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Mtfh IKfc INFERIOR Lkxteftoa Herald Straw Vote Barbourviltc, Ky., July 18. Former Former Governor J. C V. Hcckham led in the straw vote for United States Senator taken by The Lexington Herald staff correspondent aboard the mountain agricultural special, at Harbour-vill- e. bv nearly 3 to 1 over the com bined rate of Iiss two opponents, Governor McCrcary and Congressman U wilcy Stanley. Hcckham friends arc enthusiastic and say that among the country folk he will poll the lit)) Dtmocratic vote. n.e straw otc at Uarbourvillc re- . XXNTUCKT, TUESDAY, JULY Journal 21, 2914. TMi It at Watch the Dstt KtMw Your Subscript! Ttpt Stop Wke 0 ItktNM Ft Ymt MM TUESDAYS AND FXIBAV r. 'ftlttCTt A MMRBPtM tUf Mf OF THE COUNTRY PAPERS HAVI lO SAY OF SENA TOMAL NACE IN CLOiINO DAYS OF THE CAMPAIGN tWPW)8 XMM WWWBt JrMvfMC j VWW1" Kc4fcACr COnCHfCfl rnhMitctarv'in thcerlnwry "ssfark. v PA Kkva.v;nri--l UHv .."i ".t"."7 " i '. ?"" (a 1 ma tfcrhm ! the Twcs-jk- y .jk vefe'of'any ttrtgrcMMMkl v kt HK"isIWfwe('e "sweeping county Dckhm majority in waviesiand Owensboro, VJ the eity.of the largest democrat- -fries cowrty has Da- Thif va the wttermctt Kmw Urey Weed- pm on tfce'StMtorfel race, and since thii.eeti- HMtf WetfcrAtMiMt'ltt- Mt 0VVK ESEEE(',r-r'ilEEEEEEEEET ' 9 ,:, ', ' V'yEB o w i. A tpeeial Jft?H, district, aowrty in the Second from Owensboro 20- .-J f r ..eejtttam spoke here today to a crowd of mre than, lt80 pconlc and was giv- -i V meet--,- , enthusiastic reception. He Ihii always, been strong in Owensboro, it is a remarkable fact that in this July CW Mi BEEEECV iw ' ,f;;3EgEaBEE f""1ii irittMfi' ''B EJl; ht 'tJ' '-- every- mcn- - f k , '- - , I ' 'vt 'ZTT,, a p ? firemen, 'aMbtccn policemen, and the HrettalC'ininr 'brigade, as well as nwRy'of-tJtrowsty officials, arc earn- -' fitly iutpottinFf'hlm. Itolhof the nrui- seem JFnendly to his candidacy 'OrcyAVowlson, in an editorial in the Messenger tomorrow will say "rhr MessenKcr has not felt inclin. ed to take a hand in the Senatorial contest that has been on in Kentucky for months, and which is now to close, so far as the nomination is concerned, in the next ten das. "It Wes none of these candidates anythine. It has served all of them re peatedly In the past. It will give to the nominee of the Democratic party, when the primary votes hae been counted, the best support at its com mand. and will do its utmost to insure his election in Noemler. "The primary contest beinir now, however, irtually at an end and the leading candidates having canvassed from "ninety to one hundred counties, it is not difficult, In vlcW of the Messenger opportunities for observation, to predict the result. It take) no great political pronhct to do this. "Mr. Hdlkliam will win the nomination hands down. That wjs evident three months, ago. Nothing has mean while transpired to change the situ- alion. Mr Stanley has made a most vigorous canvass. Me is nil indefatigable worker and a wonderful talker Hut he seems to have made little headway. Gov. McCrcary has mafic none ai all. lloth of them lime encountered a wave of public sentiment that it was iniixmiblc to brook. "The people do not seem to iae lwcn imprcsteil with pcrfcrvid oratory on the part of any of these candidates The one central idea with them is that a great wrong was done Hcckham five jcars ago when, as tnc democratic nominee for Senator, he was slaughtered in a Demccratic Legislature, defeated by the laws1! and corrupt use ?f money. ."The scandal of that senatorial election was much crcatcr than the I.ori-mscandal. It warranted imcstiga-tio- n and criminal prosecution, but, strange to say, it was neer imesti-gateThe memory of It, tiowcxcr, has remained with the people and there is aiiHiui; them an irresistible determination to aengc th?t wrong and mdi. cate Hcckham at the polls this jear. "The Messenger has not been in hearty accord with Mr. Hcckham for some ears. It dees not fully aurcc with him in some of the positions he is now taking. It does not find it possible to enthuse oer linn, any more than it Iocs o.er Mr Stanley, but as a newspaper it, records faithfully what is going on in Kentucky today ''Opposition to Hcckham is usclcs. He will set more rotes. man mic xti in the primary than Stanley and Mc Creary combined Mis race for the nomination is won Further acrimonious speaking .hould be endril It can Ik onlv destructive of yirty harmony Ii is time to be locking forward to Nov " ember ty-oe er d. lcr of the yty Council,.and nractically all of the wt3CTicla. inchnlini; I wen. .EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE7 k fWHBv EEEEEEEEEW .:BEEMBSa m J. C. W. Beckham, of Kentucky, the man of the hour Kentucky Polities. In' this crucial year In IT1 t nv B From Stanley's Home County (I'rom Madison, illc llutler) Dixon. K).. July I Hon J. C W lteikham spoke? here to an audience tlut fillul I ho court house in bchalt of his candidacy for the senate. He was introduced by J. I). Raikcs. who read the following telegram "J. D Kaikcs, Dixon, Ky, we send greeting of Webster to )ou and Democrats county and to your distinguished guest :indKentuck)'s greatest democrat, Hon. J.C W. Heckhani. Henderson county will gic Hcckham KXX) good sober Democratic The shame of the otcs McNutt l.illard Courier Journ a 1 whisk lobby must be wiped out. SignDr. .1. C. Moscley. II. K Nilcs. G ed K. Sugg. I. I.. Cinnamond. It II. T, A. Conuav, K. C. Ward. A W llibb. U 11 Sights. T K. Sutton, Mar-i- n lvblen, J. II. Adams." Hig-gin- da) s the voters of Kentucky will num. inatc candidates for United "States Senator. For the long term the Democratic candidates arc J. C W. Hcckham, Gov. James II. McCrcary and . O. Stanley. There is much interest tnautieMed all oter the State in this race, and each candidate claims the lead. The way it looks to us, after reading reports from all over Kentucky. Mr Beckham will receive more votes than the combined vote of Gov McCrcary and Mr Stanley. And he should do so, Hcckham should have been given the nomination without opposition, as he was nominated six years ago by the Democratic voters of Kentucky and defeated in the Legislature by four men calling themselves Democrats. He is really the choice of the Democrats, who will again shejw their loyalty on August 1st next. We have nothing to say against Gov McCrear) and Mr, Stanle), but knowing Mr. Beckham as" we ilo having lived in his home town and having stct Ins remarkable record as Gover. nor of the State for seven years, ami ponced his stand for the right tiKn all matters of interest to the people wc unhesitating!, endorse htm for United States Senator. Mr Heckh.uu has made a clean race, not lowering himself by abuse of his opponents, and has gained thousands of votes Since starting his campaign He gentled is an exceptionally man, like his ancestors before him. and ilso like them, is a statesman that ranks with the best in the nation. He was Governor himself, grandson of a Governor, and the nephew of l Governor, coming from a family thit was considered among the best m the land. His moral character is alnc suspicion and his ability as a leader and statcs-n is well known beThe editor of The Jefferonin lieves Mr. Hcckham will carry Jcffcr son county outside the cit as nearly every democrat wc have asked about the matter has said he was for Heck-haWhen Mr. Heckhain was Gover. nor he was instrumental in having the saloons closed on Sunday m Louisville, and for that reason, as well as for his fitness for the office, there are a large number of Republicans and Indeoend eiits that will vote for h.m in the genMany wtnskj people wc eral election are told will vote for him in the Pri mary for the same reason as some of them are lor Sabbath observance and others fear to fight him on the prolnlti. lion question. Mr. Beckham's record as an official is iincmtalcd for service to the of Kentucky, and as he is by right the actual nominee of the Democratic party, his plurality and perhaps, majoritywill be large A vote for beckhim is a vote for tustice. a vote for a man of intelligence, and a vote for a man that will rank along with Woodrow Wilson. Ollie James and Swacer S bcr- ley. high-tonee Beckham's standing and out of the From a Jefferson County Paper tProin Jetfersoutowti Jeffersonian) mouth of a man with a nation-wid- e On August, 1st just fifteen more reputation Mr. Beckham doesn't deal in that kind il tonctits pr auy big and broad down to such ridge News. clap trap about his op He is too one else. and well bru m get a low plain ttrcckin- - Straw Vote In Lancaster Mercer By 500 Majority The word has gone out from the prominent democrat of Garrard county, took a straw otc among dem- Stanley headquarters to "claim everyocratic voters on the streets in Lancas- - thing.'' 1 he local Hcckham men realu Heck-haLong Term 47, Stanley 13, that such tactics have some effect on ter Saturday afrm.vm whkb umiIIuI the wavering In peifectiug their organi McCrcary 9. zation. With Judge Currey. Attorney Short Tern Camikn 39, Young 14. Kienon. Sheriff Morgan, Col. Chum. Spencer and Merriweather Smith and 3. Smith many other good leaders, the liecklitm-itc- s should carry this county by at least Two Bi Firms Consolidate five hundred. Harrodshurg Leader. One of the largest business consolidations ever perfected in this section of Shelby County For Beckham the state was made known last week, Hv The Shelby News said last week when the Cumberland Grocery Company and the George P. Taylor Com- mixing with the crowd here Monday it pany, merged. The Cumberland Grocery was plainly in evidence that tin- - fight Company m capitalized, at $.W0(XK), and over the Senatorial nomination in this has branches at Monticcllo, Hurnside. county, is between Hcckham and StanSomerset, function City, Lebanon and ley, with McCrcary not having a look-iIf the present governor is able to Glasgow. The George P. Talorcom. pany is the oldest produce house in the muster two hundred votes it will be exceedingly surprising Both sides conmountains of Kentucky, and its business runs the hundreds of thousands. Its cede this county to Hcckham, but as to with the sbe of his majority there is a conmain office is at Hurnside. branch houses at Albany. Ilurksvillf and siderable difference of opinion Somerset. W I Davidson is president of the Cumberland Grocery Company, A dispatch from Princeton, says that and N I. Taylor Is treasurer and J C W Beckham has the George P. Tit) lor Com- lead of the votes in this comity is atof the will be no charges in the tested by a oll of the Democratic pany. There management on account of the consoli- County I xecutive Committe. which dation. consists of a member from each voting precinct in the county The poll was taken at a recent meeting nl the comThe Best Medicine In the World "My little girl had dysentery very mittee held here and resulted as follows bad. I thought she would die. Cham- For Beckham, 6, Stanley 4, McCrcary 2. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Mr Stanley's speech in Louisville Remedy cured her, and I can truthfully say that I think it is the best medicine last week is making votes for Mr, in the world." writes Mrs William Or. Hcckham all over the state. People are tired of abuse and villification, especial, vis. Clara, Mich. For Sale by alt ly when uttered about a man of Mr. A n pres-ident An Article In Harper's Weekly (From l.lizahethtown News) One of the most puerile, misleading and false of all the absurd arguments being made by Mr Stanley and his managers was an attempt to discredit an articUv "Beckham of Kentucky," which appeared in a recent issue of The article vvas deHarper's voted to a review of Kentucky politics, giving high praise of Mr. Beckham's public service, and hearty approval of his Senatorial candidacy. In th" matter published in the Louisville Times, for which the Stanley Hcadnuartcrs stand responsible, appear the following statements relative to the above mentioned article The stand in favor of Beckham taken by Harper's Weekly, is apt to prove one of the most valuable boosts for the Stanley stock that has been made since the campaign began Fot Harper's Weekly, it will be recalled by all who were familiar with iho events that led up to the Democratic National Consent ion at Baltimore in 1(,12, is the paper which started out to strongly suport Woodrow Wilson for the Democratic nomination for President, and which the then Governor of N'ew Jrey, had to request directly to stop 1 he reason given by Woodrow Wilson, now Democratic President of the L uited States, was that, good d even though it vvas, the support of Harper's Weekly in a political campaign was a burden that Woodrow Wilson did not care to carry. this paper is supporting Beckham, ami Stanley- - and his friends feel a svmpa'hy for the former Governor in that he has to carry a load that Wood-roWilson cast off his back. This is maliciously misleading and untrue. It is a f.ict tint Col. George Harvev, who was editor of Harper's Weekly in 1912. very strongly espoused the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson for the Democratic nomination for tin presidency, and that Mr. Wilson asked Col Harvev io abandon such a lie (Wilson) helicvid that it would hurt, rather than help his cause It is also true that George Harvey and Henry Watlerson were later the leaders m a despicable effort to discredit Wilson's campaign and to defeat him for ill? The same Henry is perhaps the most implacable political enemy Mr. Beckham has in Kentucky. However. Col. Harvey has nothing to do with the editorial management of Harper's Weekly now, and has not had for some time. Harper's Weekly today-iedited by Norman Hapgood, and then is no periodical or journal in this country that is giving the Wilson administration more vigorous, loyal or intelligent support. Further than this: Mr. Hangood was for many vears one of the editors of Collier's Weekly. ami resigned when Lollicrs abandoned Democratic principles, and began its attacks on the Wilson administration. Mr. llapgood, according to what was minted in the papers, would not write for a periodical whose views were so much at variance from his. Democracy The Harper's Weekly under George Harvey is as ditlcrent from the Democracy of Norman d as the Thomas F. Ryan Democracy is Democracy is different that from of William J. Bryan. The News has no idea that Harper's Wccklv intends to take an active part in the Kentucky Senatorial campaign, nor do we believe that it would taste for it to do so. It to introduce to its readers in idvanie- the next Senator from Kentucky and acquaint them with some-o- f his