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SI kia vhh - 7 JL A MM I i- -i iw M ii m bW I I y1 I DEAD HUM W ft' MTABLI8HED IMe-S-Mh STANVOID, LINCOLN C01MTY, KENTUCKY, TURNER8VILLE d MI DAT, JUNE Journal 30, 1914. ' Tbia Is ua T "J Wafci MM Bia Ofl UM MMl Xchw Yew Sueecrietlea PreatfeJ?. TUESDAYS ENJOYABLE Time rfM, Ma WkM Trtf ttm AND FKIBAYf S. S. PICNIC 'dIOUTM STOPS DISTILLERIES DESTROYED BY LIGHTNING FARMER LOCAL BOY WINS HIGH HONOR WaHer Jobci Win Trip to New York Offered By Amtrlcaa Tobacco Co. SMOTHERED TO DEATH PAID OFF 2,000 DEBT i Several ia This Dlttrlct Forced U CIom Sagar Grove SchoolhottM Again Bute-eDown Hail Damages Cora For Lack of Water Btajsnia F, Good Patsea Away After A Loag aad TJtefal Life e, FrjriBf Site Chlckeas Meet Uatimely IMoreliad Christian Church Dedicated Fate at A, W. Catpeattr'a with Impreisire Ceremonies Crib Orchard Yoang Folks Have a Big East End News ed to close on account of the short supply of water. In the second division of Collector Hughes' district many distilleries have shut up for the summer, while in the Third Division, over which Deputy C',l!rr,,,r Rowan Saufley presides, only four out of 15 remain in operation and two of these will suspend by July 1st, unless the weather becomes cooler and rams fall. Deputy Collector Saufley left today for McCreary .county, where he will suspend two due to lrtiK'" "f wa,rr amI the intense heat, which causes premature fermentation and results in ttou-bl- c for distillery proprietors. Up In the Eleventh District Wicks Dillioii, of London, was here u'...t.,....i iu null lii iinclr. losciih Cof- Icy and family at the Wanda Hold Mr, Dillioii, who is a prominent republican of the Eleventh district, stated that Joe Uosworth is certain to de. feat Caleb Powers for the republican nomination for congress in that district, lie sas that liosmirlh will sweep Laurel county, and Whitley and is going to run a very close race in the lattcr's home county of Knox. Mr. Dillioii has icccntly traveled over a number of the mountain counties, and sa)s that he finds the sentiment among the rcpub. Iicjii voters overwhelmingly for ot the democratic Speaking senatorial race, Mr. Dillioii said that the mountain democrats arc almost solid for Beckham and that he will Kit three or four votes to one for cither of his opponents. h. Ilenjamin Franklin Goodc, aged 8J For the second time in two years, the Airs. Adam Carpenter, this That the drouth it affecting business Walter I Jones, of Stanford, who has been on the road for the American To- Mnreland, is disconsolate over in many sections of the state at well Sugar Grove school bouse, south east years, died at his Irjme near Turners-villearly Thursday morning after a bacco Co., for the past few years, re- of At fine frying size chickens by the large number of Stanford, was struck by lightning as crops is shown of distilleries that have been compell- and destroyed by file Thursday even, long Illness ot cancer. Mr. Goodc was ceived notice this week that he had or two ago and well she has a mg. A light rain visited Stanford and immediate vicinity late tiiat afternoon and cooled the atmosphere considerably, Something in the nature of a small sired c clone visited the county farther to the east, however, and the schoolhnusc was struck by lightning and soon reduced to ashes. A considerable amount of bail lell for a short time, greatly damaging the corn on the farm of W A. Trihhlc in thct Walnut Flat Motion, and which is being grown by Mr Tribblr and Rarn'y Wade A silo on the farm of It. E Gaines, in the same 'ection was blown down as were a number of trees in his yard, in that nf II, D Hnltzclaw and others in that section The storm was of verv short duration, and the rain did little good anv where as the precipitation was very sltuht. Wednesday and Thursday were two of the hottest days of the summer, several thermometers in town registering as high as 105 in the shade, Friday started nut almost equally as hot, and the torrid spell dr-- ; not scan to be otei NOVEL MOTION the sou of the late Lorenzo Goodc, who won a signal distinction was one of Lincoln's best known farm crs for vcars. His wife, who was Miss Sallic Ilockcr, passed away about four )cars ago. To this union was born three children. Mrs. W. P Ilradshaw, of Ttirnersvillc, Mrs. William Ward, of Lexington anil Wilbur R Goodc tF.'RRBBBBBL who dropped dead in Winchester, last "ii BBBBBBBBK February Mr Goodc will be greal) missed in the Ttirnersvillc section as well as in a number of other places he was ready to do all the good that he could and was a devout Clirls being a member of the Christian tian. church of Turncrsville. BBlllllV BBV'' The funeral services were held this morning at ten o'clock at the Christian A church of Turncrsville bv Rev. D. M aaBBlllllH sMV Wilker. of this citv. The interment occurred in the Buffalo cemetery about glBBBBk BBBBBBBBBBJ near-fami- sHf'M BBBBBBHBlBBBVstoLf BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB side oi the loss a niglu right to prevailing in this and honor be with a Mrs. Carpenter luscious commodity. usually secured Iter fryers at night from depredations of rats and ntliei three or four coops. She had 45 by fatmini them tightly it. ercd beauties in all. and thev were lust about ripe On Wednesday night Mrs. RBBBBB Carpenter fastened up her coops as usBBBBl ual, thinking the chicks were all safe ly inside. Thursday morning she opened the coops anil was surprised to sec only three rhLkein tiiicrs.e. An investigation showed 42 dead in one Oop. All 4a had huddled together in aRLBBllS one coop the night previous, instead of scattering as usual, and the result was 42 of them hail smothered to death. feath-varruin- ts aH A miltc (llli'lK I. !. ..i. PICTURE Showing Life of a Girl in New York, To Be Shown Here Foi the last six months there has ork a hem in preparation in New scries of motion picture pla)s, educational descriptive and dramatic wliim will be leasid and shown hue at tin opira house throuihuut the entire year I cunning 'lucsd.iy night, June oOth. Ihese pictures aie viry different Irom anytliiui, heretofore attempted in motion picture plays. 'Hie idea is based Uhii the generally admitted interest in every city and town of the United Mates, in the daily life, the celebrated sights and personages ot New York, the second citv ot the wotld and in many respects the greatest. And the met lod ot iMirtrav til; all tins uihxi tlie mo'ion picture screen so that it may lie citiight by the spectator at a glance, and understood as quickly by persons of even moderate education lies in depict ing the life of a young girl who comes from a small interior town to visit city relatives and is launched by them into the whirl and fascination ot New York S4MII F We arc having sou c warm, dry weather now ami wheat harvesting is tlie order of the day. The crop is liner than known to be in years. Master Willie Masscv came up from Harrodshurg to sic icfatives Sunday Mrs Lewis Nave and children, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas Nave Sunday. .Mrs. Adams was visiting Iter daughter. Mrs Tjler Mrsscr. Mr. and Mis. Chas Uemler visited relatives near Morelaud Sunday. Mr Grovcr letter, little daughter, and sister, Miss Carrie Sprinkles, of Stanford, were visiting relatives here this week. Mr and Mrs. Pence Mcsscr visited relitivcs at llowen Sunday. was the Miss l.lirabelh Bracke-l-t guest of Miss Minnie Crabtree Sumlay Mr and Mrs. lames D.uiKhcrty and little daiiKhter, of Danville, were visiting relatives at How en. Several from here attended the dedication of the new- Christian church at Morelaud Sunday and report a nice 1 - SHELBY CITY IV and Mrs Jno Bracfcclt were relatives at Junction City Sunday. Misses Luna and Jalie llrown and thel Wright were the guests of Miss Laura dilliland Sundav afternoon. Little Maggie Bracket! is spending several nays nun retainer ai eiuueiis 1 Cr-.e- k vis-itin- g ' Mr Ollie Htichanan is spending some time with his sister, Mrs, Warren, of IturKin. Mr. Chas. Vaught was the guest ot Misses I'dna and Laura Gilhland Mi's Ola Hammer, of Junction City, was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Ilrackett Sunday night. Leigh and little daughter, Miss of McKinney, were visiting Mrs. Amanda dilliland, Evryhody far and near are attending the meeting at Junction City and much good is bung manifested. Miss Maggie Clarkson was in Stanford Friday, and Saturday taking teacher's examination. Miss Sallic llelle Caddis is (pending several h) with friends at Libert). Oh, I'reachcrsville, wake up we would lie glad to hear from ou again (oon, alo miiiic of the other I. J. cor- Don't Lose Sleep Coughing at Night respondents Take Foley's Honey and Tar It glides down your throat and Wheat is telling at 75 cents in wescoating spreads a healing, soothing tern Kentucky and from 80 to 85 cents over the inflamed tickling surface, in this section. that's immediate relief. It loosens up the tightness in your chest, stops stuf. COMMISSIONER'S SALE fy wheezy breathing, eases distress-inracking, tearing coughs. Children Maggie . Cover, etc, Plaintiffs love it. Kefuse any substitutes, Con-n- o Lincoln Circuit Court vs opiates. For sale by alt druggists She: Icy I). Cover, Defendant. In obediiucc to a judgment rendered DUNCAN b the Lincoln Circuit Gmrt at its Ma) The crops arc looking fine all alnjui the undersigned Commis- this place. There isn't much tobacco term. sioner, will on being raised So much the better on the Monday, July 13, 1914 faimeis as they will have a fair dunce (county court day) expose for sale, at to raise a good com croji, which evpublic outcry, in frcnt of Hie court erybody needs so badly. house door in Stanford, Ky., to the We see where farmers arc grumbling lushest and best bidder, the following about the honey crops this vcar, but it I. C. Smith is able to make a better land in Lincoln county, Ky., Lot I. -- A house and lot in Crab Orthan some ol them. He has had side of Lan- nineteen swarms anil saved all except chard, Ky.. on the east caster streit and Uiundcd as follows. two. anil he has a splendid prospect for Beginning at the N W. corner of the honey better th in usual. Buck Sore as it formerly stood, thence The hawks have been playing havoc S HI K - poles 0 feit .1 2 inches to a with the young fryers in ijiis neighlKir-Iiimm- I, stake pasting the S. W corner of said but we hone to have enough left More .1 feet thence a parallel hue to as not to forget how they taste. 80 h said building 3 feet from same N Come to Duncan the fourth of July, 5 iiolei. 15 links to a stake, thence N Hi all those who want to have a nice time ( stake Mr, I" P. Clapool will see to your en3 inches to a W 2 oles feet If Duncan is a small place in lltiiry Singleton's line thuice with joyment. the north line of said there are very few people but what said iilic. and store as it furmerly stood S 80 l!in.k' a g'"l time after imIIiiij; in the W 5 jHiles 15 links to the beginning neighborhood Same land coivc)cd to Curtis Cover by 1 he K. of IN of this place are makJ L. Steeiihiiuse ing rapiil progress in their lody work lot of land in the town of ami they certainly ought to make fine Lot 2 Crab Orchard on Lancaster street and gentlemen of Di'iicanN nice voting lioys, adjoiring the above tract bounded as Misses Frankie and Anna Smith spent follows On the north by an alley, on last week with their father, W A. alley, on the south bj Smith, of King's Mountain. the east by an the lot of John Buchanan heirs, and lot Mr, Milford Hoguc wen to Mr F. No. 1, above described and west by P. Clav pool's dace last Fridav with street, same conveyed to Cur- his collar sweated down and tho sweat Lancaster tis Cover by Clara W Singleton, etc dripping off him, and he drank four Sale made on a credit of six months bottles of pop ami left, with icicles purchaser required to execute bond with froze on him. approved personal security and lien Messrs Thomas Head and Virgil on land sold to secure payment Tlinmiison left for Cincinnati Sundav shall bear and this dace seems very cheerless to of said bond, which bond interest at 6 per cent from date until two certain young ladies. Messrs Homer and Waller Sim were 3 '''Tunc 24. 1911. the guests of their uncle Mr. II. G. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. 