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'twrtl j u u i. 9 ,1' 'I iat-- u ni.n 4 I" 2 -y-i Daymws' sM.T W K5 sUuihmTioi 2?fMaeVsViIMe't C- th oIlowini'feaeft ! JinJ char. fl VA Wltfv S- Vm3 ET Mnnhi j'. Ii r t it,i .:. WV..j47'i;.24 . ...... 620 .uSSJyjL Ht :i L "AH V It 27 12 a. . VrC A Ito iHUfcef IbAn'OohilerifC feA.itSlS, RoUlty. , j:ii:,:i' . v S'.'ffiL " V ffiJi?fel v.; ftSiiSS ..TtV,! Esx.eJ'"jK.iL'f r?'c.wi klM&5SlPftlal?fC :,CtS erk t2unr44 V&Fvft M"'- feuriiiT.LllmtLHviluV K a, t boTQdnd when the fuusUttaslinisheiL kence:raml 2&&&' m her home " fn(1 h(yr yrldr negro barjjecu !&&r bhlor?rc, visiting. -- H- - Padcctfriallif- llcr'Jiousc,partyjlast Tuesday evening. eyedrop Kornegay. witTi crops cle;f. r11 nis cOntctrmnrariesT y dim Ti'ams SWSff.t how vof tire 00l 20 wcngmui reirijnmenis Averc scrvcu. rc " f 11irw ilAr ha-- . rMoun-- . TV statesnlt sculptures. rtists'.andvU Those Jircsent-vcreMiises Alinell 1'ruiti Tv .Vr KsJn .tf .r's,:J--r "re the --itarosifi A,culptqrf! artlsUValt-S,;- "' t-- it .vxeafKwKt-.. r.jLu. tr. Vt rii .1 tf!-t.M awa-tugica- -' (ic sinticu delightful occasmh jlvas.sd thS men HrHrably'tidminisrtcrcn Jiy Lutes Vtosc of other .Wttntries. T1ie"men nlc Cox.- Minerva Coxl Bettie Wauxr-i- . aSidrhia assisfants tliatthfre vias iIW rniin in niv nmniikia . ,rtnic, ur wcrr - ' JT' ...av ku ha iiiiivisu .&. riicr terr-Atr- .' 1 ;. T , Smith.' . v '. iM irjalmosftveVy "rahch "Tf mm).a j ones, uuia iiouu. jviuarea nop. a. iiucii ip me wnoie round otr lestivity. the,cbampions 1 A r5V!ir?Sn Jw u '- vui, tfiurr nittcijira niujiiMrei. r..ieint: andwlnlet'tlje great throng- of feucsls tempted by the Jimi :sJhtjintit'ally -, fnrHtiiM ..,..,".! 5 0,M A trS-iiarkvM.' .. MisJ ox. same r Al "Ml .aner. wary itusseu, rirtsenjed Jilt amirafanctv of an army, exisicn ijicre,irai tsv wery doom- -. . vClif.Pf, SandidgeVWalterlHoir- - and very oncoT them' marveled at the ro to revel tncif ' t .4 f damnaliori:? - "l. mwrs' jAwisUdi. 'Arnold WallwrThrecMase hitSKmJ iuuAnr.:j..hitj.H .r".WW.'M". ir of culture. .h ir sinRirig dasVlVrc in ifi nearMn "provender" sctne and wondered But Pr" 'same bceol tv: . Urad' Home run; Skyif Hf 5wlVy'm: fslinei', SherltlV vvoald prove sufficient, their pemirlia-tio- n .Rome the city o i?en hillsfell. JS A S"t1S?.,'i-,',,n.ua.- V Mtft'Evi'LcicIf is 'vwitintf a, iiiiAV' Ufadyi StoliJU'e,s'. Htllrgdy,' ir.... ..iii-.i- rfa VivXalter JIcKiai. Sam RfMtV-a- t was, short-lfve- d ajidnhctr sattfac-tiei- n lt4 does" not seem, .uxan able' that Lau, hwiiummvMici. a,!'. . IlAahW-clarUirv.-iA- . hro'mplrtc, for not a' guest js over codnirv wnth such rsi - UUin. JUlLKC,jaiBC jui(.a .r.rtM. Aaivivic divers, ouwinmi 'c as this onei J , bnMOCRATS'.-Dqh'tvorset'.foot- e IK1!pWw, Perkins' to Vager.Struck 6ut Mvers.G.tW.. HrfBbar'df AI dred Hub looked nor; delayed, and each oue,'liail had rtwld ever fall Pca.v house sw at this onebjrenny'ld bv L'eohew 6 bvr 0A- - r.rnjl JudK;. QJiver, Jild LciMesscrTilford a feast fit fot'a,kimt' Mrs Lutes, loo. urn. r--., . Mt mtL' J ,'?f'- - . M Vacer none, llase on balls. M. Lee PiriciT and i large, number of her'lad friends', Russell. 3 (.T itrnersvtllc) Yesterday we visitei) Pompeii, one-xIt fat J leoarlfn this i oU.I'cnny 3 of Ovcfstrejcf l,lHl?Jby were especial guests 6f the .Occasion the amous cities of old." and 1014 HUfil 72 vrarl Hfrt ifl hit iviotnm Mr, aji'd Xlr Kfch BlahiJp, , sawith? ' ilelitr, Jlall- - (by .Penny.) StwML a"h(l Sherman (Cov-- .Tuder ALet? Mannincr just a fewweeVs "Jf We. desire Wwprcss our sincere and Jtid Jltey enjoyed every moment of their nuns caused bv the emfttioo of thvol- . ia callcd'one. -W LephyiivHftB tiff IVphew. hcartful thanks- m all our relatives, experience, ilitmaiugt-mcur- ; ;x of tire car.'oT Ml.'Santma in tlie vear79Jtefote A : -home'deSr mother from f JSrn5 3 innings off Vafcer'3. in 3 13 --shriiw . frteiidf a"pd ncighlxprs for the kindness Kctuck Horse and Mulc't Company Christ It is vonderful ttffnote; "the JUstonVjllc1 jJip. "4i (McKinney)MJ, m'lditi ''.K;Aunt TaT"' as sheiwas' gcrf- '. f WpKi-ofaiid ijrmpilhy shown us in" out late appreciate their friends, and 'front town progre.ss C)crs.;ttctv2 jti pncinninj peopJc of iwo;thmr-irv7'- X f kVliJ CTiiiucriuuKe. varnryiann?r jicri e,ralie called by ewryune, was" affhqed PUnipif .mmiy - amj "'tc ocorcr. E Q,.'Gi!c)t 'JuUkc. YAcnm Witb,--a SmccrWn'hcr'face vVluch caii-ti- d and. sad bereavement in.U? loss of our afnd coiifttry alike; crc,he'ir quests sand ears ago. In tlir NatifnahMus-.f- y 5f?il 'S 5 dearlybeloV.ed Iiuslianll nnds father, gathlnd'at yesterday's big liarbecuc, cunviin waplcs wr death. She lud leen"ill' for;, about Walter' Huston Iispecalli,i!o w'e.thanl? and -- u1 ,','Ji''.I"iiJ.i K the universal verdict was that it of these ruins. Everything excavations i I? IllfjutttJniKkdrJilll lici-dierthjis Rcr. Waggoner, g for his epnsoling vas lht "greatest jxpular Jcstive bei-Sweet Mlief t6. Cer.fVlK-nsnffrrint- r most unerestintr-anla in'tructrve 1 County FwrarSaleif' Way nc county lisuYc e);r witness. From here ye will pd to pravesendi V5 ff FunA. srt. tyrvAt.. ToTo ,....,,.. r.f.'.r.nc? .h. words :(4he pJllbearcrs flr their ser . ..w .mC?ilit r 'Harrbd j HMD. tnc ..." jcifi?oiiers"'"niravMarl: Rcorccnr vld4lat week for Mrs. 'Wallace- sburir qer ter wJndiettr to vice, inc. uonors ot and Dtnutnm uorai eiL. Mf. Ltiatcs was" voted'k pnrice of scaporttnf Lnndgp"). Wp wil be, (here iiart- SlivT'tuitt. the entertainer-stanhe wis (arioetsly fourleen elavs, then wp,g5 lo atlv TfFlni.pnilJIrn!rril nn' rTlirtlvr Lrift,.bfjl,arnccbur, anpecialitt, Imt fiotbing triliute. the doctors : ,. her fine" tXJ- be x. iestcrday forofficeffri'"Gov ItoaeJCf"'"' tw,'o wecki? (atcct llatnptgh cjrtiia' be Mniie' for 'her, She returned ljnderfaker for his careful dnd.comp"- pra'ctfeei. man r ser anc jaciu in .uLicer couniy, xor f nHiJnaemefii qi'iue rn.ajiii.cr in Lonuuciing aij ninerai eritor down ttC Senator, but he Kraceful- - Aftrr"wlijch we sliajl start for llotrlp' Pwrgc Rjinicys where he iint eaSh or nnn.-ili til V. II. Car. to My jk.csi L,incoiT)cKmy, .is.? layncsourK From the "bereaved wid- iy occinicu, to consider any ot tnese "IfjOUl Sriptvlsf -. .irrangements f ttUiKUoiHctNaYlJis ,reverfcd.ai tv tKin,hq( Ian villi, n tiic vurchasch, liadipadedje'r home lor sometime and and family s Vs tflHK-No., on'tbese uusij a utile over iju (ter acre any was, soon, ctyifiiifl 0 htr tied' All that owMrs, T. A. Smiicy and, little errand urcftrments msistii fhat lie' tjid uqt . . ? i Wafr tnnr anv'liffice wlnrh micht rnnfliet iI loving hands could do was done lor , rtjotfj; Willi meet at Modiit..Mfirlah a ii one of the bT(jgcsl real estate ' ;Young eiitlf his erivini', bis fricbds another brn Auto'Turnji Ot JTitli daughters, of Lexington, V . .. .. ..: ' b. tliht Jus. occurred iu Mercer' ljerj'lmt her mansron in IJcaveyt vvas uaroccuc Mrs.,J.,K. Baughmanr at se,emest as iti Five Jsaflnsingif allreSiden?scbf VA&r .TOvwiUKixc'dailv maikscrvicc to Ol. jjounly IorU lohtf timd:,; The , land, Ouiufilctcd' ah l "God called her'to-tha- t ' Mrs. loHn Moser everybody yviis oonsdiliently cJ VuleV hitl 'a' narrow" fteafe from death . .: j fiargc .uemyn- - Kiiicmcnu; 'rtIiiihstiVich and vwell'impr6ved, as better homer bebnd the skies. SHeJ f ' returned' last'week erylMidv 1 nmi. x delightful at an 'earlv bOUr krjov3(wha,t a tnornimr ' ft,onoi for sejeH Had 'been a member of the Plp.is.int irom an exienucu visit, wuu reianvxs occisioji'jt, was. IerAliitjk'.fl :IX .r 'Mfcvneihvir: a luisv'tottn on die Cin , C . ' tJ Point Baptist church for a number of- in lulaski county. "- -r vvllcn- nn antnimijitli- - -in uiiirn tltev linr,. . 'iliti..S6iitherii.!'alki)willi ntl .countV . . -ivr;y . an.jue .sn, SiK a embankment ' SoavoiiiaXWyaHie'rltThru-WayncAci Mr. and Mri. Cojumbus Mareuim, of -- Jj'Jj Stansdcll solq hisi55 acre farm years ana iivul a consistent Christian J Master- Commlsjloper'stSales ,, and, turned turtle tl.ree milfs'.'isguth.'.tSf life until her ileith , Itubaiik, are yisiting lus father. Mastcr.CommissioifLr2-.(I!e;f)nln- g. .JdJM,byiKataitirWCliilc.IiOk.r by ?tftjfWolr.Hial rqi1tei.VH'.c- gcr.uie. dtthe Conlishville pfke toJL M Sci)tt e. During her, illness, even in. her greatuauviiiei on ine uanvitie ana , I. .Marcum pi tlie country. ... IIUBIL.li VMUIllJ IUI fJ,JS. will rfth jtinmTn,iitiioi 1V: torn tu't'nnVl-Kftoil sold" several itieces of ht6'neHy at j One Arthur l,auderL ,wa sufferings sbe alw.ts hid a kind est Mrs. Thomas Hell and,soJ)fi Epr, Coinniisstondr'ssale- - last 'wecktln the seriousW hurt and Y tjt x tire other's were , ami loving word for all who wsltcd wcre'the of i f.r Mr?.' Maggie .I&iiifully Granville Cecil Hurt By Autoj tfie of Gover vs trwoe of bruised. Lauder'j$f ' Iter and was never known to cowbl.iin.1 ter, Mrs. Carson at Hustonyiltej- . r mi ji cosorfviLtE ",, a .lot anu storeroom in ,in,(the hospital with a broft(n Jaw bone jovijT liotUlit r.r.itniir Cecil, a niy.mmciit farmer. but was idling to submit to God's will, ; c In'th'p'case of crashed f Miss- - Ella Kigncy riturncft'tiuir ucev Crab Ort'haril aubruised limb and suffered of llovlexotuitlt as CSci JZCheNVoIlcr mills l)cr? were cntcrctl lornobile Tliursday was struck by an rid- - SJe ftcntq expressed"no" herself but befng irom a pleasant visit witu triends'arj Usles VS bstesj Mrs. j: Cjr'GppdWjn TremfMossadd blood. HJuw'ard',M4y'1'Hai5L of go and afternoon while doubt prepared, she is . munuay niti(, alter 1001 Ijbucbt 0J acres bf"Jaidwiihsno inv OldiHutcbmgs and With IcstlS anil I6ved oifrs- 9nnr lir'fnrp' ilancastcr. i s ictorubleWtre, t 'fWm a Macjv'ipiih ing a horse toward Danville near his tmf Mile eut'Jand bruised about .jlre, head anel, perm on the Harrodsburg pike, aliout She was first married to Thomas J Mr. 'Charle's ttammcr, of Marryviile prdvtipeaifsYtIiersob,vpart "rJ,3l (tlmn, Tlie safe wbs licalcnVoiK'n with 5V&Kl3 EsM ffffm. for $400. iti thefVaSc' bf X2oK arms, Rowland Lane escaped without miles from Danville Nothine Clincs a,nd they were! blessed w.llh uTeim , has been recent guest of Mr; W. dicr vs three h1ih.1i ilicavy Jiads., Will ,roiieAnic.duhUft hijiirvt TJiii, machine; belonging, e itoWftrliifefKe rnraras ilidic liJiiiimr aixanev va aft- - JatouIiI be learned almut the niachtne or Mturnililrpn. .two ot "tliemarrHvisr: It), llansont 'to ofsla-id- . 'y&KjKfMt i'raefw!f cai oi pfifrdr ,south ol th? mill, lounu IcredithVPuit S 2 acres, and iiidcmcrvr., p'PSftlie. case fpr Ruble, vas a total vvreclc'tj I J hidden in miiiic wcmK Sev- its, .(C 'ufiaiils e5ecptar ft camc.trom Mrs. lieorfie Rfirnev amlGeorire."Ghines '4 Mr; amUMrs. -in of mttwtwncvmsT V.ttekf.uTlla tlic" eral checks --were, takvn and two qf HarriHlsliurg. Mr. Cecil was serious- Hct husliand 'preceded her tt tlte'cniveJ Wliliamsburir.iare now.. guesU ol Mr. lht debt vs Gutman. Rumlev W. 'L..isMcCartv w Sirt ,howeef, M- iVSHaid i them were 'found hudcn under a ly inmrul and was taken immtdiatelv many years ago. blie was afterward and Mrs.Jaip'eS'Pruitt. , CRAB ORCHARiJ. engine and. acceso- vfc- ksstmond-i- q Mis3JHctticv White spent last week lKucht a threshintr his hrtme Avhcrc medical aid was marrud to Newton Dav idson 'father of Lair's hloodlioumh were takc ries, pi the case, ol HoJliday .is. Sipple, On Sunday last Mr. andfMrs.,L. L.T1 Ik'waj placed sco bridge, the null and a trail was easilv la Rev W. R. Dav idson, of Lf xipgton. He. with holncfeMks at Bowen. I he full extent of his in- Mimmoned. en to Tt "-'- . Merriman and J. N. Casi bought 20 acres of thb Sip- - Satulrs and Misies Kate ' Midilleton Mr, and but it is also died several jears ago. She, is pickid up and the iIok went uawn to )lirt-- lias not liecn A on urecn ftyer u evtn-e-r ard Annie Gra formed a pleasauPpar-t3iJ(c.hoJyL liorsc feature the U-uy u emiurenp one vsir, family,' molpred over to High Bridge pic larm advertised ..ifcere tor McKinney and known that the are of a dangerous na- 'uii railroad toward adjirdfied, and ae:s who motored to High Bridge, and Mrs. James Long, four brothers. 'Mes- last iSuuday' on a pleasure trip- Ihetice out in ihr count r a short Avay ture I Its horse whs-- instantly killed. were Iield. Uar'ry-Jtn- s' Sftlopitii re's "Jack. . were there joined by several dL'MW srs. G. W. Leach. John Leach. H.cnry Mr, and.Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson haie lo,s't ,V vsa to a thrtshtr camp wticre they Sanders, relatives from near, Lancaster, l'nnccss Leach, and Lance LcacliT Tlip rrl.i- - returned fronr an ipttuukd vasitwith the trail Some of the outfit wanted to News of the Cburchei BRODHEAD A most delightful day was Spent viewtives have our heartfelt sympathy in relatives at Libert). rik IjottnUfs alary ianJcll Cam" Service at the Baptist church Sun. ing the vscetKry of this most romantic A 100 page catalogue of the Brod- - their ad bcreaveinnt 4!iirti.-5ni-! ret "raicCiann. about tht iIoks coining. itiuriiiaii nl May they all Mr. and Mrs Roy Arnold, of' Danwest of here, had a fine head fair is now being finished and is live such a life here on ,loe fonpfiT Matlack and Shrop. L earth a Jp ville, and .Mr. Deals, of Louisville, day Julv 0, Sunday school at 930, spot. . -cow to rontinuc to le 'the Mb itinera milk of heifer K'M" birth last w.ek to a the largest ever put out by an fair in meet their mother, and Mtcr where were pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs Pleaching" at 11 A. M and 8 P. M. ''MrsBogie and son o! Lexington, are 1 white Morniui: subject "The 'Christians' Ac- gucMs Of Mrs. Robert L. Collier. s ,' "'3;i wakitiR pair of the cahcv Itoth had having this countv by 16 nati- e- The catalogue sad are never said and suf- Wm. Wigliam last Sunday St9Ni"Vr ' faces i bct strain. Joe i ferings are no more of the old Rockcastle county associa Miss' Sandifer, fcho has betn visiting Mr Charles Horner and Mr. Smitlt. cess to the Father." fter funeral serfine luck this car all around tjuartcrl meeting will be held at MrsM'.' L Fish and Mrs. Will Pettus 'a iiiclt; nlibuii. tion in lyiJ, witls A. M lliatt, Secretary vices conducted by Revs Smcleton and of Tennessee, with Misses Ella and 1i Sunday. returned o her home in Louisville, ou M.it (.olirn and John Snuloj. of l.cx Parker Swope left last Sunday for had 84 pages including the covers, that D.iv idson. the remains were laid to rest Kate Hanson spent last bunday' y, at Hebron church Saturday and Presiding Elder, Rev. W. E. Arnold, Friday last. She made many friends ingion, ai'nl Thunnan and IVtcrs, of his place of huiinos at Nashville, aft- being the record breaker until the pres- in the Pleasant Point cemetery to High Bridge. " , Spriliiifictd, were also aiming the wi- er a p'e.ivt visit to hismothcr and ent one gotten out In John Robins, the resurrection morning when await Miss Minclle Pruitt was the pleas will conduit services and all arc invit among, the younger set while here. God nner, Ghcn won first with Clara Hell, OtluT relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Rineheart went present secretary of the new fair. The shall call his children home, safe in the ant guest of Miss Minnie Straub at ed At the Presbvtenan church Sunda, up to London,, on Monday. They will catalogues will be distributed next week arms of Jesus, safe on his gentle Stanford last weelo tlai, while Situ ley's Siturc anil Mri. J. K. Helm arc Ju the igitjLi llie bet In the congratulations Mrs Walker Bailey, of Junction City, July 20. Sunday school at 9:30, morn- - visit their daughter. Miss Ida, who has ed a little unaoidably. The breast, there by his love o'er shadow-e-from their being Tliurman niirt' 1'eters won ni.ni) frirnils upon the Mrth of a pret- premiums are better than ever hefoie. sweetie her soul shall res. was hero last Friday to visit Mr. and n.g workup at 11 oc,Iock, LJoing tlie a school at Middlcsboro, Mr. firsi Jw'itli a maru ty baby daughter AH are doing earling Means of Knowing". Young peoples' and one hundred ami sixtv rings witi ed. sweetly her Soul shall rest. Mrs. Coulter White firm at Lexington has furnlsji. ' and tlwir tc:ear.old fiilv, Mrs. Love and Miss Russell, of Dan- met ting at J o'clocki M U'DE BROWN. ed him an automobile to travel in while Mrs. C. It MiConnack and sou. Car- two specials received too late to be Bur-gi- n iJii account ot the meeting at Goslicn canvassing for oils. driven h William ville, were guests of Mrs. Vm roll, arc spending the wetk with Mrs classified. The new grounds arc beauaeconipanled by Mis Pan- there will be no preaching service at last Sunday. tiful, surpassing the expectation of the Miss Carrie Nicholson, of Williams, J. H. Woods at Stanford. j" line: Judy, of Alt. Sterling, won the Lexington is now the Christian church Sunday morning. bur?, has been with Mrs. John Me,Clurc Mr. Doc Helm, of Mrs Kathirinc Spalding and daugh- management bv The finest shade at any cy tuniout, second went to John Smt- guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm. D. M. Walker. the this week. far than the shade at the ter, of I ouisvilU-- , are hire with rela- fair, better & Jr. A Mr, Elder, of Bee Lick, visited Mr. old grounds, which made Drodhead & Mutual Girl Series-Fift- h tives, for a visit Reel, Tuesday July 28th. fa Mr and .Mrs. Leslie tiopMns, vuo Levy' Elder's family a few days ago. fair famous. Two ot the finest wells Cost $39 to Kill a Fox Hound Logan Hubble and wile, of Stanford, of pure water in these parts, and the have been here on a visit with his parIn the county court last week, a jury Mrs. Mollie Burgin. who is'visitknr' Eastern Stars Conter Degrees weie up Sunday at K. MtCormack's. ents returned to their home at Louis- gave a. Al, Helm, o lurnersville a relatives in Shelbyville, writes sheets most up to date" ampitheatre south of On July ISth, twenty tncinUrs of ville last Wednesday Less Combest of Phil. Case county, Stanford. The elates are August 12. 