volhical history and achievements The support of Harper's Weekly was burden under George Harvey, but under the unwaverirg supjiort it is (jiving Woodrow Wilson's administration, it is distinctly creditable. I he News before long will "Beckham of Kentucky," as coming not from a paper that says "No Prohibitionist can be a Democrat," not iniin a paper that denounced Woodrow Wilson as a "crook from New Jersey " not from a paper that has assailed and William J Bryan for twenty years, hut from a journal that so long ns it has been under its present editorial control has consistently, patriotically and intelligently upheld the hands of Mr. Wilson and his colleagues, and aid-e- d them in giving to the country a wie administration. We-eklintcn-tinneTo-da- y active-suppor!w",.i--.:tic:- :. Wat-terss Hap-good simply-wante- i P. O. INSPECTORS HERE BURGLARS BLOW MILL COUNTY Look SAFE AT HUSTONVILLE Over Stanford With View of Experimental Free Delivery Metropolis of West End, Is Visited by Progressive Ladles Get Together And Postofficc Inspectors Victor Beck. Robbers For First Time in Set on Foot Plans For Live and and Games, of Lexington, were in Stan- ford lucsilay inspecting the streets and About Ten Years Active Organltatlon inupiiig a map oi inc city, with a view making recommendations to the de For the first time in almost ten A number of live, progressive wom- of vears burclari tisitnl tin liitl ii nf en of Stanford got together last week, partment at Waslnrgton with experiwhile Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart was mental frco city delivery. Former Post- Hustonville Monday night, blowing the safe of the Hustonville Milling Comhere and organized what will known master J. C. Florence and Mayor A. H. as the Woman's Club of Lincoln Coun- Florence went over the town with them pany. They secured almut $14 and ty. Steps will be taken to federate with While the inspectors did not commit some checks, but payment on the has been stopped. the other women's clubs over the state themselves at all, these gentlemen No one heard the robbers and it is that they were very which (day so important a part in pro- seemed to ilsit-sulted: r not known vhat time they did their posiini Uickliam S2. McCrearv 3. Stanley 10. motion ot civic affairs in ihnr several lavoraiiiy impressed with Augustus H. Willson 21, li. 1'. lirnst communities and the Woman s Club tics of Stanford for the experiment, and work, the robbery not being discovered! may so recommend Mr, Beck is known till morning when the force started to here bids fair to be a power for good 10. to mute a number I ere. having clerked work. The safe was found with the m this community. Towers 19, Bosworth 33. m Penny's Drug Store a number of door blown off and the cash in it gone, Mrs. Stewart who is actively in George W. Joll, candidate for Unitamounting to about $14. Tools used by, with 'he organization work of years ago. ed States Senator on the Progressive the marauders in effecting an entrance ticket, got four votes, and John II. the Slate Federation of Woman's Club SAM W1LHITE GOES TO JAIL to the mill were stolen from the blackWilson, Progressive candidate for Con. made a short address detailing smith shop of Burdett Powell. steps, and work to be undertakgrcss, four votes. Bsd:-r.s- a Lair's bloodhounds were put on the cf Fsmiir Lincoln man Suren. I'ialis Iiac already been formulatAt I'mevilic the vote stood: trail as soon as the robbery was disrenders Him at Louisville ed for the establishment of a public Ii. Beckham K, McCrcary 0. covered, and are said to have made a AllCUStUS li. Wltliim. ' H. I Krnni brary under the auspices of the WomLouisville, Ky, Juy 17. Samuel M trail straight east for town on the an's Clubs. o. Judge Bailey and the other county of- Wilhite spent last night in the county Stanford pike. Many believe that the 2, Bosworth 2. jail, the barred window of his prison robbers were making fcr the railroad At Birca, Madison count, the Hcr-ali- l' ficials have very considerately set where they aimed to catch a freight fsro rscrr.s in t!i. touri bouse for rn..m s". hs third floor Gib-okinto-a ,t,BW. xolcj the city hall, where he served thirteen train near the trestle over the Stanford at the depot Bcrea is in Governor! the club meetings, in one of which the years as Controller of Louisville. His and Hustonville pike. Trains arc said old congressional .Mcrcar ilisinrt pMblic library will be established. About lipnd of $10,000. signed July 8, by Da- tc be slowing down at that point now a books have been donated so far to but he only broke cvtn with Stanley in the club, and others arc solicited from vid A Kelcr, when he vvas arrested on on account of somr new- - work on the dividing the opposition to the nominarailroad and it would have been an easy a charge of embezzlement and confessgenerous citizen. tion and diction of former Governor J. mailer for the burglars to hop a freight Meetings of the club will be held ed to a shortage of $14,000 in contracC W. Hcckham. point, Former Governor Augustus M. Will-so- n twice a month, the next session being tor s bonds, wis surrendered yesterday at thatand thus cither agoing nortli or south, make clean getaway. tftcrrwi by Mr. Keller, who said outran Colonel U. P. Krnst ammur scheduled for Thursday, July 30th. "I became convinced that the effort At the meeting last week officers me ucpuiiiicans anu seems to nave the to raise the money to reimburse the Severe Fire at Williamsburg nest ot the Covington liolitician. Only were elected and active work of organicity was absolutely hopeless and after seThe officers on" Progress ivee showed mi and be was zation undertaken. Williamsburg suffered from a severe consulting with my attorney and van-ou- s so enthusiastic 111 ackoc.ltllle Ronsrvell lected arc as follows: I. ! close friends, concluded that in lire carlv Saturday mornim President Mrs. Shclton Sauflcy. for President, that he forgot who vvas First Vice President Miss Annie iusticc to mvsclf I cnntil nn lnntor Tarry 's store was tound on tire about running for United States Senator on continue as surety for Mr. Wilhttc's 2 o'clock. The flames were coming out McKinncy. tlw Progressive ticket. Vice President Miss Mary appearance lor an examining trial, a back window when first seen. The Sl'll Iffir Intiifcnn V fin,.!.., n. fire spread to the Coi,rcgalionat which is July 29 in police court. at Lexington, received a decided uref. niggins Trembling and colorless. Mr. Wil church, on the west side, and the BelSecretary Mrs. J. S. Rice. encc for the Democratic nomination bite, in custody of District Detectives mont Hotel, on the east side, both ol Treasurer Mrs. G. G. Perry. for the short term and vvas practically Solicitation of members is now un- Yourell and St. Clair, arrived at the which were destroyed, but considerable (lie unanimous choice of those who exjail at 5:10 o'clock in the afternoon af- furniture from each was saved. Nothing pressed their preference In that contest der way and the officers state a was saved from the and representative membership ter two hours spent in an effort to find Gentry Hotel and store building. The The straw )ote at Bcrea showed the several srhall resia new bondsman. He was accompanihas already been enrolled. following results: ed by John Dudley Winston assistant dences were saved that would have results : burned had it not been for the new treasurer of the Fidelity &. Columbia For United States Senator, long The loss will BECKHAM SPEAKINGS Trust Company, who continued the waterworks system. term, Beckham, 0; McCrcary 3, Stanley quest for a bondsman. His efforts were reach $50,000, with insurance as fol3. Republican .Augustus Ii. Wijlson, 7; lows. Terry, $9,000 on stock $4,000 on Ernst, 3. Candidate for Senator at Danville Sat- without avail. . When informed by a reporter that building, $1,000 on church, $JWKJ on the For United Statc3 Senator, short urday and Lancaster Monday his bom! was forfeited. Mr. Wilhite neimont that was owned by Dr. Ii. S. term, Johnson N. Camden, II. Moes. The mystery of the fire is a mys "it Monday will be a big day in Lancas- said, can'tmust be a mistake" "I believe that Mr. Keller has tery, as there had been no fire aliout the ter. It is county cnurt tin tl.iT. nml in withdrawn from my bond," Mr. Beckham he said, "as building for days. Lights were turned addition, Gov. J. C. W. Hcckham, who I was talking to him over the tclcnhonf out except in the windows. (From Shclbyville Sentinel) is making a whirlwind campaign for No man in the whirl of political life uiiucu oiuies scnaior, win spcaK mere this morning, and he did not dron the Moonlight Schools in Lincoln of the Democratic party in Kentucky-stand- in the interest ol Ins candidacy. The slightest intimation of such intention so prominently forth in the pub speaking will be shortly after one o' There must be a mistake somewhere" Superintendent Garland Sinclcton and It vvas about 2 o'clock yesterday aft. his lic eye as teachers are determined to drive J. C W. Heck- - clock, nun Stanley and .McCrcary iiam. ;ot by accident, but, on the con- have already svokcn at Lancaster, and crnoon when Mr. Keller appeare'd at illiteracy from Lincoln county, and the Sixth district trary, m hot manly fights backed by the friends of Heckhm hac been anxious directeij the officer police station and have inaugurated a campaign for that in charge to have uiilliuciiing honor and courage and a for him to go there before the campaign Mr. which will Wilhite taken into custody, as he purpose moonlight be waged chiefly big brain has he won his spurs. He is closed They assure him a big crowd. schools, to be con. desired to be relieved. Before Detec- through the pride of his friends, and his enemies brass band has been engaged to stir ducted in Sept. Through the efforts by sad experience have also learned things. Beckham's friends arc claim- tives Voitrcll and St. Clair started for of Supt. Singleton and faithful teachto up the Wilhite home, 1605 South Third illiteracy of those between the appreciate his merit. He has never ing that he will carry Garrard county trcet, Mr. Wilhite was tojd over the ers, the 10 carried his contests beyond the legiti- by a big majority ages of and 20 has been reduced in telephone. On Saturday afternoon mate barriers of his party never. next. Gov day schools from 315 to 115 during When the officers reached his home the always lought in the open and al- Beckham will speak in Danville. Stan- about the past four years, which is amost re. ways fair. All he has ever asked for ley is the onlv senatorial candidate who formedhalf an lfour later they were in- nurkable record. Now the Superintendthat he had stepped out, bm is a hearing and, given it, acquitted has spoken in Danville in the present was expected back soon. This gave ent and teachers propose to attack the campaign. himself with credit and distinction. A big crowd is assured rise to adult illiteracy, there being 1,801 of a rumor that the former hear of Jleis aot young man in the primeable there Saturday afternoon topopular the had fled, and the report these deprived men and women ifi the lite, full as he is very health and vigor, and in spread rapidly. Leaving the Wilhite county 1,17, of whom are white and to do great service for the party in Boyle cou-t- y and will undoubtedly car- home the detectives returned aliout 624 being colored. This noble band, of the position that he aspires to the ry that cornt. forty five minutes later to find Mr. educators have the respect and admirasenate of the United States. Kentucky awaiting them. He had been tion of every citizen. They will be proLocal Mules Shown at Mt. Sterling Wilhite by Mr. Winston in wi'l be instantly recognized when m joined the mean- vided with tree books and supplies and takes his .seat for alike with every TheMt. Sterling fair began toda-an- while, and the four immediately stepped aided by the Kentucky Illiteracy Comsensible- - Democrat, we feel that Lincoln cotntv exhibitors will in into the police Jits and Mn mission at Frankfort. election is already assured him. es, well represented, csrccially in the mule Wilhite and Mr automobile began their Winston Kentucky will shortly again come into rings. Col. S. T. Harris and Robert fruitless quest for a new bondsman. Clarence Ruble Drowns In River In r own. and the Nation, rousing itself B. Woods sent over several represen"I have and looking the young champion oi tatives from their crack string and J. ing able tonot abandoned hope of beAbout 4 o'clock Friday afternoon raie money sufficient to Kentucky over, will say. "Well, well; II. Woods sent over a number of good redeem the bonds I hypothecated," Mr. Clarence Ruble, a prominent young man he is a pretty clean-cu- t fellow and one ones. In the Harris & Woods string Wilhite said. "No one will ever know-ho- of Jessamine county, was drowned in of the most promising young men in were six mules, the pick of which was tbe Kentucky river at Handy 's Bend I suffered a two year old marc, 16 hands high and trouble, have there is because of this whjch is known for its dangerous ihe mos' august body of the world." but His friends everywhere, from end to weighing 1,440 pounds. It will take if I ever get out of this one thing sure There have been three fa. I will make good whirlpools. em! of the State, gladly hail him as some mule to beat this one. They had and repay every penny I owe. This is talities there m the last fifteen years. four threes and two two year olds Jim a terrible thing but I have decided their chief and leader. in that Garrett Patterson was drowned Just to give a bit of advance notice Woods sent a couple of nice yearlings the only thing for me to do is to make the same place. The Rubles are a and to break the news gently : Beckham and a mare and a colt, ought to the bestof the situation." large family of prominent farmers in lias already- - gotten the nomination and will in their classes. Still Mt. Sterling Mr. Keller said he made a final ef- Garrard county. Several years ago has gone off with it. It is a runaway is in the mu'c country and they will fort yesterday to secure pledges suffi- they moved to Jessamine and rented t race, and Shelby counts will rol' up have to go up the best in the cient to enable Mr. Wilhite to redeem tire old Handv Place, now owned bv a big majority for him, too. Of course land. Bob and Jim Woods botli wen the bonds, but failed. J Dr. II L. McLean. A number of young this news may sound sudden, but we over to see the mule shows. men were in the river bathing. Clarence "A meeting of his friends vvas ran assure you it is good enough and he said, "and the situation vvas Rulle sank suddenly. His body was Friday night. He is survived true enough to place a safe bet on Mr thoroughly canvassed. Following that These Got By Cheap Heckhain that is, if you need the meeting I became convinced that it hv his brother, a twin brother, Clyde Kentucky candidates for Congresmoney. was a matter of utter impossibility to Ruble, and some other brothers and The Stanley men may fight Heckhain sional nominations, as required by law, raise the necessary money, and upon sisters. among those who have already filed Beckto their hearts' content. All that advice from my attorney and various ham's friends ask is that the Second being the following: Send This to A. 0. Stanley Alvan II. Clark, Republican, Third of my friends decided that the best district's man friends will support the thing for me to do vvas to surrender Washington, July 18. Believing that district, nothing. nominee. bond. It saying, without J. Frank Taylor, Republican, '1 lurd the ever, that I goes still his friend and he had received something to which he how was not entitled, Representative With, am district, nothing. 