0. C. Vest Monday ami Tuesday Mead and Fthel Thomtison spent a CouRhs and Colds Weaken the Srstem few- days in Middlejntrg this vveekc MissLjda Toadyine has returned afHron. Continued Coughs. Colds and chial troubles arc depressing and weak, ter visiting her sister in Robertson en the s)stem Loss of weight and ap- county petite generally follow Get a 50c botAt Bremen. Gt . W M Golden, nf tle of Dr King's New Discovery today. It will stop your cough. The first dose the Fquitalde life Insurance Society, helps. The best medicine for Stub-lior- n savs he found Foley Kidney Pills to be Coughs. Odds and all Throat and the best remedv for kidney and bladder troubles, also for rheumatism. He Lung Troifldes. M. O. II. nrown. having kidney person Ala., writes; "My wife was sick says. "Anv 1 backache, rheumatism trouble, or during the hot summer months ami honestly believe Dr. Kiwr.s New Dis- should be very giid to find such a covery saved her life." Good for clnl- -, wonderful remedy. For sale byall drcn. 50c. and $1.00, at your Druggist. 1 mter-estinCom-iiouti- d. g, t. -tt 51-Mils-catin- c. Without wasting too much of the spectator's tunc in details of her earlier home life, varying in no rcsjtect from that ot thousands of other American girls, this fortunate young woman is shown arriving m New York uhii her first visit, in the home ohcr wetaoili first visit, in the home of her wealth) aunt, where a certain amount of training for her society life is first necessary. First of all her costume demands attention and there arc visits at the parlors of a famous modiste and equally famous, department stores. Once launched in New Y'ork society, the girl naturally meets a large number of famous people, world celebrates, and the camera has faithtutl) recorded each of these meetings. Private houses, lam. ous hoteds an jiubltc huildiuss, famous steamships, and uc luxe trams, suburban country places which have heeu described by the press all over the country, society functions at famous city homes, at Madison Square Garden and the Metropolitan Opera House Altogether this is one of the most i; pictures ever made and is a liberal education to the man) people who can never sec these sights ia New ork. Of course there is a romance'to the store but you will learn alxnit that later. It is enough to say that these pictures will be run lor several months, once a wce-- on Tuesday night and vou should sec the first of it to jjet the connection of the story. From time to time a synopsis of each reel will be given through these cohmi'is. llf. among the salesmen in Kentucky for this great concern. He was notified by ihc district superintendent at Lexington, that he had won first honors among the salesmen of the state for selling the greatest amount of goods during the past . The company had offered a free trip to New York with all expen. ses paiil to the salesman who should make the best record in Kentucky during the year and Mr Jones was notified that he is the winner. He will soon leave to take the trip he has won, as the company's guest and expects to have a delightful outing. The American Tobacco Company has a large force of salesmen traveling over Kentucky, and Mr. Jones is being warmly conSterling gratulated by his host of friends at home, and elsewhere upon having won Robert Prcwitt, who was cut so bad- such a handsome honor. Walter Jones ly by the sickbr of a binder in Mercer is a hustler all the time, and is one of county Mnud.iv, died in the hospital at the most pou!ar young business men Hariodsbtirg. eighlors raised a purse ever sent out by old Lincoln county. for his burial "extMiisi-s- . He leaves a widow and ten children in destitute cirSt. John's Day Servire by Masons cumstances. goodly number of Masons turned out for St John's Day services which GREEN BRIAR were held at the Presbyterian church All the farmers are busy cutting their here Wednesday morning. Rev. Dr. M. wheat. I). Karly. of the Baptist church, preach.Misses Josie and Manila Mtiucie at ed a splendid Masonic sermon and buuday al- special music by a choir composed of tended cliure.li at liustins ter irrjii. Mrs. J. G Carpenter. Miss Klizabeth .Misses Cora Bunch and sister Lizzie Higgius, Miss Catherine Gregory. Mrs. were calling on .Miss Saura Muiisic Jesse Walter, and Wallace Singleton and sisier Sunday. ami Ke- U .M. Walker was enjoyed by We Had a line sermon Sunday b) our all. woman preacher. 1 will be meeting the third Sun Madison Gets $3,682 from Uncle Sam day in July, hvcrytxhly must come. Madison county last week received lucre was a large crowd here Sunday. a check for $.l)82. from the federal very ill at this government. Many Miss Kuth Muiisic is years ago, when writing. We hope she will be bettci the Richmond and Stanford railroad soon. Mr. and .Mrs. bd .Nolan are re- was built, Madison county took stock over a fine baby girl. joicing am! paid an income tax on dividends, air. . 11. Goocli, ot Anna, was vis which was afterward declared bv the iting A. L. Muiisic Monday. to be illegal. When Tevis Cobb Mr Henry l.eacu visited his brother. cotnt county attorney he undertook to was Joint Leach Sunday. collcft the money thus illegally paid out .Mr Ah in buns returned home on liv Cal.Madison county. As Ilmrsdav Irom Tennessee, and will houn was in Washington.Lapt. C C emMr. Cobb spend a few days with homefolks. ployed him to assist in the case'. It is Mr. Tom Haggard and family auu through Mi, Cobb's jicrsistent efforts Miss Sarah Burton attended church that the debt was a lew davs ago paid. buiiday afternoon. (.launch visited airs, .Mrs. .Mar) Here's Who's a Chauffeur riieo Bastin Sunday. Any employe or servant, part of Mr lvd Leach and wife visited his father, John Leach and wife Saturday whose duty it is under his employment to operate a motor vehicle, is a chaufnight. Mr. Bud Sims and family were call feur ivitliin the meaninp of the act of I'U and must stand a State examinaing at A. Muusic's Sunday afternoon. .Miss Dome buns spent buuday with tion for a chauffeur's license, said At. torncy General Garnctt in an opinion Mrs. Oscar Claunch. a Mr. Mel viu Caldwell and wife visit this week as to what constitutes ed A. C. Muusie and family Friday chauffeur. night and Saturday. Rev. J R. Miller, a noted evangelist We were glad to hear irom the Al- will begin a series of sermons at the bia corresjHiiident. Miss ora Sims and Mrs. l.oyd buns Crab Orchard Christian church. Serwere visiting Mrs. Lafe Leae'h Sunday vices at 7 45. All invited. uternoon. Mr. A. C. Muiisic is about done lay Bladder irritations, kidney troubles, ing by corn, livery farmer is busy in dull headaches, weariness, pain in back his corn rcop. and sides, all show the kidneys need Mr. John Waddle has a very sirk to be toned up, strengthened. their regboy. ular action restored. Foley Kjtlney Mr. John Ilortou is tending Mr. Jno. Pills will do it surely and' quickly. Leach's farm this year. They give good health, freedom from Mr. Ruby Ilortou passed through pain, a return of appetite and sound here this week. sleep. Try them, For sale by all drugMr. Anile Gooeh is. m thr stork gists. business this week. MT. SALEM WAYNESBURG Mrs. W. C. Lee--, of Greenwood. Miss., Mr. Thomas Reed died Saturday af was the week. end visitor of her "sister. ternoon after an illness of three days, Mis. Mattie Vest. aged 18 years. He is survived by his Mrs. Kliza Green, of McKinney, was mother, three brothers and three sisters. the guest of her daughter. Tile burial took place in the Waynes, Mr, Bob Dedman and family of Somburg cemetery Sunday at 2 P. M. erset, visited this place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sweeney and Mrs. Howard Garner, of Lawrence- little ilauuhtcr. Gei.eva spent Sunday liurg. visited Mr. John McKinney and with Mr. ami Mrs. Urban Singleton. family here. Mr Mat McWhortcr, of Middlebiug, Miss Lthcl Burton was the guest of an Singleton. Miss Mattie Burton last Friday. is the guet of Marion Caldwell, of Somerset, is vis. Miss Frankie smith, of Duncan, has itmg his patents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. been the recent guest of her cousins, Caldwell this week. near the Casey line, Misses Pearl and Mr Baruett Singleton and Miss Mvrlle I uisley Mrs H. 11 Flovil and Mrs. W. C. (lad) Singleton are visiting their bro thrr, Mr, Durward Singleton in Dan- Lee, were m Hustouvillc Sunday afville. ternoon Miss Same C.ooch and little nephew, Mr M. S. Burton and family visited Orval Gooch went to Lexiimtou Sun- Mr F B I ear at Arabia Monday dav to see her brother, John Gooch. Misses Mariti and Thelina Adams atMr. John Burleson is visiting his tended church at Arabia Sunday cousin, Walter Record in Lexington, Meisrs Roy Singleton and Warren Mr C. S. Montgoirtry and daughter. Millard went to l.exingtoi Sunday, Misses Dora and F.imna were the Mr Oliver Singleton visited his cou- guests of Mr Charley Montgomery and sins, Mr and Mrs. Durward Singleton family at Iliutonville. at Danville Sunday Miss Sarah Walls, of New Salem, .Mr. II. bingleton is in Uncitiuati visited Mrs. Mattie Vest and sister last this week. Tuesday night. Mr an Singleton. Mr. and Mrs, Miss Sara Grider is in McKinney Arnold Singleton and Mrs; Betsy A. this week. Singleton went to Cincinnati Sunday. Mr James Camden ami family visitMessrs. II 11 Caldwell ujid Kverett ed Mrs Camden's parents here Saturday and Sunday Reynolds are on the sick list. Miss I'sta Johnson is also ill Mr and Mrs. Sam Damcrou. were the chilMr, and Mrs J. II. Acton ami guests of Mr. Robert Damcrou and spent Sunday with W. G. Acton vvife Sunday. dren Highland. Miis Laura Grider visited Mrs, Mat-ti- e at Mrs, A. II. Morgan lias been ill, but Vest Sunday week. is better at this writing Mr, George Higgius. of Somerset, is Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles visiting Mr Marion Caldwell. "I could scratcti mvself to pieces" is Mr Will Warriner went to Cincin- ofi-- u heard from suffers of F.czenma, nati Sunday to wark Tetters. Itch and similar Skin Eruptions, Don't Scratch Stop the Itching Always Lead to Better Health at once with Dr. Hobson'j Fczenma Scions sicknesses start in disorders Oiiitnientr Its first application starts nf the stomach, liver and kidneys. The healing; the Red, Rough, Scaly Itchbet corrective and preventive is Dr. ing Skin is soothed by the Healing and t, Kine s New Life Pills. Tliey. Purify the Cooling Medicines 'Mrs C A It jood Prevent Constipation. keep Roek Island, III., after using Dr Liver, Kidntvs and Bowels in healthy Hobson' Eczema Ointment wriie. conditions. Give )ou better health by "This is the first tioir is '" f.r I rYtdmg the system of fermenting and have hctn free fiori the dwell1' n gassy foods Effective and mild. 25., at nunt." Guaranteed. SQt at yewr your druggist. fivc-gaitethrcc-gaitehe-r. Cohen Makes a Good Start Mat Cohen has returned from Day ton, O., where he was a strong com- puiioi an nurse snow Honors in tlie recent show in that citv. When it is taken into consideration that be onlv took four horses with him he had remarkable success returning with ten firsts, tw'o seconds and two thirds. Two f h"s biggest winners were Mary Van-de- ll Fox and Gossip, each of them being awarded championships, while Clara Ibdl, which is owned by Billy Burton, of Lancaster, and Kthcl Mac were also Mary Yandcll Fox, prize winners. champion in the d class, and d class, stp. winner in the were the sensations of the show and Mr Cohen claims that the only "horse that could ever have touched Gossip in his class was Poetry of Motion, the famous horse which belonged to Lawrence Jones The Cohen horses will he shipped to Lexington from Davton and will not show again until July 21, at Mt. Judge Alcorn's Condition News from the bedside of Judge J. W. Alcorn Friday morning is that he is rcitmg fairly well, though showing little improvement. He has been gradually growing worse for several days and his friends fear that the end cannot be tar oft. Merchants to Meet at Frankfort Central Kentucky Retail Merchants' Association will hold its annual convention Tuesday, July 14, in Frankfort. It is composed ot retail merchants in the smaller cities of Central Kentucky. Towns and cities in forly counties arc represented. The president oi the association is James L. Iscnbcrg, of Harrodshurg, W. G Simpson, of Frankfort, is vice president, P. L. of Harrodshurg, secretary, and P. Lancaster, of crsailles, treasurer Composing the Executive Committee arc J. C Helbtirn, of Eminence, H. M. Grundy, of Springfield, Ben Durham, Danville, J. B. Hohnan, Lawrenccburg, h. II. Davis. Harrodshurg, William Severance, Stanford, A. II. Harbison, Shelby ville; John Davis. Paris. S. W. Lansbcrg, Versailles, W. P. Meyers, Lebanon. Morris Harkins. Somerset: John A Herring. Georgetown, D. P. IJavis. Frankfort; A. l.illenficld, Ow- Cyntluana, eiilon, John K. fsorthcutt, Joseph II. Ilnwe, Caroltou, A. Joseph, Lancaster, and