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RMS Afifc 9t e ,"" Yw "Am JMierift'M Pf?; vl JTAMVOj, UNCO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 3, lgu. TUESDAYS AND NtlBAYS imuvur msK' H.MWM Pl HL. . r ''5.1. i- -- ' , -- ars ;v ' V u fcLa ',1 t otherwise. He Is better now. ACCEPTS CALL TO PINEVILLE ONE SIDED BALL GAME The Sunday school orchestra will go Ser- Wen by ChristUns Who'Oo To EHr- to Liberty Saturday evening to deliver Rev, Carey R. Blaln Preaches Lst Seeonst zr & i mon at Hustonville Sundjfra one of their excellent programs, Place In S. S(. Legue Standing i ifflf U IP'WUf-Our school will begin next Monday Rev. Carey R. Wain has tendered his Played Won Lost P. C Ctttcmin''We with Prof. Ward, who comes highly . .m Jresignation as pastor of the Presbyter- Ilaptfsts .... 3 '. . . I 2 M7 recommended from the Normal school. 2 2 .500 ian church at Hustonville, and has ac- Christians JUhv tirl and bo kt Miss Hanson is also an efficient J J.1J .tHsT'OV" eivita a Fax ami Crab cepted a call to Pineville. Rev. lllam having taught the McCor-mack- 's teacher, ..... iiu.i. .. laiti.to stimuli mi r.. r.. .!..!.. c.....i... house ami lw i..n school last year. sj. ...s. tat. M . Sunday. He has been pastor at lltrt- - team nosed the oii.iiiav siliuoi out nail UmIv decorated with ! of sm-MMessrs. K. King and Noah Hishop wvww lonvillc for about five coming second place in the Sunday School ;' LJMtUeand blue bunting. Two were m Pulaski county last week Ibeie (he seminary. During that LK,gf ot Mantorrf on Thuri.Jay aficr-- li .Ic- Horn ITJTiiSSorictVl on the Uwn. buying sheep and cattle. Tliej made Vaura,,!,ei KrlVe,t PFT hy a in- lit- Las done a splendid work, and American colon, one cofMed their shipment from Eubank. ..is ,.r.,ii. ..,.i...,i i,...,.u ... un- ""-.- " very larcclv due th the fart bvoi for tlic v.. . was th.it Messrs. Clyde Noel and Will Hakcr the Fox Game ncl the oilier people of the st End Rev. Blain is several of the -nine's best both game were ov - Grab Bg. After and family went to Hrooklyn Hridge greatly interested in the home players were out of the game and mission last wrck on a filling trip. Something work of Ins dwinalion, .'ttd will have - It. "the lox Uooth. wai turncU into a had t lake their places, s- -r lfot office. like ninety pounds of fish were caught. a number of mining camps in the moun- eral of whom iiad not played base ball l'areei Judge L W. Itetlitinnn of Som. ,cy spent several ,Iay,. clnne. where . Mr. Charles Lu.isford, of Shelby tains within his jurisdiction at Pine- for many years. The Christians all Mr. Tliomai Coleman attended to the erct, Jtidue W L. Urowit. of iaR. mtnnnw ,, lle bri(la, slugged the ball hard for a total of 18 ,,,, t,,c children a they ar- - Judge C C. Williatiu, of Ml. Vernon, r,.urn...g to Paris via Perryville and , City, has been thc recent guest of Walter ville. He will take charge of his new c(, Lc ,e reKtochig f Tim f.ili,r. ,.l pastorate in August, the torinal instal- hits during the A. M. Warren, I). I', , ri,A fifleh child was numbercil with and .MCKoiierti, 1. (i, Mill, Florence. II. Lexingto... 1 he br.de. who,. .sail. ecc of, lllc allari ,vl0rt. afcr IC Moser. a,. lation being on August 30th. Until thai their opponent's play was the hitting I. ..... ... ...... j..,,, Jr., J. .1 i.i....f rll.lHn ' ,,,,,.,, ,1C M.rfrllKI ,lc ccr,.nlollJ. ..f..L o. ......... - I. hasrunning ot Hvi Colenan. Miss Mary Hanson has returned time he will do some special work at anil a icu,fii.n. I'axtoM, J. N. Metiefec. Jr.. and J. S. Perryville, was a graduate of Bourbon the Consi.lcrabl- - good Montreal. N. C. The manv nf rivalry i.Inncd on their left shoulders, the num. ,.i siJl.f.,r.l Initr...-.- ,! ...... ... prisc.tce of a large uuuiIh.t ot home from Huruside, where she has this iKipulnr young minister friendsthis lias been engendered nafi'e-College in Paris, and was a member in guests. The bride wore an elegant l.ccn attending a house party of Miss section, will wish him unbounded suc- and good crowds arc aino.ig the boys bcrs being used In carry out tlic louow- lltillalo tprinm cemetery always pres.mt of the senior class of VJIA. She is a ing games. The Iox Came came tirst, white go.n trimmed in Duchess lace. Stella Lewis. cess as he goes about his Master's work HHiting for their favorites. The Bappretty and Mlractisc young woman, Cupid's Crers s Mrs. Stiscrs has returned to licr in a new vineyard. tists play the M f lc groom jM cadi child having a chance to fasten next sislcr Altrl Monday and after that the Baptists and Itrn Conley and Miss Ina Reynolds, and is quite popular ... Mercer county ,,M,kci .lltractUc in a wilUe taffl.ta stlit home in Lexington alter a visit to the tail to the fox. The three nearest Christians will hook op again on lioth of this county, were married at soe.cy c.rc.e. Mr. Man... ., one ol ,,,, ,y mj,c! E. C. Carman Loses His Father mark were until utiles Mrs. Thos. King 'ilu. correct m,(r wh i niirsuay loiiovvtng. the home of Mrs. Ultra 'lerreli last lne score: W. young inisiness men, he- - , e ...,- - vi- - i, ,,.,. .. n. I,&t Mr, and Mrs. U II. King arc spend- man L. Carman, father of E. C. Carwhich were won by the following: week. Mr. Conley is a farmer of this ciiierprising All R II PO E and Miss Jane Carman, of this ing llic junior menibrr of the wcll- I'.rt Hrady ss double ink stand, Joan comily. 1 00 Immediately after the ceremony. Mr. ing a few days in Lexington. First, A large city, died at his home at Marrowbone, i ...... - I f.. u,t .s.ariin i.ros., OI i. . - ....... ,.. Calmese lb'v 11 1 L I'". Ila'lcy. age 56, and Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. Thos; Shadoan and Ky Monday light, alter an illness of M Tamn(. cfl ainj(, thc fhow. llallouS second, a small bed room Sam F.mh'ry pN 1 I 0 clock, Mary Ionise Cover; third, Ilailcv, age 55, were mairicd at the lar.s. He is a ineinl cr of thc Hoiirbon Crs of rice for thc home of Mr. and family from Missouri and Mr. Myers, se.cral days. Mr. Carman and Miss H Coleman 3hv 5 court hoic here last left here Mot. nay ecK by Judge Fiscal Court, being a magistrate from 'Mrs. W. J. Tanmie where a beautiful of Wilmorc have been the guest ot Janenot arrive until after morning, but M. A. Stone panic bag match box, Marie Powell. lams P. Ilailey. This couple are Im.iIi 4 did he was dead. the Paris precinct. Um iheir arrival reception was given in their honor, Mr. and Mrs. Josh Myers.. Siioonamore c .! The funeral and burial 0 Mjjf Margaret Hopper and Mr. 11. W of this toutitv sii' have many IriciuM occurred at Sam Craig n,c. ,Vi uo i tincinnati on their rf ... 0 who wisli t'ncni much iuippmcss. to Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Martin went at Little Misses Laura andLillic Gad. Marrowbone 'lucsday afternoon at four CfilcHian assisted in the Fox same. Re. P. L. Bruce'frf Samuel 0 The Grab Hag came next, each child Mis liiler Ilowtey, of this coiimy and once to their apartments in the Hoiirbon l.r.dal tour. Those who attended the dis, of Parksville, arc the guests Mist o clock. .W. W. White rf ..... 0 llartle. the attrnct.ve ami College htuhbup H. R. Sanfley, rf .... liad a grab and secured a package con- ficromplihed il.mylilcr, of August liar-tic- mousI) furnished, which had Ik en pre- - wedding Irom this place were Mr. and Sallic Caddis. 0 MT. ZION ,..... ,, and they base gone s.:..... ...... Mrs. taining a small present. Six Lexington, of near Crab Onliard were marri- to housekeeping. Mr. Rev. J. C. Livingston filled his ,, ,,... ...., has been Joe McAlistcr, ofhere. Martins host ot Ml. i TOTAL ., 35 3 8 27 15 It .. visiting relatives packages called for prues which were ed at the court house here last Fndav. friends "Imck home" here Sunday and Sunday Christians 'extend liearliest nUo.i. Mr. Tom Rout, Mr. Lucicn MyAB R II PO A E JoM'jdi Cricshcm, of Crab Orchard, Mrs. Win. lillis has been in Russell night. won by the following lucky grabbers. Cy Anderson 63204 .Mary Winner were marrivd congratulations .Mi and best wishes. ami maui-cur- o ers. Mr. Waller Moser, Mr. Walter county visiting. Fjrii, French Ivory six piece 3" 2 40 The Death Angel visited the home ' ,,as,er at Oitciihcim last week. Mr. Grieshon ' Ubo-nanil Mr. Willie Pruitt. .Mrs. Jim Carter is now at home of .Mr. H,,l,nr 3 ..( r .n a "' set. Luetic Waters; second. is a jMipular farmer of the East J'lnJ, t u.. .... .. . ........... i.CrKms uverstrcet c ... ,. G. Montgomery had a very .from a visit to her daughter at lunc. ..6 1 0 11 brushes, W. K. isliile tlic liruK is a or acconipliliei m.