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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 7, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 int1914070701_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 7, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5h!h99 SaB-l MRASlUlNBD.ttM-HllktBAaI ,, I NO. - R7V9 MM. MftA WILtM STEWXT T iMMMt r tm i ft V 4 " V . l' v y r L:- - t . ' - ''i fi r,. i.fl '.; 1BBEi w I A - .". r t "If Jl m ? TxZTwmw and Kilty, At J. K. Nvei near rtitle manner rt'WoWa'WlplI tlwl pkee last neck. The-- ) dung man, The ty-aetiT- i of- -' whsrhart bccntmpiocd"ira" Mrm hand IhMitutc, whieh will J lUVU)ctiitv Sheriff S. T. Jioiiriffati. of 1). Jokcs. abotH five milW frm towrtf tV Lrtr Cwwy wxt'.Mirtion county, for only a day or tw on rtte Knob Lick Spikt, might firt'yotiag Ml k n Stanford, been for there MomJay, July 13th ami lasting through More the accident, had been engagtd tart Sunday, and had M the week, will 'be an especially interwt th.it murtung in plowing. Preparing to the' very emcient work of JM Wools 'chard ' inu and nitab)cene. The sessions will start to the house fur dinner, he un- and a Torcc of colored helper. Ml M in mat FnHBtv AitfiHM be held in the graded school auditor- hitched an unruly mufe'hahad been the crejk and Mr. Jones' v hows atd kiVDrli BT ium working to the plow, and was in the act barns' would probably have gowc up. in auto, atid wh of Row- of climbing upon the animal when ft' llamev Mr Wood himself Iwd a field there., ' KrWrts' jsl Mil. Cora WiUon Stewart, btisliels an county, will be present as special suddenly plunged fo'ward throwing the of about. 1,100...... . . of wheat if) an yoiHife eomte ..' UAJMrd rMtur -: . . jfijL-A- a. i instructor mid under her direction lioy to the ground. Unfortunately In ;x'Jommg,VH,vanu nau tne oiate, goi - iMeyw?5.ewvamJB - .'fWP'"W,l. 7" spienrim result! may be expected. She the fall thclioy's foot in some manner t.ii iv li. iii9 ijs nuutu lirtw ulii .!. .limy mv ' a. .their. ' wcddfiM SnMtfcv II . .w I 11 hut established asta'cwidc reputation became entangled in a trace chain, and bcavv.' Mr. Woods led hi force of men to stlrurise". flttti- - will the e!uea(r,jrml htr famous "moon the mule becoming frightened rail off an fv fled, bMOTjirffl light schools" are known throughout Voting Pre, or was drugged a distance of ihc H c 1 on the (daze, finned with 'honevifioon to find coturatulaiiofIA Judge While she was superin- almost a quarfer of a mite, and when iieavy locust and cedar switches' and good wishes aivailirtu tlim.Mi alHiil the country Aas bbrrWfrhi "to,sjn tendent of the schools in her county, picked Up was dead. His left legavvns llii) had the fire under control before The bride, is tlicyomigii daughter .11 . '..riV'.cm Daujiliman. and KHHty av 1 jail. tv',-broken and his-li- t ad wus horribly inu it had done much e'am.igv, though &fr. Mr and Mrs. M. S. Rowan, illiteracy was practically sustained some loss on the crvp'ccntlv gradliatcl.rr6lr ihej Sttniord ',L,. Tii., t. Mniimt an authority it lilnlcd; In addition, he was fearfully wnj. ..... ib To hear such Everything is So High School.' She is attractive and. ac- - against ihis.vowig raan, ohaf thatafwus burned. u pleasure and an upporitttifty'that tew bruited about the body. Carter Lank-forwho was in a fitld uearb), jump- Very dry now that farmers are taking complished and 'will h'nike A splen lid with shooting oil Ihebigiiwaj , cjii i (ford to overlook. he law m regard to attending the ed over a fence and stopped the animal. every precaution to'kcep fire away .helpmate iif every, Way fo'r the man of the officials -- say they wilf'-Mifu.w - i.- w .!.... fw her cJuj'ttr. Mr Carter is:cri"j nil teacher dead from their .The yining rratr'hawcvcr, vrss Wmi .inoiinir j vry r'gt'l . . . ' 4. Lldridgc'Alford oUhe Greea '1 Jtangiimjn, inc well known ,ues -. kikiwiu joung uusiness yneif in j. are compelled to attend. 'The penalty when Mr. l.ankford reached him. Mr. wHh ui ta- - section, was also convicted, jtadep, fOr not altciiilinu is viry severe. The llotirigau, it is iaiif. warned )oung farmer west cf Hi'stonvillc, had" fwo Stanford, ifc fs a mule barns tlestrovcd by fire last Jas. M, Carter in the livyry btisl- - new pistol carrying act, Malute sas that "Lvcry teachers of 4 I'rjor to be care fid in haudliut; the .1.. . I 1.1. lt .1 . oy :v itusiier-uiiiihvu I........ given tu days in tail andidistraiwiiise inry arc eucveu iviiijSj uiiii is a t.....1-common 5clio.il in cities nf thcWiftJi mule, informing liini that it was wild naj aiiciiiijuii. Walter Walls was fined ?50 andgM halds.a-ltitdU and for lifm never to attempt to ride it. have caught from two children of a cry one who knows hiin. "The bridal and sixth classes, who ... ! i, it jTL.i .... tenant playing, cooking eggs In the ,pair will go to iciUtkcfiiug upon ttteir vii iz iia) u. jail lor snooting zv ploma, state certificate r,cimnt? crr- -l barn. ISoth were extra nice, large return in a cottage' they have alrtad camp meeting atvNcw" Salem. HUSTONVltLE tificatr, or who tfontsinilijk-afopIy'i', structures. A fine Shorthorn calf was secured, next door to Mayor1 and Mrs. is.s Georgia McKerron," of Mt. Ver fm a certifiactc of imalljrtSfi'fi le&eh burned to death in one of them. w. V. Florence, on West r Main Mreetj. PKKACIIKRSVILLE the coimiioii cuo9M:JwiU;Sttend non, Cf-- who has been visiting her sis Jm4 v;-Horn, to tbj wife of August BarteK "the full session of the "institute jn his ter, Mm. W J, Childress, for several ' GREEIf BRIAR ' LOOft. girl, named Sophia. a JUomc county, unless he Is. teaching in dajs.liai returned home. On laH Satutday morning about 12 o- Major James li. MSCrSfy could Mrs, Nannie Lawrence and daughter ti.-- n Mrj.Mary "Freeman, of Maltimorey "anollur county in which the Ttfstitute is Ihere was an old and respected gale-aaudience of voters jet to be held or has attended, the In- Md., Is vnilini.'ilicr mother, Mrs.Mice citizen found dead on Iltick Creek liynith some intensely the jounger ancient Miss Jennie of White Oak visited Ma- prorm interesting son Holticlaw and family, ruined By stitute ot a county in which )ic has a Link. the name of G M. Venters. He Was 'history of his experiences with dele-8- 6 Mifl Talitha Bell vfslted Miss F.lla the.jjries Mrs. Minnie Kobitisou ha returned teaching in a contract 'to teach. If jtars old. J. M. Camden was called 'gate eonventions and his benefactions Itlankeiuhip. ' ., up orl'the bn county other than his homcjfefeMy, from .Baltimore, Md, where liy has and held an nupiest over his and J to complaisant voters by bulling the Miss Ruby. Parrish visited her cou Rev. G whose institute is et to be Iiclu.'htJ been on a visit to her meet, lrs. Mary the jury verdict was that he fame to market for floaters to a maximum rate sin Miss Ina ;Scotf in Garrard: TFord churchjfo mutt attend the fnll session of I lie. lit- Freeman, who returned home. with her. his death by a sun stroke 01 heart I which has made it continuously Mr. and Mrs. Mcuefee Elmore are jn'g, RevvJ. L.j V- G.1nn jrs rc'cciv- Mr. and Mrs. ter. The Cbtwty JUperinteiidcnt shall marks of mo.. demonic to all campaign contributors rejoicing ovcr'the arrival of a The meeting, mri) revoke ill certificate of any teacher jug congratulations of many friends on knee on his body. .' of Julr 20th SMt sonin, their Miss Lena llaimn, of Somerset Visit- -' and especially to candidates in the lioy in their homi who jljall fall or neglect to attend the the arrital of a Eighth. It would be an interesting reMims Mamie Holtzclaw is visum? stated in "ou'riAjfclc full session of the institute unless the home. He has luc'n named Kruneth ed Mrs. v elation 0co Claunch last week to middle aged voters to hear her cousin, Miss Jennie Lawrcnoc at Judge J: P. atifirsl that Fillmore (aiiu. All arc doing well. Superintendent shall Mr. Ira' Hrassell and Miss Maggie, him detail from inside knowledge just While Oak'. Judge of the Harmon Campbell, of Mrs. Mollic such failure has been caused by actual attende'd church at Wavncsburj; Sat. Your correspondent spent Sunday a"t on June 30, anrf-- r Florida, is here on a visit to relatives utlay night, Sunday and Sunday night 'how "Cerro Gordo" Williams lost a sickness or other disabilit). plu.n which had been won by htm. How Urodhead: small crowd of Singleton has arrang-c- d and friends and attending- to some bus. Supt. Garland ?Irs. Hud Slips was calling on her graciously he accepted the throw down 1 Miss Lena Arnold vUilid friends at a line impress! a very interesting program for ths mess a flairs. son and family Sunday. and his immediate reward. It would be Crab Orchard. Will not btf'wPhoiit' : Reuben Given, of. Mobile. Ala, is instituti. He! hopes to arrange for seMiss Ruth Mtiucic is still improv- - entertaining and enlightening to many Misses hmitli visited Misses Carrie Some of the Hdirtg veral ball games, during the week to here oii a vivit to his father, i"gI to learn just how cliques, rings and hand Zula Kalor. If anil in other 'parts of 1 , amuse ar well as n Ktruct the tcachtrs ens, and other relatives. Mi. Levi Muncic and wife visited los.,e!. iiackcd. houcht and cbntrolled F. F. Illankenship and little Aon, of for him, though it is We had a light shower of ram on - IwhUe'iWrf are here. George Sturgeon1 and family and also conventions. The stench of that rot- - Walnut Flat visited homefolks Hurt will,, carry the coij Wednesday night, but nothing to speak visite.1 J.verett t.o.xh. solved the primary election P fi,jgar Holticlaw is on the sick list majority. Teachers nf as it soon dried out when the sun . Mr I. M. Camden and Mr. Oco a.. iHtin-- a r.: .1....1 , Mr. and tail luviuou lor me inajori--- . In the absence of the pastor, Rev. count)-whit- e leatncri came out. uiauncn anu wne were callers at , - t. t to rule larticiiiatioii in a primary Thomas Owens preached three itood Danville, Sa I I " A. L. Foster and family lutve returnik; , nem in piauiotu, i;-U .Muncic i bunday implies approval or acceptance and car-- 1 Sermons at the Baptist church on Sat tiiuqniV il Mr, ed fioinc after a vacation of a month ..irs joi... ..eacii ami .lansnu-7, JndiltU-e- . t a oijhga,,,,,, t0 Indoise and urday, 'Sunday and Sunday night, ' ncrs ClQ'WtMNI tKtewart, of "Mvfrchead. in Tennessee with relative and he has her daughter at Highhnd M0nd.1v port tIC IM,m,nees. The man whose rc- Miss Lucy Pettus has just rctu-ic- d tativ t.uiK.'sJr'.iM.iiutractor. VcdeIay will reMimcd his iosition in the Weathcr-for- u ..liss lva Horton was visiting. Miss n,,,,,,, ali 1H,ii,iC; are convictiois In- - frdln pleasant vis.it to her uncUvMr. a l traded store. All are glad to see them Mat;gic Urassell Siiiiia afternoon .. vktM fiaV. liotbitttral-an- r . "T ttcad of prejudices holds a pledge as Pc(tus at Springfield. v Ut'arcl intiteti to attenu.i back. Mr. Oliver ."aims returned to Tenncs sacred as an oath and cheerfully tines Joe j ... k , .V fi: ..- -j It'j- in i A ..m.!. A......r...A . - I. 1..iill. fill. .urs. u. 1. i.unsioru in. Il.itc viimiutHeu sec last week. up with the majority in voting for a A protracted reyiVal meeting wilt beJ irt- - retiuiKd) down at the college, which will add aAcli .Mr. Winfred Sktdmorc and .wife?! principle never for ihc man. 3f;The gin Sunday, July thet12tl) at the MeM-to' vuWBRiijW ejatfi"inc. and all much to the lpoks of things as well as visited Mr. and (.John I.iach "Ttics-- t Pharisee whose religion and politics , . odit church 1 it'll rt'ilrJli'i- - !lo)i cvrtificntes.1 lie 'finite a convenience to the children' uay. . .. ,v..r... in'X' ijg arc mere means to selfish ends arro! inc weuoing oi air. iiaw'ey "anu mw tiHtn the cx-- v in t (rue of nmd and slush. Mr. Tu li'slting his con gates a right as "a -Ameri Miss Eder Bartels, of Griffin Station A. . At i .Work on the new bridge is being' sin. Clan imueieuuir can citizen (?) to vote aintu'tt am came a a' surprise to V. friends y "make pushed rapdly by Contractor McKcc nil)ilp Cjaii Mr, oee.n visiting' enemy in a primary and .vote In final GyKs here. 4r. M! ajia m the; hiitdry of Ktlfe. He is working a large force oil . '' at uuc-- erceiw: i election just as he duirr please", if that Bascoin Archer. of.kWillilrflgbwg,' Moniffon "tf, Carla'iid SuW mil. Mr. Ttiscoe. Sims and Mr, Claud..' enemy is a nominee. Major McCrearv has joined his wife licre, Miss.Rchel Sunday a ,?Mis Cora May 'Goodg is at hO'iic iroiii Sinij were calling at A. C Mimsic's in his announcement promises m i. liC-rO'S.to sup-Io- Foley has returned to her" homc;at Wil-weretnti ljcxtngton lor her suminer vacation. . Snmday night. a successful rival, "this time" (our liamsburg. S The postolhcc at Ilurnside, I'tilaski1 HW4MIr,MH M KUtt,. supplement) His indtisfrious. inactivity Mrs. Logan Thompson still has bad' com y, was blown open and robbed 'A4tt?e;, of the Watt: 4. Mr. MT. MORIAH beat hiin beiore, is fresh' luck with her poultry. The recent los's' i Ixxh Uemettmc- - last Wednesday tugnt uy MMnioi,-fi- d last week, ismr I'.ldrr Joseph Uallou will prca Na'miiHidi!ious contingent from the of 45 niccjoung turkevs fur-- j There was little next Sunday. . " n in avrv;ctitical condition for several tinkuovvu parties. .'. . ... tne, Aiajor the augmented by,the death of 18 e? WH palate o; Aiissoun. wat;performed by rlew to the thieves, so Lair's bloodWill Ijntg and wife, of Stanfi Uis, physical vigor. nd tra nice whiteguineas. Their coop "be- -' Drs,' Carter,,d'.tkvely, 6f Urodhead hounds were telephoned for by the of- were week-en- d guests of Mrs. htlyWitHtl imT arm. in proot.amstii s, 4 njK (oo tight caused itlijuo wis ta. aput tlirefvvecks'aijie lait she wg- n ficials and Will Stagg took them to, Speaks. 'famously muscular arms, but ther. t was the. Seenc Thursday morning. Mich" a condition tltMittie'hOie KfiBtr p'cI(16!'pertof Mrf. Annie Waters and children, 'o Mpfcially nqted for disastrous An automobile killed tfie rcmaUun'a S4,J 'Miss ISvts Cowan is home from a Louisville, Jicld out for brr recovery:! She are with her parents, ,Mri emjgfncnt ot his e strength. rat terrier for Jktjss Gnrrie Nayloti'- lo have Urn a HoK- Roller and their visit to her sister near Monticcllo in md Mrs. C. D. War field. Hotel.'? fbc'x just enjojed a lerni of M. F., Lawrence and little daugmer Wayne county. ' Kvetet Young continues quite ill of Divine llcilcr is suit? tu hat'c exhaustthsicalr rest such as the Major' has Misses .Mamie and1 Katie Le'c visited edge-of"- , the. Tube Jluston, of Moreland, abrotlicr neuralgia. ed all his failli in trjiB torrcvtorc her hobly ''carMd, the prodigy was sadly his father. Mr. Jam.cs , Lawrcncc'at net unoer a Mr, ai.il' Mrs. A. K. Dugau are'at sliort on bvtver,etjually. iuivortant essen to health and when the 'doctor were of I'ncle Jess Huston, near here, is hejtMildi Br&dhcad. ? 4i'i''D-iwith in a critical condition, ;a 'weakened I called kli?, was nine,' after a delightful stay with re-- i tial;, tobig and good work. Likewise- -. v Roy Ware, of near Rowland, t'l . vtsttajl 'condition thai she 'filled Jo. respond to hope entertained for i recover-lattves in Ohio, . hat is due aii"vcrage his best'uirl here Sunday.. Mr. and' Mrs. M S. llaughinan and fatia.-t-' ft the treatmvnt j lieu Hoone Sundaved with homefolks. rt,- of private correspond-- . li .... y sycare suitenng iron a rnnsiviMru -Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Florence, of Stan, 4r 2 The whca( crop in this j tensity j enccr fail SAii.. 'Ll'i: ... -n ww uroiigm in o" srni.wi, "S'l'lxHr ford, spent the da with Mr. and Mrs. eceptionally good. cimsiderjiiK DAVISVSTOSE the dry, seed and il'Selcctions ofpdst- - irieffects, and followingmrc94lv'iaS,-J. F.J.juchs jilatives. ujpncd him Jure 1 locker last week. weather. Irish potatoes will almost be, masters. 'does the severe drought of last SMMiien on hi lx2nill birthday, by givlrtg him a James Ilr)e, a son of George Drjc, a total failure. ' Certainly K. few. agree wth ,J ... 1 C.v.J -- iL Middle burg, was here Thursday birthday ihnner The dinner was set 1 i.tifiicii aic ill nu.nrvy. irwmmp,w Several of Our Jounj; people attend- Slaiah tliai' the" revulsion which hinA d. Barring a bou4iful7weat,e .last morning among- relatives and friends. eil the picnic at Wavnesburg the Ollie Kidd.' 'his .sonin-Uat 4th. somcly responded to Ju swan son g' arrow. exseetations (imts l d He is teaching school at St. Louis, Mo, .Sunday. There were 7 James Flannery has been visiting his, a concluding-- tribute to' his amlji .1- ,.'. L.:i.. After duiinic the school season iuimii.1 aifc.fffiiKinj.vw.uJtsTSU partake of the tjood tlilOK t parents here. anil halo of immortality tjiap inss Kiuuuiy uwniw "W jwrs. uogan iiuuoie, 01 oianiou,., I. ....a- - .... ....... I...111 dinner the crowd enjoyed themselves by ...,: r. i ir.Q,i ..-,.L.d.111. 1.1 i .. anil treat statesinan.vvaLso1elr a.'Mnl.'B - oustom of j --v - lUBjrtmg;or'Hm HJpfpt stnuing sacred (.ortg antl when thev was up to see her pattits, Mr. ington, spent Saturday night, with. his sonal tribute. BjtakBjIma JKJJl B . mA tit nili tKk (heir departure with reUiclaiicc. Mrs. L. McCormack. parents. Mr and Mrs. J. V Bastin. ' uisgusi Willi, mat nmonous good to be uses Mary ana.! lvteh one thotight it was Carroll McCormack, is back here Miss Florence Dawes, 01 Lancaster, sor, the August Wilson, vvho'j the; Misscs-vMcthere. from a visit to relatives at Danville. visited her parents here, Saturday and a conviction that Yautsevt-- a'' ofrijta'ih'e'w'lfe c Kidd has been suffering wilh ,1. I -T hay harvest is now on and a Sunday Little Ruby Haztrtt was sick The eil accomplice fired the shot from jheuiuatim for somu great mail) are now taking the advan- a few days last week. inflammatory window of Calob Ptiw efs' .office, which time, but is some better' at present. tage of the dr spell to put up their . Mr. and Mrs. Kelly McGuffy, of killed Goebel. and narduhed all but heltiiajrfiHri,-- k 4H' Wood has been suffering hay. Gertrude Louisville, are with her mother, Mrs. Youtsey with a painful wound caused by . Mr. ami Mrs. Wajlcr, of Memphis, Rilda Chestnut, - .ijssien Shell Reed is on the ill." s.j.VTiAl. Miss l.illie I'.dwarus andplug ,(ii a medlv that penetrated her Tenn, have been with, the tatter's par. sick list: V Grubbs surprise.1. nuV .5cll!ijlrly inch deep. foot oer an cuts. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Miller. Mrs. Cansada Epperson has' returned their marriage last Sunday TheVrSfcg ll--- .. i The children of Mr, E. Df Manuel, W, K. Williams, an auto, dealer, of from Neat's Creek. -jp couple nave set up noascKocpinfT-ot- v Helm'Wjki'tfutI have Iteen sick with the mumps Lexington, was here this week with Vtn . 1 ' Clsl-Henry McKinncy'a farina H one of 'V V an auto for sale. He returned home on are all alnnit well at this writing. In every home where there is a baby, A message announced li'M vi.,aatr : There seems to be a good, crop of Weduesda) evening. MyMoriahuW-v.?Hi- si there; should also li a liottle of r 1 -i,. .7. 11 c.,.. r. L? .I..3, c UIMMl ..VMlhyt., M.lf . ?I blackberries, where ibcrc are anv briars, Mrs. Pollie Kauffman still remains BABY ELIXIR. It may be route to this salubrious city amid-tilf- Hr-i lriHrwn reWU-'Wh- . u'T'-t but the old fields nave been cleared. ver) feeble- at (his writing. needed at any time, to correct sour hills. ' jHk H , Mrs A It. McKinney is still vcrj low stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum. and consetHicntly tllcrc are not very ntt mu Tlii- - Iruli nntntn cron in our bottoms . grtnv on. many briars for them to with Iillc hopes of recovery. wil mer complaint. It is a wondcrfil rem- U tin- - ntn.t ntiiierk.tl. rnmnlete failure Alli-toMr. T C Munuei aril wife, of edy, contains no opium, morphine or 'danS4 cut known.. .Whilst Doing hard work in a bent or stoop- injurious drug of where lie is' section foreman, reany kind, Price 25c aged, the bottom meadows are jiel(l ing juisition nuts a stitch in the back week, after a delightturned home last is uainfiil. If the muscles have be and 50c per Uijtle. Sold by 'Shugars' ing very satistacloniy. set w and friendt. that strained, ful visit with relatives Bro., bacco is d)ing fast. A few hayeljMt', come joii can't get rid of it drug' store .Stanford., ind cxtci-They are, held in the Tiigli-- st great penetrating' Crab Orchard.without help. The ' ' an sioci; water is, tailing so- M.,ai tK.wer of I1M.I.ARDS SNOW LINIby all who know tl'.cin. Mft. to be a serIoti problem witlvJmariH appeal to vou most strong-I- v Kphratm Wotxl. who has been visit- MENT will Hume LoKau.i'orre of the principal Some luve begun ((riving ttock(o iVjt such liims, because it is the very at ing his father, Mr. Henry Woods, and tiling vou need. Price 25c, 50c and $1 owner of the Dow Wire Works, Louis' ?--. a.r, est streams. i other relatives in this section has re- pc- - Irtittle. Sold bv Shugars' drug store ville. Ky"wlio once went to school at This town 'was pevex-- . t&ml the C, and had not been shocked turned to Wisconsin, where.hc has been and Lvnc Bros., Crab Orchard. than by retMBMni year. employed for alwut-twhere for 25 vcars, made a flying visit Rome WilkJHfi.fn Ice Cream Supper at McKlaney acquaintances, Mrs. ,l)oane, who has been qtiitc sick membci of. one 'Plans arc on foot for thc'efcction of to some of his former for the last week is, some better at this a new Baptist church it McKlnn.v, to with his wife and two vouugest chit nent families,'. dren on Sumlawjune 21st. They came writing, h take the place of the Ispe which was in an automobile. Adair County Ifaws, us ontt John Harris had the misfortune to burned down several mouths ago. Mem men 'of have his barn top blown off by, the fet her of the church arjiow engaged in Tbe Best Medicine in the World nial atut Mr . r, cent, storm last "My little girl hail dysentery very tnsV( WHfi, raising funds for tin's purpose. Plans s have, been made h'the members of the bad. I thought she would die Chain- H ywi fei4 '''blue.r'Wawwt'.' laxy. berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrlu Sunday hool cjms of Mrs. T II to give an Ice cream supper next Remedy cured her, and I can trutb$n v ' f WtBfL wTHt wr Saturday night for the benefit of the say tMt 1 think t is tin; biut medte ' 111 tne worm, rUirch building, fund. Everyone 1$ writes mrs. wimam attend and help' a most worthy vis, Claw, Mich. For Sale by all ers, WK. ' 4 . I,y .MMflHMQ LtMt4 Cwrty TMMn JvM Wt Yh' ijiti, Vy Mutt tfryor 'HMf'O ' 'trwo mi j '' Wtm in a nr UMk fJ .. ' .. mm Si THr' tKiing nt MMbAKMi sirfdl E?iflm mat .rr. ..... A -: nj nv lyi mai ' rrntrtsl' 1 es Briyrt(Il 2 wip-ciPo- "iic-'pieB- ...vJ'- d, -- rI tin. . i. .i ... . ;.; .'ij p.u-t'nc- bein-ktMo- O-l 5 u 1 c j .,.:.".! i ,' klb'frs!sldK ldy ova ten-pou- iSj . -- - - tim$W H -t- -m'- $& iit ,, 7TT .. .... r: r vii-;r,- rt jeii - - i.ttlriaijMir .l.! A 11- -- i feHb tBv i;hsu ..:.,7'l.i JV free-bor- n A; ti j hcr-mn- j l!! w- - J rt -- Jhi -- la .... bA-Crip- ... has-bee- s f 0.: so a.darevP $m old-ag- Thohiiliad jiiucii iiv y7 tl .,.. J ii it who-hejpe- '. ti, .. r.. otJfrttfmX -- JV sqaitejinf apt Vft'TL' Wi tmmA . 1SSSS5SSS itc. '.. 4fe uinfx:..:; ..rT" ijfeZ&iMitM lfft'in -- 'S .. Vf ..'.. .S'j"' -- .-- " ,T,Vv." PF - , c.i V n, mate-nall- !" wiuur .. . Si - o bjM?2 jp'tci 3U'!,.A" mtlmikM mwr-- If.JP't we. Sin-glic- m ' w f .vr;,, rW7 ana" .4 j . .aj : .: tZi.Wi r ,1 , ri'Y jS J wiejr. ' ViW VrJ"UY. wv f 7u Vf &&? is. 'STANFORD, tiNcMir'ctniNm-xktTUoi',,- - ,. ' iSf.fr, 7 " It. ' ttM'&m The I.. t Ptlnti More Fatrn lieaB.-. li Read by Mote Farmers Other Country Paper in the Stats, i Tftiruf sm ' , ?M n i - VV sls. IV 1 . AV 41 r. r i f.. lm- t - l i U' L? i . -- Wateh' fit DM. .Hew Ydflt SnfcictMilo vWSlnit ESTAUL1SI1K1) MRS. CORA 18oO-5- 5th YKAK. NO 34 m mat- wmjumiBet pMvmitM&Wi -- nr '.v Ht 4- K 'ir . ' k ' Young BoyKllled by Mule TWO MULE DARNS BURNj bA Mt MMPLY A SLAU0H"kR . ,'XM tl.u J'rynr, the on of TttJmtna Mism jssh iw To Instruct Lincoln County Teachers' I dward Ir)or who hvts near in Weit End-H- ob IfopW Kiliy, At J. K. a,iinnr.n Woodi Whipi Wheat Fire nut ikath in j horrible iiiaiintr near "j6hool Teami on MonJay Institute Here Next Week . v HsStAii that place I mt vvcik Tlic young man, . if-- .- iiiny- oiann. . mR-- e wwixmMJ& Tlic thirty acre wheat1 field of JB1f Una ) oar's session of tlic Luiioln li Imil bun lumlovitl at a f.ffm hand iiuw UMn ih'iiwn Mil JMv'tjar. II. Juihi, atiOtit five links from town ry I nrtin winch will.uj J WvwL t llCrnt Count) Icsichrrs' InMiliiti, oi IheyitHrtiiiJTMj & iii Slnrtff S I. IJiningan, of on the Knob Lick pike, ciURlif l,i lulil in Slanlor.i, iiennuung on t WWeriani t j KcHfrWi.tK. i,mt,, for ,mj ,, , ,y or trto l.nt Sunday, and had it not bem tire joiinji ct Of 'aanfjfi twfrtJ 1icij wWmdr:w9 rttj'rsll.jrfjuda: irlWlaoir . , '4f' 2 for but baturdofinnd ilmutu firyij, gr KJitn Jti dTMJMratV .Monthly, July 13th ami lastins tlitUHi In fore tlic aiciilini Iw.l been engaged 2 1M 1 eviVj-fiiaj ftsl UfNtiite '"lA . very cinueiii work oi hod woods c mm Sunday tv here they were" tnrtuu LmoTiM. ' $100, Kitua:.t,. 4V 2 I MX) , tin v.nk, will lie an espteially uiterusl - jtMl , , ,j1)MmK ! rcnriiiK t" ille l;.Wkj and a forti of colored helpers, all of in mamas;? Afterward they u nt oft Jail for inc UMitiui wniniari tu lMl il(lll,c (ur ,mwti ir ami niHnlile one ne ins citrlvtef ball te.ia,I mith- m Mr. Crrr lie lici-iin tlic graded school auditor Intrlml an iHirulj mule lie ltd bitn ,lu- rroP al"' A,r Jocs' house and to UrippmK SiriiiK is also (lijfrrW t- Cv hi- 9tmstUt'lLsizr ai iU ... rv. niir!..iifc t tht plciw, and a. m the act !''"" wou'(' lrobabl have Bone mi in auio and will idn tlifir tr.o ;rsr5, sxz I,gjhcvf th'cfrVries ptey'd m the f ilimlHiist Mn Lorn Wilton Men art, of Row hruiids of tins well tJiou that linsfth of t uh,ii tht anmial wlun It """c' Mr. Woods hnusilf had a held tlurt VRifolkleafcucjaikr, by,thlr tiu an county, will In-- present an special Mid. luil) plnnjucl fi'wri ihtuuuiK the of about ,(J bushels of wheat ill an youus; couple had hianl rumors dint arrested af tlic f ftynctwuj - .i r ! "to ntasrL jlM intinwtur ami umlir Inr directum tH (J'"llllll L llfurtllUlttl) in adjuimni; field, and hid the blair, got- - tliev wen oon to be wed, but few ;if Saldrday brJWi; ! ?. tm lo it, his loss would have ictn viry 'that thi day was so soon and news '! jc,if complaint thjir" tplemlh! rstultc tnny be cxpcilcd She in tll the Jhij i Imil in xtiMfbtmrni1 tifne iKvfoiiid im( in. inner .4ij ti lias rtdihtislreil a.ttatiwitle repMatum tin aim uitmiglnl in a trart dm mi, ami Heavy, ilnir vvidduiK Sunday c.rini as iute a cyrAinn in the tires 52?iT5?.f: Mr. WihmIs leil his force of men to Miinrisc 'Ihi') will rcinrnfrom tin ir When the ofheer itarf tlw mull. Ihoiuiuik friathtmeil tun off i 4it cHrMt(fH :inu hir famous 'mmiti t ci.i armed with houivifn mi to find coiutratulatiotia iiim llid, but pti righVfnibn xngn I'ullt Khtwls are knonii thmtiilmot I arms m tfrd.' fclieVj rfsji .immrf iiuiii; I'rynr a iltied a illstann nf the fisiht on the blare, . . ijr tws w 11 WIlllo she was upirtti. f.ilimnt a ipmrtir of a tulle, and wrwn hiHv) locust and crdir switches ami ik.I wiIiis auaiims; lliem pn all'iile? Juflgc Dailcy atid Jailer: 1 tr ruc, ana. the commit r v ij daiiKhiit ot was brought to lijwn atid iitnknt of tlte ichuoli in her county, Jpirkiit uo was dnl lit left Ikw.is ihtv IimiI the lire umlir control before I h bridi is guiin fill ln 1 r.niMM Mmm a1!1! re h Uairslj-nan- , Vtrf. sA i l'mAy.r Jk rMksw7l thntuh Mr M- - anil M jai! Ik pliid sfuity af fii Koi, ttllli're was prnetieall) uti jlirvhtii attd lt lunil was tn.int.l) nm t ''id sustaiueil mvT) Pow. To