W. R. Powell, the God-dar- d, Nicho-lasvill- c. KING'S MOUNTAIN Rev. Blain, of Hustonville, filled his regular appointment at the M. E. church Sunday night. He preached an imcrcsiiug sermon, iius is ins last, much to the regret of the people. Russell Thompson and Sheldon Mark scnt Sunday at Woodstock with Cecil Isaacs. Miss Lela Gooch. of Wavncsburg. were Luther Russell of Middleburg. pleasant callers at this place Sunday. .Mis-.eMaud llrowu, Ulizabeth Uyc left for Independence. V. Virginia on Sunday, where they will spend a few weeks with relatives. Mrs. Mary Alice Rigney and daughter Delia, of Cincinnati. O.. have returned . i to make their home here. Daily Dunnawav, of Bcattyvillc, is with his brother T. F. Dunnaway. arney. agent ot agriculture. Is. I.. of the Southern railroad, was here last week and secured some of M. II. Smith alfalfa. Miss Sarah Curtis, of Hustonville, is visiting her niece, Mrs. J. B. Smith. .Mrs. Kose Haves, of Cincinnati, U.. is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. F. Lane. Lcona r rands, or Elm Woodplace, O., returned home Sunday after spend ing a few weeks with relatives and friends. Mrs. Oda Privett returned home to Indianapolis. Ind.. after spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. C. Love. lace. Little Bertha Walls is on the sick- list. Mr. A. B. Martin and family visit ed relatives at New Salem. Mr. W. H. Leach and wife, Mrs. Claud Huthcinson Miss Ella Wright are spending a few days in Cincinnati, O. There will be a Children's Day at the M Ii. church, July 5th. Ev erybody invited to attend. Dunn, of Utirgin. is Mrs. Clare-newith homefolks for a few days. Mrs. W. D. Johnson has returned home after spending a few davs with her daughter. Mrs. G. F. Gooch, of Mc Kinney, who is verv ill. s e 1 Comforting To Stout People Foley Cathartic Tablets are a specially good little regulator that keeps your system in perfect working order. No biliousness, no constipation, no distress after eating, no greasy gassy taste. A stout person who uses them will really feel thinned constantly out and more comfortable as a result of their use. For sale by all druggists. COMMISSIONER'S SALE C. G. Boone, Plff. I. Lincoln Circuit Court vs Wm. Gutman, Deft, In obedience to a judgment rendered by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May term, PJIJ, the undersigned commis sioner will on Monday, July 13, 19M (county court day) in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following land in Linmiles coln county, Ky., situated 1 the east of Crab Orchard and being same land conveved to Gutman by deed of Lincoln Land Company, bounded on the north by the road leading Irom Crab Orchard to Mt. Vernon, on the south ky the L. & N., railroad Co., on the west by the land o. on the west by land of Wm. Monk and containing about i acres. This sale made to collect judgment for the sum of $120 with interest at 6 per cent from January 18. 1910. with the following credits: $24.50, $35. of dite August 1. 1911. $100 Sept. .W. 1913. Said sale made on a credit of 6 mouths, purchaser to execute bond with approved personal security, bearing interest of 6 per cent from date until paid, a hV:i retained on 'he land sold to secure pavment of said bond. E. P. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. Hot Weather Tonic & Health Builder Are vou run down Nervous Tired? Is eerythiiig ou do an effort? You are not lazv vou are sick I Your stomach. Live, Kidnevs, and whole svstem need a Tonic. A Tonic ami Health Builder to drive out the waste matter build N'o-.vou up and renew vv" strength Hitlers than F.lceiiic Dtr'cin, f..,, ,ru- - Mrs limeConi'del-K1 " .. , ... Mc. . writ- - doctors gave me " 'Jo and $1.00 at 0ur druggijt. n June 21. 1911. 51-- 3 Fin-feld- ifpr .i Hay-"fll- le ir-.- Morelaud, June 2(5. Crab Orchard, Ky., June 26. The dedication of the new Christian One of the pleasant events of the by season was a Sunday school picnic givchurch was conducted last Sunday Rev. F. M. Raines, of Cincinnati. The en by the Baptist Christian and services lasted all day and were very churches of this place last Thursday. much enjoyed by the large crowd which Rev, Rogers nf the Baptist ehtirrh wa The $2,000 which was master of ceremonies ami added much was present. needed was soon raised. Dinner was to the pleasure of the day. Promptly at served at Dinwiddie dining hall. nine o'clock A. M., the carriages, wagCncle Alex Bruce, of color, died at ons and ar.tr- -. were in front of the his home Sunday at two P. M of flux. Baptist church to convey as many as He was one of the most llluhlv res- - J desired lo go. to the grounds adjacent :iccted colored people in this end of the to the Hrown bpring. A merrier crowd county and a great church worker too was never seen, each bearing baskets of The burial was at the Mlllcdgcvillc lunch, and being determined to help cemetery on Tuesday, Many white peo- make a sunbeam on a rainy day. Footple were present. races were the first thing in order. and Rev. Rogers and Walker Napier leadMr. and Mrs. John Vanhook Miss Mary Whccfdon, of Lincoln, Ind., ing out. The latter came out ahead. have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Misses Clara Collier and Myrtle Mur-r- y John Myers. came next and Clara won the race Miss Grace Spears, of Hustonville, b a foot or more. Then came Myrtle and Miss Gay Short, of Middleburg, Mtirry and Mr. John Robinson and have been recent guests of Mrs. John Miss Myrtle came out ahead, while Mr. Moser. Robinson went down on his head, hav-in- ir Mr. and Mrs. I'M Shadoan and Miss caitcht his foot in a root. Rev. Rog Fannie Myers, of Georgetown, were ers and Raymond Bell came next Raylast week's guests of Mr, and Mrs. R. mond ahead. Mrs, George Stephenson C. Coffey. and Mrs. Ann James, ran but Mrs. Mr; U. H. Baker, of Danville. va larr.ts also had a Jail. Ittcn came snnys here for the dedicatory services Sun- iv the crowd "Old Kentucky Home" day, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. and "America". Then there were splendid recitations by Mrs. Daisy Hunt, Moer. Misses Ida J'lcecc Pittman ami Mar. Misses Clara Collier, Margaret Condor gucritc Ovcrstrect. of Parksvillc, are mil Vivian Buchanan. A negro sermon s rendered by Rev Rogers received of Miss Lula R. Routt. .Mss I.elia Jonc is visiting Miss Lon-ni- c many encores and then the crowd sepGood at Winchester. arated, some playing baeball. others Mr. Walter Moscr spent last week walking, playing games and then such with his aunt, Mrs. Wm. Short at Mid. a repast was spread as to satisfy the dlebtirg. All pronounced the most fastidious. Mr. Walter Elkin. of Louisville, is day a grand success. the guest of Mr and Mrs. G. B. Pruitt. Mr Charles Singleton came home on Miss Marie Boiling, of Burnsidc. was Monday from Charleston, S. C, to be a recent guest of Mrs. Charles Coffey. at the bedsidcof his son, Boyle Vass, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arnold, of who is sick with t)phoid fever. He is were here last Sunday the guests getting along as well as can be exof Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wigham. pect ed. Rcy. Joe Montgomery, and daughter Mrs. Hannah Stcgcr is going about of Liberty, were the guests of Rev. W. on crutches ami is continuing to imG Monttromcry last week . prove, but one limb is longer than the Miss F.stcll "Vandcveer and brother. the physicians say she will of Harrodsburg. arc the guests of Miss other and able to go without crutches. never be Oneita bhew maker. We know her many friends will be very Dr. and Mrs O L. Mocr lipve sorry to hear of this, as we have all to Memphis. Tcnn.. after a been so hopeful that she would finally lengthy visit with friends here. be entirely well. Mr and Mrs, W D, Edmiston, arc Burglars at Somerset receiving congratulations over the arBurglars got in their work in Som rival of a fine baby girl, which made erset Tuesday night and at an early its appearance Tuesday. The mother is hour Wednesday morning when the sale doing fine. in the George 1'. lay lor Company s ofAirs. John ChadwiCk and handsome fice was blown and its contents taken. sister, Miss Mabel James, of Detroit, I ho safes in the Somerset Ice Com- - Mich, are with Mrs. J. T. Chadwick. panv's office and that of the mercantile Mrs. Will Pettus and children joined firm of Tuttle & Lee also were blown. Mrs. M. E. Fish in Louisville this last There was no cash in the safe of the i week. They arc with Mrs. J. C. t, Somerset Ice Company, but a number who will accompany tiiem home r rll nml enmo r.t1,,r i,.i.lri. i'nc ' ..if next week for a visit there. taken. The condition of the safes inMrs. Mary Hunter and Mrs. Mollie dicate that the work was done by pro- Burgin went to Stanford shopping on fessionals. Entrances were effected by Monday. piving open windows. The explosion Rev. Rogers left Monday for a visit of the George P. Tav lor safe was heard to his mother in Mobile, Ala. He will about 2 o'clock Wednesday, but no be gone about three weeks. of the cause was aroused, and Mrs. Buster Fife and children, of nothing was known of the work until Winchester, are with her parents, Mr. the offices were opened. and Mrs. J T. Chadwick. There was an ice cream social at the Brilliant Metsor Seen Thursday tennis court on Saturday evening which John Ball, the popular assistant of was well attended and a neat little sum Undertaker J, C. McClary was up early realized. Thursday morning and saw a brilliant Air. Hugh Logan's family have movmeteor flas.i across the heavens. It ed into the house vacated by Dr. W. J. come from the northwest and Edmiston. The latterhas moved into his seemed to shot southward, leaving a train of yel- home on Lower Main. low like the tail of a comet. This dis. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Gray, of Car- disnlay of light lasted for several sec- tersville. visited in our town last week. onds. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder of Wilmore. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier. freight train A Louisville Southern Miss Annie Hutchinson is out again burning trestle Wed- after a siege with malaria. wen through nesday. W. H. Hilton, of Louisville, Mrs. Robert Gaines is rapidly rebead brakeman was killed and engin- covering, and her many friends are eer II. Jeffries badlv injured. much relieved as they have been very solidtious about her condition. MT. ZION Dr. Harmon's father, who resides The sineimr which has been taught near Cor) don, Ind., has been with him by Prof. Dial came to a close last Sun for several weeks. Mr. Frank Holdcrman ts much imday and everyone was sorry. Key. bteenbergen preached here last proved since coming home. Mr. Billie George Holdman, has reSunday. Key. Livingston will till his place in turned from a visit to his brother, Charlie at Maysville. the pulpit here next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Charles Magruder. of .Mis. uryaut lirown is on tne sick. Lebanon Junction, were guests of Mrs. list this week. Masgic Cover and Mrs. James Manuel. Mrs. Lizzie Watscn has been visit Mrs. Robert Shaw, of Preichorsville, ing her granddaughter, Mrs. Bertha was the cuest of Mrs. William Shaw Steeubergen, of Crab Orchard. - of this place Sunday. Mr. lorn Smith still continues workIn our last letter we tailed to menon the railroad. Mr. William Thompson is numbered tion the sad death of Mrs. William Payne, who lived near town. She was with the sick. Cutting wheat is the custom of the a splendid Christian woman, and bore her sufferings patiently having sufferday. Josiah Smith, of Woodstock, was vis- ed a long time with tuberculosis. She iting friends and relatives in this part leaves a husband and four small children to mourn the loss of a faithful Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ella Mencfee. was the guest of wife and devoted mother. I would like for all my friends to Mrs. Ida Thompson Saturday night. Mr. Green Adams is somewhat im- know that I have on hands the very best and purest assortment of toilet proved atthis writing. Miss Birdie Graham is very sick at articles to be found and alt orders I her home here. Dr. James is waiting on may receive for same, will be appre-apaCrab Orchard, her. Her many frends hope for a speedy dated. If you need and want the very recovery. The Death Angel called at the home best give me a trial. Mrs. Bettie Buch- of John Sowiters last Thursday night s. and took away his uncle, John GENEVA Mrs. W. P. Walls is on the sick list Mrs. Sallic Murrcll. of Illinois says at this writing, she will come home in September to Miss Bessie Walls and sister, Mrs. sec her