-.. finish military i.irs. oaran i. v:i .i.r.i night and took away his daughter, Crimes lb 6 1 3 11 Slutgars, Jr. third; gold plated jew- young lady. They have the test wishes ai ner Home at Mugs .Mountain Tues- - narrow escape trom a serious accident , Hon L.ty. Maud. She had been down a long lime'E- - Anderson If of their many fniiids for a long and ..6 0 2 0 C llrCI'.Kril 1 ,,i Kion.ll ueCIUlC. lavt Mnn.h.i. f. lio . r(.,r,,.., Miss Fannie Myers returned to her with el box, Josephine Cooch, fourth, Cor'K,lt rf .5 40 happy union. that dreadful disease, conumo. ' )0 Hra.lfordsvillc, p Marjonc wlure .he home at Cicoijetoui. Wednesday after ...... u.m i ... (.. M. Longworth and Miss Martha uuircii, ,,7T,."rfnf.r...f,,he lll;,p"5t '""". horn .... .. ...i stal glass hair receiur, rf.... . , was1, ,t ..;r Muienngs vvun great. iLcphtw M. Walk-- r cf .4 1 2 0 cv. u. 2 ' mc" '" "" "" a'i"u"ueiH on uiu an extended visit with relatives here. patience. Jlallou, fifth, Crstal puff jar, Vic Gov: Hubbard were unitid in marriage at a menu to all. who were in need. Her Shevwas about 23 years of Joe Hill cf and lb ...3 2 0 the courthouse This Mrs Mat Engleman and childien, of age He was driving c.niiil ...uch sadness m the sec- - I previous Sunday. Smith: sixth. Large cast metal mW H,,ul.ir couple hereof last Friday.county, death sin- and leaves her father, mother. is no., Garrard fm-iliven as well as in oilier through a lane where at the time Campbcllsvillc arc visiting Mrs. H. P. five t4ihd, scroll design in art novcau 49 14 27 16 4 brothers and one sister, besides ,u whore they have man) friendi, who k'Vr' vumg boy, named Oarr.son, was mow Shewniakcr. Joseph Hallou. Mrs. Alfred Pence wish them much joy anil happiness. flvi Y.icer. aiiimnarvv Sacrifice host of friends and relatives to mourn Mr. Charles Joluron, of Robbins, that she is machine stolen 2, Cicero Rev nobis, who eparted this V!w ),l'e,lj ?'"" a ',wl" upl Misi Sue Taylor linglcman assistno more. The remains were Stone, bases Calmese, Coleman Ilorses became frightened' and ran Tenn., is visiting Mr. Horkins here. P. Bradj. Craig. Cy K. and BUCK CREEK life several years a;o. She is survived laiJ to rest in tlic old Friendship Vager 2, Perkins, Grimes 2,Anderson. ed. in the Crab Hag game. All prijes Mr. 0. Lcphew, throwing him off, but as it d George Venters was found dead by three daughters Miss Ida Waters Mrs. R. C! Coffey and Miss Etta My- burying frwefc awarded by Miss lilsic's father, ground. Walker.. Base on halls off Embry 2; Mrs. Klia yoctini and Mrs. Mary pencil the lines were caught in the ers were in Danville Wednesday shopMattic Lee in the road last Saturday.' Mr. enters 1 Colcma.i Misses fi. jafrMiss Birdie Graham is very sick at struck out by Embry 4; by Lcphew 8. MaA and stopped them just before ping. had gone to Mr. Ilajs" store and tho . . Hft.blc and Mary Early helped in this writing, licr many frienrj are sor- Hit by pitcher (by Lcphew) Embry, lnr i I lllll .lllll ..llll Minn. t"c' rcachl". . ev Montgomery. One Miss Mabel McClure Three base hits Coleman, Calmese. of King's Mountain and Will A. Flint has been visit- ry to learn. Wring the children with cream and family thought that he had stayed of Viueemies, Two base hits Coleman. Hill, double Ind. and one sister, Mrs. "f 'be horses was cut severely. The ing in Somerset. too long and went to hunt for him and skc. The cream was in the national Mrs. Ethel White, of Lancaster, is plays Lephew to Overstreet to Hill. found lu.n dead in tlic road. He had I.Ua Raiiy, of Covington. The fun- - road was very narrow and if they had Miss Bertha Cray is now visiting at with colors, red, white and blue. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brvaiu ,,avc i,,iur- - Middleburg. gotten nearly back home. Squire Camvum';1 iKtl:r TURNERSVILLE ECHOES AfYcr each one was served refreshBrown this week. Montgomery and den was called and the Mr. and Mrs.' Tom Mcrn'man. of was held Mrs. Belle Singleton and Mrs. Eliza coll Mr. Merchant, ments, which were of the national of Lancaster , who Green arc the crhaps him. and the jury pronounced that lie cams guests of friends here Hitrgin, arrived Sunday to be with rela. Coming Next Monday ors, they ca'.led at the Post office has been up looking over the store ol this vveek. C.eorg- - I". Duunman. Ihimiicss .nana- Rev. Perryinan, of Danville, filled tives here for a few days. was to his death in a natural way. The lody P. T. Peace, which is for sale. Wth. and .secured a parcel wlncii Misses Jessie Peck and Myrtle Cain c Fowler the pulpit at the Methodist church Suu- charge by J. M. Reynolds. ger of the H.pulHr i was taken Miss hmma Fitzgerald is visitine in Mr. George Ross has come back from were the pleasant cucsts of Miss Bessie au;addresscd box of chocolates, fur da, evening. He delivered an excellant our umicrmHcr aim wiKcn to tile wniiiiie Cincinnati. Cooch last week. Detroit, Mich. on ... ffMis Colcmen's gucits were 'the fob Spring cemetery, where it was Uid to next Monday. c ar-- ' the Lightt of thc Mr. Ed Peyton continues vrrv sick Mrs. Mary Allen, of Lebanon, has The .oinpany carries its e,,,n "n Mis. Besssie Rogers and Mr. aim fWIng: Misses GcncsTi Oaks, lilsic II at this writing. Rev. Wagoner, thc regular been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lan-ha- Mrs. Eugene with World." .folcman, Anna Lee Eubanks, Margit- rest. Mr. Venters was 80 years old. own .naKnifice.it canvas theatre Brown visited their sisMr. Cecil Mannine continues about His wife has been dead for some time comfortable seats and electric lights. 'pastor is at Concord holding a series ter, Mrs. Barbira Thompson last Sun thc same. iic McClure. Zelh Uarnctt. Daisy They also have social seenerv and cf nicctiugs Msscs Eddie Gifford and Rubv Lan- - day. School will begin here Mondav the Luns- - He raised a large family ami only a beautiful eostunus. Mr. Duntiir.an as- unsforU. Lucile Skirvin, Ruth 1tv' ,'rncst 1'onl at Me- ham, of Vosemite, arc visiting Miss Little Miss Lou Ada Thompson is 6th, with Prof. Reynolds as teacher. He ,r.t. Uarnctt. Lucile Waters, part of them was at his fm.eral.tlie stires us that t! cv have some new fea- - I has taught two very successful terms - rest of them living in Washington and tises that will please the people. Don't j Cormack's church Sunday afternoon, !gncs Kussell. sick this week. Louise Waters, Mary Pcttus. Margaat this place and we see no reason why The Women Missionary meeting Idaho, it was inissihlc for them to fail to see the free open air act of Dare Mrs A. D. Martin and children are Mrs. Cynthia Rogers has gone to he should not teach another one. tt Pcttus, ic Cose Smnth, Mary He come Mr. Venters was a scry intel uevii Men, a way up lugli over .the'... - , i.m.i m. .., ... .,...,v,, n. ,nv i'.ii3uii4kv lasi 1. 1. .la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank RusMr. A. D. Root who has been visitCrab Orchard to stay with Mrs. Steger highest In. ding in town on the opening , Uovcr, Nettie Louise Sliewinaker. sell. Mrs.Martht Smith is mighty sick and ing friends and relatives here for the Lclia Cook Rancv, ligent and ..illustrious man. He was ...ghl of the sl.ow :. real I dood thrill- - tul Dorotliy Tribblc,The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. A. M. Tom Routt is at home from Ak her many friends hope for a sppedy re. past few days left Tuesday for North Greer, tending a small crop this jear. He was nir. sensational act that no other lin Warren. Elizabeth Isabella Carolina, where he will visit his daughliked by all who knew him and he will man being ever attempted. Come and W. Carpenter last week. Miss Liccie ron, (J., covers. Frances Greer, ter, Mrs. Leslie Carter Everybody was Ilessie Clay Farris, see the man who flirts will, death. The Haughman, Mr. John Moser was in Liberty Har- be gcatly missed. Mr. Venters came Ironi company is said to he one of the best Heazley and Mrs. J. K. There will be Sunday School at ') glad to sec Mr. Root looking so well. Carter, Catherine Heck. Sadie gave splendid addresses. Refreshments Thursday and Friday evening. Mr. John Carter is helping thc looks Idaho to this county. on the road, and comes here from o'clock Sunday.. We hope to see a larg ris Wearcu, Sabra Catherine Walker, of his place greatly by repairing hij where is is said to have plavcd were served. Mr. Logan Estcs wife, who has Miss Lula Helle, of Nashville, is the crowd present. Josephine Cooch, Frances Coru.incy, home. nightly to large audiences The Ladies Aid will serve ice cream guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bell. There will be a Children's Day France's Tate, Hctlic McCann Perry. been sirk for a long time is no better. Mrs. Mary Goode and son Bcnnie at the Public Square on next Saturday Mr. W(U Oakcs' son is ery sick. Mrs. Mat Hale, of Trenton , Ind., attended the funeral and burial of Mr. at Union next Sunday. You're Bilious ai.d Costiv-- i Amola Ramsey. Sarah ilright. Sarah Monroe Thompson is on the sick has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Aunt Fannie Irvine is on the sick Ben Goode here last week. SickJ.cadache, bad breath, sour stom- afternoon. Heck, Hester AuJerwm, Joan Hallou. aged 8t died Mr. Jos Jessie bought of Mr, C K. Sim Owens. ach, Furred tongue and indigestion, list She is the oldest lady in this com- onMr. Ben Goode 25th, with years dread Mary Ruth Rc.nliart. list. Walker, l.irfilc Thursdav. lune tliat Mr. Alv.n Padgett and wife visited mean liver am! bowels clogged. Clean McClure a lot for ?250, joining his Miss Bessie R.ffe, of Hustonville, is munity. Mabel Wilkinson. Ma'rgor.c disease tha( has cure, His wife preHallou. Get a 25c bottle of Dr. u; will the charming guest of Miss Marguhis grandma Sunday. Mr. John Hays is very sick. Dt ceded him to the ijrave some four years-ago- . King's New- - Life Pills today and empty home on Second street. Mr. Jessie Catherine Hrucc Mattic Lee Preston. lloyil Moore's little girl has been the stomach and bowels of ferineuting, soon build and he with his wife will erite Routt. He leaves two daughters. Mrs. WilJones' is waiting on him. Josephine Cooch. Anne Catherine P. Bradshavv liam Ward and Mrs. gassy foods and waste. A full bowel move here from McCormack's church. Miss Nannie Cooper is with rela Mr. M. T. Holdam went to Clay a n I four grandchildren.W. Miss Gabic Lucile Ireland, sick but is be.ter. Powell, Marie thankful Mr. Jessie is an efficient blacksmith tives at Monticello. Mr. Took Lay, Mis Eva Dislion, movement gives a satisfied, county and married. Bradshavv, and brother, Bryant and Lucile Hallou. Katherine Hrady, Marfeeling makes you feel fine. Effective, and will appreciate all work given Miss Elitabell. Lay, and Jessie Curry Mr. Harry Neal is ot home from Mr and Mrs. W. M. Menefee wcrt Miss Lonnie Goode and brother Bcnnie, yet mild. Do.i't gripe. :5e at your garet Daviwni, Annette Wcaren, Mar made a flying trip to Cincinnati Sun- druggist. Hiu'klen's 'Arnica Salve tor him. Florida for a few days. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mcrrel besides a host of friends to mourn the Liuise Woods. Thelma Powell, Mary day. loss of a loving father and grandfaBert Mrs. Oscar Minks and Mrs burns. Mr. Joe Farmer, of McClian, 111., is Sunday. Powell, f'ddic Hrucc Ilaugll-jfjuaTiilbert ther and while it is their loss, we hope Myers have been very sick, but are visiting Mrs. Lane here. Mr. Dennic Gooch, an expert watch Tom Smith is still working on tin it is Heavens gam. After funeral serHill, and Messrs. Dora Kathemc SICE the great feature "Victory" better at the yiting. maker, is visiting ' home folks. vices were conducted here at the church railroad. 