hir well an ainhunt) liftilnteit whik lots mi tin cr ,p cunlv uradlt lied from the Sc,illionl ikiy In addition, he wai frailtillv Joti Tliic is another, oUPfjffkrjtytit whs bur a plcUfe amt an npfxiriuiliti that ttw iI.iiiimmI .iImhii the Im lari.r l.aiik that. drv now ml I vcrythiiiK is so Hull ihool. Mn is attrictive an I a. against this young man, clurglngjifnr r) that farmer are taking lottiplisbrd and will maki a pliu lid Willi shooting on the highway,-Winc- h can afford to mtrlook ford, who was in a fit. lit in.itlij, jirnip-- d ITke law in to aitemliiiR the over a linn and iloipid thi aiiimal. eviry pncautioti to keip fire away htlpiiMti in ivir) way foe tin nun ol the officials say they will enforces ruw WR.yj"?1 rntil ,.C'SJMSJ . HT" r"iuiWPiB P H J ui9i i ,her ihom Mr. Cartir is one of he that thty have him. . i-uiWMMti is it riKid and all leathers I he vihiiik iimii iKiwtver, was diad Iri'tn tlmr fiitds. wlV.sefi.i!SS3tsr: &mwmL-'namvmzi K liaiiribiiiaii, the well known 'lie J. huoii )ouug busmis tnuii .u I Idridge'AIford, of the Green Riv'SCI ariifiTCfeiiii'TSsVtfi&W: 3sHliissWiiI?sakVflatJK"sBV1cr are cmMfeikd to attend. The p.ii illy when Mr I.aiiklnnl reached him .Mr jaBK. 1Sk s aBBtJSaMStMiA rf f flCi ti aJ. ir He is a :irtnur with ins " fur not ttrwimK ' ty sivtre. I lie llniiriKaii, It is said, wariHil yosotK farmer wit rf Hfslnnvillc, hid two bunlord section, was also couvictid under the: h,'- - thrWk'Ti'tstnrcsi. WtllVnl barns destroyed by fire last Fri- - tlur, Jas M Cartir in the liv ry busi-iU- ) new pistol carrying act, being' fined $50 a I'rjor lo be careful in IminlluiK the r tiuclu' of that "I l.itm .i) fc tventes vMcX afieriMiou They arc t7 in, ami is a liutlir and likvd by uirAsuil mIiooI in utirs iff the fifth mute iiiloniniiM him that II was wild given 1U days in jail and disfranchised tt&WiRir-tesifimJZvmMrf'A- i ,wxwm c cuistht from two clulilrm of a iryoni wlto hmivvi linn " 'I he brut and iixtll clastt, who ImIiU a Mite di Hid lor mil niver to attempt to ride it. Waller Walls was fund ?50 and giw- tinant pbiMni;. cooking isrr hi" the pao will go to hoiiiiketpiUK uiioii t'i- ir SMta.,lwcwBjlidKiMSBjaiHSLmi lr.MBtrrr A "ir MM li -- 5 days in jail fur shooting at a lorn. tair iriiilnatc oruetirtly barn Ibali tre extra nice, hrgc rilurii in a cottage the) have alnil lamp meeting at Niw Salem or who eoutciiiptatejiipptd)Uih' HUSTONVILLE onerfe)ld and'lgcCrcaiirloiit;; i i i a leruiiavle of iniallfiaptn5fi A tenth (,irs;ia Mcl'"irron, of Mt'er-ihhi- . strnctiins. A fine Shorthorn calf was senirid. mt door to ia)or and Mrs thratnc'Ycmijtiorrsaf,d A II Moruiie on Mam trut (.), h lias bi'iu visiting hir su-t- r burnid to death in one of them. Ml the PREACHERSVILLE .nimil cllnj17 slrSll (ItKlld at Walltown,so vtt Mrs. u'-7ft- Horn, to tlu wife of August UartiK majority 'in'sflic the full mnioii of da institute in his J Clnblriss, for seMial GREEN BRIAR " &. i tr m KIDD'S STORE girl, natiiid Sophia. Ik is tcaihiiiK m da, 1ms tiliirin.il home. a lnmc totnw). imli On lal Satmilav mnruitu alioiit 12 o- EsKK .Ma,r jalI)M i; .MtLrrnr) loubl n Mrs. Mar) i'reeniail, ol .Mnltimoiiv Mrs N'amin I.awrenci and ilun,li'ir atiottHir cutuit) in whuli tin instituti is The hllcklrvr crorr tattalin cloek thin w.i an old and respited gak alI adiencc of the t . s.itwii: yoiingtr votirs Miss Jinnic of White Oik visitid !'a proimsipg j'ut rr little back:M,sV F"- Md. is visttuiK Inr mnthir, Mr. A litre lie held or has attiuilcd the ut lo jVr7TAfThliWA- j-- . - v. t.j . cititen found dead on Muck truk b)j ttU, ,mL mtui.ilj im, restjng anuint sou lloltzclaw and family. n '. ol a u.tint) in which he lint a Liisk ruined by the" t'.ry ueatbct'MaW fakr, j:tcf , m'w tin naim of (, M Wntir Hi via : tor) of his experitncis with deli-W- i Mrs Miumi' Nobiusoii Ins n limnil It teachiiiK m a Miss lalitha Hell visitid Miss Ilia .1.. .ucrries 1.. - it,. . 1 ...1 Jia l.Xjm i3rxwurxxut, 1111 i xitnict to ttaih iii(; UIC1& s.viw,i:,y,is,tT7 M Cimdiii was callid )iar old mw eonveiitions and Ins binifactioiis lllaiikiiiship ittrA?ti?AwV. IhMiii. CimntsJ fmm Jtaltiuiore, Md, where In' has U VPjWVCtf IXTKM:rjJwm-s- , toiHitr teller th.u hit up en the briars. ' a .sj imill AS. I , i iu; and held an niitit uvir Ins Inidy and'tu lomplaisint votirs by bullmg the rr .j mKaMMis. Ruby Parrish vi.itcd Inr eott whose imtiititi is yet to In held, he lieiii ..tl a vimt to her uieee Mrs Mary Riv C T Claunchhw b;H-aJo- r H the jurv virdut vva tli.it lie unit to ,rkit lor floatirs to a maMiu-iI rate in Mi. lua Scott in Garrard tnn.t Jltiwl the (nil jessiou of I lie Ford church for a'wftk holding.afcty sf- in .nan who rtturiiid hoim with lier. his death b) a sun stroke or has nude it continuously Mr ami Mrs. K II ("rum .Ho rceei- County bliiritit(uilint shill Mr and Mrs Miinfce I.lmore are ing. Rev J. L. Dofsoh ls(tssistms?isuh;rgg,g-t2t)yrfrite jPt.fg tj a iIkmc wiu no mrk of mo. duisomi. to all c.iniuign contributors li'voli live irilificali of am ti.iclnr i iuk cnuratulalHiiis of mail) friimUon lisice on hi rejoicing ovtr the arrival of a md The mietmg here Wginjl onMhcv.cVwnfcS?jjFv J; IhI) rtll(I CM,lUaij , t ,i,,i,iatis in the bo in their home. . son in their fnll fail or nmliU to atlind the 'the arrn.it of a of July 20th instead gf Miss lniu llaiinn of Somcrsil visit- -' LisJnIi It would be an mteristmg a-i- d -M .nil 1' lloltnlaw iImmiic. 1'e ba. bun uaimd Kitmeth Miss full efcKi ot llie institute unlis the is visifuij stated in our folitter. ? A SiirT isf Mrs. Omii Cl.uim.li last weih vi latum to middle .mcd votirs to hear Ml an doitiK well ImII Ih sanfird lli!it I'lllmou (,iiin I.awrOuuc at Judge J. P. Siiliermtenilent Mr Ira llras.ill and Miss Mawe hint dit.nl from inside knowledge just hir lousin, Mis Jiiiuie W bile Oak. Mrs Mollis. Harmon Catnpbi II, of Judge of the Court of Aprx:uVs4iere such failure has bun c.ilisul I) aUiul J?2art attended iliunl, at Way licmrK bat- - '1kw "Cirro C.ordo" Williams lost a is lure on a visit lo t claims i b'torida, our corrispotiiknt pint Sunday- - at on June 3, and madsv.tBch tUtvtl4i snkiHss or olhci disahilit). WEmMm idai niKlit bimd ty and Sunday night, plu.n which had be. n won by l,ini How-MDc,i,;!?r';.r,.-,-,;rtr.rriav' 4 3t sm.-ierowii of llrodhlad. rl'MWATl . . r'WsWHBM Mipt. Ciarl.unl Smletitii Ims arrang ami friinds and attiiidiug lo some bus. f'.,.'5;t-- l ViL":i.lT s, : 't ' . r ...-Hud Sun- - was calling on her fcractoulv he anepu.l tin throw down Miss l.iua Arnold vi.itul frntids at a line impreisioii on tho-qmess aflairt id a vrrv uiteristiiiK pmuium tor ii.'rttt a,na .lX7)TAt son and finuly Sunday. ,Uid hit nmmdiate rtward It would bi Keiilnn fiivcus, of Mobile, Ala, is Crab Orchard. will not be without a following: hre. (Summary; He Ikipet to arraiiKe for ev. Miss Ruth Muncii is still improv- - nitcrtaiiimg and enlightening lo m my Mi. is Smith visitid Misses C.irrtc Sonn of the leadinc Democrats Jiere, iral kill gaunt diiruiK (hi wick :n here on a visit to Ins father, C. M. ts.i "1K . ..... r 'in learn just lion clnpu-s- , ring and and Ada NaUur. . will at ii hi nut thi ttclurs jimii-and ollur riladves. 111c aim iu oiner jiaris 01 .." tsilS Mi levi Muncic ami wifi visited ,,cS iMikii. UhioIu and controllid F F. lllaiikiiiship and little sal, of lor mm, titougu 11 is conceal a J;u;lxi.htt" Te Ue ImiI a IirIiI thowtr of raw Oh whle tl6 ari here. Struck Ceorste MurKisMf and family amt also i.iictioii 'IJu tm.li of that rot- Walnut Flu visitid hoiucfolks WcHnesslay rnssht. but ikiiIiuik to speflk - t'M . .,.WJ lllll. ,11 ..l.lj .111. omsieiq trnmss evolvel thi primary eln.tn.ni f.ilgar lloltzclaw is on the sick i.st majority. r. a .rcSy.r1- - f .. . .A. 1' "Z&Hi i.i as it soon dried kii wlten tin jiiil s, , Notice, to Teachers .m ,,,., .,, . Mr j (.aimieii ailU .Mr. U.i ., llr ..,..,, ,.llr ,lu ;,Ji In tlK' WL U. 'JSv . , Fnpliltat-mI he )fniCu1u I v. Mr. nn it tr j C.anil) vshili toailur " of the pastor, Riv came osit .... ...... ...... j. T o", i. ...i n jwii .o. mi ...r uric enters a.. . ,. ,.. ..... r, ,,..,. ".-.- a jiiiiiiaiy . .. n. tv.j.Mti.jii in . s.i nui v I villi--, .iJnrifat. tr nil, ml thi. JlSC f KoMir and familv ha Iliomas Ownij pnailnd thrie .Mod I lnstmij vHII bs held in htaHlVtd, I ( - - .. .I "!U,V lUUlV '"'P1'" -- I't'f'l or aiciiiunn and car- - crmons at the liaptist dmrcli on it- - iuiiii, MistOKuth 17. nvcRillse Mr p. b.,tnc after a vacuum ol a iiHMilh wrjb'MtW Jlil IJ. to Mrs John Leach and ianishtcr vis -,XovlH'F"4r . ..t.i....., , w.,. iirdav. Sunday and Sutuliv 1112I1- of MdrelKa I, m lunnec widi rilaiivts amt hc Iw, ....l u . J (.Jira WMmhi Musari ""lj .en hert for several vveeks"lSlfl-J'e,- ' "" . . tr. ..!... . . l. ?i41S ' ,, .. uu m.i tMUKiiiir - ai. ingnrimi .vhhhihv ,r. .i. . . . . . , Tht man whoc ri-- 1 .. s, will be (Ik iiistrmtoi Weflne'sila) will in sunn d hi latives refurncd to Danville' with the Weather Hmitnn in tsfd nrXKinirvi ioiss i va iiortoit was visitniR .miss ligi.ni and politic are cmviuiois 1.1 , SD&trsXelf.off the d&f Mw, Ml are glad to see them mVm a Itutli tural and graded foiu s((,re In Trustif ult to her uncli, Mr steus? atSSlty .home ot ' her son, Cnasy rtf su T" T MasKii tlrassill Mm. lav afttruoon. holds a plelfre as ,t. ,.utu, at spnnRlclJ ' stead . ot prejudices . the ', . clns.il ritrtl to attiii I t. I SI in -..ir i .1 i.,..ir.r.r......... .. i..t.m. ir.r" i.ur. I ,,,wi.,r,l . ,c n,,,i,. ,1t ill Ii'il liv ih? .iiiiu as an oain aim heeriilllv lines' Crcek:ftn thejnom- -. li vnlL i Luu. mil tr. n in.. nicjicnc."'11 Ik iii.il r,,n. ri Sbears. 'on Iitftan a4'-!sa- n. " '. """ attd isei list wcik ltd1( up with the majority ut voting for a" v i,- lirotraai(i revl.ai m,rL. u;i ingof ,4e 30T and" reccixeiluncsv, lt at me colligu. wliicn will i ''"sywii!' tiailnr. a ri reiiiir-iwiiowIK .Mr Wuilr. .1 Ski'lmore and vvifi!. iriin-nil-i " 7 1 1, . .1. r..l sllitutiiii to the lo)ks of tliuiKs as will at imtr for ilu in. 111. . 'lln, .f" i..."i. jiay .1. . iiu ai me .Meiu- - Iro'i wKii-- jfie died SaturJsiyCter-sg- .j to altWtVgtJfr'.thoictiacliii " ""iiay. t.... uic 7 ,. c .....7.., . 7 visiu.l Mr ..ml Mr,. I..I... I.i.l, T.,,.1,,. ..' -- , :i irisn wiiost rinion and pontics .di-- t ihurih. ( yvlio hold iittificates c!nl(Ir.it day noon. .She was 83 years "of..agf and -m. be ipiite a coiiviiiiuiic tin cmI "" i4 tiachmg ,, . !. . r. i J. TLM IV"" -art mire mians to siitisii mils arro- iiJ. j hc and motntroi loiircnii.itcn. ail. rynij-jv- ; CiU1ihS of Mr. Haw Icy j "Thof wlio oohleiiiiilatv taking the ex iiftiinc of mini ami slush. Muhy 11 Mr 1 us0itry3isltuig hts cou frii-bo-rii gatis a right as "a Aimn- si... illtr i(arlt.i,. , r.riffin Station A 1C and rJonn Spears, JTol s I.lnton, Work on tlic new briilue is bung amination iiiVcblivUU.r.ivtlI In miutrr (, , sin. Clau.re7;TmM , .. i.m cmin" (') to oti agan st anJ..1.A. nw ,llrrlvi. , illlto - t " undMrS. facU61 id to attinI;CLoiiie and hilp make pushed rapdlv bv Coutr.ii.tur MiKie SB4d eoiinty.iand dkHl'aW ,...'. d. V lajjj w t I !'"-- . Mr. ClaudJjjuJias bun isitin' a primary and vote 111 final Inn. inemy in Cy KuscJVo. this oitmyKev. tint the beTrr.slituTe in the history ol Kilfi. Hi u workuiK a largi font ot at ilink Cicek'. PS'lainefte If v ilcitiou just a he duin pleast", it that Ilascom rchcr, of Williamsburg, Montgomery conducted, funeral ier'ce"'Hieka p & If ,. 2 F7J Ji tfUJ.'. i,ih1 old Lincoln count), Garland Sin - 'men i Mr. l'u.ioe Sims and Mr Climl tiiiniv is a .J 3C- 'itWf-',- . Major MiCrearv has jound his wife hire. Miss Rtphel sunuay aiicrnoon, immune 54 It. j .Miss Cola May Goodi is It ho m t r. .til w.w Q, Mers p ulilon, SilptSs-v- t y 2 w.ienj ., ui IVJCvV-- J Simf win at A C Mmisii his amioiuiiiunnt iironu.es to up. Foley has ntiirnid to Inr home at Wil- were interred beside, in n "i ,JJri?.'fV.1X? lor Inr siiiuuvrr vacation Mitnl.iy night iHjrt a successful rival, "this time" (our liamsburg ". ' Il.tinuoii I MdliburgeTry. at llurnside, I'ulaski TOTAlV siipplcmtut ) His industrious inaitivity Mr Logan 'lhompson still has bad Mr. Jr.mo Andiiso'i, of the Iliatt lonnly, was blown o m and robbid MT. MORIAH wneu v.riniis neat nun ueiorc.- 1. iresitn... i, Wulinsdiv mslit b MTCtiuu, died last week She had bunitomc time la1 III. lllkl. ...,i. 1.. J'lllllllJ. ti. 11.1111 IU31 I bl.r ( l.llll 111.1 lo.eph Ballon will preadllUiJ rvvitii The c.ntingint Horn the!,,. 45 ...,,. vcral unknown partus lluri u.i. Iittli next Sunday. tllri..s i.la i,een fllr. which m a very critical condition for exhibit 1 11c 01 .vnssouri. sreat siate tdood-D.viajor,lur aU(,memiu l.j the iltatl, of 18 ex- - cnias,l,r.,,r(..'Wsii-la'rJ?crov.IsTatwnks. An opiratiou vva pirformed by 'ilivv to tin thiivis, so Will Loiirf and wifi. ol StaufordJ ft'YK?! 7 .,..,. Their coon be uius ins puysicai vigor inn iioinsiiet .,. llltL. ....... and Gravely, ol llrodlieadj hounds win Uliphoncd for by the Cartir win week 1. id gints t Mrs 0Gl ajnmscular arm in proof SaniM.i w . . nightly. W.tKthvfs Harry , ,. thric week ago, but sin vvtis inlhrtals ami Will Stagg took lliiui to Speaks, Kr l, who eWcvenlng f&Y WtiF'&T.s. U JIIUII ut t.imoiislv a muscular arm but thcr. W loriimg little hdpe was tin sum Ihursdav mkIi a condition 1111iL ..Ir Wattrs and children, of es.,ciallv notid for diastroun oVI.nk performs tSwa irapcie, 3M ,oA'W.C-'- ; In-Mis liusy Cowan is home from a l outsvil!.-- . Shi is said .Mi autoiiK bile Uilicd the remaining In Id out f r rreoviry. are with Inr nirtnts. Mr .nioyui.-u- t high in the air oa'tW vTtlA St. AScmSMVk Wflg JC...ZS of hi old age stie-igtrat tirrnr for Miss Carrie N'aylor, to have km a Holy Roller .uul tlmr visit to Inr silir near Miiiiluello in mil Mr C D Warfubl Ihouuh Iii had iii.t tnioviil a term of W avue uilinty M. F. ami little il.infliti r Hotel The trape7it W""-1- " WlWJ&VyZ.$..Ki 3rO mUtbK-- i Jlivim lie ill r is sun- - to ll.ivi ixhausl-coung I'.Vtltt ! .juito ill of 11bisl1.1l ri si so. li .1. the Major edge of the roof ............ .... ..... ... his(Mses jamlc M KaUe Uc Tube jlustoii. of Mortl.uul, a brother niiiralgia all his tail. i in trying to. rislon Inr , , ,, ," ' . . .. .. nobly larned, tin-- prodigy was sadly- his father Mr James r9 Law mice at net under him t .lis iiusioii mar inn, is Inaltli ami vvlitu tin uoiiors wirujoi K' Mr aid Mr Dug.iii ate at short on other equally important cssiii-tial- s, he should, taj(.'a'Wria&Y6n weakiiuil 111 a iritnal eoinlilnni, with si.mt I. line, llriidhcad tin-- was 111 such a cillid alltr a b light ful st.iv wilh amnnurv Ptolnri In. n.irt vnntir,'rtanjli!sdeaUv,'Onl too big and good work Likewise -- iramma t is r r ma Roy Ware of mar Rowland, visited "" loTiilition thai she failed lo risjioud to Ihi) c uiiei tamed for liu reiovirv in Ohio ' nasi but, just thinkvhat is duo an average Ilu best virl the baK wliiffivftToat)ly ; Of&arj t . . Two ,.;'t hi rtj r a'nl Mrs M : llaimlmian and Inn Sumlav the tte.itm.iit sMT Hi Hen HiKine Sumtavr.l with honnfi.lks .il t. lite time" lalmr of private corropoml-inn- . TwIvlRL'q',We ' ise nttviagKRii i.Mr iini Mr A. It Floriuie of Stan We are suffering from a most terri- feet aliovc Uie street, yrThe wbe.it crop in this viciiutv- - is n:i. faithful iijttiJ)Utiou of free ble' drought in this sicti.m, disastrous tends thrills through th I, CUWtTJS JfTCIKS,.Vlitkp r. it tt . j ford. .1 ly with Mr and DAVIS' STORE Mrs tM'ilitioually unt tht good ct iisideriiig the dry .mis ami hazardous seditions of postllaxtcr 1, Sm.?k6,)tih?iJ pcojile .iv ho LlOck thj; strte'fwik' I 1'. I.)iwlt nlativos surprised li'ii m-- i ll.nk.r la.t wnk in iffnts, and following directly as it wiaibir. Irish iot itoes will almost be. masters, ihtaTT.o1.e,y, by Pvwf hi (tliul birthday by giving linn ij J.uik-- . Hrvi. sou ot Geoigi Pryi. a total does the siven drought of last summer, 1uiil,v0iic of hi uuiniro! t fiilure. .J,ia&imAk Ctri.iuily a fi agne vvuli lln 'our farmirs are 111 no happy frame of sit without holding; 11; a ,J ,'.? was s. t ,,, irth.lay-- ' ditiuir. The dinmr ji,bi,iuiK, was here Ihursdiv Siveral of our young people atl'inl- - Maiah that the revulsion whiih ham1, last moriiiUK among rilattvis ami triiiuls. mind llarring a bountiful wlnat crop (li'tlitviri'iezi'bar ifliile!. at Ollic Kldd. his id the pimic at Waynesburg the Jlh. tliii si.eeb r Jsfek Kijt,Dei sonnlv respontlt.l to lu swan song ror Miiiday lh.11 win 7 who Inlpid is tiuihmg iIi.hi at St I ouis. Mo, exptctatioiis of prosperous tunes lout tfVe lamis hit bun visiting his a concluding tribute to his amhiliU our the Vfler Murun: tin .Jiool season p.riake ol tin vtixnl tliiiiK to tat fox fanner are mighty slim. With vith tJiensluAv for some'l-liir- i eli vjm n pirmts here forms, 6nVc h ilo to a VJH 'tnlv liT. duiiur (lie crowd injoyi.I themsilves by .ir Logan Hubble, of Slanfoi 1, Mr, anil Mrs Fohn Ilisim of Lex- and gnat of immortalitv solely pairtu't alj'this gloomy outlook why it is that with ti.eKi. tranezeAli! l In J. i i;i,r,rIxir--'- cV. '1.u.x vMWVvjajjjr v ' WMPh u 111U of .rtW.i;j. a per jhe custom of praying for rain slatesman..was intiug s.und soinss ami vvinn tin wa. up to Mt hir pamib, .Mr. ami ington, spun Saturday night with his is not soiial tribtili, and apart from' retived bv our praying friends? f l with rilmtanci Mi L MiCorm.iil. took ibeir pan Mi. Mr md Mrs J D It.istin. , 1 t disgust with that notorious prcdcccs. flioiriirf, v Missc Mary- - aiidj.tiey 1'ittus visit uucu un'a iva.asaciarnir oh out thought it was good to be Cariotl lt Lorin.uk. is kuk Inn Miss rionnco Dawes, ot Lancaslir, or. the August Wilson, who jir!!ided novy j&rlah.t4;,H I ' .X. l - M4i , ilnrt td the- Missts Mc Mister..-JJornfrom a visit to nlativts at H.inville . 'Im - " visitid her parents here. Saturday and a coiiviitinit that T " ttttl oulsey a confess. I 1. Kldd hi hint siifKrmg with 'I lie hay harvist is now on ami .1 to the wife of MrIra I Stigall n Muiilii Little Riibv H.ulett was sick td aitoinpliii tired tin shot from a f for some gnat in in are now taking the advaninflaimii itory rliiiimatisiu a bouncing on named Perry. ItwillJ v a few divs la.t wi(k IMS ItalMBS . window ot Calob I'liwer' oflm, which lie -' i V'vC"i3tune, but some Inttir at present tage of the dry spill to put up thur Ii'il a sborjt tune before he i out ' "i f Mr and Mrs. Kills Mcfiuffy of U t Hi .1 (loebel and p.irdoutd ail but litlpmg Urcsterrjijfjj,,, MarUW HAmitcli: (iirtrude Woods has bull siiftirmg lias IcfJ with his .veterinary jyac-tic- bT- Danvi' OTAJi.j,jhJ,35 louisville ir with her mother, Mrs ii Ollt st t-with a painful wound iaunl bv Mr and Mrs W'.JUr, of Mimpliis, . Sf.,.H . Clrrvbuf Rildi Chistntit, Shell Uced is on the ha Ldwards Mis Lilln ami Lucitu Mrs John RiclMr(Qn and UuhterJ im a iu 1 1U tint puutnitid her linn, have bun with the latlir's (wr JiflmRLw v."lHI snk list. Uirubbs siiriirisnl bv M maiiv citizens foot ovtr an mill (hep Jtntijc visitid Mrs. I.rvs BcIV, Mr ami Mrs W I. MilUr nits. fmj Mrs Catistidi T'ppcrnn Ins returned thur marriagi last Minday The young .re 4 Tin iluldun of Mr. Iv. II. Manuel, W K Williams, ,111 auto dealir, of i -r- V "H f JtsW - V'' from .Veal' Cntk ' couple JwEpli; KiJIi" havi sit up housikeipmg oil Mao iKniF V whi have bun snk with tin mumps I Miiginii, was h.re this vvnk with News oL the Churches ItirfesJrait.r VsWUn avutittrv Henry McKinnev' farm MissjS mue 01 ... -t- Vii.ti.. Ll m j ? an all aliout will at this writing Hi nti.rnul boiiu ot, ...-an auto Im sail In even home whore there is ., IkiI.v. v, rrJ lm,KU anuouncid that C91 and Mt nur itisipu. iianoil Hi-vvut t'lraru at Grmirt4B Mirtr.JHc.'TrliUs, A"hV 34 iev,iuitei 1 I Inn siiiu to bt a good irop ( Withiisilay eviniug. - mbj'fct 1111 re siioniii will Tliov CAlemai!, I.tVt thi;; 'mtirnirig 'fsvl Monah Sunday aiso no a noltle ol j, 1' Stagg. of Lexington, arc en ?"2i Mr blaikbirnis whin there aie anv briars, I'olln Katiffmiii still inn tins l.l'P'S 11MIV r I INIi; be route to tin sijubriou city amid the .lit'"HcllT-Vlier- e llrn-JimIt mav is it Whit ijjlt, Il-vylvlilZ-vvii1. th Jxrml BaxtW oltl in Ids hive bun iliand. 4,n f, ,,K ,,t tin wilting but thi .'.3 is it, :tnd Whose t it'"' Pwcryoni Is, of I.illiuri.GooclL xrtsf Dix rivii-Mr- .' did at anv tune to cornet sour 'inn, iu. an I u'liMipu itly tjlire are not very It MiKiiiiuy t still virv low stouiai h wind Mis 't .liirrhota or sum. j and Mr I L, iUliltonfwill-acttasXlii'I In Irish potato irop in our bottoms given1 cardial invitation toatlvnt many briars for tin in lo grow on. with Iittli hopis ol ucovirv There will he a Sjblulh, seh&Larjil '..r.MlAc fjl. .. f,lll.l nur toiuplainl It a wonderful nui-tdv- , ......... tin most uniiri, compile failure auey .. .;.. wtie Mr T C Maniul ,111 vvfi of AlbfZ1 u lc,ji-tfi- i ,tk ..i,jj.iy jjiuwu loiitaius 110 opium morphuie or tvtr known . vVhiUl matiriallv ilairi n.l..Anl!nn1 m.m. AllliA.t tlivlyf trrp,taU1nt yjveelr.'' , Doing hard work in .1 bint or stoop, ion, when In K stitioii fori in, h "Summary, Two liaai Ikhti.llil injurious drug of any kind 1'rice 25e Seventh Day AdvcptJ.f chureli, SitiK ynltt-m- g jStiXovr Thtv turns .1 home I it wnk, aftn a tlrligh'-fil- l int.' position nuts .1 Mitch in the b.uk and 50.' per ImiIiIi. Sold bv Shugars' agul, tin bottom meadows are Ki . .i- -, .raiversr-Sto- leii btjes I till S'Jtl i If vi rv satiUaitnnly latest srt to. av ami Hrovyi',.''tireit(liiJjpf'he u ua ami frumls that is imfiil von the muscles have it drug visit with rilativit yoll 'qt te,Ktnuekj3 iWrlUit stun, Stinford, and l.yne Hros. kino i thing fat i.in't gtt rid of straiuid. Knr fiw- - hive lost II W (lit biwh-- sl 1 sin m 'I In v air lit Id without help 'Hit prohUi- be rornrretr ojj ,Ju vjnt-- i t'rab Onhartl. all Stoik water is failing n fast a. tjicty Confqfeitaio,ithfysrwiilli , f T t,,V bv all who know tl cm I... i iM.w.r ,1 It M I M'D.s SNOW I IM ftatliltts? &MfAy29f. iujht present lo be a st noils irobli-ii- i Fpliramt Woods, who ha betn visit Ml VI will appial lo you most strong-IH111111' l.ogaiii one of ilu principal cot(i7t S at ii h turns bitati.t it is tin virv Soon luvt btguii driving i ik to uvaj and stidLlat hiuVc. l. Acrybodyf ruig his fatlitr, Ml Hi nrv Wool. and thing voti nuil .....1-.of ilu Dow Wire Work. I.oiu-vill- t. ,...'..... J.i u)o. s x ,. rt tVa. Prm J5i 5(lc and ?l ownei , lyiii.iirii other rclativts in this seitiou his Iy who once wtut lo school at tst In town was never Sold bv Shugars ding ston pi botlb 'i inon Mill.1 to Wiscoiitiu, win re he hat bttn and I tn llros t'rab Onharil tin- C C College, and had not bttn tue sauigit!, sooikcd than by rcjKpri'lliat Ktnytt, taiarterlj' tinetyurjjir 11npl1.11 ti for about two years. lit e foi 25 years, made a flying visit .ftetlittsist c.hurjJi 'ryitSumlay July 19. Ice Cream Supper al McKiuney V'0r(h Rome Wilktiitou U diail Mrs. Doaiie, who his In en quite sick to .waytw- - I I!ev C ii. former soiue l'laii are on foot for the erutiou d to.ii. I,.. of Ids ....I ..... in,i......ti rlnl 'iiembii of out of Careys ino.t pioinir I- ..f.. for the last wtik it some luttir at this K O, M-- y attend V ..... . ir.i . .. i t '.' just because s$ttfictpM)l tWjffJ.VV r tjk. " .' i.. i.,... a niw lliptist ihun-- at Mclxinn.. Inn on Sumliv June 21st They eame ut in .uiiioit, iionie nau iiHt.ceiiiu ASehopl wiitiug, e mt o( th? .Geiierli;iuday j'Mi take the pi ue of the one vvhnli wa m in automobile - il lir County News, us one of the most fanurnr ))ui,ue "TP vl, pd Jnvastmi meMliipt yii irdiefi .Nlrt, Q Ste.rArnfWiL'fi Flj r..t...Mit.t Hm r misfortune to John Harris hail the Fpc-tlutovwi i yf, D fevvrjtes U over; a4 humid down eviral mouths ago Mnn min of tlu rotmty always incvtot, gt 1iojird,Ylie have his barn top blown off by the re- Ik Souilit,a Jtik 1 kiie Ixeii tninKid wftwyis4fL Tt ofhjUrw The Best Medicine in the World r of the cliiii.li arc" now uigagid I1M and teiA. ,0 gtnKitherw Ftw ttJlsV''" P"l''u'll.',vi cent storm last weik. e to be l"Mv little girl had dystutirv viry men werr held in as IiigMentvjSs he. jtli ng I aieVpset',it teMlrlYy g funds for thi purpose. I ins xW'miM2i sNifciijiff enjqyod lii sitCJoii f IT. . . Qjait f mMo nt UtvajsraajMbifs'rvices uciug iicjj JT,,fit. tMits members of the bad 1 thought she would die Cham- In Hi made by the df CLatuberJoinl adwtjfinbooU-itJt- , .ji-- , V ft el "blue." "no account" lazy, have If you i iii? lit was hiipsrli bAaj to' mtxS After rtaMiig S sumlav sVltool elast of Mrs T II Sinbirlam's Colli. tlu.Ura and Diarrhoea WRITt me. teliph.'nini tsrtim Vijj fjHHutsjUi' 'at HmMaW, Uwh, AftecWjeHi ". '.- jou iieuljaltgooilclcaning out. kth.it.pne small bot- - tic letter? froin people vBin Ifat gleton to give an ice cream suppei next Kinn-iltier, and can trutnuili) .see nie aiiout your iioLse.nrriavj'T JMjiWMp1';14.' Tv,f,,rt r"i i i . JS'SCB curiil the right thing for that pur.Colic, Choli and eurcL'by.filninlM.rl. TaWh," .... ............ ..i. iijuiiiww. t. .v.e ... r.Aanttd-.v-ifetf'nattnr- . i'.m"-v... benefit of the .i.v nru i. .1....1 ii .is .... .nwsi iiH.niiiic sMini auioiiioiiiir .. .:.t.?i: j jiici .iiaiwu)i.;ajajajsfT7f'r' night for the i ue t iiiiiik ij.j"..- T jflu Jaf ICaar IJ VHseavr was worin inorc iu -- j.....". '. '.'.- - .. mi.. ,.L pose. It sflmulates the liver, tones up Satunlav 'iV r f cone .ii,i, . building fund. Hvcryonc is Shgif vtrvfWesMi iii the world." writis Mrs William Urt a. sprcuKy. jtrn aJjptjJCyfT pV,V,i'u'r:"T.' bin' tjB-- a cut oi the entiriMtecK citini iu in jn.ni. iKMstriirU-- tiw.i tareeaoursis oiji the stomach aid purifies the bowels. rhurih t"M, R r ! .' "mm,aviH loHtaMi. med c hies. For- si e by 'JL canr afem'tat aaaaaa? iam v'ifj attend and help a most worthv vs. Clara. Mich For Sale by al deal- - Telcidiwie tu "1h to Nifi. v " f sjajarsM. w sT ti,i jl. f 1. aaaaar r Trice 50c Sold by Shugars' drug store cause. and I) ue Hros., Cruti Orchard WILSON STEWART Dauf-hran.'- a , 2iri wMH5 eWfe ffftfT'tti2 i s 'i.- '." ' - "ft &m : c.i.. I ,,,, ioHRK rLlrfcWj . t?r-wJ"R,- - sJ'f'l r I -' ltli (!'!:"'' y'lficfwl l; . KMimwi t! wmmimmW3wwFti -i rt !4 WOfort i&&hfciWMmMizJjzic' mU ii a I'l-- le 1T suaiimmihmkii thKtrt'7rJ.T -- iv-I- I 1 79. Ci mSSSMlS!9LABma ?&Y - it county-iitMloir- ifi?!! f, vVvxw:.?! iwizw miifsmETmPi ;mm&Sr tsmfimidi ,$64 nmrrfv .nv.niivi r wtri'" r--s ..--ii.e - .1 uvi lnart'ih e. 12-t- n d -t lltlfc4 Hobson,ardidah(cdgcaJ Mr2& . . it&f.MOj t,. r ! witoB&F'mjam.z 0il J' alLDlfn tdmd jS'iJ JiliM'rvV 'jfyflF Giv-rn- c ' ...... ... -- a'wJ74,stisr ;3 C iM'mma "t'f -- ... . .JtJ e'brS':!' -- ab-cii- irtitrn-RiWim- ij ' ., 0r ,,. i,i, ,,. ""J -h tOMk-TjdJL- i -- vdM V" V ii ." '- - . t RHll'0i ll-- .i. 11 ';& tb.Vj'j?. a. . 4 fr.i. ClurlieT-Speacs.- t -t jl I I ...,. ...,. i.. r. it,.7 .tfiiZfiSkim Ma)s.BcJlerfelclm,.inO,.., W5 htSTw 2&M -W-tiusbMe JfpJitM: ' t, r llt 111 dare-devi- t d it - u,u e 111-i- &Jo!A Mtdi.'hlB'iMjjl 'il'..1!'. Wr teJT, gi ?i'-Jsi;,'-- AKiT 'KwiW'TOMo HlMt 40jfewi?i t IW7lli 1 s)&lfl& Al - 11 1 'j '4 Jf-A.- I vv t"i f,u &m.'mz$.r, vl bJFy.TS '" flu-In- dep-irtur- e ona W,Srf-T I 4?V m; :v7t -- - e. '&itBft 1J r:HWWM WKMSt!PwJ'3r!(,. MJU( wi, mi Sim nrvc i.i v tep-plu- 'fiaip' p izzrz'rz:?- .... B's -- 1 I 1 irf. irtC'd r$4 iJ ... 1 I AM 111 ni nmajv.-iuu-ii;ai- m. Vti. J.iQTi;' ,....7; gri..r-ptinlr.it- mg . v with-ininr.- stn-ams- - taree-Kcne- s '."'. "'.' Pltvrt -' 111 I rai-iu- "?i; 1 HKR-HINIS'- i) 1 .i. sfw M. -- sm,i-,i.T.jr-- -. . 'icrli 1 .".. .. 4.'J" l.: . -- .jam .ajajajajajss- id VV" T m Iri .A 1 Vi x . V THK INTERIOR V lhlldrnCi Tke Interior Journal HKLJON M. T TOORNAt STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY," JULY 71914 HAtlKl.r.T Proprietor i j HA if TEAtt HTlllCil.T IN A1IVANOR Mrnnd l( Kntrrttl rMft mill mnr. poriolllrt KUnfrri X "mi NO 'i I lllte Huffaker Writes a Letter Kind Ym Hrt AfvftylJfl ercr 30 year.. In la UM-for ana lmi soaal'HtaStl Allbw.TMlK wltrj-neViw- V -- EsfferlariiU thaMriflu -- All fWiuntivrfalta- - Tin Halt Inn nhii" i . lafrmU ami CRIMrca ExbfMcnea rm ' . ch Im'i been iltrnaluro of ndcr tils per- tiro Its Infnniv. elVO TOttln lllfl. nro but tfer tlio Iii'iiltli or CanlAriA ptirifTf CUIltAHIIl-Ilcltllf- What Is OASTORIA for Gwtnr Oil. barmirfl" Aawf r ej. ust Experiment - .. Ua .. -- K5. .' ItH'jmrfiiJUcuiirtuitro. It s troys Norms und illiiyfi' Fiwii!(hfoji. J'vr iitorp,tJiim,'llilrty istrs it '' s ioil.ni.tfllll'll hAi VeMijlH'&nnKtiiit lllW '. .V. KWtfc-rirA ATJadfCo all. JTclnf TrotiiUcH Ittlll o flbo "'tfterrhka.W It. rrjuil iylnsJt-(l"S- l btmncu tind l.imi , - ...:.:t..rf.' i..i Mi Jural SiCtii. Vrieud. & The , CWklrcJi'a r .. KlllrstrfMp lt--- ptlinf..wjTHlilin.niir IiMiit JfcjT 8ti4nt4. Pnrc- It Is nlentant. It reotlo -- T.V . GENUINE --- fi dj l'6icfro ''ir :... Z. I a TV. --i,. L'i i. Ita- - a ' (3LcMu The Kind You Have Always Boogcl r . L iSSfcS ara tn e Signature of CASTOR 5" " " A " ALWAYS In ilrypcratinn over wli.it app'ar to )C the ccrtninty of the noinitu ion of J. C W. llicklwin for the democratic nomination for the Ioiir Urm Knator !lnp on AiikiiM 1st, the forces' winch ate fiRlitmg htm, clncfl) the li'imr and Conjjrcssni.nl Stnn'.cy, arc now tr.iii(! to niaKe it appear that lleckliani ninsi ho held pcron.ill) res- ponsihtc for all of the sins of omission or commission of the last legislature. Stale" Senator Hue lliiffiifcer, of Louisville, who ns tin.' laiiilnlatc of tile H urn ot iiuor interests for prt.sidint pro lio was defe.ucd -- is llic suiate and 'no siaic srn.liiiR nt . Irttrr all ilictdHni; l"al N,r- - 1'ecl.ham nnist not l.o jumiiMtcd for the United States .cnalc aM"iK the "Senate ua. as it has Ik en tor i mmiliti of )c.u, cnntudled who Sliackcllord sanu, ll.ih Kit-eery office end cv-liavi always !ii.tau:rt for their own pcnonal as 'ar as they could. retfurdlc in.J of the state." Huffaker lie inieie-.- t joes on to in.' further that "it i- - this .mv Kniitf that iirjraiiiteil the lat lcfcis- latnre and is reponsible for its inis- - oir 1. n-- er i j det'N" ' Now it happen !ier of the hil that we were a numI - legislature as well as ., . P . - In THI CtNTAJN COXAWV Use For Over W .Qfl Voarc v m iif'f- iulSfMen' s and young men s cuitc SUllS, Lsr ALL COLORS AND STYLES, NOW BELOW COST. jAlj aMJ All kinds of dresses, dress goods7 waists, rompers, s,uits, odd pants, straw hats of all descriptions, wbjj$ pants, men's, ladies' andhhisses' oxfords now far below copt.' One great money-savin- g sale. Biiy NOW. &;.j ii ' -.'' " sA r" !" . ROBINSON , t i.: &AUR r tiC'AliXperiecnanician v'X .. . . BRING YOUR CAR TO GARAGE a11 VM i,giy. Prices MBnwjHd -' '- 'Xlrffi!Kiir"and (MlfelYfP0? kinds. Vulcanizing. F URN-IS m charge ot re- - reasonable H ED IfecB Garage l-Roo- Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY ls&H erbs EDICINES A Sec Jii-'Rltr . rv'r kviimte.'' rlttaivd Bmlmm Ifl' -. . l Oifc-bo- y to tbe Original & of Charlie White. tib Hr baliat, for in treatment dorsed the Biblo. Ex-lin- es m mrrEi ?P!B,-- , 1 , .jv.: UtMlJMWmnw wuJiii CE SOPE, for tho jm j 'I ... j a. - Hu- - the KlJ'.u ijgswf wm iu JUk.yoar'druggist, or write t u WHITE-MOO- N lgfc f - Louisville, Kentucky , tit l u, 9rmmnamtsnr-miF- m -- J- i. VjBirWR' Warf4 'M?W'4 i"i? i T im m TIL: E OPEN wwaa t Vrf i r a vacation e space North I iA ,,lfl fU.V. ',L;GQLF ' 51 ' f J1. f . W . 5JiV ! ' i'fi.2. n-'B-- T ". i M lMf in6 i .TENNIS - i lilt inker, the sudduily irtuous Mr. cr warn, and that we arc a of Mr llicMidin, have lucn foe ears and e.spect to be lor some time, i. fact, we utt hotter tor him each day a. we notice the character oi men and poli- iliciaiis who oppose linn ana tile lluiiKi lor winch he and his triends stand. that "thin same tanti" Huffaker a oii;an-ue- d meaning frunds of Ueckliam, the last legislature and is .espoti- ililv. for its niisdiids.' true ell. let's see about that. It that a majoiit) of the minor itfcials ot I'le lcuiIaturc eU'CtcO 0) liic mem e our- bcra were friends of ilcckham. elvis ottd tor the 'ntn for ptaos who uu,teer were iricuulv to iieckiiani, we could; we also oted for some men who were not triendly to him, wheie we knew ot their superior qualifications Atuong those tumor utficials .f the leyislature to be ilectul was the president pro tern of the senate Huffaker 'was a candidate for this h.'ii r ami was opposed b) Mike Scon of Metcalfe county. The t'fited support of the liquor inttrests v.a stt .n W hind Huffaker for they wanted a man inendly to tiicin in the senate .lu;r when iinKrtant temperance legislation should come iiu. Hutlakei talk-- , iboi'.t Haley. Khea and Shackelford. We did not see the latter nanin! geutle'tun taking any part in that at ill, I i.t the :t two named aid.v! ery m.itir. lally in defealuig Hui'ak-- : with an oi.' and out temperance man ami gave the liquor bhy the worst beating it na in many a year to the jryauiza H.iiy and Ulif.i lion o: a legislature. are fr.Mids if Ileckha-n- , a'td of course, he ihoi.'d be punished and defeated fo bethe state so Mr Huffaker s.i came his friends c unrolled ihe or ga.n.ition of the legislature and licli ed elect a temperance man oxer Huffaker th- tool of the Honor inicp;vs Quite so. Now let's sie how "tlr same gang" as Huffaker calls thcii, vtre responsible for "misdeeds" of the last legislature The organu'itton of the legislature showed that a majority of its members were friends of Mr. Ueckhaoi liut what did that amount to when it came to the consideration and pi.tt,i of bills affecting the state? The o!' tical aspect of the situation hail bim disposed of when the General Assembly chose its officials; that was where the politics was played, if such it could be called. As we stated before, we have long been the personal friend of Mr L'eckham and likewise ot" Mr, Haly and Mr Khea, and knowing' them as we do, we are proud of it, and it is reasonably well known that we are u pretty "hot Ikikhain man." Now we re confident that if these getitlimen had any desirt to prey on legitimate business through UiMslativc enactment of any sort. .! Mr, Huffaker says, tliej would hai taken us somewhat into their conti dence. We believe we may say tlul our relations are such tu.it. nemg a member of the legislatuie as we were. had Mr. Ileckham, or Mr. Haly or Mr UiMtii desired to "put out" any certain legislation or to "kill" any certain legislation, they would have mentioned the matter to u, for we do not helievi that Ileckham had a warmer friend in the last legislature than ourselves or one who would have bctn happier to have done anything he consciintiouslj could as a member, to favor him. Now the fact is that during the entire time we were in Frankfort, Mr. Ileckham. Mr. Hal), Mr. "Khea. or Mr. Shackelford, for that matter, never once sought o influence our vote upon any meas urc that came before the General As- inilily. None of them at any time suggested to us that it might be expedient for political or other purposes to, vote for or anv' against any bill: they did not even talk-- to us about the f'.-Jifi-i- - 3 n m rs irm miw j5r .. . r? wkr RESORTS rroa. t -- I9 Sickness Jk or at v2i2ti 35Sfffem wa tfr ;"i foimulaaloav T7 Mu ol OnilaklonT Or UolliT We traoif rea Natuie'a Una. the Liver tlrlkta, tiieo vie ount or utirlevt until avhe or alclen. Loosen Ilia daimueil-ubit. Keo it '"""'"Ineoleltliue-lrnMayApbU lloot. (fojophyllm.) I'udopbvllla with toe grip Uimi out is callej p a Sn? JlWnal Ml" at Stanford, In the t:.te of Kentucky. at the close of business, June .V), I'M I ' Resources SJjiiU 41 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and tin- .V.7 14 secured IT. S. Bonds to secure cir KXI.UiO KI culation Other liotuls to secure porta! .l.doO (1 savings Bonds, securities, etc, (other 28.-Ui than stocks) 5.4.M --'2 Bank house, fur. .t fix. . Hue from National Banks (not reserve agtnts) 3i'i2? Due from State and Private-bankbankets, Trust and t.; companies, and savings banks Due from approved reserve I8K2S4' aL'.tits M nj Checks and other cash items .Notes ot otlur .National K0m banks l'racllonal paper urreiicy. link .sii ;s els and cents When you feel lay. out of sorts am' Specie S..11.(11 50 good deal in the daytime, yun vawu a r JJ-fn I .(if III can charge it to a torpid liver which notes il has allowed the system to get lull ot ridemption fund wilh I' S treasurer (o per cent ol cir impurities. IIKKItl.NK cures all dis 5.000 00 ctilatioii) nler produceil by an inactive liver. It strengthens that organ, cleanses tin $550.M IOTM bowels and puts the system in goo Liabilities healthy condition. Price 50c Sold lo Shugurs' drug store and Lytic Bros Capital 'toe k paid in .. $100,000 IH lOO.KKI 00 .Surplus fund Lrab Orchard I'ndivided profits, less ex- 500 00 pulses and taxes paid There is much joy at Washington .1,117 7.1 STANFORD, among Democrats because the Wilso.i Ucserved fol tacs ... KENTUCKY. ' National bank notes out. administration closed the fiscal year (X) 'AS..1I0 standing with an income exceeding the ordinary Due to other Nat. banks 4,140 14 expenses by nearly $.W,lKXI,0UI, 'lb. Due to Stale ami private banks 1.0.17 A! i.nd bankers treasury department announced total Individual deposits siibjict to receipts for the year of more than 5711 I 1R1.07J 86 cheek OOO.IKX). This is a million and a lia'l Demand certificates of de .tl.r.77 21 more than .Secretary Mc doo estima'-ed- . posit UX lb Postal savings deposits . Bills parable, including obligations representing THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE 40.IXX) (X money borrowed Wry few women or men seem In $550.W4 .kl 'IOTM cue to Tango or get Dancing K.xercise State of Kentucky, coiintv of Linunless they are assured the freedom from aching feet that Allen's I'oot-l.as- coln, s I, W M. Bright, cashier of the above the antiseptic xmder to be shaken into the shoes, always gives. Since named bank, do solemnly swear that the tendency to hold Dancing parlies the above statement is true to the best UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER has become almost u daily and hourly of my know ledge and belief, W, M Dealers in necessity in every community, the sale IlKlfallT. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me Furniture so the Druggists of Allen's Matting, Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER this drd day of July, 1914, W, W Saunthe report, has reached ture Exchanged (or all Kinds Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. 25c mark Sold rmywhtrc Trial ders. Notary Public Of Stock. I. Hubble, J N Correct ttest -Iate FKFb Addreu Alltn I Olm. STANFORD, KY. V Directors, PHONE 42 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Menefee, J Rochester I.elioy, N Y I pasMgc or iicfrjtint bills and we have heard other member .say the same (Jov. thing. y did once spak to . Ibckham with regard to our presidcn-i..I ,.r,..,rv bill, which n.issed the house, aiid did not get to a vote in the senate, and I e said to us that while he favored such a pleasure, he had been so busy in his law nlficc, during the s'vssion, that he had not kept in dotoiuh with uhal.thc legislature was except in a general way through ing the ncvv'p.ipers. So this rs fie "domination and con trol" of Ihe legislature . the part of friends of Mr Iftekhat.i to which Hull akcr so greatly objec's. lie calls at-- t union in Ins lettir to the "itnurnnce laws, and the otlur more or less f.in.i ical and imcoiistitiitioii.il legislation" ami goes on In say that he was among those who eiuliavond as best they uch objectionable could, to defeat iigishition.'" So wtie i. but our opin ion of what wa ob.iectioii.ihle leglsl.i tiou and the opinion of Senator Huff aker did not always coincide. He says that "mi account of pressure brought by state ollictals and politicians in con trol of IkiiIi branches of th. legislature. our efforts wvi of no avail." Will, those awful "Mule and point- cians" didn't try to bring any pressure on us to vote against the people's in terests. but perhaps some m.iy have considered the senior stu.itor troin the city of Louisville, made of a trule more plastic ui.i'erial than some of us country ft Hows. nd he asserts that it was the friends of Ileckham who sought to tin pernicious "domination and control" over tile member. HiiiTakcr voted against the insurance lull, and so did wi and we :.re j'it ..s much a friend of Heckli.un as llulT.ikir is his enciuv and pirhaps more so. Net it is a well known fact that the man who introduced in the House, this much discussed measure, which HulTaker thinks i s oad, was one of the bitterest uiemies iUckh.iiu has in politics today A mini 'er of Ittckham's warm friends voted for it, but he should not be held auv more responsible for their votes than he should for our vote and the vote of many other of his friends against it. Will Hullaker dare to sav that Heck ham should be eeusiirid and held re sponsible in hi race for the I' S sen ate. because we. and others of his rail warm friiuds votid for a two-ceroad rate law ; bec.iiiso we ottd against every large appropriation de. sigtud to take more money out of ,u. alteadv depleted public treasury , Ik cause we voted for tl.e amended counts nun lull wliit!'. will enable a largi number of counties in Kentucky tn vott out saloons,- - or should he be censured liecaitse we and others of his friend voted against an increase in the lav rate, because we thou ;ht the fartiur-ar- e already paying too much taxes These are some of the things that we and other numbers who happen to Ik frit ml of Mr. It ckli.ipi supported and most of which Mr lluflaktr an eiiemv of Heckham opposed us on. HufTakir's letter ami his insidious charges are well understood bv thost who know him and his connections The whole thing is a Stanley scheme ti attempt to discredit ileckham in an underhanded way and will fail most ig nomir.iously, for the people ot tin i state, as a whole know the history They kiw.v how the last legislature. the liquor and ot'ie predatoiy inter ests, with Mr. Huffaker as their duel spokesman and cliav.pion in tl.e sen ate. were whipped out at almost ever point by men who wire friends of Ileckham not at Ileckham's dictation -but because tin sc m inkers of the t,in ssemhly had sene ci.ough them eral selves to realize the character of th whole fight and siood for what they believed was right in these and other matters, without "domination or con trol" from any man or set of nun And so it is n the senatorial ran today: whipped to a standstill in th liscredited md al rece'it legislature, most kicked out of the state, some the liquor leaders, are making a las desperate stand in an effort to dee-MStanley United Stales Senator and with this letter of lluff.tkci's are rushing to the front, using the sam pliant tool who was their niouthpiici and served them so faithfully and vvel in the General ssemhlr. Tin - in terests escaped state wide prohibition by a hair's breadth iu the re'cent e sion. Let them continue these tactics defeat Ileckham for the United State Senate if they can. and they'll get it time so fast, they'll think lhe were hit by a high power gun. Hats For Men! MEN are getting most as par-ricul- ar 0- - about their HATS as the women the result is we are always on the alert for the NEW THINGS. - The new thing today is the TANGO STRAW, a narrow brim, high crown yacht. We, of course have them and the boys are enjoying them at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 j j ect Panamas are always comfortable, always good, in medium and full shapes at $5.00. .Stetson Hats -- Everybody knows them"; everybody likes them we have them in young men's styles both soft and stiff and the full shape, broad brim soft at $3.50. $4 and would like to show you. $5-W- e H. cr outltnllmal itlrM yvxt uiiMt take Intrrnil Tun U tiai-i- t rpm h tin' J. McROBERTS GOING ON A VACATION? down and Tlirie ale jul loll of llnniti you'll nrrtl for a kppy comfoiulilr vjirtKn trip llrir't a bandy lul lo clink ovrf. You'll ikink of ailiclr, omillnl, Wrilrlkem hrn ynu'rr rraily biintt llie lot in Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ttey cintt Catarrh I a h(.pk1 nnlr to ( rurr It rr3iiil. Ilall'a tly atarrb and ttf llrn ami nullum lie M-utfir. IUU' latartb It Oiri la nt a tjnafk mrtllrlnc jrr m rtUtl t3 I'tikU'la) In tll hi if tlif l n1 eiHititrr fT yiiir rmuiar t tmili-kintMii It I nttnjnti nf (lit im tin.-- 1 ptirlflrr- - intlnit ill ltli th U- -t bl- --l on tli ninntiii urfan, Tfir i rfirt what rw iiiiitilnatlin t the- Inn liiirrttlli'iit iIiiit nnrh wtwiilrrfnt result to cuftotf ratarrh. with !.it U. .lTMCTlONS. Ht f lbt illMa. anil In un tt St'iitl ftr trtltnnlal, t J. t IIKNKY A frt VO.. 111 ! ftiM by trnnltii, rrvr Tuletlo, (, TALCUM POWDER. CONFECTIONARY BATH REQUISITES. DRINKING CUPS SOAP. COMBS. OUTING OOODS. HAIR IIRUSHKS. SHAVING SUPPLIES TOOTH BRUSHES. TOILET WATERS. MAGAZINES. CIGARS. BOOKS FOOT POWDER COLD CREAM. tr!ri TV Takr IIilT Kami It dr ronttlpAtlsfD. It is easy to make your purchases now. just when you want them. Have them hamly HERE IS WHAT The People's Use What YOU WANT Advcr-You Market Plact ave Penny's Drug Store "The'Rvxall Store' to Sdl Kol Ills. ,n s 5 1 Mil' .ale- - will save money VOTU'b your 'lease scttb I. I lu chnol tax ts I logins. 1 re. is b'leclnc motor teething neckl.iee 51 eaeh, retiny' drug store, the Kex.ill More Lodge ring on Main lrert LOST Keturti In this office and receive re 51 1 ward. Dakota Jack's RaW jJ' INDIAN REMEDIES have mad hia name famous all the United State and Canada. ' Compoird of Root a, Herba, OarK and Berrica. For treatment of Human Diaraaea. Puraley'a Indian Hrtbs 45 Dara' Treatment. Dakota Jack'a Co Ixiy Lmlmrnt DAotaJjck'aCnine Soap. l"lice I0c.3bar or V Insure vour oronprlv wiHt Brnnile & Bronilcv. Stanford. Kv. VKKY large crowds are Come and our sale ilaily Robinson's 1100 2Sc 25c .e aHendm moiii -- t DAKOTA JACK The Noithwcttcrn Co buy o ;iNnJ or PURSLEY'3 INDIAN HERBS All on s sue at Shuyars" Oruy Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack'a Home Addreaa: Atbsnta, 1 C. Wcdtlinn presents ai Mueller's elrv storp. . lew- i of insects tli it in n.uii ..r it lung iroiiiitlv .'s iiu ,ir. I should be lioisotiou,. ItXI.I.MvD'.S SNOW I l I Ml-- ' XT counteracts the ioisou is. loth antiseptic and healing Price 25c ?0c and $1 per Iwittlc Sold bv Shugirs Irug store and Lytic Hros I'rali Or j chard. '.ilowed I.t swellings l Slinks - lutes v For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your KeMirt of the Condition ed The Lincoln County National Bank j Light Weight Underwear, Snirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. s- s J. F. Cummins Legal-tende- I BANK WITH AN OLD AND SUCCESS., FUL BANK i J 1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK . i .....; It Is Seeking Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It J. C. M'Clary . J. L. Beazley & Co., I'oot-1'.is- high-wat- f I' -- t ul it , THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY1 J r TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914 v "vf A LIBERAL OFFE Thursday, it.i you need a Suit, Dress or Waist to round out the season, or for early fall, you can buy it at this siore at sale prices a ill have- it altered in our store rKl:l: Ur UrlAKbh. We liave engaged a competent seamstress to do this work, and tor one week, July 16th. we will alter any garment that costs $2 7 to $0.7. The cut prices border on the sensational and then 10 alter free of charge makes it an opportunity that you can't afford to let gat by 'you. If - 3 . THursd July 9th to I i " fcy $9.75 For this price we are perhaps offering you a saving opportunity that we can never offer again. We have too many spring suits and they must go they were reasonable at the regular price, $18 to $35. You can take any or the very best one at only $2.75 & $4.75 We have put all our skirts into two lots and they include blacks, plaids and colors. Lot 1 at $2.75, worth up to $4.50. Lot 2 at $4.75, worth up to $7.50. Our store presents a buy scene these bargain days. Fast color lawns, per yard 3 1 2c "9c Fine Sheer lawns, " Ladies' Low Shoes, worth double the money, per pr. 95c 67c Children's $1.00 Dresses at Children's 50c Dresses at - - 37c Ladies' Percale Dresses, 65c & S9c 14c All colors Ratine, 25c, now Dress Ginghams 10c and 12 -l-- $3.25 & $4.65 wool- M Have the wash and en dresses in 3 lots. Lot No. 1 at $3.25, worth up to $6.50. Lot No. 2 at $4.65, worth some very fine. Cfflffcri Ai these jwftfes weJaME! r ' ..i .fUW. T now 7 l-- 2c Many other articles at cut prices that it will pay you to see. and Wash Waists. Waiiti that are worth doiipii up jto $10.00. out to --clean Lot No. 3 at $9.75, any money. dress in the house, re- these up you can take gardless of former price your choice of Lot No. 1 J " $9.75 PEHSONAI. and SOCIAL J Severance & Son ed the loss of two at A? J $1.65 and Lot No. 2 at $1.95. it riJ9M .v Mil -- ' PARLOR GROVE KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYR There will be no Sund.i) Mh nil htn STOMACH REMECY RESTORED WIFE wliin McOart and Its a dull 1K) -nr 15 tin fsl t ot Mux Lljia I couple or next Mmda) in aicoimt of luldreii s Niidcrvi.n haunt sold a . Tile handsome new two sturs ri vi thru Miss Amtti K iin.iird at l,nm aster. 1'hn ..ld a livt p.issmt;-i- r Dav scrvins at kitty's Mountain ilinee .if tlu mi reliant Mr J. V Nhi'Ii Miss esta Mills' spent MHnkn Mrs. W. H. Clarke is Relieved After cretions and remove polsonnus'matter. Dr J II I'uKiii. .tn.l In Hill wire car to J I. MiKu Rilfr. of Hus ailments of the stomach, hvVr and. bow- n UichtiHind axi'inii is marine mm Hnl, Years of Digestive Disorders ti.imlle, and atiotlur i.t ills same kind iukIu with her cousins. Missis I ula It brings swift rilief to sufferers .front in t.uiiiiille )' It ts tin- siippiiitton of atl that t. U M Mnl.ii . ol MolMimei, last and I'lossit plitioii addle els. Many declare U lias. sacd,tl)eiri- - "'' James Cubb ol Kn huioiiil. was here Mr Ninth will not riiiuni' a liinul ii W rtW. Morgan and Willie lva troin dangerous operations 2ml nanjj.r Missrs. tint wfik. Mrs. W. II Clarke of Central Cit), arc sun it has saved their live) V. Svveitie). of Wajtioslitirg. and Misses ih.u it much longer. of Miu Hi fir Hilt ti the w( MiK Ilecause of tlie'TeniarLahlc siiccess Klortnce Wall .mil label llogue. ol Kv for mail) vears suffered from 'jf Dr. and Mrs Charles imiuer, (' I', udcrsoti. the eiHieretc coii'rai iftjiUldrX Will urn at rtichmunil Miiidav of the stomach She true! mail) so benmed) there are mail) M.VYK'S Pmnkfun I'leasitnt I'omt. attimled I'omroy, are rucmiif, hearty loiiKratu-latHni- s cautious. He sure it's is at Stanlnrd jK'am and is read ns... .,.., ii ,MH ivriire miw. Mr I'r.ink mitli ami m I'r.uik. ui School lure Simda) treatments with but little encourage- do to l'cnii)'s Dru Store antl ,asjc since a liainNome little son, has to do an kind ol concrete work lr. m U tlic KiieM of Iwr KraHatiKrthtr, Mr. ' Alnville. .in the Kiuits ol hir iUukIi- has bTtTrT intend their home Dr limner ha 'ituttltiz down ;t eistiru to imttiim !'. a Mr. Tliscoe Mills, who is emploved ment Clarke induced cr to try Majr's about the wonderful results it H.'MayrV Mr. accomplishing or send to Oco. .NfVtH Mattic Kijiwldv iur, Mr, J not jet .Icctdid wlKther he will luw k,,,,. jft. maU, a .pccialty of wat in the signal deiiartment of tin Q Wonderful Moniach Kcmedv She got Mrg., Chemist. WhitingStreet. J V ItcutW). of l.an- - j .trs. 1. I) K.uu .itul'ililk.Mr. ant .Mr is at home on a wnk's vaca- relief right awa). Then he irote " his sou to choose luitistr as a Chicago, 111. forrcc book on st&mach trwighs tor farmers. jKircl.i .. l. I., of Mr Will l.tia &k. arc tlw Kticut of Mrv J. V. the "'I he medicine has done my wite a caller, tion. and many grateful fetters from fcsioii. etc. phone him. ' I ' Ha) Sitntta). i William), .it "I'linluirsr thrm null- -. u. .1 SI....I, Mrs. Mina Davis and Mrs Minnie world of good, and I feel that it, will people who have bien restored. "Any l II M III Vll.lllll .1 II IWIV, IIIt IMVIIIIH.II.I, Ha rcttirncil WCjt , j,tanfnnl cure her. I intend to keep on until she druggist can tell'ou its wonderful Miss Uiliii' I ml. J I'urkii. of Heri.i. came Thursdav to M Staiightoti. of CoviULitoii. and is completely cured, as vou have been .Mr ami .Mrs Kit sn)lor, of ! L. :i'c lioiiii" after afiMt lit' Ml. Mile Van- the funeral of their brother. Wal- doing liarnian ami Mi-- s Jam- Caiman Lewis l.'indram, of Danville, were heio one has htr more good than ti at Ijiiioartcrjl' luc rvtiiriml from MarroMlHinc, aflir for the ImiiiIsoiiii' rcicptioii Vedni' lav f)ak, Tulaski countv, were here Moti-d- lace Waddle, ri turning home Suiid.i) ever c'onc her, and she has alij. silffer-in- g been Durham Cannon .Mary llwkfr. of Kansas Cm. aiimiliiiK tin- Innal of their fatlu r. W. en route home from .MeKume). Mi Wallace Waddle. s((n of John and with htr stomach for vears. 1 am Kivtn bj their sistir, .Mr. II ("l.i Woodson Cannon imLMiss Maggie father, J. S. g Carman. i where tin-- ) had been to sie Mr Sn (iiornianna Waddle died Wtdnesdav .Jail I was told of vour reined)."' tlw Kiiwt of litr Mjn Sutton. "hy iicrs Durham, a popular coupicVof Mcxin- Letter- - likt that are llncker. Mrs. Mary C Jamc ami Miss Irene .Mr. Arthur Joseph and attractive loi's sistir, Mrs I'red doocli, who is ami was burnt! Thursdav aftirnoon at of Mavr's Wonderful written Stomach rime, nc), were married on, tlie'3kurtli of ,u- Mi Cirove, aflir servtcts JnlmN.n is spending scv- - Kitby. of HarrodsburR. arc spindinR th. dv in all parts of the countr) It proves .tinic at I'arlor i)r;(ie i,,.e r.iriu,i from thrir 1me Jul) at the home ot Kev J T. Qiastecn, rral werk at the Kinfi Hotel at Crab ,Ceral weeks at the Crab Orchard ,rilnl tour ami arc being welcomed by! licurch. Dccia.cd was twent)-tiv- e its mint with the first dose no long near luniersvilM'- - 1 ills couple nave i Orchard Springs. Col. J. V. t'haiuller continues quite )iars obi and had bull an invalid tor Ia l:Mt 0 friends manyrfriends J Mavr's Wutid' rfut Stomach Kernel) the best wiNbeTfrf-'Jhen! Mrs. Smith l'ernn ami rhililrm (,.,)C lackey, of St. Louis, who came The reival being lulil by lcv. C. C. ill f heart trouble at his home neir vears He leaves fatlur, niother. lour clears the dig , "A stive tract of mucoid ac for a liappjumTjri. .Mo., arr nwsts ol Mr latm'r. , Mciirn, lirown, of l.ouisxille. assistiti by K.v.l Cedar Creek. Ins many frictnU regnt sisters and five brothe'ri to mourn his . Jt ! JTid(e .,1(,,H tK l.nrial s K. HiiHchman and family m'ar llu- - went to Cral MomU to be J. KiKkwell buiitli. pastor of the know. He will be greatl) missed .1 loss. The familv has the sjnipath) nl J. to Inlurd. linntllr. the truest of his fatlu r. O A l.aikey castir I'u shut nan ilinrcli. coiitimn Jhc t not able to get to town uct M m. all who know them Mr. aixl Mr. Harry JaoUi. Dr J. .Mitsck Minnie and Dora htraub and wi:h imicli iniiri. t. dav, court da) Kit Cannon of Kng's Mountain C Ikirkur. of HuMimvillv and Mrs. .Misses Marxaut Dansiai and Mamie Mrs HiikIi lleiiiplnll, of Xuh.ila-ul'filled the pulpit bin Suinlav, as Kit I Hird liavis ibis witk for CleveIllhn Cffrv. of MeKmney, Mtotontl to C Straub were at Crab Onhard bun i was with Mr. and Mrs. W land. ().. having bien invited there to Wright is tuuagtd in a rtviv.il unit Somirset Mantbt) day. nold for a hurt visit attend tin annual ImuiuU, given bv ilu mg at llivdil.n'd Mis Mr. C. Has I'.ntir ami little ihiimVi-tithe baby daughter ol tiolihe Minnie Kupln. who laimbt at Mrs lirunes 'lirrell gave an injov Kiehmiu Hros, Clothiim Co, whom Ik . Mr and Mrs Mintir Hell, is sick Jane .Miirrill and .Mi I.)l Cooti- - St Hgustme. b'la.. and Miss Stella 'aide lucnic at DriiM'mi: SiiriiiKs Tlittr ripn-sintsMr and Mrs. Willie Sow tiers, ot ir, lltive ritiirmil Imme after a iit tn Kunif). who taiitibt at .Murgaiiioii, .V .day, the guest of lio'ior being her vii Judue W K. Cress, retuinid home .NiKkols at l'me-r- . Dr. ami Mrs () Highland, wire Simda) School visitors .re at h,Hne with ihnr tiarents. Mr tor, Mrs. Mouroi Mason, of New Kicii- - the laltir part of last wnk fiom ville. ami Mrs II C Kuple) for the sum- iiiond, Iml. Conn at J.uiifstonn and M Sunday. Mrs Mnrv Mraiib. Mrs K. I. Davi- uier. uy Miss Melissa I'adgetl has riturned S II. I'ollitt has just closid a bant, iml his been verv sick sinci uis S son and sons. K'olirrt ami (jeorxe. spent 1 home from Ft. Wa)tie, Iml. 11 cissful revival at Lawson's Chapil ritiirn. Mrs M Haugh, ntui.'ed to I yournocKci-noo- K Monday at Crab Orchard with Mr. Mr and Mrs Tom Kills were bust, I.ANCASTER M L. Latiitr, M-and lur home at lliMimulle. Moiida) altir Caiuer I'rof III M.ss May 1'i.irnes llrowning, of l.e IVlir Straub, of Somerset, who l childrui ate in I'rospect, Turn, for a a two ivuks' viit to her mother, Mrs iiess visitors in Stanford Tutsday spciiditiK a few dajs thirr iiiKton, was the guest tor several davs stav of two mouths. Win Trimble ami familv. ot Mr Mr Haugh, eloid his J Siimpsou. III iiism C IJ. t'oliman. the biu co.ll operator, of her cousin. Miss l'atsv ndirson . Miss Via Ku-l- i l.'lt this will, for a mtetiug at Hiinisiilc Stiudav. Monti- - King's Mountain, attended the tiiuiral Hell iiwult). A sines ol minimis will biyin at. coin e at ( haiitauiua New York. came down I'om (ru). of Wallace Wad lie. i cello Uulloois. Uni- -. ) Wcdiuiiila) to nttend the most attrac- - New Xu'ioch ebiirch Tuesdav, July "th. Mr and Mrs Carl Vadgett and M l.ackev Was hostess Mrs b bis (lauclitiV. Miss ho muting will be conducted b) Kov. lulv 1th to the niimbirs of the V ni. ihiblrin and a few oilier neighbors sirt) Kivtn servesKhis- A1N Mrs Will Mahati. ut Laucasitr, en spent one eviuing last wnk with Mr Mlsie Cobinati. Wain n and Warren, of Lexington jm.ri's Llub Damn flags sealul the st 'I lie I.auiaster struts are being oil Mrs J t Harris ami daugl.ter. Sliss and res- - tirlamul at her home on Campbell and Mrs Harl Kuld. invitation thai was ream "' Mr and Mrs Wcslev Suns entertain are visiting in ordir to la) the dust that has accu jihiii.IuI to In tin club numbers I he I Mr,l- - 'I1'"1" ' of Stanford, : Joeih.ne. " lior paiuits. Uev and Mrs Cruistead. uulatcd bouse and KruiiiiiU were ,irtttu in il honor ol .Misses iir.ui ami I'ora Moiit id Mr and Mrs M II llaker. Mr ill Ss .4 I'rof J. It Smith. Mrs. Smith anil 0. llrM.-- alteinlid the ftttiir.il of Jmlgf The cakes were Ice cream and otlnr lefrislmieuii- were John Waddle and faiml) and Mr and ial decorations S500 is the Atke of the Fordrun-- . ft. HriH-- allemliil the ftieral of JimIr.- ,uU f.hi. of llaiuptoii Sidiii) Colkg.-- . j mMv iij L.uki) and lur art in sirvnl and ivirvtlmiis' was done th 'Mrs Will Kevuolds. of Wa.vucsluirg, III could have pnssddv In in done to ui.'e last Mitid.i). abput. Loudon Alcorn at Stanford. Ined.i) car is $550,7o.b? iigima an guests of New J Kosk-- j haking is so well istablislud that j Detroit, complete with equipment. '" ,,u'1 nt hive a kihhI iiiiu l'liose Mr timer, the agid father of Mrs i well Smith ami Mrs .Smith lilio. could assuu tbntisiUes of their damn i trace ami IJirt I sau Moore, dtid siiddinl) Get catalog and parMtularsTfrora, Mis I'ats) Nuibrsnii was Itoslcus on iniss togither Willi lb lets that wiie prism win last Mus Luev Lee Walton was the Mont, iinn 1'iarl i nittbiiibl. Lull u1 I and lniris.il Mmda) at tin, W.i) unest of Mrs Jcfleron Stone last last nk to meit her attractive )oung strvid Ii- 'Dive M.irrts Marv lohusnii I'tsliurg lemittry weik, lunula" come from Stan lord to at- - guest. Miss Ma) Haines llroiia uli. of Plxflr,ADT7- oc AKlKnnoAxttv llrinii'iu u nil v it u Mali. in night Miss Sal l.i suwl.'ii The v.ird was aglow wiHi Mrs Morgan iiitertamed with a dm THE SECRET OK SUCCESS ii tuiil the dance v Genuine Merit Required to Win The lie Woods, ol I'aiut Lick, was the Japanese lanterns ami with the for Lincoln and nir part) Sunday 'I hose present were -f People's Confidence Misses Klorence Wall and Kthel llnuue seats the hours steuud short ti guest of Mi . ilia Kiic fur the datne stopped to reason whv Have v.iu ivir light I'viupli the assemblid guests. Most delicious ol Pleasant I'.uiii. Mn Willie Svvten-eat Masoiiis HELPLESS AS BABY it is that so maiiv products that ar. is. ami Mr. uud Mrs. Leetuan Mnglc-to- ii nes ami cakes were nrved. Richmond C lia -all at once drop titisivelv .uUtrti-t.i- l. In the evtuiug a of Wa)iit'sburg Ivobmsou Cook itilitl.tiiicil the - '. s Is s.T H'S irovvd of vomig piople gathered in an-- ' sit at his home on the Danville out of sight and are soon forgot, u -- St Mm he reason is plain the article do. mi Down in Mind Unable to Work, spent the time in singing. CashforAccountsandNotes pike g)psy camp with Miss Kdu.t s - -- ; . maiK fulfil the promises of the manufactili' rutin In) ami Cltiini of Kavauaiigh, as the fortune tiller. Accounli iml Noln Mr. Smith, of High Bridge spiiit Itindi loolnl llrin)linrin die Unilrd i . and What Helped Her. from Satin da) u.it i! Tuesdav with Iim tin occasion .inte laughable for i 'Ibid applies more paitieularlv SltlM. Alixtiliitrly N('liiiriitH medicine pnparatiou tint .mug sit Krappc was sirveil bv midii-iiiparents am! children. i In niltilr Oui tyilrni x .tihas rial curative values almost siil moved their Missis ue Shelbv Mason, Nauc Surbor Jlros, jrli lh monty, A tn.l will contime )iu. itsill, as like an tmllcss ihaiii svsieni Wiilr tmliy Summit Point. V. Va. Mis. Anna ll.nV tflrirniH from the saw null ami be out ki I I dm and Martha Kavauaiigh. of this place, says: "I sufMAY'S COLLLCIION ACXS'CI thtresiimg for two months Messrs dcorge darner and it'tbert the reiuidv is recommended bv .Im. Belli! knicy, years Somrrtrl, Ky, with an awful pain in for '" I iiriisidc. two (i.irr.ird farmers, siiffir who hive bt'til bitufitid, to those who fered right In Three little Carnette bovs from beOpposite Court House from womanly side, caused my are in mid of it. I low Wavneslmrg, spent Sunday with trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with-osuccess. I suffered so very much, the McCoy family prominent druggist sa)s "Take f i a ;!i.it I became down in mind, and as helpiN.imple. Dr Kilmer's hvvatup-Ui-I was in Ihc worst kind less as a pnparatiou I nave solii tor main via s of shape. baby. unable to do any work. Was Mrs Heine Harnett is the (jniestw-I never hesitate commend for m to ri in I began taking Cardui, lite woman's her brother, van I )ons, vvhd Ijm' ' . . lifost iverv case it hovvs ecellint ri Ionic, and got relief from the verv first been on the ick list at nis nam- : xT--Bi suits as mail) of mv customers testitv. dose. My the time I had taken l2 botNo other knlniv remed) that I know of tles, my health was completely restored, llustonville I am now IS years years old, out tcel as has si large a sale." im Am good as I did when only lG. ccordmg to sworn statenuuts and Cardui certainly saved me from losing vho my mind, ard I feel it my duty to speak tistimou) of thousands With erch paid admission at thej in its favor. I wish I had some power hive ued the priparutiou, the siic-isover poor, suffering women, and could i f Dr Kilmer's Svvainp-Uoo- t is due to make llieiu know the good it would do the fact that it fulfills almost ive.t them." A New WICKLESS OIL COOK STOVE wish in overc Mi'iug kidnc), liver and If you suffer front any of the ailments A Post Card Picture of Anybody Can Wtfrk. Ibladihr disci sis, corrects urinary rm peculiar to women, it will certainly be EYE You Never Heard of An Accident frew this (liles ami luuli.iliics the uric acid ivhtcll worth your while to give Cardui a trial. GOOD FOR THE EYtS-A- NO IYS ONLY It has been helping weak women fot causes rheiimai on. Stove. Look the records and you will more than 50 years, and will help you, TOI'K KVKN mt living Irnsra. II You may ncuve a sample bottle of too. wrnk, Ului.Imulrttliird ur eiiujtlnl, oil stove accidents have been from the wick sieves. yrl nunrly liny rnu Don't Miss thejSecond Reel of This Series Swamp-Roo- t by 1'arceU I'ost. Address Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it. rorrrrliHl mail rlinrnl, brlulileueil, Ibv rlraualuK, TRY ONE. rv.luilKurnletl hy Dr Kilmer & Co., Ilinglijinton, N. Y, FIRST SHOW, 7:15 Il'rin TONIGHT klrriiKltirnlnir pruprrlMChttr.ccr Mcd'cine Co , Ladlet Admoiy Df U . Crtutnccs oiM 3e. lor Snam Tnn, and tuclnse ten cents, also mtution liu oi I.AUI.K :if: book. Homi Ikitnntitmt on vcur cm r.d i4 Iiitw fKUtKN It. Journal, Stanford Inte-ioNC. ISi r .lutirtnllcr Vlctrtr, ,r iltin altiable mari animal was worth something our l.it I McCl.irj was in llrixllu.nl on M nulla) on tiusiinss Mr irfiixi.t (iivm, of HarroilslmrK is tin kiihI of Mrs l.ui) Millir ll.irt Icj. Mr J. M Uirtir, an. I ilatiijliur, Mis Moriuce liavint; Imii snMitli'in iUs .it l)ripniiK hirmns. Mint I'.lu.ilHlh IIiiiiii tin Ktu-- t of Iht mil, lr II C l.iOimjitt, of ir HEARD ABOUT fc TOWN vik C i "SI T - f rs s -- t. .U 1 ft ,9W - 154-15- 6 i iirr 'ii.ni-iiKiit- .il-l- p Crm, Wi - - i ,,, t -- c. 1 r. r - s. u 1j1 i ! tie 1 """'' i'l'I" - wlioobeys the yoiceetjon'omy invests his dollars irYohe versal car. ' knpwit every purpose Best .and cost. liuyyouiyS today.' at-lowe- would rcconuncrid the Foi'fc. The iii could Uk - "" r 1 1 1 " j , i .A H - .ts thtouring H - kh . M ) v n? '- 111 OtienCountiw'. v. 1 'V -'- -N 'tI2L .rr'i tt;;'j fywj i- 1 ' 11 I'n-Iru- e h.-.- en-g'- T. D. Newlarid's f Go To i I iM ut it FreeTonight OPERA HOUSE Norma Phillips, "The Mutual Girl" I i For Refrigerators, Water Cooler, Window Screens and Screen Doors. I J. .V"jfc s Oil Cook Stoves at LAGLE SALVE that fta) that y f r i (t inr T ii nali - W. H. Hig'gins I . '"'! t THE. r , JOVRITAi. n- '. v f '' v i' t i -- ja t7l JULY 7, V)M rtTMO MM TOID. JCEWTUCKY. TUESDAY, SRK It Owd frrm l iw A llMllkt My M i GOV. M'CREARY HHHVffyVst-r- Ctim TO SPEAK HERE COURT DAY "rtFWM . M4f tli fivi r pimplti Am ir-- J IdluatiOiic DraKe 6.. .1 r Arrft jHlehory-Clcato-) -- ftplerdldesl IttubBarvfacf&ble Iron Welded Iwfth Electricity I pressed only I Levcrl iiM?rr f? . I? vV Cfr vi . o4 kfM thnt 4n CIMniXrltkr nNnm aiuwhrp,Iimiidh kfI. in. Mm I Antiseptic Salve ft. rutvi fallow, Ur hsr4 t4 II Itnun .! &t hit vi t T A KXL0 flxi 5 i JbHb ' 'ijjjjjm'' l tuoiicaie 1 1 T 1 !, T.ilrutt 9V hBrTkl Lit ft? m fn Ah l HKALlNO. for It m T A f Having decided to go West, I will sell on my premises about one mile west of Junction City, on Bolster StaKas Hickory-Iron i HHHB r liu weather continues dry and hot with no propvet of rain, which is to Iron bonds top&botton ln.nll) iKnled. iraidla Pressure riveted tfimand thru I Mr jud Mrs, yilliam douce and . iLlrt.il Aiuanda were wsitmu Mrs HHHHW. V..'" IMollc&ble fronf Houn Bb 0&1 Mobs I (ill lluiid (Mate braces front -- gear and Keeps In line Mr b Iluike ha K'e to LcmiikIod dearie ir&cK room v 51eevel t T" r Lantf npeiid several (la)i with ulatln" Light DrafthhhhhhhhhhW r ,is,d Mrs Tart I'roitor, of t)t hhhh. I Ltfht TunTnna rBoltom HLLm taw.i, have rctiirmd home after a mil hhLhLLHhIB& )aK felloe? riveted ee I Reinforced ever inifh Grade Hickory i Ilrowu tluir ilaiiKhler, Mrs. J. ode or oooKe l MKc9 M&cMne anven n. "ScKjM SST7 bolslcra Si right dish Mr- - Jas .Naw and Krann dauKlitcr, Ni Je..-'- ' N.ut wire Msitiut! rcla-H- i is at .St. i ..ord Miss Lt'i bitikhorulias been the " ti'est of Misis M.iKKie and Mur Llarkson Mr Albert Crabtnc. of MulillrsUiro, KENTUCKY HUSTONVILLE, is MsitutK relatives here. 5 Itovin was iitiiin his daughter I.Mr. Lews Nave. inc m ctu i at Junction Lit) conducted by Kt CiKik, of Danville, clo FARM AND STOCK NEWS JAMES B. M'CREARY. ad ul the pitt weik with twciil)-fou- r who is a candidate for the Democratic S M K 50 barrels of corn 11 ditions to the church. Mr Williai 54 tf. Clarkson dipirtcd this nomination for I S bcnator, will ad d l.utis, TurnersMlIc, Ky, FOR bALL bull blojded blirop. life Jtilv 1. a.ier suffering o bnv: from driss tnc people of Lincoln county at afternoon, . sliire bucks, N J. Cone, Murcliuid, that dread disrate tuberculosis. His re- the Court House, Motula) 4 main wow laid to ret in the Junction Uth Court Day He will re pleased to U tn meet all who will honor him with their FOU SALE. 78 acres, near Crab Citv cemetei-- ' Sunday afternoon 52 Jt Orchard, and mar Ottcnlutm pike, by awiit tbc tiMirrcction morn. We ex- presence. f V. 11 MuelUr. tend our drt pest Mnip.itln to the be 12 mules. It) renved oncSj " " " FOR SAl-l- . WEST END NEWS of tl.eni inarcs. 11 C U.iinjhuun, Stan-lorMiss F.thel Wriijht was the nueil ol Miss Flla Harnett nave a Jiuiic in Mitsts Luna and Jalir Itrowit honor ol Mr. Molir and Mr. .t'iet, of Xcar a viIIjbc FA KM WAN'ir.ll Several from here .ire attending llit Louis, illc. at Harris Crc:k Sunda) and a Soutlicrii camp incetiiiK at Mt. Xenia with itood cIkm)1 riicre were aliout tliMv present Metliodtt church. The place inns. In Deof Ludlow to rii)o) the bounteous lunch .'Lived b Mr George Frederick, with plentx of wat in this vtcuntv calling on Ins be I the )uiiiig ladies ot the crowd r''e joli) healthful, beautiful, fruit, water and pasture. State kind of sirl. party then drove back to Hustonvillc AiL.iL , yiais, distance from town and impleSome of cur younu folks attended the where dancing as iiululKed i'l until The morals of the community , Chatil.iuitia at Danville Saturday ntylii mar itndnit;lit by most of th: 1. ty ments must be at par, with neither saloon nor Miss Laura dillilaud was the i"ic Miss Ama llarkcr Kavc a luy ride blind tier. Will pa) cash Addrc I. of Miss Mary Vaught. the evening oi the 4lh in luuor cl Mus "THERE IS A REASON." O. llo 27, Gratz, Owm Co., K. Harnett's visitors. There were m.lc couship- James Tow ell, of Hustonvillc Causes of Stomach Trouble All ii'jviJ ever) ples in the partv tped a d of old sheep, winch lie Scdentar.v habits, lack of out of door moment of the ride from st.ut t fin paid ?2.50 per livad and four eal caUis. cveicisc, intutneient mastieation of ish, ciepi one unfortiuiate nil g i. C. Arnold bought of Will Logan, food, cousttpattoii. a torpid lit t r, worr) at- vvlwj sal on a t.v k v.iir hoj;s at seven and aiiMctv, overheatniB, partakinc of ,.,11ii,u. ... ...i ,, i.P .iir .i Ho n jw nine head of and a half cents per pound food ami drink not suited to )oiir age takes his meals standing at the Weatn- our habits Correct Hurch Hester, a prominent fanner and occupation. J3ANK STOCK FOR SALE SADDLE HORSE BREEDERS TO,, and take Clnmbcrlam's Tablets anil vou .'Lrd Hotel. out on Lancaster pike, sold to K C. Mr Harry Ni.il, wine his miti visit twill soon be well again For sale hv all If not sold privately before that date. local tock dealir, sin lion- - aer-aBin- ; Icalcrs. ral ".WiMnvill Jair Saddle Colt, Futurity mjshis iarenl Mr and Mrs J ( I wil' iffer tor sale on 147 pounds at )fii per lumdrcil eluimd to Dade City. Fla, Sunday jj4p ' of 1914 tlU' art reentered Monday, July 13, 1914 JihIkc 1. 11. Thiiruian, of SpnuKt'.'lJ, Must Mark Unused Ballots Harry's viit was cut short m .count orfeliB'llVfj? register in Saddle Horse at I o'clock I M , in front of the court has sold to ' One of the provisions in the new rlev of one of the clerks taking ill a the J. M. Howell, of (jre.ns- hiv'st dxir at Stanford, three shares I elding This stake will be contended for at of stock in the Lincoln County Xational burg K., his saddle stallion Fastc liuti law is that all ballots hiiiimiI in (riffnt Drug Co, where ! t the Danvill K., Fair, August 5; 6 Hank and nine shares of stock in the Chief CIS.). any election instead of being burned as down a resp msiMc positi i.i. ' JW. T 1111 Fourth Xational Hank, of Columbus,' ;,aln XwahKii of near Daves' Store, former)), must be marked 'b) the elecMr. J K Haiighmau bail two mule r Condition No. 1. OnJuIv 15th the ua. i ne siock will lie soiu coif, name in blocks of three shares each. W. M. sold a bunch of hogs to (j D. Iioone, tion officers mth a stamp of a cirtain barns to bum Friday morning Children .coIoriimarkincs itid cx. of Route 4, at seven cents ier sire and rstr.rntd to t'lo clerk playing in the barn set it on fu One '! df sire,, and -- dam, must aecomiianv the Bright, admr., of Mrs. U C. McKmney, ol 53-'' first narrneotfol $3. Stanford pound. in each count; with the stubs of the thoroughbred short horn calf w is burno t..i.. xui. J' A- Thompson of Lebanon, ha, a ballot look bach ballot must be mark- ed WF. arc uMditionalieu.. of $2 must be naid to Dtering nrw handling the well known tomato on his Whe-a- t vines that measures 13 ed b) the word "unused" that remains threshing is going on si vv on Implements. We have ;.t)rtrStcrt4rjr of the Association, which anything Farm repairs from to a mowing niches in circumference, said to be th? after an election While this will account of not being enough lliiCshcrs derived from jiomina- - machine to a threshing macnine com- - , argC!, cver sttn , tiwl action at tin: a litlle more work on the part of ni this section. , ., J3 win ixr plctc. Also binder twine. Call on us .. ,ioais in mis sraK the election oificrs th:.n under the old 'Hie dance was well attended at Al before you buy. C H. Carter and Son. unit; ui inc jvdi. w imc aociaiiou win oe A. V. Carpenter and son. Turner, of u,i, it will prcvcii; a great deal ol' corn's opera house Friday evening th-bttween four best foals: I s i i elections. neai Mortland have threslud their There will be another on Tuesday and eit tojhr first ,,25 Jicr cent to 5 jjcreni tq third and 10 croji of twelve hundred bushels of wheat Friday evenings of this week-Mr-. 'cenlfto toitrtH.JiL.tulL without dis. which they sold to tue Liberty null at Report of Condition of The Hudson Itohon. of Kidd's Store Cent ;,? HiTC RIGHT, Sec'y J80 cents a bushel, delivered at More-- i has been a little under the vveataer for FIRST NATIONAL BANK land. ;: the past week with malarial fever Stanford, in the state John Owsley Rcid, out on the Dan- at tin: close of business, of Keutuek), Miss Is.i Floyd is on the sick list $1,000 to $200,000 3U, 1"14. June ville pike, sold to K. C. Arnold, four at this week, nothing serious however. II Costi You Nothing Let ui Explain. Resources 300 pound hogs at six and a half cents $192,923 43 Loins and discounts Save You Money ReHirt of the- - Condition of the per pound. Mr. Arnold also liought a Overdrafts, securid and un2,018 17 BANK OF MORELAND pound heifer f Hubert Huffman at secured (HI Hr SON I . S. ImiihIs to secure cir,. 11 six and a half ccwti per ouud. doing business at the town of More-lanM WWII . Br'. r 50,000 00 culation Hugh counts of Lincoln, State of Kentucky V ' i' "Chap5id-n- d Short Sli. Ij working McElwam, of forRichmond,Rog-is lionds, securities etc, (other 'lay X. W. t.vo geldings 2,J't3 Ou at the cloc of business on 20th than stocks) Kentucky of June. 1"14 ers, of Paint Lick. One is a 5 yeir Stock in Federal reserve j:.-- .: Kesources old three gaited gelding by Rex t.,798 50 bank 29,807 13 2.fl5 22 Loans and discouits .. the other a three tear old chcit-n- Other real estate owned Overdrafts, secured and Due from Xat. banks (not five gaited gelding that is said to 1,014 53 secured 1,514 55 reserve agents) 3.984 57 be a dandv. Due from banks ... Due from approved reserve 1.327 35 Cash on hand Judge I, 11 Ihtirmau, of Springfield, 11.28fi 88 agent " . BBf Ar i?l . . .1.350 00 "! Jf .. t Bv f " rrfi ? -j has recently sold to R. C Tompkins, oi Clucks and other cash items.... II 00 Hank hoii'C fur. tv fix 1,320 (X) Minden, La, the seven viar old saddle Xotes of other Xat. banks 58 TOTAI ....:. ... bred mare, Licv Gra) The pn:e Fractional paper currency, Capital stock paid in. 1.2 13 nicktls ami cents J15.0fX) W in cah was not ivortid. Luc) Gray is by Specie 1,350 (X) $9,447 30 Surplus fund Highland Denmark 730, a son of litacic Legal-tendI'ndivuUd profits, less Squirrel 58. Her dam is a daugh it of 2.003 IX) 11,450 30 375 30 notes t'Xpinscs and taxes paid. Redemption fund with U. S. Dave Akin, Jr. a.ytt'X-r- yi Deposits stlbjict to cheek . .20.758 M 2,(KXI (X) Trcas (5 ptr cent of circu. C. E. Tate has just completer a numHills payable 2,500 00 lation) ber of very convenient pins for his $39,483 58 Duroc-Jerse- y hogs in his grove near .$285,538 18 TOT.M Sfite of Kentucky eotinty of Lincoln the top of cemetery hill on the Huston-Mil- e Liabilities Set $50,(XX) (XI pike. Mr. Tate is making a spec-ial- t) Capital stock paid in . We. H H. King and Chas Surplus fund ...2SUXi 00 president and casluir of the s of the and has the above named bank, do solemnly swear finest blood he li.ts been sble to ob Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 1866 87 that the above statement is true to the tain. He recently cold four blooded t of our knowledge and belief. 123 81 Reserve for taxes gilts to W. II., Majnard, on the 11 It KIN'G. President. Xat. bank notes outstanding 4P..5HO IX) BflBg'ji pike, at $IO-- nt weaning time. Dm LllAS. UILHOII1-.- . I ashler to other Xat. banks .. ,.1,108.15 " '" H .Bh i,M. J. Karris, of Danville, engaged Individual deposits Subscribed and sworn to before me subject to ' My coin- this 3rd dav of July 1914. (L 'his crop of wheat some time ago at 35 -- k iKr SbBBBBw WA" check ... $1 20.589 15 mission expires January 2S, 1918. G. cents per bushel. He is possibl) the Demand certificates of deJBBBV . H. I'ruitt, Xotary Public most e.xtensiTC wheat grower in Uoylt 7,(XX) (XI posit county. .His ciop tins jear aggregated Time certificates of deposit payCRAB ORCHARD R. R. 1. ' We. arc having some dry weather and about 1(),500 bushels. At 85 ccnii. Mr able after 30 da)s or alter notice of 30 dajs or longer ...4,500 00 it is hurting com crops very nur'i. Fairis realizes about $9,00(1 to be t. .: $8,25, C P Ctcil. Sr also of Hills payable, including obligadanleiis are a failure. tions representing money borHojle, has delivend Ins wheat crop The speaking at Hood Hope in tlic whtn you build con. H rowed 21.000 00 II. BtxVftv BW last week The tiualitv was snlendid Fourth was tine and a large crn.sd BV crete tilo vou have but one ntuuit Bl V Mid you py thtt bnl on lime; but $285.538 18 picseut. vAVBBBvl A good mans aii'J his crop of 200 acres averaged .V) were Casey TOTI "ftS ii you buita oi wood you ie never State of Kenttickv rotinty of Lin untidy folks. bushels. Mr Cecil had sold it at 80 coln, ss : BJ .kV througk with expiue: liyle ' cents per bushel, ?4,WX). Mr llerbu't Wheeldon and his sincr, .'Bw And there u bill very iitrt. H iMmTm I, II. C Hatighman, cashier of the ' 'VtV'fllK above named bank, do solemnly swear Lola, Onia Siuglitou and brother B tDce I'etwee" the coil o( coactete jH ,BV lilo and one made of wood. .YOU iH I rr that thf alxive statement is true to the made a trip to Cincinnati Seiinl.iv NICE FARM FOR SALE "" ff built! best of my knowledge and belief. H. the fifth, reporting ,i fine time. Smic Bf JioiiU ivtiMl yeujroeweJf. V " ' pfepsred lhi My farm of 40 acres on Hanging Fork !(, HAL'GHMAX. Cashier, 12. lo 4 of the boys from this part attended tre 14 and 16 foonlumetcfriar heiak , Vine- ami a nail trom wamille pike, Subscribed and sworn to befor me Day at Union also reported well improved with cottage house ef this 3rd day of July, 1914, W. M. Children's font rooms, cistern in yard, good stock liright, Xotary a good time, Public and tobacco barn, all good fresh land, ( Mr lluford Littrcll and family 'cre Hooker, S, S most of it in grass. Call on or write T orrect Attest Harris, M D. Elmore Directors. attending the sick child of Mr Frank 52-Tilford AlcAanilcr, I ledges ille Dciison. They rcMrt it to be very ill, Theie is Sunday school at Li' ettyj TO THE PUBLIC church every Sunday I rente-sen- t rr the largest and best ' clothing house in this couWe are having a fine school under ' Manufacturer 9 A ntryEd V Price &. Co.. Chicago, 111, the care of Mr Henry Williams. and Dealer in .My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, Higk-Cla- ss Monuments Calls jjises nic the advantage over one who " xVhbbbb: is not a practical tailor. If you will Original Designs and Prompt ' teed NicM Day ,' 'iaBBBBBBtV-'HB- : give me your order I will promise you Quality Connections at all a srjuarc deal. You will get the worth of yeuir money, either in the cheaper Granite and Marble Quarries. grades or the higher priced. My spring Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist link of samples are now- ready tor our Closed on Saturdays Office Phone 194; Residence 204 Inspection, Call and let me show Vou. Telephone No, 164. tV KENTUCKY H.V. KUPLEY. Tbe Practical TJlor. :: STAVFOUD, STANFORD, KY. ,Jg" J Bn ThhWH 3J 1CZ3 num Reinforced IBobtera White Oak SHELBY CITY Thursday, July 16, 14 to the highest bidder, three work horses; one bro6d marc; one and two long yearling mules; one Jersey bull; two young Jersey milch cows, both fresh; two scrub cows; three nice Jersey heifers; six small butcher cattle; two nice, heifers, nine head of hogs; two Jersey calves; four wagons; a splendid lot ol rubber tired buggies; two farming implements; oiuhorse wagon; one spring wagon and other articles too numerous to mention. Sale begins at 10 o'clock A. M. 1 -- I F HHHHH.Brj 'BlV fMk UMH ro '. raM&.22?3S1 hzii&iZ.M IWflW 1 RIFFE BROS., William D. Yaden. "Honor Roll Bank" Surplus $100,100 Capital $100,000 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Transit No. 73-235. ' Mr. Farmer: "INDIANA SILO" n. When you come to Stanford, day, don't fail to see that Mon- 51-- 53-t- d. v n the Eubanks' lot, near L. & N. pot. Give me your order early. I 'have sold 31 during April and May. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Zn!?" n 54-2- p W. P. KINCAID, District Agent car-loa- v d 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 'M AT L. L. SANDERS, r -- i'' Crab Orchard. l fl C- i.. r" 3t II , Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers . ' Phone 54. -- 5 Per farm loans GEO. H. FARRIS, i K ,i l :Vr" v Stanford, Kentucky We jjjjjjriniBBB jtT &W&. A. . yjytHS? :iinvrmi ii I KM Our Bargain Counter is loaded with Bargains in ;L.n.ton. m 1'ea-vin- e, ut Men's, Women's and Children's . -i A'i m Oxfords. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 40. A,sWs "ifJii HK' KtKtUrJfuti. Bjt; sTxn.r r'Ki,! ': HB SBBgBtOTjiy sIlBTBniBwH 10TI - . Wil-hoil- e, Duroc-Jcrse)- be-.- Btr f. - EJK IHu'w if 9BB1 HMHjH R9EHE5i L i bwJbbwMII' BBBBBBYh y" Hiis-tomill- 'Aav h SSr' ?l :1W3 'M 'Silb' Rtmll. I ' Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedMeal 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 $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 FEEDS ev-ic- I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY B Gai-lan- d, fT I'ZifiMgi ' 'S -- SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ' CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday. JULY 19th L! xa DWbtI KWIl L B. F 1 bros. '$xy IV 'r' m cfi bbbRM made-lo-ord- HARRY JACOBS silBWllsi Round Trip Round Trip JVk '';m'!f Idswtrii Primily Service-Guaran- Dr.JikNCiok,V.S.ftD. tr SPECIAL TRAIN LtavM ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Ibbb'j ABBBBm1' EHk i' "r mmm4w t ' . . ' 'IAHIby -- iJ3bTO i Abbbbbbbvbvb 'hI'-J i"PM r WWWP Idi'lB1 JIM i - JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. TV.wBwjjjni J - .. rfV., . yf'1