many relatives who are so anxi. Ira Ray visited their brother at Parksous to see her. villc Tuesday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Peace, were the Mr W. l Walls and daughter, Mary guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Thomp L. visited his son and family Saturday son. Monday evening. and Sunday at Parksville. Miss Gracie Griffin has gone Iiac There was a baptism near Geneva on to Disputanta Sunday. .Mrs. isartiara liiompsem is still imMiss Jennie Austin was the guest of Miss Alma Terry Saturday and Sunproving nicely. Some bad reckless boys went down day. the road the other night and shot and Mr. and Mrs. Acey Peck, of killed Oscar Simpson's little white dog O., arc visiting his parents at Mr. and Mrs. Geneva. with a 22 revolver. ' pup. Simpson are real sorry about the Dennv and chldren visited Rebecca News of the Churches her sister, Mrs. Ida Thompson one day Services at the Presbyterian church last week, George Denny is working with the Sunday, June 28, Sunday school at 9.30 Morning worship at 11. The pastor wilt thresher at I'reachcrsville, Mr. Josh Harness and family were preach. L. C. Rev. Kellev. pastor of the Camp, the guests of Mr" and Mrs. John Roghcllsviilc Baptist church filled Rev. O. ers Sunday and attended church here. News has been received here that P. Bush's appointments at this place Mrs. A A. Wren is very low at her last Sunday forenoon and evening. He home at limine Ky. Everyone hopes delivered two verv able discourses and the people of Columbia were delighted that she will get welt. large, with loin. lioth Mrs. Cynthia Rogers u at home with congregations On greeted occasions Sunday him, her parent's this week. night he was entertained at the home Little Russell mid Sylvia Thompson of Mr. and Mrs. C S. Harris. Adair arc sick at this writing. County News. Citrolax Bead Tail Citrolax The Texaa Wonder Kidney cure CITBOLAX First get the name down pat then cures diabetes, and all irregularities buy it of jour druggist. Just the very of tine kidney and bladder in both teen and women. If not sold by your best thing for constipation, sick head-ahsour stomach, lazy liver, sluggish druggist will be sent by mail on relioweis. 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Insures the most delicious and healthful food By the use of Royal Baking Powder a great many more articles of food may be readily made at home, all healthful, delicious, and economical, adding much ol have been the recent guests ine.ids and relatives. from Miss Grace Hurst has returned Midway and is the guest oi her auut, Mrs. George Munday. ti. kutherine Land has returned to her home at Corbm. Willie lull, ot Louisville, nas iicch the recent guest of his mother, Mrs. Milford Hall. Mrr. Hob Sears, of Somerset, was lie guest of her mother, Mrs. bailie i'cn.e last week. m i... ,ii. iwI'um. nf Inili.iM.i. has been tiic recent guest of Mrs. T. J. Jennings. :?aimicl Ray, of Lancaster, wai hcrt Saturday to see his best filrl. Mrs. Libert Terry, of Neat's Creek, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Albert Deathcragc Sunday. t C..tt ItiLitr ,if f ntirnttrr. ua the guest of her mother, Mrs. Patience sunoay. rntcr.cii l.'nili-,tnt:.- ii i.c?ing-to- IRMT IISMVEIY KUYKENOALL'S 6REASELESS LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY Certainty does cure any and all itch, ing Skin Troubles such as Eczema, Tetter, King Worm. Poison Oak, Itch, Fever Blisters, Frost Bites, Chicken Pox, Pricklcy Heat, Nettle Rash and Old Stubborn Sores thought to be Cancers, Gives instant relief and cures phvsicians fail. TRY ONE BOTTLE, UN SALE AT New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford. Ld Tanner, McKinncy, Ky. Hustonville, Ky. Chas. Adams Thompson Drug Co., King's Mt'n. Caldwell Drug Co., Wavncsburg. CO EATMAN MANUFACTURING GRENADA, MISS. QUAIL COOL UNDERWEAR THESE swelter- ing days call for as few clothes as style will admit. variety and attractiveness to the menu. Baker and Paitry Cook," five hundred practical receipts for all kinds of baking and ckery, free. Address Royal Baking Powder Co., New York. Tlie" Roj-n- l r:il nt Harvesting wheat Is the order of the Creek, was the guest of her grandfath day er, .Mr. Iranian uciucn otimiay, Mrs. Mary E. Herrin is improving. Mis Roxye Jennings went to Corbin .Mrs. Mora Uisli continues anout me Wednesday to be the guest of Mrs. J. same. Tla.1ftn M. Tipton. , containing i a Jf7 T"7I I 4fcr I, port a pleasant time. Mr. Henderson (joff and family spent Sunday with Mr, lrvm Collins and famProprietor ily of Fishing Creek. BHKLTON M. BAUFLEY spent "Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Sims Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Rey1 A TEAU 8TIUCIL.Y IN ADVANCE nolds, of Wayncsburg. Mr. Jarrett Johnson and family callEnlrrrd at Mi poitollltt at fi(anrd M ed on his brother, Ashford Johnson and tttond clan mill maltir. family Sunday evening. Stanford has a baseball league comELLISBURG posed of placrs selected from the difMr. Ld Mills, of Danville, has been If this docs ferent Sunday schools. not cause a church row then the Chris- the gucjt of his brother, Mr. Win. Mills tians of Stanford are immune, says the who remains quite feeble. Mrs. S. A May has about recosercu Klizabcthtown N'cws. Well, Brer. you just ought to see the brother- from her recent illness. Mr. Wallace Steele continues quite ly spirit that prevails, why, the players don't even "bawl out" the umpires so sick. has been Miss Florence Snragens the you know weve taught the lo tight things in our Sunday schools here. quite sick with tonsiiuis. .Mrs. Alfred Ellis is very much PARLOR GROVE Howard Keynierson is at nome irom There will be preaching service here school at Meridian, Miss. Ocnni and Eugene Spragens arc dt June 28, conducted by the pastor, Kev. Wright. home from school at Georgetown tor vacation. Mrs. Murrcll Singleton, of Vaynes-burMisses Lena Rcynierson and Anna spent part of last week with her May have returned from Kingswood. mother, Mrs. M. J. Morgan. and Mrs. Tom Ellis have returnMr. David Walls is taking his vaca- edMr. their home in Danville, after a to this week. His health is sometion isit to relatives here. what impaired one of his lungs being Mr. Chas. Woods and Miss Anna affected. Rose Woods, of Mercer county were Miss Rachel Jones has returned from the guests of friends here recently. a two weeks' visit in Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoskiris and a Mr. Alva Morgan has purchased Dave Skinner, of Hutsonville nice oung horse from Mr. Jerome Mc- - Mrs. Sunday here with friends. spent Mrs. Robert Johnson, arc Mr. Mr. Jarrett Johnson was a visitor in guests andMr. and Mrs, Wallace Steele. of King's Mountain Sunda morning . Mr. Enoch Wesley and son, Mark, Mrs. Cora Leach and children spent of Middlcburg, visited friends here the Mrs. Monday wth her sister-in-lafirst of the week. Lucv Leach Mr. Luell Steele has returned from Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nolan are rejoic- a business trip to Knoxvillc, Tenn. ing over the arrival of a baby daughMr Hugh Reid, of Danville, visitter. ed his mother and other relatives here Mr. J. W. Smith met with quite a recently. painful accident last week. He was of Little Purdom. Miss Madge thrown from a mule, dislocating his South Fork, is visiting Miss Foy Peywrist and thumb. Miss Vesta Sims is staying with her ton. Mr. C C. Reynierson has returned to sister, Mrs. Verna Reynolds of his home in Lebanon. B. Reynierson has been visit, Mrs. Mr. Robinson and family spent Sun- iug her J. son in Danville. day with his brother near Pleasant Mr. and Mrs. William Dodd, of Point. were here visiting friends last Mr. Valentine Fagaley, of Waynes- - w eek. Durg. attended Sunday school here, Children's Day exercises were observ. spending the remainder of the day with ed at Rocky Ford church last Sunday his daughter, Mrs. Minnie Morgan. atternoon. Mr. Adlai took several in his wagon thc home of T. D. Dastin, where to ROWLAND . preaching services were conducted by Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stevens, of Mrs. Alex Johnson. Miss Margaret MeCoy of Walnut Louisville, have been the recent guests relatives Hlls, Cincinnati, is spending her vaca- of Miss Opalhere. Shanks has returned Lee tion with her parents. Wallace Waddle. on of Mr. John home after a visit with relatives at Waddle, is dangerously ill at the presSTOMACH SUFFEBERSt BEAD THIS ent writ in jr Mrs. A. W. Tones and Mrs. Herndon So many stomach sufferers have been Goff, visited Mr. Holliert and family of benefited by a simple prescription of Waynesburg last Wednesday, near vegetable oils which cured a Chicago Mr. and Mrs. David Walls pcnt druggist of chronic stomach, liver and Stindav with the latter's aunt, Mrs. intestinal trouble of years' standing that Lucv Leach. we want you surely to try this remedy. Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett Tohnton and It is known as Mayr's Wonderful Stomchildren attended the nii'ial of oung ach Remedy. One dose will convince Mr. Smallwood at Double Springs. It usually gives wonderful reyou. A jollv fishing part composed of lief within 24 hours even in the most Messrs. M. J. and Alba Morgan, Recce stubborn cases. Mayr's Vonderful Bennett. James Hackwarth. Ira RobStomach Remedy is now sold here by Jeerts. Claud and John Waddle and rome McCoy, camoed on BurW Creek Penny's Drug Store and Druggists Ev last Friday and Saturday. They re erywhere The Interior Journal Mr, and Mrs. JSaylor were me guests of Miss Annell Ware Sunday. Dili Tnnn nf Pari. lr 1...1 M were the guests of Mrs. Lynda Adams last week. Misses Carrie and lillic watle. ot Walnut Flat, were the guests of Miss Koxye Jennings Sunday. liurlie Camden, is the guest of relatives here. Rov Ware visited friends at Crab Or chard Sunday. .Miss .May me wane, ot ioruin, is me guest of her sister, Mrs. Kd Smith. Mrs. Kate Hiatt. of Pittsbiirc. has returned home after a. visit with her sister. Mrs. Patience Pritchctt Mrs? Zan Dudderar, of I.oiiisillc, is the. guest of her mother, Mrs. Wyatt Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins visited her sister, Mrs. Lucicn Gordon, nf l'arksvillc, last week. -- Som-mcr- s, g, Way-nesbur- g. e, M1DDLEBURG The Rich Hill church choir came down to Pine Grove school house Sunday and did some good singing. So say they that were present. The Children's Dav service at the Methodist church Sunday was well at tended. The program was good and well tendered by the children. Rev. Maddox, pastor of the Baptist church of Hustonville. will assist the pastor. Rev. C T. Claimed in a revival meeting here beginning on August 1, anil continuing amiut two weeks. An attempt was. made here some weeks since to revive the old game of 'bull pen", that prevailed back in the 70's, and it was agreed to organize an old mens' "bull pen club" the age limit being (0 and over. But when the time came they were all too young and the proposition hau to be dropped. J. L. Coulter declared he was but 30 while others were lust as persistent in their youthful claims. We are reminded that it has been some weeks since we furnished anything for the columns of the Interior Journal, but when you think how long we have worked for the "old reliable" or "cheapest and best", as Ed Walton used to call it, you will not complain if we do take an occasional rest. E. W. Lillard dotsn't want anyone to think that he was tieacherous in voting for Bradley and helping to defeat Beckham for L'nited States Senator, but that s the way. democrats and honest republicans look at it. And if Lillard will look down into his own heart he will see just how much of the ludus Iscanot there was i nlns conduct on that occasion. A party of young folks went from here to Buzzard Bluff on the Hustonville and Liberty pike on day last week, and spent the day climbing steep precipices, getting mighty hot fighting mos- quitos, and Mack Rnats. though they had a real delightful time. Get Rid of the Torment of Rheumatism Remember how spry and active you were before you had rheumatism, liackache, swollen, aching joints and stiff, painful muscles? Want to feel that way again? You can just take Foley Kidney Pills. For they quickly-clea- r the blood of the poisons that cause your pain, misery and tormentrheumatism. For sale by all druging gists. BLUE LICK There will be an all day meeting at Blue Lick church Saturday the 27th and supper in the evening. Evciybody invited to come and bring a full basket. The New Salem choir will do the singing. All lovers of music should be there, as it will be good. R. A. McLcil will be on hand to do the leading. Come an anu help a good cause. This Kidnev Remedy a Great Healer For a number ot years I was troubled with my kidneys, condition so serious that part of the time I was unable to work. Tried several remedies, also different physicians without relief. sample of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t was left at tny house. I commenced to take it and continued it until 1 hud taken several bottles and am now cured. Am 62 years of age and able to work every day. I attribute my cure to the use of your Swamp-RooMy wife also was cured by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. Symptoms were very serious, including hemorrhages, uicat pain and distress. 