13. ludgment for jov and costs against Will having a splendid visit and is vyell. Ci. s. Lincoln Chapter No. l'5, O. K. b. of sold 'I lie incident of the widest interest. Mr, Howard Huston, of Chicago, is McMee. Jr.. near Shelbv City, for kill. to it. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, a and 14, just three weeks from last Wed Mr. atid Mrs. Hatina who have been Hujtoinille, attended the riyular meet-tiii- R piobably, in the fifth chapter of the now the guest of Mrs. Walter Huston. ing one of Mr. Helm's fine fox hounds. lioarditig at the Fish Hotel have "moved ,,, bay gelding for $165. nesday, will want to come of (ilen l.il) Chapter U U. of Mutual Girl scries, is htr inciting with Mr and Mrs. B. P. Shewmak-e- r wem VA Lee Sihmson. a Boneyville neuro. who to Stanford to live, Ur. (ieorgc Wash, of Gibson, 111 was and eerylodv will be expected MIddlcburi; After other liiiIncs-- s of ndrevv Carnegie. As Margaret to Williamstowu last week; prospecting. nude a gun play at Nevin Carter some Mr. Miss Ruth Anderson, ot Cincinnati, Walthe" chapter had been ilisHised of, the at the bedside of his and her aunt are, pasting down Fifth Thy visited Mr. and Mrs. F.d Shadoan months ago, vvas captured by Deputy is 'ithi relatives here. Vl work of conferrini; the dcKrecs was lace Slide last wetk. Mr Steele is m HARRIS' CREEK avenue in their car thiw see Mr. Car- at Georgetown on their waj home. EmJ-rSheriffs Dr.ve and and Chief of Mr. Robert Collier has bought a aew turned over to the dearie team of a very serious condition. --!sW'ft, Mrs, Shelby Hubble is spending two Police Carter last week,, and' given $25 'Jaidius and crops are looking better negie in his j.irdeiis A mutual friend auiomui'iic, a oiueieuaisci. . .Misses llattie and Mattle l.ipps are since the rain. ' with them, ur'oduces the ladies to the weeks with her mother, Mrs. Coldiron Lincoln Chapter No, 'J5 which conand ten days in jail under the old law Don't forget to vote DEMOCRATS. . 1). Navi ferred the degrees of the ordir in a here with their sister, Mrs. i h'J'n ft The at Cincinnati. iticc is able to be out acain world's creates t iron master. for carrvimr concealed a tic idly weap- I... n....!.!...... Citurtit. Alter 1ktfiwfil beautiful ami unpressue manner uiiou ami other rtlatives. after acverc case of typhoid fever. drive en to H Jaeckcl t Sons' fur Mr. Randolph Coffey went to Dan. on, as the offense "Was committed before ', Mrs. Charles Singleton and fainjly three candidates. The lhapter was then Thomas and Jack New hern arc here siii.ieiicr irom wanvuie, spene house, where they make n elaborate villi-- last Monday on business. the new pistol toting taw was passed; are preparing to move to Charleston, Jf . j, clotcU in form after which all march-t- d with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. J Saturday night with his parents here. selection of costly furs. On the way Dr and Mrs. M. Lee Pipes and Mrs. S. C. where Mr. Singleton1 has pur- -' . to the beautiful old M. N. S. ijrouiuli NVwbcrn Misves Salhc and Fannie Gaddis, home, Margaret sees John Storm, the loe Coffey motored to Rolling Fork, Broughton Holdman chtseej property. We will surely miss ; where a baii'iuet was spread m the W. W. Bowman and daughter, Mrs. spent the day Sunday with Mrs. E. L country boy, and before her auiit real- near Middlesburg to visit Mrs. Pipe's Miss Lela Brouehtnn the attractive mis cxeciiciil liuiuiy anu hwk 'l- At chapel. The true traternal spirit was Warner izes what is happening, she has stopped old home known as "Shackelford." and her daughter, Miss Kate, Grubbs at J unction City. and accomplished daughter .of Mr, and. statement is not tree A predominant, and ever) one enjojed the were visitors at Judge flyers' last Miss AllieOvvens and Tom Ashback-e- r the car and rushed into His arms, much The aged Mrs. Swcariugen is very Mrs. uanie urouumon. ot near irau the, There are 250 guests' occasion, and went away fcelini; that visited Misses Mamie and Catherine to the amuse iient of the public. Scan- low. - J1 T W, Orchard ami Robert Holdman, son of here, we told and they are enjoying li was K'X)d to be a member of the Or Miss Virginia Dinvviddic has been Mr. and Mrs. Matt Holdman, of Crib ittr iirnr are dalized the aunt hurries Margaret home Mary Chestnut and brother, Miller at Willow drove Sunday, tnanv rari. k no inr der of Kastcrn Star,, Glcu Lily Chap-u- r Tom, of Marksbury, were the guests of J. W. McElfresh is reported very low and scolds her. That afternoon riding on the sick list for sevtral das. "n 1 Orchard, were 'married last week at grounds have never been more!, by W. M. Prof. Robinson a few dajs ago. Ut U., was instituted Mr Pullam Hughes, of Winchester, Stanford. Immediately after the mar. Springs He is not expected to live. with her riding master m the park when beautiful and Mr. and Mrs. Willis t1 ' i'auhne C Stephenson oa May 2Vth Little Fred Itice. son of Jack Rice the riding master's stirrups loosen and is visiting his brother. John Himhcs. Mrs. Win. McKinney has been ill ridge thev left for Lexington, where strive"' in every way to nuke this a under authority of Grand Patron, Geo for several dajs with rheumatism ami has been on the sick list for some time. he is obliged to dismount to fix it. she Mr. and Mrs. J. K Helm. Jr., Mr they will make their future' home Tb'y home in every scasc of the, wprd td M. Clark, and with the( assistance of is in a critical condition at present. lva Helm and Miss I.rii.i Jones ran. have the best wishes of their many Misses Margaret Lee Gruhhit, Ruth takes the opportunity to run v,iy Lost their guests. The very bes.t cooks to vff'iyrr? of Lincoln. Mr. U. It. JJollins, of Waco, Tex., and Nancy Kok spent the day Saturday in the woods of Central Park. Margar torcd to Lexington last Saturday shop, friends and relatives for a Jong life of be had are employed., and. every good et is restored by Storm, who takes her ping. his been here for a few da)s the guest with Miss Julia Gaddis. happiness. thing to be had conies to the table Mr and Mrs Henry Snyder, of Dan. joy and Pity at Hustosvilla George and Toinmic Thornton attend- home Near tlie House, tuey are over, of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Goode He is a temptingly served. It is and has ali of the latter. He has not ed the camp meeting at Shelby C't' on taken by the aunt and the count, who ville. was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Wm v entitled "llcware of Substi- ways been an ideal place for the old Eph Brown Wins at Lancaster dismiss Storm with scant ceremony and Singleton will be Kivcn at the. Alcorn opera' been here for about seventeen jears rtaiurtiav uigm The loner drawn out fiuht over the and young, and they are benefitted by Mrs Anderson and Miss Walter, of Itavnionil Walker and Albert Martin. hntry Margeret indoors She is sent to Mrs. .1 P Good. I) It. Dollms and t Hustonville, Wednesday eventiv Vanarsdale. Station have been guests of Lancaster iNisUifier was settled, Wed. a stay at these Springs. t 2V. Tins' delightful aijU pleas-rd- y I) W Dunn a cm to Covington on the were pleasant callers at this place on her room without any supper, for her Airs. AnuiC'llaldemaii, ot ijntlsvitlc, liesday bv the aptointment of Eph P. Sunday afternoon and thoroughly rebellious, Mri. Wm Merriman, waywardness will be a'iti under the aus. eMiirsiou last Sunday Mins Elizabeth Cox. of I.ouisville, Brown, the opular clerk in Stormes' will occupy the home of her sister, Mrs Miss Cora Mae Good went to LouisKousey. ol Mt rrceman, is visit-- she packs her clothes and prepares to Socictjfof the '6f the Lidies Aid and Miss Addie McAlister, of Lexiner. ilrui: store, and who was assistant post Murgaict James fpr the .rest of the r. his aunt Mrs lack Rice. . rliurfh of Hustonville. An ev- - ville Wednesday on a visit to her run away, i; I ' TIs. , .sm ton, are visiting Mr. am) Mrs. B. B. master imder Cleveland' Mr Brown is summer. John Walker spent Saturday night for a short time laughter and much fun Mrs, James has remodeled the entire .1 very popular democrat and had very emnK' of hearty Kinu'. ll'-TA TEXAS WONDER nminlu-d- . Mr 0 It. Dollms left for his home with Gcuigc Gaddis "IlLware of Suhstitutcv it Lin tHise and added every convenience. McCormack, of stroiia endorsements. His many Miss Marguerite of Mrs. Win. McCowan was calling on delightful refreshments Wedmsday evening by the wa ' After the play "It-- .. Mr lioocli. the new postmaster lias llustonvilte. is spending a few days at coin county friends will extend hearty The Texas Wonder cures kidney and ("ml T... ..f ?Ml.llllll(li ' Louisville He ordered the I J. scut to her sister, Mrs, Mike Bodner Tut tela) I.. ........I congratulations. taken possession of the office here. He Orchard Springs. gravel, troubles, dissolves bladder has served the country hotorably as deTr our ices, accept no other "llcware his home C It. McCormack will have afternoonlack-- Rice- - spent i Mrs A J Turner is visiting Mr, Mrs the day with cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, Mrs. f 'Substitutes." puty sheriff, and has a splendid repuYou're Bilious atd Costlvt O. Mr, Rrvan Carpenter at Dayton a public sale of her household goods Mrs John Rice Wednesday Sick headache, bad breath, sour stom tation and will fill the present position Vl Winchester Kverlody come Mrs Chris Driester was in Danville rheumatism, and all irregularities of Turner is with relatives at of Saturday eviiung ' CUrolax our dear ach, Furred tongue and indigestion. creditably we are sure. Of the retirIn fond rrmemberance She the kidneys and bladder in both men The abutment of the new bridge Tuesdiv consilium: a nhvsician Campbell Moser, w,ho mean liver and tiowcis clogged, ucan ing postmasters, Mr and Mrs. Hugh CITROLAX has been completed ami is now read) has been on the sick list for Several and women. Regulates blalder troubles friend Lorraine up Get n 25c bottle of Dr. Logan., we feel justified in saying no bed for the bridge work, as soon as a lit- davs t Give jt'to The Children King's New Life Pills today and empty one not sold by your drug, "Vctttli our ces she faded slowly, the office more credit- -' Miss Hrttte Rice visited Mis Allie in children. If physic in the world for chll. tle more filling is doue Finest the stomach and bowels of fermenting, ablv were more accommodating, or atgist, wilt be sent by mail on receipt of Growing (bv by da more frail: I'he niw concrete walk to the grad- Owens Saturday night and Sunday. Jove to tae ii u iairj lliey gassy foods arid waste. A full bowel tended more strictly to business than $100. One small bottle is two months II 'ini' suectlv all her suffering suits ed school is a dandy ami will he a lemonade It is mild-a- nd thankful they. The only fault to be found vas w movement cives a satisfied, treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a Without murmur, moan or wail. Ueii completed. Notice Kniiiiri, organs. It js tliQroug i eri.it iiiiiirovement feeling makes you feel fine Effective, thev were not democrats We ' 'U nun. anil stottess lily, . M.. cure. Send for testimonial! from tin old V. All members of the ' Ucps 'their systcnj cleansed. John It. Itiffc is the contractor and is vet mild. Don't urine. 23c 'at vour botlf Mr.and Mrs, f.O)ran' 'i nijf dilbv to titer sun, Societv are renuested to' meet at the and other states Dr F. W Hall, 2 wholesome, lttdoes the, same doing- an extra good joU druggist Buckkn's Arnica Salvt tor i"on their excellent effyrts to please '!' faith our dearest friend .I..aI 7 ...!. IO0. Au ueui Inwvkltllil .Smith nf l.dllrn collevc building Saturday afternoon at Olive Street, St Louis, Mo Sold by lj' rit Miss Margirel g nil Mfl, the public, cousin. Waller Moser burns. lad I druggists. j o'clock Important business, Walkei. Tcnn, ii visiting Mr. S .an wui,'gisiS4 2L I ,A,i..t.i. LHK liaterV;&.lLi.l!-li.0- 2Jil 'V STMknrlX'7 iBW ,'tf . IMMfiM-'iMi JtdmistokMistHwn Mrfifl? WS" Wmh j(7;;..vu 'oooo yiBj,,: v.cr:&...,ifl,l(uo. ..'.:' it 4JtoJKpWll 0 ii TVtimM CIMcGrat'lfci-i J ttrey" " Mit IrfBnKeL FaWlf. L.hb. wrxr IMLIUVJ IUTHU Tl HI. 3lierif tt iif. t'' &&?&&&';',yi . ftu wiivuivii, ",,-- kisAifullypit. I AlfeStfrimM VIMWej Is own'ed" I lntotfftjlUt,apif;tljsa stH( make Wayne. My Dear Jict Jljss MoruejUariima .Mr. Jeusie JWs-i- .. uj udTw.i:iK:,piiieri(i(m cnaractcr- KV Tffilfr )H Y ' t UMie'itAMonefjit tils family fu I'.'s- - ui. ... AieriinK uijuiiy in. I lie Vhje .fMtraf 'vJashilij at "Mrcrand' i..n.,.iM. air. i .... i i. . ... name r . r , miu. VJ d;.iu he fAUantiifa mSnMv , iTTaniS' . j w,uiutMiiMrrann ,iaiSfi rtU": x " V rrsijs: !? LoniiiaiU.ViadibinliabtMriiitLlMh. i.v. ; ?i m,.follovved bV'a four 'mf3' tAi IhhinBton.jSriMiWllsofr; Rocky ovcrtthe Mediterr5ften ?AtibnWeViitSlieir iuMerlyrteling ,bn. U !. !.. wttffave at'. t)r, Wounf. Srlow. Hrl; WWl,rngtm,'GTeWrf UitVXfiursilfy'iatithis' placcls-wftauonv Italy, tjur p9ft v"Ma MvTMePjpt ThesrpcetLig wai! b6th vine. ,jini0.T. iiiirnricrr. nniit (ititnr i" J.eutfoin,tIirslcit iyc arcyable1 poiiitsjNinef . so, reffigtAivj. ff.cr?." qis lti 7ak tt iJiiie.iamotiiii MUiVd serftd XrwM xlcndlitful luiifheflrl at fnodsit1o.Tiii'r6ffereil hi7spit,ality tbi suvilis, the cities," ilf tolly foar lpindredf weftiatlllertdii Jlerrcutaiicumr ftwdrrtu infihinri. . thf. Tarm lint cpunlrj- IfrTus 'more''' ' ioon, Ihere lifing.4)V aiXT.Ctnint ,&ry- - Dther f fte; autorusbilev FaisenWed. oC, .ttle bMoTHaUxiaBraksj, LibeJrly; . Dr. Gpdbcyjf'and .irojipcrf of nafmn-o- f fhJWrWIP' will. r0THir- - tgc rirVyWIIcDrC PricUnd Powell, of Sci ber ivv,Jtonie. in 4h asif4whniOvilJJ- 4, 1: nauyu'niK,J-n!viytJi- , 'iMiiy.T, zalion vvas ba!eirrHr.i.sJ.shrfct'rrt.ll,5o-f.'. lot ''r1 if not lusher, than .otir owp'held-the- enihJaKC, nott was there Iv'JiJRry oHe. Srlas VMeiscK1, entertained m m apiiL-tiic, i? .; ..r i iMr-.-u- l, mai,i. l'a-"-- . h tri v-- hc-- fy ro Pfii' 1, 1ms., w O.uisr. It. .. ei ff. ilinoted -- IfowfthhWllrm uim-oery r5fe jTfe.r..ar n3j4 HH,K-,ftW!nl- '4i i' ri'lsll ,M &'.rMlW,?2i)r-- ' VJW't Jb." nV$&Vi rt.j ii " --; iWylXV.-ff,;,"'.- j f' SHSf&sfc cvirrr , St.;rs yfeJJifTg&j "i""'". - j.. .. "- ilr - ,Jfl PUttergeafli;.WcUed4.X.i wMI i-. - 6SSi V ' -- J e ' - v.l - jGi'L xe lrL r; ?f Rry of'-hi-- - 2-- wn ,yh yj i - ima Jtt . rriust-5lia- 'Mercer ., gath-erifi- n -- - z.jjvi T."..i nai tncd'hy ucatir-siimvc- nt; rfftm-lnat- tt ns. t u wjf arc-Jno- vis-il- kW ' i n ibM 'tin, c tl' '-' -j' :- ... 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W I 'BBbBS BBBBSIBBB j " lfllUBIll :fitui-Jr- llnlit KiiKt.vai WalUrlf. .T M-. ii V.I'Mi'tayir "'. .vt ..,J4 rpin ciiii, .! tc i. ...... rf . . . . ttiabftMfcfkinr J I ...j5' AU V II I'OA 1J S 0 '1 I ". .2 2 () ll- - 0 . 1.5 1 (I 1 . i . 0 .3 kXhlY Uoylc 0rrtrcct l.tjiliew Urinies .. . .:.f4. ..1 2 2 Si (I I "'tVSBW rABVfi! ff)d (Iteir . .'ilBWiA KSi M;waa V rs, fcsaa? avT33i' 1 lltit- Kalli wtrc tlic tirinci- itow". 'In Th6- - aceil Hiilv Joe v'llf'CMrk cuiinty, ftas iiitcesi iri.icJt stake. liroiiRlu nut a gitol '$j0 w huitK t. Jill ti to to MflCtt 'and McCinn6rK'. Of .cured Jt.irAi and tlnrd fmn(?,j v " LinuAav witiiiii. rerii filled aud Mjic lioric.rinuN Wirt --Mftft excclliiiti Mattafk itrtfcwc toritinurU to If ail ' 'tlic'-r't(MMkncvH'ii(.'thi.' allion ii rrttfci' .riiui uy &trt)- - atkveoimty. ;Ji4aminc .1 Kiynoldi rfTw?. 00 itrinu 'fiitt nejctjMrekc " 1"0TAI. f II 527 lite lactj ami icn- 2 6S .?Htrit )lli'xclicuL Jicerr lilimi'iR J i; 2 04 J5 0 I7 2 )k ol Montsomery, V ClirHtian, 5 TO 1 . 