i,i. J I .I "" l, Eliza-bethtow- n. Jcs-aini- Rmrinii rniriimii saloon-keepe- Wt fl,-,:.-,- 1 """ k f.il-iiii- s sa-lo- h. ---. 'fl n Lu-eie- d. Pol-h"- three-year-o- ld l- ? ry n - t- n on. nt ordi-nar- pas-tor- - arith-meti- cs d, Con-cre- ss dol-lar- s. ronr-,-il,.- ,l ,'" con-tra- ct "c a., V , i u W?m tm TMB INTERIOR JOPRHAt gTAKMMB, K1HTWCKT TBMRAY, JtWK M, HI 4. Chlldrtn Cry for FUtehr's lie HHKLTON 1 JmtmI M. FAM AIW ITtCK newt Mn.r, Highland. SALE-Thorouahb- HAUFI.KT HTHK-TL- T rrortwr IN ADVANCE at FOR SALE. Sow and pigs, Ky. 50-t- John f COOL UNDERWEAR A tr.AU (f Knlnti frond cHil mil mllr. m(i)r Sfnfr4 M Wattttson to a Suffragette u(frai!cttc Gen. Kosilic Joiic, a Henry Walter-so- ii leader united of the Cotirur Journal, to debate the Woman Suffrage question on the court house steps at St. l.ouis. Col. Uattorson declined with thanks, however. General Jones, issuing her said Col. Wattcrson belonged to the "age ot knee breeches and nice tint- fy laces. Hie editor in Ills reply refers to himself as Tony (.irandpa," the and to his challenger as General Honorable Rosalie Jones, of the ly- scraping Wattcrson loot marines. writes in part; ".Say, nay, Rosalie, Dear Rosalie. Shall we not drop the unwomanly and unmcanmK 'General' and call ou pet names? 'I on liac the wroiiK pig hy the Uranupa press an ice car. Let upon ou. Stick )our pantcJettes in jour hoots, little girl, and instead of facing that dreadful mob from itic courthouse steps, let us go and hunt buttercups. Ttour brains, Kosie. if wc may say it without offense, still run to jour legs nativity brains for brains were made to think with and legs were made to debating, walk with, and walking, has as may it ecr be, jour long suit, sweetheart. cli.it-leuti- c. FT The Kind Ytm Have Always Bonght, and which ha hccn of ia -- Hie for ever 30 years, has bornotho signaturepcr- and has been nmdo under his J? sonal snpcrvlnlon since Us infancy. yA J!ZJS-- Allorr nooncto.lorolveyoHlntliln. " nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of blasts and Children Experience against Experlmeat. M4A44; .Ttmt-an-go- od Castorta Is a harmless snhrtltnto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Smithing H.vrup. It 1h pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlicr 'nrcotle substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays FcverlNlincss. For moro than thirty years it has been In constant mo for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd It regulates the Stomach nnd HtmcN, Dlarrluea. assimilates tho Food, piling lienlthy and nntttrul bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is CASTORIA roy GENUINE CASTORIA FBears the Signature of ALWAYS bt-e- nt CZ&tfffl&&l M M.EASANT POINT Rev. Til ford has resigned as pastor of the Uaptist church at this place. A number ot our jotmg lolks attended Children's Day at I'arlor Grose on Sunday. (i. V. Walls is erecting a nice residence on his farm near the Somerset pike. .Miss .Mamie llrown lias Iieen indisposed for several dajs having a case ot French measles. Mr. and Mrs. Dufc Butt arc rejoicing ucr the arrival of a beautiful little irgin.a Marie, lloth niotlur daughter, and daughter are getting along nicelj. Mrs. Laura Wilson, who has been erv sick at her father's. A. H. llor-ton- 's is improving and will leave in a few dajs for her l.omc in Bloomington, 111. The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In lira For Over 30 Year For This Hot Weather t. Go to Cummins for your li. G. Gilliland and family will move shortly to their new home purchased Light Weight Underwear, Snirts, Straw Hats A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. Blr J. F. Cummins Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according' to the Original & Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooThe Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousand! of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Ex-jluain, COM-CEISA- from Kay Johnson and located on the Somerset pike. Mrs. W. T. Flanican. of Lebanon Junction, is spending a few weeks ivith her mother. Mrs. Wm. Uje. Misses Ma) me Singleton and F.th el rlogiic are visiting relatives at Way nesburg and Kubanks. Miss Oda Urown and brother nave returned from a short visit to tncu sister, Mrs. W. D. Baxter. Mrs. V. C. Gilliland.' Miss Florence Walls is staving with Mrs. Wesley Uastm and little son LeRoy have returned to their home in Carthage, O., after a few weeks visit to her father V. C. Alford, who accom panicd them home. Mrs. Albert Faulkner and son, and Mr Wm. Surber. of Corbin. were the guets of Mrs. Wm. D. Dye Monday. .Mr. and .Mrs. Ja3. Hrovvn attended the ordination of Deacons at Wajncs burg Sunday afternoon . Messrs. Jas. Long and Tohn Homer with their wives spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Leach. Little Vera and Grctchen Gilliland spent a few dajs with their grand parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. Jas. Lrovv. Mrs. W. M. Murphy has been suffering for some time with a lame Minnie Ollish. of Cincinnati, will spend her vacation during the month of July, with her parents here. Fred Walls, of Erlangcr, is with the homefolks this week. Mr. Alexander Dunlap, of Dry Ridge is the guest of his sons and dauchtcr. Messrs. Oca and Carl Dunlap and Mrs. J. A. Johnson. Misses Maude llrown and F.lirabeth Dye will leave Sunday for an extended visit to friends and relatives m Vst irgnia and Ohio. back-Mis- s OAILIEWllTE.IOeN rWCnrbrbritlat eiaiNTon or win-Mars cM-oa-- tmtm itttM a sciua tm Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky af Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House Frazier Sineleton Miss Aberdeen Frazier. the attrac tive and accomplished daughter of Mrs. Utile Fr.i7icr and Oscar Sinaleton a prominent young tanner and son of were married Wash Singleton, last week by Rev. M. C. Morgan, of Crab urchard immediately after the marriage they left for Louisville, where they spent several days. They will make ineir nomc near Crab Urchard, where they will have the best wishes of their many friends and relatives for a long and happy union. of Lebanon is to have a new flour mill capacity. 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, Vice-PreH. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. S. s. J. Of Interest to Tanners Machinery suitable lor iirenarinc limestone for agricultural nurnoses will be demonstrated at the Kentucky Agricultural hxperiment Station at Lexington. J un 22 to 26. inclusive. A num. her of crushers, pulverizers and siire.ul ers have been loaned for the oeciiv and the compkte operation of crushing puivirizmg ami spreading linusiiui. will be shown. The use of limestone in agriculture will be discussed by the jf the Experiment Station Statf each day. and on Thursday morning. June 25th. at 10..0 o'clock. Mr CvrilG. Hopkins, of the I'niversitj of Illinois, will deliver an address upon "fiincral Problems in Soil Fertility a it tlecting Agricultural Conditions in Mexia, Texas. Dr Hopkins is so well Subscribed and sworn to before me Kentucky." Notary Public, this the 8th dav ol known to Kentucky fanners that fur a pril, 1912. T IJENNKTT tl er (vmment is unnecessary It is Imp Notary Public eu that a large gathering will lie pres. cut to hear him even at this busy sea. son. The mixing and use of concrete Letter to i Or. Kilmer & Co,, I Binghamton, N. Y. ot t. ot This Kidnev Remedy a Great Healer For a number of otf I was tiuu-bli- d with my kidneys, condition so serious that part of the time I was unable to work. Tried several remedies, also different phjsicians without relief. sample of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rowas left at uiv house. I commenced to take it and continued it until 1 had takwi several bottles and am now cured. Am 02 j ears of age and able ti work every daj'. 1 attribute my cure to the use of your Swamp-Roo- t. My wife also was cured by Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-RooSjmptoms were very serious, including hemorrhages. gie.it pain and distress. 1 commenced uivinu Jit r Swamp-Roami it wa iut as healing in her case. We can heartily recommend jour Swamp-Roo- t to all kidney sufferers. ery truly vours. Jersey FOR 50-- 2 cow and calf. Dr. A. S. Price. UK) head of cattle to WANTED. W. L, McCarty, graze on good 4';. J. Stanford. FOR SALE. Ily S. II. Fulkcrson, ol Middlcsboro, Ky,, (4 acres of land near Tumcrsvillc on Stanford and Huston- tile pike for further information, sec li, IJ l'ejton, or uouniti at nir. 47-- 1. nersville. SEALED buls for our surplus milk from Itilv 0. Jan. 1"IS. will be received until noon June Ath. Those wanting to bid will see the secritarj lor terms of sale. Stanford Lrcamcrj Co. 50-- J I. V. Russell, of Hustomillc pur. chased of W. J. Campbell a sow and some pigs, pajing seven cmts pel pound Robert L. Elkm. manaBer of the Cm- tral Record, of Lancaster sold Monday fifteen head of Slutland ponicsto difrcnt parties for an average of ?70. V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, cxpotted litre r.ir In.uls nf lions fro Lancaster the porkers averaging 185 pounds and costing him an average prue ot $7 50 per hundred. Ed and N H. Price, of Garrard countv, sold 4i head of hogs to V, A. .,,,, II. -. -. 7 ..-.- i . ...I.UI, Ills; (WtRlia Mv...(,"..ft fur iA.23 ucr hunurid. Henry Pope of section of liarrard the Marksbury county sold a bunch of hogs at $7.50 per hundred. are engaging wncai irom llteis throughout liarrard countj-- . J. P. drtuorv. of the Garrard Milling Co., purchasing largely irom the Huena ista tanners at eu cents per misiiei. Billv Shronslnre. of Winchester, lias changed the name of the great mare, Regina Pcavinc, which he liotight from Scuddcr, Walker and Wray to Gabv Dcslejs. With Jack Uarrjmore, .tihi Rexall Prince, she will be one of the best bets in jus stable. Mack Huuhcs. Danville s progressive and hustling horsemen, sold last week to William Gentry. M. Worth, lex., stallion. All the handsome Squirrel, by Judge lollm, dam hy tilacK long price of $1,500. Siiuirrel for the This is an extremely handsome and well bred horse and will be a credit to the "Lone Star" State. Law son and llrown, stock dealers, of Lancaster, have also been making heavy shipments of 'ambs to the city market within the last fortnight, having purfrom chased the young mutton-maker- s the flocks of James X. Denny, W. . Price and a number of other farmers east of Garrard cotintj-- , exported a big consignment of lambs to the live stock city lirms during the past week. V. A. Lear, the premimnt stock exporter, of Garrard, is doing a big business in the handling of a large part of the lamb crop of Garrard, having shipped as many as one thousand head of the joung and for to continue his shipments seme little time. He has within the last double-deckefc.v dajs sent out two from Lancaster to lercy Citj tin lambs costing him from seven cents per Kuiml to 7 4 cents, and lie receiving about -' cents from a Jersey Citj live stock firm. The following are somecif hi best bunches liought up from the fanners of this comiminit)" From D. M. Anderson 85 head of 75 pound lambs at 7 cents per pound; from Hudson and Kavanaugh 44 head of 70 pound lambs at 7 per hundred; from J. C. Eubanks 50 head of jotmg mut averaging 86 pounds at 7 4 cents, from D. P. Morris, half a hundred of young averag-in- g 70 pounds at $7 50 per hundred, from John Amon 4 head of lambs, weight 70 Hiunds each, at seven cents, from Frank Land 20 head averaging 'A) pound at .7 50 per htindrtd, from Robin Long. (5 lambs, avintgmu 05 pounds at sevm cents, from Mrs. Carrie Y Davidson, 22 head of lambs weighing about 7 ounls each, at cents, from John Aihins 50 bead of lambs averaging 73 pounds, at $7 per hundred, from Joe Iiunisidc 20 htad ot lambs at seven cents per pound, from T C Rankin 70 head ol averaging 88 pounds at $7.25 per hundred, from J Fleece IS head of lambt at 7 4 cents per pound; from George Van-ki40 head of miitton-makir- s averag mg 70 pounds at $7.50 per hundred, from J. Freeman 20 head of lambs, averaging weight o5 pounds, at 7 ets per ound. from Spootiatnore, 40 lambs averaging 75 pounds at $7.50 per hundred ; from W. R Cook, i5 weight 75 lbs. per animal, at 7 cents per pound: from James I Hamilton. 