1 commenced Svvmnp-Rogiving her and it was just as healing in her case. We can heartily recommend jour Swamp-Roto all kidney sufferers. erv trulv vours. U. C. GRIFFITH. Mexia, Texas. Subscribed and sworn to before me a Notary Public, this the 8th day ol April, 1912. T. BENNETT. Notary Public t. ot ot Mrs R. W. Rev nobis, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Butncs, first of the week. Little Nannie Owens continues belter at this issue. Willis and Shadcrick Herrin, of Crawfordsvillc, Intl.. have been visiting relatives in this section. and Brown and Craig have bien taking up lambs in this section at various prices. Mrs. Jennie Todd is visiting her sis. ter, Mrs. W. H. Brown, of near Lancaster. Joseph Cottrell. of the Bandy section, had a good young marc to die, W. H. Owens says his singing school will clo'c at Providi'ticc Sunday John A. Brown continues to get better. Mrs Maud Southern, of Romincy, Ind , is with relatives in this part. Elbert Elder has purchased ammunition from M. Owens and says he is going to join the Mexican war, as captain, if he reaps his wheat in time. Mrs David 1'toctor. aged 56. died on Saturday, June the Uth. at 8 P M., of a complication i( diieasts. She leaves FIXES TIRED a husband and six children, and be "TIZ" SORE, SWOLLEN FEET sides a host of friends and relatives to mourn their loss of a devoted wife and feet, fiood bye sore feet, burning mother. While it is their loss we hope is Heaven's gain. After funeral ser- swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling vices conducted by Kev. D. R. Gentry, fct. tired feet. minions Good bye corns, callouses, the rtmains were laid to rest Sunday ami raw spots. rn th: 14th. in the Bethel Burving ground, more shoe tight-i...- c to await the ReMirrcction Morn. more tin limping with pain PKEACHERSVILLE ., lif, Ul "I". Mr. Owen Duvall has been quite sick. your lace in aonv but is better now. "TIZ" is magical, Mrs. Cora Bryant, of Judson, visited right off acts Miss Mary Ptttus. "TIZ" draws out Mr. J. J. Thompson, who has been all the poisonsick, is some better. exudations ous Miss Rachel Foley, of Williamsburg, utiirti miff mi till is visiting her lather, Mr E. Foley. .l Tiy" w..a fin.rt j iuir fooll t IV,. , ffv ....ri" Miss Tana Thompson, of Crab OrchI vour ard, visited Misses Wadic Mac and Iva misery. All how comfortable "TIZ" feet fetl. Oct a 11 cent 1kx of Thompson. now at any druggist or department Miss Lucy Pcttus is visiting her Don't suffer. Have good feet, .Mr. Joseph Pcttus and family at store. glad feet, feet that never sewell, never Springfield foot A year's Mr. Walker Pcttus and family, of hurt, never get tird. money refunded. Hubble, visited his mother, Mrs. comfort guaranteed or near Rebecca Pcttus. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Mr. Jones L. Anderson has received his new automobile and is getting to W. E. Estes, Plff be a proficient driver. Lincoln Circuit Court vs Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester, of Stan Sarah L. Estes, Deft. ford, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. In obedience to a judgment renderD. M. Anderson Sunday. ed by the Lincoln Circuit Court at it Rev. R. H. Baud, pastor of the M. May term, 1914, the undersigned comE. church has at last completed the missioner will on jot) of painting the parionage It is a Monday, July 13, 1914 good job. (county court day) m front of the court Mr. David Thompson, of Danville, house door in Stanford, Ky., offer fof and Miss Lillian (Jarncr, sale at public outcrv to the highest and of Cedar Creek, were atUnding church best bidder the following land in Lin heie Sunday. coin county. Ky. near Crab Orchard Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nay lor and chil- lioundcd on the north by the Stanford dren, of near Stanford, and Mr. and and Crab Orchard pike on the south Mrs. (irover Castineau. of Point I.ca-vc- ll and west by Owsley land, east by Estes vsited Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor containing 15 acres more or less Mrs. Logan Thompson continues to Said sale nude on a credit of six have bad luck with her poultry. Re- months, purchaser to execute bond with cently;! mink killed a fine drove ot 45 approved personal stcurtty, bearing f nice frvinu sized turkevs. leaving the per cent interest from date until paid good old lady only f ve and their con- with lien on land to secure payment of dition is so very precarious as to almost same, preclude the possibility of reaching the 51 ,1 June 24. 1911 holiday market. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L C. C. 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 UNION SUITS are the BEST fitting and most COMFORTABLE of all underwear. Cut with both knee and ankle lengths at y if W' J &r $1.00 the suit service bRSb B. V. D. the Nainsook Un- comfort Union Suits are becoming more popular every day. -- JILt ion Suits, known the nation over for coolness and comfort at $1.00 the suit. Separate shirts and clastic seam drawers at 25c and 50c. Sizes run from a boy's 24 to a man's 50. H.J.MROBERTS GOING ON A VACATION? There are uI loll of thing! you'll need for a liappy. comfortable tHon trip, Write them litre', down and a handy bit lo check oirt. You'll think ol article, omiltrd. lial heo you're reedy bneg the in. I TALCUM POWDER. CONFECTIONARY. BATH REQUISITES. DRINKING CUPS COMBS. SOAP. OUTING GOODS. MAGAZINES. HAIR BRUSHES. CIGARS. SHAVING SUPPLIES. BOOKS. TOOTH BRUSHES. KOOT POWDER COLD CREAM. TOILET WATERS. l. -- just when you want them. It is easy to make your purchases now. Have them handy uu-cl- e, Penny's Drug Store "The Rcxall Store" Watch Our Prices Always Lower Than Othera We have to offer you, new Clothing, New Waists, Dresses, Oxfords, Hats, M'ster-in-la- A MISTAKEN IDEA There are some people who still resort to drugged pills or alcoholic syrups to overcome colds, nervousness or general debility, and who know that the pure, unadulterated nourishment in Scott's Emulsion is eminently better, but refrain irom taking it because they fear it may lead to excessive fat or obesity. This is a mistaken idea, because Scott's Emulsion first strengthens the body before propermaking flesh. Its ties aid nature to throw off sickness by building health from its very dource, and flesh is formed only by its continued use. Avoid alcoholic substitutes for SCOTT'S. blood-formin- g MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES Can Not and Do Not Touch the Liter Thcr msjr clear out the lntcatlnal tract, but do not ralier tho dainmelup bile. Yeara ago May Apple Hoot (called bile atarttr. wu a It tripod fearfully, but brought out the bila. 1'ixlophjlllu with the trip taken oat U now to be bad under tte name laat-tcio- Work Pants, Odd Dress Pants; if fact, we have all you want, to otfer you. Come here and get big low prices. t- ifi . hk r7&&Fzz& jkla.gs ...M- - . ,.: nwnr. -- 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. JiWomansJJnnk- Jniu?rtihAiiv llrtnb L fKs -- ? fy&pr .ivV3 T VALEiTfliE, "ST M W). r 3 a V i&, 'M. Ti. V SS W irH f ' !! V.V ,sa m 7 ., ' v.. f f rRS r2fl A FAT BANK WOK mK Wjf--a LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK XtS:1' I .aBases' I I I Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingbamton, N. Y. SwamD-Ro- ot ACCOUNT KEEPS HEARTS WARM '- For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your igorously good delicious. and keenly Thirst -- quenching and refreshing. The national beverage and Daunt NicillAlBCI Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co Binghampton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Interior Journal. Regsize botand ular fifty-cetles for tale at all drug stores. one-doll- Prove What -- It is lots easier for a girl to love a boy who has a BANK ACCOUNT, and it's easier to love a husband with a bank account. Girls are looking for the boys with money in the bank, so are the girl's PARENTS. Add to your other charms a bank account and she will take lots more interest in you. Do your banking with us. We will serve your interests. start a Bank account Make OUR bank YOUR bank Light Weight Under- wear, Snirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. ' yours. SuLltJtUtiOa. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in the genuioa by full bum- KDCOUSfl THE i Anew thick tf Coca.CvU. COCA-COL- 'nir iuu COMPANY AilbU,C. vr &m ". mm Ts Higk-Cla- ss Monuments State Bank & Trust ( Capital, S50.000.00. W. I, McCAKTY, J. S. RICE, G. G, PEKKY, V-F- Hi Original Designs and Prompt Service Guarsnteed Quality Connections at all (iMnite ana Marble guarnei. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Cloud on Saturdays Telephone No. 164. Surplus, SI, 160. 0. M Pre. L. PENNY, It SAL1N, Cashier. G. W SMITH, J. F. Cummins J pp p pwp J , THB 1WTKKI0K JOOHWAL talented STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 3 FRIDAY, JUNE 36, J9M. Gran Jones and Monroe Thompson, two prominent farmers and democrats of the Htick Creek secticn in the south Accounti nd Notri collected tnd Claims of ern part of the county, wire in town ill kindi looted titer snyw here in the United Thursday to sec Supt. Singleton and Sinn. Almnlnlplr NoClmrtfrn tin reference the Ifbh rnllretlon In mintr Our (rrirm Judge flailev with schoolhotise, which pU ihe money, A Intl will convince you. 'location of the new has been allowed, in their community Dtnk rrfwiKei Write todsy, They want a site selected so that the MAY'S COLLECTION ACENCY children will not have to go some three Somrtwl, Ky. or four miles to school in the future, and Supt Singleton says that a sit satisfactory to them will be chostn. Mr Contractor Will Stone is completing 1 hompson is going to act as the I J's. an attractive two ttory frame residence corrcsiMindcnt from his section, and for A U Matheny at Ins farm on the with the assistance of Mr Jones will from send in some interesting news Somerset pike that community for both arc "live wires" and all round good fellows. N'lcholasillc is now dry. Itauiili, of Hlghlanil, was in In lown a short while early in the weke. Joint town Wednesday to see his ton Kns- He just graduated from the high school scll IlaiiKh, who has been taking a at Hnstonville with highest honors nf course in telegraphy under agent J. S. his class and will probably attend State Nice at the depot here Young Ilatigh Unlvertily Walter Is a splendid Has his heart et on nuking a first .voting man and has a bright future class operator, and hat been making him splendid progress, I'rof. C C Freonan, representing University. Lexinclnti. Nryu conies from Lakeland that rransvhania PERSONAL and SOCIAL Ward Moore, of Crab Orchard, who was here Wednesday, calling on the has been acting as attendant there for high school graduates with a view of Mm. C H. Carter liai been ill for Ihe past several innnilit. b.it nl.nnt li interesting Ihcm in his institution. I'rof. dded to for California to locale, Flippin, representing Central I'niver several ilas thl week, nc nan here earlier jii"ii win Lincoln news to lift manv sity, Danville, wasthe graduates in the Mr. V. J. LdmUton, of Cr.ili friends in county Thcv will week Several of nf the was here Wednesday. jusli them every ancccss In the Golden I Hull School arc said to be nrrnirintr in Mr. Motile Nuiu.cllcy has been on West collegiate ci nrses. take tlic sick lui for several dj)s. L. "MwwiMIl'?,''''"?"'MBMIMMMWMM-tW-MMMMM..tMilWLWBiLiM11li Mr. (i. A. Nuitli, of Norton, Va , it I". Smith ami family. Iiu.ig J. Miss Allic KimscII FUh, is visiting Tlinnwnds of dollars worth of this season. mnsl rlc- relative ami mrml in ana;t?r Miss Hannah Atdrdgc is the guest of merchandise will be sold nt lower prices than Mrs. Ra)imnd llatcltlcn at l.anc.iMcr similar quality merchandise has been offered at, this Mrs. V II Ovcrstrcct, of P.uksvillc, year. All new, fresh e it, the guest ol tit r d.itiKlitir, Mm. h minute styles and quality 