1 Mctli-li)t('ria- if 2li , l.'.v! 4 uo u 4 2 (h 7 U. 1 2 000 0 14 ,"4J 9- -T hy J'liinvlo. I) l.tplien (, jlrctt l'hy aner none, llasc Two Imc lnt. l'ini 4; Coleman. K. rnoliL Walker. Three liasv lilts, lint. llraiy. Home run,' Stone. Iirv, . llrady. Stolen Uav., Ej'lirady, Jvililm, A llra.lv, Miank IMnlile jiljiy, l.el'bou, I'erkins to Yajjcr. Struck out IV;r--ki- .... 1 0.2-- 0-- 11 liy OvVr- - ot( I'iniu pitelier, l.incir) Ii 2-- .1 Hill (Ii) l fti IIW llffmUMi:, Wllllc v.SP?AjR-TWspva- f u wir wiijnc wii ciysr .lvCl' ' ? ".RTvriWJiig tX i . :rtywti! c.v. "C5rir'ti',V ...i .1 iiivc .Mnrlah a : wiiiiJs',,i'ntHii it , aim c.icnaiiKc powencsr i .11 iv o Mnip cry itruniumK l"""(r iwr- - 'I1iIai1I fjixclail' mail service to Make lhis x ". In ,lhf settlement. a large fjernian ralivn lejl four ciitVie,, one of thrm tlu- - Cm- Wa'i (Jilaecd firsj, J(tiotliei- lliinl, riildon WiiViirihiiri,' .1 lmv t'umi on Mmtliern, aljo will. Ret cotmtv al tears. . ti -- t '!'s ?"", AP! Ueafnuil :d wrlii-- .Th'w Wivnev '! i .1. J. Kaiisddl sold Ins 55 acre farm t( ir and livid a loiisistout Christian ' r tnu in 1111, iiaic was "'-Cfirnijhville pike io I M scotl, ltle mini hir fit it Ii slwwiV "v .r.n4'.r' ou'the TJon l.y Kentucky ' tholce. .o .r,rn,ra. T5L. by During her illncs. evm m her great-ty' K" ula of Anderson county for j.s,5(Kl. Cohen Konrili KomU to I'nncc-- . Kn, 1" !" . " I. ... '.. "l,""""' .sufferings she had a kiml .. ,..y mP Ip.ra ridden li) McUv ,r '. and loving word for ;11 who ii,itcd r-(Jianvillc Cecil Hurt By Auto One of the mo,t jle.nint; omtcsts' III r ami was netcr known to complain,' St If USTONVILI.E .wa the' Irarticsi clasi .. fdr'auid tnarciU. rauville (.ml. a promituut f .inner, J but was iviUiug lo submit to God', will, ... .: v. M. BKK SJic dfleit expressed herself as befog ol Hojle count v. was stiuck !) all prt p.inil to go and no doubt but she is Thuisd.i) uUernooti while a horse toward D.ui.illo neat his with Jesti, and loved odes 0.011c before l,rc" ,0,n fr,,,n a Aa f' Tl" ''"PA -- r "h Mini on tin llarrodsburp pike, about She was first married to Tbom.is 'l Nothing (jtiiies and they were blessed with thru- miles from Dam lilt lie -:-i- v o3 -lotibi he learned about tin machine or tour children, two of them are Using-MrI, rififcu- Ws TJ dausei The extreme Kncefulne.. George Riimo) and George, tiaincs its loetipaiit, C!ir(pt tlat it i.une finiii Bl . n.-the performers wa a i1ca,ptr to the era I iheck, were taktn and two of liarrodsbiiri:. Mr. Cecil wa, serious-I- Hei husband tireceded her to the grave . nix'ctntors. Miropilure lumexcr. w.i them were found hidden under .1 injtirid and was taktn inuueiliatel) many tears ago She afterward .'able to drive l.adv lioscinoml to Me!rtdi(t Lair', bloodhound wire tak- - to hi, home win re medical aid was marriid lo Newton Davidson father of lon-, VhSIc Clar!( llelle w.i, placid sci- (.uinnioned. The lull extent of his in- Rtv W R. Davidson, of Lexington. He in . In le null ami a trail was easil" juries 111111. has not been learred, hut it is also died several tears aco. She i, .itiil the lion l went uow'n to On Tlnrdav the show"hor,c feature !';KK'" hsso il I nvard MiKinmv and known th.it tiles are ot a daueeroiis na survived bv Long ciiildrttif one sj.tcr. ..... ii ..'He im ...in Mrs lame, four brother,, Mes- Ihetiie nut ihe cnumrv a ,lnrt war ture Hit, hor,( w.ls instaiitlv killed hy Matac,k X Shtipihire', Jack It.irr ,r, I I.eaoli. John Leach. Hcnrst. .1 thrchir camp wfiere the. lot ( Jone,' I'micru, V mere. tA' w.u I.ijcIi. and Lance Leaolt. The relaSome of the outfit wanted to BROUHEAD Lowmle,' Marv .imlcll tin trail Cam" iicoinL Mr tives have our heartfelt svmnathv alumt the. doit, oiitmtiK. "raie s III) pane catalogue of the f'rod-hea- their ad bereateirtnt ;ii(jl lhnriii.111 .tin! l'ox ra thin) Mas thev all Jin- i.inii. west of hert. had a fine Kroljiu futitili Mjlluik and .shrop. lair i, now liemi; tuiished and is I'te such a life here on i.irlh as to lie the ln VMiimrN. milk ''w In rfiii' bitlh l.i,t wtek to a the largest rr pul out bv auv lair in mitt their mother, and si, tor where 'shire railiiim t. luniHtii; four t tn, ....!...., :...ikmi; pair "f heifer calve, Until hail while this count) by lo page . The catalogue sad good-hto- s ,tram Joe is liavnit; of the old Rockcastle uHiiitv associa- terms are no are iteter said and sitf.i, lacr, nf tin ,1 total ol iliiht slii. a- - uitiiotit the more fter funeral line luck tin, vtar all around condlicted bv Res, Smgliton and iita liiikle rililmii tion m l'12, with A. M Hunt. Seculars ' Mat lulu n and lulin mile. "f I Simdav for had S4 paee, includiiiK the cover,, tli.it DisiiLoti. the remains wore laid to rest Parker Swnpe left aii. I I huriiMii and 1'tlers. of In, (dace nf husine,h at N'a,hville, alt- being the ucord breaker until the I in the Pleasant Point ennelir) to await er a p'c.tynt visit to his mulhei and SpriliKfichl. were aUn .nii.uiv; the winone gotten out bv John Rubins, Hie resurrection morntnc when (iod C hut won first with I Lira IScll, ol her relatives hero ner. present sicretarv ol the new fair The shall call hi, children home s.ifo in the 111 '.he three .illeil cl,i, wlnlf .Smile)', a la logins will be ilitluit ti t next week arms of Jesus, safi on his eentlc itnrc and Mr. J. K. Helm are t in the run- !u"H) Jlqjf xv'uo the oiitijjr.itiil.ilHUi". from then lit'iUK delated a little 1111.1voi1l.1ld). I be breast, there hi hi, love o'er ,hai'nw- I Jioynt nnu. llnirman tinit I eter, won mall) f'lend, uioii the Iilrth of a pret-- ; proimmu, are bettir than ever before, ,settlv her soul shall re, jtli'iy j'eorluit; il.ikj. fir,t with a tn.irr I. svvtetlv her soul shall n st All are douiK vxdl and one hundred ami ,itv rings, witt hih claughnr PSTiul foal and thiir two.e.ii-ul- i fillv. M M'DIPiROWN Mrs L U MiCormack and ,011. Car- two spieials received too lati to be Me-- I . Jjiti1 Ariiuld. driven h William roll, ate spindint: the weik with Mii classifitd. The uivv grounds are beaul.s.iMie. .HiomiMuied h Mi, I'.nt .1 II. Wood, at Stanford tiful, sitrpassinc. the expettation ot" the ......... ... ... ... ... , , ... . .. .. .v........... , J , .,, . .O. . , wywwisi line Mid. of Ml. Sterling, won the Un! The finest shade at ail) Mrs K.itlu nut- Sp.ihlitic and daugh- nianagement ' CJ ,rcimd unit to lulin imi- ci turnout. t.ur. heller b) far ill. in the shade at the ; ter, of louisville, are here with relaMutual Girl Series-Fift- h old grounds, which made Hrodhead tive,, lor a vl, II Reel, Tuesday July 28th. lair famous Two ot the finest wells jj l.i'lMii Hubble and wile, of btantnrd, of pure vvater in thoo ptrts, and the Ci Eastern Stats Cuntcr Dcctees weto up Stiudav at I" MiCorm.iik's. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... most up to date ampilhe.itre south of .... t.'. t'J. t' ... t' .'. ...e t'.. f! ,'. .'. (i: :' X H On Jitlv 18th, tvMiilv memhir, ol I.e.,. Case) count), Lincoln Clupler No I'ft. O ! . of snbt to Comhest Liof Phil. lliistiiuville, a Stanford. The dates are ugiist 12 13, lilt iiiciduil ol tin widest intircsi, II y and 14, just three vvnk, from last llllitoimlle, altv'iided tile tiKul.11 im.il-tnu- t livi veir-old W ha) iku, ot tor pvert limit will want to come piobabls. 111 tin tilth chaptir ot tin KclduiK $lo of dleii Lil) l h.iptcr l' I), of Muliial Girl series, hir uititmg uilh , 111 I)r (ieorue Wash, ol was and etertbodv will he expected MlildlebnrK After oilier hu,iue.,, of As Margaret Mr ndriss L.itngie at the bedside ol In, half brother, U.il. the ch.ipttr had lueu di,Mied of, the aud her aunt are pas-mduwit I'tltll a, Ian Mi vie last weik Mr Stick Is in wotk ol I'liiiferritiK the decree, HARRIS' CREEK assiiiu in tilt . r car the. see Mr Car over to tin dearie team ol a verv sirnuis coiiditinii turned lardtus and crop, are looking Uttet iii'giic in hi- - . ardiiis muliial trntid Mi.m's 11. iltie and Mattii Lipp, art since tin ram Lincoln l hapler Nn 1V5 vvhiili constub tluiii. ur'oduces the ladies to the I) Xavi of the unlir in .1 lure with their sister. Mrs. ferred the I The) master. iiKine Kin is aide to be out again world's guati- -t iron juil unpriive manner utioti and other rilatives aflir a severe case of t)phoid fever drite 011 lo H J.iecktl R Sons' fur line c.iiiilidalt, I In (.hapler v.t, then 'Ihomas and Jack N'evvhern ate here Max Ashb.it her from Danville, spent house, where the) make on elaborate iliunl in lorm afur uhuli all m.ireh-i- with their parents. Mr. and Mrs I). J Saiurda) night with his parents here. selection of lostl) furs. 1)11 the w.i) to tin hi.iulitul old M. N . urouudi NVivbcrn Misses Salhe and Faiinie (iaddis, home Margaret tees John Storm, the wlieri a h.uiitiit wa, sprtatl in the W. W. How man and d.iuj;liler, Mrs. spent the da) Sunday with Mrs. K. L. couutrv ho), and before her aunt realchapel 'I lie true fraternal .,pira wa, Warner and her dati;htir. Miss Kate, tiuibhs at Junction Cits she has stopped ize, what 1, predominant, and everjouc injojiil the were visitors at Judttr MjerV last Miss Allie Owens and Tom Ashback-e- r the car and rushed into llis arm,, much and went awav fielinu that vv eek occasion, visited Misses Mamie ami Catherine to the amuse nent of the public. ScanI' was koi to Ik a meiuher of the Or dalized the aunt hurries Margaret home Miss Mar.v Chestnut aud brother, Miller at Willow tirove Sunday. dtr of La,teru Star, tllen Lily Lhap-ti- r Tom, of Marksburv, were the miosis of J. W Mcl'.t fresh is reported ver) low and scolds hei. That afternoon riding by W. Si. Prof, Uobinson a few day s, U. 1'.. as instituted He is not expected to live. with her riding master in the park when ao. Pauline C Stepliiuson on May 2th Little Fred Rice, son of Jack Rtce the riding master's stirrups loosen aud Mrs. Wm. McKinnc) has jieen ill tinder authority of draml ratron, (ieo. for several da), with rheumatism aud has hetii on the sick list for some time. he is obliged to dismount to fix it. she M. Clark, and with the assistance of is in a critical condition at present Misses Margaret Leo lirubb.s, Ruth takes the opportunity to run awav Lost officers of Lincoln Chapter. the woods of Central Park, Margar. Mr. I). U. Oollins, of Waco. lex.. at. Nanc) Fox spent the dat Saturd.it et 1, rctorod b) Storm, who take, her Iris been here for a few ilavs the nucst with Mis, Julia tiaddi,. (ieorge and Touunie Thornton attend- Ilium Play at Hustonvitle Near the liou,c. the) are 01 er. of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. (ioode. He is a law of the latter. He has not ed the eanii inciting a; Shelb) Cit) on takiu lis the .11111 ami the count who A. play entitled "Iteware of SubstU sou-i- u lis'iiis. Storm stith scant ccicmoiii aud Elites will be KiM'ii at the Alcorn opera been here for about sevrnlcin year, Saturdav night ii? Ravmond Walker ..ml Mbert Martin, liturv M.itKoril indoor. She i ,itit to Mr, J P (.oo.l. I) K Dollm, and iliouSfrat Huslomille, Wediiesdaj 2". 'I his delightful and pleas. I) W Dunn unit to (.oviiiKlou 011 the wore pleasant callers at lhis place on her room without am supper, for her Sundav afttrtioou ssasw.irdiioss ami thoroughly rebellious, eiur,ion last Siiudu) inRXpmnly will he Kiven under the l'1v !voiise).of.Mt Fioeiiian, 1, visit-- she pack, hir clothes and prepircs to Miss Cora Mae (iood went to Louis-vilb- id Societ)- of the f the Ladies Mi, lack Rico 1111 asvav tie hi, aunt Wediiesda) on a visit to her sis rfllaptist church of llustouvillc An Joh'i Walktr 'pun Saturday night of hourly laiiKlitrr and much fun ler, I ir a short tune A TEXAS WONDER Mr. U K Dollm, left for his home ssiih IIkiuii (iail'li, is promised. "Hi ware of Substitute Mr,. Win Mcdivviiu was callinp on hv the wa.v ' After the play deliuhtful refreshment of Weihiisdav evtiimu I The Texas Wonder cures kidney and J. sent to lur sister, Mr, Mike Itoduor Ttitdat win be servid, "Hew are of Substitute". l.oiiisvilli He ordeud the 'ifteinoon gravel, troubles, dissolves bladder Try our ice,, accipt no oilier "lleware his limn'' tin- - il'iy with Mr, lack Rico ,MMit Mrs. C U. MiCormack will liave of Substitutes." runs diabetes, weak and lame Kicks, i a iuhlic sale of her household koimIs Mrs. John Rice WoiiHdav . Mr," Chris Dricltr tsa, in Danville rheumatism, ami all irregularities of ."Mt'ird.n evinint; l'Aer)bod) come Citrolax She the kidney, ami bladder m hoih men of the now lunlne Tuesday consilium a uhvsician. The abiiliiuut C1TK0LAX has hitn computed ami is now read) lia- - bun on ilk- sick lit for several and wurmu Regulates blalikr trouhWs ilavs for the lirulKo work, as soon as a lit, Give It to The Children If not dd by )fiir drus!-uik- t. children Miss lletlie Rue visited Mu Alliu Finest phytic in the world for chil- tle mole fill'mii is iloiu will U eut by ttvail mi receipt of Owen Salurdaj uiitht and Sunday. The niw concrete walk to the iirad-tThey love to take it it taste dren. fltvi. One snull Iwtll is two HWttlh school is a ilatid) aud will he a It is mild and suits like lemonade IreatHwm. and soltkuu fails Ui (strfccl a Notite ,tn'it coinpitxeu. sensitive oruani?. It is iliorotmh uri.it iiiinrovemivii their from h' , tue eoiuraeio and is M.. cure Send for tMlimwiiiU Ml iiu'inbers nf tlif old V and keeps their svstem cleanse!. loiin li Ivitie J Dr R W HI' ?.' Soiietv ari r,Huosted to meet at the and otlur .ut. " sweet and wholesome It loes the same ito'iii! an estra koimi l"o. v Mo vdd ",i Olise Stroit st Mi Martiirit Snnlh r.f l,ll..-- , colleue Iiiii'.hnit Saurihlt afternoon at druggists for Krw up. V0, ; " "'l'a' ,axalne 1 S hllsl'H'ss Walke, Mr ,S el'ik IiHiita"t Tctin, is visiimt; For sale hy all drucijists. .. 1 ..f--l. ,; tnanRc in Kurai Koute Serlc np.Uch from V.iliiiiKluii liwllic iiicix',Tol' iih tru-c.... iiV.i... . .!: aiiill. .t..i -Utter Mfi' at 1.1111ft iii Harriii.rinKfwtli lu lirf'r oj lliWr mini .. iciiii iiiuaj I l( nir.il iMiiiniii (If mail Mr'! ;.i.iiii,inceiiK"ii Jftalliiiii, vTio-mo . ... i. r ii.iiii,ji!T,rMuiin. ny . ...... ..i - ,iuc ia!ie,iiuTK I'tir;"..'!, .i.iir .. f.iiti pFJ were 12 in 5 3 imii'iij off Vaiier in 3 ji,wtij:i off OverMuet 2 in one innitiK SVntVr, i injure Pinny and Kice. i ii.jiii.i3 vv;iiiti.in I'uiin,) mid l.cheu llil off I.eplicw. nf OtcfMreit on oallj, 1, .St on t, Hit' h,v i NTr, ril' olt t, 2?,?-l- - (..rfl0r, ;i.lK-i;i'r- ;v ...'... .. . 1 frtitH'of the ,jjcayii -- , nlliinJwitrtL,-,.VV i.i.a. fl .""""tvtlfv meett atv..ihiv., Mouiit routr itjp.ijie. rruf5 thi in vi 1. Ii.' . -- J0.?. .!f: ..... I , S S. Missouri, Naidcs) Italy. Ironi Ins anccstofty llis oh Home which Id vvhl'h liavi been scMitously preserved ' is.i'iti The 5taniofd pike, is owned hs ' int.;, tlnsllaVj and thai stilj thakc W.lvnc ,I" ,9H ' " J,mc' I Aly Dear lynclc; cm s surieriiir in citaracier- Mjsj Mollie Harmon Mr. Jesaic Ifus- - eoif-lliiar.ii. , Mic of aplioUlc vvthcttillg to ail) m.tlie Jo'11 is the only. ope'i)f ills fai'ml) left! .After a tw'o week's vovagc acron 1 lie 'fttritrJl was iliclil at Mpreland Uorid. Sir liiie, In theynamc (if hi (he Atlantic, a shoa stay in Tatwier Lv;.an., had ".nl'uiit'?liioiii fit i-- iitin- - tfrtca, and Gibraltar, and Mgejcras, lM.S.,i. vl..!.,.il m dr..l mnt.ition,-exuiidm,s far.ouih Spain, followed h) a rotir tlayV ,riic Cctitfal Kentucky Medical hcldillieir nUarlerl) mcittug.uti Ii Wilmington, and, tr), Wilson, Rocky otcr the Mediterranean, we' have thp at Thursdjy at this place with l)r.; Mount, Snow, Hill, Washington, Green last landed ul "Sunnv It.ilv " Our ort last nam, 'oiixrin. M " Lee( Pipes. The meetjng was both' sille, KinsUxt, Laiiraiyje.anil' other Is Mppv Wotu.tliftcitjAvi arc able iiitcri'sthig itid instru'qive, Airs. Pipes poitus, 'ami so rd(wiisivcr were liis to'-- visit the f.itttoii 4olaiino Mt. So. 4 (ftotvlandj Slaiiford John c. PepplesJiidRe, J.ilbllnt Visjcli Sheriff. served a 'nidsf delightful luncheon at friends to 1ns proffered 'hospitalit) that suviiis. the cities jf XtmL Pomiii. .cBn-(iticllull) four hundredr were gathired. in neTciiiaiifjm, v in, 1. lerk, ThoA.