40 head of mutton makers, average weight 70 lbs at $7.50 per hundred, from William Simp son half a hundred ambs about 75 pounds each, at 7 cents per pr.und. from I. II. Ilourne 35 head of 70 pound lambs at $7 ncr hundred1 from B. D Pclnhrev 115 lambs at 57 per hundred. rcil g" gg3 THESE swelter- ing days call for as few clothes as style will admit. Underwear must be light weight and open fabric, to let the heat from the body pass off. In se lecting our stock we have gotten the MUNSING UN-IOSUITS are the BEST fitting and most COMFORTABLE of N all underwear. IF Cut with both knee and ankle lengths at $1.00 the tuit Hi' z- - t service and B. V. D. the Nainsook Un- ..r, comfort Union Suits are becoming more popular every day. s If Mr i.liM ion Suits, known the nation over for coolness and comfort at $1.00 the suit. Separate shirts and elastic seam drawers at 25c and 50c. Sizes run from a boy's 24 to a man's 50. Ih.j.mroberts THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE four-jear-o- ld ere erv few wonitu or men stem to to Tango or get Dancing Lxcrcise unless thej arc assured the freedom from aching feet that Allen's the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes, alwajs gives, isincc the tendency to hold Dancing parties has become almost a daily and hourlj , necessity m every cominunitj-- the sale so the Druggists of Allen's the high water report, has reached Trial mark. Sold hverj where 25c package FKKH. Addiess Alltn F. Olm-slel.cKoj, N. Y. Foot-Lase. Foot-1'asc, GOING ON A VACATION? There are uJ lotl of thinyt you'll tml loi lippy, comloiUhk aclwi Ifip. Htte'i hisdy litl to chk on. You'll think ol wtKlrt omrtlrd. lut in, down and tshen you'le ifadjr bung tb . Wf He idem on the farm will also b'c discussed and ten sled arc invited to be present, terestd arc invitid to be present. LANCASTER Mcsdames Alex West and James Dtiddcrar are in Nicholasvillc visiting Mrs. Charles Deuman. Mr. J F lloluclaw, an enthusiasm Hull Moose, is a candidate for nomination for congress on the Progteivc . ticket. Oarrard farmers aic quite busj harvesting their wheat, while some an giving attention to their barley Kev. C U llrown, of Louisville, for mir palor of the Lancaster Prtsbjter tan church will begin a sciics of meet mgs on June 2Mb at Mt. Hebron, Mrs. J C. Kobinsun returned Thurs dav night from a stay of several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Win. Jones near Winchester. Hon David Smith, of liotlgctisville. was a recent visitor in Lancaster. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbic is at home after a visit of several weeks to Mr and Mr. W. C. Price, of Danville Miss Allu" Arnold, who has been a D, slecessful teacher in the D. in Pittsburg, tor me uai ..irec vears is at home for the summer ths. A shooting affair occurred at Point Leavcll between two negroes, James Conn and Win. Palmer, the latter being baillj. but not senouslj shot bv Conn The bullet entered the mouili and passed out cf the back of the neck. Palmer is 50 jears old and Conn about t5; the o and owns a farm in latter is the Point I.eavell sictiou. He gave bono of 1,000. to the amount Mr. Thomas Montgomery, aged 7. j ears tbed at his home at Mt. Hebron, I he deceased had ot heart disease. hern a faithful member of the, llaptut church for many years. He is survived by a wife and three daughters and five sons. Misses ("iladys Frisbic and Christine Sanders are enjojing a visit in Louisville as the guests of little Miss F.lkui Hughes, Mr and Mrs. W'. T. W'oolfolk and daughters, of Lexington, have been with (j.irrard relatives. Mr. Jack Adams was lioness at a re cut ft o'clock dinner the guests of honor being Mrs. Helen llaekle, of Loudon and Mr and Mrs. leilm Doner of Canui Nelson Miss Martha Hall Kutliff. of Slurps burg, is the attractive guest of Miss Mattie Adams. I.xtensive preparation is being made hj Lamasterians for the present week will be a gala one, as it will be Chautauqua and a number of visitors will be here to eujov the many attractions of the well arranged program each dav ati'I evening. Aliss Helen Patterson is enjoying a visit to friends in Williamsburg Miss l.ul.i Simpson, who has beui in Louisville for some' time under a specialist, has returned home much nn proved in health. (."I-leg- e well-to-dMai-gar- TALCUM POWDER. CONFECTIONARY. BATH REQUISITES. DRINKING CUPS SOAP. COMBS. OUTING GOODS. HAIR BRUSHES. SHAVING SUPPLIES. TOOTH BRUSHES. TOILET WATERS. MAGAZINES. CIGARS. BOOKS. FOOT POWDER COLD CREAM. mutton-produce- ex-ot- ct just when you want them. It is easy to make your purchases now. Have them handy Penny's Drug Store "The Rexall Store" 3-- '- OXFORDS wool-beare- wool-btare- Again" "Once Wlk ' V9VViKrJsUsssssslBsssisK Roh-mso- n ie ways fit well and nice enough. in LOW CUTS WEshadesShoeihe NEW CROSSETTsizes. that the that never loses its shape, al- have just received a new line of lasts and wool-bearer- s, Prices lower than other makes. Come in here and give your feet a fair trial and you will be a "CROSSETT" customer. 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. c Griffith. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ESrKy'T I I Prove What Swamo-Ro- ot The Old and Reliable Agency Oldest in Central Kentucky Nothing but the Largest and Rest C 60 YEARS AN AGENCY 60 Vou Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer St Co. Rtnghampton, N. V for a sample size It will convince anyone You bottle. will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder When writing, be sure and mention the Interior Journal, Reg-tilfifty-ceand size bot ties for sale at all drug stores. one-doll- Will Do For MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES clr Mr. Farmer: Wmi tew drop In the water cures and prevent cliokra, diarrhoea amlothiTClilck ulscascs. One too bottle make !.' rallom of medl Ine At fill JruituKte. Kuiiple and booklet on "l)l east. of low a' bent i'KhK Sat'eii, A Can Not and Do Not Touch tin Liver Thejr miy out the Intestinal trkct, bile. but do not rulltvetfcc dsu'iuctl-u- p Year ko Mjr Apple Hoot (rallrd Yiy dopbyllln) blleittrttr. i Uit-iooIt gri"vl fearfully, but brought out the bile, i'oilopbjrllln with the gripe taken out U sow to be h4 under tli utine f BOIDBON POULTRV CUBE donna chief lbro.it curtn When you come to Stanford, day, don't fail to see that "INDIANA SILO" Mon- BcutHn Remedy Cs.lriixrK&.Ir Companies Represented. State Made Rates. Settlements