11 Davis. Roods. Read below the many extraordinary bargains to Mr. ami Mm. U. T. Ucailcy ami be had. In addition we will have on display on tables daughter, of Mivlhy fit), was lierc on Thursday. throughout our store many special bargains of different Mist N.illicrine t'ciuel, ot Kansas kinds of merchandise that the lots are too small to be City, is me t oi hir hrollur, (1, lmoi( Constipation iw HEARD ABOUT TOWN Waller joung correspondent at Morcland, was Moser, the I: J.'s to he w,. The foe to pood cpy 'Wi. : bedtime. al cnce- One at Sold for 60 year. A Vow Pert r. fftrifc: Col 0, A. of Crab Orchard, in Stanford Wednesday for a tliort time on business, and was kept busy shaking hands with his many friends. He has been making a visit to his daughter Mrs F.d Peyton and family of near Turners ille. I a CathfiriccMMttaiHlNttu OaeLMMCrai n recti MUUmu A c Or-clu- Arrangements are being made for a big time at vvayncsiiurg. on juiy fin The Odd Fellows and Maccabees will their annual picnic and a great I crowd There will be is expected. men, liicycle spcaKing ny pronttmm and foot races, a soaped pole and othir interesting events on the program brass band has been cngaucd to make music ( ftrmianrirtit fcin. iti brtMltif lhrr will b million! In a lt dtft. " th tort or rut Mi it I'e. ftttoptthtbrtrdiflCffriMMv. ItWtpsiOTrstt It whr tsrmt.A B sooth nnAprtrent at Mr tt hftls hoi hiui4rt4 TndolltrsIt. el truublc. wul f "Ttll It By Th D.IIH Antiseptic Salve Br4tm? With DA. BELL'S n up-to-th- l'liittl. n.l .Mai-tluv- listed, at almost give-awa- y . Mrs. 1'. '.. Kemp, ul Louisville, hasj been the recent guest ol Ur. 1, W I'ciiiiinciuii. I'rof. J C. Smith ami wife of Corsici rei, 'IV v, arc the giusls of Mr ami Mrs J. I'. Smith. Robert and Russell Durhin, of Louisville, are the guests of Mr ami Mrs. W. I. Uiig Mrs. J. i Puller, ot Lebanon, was the guest of Iter brother, II C l)rt, and lainil). Mits Catlurine Urady has rclurncn home afkr a visit to Miss McLall at M.irctshurg Miss Virginia lloiirne, ol Lancaster, has the Kest of hir sister, Mrs V K. Warner Miss Mary Moore Raticy Is attending Sunday school ciimmtiou of the Meth odist church at Cans Miss I'.tla Mucllir i uttciidmu the National Convention of the I) I). tiachirs at Staunton. a. Mrs. Mattic Ncvtus has bun confin-rto her lied for ?ccr.il cl.ijs ths week tin arcount of illues Mrs C II Carte. i taken iinle ,111 Imirsila), liut is v.ii, ti ,o i.insiil rUy improv- -l this mornirg Mr. and Mrs Alfrid I ads arc isit ini hit iiretil, Mr ami Mrs. ,' ' lUiils at Crcstuianl, Shelhy rountv Mr. and Mrsllcnr) Simpvm and little daiiKhtcr, Mlialirth of Lancis trr, $int several daw here this week Mrs. Mary Good and Lemur Good of Winchester, attended the liunal of Mr. Ilruiamin F, (iood, here Friday Mrs. Harvey McKol-crts- . of Stan ford, was the giust of Mrs Hen Lrc Hardin Simla) - llarroiM urg Ltad er. Mrs W M llohton and daughter, Stella have returned home alter a visit to Mr. and Mrt. W I' Strphenon at It-e- prices, for quick clearance. Danville, Kentucky We want you to come and attend this sale, as it will mean a saving to you of many dollars on your purchases Remember this sale began at the Hub, in Danville on Thursday, June 25th, and continues for two weeks. So try and be here on the opening of the sale, so as to get the cream of the bargains. Everything in the house H Mid-Sum- m er CI earance Sal e AND CONTINUES FOR TWO WEEKS WONDERFUL VALUES FROM OUR LARGE READY TO - WEAR AND MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. -- Now Going on at The Hub in Danville Summer Clearance Skle on Dry Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, etc., at Prices Less Than the Raw Material. $1.50 nnd $2.00 ynrtl pure silk crepe do chcnt'H, nnd crinkled crepes, in n large range of the senxon's newest . Wonderful Bargains in Mens and Young Mens Two and Three Piece Spring and Summer Suits, in this Great Clearance Sale. Including blue Serges, neat and fancy gray worsteds and cassimeres, in fact all the newest this season's fabrics and models. seventy-fiv- e men's and young men's two nnd three piece suits, Over broken lots, but all sizes in the lot. Sold up to $15.00 C Clearance Price and three piece suits, hien's djo O eluding niland young men's two worsteds, and cassimeres, wool blue serges, sold up to $12.50. Extra Special Fifty Palm Beach suits, in plain and fancy tfJ'T C w P nil sizes, in this snle young men's high grade nil wool two and for men's and three piece suits. Sold up to $15.00. for men's and young men's highest grade $18.00, two and three piece suits. "for ourhighest grade" $25.0oT$27.50 and $30.00 two nnd three piece suits. this sale, including dress All Odd Pants, greatly reduced and Wrk Pants, Jewell Flo)d. of Luliank, are the guests of the formcrY's sister, Mrs Ciarland MaywiMxI. gMiss liuis Hubble, and niece, Miss parents, Rev. and Mrs. W i Gnnstcud at Mrs. W. A. Carscn and daiiKhtcr, AnneJIe are at home after spending e eral davs in Lancaster with relatives and friends. Miss lsa Floyd, Mis Annie Floyd, Miss Mabel Mil lure and rnold Fori own. ol llustomitlc, went to Maui'iiotl, Cave this weik. .Miss llertha Jackson, of Stanford, i spending a few days with her luollier j. M. jackson, Jr., and other relatives in this l.clio Hi. ami Mrs ll I'mti) and ilaugh ter, Miss Mar) Cooper, ol Daimlli were the guests of tliur daughtir, Mr K. M Putitr, riliu 5(la) iveuing Mrs. lid Wi'kinson aiul daughter, Maul wliu li.ivi- In tii visiting uU lives and irieims in Liberty i..ic it turned home. ii.mii.ili Aldriiihi is .wis i n.iiiii. the weiK wiln .Mis. J i.iiiiuncl Man, mn, at Laneattir, ami .mmhiig tin. teachers' institute and Umumuuu Mr. Horace Keld, who lias iietu . ttuikiu in ihe .Medical Dep.irttmnt o, John Hopkins I'nivcrstt), liaituuori. is at home lor the suimmr vacation Danville Mtsscngcr .Mi hmnieii Luoanks and son, Morris, of I'ucblo, Uil., arc visitini; lu parents. Mr. and Mrs D. I.ubanks and sisur, Mrs. W M. .Mctornuck lur tin nrst tunc in thirteen tears Miss Klsic hlizabcth Coleman, tin attracuve nttie daughter of Mr ami Mis C. K Coliniaii will tntertain ,t liuinlier of her friends with a "K ami "liraii Itat,'' part) on ednesda), Jul) 1, 'J irom lour to stveu o'cloik Mrs J. Tom Lapslc) ami lit l it uaugli ter, ot Mojaie. Calif. Mrs. H t New laim, ol .vldaliiif. Fall-- . Wasli'iitton, and .Mrs Jostph llailc) and children, ol KilHiilinrK, lex., coiiiMied a haip f ami I) house part) at the home of Air John llailey, last wtik - llarroiisburK Leader. Mastir Ilinry llaiiKhinau dilnihtful ly tuter'aiued irom four to six o clock at Ins Initio mi s,ouursei pike Itvxl.i. aflerniM'ii, in honor of his e I'.habeth and nnie Fox, ol Dan.'ille. ljuite a immlier of lluir friiuds Ht'ie presiut and cnio)cil the afUT'HKin. Delightful relrcsliiiKiiti were served. Mr. j. it I'erkuis and Miss Mary Shepherd Cook, Lee Hill and Miss Kate Davis Itiuc), Harry Carter and Miss lit fit-- Ilauuhmaii, Mrs. K L, Hubble, Mr. and Mrs. K M New land llios. 1 lullips, Mi. and Mrs J C Lubanks, Joe Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs, and childnn. Miss Jean Patrick and Miss Jane (laruian attindul the Chan tauiua at Lancaster llinrsila) eveniiik' cit).--Londiiimii-Misst- Slnghlon. AIr. J. It Harris and daughter, Josephine Ilcailcy arc the guests of her during this clearance sale, per '7Q ynrd 7C All of our former (We, 75c nnd 85c pure silk inessuline nnd fnncy wenves, durintr this clearance snle, your choice, ut per ynrd T7C Fifteen pieces all silk figured foulards, soltl up to 5'Jc ynrd, special to close out during this sale, ut per Og ynrd OOC Fifteen pieces of nil tho desirable shades of scco silks, sold nt 25c ynrd, special during this sale, n't per 1Q yurd h pure linen dress suitings, in the season's desirnble colors, suitable for suits, coats, skirts, nnd dresses, worth (i5c yard, special to close out during this clearance snle, nt OQ per yard OI7C All of our plnin and figured crepes, voiles ratines, etc., heavily reduced during this sale Fifty pieces, newest shades, voiles, crepes nntl other desirable wash fnb-ricthat sold up to .15c, during this clearance sale, will be sold nt 1 (? cr yard Over 100 pieces of new stylo 10 nntl 12 cent tlress ginghams will be offer oil during this. snle,. at. per s, $5.00 Newest this senson's spring suits, that sold up to $20 00, colorings, during this sale $7.50 $1.19 during this snle pur yard Over pieces of nil silk $25.00 suits, sold this sale yard wide tnirotn, silk scrtros, nnd for $9.75 silk poplins, sold up to $1.25 ynrd; twenty-five About Pfty women's nnd misses' new spring suits, fold up to $15.00, while they lut, this sale dresses. Newest this senson's styles, high or low neck, long nnd snort sleeves, specinl in this clear- - OQ 027C ance sale Good long figured Inwn kimo- XI AS Fifty dozen newest styles ginghams nnd percale, morning, porch and house that AtZn ftft yO'Vv Ten dozen crepe long kimor.as special during this sal p. Girls 50c middy blouses, age OQ ...... OSC G in n 7C fr in-)- 0. to 14 years, for OQ 02 C Your choice of our finest spring suits, in the house, sold tf I up to $35.00, during this sale Women's nnd Misses' $8.00 nnd $10.00 Spring coats during this sale Eft ItiOU A THE LITTLE ONE 50c children's rompers and play suits, re- - OQ vv uuivu ku Fifty dozen boys' wash suits, 2 2 to 10 year sizes, sold at 75c to $2.50, specially reduced for this sale tfj 1 AC 1-- $3.98 $9.85 Women's nnd misses' new spring coats, thnt sold up to $6.50 $11.75 $15.00, reduced to Over 500 Women's and Misses Dresses of the Newest this Season's Styles in Silk, Crepe, Crepe de Chene, Taffeta, Messalines and $18.50 Serges reduced to half and some less during this sale. to $10.00 nnd $12.00 silk dresses, reduced $15.00 nnd $18.00 crepe de chene nnd mcssnline reduced during this sale The celebrated best at 45c, 69c, 95c and P 1 .TrO 12C dresses IOC at Finest 2.00 crepe de chencs nnd fnncy dresses will be flj 1 O Cft put on snle nt PJl4&.9U About seventy-fiv- e nil wool serge dresses that sold up to QQ $10.00, to close out for These dresses are suitable for now and early fnll One lot of about fifty white and colored wash dresses will dV QC J1 be sold at $(5.00 white nnd colored wnsh dresses will be sold $5.00 and $8.00 white und colored S yarti 200 pieces, of best quality, light and 1 colored calico, special, during ............. pit-co- .8k C, dresses reduced this sale, per yard Twenty-fiv- e 10c QQ Os7C tO ynrd for 81 yard wide tet.t 10c bleach, full domestic. for full bleach 72VJO bed OstC sheets. for cxtru qunlity 8K90 full senin'erp bleach bed nhccts. OO yurd for full 4 peppcrul 46OC sheeting. Fifty pieces extra quality standard quality, apron checks, regular 8 specinl clearance sale price C-C per yard 2,000 yards of best standard cheviot ginghams, suitable for children's dresses and waists, best 10c 7'lf, quality, special sale price, ynrd iC ynrd for good quality white nnd red, table linen. ynrd liest '5c table thumtsk, O anil dark colored lawn, during OC this wile, per yard Over 200 pieces of plain nnd colored curtain scrims, to be sold, specinl dur11 15c, ing this sale, ot 8 l'Jc nnd 23c ynrd. These formerly soltl nt from 12 to H'.ic yard, c full ynrd wide for best 8 Sen Island brown domestic. c, totality, light "2C Over 100 newest styles beautiful crepe and will b sold at Our entire stock of woolen and wash skirtn will be sold for less than cost during this clearance sale. About 100 skirts, of nil wool serges, and mixtuies in the newest styles tier nnd ruffled effects, sold at $5, reduced $0.60 skirts reduced to $2.85 $3.45 price (Q J5.!0 priceour $0.00 and $7.00 highest grade dress pants, sale $4.45 All Men's pants, stripes, .20 cotton, extra quality work sizes upincluding pin sale priceheavy 98c genuine kakai, all to 50 waist, Extra OP $2.98 regularbest genuine government knika and whipcord pants P 1 .OO $2.00 quality, sale price All boys' knickerbocker pants reduced in this sale. $3.75 for boys' extra quality pin check knickerbocker pants, sizes oile dresses $4.98 25c up toextrayears. kakai knickerbocker pants, sizes up to quality (1 1G $6.75 $9.75 fr Men's and young men's $3.00 odd pants, in this clearance snle Men's nnd young men's $4.00 high grade dress pants, in this clearance sale $5.00 dress pants, clearance P1.7U QC Our entire stock of children's white nnd colored wnsh dresses, ages from 2 to 14 years old, grently reduced during tlii- - sale. Former 75c percale and gingham wash dresses, newest this spring styles to 14 year sizes reduced to Former $1.00 quality colored wash dresses, reduced to $1.50 quality white and colored dresses, 6 to 14 year sizes, QP C reduced to $2.50 qunlity girls' dresess tf t JQ pA. reduced to $3.50 and $4.00 fine white embry dresses, reduced tfjo Cft 43c 69c 0 ACf "OC fr years. 