-- " iircscift 'vtetf. ' Dfs Mack Royalty, no6li. and'tlttniBiBM nfsCupri. Indue Diiulap, Moutomcy, Cowan, , Smith. ihe farm house grove MMi rda) after-oexj1 . h.i in s counlrs- - u voil llure hoitigiyactttil' cirtint Jix- - 1 iKtorKlftonnebiorLv khTtV-- any morp Cowan; of Danville, Dr. Murphy, ol Crab Orrlmrd 'Js'u I I'evt P.irrish ihaii", .,. . five ant jniobile, Sissetnbled oil tnc -. Libert). Drs. Godey and Hopper, ol JudkeUl.H fItrotjaufih Sheriff, Cal ',.. - other i.tiiiiii 01 111c tmnn-'ien- l will remem- Nrylu rinlRf.ylt II. hoRan'Clerk. Perry ville." Drs. Price and Powell, of cinc and Otlnr velucjes Jialore, .and U-- r lnot Rome, in sin ages when, civiliHafroihliufg. JJrs.-.Ucbr- n. Crab OrclianUNo. 2 J (i. C'arpvnter., Darker. Chil-dres- .s stlieii the "eitc" wai ready there .was zation was liaieiTon l '1 T standard as high in the great a and Weatherford, of lltistonsiltc not i, lawnard gtii-Jr'Clerlf,,,.lv.e'?sivl.ind Judge; WP J.' if not higher than our tieoTKe Oislivit and vtifc ofCiiicin- - , ,ljeld the airs, snas .Messer entertained ver) dmldage, nor was there a Ifjugrv oiie c'piv ami admiratiiln own.the of- entire bcTotlnd when the HiclJ and clul.lm,. ..of 1jia,uti fully party"her home 'in honur'of tfi The ' noted negro ftust.iv,( tmilieil Vjhrldriint"thrlfmrian oIdte.rs came to flirt? eJt Joni ! evening. last barbecue c ..r;, s,!""."f- - Ii '(uii.ni.'.ml her house refreshmentsTuodat served. Geo'ge Korii"ga), with crops chef he feai'i'd diajl In contemporaries', hosv Delightful of were Jh.Ikc, Jolm t William, Slicrlff., sculptures, artists and Those present were Missis Minell Prttitt helpers, was 111 chitge,of tjiepo sphere the tatcrr-tnA'avnesbviri No. 2. (Kinc's Moun. .McKiime), spint Mat) Hanson, Mabel McCItirc, Nan-ni- e tie.'piLs iTerc spillid and every- - fea- thestafeSijirti. culptqr, artists and JoIii 'AA.. dooqi,1,, of...... iainlrPald Hauaaril Ittdcc. It'iohc t f.i I. ll.n.i r...Mi. '. t.f Widdle, Florence North. , Cthei ture, ul t!i deligntful iiccastun was so the men of",dettor grfatlt:.;.'cc'eljed I'lillt Sheriff, lolm V. Sincli'toti Clerk. . nh....'.: i IWWtH ,1IIU T .,i... . .- ' )UIJII, Hi .11(1 ' These 'men J - Kiniieyspetit Sundav with their Ul'OlUf Hurt. .11, LHcn ICad. Sallie Ilacli. Jen admirably' admitu,tired bv Mr. Lutes 'those of other countries lanitj nvif ludui. ; daugh" No. J.N ynie Cox, Minerva Cox, Bettie Waliers, :mu his) assistant- - that there was ifot ro,t to the pinnacle oi 'amc, they were WaSnesbnri fHiiddandl ter Mr J. H. Jjnnth. Leila Jones, I.ula Rotitf, Mildred Hop. a hitch in the whole round of festivity, the champions in aluu.'st every jiranch Uave Iltinon Jud'e; Wm Hints.' Sher.Miss. l.elm uoiich and Luther 'Rtis- - 4tsips, .nary T'f iis. nicrica litiiiiiard, aciiic and .while 'the great timing of guests tempted hv the Iitxiuies thai tnturally iff ; P G( Uauh Clark- - M S. Hastin. ...11 ii... 2i. ...:..-....";- . C".x, alllc i.ox, and' .Mary Kucll. pre.scnjcd Jhe appearance of an army, exfsted Ijicre. rnthef line, were doonf-r-d Juil?. I.anra Johnson Saturday nlctit thciri marveled at the Mos- Messrs. Sandidue. to revel th.-i- Jivcikto damnation, Hustonville N'o L W M: Mvcrs IVbfl O" Wripht, will instruct a tT, Tom,Clifton Jes"Kontt, WalterPntitt. and and one of Hen seme JtidKcl;-1iineRciHut rtliesevsamc Routt. wondered if tlte "provender" of culture. pcoplt Clfrk. T. 'J, Hell singing Class lure in the ncar'fiiltfrc. Iva Helm, Clanda Diuwiddic, Tom tto.ild prove sufficient, their perturba- .Rome the citv of'thescvcn hills fell. Jililur, ym KiBticy" Sheriff. Miss liva Leach is visitutu Mrs. Uach Clav I)avi. Logan McCurmack. satisfaction was .hort-hved It does not seenu (eamnalilc tint aiiditheir ter a. lliistonvillc No. McKm. (SajtrKfgnej at compUtc. fur not a guest was hut countiy with such people as this one Jatiics Hall, (arvlvle Myers, Howinan ne) .Sheriff, fiiue lJimn JihIko,. James Don't forget to vote Myers. C. W H'ulWd. Alildrcd Hub- tion looked nor de!a)cd. and each oiuj had had could eter fall jso'Motv at this one f.rtilibsr' Juilgr"; ti. M. Poayvhotifc for Heckham, Saturday, Aug. Tadv ) Mrs Lutes, too, did i feast lit for a, king : clerk. . '. ' in memory, of Mrs. Tahitha David- - bard, Oliver IvajU, LeeMesser. Tilford Dr. and Mrs. AI. Lcc Pipes, and A arge number of her lad) friends, 1 .'fiirnersv'illc) N'estcrday tve vistted Pompeii, one of Isjo lliistninillc' m. ttho departed this Itftj. May the 10. Russell. were t special guests of the 'Occasion the famous cities nf old. and saw- - the l)ac Keiiix'ily Jndae; S. AI. Helm, clerk' IV14, aced 72 years Gild in his wisdom Mr. and Mr. N'oah Hishop We desire to express our sincere and and thet cnjo)ed nert moment of their ruins caused hv the eruption of thovol-cjin- o. Sherman Cov ludoe'. Lee Manninc? ju,t a icw'tteflcs axo called one of his, heartful thanks ti all ur relative, experience. Tlitf' management of tlte Mt Samina in tjie vear'79 before .Sheriff elitldrcn hojno, a dear mother from our frtcud apd iieiKhhor, for the kindness Keiiturk) Horse; and Mule Company Christ It is wonderful to note the IliiMonville No. 4, (McKinnc) ) R. midst' gen-eall- v r" unt Tdili' as she-.tva- s and sympathy shown us in our late appreciate their friends, and (rout town pi ogress nL these people of two thou-Settdder .Indue, arney Tanner Clerk called hv every one, was afflicted and std bereavement in the loss of our and country alike ,were their guest, sand tears ago In the National Musli. O Cniiih JikIkc. Jjttnes Yocuni with, a cancer 'on 'her face which cati,-i- l dearly hit; liarbecue, eum ui Naples wc saw ihe excavations and . father. g.ilhind at vesterd.-i)'.beloved IikIro. jier death She had lueu ill for about Huston Pspeeially do ve than",' and the universal verdict was that it ol these ruins. 17 iiumtks.Tniil Fvcrj thing here has dcAth must 'have lieeti Walter' t Waegouer. for his consoling was the gu-atcspopular listite gath-eiin- g hoi-tmost iiile'restint" and instructive. a swift relief tfi her.a-Ije- r snffermg Iter Jitg. Mercer County Farm Saleswords; the pillbiarers or their scr-tie- Wayne county hate iter witnessFrom hero yc tsill po to Grayeseml. tot 1) L Monro, of llarrbdshuri; was so iiic.1t. Two .months nreunus tL the donor, of the bcnutiiitl floral ed. Mr. Luates wa, veiled a prince of ,old'last weik lor Mrs. Wallace Kart-M- t, illt"- deatlr she went to Winchester to tribute, the doctor, and Mr. Primi. the entertainers, and ho was variousl) nom- fcaport.of Lonilgnl. sst- -Wr will be there fourteen dat-s- . g6 in Hamilton .ofjLavvriuceliitrg, her fine' 000-aiC- e he tri.ttcd lit a ,s.i'ia!t,t, hut fiotliinc lijndortnkrr for hi careful and.cotnp"-- . inated yesterday for offiic" from Gov Ror.ds for tsvo then weckn' target practice. ailtld be idotii" for her. ishc returned larm in Mitccr loitnt), lor itent manner 111 conducting all funeral oriior down to Senator, but he graceful iie stfr sviiicli ve shall start for'honfe cash or .equivalent. W. II. Car-on,i- to Mrs Oiorge Rignc)', ttheri Ftotn the bereaved tsnl-In- ly declined to consider an) of those: ihout Seit 'arrannemint D.mvilii, .was tJie punhasir. had uiadciljer home lur some time and and famils urelirmt'its insisting' that lie' did not" st t. soon cuntimd lo hir tud 11 tlut Mr,. T. A. Smile) and little grand sum; an)-- office whim might conflict l'liu '1, a little over $1.50 per acn aud loving hands could do was done for Auto Turns Over yVitu Young Meri-- . is oiu of the bluest real estate tran- hi-r- . her ntiuisiou in Heaven was dauuhters, of Lexington, arc 'now in-itm- ii stub Ins giiing his irictieU another lug Jmt saction, that has occurred in Mercer completed an 1 God barlx'cue ne.xt,. year. It siontod as if 1'ive teiting men, all. residents of Dan, Mrs. J..K. Haiighman called lur to that The , laud, count) for a Ioiik tune. Mrs. John Mo.-e- r returned luM week cviiibojy "vtiis tlicre. coiiscniienUv cv tilie, had 'a narrow. escape from death She ullii'h is'ricli and well improvid, has hitter home beyond the skies. ert'iHidt knosvs what a ri'all)-(leligluat an earls hour Wedi.isday inornum tueiP rented do Holita ittos., for severs, had been a inemhtr if the Pleasant fiom an extended visit, with relatives oei.lsioit' it was. I whin an auton.ol.iilc tit uracil the) were Point ilaptist fhurvli for a ufitnher or in Pulaski county. .The County Hojirif. of Election Com. compoicd of Sheriff ) (n Wcaiheffiiril. clwirtnan, and Dr. K. L. Oavfsonind K IL- - Woods, met' Wcd-"d- l' dnd scIcctetlUl fol Vf"nins(vyuH Nifioea tueotidlicl the primer) will he held in Lincoln clctlor) which ;(iinfitirl Saturday, AtiutUt 1st, 1914 at, vvhicll time tfic,llircc parties, will ifomJnatc candidates Iot Lotted 'States, Senjftor aniL Cotittcts. The cfccfioii of fails an 'compcilcd liy law' td,irVc4 and are subject to lieavy licnaty' for) no) ,ue as roiuiw;. ii) riiiisini; liio tvvii ilcm'icr.itlc. of (iters be republican'.! 111K uritned first aijd tile . . . last Stanford Ku.f ! (cntirtkejusc) J. A., Harris, judge. W II. Weurcn. Cl-- r. A." It. "MorciiW, Jilil,'c, Aden kiKncj, ; Sheriff C' . , Stalifonli'.N'o.1 2. (Macksvlllc) -- H C lltcktr, IfnlKc, T.A. Iticf tsletk, H. .. I) ivl'fm, Jndjjc ; Jolni. Ellis' Sheriff. . MjiooM Iso. 3i(iZui;ine iiottsc-- W ' Sliarvks. .Itidirt-- . lii 0,4 Kennedy, Clctk, (i. (). Florettci Judee, lid Huh- 1 in-clnc1 King's Mounlain, July 24.' The jiostoffioe department ordced a " civil serviic examination lo he 'licld htfrc July '11, 1914, to fill the vacancy (.auscd Ii the rcilsnatum of postiiiAstel C ;Gillilanil, bill' the present assisand suitable for the position that and as'Jio has the cudortnncnt of inost all the patrons, of the offliv, there ,ts ito- - tloliht hut thM he will 'vet the Bppomtriieiff. ' Mh I'lia Wriyflt returned homo on .Sumh), havuig bail' a position ill Cut finnjtl for s.me jfine' Tlte hand ijj, 'cJl King's Mountain, have? made rapnlpproitress tinder the siiKriijiott j)X H H. (licks', ufstructor and arc iiovvrci-'to rciiitcr'cxccllcfit imtltr for an), t . asiop. . W:ir school ,stlt hiin Aug. the 7tli, with thd follow inu teachers . in charijf. Prt.fK I: S..titlnrlamliof .Muhleli-ntin- c 'cunntt Prof. . C CiHil'aiid. Msui'i liiowu andl.aura Jotin. sort, ostitis place, I'xof." Sofitheflau'd yonies iiirui) rcconimeiicud .mil wt s ipiilil,no'r,lj'c no reason wlh thc'scrniol a success, ', A few iif i ur pooplc have hecn the revival at Sorfiersti by Jifnmie pilk.' We tiote, tli.it (he K11. I'elk is iti trouble, lit not'tii ' '' Our sitnirise" t .unt Sarah' Cum, of flusfuiiyillc'r is wtlli the lamily ol Ur. J. I! Sniitli lie iiad iKwoppfrs'itiou 1 tant . M. 'Howard is.provMUK'so dtu-cki- ii Charley Lutes, fonnctly of Lincoln, Friends and" relatives- - Here hive re .forcland, July 24. Mr Walter Huston pasiiil ipnctl) it ho is doitig big thing m the farming cctud leitf'rt and postcard "from'.Mfd-- " hnil Imrsc and mule hiismes down ut slupman Will U McCarfy; JL, .wild is awa) to the tjreat licy'und last Tuesday;' Juls lf, al Hint- P M at hts home rti Nortf C arolina, gavc'"a big barbecue now 111 F.uropean water fnv(ilic U. S, 'I he Coldsboro Aru Hattleslup Mtsvutri. ,Miihliiijnan tliis town. lie had hem a victim of a the other ila is now id his second VearTatethe . complication of troubles for titan) tears t.nd of, the affair which ut .last compared the goou old I testcrda) afifrnooii, at the willed bnilod ta'svnaval aca.lmiy at Alma-jmI- is spreading, hcaiitiful. fertile and luglil)' man,- - lie wa 73 ) ears old last,N'ov-iitiband all at' In. old home will be Mr Huston it survived lit, hi cultivated farm of the Krlltlick) Hor.sc glad to know 'that lie is doing Stcrfdhl. wife biid four children. ,Mr lowatd arid AJtue Uuupauv, otr the "Sortthltde". ly The tntddfci,arc un .1. practice nyir, Mr. (.has lams, ot J.Miropc 'First adticeijcSlmc llusioii.-- i of'Ciiicago, Mrs Win Crow, til Nt'u-Airs. Jot Crow, of Sail Ant Wo, this mt, prosthut and mairager of theT from Inni. from Spain, where tht and TtAas, and Miss l ifrie lltts(utinof this company, tnicrtainul hi, Irierids vvitu at? saw ,tJ Spantflr bullfight at piaie. fji was a tkvottd' trjeinlic,r of 'Id Aiififcil iKirlit'Ciii- - afach as tlieyi Algccints, Spun., . IJrojn,' there they days fafofe ssciu ui iiai.t, cjien. ut .itngiaiijl. alvvays the Preshyferiati cntirdi tui lo iravoon'iuttste ifftml triMl.to lt).c an trprrght and hoifut Iiti'. tlii'svar in this Section of 'North Caro- It.l),.j'otm.i MfCart) tyroie his 'uncle lie has livid'. tua'r Hniotivi1le all hill lina, atid the ilistuiitive tne,rit the former Sheriff. W. I.. AleClttfln life Tile towri .itself derived its name VuraeiottsU'iippetiing aroma and relish IAtcr in rv.rt a sfotlnvos. ' rt) er e 111 hud-sliijuiifiler-estitig "f Mis ',TI'vvt; uIy ' 1rVlta it frit " .w..i. .... ..i,i ,... !.' lt 'i ' lt 3r 1 .i.i & .i..,Jyai - alsa, -t R CB ' ff - iiiZXy jnjh.' WJSffirsa tt rid-Ui- ouiln 'd - iTZtxx 111 Ik-- I 'en '!,'"1" Lancaster t Mr and Mrs. Columbus Mafcunv, of Mr. r.uhank. are visiting his father. I. Marcuni in the country. Mrs 'Thomas Hell and son, F.arl, guests ot heniauch-ti- r wcte the week-enMrs. Carson at HustonviUc, Miss F.lla Rigne) relumed this week, ironi a pleasant ttstt with 'friends' .tr d , Mr. Charles Hammer, of Marryville. Tcnn , has been recent guest of Mr, V. I), llan.,011. v w, - 111 IVt-er- d - ser-tic- ht pre,-111- 1 -i In-.- c Wed-nt,da- Ciih-on- d 111 1 - 111 d b 1 I I'.,. fc j Eph Brown Wins at Lancaster The long drawn out fight over the Lancaster ni,Uiticc was settled Weil iie,"l.i) hv the apisnntmeul of Fpli P Hrovvn. the jiopular clerk in Stormes' di tig store, and who was assistant postmaster tire'er CletelamL Mr Hrosvu is' HiHilar democrat and had very .1 vor Kinif. Hi, uianv indorsement Mi, Marguerite McCormack, of strongcount) friends will extend heartyn liisinr die u spiiulini; a few dass al loiigratiil.itioiis Cr.il Orchard Springs i, visitim; Mr. Mr, J Turner You're Bilious atd Costive O Mr trvan I'rwnler at D.iytiMi Sick headache, bad breath, sour stomTurner is mill relaliso, at Wiuchosler indiirestiou, Ih fund rrmeinlieraiiee of our dear ach. Furred tongue and mend irrUso Caui4iell Mo.er. sslm uvea liver and hovveU clogged. Clean Get a 2ic bottle of Dr. mi died King's New Life Pills today and empty 'Walk our eve& ,1m fail ad slowly the stntiMch and bowels of forniyiitiiig. I '.rowing lias hv ibis more fruit : X im smiiK ill her sii(ferin aiy foods ami waste A full Unsel thankful inovcttUHit uives a satisfied, I'iiIlwiI murtMiir. huwih or wail. foelitHj iiiikus you feel fine Lfftrctlv. IH.r,. HHil l "'(! s ldy. f I Li Don't riK' 2Se at tour vol mild to Hi SUII. Hue Mm' druggist il. ( "Il ill 'irsl friend Arnica Salve tor I burns It W .Iter M. Me SllUtletoll 1i1hrson and Miss Walter of Mrs atiarsilale Station have been guests of Mrs Win Mi rriiuan. Miss Lliz.iliotb Cox. of LouisVillo, and Miss ddio MivMister. of Loxine-ut- i. are visiting Mr. and Mrs 11. II. I Liu-coi11 Mr. and. Mrs. Meredith l'ruitt. i Williamsburg, are now guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jaines'Pruitt. Miss Hettie While spent last week with homcfolks at How en. Mr. and Mrs. Win Mcrrimati and family, motored oyer to High Bridge lat Miud.it on .1 pleasure trip. have-rrtlutr Wilkinson Mr and 'Mrs turned from an extended visitwith relatives at Libert) inold, of DanMr. and Mrs Rov ville, and Mr, Deal,, of Louisville, of Ml. and Mrs were pleasant guests W m Wighaui last Sunday Mr Charle, Horner and Mr. Smith, of Tcnncs.i o. with Misses F.ll.i and Kate Hanson spent last Sund.i)' al High Brtdw Miss Mute He Pruttt wa, the pleasant guc,t of Mis, Minnie Straub at "Stanford !at tvtek. Mi, Walker H.ulev, of Junction Cut, via, herei la,t Friday to visit Mr. and lr. Coulter White Mrs Love and Miss Russell, of Dan ville. were guest, of Mrs. Win. Hur-gi- n last Stindaj Mr Doc Helm, of Lexington is now the cuct of Mr and Mr, j K. Helm. Ir Mr and Mr, Leslie llopkin,, who have been here on a visit with hi, parent, rt turned to their home at Louisville last Wodnesd.it Mr. Howard Huston, of Chicago, is now the Riiest of Mrs Waiter MiMou. Mr and Mr, I! P rdicuui.uccr weiu to u illtainstosvn last vveeg prospecting. Thet visited Mr and Mrs I'd Shadoan at litoriietowii on their wat home Mr, Shelht Hubble i, spending two week, with tier mother, Mr,. Coldtroti at Cincinnati. Mr Randolph Coffev went to Dan. ville la,t Mondav em bii,ine Dr ami Mr,. M Lee Pipes and Mr,, loe Coffey motored to Rolling Fork, near Middleshurg to visit Mrs. Pipe's old homo known a, "Shackelford." The aged Mrs Swearingtii is very low Mi,s Virginia Diuwiddic has been on the sick list for several dav. Mr Pullam Httithe,, of Winchester, is iisitiiu: hi, brother. loVin litmho,. Mr. and Mrs. I. K Helm. Jr.. Mr Msa Helm and Miss l.elia lone mo. lonil to Lexington last S.tturda) shopping Mr and Mrs Ilenrv Snvdor. of Danville, was the guest of'.Mr ami Mrs. Win , Master Commissioner's Sale's M.istir Ciminiissioifev il)., penniuE-to- u sold pieces of propcrtt at Co'mniisstoner's atc last week. In the of Gover ys Cover, Mi's. Maggie ense Govtr bought a lot and storeroom in Crai. Orchird for S995 In the ease of lisle, V, F.s'tes. Mrs J. C Goodwin bought 20 .icr-- s of land with 110 thereon, part xit the Milt Estis farm, for $400. in the case ot Cor-divs Lads, Will Cordicr 'bought 48 south of St.yiMrd, for acres the debt and judgment, in the- case of Rumlev v., Gutinan, W. L. iAlcCart) boiitiht a tlireshuiR engine alid'acccaso- ries, in the case of Holliday vs Sipple, v i. .,, .,..t ..r i. ji,j .s. va-1- 1 1, oouiiii so .iiv-- , ,,1 nie ,:... pli farm on Grim river for $270. Oth er cae, ;..