Prompt and Liberal. Talk With Me Before Insuring. JESSE D. WEAKEN, The luwaice Mai oSgrSJ29"l36 Statist Kentucky TO THE PUBLIC the largest and best clothing house in this counV. Price & Co.. Chicago. III. try lid My experience in measuring and directing the making of jour clollief, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If vou give mc vour order I will promise vou a iitiarc deal. You will pet the worth of jour money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher prictd Mv spring line of samples are r.ow ready for jour inspection. Call and let me show vou. H. C. RUPLEY. Tbe Practical Tailor. I represent made-to-ordrr HARRY JACOBS Old Dripping Springs The famous turnmer retort U now open for season and newly furnished. I will be in position to give guests first class treatment, Hut diss, fair and good accommodations A first class livery and feed stable in connection. Rates reasonable. Persons desiring rates will please write me ut Crab Orchard, Ky. JOHN D. WILSON, Prop. Higk-Class Manufacturer and Dealer in 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." Mowmtjits Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Concectirns at all Or'nite and Marble Quarrits. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Closed on Saturdays Telttnose No. 164. STANFORD, KY. W. P. KINCAID, District Agent y Hf- -' '-- VT IHryo-'niin- y i laiyi i aaiw II Mtartdli "nala;iia1n 'WS1 ? ''W J- - wwsny- - THE INTERIOR fOVRff Ak STAW ORD. KBRTUCKT TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. MS. WINN'S ADVICETOWOMEN TIm LyEPikkm,Vef tabic Competm. Mel Im Restore, to Health. Miss Mary Dee Kennedy is in Willi relatives and trlcum. Miss Grace Conovcr, of Columbia, is ic guest of Mrs. Flora Mcllcatli. Lojian Wcstirfiild of l'arls, is tlic Kiicst of his aunt, Mrs, M, I), hlinorc. Miss I'aiiline Mocker is vmiiitK her lirandfatlitr, Mr Alex Dcnti) at Kan. 1 Miss Sudie and Zoc Hllii are the guctti of Mrs. Main at Huttonville. Hits-tomil- lc $P It f opi tti LMCni A 3 & frmi unrtr t f tt iktn. fr ftft Aon ttop tit trriMpthtrWHlb mtlhimrifi ITUh tr AT OTt lt t Kuimm City, Mo. -- "The doctor told ine I would never be a mother. Kvery lmonth the pnlm jwem no bntl that 1 j could not (war my LH5riv J 19 MM Idla E.IMnkham'a iweiRnt on one foot. Il begun taking I.v- - IHIKwviw I IVeKetablo when I Com- pound and had not finished the fl nit hot-tl- o (rrcatly relieved and trSSSsVVI U took It until It made mo Round and well, and I now have two fine baby 'a Rlrl. I ennnot limine Lydia E. Vi'KutnMo Compound too highly for what It linn done for me. I always peak" a word In fnvor of your medlclno to other women who suffer when I have an opportunity." Mm. It. T. Winn, li2Jl Kreemont Ave., Knnmu City, Mo. Hill Pink-liatn- felt Vegetable Compound and what it has done for me. 1 could not eat or sleep, had a bad stomach and was In misery all the time. I could not do my housework or walk any distance without suffering great pain. I tried doctors' medicines and different patent medicines hut failed to get relief. My husband brought home yourVegetable Compound and in two weeks I could eat anything, culd sleep like a healthy baby, and walk a longdistance without feeling tired. I can highly recommend your Vegetable Compound to women who suffer as I did, and you are at liberty to Ur-this letter. "-ClUKLlE Bao-IXMrs. ing woman every day of Lydia ItwIWImt Another Woman nays: Cummlnjr. Ca. " I tell nome BufferK. I'lnk-ha- Mr. ami Mrs. R. M, Fisher have taken rooms with Mrs Am llunii on l.aticaMcr street. Miss ntie l),ils McUohcrts is the Kiict of licr tunic l If McKobcrts and f.uuil) at l.anciilir Mrs Annie I'rcwitt and dnitKbtcr, Miss l.tti.i Palmer arc visiting rilatius and fn-n- -J at I!yattille. Mrs, I T. Carttr and son, of Ind, arc t lie Kitcsts of her nioihtr, Mrs. ftili.i Hughes, Miss I llnl l)oiee, who lias been the i attractive micst of .vliss Hva Rtnkin lias rettmiul to her home in Ostrandtr, () Mrs I (,ocr and little grandson. Jack .ire the quests of Mrs, W II Worshuu at Cnrbin. Miss low Xiimicllr) has rcttimrd lo her Ik, mo near Huttonville after a isit l Mrs (.nli in. m at Unrein. I Ml tiima lliuitttiholhatn, nf Ins rttnrneil lionic after a visit to relatives and frit nils here Mrs J . Duncan ami on, of San l'"r.ineirn Cal , arc the mtests il her parents, Kiv anil Mrs Joseph Il.illoii Mr and Mrs. J. W Sanborn, of liium ita, a, aic the i!tict oi thnr daughter. Mr. I). S llroinlev Mrs Cler. Ilrnvvn and 'wither, Mri Marv I Williams of Mt Ncrimii. arc lsttiiiK the fatnil) of M C Williams on llarve) Hill Sotiitrit Journal Mr and Mrs II II Hammoiitrrc. of I eiianon Junction arc rtruviiiK enn Kratnlations ocr the arrival of a Krl is in their home Mrs. Ilatnmontrec here with hrr inothi r Mrs Cabell Mrs, Robert C Saufley and two tie sons, of Parker. ru , are vtH ing her mint. Mrs John W lliiulics and famil) in Danville Mr Sauflr) will toi'i lli in a little lalir for a visit here Ins mother. Mrs J I McClarj and to Ins brothir. Miction Sauflc). castir hrtHng f( nnrf. IIVrrsiwrtI1 otbrvw II. A It Mioirwiwill prtrfnl s ur n trmt. tr. hot an( hin4rd fov e IrvubU. Antiseptic Salve hu dollars -- ft daM DJt BILL'S SUMMER SALE! Winslow Jewelry Optical Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY WE arc planning for the largest fall trade ever experienced in Danville in the JEWELRY BUSINESS; our large stock and Low Prices will guarantee this. To make room for our new stock we will during this Sale make liberal DISCOUNTS and on many lines of which we have too large a stock tt T.tl It Br Th. Ball" IICAHU ABOUT TOWN If vour I. J. fails In arrive after toda don' I lame anyone but yourself. A lot 'if siibscribi rs have consistently neu lecieu to pay up tilt i r subscriptions after lcK.iteil notification that their tunc had expired, and their nanus arc removed from the list this week. I lie-m- i,' (orr l.an-casl- McCarty and Anderson sold a five, passenger I'ord touring car to Mckce Kiffc, of Hiistonvillc, last week The loeal aKculs have a hard tune supplying the demand for lords W. T. Stephenson, who is now en- Kiiged in the gent' furnishlnc business wood, and was in homefolks at M.inford a short time shakuiK hands with his many friends. .May