1 consistently erspoon. of Mississippi, as do has turned (From Fulton News) Roy Wilhoit, Fifth dis- can willing tohim." all that hack into the Treasury Department do for Majority Leader Oscar W. Under- trict, $2. When asked whether he had received $8250. That sum represented the Harve-wood of Alabama was nominated fur Helm, Democrat, l.ighth disan intimation that Mr. Wilhite was amount of his salary for four days United States Senator without cantrict, $2." preparing to flee the city Mr Keller during which he was away from Washvassing his state for votes. His sterJames P. Sp'llman, Republican Eighth replied ington recently on private business. ling ability had made his name a district, nothing, "1 received no such intimation. The face that Air. Witherspoon had rehousehold word. he stayed on of John J. Holtzclaw, Progressive, "1 felt that I had made every possi- turned the money leaked out today, deshis job in Washington, his democratic Eighth district. $25. money necessary pite his desire to keep the matter a seto I'linids in his home state nominated Arthur B. Rouse, Democrat, Sixth ble effort Mr. raise the from prosecution cret. Somewhere in the statute books t osave Wilhite him for Senator by a big majority district, $8800 there is a law which says a member if such a thing were possible." For two or three months CongressJudge Allen W, Barklev. Democrat. of Congress shall not draw pay for drawing a salary First District. has his petition ready man Stanley has the days he is absent and not attending A Deserved Promotion of $02500 uer month without being at for filing and it will show an expendihis' public duties. The law, howCommander Carlo B. Brittain, of to ins posi oi iimy in vvasumgiou, out ture of $475. regarded as a canvassing Kentucky for U. S. Senator Richmond, has been promoted to the ever, has generally beenwun Air. wan- dead letter, tiymg to persuade democrats to vote rank of Captain according to a dispatch erspoon. tieisut not so Somebody Stole Dry's Petition lor him. tiom Washington, the rank ot Cap- his tour days voiuntaryiiy asurrendered ray, and as result, tne The petition filed by the Mrys" of tain in the navy corresponds to that UnlikeUnderwood and Barklev. mierscn county at Lawrenceburg. last of Colonel in the army, and is a posi government is just that much richer. Stanley seems to be afraid to risk the Tuesday has been stolen, i and County people unless hca comes down and lection of dignity and oower. Cant. Brit Bradley's Widow Gets $7,300 tures them relative to his own great Clerk Cook says he has no knowledge tain is stationed at Washington with of the time or maimer of its disappear In the General Deficiency Bill reportness. duties at the department. He is a brotheance. Wednesday evening Mr. I ook r-in-law On the same principle, wc might e of Mrs. W. H Shanks of ed lo the Senate, an allowance of $7,500 is made to Mrs. Margaret D. Bradley, a farmer would hire a man and nut the petition in a (dace known only this city- then allow that hand to quit his work by himself and the county judge, as widow of the late Kentucky Senator. and gallop over the country trying t he thought, but the next day when the This is her late husband's 'salary for a Causes of Stomach Trouble year, which is paid to her in accord ml a better job, drawing his pay while receptacle wa opened, the paper was Sedentary habits, lack of out of door ance with a general custom. The bill away from his duty. There is not a gone. Jailer Sicrs says he saw a light mastication oi also carries $7.i00 lor purchase of a County Clerk's office about 10 exercise, insutnctent larmer m the country anywhere who in the would think of doing such a foolish o'ejock Wednesday, but. thinking the food, constitution, a tormd liver, worry site and commencement of the public thing. Then, if a farmer could not af- clerk ot his deputy; were at work, he and anxiety, overheating, partaking of Barbourvi e. S5.000 for a site at l.liza- The loss was food and drink not suited to your age buiiding at Glasgow, $4,300 for a site at ford such neglect, why should the peo- made no investigation. ple as a whole allow it by one of their discovered when counsel for the "drys" and occupation. Correct your habits betlitowu, and $4,850 for a site at public servants? The people know Mr. filed a supplemental petition, bringing and take Chamberlain's Tablets and you The measure also provides Stanley as well as they know either of the number of their signatures up to will soon be well again. For sale by all sixty days pay tor the clerk ot the late 759 dealers. his opponents, and the- democrats would 841, The lost p?ner contained Senator Bradley . be more inclined to support him if he names. The 'wets" filed petitions for separate elections to be held for the would stay with his job in WashingStings or bites of insects that are High Honor For Camden city of Lawrenceburg and the town of ton like Harklcy and Underwood. Another Senate precedent has been followed by swellings, pain or itching. A straw vote taken by the Lexington Tyrone on the same dav as the counIt was broken Saturday should be treated promptly as they are Herald gives former Gov Willsou a ty election, September 28 The petition shattered. SNUW vvas selected fnlsonous. HALLAKU5 poison. It js majority of more than 2 to over Rich- for I iwrencehurg contains 209, and that when Senator Camden the President Marshall to serve as ard . Krnst for the-- Republican seua. for Tyrone 118 names. cting Vice President pro lenioic of both antiseptic and healing Price 25c torial nomination. the United States Senate. This is said 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' drug store and Lyne Bros., Crab Ord Lightning Destroys Barn in Casey to be the first instance of a (From Midway Clipper.) Lightning struck the barn of J. R. Senator being chosen to pre- chard: Mr Stanley's I.ouisville- - speech was Carson, near Phil, Casey county, last side over that even for a few that week and it burned to the ground, to moments. Senator Camden presided for practically ail acknowledgement Dr. J. C. Hales died at Richmond Ins cause is lost, for if he is on the top gdher with two last week, aged 60 vears. A wife and pair of good mules, a three hours. wave- - of victory why was it necessary harness horse-- , two new wagons, loaded two daughters survive. for him to devote practically all of the with newly threshed wheat, besides A Good Investment personal abuse ot Air Hcckham! corn, hay and farming implements were time io W D. Magli, a well known merchant In every home where there is a baby, If he is as sure of victory as he pro- bullied up. 1 he barn vvas partly insurof Whitemound, Wis, bought a stock there should also be a bottle of fesses to be-- whv didn't he make that ed. of Chamberlain's medicine so as to be be BABY ELIXIR, It may speech a sort of triiiinpli.il oration able to supply them to his customers. needed at any time, to correct sour of pitching it on the very lowest If you feel "blue," "no account" lazy, After receiving them he was himself stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum. plane of slander and billingsgate That nu need a good cleaning out. E taken sick and says that one small bot- nicr complaint. It is a wonderfii) remspeech has shown to tin people of is the right thing for that pur- - tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and edy, contains no opium., morphine or the character of noliliciau Mr Stanley is, and the-- interests lint are poe It stimulates the liver, tones up Diarrhoea Remedy was worth more to injurious drug of any kind. Price 25c ,.irLiiii, bint nml Iil i ,..,.! ,,, 'ie stomach and purifies the bovvclt. him than the cost of the entire stock and 50c per bottle. Sold by Shugars' show their disapproval of him m tw Trie 50c. Sold by Shugars" drug store of these medicines. For sale by all drug store, Stanford, and Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. uncertain terms at the AugiM jrttn.r. 'and I.yue Bros, Crab Orchard. dealers. WOMANS CLUI FORMED IN LINCOLN .W-'- rl l. lat-te- r tl-- ,. Ioers wj.r -- i-rj S; g "4 !. very-larg- e Gi s He-ha- s 'H -- aga-'r.s- call-ed- .'' v e n sup-pos- Hod-genil- le - e 1 1 newly-appointe- 'S o lull-luck- HKR-B1N- v W ,U v. ; t' A iW -- k v . - J I a - J. iiSmMHffrtta-'- isfc.feV swafefra ; iuXi . Ajfajtr'M vr .i - Am.r 'tris! .i. k- .i .iV ;.al o J v T T w.r ,' ., ' 'V .vx f .v r wivt TUB nttlftfOt mi Tn In bttritr JmtmI "TjM""1""" Tl tMfcLTUN M. BAUFLKY v- - iji Do Wot Bay a 1914 Ante When II A TKAB VTrttClLT IN ADVANCB tnlnU al M tHffln 4ciJ rlt mail WMftir. To every at ( fn MEN'S SHIRTS THIS SWELTERING HEAT SENDS THE COAT TO THE HANGER and EXPOSES THE SHIRT every kere and yoke and button is seen; so you are required and expected to wear a You Can Get a (fiend of Heckham He will win if jou go out anil vote Saturday, Aug 1st. Don't forget it. di r,v mrT, 'i I, ' 1915 MODEL all sold before HEARD ABOUT TOWN Caslucr Harry C llautflitnan, of tlic for Iclt today First National llo-iTamos, Fla, and other point! in ,the soutn, to spene 111s lacauon. During stlictit $uick the 191 5 Model Buicks were June, the Buick Company has made an early announcement on the new models. These models will be practically the same as last year, (191 4) with a few improvements, and at a reduction in price, as follows: As C-- 24 I he damage. viealherboatdinit was torn off, a section of the roof, but, luckily, the uam.ige wjl not serious. struck the residence of H. J. on Logan acnue and did some the storm last week unlit-nm- s J. D, Eads was "Lack home" in Stan-ror- d early this week a few days on business. Mr. Iiad says Shelby county is sure to go fur licckham in the senatorial race He fns there arc only four men in ins precinct against ucckhom. McCarty and Anderson, the hustling rord agents. nac recently sold louring the first of cars to W. F. Uishon. on the Somerset pike, and to J. M. Carson at Phil, Casey ocunty. frank North, ol llustonville, bought a reat rvnauut. that Col. J. I Chandler is very low. and hit friends fear that the end is not far off. Rev. T. G. Livinsston. his life long friend, preached for him a day or so ago., which the sick man seemed to appreciate very much. many Mai or A. B. Florence, for years assistant postmaster here, went tt. Lrab UrcharU last week to assist r'o&t. matter Kd Gooch in "gettinK onto" the ropes in the office. Mr. Florence says that Mr. Gooch "caught on" quickly ami wil make a tirst class otticial in every way. atzxz cc.es iron. r,cr .cui (.itch Almost anything your especial taste should call for, we can furnish. Of course. Whites always take the lead, and we show them to you in WHITE PLEATED at $1.00 and $1.50. White Negligees, without collars, or collars attached,, at 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Hair Lines, neat black and white effects, good every day in the year, at 50c, $1.00 and one dollar and fifty cents. Fancy Striped and solid Tans and Bluesdon't show the soil like the light colors. They are light weights, beautiful, very stylish; one dollar, dollar fifty cents and two dollars fifty cents. Sizes 14 to 19. good SHIRT ' ft ' Small Roadster, except speedometer H. $900.00 J. McROBERTS Christianity in Fly Time A FARMER came to the pastor ot his congregation and asked that his name be taken off the church books. "What is the trouble, Brother Jones?" asked the pastor. "I supposed you were a faithful follower of the Lamb." ''Well, 1 sorter believed that myself, but there is Justao use talkin', a man can't serve the Lord when he has to milk four cows in fly time. After the first heavy frost I'll try this church business again, but Just now I either have to sell the cows, give up the church or be a durncd hypocrite." No Med lot Brother Jones quilt iitf hit church ot selling ha rpwt. Peuiy hs gt tk flies heel t mile, Juit go nght teto hu drag Dor tnd tell him to get yew 25c ua el KriSO Dit. Isle it home, use it u diluted on the Ubel, and you caa dk your cow in peace (na rteppteeu. Penny's Orusj Star, Stamford, Ky. C-2- 5 6 Small C-3- " Large Roadster, including " nger " $950.00 $1185.00 $1235.00 $1650.00 C-- 37 Large five-passeng- er n 6-cyli- C-5- 3 a tires on the rear wheels of all models. No side Instruments. lamps, use dimmers .on the head lamps. Boards of all Models on dash and directly under wind shield. starting, lighting and ignition. This New is the most expensive electric starter built for Automobiles. Wasv used on all the 9 3 Models and proved satisfactory in cars such as every way. It is regularly used on Anti-ski- d Delco System 1 1 high-pric- ed Cadillac, Hudson, Oldsmobile. equipped with front and rear license brackets. The Buick Co. still uses the famous valve in the head type of motor that they have used since the first Buick was built in 905. This type of motor carried away the prizes in IndiAll Models 1 anapolis oo-mil- e races for the past three years. fcr They are guaranteed to deliver 25: per cent, more power than any other motor of the same size, and not consume as much gasoline. Turkish upDemountable rims, straight side tires, 12-iholstery and many other features net found in cars that cost more than a Buick. n. Deliveries July 20th. are using. Atk any of the following Buick owners what they think of the Buicks they Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr. The protracted meeting still goes on at the M. E. church. Good crowds in attendance. Ke. l'olhtt, of Lancaster, is doing some good preaching. There were no services at the Baptist church on Sunday as had been an nounced, Rev. Owens giving way to the Methodist brethren. Mr. and Mrs. I). O. Lewis, of More- land, visited 1'rof. Cyrus Johnson and wife. Mr. Lewis lived "oar here a few years ago and our people would all .c to have him uacK as a citizen. Mrs. llascom Archer and handsome daughters have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. Foley. Arthur Miller was in Lancaster Friday. Messrs. John T. Rigsby and Logan Thompson motored to Mt. Sterling. Mrs. 11. T. Lunsford continues ouite poorly. .Mr. ami .Mis. hebaam, ot liarrarei vritid relatives here last wcik. I'rof. Lovell is new at Louisville. whore he will annul school for some tune. Mrs Lovell and two handsomt little sons will make her father, Mr. R Mc Muter and fanulv a protracted visit at their home on Drake's Creik i'rot. Lovell taug'it at Crab Orchard on lat term. Miss Carne N.ivlor visited the Mists Smith. The residence of Mr Lvan came very neir bung consumed by fire nalurdav. Prompt work on the part of Mr J 1! Hutchins aided by neighbors aed the structure. A defective flue caused the trouble. This is the fifth time this house has caught fire-- . i lit Sampson and sister, of Ma- wooil, .Mrs. K. II. liatril. Little Miss Ida Pa ton Jordan is at I'l.icwlle, the guest of her grandpa, Kev. Kobcrt Jordan. Dick Williams and wife visited Mrs H Cummins. Thej live near Lancaster Mrs. John Hell and little son. Ma- briaii, of Corlnn, are here. Mrs. llarvcv Cress and little datigh ter, lioldie, of Cincinnati have return ed home after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs J. M. Cress. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. KrcO D chouse is quite sick. iiurch flestcr and wile, of near Man. fo.-visited Mr and Mrs. D. M. An dcrson. .Miks .Mar) Banks Anderson, of Stanford, visited her friends Misses Carrie and Grace Anderson. Miss llu l'ettus was home from bprmgfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Aaylor visited f. Miller and family. Miss Mary Petius will teach a fall term ot school at Hubble. Mrs. lUbccca l'ettus and family a family reunion Sunday. All of her children were present except one, a daughter in Kansas. Qtz Anderson, on Stingy Creek has the largest tobacco m this section. ihom.'.s Breedlove is quite ill of .heumatism. Our school will begin in September, we understand The text bexks are not ready yet. Prof. Johnson and Prof Hutchins will teach again. ul PREACHERSVILLE THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE Very few women or men seem to care to Tango or get Dancing Exercise unless they are assured the freedom Irom aching leet that Aliens foot-Eas- e, the antiseptic powder to be shak en into the shoes, always gives. Since the tendency to hold Dancing parties has become almost a daily and hourly necessity in every community, the sale so the Druggists of Allen's Foot-Lasreport, has reached the 25c Trial mark. Sold Everywhere package FREE. Address Allen E. Olm-steLcKoy, N. V. e, high-wat- oooooo oo ooooooo &. - & NOTICE 5 per cent penalty & St added to school tax. ugust lo. CJ 1914. L. R. Hughes. Treas. 58-t- d ft h & TO MAMMOTH August 11th, 1914 The Reduction CAVE Last Great Roots & Horbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded ftccordtaff to the Origin! & x. elusive Formulas) ft Recipes of Charlie Wfclte-Xoo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailment. Endorsed In the Bible. Thousands of Teatimoniala. the Great Body-TonSCIENCE 80PJC, for the Human Skin Only. Aak your drug-gis- t, or write COlf-CElf-SAic Round trip railroad fare $435 Board the several at Cave Hotel including routes in the Cave for $5 50 Making total cost for two days' trip $"J85. go mg on regular morning trains 4 40 A M Limit on tickets 10 davs VMr oi phone L. & N , Agent. 5-6 News of the Churches Anl Snrlrtw if lhr Christian church, will meet Friday with .Mrs II U. 1'hillips. Kev. I' K .Mclntvre, ot Harroelshurg will assist in a meeting at N'eal's Creek iKUinnine.' Monday niuht. August 3d All arc invited. At the t'resUylcnan church the mid veek service will be on Wcilnes day evening. July 22. at 8 o'clock Sub lect the I'raver Lite ot IJaniel learty welcome te all. Thr OARLIE TWCivkjBaUlirf osieiKSTon or ninsxn ctntm imui irmtiEs WHITE-MOO- Mrs. CHARLIE Iroadway WHITE-MOO- N 4 tCIESCt MM 3731 West Letiisvirto, Kentucky he-I- Cyclone on Prices and Last Sweeping Prices on Low Cuts As we have to make room for Fall Shoes $3.50 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 and and and and $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.75 Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' and and and and Gents' Gents' Gents' Gents' now at $1,000 REWARD H PRICE 1 will be paid to any one who can prove that Indian New Discovery now at now at now at will not do as represented. It has cured aundreds and thousands of aches and pains such as rheumatism, neuralgia, kidney trouble, sick headache. Recom11 prominent practicing phymended by sicians. Sold and guaranteed by $2.65 $1.85 $1.39 $1.19 Shugars' Drug Store 50c and 11.00. A full line of Misses' and Little Gent's Oxfords and Sandals, in all leathers, we will now sell to clean up. A big assortment to select from and of the best makes. Such prices you have never heard of before. Call and see these bargains as they won't last lone. Dr Wra. ElHott, Lancaster, Ky. J. D. Jackson, Danville, Ky Jno. Hoskins, Jr., Danville, Ky. Thomai Cherry, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. P. Bourse, Lancaster, Ky. Amon, Lancaster, Ky. K. L. Burton, Buckeye, Ky. R. D. Burton, Bryantsvillr, Ky. J. C. Eubanks, Stanford, Ky. John Baughman, Stanford Ky. Mr. II. Jacobs, Stanford. Kv. Mrs. G. O. Perry, Stanford, Ky. Mr. W. K. Shugars, Stanford, Ky. Dr B. B. Montgomery, Bryantsvilje Ky. Mr. W. S. Glore, Danville, Ky. Mrs. K. M. Tate, Danville, Ky Mr. John Chestnut, Danville, Ky. Dr. Hopper, Perryville, Ky. Mr. Jno. Boner, Hickman, Ky. Mr. A. Longo, Danville, Ky. Mr D. W. Mahan, Danville, Ky. Conn & Arnold, Agts., I Danville, Kentucky HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in Higk-Class Monuments Service-Guaran- fhta!itTtMur teed Original Designs and Prompt TsJepbose Quality Connections at all and MarDie yuarnei. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill Closed on Saturdays Crlte STANFORD, KY. Wo. 164. TO THE PUBLIC I represent the largest and best , clothihg house in. this counHianlorl, Kj HtJt ball fitir ill co iUin ittr ludxra fratrroallr invltrd to U try kd V. I'nce & Co, Chicago. Ill . W. llttLANU. Bm'i. prtwDt. J. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, the advantage one valuc paid ron A gives me practical tailor. overyou who is not a If will give mc our order 1 will promise you a tiiuare deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My spring & line of samples ready for your LOUISVIllX. KV, inspection. Call and let me show you. ESTABLISHtO 183 7 H. C. HUPLEY, Th Practical Tailor. LtnrolD LoJ( No. 80 V. m A M.. umIi It itattd coinmunicAtloD on each Iir.t and tbird Mnrda uilita uf tach month al T o'clock la itn-etmade-to-ord- Masons' Meetlno er lr. died suddenl) Wednesday morning 15 at the home of her parents three miles west nf hustonville Although she had been m ioor health for a )ear, no one suspected that the end was o near Funeral services wen- - con. ducted at the home em Thursday morn ing bv Kev. Kaugh, luslur of ilu.lon ville Christian church aftet which interment took place in Husti nville cemetery Deceased is survived by her mother and father, one brother, Curtis Uussell and a baby sister all of whom have the dee nest sympathy of a lunt of friends in this dark hour of gloom Mary was the sunshine and happuui of that home and we realize the loneliness which surrounds the bereaved parents and brother. Mav thev find comfort in the thought that they shall mi it her again with the anges around I.e. throne of (md. Her life was indeed one of beauty and purity and we wonder why one so pure and sweet a fair young girl, just building intu ."ting womanhood, had lo be taken from our mnUt hut ur bather know. best and we must how in submission to his will. Modi st she was, of spirit kind as gentle as the dew Her life was sweet l murmuring wind, or bird that ever flew, placid, contented hut to find, the loble anil the true, and love so graced her soul in every part All loved her in return for her warm heart DOLLY WOOLFOKD McIU-F- . II, Mary rvclyii, the fourteen year old daughter of Air and Mrs. C. C. Rus-- i Noble Young Girl Passes to Reward lulj Writes Back Home mus Cordial, who moved to the ast Lnd ol Lincoln from Law rt nee ounty, wrote the following newsy liter to the llig handy News m recent issue' To my many friends of Lawrence count, I will write all through the of my old home paper, the llig sandy News. I have been lure three ears since left Wilbur, Laud here in this county has advanced since A Mr. Ualley, ot came here mar V. Va, has purchased of Huntington, loth Wilson a farm near lure ofr $5,(K) Many other farms sold too numerous to lie laiul heie lays level ami mention. roiling, ami is wen auaiucu tor corn. i i.i is, ulu at, rye, buckwheat, Irish sweet potatoes, etc. Corn crops ire splenilul, wheat is goou, saul to he erv teller than ever known for vear., little siekness in this count). is 1 1 Robinson's Dakota Jack's 'ksBBaBB i INDIAN REMEDIES have mad hit name famoua all ovar tha United Stataa and Canada. i Compoted of Roota, Herba, Barka and Berriea. Far treatment of Human Oiacaaaa. Punlcy'a Indian Heiba-- 4S Daya' Treatment, Dakota Jack'a Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack'a Creme Soap, I'rlce 10c. 3 bars $1 A.MClb COKI)lL . Three Neeroea Arretted Deputy Slicrifl lolin Moter arrested iliree iie'Kroe " the MilIcilfieMne m tion, mi a cImikc of ilisttirliitie,' relicious worship, and inlaid t.iein in jail Tiii day 'llie) are James, Wallace am, Iko McCortnack, and they arc charged worship at the ei lured Mcth odist church at Millcdrevillc. N 4IbbfIbbbbbb1 KfiePttB !pjBa.iBBBBB 00 25a 28 "tl omaiNAToa or PURSLRY'9 INDIAN HERBS DAKOTA JACK The Nortnwcitem Cowboy All on sale at Shuoars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack'a Home Addreaai Atlanta, Cau WiiWm9 a ef ONE DROP COtCCON J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'CUry Cathf r Icciunti and Nitis Account! and Nolei collected and Clatnii ol all kmdi looked after anywhere in the United Stales. AliNiilulely S'i (.'liaritea I'n. I rax rollrrtlon U mnilr Our lyilcm Iteti the money. A trial will conwnce you. Bank trlricncei Wri'e today. P01LTBY CUBE HIDES 'SKINS JOHN WHITE CO. are-r.o- MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Sonietiel, Ky jH VsJ f. .WTWrW Hg Bouheit F.tr.itf Co. CDoltrt, dlarrboea ind oilier cbict Out lottio maka U pa 'orr ol ce tut .t all J'iTfcl' ' Oi- bamr:u and tobklet in dovna cfcl.k' tbroflt curet few tbe Sai'ta. A iwterdrciw In and curea rrcents ilcac. Itiiva, I) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEIt Dealers in Furniture Matting, Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEI ture Exchanged for all Kinds Office Phone 187. Heme PhtM . Of Stock. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. STANFORD. KENTUCKY 8 i h tqsruKXfzzr vC-- ' .. .l. ,Mk, A," - SW 4 "air " f .ri'o ti."") ft' tW if' -- , ty j Ar- v . m-VL J ir TM1 1HT1W VtyL JbAKWljk EtHTWCKT TBKSBAT, WtT at, 1914, K.. VT. r 1.3a. 2 - -- , ,; i. .! BULLETIN NO. 2 ", v ir A' of Our Great Stock Reducing Sale. two weeks of brisk selling we still have some small lots that we cut the second time to make a clean sweep. at but a fraction of their real value so come early. For Percale Dresses, 75c value. Aftr 'AC They are priced For Black Lawn and Crepe Waists, 50c value. 49c For Electric Brand $1.00 and $1.25 Gingham and Percale Dresses. For Electric Brand Gingham and Percale Dresses, worth $1.50. For Electric Brand Gingham and Percale Dresses, worth $2 and $2.25. For Crepe Dressing Sacks, worth 50c. For Children's Knit Summer Union Suits, 6 to 14 years, $1.50 m' v, For White Pique Skirts, ue $1.00. val- For White Pique Tunic Skirt worth $1.50. $1.25 For White Ratine Tunic Skirt, worth $1.75 3Lc For fast color Lawns, worth 5c. f- - 37c r . ' For White Middies, worth 50c 67c worth For White Middies, $1.00. ioc For Children's Dresses, worth 50c. For Children's Dresses, worth $1.00 For choice of odds and ends in Ladies' Low Shoes, worth up to $3. $2-5- 0 For real pretty Wash Dresses regular price $5.00. For all colors in Beads for for the neck, worth 25c. lOc worth 25c. For Ladies' Linen Dust Coats worth $5.00 $2.50 95c For Boys' Pat or Tan Low Shoes, worth $2.00. 25c For Children's White Canvas Oxfords and Shoes, worth $1.00 and $1.25. Is the price of any Suit in our house that is worth up to $30 Each for Palm to a Customer. icFansonly 5 For Fringed Carpet Sample Rugs, worth $1 and $1.25. For choice of fancy and black skirts, worth up to $5 $2.75 For choice of Fancy and Black Skirts, worth up to $8.00. $4.75 19c $4-8- 5 $9.75 Half Price Is all we ask for odd pair Lace Curtains Is a sensational price on tailored suits worth up to $15. 