(lverti,ed .ye re adjudged and io sales wire Jield. ,crnl er ruling ran oil a embankment and. turned turtle tl miles outh of Danville. 011 the Danville and tlustou-vill- e pike it!utr Lauder, was Unc seriously hurt and the others 11 ere painfully cut r:d bruised Lauder IV Im the hospital with a broken jaw bone. ciilslnd ami bruised limb and slificrcil fronf loss of blood. IIowanl'May, Harold' Hutchmgs and 'ictor Ruble were cut and bruised about the head and arms. Rowland Lane escaped without injur). The machine, belonging to Ruble, yvas a total wreck. tcti-to- re News nf the Churches at ihe Hajitist church Sun-dlitis 2d. Siumlav school at 9.30, Preaching at II A. "M aud 8 P. M. Sluriliuvi subject "The Christians' Access to the Father." tjuartirl) meeting will he held at llinioii clutrih Saturday and uuilat. I residing I'.lder. Rov. W. ii. Arnold, will conduct si rv tees and all are invit ed t the Presli)tcrian church Suudat, july 2o. Sunday school at 9.30, morning w..rhti at 11 o'clock, "Doing the Mean, of Knowing" oiing peojiles' 11111 Iiiir at 7 o'clock On account 01 the meeting at Go.sheu '.lieu will be 110 pleaching service at the Christian church similat morning D. M. Walker Si rv ne' a) tost $39 to Kill a Fox Hound In the counts court last week, a jurs gave S M. Helm, of Turucr,villc a ludgiucnt for $39 ami cost, against Will McSfee. Jr. near Shelbs Citv. for kill-inone of Mr Helm's fine fox lutiuds. Lee Sihm,on a Hones ville negro, svho made a gun pl.t) at Net 111 Carter some months ago. wa, captured by Dcjutty r and Chief of Sheriffs Drte ;.nd Police Carter last week, and given S25 and ten days in jail under the old law tor ciirrtini! concealed a deully weapon, as the offense was committed before the new pistol toting law was passed. u Holdman Brouehton Miss Lola Hroiighton the attractive and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs Daniel Hroiighton, of near Crab Orchard and Robert Holilmati, son of Mt. and Mrs, Matt Holdman, of Crab Orchard, were married last week at e Stanford Immediately after the thev left for Lexington, where the;, will make their future home The) have the host wishes of their many friends and relatives for a long life of jov and liappino,. mar-riJg- CRAB ORCHARD On buiula) last Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Saudi rs and Misses Kate M'iddleloii atd Annie Gra, lortned a pleasant par-t- t, whu motored to High Hridge and were there jomid b) sevefal of Mr. Sanders rclattsts from near Lancaster. A most deltghttul da) ssas spent viewing the seiner) ot this most romantic sjiot. Mrs.'Dogic and son ot Lexington, are guests of Mrs. Robert L Collier. Miss Saudifer, ivho has bein visiting Mrs. M. E. Fish and Mrs Will Petitis ntitruid to her home in Louisville 011 hrtday last. She made man) friends among the )ounger sit while here. Mr. and .Mrs. Joe L Ruiiheart went The) will ti to Loudon, on Mouda). visit their daughter. Miss Ida, who has a school at Middlcsboro, Mr firm at Lexington has furnish, id him an automobile to travel in while canvassing for oils. Miss Carrie Nicholson, of William, burg, has be'cn with Mrs. John Mc'Clurc this week. Mr. Klder. of Heo Lick, visited Mr. Levy Fbler', Iannis a few da)s ago. Mrs Mollie Hiirgui, who is visiting relatives in Shelb) wile, writes she s hating a sjilettdid visit and is well. Mr. and Mr, llatina who have been boarding at the Fish Hotel have moved ti Mautord lo live. Miss Ruth Anderson, of Cincinnati, is ,vith, relatives here. Mr, Robert Collier has bought a new automobile, a Studehaker. DKMOCK Vis. Don't forgit to vote for Reckhani, Saturday. Aug. lstf(adv) Mrs. Charles Singleton and family are preparing to move to Charleston, . S. where Mr Singleton has property. We will surely nils this excellent family and hojie this a ., stati'iiuut is not true, There arc 250 guests at the. Springs here, tve are told and they are enjoying the best soft sou for man) )tars. Tlit Springs ground, have never been more beautiful and Mr. aud Mrs. Willis strive' in every wa) to make this a himi.' in every sense of the word to their guests. The very best cooks to be had are employed, and every good thing to bo had comes to the table tcmptingls servid. It is and has al- t,a., lueu .111 ideal place tor the old and voung. and the) are benefitted by a sia.v at these Springs. Mrs Annie llablemaii. of Louisville, will occups the homo of her sister, Mr Margaiet James fpr thcrcM of tlie summer. Mrs lames has remodeled the entire Knise and added every convenience Mr Cioocli. the new postmaster ha taktu possi'ssion of the (jffice hero He lias served the country honorably a sheriff, and ha, a splendid reputation and will fill the present petition cuditalilv vvi are sine. Of the retiring postuiii.tcr,. Mr ami Mrs. Hugh Logan, we fiel justified in savins no one the office mure cnedit-ah- l' wore more acooiiini(Utiiig, or attended more strictly to business than ihev The (Mil) fault to be fmuul was the were not iknuirat. WV CMUluly eoHgraiiUate Ixslh Mr. and Mr, Liuatt t'i ii'" publ'c'i excellent efforts to idea se the Rine-heart's C-pur-clns- ed t ) ever-fille- ? 1 l . . v t.t. ' v . TUB IWTMIO JOVIKAI, tTAKWM, tfXTVtXT. ! WrfiMT, - ftk V MK. i V '. . The Iiterior Jowrnal SHELTON M. BAUFLF.T BECKHAM 8PIAKDHW Proprietor IN of. ADVANCE Candidate for Senator at Daatllle Saturday and Lancaster Monday Monday will be a big day in Laiicai ter. It is county court day there, and in addition, Uov. J. C. W. llcckham, who la nuking a whirlwind campaign for Unitnl States senator, will spcaK llnrc The in the interest ot his candidacy. speaking will be shortly after otic of McUcary clock, ilith Stanley and have already xkcn at Lancaster, and of Ucckhtn hac been anxious Ihc friends for him to go there before the campaign closed They assure htm a big crowd A brass banel has been tngagcel to stir up things. Ilcckham's fricnels arc claiming that he will carry uarrard ceiunty by a big majority, On Saturday afternoon next, Gov. Ueikham will speak in Danville. Stanley is the only senatorial candidate who has spoken in Danville in the present A big crowd is assured campaign. there Saturday afternoon to hear the as he ts very popular in Hoylc coir.ty and will undoubtedly caj. ry that covnt. II A. TEAB STlUCIl.T KaHkYskVsBtstoisB lslniilv?T3Hb liBUR 9 Kntini t Ike ofat ictnd tun mtu Miftr. Stanley's Slanleri u MEN'S SHIRTS THIS SWELTERING HEAT SENDS THE COAT TO THE HANGER and EXPOSES THE SHIRT every sleeve and yoke and button is seen; so you are required and expected to wear a ' : Speech at Loultrille Stanley's speech at Louisville wrote the follow iiir letter to the editor of a In his National Theatre hut Hi ado, Mr, Stanley did t.othinii llcckha'n, llaly, Shackelford and alitue Uicliard Knott, lie cannot lilmd people liy such coarse nlmse as he has been Mcnpi'iK UH)ii Ilcckhatn. Ihey want to know if he is trjint? to defeat Mr. Uccklum now or in November. Will he support .Mr llcckham in case he gets the nomination? If llcckham is as bad as Stanlc) professes to think, how can he support hint? Standefeated, and ley is overwhelmingly knows it, and his sole ohject now is to defeat llcckham in the November dec lion. lie speaks of an invisible power in the last Legislature. Does he incju that Democratic power which controlled votes enouqh to elect Hradlcy to the Senate? In all his speeches, has he ever denounced the whisky trust for bringing about the election of Hradlcy? Dots he do it now? If not, why not? Did the power which he calls invisible pass ihc uniform text book bill, which saves to the parents of Kentucky iMO.OOO a vear? Did it pass the bill, which do more to save the bo)S of Kentucky than anv other bill which has been passed in fifty l.ouMville.' A Democrat of Barelstovvn, after read. X r Pc.ir Sir Micr. x ' sssssssssl f ' mfmimmImS mlllllnluBm GOOD SHIRT 1 9 k L Sip by sip here's pure k enjoyment cool com- - m fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. Demand the genuine by fall name Nickname encounf e substitution, m I W Whenever THE Lsskw ppa. COCA-COL- COMPANY jpppsw ATLANTA, GA. jF r M m you see an of Coca-Col- Arrow think a. Go To T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House 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. AT L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. f tf I 1 Cream Freezers Picks mT Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Our Bargain Counter loaded with Bargains in Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords. is W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. BANK WITH AN OLD AND SUCCESSFUL BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. It Is Seeking Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It HARRY JACOBS ss TO THE PUBLIC I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country-Lei V. l'rice & Co., Chicago. 111.. Manufacturer .My experience in measuring and diand Dealer in recting the making of jour clothes, gives me the advantage over one who High-ClaMonuments is not a practical tailor If vou will 1 will promise give me oui jou asc.ju auu iuiujh OCIY1CC " a square deal. order will get the worth uniuai Vou uuaianiteu yuamy uoonecuons ai ail of our money, either in the cheaper Granite and Marble Quarries. tirade or the higher priced. My spring Office and Works oo Cemetery Hill lini of samples are row ready for jour Closed tm Saluielays inspection Call and let me show vou Telephone No. 164. C. RUPLEY. Tee Piactical Tailor. H. STANFORD, XY. made-lo-ord- MT. ZION here Sunday Rev. Todd preached with a large crowd present. The Sun$1.50. is slowly improving. day school Threshing wheat Is tin- - go here now. 50c, Mrs. llryant Drown is very ill, not expected to live. Dr. Jones, of Crab $1.50. Orchard, is waiting on her. Iter children have all been wirctl for and all Iivcrjone is so arc by her bedside. sorry for the good woman and hope by fifty 50c, i'llp of the doctor and loving hands the and the blessed Savior she will get Blues-do- n't well. She tells all that she is readv tor that home above. She is the mother years? of the Mt. Zion correspondent and we Did that invisible power pass the t;o thanic neighbors 19. 14 fifty fifty drastic concealed deadly weapon bill. all what they our gooel kinel us in enu fs'r have done for vi Inch u. ill ibi more to wine out mur trouble. der in Kentucky than any other lull Little Mabel Smith is improving nice- which has ever been made a law? Did that invisible power pass the 2 Miss Mary Wilson is getting along cent railroad passenger fare bill' Did that invisible power hold the lanicely with her school. Legislature down to appropriations The people continue hauling black wlrch amountrd lo Ins than $40.(KX)? berries to Lancaster. pas the two The small son of Mr. Henry Pla) Did that invisible power bills which aroused the ire ot Mr Stanlev and his chief Mipport-- ti foith is on the sickof list. Mrs. Jim 1'iiig, 1'lato, is at the which is an invisible xwcr? When the Webb hil ua up for a bedside of her sister, Mrs. lirjant 11 row n. FOOT-EA-SE vote the first tunc. Mr Stanley was in Dh.MOC'RATS. Don't forget to vote Mich a hurry to get awav from WashThe Anlntrllc r""lt' hVf n Into for Beckham, Saturday, Aug. l;t. (adv) thrthort inc niiaury Nvm ington that he tried to leave by tele' lor Ihc Feci (or a quailrr Mr. Green Adams still continues Vnd he now talks of cowards. graph A FARMER came. to the pastor oi his congregation and SSSSflAMt.irw VI flat lr.limnni.lt Solll Knott, editor of the Post, had about the same. If Dick Irmdr-M-t tvryhte JSc. Smple FKKIJ. asked that his name be taken off the church books. Mr. Tom Smith was in from the railAiMrrvi. Allfil . Olnnlr.lt Koy N V prodded him to death, he would not Saturday night and Sunday. "What is the trouble, Brother Jones?" asked the pastor. The Mam who put the EE. la FEET. have tavcd awav the last time the road cry body K is rejoicing over the goofl "I supposed you were a faithful follower of the Lamb." Wehb bill was voted on, but he was. rains which have recently fallen, which PAHKSVILLE afraid "Well, I sorter believed that myself, but there is just no Miss Louise Uelanel was the guest of ftcr examining the whole record were so badly uiedid. was use talkin', a man can't serve the Lord when he has to milk Mr. John Cummins in LivingsMr and Mt Edwin Karl Davis in which Mr llcckham made while Gover- ton on business 1aM weik. four cows in fly time. After the first heavy frost I'll try this rount) last week. nor. Mr Stanlcj, who is a prince of Mr. Calvert Wilson have moved back church business again, but just now I either have to sell the finders, has but one complaint to Islum Coulter is improving after scv fault eral elays' illness. niuke and that is that Mr. Hcckhatr. to Livingston. cows, give up the church or be a durned hypocrite." Mr. Ilruce Griffin is here from Miss Lottie Wcstcrficld has returnMinted tun bills which gavc certain No need foi Bioditr Jonrt quilting liu cheitcH oi wiling hit cows. Penny hi got ike ed fremi a visit to her brother, Mr M rignts to railroads. Thoc bills were fliei beat mile. Jutl go nghl into hit drug ilofe and Itll mm lo grt you 2c can of Miss by loth again. Ilirdie Graham is about well Key Wcstcrficld at Stanford nnwil a'most unanimously Dip. late it home, uc it ai directed on the label, and you can milk your waiter Mo.er, a very line oung hmtc and since thin no man has ever liappineti. cow in peace and Mrs. So'itbern and daughter, Jam'' man. of Morcland, was down to cc his tried to have those laws repealed It Ky. thev are o bad. vvhv has Mr. Stanlev have riturncil to their home in Craw friend. Miss Ida Recce 1'ittman last Whv did not fordsvillc, Ind. Sunday a'ternoon. .it in silence so long? ilus saturated saint get some legislator Miss Klla Hlanford who was the DUNCAN guest of her cousins. Misses Myrtle and from his end of the state to tr ami Wc had a nice rain here last Friday Clco Itrown has returned to her home have those bad laws repealctl7 veiling and it helped everything to in Livingston Mr. Stanley cannot fool the people Mrs, Jordan Carter, las rcc" ered He cannot take their minds from the looking fine School will begin here real issue byioarsc and indecent abuse lulv the 20th Mr Durham Siuallwood from a recent illness and she am' lur daughters. Misses Dorothy and Klsie There arr issues and principles in teachir. volvcd in this race which rie abow" Mrs. Biven Meade of this place. i Carter, visiteel Mrs, Krncst Turner a. splenetic cbulitions, and trie virv ill. She fell out of the back door Danville last ween. abuse and Mrs James D Thurman, daughters. people who value honor more than plr of lur home last Wednesday evening A New WICKLESS OIL COOK STOVE will do their dutv. Misses Stella. Cordelia, Georgia. Iesa ami knocked her hip emt of place. Anybody Can Work. and Miss Vella Thurmond, of I'rank Mr Milford llogtie went to Cincintort, are visiting Mrs. H. M. Green You Never Heard of An Accident from this nati Sunday but has returned. LANCASTER Is suffering William L'nderwood, 1$. Marksbury the records and you will find M. Clark and daughter Sun Stove. Look Miss left nna Mrs. II. A. from an attack ot fever at his home in day for a visit to her daughters. Mis. Gladys, of Ludlow, have been the hap- Lebanon Junction He formerly resul oil stove accidents have been from the wick stoves. of their friends, Mr. and ed dames J. M. Stanghton in Covington py this place He is a brother of TRY ONE. and Mrs. A II. Rice in Richmond, lml Mrs J C. Smith and family of this J. T I'liderwooil. place. Miss Sallie Tinsley. the I Cozatt was called to Ilrad Job. adopted daughter of Mrs. Homer Tins and fonsvilie last wiek onaccount of the Mise. Frankic ami ley is reported quite sick of typhoid Mis-- , Gladys Clark mil Miss Rozella illness of Miss Nancy Cozatt fever. Miss Sallie Lou Mers, an ex