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Eras, r. id.,, J. k H 'lET1 ii-"- "" J Hti JKr Farm M ",'' Mf Farmers 0Mt i ii ""J-C-PA- tr f" IMO-S- Mh News sad Than aajr 1 I la Mm 5UI. -- J I This Paper Stops Wha Your Tim It up Watch the Date Oa Label aad Renew Your Subscription Promptly, ' 1 I T li&imkik YEAR. . XOlfttt- -' :: i:V.viv" t R j a, . STANFOW, NARROW r . i LINCOLN COTXTY, '. TTIB1 J aL... CAtkfe S.- . TUESDAYS III i l.v W.ALCORN ' AWAY SUNDAY, "" Wlf4)4 ;f r "sV & Cltlien And Lawyer (X.Maaterd Diet Here After Shut Illntit yi!iJ. V Alcorn, wlioc serious 'LLu.t been nulcd ill previous issue i..i.v. ill- -' xtt.'-ift -- -: na.sed to his reward at .riri.w.ti in, l Stanford a"' I', t "V K . f w v ? IV" f r t r' was loved ami rcspectcei oy knew him. The end war,.'.?. peaceful that Hie surrouhdhi by his bedside hardly we ulina il came. On nccoilllt Of Hit UU- vaneid years Krc.it apprchcnion a to ., (lie OUICOme hs mi iiunt ms. nothing' was "left undone that could be accomplished by scientific nursing and the bout medical skill, James Walker Alcorn was born in the Pc ion's Well section of Lincoht county July, 1838, atid Lincoln crnui- ls wHAl) (fir M tiiC Uvif l m ty UW? fflM I, useful life was spent Within it of his t t: i I.. .. il lOUnUS. Ul IIKUHMII aiiwwsi ire n ! sen vi miivu nip'iii j inc Walker and on both sides was connect Jd with some of the most prominent jes of the Slate. rccciveing his education at Crn- a lew' Eullcgc. which institution P. 0. SALARY LOWERKD since conferred tiion him the dc- study of nf l.L. I) he began the Stanfotd One Of Two Offices In at Stanford when A) years of age State To Be Decreased July 1 Ins distinguished kins- liic office of man. the late Co) T P Hill, and a Fifly-scvipostmaitcrs in Kentucky licenscil in November 1S58 He evinced will get their salaries raised the first cIhmcii professuch proficiency in his of July on account of their increased sion that he was taken into partner- business of their office The salaries ship by his preceptor and almnt the of two offices are lowered, anil as luck same time appointed Master Commis- will luve have it, Stanford is one of the sioner of the Lincoln County Circuit two which, of course, is not the mot Court. welcome news m the world to StanIn September 1j2. Mr Alcorn tlK" in ford's xt,ii!.ir new iostmistrcss, Miss the prime of manhood, joined the Con- Mary llrucc. The revenues of the lofederate army and was a member of the cal office fluctuate considerably eacl. famous cavalry commanded by the year, hovcr. and it is :ud to be very John II Morgan He ivas with this proluhlc that the office will go back to daring leader in all of Ins fanvius the f"rmer salary ue.xt year. The inraids until he was captured in Ohio on creases ami decreases are worked out that iiml drtlinB-- of all of Morgan's on the amount of revenue ot each e raids After this l.e was confined for 1 be salaries of postmasters at some time in Camp Chase, a militar.' the following office's arc to be increasprison He vas a brave soldier and at. ed JflHU per ji'ar, the new salaries to be tamed the rank of adjutant, and be also as follows Aslda'id, JfJ.SU); Heaver , acted at assistant adjutant general. Dam, llrnton, Herea, When the rauc for which he fought SI.'AJO; Carlisle. ?1.NJU; Carralltun. was lost, Mr. Alcorn resumed the pracCave City , ?l,.i); Columbia, tice of taw in M.iulxd in partnership (orydoii, ?l,l'Jtl; Cyntliiana, with Cot Hill ami this was the leadDanville JiiUI Kddyville, ing firm in this sec'iou until Scptem-1.c- r lilkton. J1.50J; Fleiuuigsbitrg. $1.. IKS, when it wa dissolved. (JO; (jlasj-ovv?.',.k0; 0 ray son, $,JlX); As a lawyer it may be truly said of Ctecnup. ?I,.U)0; $1,700; the deceased that he was the etpial of Hardiusbiirg, $100; Harrodslmrg, orthe very bet Having the Inchest Hartford. $1,100; Hawesville, der of intellect, an auatvttcat mm, I, Hicknnn. ?J,MiOMIopkiiisille. unerring judgment, fine discrimination Jenkins. Jl.ru); Kcvil. $1,100; between right and wrong, imtirini: en l.liOO; $I,X); Leitehfield, ergy, he took high rank in his profes l.exinutun. SJ.5(K): l.ivrnii.ire. S1.200: sion from the first and for nearly four I Marjon, $I,AW; Millersburg. ?1,5(X); decades he lias been recoguiicj as one Monticcllo. AIorehe.nl, of Ihc ablest lawyers in the State. His All. ernoii, $1,100; .Murray, $1,8(10; ability in the law was not confined u Nicholasville, Sl.'.tiO; C)ciisloro, ', his knowlcdKe of it for he was a skilll'restonliurg. $IVW; Richmond. His $2,500; Scoltsvillc, $1,500; Sebree, ful and successful practitioner. merit has always been rccognwei! and Shelby ville. Smiths Grove, during the whole of bis nicer l.e lias $1.M; Sturgis. $I,l0; Warsaw. $1,. had a large practice. Williamsburir, ?I,WK); Williams, For many years he has been one of town, $1,500; Winchester, the District Attorneys of the Loiusvi.le Those increased $200 annually are: & Nashville Railroad Company and was llrooksvile. ?1J00; Catlettsburg. held in the lugheM esteem b 'be ofHarlan, $1,500; Jackson. S1.00; ficials of that great corHra i i He has Pincvillc. $1,900; Wihnore. $1,400. also been the legal itprrsri't itive of The salary at I Lizard is raised from nearly all the corporations ofthe conn $1,200 to $1,500. while tho.e at Dixon tv His eiicrgv knew no bounds. It was and Stanford arc decreased $100 each. s.iid of him that he Could io 'be Wolk The new offices at Kuttawa, Morgan-towit three men. winch is li.irlly n ex. Owingsville and Russell have ifggtratioii. been created during the year, and Van Judge lcorn vvjis K)sosscd of many Leal has been dropped from presidenluible trait, of character, conspicutial to fourth class. ous among many which was his kindness, lie was ever rca.fy to aid the Sallow complexion is due to a tcjrpid poor with his means or with his ser- liver HF.RU1XP. purifies and gives vice There was never a belter friend to the liver and bowels strenutb nnd re- the yiutiK lawyer and he was never tonjMorc the rosy bloom of health to the busv or tired to render him the needed cheek Price 50c. Sold by Shugars' lirug More, Mantonl. l.ync tiros.. Crab assistance'. As a citueu be took ureal pride m Orchard the progress of his county and town Dr Willis Says Beckham's a Winner and was always one of the moving A dispatch from Winchester to the spirits in efforts toward improvements. city papers Saturday said: Dr. R. L. Iloth county and town owe him no Willis, of Lexington and Crab small debt of gratitude for the mileage a prominent physician, who has been of turnpikes, railroads, educational visiting relatives is in this county, institutions and other valuable im. conv meed, after traveling extensively provcmiiits. over the state, that Mr. Ileckham will On September LI. lHo3, Judge Mcom rlie the winner in the Senatorial race by was married to Alls Sophia F. Ken. a vote eiul to tl.at of both Gov. drick. of Somerset, and u survived by and Air. Stanley. Dr Willis has hei ami five of even chtldiett and also been making some political observations by one sister, Airs. W. 11. Higgins, of to satisfy his own mind, and has come this place. The children arc Mrs. J. N. to the t!i:at the election will .Misses Kate, Patlie and Saunders, he a landslide for Mr. Ileckham. In Sophia Alcoiu, and Kcndriek, who Lincoln county, where he has been rehas been his father's law partner for siding, he said Atr. Beckham would get the past several years. as many votes as his opuments. The heartfelt sorrow of the whole (twice lie says be has found Ileckham sup. community goes out in sympathy to porter by the hundred in every place the crushed ones left behind. Of him he has visited, and declares the trend it may be truly said "well done," for of opinion is undoubtedly in favor of he was a successful man, a model citiAir. zen, a kind neighbor, an affectionate and indulgent husband and father and 'OL'R MUTUAL filkL" begins to. Christian, being a mema consistent night at the opera liaise. Don't miss the ber of the Stanford Presbyterian church. first reel. 'Ihc funeral services will take place at liic r,eiit.n,'i. nn clr.rt nl aK 1'ienty ot Time to liat :.. .i f...- - II I ILJt. !II9 Sit p It'll ..I....1. .i.i. ..i 11' I It FIJI I mm .i. Ill t4 til. 'I an, i a In the lluffalo Springs p31llj0.iv aACI aavm .. uiui itii'iij itiuiiK ferment will be 0)I3I1;S MO,s M lloX cemetery. the h.viit of eatinK tin) raiiidly you are inost likelv suffering from or enustipatiou, which wilt reTeething babies ilvvays have a hard lime of it when this process occurs in sult eventually in serious illness unless Digestion begins in the hot weather. They not only have to corrected contend with painful gums but the mouth. Food should be thoroughly and insalivated, Then when stomach is disordered, bowels loose and masticated the body uncomfortable. The best help you have u fullness of the stomach or led dull and stupid after rating, lake you can give the little sufferer is Tablets. Many It corrects one of Chamberlain's MMlY P.LIXIR. sour stomach, cools and unlets the bow. lev ere' cases of stomach trouble and il ami help diucstion. Price 25c. and constipation have been cured by the use tablets. "They; are easv to 50c per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug of these Store. Stanford. Ky., and I.yne Pros.. take and most agreeable in effect. Sold by all dealers. Crab Orchard K. Lionet who alt wlib Falm and walehcrs .basTt lis most prominent citizen amJ t- . rt ....-.- i.. traia Brtat Maty to VnMrM which has One uf the .largest-Crowd- s attended u funeral in Stanford in several years was here wis afternoon to pay tHc last tribute 'i$ respect and esteem to the .menWMef Judge Alcorn. The L. Ik N. ra.lrdhd, of which he was an important oIlJaTfof many years, run a ifccTal tralifrom Pineviltt to brnt-al- l of,j)tmfmtvJs who desired to airtsthe.Hwerli frun that part of Ilk? Stiile. C W., Mctcaltc. oi Pncvillc. ma'til' the.iig delegation, which was Wtjijxncd oAllie loilow rom MiJll?ltrt O. Ji. iiullings-wprtli- , li. JJ Johnson, J. H, bampson, k. L. Maddux, K. J. Francis, M. 11. Ho. Iier, G. A, Pcjlon, U. IL Perkins. Prom prncvillcJ, C. Jones, J.obert Yanbcbcr, II. C Kicc, W. II. Hilton, 1 II, Ugan, A. F. Pursifall T. D. 1, 0. LebovV, C Hurst, D. C Ilurchjcld, William Arrcs. , From Uarbourtille 11. C. Faulkner. jr.. ,W. II. McDonald, W W. Tinsle), W;.M. Tye, P. D. Illack. W. C, Faulk-- , ncr W,, A, Stariiill. James D. Dlack. lrom Livingston W. O. Dilly, Fred Owilltl I T ( Vti,r. tprom All. Vernon L. W. Ilitbiirum. Kdwif Albright, J. W. Ilrown, 0. M. Hallard,!'.. K. Oentrv, A. .,, Lovell, Willis Vdanis. K. II. Williams, C. D. Sin lot) and T. J. Niceley. ftateial NELSOJTS A ESCAPE bVrolars make Vik DaaTrM; KKctrlcUn ' WIU.Aoto la To Has CIom Call Wtst Kad nf Ar-nol- ii Kat-la- ut post-oflic- jfl.-IC- ?!.-M- ); $J,-JC- ?l.-iW- I; . Ciree-iivill- $.',-.W$1,-20- $.!.