17 Extra Special About fty girls white dresses, from 2 to 14 year sizes, that soiu up to ?.&u eacn, some slightly soiled from handling, to close out in this sale 75c 6?c. gabardine cloths, during thi $1.50 pique Our finest $8.00 nntl $10.00 skirt", f poplin, sale, for wash skirts, reduced to $2.00 and $2.50 pique and ratine wash to 59c .. skirts, reduced $2.98 Over 600 Boys and Childrcns Knickerbocker Suits, at Great tions During this Clearance Sale. Don't Fail to Have Your Boys Fitted out for Present and Early Fall Wear With High $3.75 Grade Knee Suits, at Greatest Reductions Ever Offered crepe and serviceable $4.98 $1.95 for boy's sold at $3.00.knickerbocker suits, medium and dark shades, Sizes to OC for boys $3.50 Norfolk suits, blue, grays and, neat stripes, d0 98c W'0 suitable for present and school wear, all sizes 6 to yrs. Heduc- 7 All of our $1.00 and $1.50 knee pants, reduced for th'is sale. Muslin Underwear and Ladies Furnishing Goods Greatly Reduced During this Sale. Fifty dozen women's muslin gowns, skirts and combinations, lace and embry trimmed, sold up to 75c. Special during this sale AC Twenty-fiv- e C 16. at 4SC 17 41 AtZ $3.00 wash skirts reduced to ready-to-we- colors, including some all wool blue serges, all sizes up to 18 years. ?C ipOiDu tfJO wool $5.00 fr boy's best styles,strictly allshades,knickerbocker suits, leading medium and dark best Norfolk 10 Jl 23c C h 72 inches wide. yard extra quality pure linen, 72 inches witle, $1.25 table linen. 100 dozen linen, cotton nntl turkish towels, specially reduced for this clearance sale. Kcduced to 8c, 12c, 18c, and 23c 98c Women's nnd misses $4.00 trimmed hats, reduced to $1.98 $5.00 trimmed hats, reduced $2.98 to $0.00 and $7.00 trimmed hats, reduced $3.75 to $8.00 nnd $10.00 trimmed and pattern hats, during this sale $5.00 for Choicest of our finest hats, that sold up to $18.00 $7.50 for Great Reductions Offered From One large table of hats for women, misses nnd children, reduced to One table of ready-towennd untrimmed hats, for women, misses nnd children, reduced to $1.98 $6.75 for our rt up00toand years. knickerbocker and J12.00 suits. Sizes 18 bffOik Cft OUC Men's and Bojb' Summer Underwear, Reduced for this Clearance Sale garment for men's nnd boys' good quality shirts or drawers, balbriggan and athletic styles, ankle or knee length drawers long and shot sleeve shirts. 22c garment, 39c balbriggan,choice of men's best 50c shirts or drawers, including porous or athletic, all sizes up to boy's open work, or ribbed summer union suits. for 23c all sizes. for 45c and boys' best quality union suits, porous knit, derby ribbed athletic styles. 4G. Corsets gowns nnd to JfC All of our fine $1.50 nnd up to $2.00 gowns, skirts nnd princess QC slips, during thi al? 25 dozen nice quality corset covers, lace, embry and ribbon trim- - QO med, reduced to Extra nice quality corset covers and shadow lace Camisoles special One lot of $1.00 and $2.00 corsets, discontinued lines, but all sizes in 3Q the lot, close out Best $1.00 nnd $1.50 C. B. QQ $1.00 nnd $1.25 skirts, reduced TTQ dozen 5OC aOC . At HOC OJC O fC CA OU O TrOC f"nil in Best $2.00 C. B. Corsets rf reduced to PX 12 quality women's gauze vests, reduced l-- men's good quality union suits. sizes. These garments come V. D." sleeveless 85c for men's porous knit lisle thrend ribbed "B. union suits. nthletic to Humphrey Downer Auntie, Hyle Park Hanilsomc announcenunts have been here, reuduiK as follows 11 r and Mrs Samuel Humphrey aiuioniKo the marriaut oi their ilauglitir Nniie I'stelle to Mr. Charles Thomas Downer WrclncMlay culling. June the twenty Fourth imm.'Kcii hundred and fotirtedl At home after the tenth 3418 Duncan iecivid All lace nnd swiss curtains heavily reduced. All white goods, India linens grently retlueed in this clearunce sale. Hundreds of other items in our dry goods nnd notions department during this clearance hale. About ten dozen white nntl colored waists, home slightly soiled ami mussed from handling, sold up to $1.50 to close out during this sale, CACll Our Greater Shoe Department. Our assortment is most complete, und our stock larger than ever before You will have no trouble in finding Just what you want, in our greater shoe store at a girol saving. Over 5000 pairs of Men's Ladies, Boy's Misses and Children's Shoes und slippers have been heavily reduced for this clearance sale. Lot 1. Over 300 pair women's nnd growing girls $2.50, $3.00 nnd $3.50 oxfords, pumps, und ties, patents, gun metals, velvets, nnd nil the popular leathers, low, medium and high heels, all sizes tf 1 A 2 1 to 7. Clearing out price white crepe nnd voile waists, very newest models, during OP OOC this sale, each 1.00 white lingerie, voile $2,50 und nnd crepe waists, during this sale $1.50 w unliable k waists, special Twenty-fiv- e dozen women's silkntcen, nnd sateen petticoats, in oil the variety of shades, that sold up to $1.50, special during; this sale QC each $1.00 petticoats, during this 7C 45c $ Lot 2 Ladies' und growing irirls low and hluli heel, low shops. In nil the popular leathers, nil sizes in this lot, regular $3.50 tf 1 QIZ and $4.00 grades. Clearing out price ., PX .0 &J r sale price Twenty-fiv- e Great Reduction in Men's and Boy's Dress and Work Shirts during sale 100 dozen men's high grade dress shirts, tho very newest patterns and styles, neck band, collar attached and with soft cuirs, regular "7Q $1.25 nnd some $1.50 quality, sizes 14 to 1,7, extra special One lot of broken sizes nnd some slightly soiled, of $1.25 and CQ $1.00 shirts, to be sold nt Twenty-fiv- e dozen celebrated Manhattan shirts, regular $2 d 1 OP P X .OO quulity, sizes up to 17, in this clearance sale Regular $2.00 nnd $2.50 Manhattan Shirts Q J .OJJ in this sale, for Fifty dozen best quality work shirts, cut extra full, special Ay JC 19c quality lisle gauze vests, during this sale ImC Best 25c quality lisle gauze 1Q vests, sale price 12 C Women's lace trimmed gauze weight union suits, reduced to 23c AC in OC OJC ..............,......,......,..,.,, high grade dozen boys gj I , Staple Every Day Notions Greatly Reduced During Our Sale. Lustre Crochet cotton sansilk, etc., nil desirable shades, black und white, special during this sale, per OL am quality, special blouse wuists, best 50c Oi ft OQ C $3.00 all-bil- $1.79 $1.95 70C lOC Lndies, Misses and Children's shoes nnd slippers, broken lines, but ull.sizes in the lot, per pair. Lot 3. 98c bi EEYE LAG! 0000 fOR THE EYtS Wfc'i-- i fTttfT AND CYtS ONLY Mile Bo soil Iblnh Ihnt wnlrr.s. mitlurx lo'tls-su" iirs uuliirolr uur titat kite. KrunillMlril Hit. l' ualiirnIT Mr alkthl. KrtHlh. uu li nn k.l l.XtJI.irr.YI. HVI.lt: uU J HKHlll. 1 in Pure bilk black and colored petticoats, beautiful made with wide pleated flouncing, specinl during P 1 OQ P Oiv thU sale Queen Quality Slippers, Pumps, Colonials; all reduced in this Sale $4.50 Queen Qunlity I $1.00 Queen Quality I $3.50 Queen Qunlity I low shoes I low shoes tfjo C low shoes Q now now now Lot 4. 200 pulr of men's $3.60, $4.00 and $4.60 Walk-Ove- r nnd IUco nnd Ilutchins low shoes, in patents, gun metals, nnd tans, broken lines, but all sizes in this lot 1 QJJ QC AC1 clearunce price fine low shoes, All Walk-Ove- r All boys low nnd high shoes, reduced in this clearunce snle, rtductd from 25c to 50c pair, zsc to lie on tne pair. in this clearance sale. 60 pair ladies boudoir slippers, Old Lady comforts, shoes and speciul 93c per pair. s'lpjers, ut reduced prices. 4A ft ft T.lll vw.OU e J)0.10 J1.J70 rfn p.40 0 )Oj Men's and Boy's Straw Hats at a Great Iteduction. Men's $1.50 straw hats Q QC for men's and young C JpO.UOmen's $5.00 and $G now VDC pnnnmas. jjetJ'8 $2.00 8trav oj-hats, now P 1 -Fifty dozen high grade washable Men's $2.50 btraw four in hands neckwear, reduced ( ,. huts, now to 8c, 12c and 19c. fO Hundreds of Other Items loo Numerous to Mention, That Will Be Reduced in This Sale, Including Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags, Etc. Men's soft 'and stiff hats, at greatly reduced prices, including the celebrated John B. Stetson. Reductions to $1.35, $1.85, $2.65 and $3.50, hats thut sold up from $2.00 to $5.00 for men's extra heavy QC for best $1.50 matting wOC suitcases. quality $1.00 overalls. for best $1.00 drebs suit 1 Q for $2.00 &L fibre suit cases. cases. spool Good quality 5c pear buttons, during this sale, per dozen OC Q OC .OO - JI , dozen All sizes white or black hook or eyes, per card , box Talcum 10c quality fresh water pearl JC buttons, reduced to Good pins, per paper Good snfety pins, nil sizes, per O t ,aC OC Q OC A A OP OOC 7C Large cabinet wire hair Powder, per t r....4c rC lJ high-grad- o can BHBBBBBBHBBBBI ""P. K - j "The Mutual TWO ADDITIONAL REELS What you want in paint is one that flows freely from th brush, that spreads evenly , but has enough body to stay spread. You can shut your eyes and tell from the feel of the brush, as you paint, that HMllBiii"i"""i"W"""i"" J l" 4 ." THK UtTfcEtO JOUKWAb bTAHTOHP. KllftWC.tr. r!HT,.JPWK "WMW"" M, ll4. .0 - - GMw-Sy,,SBT- igg A Continued Story Seethe First Reel 3-REEL SHOW June 3Q You Are Sure To Get Interested. 013.11101 Q yjpQVSi JtlOUSe HERE IS WHAT The Penple'i What YOU NO RAISE IN PRICES OF ADMISSION Ayer's Sarsaparilla QfafXi WANT e m ' tea fc Changes tendency toward dltcue to tendency toward health. No alcohol. Sold for 60 yean. J. 0. A,r(V, Ask Your Doctor. Uw.n. M Market Place Adrer-titYou Hare to Sell & Insure votir tirnnprt vvv lh Bromley Bronilrv. Stanford. Kv. ppl m IHrdy TrtMf L:.;: ALLEN'S FOOT-EAS- E lor the Feci for mistier gpjBjKHKI'fmmr .MiiMrtimnnii turn pletc JSo. sample I'HUIU AiMrMS, Allrn ". Oltnilr.1, Nie AntiMiitle iwmtltr ViWn Into ihf Imk The Manalard Rm- - WE arc now handling the well known Dicrmg Farm Implements. Wc have anything from repairs to a mowing machine to a threslnng macninc com. Also hinder twine. Call on m before you buy C II, Carter and Son. 44-t- The Man who put the ttfca In FKET. Trrrlir Hoy, M.V. f COMMISSIONER'S SALE Wiaren, Stanford, Court FOR S LF - V phaeton, almost new to Mrs Jennie Wearcil and J D, Ky. 51-2 Hanna's Green Seal Paint smooth, elastic and tenacious. is You can feel it cling to the wood, and in after years you can see it cling. full-bodied, rF2vT llarrv Mills etc. Plfls Lincoln Omul vs II R Mills etc, Defts. W Weddlnii presents at Mueller's lew. elrv storr. sell Dakota Jack's Pursiunt to a judgment rendered b) the Lincoln Circuit Court at Us June, 1913 term the umler.siuticd cotunii. stone will on ing car, Kv. RFO touring car m good shape, will or trade for Ford runabout or tour Ci. 11. Masters, McKinney, 49-3 sWtr DAKOTA JACK Tb Northwcatctn Cimbuy ORIOINSTOa) INDIAN REMEDIES har nuda hi name famout all ovar tha Unitad Statat and Canada. Compotes! of Roota, Hrrba, Barki anal Harriet. Far treatment of Human Ditaatat. Monday, July 13, 19M WRITE me, telephone me, come and (Count) Court Day) at 1 o'clock P. see me about your home, carriages, There is no secret about making good, M. u; front of the "Court House door and automobile painting Paper hanging durable paint. The formula is on every can :r; kSan!nrd, Ky., iffcr for sale at pu'i- - : stiivilly Slmji mi Wrsl Main slrrrl m residence, JJ 'hc outcry to the highest and li- -t I"! TelephoneStanford, Ky Xo. the Green Seal Paint. . llclden, der, the following land in Lincoln counFOR SALE BY ty, Ky on the waters of Uuck Creek. Thrro It mnrf Cstsrrh In this wtln tt tit JmZEil lbr iIIwiki put totubtr.In M lteiiitmitig at beich thence tountrj tl"n all frw 1st Tract Xir ! until the L. L. SANDERS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. jrtn luao; ,! dortura 25 poles to poplar and while oak, is 25 InruraMr. a grrat Jrara -prunouncrU tt a local illiMaft auU tirrairltirj ltttal rL M oles to vvlulc iik, ami manic B. PRUITT, MORELAND, KY. G. ainl hj eonatanllx talllujt Id cure with 12a h SO K)Ies to Hickory ami popi.ir Lmal trratrurnt, pnHNiuiicpa It tnrurablr. ,vlrmV. 72 poles to stake in corner 42 lias prtitrn Catarrh to lt a n,nlltutlonal illsraae, am! tttrrrr.ir risiulrta ronailtutlonal trralmrnt J lot, 3 S 35 W 08 poles to beech at be FARM AND STOCK NEWS IIIl'a t'atarrti Curr, miniifirluri-,- lij r' J ginning containing .Hi acres more or Cbrnrx A Co., Tolrilo. Oblo, la thp imlr rmlltU' less. It la takrn Intwinllj tlonal mrv on the maratt In iliwa fnim tn dropa to a tra'pnnnfnl It acta 2nd Tract. Beginning at elm corj nn the bltml an,l mtimtia atirfares of W V. Ltllard, of Anderson county, ner, between Mrs Kd and II R. Mills the ajatrm. They nflrr imi. biinlrrl tlollara ff has 98 acres in tobacco this season. F. 8 poles. 