Foley were the guests of Miss May T Brown left Sunday f r Mrs. pern-neetrained nurse is with tin l.i'ach last Wednesday evening. Junction City and went from there sick chilil. I! Humble M Clarke. Misses Frankii a visit to Mr ami Mrs Mrs John McRoberts enteruined recently Smith, Anna t) She was accompanied kliza itison, Cecil Durham, J at Mrs a well planned luncheon to 10 voung at Humble, of Stanfon' una by inson, (daily s Clark and gentlemen friends '1 he guest of honor L. Mrs. Marye I" Hankla. and Miss I.tic was his cousin. Win. Ware, of Hopkins, smith visited Mrs. Wallace Lvans laM llaukla, of Junction City Suudav afternoon vilic. Wilbur Tucker who has been a Mil Miss- - Pearl and Myrtle Ttnslev and Mrs. M. K Denny mtertainrd at A dent at Ilerea Collc",e for three years is Capital $100,000 Progressive Rook l'arty for her attrac- Miss Darling Daugherty. Surplus $100,100 of lilixir a portirn of his vaeatmu at tive gmst, Miss Man Miller, of Rich- Springs, spun from Monday until Wed- home mond. nesday, with their cousin, .Miss Fraukie V Ci. Feathers, Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, who has been the Miss Carrie Arnold accompanied her b'rankte Smith. section foreman eu the L X-- N , at this Ohio, District No. 4 Mrs. Win. Ilurnett to her home sister. Mr. nn.i Clark and daughter. Miss place for several years, has resigned .n bhelbvvillc. Member of American Bankers Association. Gladys and Misses Frankic and Anna and has been succeeded by J II knapp Miss Mar Lee Dunn. tin. bright little Smith spent last Mr. Feathers and family have matk Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. daughter of Miss Rozella Ciully Dunn Mrs. Mice uison. Friday night with many friends in this communit.,. wlo fell from the door at the home of her National Bank No. 5132. hope thev will not find it neces Mr Sears and family of McKtnney will y grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mr knapp is sary ot locati elsewhere Depository for Postal Savings No. 3114. now in are the recent guests of Mrs Jack Suns highly comminded and will receive a and broke her ilbow. She is in re. Lexington for treatment. Transit No. 73-23hearty welcome. DKMOCR Mrs. li L. 0sley is in Danville vis. for lii'ckham, TS. Don't forget to vote George I) Nouscy and Mrs I'altie Saturday. Aug 1st. (.ulvj iting Mrs. Dave Dunn, Misses Minnie and F.stil Perkins, ot 11 Cox. were umteil in marriage at the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Misses F.liza Smith and Delia Tin- Indianapolis, lml.. are visiting their residence of Kev J. V l.dwards last der left the past week for a month's stav Saturday evening. The bridi was the aunt. Mrs John Vinson near here. at Chautauqua. Those who attended the picnic at New "idow e')f the lair Mr lr.i Cox, and a Mr. and Mrs. John Boner, of Camp were Misse daughter 01 Mr and Mrs James Wlnt-tic- o fift Salem laM Saturday, Xilson, entertained a crowd of and is a most deserving young ladv Frankie1 and Anna Smith. Virgil Fste by a barge party of Lock No. 7 guests irgil Thompson and several boys while the groom is a son of Mr and and n inviting lunch was served Mis. Thomas Kousey, is a young man Miss Heme West is making a pro- from Grove of good habits. Til" happy Couple have Mr Stanley Shew maker, of Winchestracted sta with frnnds in Winchester ter, spent from Friday until Monday the best wishes of their numerous crsailles and Lexington. friends. J. W. Ileagle has returned from a with Ins parents here. Mrs Anna Clark and daughter. week's visit to friends in Covington. He spent one day in llutlir with his moth- Gladys have returned to their home There is Healing Foley Kidney- Pills You need a michiv e.oot medicine if being to cejibrate hit at Ludlow Their friends here regretted er the occasion so much tr have them. once your kidnevs arc exhausted by "ill birthday. is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation Mr. Hendren Hogue. of Klmwooil, O neglect anil oveiworg, ami you nave Messrs The real estate agents Hughes & Svvinrhroaei si Id a faun eil is at home for a weik with his par go: it in Foley Kidney Pills. Their for rest or recreation. We have not the space action is prompt, lraling and tonic 12(i to ent acris near Itryantsville Mises Frankic and Anna Smith Sound health and sound kidneys folhere to tell of the glories of the western North James I. Hamilton. The owner, Mr J irgil and Kverett Thoinnson low their t 'e Trv them. For sale by anarsdale will riturn with his Fthel. W. Carolina mountains. attended church at Grove Sunday night. famly to his tormer heme in Indiana. Mr. Itha F.vans is visiting relative The b'isy housewives in Lancaster ETNA week making at Williamstown, Since our first reort the people are have been busy the past Miss Kathleen Doan spent a pleas-m- t reioicinsi over a fine rain, which blaokberrj jam. day with Misses Rosa and l.ula means plenty of cabbage and beans Dr 1'.. II. I'carce was reported quits. and tluriiiL' the rain lichtnmi; struck ' sick for several days of heat prostra- Sims Sunday GOLF HUNTING TENNIS All's Fdith Ilurnett visited Miss Kth. mil caueil to burn the barn of Or tion. MOUNTAIN C.UMBING el Jliompsnn Sunday. . egetatinii a.iil crops are much Inc. C. Kobinson, of KstesbttK, and 15 by the late copious raiis that .mis-i- s rioyii rutin ami .Mary l.et itishcW of onions estimated loss !s.0'). RIDING MOTORING DRIVING T Allen was in Somerset ialur- Wilton visited here Sunday evening. have falen. Mrs em business, Mesrs, Milford and Dentin n Ilnnw i Mrs. (i II. Rose accompanied M. T. buiitlierson sold to Wm .vimucl Rose to her home in Seranton. and Misses Fr.mkie and Anna Smith three trees of timber for ?20. )l Ml Ulive from Monday until Hendertonville, Waynetville, M. . Uaiilev will leave for Ohio on Hot Springs, Tyron, Miss Allic Arnold leaves this week for a visit to her sistir, Miss Mar) Brevard, Saluda, Flat Kork were the guests of Mrs. Fva Hamilton Sumlav. where lie will pcnd a few car at work on rnold in Corhin. Lake Toxaway Mrs II, G, Folev and dam-liteusii. weiks 'I. Allen ad the traction your line V. family and Miss (Jeorgia Dunn is at home from ed Mrs Reuben Floyd Saturday and Frankfort, and Sunday and family were in Somerset on a visit to Lexington, rileiidale. where she went in the inter Mrs. Forch Leach, of this place is at Ttie'day on business, REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Kev W V ndeison filled his est of the Kentucky Christian Endeavor mi- - iiiiikiut- - oi hit nrotiier, Jlenry at Ilazeldell Saturday ami I'ninn erielc, of Middle burg, who is very ill Sunday of Knox-villMiss Rebecca Williams, with typhoid fever. Mr John Allen is buy ins calves in Tenn, is here for a stav with her Mrs J C Smith spent last Wnlnes-daPREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH this country, paying fancv prices. Mr and Mrs. John Williams. w.th Mr. lack Sims. Jr.,. C. I: Wheebion and Fmmett TMcs Miss May me Let- - B.ilianl is at home We weie glad to hear from the Mt For further information local aiont. or adttroaa, correspondent a short call after a recuperative Hay of a week at Salem coircMMiideut. tav yourbusiness, B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville. Ky. while on Crab Orchard Springs. Mr Hilly V T. Nunnelley, the hotel man, ot Mrs, Sallie Law son left last week to by lightning Durham's ham was struck Monday night. Science Hill will leave for Montana on isit friends in Indianapolis, and also Monilav. .Iu!v 20th, e.n a visit and may for an outing to Lake Michigan. Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain I icatc there sit the future Miss Marv Miller. ef Richmond, i Sloan's Liniment gives Instant relief James Itlankenship, of Todd, the guest of Mrs. Marshall K. Dinnv It goes took dinner with M T Smiths Master Claud Rice entertained re- from Neuralgia or Sciatica. He was Iookuib tot Kmr cently at a fi o'clock ilinner the guests straight to the painful part Soothes em Friday eif honor being Miss Margaret llrown the nerves and stops the pain It is also choice ewes for his own raisinn good for rheumatism, sore throat, chest M T Sinithermn refused JW for a and MaMer Charles Conner ISrown, Jr. of Louisville Ices ami cake were serv- pains and sprains. You don't need to si.n of one year old mare mules ml It penetrate. Mr. J. R. Sninger. Hates Torment of Asthma, Hay Fever ed (he youthful gathering. Louisville, Ky . writes"1 suffered Xlbaa I with quite a severe neuralgic headache For the discomlort and miserv of VtPJfflj A Perfect Cathartic for fever ue Foley's There is sjr and wholesome action used four months without any relief. I asthma and liny Compound. It puts UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER in every dose of Fole Cathartic Tab- nights Sloan's I Liniment for two or three Honey and Tar Dealers In and haven't suffeied with my a healing, soothing coatini; over tne never a gripe lets. They cleane-witKeep swollen, ticklinu membrunes. and eases Furniture Matting, Rugs. Furni- UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEI or nain. Chronic cases of constipation head since" Get a bottle Stout people are in the lioure all the time for pains and the thick and choking fensat ion Helix find them invaluable ture Exchanged for all Kinds Office Phone 167. Home Phsne 36. to breath eaulv and naturally J" consisted all hurts 25c. 50c and $1 at your vou yellc'W relieved cf that bloated, Of Stock. druggist nl' package. For sale at Hucklen's Arnica Salve for he feeling, so uncomfortable especially in PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. drtietjists STANFORD. KENTUCKY. They keep your Jiver all sores. hot weather. 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 $1.00 White Negligees, without collars, or collars attached, at and Haif Lines, neat black and white effects, good every day in the cents. year, at $1.00 and one dollar and show the soil like Fancy Striped and solid Tans and colors. They are light weights, beautiful, very stylish; one the light cents. Sizes to cents and two dollars dollar, dollar 4 -t H. J. McROBERTS anti-l'ipi- IHBfrAy a ALLEN'S Christianity in Fly Time Lin-cei- ln a. Hreio 4 . Penny' Drug Store. Stanford, -- Oil Cook Stoves at that that gti'-st- s ne-a- r Anna-Smit- h W. H. Higgins fr "Honor Roll Bank" (.Jul-le- 5. Zti'i! ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY LIVE IN THE OPEN J OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS r e. v SOUTHERN RAILWAY J. C. M'Clary ncluh-horhoo- d. J. L. Beazley & Co., UkWHto - t" ) -Pfmr w JL vT r j. f TM PWfWWKIP-S- S- INTERIOR JOtJfclfAL 8IAKFORD, KElfTOCKY FRIDAY, JULY 24, ml ra CMMM ' CVclolie on Price ,; He will win if you go out and vote Saturday, Aug. 1st, Don't forget it. M, S. llaugliman, loeat agent for the Overland automobile, so! it a handsome five passenger model of this popular car to J. Carter near Walnut rial. HEARD ABOWT T0WM To every friend of Heckham Here k Good News for Stomach Victims Some very remarkable results are being obtained by treating stomach, IWcr and intestinal troubles with pure vegetable oils, which exert a cleansing, snothing and purifying action upon the lower bowels, removing the obstructions of poisonous fecal matter and gases and preventing their absorption by the blood. This done, the food js allowed free pas sage, from the stomach, fermentation ceases and stomach troubles quickly disappear, George It. Mayr, for twenty years a leading Chicago druggist, cured himself and manv of his friends of stomach, liver and intestinal troubles of years standing by this treatment, and so successful was the remedy he devised that it has since been placed in the hands of druggists all over the, country, who have sold thousands of bottles. ' Though absolutely harmless, the rt nf (he medicine is sufficient to convince any one of its'remarkablc effectiveness, and within 24 hours the sufferer feels a new person. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is now sold here by Penny's Drug Store ind Druggists Ev erywhere mnI LmI Swctni Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Price Aw kvt t $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.75 make rawm anil and and and fr Lew Cuts Fall 5h ftJO ami $2.10 and $2.25 and $1.50 and ' GcnU' Gents' Gents' Gents' new new now now at at at at $2.65 $1.85 $1.39 $1.19 Coir, who has In en a conductor on the bin Santa Fc railroad svsfut for alum U jeats has been visltmi his brother mul other relatives in Mack the West F.nd. Capt. Emmctt liubanks, of Pueblo, iSS 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 te select f rem and of the best makes. Such prices you have never heard of before. Call, and see these bargains- as' they won't last lone. - State Scnatur Charlis F. Montgomery of Liberty, passed thro' Stanford Tuesday en route to Louisville oirbusincss. Senator Montgomery says that Heck ham will swiep Casey and Adair conn-lie- s from one end to the other, in fact all of the mountain tountics in that section. Manv people have promised hooks for the library in Stanford by the Woman Club, but have failed to send them in, so a committee has been appointed to call at every home on Monday and lucsilay mornings ol next wcck, nicy hope to fiml many who will not only donate one ikkik nut several io mis good cause. The library Is for the entire community to cr.joy and the ladies are anxious to secure as many as possible. BROUGHTONTOWN , Corn arc lookinu fine since we have been having so much nice rain. We have a nice crop of blackberries in this part of the country. Mrs. Alice lllankenship is very sick at this writing her ?ors. Ethel White is visiting mother, Mrs. ltryant Ilrown, who is very sick. The Dr. thinks there is not much chance for her recoveiy. Mrs, Susie Ping, of near Woodstock, Miss Marcia Ilrown, who has been at Salem, Ind., for uitc a while is visiting friends at tins place, Every-IkmI- v was ulad to sec her. Mr Charlie lllankenship and wife, of imiianaKins, inti., win visn mis piacc. Mrs. Julia' Smith is on the sicK list tins week. OKMOCKATS. Don't forget to vote fo.- - Heckham, Saturday, Aug. 1st. (adv) Ins Little Ernest Smith is visiting grandma this week. Mr. Took Lav is getting along nicely with his school at this place. Mr. Marion Warren is getting along tine threshing wheat in this part of the county. 'News has reached us that Mr. Man-forwho is working at Cincinnati luhi cn very badly hurt. We are very sorry to hear this. The Death Angel visited the home ot Mr. Frank Den-o- n and took his liltb four vcar old daughter. She was laid Io rest in the obi Iphesus grave yard d - le Robinson's PERSONAL ad SOCIAL I is very ill at her home Mrs. near Crah Orchanl. C, Hayd Foster was in I'ir.cvillc several days this week cn business. Kticst Miss Josephine Ilrady is the Vratch at Louisville. of Miss Misses Roberta anil Susie Itlain. of Ilustonville, arc the KtieiU of Mrs. Linic Ilarkins at Corbin. ha Mr. Coe Moser, of Stanford, been visiting his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Moser lor a Jew days. Little Miss Sabra Kntlicrinc Walker is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. hd Walk- rr at Lancaster. Mr. Ed VonAllman and family, of Louisville, hate returned home after s visit to A. VonCirncniMii and family, Mis Sophia Saunders is visiting her grr.ndmothcr, Mrs. Miles Saunders, of tuar Louisville, Misses Mary Cooper ami Robbie IVmiy, of Danville, spent Thursday with their sister. Mrs. R. to. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Greene and nanusomc lime son, r.iwoou. oi i.ey muton, arc visiting Mrs. A. J. lnxl. Mrs. N. A. McUure. ol trail Urcli ard. is the guest of her little grand tiaugnicr, .Miss .iargucriic .vicv uirr. Mr. Raymond Connctt. of Cincinnati sjnt several daysin last week with Mr. Midway. Frank Hcrndnn .. Secretary W P kincaid spent Thtiri- duy at .mi. sterling iosiirg die Dig K of I. Fair. Kobert Cirter has been confined to hlt home on Logan avenue for several days this week on account of illness, Joe Helui is the guest ot S. M. Helm at his home near Turncrsville, rccuper- ating from a bad spell of fiver, and will remain a week or ten days. Mr. Fred VonAllman and family, who have been visiting A. VonGrucnigaii and other relatives here have returned to their home at Mrs. F. T. Rcalcy anil little daughter, Sadie Woodcock, of Shelby City, arc the guests of Misses I laid and Maud Stone. H. T. Ilinlon, athletic director of Georgetown Gillcgc. was hero this werk several davs in interest of this college. Messrs. 'J. II. Fisher and Wilbur Gum, of Lexington, arc the guct of Mr. and Mrs II. D. Fryc at Hedge-villi- -. 