-A- $1,-A- A; $2,-40- Kldd's Store, June JO liverjr mention of a near tragedy near Irvine Allen's in our south suburb last Thursday produces a shudder in realization of jcapc from apparently Ihc Inevitable.' Mr. F.dd Nelson, of into harbor Danville, was crawling vviiii his disabled 2,000 pound touring car when occasion arose fur an adjustment in front. Neglecting to throw it out of gear the machine was unexpect edly started and no escape possible. Realizing his horrible plight Air Nelson, an athlete, adjusted his lxdy with of his bead reference to protection and with Sams'.i:tiin strength heaved the machine to elevation which assured its transit with no greater injury than a crushed ankle and slightly bruised ami abraded shoulder and back. The machine chanced to be headed for a near telephone oic anil hroiiidil up agiiust it without dimagc. Heing alone Atr Nelson had no alternative but to await succor which arrived soon and dejHisitcd I. mi here Io await a car immediately ordered from Danville. Only extraordinary presence of mind' and Spartan determination in dcfiahcc of calamity won the day. I'iiioriiiiit here was burbled lately. Only bed flour, bacon ;.nd totucco vvrrc missed. Hounds trailed rapidly, but did not tree. Toe marks indicated a p.'Mir had scaled near wall to gable windoA' ami transferred loot through a ground-floo- r window to a confederate. Ileal trips may cut some ice at next foray. Airs. Gallic Jeffers, of Louisville, is with Air ami Airs. Fred Jeffers. .Viss Jessie Tucker, of Hustouville, and her cousin, .Miss Alary O. Jeffers, a country lassie, have been charming Kiirsts of their granny .mil grandad All have not been able to complete tobacco setting by "making a season." and Kor success has been the rule with most all who have been driven to that last resort. Corn continues a successful struggle with the drouth except on a few fields which are t.vistiug t!i-- ir protest against deep plowing which the murderously dates back to progcnitots of the Tertiary era. Prayers for rains arc louder and longer than were those of two months ago lor less ram and there is no sign more encouraging tlmii a local sage's ?) wise adjuration to expect no rain till up. And he is not this ctry spell the authority who once gravely announced that "haster Sunday comes eii a Chuseday this cr." Fringes of clouds which delayed neighliors have not always even shed a few tears on our distressed condition. Thcv do say ,i certain saintly soul has been sorely shocke'd by the ptofana-tioof the Sabbath by neigliboK, who improved a few morning hours by setdried ting tobacco before the out ind will seek a soothing indict mc-- u by next grand juiy Suiely the un do move Another daughter, is a late addition to Atrs. Win Holt's interesting trio. Col. Alasou Popplcwcll has gotten home after his annual spring visit to his few surviving km and civil, war comrades of Russell and Wayne counties. A series of interesting and sermons at Frye's Creek church was discontinued because of the torrid wave which continues to stifle us. One of the best horses of our stage lute died of heat last week. Ninety nine to one hundred and four degrees at kiosk luve been regular daily registrations so long that no one challenges verdict that All records have been shattered. Partial rains have bien very partial but never to us. Lucien Ilium, of Columbia, was in town last Frday. bre-ak- s u g ALMA The people of this section, of the country, are greatly in need of rant, it has been the driest season ever known Crops are almost a failure Alr. Alary Parson and daughter re turned to their home in Oklahoma ufte,r several weeks' visit to her mother, Airs. Logai. l'.stes. Mauv people are glad to hear of the good confession of Henry Williams. He was baptized Sunday by Kev, James Cummins. Rev. Aleece filled his regular up-poiiitmeut at Oak drove church Sat unlay and Sunday. On Saturday night he gave a very interesting lecture on ellovv-"Scenes on a Trip Through stone Park." 1. C. Payne was through here Sunday ami Alonday lecturing for the lioud Issue in Pulaski county One of Willie Hays' blwiys is vey ill with spinal trouble and is not expected to survive. Atr. Dave Chamberlain, a progressive farmer and active citizen of this vicinity, is contemplating on leaving the state. He says the fertilizer has burned his corn crop to death and he can not live in this state. He will drive through to Illinois. A blious, half-sicfeeling, loss of energy, and constipated bowels can he- relieved with surprising promptness by tisine. IIKRIHN'IL The first dose brings improvement, a few doses puts the system in fine, vigorous ainditiou. 1 rice 50c gold by Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford. Ky., and Lyue Bros,, Crab Orchard, Ky. k Ore-har- ry IV I imli-gesti- Me-firp- 'S team ot Lancaster Royal K. P. Fair Colt Stake Dlds Fair To Be a Hummer Jhls Year Arcli chapter No. 50 will confer the i Royal Arch on nine Ma.sons at Liberty Notwithstanding tin great interest fires in Friday evening, 'One frftM Hurglars paid another pleasant lit which is beng manifested by horsemen tie call tu Stanford, last Friday night ser'ml 'month' vfsld Beyle vcewrty Wesley Embry, who has a nice iosi- - in the K. P. Fair's $1,000 saddle stake when a couple of residence tin LOgan Sunday afternoon when seventy aeres to be decided at the exhibition hcr' of wheat belonging (d"Mr. Mitchell tion in the' office of State Supcrinten avenue, were visited atjd the lum of Hamlclt. August 19, 20 and 21, scarcely less in realized from the raids. The Taylor and forty acres wheat belong- -, dent of Public Instruction $2.50 attaches to the Colt Stake, which SiiniJaywilth his mother, Atrs. J. homes of V. S. Embry and IL M. New-lan- d itig jo Mr. Epperson went:, destroyed, I spent ... . will be a feature of the first day of j; lithbry, iicte, were selected by the gentlemen of along witii a lot ot oilier property, the fair. Some of the fanciest bred pr burglarious tendencies as probably the says Monday's Danville Advocatelt .is Count Atmey AV. S. Uttrch has youngsters in the state have been ensaid that the tire started near the rail-'- ! . . most profitable to enter. Friday night . a tered for ihr $100 prire and th ' ' " was one of those hot ones, and Mr. road and spread rapidly toward the promises to be unusually keen a sevcic i 01 aiiacK Ncwland retired and left of his front being fanned by a brisk wind. Aside wccKjwun from the wheat, a frame stones. Ills many friend will be glad to this year. The youngsters cntercdare" which entrance door open, throng, kuov( that he is Improving rapidly now. the progeny of several of the. most Jivas effected. The in ruder got $2.50 residence of eight rooms and chicken fashionably sires now in the stud in of his trousers' pockets and then house on the farm of Atilchell Taylor out The I. J. is mighty proud of the large Kentucky. Colts have been entered by else, were reduced to ashes.. In one of the number of news letters that" appeared left without touching anything the following well known breeders: so far as known. At Kmbry's almost barns there were one hundred bushels from its country correspondents in the Dick Scuddcr 3; T L. Mcsser 2; through of corn, farimni implements and other next door, entrance was forced Keep up the good work and Thurmond & Peters, of Springfield' 2; things. Four or five himdrcl panels of last issue. the screen door in the rear. The burlet us have a letter once a week from W. II. .Murphy 1; R. AI. BlackerSpV glars then visited the bedroom in fence were burned and practically all alt parts of this and adjoining counties. W. II. Sc S. M, Denny, of Garrard 1 & the furniture belonging to Atr. Sam which Atr. and Atrs. Kmbry were R. C Hocker I; Airs. Richard TaskcrX Wheeler, who lived in the house which peacefully sleeping and picking up Air. Robert II. Coffey returned to his Lowndes, of Danville 2. I'mbrj's tr"UTs off a ebnir the was destroyed. There was no insurance headquarters at Youngstown, O., on bed, carried them to the kitchen and on any of the property, A lot of mea Sunday after a couple of weeks' vaca-tilo- u The Farmers' Home Journal horse of went through them hut. failed to se- dow was also burned. Hundreds spent here with his parents, Col. notes had the following of interest to anything of value. Air. F.mbry IK'ople hurried to the scene of the blaze and Mrs. Joseph CotTcy. Mr. Coffey cure s-and helped to fight it. It is stated that is one of the best men on the road of linrsemen in the section : regrets very much that he did not R. II. Lillard, of Lewrcnccburg, lias awaken during the midnight visitation the fire started from sparks from an the Garlock Packing Company. bought from J. W. Garrett, the seven ,, as he would undoubtedly have made it engine on the railioad, although the .. i ca; olu :a(mle "anion. Highland l.ce Advocate has not talked to anyone who big Fifth Sunday A program for a much warmer for the caller for a while ,,c " "y '"Rnianu wcnmarK iw. as be sleeps with a Colt's automatic saw the fire when il originated, ft is meetirfg to be held at the Hustonville0"J'' of I!,ack Squirrel 58, out of Nan- 5nn reported however, that a number of Baptist church in August, is being ar-;- a very handy. ,','e ,U' a "SMcr of .Monto. Lnsto On Sunday night, the home of C. II. prominent citizens saw the fire when ranged here today hv a committee of !? 59. Carter, in the same neighborhood, was it first began and that it spread so prominent ministers of this district. rapidly that it could not be checked They are Dr. AI. D. Early, of Stan-forAllen S. Edelen, of Burgiti, has purentered, and the lurglar was identified Rev, Albert Aladdox, of Huston-vill- e chased from R. II. Lillard, of Lawrence-burby Robot until it had run its mad course. Kvcu as a short, stocky and Rev. J. L. Adkins, of Perry Carter, who saw him running toward large shade trees at the residence for the nine year old saddle stallion, Pisgah Denmark 2406. He is sired by the railroad after he hxl been frighten-e- d many years occupied by Air, and Airs. ville. Emerald Chief 21.(2, a ion of Bourlton out of the house. Young Atr. Carter George Burke were burned to the Mrs. Alary AtcUec and son, Raymond Chjef 976. Dam Belli-- G. 2778 had not been asleep when be beard ground. A lot of chickens belonging to a daughback on a some one moving about the hall, am! Air. Sam Winder found place of safe- of Beech Grove, Ind., arc ter of Harrison Chief 1606. visit to relatives and friendj here where he got up when he heard his sister get ty in a grass plot that did not burn. James Cochran, ot near Alackville, they lived for a number of years. Ray up. He heard u man run through the formerly worked in the I. J. office and sold recently his Chester Dare mare Beckham Speaks at Mt. Sterling ball to a rear door, and ran for a pistol the many friends he mad? while here, with coit by Bohemian King to V. which was in Ins parents' room, lly the Alt. Sterling, Ky., June 27. One of will be slad to that he has "made Elliott, of Perryvillc, at a price said tune he had secured it, the burglar was the largest crowds that has attended a good" in his new hone. He is now em to be a long one. This mare is consider, well out of range-- but Air. Carter easily political speaking here in some time n Big Four railroad in an ed to be one of the best marcs in saw that he was a negro and short and gathered to hear Gov. Ileckham Sat- ployed by the county, while the filly has great important capacity. stocky in build. urday present his claims for the Sena. style and action. There is said to have been quite a torial nomination. News comes from Cedar Creek that Limy S, Bonta, of Harrodsburg. was cleaning up of old pistols and firearms Gov. Beckham is very jKipular in this Col. J. P. Chandler, the silver tongued has county, and prior to the address a num- autioneer, is still epiite ill with heart in Louisville this week and while there since the epidemic of burglaries he visited the office of the American be'coinc so pronounced, and somebody's ber of voters called on him at .the ho trouble and has not shown the improve- Saddle Horse Breeders Association to going to get bis bead shot off one of tel to assure him of their support and ment that his host of friends could (arrange for the registration of his -these fine nights, if this thing keeps up. ...:.. iiuiui . ii.. ..i i ...i. voi cnaiiuiir is suiicii:ik -- i . . in tns race. wish. ' chronic heart trouble Fears are enter- - I Bonta The former Governor was introduc thinks that from present indica- , . Ben Bryan Breaks Four Ribs ed bp Judge E. W. Scuff, who at one l.lilliu lll.ll lis II ill not uv ill' ill .i.ut. tioiis this colt will be the "Conquering Hen Court, ami tor the Brodhead fair, of v.h'ch be has Hero" in the colt classes this year. Pry an, the popular and well time nresided over the Police known farmer and contractor, out onjwho is now serving his second term as been Ringmaster for the last 30 or 49 i Bob Atorcland bought the past week the Danville pike, was seriously injur- County Attorney o'f Atontgoiucry. Judge years and of which he Is one of the county a green three ed when a piece of scaffolding gave Scuff has heretofore been a supporter fixtures. A Brodhead, of which he has in Jessamine away with him Saturday while he was of Gov. AlcCrcary, but in the present Chandler simply wouldn't be a Brod- gaitcu gelding that be thinks is a real marvel as to finish and general conengaged in some work at the home of rac has been one of Gov. Beckham's head fair that's all there is to it. formation, while he has nothing lackC. H. Tate on West Alain street. All. strongest supporters. E. AI. Gatliff. of Williamsburg, was ing when it comes to thet matter of a llryan has been in charge of the conIn the course of his introductory adin Stanford last week on an autmobile trot. As jet Aloreland doesjnot know struction work in the addition of sev- dress, Judge Senff said: trip through tl.c bluegrass with his his breeding, but wants to, wager that eral rooms and a sleeping porch to Air, "It is my distinguished priviledgc, and sister, Atiss Una Gatliff and her guest, he has a Chester Dare or some other Tate's residence. When the scaffolding I am deeply sensible oi the honor, to ery fine horse cross close up in his gave way with him, he fell across a prcscu to you today the man whom the Miss Beverly Davidson, of Augusta, ledigree. Ga.. tnd T. E. Alahan. of Williamsburg, piece of lumber and four ribs on his Democrats of Kentucky, in a preferenAtr. Alahan was recently graduated right side were cracked, or crushed in. tial primary some six years ago, se- Iroin State University This is Aliss Hustonville Defeats Moreland The injury is a very painful one. in- lected as their standard-beare- r for The Hustonville and Aloreland base through the blue- Davidson's first trip deed, and there is said to be some apLuitcd States Senator. grass and all points of interest will be ball teams played a fast yet ragged prehension lest he may have sustained "under the then existing law, in or- visited by the party. They left for Lex- - game of ball last week, the former wininternal injuries. He was removed to der for that selection to be binding, it ngton and Louisville, but will return ning by a score of 6 to 5. Spalding his home on the Danville pike and evrquircd the indorsement of the Leg- the latter part of the week and will Hill, of Stanford, played with the winery attention is hciiu; given him. ners. The Moreland batsmen outhit islature, and as you will recall, it being spend a week at Cumberland Falls. the victors, but couldn't make them efa matter of current history, because Excursion to Asheville homes in fective. The score: One of the handsomest that nominee would not sacrifice his The first excursion of the-- year to convictions and compromise with dis- Stanford will soon be erected on the HUSTONVILLE AR R II PO A E Asheville. North Carolina, and other honor, the will of the people was thwart-"- large lot which T. A. Rice recently S. Hill ss J22320 points in the "Land of the Sky" will be ;4 0 0 0 0 1 f and by jolitical corruption our bought from Dr. D. E. Proctor, south of Evans, operated over the Queen Crescent nominee defeated. his home on Danville avenue. Atr. E.id, 3b 224 4. route next Wednesday. The round trip 400800 "Fortunately, the law has since been Rice has arranged with Contractor Will C. Alyers, lb from Danville wilt be only $9.00. Tic- changed, so that ihe people 402000 can now, Stone for the erection of a two story Russell cf kets will be sold for $12.50 which arc for the first lime, by 300200 a direct vote, Jirick residence with all modern im Harnett rf giK,d for. six months. right the wrong then done. provements 3 1 I 0 0.0 This home will be quite Riffc 1 f 300821 "Both as an official and as a citizen, an additoii to the architecture of Stan- B. Myers, c GOV. M'CREARY TO SPEAK 3 400 he has boldly stood for cleanliness in ford when completed. Atr. and Atrs. 'Jlatl p HERE COURT DAY politics, for honesty, efficiency and Rice will move in from their farm on Stagg 2 b 000000 business-lik- e the Danville pike, three miles northn methods in the Total .31' 6 7 27 6 6 of public affairs, and in every west of Stanford, an J make their home dav life tor those things that best make in town when their new residence is MORELAND AB K H PO A E" for peace, happiness and prosperity. It completed. Bray 31 40 I is therefore with great pleasure that 4 0 1 10 0 I Mr. and Airs. James T. Aleuefcc got Dinwiddie lb introduce to von the man whom 1 be R&&&P 4 002 Tenn., Monday and Bray c f lieve will, and by rcaso.i of his high in from Knoxville, 312010 are with bis parents, Air. and Atrs. J. Weddlc p character and superior ipialifications. 420311 N Alencfec, Sr. Air. and Atrs. George Unison 2 b "ii"iii io nc me next c'unrci glares G. Alenefee, the bride and groom, came Back s s 1 40 2I Senator from Kentucky, the Hon J. C. 302101 in a day earlier, and Airs. George F. AtcClure r f - a IW Beckham." m a-412100 Cowan, of Spokane, Wash has been II, Ountcll If 400701 beie a rhort time with her parents al2 J; Buntell c Villa Fools the World so. It is very seldom that one of the , 34 5 9 24 S 7" Zacatceas, Mexico, June 2 One sons or daughters of this popular couple Total Summary Stolen bases: hundred and eighteen .Mexican Feder- cume home, without several brothers Weddlc, als army otlicers of various grades were or sisters shewing up. The affection Hanson, Alyers, Hill. Struck out, by marched out of their prison inclosiirc that each member of this Stanford fam- Hall. 8; by Weddle 6. Base on balls.-b'-ll :? yesterday under a heavy guard of aLLaV. (by Weddle) ily has for the others is something Hall 2. hit by pitcher M atatataW. troops, taken to the beautiful to behold, and is especial!" Hill. Umpires Hicks and Humpy. plains east ot the city lor the custom- noticeable in these days when tamily OUR .MUTUAL GIRL" becms toary executions and then were astoundties ac so often forgotten or neglected ed to hear fron. the lips of General after the sons and daughters begin to night at the open h use Don't miss the first reel. P.incho ilia i hat their lives were leave the parental roof tree. spareii The old Aztec law of Mexico At Work on Bank's Office Building was overturned. An invariable custom Rockcastle By in Oklahoma Contractor J. T. Blankeuship went to was cast aside. General Villa sought A dispatch from Oklahoma City to to pa e to the world in an effective the C J. Sunday had this not of inter- work this week on the interim cousine-lio- n work on the Ltn.oln County thiiigh dramatic way that he is becom- est Dr. R. II. .Miller, of Alt. Vernon, Bank's new office building ing civilized. The effect on the rigid came out a few weeks ago on a visit to lute ef Federal officers ft as instanta- his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Atrs. Hugh above the balking looms. He ccurcd neous, Some wept with relief. Some Miller, former residents of Kentucky, the contract for the w ik of remodelI lined their faces in their hands. Some no a-- residing in Oklahoma, and now ing the old building and has been ga ed in an apparent daze at the fir- Dr Atiller places after his name on the pushing bis men rapidity, having the SSSSSSSSSSSSSSjpSSSSjMSSSSHSSSSMSSSSSSSSBJ hout ready for the new parti iud standing with rifles at rest. hotel registers. Miami. Okla. Dr. Alii- -. lllsi,l ms L,v en the rebel soldieis vveic unpre- ler looked around and liked it and lost """ "" c basement about ready pared for ilia's act. The Federals of- no time in closing a deal for the Red for "' installation of the furnace, ami fice's had heard of Villa as a huge Cross drug store, one of the largest and j heating plant. When completed thu JAMES B. M'CREARY. establishments in AIL building is going to be one of, if not thlts. the Democrat n avage with a blood lust. The Consti- most who is a candidate for tutionalists had expected him to car. ami. Ukia. lr. .Milter is a graduate oi uiosi sicsiriuie in town, aim win no a nomination for I S Senator will ad die-s"t the custom of .Mexican warfare. the Louisville School of Pharmacy, decided addition and improvement 'to . tnc people of Lincoln county al '" .Monday and for the past f?w years has been the community in many ways. afternoon, the Court Douse Colic, Cholera and manger of the Rosenthal Drug ComChamberlain's 13th Court Day. He will he pleased to If you have the itch, doirtJsc,ratch. Diarrhoea Remedy & Tenn. lie takes It does not cure the trouble and meet all who will Ixniur him with their r.ery family without exception pany, of Knoxville.purchase July 1. makes charge of his new Ihe skin bleed. Apply BALLARD'S presence. should 'keep this preparation at hand SNOW LIN1.MFNT. Rub it in gentibjring the hot weather of the summer Barbed wire cut, ragged wounds, ly on the affected parts. It relieve uoiithjb, Ctinmbcrluin's Colic, Cholera Cac't Keen It Secret. . anil Dtarrlioea Rqntdy is worth many cnll.'ir nml b lrness mils heal un (l'licklv itching instantly and a few applicaT lite spiemini wo... et e.iwi limes itr cose wiieu iieeueu aim is when MALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT tions removes the cause thus permit- Tablets is daily Ueeojiiing mo; almost certain to be needed before the is apnlieil. It is lioin dealing ami an- - iiimk a iicriiianeiii cure, iricc tic, sue. ly known. No sucb itrnml rm4y fm ,Hnnwr i uveir. It has. no superior for tiseptic. Price 25c. 50c and $1 per hot. Liml 1.(0 per Mile. Sold by Shugars imrmicu. tie. Sold by Shugar' Drug Storn Drug Store. Stanford, Ky., and Lync "men stomach and .liver troubles His " sale by u isdealer. I all urcnarci. Stanford. I.yne Uros.. Crab urcnaru. mroj., been known. For sale by alt deai?i. 4r 'i iww. R. M. WewUnd aad W bry. Friday Nl(ht, and Get - tknit' '' . 7- 'MsIfire Imh Kw iiirffciiil miM IIT OYLK. 'Ar Jbetfert4 in . t HEARD ABOUT TOWN AND FRIDAYS Om JUrtre Ifeiti .M '! M ' -- WfcasnV Ad 'ThefJegrcc r CRACK YOUNGSTERS ENTERED , K I M Hsreirt crl '. cTHa!'"'' ... "r two-stor- y I.- - l tn-p- r .... i I g, -- 1 L ? m Wash-ingto- ,,,.,, ...,... i m d, 2b-r- 22 i i 10 teA " tu admin-stratio- ll 12 10 toss? km :m fa '"-'aCT--"? m: V'A i I 11 ! 10 1 A aLM siowrtl Htatr Na-iou- at .TCI ,1. .j iy s ' 52-.- h rut"" Fr U ' v XT' TMK IRTBtmt MtMAL STAH FORB, KBftTVCKY. TUMDAY, JBWK, M, IM Tkc Interior Journal BHKITON M. HAUKI.F.T . IN rroprtnr .UU'A.NCK II A TEAU Hfillal.T f 9ron4 tMH mttl mtutr. F.trrt at riiloltitt l Stnnfrd Stanley and James Kentucky taxpayers are now witnes sing the spectacle of Congressman Ows ley Stanley running around the state Imntinu votes for senator and yet con tinning to draw his $20 a day salary for sen ice he is supposed to render at Washington where congress is in ses sion. lust compare that with what Ol he James has done. A dispatch from Washington this week said: "Figura tively speaking, Senator Uliie James to $1", of Kentucky, kissed good-by- e a mil rirrrl.u. when he canceled contract with the Northwestern Chau tauqita Association to devote the months of July and August to tlic cliautauqua platform. The agreement was that he was to receive $175 per lecture, which would hac brought him over $10,000." Senator James preferred to stay in Washington and attend to the duties of y the office to which the people of which they are elected and Ken-luck- Premium List K. of P. Fair Stanford AUGUST 19, 20, 21, 1914 FIRST DAY : -- Best WEDNESDAY, AUG UST 19. 1914. 1S0 SO. fr Children that arc affected by worms are pale and sickly and liable to contract some fatal disease. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms promptly and puts the cnild on the road to health. Price 25c per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Diug Store, Stanford, Ky., arid l.yne Bros., Crab Orchard. MT. MOKIAH O. (i. Spcake snipped Ins threshing machine to Kansas Thursday. He will leave ior there Monday. Will Craig Young and Jordon Floyd will go with him. Kcvs. Davis and Wright arc carrying on a protracted meeting at Highland. Mr. Delmar Adams, of Burnsidc, and o Hubble, visited Mrs. Goodpastcr, relatives here recently. Bailey Dawes is with home folks. joe Skidmore and Jocie Khmer, last week. each suffered a Mrs. John Waters and children, of Louisville, are with her parents, Mr and Mrs. C D. arficld. George Ballard is the guest of D. O. Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. John Faulkner, of Pleasant Point, spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B, sun-stro- Hatfield. Uncle Ben Hiatt, Clias. Dawes and James Boone arc running threshing machines in the Blue Grass this year, is visiting Mrs. Caiisada Epperson her daughter, Mrs. Ed Terry at Meal's Creek. Miss Birdie Bryant, of Burnsidc, has returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives here. E. B. Hatfield is on the sck list. Dugan are in Mr. and Mrs. A. Ohio A. B. Price, of West Virginia, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Fife. Raymond Green is with his father fof a few days. Mesdanies Flody and Austin spent Sunday in our midst. Evirett Young: has been suffering with neuralgia. Mrs. J. D. Bastin and Mrs. James Boone spent Saturday in Stanford, shopping Mrs. vv'illie Prathcr of Garrard county, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wannoth Willie McGuffcy has bought a new buggy. Koddic Kodhammet, of Ohio, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield. Roscoe Rogers, while playing baseball was hit in the mouth, knocking out one of teeth and breaking off another one. We are sorry to hear of tin' painful accident. Ben Boone was the guest of his par ents, last week. Mis. John Spires and Miss Mary Boone have returned from Somerset. Mi and Mrs. Harmon Hatfield spen' Sunday with Elder J. M. Long and wile. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Warficld has lict-- quite sick Tht singing tchool at Mt. Moriali ha closed Mrs. Allen Hiatt and children of Ages, are the guests of her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. J. I). Bastin. D J Hurst and family of Danvilhi were wetk end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mullins. L'ncle Alfred and wife contemplate a visit to Lancaster soon. Harry Jacobs, of Stanford, has recently put up tvvo nfat monument n the cemetery here Our school will begin Monday Edgar Dugan went to Kentucky river last wtek and assisted in hauling an engine hire. it pony rig $7 to 1st, $5 to 2nd, $3 to 3rd. on The entries in this ring will form in front of the court house A. M., on Wednesday the first day of the fair and Main street at 9 30 grounds. hta.ltd by the Band and Officers of the Fair, will march to the 12 years The entries of this ring must he driven by boy or girl under single or double. of age and may be driven Pony or pomes, vehicle, harness and occupants will be considered in awarding the premiums HOGS $1000 Bcst sow pig, (farrow 1914) $7 to lt, $3 to 2nd. $1000 J. Best barrow over 8 months $7 to 1st, $3 to 2nd. $1000 4. Best boar pig (Farrow 1914) $7 to 1st. $3 to 2nd. 57.50 yea.- - oldl ltVst sou (Over $5 to 1st. $2.50 to 2nd. o Best boar, (over one year old) $5 to 1st, $2. SO to 2nd. ?7-0 ".Best sow (anv age) $5 to 1st, $250 to 2nd. S Best boar (any age 5 to 1st, $?50 tq 2nd. KENTUCKY RED BERKSHIRE $1000 9. Best boar under 8 months old $7 to 1st, $.3 to 2nd. $1000 10 Best sow under 8 months $7 to 1st. $3 to 2nd. $10.00 11 Best sow over 8 months $7 to 1st. $3 to 2nd $1000 12 Best boar over 8 months $.3 to 2nd. $7 to $1000 13. Best sow and pigs $7 to 1st, $.3 to 2nd. JERSEY CATTLE $10(0 14. Best Jersey cow, 2 years old and over $7 to 1st. $.3 to 2nd. Special premium by Garland Singleton, Supt. of Schools. $10.00 15. Best Jersey heifer, under 2 years old $7 to 1st, $3 to 2nd. Special premium by Dr. W B. O'Bannon. $1000 10. Best Jersey bull any age (age considered) $7 to 1st. $3 to 2nd. Special premium by Judge C A. Hardin, Circuit Judge. 17. Best herd of Jerseys, consisting of 1 bull and 3 or more cows $1500 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. $10.00 18. Best Jersey, one year old and under, (either sex $7 to 1st, $3 to 2nd. JACKS JENNETS AND MULES $15 00 19. Best jack, any avc, (ape considered) $10 to 1st. $5 to 2nd. Pennington, Road Supervisor Lincoln Co. Special premium bv E. $1500 20 Best jennet, any age, (age considered) $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. $1000 21. Best jack under 1 year $7 to 1st. $3 to 2nd. Special premium by Marshall New land Circuit Court Clerk. $1000 1'2. Best Jennet under 1 vear S7 to 1st. $3 to 2ml. $1500 23 Best marc mule 2 years old and under 3 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Special bv J. G Weathcrford. sheriff of Lincoln county. $1500 Best horse mule. 2 vears old and over -'-4 $10 to 1st. $5 to 2nd. $15.00 2s. Best mare mule 3 years old and over $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. $20XX) 26. Best pair mules any age, regardless of sex or color $15 to Is, $5 to 2nd. 2.-". 1 ?7-l- 5i. 12 '. 54-- Best "filly colt under one year old $10 to 1st, 5 to 2nd. , Best horse colt under 1 year old $10 to 1st. $5 to 2nd. Best mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2. $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Btsl male ur griding 2 yeals old and uiu'ti 3. $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Best stallion 1 vear old and under 2 $10 to 1st. $5 to 2nd. $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 ......... ..$1500 $1500 PONIES 55, U-ft - $'! lt, I. SADDLE HORSES 27 28 Best horse colt under 1 year old $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Best fill colt under 1 vear old $10 to 1st. $5 to 2nd. $1500 $15.00 SPECIAL CLASS 29 Best mare or gchliog 2 years and under 3 10 $15 (X) to l't. S to 2nd. .7). Btsl marc or rcldinR 3 years old and under 4 S10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. 31. Prettiest mother ipi' o?by, ("ithcr sex) baby one year old or under, to be shown at 2:30 P. M $7 to 1st. ?3 to 2nd. Snieial premium by J. N Menefee, Jr., attorney at law. $1500 $1000 PHAETON PONIES hands and under $1500 Best phaeton mare or gelding any age 14 $10 to 1st. $5 to 2nd. Special premium by Crab Orchard Banking Comrnny. WALKING CLASS 33 Best walking mare or griding any age (soundness not considered) $1500 $10 to 1st. S5 to 2nd. S'xri.'t! premium by Lawson & Brown Lancaster, Ky, HARNESS CLASS pair of horses (any agt) stallion barred $1500 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd Special premium bv Ur G G Perry. 35 ;.....' Best trillion 3 years old and unilrr 4 $1500 $10 to 1st, 5 to 2nd. Special premium bv II l"i Caiter, Chief of Police .' Best marc or gelding 3 yeais old and under 4 $15.00 S10 to 1st. 55 to 2nd. Special premium by Drs. Brown and Southard. 37 Colt stake $10000 $45 to 1st. $25 to 2ml. $15 to 3rd, $10 to 4th, $5 to '5th. 32. st -- a $1000 mare and colt, (mare 48 inches and under) $7 to 1st. $.3 to 2ml. Special premium bv Phoenix Hotel, Lexington. 56, Best ponv driven by hoy or girl (40 inches and under) $10.00 ?7 to 1st. $3 to 2nd Special premium by II. D. Ilnltzclaw. SADDLE CLASS $25.00 57. l!ct stallion J vears ol.! and under $15 to 1st, 510 to 2nd. Special premium by J. F C'unmins. clothing and furnishings. ROADSTER CLASS "vS $20 (X) Best roidster mare or gelding, 2 years old and under $5 to 2ml. $15 to Special pr."nLim by Hun. Robert Harding attornev at law, Danville. $20(0 59 Best marc or gebtinp .3 years old and under 4 15 to 1st. $i to 2nd. Special premium bv John W lliiiihcs. Collector of Revenue, Danville SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE CLASS 60 $1,00000 Best saddle stallion mare or gelding, any age $250 to 1st, $2tO to 2nd. $175 to 3rd. $150 to 4th. $125 to Sth. $100 to 6th THIRD DAY FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 1, 1914 HORSES HARNESS HORSES (1. Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 $15 00 $10 to 1st, i to 2nd. Special premium by J Fox Duddcrar. SADDLE CLASS 62. Best stallion $1500 vear and under 2 $10 to 1st. $5 to 2nd Special premium by W. S Embry, Stanford Ky. SPECIAL CLASS i3. Best mare and colt, (colt at side, either sex regardless of '.$1500 breeding $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Special premium by Garrard Bank & Trust Co., Lancaster, Ky. SADDLE CLASS 64. Best stallion, 2 years old and under 3 $1500 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Special 'premium by George DeBorde, Jailer Lincoln County. 65. Best mare 4 years old and over ., $2000 $15 to 1st. $5 to 2nd. Special Premium by R. E. Thompson, Deputy Sheriff Lincoln Co. ROADSTER CLASS $.3500 '). Best mar- - oi gelding any age $20 to 1st. $10 to 2nd, $5 to 3rd. . Special premium by James B. McCrcary candidate for V. S. Senator 07. Best boy or girl, rider not over 12 years of age, mutinied on a $10 U) (Hiiiy 50 indies and under Special premium bv George D. Florence, attorney at law. $7 to 1st, $3 to 2nd. Special premium bv Dr. P. 11. Southard, Stanford, Ky. 68. Best fancy turnout. inv to be under 54 inches, decorations s,10() considered driven by boy or girl $7 to 1st, $3 to 2nd. Special picmium by T I. Hill. Ji. attorney at law. CO. .slOUO Best looking young lady on the grounds at 3 P. M Special premium by W. B. Burton, dealer in horses and mules Ky. HARNESS CLASS 70 Best marc 4 vears old and over $2000 $15 ti 1st, $5 to 2nd 71 Best tullioii. mare or gelding $500,00 $130 to 1st. $115 to 2m'. $100 to 3rd, $85 to 4th, $70 to Sth. SADDLE CLASS 72. Bct rchling 4 vears tdd and over $15.00 ?I0 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Special nrcmumi by George It Copper, County Clerk LIuodIu Co. SPECIAL CLASS 73. Best fancy turnout, (stallions barred) $15.00 $10 to 1st, $5 o 2nd Specal premium by Mercantile Co, Dealers in fancy dry Koods, notions and ladies' suits. 74. lift stable of 4 r more I orse owned or con I rolled by one man j2(IJ 515 to 1st $5 to 2nd. Speeial premium by W, S. Iliirch, County Attorney Lincoln Co. COMBINED CLASS 75. Best stallion ary age $35.01 520 to 1st $10 in 2ml. S5 h 3rd. Special premium bv Hon Harvey lltlm. Member of Congress. SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER CLASS 75 Best stallion, mare or gelding, any age $100.00 $50 to 1st, s;35 to 2n 1. $b ti 3rd. Special premium bv Hirvey Helm, member of Congress. -- lt. Best embroidered pillow cases scalloped ... Best embroidered towel scalloped -- Best French embroidered suit of underwear (three or more $200 pieces.) ,V3.. Best embroidered skirt J4.. Best embroidered night dress 35, Best embroidered corset cover 36, Best em'Toidircl lunch cloth 27, Best embroidered baby cap 38, Best embroidered b.thv dress .39. Best embroidered , ..: handkerchief - Best colored embroidery MISCELLANEOUS NEEDLE WORK -- Best hair pin trbnmiuc 42, -- Best plain tatting -- Best beaded tatting Best fancy apron LACE v Best knitted lacr, two or more yards Best crocheted lace, two or more yards OLD LADY'S WORK (To have been made in the last three years, by exhibitor.) - Best specimen of knitting by lady over seventy five Best specimen of needle work 'iy lady over eighty 49. Best specimen of neeillc work by lady seventy or over -- $1.00 ' Sl-0- $'-- $''' $1.00 $1.00 75 73 $1 00 ' $M" $1-0- $1 00 75 $10!! $1 00 $100 $100 $100 CLASS C. live without art. We can live without Nxiks, But tht civilircd man Cannot live without conks. ipurt strawberry preserves ipurt cherry- preserves preserves itiart iuart pear preserves ipiart raspberry preserves quart gooseberry preserves $1 Ul to 1st, 50o to 2nd display of preserves glass apple jcllv glass plum jrllv glass quince telly glass grape (light) glass grape jelly dl.uk) jelly .. . . $1.00 to 1st. 5(o to 2nd pe-.u- h "Vc .f0. 31. Best 52 3 54 55. Vi 57. 58,SV -- Best Best Best 75 75 75 75 75 llit Best 1 lirt Best ... 75 $1.50 50 .50 50 50 $1.50 50 - Best Best ......50 (O 61. 62. 6.3. Best Best Best PICKLES (4 (o. Best quart sweet Best quart sweet encumber Best quart sour cucumber Best quart mustard Best quart spinach Best Best Best Best Best quart blackberry ipiart grape quart rhubarb , ........ .' ..50 .50 .50 -- 50 75 .73 75 75 '. 'if 72. 6. WINES 69. 70. ..... .,- .- j.. 7!. quart danJcliou s quart cberrv 73 -- Best display of wine 74. 74 I $1.00 to 1st, 50fi'tti 2nd u5 $150 $1.00 HONEY Best jar comb Best jar strained CANNED FRUIT , $100 Lan-castt- r, h SECOND .38 DAY THURSDAY, AUG UST 20, 1914. URIC ACID SOLVENT 50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses) Free mustles, an aching head, burning and bearing down pains in the back worn the day begins, do not think out you have to stay in that condition. Be stronu and vigorous, with no more pain from stiff joints, sore muscles rheumatic suffering, aching back or kidney disease. For any form of Madder trouble or weakness, its action is really wonderful Those sufferers who arc in and out of bed half a dozen times a night will appreciate the rett, comfort ami strength this treatment gives To proe the Williams Treatment conquers kidnev and bladder diseases, rheumatism and all uric acid troubles, no matter how chronic or stublwirn, if vou have never used the Williams Treatment, we will give one 50c Lottie (32 doses) free if you will cut out this notice and send it with your name and address, with 10c to help pay distribution evoenses. to the Dr D A Wil. hams Company, Dept 5927 I O. Bldg Fast Hampton, Conn. Send at once ?nd you will receive by parcel post a rruular 50c little, without charge and without incurring anv obligations. One Untie only to an addreu. Jus' because you start the day worried and tired, stiff legs and arms and COMBINED CLASS $35.00 Best mire or gelding any age $20 o 1st $10 to 2nd, $5 to 3rd. liveryman, Lancaster. Special premium bv J T Kainey, the ROADSTER CLASS $25 00 39. Best stallion, any age f 15 to 1st $!0 to 2nd Special premium by Harris & Woods, breeders of fine mules. MULE CLASS 4(1 $1500 year Best mare mule colt under $10 to 1st. $i to 2nd Special picmiutii by K. S. Alcorn, attorney at law. 11 , $1500 year Best horse mule cob under $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd $1501) i llet marc mule vear and under 2 $10 to 1st. S5 to 2nd 43 Best horse mule 1 year obi and under 2 $1500 $10 to 1st, $S to 2nd $15.00 44. Best mare and mule colt (olt at side) $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd 45 $2000 Best mule anv age $15 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. DRAFT HORSES 4t- - Best draft colt, under I year, either sex $1500 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Special premium by J. I'. Bailey, County Judge. ., , ett stallion any age $1500 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. Special premium bv J. W. Williams. 48. Best mare or gilding, any age $15.00 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. HARNESS CLASS ' Hrt veti'mg 4 vear uliI and over . . v $1500 $10 to 1st, $5 to 2nd. 1 1 1 FLORAL HALL SCHOOL CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT (12 Years o( Age and Under) CLASS A. i "I earning by sludv must be won, Twas iip'ii entailed from. son to son." $1.00 1. Best plate tea .' 2. $1.00 Best plate cake of any kind $1.00 3. Best plate cnudi $1.00 4 Prettiest glass of jelly ,. $1.00 5. Best specimen embroidirv $1.00 , 6. Best specimen cross stitch 1.00 7. Best specimeut of crochet $1.00 a, Best kpccitnin of rnfti'i wotk WOMAN'S WORK DIVISION CLASS B. "Woman's It work is never done. well from sun to sun; Hours are spent in tasks and toil, with needles anil oven, or nature's toil." ' "Then make her industry examptes rare, life impart; And loan them to Send them to the Lincoln I ounty Fair, In each stifall task, well done is art." 9. 10. 11 12. 13 Prettiest silk ipiilt Prettiest worsted ipiilt Prettiest calico quilt PreliVst fancy mult $1.00 $100 $1D0 $1.00 $2.00 .50 .50 .50 ,s0 $1.00 $1.00 ,..., 47-B- Best crocheted counterpane 14. Best crocheted and embroidered counterpane Special premium by Dr. T. W. Pennington. 15. Best knitted counterpane 16 Best knitted and embroidered counterpane 17. Best summer crocheting If Best six doilies 19 Best crocheted trimmed towtl 20. Best crocheted rimmed pillow slips 21 Best crocheted trimuvd sheets 22 , Best crocheted sofa pillow 23 Best crocheted centerpiece 24. 25 26. 27 $200 $200 $200 $100 $1.00 $1.00 $1 (X) 75 $1.00 $1.00 $1,00 ....$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 75 75 75 MISCELLANEOUS EMBROIDERY Best embroidered oillow tasos hemstitched Best tmbroidered sheet hemstitched Pest embroidered Btsl embroidered guest towel d Best guest towtl . Best embroidered shttt nalloptd towtl--liuittitccross-stitche- -- 2n 29 . , ... ..... , 50 Best quart blackberries 50 Best quart peaches 50 Bct quart peas 50 Best quirt apple .50 Best quart cherries .50 SO. Best quart raspberries 50 81. Best quart gooseberries .50 ?2 Best quart tomatoes OVEN PRODUCTS $10 00 J. Best Maik cake $5 to 1st, $3 to 2nd. $2 to 3rd. Special premium by J. L. Beailey. 84 Best ugrl feiod cake to me made of "White Swan" flour. Special premium by Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mill. One burrel fleur to 1st, 50 pounds to 2nd. 85 Best plain while enke , $!.UI 8'- - Best eocanut cake (layer) SUf) 87. Best White Mountain cake SI HI 88 Best Marslumllou cake (layer) $1.(0 - Best Devil's food c:kc (layer) $1.00 HI. Best chocolate cake ('aver) . $100 91 -- Prettiest decorated cake of any kind 5200 to 1st, $1.00 to 2nd . $300 est plate beaten biscuit $100 91 n.i f ot salt risink' bread to be made of White Swan Flour Specnl premium by Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mill; one hundred pounds to first; twcntv-fipounds to second. 91 Best loaf of yeast bread $1.00 93. Best loaf of brown hrcau (not mad c with SI 00 transparent pic 75 97. Best cream iue Best lemon pie 9 75 chocolate pie 75 100. licit one year old ham (boiled) $5.00 $3 to Ut. $2 to 2nd . ART DIVISION, AMATEURS ONLY CLASS I). 101. Best spictmetl water colors $1.00 102 Best spe'Ciinen oil , $1.00 10.3. Best specimen cravon $1.00 104 Best half doen Inml painted plates $1 (X) 105. -- I!e chop dish $1.(XI I On. -- Best vase , $1,00 107. Best one half doen monogram and gold lined cup and sauceis $1.00 108. Best half doitn sob! Hind and monogram plates $1(0 PLANT AND FLOWER DIVISION 100 Best ilisjil iv cut fbiurr 5100 display of cut roses (k) 111 Best displav cut nasturtiums $1.(0 '12. Handsomest geranium (K) "s 11.3 llambomest fern , ei ivi 114 -- Handsomest palm S,(KI FARM AND GADEN PRODUCTS TO BE GROWN IN THIS YEAR CLASS E. 115 Best bushel barlev $1 00 116. Best 1 doen sweet 'witatoes si fid 117. Best dozen Irish potatoes s no 118. Best 1 dozen onions $i no 119. gall.m Lima beans Best ; $i (x) 120 gallon nick beans Best st'oo 121. Best sample rei' clover $i'oo 122. Best sample alfalfa clot er ".'..!.".'.'. $100 12.3, Best sample timothy k4. Best sample blue grass $1.00 125 Best sample orchard grass $1.00 ?X Best three stalks sorghum $1.00 127 Largest beets Half dozen .. $1.(0 Lirgest peppers half doen i '8. $1.00 129. Best tomatoes half dozen . $1.00 1.30. ..... Heaviest head of cabbage .$100 131. Heaviest pumpkin jjoo 132. Best plate pears , $100 fi 133. Best plate peacl $1.00 J. ill. -tirfifw.c ; $1.00 L'.V Best plate applet , $100 136. Best ten tars white corn $i no L'7. Best ten ears yellow corn $100 '28. Best stalk tobacco grown in Lincoln county .. $3 00 $2 to 1st SI to 2nd. '39. Best wheat one-habiulul jjoo 40 Best oats one half bushel ,$100 75. 76. 77 78. 79. --92.-Bc ') -- Be-st 7;lt,.,t 110.--Be- st 1 'i' ""tim "'" lf ....,....,, ,..., . $150 ontmued on Third Page) uftt -- ,,."KtilHrv. WJT: . - ma fc r PERSONAL C- S THE INTERIOR JOtRWAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY lllain, of this city, united in marriauc last Sunday Kay Kennedy ha brru Craven and Miss hsther Harnett. Thc live tn the South Fork cttiojt ol this at Hubble. SOCIAL M. TUESDAY, JUNE, :o, I9H T iJiHcut IflSMTa OT PYTHIAS PAIR PRE MIUM LIST . I tl f'n..ll.....l a1 Meat watermelon $00 $.1 td lM, ?2 to 2m, ?l to Jrd ?.( eanteloiipc U l 1st, $1 to Jml Melon to Itc the properly of the AMoci.itlon anil to he sold at J:.fc) o'clock on last ilny of fair at auction. POULTRY Rev. Carey 7 COOL CLOTHES! i I T mo PH mHHIi The intense heat of the past week has rushed men out of their clothes and into out of those warm woolly three piece Cassimeres, into their Serges, Palm Beaches and Mohairs. We have them. We want you to see them. They are as light as a feather and as the ocean breeze. uine palm beach suits at and DEPARTMENT RULES . . 1 F' A. C. IIII.U ami S. J. KM1IRY, Jit, SUITS. A Clltlllx It lit fllilui. will iiwliro till iiur.1 ril. t Aurriiaid. V'Iicii mint consist of 4 liens and one cock, or four Millets and one cockerel. I'm ixhthits can not compete in the simile class. thotild he as near regulation sue as Mtssihlc (M) inches Ih'kIi. 24 inches wide ami au length to suit the exhibitor.) 9. N" mu vanities will he allowed in the same amp. '10. All M aniens entrred at risk el owner. I lie Association will imt he resjxmsihlc ofr all) hiss, hut will use all reasonable diliuuicc to present same, 1st 2nd .50 141. Harretl l'lj mouth Rock Cock $.U) ik)) 1- .- The rules for 'ihIkuik vvill he tame ai those in the American .Standard of l'crfictioii, J. All exhibits must he on the ground by 3 o'clock I. M., Tuesday, Auyml IKili. -- No bird cntrieil in thii liow will he alloued to he removed Irom .. mc rt... m.lj until wii'91- ..I iiiv it .!.. jrjijiiiii ......l ..I... in ilnaylair. mum, ty competent anu waicimicn. dunlins win tic Kiiarnrii jiiliitir mint iiiiiihIi their nn cimiiiv llitdn tent hv c.xiiroi mint -- 144 145 14o 147 14K. llarrcd l'l)iuoutli llarrcd I'ljinmilli llarrcd I'lt mouth 149 150.-W- hite Kock lieu Kock cockerel Kock Ptitkt White i'linouth IvWk cock While I'lvmoiilh Kock hen White PI)tnoutli Kock cockerel I'l) mouth Kock pullet , $1.00 $1 ml $1(1) $1.(1) $. .50 ,50 .50 .50 .5(1 $.KI $100 $1.00 $1 $l.(X) ; Ituff PI)moutli Kock cock Ituft PI) mouth Kock Inn 15A- - Puff Plymouth Kock cockerel I54..P..IT Plsmout:i .H-- imllit I JS. Silser Wyandotte cock 1 3b- Silser Wjandottr Iis.ii 117. V)andoilc cockerel Silver 158. Silver Wjandoltc pullet l.v- - White Wandotie cock l(0.-WWyandotte In Wvaudottc cockerel ,162. White Wyindottc pullet loJ. I.tuht Itrahnu cosk UA I.tuht lira una hen t US, -- l.ivlit llraliiiu loo. l.iuht llraluna pullet 1(7 llutf (oclun cock l(&-HI oclun acti l Huff lochtn cockerel 170 Huff (.oclun millet , 171 -- luiiiKliaii and varlet) 17. L.iuushau lieu, all) sarltty 17J. l.anuhan iinkercl, an varut) 174. i.aiiKshan pullet, an) variety 175. It tow ii Leghorn cock 17o. llniwn l.i'Kliorn hen 177. Ilrown Leghorn cockerel ITA Hrown Leuhoru pullet 17V. Huff l.euhorn cock 180. Huff Lt'Khorii hen 181. Huff Leuhorn cockerel IK.'. Huff Letthorn pullet IM White l.euhorn cock 184. While Leghorn hen 185. White Leuhoru cockerel IKO. White Leghorn pullet 287. Polish cock, any sartcty .......... IKK. Polish lun. any variety 1KV Polish cockerel, an) varkty PA) Polish pullet, an) variety 191 -- llamliiiri; cok, ail) sanely V)2. llamluirK hen, an) variety 19J. llamliurj; cockerel any variit) v iiamiiurK puiiet, ant variety l".v Huff Orpmhlion cock PAv Huff OrpmKlon hen I 1 197 -- Huff Orpmuton cockerel OrpitiKttin pullet ., 1W. White Orpinuton cock 200 White Orpinuton hen 201 White Orpinuton cockerel 202 While Orpinton pullet 20o. Hlack OrpuiKtou cock 204 Hlack Orpmoii hen JU5. Hluik OrplnuU-htn 200 Illack OrpuiKtou pullet 207 c ck, an) variety Pit 151 15. () .'.. $1.00 $1.11 $1.00 $1.(10 $1.00 $1.00 hile 11 $100 $1.(10 .50 .50 .50 .So .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 Si) lol-Wl- Jl.liu ..VI f . $1.00 $100 1 riu-krrt- m .50 .50 1 uff $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.(M .50 .50 .50 ,5'J JA) ciK-k- $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 io ) .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 $100 $100 $1.00 $100 $100 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 .'. $1.(X) $1 1) JO .50 ..' , . $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 SI.Oi) JO JO .50 JO .50 $1.1.) $1.00 $,1.00 JO JO .50 ... Sl.0'1 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1 00 i.ui -- Ji) .50 50 50 JO JO io 19A-Il- uff $100 ,'. $100 $1.00 JO JO JO JO JO JO 50 $100 $1.00 . . $1.(1 ujine lien, an) variit) $1 Ml Pit name cockerel, an) v".iricty 210- .- lit' $1.00 pulkt, an) vanet) 211. Khode Maud Ketl rook $1.00 Ji.00 Maul Ked hen 51.00 2IJ Kliotlc Uliitd Ked cockerel 214. Khode Manl Ke I pullet $1.00 215. Hlack Java cock $1.00 51.00 . Java l.rn 217. Hlack J,iu c.ckerel $1.00 SI.U0 lava pullet 219 , $1.00 lava took 22t). $1.00 Mottlul Java hen 221. Moult d Java cckircl Sl.OO ' $I.(X) 222. Mottled Java pullet ... $1.00 Hi. Moll led ncniua 'nck 224. Mottled Aucoiia hen $1.00 225. Mottltd Ancotia cockerel ... SI. 00 22o SI 00 Mottled n.ona pullet 227. Iloudan cmk $1.00 hen $100 , 229. Hoiidau cocktrcl $1.00 ,,-I loudan 2.VU $1.00 pulkt $1.00 2JI. Partridue Wvandoite cock $1.00 2Ji Partndue W).indotle lun 2.U. Paruidue $100 andotte cockerel 2.M. $1.00 Partndue W)andotte pullet 2J5-lt- laik $1.00 Minorca cock $1111 2&. lllnck Muiiirca hen 2J7. Hlack Minorca cockeri I SJ.00 Minorca pullet 2J9- - White Minorca cock ... $1.00 20.- - While Mmore.1 Inn $1.00 241. - While .Mniiorc.i cockerel $1.00 241-W$.1.00 Minorca PulU 243. ltlue NndiliiMan cock $1.00 24- 1- Illue Auil.iliiMnu hen $1.00 $1 00 245. Hlue Aiiil.ihiM.in cockerel 246-lt- liti' nd.ilu-.iaSl.oO pullet 247. Caiiipiinanv cock, any variety .. $1.00 24h. Campiinany lun. anv "variety SI.00 ". 249 Cainpunany cockerel, any variety 250. (.ampuiiaii) pullet, any variet) $10) $1 O) 251 H.intam occk, any varity $1 00 252. llanlam hen an) variity $1.00 Hi. Ihntam cockerel, any variety $100 254. llanlam pullet, any variety 255. Hest pair Hronrc lurke), (old).. UH) 250. Hest :utr bronze turkels ()ouii). $100 257. lieit pair while lutkc)-- . (old) 25A Hest pair while turkc)-.- . ()iiiiik) $' "" 259. Hest pair turkeys, (ail) other ar $20) (Old) lle-2r.O. pair K W. Indian Kituiier l) $100 201. llent pair I". X W. Indian Kuiincr Ducks ()olinu) ....$1.00 2o2. Hest pair penciled Ionian Kuiincr ducks, (old) $1.00 2o3. Hest paid penciled Indian Kuiincr ducks. ()ounu) . $1.00 2o4. Ilent pair Pekin Ducks (old) $1.00 2o5. Hot pair IVkin Ducks. ()ounu) $1.01 2(j. Hist pair Ducks, any other variety $100 2t7. Hot pair ueee, (any variet)) $.() 2iK.' Hot hen Medileraniau class $J to 1st, $2 to 2nd $1 to 3d ... 2i9. Hest pen metican class $.1 to 1st. $.' to 2nd, f to .Ird itn Knulish class $.1 lo 1st, $2 to 2nd. $1 to .Ird 271. Hest pen sialic class S.1 lo M, $2 lo 2ml. $1 to .Ird. 22. Hest exhibit made ! one person $.1 to 1st, $2 to 2ml $1 to Jrd. 20S.--Pit $100 JO JO JO .50 .Jl) 2tr) 2I2.-KI-.- hIc JO JO .50 JO 50 2l0-III.u- JO ..V) 218.-Hl- ack JO JO .50 JO .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 ........... ... .... ...... .m JO JO JO JO .50 JO .50 JO .50 M) k .... 1 tl .50 J'l 50 JO 5') 51) hite JO .50 JO JO JO .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 SI-'- JO JO ,5,) .50 5'-"- JO S" 1.50 .50 .50 '') JO .50 .50 .50 $oO) Ju Jo $o(K) 1 270.--He- $oO) $00) $00) We Have a New Sickle Grinder see it work. Our new Tobacco Setter is success. Try one, even if you have Boniis. It is line for replanting. that will interest you farmers. Stop an(l sl Jl 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. W. H. Higgins Mfsj Mary Dec vtsitiiiK Mr. II. D. Dr, and Mr T. II .Slnsictou o( Mc- - county. Col. V. (i. Cow ait shipped the best Kinney, were here Monday to Cincinnati Dr. and Mrs. X. II McKinney, of c;' 'V'"1 "' ,,"", Si""r'l-'that nas (tine out ol tins idiot! in a Carlisle, have returned dome, Iim while, lie fed iiuiie a lot of llient Miss Nell of Dn.iville, is the Kucst of Miss Maltlc l.ee Hubble. himself, and those lie Imiiujit front va cost him Miss .Margaret Heck of McKinney is nous larmer.s in tlic west BI,J a ,u,f l" l',K," cl",, a HNHHHHi the uuest of Miss llolic1aw. I fro,n.,cr" clothMiss Lucy Lee Wnltoti left Friday K)llll(. Work on the new bridge over the foi K.climond lo spinil several ilays. es; Miv Ida llollrclaw atlrnded the ercik, at the Liberty pike is hcinu; ra)i idly pushid and it won't be long now Chautauipia at Lancaster last week. until it is ready for the bridge materal Mrs. J. Cummins and Miss Ida M. llolh ahtitments have completed 'ct Ins left Monday for Corbin, where l' ,,,e,,JJ of,,llC KT'"1 aml '! llu vv.ll visit relatives and friends. Mis, Ollir ll:.l,li nf Pirlim,,l. hi. '""1" "'"""-- J oil nil- tup worn, M)irs. Tucker S: Co, .hipped a biji n turned home after a visit to her lot of sheep and lambs lo the Ciucin Mrs. W. H. Shanks i Mr and Mrs, Dave I'arrish and bah) ii.il market last uctk. Clarence Allstott, of the Rolling Fork cool Genof Hichmond have returned after was lure buinl.1) iveuing with a visit to Mr and Mrs. K. 1. Hrucc. a btineli of ini((bly rot.iI lookuiK jouiir $7.50, Kev A. A. I Mucins ot (ilasuovv, atladies in his auto. tended the burial of his uncle, Judui $10, $15 $25. A delightful rtcipiion was yivi.il on J W. Alcorn here today. M jnd.i) b Mrs Joe Will Mrs. J. K VaiiAr-idahand Mis Rout in honor of the Mixes Tarkinu Mary VanArsdalc, of Louisville, arc ton, of lioIc coiuil). All who were the ujicsts tif relatives and friends here. clothpresent had a most ilcltuhtful tunc Miss Olails Southard is visitinu her B iff - Misi.' ( Tli.nt. Mn- - hi tin. lu'il.iit, uranilmother, Mrs. Soulhard at Ml. oftheir ijramhtiolhcr. Mrs A. II. Mc Vernon. Kinney, who is in a er critical con Mi. and Mrs. II. C. Rutilev have dition. I i. I ,1.. l .!.:. .i Mrs. Jno. lalor has iiturned to lnr ' ter. Mr. R R. Iloitriu.in at Lebanon. I. ,, ., c ,. ,IhlVU home in Hradtordsvilb-- , after several ' .11111 .CIIICI ..119 ,,. u. oaini days at the buNiilc ol Mrs. A. It. Mc- retiinied after a visit to relatives and Kinney, here. f rends at Ou colon. Mrs. A. H. .VcKitmcy is very ill! Mr and Mrs (icoruc C. Menifee, of and her friends and Until ones n.arj RirminKhaiu, Ma. arc the stucsts of his j the worst. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. X Mencfec, Quite a number of our people drove Miss Anne Davis McRoberts has rc ....--, ,.. iiyi,- - loniiiy inniiay aticrnoou urneil after a v'sit to Miss Lettic Mac to see the destructive fire that raged McRoberts at Lancaster. on the farm of Mithcell Ti'.vlor, on the Rev. I'. L. Hruce has returned honv' lliistonville pike, south of Danville It after spendini; several weeks at Sprins was thouuht to have started from the USE ALLEN'S F00T-EAS- E Hill. Tenn railroad and burned several haystacks, The antiseptic powder to be shaken Miss Faulite IHcker. who has been a crop into the shoe. If you want rest and of wheat and a lot of fencinn. visitiiiK her Mr Alex Dry weather is eittinu; uardeu stuff comfort for tired, aclniik'. swollen, It sweating feet, use Aliens Foot-Lasat Lancaster. here very short and if a uood ram does relieves corns and bunions of all pain Mr. and Mrs. J. R. .S'unnclley, of not come soon, the peas and bean crops and prevents blisters, sore and calThere are just loll ol ihini you'll need for a harpy, comforlable racation Irfp. Dallas, Tex., are the guests of u moth, will be almost a failure in this section. lous spots. Just the time for Dancinu Here't haidy lilt to check over. You'll ihmk ol aiticln omitted. Write them er, Mrs. Mollic Numiellcy. Rev. Maddox, of the llaptist church I artics, I'jtcnt Leather Shoes, and for down and when you're ready br'ng the list in. Hreakim; in new shoes. It is the Mu Floivc Ilcau-lis visitinc aunts, delivered a very able sermon on Suncomfort discovery of the aue. Try-iMrs. C Johnson and Misses Mollie day uiuht on dancinu. today. Sold everywhere. 25c. Don't OUTING GOODS. TALCUM POWDER. MAGAZINES. and Alirc Heazle at DanvilhMrs. Polly Kaufman is still very accept any substitute. For FRFK trial HAIR BRUSHES. CONFECTIONARY. CIGARS. Mrs. Lelia Cook and Mrs Karl feeble at her home package, address Allen S. Olmsted, Lr on Danville street SHAVING SUPPLIES. BOOKS. BATH REQUISITES. Withers arc assjstiuu in the Severance We had one of the windiest days Koy, N. Y. TOOTH BRUSHES. FOOT POWDER DRINKING CUPS stnrr durinu the sale. Sunday that has been sein here in a Camp COLD CREAM. TOILET WATERS. SOAP. COMBS. Lou Nelson, Fannie Ratcliff, Mr. and Mrs. II. C Wrav and chillot'.K time. It blew a jo-.ipale all Itr.itishaw and Idell Hall of Sharps-- 1 dren, of Danville, were the uucsts ot day yet It is easy to make your purchases now. Have them handy no one saw- any sore of a cloud j burg. 'ier mother, Mrs. Woodic Hale SimW. II. Lair's bloodhound were callj'ust when you want them. j It is learned with reurct that Mr R day. ed to Somerset Tuesday to make a H. Hatson is soon to sever his cm Miss Marv Hiril Covens, of Mid trail. with Lancastrians and move lleslnro, is the cucst of her aunts. Miss Klizalicth l'eavyhoue left on nections to another locality to reside upon a j Miss Florence (livins and Mrs. W. I' Tuesday for a visit to relatives in "The Rexall Store" hani'somc farm. Mr. Hatson h.i3 betni Grimes. Roikwood, Tenn. a citizen of Lancaster am! darrarJ Mrs. M A. Henley, of Julian Riffc is in Oklahoma, helpnia practically all of his life and we will has returned home after a visit to her to harvest the big; wheat crop of that say we believe he can not possible feel lauuhter, Mrs. Will Hays and her vm slate. He says he never saw so much at home anywhere hut in oh! Lanca-- ! J. - Heailey. wheal before in all his life. tcr. Many K"oil wishes will aceonip.ui Mi. and Mrs. Alfred L I'uice re he and his family to their new home. turned home today after spending LANCASTER Miss Lottie Carson, of Stanford, is aliout two weeks in Cincinnati ami Mis. Anne Davis McRoberts, ot the attractive unest of Miss Allic Yan-tiCllicauo. They will be a, the St. Amp'' Manf.ud, was the guest of her cousin, Hjtel to their mam freuuls. Miss Allie Russell Fish, of Stanford, Mr. Owsley Walton has returned to Mii Lctty May McRoberts for tin. is visiting her cousin, Miss Mary Lcc Chautauipia. l.cxiuuton from Orlando, Fla . and W. 11. Hurtoii, who owns a fine loi Lear. his aunt, Mrs. Richard Hush on shland aviniie His parents. Coloiul ot horsis and is a judue of KMd horse Report of the condition of the and Mrs. Walton and family will re- flesh, is proud that Ins noted horse. turn from Orlando in about a week to Clara Hell won at a recuit horse show CRAB ORCHARD BANKING CO., .IK.1UI make Lexinuton their home ami in Dayton, O. Sr., tutertaiu. at Carb Orchard, county of Lincoln. alts Samuel John-ot- t. will be w. unity welcomed kick by their id six or eiuht couples at a vveil State of Kentucky at the close ot busihost of friends Lexinuton Herald arraiiKiil coiiise dinner at her home on ness on the 30th day of June, 1914 : Danville strut. HUSTONVILLE . Kesouices Mis., Maltn F. Adams is eutertaiu-Ltumelt McConnack .itteudeil ol,7oJ V the Loans and discounts s two attractive Kiicstt. Misses Chris- Ovirdratts. secured and burial of Hen (hhmIc at Staufonl last tine Ruckir and lithel Kstriilue, ot wiek. 1,072 07 unsecured II W. I.eiuh and I"). W. Dunn went I 'a hit Lick. 1,01 8 Dm irom Hanks Miss Lucy Walker, of Richmond, is Cash on hand to M.inf'ird on business Monday. k5oS ' if visitinu her cousin. Miss Alice Riuuey. Checks and other Sheriff J. ; Weatberford and Deput-DuiMiss Nancy (ioodloe, who has been Drye were here over Sunday. .,..119 50 cash items Milton McCorni.uk is at home from a stiijuit at Caldwell College at DanHank, hoii-fur. & t"i. 3,000 IK) C lumbiis, lia . where he h,is lnn ville is here to spmd the summer with I () f. pitchit'K for the ball team in the South her father, W. O. lioodloc. Mis. Win. lliirnett and little daughNthi'lir Icauue for several years Liabilities to ill hialth he had to uivo it up ter, Cassie May, of hhelbyville, spent v.tik with Lancaster Capital stock paid in. in cash $15.00 00 and uo to a cooler climate He is Chautauipia Surplus fund .'.500 00 nn.it K ipmrovid in lualtll since his frit nds and rt Halves. Mrs. lithel Win Da mold and Miss I mlividtd profits less e.- return home Mit' Arnold lelt til past wick for an 779 44 pctiscs and tacs paid injoyable outinu at Halt It- - Crick, Mich. Deposits subject to Mrs. H. Clay Smlon will entertain 4 1,420 24 check at a hauiNomc rtceplion at her pretty I'imc deposit-... 3.280 0o 44,700 24 l'"",,n" llol"c ''l''" ("incaster, July Due banks 495 71 trust co's ! 'Nt Tlu lm,r ,ri' r,M" f,u,r io fKc- Hills payable 7.950 00 M Sutton is an unusually popu- ar yomiK nut run many will respond lo TOTAL .71.525 39 How Mrs. Hurley Was Re- to invitatinn. Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 STNTL OF KliXTL'CKV Dollitand stored to Health by Lydia da M's nderson Ilrown recent Miss Aman- ( tiunty of Lincoln Set. were Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, uuests ol E. Pinkham's Vegetable Ut. W. i. Perkins and J. C. H.nlej. their si,ter. Mrs. Httlie Miller at Ohio, District No. 4 vice president and cashier of the above Compound. Member of American Bankers' Association. named Hank, do solemnly swear that Miss Moruau, of St. Loins, Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. " I was troubled with is here for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. the above .statement is true to the of Eldon, Mo. displacement, inflammation and female lame V. Davidson, and other relatives. our knowledge and belief. National Bank No. 5132. W F Perkm. " r weukiiess. For two John HurriMle has returned lo his Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. ftlY- - i years I could not home in San nuelo, Cal., after a stay J. C. Hailey. Casli-tTransit No. 73-23stand on my foot iv.th Subscribed and sworn to before iilllllllllllr iHH parents, Mr. and Mrs. James long; at a time mid I uy 29 day of Ji.ne, 1914. (vaWM, could not wulk two (i. Huriiside. W My commission expires Jan 25 1919 i Luciaii Crant left last vvnk for a l A ii m AwllilJ vaIHA Stanford, Ky. blocks without enduring cutting; and vUit to his aunt and uncle, Mr, and John lidmiston. Notary Public. drawing pains down Mrs, J S. Bowman in Lewis county. News of the Churches j my right sido which Mr and Mrs--. R. K McRoberts an- increased every notince the engagement of their daugh. On Wednesday evening, July 1st there month. I have been ter. Mks I .'ili.. M ... M..l...i....... i will be a union prayer service at the J'- - J Nor- - Presbyterian church, conducted by Rev ?'taJ? e win ne a leaning so. D. M. Walker. All are invited to conic. walk tho floor. I could not lio down or '"in The union services on Sunday night sit still sometimes for a day and a night ciely event of (he coining fall. Win. (Joins, the young son of Mr. ami wa well attended and the people en. at a time. I was nervous, and had verv little appetite, no ambition, melancholy, Mu, Mark (Joins, of Marksbury, is re- j'oyed hearing a strong sermon by Rev am! often felt as though I had not a covering from the painful wound be- C. H. Greer. friend in the world. After I had tried rectntly received by the accidtntal 'I he revival services began at Reiv most every female remedy without sue-- 1 discharge of a pistol ' laml last Sunday night with a large cess, my mother-in-la, . . advised me to Ml" M1ar,'arc,, 'J"J"W audience. Thy sermon was delivered take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable. . . Compound. iis Mope l.ardener I did so and cainetl In ,,ai D. M. Walkir. Three confession's strength every day. I have now no trou in Louisville were leceived. Cnion services were held at the Chrisble In any way and highly pralso your medicine. It advertises Itself." Mrs. tian church to commemorate the elevthe Ttwrt U rtttrrh In S. T. HUKLKY, Eldon, Missouri. enth year of ministry of the jiopular eouutrr tbanmora vtbtr aitfHM-- IbliuttrctUn c( aovl alt tusmbr. t to divine, Rev. F. M. Tinder. Quite a uutll tbe Ul tvw jeara aa iUMmrtl duetora Remember, the remedy which did luiurablr, at Man? Jim lut this was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable number gathered to honor the occasion itvnouuis?f It a lueal in dlaM abU rtavrltMil kkal auj by rvuilautlj falllUK tu curw Hllb Compound. For sale everywhere and many were the nice, compliment luval trvatuiriit, ruuuuiuvd It lutiirabk-- Niiriua baa rovru I'atarrb tu a ciutUulluuil ulavaar. It has. helped thousands of women ary things said about the worthy citl- - and Ibrrrrvrv rtsiulrrabacuualltutlvual trraloirut, who have been troubled with displace-- 1 ten and able pastor. It is wish of all llaU'a I'atarrb I'urv, tuaouraclurrd bjr K. J. t'brur 4 Co.. Toledo. Oblo, la Iba uul t'uualltu-Huments,inflammatlon,ulceratIon, tumors, t,at he will continue to reside in I turn ou tba uiarkrt, It la taarn luOfu.ll lu duH-- Irom 10 drupa tu a pericJic pains backache, rapl., calS0, am, 11 aria ,e dlrrctl vu tba liluod and ttaauuourul. f0 mucoua aurfaira of that bearing down feeling, indlgest on, ' , tbv aati-uiTbejr offer ou tbodrd dollara fur of He Christian church, and nervous prostration, after all other J aujr raw It fall, to tura. Stud Kr clrculara aud alie dams is entertain-It- ? tr.lliuuulala means have failed. Why don't you try 1 Addrraa I J. CI1ENKV 4 CO., Tvln'o. Oblo. Lydia E. Pinkhain Medicine Co., I,nt ,lle following young ladies at a Suld bjr PruigUU, Lynn, Mass. hem. party; Misjes Jane Belle, of Taat Uall'i lau.ll lie. fir ctutljxtlvo. Jill, m avwj Mxvl m Hi i '. 1 " sis-ti- r, hnr se'-tio- Mohairs at evi-niii- - fllV .... ,?,,. ... These are the coolest es for the hottest weather and are ready for you. i ! H..J. I McROBERTS uran-lfathcr- , GOING ON A VACATION? c. t - - Penny's Drug Store s. Watch Our Prices Always Lower Than Others We have to offer you, new Clothing, New Waists, Dresses, Oxfords, Hats, fact, Work Pants, Odd Dress Pants; e, we have all you want, to otfer you. Come here and get big low prices. Oiv-iii- u WOMEN CAN IlllWsvilt km IP iff Robinson's "Honor Roll Bank" , - llnllULI ULLILlLj - I r 5. F. W: s in-t- iiNrniN rni ntv "" vvviU nat hnai ukuv con.uc.r.Hol. S 0. St&USSSS I "'N''"f. r For This Hot Wealhar Go to Cummins for your I I ' '""""' Light Weight Underwear, Snirts. Straw Hats. rrmi-dlea- , . A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. c",c""'m - ,,,:, "" J. F. Cummins riifK r-s- m jl V TB T& 'I ) 11 IM A CUSTOMER'S WORD 1 J"AY be worth more to you than our. We own we are enthusiastic about the wonderful values we are offering, but we don't'-0beyond the facts. Here is what a customer said while the big crowd of eager buyers were in the store Saturday: v 1 .. i . . .1 . . 1 nw i i i i j v o 1 am never arraia or not rij; nnuing cnrrDAurric gooas as aaverusea. 1 nave oeen auencung sales at tneir store twice a vv; year for a long time and usually make ONE dollar do the work of TWO." Fl , a. jl ciie, ? n 1 . Sale in Full Blast, Will CoptipUe all This Wee W Next. WANT SEVERANCE & SON. 3 de Equals 25 Write lor trill package ot BcetVe S TOOK & POULTRY MEDICINE. page, illustraour alo book,32lull explaining ted its uses. Address i Dee Dee Stock Medicine Company. Chattanooga. Tenn. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer. FARM AND STOCK NEWS A CONFESSION HERE IS WHAT YOU A startling statement but a true one In this case. One teaspoonlul of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents' equal, in what they do for your animals and fowls, two stock or poultry tonic pounds of any ready-ma(price 25 cents). There you are I If you don't believe it, try it out J Buy, today, a can of Be Dee Out it fed at. Lite STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE Males it P. B 3 Mr. Farmer: When you come to Stanford, day, don't fail to see that "INDIANA SILO" on the Eubanks' lot, near L. & N. Depot. Give me your order early. I have sold 31 during April and May. -- Mon- "THERE IS A REASON." W. P. KINCAID, District Agent Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION it CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JULY 5th Market Place AdverThe People's FOU SALL. Sow and pigs, lolin tise What You Have to Sell SO'-'Meier, Highland, Ky. Hopes Her Statement, Made Public, HORSE BREAKING. 1 will break Insure votir urniiprtv vd'h Brnmlev horses to ride or drive gentle Thus. will Help Other Women. & Bromlrv. Stanton!. Kv. HacUey, R. F. D. I, Stanford. FOR SALIi. Full bloodeil Slirot.- phaeton, almost new FOR SMI !lnrc bucks. N. J. Cone, Moreland, Mines, Ala. "I must confess", siys Sppl) tn Mrs Jennie We.ircn and J I). 51-Ky 51 4 earen, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Hula Mae Rcid, of this place, "that I;OR SALL. A good four-- ) car-ol- d Cardui, the woman's ionic, has done ir.e .. .11 . i if JcrM.') milk cow with a heifer calf three a great deal of good. wcuiiitiit presents ;u muciier s lew. V. O. Walker, Stanford, weeks old. Before I commenced using Cardui, I elrv store 51-- 2 Ky. would spit up everything I ate. I had a VF. arc now handling the well known tired, sleepy feeling nil the tunc, and was to all member of Owls. XOTK I could hardly drag around, Dicring Farm Implements. c have irregular. anything from repairs to a mowing and would have severe headaches con- PUase be present at the inciting on hndjy night er) important business, machine to a threshing machine coin, tinuously. !m) binder twine. Call on us plctc. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely V M Duncan, Secy. before ou bin C II. Carter and Son. quit spitting up what I eat. Everything eems v digesl all rfcht, and I have WRITE me, telephone me, come and in gained 10 pounds In weight." FOU SALE. Threshing outfit sec me alxmt your houe, carriages, li you are a victim of any of the numerperfect working order. 500 bushels cu and automobile painting Paper hanging paciu. 2A inch Belle City separator will ous ills so common to your sex, it is a specialty. Shop on West Main street wrong to suffer. thresh all kinds of grain and hull clovJJ Telephone in residence, No er. 15 horsc-owr- r Fairbanks Morse For halt a century, Cardui has been ref Ky engine. The very thing for one lieving just such ills, as is proven by the lleldeii, Stanford, Caroline or two fanners together I have sacd thousands of letters, similar to the above, Booming Ireland for State Rice nearly its cost in getting my grain out which pour into our oiiice, year by ear. My land is all in in good condition. Cardui is successful because it is com(Front ndiroii Count) Record iIregrass is my reason for selling Come posed of ingredients w hich act specifically 'I he friends of Professor Joe and see it now at work. on m farm A. on the womanly constitution, and helps land, if Stanford, are urging him to V. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. build the weakened organs back to health cut r the raco for Stale Mipermtend W. M. DoJcI, of Hust. nville, sold and Strength. tut of Schixds. He was in Lawrence Cardui has helped others, and will help burg this week and staled that iie had last week, a pair of yearling mules to Get a bottle today. You his ear to the ground and was almost ;i patty near I'crrjillc, Bole county, you, too. a There is hardlv won't regret it. Your druggist sells it. a certain entry fur -- 50. Both were mares and the) more ixtpnlar or lretter kn mn tdit Write to . Chitunoo. .MtJIcInt Co.. Ulln' cost Col. Dodd about ?i50 last fall. cat.ir in the Stale and slimi'd he ge' D?pt., Cluttanouiia, 7rnn., (or tiprcull on yout case anj "Hum. into the light would be an awful hard C. lv. Mattin, of Danulle sold to V for omen," in( In puin wrapper. NC12T man to btat. For a number of )c.ir d T. Kobinson m heifers for TrMtcenl City High lie was principal of the ?JM, to L. C. Boslc) one sow and pig School at Stanford and made a most JUMBO C. Robinson, one Jer-sfor $27.50; to J. He is now traveling record. There will be a ball game at C C. enviable American Book Company He for the cow and calf for $57.51, to Meier Terry's on the fourth ot Jul) and a is eminently qualified for the position & butcher Huffman two lunch stand. KvitjIkmI) come and have and should he be elected the people can cows at fic and a half cents per ll; rest assured that he will look after their a good tunc. heifer to L B. Moore one diligently Mr. and Mrs. John Denhain and two interests for six cents per pound; to Frank Robchildren returned to Ludlow after a New Postmasters heifers for ?d5. inson, tow week's visit to home folks. S. Foley has In en appointed povtmas i Monte Fox, of Danville, purchased Mr. Craig Baugh. of Ludlow, is tcr at Hack lev. Garrard county, W M week in Montgomery county, this limes at Hedgeville. Bojlc county J. B relatives of this place. more than 700 head of fancy steers, at Hyattsvillc. Garrard conn F.Ia Terry is improving after a Sanders Mrs Alice G. Hudson, at ty. and averaging 1,450 pounds, for which he long spell of sickness. Pulaski county. paid eight to eight and a half cents Mr J, V. WiNoti. who has been sick cents. These arc the first big cattle that A rcoort from Buriiside sav for a long time is not exacted to lie. sold this summer and the prices paid Mrs. Frank Meredith, of Ludlow, is lnsh Tarter, wanted for the shnotin; for the handlers. were money-makeof Marshal John Coombs ami thr kill visiting relatives of this place. mg of John MUgeralil some time ago. Some rattle men believe that the price lias lieen aporchended in Indiana and will materially advance , for big cattle Rheumatism Shake Off Your will lie brought back for tral within the next few weeks. The cattle Now is the time to get rid of )our ' ought by Mr. Fox brought approxi- rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e cent Fire Insurance, Tobacco Hail Insurance Reliable companies No wild cat or mate!) $80,000. Chamberlain's Liniment and boctlc of assessment concerns, W. J Campbell see how quickly youi rheumatic pains Hiistonville. 42-t- f Report of the condition of disci'prar. Sold by alt dealers. THE MCKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK doing business at the town of McKin-tit- y KENTUCKY WOMAN, SUFFERER FROM at the cloe of business on 20 day STOMACH ILLS, QUICKLY RESTORED tl Sl-J- p. -2 I . (i-- ll 29-l51-- tf V BANK WITH AN OLD AINU vMJUUiSS- - 'fr' , 1 -- . FUL BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, J hr"H KENTUCKY. ite I A. It Is Seeking Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It ,1 . 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 Tl 1 V, i AT L. L. SANDERS, lk. 525-ouu- Crab Orchard. , , e) I,HX)-poun- d d f 110 I Cream Freezers Picks T Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. Del-ma- r, rs GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky UNDERWEAR The Kind That Keep You Cool B. Y. D. and Porousknit of June 1714. SJ.50 Round Trip 1 SPECIAL TRAIN .50 Round Trip Resources $33,015 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and 555 unsecured 1.758 lJue from Banks I,U Cash on hand Checks and oilier cash items,.., 24u Banking House, Furniture 4,.i35 and Fixtures Other Assets not included under 630 any of above heads 82 J 97 55 IX) (X) 30 TOTAL $41 ,672 25 aug-- , i..i lams JUNCTION CITY 5:35 ft a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Liabilities Capital stock paid in, in cash ?15,(XX) 3,000 Surplus Fund Deposits subject to check.... 19,022 Due Banks and Trust 3.000 Companies 1.649 I'ujiaid Dividends TOTAL STATE Lincoln 00 00 30 00 95 ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation 1 ? 1 for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. LIVE IN THE OPEN GOLF TENNIS HUNTING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING DRIVING MOTORING RIDING $41,072 2i ., of KENTUCKY.Couiity Ol : Set. W'c li. J. Tanner and J. W. Sallee, President and Cashier of the above TO THE PUBLIC named Bank, do solemnly swear that I represent the largest and best r clothing house in this counthe above statement is true to the best try -- hd V Price & Co., Chicago, III, Manufacturer of our knowledge and belief. 1'.. J. TinMy experience in measuring and diand Dealer in ner, president and J. W. Sallee, Cashrecting the making of your clothes, ier Subscribed and sworn to before me gives me the advantage over one who High-Cla- ss Monuments will is not a practical tailor, If vou this 29 da) of June 1914. My commisgive me vour order 1 will promise you sion txpires March 10 1910 F. M. Ware Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all a square deal. You will get the worth Notary Public of your money, either in the cheaper Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill grades or the higher priced My spring hue of samples arc r.ow ready tor your 'OCR MlTl'M. GIRL" begins to Closed on Saturdays inspection. Call and let me show you. night at the opera lints. IXn'l mi.sthc Telephone No, 164. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. I. first re-STANFORD. KY. , I Wonderful Stomach Itemed). Mavr's no long trtat-me.iUses Mayr Thv first tluc prove Hawkins "Never Felt Better Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Reined) in My Life." c!ir the digestive tiact of mucoid accretions and riiiiud poisonous mat Mrs. Belle Hawkins, of Eminence. brings swift relief to sufferers victim of stomach disorders. ter. It K)., was a from ailments of the stomach, liver and She took a great deal of treatment and hnwds M.iuv declare it has saved them medical attention. operations and many Wonderful from dangerous At last she tried Ma)r's are sure it has saved their lives. Stomach Remedy and got real results. Because of the remarkable success of In a Utter telling of her experience she this remedy there are many imitators, said : so be cautious. Be sure it's M WH'S "I have taken all of the medicines I Penny's Drug Store ami you and will saj it lias done do to ordered of the wonderful results it has liteu more good than all the doctors and accomplishing or stud to Geo. H medicines I ever tried. I don't really' Whiting 0 Majr, Mfg. Chemist, I never filt better in think am well. 111., for free book St., Chicago, on my life If I ever should need an) med-- i ailments and mauv grateful ' stomach know where to get it" icuie letters fiom people who have bten re Tii.'i l is a typical lettei, l.tkui a one stortd. uv druggist can tell jou its among the thousands from the users of woiieVrful clficts. Mrs. Belle Kemedy t. ask-abo154-151 1 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. HARRY JACOBS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedJMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2.00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 FEEDS made-to-or- di J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY fl The Old and Reliable Agency 60 YEARS AN AGENCY 60 U)e Oldest in Central Kentucky Nothing but the Largest and Best OTHER NOTED RESORTS Tyrou, MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF H.Bd.rionviile, WaynetvilU, Hot Springs. Brevard, Saluda. Flat Rock Lakt Toxaway ) k Cent Farm loans J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'Clary $1,000 to $200,000 Let u Fxplaia II Cotti You Noihing SOUTHERN RAILWAY We Save You Money W. KING & SON Companies Represented. State Made Rates. Settlements Prompt and Liberal. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Dealers in Matting, Ruqs. FurniFurniture ture Exchanged (or all Kindt Ot Stock. STANFORD, KY PHONE 42 Talk With Me Before Insuring. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Office Phone 167. 6TANF0RD, Home Phone 35. I npw" PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH Foe tnrtbr lnfwtmlioo m. lad (..t, er .dtlr.u, I. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. JESSE D. WEAREN, The Insurance Man Resilience Phone Office Phone 95 'Mi J Qiuptide I ud Slioil Sit. Lexington, Kentucky . Stanford, Kentucky KENTUCKY. WW " " mmju n wmMfi