19c For Little Girls' Gingham Aprons. r i' For choice of 15 pieces pretty Crepe choice of the season. Seyerance Miss Lie Tnompson, of Cincinnati is l'rof. W C Wilson is at Crab Orch. the guest of Miss Natic) Viantr ard Springs for several das. eager is spending Mrs. Susan B Mis J. F Holdam Came down from scvir.il davs at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. John Curry, of Lexington, is Crab Orchard to sticnd a few davs visiting Mr. Will Mathcny .iiss hthel Waltir. of Lancaster, has Mr Ciorge Kimt, of I'arts, spent Maggie Dellordc Mi is visiting been visiting Miss Mattie Le Huliliu- - Stinda) lure with .Iis5 Anna Uarnn. Miss Btssie Hill tins n turned home Miss Ilcssu I'ickctt. of Slullivville relatives and friend at May wood Mrs. Jesse I). Wearer; is alilc to be is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Sever- aftir a visit to Miss l.ucili Walton at Liclunoiid ance. out after several daj' illness. Mrs R A. Ashiirv, of I.Utle Rock. Mrs D W Mahan. of Danville. sp nt Mrs. W. O Speed and Miss h.i I lojd ITtiesdav with her mother, Mrs . Ark, is the guit of lur nioihir, Mrs. of llustonvillc. were here today . Lharlotte Warnn Mrs. Win. J'orter has retunuil home Mohlcy. A L. Niviiis, of Winchrsttr, spuit tin t. M Best, of Millcrshurg. is after a visit to relativis and friends in iiih!t with his mothir, Mr- M.ittn lure hi tin in'irist of the Millerstiurg I.ancater. These Prices in Force Until Lots are Closed Out. fc Llaiipn ot mar Son ncoir. PERSONAL ul SOCIAL WHY WEAK LUNGS? , , I I Jcic the countrv Mr. J S Clark of Winchester, was the uct of Mr anil Mr J W Clark ast vvctk. Mr. C I McCormack and little son. of lliistonvilh. ire the glints of Mrs. J. H. Woods of MiClurc. Mr and Mrs C K Morclaud. are visiting his parents at Mintonvillr. Mr. and Mr Steve Wilkcr and liltle daughter, dcormtta. of Hustotivillc were here Sattird.iv Mils N'rttu lUaumont. of Nicholas, Miss ville. is the attnctivc guest of Lee I'lullips of lillico. Miss Margaret Smith Tenii- - i the cucst of Mrs. Steve Wal-kr- r. at llustonvillc Mrs H C Wrav and children ot Danville, are the gucsti of her mother, Mrs Woodic Half, K. M. 1'rter, of Tampa. Hla . is visit-in- n lii sister, Mrs K. M. Tiukir hi THOUGHT SHE COULD NOT LIVE Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. Unlonville, female trouble and Mo." I I suffered from a I Rt I C ill? t i could hardly walk across the floor w i thou t holding on to I had something. nervous spells uiul my fingere would cramp und my face vAild draw, and I could not speuk, nor sleep to do any good, had no appetite.aml everyone thought I pot so weak that Some one advised mo to tuke Lydia K. Flnkham'H Vegetable Comiwund. I had taken so much medicine and my doctor aid he could do me no good to I told my husband he might get me a bottle and I would try it. By the time 1 hud taken It I felt better. I continued IUu,Uh1 cow I am well and strong. "I have always recommended your medicine ever since I was so wonderfully benefitted by It and I hope tills letter will be the means of saving some other poor woman from suffering." Mrs. Martha Skavey, Box 1144, Unionville, Missouri. The makers of Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound hove thousands of they tell fuch letters as that above tho truth, else they could not have been obtained for love or money. This medicine is no stranger it has stood tho would not live. Ust for years. If there are any complications jou do not uudrrKtaud write to l.jdla K. I'tuAuaut Medicine to. (rouUUeiiliul) Lynn, Mam. Your letter will beupeued. read and anywered by a wvwau ud held la btrkt coulldeace. C N'tmncllev. if near llustonvillc, has I cell at 'he Crali Orchard Spring for iveral davs Miss at utile Dunn, vlio taught K'omnev W a. lat viar Ins riturn-e- d In re for the siimmir latins Benson, a prominent farmer of near r.ihia was lure Moml.ij ami tiliu th office, a iilias.mt call Mrs. J C KcjnoltN and little ilaiish-te- r. Ilernice. M.iv. are visiting nlativc ind friends it Cos melon Mrs I. I' Bird and li.il.v. have home ifttr a visit to rtl.itivts 1ianv Ind ami fr tniN at Niw Mr and Mrs lltnry Uaikstraw. of Camtiliellsville are the jjuests of Mr and Mrs Will S'aupliur at Moreland Ir ' M Harris, who ln hci visiting lur parents, Kcv. and Mrs W S (nnstad at London, ha returned 'lome Missis Marv 1'arsons, of Louisville, ami Marvttta Millican. of Lexini'ton, "e the Riiests of Miss Marv Morrison Mathenv rtlmr limn tie. nf I'eni. Ind. who hts lmn for scvsral il.ivs mmi'Tiut: with his nnny fri'iids left Sntttrdav for his home. Miss Sir-v1- , Hundlrv rcturmd home hst wetk from Lexiniiton. where she li.is hem visitimt relativis and friends for several wuks. Mrs I fl C.irnnter nnd danehter. M losenh'iie, are it home after a visit lo her ihiiKhier, Mrs. Homer Car-- ! r at Shelhvville Miss Virumia Beailev retnrnul to lur home at Siturdiv after a visit to her aunt, Mrs Will H.i)s and other rehti'ves Mr Kate of llustonvillc, was line Tuesday and was accompiiuid home hv her sick sister Mrs mi Warmer Libert v News Mr I K Harris, of Stanford, was lure wtt'i Mrs linrris. who is visiting Rev and Mrs Grmstead, from Thurs-da- v tii Moinhv London Soiiitncl Mrs F Smith and son, Krins,, of Civiniiton, who Inve been visit inc her By Betag Constantly Sapplied With 'iliuiihter Mrs I C Rev nobis bar to their home at Mavsville I Bedford's Mrsopin .Mcill and sister Miss irilherinp, left Mnndtv for Louisville win re thev will he the cues of rrla- s . for a week nr so. ind McDulf, Va. "I suffered for scveri I Mr and Mrs V Russell and her daughter Miss "nie of enr Otten years," says Mrs. J. U. Whittaker, o his place, "with lem were here Monda' Mist Rissrll I stomach trouble. sick headache, ant tonk the train here for MemnhU, Tenn Ten years ago a friend told me to tr Van.tisd de and danehter. fr which I did, Miss Kira Vamrsdile of Louisville, Thediord's it who Inve been visitinu relatives here and 1 found to be the best family mediwent to Crib Orchard to spuid several cine for young and old. on hand all the keep davs. Mrs Kittle King ind ditichter Mr 'tinic now, and when my children feel a i htt'e bad, they ask nic for a dose, and it Mack Morrison and little son Firl ami .Miss Bettie Hiuuins nf Biriniiichim. I does them more good than any medicine nicy ever tricu. Mi. are the Kiusts of Mrs J, F s We never have a long spell of in our family, since we commenced Mr nnd Mrs lolin S'miks arrived lure this morninc from Cohimlni. Ga uing to viit lur mother. Mrs Lelia Cook Is purclj Thedford's They motored vegetable, and has been found to reguand other rtlatives. through late weak stomachs, aid digestion, reMr Walter Moser Hid Miss Lelia lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, ttrtl lni of Aforiland, have Inn vis headache, sick stomach, and similar jitid Misses Pitmiin at Parksville sinptoms. I Ml f I'ittninn will leave this week for It has been In constant use for more than 70 years, and has btnelited mote I t MeCorm'fW and dauph-e- r than a million people. M'ss tnri'lier1, B'ld fis Mifl" Your druggist sells and recommends 1Tnttn ' wnt to iHe Crab ' inoc of c . Price only Xx. Get a .i ts MoivItv to rend package N. C. 123 wee' or nore It a, Kno-ville. e. llii-to1 Ncviits Miht.trv institute Mr and Mrs W. W. Walker, of Sel-mla . are the guests of their son, Riv I) M Walkir and tamov. le Mrs Holtihw and Miss lva ari visituiK rilativts and frunds lure afitr a visit to HiiutitiKtou, W a Miss Mav Wisi, of (.im.mn.it i. and Miss Sallie Faulkne', of llmhl ind, vere . Stone the ncint musts of Mrs M Mr and Mrs John Howe, of Temi. ire nj Mcing over trie arrival of a little dirkhur Mrs. ljowe will In rem mht rid lure as Miss Kih-'rm- i Murphv. of MiKmni). The wedding of Miss Marjone fitter Dinville, and l)i. Julian Kalfu. of Dale has hem sit for iiKiit 2()th at 4 o'clock in the ifternooii at the Methodist iluirch in Danville, Mr and Mrs David Scott and daughter. Miss Fllcn have rcturmd home from a vveik's visit in Lexington Mr. W C Ciuuiintihatn and wife and son, will rtmaiti ceveral davs lack and Thus. New turn, of knov-villT'lin who are visiting their )ir-in'- s, Mr and Mrs I) J. N'ewlurn at n illi. were lure a 'hort time t dav tinimlini' with old frltiuls Mrs Silas tisser. of mar Morcl?'id, mtertained with a In use turtv Iisi'weik composul of Misses Sallie. Nellie Min-rv- a and lennie Cos. of Laiieisti r and Mi's lhttie Walls r, of mar Hubble Mrs riiziluth Iickev, of Ruhmoml announces the mirriage of her daiiuh tir, Mis Ceoruia R Laikev, to Mr I'lamgin, of Louisville, on Frank Jrh 18. 'I hev have Lopisvillc Sumhv eveninj; for their future home, Mtillms. W. Va , The toll of tuberculosis is claiming more than 350 victims everv dav in the United bUtes, jet few realize their grave condition until the critical period arrives. Overwork, worry, weakness after sick- ness, catarrh, bronchitis, tender throats all exert the weakening influence that invites consumption. To guard against consumption, thou- sandsofpeopletakeScott'sKmulsionaftcr mials Ucause its rich medicinal nourish- ment strengthens the lungs, puts vigor in Hie blool, and upbuilds strength to resist tuberculosis, bcott sismuisionisniture strength-buildeRefuse substitutes. Wounded Man Will Recover Hall and his brotner Bovle countv, wlio win Mriouslj wounded bj Leonard eoouv on Kollmg hork, JU ovir ttie Im in Marion count, are riportid as Uoi.iu ircil) and tiotti aie thoufclil to be will on the road lo ii wil) be rimimbirid that these juuiig mill, to. gi'tur with ioole) wuc tuning whut waiter Hail m lun duckiil Cuoii.v wnu opimd fire upjn the two brothers. At nut it was tn wuht that Clarincc Halt ujuhl not live a he v.a shot iwiee luruugh the bod. one bal' pui.tratni. , inn niar the litart. Chapter IV Tonight 'Our Mutual Girl" See Miss Billie Burke The fashionable people at Piping Rock Race Course-Distr- ict Attorney Whitman, who aids in solving mystery of Pearl Necklace found in Margaret's muff. TUESDAY NIGHT-Op- era House . KENTUCKIAN Mir. FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS 1 Black-Draugk- U fri-nd- I IK Black-Drauu- . 1 Black-Draug- ht I Ciim-nrn- s. sick-nes- Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht , I r.' f..rt ir,rt r. Black-Draug- y. Miss 's'le Wotvr has bun eontmid to hir riHim for sevira' wnk, she is thought to be improvid. The yotui!; people from town who have hem camping mar Di river for about The members ten das have rctunud of the joll) crowd wire Wallace and Miss Kathirine Gregor). Ihos Coleman and Mis Sallie M. Harrodsburg Liveryman Hurt Ci iifc. Harris Colimau and Miss l.lia Walter Nooe. a livervman, of the leth llmuins, Lester O'Baniion and rodsburg. was senoUsl injured Thurs-Mi- s Litcv Lev Walton. W'elih Roches- - la alleriunm while helping to load a wagon in ot ,: into ur and Miss Martin Homnil. William iluavy safe ,)au as(ore T,K, irem: Ha Jw (rimes and .Miss Marv Moore Kiuc. l0u bloeks and was being jacked up into wagon, wlun it slipped, falling on Joseph Hill and Miss Mar L McKiii-iinev Mr. and Mis. L. B. Hilton were, Mr. Nooe, crushing, ln .right arm and .Kg and otherwise injuring him badly the ehapi rones. Hie following crowd, composed of i He wis taken to the hospital and it is Willi im I arson and Miss Anna Robin- - thought loth arm and leg will have to He is married and has son. William Yagir and Miss I.vle be amputated. Cooper. Ilrvan IVrkins and Miss Let-- 1 four children. He hilonits to an old and ii" vVa'lir'Mckiiinev. Sam I'mbr) and vvidil lonnceted famil, is the son. of iKe. oi mugni, aim inuiiiii-mMiss Marv Walkei (iooili. Victor l'rice j. nnd Miss l'lizaheth Holtzclavv. lames law ot Walter Coleman Cooper nnd Miss Lissa Holtzclnw, Hur ev Wilkinson, and Miss LaVerne Nt Catarrh Cannot Be Cured rnold Bradv ami Miss Katherine wUh Mils, it I...'.. ' VVMl M 1,1,., ,.,.! Misc Mnrllii rmh I."CL .vri'UCvTIO.NS. CaUrrlihfIi cannot lie nt f J, ..1,'' ,,. blood .. i Ivitiev. I'rtscott Hrown ami .Miss r lun.tltuilon.l iii...k. .,,,1 in take Interna! he W Hill. Lev I t'roetoranil .miss juii luu.ltakt-- InttruaUjr. reaiedle. Hair, eat.rrh eum I. anil acta dlmtlr uiju lean I'.iMon went on a hav ride to Crab tbti tlt.Hl and uiuisua aurfaiva. Haiti Catarrb Orehan! Sprinus last Friday night Cure not a quatk medklni. It waa pre airtlssl Ly one uf tbe brat ib;tletani In thla Mirs Clara Cooper was the chaperone. cuuntrr (or y ura and la a rrvulur ur,Mritiiitin. It la roin.id . f tbe beat tuuki known cum- l.ln,-- l Manue- l- Lanham mill tbs tHt blon,l purldrra actlnv dl rectlr on tbe mucoua .urtacta. TTie itrrfrit tneredlenta la wbat Miss I Ha Manuel of the Fast Fnd, rsmiMnailoii ur tbe auoh nondrful and l.tslu Lanham, of (iravel Switch, bind tor teatlmonlata, reaulti lu rurlng catarrb. rrte. I". J. tllKNUV & CO . rropi , Toledo, O. weie m.irriid Wiilnesda), Julv 15th. lv!J4 at 2 o'cloik at the count) home of Fold It PruccUta, rln 7V. Mrs. W. Take UaU'a lauill l'Uls for ccsitlratloo. the hrn'e's parents, Mr. and T Mauiul, the cirtmnn bemg per Livingston. The foritud by ITd HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT atttml ints were Miss Locie Doan anu lvon Manuel, brother of the bride and Miss Nellie James and Mr C. I'. Rob The People's Market Place Adverertsop, of (iravil Switefi Miss Nillu tise What You Have to Sell wore a beautiful dress of pale him cloth which was verj becoming ant' Insure vour urooertv vU'h Bromlev tastefullv mad" Miss Locie wore a beautiful pink dnss and as both girN & Bromlev. Stanford. Kv. . are hrimittts, the eolors addid iiuich a Ituggv used but 'ittlc t itheir benutv The bride, being FOR S Ll blonde, looked hiautlfut m a white Leather top. Mis Julia M Mms, Dan 57 3 cripc dress trimnud in Irish lace, with ville avium-- , Stanford, Kj wide silk girdle ami shois tu matclu the Inmiediatel) after the cernnoii Weddlnn presents ai Mueller's lew. lirule changul her drtss to a beautiful blue suit with hat to match, and tin elrv store. happ.v couple left in an automobile for Junciion Cit) nnd spent the night witl A competitive examination for t lie grooms uncle ami aunt. .Mr ami to State L'iuveritv will be Marion Wlntchniisc Thev wire held in ui) office Jul) 25th d Single- Mis. 58 It aicoiniMiiitd bv Mr C I Kolurton ton, and Mr and Mrs T C Mauiul From there ihev wmt to dravil Switch to LOST Tue.da), lulv 14. between malt their home They took rooms Stanford and Danville a Waterman's with Mr and Mrs T C Mauiul, until Idtal fountain tun. 50 cents reward if their cottage is computed Mr Lir.lum ritunud to l office J. A Tios-ha- s now a good girl, lovil) in ihsost. tie. 59. It i in ivtry rcpeet a worthy heli- mate Mr Lanliani nai llttj posilinii A! L pirsons having claims against , bookkupcr fcr the 1'iopl, s llank ie ,stac of j. w Alcorn, diceased, at his home town He is a good thria-- w,( ,)lcase pristnt hem to lnei ,)r,)pcr. jian voting nun. esleenud by all who y urlf;fj a$ required by law, and all Know linn A number nf relative ami 0W,K ,ajj c,tate w,n !M5e lcUi,. wl,, ,, -a..;..... e. Imnds witnessru. " Ire mprri . ce i V, I'll VI i,..r, . ItSAI IS Uliwil .,ll(fllSl ic .w. v .t mt and all join in wishing Aborn, Executor of the 1, of J W. JIP will It a '"ns pr s'ur us ,nl lu. .i i !.i AJcorn deccasid 53 J LIM-MLNSin-Itlct( hard work in a bent or loopiposition puts a stitch in the Uaek that is pauilui. It the muscles have strained, jou can't get rid of it without help. Hie great pitiitrating power of BLLAKDS SNOW 1 will appeal to jou most strong-- 1 such times, because It is the very at tiling jou mid. l'rice 25c, 50c and $1 per buttle. Sold b) Shuyars' drug store and Lne Bros, Crab Orchard. Do-n- ng ESCAPES OPERATION BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY t. vj ,i. -- 1 to have to be operated on." Such Itttirs come from all parts of the countrj. This rented is known ev orv where for its remarkable results. Mar's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Horace Burnett of Somerset, K., chars the digestive tract of mucoid accretions ami poisonous matter It brings was a sufferer from Stotuaeh disor- swift relief to suffeiers from ailments ders for a Idiik time. His condition be. of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many came hiejlitj serious and he feared an dtelare it has saved thim trom operation. operations and man) are sure it He took Majr's Wonderful Stomach has saved their lives. Remedv and not swift re suits. In a letllecatise of the rennrkable success of ter telling Ins experience he wrote" this remed) there are man) imitators, 'Your treatment has eertamlv help-i- d o be cautious. He sure it's MAYR'S. 1 me womlerfull), took my fifth do to renn)'s Drug Store and ask about dose last uiKht and it brought good the wondirful results it has been achave one more dose to take complishing m cases they know about and J think 1 will be well Your tome r send to deo. H. Mar. Mfg, is wonderful. J can cat anvtluni; now Chemist, 156 Whiting St. Chicago, ihal I want to I can never Ret through j III. for fne Ixxik on stomach ailments iliaiikmg jou for jour medicine, for 1 ' and man) grateful letters from people know it saved in) life, for I hive tmd who have bien restored An) druggist all the doctors and thev said 1 v.ou d can tell jou its wonderful results. dan-giro- tis rc-l- ts Mr. Burnett Says Wonderful Treatment Saved His Life With Few Doses Lexington Bankers Ask $300,000 Loan The several nation il banks of I e.