at l.cbanoti Junction, and is kept busy, stitnt aturt!av and bunday v. all the-- We Will Sell For Cost CUT GLASS China at prices lower than sold for in any city, and right here let us say nearly all of the CUT other rHsi has the name of the quality. Otner stores will sell you the JUST GLASS is HAWKS or LIBBIES. No cheap imitation GET TKE BEST and pay the least during this June sale. AS GOOD KIND but you only have a and hand-painte- I he base ball game scheduled for Monday alteruoon between the Chriswas tian and the on account of the illness of Juduc j. W. Aleoru, whose home adjoins the liail roiituls .No more v. lines will be pliycj duriuK his illness. Mcth-liyteria- d ' w IL 3, Cumming, G. I PERSONAL ana SOCIAL Dr. and Mrs A S. Price arc spending several wnks at Ctab Orchard. Mrs. James A Hcazlc) and daughter, of Lancaster, were here balurda) Mr and Mrs. T. W. Jones and little Miss Martha Clark were in Last Hern-la.l- t. Uui Nwgir. A. A. Lies, of Pittsburg. Pa.. ha the recent BUCit of Miss Nancy Miss Mats) (irinics is lite attractive Kiust of Miss irginta liivcns, at Mrs W. X Grain and little dauglitcr arc the Kticsts of Dr. V. N. Craig at Kicliuuiud Mrs. lolin L)nn Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar binglctoii, of Crab Orchard were here Friday. Miss' bailie llurdctle left last week (or Richmond to attend the State Normal for several weeks. Higginhothaui has Mrs. home after a visit to her sister. Mrs. J V. West. Mrs Mildred Ucailcy, of Lancaster, is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Will Havs and son J - Ucailey, Mr. and Mrs R. M. Fisher were the Mrs. guests of her pannt. Dr and W. It Print) at Danville Sunday. Mis hara and Mary t tackle), who have Utn spending some tunc in Los Anitetcs, Cal, have returned home id Socutv of the Chris, "Hie Ladies tiau church will meet with Mrs. John S. Ilaughuian Frid.i) a fu moon at time o'clock. Miss I uc) Walton arrived Sunday afternoon from Orlando. l"la . to spend the summer here with relatives and miles south of Danville N Ingram and daughter. Mrs Miss Mahle are at Crab Orchard Tluy Springs for a two weeds' sta will visit rditivcs m Garrard county Piueville Sun In fore their mum Mr and Mrs W. A. Spragcns. Miss Florence Spragrns ami Messrs. Ruel, Dennis and I iigine Spragens. of motored to Lebanon and were of Mr and Mrs, W IL the gu-- t hpragtns, Simla) - Lebanon Falcon Mrs Caswell Saufley nfter a visit to her parents, Judge and Mrs E. C lias gine to Pcnsacola. Fla to lur husband. Lieut Saufle), who iias h 'timed from ,i month's sti) in Frankfort Slate Journal Mexico I'.llis-liur- frtinds. Mi. Jtnnic lbxker has returned home after a delighlliil visit M Mrs. three I. H. Bamjhmau at "Hilltop" g, EAgleeyesalVE i:at,i: kikn? rm Bo 0000 FOR THE EYL- S- AND EYES ONLY on Iblnk HihI u.Urrj. iimllrry ! nrn " bellfsc (imuiilalril lists. I ur liikl s iiim nnliirisir labl, cllll.t;troHlSs. KYK Mtl.tC sua juu basi l), s i'is W. L l.vans, ot Hiistonvillc, one oi he cleverest and hiKKcsl hearted men that ever went up and down the road was in this city lat Wednesday. Mr. Iwatts is now traveling or the Miller Wiiik Candy Co, of Louisville, a new firm, but Mr. (tome Miller, the of the firm is an experienced candy ii.oi, iravcieti in mis territory many Current Events Club The last tm cling of the Current years Mr Evans stutcd :o a Mcsscn-irt- r reporter he was carryinn a swell Fs nils Club for the summer season was held at the home of Mrs W A line of goods and everyone who know Tribl.le last Thursda) afternoon. De- l.utl Tvans as well as we do will erne Danville Messenger. lightful refreshments of ices and cake him an order were served and the occasion was made Teething baliics alvvavs liave a liard a most enjovable one for alt present by ol it when this this charming hostiss In addition lo time weather They process occurs in not only have to the regular membership, the following hot conn nd with painful gtuns but the Mesilames W guests were present is disordered, IkiwcIs loose am stomach II. Shanks. II. J McRobcrts. R M the body uncomfortable Xewland. lohn S Itaughman, IL J. you can give the little 'I he best liel sufferer is lc llrown, S M Saufley and Miss F.sthir (i' PS l!ItV ELIXIR It corrects tturch sour stomach, cools and ntiicts the bow. els and help digestion, l'ricc 25c. and PARKSVILLE 5c per Pottle bold hy Shugars Drug Miss Hattie While, lias recovered More, Matitonl Kv , and I.v ne Bros. fiom an attack of the mumps Her sis Crab Orchard Kv. tcrf. Misses Lluabtth and Roberta and brothers, John, George and William The residence of Calvin Hurst, val l.irvcr White, are all suffering from ued at $s.mi0 burned at I'uieville last v tile same disease this wctk The week. He had ;m.20I insurance is in a light form Manle'v Spires arrived home Pec the pictures at the house alfir hiving been m Pans and tonight Rowland with friends Mrs 1 M Webb, of kr.m. O. jr r,vid tlrs week fir a visit to her HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Mr and Mrs W T Cozatt John J Cozatt and Jessie W Over-stru- t atuude-the annual Knight Tcin. The People's Market Place Adver plar baiiiuet at Lebanon last Use What You Have to Sell evening Mis Mm- - Clovd. Mrs Phelps Cobb and Master 'IVvis Cobb, were the guests Insure vour urnoertv wi'h Bromles of Mrs (icurgc li Docker last Wed & Bronilrv. Stanford. Kv. nesdav aflcriiiMin. I lotion continues to improve John ALIO LLN'E between Danville am lie is jet very weak, ocntinutes to siif is man) Trie nils hox' Mauford, car leaves hotel at 11..30 auu fir at- tuiiis. 47-to sit- hint out in a few davs M0. J. L. Hardesty. in G Pastl.iud, the stirance man. ot Louisville, was in this Weddinn uresents at Mueller's lew. plai( m hui:ies this wee-llie visited Ins Mrs Samuel Caldwell elrv store. WalkT before rt turning Fume NI O touring car in good shape, will S L. nuihrie, the Danville contractor was in this pi ice this week installing sell or trade for Ford runabout or lour ome new machinery in Messrs Cozitl ing car, (i. II. Masters, McKiimey W-- 3 A O.erstreet's mill Mr Giuhrie stat- Ky. ed that since placing his addition it mi chincry, the flour the) verc manufacWKI1 h me, telephone me, co ie and turing was as while as the driven snow tc me about your house, carriages Master Douglas Hurry, who stiffiuil md automobile painting Paper hanging 11 serous injurv in our oi ins nnun sptcially Miop on West Main street while handling stone at the roik crushI el phone m residence. .1 No J pike winch ic er on the Knob Lick Ky. ISelden. Stanford. 