13 links to a any raae It falls tn cure, Uttxl tor rlrtilara and line S 82 FOR SALE Sow and pigs, John white oak, thence vvitti 11 R. Mills' line tratlniimlata J. CIlKXr.V 4 CO., Toledo. Ohio, Addrras white oak 47 K)!cs to stake, near r Meier, Highland, K. T.V. IM.1 by stump, close to Elder line, N 13 W 3 Thoroughbred Jersey poles 3 links from black oak. the corTake Italia 1'amllj I'llla tor ccottlpatloo. FOR SLIi 50-cow and calf. Dr. A. S. Price. ner agreed between Mills and Hastin, E with McGuf-fcWANTED. 100 head of cattle to May 21, 1908, S 30 TURNERSVILLE graze on good grass W. L. McCarty, line 84, poles to little chestnut corThe wheat harvest Is now over and 49-Stanford. ner between Hastin and Martin thence everybody sccus to be well pleased with HOKSK UREAKIXG.- -1 will break Martin line S 58 W 18 k1c 17 links the crops. horses to ride or drive gentle. Thos. to beech on north side of branch, X 48 Every lody is rejoicing over a nice W 10 poles 20 links to elm at be- rain that fell a fctv nights a so, as it Hacklcy. R. F. D. 1. Stantord. ginning,' containing 2 acres more or was much needed FOR SALE. Full blooded ShropTalk With Me Before Insuring. Corn crops arc looking nice and evshire bucks. X. J. Cone, Morcland, less. 3rd Tract. Beginning at stake in erybody has them in very good shape 51-- 4 K) lane 88 F. 18 from Grcenbiirg ioles Mr. Arnold For man. of Racine, SALL. A good four-- ) ear-olWEAREN, The Insurance Man JESSE corner, thence leaving a 12 foot lane Mich., is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Jerse) milk cow with a heifer calf three from the house to road S 9 K 3d W II. Murphy. .eeki old. W. O. Walker, Stanford, poles to stake in yard S SO W Residence Phone 36 Everyone in this somnumity sympa51-- 2 Ky. Stanford, Kentucky 10 links from S. W. corner of Mam Office Phone 95 H Murphy in to SEALED bids for our surplus milk front room of house, thence with south thizes greatly her Mrs. W. Mrs. Pouill mother, the loss of from Jul) o, Jan, 1915, will be receued even with main building N 80 E 1 HXTMUWAnwiJUnat" 'a)llll Those on the sick list are, Mr Cecil until niKiii June 2vth Thoe wanting poles to S. E. corner of main room. .Manning, Mr. Hen Goodc and Miss to bid will see the secretary for terms S 73 E Mi poles to stake on Fast snU Mollie Lewi. ot sale. Stanford Creamery Co. 50-- 2 E 59 of branch with pointers S 15 Mi.ti Olga Myers is the guest of her X. Rogers, of Lancaster, bought poles to stake with pointers in out nli sister. Mrs G. K. Lutes. pole " maple, X E Arbuckle, of line X 81 a tr.are mule from Wm. Several from this place attended the 15 W 73 poles to white oak ami dedication at Morcland Kirloullc, for $200. poplar X 88 W 8 poles to beginU .iMen fill.'d his regular ap J. C. Fo, the prominent farmer of near Traylor's Distiller), bought ot ning, containing 20 acres more or less. poiiilmeiit here Sunday. 4th Tract Beginning at stone on 13 head Mr Brvan Ilradshavv is Mr. I. X Ureal tiooch, of Wa)ncst)urg, ot lambs and 45 head of ewes. They south side pike. S Mi E 18 dcs 16 links Cah's new clerk. V Zft poles 0 links to Opposite Coutt House jto stake S 6 Mr and Mrs. Jesse Martin usitcd .ucraged 75 pounds. I stone in Wright's line X F with Marion Warren, Mack Estes, Thom- Wright's line to Mills' line thence, near motives in Casey last Saturday and as (juoeh and other sheep raisers of 'north with said Mills' line to tne lane Sunday Mr Granville Lutes was bitten bv a the Uuck Creek section, hae recently leading to Stanford pike, thence with delivered a number of lambs to Green said line to pikethence with pike to be-- I snake one day last week, while gathering graas seed. Good) and other buyers at prices run- pinning containing 12 acres more or to 0 cents. ning from 5 less. COMMISSIONER'S SALE sold Gran Jones, near Buck Creek This sale will be made for the pur-x- e six head of cales to Gretn Gooch, tlic of division of the proceeds among v' L. Cordier. Plff Vait)eshurg buyer, this week at a good the children of the defendant suh'fet in vs Lincoln Circuit Court price Mr, Gooch also bought fie head mortgage for the sum of S324 with inof calves anil cows from Monroe terest from January 1. 1910 at 6 per '. P. Fads, etc., Defts. Thompson, in the same section. In obedience to a ludgment rendered cent. Said sale made on credit of six by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May Steers that had never had a mouthCommis ful of grain sold on the maiket the months, purchaser to give bond, with term, 1914, the undersigned L other day at $"J a hundred pounds. This sccuritv hearing fi ner cent interest from sioner, will on Monday. Tulv 13. 1QU is the highest prce ever paid for cattle ihtc of sale with lien rtain"l on Iiml I on any market that at some time in sold with force and effect of judgment. (county court day) in front of the court luiase door in Stantord. Ky., olfer for 3 Innc 24. 1914. (heir existence had not had grain. Thcy had been fed at Svvink, Colo., on su- E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. sale at public outcry to the highest and hest bidder, the following described gar beet pulp, alfalfa, eottonsecd cake Jand in Lincoln county, Ky, situated md molasses. MAKE WORK EASIER near Highland, Ky., and hounded as in FOR SALE. Threshing outfit Beginning at a stone on tin perfect working order. 500 bushels ca Stanford People Are Pleased to Learn tollows west side of a white oak on the county pacitv. 24 melt Ilclle City separator will How it Has Been Done road thence S 21 W 53 poles to a u thresh all kinds of grain and hull clov-"- T gar tree near the forks of a branch, It V. Iirnlto liqpil li- nllllflil fllltlasC 15 r -Fairbanks Morse " thence down said branch S 2 2 W 10 .j ith " a constantly '" aching hack; gasoline engine. The erv thing for our , W thence S 38 or two farmer together. I have saved i, ith annoying i.rinarv disorders. , s 40 w J7 , nearly its cost in getting my grain out Doan s Kidney Pills have made work ,. ',.,. Iirnllcl, ,,. Jo s Dv My land is all in easier. in good condition 18 K)lrs tn a poplar in fence JO $200 in faor of Gutman and the costs grass is tuv reason for selling Come COMMISSIONER'S SALE So thousands have gratefully testi- line and line of Carrier, thence with ot Hie action, bale made on a credit of and see it now at work on my farm. A. fied. E 02 poles to 2 Carrier's line X 85 . Carpenter, Morcland, K. Kumley Products Co.. riffs. ninety das, purchaser to execute bond They're for bad backs. letches in the brmch in a hollow, Lincoln Circuit Court bearing 6 per cent interest from date vs They're for weak kidneys. L. C. Dunn, the grass stripper, near thence up said branch X 24 1.2 W 42 until paid with personal security and Mt. Salem, bought a boundary of orWm. Gutman, etc., Defts. Stanford people gratefully recom- - IMiIes to a leaning horn bean nn the lieu retained on property sold to secure chard grass from John Hurton, for $5 mind Uoan s. In obedience to a judgment of the "ranch thence up said hrranch , 29 I' Lincoln Circuit Court at its May term the pa incut of said bond. and stripped 68 4 bushels of seed 'Off and on for several years I ,,unce N ,7 Ji4 oles 10 a 51-- 3 June 24, WW. says jonn I1' 4, it. Mr. Dunn savs this is one of st vcre anacKS 01 lame commissioner the undersigned f'om ,rc (ll.Ice x - ,.4 W 8 ikiIcs to ren engineer at.electric plant, o vill o.i E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. the best grass seed seasons he has H. wllilc ,,kt tlll.Ilcc N- n w ,'6 M(It.. . vyiieu 1 ever knrwn. He has recently stripped j.. .tiuiu Monday, July li, 19M luiiioru branch thence N 9 W 13 (countv court day; in front of the court grass seed for the following parties: work that required stooping and at twites to a imiilar, thence X 74 W9 Picnic at Dripping Springs C M Mack. Everett Carson. M 11. times the backache became much worse. jmles to the beginning and containing house door in Stanford. Ky., offer for Proprietor John D. Wilson, of Drip-pin- u Carson. Will North. Grant North. J. I also had a too frequent desire to pass 43 sale at public outcry to the highest and less. acres more or Springs, is arranuinc for a hie I, Hanker. .M. M. Dunn. Eugene Dunn the kidney secretions both day and hest bidder the following property Said sale made on a credit of sir Doan's Kidney Pills relieved mouths, purchaser to execute liond w'ith One 16 horse power Geiscr engine day there on July 4th. There will be an G. C. Lyon. John McKinncy, S. H. night. one IG.horxe power boiler, and one saw picnic with plenty of :rood niighman, Henry McKinney. Sam Mr. me and have never failed to benefit me approved personal security, bearing 6 rig complete with saw and belt to make i things to cat and cold drinks, and since then, when I have taken them." i Kinney. Squire Gann. J K. Baughman. per cent interest from date until paid, complete mill is invited to come and hrinjr Ins S. 1 Powell. R L. Berry, James Reid. Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simp- and lien retained on land to secure Said sale is made for the urK.e of family The admission fee will he 50 (John Burton, Henry Hudson, Josiah ly ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's of said bond. ;nforciuK judgment to the amount of ; cuits. Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Wren Ipavmeu! 24. 1914. Bishop, and others. 51.1 51-- 3 n had. Co., Props., Buffalo. N. Y. ,E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. ' of w. srvs. 6-- 4S Dar' Treatment, Dakota Jack'aCowlMrLlnlmrnt Soap, Price 10c. 3 ban DAuta Jack't Crcme ruraley't Indian I letbt Au. St 00 23 25 29-tf- om salb at . Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack't Homo Addreaa: Atlanta, Cau ytiSm r OP i If fuiil-i-r- PURSLIY'S INDIAN HERBS trln4-.lp- The Old and Reliable Agency We Have a New Sickle Grinder that will interest you farmers. it llrei-tt- Slop and Nothing but the Largest and Best Companies Represented. State Made Rates. Settlements Prompt and Liberal. 0. Uje Oldest in Central Kentucky 60 YEARS AN AGENCY 60 50-t- lrnl.t, 2 -2 y farm drain tile. Also A carload of sewer pipe and Come to "The Farmers' a car of fresh lime just received. Supply House" for anything you want. see work. Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a Bemis. It is line for replanting. 51-J- p. 2 W. H. Hig'g'ins d 72-H- O 4 0 Go To 0 BANK WITH AN OLD AND SUCCESSFUL BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. T. D. Newland's ii. 1 I For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. I It Is Seeking Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It 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. The only place to get them -2 TOBACCO-HAI- INSURANCE 51-- AT L. L. SANDERS, Bromley & Bromley Crab Orchard. horse-Hjw-- - "'" ,'"""'", 11 1 J ...,. W al-t- f. l 3-- inl j, i!"v I -- Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. 3- I irc-vi- to-w- GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky I'oster-Milbur- UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. V. D. and Porousknit I rraaaaaauEiaai ... wfth Electricity jus-er- f BeTVa"? -j. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Hickory- - Iron FbplarvSldes t vlH ? vC?s: Adjusl&lie Drate Lever gJJSftH act td any Arle .1 '$ ""ts; Bolster StaKeal jlron Welded Hub Bonds cf Sable I nicKoryCleato4 Reinforced IBobtcro White Oak IronbAnds fonArvittnr Ana prcased on ty arcuuio rreasure iTougb Oak Hubs I lfteJieatie Lend Sleevel lOKein nanOrefiKoble- nvetedthruandthrul lMflllerhle -- Frrmi Hmml inaie braces rront Bottom rinforced over . I , ugrit nunmng nign uraae ntcKory I . mm BiSii riiTTMn bolsters U&K - Olde or OpoKe lellrwi ,pj river getvrtvndkeepalnlir trracrv rugm Light Drcsft could talk it would recommend the Ford. The man who obeys the voice of economy invests his dollars in the Universal car. lie knows it serves his every nurpose best and at lowest cost, miy yours today. $500 is U your pocket-boo- k tfr&JT&t KlBBVSSaiaBBBBBBl Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from the touring car is $550, f.o.b. the price of the Ford run-abou- t, RIFFE BROS.. .iUSTOINVILLE, KENTUCKY McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agents Lincoln and Casey Counties. for 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 cattle, mma,ke 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 FEEDS J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY