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Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN FILLED Stan- -1 COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914 I n TUESDAYS ROBINSON MAY LAND YET AND FRIDAYS Mr. Phillip Rave a comprehensive discussion on Plans in Teaching Men-M- i -- Mrs. SUvvart Irdured on Constructive Work In Arithmetic. The subject of Discipline and Management was opened by Mr. S. S. Robinson, with a splendid talk. He was followed by the Instructor Heating, Ventilation and Lighting was discussed by Mr. Cyrus Johnson. Miss Claudia Eaton spoke on Discipline talk, in School, and following was a discussion as to whether children should be required to do any home study. Miss Laton and Miss Lena Palmer preferred that little home study be required, and that children should pre. pare their lessons mostly under the teacher's guidance, while Mr. Robinson, T. I). Lay and others Lclicvcd study at home to be. essential. Prof. Wilson closed the discussion with some valuable ideas on discipline. Superintendent Garland Singleton announced that teachers were expected to 1m in r!.2r!! attendance at the-- Insti tute. When the Superintendent speaks the teachers arc all smiles, so popular is he with the teachers, and after his announcement there was a noticeable effort on the ('art of teachers to hasten back to their scats after the recess period instead of visiting the town. , The Institute; adjourned earlv for the ball game between the" teachers and the Stanford baseball team, in which Jhc result was a tic 9 to 9." On Friday the Institute talked on Kentucky's Illiteracy and the night school as a remedial measure and made an anneal for the teachers of Lincoln county to join in that fight. She slated that Lincoln county had 1,801 unletter. ed men and women, and plead for these m oc emancipated. The following teachers' enlisted to leach Moonlight SchoolsSunt Garland Singleton. Claudia Ea ton, Ncwland. Annie McKinncy, .wane v crawlor.l. licorgc itourue, F. P. Hays, Mrs. F. P. Hays, Mrs, Dollic Melt..-- . Mary W. Gooch. Stella Peak. Miry Grav. J. II Hiitchins, Earl misseli, i. u. i.ay. hlsic Kecsce. Clay Singleton. Duran Smallwood. E. Cl. Wright. Eva Diihon. Laura Johnson, Virgil McMullin. Frances North, Eva V. lovce laylor, C. Wilson, Ruth Darnall, Mrs. II D. Phillips. Mary Pettus, Ilcttic Peak, Oliver Singleton. Annie North, Margaret Hopper. Bailey Sampson. D. C Lair. Cvrus lolmson. Henry Davis, Lizzie l.ay, W. M. Henge, v. Miailoan. Uarcncc UrHlm. J. A. Ilavs, Eugene Wall, Maude Itrown, Kate Bogle. Sadie Baughman, Ola Hogue, R. H. Hopkins, her-ahtc . BIO STAKES ARE LOCAL MEN ATTEND RETAIL urn-in- WILL MAKE HIM MANY VOTES Senator Camden to Remain at Wash ington and Earn HI Salary ' "nuit FTT X 11 LINCOLN COUNTY COURT Helm is Said to be Still Backing Him For Lancaster P. 0. Several Wills Offered for Probate And As the I. J. goes to Road Overseers Are Named to Secretary Senator J. N. Camden, who is a canThat Capt. T. U. Robinson has a W. P. Kincaid informs it that there is Work County Roads didate for the short term election, will chance jet to and the o)tmastcrship no doubt but what both the $1,000 sadmake lots of friends by at Lancaster is indicated by a dispatch 11. undoubtedly Messrs. William Severn e, W. Administrators and executors of sevdle stake, and the $500 fancy harness his announced determination to remain from Washington Hlggins and J. F. Cummins represent'Nm Lincoln County on Wednesday .which eral estates were appointed In the stake of the K. P. fair will be filled. at Washington and attend to the bust-ni- said ; wWch li being held county court last week. Road enginThese stakes will bring together 'such ed the retail merchants, of Stanfoid at for which he is drawing his salary wek li proving one of celebrated strings of horses as P. W. the big meeting of lh! Central Kcnttuky It is probable an appointment will be eers have also been named for the itiftg and profitable ever instead of running over Kentucky beg- made soon to the postmastcrship " at Ray &. Son, of Howling Green, McCray Ritail Merchants' Association at county, and work on the dirt roads 1 Bros., of North Middlclown, Collins iorl Tuesday, and report a most enjoy. ging the people for votes. etmnty teachers. Mrs.Cora Lancaster, Ky. A good many mouths will be pushed from now on. cV Son of same place, Thurman cV Pct , Li, day. ; Consultation with the president and ago Representative Helm recommended Stewart, of Rowan county, is er nf Slirinufiel.l T If 11.1,1,;., Ir aiic Daniel Uroughton qualified as ad- ' AUftdid satisfaction at the in the with his colleagues have convinced the 1 homas II. Robinson for that office, j mmistrator of Shcrmjn ,Wren, deceas-M- r. " the time of the fall of of Richmond, McElwain & Rogers of tfrsi ami her talks on various to. Ktchmoml, P.dgar U Doty, also of Rich-- 1 gavel in the hands of Vice rrcirlmt Junior Kentucky senator that the legis. Robinson came to Washington and Cll with y s, Droughton'as surety. Wm. re greatly enjoyed and appre- '"i",'!' ' Simpson, of Frankfort in the lativc situation is such that he cannot on tailing to secure the indorsement of Jackson, J. M. Hrown and Gene Brown means that there will be no bet-'i- ,. TM Institute convened Monday dent James L. Isen-tha- n leave Washington without neglecting Senator James became so despondent were named as appraiser ' of the ester horse show in Kentucky this year wfch Svjt. Garland Singleton as chair-NM- .t will be pulled off right here m,,cr' "r Hurrodshurg, the Association, his official duties. The senate is con- that he tried 'to commit suicide on the tate. sidering, anti-trulegislation and will train ep route home. Annie McKmncy, Scrrc-urand Mist Stanford. Resides having the best received a hearty welcome, and enjoy- Mrs. Mildred Stigall qualified as ad- horse show in central, Kentucky, thccd a nmi hlghiybnc teachers were enrolled. ;ful meeting1 and op- - have it under consideration until Aug. Since then several physicians have ntinistratrix of the csiatc of A. II. ', , ... will have several other j. Stanford fad 1 he. devotional exercises were conuuci-- i' scussion of business 1st, at the earliest, so that Mr. Cam- made affidavits that he is completely StigaIf with Tj, Stigaii as surety. j """'y rings of peculiar interest to farmers, den has decided he must leave his restored to health, physically by R.cv. C 'if. Greer. An address and men C. Hailey, J. P. Rogers, and one of which is that there will be prem improving the local tetail trade in campaign for Garto his friends. tally, and Helm is still backing him. was made by. Prof. J. W. Ireland, who iums amounting to 5U given away to Central Kentucky. net Price were named as appraisers. (or Mrs. 'I want to be of such aid to the pres had contented to substitute the best Kentucky Red Herkshirc hogs. Following the address of the MayToday R. II. Tomlinson, a lawyer of Upon the declination qf Dr. N. II. a new breed that is rapidly coming to Cora Wilson Stewart, tltc instructor, or a review of the past year's work ident as I can," said Mr. Camden. "He Lancaster, arrived to present the claims McKinncy to act as administrator of tin trout in Central Kentucky, Anothwas bcievcs and I agree with him heartily, of Eph Hrown, another applicant. He A telegram until she arrived. of the late Mrs. iicttie C. McKiimey, W. er show that is attracting a great deal was heard by Paul L. Goddard, read from Mrs. Stewart saying she of attention, ami one that is expected Harrodsburg, secretary of the asso- that congress should remain in session did not make much headway. Senator M. Bright was named to perform the "would .arrivr at. 0?0 She arrived at to be hotly contested, is a ring for the ciation. Mr. (ioddard reported great here until the trust bills are passed and James is leaving the matter entirely to office and qualified as such with J. B. best milch cow, which will be shown 10..W, but the telegram had been misin the Retail Merchants' As- then adjourn. I am a part of congress, the Postmaster General. Senator Cam. paxton, Lee Hit! and J. W. Rochester the first day. There will be a man progress understood and the Institute had orsociation, both in strides towards bus- and, therefore, it is my official duty, den is taking the position that he will appraisers. from the Experiment Station at Lexingas well as my service, to stay in ganized' anil adjourned, out of respect have nothing to do with patronage iu ton sent here to judge this ring. The iness success and from a standpoint of Mack Williams, who some time ago It may be that I can get to districts to Gov. McCreary, who spoke in the cow will be milked and the milk tested new membership. He said the organ- 'hat arc represented in Con had been adjourned of unsound mind, Kentucky within a day or two of the in the ring. Competition will be free .;...i ..r i.f .i. .,;., ;,. .i court house Monday afternoon. grcss by Kentucky Democrats. As far was held to be a sane person now by to everv one. and cows will bo itiiged1. . primaries, but that remains to be seen The InMi'nte opened Tuesday morn as the patronage in Helm's district is a jury in the county court. Had met witli great success and in the f by their works only, regardless and is dependent entirely on the lug with devotional exercises by Rev. concerned, that is a matter entirely for breed. These added to the fact there future he felt it would be one of the Mrs. Eliza Coffey was appointed as of the legislation." M. I). Early,) pa tos rochtfctaoinuii will be a larger display of fancy work, greatest organizations of its kind in Hem to handle, according For some days the smator and his Cimdcn's view. It would to Senator; guardian of William H. Coffey, a minor etc., means that if you miss ,hc Lni,cU Statcs. I). Marly, pastor of the Stanford M. Ijmiltry not be stir- -' 18 Uiirs of She furnished $300 fair this year you will ' secretaries have been conducting his Itaptist church. ' Mr. liarty spoke mint In the absence of the Hon. Charles prising therefore,, if Robinson wins out, bond with Arthur C. Coffey as surety. miss a lot campaign for by letter. Now eloquently and impressively to the B. W. Givcns was named adminisafter all of Harrodsburg, Jud ller- i A. Hardin, that Mr. Camden has finally decided teachers about their work. The inSenator Camden called on Secretary trator of the estate of the late Mrs. Former Lincoln Woman Dies in West ring, of Georgetown, spoke on "The that he cannot return to Kentucky at of structor, Mrs. Stewart, then addressed State Bryan today and asked for the Ncppie M. Givcns, with J. B. Paxton Man." Mr. Herring, although all during the senatorial campaign, the . rricnds and relatives here received llusiness the Institute on "What a Teacher surety. news early iu the week of the death at ,aktn bi" surprise, gave a talk that letters will continue to be sent out by appointment of the Rev. T. C. Stack-'a- s Should Get Out of the Institute." She The will of Mrs. Kate Powell, of Los Angeles. California, of Mrs. Mary brought great applause from the au- - the thousands, and on these Mr. Camden house, of Lexington, Ky., as United declared that one would get out of it Hustonvillc. was offered for probate in Joncs Riley, wife of O. V. Riley, who dietice. Cant. Charles F. Huhlcin, of will join his hopes of election, which Statcs Minister to Chile. This is the j went to the western state from Pinc-vill- Louisville, followed with a talk on "A first endorsement submitted by the new the county court, and proven by oaths what he put Into it, and especially urghe says will be the ratification of his alxnit three vears ago. to make Kentucky Senator for an important of. 