2J.tf. (liiirrd several stilehes to close, is rap 'ullv recovering tb Cttarrh Thfr l WYstcrfi'etd. who Ins rounirjr thanmoro illnr iU. In this retlan cf auil Miss I llu put Lectin r, ill tu t I'levn vi.itiiiK rclativc at Tterea. Loniil'i-iuntil tliv Ut liw rura liuiirablr. don and Row I mil. reluiicd home on (ili.liuuiHtil IIlur a treat many jrara itiatora ami iriirlltil ittirli acco'iipinied bv hrr cousin rciuiilla anil ab)!.al Ulaiaau falling In turt lixal 4sniaiitljr Hltb I i nra lIumMi', of linden btlerue w'e aal triatuiilit, n'iituiiii ail it luiniratili. illaiaae, rvutllulluual rivrn Calurrli ti make an efndnl visit to Mr. am' baa tbenfore niialrtj U coiutltatlcnal treatment. II P Wilfon Haifa t'atarrb eure, inanuracturfil by K. J. I b.-nmal-adWeil-liesda- v, pir-eiitTue-sila11 n 6-- K 1 U a- -J Miss Spoonamore Entertslns Miss Luc) SlHHinaniore delightfull) (iitcrtained at her pretty country home on Lancaster pike Saturday evening visitors. in honor of ncighlorhool 'I hoe press nl weie-- . Miss Flora McMisses Grace llcatli and visitors and Delia Harris, Jewell and visitor Miss Hazel Mone Mr and Mrs Charles Rankin and visitor, Miss Chote, Miss Gertrude Jones and visi'or. Miss Jones, of Lancaster. Martha Ann Hongman. Sarah W'ood May Wilson Drs W II eager. Smith and J Casc. - It Conn. Mcntt li'biisou and Mr Rich, all of Danville, Messrs Sam ndrcw and George Pope of llarrodsburg. I.mdsav Rankin, Far-ri- s Yeagrr and David Houghnian Re fresliinents were scrvol in the )ard. All enjoved the occasion to the fullest and broadest measuring. Con-ovShh)U-amorc, Albert llnclin, who holds a nice po sition with the Adams kxprcss Company, at Louisville came home Tuesday nioiniri(, to attend the funeral of lit- falhcr Anton Hochn, who died at Ins home near Ottinhcun llcrnard Hochn. antthrr Lincoln coiMly liy, is also dinni! well in the Falls City. I) Hoot, Dl Uoosevclt. Okla., stop off at Ins old home in Lincoln county, Monday, en loutu to Nurlh Laroluu. lor a short slay. Mr Knot was busy shaking hands" with his many friends. This is his first visit bask lo Kentucky for two years. that farmers' in Oklahoma arc expecting bountiful crops tins year. 'Ihev have had copious rains and the outlook for a Iuk vie bl is splendid. V Diamonds We have some exceptionally to snappy stones, Solid Gold. No plated or will tell at cost for a short mond Scarf Pins and Tie cluded in this sale. -4 -2 Solid Gold Rings An immense assortment in this reduc- Jewelry Everything in this line, Bracelets, Bar Pins, Brooches, Cuff Pins, Beauty Pins, Hat Pins, Chains, Pendants, Neck Chains, Rings, Studs 100 WATCHES to select from. -- Krt bright and set in filled rings time. DiaClasps in- tion and we wish to impress on your mind that all our rings are warranted Tiffany and Belhcer rings which we in our place of business. tied Fancy Summer Novelties Coin Purses, Vanity Bags, Mesh bags, Leather bags, Bead bags, Solid Silver and Gold Filled Card Cases BEADS in endless Varieties SILVERWARE Don't forget your Silverware at this Reduction Sale. June is here with its weddings. You can save enough on the first present to buy the next. s and Coin Holders, ALL AT BIG REDUCTION. AT COST Clocks, Clocks, Clocks at Your Own Price Electric One Year Clocks at $8, the Best Ever Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. KENTUCKIAN ESCAPES OPERATION BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY W Mr. Burnett Says Wonderful Treatment Saved His Life With Few Doses Horace llurnctt of Somerset, Ky., was a sufferer from Stomach disor- !it for a lone, tunc Ills condition be came luvhlv serious and lie le.ind an operation. lie took .Mars wonucriui sioniacn In a In cimilv and ijI 'Win ter telling liis iNpvriiuie lie wrote "Your trc.itimnt has cert.imlv help id me woniUrfull) I took lit) fifth doe last mum and it liroiiKlit uood results. 1 have one more dose to take will tie will. Your tonic think ind s wondcrtul. 1 can eat an) thine now I want to I can never aa tlirouRli ihat hanking tor vour medicine, for I know it savid mv life, for I have tried all the doctors .ind they said I would u-ul- t 1 1 )u have to lie operated on." Such letters come from all parts ot the couiitrj. This reined) is known ever) where for its lemarkatilc results M.i)r's Wondcrtul Stomach Kcmcdv clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and poisonous matter It brings swift relief to suffeiers from ailments if the stomach, liver and bovviU Manv declare it has saved thtm irom dangerous operations and man) are sure it has eavid their lives. I'ccaiise of the run ukuhtc ucce of this remedy there are many mutators. U Ite sure it's M o be cautious Go to I'innv's Drug Store and ask about the wondirful results it has been accomplishing in cases they know about or siml to Geo. II. Mavr. Mfg., Chemist, li-- t 156 Whiting St'. Chicago, III., for free Ik.W nil stoni.-ul- i ailimnt and man) grateful letters from pioplc who have been restored nv druggist can tell jou its wonderful results. k JC GEO. H. FARRiS, Stanford, Kentucky UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. V. D. and Porousknit tbvliijr We Have a New Sickle Grinder that will interest you fanners. see it Stop and farm drain tile. Also Come to "The Farmers a car of fresh lime just received. Supply House" for anything you want. A carload of sewer pipe and Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a Heiuis. It is line for replanting. work. & to. Till!)", Ohio, la the oulj e'mutltu-tlmiat rurt on tti markit It la taken Intirualljr lu troui 10 troia to a tiarMonful It acta tllrcill on tbe blMk anil nmnma aurracta of tbf a ad in They ITit out bnnilrfd ilollara for any ia It fall future, hun tor ctrculara and tialluiiailala Aildnaa, J. CIIKNF.V & CO., Toledo, Olito. Sold by Hru(glaa, 7.V. lUIl's I a lull j l'llla (or coDatlnatloo. Take itifcpa Spl'Midid tonight. program at the opera house W. H. Hig'gins SEE US for the latest things in Silk Hose Amarican Beauty, King Blue, Tan, White and Black. Also Bathing Suits and Silk Hats in all colors. Tke sriy place to get tkem PAINT LICK Mis, Foley, of Itarboiirville, mother of Mrs. W F Parks, is with the family while Mrs. Parks is in a Richmond hospital Mis t'lizabeth Elridge is at home troui l.exiiigtou College. Miss ittulali Cotton, graduate of the Hi hiuond High School, is at home for 'he summer 'obtrt Mav, who has been visiting his father and mother, has returned to Washington Mist leaiutte Milrtdge has been so- - ll.il.kl rllA. 1)hnniallari. Kara Mua. S MMQ Im. K.lir. Jla our uuurr back II It (alia to all r fiat Dalnt. aclia In krLb.. llaUaDbody any MM ot Iba I any r I t. AT L. L. SANDERS, 'rsfilf Jfa."l Haaal aa nuaaaa. DrunUt yraa aaatpla a4 alnalaf .S4ltMlMlU W HUWII EallBT coaraasi. IMmf. My Crab Orchard. feeling, loss of A bilious, half-sicto If. uli the ttiird and fourth grades m our consolidated school. She! tucrgy, and constipated bowels can takes the place of .Miss Lena linder. with surprising promptness b) Kincuiil, the silo agent of using HUKlllNK. The first dose brings W Stanford, has placid a wooden silo on liuprovrinint, a few doses puts the our town siju.ire as a sample. We think svstc.n in fine, vigorous condition. up a goodly num- 1 rice 50c Sold by Shugars' Drug our farmers will put of silos in the mar future. ber Store, Stanford. Ky., and L)ne I5ro., Treadwav, Denny and Co. have sold Crab Orchard, Kv, a good many binders and a few mowers mr the wheal and hay harvest. COMMISSIONER'S SALE The White's Station Ik)s plaved our home team last week and he score J. S. Manic), Gdn. I'lff. stood 8 to 7 in favor of White's StaNotice of Sale tion. The luis have movul the lall Robert II. Stdiilc), Deft. grounds down in the mcw addition ot Pursuant to a judgment rendered at known as "l'rogtown. the above stUcd court anil acuoii at I'amt I.iek, The tobacco crop is about all sit out the Ma) term, the undersigniu and plants are so plentiful that they will commissioner will on be choppid up and the space planted in Monday, July 13, 1914 inn o- - ollur crops. good wheat and in front of the court house door in The propcits for a com crop an good. The farmers at btauford, Ky., offer for sale at public this time havt nothing to grumble outcrv to the highest and best Intldir on a crtdit of si months, a tract of about, for a worth r. s thirty and acres of laud, on Hie watirs ol Ui Kiver m Lincoln count;, K , bounded on the north and STOMACH TROUBLES west li) the lands of Mrs. Annie Carpenter, on the cast by tne count) road. on tin-- soutli by tlie Isaac rotter laud and the laud ot W, I.. McCarty, In mg part ol John 1' ImmxIi s land. Mr. RagUitd Writes laterestiag The purchaser will be rciiurcd to execute bond, with good security, for purchase price p.i)able lo commissioner Letter oh This Subject. bearing 6 per cent interest from tla- of sale until panl, having tuc force ami ctket of a judgment and ucurcd b lien on the land. 50.31. M. C L. C C D I'KNN'IM.TO.V, Madison Heights, Va. Air. Chas. A. H.igland, ot this place, wriles: "I have COMMISSIONER'S SALE been taking Thcdlord's In obidicncc to a judgment of tin 'or indigestion, and other stomach troub-'Lincoln Circuit riudereJ at the also colds, and find it to be the ver term 1914 on the cross petition medicine I hive ever used. rest of I' list ilaldi against C M bipp' Alter taking for a few & ete, the inideiaie.ned Commissioner will on lavs, I always feci like a new man." Monday, July 13, 1914 Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain in front of the court liouse door it n pit of stomach, and a feeling of Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public alter eating, are sure symptoms ol outcrv to the highest and bet bidder. trouble, and should be given the on a credit of six mot tin. a tra t t ' tomacli 'roper treatment, as your strength and about 20 acres of land on Green river in rjltli depend very largely upon ycur on Lincoln count). Kin nek), hounded the north, south and east by laud i ood and ils digestion. sold to Robinson by Sipple and on the To get quick and permanent rcllel west by laud of Ike Terry The object of the sate is to satisf) from these ailments, you should take the debt of Klise Habit against C M 4 medicine oi known curative merit. in rest Sipple for with 0 per Its 75 years of splendid success, in the from Feb. ?5J41913 and the cent JO, costs. treatment oi just such troubles, proves The purchaser will be rituircil to give bond for talc price with good se the real merit oi Thedford's curiiv, pa) able to the commissioner, Safe, pleasant, gentle in action, and without bad it U sure hr.irinrj 6 per cent, interest from date having the force and effict of a jutlg. to benefit both young and old. For sate 50-- 3 mint and secured bv Inn tvery where. Price 25c. F D. FNNIN.iTON. M C I. C C In-le- d 1 r 191-4- , I eight-tenthH'ack-Draught $, K1I1-rttaBlade-Draught full-K'- ss Black-Draught. alter-effec- tf, W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. Linseed' Meal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattl?, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, , oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD, & CO. KENTUCKY WF. are now hardling the well known Masons' Meeting Dtering Farm Implements. We have Lnirola Ixxlc Ma, 0 f, m A. il., mu la an) thing from repairs to a mowing atati J luiuiuuuiciiiion vu rath iirat nd third machine to a threshing niaciilne com Mil Uar nlshti vl rath month at 7 o'clock la pine. Also binder twine. Call on us t'ifir nail on Ualu atiwt, Stan fort. Kjr. Him-It-ol lMr lol.--a fralrrcall; loiitad to b before )ou bin C. II. Carter and Sou. 44-present J VV. lliKt.ANU. rWr. tf tt J. L. Betzley & Co., aMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMaaaaaaaaaaaaaataMMMMMMMMB J. C. M'CIary a . ssRBBaBatafc- - A "t Am tVsJvmmmVIlv UNDERTAKER jaflVataV taHLlaaaBP Furnrtwrt turi AND EMIALMER Dealers is MattiM, Ruts. Fhrnf UNDERTAKER AMD EMRALMEf PHmw 1 Exc-haW.- fsr Ot aM Kin nets. ttsck. STANFORR. KY Office Pfctas 1(7. STANFORI. Hsu X. PHONE 42 KENTUCKY. -- - ' MiW .. JS ;fa TUB IKTIMOI JOWMAt tTArOI, Ml tVMNr, JWIII 2S, tfflC i JL This store's policy to show, at the beginning of the season, all that is new and desirable, in large variety, very often results in our having Too Many Goods at the end of the season. Fore-seeinthat this will be true this summer we begin right in the midst of the season to g offer you most desirable merchandise at low prices heretofore not attempted by this store or any other in Central Kentucky. We are willing for our reputation to stand or fall by the truthfulness of the statements made in this circular. Whether you buy much or little you can't afford to miss this opportunity to increase the purchasing power of your money. Waists Are back in style again stronger than ever. Lot No. 1, 111 Skirts Have been exceptionally good. Lot No 1, are wool serge, black and fancies worth 93.50 to 1500. Sale price Lot 2, In this lote all our finest black fancy and plaid shirts that are worth 16.50 to $9.00. $ O Sale Price includes white and fancy $1 waists worth up to sale price OwC f"''" p. 7e 0 76 We believe this is by far the strongest bid we have ever made for your patronage and we want all of our regular customers and as many new ones as can to take advantage of our offering. Dresses That will fit, at cut prices. Our customers can tell you of the quality of our dresses, listen while we tell you the price. For dresses that aie neat and well enough made to wear at home 1, 500 yards fast colored lawn at 3 50 50 10c and 15c l-- 2c buckeye hats at C C 20c and 25c fancv buckeye 1 Lot No. 2, includes crepe and voile waists that arc worth 91 to $1.50 Sale price OwC Lot 3. Is one of the bright spots in this sale for you, crepes, voiles, colored chiffons and silk waists worth up to 15 sale Remnant Counter As usual will be loaded with short lengths of the season's best sellers, Ginghams, calicoes, laces Ribbons, skirtings and etc. price $l.90 Shoe Bargains la the face of a continued advance in of ahoea this opportunity to pick up a pair Suits Don'a miss getting a suit for now or future needs at this attractive round price. All our best suits ia black and the new spring colors that were reasonable priced at $15.00 to $35.00. Stop look buy the one yon like best for only or two at a trifle Lot 1, their real valua should appeal to you. are odds and ends of good dependable shoes taken from our stock and include mens', womens' and and the price is only chil-dre- ns .... 0OC $9.75 At one of our former sales our 93c shoe bargains created quite a stir. There are equal if not better. Lot 2; odds and ends of our highest Top Coats The frequent need of a light wrap make this one of our main lines, we lf will make a sweeping cut of off the price Black fancies. oue-ha- grade shoes. Put on the table only on acocunt of being a small lot sale. Pe v- $1.48 Suit Flyer 10c wide laces 25c and White or oak curtain poles the 10 cent kind QC fi OC 1 1 Mens' 25c fancy socks, only S doscn in the lot, per pair X"C We have selected twenty ladies' suits from our stock that are worth $10, $15. They are good sensible styles and you can take the one you like f Of best at At the very low prices on many of these articles we could hardly buy enough for all who will want them, namely, dresses, suits, skirts, and waists etc. Take a tip from us, come early. We must turn this surplus stock into CASH and our experience is be blind as to value and cut prices to the hollow. This sale will last fifteen days, Saturday June 27th to July 15th. If you can't come early come late, there will be many attractive bargains during the entire sale. During this sale we will open our doors at 8 a. m., and close at 5:30 p. m. This is done to give our help a rest from the rush and grind that always attends our sales. Many articles on sale not mentioned here for lack of space. It is not our custom to make boastful statements about our stock reducing sales but it would be difficult to emphasize too strongly the importance of this sale to you. No doubt you can find just what you are looking for in a black, white or tan shoe, on our bargain counter. hsts for girls 200 IOC yards plain and Persian ribbons for Lot No the new girdles IMC or on the street worth St, $1.25. Sale P'ice 89C Lot 2, are dresses made of serge crepe, voile, big variety, worth $4.50 to $7.50, sale price Children's Dresses Made well of good material, Any $1 dress at Any 50c dress at Can you afford to miss 5o&5 Cl CC jw DC Tg Lot 3, Fine voile and crepe dresses worth $&50 to $8.50. $4V.OO Sale price thi.Of Lot No 4, Any silk or crepe de chime dress regardless of C O former price at $Q I Wash Goods You need right now at cut prices. 46 and 36 coarse woven linen suiting and skirting, all the new colors. Many Staples and Small Articles YOU WILL 44c 30 inch ratine in all the spring colors, NEED RIGHT NOW tape for skirts coats and 2sc to drs cut from Ladies' summer vests neck and arms 14c yd 15C 10c 1-- C OC 27 inch fancy crepes most of them just Ladies' 50c summer union suits Childrens' summer union suits come in cut from ,25c to 27 1(C inch fast color dress gingham School umbrellas I & White sheer cross barred school handkerchiefs. Only five to L V00 gC IOC OflC and 12c kind at 10 7c 2 custom?. 30c dress at ccn &&C 1 " DONT FORGET THE OPENING DATE yards 40 inch brown sheetingQ 25c Suede shoe polish I! tczs . I I I 9 and work shirts Mens' elastic seam draweds Mens' knit undershirts and ...jjC JC i" We own it may jar you when we say those $20, $25 and $35 suits at $9.75. But use the pudding proof test if you wish. Come, see and chew the bag. Leatheroid suit cases 10 yards 36 inch soft bleach ...7C grounds Ladies' matting bags 4C 7Cm Pretty sheer lawns with figures white diarcrs 50 pair mens' and boys and 20c suspenders 15c XVC . Don't Forget the .i' 1; 50 Suits Children's Rompers 19c C I II II to dozen mens black or mixed socks Opening Date. JUNE 27th June 27, to Wednesday July 15. $1.25 and $1 carpet sample rugs JjC fringed OL Jap Crcx rug $1 9x12 and $2 odds and ends in $5 5OC CORSETS Linen and Pique skirts AtLg tOC During Sale Store Opens at 8 A. M., Closes at 5:30 P. M. ' II II H HI II SEVERANCE ft SON t Hr LaV LaaaaaT Southeast Corner Main I And Depot Streets. aaaV STANFORD, KY. ' ' '" ' $jVSHVHKuBaaaaaaaal i aam saaaWr Baaattttai aaaaaaaaaBaaftsVi ft tflV' i