'Louis Warner. Earl Carter, William made by the U. S. Navy, at the opera Mr Walter Elkin, wh.-- is visiting News of the Churches Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams went house Saturday. Miss Lula Middlcton has cone it nf which he was a member by Rev. D.3? Powell Withers, ( Jeoi ge 1'heCs Tate, At. Walker, he was laid to rest in But- - y Mr G. H. Pruitt from Louisville hapto Crab Orchard flour mill. Thc union services on Sunday niglils Jellioc to visit her sister. ? Earns. Samuel Cra.g. Josiph Hallou. falo Springs cemetery to await the res. pened to to a very painful accident the was well attended and the people en Mr. J. A. Hays, our merchant, pass-e- .l Has. Your Child Worms Heailcy, urrcction morn. Joseph Waller. Catewood Must children do. A coated, furred otiier day, when he was riding horse joyed hearing a strong through here en route to Waynes-buIf you have neglected your kidneys, News has been received here riiat sermon by Rev. Smith Morgan Hauglmun. James tongue; strong breath, stqmach pains, hick and the saddle turned, throwing and suffer from backache, weak, hcad-act- Rev. Waidon, pastor of the church here, with a load of eggs. C. H. Greer. icrcles under eyes, pale, sallow comllauglunan, Earl Haughman, Earl Hry-arheumatism and distressing blad- is very fick at his home in Danville. Mr. George Perkins sisits Crab Or- plexion, nervous, fretful, grinding of him off and the horse stepped on him, Children's Day will be observed next der weakness, you will find Foley Kid- Everyone from W..K. Shtigar. Jr.. liars cy Enibry. chard very frequently here wishes him a and says He eu teeth, tossing in sleep, peculiar dreams breaking; two ribs and injuring him Sunday at Methodist church. The ex ney Pills to bo thc honestly made, heal- speedy recovery . Haughman. Cuy Lynn Pence. Heny ercises begin at 10:45 and the children ing and curative medicine you need to any one of these indicate child has ir.ys his trips. S'mday school aid prayer meetThe Smith, Hurdette Hright. Robert U.nbry. have prepared an interesting program give you back your health and strength. ing at this place is doing fine everyMr. A. Goff of Cumberland Mou- worms. Get a box of Kickapoo Worm GOV. M'CRKARY TO SPEAK Evevone is most cordially invited to They are tonic in action, quick to give body come out to prayer rr.e'ting .S.lielton M Sauflcy, Jr. Killer at once. It kills the wormsthe ntain, a noted fruit tree agent, was cause of your child's condition. HERE COURT DAY attend. Is good results. They will help you. For The party was interesting and Sunday nifbt and bring seme one here this week. laxative and aids nature to expel the The union service will be held at the sale by all druggists. with von. by each and everyone who attendSunday evening at worms. Supplied in candy form. Easy Mcth.dist church ed. eight o'clock and the sermon will be for children to take. 25c, at your drugR. H. BATSON TO LEAVE LANCASTER NICE FARM FOR SALE gist. preached by Rev. P. L. Uruce of thc WUKELDON'S STORE My farm of 40 acres on Hanging Fork Presbyterian church. large crowd turned out Tuesday mile and a half from Danville pike, Rev. C. H. Greer will pieach at Neat's Wren and children, of well improved with cottage house of night to sec the first installment ot Mrs. Serena Creek next Sunday afternoon at three visiting font rooms, cistern ... yard, good stock The Mutual Girl film at the opera tlic Walnut Flat section, were o'clock aiul toliaceo barn, all good fresh land, house All were greatly pleased and it friends and relatives, here last week. Services at the Presbyterian church larger crowd is expected that even a most of it in grass. Call on Sunday, July 5. Sunday school at 9.30. Marion Warren has purchased a T.lford Alexander. Hedgeville.or write will be present next Tuesday night to 52 8. Morning worship at 11 oclocK. auh- threshing machine and is making goou see the second installment. ict: "Building the Brotherhood', oung Stops Neuralgia headway Ihrohing wheat for tho Kills Pain Peonies meeting at 7.13. Union ser A Perfect Cathartic Sloan's Liniment gives instant relief here. vice at the Methodist church at 8 o'clock. Ii Tlurc is sire and wliolcsomc action fn.i.j Viir.iltji.i .r Su.Uk.i. The dry. hot weather is damaging to the painful art Soothes m everv dose of Foley Cathartic Tab Lost Their Little Daughter gardens and pastures very much in this the nerves and stops the pain. Il is also lets. They cleanse vvfth never a gripe nna Katrina. the good for rheumatism, sore throat, chest or pain. Chronic cases of constipation part. daughter of Mr. .uid Mrs. dolph Von- Stout people arc Tjic Hnnd Issue, to build pikes in pains and rpraitn. You don't need to find them invaluable (.riicuiL'an. south ol btauford, died on cougistul oted down. It nil it penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swinger, relieved of that bloated,cspcciallv Pulaski 'county was July 1st after a two weeks' illness of "1 suffered feeling, so uncomfortable in Louisville, Kv . writes1 lie that some people will never with quite a severe neuralgic headache hot weather. They keep your liver seems summer complaint. remains oi the little one were laid to rest in the learn to take advantage of a good for four months without any relief. I bi.sv. At all druggists. cemetery after services Crucnhcim used Sloan's Lini.neul fur two or tt.ree thing. conducted by Rev. John Ci. Bosshart nights and I The remains of Miss Elizabeth Cof sulfered with my Several youngsters of this vicinity, head since." haven't bottle to day. Keep fey were brought here from Dan Ihursdav. the parents have the symGet a pathy of" a large number of friends in arc talking of going to Cincinnati in the lioiuie all the time for pain and ville Thursdav morning and inter their hour of sorrow. all hurts. 25c, 50c and $1 at your red in the lluffalo Springs cemetery next Sunday. Huckleu's Arnica Salve for The deceased was a daughter, of Mrs W. II. Mullins has taken charge oi druggist. Liirie Coffey, of Danville and a niece all sores, Bucklen's Arnica A. L. Payne's threshing machine and H of Mr. Joseph Coffey, of this city and Salve for Cuts, Burns. Sores Y., . ... . . ... N ... ... vy; ... ... . is going a good a good business. a sisier of Mrs Joe NVvvland, of near Mr. E. S. Loper. Marilla, W,.' V'V vt sw i( . v;'f ;.'. xtt ,t .;, it Crab Orchard The burial occurred at is to be a fourth of July cel"I have never had a cut. burn, There writes: The Mutual Girl Series f' wound or sore it would not heal. Get a ebration at Good Hope, three miles tit Reel No. 2. Tuesday, June 7th. v 11 o'clock. box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve today. south of this place. Everybody expects .& This rliaptcr shows the Mutual Keen handy at all times for burns. There is Healing Foley Kidney Pills " Girl on a visit to the great a good time. Von need a ...luhtv sores, cuts, wounds. Prevents lockjaw. medicine if & theatres of New York City, once your kidnevs arc exhausted by !sc at your druggist where she is introduced to sev- neglect ami ove.work, ami you nave A TEXAS WONDER eral stage celebrities bv her aunt oj go: it in Foley Kidney Pills. Their SPEND the evening of July 4th at oj Mrs. Knickerbocker. Sue appeir- - "J action is prompt, and tonic the opera house. Special program. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and ' ed before the camera with Lau Sound health and sound kidneys folgravel, disrolvcs troubles, bladder rette Taylor, of "Peg O'My $ low their i.se Try them, l'or sale by BANK STOCK FOR SALE backs, 0i Heart" at the Cort Theatre and 5 all druggists. cures diabetes, weak and lame 5 If not sold privately before that date. ri.eiiiiiatis.n, and all irregularities of i'i Ilruc' MacRac of "Nearly MarS ried" at the Gaiety Theatre. She $5 I will offer for sale on Citrolax the kidneys and bladder in both men pleasure of meetlrg ' also had thc Monday. Tulv 13. 1914 JAMES B. M'CREARV. CITROLAX a,nd women. Regulates blaldcr troubles & the great author of the "Claus-- ' Give it to The Children who is a candidate for the Democratic at I o'clock P. M.. in front of the court children. If not sold by your drug, 5j min", Thomas Dixon. At thc & in lu use djor at Stanford, three shares Finest physic in the world for chilstage entrance of Carnegie Iiatl f5 dren. They love ! take it it tastes nomination for I' S. Senator, will of stock in the Lincoln County National gist, will be sent by null on receipt of I city about August first and inove to she is introduced to Ysayc, the Jfy like lemonade the people of Lincoln county at Bank and nine shares ot stock in the Probably to Make His It is mild and suits $1.00, One small bottle is two months' violinist, who is very en- - t their sensitive organs. It is thorough the Court House, Monday afternoon, Fourth National Bank, of Columbus. Home in Another Stale 'bis farm in Illinuis. tie is liuvir 'run. treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a .Jo t.ottul ci thusiastie about motion pictures fe . I uiiig in full blast a closing out 'sale W. ami keeps their system cleansed. 13th Court Day. He will ro pleased to Ga. The Columbus stock will be sold cure. Send for testimonials from this himself to be photo- Mr. R. H. Hatson a merchant of jbis entire stock pricw cut t9wWjtaS1' W. M, in sweet ami wholesome, it does the same meet all who will honor him with and other slates. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 ?c and allows over . ,, "i .,r;.i..r. Kv.. for 30 vears announces' ner. Sw hl sd on f.-;.their.,, blocks of threex. shares each. , .tJ teet ot Him. C I for giriiun tins. loo. An ideal laxative presence. ' ' Olive Street. St. Lpuis, mo. aoiu uy j graplicu on ' '" ; . 5J-. that he will close his business in that this paper. S'auford. For sale by all druggists. (adv.) druggists. !. jul . VjagMK; ''J rrty WEBB-MAR- TIN 4fl J. W. 'Akora NEWSOME TAMME tWngkgotherrd here; m" w'twy the list triFormer ilncoln County Young Man Popular Young Courde of West End V iil'trt-wt- t taetc whote hHKial mortal of ).Merc Wed Beautiful Perryville Girl Wed Sunday Moreland Notes AWiinig services MftAMted- latr' that, afiernooti at the The marriage of Miss Sarah Franhem by Dr. E, M.' Green, of Danville, Moreland, July 3. nid'Kcv I u HKtcv, (if lliU city. A ces Webb, of Perryville, Hoyle county, A beautiful summer wedding, charm lierfcct blanket ..f. loycly flower cov and Mr, Kuict Martin, of l'aris, who I ered the bier and the grave. The ac- .. n ItiriiiA, t i.t.tlt. ...,..1 rttnn .ti'.f. ing to its simplicity took place S.SiinJwnctiun City at the were in nssociatcn in took plate at the l...,ne of the official- - !1:,)'t mormn8 tive pallliearel the legal icrvice of the !.. & N., heme G"va cwtf'' w,h,t" M MeV- - J- - n "lack, of llarliourvlllc, ing minister, Kev. Harrison, pastor of a,1(1 rr M,rs- - ,0,1" the Christian church, of Danville last Jjew",m' '' C W. MttciKc m. Ajcrs of Lo"l!. i'lneviile, At. II. Kliorer and J. K. week, only a few of the Intimate friends Samtioii, of .Middleslxiro, J V. ilrowti) ...I rdatives of contracting of Ml Craft, of bmU-yill- e crim.i I. and 0. Ci. "rock, of London. The being present The young people nw- - , nljrr,e( ,0 Mr w ,olnc ... Mr. Marl... s ,. honorary pallbearer were Col. II, I. torel from T.m so of Mr am, Mrj Stone and II. I). Warficld, of Louis-i!l- auiomolnle, and after the Mr. and Mrs.w S(ffl , nf ,,. T T- judke C A Ifiirilin, of HarrocU-l.nrK- . Martin went to Louisville in the ma-!,- ., . ..,,: ,rnvn ltl.. kI TiwiAiy .aft - t - Meth-bytcr'- ..4 " 12 M Mcth-bytcria- a-- lrt.:;S II. y.-ar- Baf le ,r - n."v . .i.. :"'" V- - c, ,.,,, ,,. Meth-bytcria- n es 1 ' ,.., o... ,,ua, J , I s,, .,,., I ., .,.. .,.. Melh-bytdria- 1 -- 2I.... -- li-- re s, .,,. .,,, y rA rr. i ... T..rr 'V 1 1 1 ... .... - " 1 1 1 -- tiX?Jt trl"'!1 TIAI 1 aw-ay- , "' liap-an- -- -- tXZ ""s, "ll?1 May-Ilell- $! iucst xttiTiS 7 rrl arngm" , , i ; j M:l.''n.-l'r.vl.!";km- - I'ched -.. ti.... 3 - I r.S Lu-ci- le :j., " . Lcli-ano- n, f :i ft.sriWRS - .': M5 'i .... ""sTI1 'S... - e, c"f-e- rv t far-uie- rr ht HW.i& ill 0 ( fi 0 0 0 ft $ir0;H$sX 52-3- t. r u,' -, .i .', l'U J .rX' . ' P ,- - Mi "Mt V, i .,; '. COOL CLOTHES! The intense heat of the past week has rushed men out of their clothes and into clothes; out of those warm woolly three piece Cassimcres, into their Serges, Palm Beaches and Mohairs. We have them. We want you to see them. They are as light as a feather and cool as the ocean breeze. Genuine palm beach suits at $7.50, Mohairs at $10, $15 and $25. THE mTBKIOK JOURNAL STAFFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1I4. The Interior Journal 4HKLTUN M. HAUFLKT HEARD IN STANFORD How Bad Strong Backs Have Been Made Kidney Ills Corrected ' H rrprllor IN ml II A TEAU f 8TKIU1I.T l ADVAXCK r.rf EnlrrrJ rfi mill mrfr pmlnlliff Stuntrd l 9 BKs Jr1zH ijLsKJUtSrl .w" llii KaUip5wrSlisW ! Stanley i tending out letter to lin frittuM over the state iirRiiiK tlieni to Ko to I.ounvillc next Motnl.i) night to hear linn speak there. Wc have heard mighty va recently that Iteckham MrotiR in Louuvillc, but we had no idea it was as had as that. Can't Stanley Ret a crowd to hear him in I.ounv,ille without LecKing his cu.intry friends to come to town' DON'T forget Kohinson's sale. Salvage SJ-- 1 Keport of the condition of THE STATE BANK & TRUST CO., m and be refreshed! ItfSSjfrJi I doing InuincM at the town of Stanford county of Lincoln, State of Kentucky at the cloc of business on June JO, 1914. I m Sip by sip here's pure . enjoyment cool com- fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. Demand the genuine by full name Klcknamea encourage aubstttutlon. 1 m m r Whenever aW . THE aw COCA-COL- A COMPANY f ATIu..... . . ANTA rtA .. Arrow think of Coca-Co- la. you see an -- r .T .T - COMMISSIONER'S SALE Lincoln Circuit Court .thirty and R" J. S. Stanley, Gdn. Plff. vs Notice of Sale Robert II. Stanley, Deft. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the above stlcd court and action at the Ma term, 1914, the commissioner will on Monday, July 13, undersigned 1914 in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months, a tract of F D, PENNINGTON. M. C L. C 50-3- acres of land, on the waters of Dix Kt'er in Lincoln countv. Kv. hounded on the north and west by the lands of Mrs. Annie Carpenter, on the east by trie county road, on the south by the Isaac Potter land, and the land of V L. McCarty, being part of John P. Gooch's lanu to The purchaser will be required execute lond, with good security, for purchase price payable to commissioner bearing 6 per cent interest from elatt of sale until paid, having tiic torce anil effect of a judgment and secured by lien on the land. J eight-tent- C Resources $93,862 11 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un2.0.13 19 secured SKI". Daniels of the Navy takes part 0.10.5 0- - in i!i; picture "Victor)" at the opera Due fllllll i.IIIK5 aturila) night. 5,53u 77 house CaMi on hand Banking House, Furniture BEE LICK 18,9o0 71 and Fixtures The dry weather is making corn included under any Other Assets not of above heads, epcnsc 6 mos, 1,574 68 look badly through this part. Mr. Kthcrt htdir and family visitui 00 T. C. Ilamni. of Quail Saturday night. $125,101 TOTU V K Taylor and family isited W Liabilities T. Taylor Sunday. IX) Capdal Stock paid m, in cash $50,000 Dr. II, II. Isaacs and family visited 1,100 00 Surplus Fund his father, D. G V. Isaacs Saturday I mliMt't'il Profits, less ex night. 550 29 penses and taxes paid W. A. Owens closed his singing Deposits subject to school at Providence Sunday night. Mr. 71 53.273 check Ovvms has eight more sinKing school Demand Certificates of to conduct. 2,400 00 Deposit M. M. Taylor has been doing 'omc 71 Time Deposits .... 1,681 carpenter work for T. B. Dilltnliam. 16,000 00 Notes and Bill payable Mr. Houston Isaacs, cf Woodstock, Other Liabilities not included unhas been visiting his brother, Dr. II. II. der any of above heads, rents 36 00 Isaacs. Mr. David Proctor killed three rab$125,101 00 TOTU. bits in his garden at one shot. Wc arc State of Kentuek). county ot Lincoln. ijlad he is so lucky. We V. L. MiCirty and M. H Set : Mrs. J. Todd, who has been visiting Salin, President and Cashier of the aliove named bank, do solemnly swear her sister, Mrs. II Brown, of Lancaster that the above statement is true to the has returned home. licst of our knowledge ami belief. W. Mr. Kitsoell Reynolds and wife, of M B. Salin. L. McCarty. President, Ottovva, has been visiting his father Subscribed and worn to Cashier. before me this 29th day of June 1914. M G Reynolds this weik M. Libert Kldcr is going to build My commission expires March 1st. 1914. Walter G. Smith. Notarv Public G L. him a new barn Mr A I ?vtt was in Brodhead Penny and Gcorsc D. Florence, one day last vviek on business. 00-57- .354 Ml over Stanford joii hear it. Doan's Kidne) Pills nre ktepmg up the Rood work. Stanford people are telling about it telling of Ii.mI backs nude oti cm believe the sound again. nf jottr own home people They tell it l.T the, benefit of oit vim arc suffering. If viuir back acl cs, if ou feel lame, 'ore and miserable, if the kidnc) act I"' fruiucn I), or passages are iMiuful, saut) and off color, use Donna Mdnc) nils, tiic retneii) tuat has helped so ni.inv, of vour trieuds Follow tins Stanford and luiliUirs citizen' advice and give Doan's a chance to do the sime for you. 'My kiduejs had been troublesome for a long time,' sas Mrs. S. J Hub- Mam street, Stanford. "My ble, of back ached continuously and some times was so lame I couldn't bend over using vitbout great effort. After Doan's Kidney l'ilk. my kidnevs be came normal and the backache left. 1 Ins remedy toned up my s stem and I have since ctio)il Rood health." Price 50c. at all dialers. Don't simp-Iask for a kiilnej reined) get Doan's Jsidney Pills the same that Mr. HubFoster-Milbu- i n Co, Prop., ble had Buffalo, N. Y. ' v These are the coolest clothes for the hottest weather and are ready for you. IT. .J. MoROBEKTS FIRST NATIONAL Ky , June Resjurcei Ihiii.Is RciHirt of The Stanford. BANK 30, 1914 . Ovtrdrafts I'nited Stalls Loans, stocks and Munis GOING ON A VACATION? j i i Ktnl Kstatc Due :rom bank- Cas and due from U S Treasury Total $l".8ri8 4.' 2.01H.I7 50.000 (HI 9.443 2 12.801 45 15.40d 4.1' $285,538 18 le' down and I Tlitre fr uil loll ol ihingi )ou'II a handy lul to chrck ta you're ready bring the off. for hippy, comloruble tication lrii. You'll itrnik ol articlrt omillrd. Wnle ihfm ha in. nml ' TALCUM POWDER, CONFECTIONARY. BATH REQUISITES DRINKING CUPS SOAP. COMBS. MAGAZINES. OUTING GOODS. CIGARS. HAIR BRUSHES. BOOKS SHAVING SUPPLIES. KOOT POWDER TOOTH BRUSHES. COLD CREAM. TOILET WATERS. Capital Surplus earned I ndividcd profits Circulation Deposits Bi"s pavable Total .. Liabilities 2S.(H . , l,t-4, 00 no just when you want them. It is easy to make your purchases now. Have them handy H) M 49.300 21 OD0 ') $2H--I ti vi Penny's Drug Store "The Rcxall Store' .JZiata TO REDUCE STOCK. THE GREAT KENTUCKY SALVAGE COMPANY ROBINSON'S s To (iive You full Benefit of our BARGAINS at SLlch prices you will fall to. This very large',; stock consists of clothing FFERS you the entire stock of shoes, odd pants, hats, underwear, work pants, boys' knee pants, all kinds of dry goods, ladies' and gents' furnishings. This SALVAGE CO., will reduce this stock at unheard of prices, and in order that we reduce this stock 10 make room for tall goods we are going to save you prices on higher quality merchandise. This stock is not broken, we have a full run of sizes in all departments. o Commenc ing Ladies' waist dresses at exceptionally low prices. All kinds of waiits, silks, voiles, crepes, in fact we have everything here that can be found In a city department store, and they are now undercast. ROMPERS, WASH SUITS, WASH PANTS, WAISTS, EVERYTHING FOR THE LITTLE ONE. We have had made especially for this tale 500 Blue Serge Suits, mens' and young mens. All handsomely tailored, and will offer them to you while they last at the very low price $9.98 We have about 700 pairs of odds and ends in ladles' and gents' shoes and at a saving price. Mens' odd pants, values up to $7, sale price $M8, $1.98, $2.40, $3.39, $3.98, and $4.' 8. Mens' work pants in "SOUDON" cord, Kaikhi and hard finished cotton. Sale price 94c $1.29 and $148. MM. m SILK UNDERSKIRTS Values up to $3.50 now ., $1.45 Middy Blouse 39c, 79c, $1.19 and $1.48. Ladies' Silk Hose 19c, 39c, 84c and $1.19 These are values up to $2.00 WE HAVE ALWAYS LED IN BET. TER GOODS AND LOWER PRICES WE DON'T SAY WE SAVE YOU MONEY, WE LET YOU SAY THAT Bath robes, Gowns, Night Shirts, B. V. D Union Suits in plain and silk, so All kinds of dress goods in serge alpaca, mohair, voiles, crepes, corduroy, poplins, lineons, crash, batiste, a full line at astonishing low prices Mens' Sox 8c, 12c, 19c 42c, 84c, $1.19. YOURSELF TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES $8.50 cases and trunks $3.50 and $7 cases $5 and $5.50 cases $5.93 $4.98 $3.98 $1 45, $1,74 Others at 79c, 98c, $1.19, and $2.19. NECKWEAR now now 50c quality 25c quality 30e 19c ALL KINDS OF STRA WHATS FOR MEN AND BOYS PRICES NOW 19c, 39c, 85c. $1.19, $1.35, $1.75, $2.25 and $2 40. This sale will longbe remembered by all people both far and near, as we give everybody a square deal and kind treatment. Any article purchased here not as represented, please return same and get your money. To all parties that come, we will pay railroad fare on all purchases made amounting to $2.00. We will have plenty of salesmen and salesladies. out-of-town i MENS' COST. LVliiBSfll Lasting 1 5 Days The celebrated for men, values and $2.98. The hest shoe on earth for ladies is the SELBY, sale price $2.74 and $2.98. We have some other good makes at $1.24, $1.65, $1.98, $2.25 and $2 4o, these 5 DON'T BE FOOLED AND THEN BE SORRY, BUY NOW FROM US, WHERE YOU GET ONLY HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE. CROSSETT low shoe up to $1, $1.98, $2 41, Lace cuitains and bed spreads of all kinds at reduced prices. Mens 2 piece underwear and union suits, sale price 19c and JUc, the t, Union Suitu at 39c and 84c the garment. gar-men- are this season's latert creations in suede, gun metal, tan and Russia calf, satin cravencttc's and white buckskins. All kinds of rain coats and slickers, at $1.9, $3.19, $1.25, and prices up to $13.98 for the bett. Buys' knee pants, big stock, 84c, ')8c ami $1.35. Panama hats $2.19, $?.C5, $2.98 and $J 33 These are genulnos fiom Panama. Stetson hats, $2.94 and $3.25 vales $3.50, $4 and $5. I 19c 39c, Boys' Knee Suits, finely tailored at $I.9S $2.08, $3.48, $4.95, $5.48, $6.74 and $7.98. These were values up to $12 50. WORK AND DRESS now $1.00 quality now 50c quality now 25c quality now $1.50 quality SHIRTS $1,19 84c 42c 19c MENS' EIK3KIN WORK SHOES sale 13 00 quality, sale 2.5n quality, sale $2.00 quality, sale $3.50 quality price price price price . . $2.85 Mens' drcs and work Rloves 39c, 84c, and $1.19. .... , . . $2.45 $19$ $1.64 SUSPENDERS BELOW Mens' pure wool d suits formerly sold at $22.50, $25 and $27.50 sale price $16.98, $18 and $20 suits go at $9.05, all $12.50 and $15 suits now $7.48. We have some odds and ends on the bargain counter t $1.98, $2.78 and $3.48 hand-tailore- We have to have money and we must have room. Now we have cut the price on everything. Such untold bargains were never heard of before in this section. We give you the the sacrifice. We bow to money, you bow to prices. War on prices, and prices must win for you. This is your Golden Harvest for bargains. Calicos, American and Simpson brands benefit of Percales Ginghams, Wash bilks, Cordes, Uuckf, Hmburgs, Laces, and all kinds of trimmings. Such a surprising, cutting, heart rendering sale as this, means money, money saved for you. This verv lnrpe stock will be reduced in 15 days only; Come out and get yours. Next Door to Lincoln Co. National Bank, Stanford, Ky. Don't get THE GREAT KENTUCKY" VAGE AND SAL- side-track- ed SALE COMPANY R.L.RUPLEY, Manager HAVE THIS STOCK IN HANDS FOR THE NEXT 15 DAYS J. V V . I4M KflKlNSllN'S U lllU V 11 kJ kkSJlHI. .atliiLfcW Balk V V iVILlJskLfl or into the wroni? store. Come here for what you want BlkV kkr akm MHMMIMInilalillSHBsajaaaaMaaHHaS .atiisVilSSiiW. Stanford' Kentucky COME EARLY AND GET PICKED GOODS, THEN YOU WILL TELL YOUR FRIENDS OF SUCH BARGAINS. DON'T MISS THE PLACE WATCH THE SIGN ONLY ROBINSON. .nam P '&XJLr h !. , I i K .fm f IS?-- --J ' c THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRlDAYVjUtY 3, wmm ion. I I BAKING POWDER Abmoluimly The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Purm ROYAL HEARD ABOUT TOWN His friends are utad to know that Mr. Ueort?c S Carp'r.lcr is considerably crc spell ot Improved alter iUH a illness at his home in the country C lf. LADIES FREE Minfay Night, I ! ' Wliecldm, a po.miicin iimui. was near Alliia, over in I'nlaski in Stanford, on I usincss e. rly 111 tin lor week. Mr. Whecldon subscribed the I J., dcclariiiK lhat it t the ticwics' , .. ..... . . itiiii ii.. jitin.,, 1.,., iiv cuuiiity i.ivi 1.. have it, just imist July 6 ( tin 1 - STANFORD.KY 4 "I V I i W. !' Martin ami wife, and clul In a Mngnificeut NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE drin, of Ludlow, have hern the Kticst-- i WATER PROOF of relative here for several days Mr Cnnvas Theatre Mm mic Wosur has been iinlc ill Martin trncls over Keuluckv for PF.RSONAL and SOCIAL Harpers' Weekly, lie a)s that ftoin for tccr.il da. The Big MAY-BELL- E J W Wall same up from Orlnnla, expressions he has heard during Ins 'Icim., In see friend. A, A. McKinnc), Sr., of Lotus travels, it looks like llrckham is a Mr. FOWLER COMPANY ville, was the Kitc.t of Mrs. it M. Hal the lintilit mm of Mr. ami sure winner for I'riteil State senator Intl. on August 1st. Mr. J. T llhnUentliip i quite ill. I. idle Ml l'cfrm, of An PEOPLE Mis 15 15 Sarah Catherine ami MaMrr ilmun, Itnl, ih llir Kiii'.tt of Iter aunt W. II. Hell, the" well known htick Jack Catron, of Crnh Orchard, are Mm. W. II. U'lLiiinou. OUR OPENING PLAY strr ami at South Fork nlalhw in Hockcnstlc. Janus Coper ami Will MoM.-- were For First Time in This City Stephens with Marga nenr Aralna, was in town Thiirsdav Mrs. Mattic Milk 1 ml uticnts at Cral Orchanl SpriiiKs. ret and loc Dtntnti, of Covington, are with his daughter. Miss L11I.1 Hell, who "A CcatieBa?. from the came to have some dental work done Little Mi" Unola Kmnicy, of l'aint the K'leU of Mrs. I. M. Tucker Neil's tretk. Lick, has rctjttvd liuinc alter a visit Fast lind Mis Hell has recently passed a m il Messrs. Wallace I'eyimlds. Lie A Great Southern Comedy to Miss Sara Unlu. Mrs. Jessie Slang and dattKliter, Mis Ml' lessfnl examination fur the giadeil and Joe IliRgms left Wcdnes Drama Willi a Moral to Both W Irftnmt ntnl d.itiKhUrs MiiKKie, are llie gucsH of Mrs Will schi ol Mrs. J. ctrtificatc and altamed a tir lay for Kansus. little Mi' I ucilr, spent Friday in Kific at lluslonville Old and Young. lugli mark. .!r and Mrs. Tailor WesK-- j aim Kirlmioml una 1'rof. J. W. Ircuiut. Mr; II. C .NViilrtii.l, nf Mtuilnr !".iil. Mis. Naiio Waprr U tlw ttructi-kiivlittle son, of IaxiisviIIi', sp.tu Frula Wash., is 1s1t1tiK rilatnes and friimln Between Acli sj with Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Singleton. of M I'.imly (iaithcr at I'. T. Kevnolds. of Uond Ifoii,c III here. Ims heen .ii" Sallie llolifi'hiv. of Walnut O. Lewis visiting Ins hrother-i- Mrlaw. I) Mis.rs. K. Curlis ami T. S. Ktv Mm litill Walker, ol Lancaster, has I'lal. is the guest of liei sister, Mr. 2,000 Scats for 2,000 People Re for several diys. 'iio'ld wire in Stanford I'rid.'i). returned home after a wait to Mm M. C. Newlami, nolds went from Kentucky to lllnmis Admission Opening Nhht llelle Denny. Mr T. S. Keynolds sold his Miss l.ucilc Cooler arriu-home in 1WKI and has made a decided siirees ADULTS 25c CI IILDRliN 15 Mm S.nali Htimllcy, of Stanford, is this week from llrookhawn. Miss, of wheat and corn firming Here since t'.iuunin and stock of gnicerios to Mr ( Mm Julia t lie tilt 11. He is now (tolerating a farm 01 I'.aUin. on llir micst where she taught last year. I J Iturlesoii, Masville pike I.cxuintnii lleruhl. ' Mrs W I. K111u.nl and daughters, 500 acres, and much of th; land nuke-.1Mr lnliti Leach spent Salttday with LADIES FREE Heath S"cr.uii( is the Kttrst of his .Mums AiMi.i aid lle'lc Ktlssell, are I tiiisliets of ivher.' to the acre, li. parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. II. Secr ance tlic cnests of rthitius and friends at says. Mr. Curlis. MONDAY NIGHT at Crali Orchard Sprinc. Mrs Lena Ilurleson and little daugli l.eliauoti fur the ( hautauti:a Miss Anna nnn.eniiai , of l.oui- Mrs m lliinn and I'x Keyuohls atCartir, of l.van.ille lml. .111. sim.hn , tir Mane siii'iu S.iliinl.n illc, is the Ket of .Sirs. M. A. Stone tended the htirtal of their aunt. Mrs joined his wife a .id sou. at her motlier. with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Myers. ami Miss rinina Mtirr Sarah !. Waters ai Kjuk's Mountain Mr.s. Julia Hughes' here tint week The W. M. U. mit at the church Mrs. L. II. Hilton is at Iminc after 011 Wednesday Catarrh Cannot Be Cured pending .lays with her mother afternoon. Miss Isnlielle Ueynoliis, of McKm-ne- . Mr Carter travels oer western Ken Willi t.oi'AI, API'Ml'ITIllNfi. s tbry canm.t ' I (.444 at llroi!hial. Mrs. J. has retiirnel home alter pemhn tueky, southern Illinois and lml ana rmih III,- iwl of ttif iliw.M-- . Catarrh Is a liliod Ms J. M. Reynolds is on the sick Mr-- . or (im.miillniial UIm'ss.. alul In unh-I. J. Clark, nf Mr. and to rurp It several mouths with her uncle. W A for a dig toltucco inaiuifac'ory at CinXou nm. I ski- - tniimal rriiiiMllri. llall'a L'alarrb list. dome after a tlsit Flint, at Viucimies. lml. Inn. iiave return Curp j Uua cinnati. He says t'ut if the sentiment .UV . la . lal.li InlrrnaltxVM. and acta Dont forget to come to the picnic Mi ami Mr. J. W. Clarl: to , ..... H.U"K Fdward WiA'ltmn and family, of V.l.rlU Mr. ami Mrs. V I. Williims, of I jmiillo. lime heei' sjiendmi; eeral in the senatorial r..cc in this part of (urp la ll.it a iinaik tin alls ill v 4lli It was nrr. Ii) iwp of Ihp Nat wtIIhI .lifalclans In this Lexington, a'r ln nnct of Mr. an. I davs with Jo'-J Seeir and family the state is an tijtng like it is in west riMiniry lor nn ami la a irrrrllliD. Mrs. Wallace ltir ami other rela. near iiruemio.f clurcli It la Ue)ort of the condition ot lent Kentucky. B'ckliaiu is a lure win- - MMal n.iDw,i ..f Hip Nft tonli-- s . iiaisn, com- .urlli-rKlih thi. Lp.t linen lirrc actlnc ill Mr. and Mrs. C. V Duddorar, Misson Ihp mnrou aurfaoa. The irfpct WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK iiier Mr. Carter rjs thai even ti, Stn- Marion I'lebU. who has a nice n es X,mc and Alpha ...mlilnallon of thn two Inerrdlenta la what pro- - . . Dmldcrar and in llie Wai lle ito:e at lum nirh non.irrrui rpsuiia in cnrinj catarrh. doing Imsmess at the town of Waynes. om met, Miss Ktitli Ilinkle, of Louisville, were ley's home ilistrict. the Scci d. Heck Mfnil for tpsllmotilala, ., ,. frp. ivlit ctrnl d with the liotnc folks the guests nf Mr and Mrs. (George ham is rumiini; Lke wildfire, ami is of Lincoln. State of Ken- l 1. nir.Ni:v 4 to., Pror,,.. Tolfdo. o. V'"TK' hrrr this week Sun. lav Polit t.j IiniKlsta. ptl.p TV. going to give Stanley the race of his tucky at the close of business on 20th Mr, ami Mr C. Smith Walter lift Misses Alice Ward. Anne Walton ami Take Haifa I'amllj I'llla for coDitlpatloa. dav of June l'JH Thursday for dratj. Owen count), to N'cttie K'ice. of Livingston, ate llir lik to carry it. isit relatives ami inetuls for .1 couple Kiiests of Misses Pearl ami Grace Resouices HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT K'ejMirl of the condition of 01 week .Loans and Discounts Fields "7 Xiss I'.nuna Meic. of Highland, and THE LINCOLN COUNTY Miss llnrel llerhert, of Lmidim Mi Stocks, llonds and People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u The imMurn-aiss Anna of Piltslitirg. Jr.lay NATIONAL BANK Chaml.erhiu. of Chicago. Miss other Securities H) 00 Use What Have to Sell oat r iirtu inr guesis oi rewuves all. I Carrie Xichotn of Williamsburg, ami at the close of husimss. June M). VJA Due from Hanks friend here fur tnc past few days. 14.269 5.1 ( pen, anil Frank Moore, Resources .vlsrs John Mrs. C. I darmtt and little daugh- of llarrodsliurg. are the guests of Loans LOST large pink cameo pin. Reward Cash on hand 4.259 64 ?.15".iU-ter, Virginia Wilsin ;im Miss lt.tite Miss I' dull Watkins Overdrafts t.9'i7.ll for return to tins office llankmc Dome, Furniture Warrin were the iiests of Mrs. Ilettie Miss Nnna Ivoluiis.iii. MXI.OOOm of llurnside, V. S. llomN 4,250 0(1 and Fixtures JUiclunan at I rah Oiehard on Thurs- wlxi lias the guest of Mr. and Linculn Co. llonds Jl.oWlfKi hie NOTICT" jour school tax is day. Mrs Sam Koliiusou. unit to London Itank hiuiM- and fixture?.. 5.4J4.2.' Please settle. I. R Hughes, Treav . .Mrs U- I) (iregorv slid Friday to visit Mr ami Mrs. I). M. hue from hanks , U.STreas 27."K.l.i TOTvI ?69,74H 14 fim lur father, ludiic lames Knhinson. J2.W&.1U Cah Liabilities Insure vonr nrnticrtv with Brmnlev Miss Katlierinc, of Or. mile. Cal . who Mrs. fieorge P Maury, of Mineral Camtal stock paid .in in cash $15 000 Ol llaile are the guois nf Mr and Wills. Tcv, and fmir-- t car-oldaugh?550,KM J.1 i. Brumlpv. Stanford. Kv. Surplus Fund 3.000 00 .Mr j v. laiiev at ( rah Orchard ter. Fleanor. arrneil Thursday to visit Liabilities phaeton, almost new I ndivided Profit.? FOK S LL. exT ilier parents. Mr and Mrs. I X Mem. Capital ..$IOO.(Kl.flO IT'S) :il:.ST fee Sr Surplus and profits J. .. l()l.(j(x) tr Apply to Mrs Jimuc Wcarcn and 51-- I). ntl.KV penses and taxes paid ....1,074 34 2 Muwill.M a.m STon.-s- i Mr W. II. Murjihy. near Turners- - Fund to jiay tax ... 3M7?:. vVeareu, Stanford, K). Deposits subject to ecu line ill lor several v. irciiiaunu ... )SMHV "a . :..,. " Wruihla" lfwii..l. uhnlII.11C llirillllC ' " I' check $50,027 mi" Wet'dino presents at Mueller's lew-el... MS.07fi(i( !";ivs. 1111 me auvice 01aa111s iitivsictans I)CMISIts ... . stoinad (niuhle or oinstiiation, no he was taken to Crab Orchard to drink Hills payable Time Deposits 45 S4 50,073 Sfl ... tOWXllK) long standing, to try one store. health-givinwnter.. ami is now dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Hi?S5tl.'il.J. Kerned) -- one doc will convince you. showing sonic improvement, his many $o').748 14 l'OK S LK -- One fine large buildmy TOTM Earnings for Six Months This is the medicine vi many of our frirmU will be glad to know Ml hy over jlKl feit on Lancaster Miss Itettic Taxton has returned al- - ending June .). 'U ... ?L.5Sftil lot. and also several lots near il hy STATK OF KENTUCKY. Countv of local people have hern taking with surstrict Lincoln: Set. Ms I II Huffman and other relatives ilisinised tii as follows: prising results vV II Mueller. The most thorough (1. Gooch and ft. L. fnidlicrry We. vstcm cleanser wc ever sold. Mayr's rs I J It. Huffman ;tinl other relatives To cxp'nsc and fund to pay tax O.Wfi.44 exmgton Mrs J M llronaiigh re. To riilucc bank buildit.g and Wonderful Stomach Kiinedy is now in l)U CKAKi will he in his office ovu President and Cashier of the ahoe turned with lur ami will spend several county bonds 47 2J00 sold here by J Mclvtiherts' store, fur a few days named Hank, do solemnly swear that n..i lo dividend .ti.a i...r..-..- . ., i,.w. .. ... 32, 5 per cent 5.(KXIt) Penny'. D,uK Store nd DruERit, Ev ",,'cr . ml). If you need glasses come at the aliove statement is true to the ot od 53-- 1 .nee and Mrs K II Hronaugh SI.1.5S0'n our knowledge and belief. L. G. Goooh MVTIUi to all members of Owls. President. E. L. Gidbcrry, Cashier Sub Itasc he present at the mcttiiiK on scribe and sworn to before me this cry impoi lant Inuuicss. 21) dav of lunc 1914. Mv Commision ."inlay nit,'' 52-- 2 A M. Uiuicn, Scey. expires 191R, G. R. Cooper, Clerk I W F. Camden. D C. Kill'. tits.. H.K.1I10IH llie, 01 lit. am. ee me about your house, carnages COMMISSIONER'S SALE jinl automobile painting. Paper hanging Shop on West .Main street W. E. lisics, siictalt. LiuColu Circuit Court s Ielephoue in residence, No. J. J "?arali L. Kstes, Deft. Ucldm. Stanford. Ky. In obedience to a judgment render id bv the Lincoln Circuit Court at it Report of the Condition of May tirm, 1914, the undersigmd comTHE PEOPLES BANK missioner will on Monday, July 13, 1914 doing business at the town of Huston- (county court dayj in front of the cour silo. County of Lincoln, State of Kenhouse door in Stanford, Ky.. offer tor tucky at the close of business on 20th sale at public outcrv to the highest and best bidder the following. land in Lin .lay of June 1914 : f coin county, Ky., near Crab Orchanl, Resources bounded on the north by the Stanford $7,335 49 and Crab Orchard pike on the south Loans and Discounts 9c MENS SHIRTS . 8'c 13c bleach muslin Overilralts, sicured and un52 ladies' shirt waF.ts and west by Owsley land, cast by Estes 8c $150 now 95c 6'c. 10c bleached muslin 529 85 containing 15 acres more or less. secured II ladies' shirt waltls 6c $1 now 3c bleached muslin 6 joe Saul sale made on a credit of six "c '3c unbLachcd muslin 8.590 01 now 9c 50c 50c ladles' shltt vaits 37c Due from Hanks months, purchaser to execute bond with 8c 50c work shuts 4,104 43 ipproved personal J'2' 10c unbleached muslin 38c Cash on hands $4 ladies' white dresses security, bearing ( S 6c unblsachrd muslin Hanking House, Furniture per cent interest from date until paid 53 ladies' white diesscs MENS' ODD PANTS with Inn on land to secure payment of W oJOO 00 ami '.Fixtures 7 laditt white dresses $5 now , jsng same, $4.4' 110 ladles' white dresses $4 now $2.48 24. 1914, 3 .t HANDSOME DRUGGETS ,2C $(i,759 7. E.June PENNINGTON, M. C. L. $3 now 25e corct cover $1.89 TOTAL C. C. $10.98 I. 1C $18 0x12 feet j2 now fptv nlnt now ... s $1.48 Liabilities $2.39 IJ.30 straw $1.50 now 98c Capital Stock paid in, in cash $25,000 00 ic 3c brass pins now COMJUSSIONER'S SALE $1 now 7gc 3,100 00 Surplus Fund C G. Hoo-- c, l'lff. Undivided Profits, less exSTRAW MATTING v MEN'S SHOES Lincoln Circuit Court loC $5 HOW penses and taxes paid .... 861 03 Win. (.iiitmau. Deft. 23c now $3.48 LADIES' SKIRTS $4 now In obedience to a judgment rendered $2.93 Deposits subject to by the Lincoln Circuit Court at us May j3 now 3&s $2 43 $10 skirts now 39.675 43 check 52 now .. term. 1913, the undersigned $1.79 commis$5 skiitt now MENS' UNDERWEAR Time Deposits ... 9.437 41 19.112 84 sioner will on $1 now 79c Si skirts now Duo Hank? and Trim Monday, July 13, 19U 30c ALL KINDS OF SHOES FOR Till? 30c now $3 skills now 185 91 (county court day; in front of the court Companies BOY AND CHILDREN I6e 23c now 8Jc $125 skirts now 8.500 00 House- door in Stanford, Ky., offer for Hills Payable sale at public outcry to the highest and LADIES' HOSK best bidder the following laud in Lin50c hose excellent quality 37c TOT.M ?8(i759 78 coln county, Ky., situated 1 miles ALL of our Udies underwear reduced 7fc hose excellent quality . . 16c the so vou can't aflerd to miss it. LADIES' SILK CREPE 15': hose excellent quality sc STTli OF KKNTL'CKY, County of cast of Ciah Orchard and being same land conveyed to Gutmatl by deed l(,p hose excellent quality 5c Lincoln : Set. DRESSES of Lincoln Land Company, bounded 011 GINGHAMS We W. M. .Myers and J. W. 1 Jos die north by the road leading from .. 9c MEN'S SOCKS 58.9. kin, l'residetit and Cashier of the 1 rah Orchard to Alt. Viriiuii, on tht US now 7 t.2c 5U: socks now . ., . no 34c f"- above named bank, do aolcmnly swear outh bv the L. & N.. railroad Co.. oil jlu now 5c 23c socks now 7 Wc gingham , ioc the west hy the land of $7 now 15c socks now .. ,. , 8c llie the above statement is true to the mi the west hy laud of Win. Monk am' 0c socks now PERCALE 5c .f our know ledge ami belief. W. AI. containing about 3 acres, These are alt good hose. 8 one vard wida This sale made to collect judgment Mwt. I'residint and J W I Joskins 9c 15c reie or the sum of SI20 with interest at 6 t. asluer Suhccnbed and sworn to be16c crepe 23c WOMENS' LOW SHOES LADIES HOUSE DRESSES fore 111c this 30th day of Juno 1914, per cent from Jamiaiy 18. 1910. with 16c $3 gun metal 2fc silk crepe $i.o& the following credits $24 50. $35 o' I Commissii.n expires January 25 date Unjust 1, J911. J4 gun metal and Silts $2 48 All Colors 34 191.1 32 gun metal MEN'S SUITS 3T31" nK. J U TJosktr Xofarv Public Said sale made on a credit of S1J5 dresnes n?w $13.43 $4 patent leather ,. $2.4F $18 mens' suit months, purchaser to execute lioml will 77c $15 mens' suits 8j patent leather . $8 4S $1 dresses now $1.98 approved personal security, bearing in $7.48 8. patent leathsr . . $1.39 69c $10 mens' suits 98c dresses now . teiest of 6 per cent from date until pa''! a lie retained mi 'he Ian' sold io f cure navment nf tint bon !; D. PI KINGTON' AI C L (' ( KUYKENDALL'S GREASELESS LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY .n.iiiilv il.... cure any and all itch WHEN YOU ARE NERVOUS hi. Skin Trmilihs siuh as I czema, Tct Kmg W .rm. I'oisoii Oak. Itch. first t) 'i.cr ll'isii-rs- . Fruit Hues, Chicken y ou have thenervous mptom of a people toooften conK. I'rikltv licit, Nettle Hash ami system, ami and kuflVr In ceal their ucIk-- uud Old .Stubborn Sore- - thought to be Can(iIms instant relief and cures silence, while, iftuglecteJ, this condition cel itivsn-iatlf.nl TUN fiVF llfaTTI I.' often foreruns more kerious trouble. If those boafllictctl would stop taking ON SALE AT medicine containing alcohol or drugs New Mtmfnnl Drug Co Stanford which menace the foundations of health, Ed Tanner, AIcKinnev, Kv. ami just take the pure, strengthening Huston, illc, Iy. Chas. Adams nourishment In Scott's Emulsion, it would Thompson Drug Co.. King's Alt'n, create new blood to pulsate through the Caldwell Drug Co.. Wavnc.biirg. organs, refresh their bodies ami build up EATMAN MANUFACTURING CO the whole nervous system. It is rich, sustaining nourishment, free fiemwiuts, GRENADA, MISS. alcohols or drugs. Shun substitutes. ." store-keep- 111 ' hkf ( WAYNESBURO age'd fi6 years was Mr. Venters, eo Mr Venters, aged Ho years found dead hy the roadside Saturday at I the home of his daughter, Mrs. Moore near here He came to this county froml I'ikc county aliout two years ago. lie is survived hy one son and Iwo daugli-tcrs ftr funeral services hy Kcv. J ll loms at 2 .50 P. M. Sunday the re main- - were laid to rest in the Way . nesl.urg cimelery. Ke. J. H. Jones fTllecI his rrgula''' apHiinttt:iut at the church here Sal ' lirday and Sunday. Revival services will liegln here ug list ,lrd. Kcv. Acton, of Lexington, will asststid hy Uuy. J. II Jones. Miss .5 ilia Kinc.iid, of Cecelia and Miss Ilen.i Tartar, of Yosetmlc. are visiting Mr. mid Mrs. IC. I (iadhcrry Mr ami Mrs. . Curlis and Mr and Mrs W. K Singleton motored to Mid (Ik'nitfi Sunday and s)tnt the day with Kcv and Mrs. C. T CIriuicIi. They re pi rt a ucllglltfttl day. Mr. Oliver Singlelon spent .Sunday a s 1 iPS ) liiiB CASTORIA For Infants and Children. fill ALCOIIOL 3 Pl.11 ueSV ANcgclnUcrrfpnrallnnrTAs The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of sfmi.iiliirtiiicrocitjnilRfMi "? Sioctacfis andUo-tbo- f r Cf IVI" Promotes DilionjCfcnfJ-ncssandtl'st'CoMalnsnclirt- Opitrm.MorpliInc norMntni NOT NAHC OTIC. ...... Ureter MDrS'2iJimim IhrjJa $ream AM jUxJom AiiuStttl JhMtUlf QCTOriSLfT' YMtnpimtliirr. ' a XT of ifr it8 In llr-iw- Wi 'if, 1 M 3I5if Vaudeville o Apcrfccl Rensdy forConSfi 1on . Sour Stoinacli.lllarrhoci Yo.ls .ComTilsioits.FoTrish lacS'miile Signature Use For Over n ncsanmlLosSOrSLEEf. I s, w "2 30 -- U 5 cclS i.S sTW32rf Thirty Years ESKianiic-Tnnif- . Tub CcNTAun Co.sii'Ator, NEW YOHK. j rlimi-intop- ' under the I'Oodni I HI k I II HK I ecrl Ect Copy of Wrapper. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Products Co., ltf.. v Lincoln Circuit Court m. (IlUm.in, etc , Dcfts I'l ilicdiciiLc to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May term 1914, the undersigned commissioner will on Monday, July 1j, 19U (countv court day; in front 0 the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for ah .a jjuliiic 'jittery to the highest and best bidder the following property One 16 horse power Geiser engine one 10 Morse power boiler, and one saw rig complete with saw and belt to make iomtil t.. mill Said sale is made for the nurnnsc of enforcing mdement to the amount of $200 in favor of (jut.nan and the cost of the action. Sale made on a credit of ninety days, purchaser to execute bom! bearing 6 per cent interist from date until paid with personal security ami lien retained on property sold to secure the payment of said bond. Kiuuley 1 -- TMr nmm .. eTT m Uui' - .. illri-ttl- I . . ns-tl- blt mmi-tio- 1 $46.-10- u I J-- lt ln-e- - - dam-liter- d E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. June 24. 191 51 3 C, J KAT.E COMMISSIONER'S to a judgment of the Line 1I11 Circuit rendered at the February term 1914 0:1 the cross petition of F.lisc llalili against C M. Sippl: & etc, the utidci signed Commissioner will on Monday, July 13, 1914 in front of the court House door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six mot.ths, a tra.t of about 20 acres of land on Green river in Lincoln comity, Kentucky, hounded on the north, south and east by land sold to Robinson by Sipple and on the west hj laud of Ike Terry. lnc object ot the sale is to satisfy. the debt of Wise Haldi against C. AI Sipple for $534 with o jier cent interest from Feb. 20, 1913 and the costs. The purchaser will be required to give bond for sale price with good security, payable to the commissioner, bearing 6 per cent, interest from date, having the force and effect of a judg- on 111 .ind Sfntrr I liv lirn E. U. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. In obedience ion "I-"- .... I - rv g For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your 5.1-- tf -. i. ,,,-,,:; i.i. ,i 11 e Light Weight Underwear, Snirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. 1 Big Summer Sale! .... -- 1 For the next 15 days we are going to give the people one more chance at our stock at cost, and a good many articles below cost. Now is the time to buy your summer goods. We have all sizes and kinds. Call in and look over our stock. Following are some of the many articles reduced U i J. F. Cummins Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House 51-- For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. We Have a New Sickle Grinder Stop an see it work. Our new Tobacco Setter is a success. Try one, even if you have a Beniis. It is line for replanting. A carload of sewer pipe and farm drain tile. Also a car of fresh lime just received. Come to "The Farmers Supply House" for anything you want. ii J'-5t-- 3 that will interest you farmers. "SJjtt '' . . . ...... -- lc 3c W. H. Hig'g'ins SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION .... ilQO-Scp- GREftfDiSQOVERY 1 DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. This Sale will Start Saturday, July 4 . CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JULY 5th NT i $1.50 IflTflHWinWJTHI $1.50 Hound Trip Round Trip ruu-dow- u The Bargain Store Isaac & Cbas. Salem. - at 7 olock. Everybody Come. . SPECIAL TRAIN Lum JUNCTION CITY 5:35 at a.m. I ? ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARJ.K MiLARS. .! i A, - ' i ""' n su.mix r r. i- jr '."! t r ,.t . ?$ N lrr ft f I tf ,u ' The WHITE ELEPHANT STORE By the Greatest Crowd of Bargain Hunters Ever Seen in the Dry Goods and Clothing History of Lancaster. . LANCASTER, KY. Packed, Jammed and Crushed Now Going On In Full Blast ! High-Grade 'J GREAT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE of R. H. BATSON'S MAMMOTH stock of .. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ready-to-we- ar Garments, Furnishings, Hats, Caps, etc. V" EVERYTHING MUST POSITIVELY BE SOLD IN SIXTEEN DAYS ft A u what this sale means to you. Right now in the season when every merchant is and should, reap a profit, we are selling at less than wholesale cost of production. The Sale has now started. Every day a bargain day. A money saving opportunity that comes but once in a life time. Come to our store and look around. To the first 50 Ladies buying Three Dollars worth of any kind of Merchandise on Saturday, July 4th, will receive absolutely FREE, a Beautiful Dress Length. Look - Read - Realize - Think Lancaster R. H. BATS ON Railroad Fare Paid To Out-of-Tow- n Kentucky & Purchasers. tcn-dtI- U 11 ..Vs! Patented 1887 Designed and .'v'viJ isnj Sti ryi EvcSinca Standard The They're still on still in good condition, and the only attention they've had is an occnsionul coat of paint. In addition to the lasting qualities, they're Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. 1 For Sale by Will Stone, Stanford, Ky. zm This is the "ThornhilF5 Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever setting out of line and of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons arc cmiprnl with employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs arc of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an Iron plate at top and bottom, riveted through and through multiplying their strength. The "Thornhiir has a malleable front hound plate that is traced to the hounds This is an exclusive at all points. "Thornhiir feature. It prevents the long sleeve ma'Icable skeins that insure light running, end outlast any other skein, liadi skein is fitted to its axle- with a Ucfiaace machineinfallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch anil tuck, makes light draft a certainty. The axles arc of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel The sides of 'Thornaiir beds art made of poplar. It casts the makers, more but it holds paint better and &ves - better service-Com- e in and see this wagon under a binding guarantee. old h- tU TWohiM - RIFFE BROS., HUSTONVIIXE, Whm fa Pol KENTUCKY ptUd-t- wit lh lowert lb. beO. md la lis. nj 0l ttfmt , SHAKE INTO YmiK SHOES COMMISSIONER'S SALE Miens Foot-- 1 ae, the antiseptic powr, der. It relieves painful, smarting - Curdle r, I'lff 1 will break HOKSK BREAKING. Lincoln Circuit Court ..vs nervous fict, and instantly takes horse to ride or dr:e uentlc. Tho. the stin out of corns and bunions. T 1' lads, etc, Defts. Hackle), R. F. D. 1, Staiiiord. In obedience to a judginent rendered It's the greatest comfort discover) of FOR SALH. Ful! blooded Shrop- the ai:e Allen's e makes b) the Lincoln Circuit Court at its May shire bucks. N. J. Cone, Morcland, tight or new- shoes feel easy. It is a term, l'Jl-l- . the undersigned Coiunils- 4 Ky. callous, sioner, will on certain relief for sweating, Monday, July 13, 19U use FOR SALli. 78 acres, near Crab swollen, tired, aching fiet. Orchard, and near Ottenliciin pike, by it to break tu new shoes Try it toda). J (cenint) court d.i) m front of the court S3-W. H. Mueller. Sold everv where. 25 cents. Don't ac- j hoitac diKir in Stanford, K) . offer for bor FKliF trial sale at public outer) to the highest ami W'K are mow handling the well known cept an) "substitute following described Deerinj; Farm Implements. W'c have pirkage address Allen S. Olmsted, I. best bidder, the county, Ky , situated land in Lincoln X. V. an) thing from repairs to a mowing Ko. near Highland, K)., and loundcd as machine to a threshing macnine coin, Ileginiiuig at a stone on the tcdlows plete. Also binder twine. Call on us COMMISSIONER'S SALE west side of a white oak on the count) beiore ou bu. C. 11. Carter and Son. road thence S 21 W 53 pedes to a FOR SAI.F Threshing outfit in Ilarr) V. Mills etc, 1'lfts. tret near the forks of a branch. perfect working order, 500 bushels ca Lincoln Circuit Court tlience down said branch S 2 1 2 W 10 vs pacitv, 24 inch Uellc City separator will II K. Mills etc., Defts. V jwles, lHles, thence S 38 thresh all kinds of train and hull clov J'urstun'. to a judgment rendered b) thence S 40 W 37 poles to a stone Joser, lo liorse-towFairbanks .Morse the Lincoln Circuit Court at its June, hua D)c corner on the branch, thence S engine. The cr thing for one 101J term the undersigned , gasoline coininis-siim48 poles tc a poplar in fence 0 or two fanner touelhcr. 1 have saved will on linr and hue of Carrier, thence with my grain out nearly its cost in getting o2 jwles to 2 Monday, July 13, 1'jU Carrier's line X 85 in good condition. Mj laud is all in (Count) Court Da) ) at 1 o'clock I hollow, m the brinch grass is my reason for selling Lome M ir. front of the Court House door the uce" up said branch Xin24 a V 42 and see it now at work on in) farm. A. in Stanford, Ky, offer for sale at pubmIcs to n leaning Imrn on the V. Carpenter, Morcland, Kv. st t ni lic outer to the highest and up s.inl branch .N 2V ! branch Joe Jessie, of near Morcland, sold der, the following land tu Liucolu coun-t- ), 0 iiles.tlience X 17 3 4- - poles to a thence C .K, McClure a mare for 1j0. Buck Creek. K) on the waters of to W 8 poles to sugar tree, thence X 37 iH'giuumg at beecli tlience a white oak, thence X 11 W 1( pole-t1st 1 fact Mr. Granville Jones, of south end of 25 poles to (Hplar and white oak, S 5 braneh thence X 9 a W 13 tlit county bought a nice yearling ) V '.' JO poles to white oak, and maple X poles to a poplar, thence X 74 Kidd, pamg $100 unite of ilarl 25 K WJ poles to hickory and ixplar . Ilcs to the beginning and containing Mr. Tim i!roun, ol near Crab Or- 42 V 72 poles to stake in corner 48 acres more or Irss lot, 3 S J5 V S poles to beech at beSaid sale made on a credit of six' chard, sold a good horse to Joe ginning containing 30 acres more or nonlhs, purchaser to execute lond with for $125. less. approved personal security, bearing ( J. D Whitchouse, the Danville pike 2nd Tract. liegimuug at elm cor- per cent interest from date until paid, fanner and stockman, sold to J. C ner, between Mrs. hd and II R Mills' and lien retained on land to secure K 8 poles. l.S links to a pavtnent of slid IkiijiI Johnson, a Danville bvi)er, fort) head line S 82 Mills'' white oak, d cattle at seven and a half 47 notes thence with II R white hue E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. oak tu stake, near cents and bought two car loads of stump, close to lihier line, N IJ W J COMMISSIONER'S SALE cattle of Thomas Mitcali at poles J links trom blick oak, the corner agreed butvscen Mills and Hastin. Mane,ic A. Cover, etc. l'lamtiffs $7.8S per hundred Ma 21. VJW, i 30 E with McGuf-lV- ) Lincoln Circuit Court v. line 84, plcs to little chestnut cor- bhetlcv D. (lover, Defendant TO SADDLE HORSE BREEDERS ner between Ikitlin and Martin thence In obedience tu a judgment rendered Martin line b 58 W 18 poles 17 links b) the Lincoln Circuit Court at us Ma Danville Fair Saddle Colt Futurity bce-con north side of branch, X' 48 ecriu, I'JU. the undersigned Coiuiuis to 1m ,.l l 10 poles 20 link- - ! iioiivr, will on For fnais of 1914 that arc registered 2 acres mvrc oi Monday, July 13, 1914 or eligible to regi,lt.r in Saddle Horse ginnrig, contaii'ing 2 lcs. (count) conn da) ) ixpo.se for sale, at llrttders' Association. 3rd Tract lleginiiiiiK at stake in public ouicr), in frent of the court 'II 1, stake will be contended for at poles the Danville, K) , Fair, August 5, 0 lane 88 K 18 leaving from Grccnburg house door in Stanford, Ky to the a 12 foot lane hiyhcit and best bidder, the following comer, theiue and , 1914. 1. vi htinl in Lincoln count), K) , Condition No. 1 On July 13th the from the house to road S V 0 Lot 1. A house and lot m Crab Oriolc to stake in yard S 80 W culor. markings and sex of colt, name 10 r of Mam chard, Ky., on the cast side of links from S. corner of sire and dam must ascompaii) the front room of house, thence with south street and Ixnuided as follows' tint pa) nit lit of iX Condition Xo. 2. On July 2"th, at even with main building X 80 IT 87 llfKinnini: at the X. V. comer of the a. it additional' su..i oL $2 mast be (aid to S o73polesUtopoles comer ol main room, Huck Store as it forunrlv stiMid. thence K to stake on East side S 10 E 2 poles 6 feet 3 2 inches to a the Secretary of live Association, which E S'J stake passuiK the S of hranclt with piinters S 15 corner of said sutitles the colt to show. pole to stake with winters m out sid' store 3 feet thence a parallel line to To the money derived lron nonuna-Tth 0 pole to maple, X said biiihhne; 3 feet from same X 80 I' of foals luihis Stak; $25 will be line X MV 15 73 poles to while oak am 5 jioles 15 links to a stake-- , tin lire X 10 addid bv the .oculioti tnd will be lop!ar N 8 V rW Kiles to bemn-iiiui- ! V 2 poles ( feet 3 2 inches to a stake divided bitwetu til four best foals; ciHitainiiiK 20 acres more or les in lleiir) Siiii,U ton's line thence with 50 per cent to the 25 jer ci.nl to 4th Tract lleijiiiniiiK at stone on said .int.- and tin north line of said second; 15 iwr ce.u to third and 10 per cent to tnurlli, in full, without dis- south side pike, S 66 E 18 poles 16 links Muck's store as it formerly stood S H) V 2d poles 6 links to W 5 poles 15 links to the bft'iniiini! to stake S 6 count .. H. C. BRIGHT, Sec'y stone in Wnuht's line X I' w Same laud coive)ed to Curtis Ci'iyr li 5J-- 4 Danville, Kv. Wright's line to Mills' line tlience, near J. L. Sleeiihc use north with said Mills' line to tuc lane Lot 2. A lot of laud in the town of leading to Stanford pike, theuec with i Crab Orchard Qii Lancaster street and be- - adjoiriut; the above tract bounded said line to pike thence with pike to as j (MiiiiiiiK containing 12 acres more or follows On the north by an alley, on j the east less. bv an alley, on the south bv Manufacturer This sale will be made for the pur- - the lot of John lliich man heirs, and lot and Dealer in imve of division of the proceeds ainonx i Xo. I, above described and west by igh-Clastreet, same cmvevea to Curtl'f ciiilciren oi the eletenelant subject to i.aiie-isteMonuments mortgage for the sum of $324 with in- tis (7over by Clara V Sinrjeton, etc. Original Designs and Prompt terest from January 1. 1910 at 6 per I Sale made on a credit of six months teed ' purchaser required to execute bond with Quality Connections at all cent. Said sale made on credit of six approved personal security anil ien reGranite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill months, purchaser to k!vc bond, with tained on land sold to secure payment security bearing 6 per cent interest from of said bond, which !ond shall bear Closed ou Saturdays date of sale with lien retained on land interest at 6 per cent from date; until Telephone No, 164. sold with force and effect of Judgment paid. STANFORD, KY. . K, D. PKNNINfiTON, M. C. C. C. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. FARM AND STOCK NEWS 51-3- p. Foot-F.as- - 51-- Alas tf 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 - AT L. L. SANDERS, M su-u- Crab Orchard. :r c' l- W J - 2 ! 51-t- f. b-- Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. V 4 die-sIk- w GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky 1,100-puun- Our Bargain Counter loaded with Bargains in Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords. is 1 2 . t. 3-- 4 Lan-cuile- W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 1 2 2 1 'irt, - HARRY JACOBS ss r Service-Guaran- 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, $1-6"ia,ke fa per 100 lbs. . Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions a.nd Ja?k $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 Digester Tankage ;; 0 j j J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY t. rf-