'of J. W. Hoskins and W. J. Childress, ed that the teachers put joy, sociability, their home. Mrs. Riley was a niece of Greater Kentucky." Capt. Huhlcin in choice by Governor McCrcary. ficc. Mr. Stackhouse is a Baptist min-- 1 witnesses. Her C. W. desire for broader conception of their Col. Joseph Coticy.of the veranda Ho- an impressive manner brought out the who is well known throughout anis was named as executor, without duties, and inspiration into it. She clostel, and the. remains will be brought point wherein Kentucky lacked in the Tight Ball Game Thursday . . w. I uerc e Kentucky and neighboring statcs. nir interment, and an equal division of her liestdcs tier lilts- ed with Prof. J T. C. Noc's poem. "The ...i.jri, sll0UlU he of An interesting and close ball game band. Mrs. Rilcv is survived b fives ,r,t Camden called at the War Depart- - tate to her children was made, after Red Dird. which she declared to be the children, several 'of them almost grown, ,al1 pertaining to such as the Central was played Thursday between a nine symbol of inspiration 'in its notef,. and three brothers, JclT Jones, of Har - Kentucky KetaiJ .Merchants Assocta comtioscd chicll) of teachers attending ment and secured the assignment of special bequests to two of her daugh- "come, up. higher, higher, higher". Ian and J. C. Jones and Louis Jones, tion. the institute here this week and the Lieut. Arthur Underwood, of the re - Iters, Mrs. C. W. Adams and Miss Jcs- ' oi riucviiie. wno are Here tor the tun- Rev. Marvin itcrryman representing at the sie Powell. (jovcrnor James H. McCreary was town boys. Umpire Rice called the gular army, as commandant eral which will take place from the Vc- - ' game at the end of the ninth inning as Kentucky State University at LexingThe will of Anton Hochn was proven the Inspirational works of Dr. Orison rnnil.n M,,iel . n. .1- .- r..m,;.,. o r on the program, hut on account of it had begun to ram. with the score upon oath of August Abt and John Swctt Mardcn, addressed the Institute Mrs. Stewart on Moonlight Schools rive. Mrs, Riley was a splendid Chris- - pressing engagements was unable to standing 9 to '). Features of tlic game ton. Wentzcl. John Camenisch was nomed woman, a member of the Haptist tend. In his absence Acting Adjutant were the twirling of McMullin and ill the value of his work. Mr. C. P. delightful feature of the visit of and qualified as executor. Moore representing Bowling Green Wilhite's Friends Busy U1,is dclivcri" an base stealing of Reynolds for the visitors. The two nines lined up as folThe will of the late J. W. Alcorn was Louisville. Ky.. July 14. The plan to Business L'niversity, made a most witty Mrs. Cora Wils.m Stewart to Stanford Mrs. Kate Price, of Mt Vernon, was lows : raise a fund of $14,300 by subscription proven and offered for probate, namin the ntrrits of that institution. this week as instructor of the Teach- the guest of her brother, Victor Price,! ''-talk o'clock the special train carry-aTeachers Allen c ami lb: McMullin ing Mrs. Sophia Alcorn and Kendrick Mr. Seth II. Tidcn, representing ers' Institute, was her address at the attended the institute this week. the Cincinnati Roosters arrived in p; Wesley lb and c; Millard 21) ; Rey- to liquidate the debts of City Comptrolcourt house Thursday evening on the Rand McNally sixikc of the achievenolds ss; Cahnese 3b; Stecnbergcn If; ler Samuel Wilhitc. to save him from S. Alcorn as joint executrix and cxe- (Frankfort. They were met at the sta- subject of Moonlight Schools. In spite will Singleton cf; Sampson rf; Cooley cf ments of Seth Shcppcrd. of Cook coun- of the rain a good audience was presMiss Mora Morris Dies at Hubble jtion ,,y pro:ecntion on a charge of embezzle- - clltnr without bond, and the le Rccept!oll Committee and queaths the deceased's interest in their ty, III., and incidentally told the teach- ent Town Hoys Hill ss; Mol.lcv lb; Mrs. Stewart was introduced .by Miss Mora Morris, died at her home rsrnrtel in the Dnrrn lfn.isc. where Perkins c; Bird p; Embry If; Over-stre- ment, has been abandoned, according to home on Danville avenue to his wife, ers that Rand McNally would fur Miss Linda Miller. Mrs. Stewart dis. near Hubble Sunday morning after a Mr. Penny 2b: Letdicw cf: Far thos active in the movement. It was for life and provides for the sale of his ,)le convention was in session. Headed nish them with supplementary read- cussed the mistaken ideas which pre long illness of tuberculosis. ., The de- - , stated that the tentative canvass has office building on Lancaster street, vail over the country as to these ceased returned home about two months "ebers band. Roosters made a mer rf. ers. rot met with an encouraging response. Mrs. H. I). Phillips spoke in favor of schools, related the history of their be- ago fmni Ashville, N. C. where she tour of the business district of the city Two Stores Robbed Thursday after making some special bequests' to Nizht It is said, however, that Wilhite's ginning, told of the aged men his children. Dr. Edward Alcorn. J. the Institute meeting at the court house women who attended and how, and had spent several months, honing to en route. after regain her health. She was the .laugh- - j ira,iC( uy Burglars Miid another call to Stan fri'nds wil continue their efforts in a baud from the l.ottis-li- r W. Rochester and W, M. Bright' were because of its central location an it made three years, she reduced illiteracy in ford Thursday night, the New Stan his behalf, along another tne. ot I). 11. Morris, a prominent far- Vlllc '"'histrtal School of Refort a ford Drug Company and the Bargain appointed appraisers of the estate. a motion to that effect, which carried Rowan county from 1.152 to 23. She mer near Hubble. She was twenty-tw- o urged that all Kentucki.ms join in the years old and was a devout member of delegation of 120 Louisville merchants Store, conducted hv Is:inc and Charles unanimously. The list of road overseers named for PARLOR GROVE war against illiteracy. She declared the Methodist church. She leaves Salem, lit the afternoon, the Instructor, Mrs. that Lincoln county's' n Frankfort on a special. train drug being robbed. Entrance to the There will be Sunday school next Lincoln county by the county court is representative in her store was obtained through a rear one i 0'cI()ck as follows: Tht ,)ara,u,d the streets window. The safe Stewart, gave a lecture on "The Ends the legislature, Sheltou Sanlley. had sidesMorris brother, three sister, MrsDavid and as entered but on- Sunday morning at Parlor Grove. The , brothers. sic Dink Farmer. Logan Stephenson, ' ma,'e a LB Iut- of Education" and outlined them as written a valuable page in Kentucky's Morris, llueh Morris. :,..,! R..,.r ly about 60 cents in all was secured. attendance was helnw the nvernne lnsr At the conclusion of the morning pro- At Salem's, about 25 cents iu pennies, Sunday, but the session was interesting Win. Mathcny, David Lynn, Ike Phil- follows: Health, right conduct, ability history liy Ins having been the, prime ns. Hie funeral services were conmover in passing the measure creating ducted by Rev. S. II. Pollitt. pastor of gram Frankfort merchants entertained three neckties, three collar buttons ami ome new pupils were present. We jpS. J. B. Wade, Frank Davis, John to make a liking, appreciation of the the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, the McKcndrec church at Hubble Monhope to sec the regular attendants back $4, their guests with lunch at the Capital a pair of shoes valued at place were se- next Sunday. Help to make a big Sun- - i Hockeri A, L. Thompson. Adolph Von best things in life. which is directing the fight against day afternoon at 2 o'clock. The inter,' cured. Entrance to this was efGrucnigen, Wm Beck, Robt. B. Woods, Prof. Roscoc Whecldou sooke most adult illiteracy. The speaker plead for ment occurred in the Lancaster ceme- i hotel fected through the front door. The dav school. interestingly on "Tnc Four Purpose of the schools to be reopened to men and tery. State Senator George G. Spcer spoke burglar left no clew. The drouth was broken by a fine Ffank Shoemaker, Jas. McAfee, Henry women who had missed their chance in rain Monday night, which came just Tcvis, Bert Bruce, W. L. Dunagan, on the "Late Legislature and the Mer the Course of Study." early youth. In closing she made the in time to save the corn. Cisterns, and j, H. Goggin, Bowen Givcns, S. E, Mrs. W. S. Pruitt Dead Young Hargis Still Insane chant." Senator Spcer spoke at length Prof Wilson discussed "The Organi- statement : A dispatch from Jackson, Ky., this spring, were filled tip and the water qws, Georgc Rankilli Folmt Afier an illness of several months of on the accomplishments of the last le "The hour of a man's opportunity zation of a Rural School With One I famine is over for the present. V.. V. c- xr Teacher" in a manner much appreciated should he any hour in which he awak- cancer. Mrs. iieorgiana 1 rum. aged 3 gislature from a mercantile standpoint. week said: Ensign E. G. Hargis, U. ' Mr Virgil Reynolds, of Chestnut ens to his need, whether that be at the i,"rrot!U: W' S. N., retired son of former State Senby the Institute. McGuffey, ,,Ur ai' ,,e ''bussed the "cold check" law ana Ridge, called on his sister. Mrs. Jarret age of 6 or 10V' near Lancaster, Comator Alex Hargis, of the Hargis The Instructor then discussed the Fox, John Gooch, David Anderson, W. Johnson Wednesday evening. Mrs. Stewart has done a great ami Orchard pike Thursday morning. She ,ts cffrc' " ,hc husincss interests to- Co., has reof D. Gooch, W. L. Cordier, J. H. Wright, "Dally Progress" in the absence of wonderful thing for Kentucky in her had been a Mrs. Annie Sims and children, g member of the ecthcr with the law governing false mercial Bank and Trust Green Briar, visited Wesley Sims and George Logan, W. R. Datighertv. turned to his home here from WashingJ. Prof Elmer Gilliland. to whom the inauguration of this great movement, Haptist church. I he deceased leaves, statements to obtain credit. wife Monday. ,a. Tucker, W. V. Dunn. J. II. 'John- and she will go down in history as one besides her husband, three sons. Lee. sitbjert had been assisted. Following a selection by Weber's ton, where he went some time ago in :itli:m ...ii.l I..Mtf".l or. .... ic of the great and noble women of Ken Mr. James Leach and taniily spent son. lohn lnf.r. W. L. Frazier. B. F. Wednesday's session opened with tucky. ' ' ' the an effort to have the court ordei dewere conducted at the Lancaster Bap.." ""1' n',lidl llr"' ll'c" l,,acC(1 " claring him insane, vacated. His pevvnlni!! ortCr' MrS" Long, John Cummins, 'joint Baker, J. singing. "Abide With Me" and devotlist church Friday morning by Rev. J. stage at the Opera House and gave tition was dismissed after a hearing G. P. Hcnd- ional exercises led by Rev. I). M. WalMr. and Mrs. Harvey Jones, of Todd L; Hoskins, John Elder, v. neagie. an intermediate concert, the Hon. J. Vigorous Campaign to Start before Justice Anderson, and he returnP. O. spent Sunday and Monday with I rickson. A. S. Davis. Tom Shaw. John ker, pastor ol the Christian church, wlio Plans for the ultimate redemption of J. Sanders, president of the Louisville A Big Dry Fight in Kentucky ed to Kentucky in ordei to prevent his his brother A. W. Jones and family. Middleton. Henry James, F. D.Scott, made a most excellent talk to the teach-cr- Keiitii'-I:Commercial Club, delivered an address from the stigma of illiteracy (Lexington Leader) flierc was no preaching at this place . i being committed to a sanitarium at anucl, James meeting was ! ( 'Mst 1JaI.U' V. ' will he adopted at the meeting of the as announced, but class Only 21 out of the 120 comities of on "How to Conserve the Small Town." Washington. E. L. King. Julius Berger, A short time ago Hargis i... i Mrs. Stewart spoke most intcrcsting-- l State Illiteracy Commission at Frank Kentucky by Mr. Valentine Fagaley, 0f j, l'lummcr. four, i 't ms address Mr. Saunders advised was declared sane by a Breathitt coun- lieiu. led now remain wet. and in Andy Tucker, Henry Miracle. A. V. wayncstmrg. on the fourth aim of education, "The fort AtiMitst 7. Mrs. Cora Wiloti Stewteen of these local option elections will I'" ? merchants of the different towns ty jury, and accordingly he cannot be Miss Maisic Braswell entertained 18 Notand, Fred Beyer, Walter Scott, Appreciation of the Best Things in art, chairman ot the commission ge: closer to mcir newspaper men. is lie Held within the next w .lavs witli.'o ot her young friends with a masque- Thomas Oaks, W. T. Adams, Josh confined to an institution here. Life." enumerating Godliness, cleanli working on the plan, which will call the view of driving liquor from their He said the benefit derived by rade party last Thursday night. A fine Harness, Fd. Edwards, G. Say lor, AlHargis recently secured a divorce time was had by all present. ness, flowers, music, art, poetry, nature lor the of everv social confines, according with the newspaper might not to announcement from his wife. Beatrice Havvlcy Hargis, the bert Statunhlcy, Fred llandorf, Casper Mr Ira Roberts is attending and friend. agency she can enlist iu the enterprise. made here this morning by Mrs. Fran- be noticeable at the time, but that it Schlappi. Fred Goetz, James Griffin, Havvlcy, U. Teachers' Institute at Stanford. daughter of Miss Kate B.igc ably discussed "The Already the Kentucky Press Associa- ces E. Bcauchamp. president of the was bound to tell sooner or later. Mr. Bud Eubanks has dug a good Allien Padgett, J. R. Morrcll, Chas. Cium.nrative Value of Reading in the tion. Federation of S. N., and the effect of the dismissed The afternoon conprogram was Woman's Clubs. State W C. T. lT. Organization. stock well. Miss Lena Palmer spoke most charmorder of insanity, if granted, would visited her McGuffev. Holy Warfield, John Bas. Miss Margaret McCoy 'I he counties which comprise what cluded with a talk by B. V. Willis, ot ingly and witnly on "Suggestion on Kentucky Educational Association and have been to give him control of his sisters in Stanford the first of the week. tin. II. M. Reynolds, J. L. Koontz, Hop Kentucky Society of Colonial Dames is known as the "wet noints" in Ken Nichoasville, on collections and an imReading in the Course of Stulv ' Several from here attended County Steele, 1. C. Singleton, M. V. SingleMiss Annie McKinnev, lis Imtmrcs have volunteered to help, and to each tucky arc chiefy those in which are promptu talk by Carl Dchoucy, of retired pay allowance of $116 per month Court day at Stanford Monday. ton. E. U. Caldwell, Bradley McMul-ni- l, $91 nf which now goes to the support efficient secretary, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Florence, of near talked on "The will he apiortioned a share iu the work. located cities and the larger county the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce. C. M. Estes, Logan Reynolds, Jos. Ensign Hargis' Stanford, spent from Saturday until Commercial traveirs. hankers and seat (owns and include the following Nicholasville was chosen as the next of his wife and child. Aims in Teaching lleguricri" and gave with the number of licensed cities or meeting place by a unanimous vote of mental breakdown occurred in 1W, af- Monday with Mrs, Florence's parents, McMuliuis. W. B. Ashley, G.' P. Gooch, a most practical and interesting dis- jailers, will be asked to join in the Mr and Mrs. I C Hundley T. J. Gooch, John Burton, August cussion of her subject. movement. While a fairly accurate towns in each: Boyd, 2, Bell I. Mason. .the assembled Association. After ad- - ter service in the Philippines, which is Miss Vesta Sims is visiting her sis- Jentz. L. W. Oaks. Kirk Padgett, Rice A spirited discussion was provoked census of illiterates will be obtained and 1, Montgomery, I. Clark. 1. Bourbon, 'imminent a meeting of the board of believed to have been the cause of it. ter, Mrs. Will Reynolds, of WaynesBennett, W. R. Singleton, A. Glass, by the Instructor between Hailey Samp- corrected by teachers of the common I. Fayette. 1. Anderson, 2. Franklin. 1, directors composed of I). P. Davis, of and he was for a time confined in the burg. son and Mrs. II. I). Phillips, when the schools, bankers will be asked to take Scott, 1. Miss Rachel Tones left Friday for Jas. Padgett, Win. Spradlin. L. Bunch, Carroll. 1, Shelby. 1. Nelson. Frankfort. Thomas Curry. Lancaster, Government Nsylum for the Insane at Instructor condemned the alphabetic Pjlncr. McCreary county, where :ihe W. F. Sims. F. N. Eubanks, Logan Duncan, Nicholasville, R. C. 11. Washington, but a vear ago was given wil teach school this year. iiulhod of teaching. Reading it brought noli of those who sign wth their mark 3. Daviess. 1. Henderson. 1. Christian, (r, Walls, Claude Trimble. J. S. Lee, H. Mr. Sampson to his feet in defense of and jailers will be asked to make a 1. Cadwell. 1. McCracken. 1. Campbell CVringtoti, Richmond. M. Ruben. Shcl-1- , into the custody of his father, and since Mr, A, B. Wylie was a visitor in K. Sims, Joseph Phelps, F. Eubanks. it Mrs. Phillips followed him to ad- list of illiterates committed to their Jefferson. 6. and Kenton, with the ex. byyille, J. R. Howel. Carrollton, Ben that time has been residing at his home Stanford Monday. vocate the word and .sentence method. charge Mrs. Parrett Johnson and little sons. '.. Padgett. J. D. Long. S. C. Alford, here. Hargis has a child, four Schools will be conducted in Cvpli.m of one precinct which voted .. 1. L. Price, Paris, near Lair, dcorgctown, Mr. Elmer Gilliland arose to support years of age, who is living with the Wilbur and Raymond, visited her bro- D. A. Robinson, John Smith, Baker quor out some time ago. Mr Sampson's contention. There was the jails. j Itrtt Durham. Danville, II. II. Chappell, ther, Mr. Virgii Reynolds and wife on Hubble, W. B. McKinncy, David TrowA test will be made this year in an According to program local option Carlisle. S. W. I.audsberg. Versailles, mother in New Hampshire. much amusement at the controversy as Sunday. bridge M. H. Baker. Elbert Baugh. B. IkhIi sides presented their argument in effort to eradicate illiteracy in two elections will be held on September 21 J. F. Cummins Stanford. I. Harkins. F. Jones, Wm. Reed. Jas, Scarlorough, a good humored, vet emphatic manner. counties Campbell and Lespe pre- iu the four counties of More Beir is Being Drunk Mrs. Lawson's Cousin Dead Daviess. I. C. Helburn. Harrodsburg. R. I. Hogue, Joseph Gerkey, Robert On Wednesday, I low to Assign, Study during Americans drank less whisky Mrs. Mary Ann Best, of Lancaster, Dameron. Ed R. Powell. Louis Elliott, and Recite a Spelling Lesson, was de- senting the opposite extremes, urban derson, Christian and McCracken. and Ben 1. Co. Lawrenceluirg. Charles E. the past twelve months than they did aged aliout 70 years, and widow of Dr. Wesley. Thomas Peck. James Peck. iu the ten counties of Hell. Mason. Calvert. Maysvile, John Johnson, lightfully presented by Miss Willie and rural, to be found iu Kentucky. Ebencczcr Best, died Thursday morn- Jonn Goode, Charley Coffey, J. H. Miss Crawford discussed deMoore All the forces at the command of Clark. Bourban. Fayette. Ursburg, was called. At the meeting the year before, but they consumed ing at Crab Orchard after one week's vices in Teaching Different Svllahles, the commission will he concentrated iu Anderson. Franklin. Scott and Shelby, of the board the following officers for more beer and smoked a great manv illness of pneumonia, Mrs. Best with Reynolds, Anderson Nunnclley, Georgc and Miss Darnell, 1 lie Relation of more cigarettes. Reports to the internal her grand daughter. e on September these two counties, while every 28, one week later. Mrs. Blanpid, Gaddis, Morris, Marcum, J. T. Den- the ensuing year wire elected: James Spelling to Seme Training. The Inwill be given to the work elseMrs. Beaiichamp declares that the ;L. Isenberg, of Harrodsburg. President, revenue commission, showed that re- went to Crab Orchard aliout two weeks ham. David Kennedy, Win McCormack, structor, Mrs, Stewart, closed the (lis. cussion by explaining the spiral method where. From the two counties the cam- bailie is on in earnest and that within JW. G. Simpson, of Frankfort, vice ceipts for the fiscal year just closed to- ago and being in feeble health, she Cotins Mocre. George McCovvan, Ira contracted pneumonia from which she of spelling, and the plan outlined by paign will be gradually extended over lb- - next few days the local commillees President, M. F. Hansford, of Harrods. taled $&V4,0o9 less than for the previous never seemed able to throw off, owing Moser, John Callaway, the course of study. year, and most of this decline was due to heart failure in the last few hours. in each of these counties will lnv an burg, secretary and M, P. Lancaster, Domestic Science was introduced by the entire state. to the marked calling off in taxes col- She was a noble Christian lady and a Mrs. Stewart said that one of the aggressive organization in the field to ,lf v'P,.,!H,.,. Tiger Raided in Rockcastle Miss Sadie Baughman who talked very Detailed devoted member of the Presbvterian interestingly on Why Cooking and Sew- notable effects of Sheriff Cam Mullins and Jailer Jim the "moonlight push the crusade. Miss Maude Gooch. of Crab Orchard lected on distilled spirits. church of Lancaster Mrs. Best is sur ing Should, be Taught in the Public schools" for adult illiterates is the rehas been with Mrs. J. F. Hays at Row- statements for the month of June are vived by two sisters, Mrs. F, L. Adams Winstcad made a raid on Boh Lee's Schools. Miss Grace Fields was also action of the attendance in the day not yet available, but the first eleven and Miss Ruth Best,' of Wvoming and',Joint a few n'K"'s since and found 27 Delk in Trouble In Somerset land, foi a few days. on the program for this subject, but mouths of the fiscal year there were a was a cousin of Mrs, R. K. Conn ot pints of "Bottled in the barn" whisky James L, Delk. who created such fee- among was absent. Mrs. Stewart lectured on schools. The interest aroused decrease of $J,7.U,85" in the income Paint Lick and Mrs. Mattie Lawson. of anj 35 bottles of beer, which were A TEXAS WONDER the subject, declaring that the school the parents overcome any inertia, ing at King's Mountain when be held WCIC l.tKCll IU promptly HIT from the manufacture and seal of dis- - .314IIIOMI, could dignify the household arts, and not to say opposition, to the public a meeting there and then went to Som. disposed of over the cliffs ot I'hc Texas Wonder cures kidney ami tilled liquor, due in the reduction of her late home Thursday morning, at Scuffle could change the attitude of girls to- schools, and the attendance increases erset for a meeting, was arrested on Hill. Mt. Vernon Signal which place services were held Friday ward the work of the home. gravel. the number of licenses, Estimates on afternoon conducted by Rev. J. Rocktroubles, dissolves wherever the "moonlight schools" have several charges. He was amuiiied on bladder Nature Study was introduced by T. been opened , one charge and fined $50 ami given 10 c,ircs Ahbtits. weak and lame backs, the June receipts indicated the total de- well Smith, interment took place in the A Perfect Cathartic Virgil McMullin. Miss Sitiele-toD. Lav. Mrs. Stewart is grcatjy encouraged days in jail on another. I. it appealed to rheumatism, and all irregularities of cline in distilled liquor tax for the 12 Lancaster cemetery. Mr. Landham and Mr, Hailey There is sjre and wholesome action Sampson being absent, the Instructor by the voluntary offers of assistance the circuit court and will be tried in I,,c. M",,c)s a"" laiuier in ootu men months will probably be J4.25O.O0O. Rein every dose of Foley Cathartic Tab- took up this subject and closed the dis- coming from people iu all walks of September. He :. still holding his tent ""'I wuiiieii. iseKiuuies oiaiuer iriMioii'i ' ceipts from tobacco taxes showed an There is Healing Foley Kidney Pills I t m : , i is .. i,i i,;i, ir cieaiic w.tn never a gripe You need a mighty ixu medicine if ,c"- cussion, life. Notably among these is W. P. Thursday's session opened with llible King, of Hellevue, president of the meeting and will remain there till court gist, will be sent by' mail on receipt nf approximate increase over last year of once your kidneys are exhausted by, or pain. Chronic cases of constipation convenes. j$l.00. One small bottle is two months' $2.e(X), This gain is due almost entire- - neglect anil overwork, and you have : find them invaluable. Stout people are Reading and Praver by Rev. P. L. treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a ly to a phenomenal increase in the cig got it in Foley Kidney Pills. Their (relieved of that bloated, congested the Presbyterian Kentucky Educational Association, who Ilruce. pastor of Sen(' testimonials from this church. has offered to go anywhere he is sent in receipts from SCr,'d Mrs. F W Carmark widow of for- - Cl,re' ,,, -c- omfortable especially in yt ar.iti frmlc. The inlii ani, otler Matc, ,)r - u. adMiss Mary Wilson gave an able in the slate to speak iu behalf of the mer Senator Carmack, . was nonumted They keep your liver, Olive Street, St. Louis. Mo Sold by ''W'Hted Iwury. beer, ale and the like low their t.se. Try them. For'sale by weather. Values of dress on the Educational movement. vvat. about fOJOO. postmistress at Columbia, Tcnn, druggists. (adv.) Arithmetic. all druggists. busy, At all druggists. Arithmetic Beit Horse State MJll Be at ford Fair Next Month In uciruiNTt' BUSINESS BRISK IN pre, Central Kentucky Business Men Given Royal Entertainment at Frankfort Early In .the Week .j ss m ,, '" y. st ' Wash-ingto- :,; pro-gr.- ss a. I . c. Ad-ist- er I r Sen-'bon- d, or r j &$iair ,ig ,n at-ti- " ''' El-I- lr IK c. ,,,,,.i r,,?,, TW ' T life-lon- nalT-;'.-,V,iyl- ,f I s. v ' Rear-Xdmit- : ' J assis-lanc- t,ra,.. n, ,,, i. ,. iy fr ,- UMd kKtVS ' ht r KM.r.fc 1. j - ,;-v- i r K u J Wv. ', 1 f-THE IRTCftlOft JOVKNA1 STAHrOXB, KKTBCKY. FRIBAT, JVLT 17, OX JR JtibmaJisjDrM- - aaY aWHaW'.y am-s.-aa- .-' vX J; -tr .aal.tm s jr-- 1 MBEWWW I'taPr!' I if Ai,I '' ft "" ssBift.'sS-- s ., VA' -- Wi "V '92 V ' i.trlUf 2S1 j , rigorously good delicious. and keenly Thiist-quenchi- ng m and refreshing. I m 'L The national beverage and gj yours. E $X2ifll I Demand the genuine by full name Nickname encourage lubnirution. ifliaiaiaHY HBHH HK- V mow think uf Coca-Cola. THE COCA-COL- COMPANY Atlanta. Ga. PPM BfltH !0 u BBj'F "Say" HOW ABOUT THAT "INDIANA SILO?" Feed of all kinds will be scarce and high in price this coming winter. The Indiana Silo Co. had sold more Silos up to July 1st, than they sold all last year, and they are warning me to get my orders in as early as possible, for fear they would not be able to fill late orders. "Sooner or later" Why not now? W. P. KINCAID, District Agent STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The divine Shakespeare wrote sub-I- f ttanliallv that man In (he vanity B8RLT0N M. BAUrLKY rreorlttot jiltic bnel authority sometimes so and mortifies high heaven that A TEAK BTKICTI.Y IN ADVANCE II the angels cry bitterly cry. Our astrologer has calculated that when our pe'ttfflf at Slanhtt Mftltui at ttttni cln mail tntlltr. great and good Governor James 11. Mcand Crcary, our mentor, guardian Only two more weeks from tomor guide, fatuously invadeu the highth to row until the senatorial primary will !e instruct us chumps whom to send to Harvey Helm the held. To tn it looks like Hecklum Is a Congress instead of conjunction "f JupiUt Muwuf and certain winner. As wc sec it hy every Maximus was identical with hit principle of right anil justice he should return to persuade the yokels that he is capable and willing, (oh, lie nominated. He not only measures the one man so willing, as always) to he sent as tip fully in every way to the high counselor and adviser to Woodrow standard of the office but has a claim who can easily pilot the old ship, for upon the democracy which no other him into suggest harbor.. The comon the pathetic ar.d ptttfuL candidate has, and that is, that he was edy borders It was confidently and correctly foreswindled out of the election six years cast that the heavens would be overauo. The I. J. is heart and sdul for cast with distress and rent asunder for Beckham. We have known him person- overflow of tears wrung from anguished angels. ally for over ten years and the more The hour at which the flood gates the we have seen hint and his work would burst and the overflow begin more our attachment has grown. His fore was confidently and accurately enemies have charged almost every told, and the gardens, the fields, the crime under the sun against him. Hut forests, all nature join in exultant ac- those who really know the man, know aim in that fair which bring thanks how false have been these accusations. ftom fatuous infliction. The drouth We know that he is the cleanest man and superlative heat have been routed. prominent in state po"" that has been Gloria in cxcclsis and to Majah Maxi tics in a quarter of a century. We mus. d know how he has always stood Some of Stanley's admirers enjoyed for the best interests of the his excoriation of Dick Knott; more people, how utterly free he is from were moved to sorrow that a gadfly's contaminating, sinister influences which goad should have stampeded him from n often seek to subtly secure control that dignified, contemptuous disregard of men prominent and high in official of the insect which occasion and as life. Take our word for it, wc Know semblage should commanded. have Veterans who arc familiar with James him personally and well, no democrat in who stand for better things, for clean- Uothsidcs, bloodswcating acrobatics dekeeping up with the band wagon's er things, for truer men. will make vious meandering him a well vote a mistake by voting for Beckham. To earned rest, though without decorations especially ot L.incoin tin- - ftrmncrat due great statesmen. When before a .county who believe in these things, we beggar for the peoples' preference to would earnestly urge that they vote tor Beckham his one Qualification urged by Beckham on August 1st. helpers of the Eighth was his unifor- ly generous contribution to iiom mc floaters in line. Of course he should Editor L'rcy Woodson, of the Messenger, is advertising, trying for he put up the price. ami Hon. Henry llioma, versatile to find out if there is a McCrcary supsnappy editor of Casey's "News" spent portcV in Daviess county. So far he short time last week hobnobbing with has failed to find a single one. Hire in will get the capitalists of our town whilst the Lincoln, the old War-Horcurious and critical took inventory of more otcs than Stanley, and there are (several other counties in this section his large touring car Our school began last week with en where the same condition prevails. couraging attendance, and the pupils' unanimous affection for their teacher, Beckham Strong in Wayne Miss Fannie North, assures an enthusreA. V. Bertram, of Wane, who iasm which must produce good results. district in Moreover, our efficient trustee, Hon. presented the Wayne-Cantoyears ago, says that M. F. North, a alive to the maxium that the Legislature two y race in "a little learning is a dangerous thing" Gov. Beckham has a He said the Democrats of course none is a calamity has prohis county. were united in their support of the the claimed determination to enforce and that he would receive compulsory attendance law. Good' 90 per cent, of the vote cast in his Whilst gardeners have had little call county. He said that the Stanley and to combat weeds this season there has McCreary followers had given up. Mr. been a notable scarcity of the Colorado Bertram said he had been in Clinton potato bug. The writer has not found and Cumberland counties recently, and a bug up to date and that he has a that the same sentiment prevailed there. crop of vines can be verified. Also that He said Gov. Beckham would carrv he has been seen among those vines. Irrigation is a problem which soon both counties by an overwhelming must concern the Kentucky trucker, and la'er every farmer. How to Stafford Parker, formerly employed accomplish it will be found. Blasting as electrician in Richmond, was killed for subsurface supplies of stock water there Thursday morning by a freight will not be discontinued though pools have been temporarily filed. Mercury train. rpitercd 103 degrees in kiosk Sunday, at 1 P. M.. and a thermometer exploded Monday un-gus- ts single-mindeI , se n run-awa- Tki JowmI XIDD'S STORE i iw in. i immmmmmmmmmmmmmim 'A$ t fjntPL'x MEN'S When we come to think that we must look at our feet and WEAR OUR SHOES sixteen hours out of every twenty-fou- r, is it any wonder we ARE PARTICULAR? Is it any wonder we want something COMFORTABLE?. Something, too, that looks nice and wears well, and all these you come nearer finding in a WALK-OVE- R 'ir' ? J.v Jk. I v rlW s v.? '' flw Mr M'Jk ' 'JV'1, "V and NETTLETON than any shoe made. We have them in tan and black, button or lace, in regular tops or oxfords, in almost any toe you could want. Walk-Over- s at $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 the pair. NETTLETON $6.00, one price for all colors, leathers and styles. i K- - H. J. McROBERTS Christianity in Flu Time REDUCTION In Auto Supplies and Gasoline Beginning today, we will sell gasoline for 18c per gallon. Cars filled at Main Garage, Cor. 4th and Main and Repair Dept, Nelson's place. Special Redaction on all Auto Supplies for Next 15 Days Cash Only Our Repair Department the BEST that can be found anywhere. Only experienced mechanics employed is Conn & Arnold's Garage Phones: 132 Office; 115 Repair Department Danville, Kentucky rryc-- U DAVIS' STORE Kcvs. J. 11 Peace and Hutclungs, i( net Preachersvillc preached at Pine Grove Saturday night and Sunday to a large congregation,, and those that were A PARMER came to the pastor ot his congregation and not present missed a good talk by those asked that his name be taken off the church books. able divines, as sin was pictured out in "What is the trouble, Brother Jones?" asked the pastor. its blackest form and Christianity in its "I supposed you were a faithful follower of the Lamb." purest. "Well, I sorter believed that myself, but there is just no Col. I. P. Chandler still remains very use talkin', a man can't serve the Lord when he has to milk low at this writing with complications four cows in fly time. After the first heavy frost I'll try this of troubles. church business again, but just now I either have to sell the S. J. Pollard is carrying his hand in cows, give up the church or be a durned hypocrite." a sling earned by a severe felon. No Mid foe Brother Joo qviaiof m church cat wiling n'u cowi. Peaey hu t iht Lightning struck a hay stack on the flic beat a mile. Jiat go nghl into hu drug .tore end Icll him lo tt you a 25c can of Chandler farm Sunday night and set KrestO Dip. takt it ham, uc itii dutclrd oa die 111. and you caa ailk your it on fire. tow is peace and happueii. Long before this goes into print the My. wedding bells will be ringing in this neighborhood but will say more about it in our next report. BOWEN SHAKE INTO YflllR SHOES Mrs. Thomas Manuel is enjoving a Aliens Foot-basthe antiseptic powb'verjbody is rejoicing over the der. It relieves painful, smarting visit from her brother J. Lovet, of Ilr, good rains wc have had. linois. nervous feet, and instantly takes-thMr. N. M. Buchanan is visiting his sting out of corns and bunions. Several of the people of this section It's the greatest comfort discovery uf went to the singing at Mt. Olive con- daughter at Burgin, Foot-Eas- e Allen's makes Mrs. W. 1., McGirr has returned the age ducted by Prof. Todd. home alter a week's visit to friends at tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain relief for sweating, callous, Covington and Cincinnati. swollen, tired, aching feet. Always use Has Your Child Wo ran Miss Manila Russell has returned it to break in new shoes. Try it today. Most children do. A coated, furred home after a long stay at Junction City. Sold everywhere, 25 cents. Don't actongue; strong breath, stomach pains, Mss Crena White tntertained some cent any substitute. For FREE trial icrclcs under c)cs, pale, sallow comof h- -r friends Monday night in honor package address Allen S. Olmsted, plexion, nervous, fretful, grinding of N. V. of her birthday and al) reported a nice teeth, tossing in sliep, peculiar dreams time. HARRIS' CREEK any one of these indicate child has Mrs. George Coffey spent Saturday fell here The heavy Monday worms. Get a box of Kick a poo Worm and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. night that we rain have been needing so Killer at once. It kills the worms the Pence Mcsser. badly. Is cause of our child's condition. Mr. Jack Rice is able to be out again Mr. Morris Kuhanks has returned laxative and aids nature to expel the home to Pueblo, Colo., after a few alter a severe illness. If Kidneys and Bladder Bother School has lcgun here with Mis in candy torm. Haslui.t4t;iy w, th his aunt Mrs. P C Bertha Fads, of Hustonvi)lc as teachThtn Fley Kidney Pills worms. Supplied for children to take. 25e, at our drug- - c;anj. i ' er. Overworked kidneys will break down gist, Kucenc Rice is at home for a few Miss Husie White's best fellow from if not helped. Whin they can no longiIjvs from Ludlow, where lie has been Burgin called on her Sunday afternoon. wcrk'lig some er protect the blood and the body from ARABIA tune. Mt Sarah Buchanan u on the sick the poisons ".hat come to them, then Pete Drttsler has gone to. Peru. Intl, The farmers are rejoicing over the He said he would see us when the list aUo little Raddic Russell. look out for Brigbt's disease, serious rain we have recently had. roses bloom again. Miss Hcttie White visited her kidney troubb. and bladder annoyances. Mr. J. C I.each, vvlu was called to Mis Sallie II. Gaddis spent SaturFoley Kidney Pills are your best pro- his sister, Mrs. Mint Ball's bedside at Monday anil Tuesday nights. day night with Miss Alhe M. Owens. medicine for weak, Lexington, about two weeks' ago, has tection, jour best J. W. McKelfresh is very ill at thi writing. How It Looks in the First District sore, overworked kidneys and bladder returned and reports that Mrs. Ball is I:u .Mclowan from Mckinnev wa weaknesses dead. She had left her home in Cin(Prom Mav field Messenger) hire Monday on lumncss cinnati, about six weeks previous to .miscs Anna Mcintosh. Nannie Rice. It now looks like Mr. BccKham will WAYNESBURG her death and some to her daughter's beat both of his Gaddis oponcnts in Graves ,and Fannie McCouan were the guests of Mrs. Wm Kev. J. B. Jones filled his regular Sunday. home in Lexington to stay until the count by a big majority. friends His John Walker, of Junction City, w.i here Saturday and Sunday end came, which was last Tuesday. are much pleased with his strength in at this iilace Saturday and Sunday railand delivered CACelunt sa'tmons Miss Virtue Benson, of Danville, is th:s county. He is gaining in each ing on his t girl. Mrs. I.ucinda Pitman is very ill at with homefolks this week. county in the First Congressional dis- theMiss Lillie Gaddis, of Parksville, t guest of her sister, Miss Sallie the home of her son J. J. Pittman. There was a singing at the school trict and it now looks ikc lie will car- uaiKlis. Mrs. Bird Ball is very ill. hoii'e Sunday night. ry nearly all of the counties. Our Baptist Sunday school is Miss Bana Taylor returned to her There will be a meeting to begin this nicely. Everybody is invited in Yoscmite Saturday after spend- week here. Rev. Davidson, of Lexinghome to come. BEE LICK Mrs Dave Knoepflc and Miss Artie ing several dajs with her brother, E. ton, will do the preaching. L. Gadberry. Miss Lyle Kincaid went The farmers are glad to sec the good Wilson were caling on Mrs. Chris There arc arrangements being made Dricstcr Monday aftermxm. for a Children's Day some time in ra:ns for crops arc most gone. with her to spend a few days. t.harlic Benedict has taken up the Mr. Marion Caldwell returned to his September. Mr. Melvin Owens has been shoe maker's trade. George Lee Gaddis spent Saturday Misses Mamie and Master Milton wotk in Somersit after spending a few We hope he will recover soon days with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Dclaney, of Louisville, are visiting their Born, to the wife of Walker Scott a and Sunday with his brother Jaser Gaddis, of the Hanging Fork section. D. W. Caldwell. grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Jas. big I my on the 12th. Mist Freda Bodner spent the dav Mr ami Mrs. Wilson, of Wilmore, Dr. II II. Isaacs says his cases of with Miss Julia Gaddis Sunday. motored to this place Sunday and spent G. W Camden went to Hustouville M's. Mattie Stucky, of Cincinnati, is fever arc getting along nicely. Wc are visiting relatives here. the day with her son, H. I.. Dumas. .Sunday to see the apple of his eye. glad to know it. Mrs. Walter McGuffcy is visiting her Mr. A. B. Morgan took Messrs. W. Mr. Elbert Elder is digging a well. A. M IVtige, Oliver Singleton, Duran mother, here. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT J. Scott is helping him. Mr Oliver Pruitt left for a few Smullwook and Miss Elsie Singleton Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Proctor, of Quaij, The People's Market PUce Adver-Yo- u to Stanford Monday in his auto to at- dai visit in Indianapolis. visited his John Stringer, tise What Our school begins Monday, and the Jr., Sunday last. tend institute. Have to Sell Messrs. A. J. Johnson and J. II. Ac. children stem very anxious to start as Boh B.'own, of Level Green, visited NOTICF your school tax is due. ton are taking their vacation and Mes- they were going to have a new teacher. his father-in-laMr. David Proctor on Please settle. L. R. Hughes, Treas. srs. W. D. D. Hayes, W. R. Singleton We have had but two different teach- Sunday last. ers. Mr. K. G. Martin and Mr. Lansarc carrying the mail. M. M. Taylor and A. L. Scott visitInsure vour orooertv v,lh Bromlev The little child of Mr. and Mrs. G. ing Lanham. ed J. R. Taylor Sunday last. & Bromlpv. Stanford. Kv. D. Hogue is very ill, not expected to Mr. Sheridan Leach and family were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Elder visited the guests of Mr, Mack Elliott Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nellie Sparks live. Sunday. FOR SALK-Bu- ggy turd but little, Alma, little daughter of Mr and Mrs. Emil Hcrrin of Quail, was over on leather top. Mrs, Julia M. Sims, Danill at this writA Rare Old Appe Tree T S. Reynolds is also ville avenue, Stanford, Ky. Sunday. 57-- J On the John Adams farm of the Hiatt ing. Mrs. Henry Scott will return back section, where Gill Luncc now lives, home soon from Somerset. Mrs. L. G. Conch continues il. Wedrilnn nrestnts ai Mueller's Mr. R. E. Sorrell has been ill for stands an apple tree which is one hunJ. K. laylor. our hustling merchant store. dred years old and never fails to bear says he is going to stay several days. with us. We Mr. Millard Padgett, of Dixon, Tenn. a full crop of the best of fruit. This are glad to know that. Masons' Meetlnc tree is of the June variety ,a large red Hie management of the Kentucky was here first of the wiek M- ' I" apple and fine eater, but no one knows Trotting Horse Breeders' Association ...Vi'!,',)lD LJt No- - eo Messrs. Coy and Hollis Reynolds visJtatl cominuuic.llon on each first1 and third o'clock li ited their uncle, Riley Rcjnolds, on the name, as it is quite different from has announced that if Lexington votes ?i:'r.l",,l,l'th,,..c' "ch on' , anything of this day. The tree is a dry, the trots may be discontinued. ol Ivdgta Buck Crick first of the week. b prtwnt. .ii,r j. vv.Iratrrnsllr HllXa&U. HaeY Mr and Mrs. A. J. Johnson went to very large one and last Sunday evening provided a most comfortable resting McKinney Sunday to see Mrs. Krid pjacc for J. M. Adams, the Ilrodhead Gooch, who is very il. merchant who spent several hours under the boughs of this old residenter You're Bilious ar.d Costive Sick headache, bad breath, tour stom- and enjoyed the luscious fruit which ach, Furred tongue and indigestion, came from it. Another fact about this mean liver and bowels clogged. Clean valuable old tree that it provides in the up Get a 25c bottle of Dr. hollow, room for four hen nests for King's New Life Pills today and empty Mrs. Lunce, who has in the last two the stomach and bowels of fermenting, seasons raised over 200 chickens, and UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER gassy foods and waste. A full bowel in the last ten )ears has furnished a Dealers in thankful covering for many hundred fine spring movement gives a satisfied, Furniture Matting, Rugs. FurnJ. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI feeling makes you feel fine. Effective, ers. The old tree is still heathy and turt Exchanged ftr all Klnit yet mild. Dont gripe. ZSe at vour Office Phone 117, Hmt Ptwnc M. .Mt. Ot Stock. druggist UucMcus Arnica Salvt tor in a line state ot preservation trnon Signal. burns. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY STANFORD. KENTUCKY Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, e, ten-dt- oy, ln-s- very-sick- . Win-Mi- w K- L- -r J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'CUry rrrt .' M :f V C?- - 1 i -'- - 4r TMK 1NTKM0 JOURNAL STAKPOftD, MMTtCKY FKIIUY, JOLY t7, 1914. 3 A SALE WITHOUT A PRECEDENT! I to MtMM wmMerfel Rmk mine of mm Imm niHiUi mrtf fwwhr roWtt, I fown yrt town bom ton taosJtMesl v far (Imtm Imm Cm h. Viw one ( k. REMODELING SALE! Beginning Thursday Morning, July 16, and Continuing for 10 Days Only We wiH offer our entire stock of Spring anJ Summer Goods at Lowest Prices Ever Quoted in the City of Danville. ttruMttti of rclfcf In Mm CW- - fro pronomd Whf j, . , '. ii awany ensuM to Mm most ' rMftf yHin " hi so o prorfwe neh rtmtrltaMe thert. time. It b known WewlefW SHtnweti Remedy M here eyL aJfrJQfe. ,4 . It fa trow An Entire Summer Is Ahead of You. Months In Which to Wear Summer Goods Are Yet to Come. It is Always Best To Be Frank in Advertising, So We Must Admit Our Store Has Been Turned Into a Mechanic's Shop for Several Weeks, Hence These Reductions in the Most Marvelous Sale That You Have Ever Had Shown to You. Now, Read Every Line, Every Word in This Advertisement. MENS' FELT HATS Soft or Stiff John II. Stitson's $150 John II. Stetson's MOO llawes Van Gal fJ.50 and $300 Special i'rywiwt. i I'll'.. v I MIMICAL m4 SOCIAL WOMEN'S FINE FOOTWEAR In Pumps and Colonials, Patent Bronse or Dull Kid Leather TRUNKS AT COST We hare decided to quit the trunk business, so our entire stock of trunks goes at cost. Big reductions in Bags and Suit Casts. Also hundreds of other articles tot numerous to mention. Come and be convinced. LADIE'S SILK HOSE, PHOENIX $1.15 75c 55c BOY'S LOW SHOES $.100 Oxfords Sale Price r- - $22S Oxfords Sale- Price i.7i WOO Pumps Sale Price S4.25 4 Mrs. J, S. Reed, of Louisville, Is $5.00 Pumps Sale Price 13.75 her.slsur, Mil. Sam CttMello. $4.50 Pumps Sale Price S3.45 This is a Rare Opportunity to Buy Such 00 Pumps Sale Price 'Will Dill ion, of London, was litre a S3.85 STRAW HATS HALF PR4CE Grade ot Merchandise lV5f Pumps Sale Price hurt time Thursday. $500 Genuine Panama Sale price $3 50 11.95 $300 Pumps Sale Price MJh Lottie Carton Is the guest of 1 NOTHING CHARGED IN THIS NOTHING CHARGED IN THIS XAUJa.-AIIU-. Pumps 150 Plrj of Zeljler Brother , tMiiM,tttr filug ullcti li.t.c alc uC SALE SALE EVERYTHING SOLD FOR STRICTJust Arrived, Which Will Be From Ntw York , Mr. U. I. illanktnsliip was here Wed. Included in This Sale LY CASH imtUy on business. High Crown Roughs or the Staple .Mrs. R. M. Blackcrby is at Elixir MEN'S UNDERWEAR TERMS OF SALE Smooth Straws,. w Springs MISSES AND CHILDREN'S LOW for several days. All Goods sold for spot cash during $1.50 Union Suits Sale price ....t.20 LOW SHOES MEAN'S SHOES Mr. Roy Ware was In Crab Orchard this sale. So please do not ask for $1.00 Union Suits Sale price 80c . Sunday. The Best That Money Can Buy credit. Any goods exchanged or money $J.OO Pumps and Oxfords Sale 50c U. Sale price 4Ce MEN'S SHIRTS cheerfully refunded if not entirely Mrs. C. K. Scboene, who has been 50c Ilalbriggan Sale Price Price 40C 42.25 $000 Nrttlcton Oxfords Sale , .satisfactory or as represented. $2.50 Pumps and Oxfords Sale 35c Balbrlggan Sale Price Cluett's Arrow Brand and George P 20c. visiting Mr. J, H. Moore and family Price $4.00 Price 75c Scriteivs clastic seam draw11.00 $500 Florshctm Oxfords Sale Ides left Thursday morning for St. Louis. , ers. Sale price $2.00 Pumps and Oxfords Sale 60C Price $4 25 Mr. R. L. Roberts, of Nashville, 50c clastic seam drawers, Sale $4 00 and $500 silk shirts Saje Price . fl.55 $4.50 I. E. Tilt's Sale Price $3.75 MEN'S HALF HOSE price Price $2.75 . $175 Pumps and Oxfords Sale 40c . Tcnn, has been with friends and rela$400 J. Ii. Tilt's Sale Price .... $3.35 Price 50c Phoenix Silk, Sale Price . $.00 silk shirts Sale price $1.95 40c 11.40 tives in Lincoln and Casey counties. $3 50 Fclkmcraft Oxfonls Snl$1.50 Pumps and Oxfords Sale 25c Silk Lisle. Sale Price .. 20C :) and 52 shirts Sale price ....$1.55 $2.85 Pricc Mr. and Mrs. James R. Watkins, of 25c Silk Fiber. Sale Price .. . $150 Madras shirts Sale price ...$1.20 Price 20C $1.20 EVERYTHING SOLD FOR STRICTWilliamsburg, arc the guests of Dr. and SI 00 Ncgliget' shirts Sale price . .80c $1.00 Pumps or Oxfords Sale price $1.20 50 Dozen 10c sox at ncr Dair We have these shoes in all leathers and $1.00 Pumps or Oxfords Sale prict 80c 50c work shirts Sale price LY CASH Sale price From A to E Widths 7 40c "Mrs. W. F. Watkins. Mrs. 1. L. Ilrucc, has returned home from Spring City, Tcnn. Her sister, Mrs. M. S. Wade returned with her. " Little Miss Meota Dorse), of Louisville, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Klmcr Kads. 'Miss Bettic Walter, of near Hubble, has been visiting Miss iJcttic Messer at Shelby .City. Miss Gertrude Pcttus. of Louisville is the gurst of Mrs. j. M. l'ettus and family. ' Mis Linda Miller and Miss Gertrude l'ettus, of Louisville, spent Wednesday at Crab Orchard. Mrs. Joan Hall, of Lancaster return-e- d home Thursday after a visit to her - daughter, Mrs. Uolx-i- i Campbell. HEARD ABOUT TOWN SHELBY CITY Pettus went over to Lancaster to visit WHEELDON'S STORE Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartlcy is spends. There was a tery interesting meeting & with LOCAL AITMCAT10N8. is tbfj cannot The good rains of this week hate her cousin, Josephine and Ida ing a week or so at Crab Orchard Our Mutual Girl Chapter IV &. reiih the teat or Urn dlwaic. CiUrrh Ii a Muni Marion Reynolds has been engaged gladdened many hearts and while the at Good Hope church on the 14th. R'v Springs. or constitutional disease, and In order to aure It charge of Hays & Ivstcs' popu. potato crop is a complete failure alto jon rnuit take Internal reawdlea. Hall'a Catarrh The two week's meeting held by ev- Williams, of Somerset, and Rev PorLittle Miss Pearl Kmbry has return, lar natc near O. K., while Mr. Hays most evcrjwhere, we are still living in CcJ Tuesday, July 21 Cure la taaeu Internally, and acta dlrectlr upon store ed home after a visit to her aunt, Mrs, is teaching the Chestnut Nidge school hopes of other crops being good. angelist Miller, at the Christian church ter, a missionary, who has recently rethe blKl and mueuua surtacea. Hall'a Catarrh G. C Anderson at Mt. Sterling. Margaret discoters the stolen - Cure ! not a quack medicine. It waa turned from Mexico gate tery interestthis term. Mrs. Amanda (jilliland was tisiting here closed Tuesday night. Rev. Miller the phjulclans in this necklace in her muff Detectites J5j country br one orand labeat regular Mrs. W. A. Carson and Anncllc are Mrs. Adams. ing lectures. for a is not only a fluent, but a most eloprescription. tisit the Count and ran down &. It Is cnmiw-e- djeara the beat tonlca known, comthe guests of relatives and friends at sisof Master James Nave, and little Koad roller work on the Danville P. S. Reynolds, of Rood House, 111., ? new clues, while Margaret and $. bined with the beat blood purlhera. acting dispeaker, carrying conviction with Lancaster. Marie and Belle, of Hamilton, O., quent pike had to lie discontinued last week ters rect' on the mncoua aurtacea. The perfect The song scrtice was who with his daughter, Birdie has been ? her wealthy aunt buy magnifi- Mr. his argument. combination of te two Inrredlenta Is what pro.Mrs: A. C Atchley ind children, are on account of lack of water for the en- are visiting their grandparents, visiting relatives in this part, has releading New duces such wonderful visting relatives ani friends in Scviei-villgine boiler, but since the heavy rains, and Mrs. James Nate and other rcla- always most impressite, and we hope turned home. Birdie will remain with j cent gowns, meet Piping Rock fo fiend for testimonial, resnlta in carina catarrh, free. ft. irk millionaires at Tenn. Koid Engineer Pinmnijton hopes tu titcs here. were lasting good was done. There F. J. CIIEXEY & CO . Propi., Toledo. O. icj Races visit the Metropolitan J relatives for setcral das. Mr. and Mrs. Pence Messer are Sold bj Druggists, price 75c. start work soon again. Miss Ulanche VanDeveer is at home eight additions, four b confession and 5 Museum of Art with Miss Billie Two cases of tjphoid feter are reotcr the arrival of a handsoire Take Haifa Famll from Morganton, N. C, for several rills for eonaUpttloo. Burke the famous actress, and $3 I four lij membership. He certainly told little on in their home. ported in this vicinity, Mrs. Sala Wilweeks. News of the Churches $ enlist the aid of District Attor- Misses Mary Vaiight anil Maggie .the people of their duty to the church son and Miss Bertha Gooch. Mr. R. L. Porter has returned after wy Whitman of New York who A controtersy between dj Paris ediMV IWUI SH Usl I V t I J WltlVI svflWSs ivi. Clarkson were visiting the Misses home and society in general and enRev. Jas. Martin will conduct a sing- JcJ proves to be a valuable friend in J tors and two German two spending several weeks, with his son, the local Methodist church will be held Tuesday night. correspondents deared l'imselt to our people as hardlj ing school at Oak Grote church beginRobert Porter and wife at Krell, Ind. next Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. time of trouble. ft thrca'.enej Little Svlvia Hrackttt was the guest e'atise diplomatic tension & Mrs. W. R. Penny and daughters, Rev. C II. Greer will preach at & biltvi'in theto twe countries. of Kunice Brown on Tuesday after- any stranger could hate done. He is ning Saturday, July 18. capable of doing a amount of Misses Robbie and Mary Cooper, of &&& next Sundav night at eight o'clock. noon. B. Revnolds anil wife and daughG. Danville, were the guests of Mrs R. Rtv. I). M. Walker will preach at Misics Bessie and Lillian Burke and good work for the Master His wife ter, are visiting relatives in this viM. Fisher Wednesday. MrOiriii.irk's rlmrrli 5sitniLiv nftrrnrxm brother, of near Lexington, were-- tisit-inThe Emperor's Court physician has assisted much in the music both upon cinity. George is a successful insurKEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL three Mrs. F. Burke. Mrs. W. C Grinstead been sent to Siberia to minister and little at Rpv. o'clock. the violin and piano. i K lontntl of Pinrville. will Miss Flizabvth ance man, hating been in this business Brackttt was the granddaughter. Lucilc Ireland spent Rasputin, who was shot recentHealth is Worth Saving and Some Mrs. Forest Foly and children, ol nearly a1 his life. Thursday in with Rev. J assist Rev. C Ii. Greer in a meeting at guct of lur uncle, Mr. T. Messer and ly by a woman. Logan s Creik b'j'iiiiiing next Monday family. hocktvcll Smith Stanford People Know How to Somerset are with her mother, Mrs. A telegram announced the death of Mr a.id Mrs. Charles Powell ano Misses Mattic and Dollic Wilcher. night. d Save It Ernest Littrell. of Iowa, a son of Ivr W h. Arnolil will preach at children, of Iti.ictKiii City, were visit- Reynolds. who have been visiting their uncle W here next Miss Mavme Hotdman has returned Sunday. Littdcll of this place, Emmctt was rjara t. urnssp erm C Myers inxthc West Knd, have re- the Methodist atchurch and also atSun- - ing relatives near here of Bow en visit104.1 the Jay morning Mr (ieorge Caddis, Many Stanford people take their lives from a most ilcjightful tisit to her bro. afflirted with that dread disease turned home. If thr ed his brother, Jasper Caddis and lltllnri srfAlrrt in llu rY,.mm in their hands by neglecting the kid thcr in Jellico, Tcnn. C R. Coleman, of Cary. and Attor- weather is suitable the union .cmccs eimp ney Charles Metcalfe, of Pinetillc. were wil be held in front of the court house and Sunday. meeting Saturday night Our farmers arc rejoicing otcr the neys when they knew these organs neci' Mary and Anna Gray, of Missis mt, I RICHMOND. KY. in lliimiiighain. Ma, several dav this again Farmers who had large whi'at crops Georgetown are with their grandmoth- bounteous rain, which ended the dry help. Weak kidneys are responstbli wick in the interest of the Coleman I A Training suffering and ill had fine ttivther for threshing, er, Mrs. hate were feeling for a vast amount of weather. The farmers Mining Com pant Fs Middleton. preProvisional President Huerta School for Teachers there being several machines in operahealth the slightest delay is dangerous feel good now. CearM-- letdlftff to Mrs. W I Kmcaid and daughters, sented Ills resignation to the chamber tion around here owing to the bounteMisses F.dna and Mjrtle Jones, of blue, but iBUTOMtllmt sad Lira Ktmta Ce, Use Doan's Kidney Pills a remedy irCtm Wilson, one of our farmers Misses Adelia and Utile Russell, re- -' of Deputies Wedncsda) afternoon and ous crop of the grain raised. Most of London. Ky., are with their brother tlflCSlCS. Tall, la alt PvMIc &mU1 Bvhoola f Kaatucky. kidney dry that has hejped thousands of turned home Thursday from Lebanon, rigated his potatoes during the our hots are working with the thresh! Ban Coars. where the) hate bun tisiting relatives at 720 P M.. Francisco Carbajal took er and some of them are learning to Di. Jones. tveuher, by carrying water for them sufferers. Here is a Stanford citizen's s. TaaajUtNUldot. Miss Jewel Goodman has returned the oath of office as President of Mex- hi excellent conks. Hello girls do ton and friends. BlUorto.BtWBroMfteoaol, Dawiuauualtralalnr balMloa recommendation : from Cincinnati, where she went to in buckets. He reports a fine crop while prftrtl,s,hool,4paniBatfaTluHar, a Mrs, M. M Sweeney will Icate Sat' ico. The new cvtctilivc, escorted by know who they are? ItomMtto Retoaea. FlMlTrrw tM.flBaKp- rTmaariam. "My back was so sore and painful im-lirdat for Brazil, Ind., to visit her sis- -' presidential guards, went immediately HMeaa Tmo KoTBn- - "? nin lB .....r. Several of our ouug folks content attind the wedding and act as brides- most potatoes are a failure. I ?T PoarthTerfaiprllT, 8aBUBr BeaoBI BpabB JUBB IS, that it was hard to get around I VHaUOfalSJ If Mrs lame Tatem. ami brntbrr. ' plate going on the excursion to Cin- maid to her friend Miss Lurch, of that tT. to the N'atioinl Palace Huerta and cinnati Sundat. J. Q. CBABBB, Prrslaent. for days at a time." says D. C. ALBIA John Dcrr. at Clayton, Ind. Misses Minellc Priiitt. of Morcland, Hlamiuet last night boarded a train outlb- - Misses Sims.of Harndlurc, cilv. of Whitley avenue, Stanford. "1 A nice rain fell here Monday night Mr. William Hawley, of this place an-lMary Addie McAhcter, of Lex- side of Mexico Cily, presumably bound are expected on a tisit to their uncle. TO THE PUBLIC tried everything but didn't seem to get ington, are the guests of Misses Min- for Puerto Mexico. bel James and family and other went to Somerset this week to engage Mr Meltin Caldwell and wife, ol I represent the largest and best anything that would bring me relief unnie and Dora Straub. friends here in a short time in business. on Wavnesburg, visited Everett Gooch clothing house in this couS. T Roberts received the sad Intil I got Doan's Kidney Pills. They Mr. Henry Messer was railing on his Iowa Republicans refused the plea of Dr. Harmon's father has returned to Monday. V. Price & Co., Chicago, 111, telligence Wednesday of the death ol best girl Sunday afternoon. proved to be what I needed and by the ntryEd the Prohibitionists to call for another My experience in measuring and diMr. J. C. Chamberlain has been very Miss Ora lames was the guest of Indiana, after a pleasant stay with his his brother, Solon W Ro'urrt, of time I had finished three boxes, the recting the making of your clothes, son here. Mi. F'iiahcth Brackctt. ill, but is better. Itrights' disease last week at Decatur, i election on the liquor question. pain in my back left and I felt better gives me the advantage over one who Mr Bernard Peterson, of Stanford, j Miss Ruby Hilton, of Stanford, was Secretary llryan announced that a lVv. Carmicheal filled his regular in 111 is not a practical tailor. If you will every way." peace Cu:r.r.iiijio!i triitv with Uruguay tisited friends here Wednesday etcn-inthe attraclite guest of her aunt, Mrs. appointment at Olite abturday and 1 will Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Martin and Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simp- gite me your order will promise you would be signed Monday. You Chcrrt last week. get the worth a square deal. Sundav. At the Presbvtcrian church Sunday. daughters, LaVernt and Virgclyn, of ly ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's of your money, either in the cheaper "Plucking" of naval officers from the Inlv 1. Sunday school at 9.10. Morn-n- c Miss lla Newland, of Stanford, came family, of Mr. Levi Muncy and Ludlow, hate returned home after a Kidnev Pijls the same that Mr. grades or the higher priced. My spring; n worship at" 11 o'clock. "The actite list will be investigated by a up Sunday to see her parents here. King's Mountain, visited Will Bastin tisit to Mrs. Taylor Roberts, on Route n Co., Props, line of samples are now ready for your had. of the One Man." Preslivteriin ' Bojlc Vass Singleton is almost well House committee. A. L, Payne ami wife were the guests 3. inspection. Call and let me show you. .1 Brotherhood o'clock. enough mcctiiu at Buffalo, N Y to be out again we are so glad of her father, Mr. Allen, near Etna, H. C. RUPLKY. The Practical Tailor. Votitu' people's service at 7 o'clock. on Sunday and Monday. to slate. "Faithfulness in Little Things." Mr. J. T. Wheeldon and family, ol Mrs. Reuben Bronaugh is somewhat fifi Eubank, visited Mr. C. F. Wheeldon on impiovid. Citrolax CITROLAX Mrs. James Stephens and grandchil- Sunday. Give it to The Children Mr.Olit-- r Kidd and Mr. Walter Os dren, of Georgetown, who hate been Finest physic in the world for chil- with friends near here returned to her borne are making tery frequent trips fliey rep"il this a to Woodstock dren. They love to take it it tastes home Wednesday. like lemonade! It is mild and suits There was an attendance of a hun- leap tear again. Mr Martin will begin a singing their sensitive organs. It Is thorough dred and one at the Christian Sunday and keeps their system cleansed, school last Sunday morning which school at Oak Grove church Saturday. sweet and wholesome. It does the same we hope will continue to be present. Our schools in Pulaski have been for grown tips, too. An ideal laxatitc Miss Delta Manuel, of this place was postponed till the second Monday in For sale by all druggists. quiety married to Mr. Landram. of August, caused by the adoption of new Gratel Switch Wednesday at her coun- text 'xeks, and the institute which conCRAB ORCHARD try home. The bride is the lovely venes fi'st week in August. They interlock nnd overlap In Fuch a wny that the hurdi-s- t drivSeveral nice rains and vegetation so daughter of Mr. Thomas Manuel and The Green River Association will coning rain or sifting snow cannot possibly net under them. much quicker than mankind to show, has a lot of friends, while the groom vene with the Olive Baptist church on Besides this they last indefinitely, and never need repairs. Aug. 11, 12 and 1J. Everybody is ingratitude alicady putting on new is said to be a most prosperous joung Tlny'ro very reasonable la first cost. You can Another aside withered leates and eent business man of sterling integrity. We vited o come and bring a big basket of leurn sell about them from to be rejoicing once more. exttnd to them our best wishes for a dinner each dav. Mr. Frank Havs ami wife, two first Oh' friends listen for the wedding lovely sail on the ocean of life ami btlls for we think they will be tolled that their fondest hopes may be real- class teachers and actite citizens of this vicinity, have moved to Rowland tery soon, liuess vviior ized. Prater meeting every Saturday cv. The friends of Mr. Peter Chandler, to teach the Rowland public school, eniiig at the .Moore school house. Good county will be grieved to know he has this fall, We regret their absence from attendance, everybody come and bring been tery low at his home for some this community, but they go highy recommended and will render first class tour friends. time, with a complication of diseases, Vaught Misses Rosetta and Mtrt-'crvice wherever they go. and is in a most serious condition. .Mr, roppinliagcn, of Chestnut Ktilge called on Misses Hcttie, Myrtle and has been employed to build the Tomp- Susie White Sunday afternoon. son and Jonexs Mr, Joint Chadwick, of Detroit, Mich, HOW CHILDREN GROW Creek He willschool house near Buck soon begin his work has joined Ins wife at his home here Children grow by nourishment not Mr Ernest Gooch, an actite and pro and will remain for a few days' rest overloaded stomachs or rich foods but gressive citizen of the same district, has Mr. Walter Martin, wife and chilreadily converted into 2ualitic that are Bas-tidren from Pans, and Mrs. John blood; too often their betn employed to teach the winter term of Lexington motored to this place digestive powers cannot procure these He is a young teaclur and is expected last Saturday and were guests of Mrs. qualities from ordinary foods w blch results to make good. In weakness, dullness and sickness. Mr Joe Joslin and family, of Anna Napier until Sunday afternoon. underIf your children are under-sUSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. W. Va are expected to reMrr. Burnsidcs returned to her home weight, catch cold easily, are languid, 149 Maple Avenue near Lancaster Sunday, being much backward, pale or frail, give them Scott's turn to their old home soon. Hmulslou w hlch Is pure medicinal nourishbenefitted by her short stay here. ment. It sharpens the appetite, builds The nrice of meat In New York lint Miss Joanna Ballou, of Stanford, af- healthy flesh, Cnu muscles and active ter a pleasant visit to Misses Elizabeth brsius. Scott's is growing food io( been advanced 3 cents a pound and threatens to go higher and Allelic Kcwland and Sarah Ma) children. Kefuse alcoholic substitutes. 12-6V.. $t!J sale sale Sale Sale price 13.95 price 13.60 price S3 45 price 11.75 In Al the New Shaces 51.50 ijuality Sale Price .. .. $100 quality Sale Price 75c quality Sale Price $2.0 Oxfords Sale- Pircc $2.25 $1.90 .......a 'li !, '.n.'i ...... Sale Begins Thursday, July 1 6th "HOME OF GOOD SHOES" Ends Saturday Night, July 25th DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. $ PARKS & HENDREN Burn-side- 3$ eos.o S- ft c, I tat $$ o e: Blu-for- , t ' ill r, w tlHiK? vw-- ra TaltloBrr-AlaAp-t- ot for-m- c Dye-hous- e, made-to-or- I . Reli-cio- Dye-hou- Foster-Milbur- Hester Hotel and A! Storeroom For Sale yTtS M HETAL SHINGLES Are Stormproof The Hester Hotel and large storeroom at Kings Mountain is for sale privately. This is a fine, large, modern building, of 15 rooms, located conveniently near the depot and is a splendid business proposition. The storeroom is large and well situated for any kind of business. For terms and particulars, call on or write. 1 Will Stone, Stanford, Ky. e BANK WITH AN OLD AND SUCCESSFUL BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK CLAUDE HESTER n, e, Danville, Kentucky -- It Is Seeking Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It J-- x- - 'ijgiM''suii MilsMsaU "MSfH wUMiWWfttt nlane of 230 acres.' Thk .. k in 2 mile drviu OrcMM.' Mlioiiunir -- iwr- M X W; Gtieit. It has brkk dwftGrounds and fair of six rooms, hall id cellar;, a , rrame sjbhj ttached; a good tenant mer dinmc room and house, two stock barns, a tobacco barn of & acres j cs. . .. capacity, stop all other w. 1-- For W4 ' jaak a . av mm ! Ria t, A fore yarn! FOR. S old, gentle H. iC Cur? Rational Bijfc J. P. I)ihHief er oi mis ( liv. BiBa mmrmmmmimmW. i i . ,lt th"ucaK. .Once nty thy fctrd it mat . and ranpuJlriMBvjBTO to WmWlM, ... ftfwAmm. lllilKa ...... ta, Attcnt r "Jl LLKl trtad aHSim.'S3 SSI a t. T" ,.' .& . - flBSSJBm. XmmWM. tAmmmT ItivaffiKW acres li driver blotB. or erazinsmnd; 100 acres or up-J1 tawttDSMBSMBrane ,com, mea o, corn, wneat ana ;blue grass, andjtfine for i JTl!kifarmifcJnLa fev- tv, hitfh state o; -- .-. m tie prfyatr5 arwaSr5 - nrarWrov "i1 i ir cMbiVtiajnN(Vi itT.,imiir..n. Ca n k wT:fflrctrta Wmmm3mmVMmLtZMmmmm3xBmm In' i MCtKWl H. lWlir-if-.- t' . . ' Vf,4ckWA'rHitthti.doc il(MOummity 'All ni . .-! i T1 a. river.bounds it oiutfie east, with two creeks 'mnninjf through five never-- : theVdoor,- - Whicj) gives . i t r.- - ClMM4tt Lhrtitoek Top cattle 7.BL7.e, top UoRif 905; top shpcfclpft; top, lamb 58,, 8"' . i .V jp abundance of istock Water driest scasdhsrvvhichrhatesifefr ideal stock 'farm. s&sss I dursK the &m I T his farm can be nicelv 'divided inW two farms about 130 acres i ' j. . . in i i rv wicn lenam. nouses ana i iuu acreswnn improvements. . Wi sell as'awhore'or in two tracts, to suif purchasers. Liberal terrf&ll be given: Seeding privileges g.venmu.d fall possession Jan-- iCafJBjiVf. newater,'at ifc. t uary'ust, ma. M j R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Kentucky r "Honor Roll Bank" Surplus $100,100 Capital $100,000 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. v Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. 73-235. Transit No. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK gffi8r Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedJMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, r" oats, hay and straw. " Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your Light Weight Underwear, Shirts, Straw Hats. L. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. it. E H J. F. Gummins Oil Cook Stoves A New WICKLESS OIL COOK STOVE that Anybody Can Work. You Never Heard of An Accident from this Stove. Look at the records and you will find that il stove'accidents have been from the wick stoves. TRY ONE. IK t W. H. Higgins x "3- S- ? Our Bargain Counter is loaded with Bargains in i. Lime for Agricultural Purposes The losi'bfcscairtil The use of lime in different forms on lion Kentucky soils has been attended with. for temperance legislation in Kentucky, dollars in Kentucky lasl" sucli good results tnjit its me, is rapidly, tvherc the fight has been hardest,. than tins iiucaic.i.wAws on t!ic increase stations tire being es- any other man, br set of men. 'For this of this disc; d jGaryrrv' farmer"; In dr- tablished for 'suppling ,thc demand, To not sec how- any tin teresitd- - in dir to talk K borne of these plants supply natural Tea soil vve. the' temperance cause can be this subjc" ground litncUone, while )thcrs, supply "wTtlPl.? Immcil lime, hydrated lime, or "agricul- against him.. given evrcry Wfldaj mofning at the ', tural lime." Mr. Hcckham was the first public t Station,, Lcxiiig- In order that farmers may purchase man of any note in Kentucky to an- Kentucky. ton. for hefttwwHb v ish to familiarize ltme mielliKcntly, it is necessary for iRlhe use nf hot? cholera them to understand the nature of the nounce for Mr. Wilson for l'roidcnt. ;rtjm;etvVS". serum. While Mr. Stanley and the other KeniMw'"'- materials offered for their use. So heavjfchav been the demands or Lime in its vanous'forms' is used tucky congrrssnicn"vfere plotting 'and nrimanaly to correct soil acidity. Kaw scheming to prevent the Kentucky dele the erumfthatcqttlpmcnt and build (iround limestone, fresh burned lime, ing haviflxien erected to triple the and h)drated lime will all perform this gation from going to the. Ualtimorc labo'ratory, ,An jaiV'' ef j lunct.on. Limestone rock is the source convention instructed for Wilson, Mr. of all these forms of lime. If 100 11k. Hcckham was consistently doing all in fort p. being made by the Kentucky of pure limestone were thoroughly his power to have KcMticky lined up 1'ARednient Station to completely burned, it would field 56 pound of for the disease. With effective regit, President. He was the best froh lime. If this 56 pounds of fresh latioiis controlling infected henLs and lime were treated with just cnouuh friend the President" ?iad in Kentucky, premics together with the hearty cowater to completely slake ot, it would and it he were in (he senate he. would operation; of the farmers, this can--bo weigh 74 pounds. These amounts of be a tower of strength Tor the adminisaccompllshcdi Write for literature on the different forms would hae identi- tration's policies. AS a speaker, Mr this subject. cally the same alue m correcting soil Beckham is calm, dignified, cmptoving acidit). Stated in another wax, 1120 none of the RpBEWT T.JsAUAM; claptrap and demagogy of pounds of freh lime. 14S0 pounds of the cheap politician in an endeavor to In ChargeBiological water slaked lime and 2000 pounds of ground limestone are of equal alue in make his audiences believe he is some- tucky Agricultural Experiment Station Mhl ' correcting soil acidity. thing he io not. We believe flip IJrm. Lexington. Ky. Fresh lime and Iivdrntcd lime, after ocratsvvilI honor themselves bj application to the soil, soon take up Billy Sunday s a P.oet Hcckham in August. He is carbon dioxide (the part lot in burnOne of the .remarkable elements in ing) and become the same chemical ii, every way capable of worthily repre coin pound as the original rock from senting our great Commonwealth in the Hilly Suudaj s UUelieciual make up ' which they were made. Senate. If he is sent there you can de- ills imagination so boid and fret, and This information will scrc as a ba- pend on his staing there and attend-in- g lawless. A sample oi fin l is his sis tor calculating the relative coat of to business. revised version of David AlcCenaugli actual naturalizing iower m the various forms of lime offend at differparagraph entitled, "The 1'alace ot the ent prices. Child's Labor Law Goes Into Effect liilile'. It is an improvement on tin Hdraud lime can be made by anyWhile J. W. 'ic evangelist might have -sinking of Agriculture, Newman, Commissioner original one by taking Irish lime and LaW and Statistics, m i a poet. It reads thus. it with water. "Agricultural lime" is his preface to a pamphlet containing "lweiit-tvo generally ground hdratcd lime. Fresh the act pronounces the new child labor jcars ago with the holj burnt lime and hdrated lime must ot law, which goes into effect, June H spirit as in guide, I entered the wou- sell lor more per unit of uccssit one of the best laws of this nature on uerlul temple called Christianity I enneutralizing power than ground the statute books of anv State the limestone, on account of the expense oi Lnion. many empires considerin some tered at the portico tailed Genesis walked dou tlirouidi tlie Old Testa burning. ol its provisions drastic ' ment Art (jallerv wm.ru the pictures of Fresh burnt lime and h)dratcd lime One section reads "In cities of the may give better results the first jear first, second and third class, no person Noah, Abraham, .Moses, Jacob, Josiph, than ground limestone, but this is be uiiiler the. age of twentv-on- e vears shall Isaah and Daniel hung on the walls. I cause of its caustic effects on the or- be emplovcd, permitted or suffered to passed into the music room of Psalms ganic matter of the sod, causing a more work as a messenger for an telegraph, rapid giving up of nitrogen. Experitelephone or messenger company in the where the spirit swept the kcjboard of ments in Marjland and Pennsylvania distribution, transmission or delivery of Nature and brought forth the dirge-lik- e show that used through a long period goods or message before 6 o'clock in wall of the weeping Prophet, Jereirtiah, of time, the raw ground limestone givis the morning or after 9 o'clock in the to the grand impassioned strain of the better results. evening of any day." Isaiah, until it seemed that ever) reed Limestone need not lie ground a Another, which especially affects and pipe in liod's great organ of Nafinclv as some people recommend. If it morning newspapers, reads as follows is ground to pass a screen of ten mesh- "No bov under fourteen vears of age. ture resiKinded to the tuneful harp of es per linear inch, it is sufficmctly fine. nor girl under eighteen "cars of age David, the sweet singer of Israel. 1 en. shall be einplojed. permitted or suf- tered the chapel of cclesiastcs where This is about the fineness of coar corn meal. Screenings, the coarsest fered to work at any time in an city of the voice of the was hi aril of which pass a screen with four the first, second and third class or m of Sharon meshes to the inch, are quite satisfac. connection with the street occupation, and into the conservator if sold at reasonable price. A of piddling, i torj the distri- and the Lil) of the 'alle'' ; large percentage of such screenings bution or sale of newspapers, magaspices filled and perfumed ni consist ot line material, audi screen zines, periodicals or circulars, not in life. 1 entered the business office of ings arc being sold in Kentucky ot 50 any other occupation pursued in any Proverbs, then into the Observator cents to 75 cents per ton on board cars stri"-- t or public place" The act goes on to however that room of the Prophets where 1 at the plant. Morclinely ground limestone of high quality is being sold in bojs between fourteen and sixteen of various sizes, some point, the Mate at $1.00 per ton on board years of age, upon procuring the prop- mg to far-oevents, but ajl concener emplojment certificate from school cars at plant. officials may sell papers between 6 trated upon the bright and morning star carbor-atGround limestone is calciuin A!., and 8 P. Al., but at not other which was to rise alwvc the moonlit The value of one ground limestone " calcium carbonate as compared with time Thus thelxjys formerly employ- lulls of Judca for our salvation. 1 en another depends on the purity of the ed by the morning newspapers will in tered the auiliiiicc room of the King of manv cases be thrown out of their posi rock. kings and caught a of His glor Demonstration of Limestone Grinding tions. However, unless the bovs com- irom me standpoint vision ot .Matthew, Mark, There will be a demonstration of ma ply with the educational requirements that is, the filing of a school record Luke, John, Peter, Paul, James ami chinery suitable for preparing limestone for actual purposes at the Karitucky or the passing of an examination in lieu Jtiile penning their epistlci. Experiment Station farm at Lexington thereof they cannot be employed ex"I stepped into the Throne of during the week bexinning Monda), cept during vacation time. where all towered into glitteri juvenile violators of these sections June 22. On Thursday, the 25th ai Friday, the 20th of June, promincfe may be punished by the Juvenile Court ing peaks, and 1 got a vision of the speakers will deliver addresses upon and those who furnish the lads articles King sitting upon His throne in all His 'soil fertility and the use of lime in ag- to sell and eontinue to do so after being glor, and I cried: notified that they are violating the law, riculture. "Ajl hail the power of Jesus' name, The machines which will be demon- may be fined from $15 to S100 for each Let angels prostrate fall. strated are portable sizes suitable for offense. The various other articles formerly Bring forth the Rojal Diadem, the use of individual farmers or small of the Ken And crown Him Lord of all" companies. There will be several of the embodied in Section 331-leading tvie on exhibition, and an op- - tucky Statutes of l'AW are mcludid in the new section These relate to em- 'portunity will begiven to see the maCopious rains have fallen in various chines in operation, and form some plomrnt in nulls, factories, offices, paits of Kentucky to the great advanopinion as to the cost of these machines shops, etc., and contain the regulation emi)loment certificates, school Tecords tage of the growing corn. The down-fa- ll land their output. Information in regard to this demon. and care and condition of place of cm. in Faette county was almost in plov ment. Istration and literature on the use of the nature of a cloudburst. The act is 'ground limestone may be hadree of many emploersthorough, but said by to work a hardship be. charge by addressing the Agricultural cause of the difficulty in procuring lads NICE FARM FOR SALE Experiment Station, Lexington, Kv. except those under the age sit forth, to GEORGE ROBERTS Aly farm of 40 acres on Hanging Fork Agronomist, Kentucky Agricult'A'al do the work, mile and a half from Danville pike, rxperiment Station. In an effort to close up alleged dis- well improved with cottage house of orderly houses in Hindctson, Judge S. foui rooms, cistern in jard, good stock Calls and tobacco barn, all good fresh land, A. Young has fined a woman $200. Day Mitht most of it in grass. Call on or write 52-Tilford Alexander, Hedgcville. -advo-tater- Clipper ii Whr ilrcfecncc of the vn.j I (FriHtiahe Ml,lw y )i?fMctifc t vm I ic !j.X"n it nas i jr n. ft bclifrcs in fair play, !HiJ in a. hcrJs under perfect care, tlwt, o; matrfwbat is rightly liis dr. specific infection, the nosure to G)Tr1iody knows that iftjkliam wa mats sicken with cbiraeteristic yiw- rMfr4 of tlie senatorslup sixsears ano totns and on 'reveal char luptmt&l the worst polit(tfl steal acteristjc lesions jif hog cholera -- if HsfMiinrtft UCnl '.... THe mojtretTanlo mtirrt oPprotecl-i:'K,l-oI I'M !!! against hoR cholcra.il the. uc lie wm, rightfully nominatedhut was cholera scrum atf the ocirayca ny ior Democrats who were nf anti-ho- g controlled by the, liquor Interests. By per time. Farmers are in every right he should have htyjfqo oppo- avvatc of the protettion sition this )car . jAjffiT" fcryiti,'nich Instances, .if.i .i-- 'i '.. 5. , Another reason for fMormgMr. ""MTf .TY:"i,ovc 'cqsii j ilAlfCafioit Iim Beckham is that he stand" sa.uarety ...... i(.,., nh u'.i.un. K.. ntmcnt'is t.l. I. K t again' the dominion of Kentucky hv not understood. g j, .1, the Liquor Trust. He has eloue more 1r r. -- JffltJCJii IjEt hog chrtUra in- w& fallti vtt; i!np cwirjiiung mMiviwMiyiiiw' jcrnw Is riot snffici . I 'If jock jaw. M :t .of fr anti-lKid- mere mii insure imc k r- itfrni wk ot a infeitixis tti c tmisK. K kIi Fi3 ' WT - iiLai ik pt j, VJ gs t; s 4 k . W ' E. D .'J ( '....m. a 4." f 4 Stf4.C: ' , n.i.- - i " ,!. 1 r . r n 't -- ,fc - yr i'v, . fl&IA .V- - t ' IT, as our s 'i . eyery.dayj Mkir We; .t-jf- r and' in opier is "wehayede JB a short" whi New good - not attended: .Uwiidi. i IIW IWT;v' i mnaHvi vwmmt-mw.- to nfh otj1liBf?H l' ;' KK i 'v VS.-.- - "?P - "&' -r'Ji .: U e tj. 5. fBBffif "3W , r noun-nating- r . . yJ fGTaaaai U-S- tie-n- ac-u- al -Opposite Court House TrD. Neyland HK'. jM. . mm, . iMMffHisBl , : i r -T ' I t For Refrigerators, Water Window Screens and Screen Doors; T ':M JllaU V 1 Pre-ach- cr g, sweet-scente- d SPECIAL ON White Shoes and Oxfords . White Button Oxfords, worth $2.00, for 98c the pair. Don't fail to get a pair. V ?M w j, 1 a, ' ff e. i. AT L.L. SANDERS, Crab i . Orchoi. ' j' Keve-lation- s, W I I .Q ! IT I Cream Freezers. Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54aT , . A 'ILMSZMSUZ J? prJ .! GEO. H. RRRRIS; Stanford, Kentucky SPECIAL TRANUpCCURSION I wl jl 'a ."i. I 1 Antwind Primply ar CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JULY 19th ' Dr. John Cook, V.S. ID. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office Phone 194; Residence 204 ;: STANFORD, KENTUCKY 5 Per (ent farm loans $1,000 to $200,000 Let ui Eipltia, II HARRY High-Class JACOBS Monuments $.5Q Round Trip $.00 Round Trip F rtfi.!!" j "" 9nB ', ' Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords. 4 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Dr.Henryl.Casey Codi You Nothing Manufacturer and Dealer in Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Closed on Saturday Telephone No. 164. STANFORD, KY. We Save You Money W. KING & SON Oicipiide tad Short Sli. SPECIAL TRAIN Veterinary Surgeon DANVILLE, KY Litm JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. J s. fi OPPICE NEXT LOOAN'S - ITBI Lexington, Kentucky ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. p - y .j r Sl " i :, 'ym