- uigtoii have sent a niptcst to Sieretarj of the Triasurj Mcdoo for a loan ot $jiX),(XX) to aid in moving the crops of Centra! Kinttick). This was in to a iiotlc tssiud a month agi that the Govirnt'icnt would ag.iin con sulir such loins Last vcar Lexington The Inert aei' borrowed $J5.00O. anioimt i askeil now beeause of tlk pro.pecti for larger crops sc l.li fin Oalcklr rtlM Tthnmkltarri. Sop If u, Xl4ickrli. 1U !: be nd T, NvumUU,niouey p4ln. lour li it IwU to jt 341 ulnulfs tini aw D7 ft CD la dj lck ti ah ifl vl (III Utaj DruaaWM UibiflUn. Kv. BOURBON Ett Main U , REMEDY COMPANY, 1 BANK WITH AN OLD AND SUCCESSFUL BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN STANFOKD, KENTUCKY, lion-am- a-- ' t It Is Seeking Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It H&l 1 V ,- JOVRKAL , ,- - THE tfCTIUQI 1tnCKrr V T1TB AT,. HIT . Ht4T I H F Fine Farm For Sale 1-- ! For private reasons I will have to give up farming; and will sell my home place of 230 acres. This farm is in 2 mile of Crab Orchard, adjoining the Fair Grounds and lands of J. W. Guest. It has a brick dwelling of six rooms, hall, porch, and cellar; a frame summer dining room and kitchen attached; a good tenant house, two stock barns, a $1,200 tobacco barn of capacity, and all other necessary outbuildings. 8-acr- es This farm is in a high state of cultivation; 130 acres of river bottom land, that is fine corn, meadow, or grazing land; 100 acres of upland, adapted to blue grass, and is fine for tobacco, corn, wheat and other grain. Dix river bounds it on the east, with two creeks running through springs, and a splendid bored well, of pure the farm, five never-failin- g limestone water, at the door, which gives an abundance of stock water during the driest seasons, which makes it an ideal stock farm. 130 acres This farm can be nicely divided into two farms-ab- out with tenant house; and 100 acres with improvements. Liberal Will sell as a whole or in two tracts, to suit purchasers. will be given. Seeding privileges given, and full possession Janterms uary 1st, 1915. Price private. ( Sam T. Spalding, of I.ebaitofl. Mld It. Grave, 20 head last week to John of long yearling cattle which will wilsh about 750 pound. The price wis 6 J- -t cents, and the cattle arc to lc de livered July J Jlh. At the ntililic uile-nWin. t). atlct. near junction City milk cow brought from $Zt to $60, mules from $45 to W, beef cattle front $2J to SJ1 Mr. Yajcr will leave about the firt r.f Augut for Montana to make his future home. I. F. Cook, of I.rxinutoii. ha sold to W. A. Kimball, of llirnv Alan the four year old saddle stallion. Henry Cilovci 4jN. lire. Llicjter JJGI. a craml son ot uicstcr ware iu, name, listellc II. 3012, a daughter of Chester Dare 10. Shelby & NimncIIty, prominent slock dealers, sold to T, W. Jones. 171 lambs averaging 70 pounds at reven cents per pound, two c vs at five and (hrce-tpu- r. ter cents per round, two heifers at six and a half cents per pound, two cows at four cents per pound end one heifer at i six and a Halt cents ner nniuul. it j w rarnsn, ot Wood lord ocunty sold to li. i uavis. rniresentinit a Lexington firm. 5.000 bushels of or chard grass seed at $1.40 a liuhel and ,ui Iiusikis 01 lilucgtASs seed at 50 cents a bushel, 'Ihcsc crop were grown on the farm of Mr. I'arrnli. and have been pronounced the best lot ot sctyl ever grown in Central Kentucky. C K. Martin and Shclbv Oalts. stock dealers of Boyle, bought of Pleasant Tucker 32 hogs : of Orvtlle Tucker six. ot Ocorgc I ticker six, of Mr. J J four': of Mr I S I awri'iiiv tlir The lot averaging" 1 17 jMMinds at 7 a pound. They sold 2a of the lithtc'i ot this lot to l M. Hunt at ciglit cent tcr pound, they bought of D. B, Mor ns, of Lincoln count) OU All tiouiid nogs at eight ants. A. T. NtMMtllv. nwncr of Mm Nttfl cAMDsit nrltiv ititckvarfk. told .15 head of ho o. . averaging a pomtu to oam wnwwi WW pure. a Jarmcr out on ti.e unviij -- .".'.. fiT. to mn k ftK MX: bit Imwm ! Jil One of tfce ewtvwrtiott.01; of tlw 4i tne Kertvteky OivUwn operative union ot America. hidi ot the Farmer's tbhcatioLBn4.Cu1b invM Versailles, July M, mM win bc ing picnic Mid barbecM whkN will be held it Surma Hill uinf Camden's home pUev, Wednesday, Jul a. ....'... Senator Camden fclcgrnphcd to Frank McKce. of Versaille hatunhv invitinn the farmers to be ituctts at his olace on that date', anil promised to be prcs Hit to make them welcome if it were possible for him to get away front WahinKlon. Mr. McKee said that Sen ator Camden had advised him that he thought lie could make arrangements to he present and join with the farmers in llieir meetings and celebrations. He jauMic would do so if it was possible to no so without neglecting Ins duties at Washington. Other plans for the entertainment arof the visiting farmers are being ranged bj the Woodford County members of the Union, and Mr, Camden's invitation to conic to his farm for a lug picnic and barbecue was gladl) ac cctitcd. vvilh the splendid hospitality extended by Senator Camden last summer not )ct forgottrn. Though the barbecue and ceremonies this )car will not be &s pretentious as last )car, several notable speakers are expected and almost as many visitors a were present last year probably will attend; L'nion Cit), the national organization, ha promised to be pre fin and addres the meeting ami Dr. Fred Mutchlcr. of Lexington, connected with the I'nitrd States department of griculturc will deliver evcVal talks during the convention and ate barlcctic' Many other promitunt officials "mid member of the national organization have accepted invitations to be present and addres the convention. At the barbecue last yrar at Spring Hill, at vvhicl Senator Camden was hot, it was variously estimated that between 15.0C0 and 25,0X1 ivsitors gath cred to hear the speaker, expert in agricultural matter, from all ovir th country and partake of the hopitality of Woodford County's leading citizen-farme- r. Tk Kin To IteT AHrr 1 mm fer rer 80 7mw, BNfMfMl t 1mm nmmpm re CMtMtrfttii. ImttftttoM n4 "Tm4i tnnt trifle with M4 MMtonn I&lMria mmI CklWrea Bxrfiee tujaiaat AH Kxporimont goric, imtpn and Hoothinir njrnifM. it u iielttW Otdtuh. Moruhiua nor. tfe. WtbAtAncfl. IU nice la IU gHarnnfce. It dtntmn ana futayft r ovcnuhncim. lor mora timn mik linn been Ih cormtant hmi for tho relief ot Co Flntnlrnry, W1h4 Cello, all Tecthlmr. Ti DktrrhivA. It mrnhitril ti Htwwrtck aMHlmUntcn tho Fooil. kIvIrk ami i The Chlttlrea'a pBaacca The Mother' FrieaiL - CMtrl What is CASTORfJ for Ciirior'jOt, hnmlcM In ft ' K imlmtlNitc u. ptt - ;-- ; GENUINE CASTOR I A ar the Signature s , " Co-za- tt Pfj'.J'tit Barrett, of da., chief executive of I . r . s-'?'- 2 tf R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Kentucky FARM AND STOCK NEWS 54-t- f. "Honor Roll Bank" Surplus $100,100 Capital $100,000 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. 73-235. I'OR SALE. 30 barrels of corn, tl Lutes, Turncrsillc, Ky. FOR b J Ueering mowing 56-f injch'iic J. L. Ucaley. VOH SALE. 78 acres, near Crab Orchard, and near Ottenhcim jifcr, by Ci. 1 . Transit No. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK SflST SJ-H. .Mueller. WE are now handling the well known Dtennc Farm Implements. We have an) thing from repairs to a mowing machine to a thresnins macmne com plete. Also binder twine. Call on us before you buy. C H. Carter and Son. FOR SALE. Pony horse, S jcars old, gentle and good driver. Apply to H. C. Carpenter, at Lincoln County V. tl FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedfMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 57-National ISank. Edward llellard. of Danville, sold evcn 900 pound steers to J. C Cald well, Jr., at seven cents a pound. M. T. Smuhern, of near l.ubanW, sold to Etnniett Estcs. ot near Ajliia, one cow and call tor $JC Carroll Omlderar sold to Garfield tf Howard of Crab Orchard, a mule for the Columbia stock dealer, sold to Joe Robinson, of Lancaster, 20 head of cattle at ?31 per head. 11. F. Xcwland, out on Route N'o. 1. 21KJ sold to T. V. Jones, 20 head of jlOO. U. C Younir. J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD, & CO. KENTUCKY For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your Light Weight Under- wear, Shirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. J. F. Cummins Oil 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 oil stove accidents have been from the wick stoves. TRY ONE. W. H. Hig'g'ins Our Bargain Counter is loaded with Bargains in r- - Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. pound hogs at eight and a half cents per pounu. F. 11. Scott, several miles cast of hog to Stanford, sold ten PUBLIC SALE I". Junes at eight and a half cents per pound On July 25th, 1914 Ueazley Bros., of Faittc rounty, At 1.30 o'clock, 1 will otier for sale mv hoiitchold and kit i. at public outcry sold last week to Monte Fox, of 100 head of fat cattle at $3.50 and clicn furniture, all new and in good condition. S8.75 per hundrea. MRS. C R. McCORMACK. bought Jones Weil, of Lexington, Hllstonville, K). from Frank Buchanan, of Bourbon couutv, Mt head of rattle Mrs. Alice C--. Wmfri). 43 wife of J. at ?8.10 and 26 head of 1,175 pound cattle from Robert Metee of liourlion at A. Wtnfrc), died at their home on (.reek in Lasey county last Oainion' $775. K. D. landy sold three weanling week. She was a daughter of Mr and heifer calves to W. T. Mtrccr for one Mrs. Thomas Bell, of Dunnville, and hundred dollars. They will weigh 1.- - was the first of their nine children to 4'j0 pound: and carry the blood that pass away. Her husband and six chilronun.inds the price Aberdeen and dren survive. shorthorn. Adair County New. F.OTALS 37 8 6 27 10 5 SKCRET OF SUCCESS Luce & Moxlev, of Shelby county sold Christians AB R 11 I'O A (i'Baniioii cf .. to I. Watson Webb, ot ftevt ork, a 2000 Hereford bull, I'rincc Real, Genuine Merit Required to Win The Overstreet 3li&c (I 8 In tleau heal. .o. Is. dam princess K. l'erkms c&3b . People's Confidence 1 3 at a fancy price. This bull has never lb 11 been defeated in his class and was the 03 Have jou ever stopped to reason whv Vager 21 winner of the junior championship at it is that so many products tnat are ex- Bird p&ss .. ., 20 Uitcago iat tall. 0 tensively advertised, all at once drop Ltjiluw ssXp .. catch & Bond were quite busy last nut of sight and are soon forgotten? liriRlit rt 1 week recrivinj; the 1,800 Iambs which Tho reason is plain the 3 0 article did not Walker If thev had bought in Anrter.son county, ftiliil the promises of the manufacturer. TOTALS The lambs were delivered at McBrayer This applies more particularly to a 35 7 8 27 U 7 Salvisa and Lavvrenceburg,. The price medicine. Stimmar). Two base hits. O'Batinon, A medicinal preparation paid was 6 and 1 cents a pound. that has real curative value almost Ictkuis. Home 2. run Singleton. Stolen T. A. Wane & Co., tock dealers of sells itself, as like an bast. !Vrkins Bird. Walker, Waters endless chain 2, Lebanon, sold and delivered last week Moblcy Hits the remedy recommended by sli'ti.who have bien isbenefited, to those off Bird 3, offFarmer, 3. Struck2.out h) Lephtw to Winchester parties 138 head of stock Singh-to10, bv Bird 4, by I.tphcw nogs, wiucii were bought from parties thotc who arc in need of it. in the county at from 7 to 7 cents 'A prominent druggist savs "Take for 0. Hit by pttther. Walker (by Single, ton). Base on ball. Bird 2. Double jjcr pound. This makes over 700 head example Or. Kilmer' Swamp-Roo- t, a Yager to Hill. Water to N'ew-lanof hogs this firm has bought anil sold preparation I have sold for many vears Umpire, Harris Coleman, Scorer. in the past tew months. I lie same and nevtr hesitate to recommend, for in I bos. Coleman, Attendance parties also sold to John Grunil) 30 almo-- t every case 173. it shows excellent head of nice stock ewes. results, a many of my customer tesWhen von feel laiv. out of sorts and Over in Boyle C. R. Martin bought ot tify. N'o I other kidney remedy )avvn a good deal in the daytime, you CM, Tucker one steer for know of has so large a sale." that .... vnairic ii in a mrpiu liver WHICH $4S: one Jersey cow and calf of Mrs. According, to sworn statements and ha allowed the svstcm to get Mattie Parks for $52.50; six full of who impurities. heifers of Shelby Oatts at $40 per verified testimony of thousands HLKBIN'E cures all have used the preparation the success produced by an inactive livct. It head and sold to Shelby Oatls live of Dr. is due to strengthens that organ, Kihmr's Stvainp-Rovearling heifers at $25 each and to Bean cleanses the and llutchmgs ten 037 pound steers at the fact that it fulfills almost every wish bowels and puts the system in gooj in overcoming kulnc), Iivir and blatl healthy condition. Price 50c. Sold by 6c per pound. diseases, correct nrimrv trouble Shugars' drug A sale company sold last week the der store and I.yne Bros., loel W. Cuvn farm on the Hirrods-bin- g and neutralizes the uric acid which Crab Orchard causes rheumatism. and Munday's Landing pike, in You Jessamine, containing 280 acres for the Swamp-Roo- may receive a sample liottlc of EUBANKS by Parcels I'ost. Addrcvs t sum ol 7.iJ87 50. The first tract of 70 Mrs, Cora Carter and children, of In. . acres was sold to Sam O Connell at Ur Kilmer & Co., Uiiighauiton, N. dianapolis. are the guests of Mr. and $8 50 per acre the second tract ocntain- - and enclose ten cents, also mention the Mr. J. W. Wheeldon. Stanford Interior Journal. iik H3 acres wai soiii to .Mr. t'ratner, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wilder and chilof Lexington, at $62.50 per acre; the dren, of Wilmore. were the guests of Notice to Shipper1, oc Sheep third tract was knocked off to the Dr. ami Mrs. T, J. Acton Sunday, and I 'rue RcjnohU at $52.00 per acre, an The following regulation has been .rs. vviiuir ami average of $6080 per acre for the en- - issuid bv the Live Stock Sanitary for several days. children will remain Board ol Kentucky, Infective Mondav. tire i.irin Rev Dougherty, of Louisville, is nf conducting a series lalk of $30 hay this winter has im- It.ne 22nd. 1914: All shipments meeting at the pelled Commissioner of Agriculture J. sheep originating at points in Kentucky Christian church amiofhe is assisted by W, Newman to send out a bulletin to ind pissing through public market Rev, May, of Danville a portion of the farmers, suggesting that they plant stock ) arils shall be dipped in a (ire linn-M- r ini'let, cow pears, sorghum or corn paralion already approved by this Board and Mr. G, A, F.stes and Master broadcast in unused fields and so raise and loaded into disinfected cars beRay, Sunday from Steams a forage crop for feeding their stock fore being permitted to go to any point where they visited Mr. and Mr. A. Iil Kentucky Mhcr than for immediate this winter Corn and sorghum plant-e- d in it ncciiioii, aim .iir. and air. I I., at this time, he said, will he de- slaughter J. W Newman, Chairman, tes I veloped h) fall sufficiently to make los Kastle, I S. Good, G - Mclirew. Llmer Acton who has been working good feed, ami cow peas and millet can Fred R Blackburn. H. M Froinan. at Crawfordsville, Ind., has returned 5'-(he grown at this late season. Hay is L. Lettrele Members of Board. home. (onlv half a crop in Kentucky Much ol Dr. C. F. Hart is located here to tne clover was Irozm out last winter, Surprising Cure for Stomach Trouble practice dentistry. and the dioiith got the timothy to a When you have trouble with your Mr and Mrs. Crit Morgan are great extent Many farmers are set- stomach or chronic constipation, don't over the arrival ot a ten pound ting out a second planting of potatoes, imagine that your case is beyond help bov at their home. which crop was entirely lost in many just because jour doctor fails to gve Prof. Clay Singleton. Herbert Reysection sou relief Mrs G. Stengle, Plamfield, nolds and Virgil McMulliu, attended N. J., writes, "For over a month past institute at Stanford this week. NICE FARM FOR SALE have been troubled with my, stomach. Mis Minnie Barber is visiting her Fvervthing I ate it terribly. One si.ter. Mrs, J. L. F.stes at Yanucraw My farm of 40 acres on Hanging Fork of Chamberlain's upset Mrs Dotk Camden and children advertising booklets mile and a half from Danville pike, came to me After reading a few of spent Sunday at the guest improved with cottage house of the letters from people who had been nf Miss Mary Nelson. well Mrs. J. F, Hall remains quite ill. cuied by Chamberlain' Tablets, I defour rooms, cistern in )ard, good stock cided to try them. I have taken nearly and tobacco barn, all good fresh land, ttir.fniirtfic nf n nirlrnoi. nf tllinl mill F-. C. Wines, a prominent druggist, - .w. ....... -- .... "w . -- f :. !.. ... ll on or mini oi u iii Brass, uau wniecan now eat almost everything; that 1 of Richmond, died last week, aged 55 52-want." For sale by all dealers. Tilford Alexander, Hedgeville. )cars. He eaves a wife and one son. 200-pouDan-vill-1 1,250-poun- d Fox Says Feeders May Go to 8 Cents Monte Fox, of Danville, who bus every jcar thousands of fancy beeves for Aiw ork parties, savs there is great scarcity ot bcif cattle, and Hut he would not be at all surprised to see "feeders" selling at eight cents a pound now that the rams have come and give good promise of grass and corn. I'or the uninitiated it ma) be Mated that feeders are soung cattle which are put on feed and fattened for the follow nig year's market. Fancy beeves, aver aging 1,000 pound or better, are now brumini: somewhere in the neighbor hood of $8.40 por hundred pounds, which ts a very substantial advance over the prices of a few vears ago. Cattle on the hoof at $3.40 make sirloin stakes in iew urk cost about fort) cents a pound at the butcher shop and about Jdo on the swell hotel menus. .Mr, Fox sa)s that the low prices for beet catilc a fevv )cars ago led nun) farmers to iput feeding them and the stock ran down because so main cow and heifers went to the butchers. I he bleak-inup of so much grass laud for tobacco has also contributed to the shortago ui tattle. iovv tnav tne prices arc better the industry will be stimulated but naturally it will take two or three j ears to replenish the breeding stock. Mr I'ox savs that there are now scarce 1) and fancy beeves exjiorted from this countrv, hut mat a gnat deal of Ar gentine meat comes to the tinted Stale-- . by way of London This beef, he a)s. is net as good in iiualilv as the do mestic article and for that reason does not compete with the home beef at the nest home and hotel tables, but it is vvidclv sold and undoubtedly keeps the price for the bluegras steer down lower than it would otherwise tie. -- The Kind You Have Always Us For f Lm.JliM 4i Ovr 30 Years The. farmer' Edrcational and Cooperative LTnion of America, the y division of which vvil meet at i crsailles, the largest and most powerful agricultural organliation In America. It has 3,000,000 member, among whom arc agricultural experts in nearly every state in the Union. Ken-tuck- BAPTISTS WIN TIGHT GAME Hottest Contest of S. S League Played Monday Afternoon How They Stand Won Lost Per Cent 2 2 I If your pocket-boo- k Haptist Christians J 2 2 3 .600 ,500 .400 alternotm when the Baptists (Ideated the Christians b) a score of 8 to llic rooters were out in full force and kept things hvelj. The pitching end batting ot Wallace Singleton for the Baptists featund the Ljmr. Hi-- !i,-the hard (Titling Christians down in tine st.vlc vvjien tuts would mean runs, and won bis own game with a Iioiiil run to center field when the senre wa tied up, in the eighth. Lephew had the rest ot the Baptist batters on ln n .if however, for he struck out the next three men. flic Christians came near t)ing it up it not winning it in the ninth inning when thev pushed a man around as far a third, but Manager Wulkir struck out for the final out The score: Baptists AB U If PO A ! Water c I 2 2 13 0 Satifley 2b 51 0 New land 31 A I0I23 I I n Hill sS .1 i Singleton i 422040 Farmer rf 40020 I Moblcv lb 4 I (I 7 n n cf 400000 Mill. If 400 0 of the Sumla) School League season was pla)ed Mon-d.i- ) . I lie hottest ball game versal car. He knows it serves his every nurposc best and at lowest ' cost. J3uy yours today. II III I II I I I would rccoinmeud the Ford. The uiau who obeys the voice of economy invests his dollars in the Uiii- - couldtulk it Bf ;3 B ";3 H R3f jfl M 1 1111 IN $500 is the price of the Ford run- about, the touring car is $550, f.o.b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from I I I I I I ' i '; - ; II llll McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agent. for Lincoln and Casey Countiaa. ' . '"' r j m 12 1 Go To t 1 T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House !''"' 10 1 For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. SPECIAL ON White Shoes and Oxfords White Button Oxfords, worth $2.00, for 98c the pair. Don't fail to get a pair. i 3 1 1 1 1 ... i i a VI New-land- , ;ila. d. AT L.L. SANDERS, W wl T j Crab Orchard. -- 110 IC Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. ?l GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky mmmmm J v SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION 1 CINCINNATI AND RETURN 1 Sunday, JULY 19th 3 $1 .50 Round Trip $1 .30 Round Trip I 1 SPECIAL TRAIN Liivn JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ." ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. I .i -- mZi.jr . rf EM BBSR T rflMWreai . v ( THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY T lv.. ,7 ..V"4 TUESDAY. JULY 21 1914. 'fc TO GIVE A DARBECUE Vet-salli- es m Fine 1-- nclU) Moik Nttittullc. own r if llic Nun .nl. lil ,i. I'cail of lns CAMDEN Farm For Sale For private reasons I will have to give up farming; and will sell my home place of 230 acres. This farm mile of Crab Orchard, adjoining the Fair is in Grounds and lands of J. W. Guest. It has a brick dwelling of six rooms, hall, porch, and cellar; a frame summer dining room and kitchen attached; a good tenant house, two stock barns, a $1,200 tobacco barn of capacity, and all other necessary outbuildings. 2 8-acr- acres of river This farm is in a high slate of cultivation; acres of tom land, that is fine corn, meadow, or grazing land; land, adapted to blue grass, and is line for tobacco, corn, wheat and other grain. Dix river bounds it on the east, with two creeks running through pure springs, and a splendid bored the farm, five never-failinstock water limestone water, at the door, which gives an abundance during the driest seasons, which makes it an ideal stock farm. acres this farm can be nicely divided into two with tenant house; and 100 acres with improvements. Liberal Will sell as a whole or in two tracts, to suit purchasers. possession privileges given, and terms will be given. Seeding g uary 1st, 1915. R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Kentucky "Honor Roll Bank" Surplus $100,100 Capital $100,000 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers' Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. Transit No. 73-235. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Corner nem Court Housf Stanford. Iy. FEEDS Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedJMeal for Milk Cows and ewes, makes milk $2 00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your Light Weight Under- wear, Shirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. J. F. Cummins 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 oil stove accidents have been from the wick stoves. TRY ONE. W. H. Higgins Our Bargain Counter loaded with Bargains in Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords. is i ; W. E. PERKINS, CKAB ORCHARD, KY. ' One uf the lug features of the stall l.nt mtV. In l"liii I' lii.ii'. J' wli'i'H '" emit union, of tne Kinluiki tluision if Inns K.irliMK ttiltli' wlmh wtiKli .iIhiiiI J?') ixiiimls I In- priii- '.n ipiratne l nton uf America, ot the I'arnitr laliicatlonal ami Co0 J ii'lU. anil tht' cattle ;irv In In mma at ersailles, Jul) 8, 2) anil M Jttl .Mill N.iilu. n iic a mg picnic ami barbecue which t tin; pulilic vilr of Win l lirntiKlu will be held at Snrinu I till. Sni.uor mar Jiitution Cit) milk cn to 41, initio Camilin'j home place, Wuliiiula), Jul) from f45 from $2i to to S.H Mr iJ)ct my. Incf cattle from Mill llll" .iImiiii tinti XllSIHt fo Senator Camden ticgraphul to Frank MiKie, of eriailles iaturd.i) inviting Mniit.in.i In ttuKo In future home. I I. Cook, of I.i'xniKton.M.lu vild to the farnurs to he guest at his place , the four on that date, and promised to be pres Kimluil. of llirrj. iil.l v.iitillt' .Liiliitii. lli'itn l.lniii nit to make them wemiuic if it wen U.vNS, sure, li)itti (. luliT Mil, a uraml Missihlc fur him to git aw a) from nn i f UiiMw I'.iri II) Djiiiv, l'.telle Washington Mr McKir s.iid that hen II Mi, a il.umlmr nf Uutir D.iri In ator (..miilcti had .uhisiil linn that he .Slu llo , Nmiiiil! , prxiimnctt sloe!. tllollglll In mill,! make alia IkiUICUU iliak-r,'tin 1 es Junes 171 latum to In presiut and join with the tanners avirarfiiiK ll Hiti'iiU at ri'in tint per m ihur miitiugs ami cilthratiuiis lie s at five .tinl thne-ipiapniiinl t i. ,nl lie wuiilil do so if It was pussihli at t to i!o so without neglecting Ins duur cutt pir mini, two .uiil a li.il' mit per loimil, two vow ties at Washington. .it four nut' per potind mil one heifer botOllur plans for the entertaiumeut 130 a half cent., per poimil. .it si if tin iisiling faimi'i aie Iniitg upof Wooilfnnl ocimty 100 l'.irnli. In the Woodlord Count) mem vihl ! I I. Dam, rrpri'vwituiK a her of the I moil, ami Mr Camden' firm, .(XH) InioheN of or- - mutation to conic to In l.irin for a iliar urasH scitl at $140 a luislirl anil big picnic and harhtrue was gladli ai judo hulu'U of Militias M'ul at .SO icptitl, with the sph mini lnpitiiit) ex I . in. a InMirl hee crop were nron tti'ded 1) Senator Caunliu last sum ii he farm of Mr. I'.irrnli. ami liaic mcr not )tt fnrRottrn. of well, inn prononnoiil the ln't loti ot wiil rhoiiKh the barbecue ami ceremonies cr Krown m Lintral Kintm-kthis )ear will not be ;. pritiiitinu as of C K Martin ami Slielli) Uatts, Muck last )ear, scleral nntabli speakers are ilialtrs of llmle. lmnulit of l'li'.i..mt eiecttil mil .tluiost as man) iisiiiu linker .12 Iiouh; of Omllt Tinker st. a wrn prcsert last je.ir pmlMblt will I farms-ah- out .itltuil 130 if deorue Tiukir six nf Ml rrisulfiit llarntt, of I'iiumi C'iIi jjlt four, of Mr J S l.awrinee three i.l . elllrt I'MCUIlie llii. lot .iMr.King 11 ,omiil at of ths" Ualtoll.il ii mil ml Ilu-- i villi 2? nt tin liLlitt"0 orgauifatitiu. has irouuetl to In prts ot tin lot to ! M I Iim t at enjlit eeiu tin and aildress the tiuctliig and Dr tur iHiiiml, thu IkiiimIu of I) It Mnr I'rtd Mutehler of I exiiifitou. eniuitctiil Janfull of Lincoln mniiu (4i JIM iHiiinu with the I'liueil Slates iltiwrimiut of grienlturi nil iltlmr lmi;s at eiKlit ctnt tht eoniemiott ami ate Iwrl ecut' Mam other prottittittit officials an! Kox Says Feeders May Oo to 8 Cents Monli hox. ol Dauvillr, who hit) nttmUr of the national organization lucic haie at'ti'pletl invitation to In- pii mrj i,ir tlioiiauil ot tancj re emiventmn tor tu nrk ii.irtie. ,in tin is a ent tand address thelast ear at Spritn ),r .a M.iriil) ot In. 1 c.i i lie. anil (hat Hill, the barbecue al whicl Senator Caniilni In would nut he at all tiriirtitl to see FARM AND STOCK NEWS it was tl fiitkr' M'lluig at eight cent a huiii1 litlwien ljlim) variously estimated g.nliit ami 2fiStt) nsit ir l H) barrels of com It now thai tin ranis li.uc mnie ami K111 eretl to hear the speakers experts m and mm I'or in hiiI iiroiiine ot gn. .iiiiKiiltur.il mittrrs, from all mti tl rsillle. k tin- iminitiaiid it mat he M.ili'il tli.it and pirtake of the hospit iln IttiUr-.are luiuig Little wlmh are eiHintri i A Dcei nig miming of Woodford Couiit)'s Icailinj' ritieu put i'ti fied anil fatunul tor tin tollnw-m- g farmer So tf lteale). Kami liiiies. air-aghiear' market The fanner' 1", lrcstion.il and I Co 78 acres, near Crali IK Kw Hi pouniU or luttir, are now operative I'nmn i ami near Otunhcini pike, l lirii.gini, Mimeuheri. in tin netghltor- - luck tliMsiou ofof mcrica, the Keu 53-vhich wil mitt at U Muelkr hootl ot $S4U p. r Imiiilrul ixnitiiU. wlmh Versatile, is the laricfst ami mrt U ire now liaiulllni; the well known l a tri siilftantial ailiame oer tne powerful nrtraniation in I1' a no. lattli mi tin ah Farm Implements. We hae pri.'is ot a fen Vnterica It has J.OUl.WO tuemben from repairs to a mowing hoot at .ii wlnti tU make sirloin stakes in wlmm are aerictitttintl exjiert-i- n aiiKHiK u lime to a tliresninj; macmne com New ork cost about fort) iint.s a nearli iicri .tile in the I'nion c o umilcr twine. Call on us poimil at tin liiilihir shop and about ctore ou Imv C. 11. Carter and bon. on the swill hotel menus. Mr. BAPTISTS WIN TIGHT GAME Ion) hore. o i.ir! l'ox sav that the low pme tor but vOli 111, lpl '" cialc a lew tears ago lul mail) farm cimiIi ami K'u'il tlrlter Hottest Contest of S. S League Play- II t Cirpintir, at Lincoln Count) irs to unit fteihiit: tlieui and the stoik ed Monday Aftrtnoua ran hicitise so tii.ini ions ami Hank N.itmnil '1 In bteak- heifer'- went to tin butcher How I'hey Stand iluar.l llellar.l. of Danwllc. sold mg up ot so ill tic grass laud fur to "!l I...M Per i.. ii' loiitriliuteil to tin slu.rl imii '"ill iiiimiil iteers to J C Cald- - bacco has llaptist .M'll wiii Ir at mvi.II cvllt-- a pound agj ol cattle. .Now tliai tin- pncis are Melh biteriails. I "Miiul'irn. of near l.uliuiik, sold iiur the tndllstri will be stimulaietl Christians 2 4li ot near Ajuia, one but uaturalli it will take two or three l.. i iiinutt ears K replenish the brmliiig stock. w .on! ..ilt tor ?.'. I he Ikittist nail game ol the huinl.i., Mr l'i sas that thin ari now scanr i r .11 Hn.lihr.ir sold to tlarfuld and Moil stason H...iil "i Lr.ib Ur.hard, a mule tor ioutitr, unci bentsa iHitttd from this ilailnil l.iauue when thetva playeddetent Uaptists altrrnuoii gnat ileal ot but that .I'M) come to tile L mud btate ed the Christian, b) a Vore of to ( tick Bintine intat mil. ni l. N.ninn the Columbia K. hi belt, he as, I In rooter, wrre out in full torce ami ,. 1,1 i . Joe Robinson, of Lan- - hi w;i) ot kr J(i I he pitching i n,i .ii t as Hootl in iitialilv a the do- - kept thing hid.. lu.il of cattle at SJ1 per ,i i. a rtn It and lor that reason dms l.altins ol Wallaie bingletoii tot tin III .lt lie hint not iimiptte with the home luef at the Captists leatund the name ,u 1.111,1. out on Koutc No. 1. .est hoini and hotel table, but It 13 the hard hittinii Christian down in II I I. mt ) hi ad of hi t. M nidi U sold and umloubledl) keeus the tini stile wlitti uit, would mean run. won at light and a half cent price tor the bliieura' own am with a pi .mill lot tiir down low and to his In Id whin tin nun honu . rui. pi r pmmil er than it would it hi mist m tud up. in thi eighth. Kenhew had tli. I 11 it. Meral tnilcc cast of rest ot the liautisi bailers on In. .i .n tmgs to .',1 ti.n M.mt nl PUBLIC SALE however, for he slrink out tin in xi l,i .it tight and a half cents thru, men Die Christians .aim n ,i pt r pi in., On lulv 25th. 1014 t)ing it up 1 SO wiiiniiiu it tialev liro. of Faytlte tount, t public o clink. I will oitir for salt ninth inning it not lln pubt,l .in mt ,i, when and kit K..UI outcri mi niik to Monte I'Vs, ot D.m-- at around as far as ihi-but laiiiii turtiitun. ali titw and in .ooti Walker ',ui lu.ul of fat cattle at !j&50 anu then ..... ill . ..n.l.t struck out tor tin tin.il 75 pir huliureu. IB u tikt-rk- iorc Mhs t.t bousllt of I.i'xiirjtoll. I.i.ils Will BapiiMS AB k II Pi i llustonnlli. Ki t t. trim l'r..f,k ilnchaiiaii. ot Itourlion ivairr c M) hud of . Ullti bauftey I tattle ' Mice ij Wmtrtv AA wife of J. .Siwlaml AJh i ?iS in ami J' hind of 1,175 pound cit-- 1 J''J. tnlre). died at their home on i 1 . i Ivoln't Mttee ot liotirbon at., Hill s I inn. .... Crt-Uamron in U,i) count) last Singleton p 4 J .' II 4 1 l n, Ii sold three weanling wetk bhe was a daughter of Mr ant! I'uimcr rf .. J and Mol.l.v lb .. In ,ii r i .Hi' T. Mtrnr for one Mrs Thomas Itrll. of DuiMiviltc. I to lii'iulrtil .1 l.i - Tliev will ucl'jll 1.- - was t!ie tirst of tluir nine children to llrovsn cf ... 4 pass a w.i) Her husband and si.x chil- Mill. If ... . U si poui'i' and carry the blood that I ', ihii.iii'Is tin price berdien and dren survive .I', r Ii. ni ii r Count) News (, .7 j; SECRET OF SUCCESS I (, iK l 'intians ,ii M ixln oi btieUi) count) sold t Watson Wrbb, of Xiw ork. a I'liannoii cf . . . 4 0 .' ii I 4 'J Mur d lUritord bull. I'rincc Real, Genuine Merit Required to Win The Oierstr-- it n i&c .. b Perkins c&Jb t2 People's Confidence in hi Im il So 15, dam princes K.. J .i 0 'I his bull has nevir o i lb a' .i tun, i prm II n 1, ii.iHil in his class and was the t) I I Have vmi evtr stoppul to reason why Xager 2h I hri p& , ii j i inii.' ,i tin jui'ior iliaiiipiuiiship at it is that so main pi.nluit. tliat are In, ago 4 fall ii o l adverti,ii, all at oiut drop f.iphtw ss&p . . , ui.li I I I r.'.iiii wire iplite bus) last I of sight and an. , ,n forgotttn? llnght rf . . . I ivetk hi in i. tin 1.8IK) lambs wlmh mi' reason I til.un -- tin article did ma Walker If . .' I o Th.' ought in tin hid tiiUTon count). uiliil the pr muses ot tht tnatiufaiturer I In lamb, wen dtltiered at Mi lira) ,s ; s .7 U ." tr This applies more partittilarlv to a "saln-- a Suinmar) Two ha,, hit, n r iiiiHui and I aurimiburg. The price medicine A tiuilicnt.il preparation PiiKiits. Home pit.! i. .is ', 2 and cults a pound St It fl that has real curative value almost bast.. Perkin J. run iiiult t 'I W aim & Co. llird Walk, r W .itt r, tuik dealers of sells it, elf. as like an itulc chain 2. I ebaiion iSeivlaud. I'"arnu r I..I il4 .' I In sold ami ililivintl last weik sistetii the rtiti'd. is reeomiuemlril bv n mrti t strii L i, ni Kt t i Wunliistir parties IM bead ot stock tlio-who have In en benefited, to tliose .Singleton .1. oil l.eplnw Ii ig- 0, bv Ibr.l 4 wlinli wtre bought from pirties who are in need of it In I . ib, w unit at from 7 to 7 in tin lettts " proiiiiiitnt druggist sa) "'Iak' for 6 Hit bv pitther. Walktr (lo Single. ton) 7(X) head llase on ball, Ibr.l Ii..mI,i. poiiiic' Tin. makes over ptr example Dr Kilmer's .Swamp-K'ooa nla. ot hog, tin- - firm has bought ami sold prtparatton I havi sold for auvt to Hill W'tltr. In Sew mail) vtars iniin. I ,. rin.ni in n f. s. in in tli, past few months The same for in Tims iColeman, Harris ttiml.in.e 171 pariu. also Mild to John (irtinil) .U) and nevtr iusitate toitrcuimmcml. iltno-- t luw excellent ever) case held ni iiui stock ewes mail) of mt customer ri suits, Winn von out of s..rls ami Our .n l'.oie C K Martin bought ot tif) 'oasother kiduc) rimedy thatlis.I vawn a good feel deal in the d.i)tune vmi l M linkir one stier tor know of has so large a salt " can cliarge it to a torpid Iivir wlmh l oin lerst) iow and calf of Mrs XccortliiiK lo sworn statements and Iiit- - Park for $5.50; six ins alloweil tbe si stem to get full ..I veritnil testmioiiv ot tlioiisatnls wlm HI'IMSIM" .tires all dis luiurs ..t hi lb) Oatts at $40 per ban Usui the preparation the suciesi impurities ordtrs proiluced bv an inactive In i . ami soltl ii hhelby Oatts live It f Dr Kilmer's Suaniii-K'oo- t is ti irlmg hulcr at $i.i each and to Heart the fact that it fulfills almost evirvdue lo stltligtlnus that organ iltallsi's the wisli bowels and puis the svsteni ami lluiilimg. tin bJ7 pound slier at go.. I in in ouriotniug kiilnev. Iivir and Id. in healthv londtlioii Oi in r p. iiuid Prm- sllc Sold In nrm in llli ,i'i loinpui) .old last wetk the ami disease lorrerl.uric acid trntlblfS Shtigars' drug store and I vtie Ilros . wlmh I rah Orclurd iiiutr.ilires tin In W i.tiMi firm on the llirrods-bii'- g causes rhi'iimatisin afd Mtuitla)' l.amling ptki. l'l 'loll m. n rectivi a sampli' bottle of K , iiiiaining 2.SII aires for the EUI1ANKS ,i rt-n - I IW M I he first tra. t of 70 Swamp-Kno- t X bvtoParcels Post Aiidri.. Mrs Ci.ra I'irli r and ilnblrtn of In X Dr Kilmer I'.inghamtoii was soiti :o am lilonuill at ii 1i.iii.ihiIis. are the gutsi, of Mr ami jA ;(l pir aire tin snout! trait oi maul- ami inclose ten ctuts, also iiuutioii the .Mrs J w Whiildoit ing lis .mi, wa, sold to Mr I'raiher. Stanford lutirior Journal. Mr. and Mrs I. W ilder and clul "i i i iiilioii. at Vi.Si) lier acri the drill, of Wilmore were the guests of Notice to Snipper1 oi Sheep ilurtl trail was kuockid ofl to tin Dr and Mrs T J Vton Suutl.i) .m Tht following regulation ha hern Mrs Wlltltr and iliildrui will I'n t Piiiiobl. ai S5J0O per acre , an remain bv the jtti.i,.. .1 syijji Hr acrt ,,r in issttiil of Kiiitn, I. nt Stoik S.uiil ir. for sevir.il ila.vs. i Mond.iv, Hoard ki. ltfiilne in Rev Doiigliirtv. inn of I.oinsulle is ti in .'.'ml. l')14 Ml shipments of loniluctiiig a series of milting, at tin lak of $.'() ha) this vvnitir has e.iiiimissioner of Agruulture J shit p origiitati'ig ai ioiut in Kenluikv Christian ihurch and In is asstsiul In W S iinuii to sind out a built tin to im! pissing thrr ugh public tuarkit Pev Ma), of Diuvilli a portion ol tin fdMiurs siiggistmu that thev nl.int stoik laid shall be dipped in a pre t mil mi lit ...w piars. soiuluuii or Mr ami Mr ( torn par.itiou alreadv .ipprovid bv this Hoird I'sti, ,,n, M ti r In ml K'.iv, iiturntd in iniiisiil fttlds ami so raise and loaded into disinfected ears Snnilai Ii litiug permillid In go 1" all) point whin the) vlsilid Mr limn Sit mii. iri- -t t rop ti .r fettling their stoik and Mr. v.J . uiiittr tli. in for immedt.ite m Kttilinkv ther th I urn ami sorghum plain I iinniiii.il. ami .ii r ami .mi, S'lvvman tl it ibis in hi said, will In di slaughttr I W dm ni ( S ( Ti.iiriii.in. tes S Miiirew. iiloptd In ull stiffnieiitl) to make Ins Kasih I hi er ctoli wlm ha Inen working K Itlaikbiirn. II M I'miiun I al C'rawfordsville, Iml i id ami urn peas ami millit tan i , ria nliiiiu.1 S'J .1 1. Kettreli bi gion n ,,t tins late siasoll I lav Miuilitrs oi lloartl i home nl, ,,li a ,i ii mi Kenluikv Much ol l Dr C. F. Hart Inn to Hi ,i.nr was iroin out last winter, SurnrisiriK Cure for Stomach Ttouble pratlici tliiitistt). is in. tli, di uiih got the tinioib) to a When von have trouble with vour Mr and Mrs C'rit Moruaii an t. Iguti i stun Mini farmers are sit stomach or chronic ioii.tti.itioii. don't loniiig ovtr the arrival m a im pound imi;' .hi i st. mill planting of .t.it,'i s. imagine that ottr ease is be)oiid help Inn at tin ir home 'vvhi.li ii.'p via. tntirilv lost ill mam just liicau.e )olir dm tor fail to gve Prof iTiv SiiikIiIoii lltrbirt I: , , l Us von relief irgil SI i SI tilt in ittiuli.l Mr (I Stetigle, Plamfleld, told, and N J, writes. "For over a month lu.litillt it Stanford litis weik I have NICE FARM FOR SALE Mi.s Mtmiie llirliir is vi.tiuig lur bun tn.unlul with tit) stomach rvtrvthing I tie upset it ternblv One Mrs I , I'stt. at V .iiu.ii r.t.v f ,riii of 111 acres on Hanging M I'ork of CliamU'rluin's advertising booklets vi.it. Dmk ('.mult n rt mt Mr till In n 'mil.' and a half front Danville pike, came to me After reading a few of sn'iil Stmil.i) at I'sle.liuig tin guist Mary Xilson. 'veil improved with cottugc home of the Utters from peojde wlto had been of Mus 1 by Chainherlain'a Mis J F Hall riiu.iin. iputi ill f. m room, cist.nt in yard, good stock cm iil to try tlieui. haveTablets, noarlv takun good frell land, land tobano barn, all F. s C Wines, a prouiiiuut druggist nf a pickaite of thorn ami most of it in grass Call on or write can tvovv eat altwMt witryihing tliat I if ilitsl last week, aged s 52-years, lie wnis a wife and one v.u Tilford Alexaiuter. Hwlgiwilk. want" For wli by all dtuhus ln'-i'- ! ,i fuiimr mil True pru.itc .S.iiit I ii pimti'l to Jsaiii C.nlclm, mi tl.c Daiuille pike of l.clioiiKii. - Will EntettAln Fatrnrr Agnln At on Juy 29. Children Cry for FItoJ9f?' i.i1iIihk villi l . Ill' t - I. . .'.. . 1 ' f $). $-- M - fri Tlio Kind Yea llnvo Always Bongltt, and whc hM Wla In lino for over 30 yearn, lm bomotlio nlxmibtrtr C ami linn horn inittlo tinder kUpr u-j- r mcicyj, s1 J '') All CotititorfultM, Iiiilt'itlotiH mill ""1 niilwrvIMun wince Its InfMiCT. aiiowiiowiio kmiitoito yoninHiM. .TiiMt-nn-itood l'.xitorliiit'iitM tltitt trlflo with anil ri)tlniigtr tlin. hMiMt t lnfuntu and Children Experience HKulimt KxiiextaMM ' am hat .' , 4 r. r I ltiiU!n i Cnnforltt U a liiirnilrni, jnilmtltttf o for Cnitnr Oil, Par- It a ilriuntit. It porle, Drops mitt Soot hint: SyrnpH. .'onliiltis iit'lthiT Ojiliini, itlorphlno nor other Nu Troth Milisluiiiti. ItH ntro ls Hit Kininuilcii. It dtrntroyii XVurm mid nllui.s IVvitNIiiu'is. Tor iinirn than Ihlrly yraql i lias ht'i'ii In cotiitiint. ti)! for tins rollff of "oinM;ullim. Trtitihlc mid I'hifiih'tif.v, AVIml Colic, all 'JVcfhln Jiliirrhii'it. It rcKiilntci tin- - Slomiicli and 1;iiw1r, iiislinlhilcM tlm rood, kUIiiu' litnltliy and liiitnrnl ulcep. lotltcr'rt l'rlcud. 'J'ho Chlldrcn'H I'anacca-T- ho What is CASTORIA '' -- ' GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALVAY5 I I n. talk.-ihirn- (2L&& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years MtrM(niT irnMPftNv Bears the Signature ot 1 wa-ho- t. I 54-t- f. - 1 1 - 1 g I L i tf aifrii-iiltur- u-.i- s. siij iIl-u- tf ,io - , ..J s. , i .r ('()!. IJii' yours today. S.lOO is lo know.s it servos his cvoiy purpose liesl :uid ;it lowest vtM'sSil I car. "1 i the price of the I'ord $5;1(). , uie-Ii- f.o.b. Detroit, complete with eiiiipment. Get catalog and particulars from 3 l 1 r McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agents for Lincoln and Caaey Counties. I I ii v lnu-iln-l- d d. n- - S f Mil i 1 I I 1,250-ptm- I Go To i 1 1 1 k 1 T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House r- I 1 For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. SPECIAL ON White Shoes and Oxfords White Button Oxfords, worth $2.00, for 98c the pair. Don't fail to get a pair. I 1 v -- I ... TTls 1 1 H e v v t. AT L. L. SANDERS, hr. Crab Orchard. . lnr W - I Picks 110 Cold Refrigerators I mT t Cream Freezers I , Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. ,t. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ..- -t be-fn- rt i I 1 I CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JULY 19th $-5- Im-tu- I 0 S iat Round Trip Prawns 1 .50 Round Trip I SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves 1 three-fntirth- JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. Kllll-molld- , ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. , r t