0"v Miss lua Roberts lias returned In licr after a visit to relatives ami friends at Chicago. , n.inran Haul))-- (if Covington, is lierc visiting his mother, Mrs. Elirabcth Hockcr. Mr. am! Mrs. W. II. Shanks spent several clays in Richmond with relatives this week. Mrs. I. I. Alison anil urns, nf Pitts. ,urg. I'a., arc the guests of Mrs. How. Cn Goode. I Misses Mary anil Annie Greer are visiting their uncle, J. K. New land, at Richmond. Mr. anil Mrs. J. C. Hays arc senil inn several weeks at Crah Orchard lion. c at Hubble prinp. Cuinti' f'lrrlr C. It f'.wiiu-- r itnl Hni p. llright went to Crah Orchard, where going on at Yocum school house, conductcr I lungan. There was a great bv Rev there Saturday night when alarm came into the church that Iki Terry's house was on file, which purk Iv burned to ashes. It is not Know bow it caught, as Mrs. Terry cheim here had been no fire in the bousi since noon that day. There was but lit tic ;ncil. 1 heir loss will be iiuiti heavy .is they only carried a small in sura nc- Mr Tom Peck began road woikini last week, and he is certainly makin) H thinks it will ta a good road. four or five davs to complete his road The mo.it of the hands are willing ti wo-- k five dajs or more in order ti have a good road, which is o badlv needed. Kev. I. T. Chasteen filled his ap pointment at Mason's Gap Sunday. Dont forget to voti ug. 1st. (adv) for Heckham, Saturday, A protracted meeting will begin at Ilethel in about three wicks. It is to hi coidiicted bv K'ev. Hubbard. Has Your Child Worms utes and chilMr. and Mrs. Chas Mr. Tom Mcllec is teaching a singing Weil, of Most children do. A coated, furred dren Virginia ami Charles (lOldshoro. N C. are the gucls of re- tongue; strong breath, stomach pains, si'ksjI at Ilethel church Mi. flilly Camitiil. who has been sick-fuicrcles under eve, pale, sallow comlatives and friends. a fivv weiks is slowly improving. Mi Sallie K'cvnohl. of Mt Vernon, plexion, nervous, fretful, grinding oi who has been the guest of her aunt, teeth, tossing in sleep, peculiar dreams any one of these indicate child ha Mrs. K. 1. Ilrown returned home Wed- HELPFUL WORDS l worms, Wornmsday. of Kick.n-ofiit a Mr. Frank Council and Mr. Thomas Killer at once. It kills the worms the From a Stanford Citizen Is Connctt. of Cincinnati, and one of their cause of your child's condition. friends .pent last Sunday with Misses laxative and aids nature to expel the Is vonr back lame and painful? Mac and Mnbtr Hcrndnn in Midwuv. worms. bui:!iril in candv torm. r.as IV.is it ache especially after exerMr. and Mrs. James Iloaz, of Paris, for children to take. 25c, at onr drug- tion? have been the recent guests of. her aunt. gist. ihcrc a soreness in the kidney reMrs. I. S. Hroughton near Crah Orchgion? ard. Jolly Camping Party. These symptoms suggest weak kidMrs. Kit King and daughter. Mm. A iollv camping party left Lincoln ney s, Morrison ami little son, Farl and Miss early in the week for a week's outing if so thtrc is danger in delay. Hettic iliggms, of Birmingham, Ala., in the Cumberland river in Pulaski Wuik kidneys get fast weaker. who have been visiting Mrs. J. F. Cum. count v In the bunch were' Mr. and Ciive vour trouble prompt attention. mins wmt to Crab Orchard Thursday. Mrs. T W lones, Mr. and Mrs. Will I loan's Kidney Pills are for weak They were accompanied by Mrs CumClark and daughter, Mis Martha kidnevs. mins and Miss Ida Pettus Out I;, and Mr. and Mrs John Cress, of " our ni'ighlrs uc and recommend Mrs. lulia Higgins and daughter. Prtcbersville They will be gone nlioiit Item. Mits Willie, and Mrs. Mary McDonald a week. Read ibis Stanford testimony. cf Somerset, arc the guests of Mrs "A few years ago I was down with Higgiiu' brother, L. C King and faiu-ilin back and I couldn't stoop or lift" Miss Fluabeth in the Fast Ind. tvenue, Stanford. "The kidney sccr.-iion- s King, of Norman, Okla, has also hem were too frequent in passage and the guesi of Mr. King. .ays .1. T Spoonamorc, of Whitli"' Miss Mayme Turner had as her ausid me a great deal of annoyance KUYKENDALL'S GREASELESS Miss Nash, guests for the wiek-cnd- . tried a iloici different remedies, but LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY of Asbury College, Wilmore. Miss hdn't an benefit until I got a nip-plHeavers, of Mississippi. Miss Marks-burCciUinlv does cure any and all of Doan's Kidnev Pills. Hy the time ol Lawrenceburg. aud Miss JoseSkin Troubles such as l.ccuia, TetI was cured. id finished phine Heazley, of Stanford Itch Kidney trouble two boxes. bothered me Jessamine ter, King Worm, Poison Oak, has never Journal. Fiver Blisters, Frost Hues, Chicken Others of my family have alsi and Nettle l'o, Pricklev Heat, thought Kash Can- used Doan's Kidney Pills and have be to Old Stubborn Sores TO MAMMOTH CAVE mud thiin satisfactory." cers. Gives instant relief and cures Price Hk at all dealers. Don't simp- phvucians foil. TRY ONIi HOTTLK. Great August Uth, 1914 The Last .sk for a kidney remedy get Doan' ON SALK AT Reduction siiincv Pills the aine that Mr Spoon-'mor- e New Stanford Drug Co., Stanford. Co.. llul had. Tanner, McKinuey. Ky, Hoard f;.b. N. Y. Kound trip railroad fart Ilustonville, Ky. Chas, Adams several the at Cave Hotel including Thompson Drug Co.. King's Ml'n. A Modern Maud Muller routes in the Cave for $5.50. Making Caldwell Drug Co.. Wancsburg. Fight acres of is a pretty for two days' trip $".85. go total cost CO EATMAN MANUFACTURING nod day's vv.nk for a girl of sixteen, ing on regular mirnmg trains 4 M) M Limit on tickets 10 davs. Write or but th.-- is what Miss Oma Morgan, a GRENADA, MISS. 3n-phone L. S: N , Agent. prettv school girl, and laughter of John P. Morgan, near M.ivking. Ky , cut and it no doubt beats be rcC'Ti! Miss Morgan can operate be mowing machine as well, or even 'ilttir. than the .ivcrapc man. She has beiu mowing oits, wheal, grass, etc.. tor years, ami is an adept at the work. Charles R. Harmon, a Marion county farmer, a few days ago sold to O'Dan'c' and Monte Fox 18 head f tvport cattle, averaging in weight each, for c.25 per l(X !W pound touiids, of 115 10 per head. This to have been the highest price ey-- t paid for a hunch of cattle sobl in Marion county . New-land1 r ' thc will spend :i few days at the Springs. civile Haines, of Pittsburg. P.u who ,a, ,ccn visiting his sister. Mrs. llow- en Goode lift Friday for Corbin. where lc wjj .pcn, a ft.w ,av, a,i .K. wj return here, 0:i Mondav evening Miss Levisa 1. Harris entertained in honor of Mrs. 11. n. prves guests. The evening was spent in playing Progressive Kook. Ihosc present were Misses Marv I.ec Virginia and Elirabcth Gtvcns, Mis Oivens. Miss Mabel Gum, of Ltxington, Miss Margaret Ilcnton, of Lexington, Muses l.ucinda am' Elizabeth Lute. Mf and Mrs. II. I) Fr)c. Messrs George tiivens, Ott tones, Henry i.nitiiJgc. ani rope, jjani Harris, J. J.. Fisl.cr and Wilbur Gum. of Lexington. fter several games of Kook was cn- jo)ed. ilclightful ices ami cakes were served. Mr and Mrs II I). Fre, of llcdgc- vilie, entertained with a Rook party, Friday night Those present were. Misses Mabel Gum. Margaret Benton of Lexington. Miss Virginia Given, of , li..rrNhurg. Miss Jennie Oiv Misses Mary l.ec anil ens, Miss Lcvisa Harris, Misses Lncin-d- a and Fliiabcth Lutes. Messrs Ott lones, Georcc and Andrew Pope, Henry Sandiilge, Sam Harris, George Givens Howard N'cwland. J, Tl Fisher and Wilbur Gum. of Lexington. Donald Fryc. rf Danville. After several games of Progressive Kook were enjoyed the Guests were taken to the spacious dm ing room, where ices and Idack cakes and mints were served, pink and wluti being the leading colors. rains we have had. Kev. Cannon preached .it the M. K eliuicb Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs. V. C. (iillilaud arc rejoicing over the arrival of a little on. Mrs. Kdmund Murphy is slowly improving after a severe illness. Mrs. Sam Rollcn is very ill at his home. Miss Maude Ilrown has recently returned from an extended visit to her friends and relatives in West Virginia, and Ohio, Mrs. Sam Rigncy and children, of Kuhanks, returned to their home Sunday after spending a few days with relatives here. Mrs. Chris Ilorton, of Cincinnati, spent a few weeks with her sisters here. Prof. F D. Wright is teaching the Oreasv Ridge school near Highland. We feel as though his teaching will be in every way a success, as he is one of our finest voting nun. DUNCAN School opened up here Monday with ol Miily thiit.v-fiv- e presint. not iho'se in the district. Some arc waiting toi cooler weather. Mr. Duran Small-woo- d is our teacher this year and this s the first weik everyone seems well pleased and wc hope he will be pleased also. Miss Fthrl Thompson it visiting relatives at lirecnuood. Mr. Mil lord Hoguc is visiting par ents in Casey county. Mrs. Maguic Whalin. ol Lexington. is visiting her brother and family here Miss Kathlein iJonn spent last Sun day with Mls May Leach. Mrs. Smith, ol Lexington, is tnc re cent guests of Mrs. James Wilson and family. Mr. Ilassel Keece was a caller it Mr. Falconbcrry's Sunday evening. "Wonder why " The K. of P's. in this place seem to he doing some good work with their lodge. Mr W. 11. Howell and on, Claude are back to this place after several month absence. Mr. fiastineati and family, of Kuhanks, have moved to this place. one-half KING'S MOUNTAIN Farmers arc rejoicing over the fine There has been BLAIN'S a big revival GAP M1DDLKBHRO The drouth has broken at last in this section, The copious rains, the latter part of last wrek have greatly rrvived things in these parts. The corn crops arc looking fine. Fxccllcnt prospects now" for a good yield, Stock water is not so scarce and prass will be better. A series of meetings arc; in progress at lie llaptist church, the pastor, Rev. (launch being assisted by Rev. Maddux, of this place. Wheat threshing is about over in this sect. on The yield was very good Far mers 'ealijcil something like 75 and W) cents per bushel for the wheat. Mr Henry Frederick, at lhii writing, continues very low with typhoid fever i. line nopes are ciiicriaineii lor ins recovery Mr. James Coffman has rented Mr Thomas Miller's new bungalow on I'.asy street and will own nn a first el4 blackmith shop in town. Mr. Coffman is a fine workman, and an ex. ccllcnt citizen, and will be welcomed to our town. Mr Henry McAninch and wife, of I oi.isville. have been spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. '1'iert .McAitmcM, ami friends ahotit town, Mr J F. Cash has nuit the sewing machine business, in which he has been engaged for the last 15 or JO years, and has accepted a Position with Ihe Toleib Computing Scale Co. Mr. Cash is an excellent salesman and prospects are looking fine for him. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McWhortcr spent the dav Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clns McAninch, of Nccdmore. Mr. McDcwal Jones is kept busy these days looking after the telephone inHe is it) the employment ol terests. Mr. Carpenter and looks after the lines, attends to the collections of rents and dues, and keeps the telephones supplied with batteries, (since he received Ins new supply.) Mr. Clay McWhortcr is rebuilding and remodeling his residence on the comer of College and Main street. He is going to have a very attractive place when he completes tile work. Messrs McAninch and Godhcv seem to be doing a nice business with their new passenger automobiles. They make tin? trip ilailv from Dunnvillc to Mc Kinuey and return a distance of some thing like i5 miles. Kvcrv thing seems to be going Heck- ham's wav down in these parts. Don't near much saiil about any other race, and there is nor but one side to tin long term, and that is the Heckham side. He's the man who justly deserves tlu place, from more standpoints than one. He is a man whose principles are not for sale. We can depend on him. He is temperance Well we can' find anv faults, so let'er no for him. Herbert Moore, has typhoid fever. Hro, Moore has the sympathy of hi nnny friends, who wish bun a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Hcnrv Mc ninch. of Louisville, and Mrs. Cowan nf this place spent the dav Sundav 'with Mrs Cowan's parents. Mr and Mrs W T Coulter of Xcedmon. 3 : i V is well Anv roof that will last 27 years and worth looking Into. That's tho record behind t still in Rood condition Them nre thousands of houses nil over tho country, many of them In this state, from the owners of which this statement can be verified, For Sale by 4 Will Stone, Stanford, Ky. Catarrh 'Cannot Be Cured .vrrMCATinNR, is ihfy unnot t nf thr illfai. Catarrh la a Mood th or ronstllutlnal itlMaar, and In orrlrr to turi It on must takr Intrrnal rrmr.Hn. Haifa Oatarrb Curr la taarn Inlrrnallr, and acta illrrrtlr npnn tbe M.m1 ami murnus anrfars. Hall's Catarrh Cure ta not a quark mrillrlne. It was pre nrrlhrd tr onr or llif brut filirslrlana In tbla country for yrara -- jj ta a rffnilar prrsrrtptlon. sl It ta roropo-r- d of thr tirat tonlra known, Kltb thn brut blond pnrirjrra. artlnc on tbc mncoua aurfarra. The prrfrrt co combination of lb Iwo Inrrrrllrnta la what aarb wnmlrrfnl rraalta In curing; catarrb. Bend for testimonial, free. V. J. Clir.NF.V & TO., rropa., Toledo, O. fold br lirnsirlsta, price 7V. Take HaU'a t'amllr I'llla for ponatlpatloo. wtlh M1DDLEBURU Some excitement was created here on sunday morning by the announcement that Cinmplon and Compan's store had been entered by thieves the previous night. Lair's bloodhounds were sent foi but no trail could be had. We could not barn whether anything of value had been taken or not. The thieves entered by way of a front window, hu seemed to have taken their leave thru' the back door, which was left unfasten, ed. The protracted meeting at the Hap-:isiiiiri.ii nill Usui Monday night. Rev Maddox, pastor ul Ilustonville will hold the tervices. Ret. C. T. Claunch returned Thursday from Rocky Ford church, when a he and Kiv. I. L. Dot son closed very successful revival set vices of 10 days' duration. There' were some 25 additions to the church, seventeen of which were by baptism. Every lover of justice and right hoitld "go to the polls on ugust tin 1st and vote for Hon. J. C. W. Heckham, for United States Senator. There is no doubt whatever of his election, if democrats go to the polls. His friends should set that a full vote is polled and Heckham restored to his rights. The sight of bloodhounds was a rare thing to manv of our people and unite a crowd greeted Lair here Sunda morning. There were various comments as to the dogi, aud some of them very A lot of Indians, and a lot amusing of bears would not have created more st WAYNESBURG Mrs. nnic Daigh, of Dry Ridge, is visiting Mrs, II. II. Singleton. Mr. Roy Singleton has returned from visit to relatives in Ohio. a Mr. J. D. Wcarcn, of Stanford, was hire Mntiilay. Mr. Oliver Singleton began his school at Neal's Creek Monday. Miss Lyde Kincaid returned to her home in Cecelia Friday after a several days' visit with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Gadbcrry. Anna, little daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Reynolds, is ill at this writing. Don't forget to vote DEMOCRATS for Ileckham, Saturday, Aug. 1st. fadv) Mrs. l.ucinda Pitman has been very ill but seems to be slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hall arc very ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Morgan and children. Yelnia and Glenn and Mr. Stan- ev immas went to uanvinc aumu) attcrnoon. Mr. L. G. Gooch sold a house and lot to Mr. G. W. Padgett at a fancy jirice. The little son ot .Mr. anil .Mrs. u. u. Hogue died last Tuesday after an ill ness ol a lew ilavs. .Alter a sweci ami hurt talk at the home by Rev. J. A. Singleton Wednesday morning the re mains were laid to rest in tnc wayncs. urp cemetery. Mr A. H. Morgan and Stanley Du- m?s Mere in sITicrset .viomiay. Mrs. R. E. Sorrell has been ill for si viral days but is better at this writ's 1 .t M CRAB ORCHARD ROUTE NO 1 The woniin of ibis place, are all busy puking berries. There was Sunday school at Libcity at lime o'clock, and evervbody had a nice time. Ml. W. H. Williams, ol Sunday-schoolour this place, i leading '. lx - Seviral i Ill's place attended tin Sunday evening sirging at and r ported a nice time. Hcrtha tjooch is belli r at this writ ing Mrs. Anna Roger... is ill with typhoid lever. is improving nice Mrs. Sul.i Wil.-oly. y- Avery Reynolds was the gue.s! f Mrs. Susie Harm Sunday. Mr. Hcnrv Wiber is improving nicel- Mr. a the giuv.t Mrs. Illuford '.ittrell of Mrs. T J. Godhcv Sunday morning Mr. T J.'Godbev lias returned to his home after a visit in Casey county, lear Somerset last Sunday . OKMOCKAT- S- Don't forget to vote lor Heckham, Saturday. Aug. 1st. (adv) Misses Delia Warrm. Dove and Dilla W.irrin. were the guests of Miss Lola Rogers Sunday. There will be meeting at Liberty next Sunday. Kveryboily come. Rev, W. W. Hrock is our minister Mrs. Ivon Demon is ill at this writ- v GREAT DISCOVERY itcli-nif- c' gt y Foster-Milbu- Hines and Mr and Mrs. Will Damron and family are visiting Mr. anil Mis. J. Wheebloii Siii.day Averv Reynolds and Cloyd Reynold went to Cincinnati Sunday to sec their brother, Manford K'c.vnohK who got his fingtrs mashed off ai"' is m the hospital. Mrs Angle Sow tier, of Indianapolis, nd., is visiting friends and relatives at .his place. Miss Delia Warren was the guest of Mis. Anna Rowers, near Liberty church. Mrs. Hatttc Cummins was the guest of Mrs. Illuford Littrell Saturday last school will begin the second Monday ill Augut at Thompson school. We hope .u see a large attindance. . ing. Mr. and Mrs. Gcc.ige Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Cuts, Burns, Sore. MT. MORIAH Mr. K. S. Loper, Manila, N. Y.. writes: "1 have never had a cut, burn. The long wished for rain came last wound or sore it would not heal." Get a weik, and crops arc looking much betbox of Hucklen's Arnica Salve toda ter. Keep handy at all times for burns, Wheat threshing is the order of the sores, cuts, wounds. Prevents lockjaw. day here. 25c at our druggist Messrs. Johnson and Hodge, of Hluff City, Ttnn., arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson. CHAPPELL'S GAP Mrs. Hettic Datson and children, of Farmers are rejoicing over the good Stanford, have been with her parents rains. Lrops are beginning to for a few days. Mrs. Speaks, of Lancaster, has been Kiv. Hrock filled his apiointment at Saturday with a large crowd the guest of Mrs. O. G. Speaks. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hutchinson, present. Mr. Egbert Green and daughter, lies-at- of Covington, arc visiting relatives in church at Mt. Zion Sun- this community. Aunt Eliza Hauidi snent Sunday with day. Jim Todd, the singing teacher began Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Young at Kcal's tc teach at IVice Hall Sunday night. Creek. Misses hva and Nellie Scott, two Mrs. Hon Densoti continues ill. ol charming young ladies of Lowell visit Mr. Aaroi. Noakes and family, Sparks' Quarry, are visiting honiefolks. ed their sister, Mrs. Cap Warmoth lasi Mrs Saiah Miller is very low with week Mr. and Mrs. Sam ISastin, of Lextyphoid fever. guests of his Mr. A. .'. Nnderson is on the sick lil ington, were wiik-enparents, Mr and Mrs. J. D. ISastin, of at this writing. Mrs. Ellen Middlcton and little son. this place. Mr. John Rogers had the misfortune if Gilbert's Crick, visited her parents to lose a valuable mule this Air. and Mrs. V. I. Frazier. McGuffcy and wife are with Kenneth, the little son of Mrs. Delia relatives here, Cl.appell is verv low at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Mace Goodpasture, of Don't forget to voti DEMOCRATS. lor Heckham. Saturday. Aug. 1st. (advi Hubble, have been the pleasant guests if friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Hcrtha Mers and little chilMr. and Mrs. Everett Young spent dren, of Wilmore, returned home after sunday with Joe Hastin and family. a visit with home folks. Miss Annii Mrs. Sallie Gourley and children are Disbon, her sister, accompanied her ti spending a few davs with her parents. Iter home. Hroughton and Mr Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Hallarff. Miss l.illie May Sam Hoone and wife have returned Kobert 'loldain were married at Stan, ford Monda) and left for Lexington to to Somerset. Mrs. John Huthciuson is with relamake their futur home. Mr. (ieorge Noakes visited his sis- tives here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatfield spent ter, Mrs. A. J; Anderson on Saturday saturday and Sunday with Mr, and ind Sunday. Mr. I.en Dychoii'c has moved his Mrs. John Faulkner at Pleasant Point. family to Preachersvillc. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Hastin. Mr anil On'july the 10th God called for little Mrs Sidney Watmeth, Mr ami Mrs. daugh-'e- r Cap Warmetlt and Mr, and Mr, Frank Flizahetii, the little of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Deiison. Slit Hiizlett, visited Mr and Mrs. Tom Fife ,a stricken with that much dreaded Sunday aud had a delightful time. Mr lieasc, typhoid fever and the little one Fife has a No. pro'pect for a good suffered for 42 d.iys. When G'od saw crop of corn and a nice watermelon tit H sh)kc from Heaven aud took natch. the little darling home. She was a bright little girl the oungest child and the pet of their home, but God needed another little angel and he took little Elizabeth. She leaves a weeping mothto er and father and three brothers mourn her loss, but bear up bereaved ones for Heaven seems i, carer since yor know your little darling is there. services bv J. W. Dishon, her litth bodv was laid awav at Ephcsus lutrv loving aunt, ing ground. NDFRSON. MRS. V J. . atti-ndid week-Manl1 J. hhcrman Lavvhorn and family, ol Oklahoma, are here on a visit to relatives. They came through in an automobile. for Hon. Rollin Hunt, candidate Judge of the Court of Appeals, was here Saturday, shaking hands with the voters He appeared finite hopeful of sue. cess in the race, and gave some good reasons why he shrub! win the race lie was accompanied by Senator Chas. Mcntgomer, who is supporting him. excitimint. ira m Mrs. George Kogue is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. R. Curtis spent Sunday at I. C Singleton's. Parties who arc behind with their assessments to the Wavncsburg Farmto ers' Telcphoni Co., are reiiuircd please settle at once. Receipts will be bv the clerk or at the switch. givin ing. HERE IS WHAT The People's tise What YOU WANT Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell Insure vour uronertv wih Bromlev & Bromlpv. Stanford. Kv. FOR SALE. Huggy used but little. Leather top. Mrs. Julia M. Sims, Dan57-- 5 ville avenue, Stanford, Ky. Wedriinn presents ai Mueller's lew-el- rv store. DON'T forget to have your books for the Library ready for the committee on Monday and Tuesday, July 27, and 28. I have engaged to handle a crop o peaches this year, it is a large handsome variety and will be ready for delivery next week. Leave your orders with me at once. Hohon Campbell. 1 9-- LOST Tuesday, July 14. between Stanford and Danville, a Waterman's Ideal fountain pen. 50 cents reward if returned to Journal office. J. A. Tios-tlc. 59-- lt AI I. persons having claims against the estate of J. W. Alcorn, deceased, will please present them to inc. properly verified as required hy law, and all owing said estate wil please settle with ne, on or befoic upiist 15. next. K. S. Alcorn, Executor of the will of I. W. 5S-- 3 Alcorn, deceased. Hester Hotel and Storeroom For Sale -- 6 sixteen-year-ol- For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your Law-'dic- e Light Weight Underwear, Shirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. J. F. Cummins iu- . J. csasT - If Kidneys and Bladder Bother Thn Foley Kidney Pills Overworked kidneys will break down f not helped. When they can no long--protect the blood and the body from 'be poisons .hat come to them, then - k out for Hriclt's disease, serious kidnev trouble and bladder annoyances. Filey Kidnev Pills arc vour best protection, vour best medicine for weak, sore, overworked kidneys and bladder If cil have yuni kidneys, weaknesses and suffer from backache, weak, head-aetrheumatism and distressing lil.ul. der weakness, you will find Foley Kid- t&i nev Pills to be the honetlv made heal- if 5 per cent penalty fl wig N'OTICF curative medicine yu need to ,o. added to sch'Mil tax, Aucust 15. l& love v..u back vour health ami sircntith. . . l"H, L. R. Hughes, Trias. They are tonic ti action, quick to give good results Tliev will help you. For c 'A all druggists. wl T 'ricgl-clte. SILVER LAKE Mr. W. R. Reynolds, who has been verv sick is improving. Mr. and Mis. F.dward Fstes. are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine tioy. Mr. Henderson llomie. who has hi en visiting his parents returned to Sharon, O., Sunday, where he has ji good position, with the lltg Four railroad. We are glaii to kaow that Mr. C A. Smith is still improving. Messrs Mil ford and Henderson Ho guc, were callirs at Mr. C. A. Smith's plact Saturdav evening. School opens at the Lake school house. Jul .'(). with Mr. Clarence Grif fin as teacher. Don't forget to vote ug. Tst. (adv) for Heckham. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hunlc Singlc'oti, heir daughter. Mrs Ashford Johnson of Waiiesburg .Saturday night and Sunday, Rev Jones, of Junction City, will preach at the Lake school house the 4th Sunday afternoon. Misses Grace Smith and Fdna Childress were the pleasant guests of Misses Carrie and Mary Smith Saturday night and Sunday. vis-le- d SECRET OF SUCCESS Genuine Merit Required to Win The People's Confidence Have you ever stopped to reason vvltv that so many products mat arc ex tensively advertised, all at once ilr'i out of sight and are soon forgotten 'Ihe reason is plain the article did no ftilltl the promises of the manufacturer ,i This applies more particularlv medicine. A medicinal preparation real curative value almost that has sells itself, as like an endless c'air svsten. the reined is recommended bv thoe who have been benefited, to thosi who arc in need of it. A prominent druggist says "Tak- f"t . example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roopreparation 1 have sold for many year anil never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every case it shows excellent results, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy that 1 know of has so large a sale." According to sworn statements ana verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation the success is due to of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t the fact that it fulfills almost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver anil Madder diseases, corrects urinary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. You may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Roo- t by Parcels l'ost. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Hinghamlon. N. Y. nnd ten cents, also mention the Stanford Interior journal. it is t, im-ln- The Hester Hotel and large storeroom at King's Mountain is for sale privately. This is a fine, large, modern building, of 15 rooms, located conveniently near the depot and is a The splendid business proposition. storeroom is large and well situated for any kind of business. For terms and particulars, call on or write. CLAUDE HESTER 149 Maple Avenue ;. HsH0O 00 0K:&K' 5fi-t- d ad Danville, Kentucky 0000000 00 000000 lit.- Vf. s - - tr i ,.., a,T' ,fc- iiijMfci?, ,iMSBBBBBBMBJpBllBJSJsaBW3BBBJB'WMpWMSMBBBB BJBHJBBBBBM wiiiTiciriiEWfT I TOR iv 3 ... SALE-- 30 UrrtU of com. II. 54-t- LA 7V ;y G, Lutes, TurnerVille, Ky. POR SALE Some South down rnak titi. It Cj. Gincr, Suniord. 59-- 4 FUR. SALE-- A OoTing mowing madt'ne. J, L. UcaIcy. FOR SALE. 78 acrei, near Crab Orchard, and near Ottciihetm pike, by 5J-t- f W. II. Mueller. n few "choice FOIt buck. Richard Cobb, Jr., Danville, Ky. VK are now IiamlllnR the well known DiennK Farm Implements. We have an) thing from repairs tu a mowing machine to a throning macnine com. plcie. Also binder twnc. Call on us before ou buv, C II. Carter and Son. FOR SALE. Pony horse, S jc.irs old. xcnllc and Rood driver Apply to II. C Carpenter, at Lincoln County 57tf Natioml Hank. marc, a, d Scum- FOR JsAI.K ! splendid driver, a gooil frch Jcr-- j cy milk cow. J. i. Turpin, Stanford, 'i at cemcter). Htnmcit McCormack, of the West End, shipped from Science Hill, a few das i.gn, a car load of lambs, for which lie paid six cents per pound. S. G. McKinney. of HuMonville, (dd to YV. I). Xac, of the same place, d marc mule for $lGj. a six-- j Vm. Uodd, of the West End, sold n sorrel yearling mules to two red McDowell, of Pcrrjvillc, tor 56-t- f. outh-dowS9--t- t. car-ol57-.ear-olLpli-riai- DEMOCRATS. RIGHT THE WRONG! Wipe Oat the St Placid Upn On DrnMcntic. Party if KMrtKty ly litsi tolrmMMmnrthKJmm ; ' I -- kkkkkkBBkkkkr kkkkkkkkkkkMkk i' skkkkV ' bbbbbbbbhbbT' kkkkkkHk'jBi Kr kkkkkkkkV' Tl lkkkMkr .kkm 'wkw kkmv4. A bw Cincinnati Stock Market: ?7.75tfi.8 75, top hogs $9.20 Q.').2S, top sheep $4 05 ; top lambs $8.75. McNUTT CHARLTON LILLARD MUELLER 'lop cattle ROWLAND Mrs. W E. (loodncli and children, Coxington have been the recent of gtirsts of Mrs. (i. W. (loodrich. Mrs. G. E. Carter n isiting friends at Corbin Miss Marcia Smith is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Stocncs. Thomas Adidas has returned to Bedford, Ind., after a isit with relatives here. Mrs. Mary Gill of Pittsburg, was the guest of Mrs. Patience Pritchctt last Miss Mrtlc Southcrland has returned to Lebanon Junction after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Edd Smith. Mrs W. W. Stevens, of Louisville, lia becii the recent guest of her father L. T. Smith Little Miss Riba Smith, of Corbin, was the guest of here aunt, Miss Mar. cia Smith Ias wck been the gitet Mis Grace Hurst of Miss Georgia Cabbell at Stanford. Sidney Collier, of Lexington, was visiting frirnd here on Sumhv. Mrs. J. M. Martin visited Mrs. Taylor Roberts at Krai's Creik last week. a Mrs. Alfred Deatiitragc and Miss Adams visited Mr Elbert Terry K cat's Creek Wedntsda. at Miss Annie Ware was "the guest of fri 'lids at Crab Orchard last week. Mr and Mrs Mos Harden, of has been the recent guest of Mrs. Will Perkins. Eltfit years ac the Democracy of Kentucky held a Primary Election to nominate a caneMdate for the United State Senate. More than 100,tb Democrats participated In that primary. Governor Beckham received a majority of the votes, carrylns SI of the counties m the state. The LetfokHMre which followed was Democratic in both branches, but Governor Seckham had enforced the low as to dooms; the saloons hi LooievWo en Svnday, and had stood for the County Unit Law, thereby Incurring; the enmity of the Whiskey Trust and the Boor Trust, and they seogiit Mo defeat la tao Usjlsletars. Tko above four men, elected as Democrats, betrayed their trust and voted for the RopubMcaM candldato, W. O. Bradley, thereby electtas; him to the leneoo. K9 art lit Will You Cast a Vote On August 1st to Endorse This Treachery? If not, Vote for J. C. W. Mtai, Mi Right the Wrint Dene Nm the DtRweratic Party wnk. NEAL'S CREEK Miss Fffie Farmer a number of her little friends at a Joll part). Among thoe who were prccnt, were Misses Mav Dattghcrty Sarah Kirk. Thelnia Hutcfiinson, Bessie and Lena Kirk. Mr. Harry Martin is isiting his cousin. Mrs. Jane Mondaj at Louiswllc, Mr. bank Farmer and daughter. Mrs. r, Jenc Hutchinson went to sec his Joe Farmer of McLean. III. Joe Farmer was isiting his daughter at Morelnnd, Mrs. Clay Lair, who has been tick. Miss Catherine Hcldcn is isiting her aunt. Mrs. James Miiuda), at Louis-illbro-thic. lrj Le-li- ed the picnic at Sauflcy Saturday. Mr. and Mr.- -. Arch tircen and children were out to sec Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk Sunda) . Mr, Mosc Adams and son. of Somerset, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Daughert). Our school will begin Monday, Mr. Oliver Singleton, as teacher. 'Miss Oca Firmer, Dink Farmer. Jr., were in Stanford Thursday to sec Miss I thct Hrackett. Miss Llsie Singlet. m, Mr. Olier Sinj; cton, were out to fee Miss Oca Far-- cr last week. The crops arc looking fine since the nice good rains we all had. BOWEN l D.vi-vill- e. AiWJKW U&- - Z 0pM aaflSn BJijyijLliilij mlbiH4 Carl Hiuin. Frank Smith. Mack Far mer, were out to sec KclU Farmer Wed- IK'll.i). Mr. CIce Iicldcn went to Louiswllc Sunday on business. large crowd attended meeting at Sauflej Sunday night Don't fnrget the meeting that begins at Sauflcy .Monday ninlit the 20th. M.r I. J Hcldcn and son. Ray. Mr. John Hutchin.s, went to Louiswllc Sun- duV. re T t? daughter and two children from Cincinnati to isit her this month. Mr. Mattic Fox, of Damille, is Tnilnr le cMiprlinff Tir ' vis-ltu- .g Training: School for Teachers A School CoarMtlrtstlnf t FlMneiitary 1nlrrtntlUUiii1 Llf Put Or 1 (Wirt. TI1I In alt Public well eqaln prwtlcibool, dperiswalerstHasl'ere, tmhrf. RwntTwi VorHnhrl. Thlrt TtmJiinrf n Fnrti.TTmApniT, Bamt Schwol pi.a Jua 1, swmo1elacBnnl, Toiilntll d tw manaiHrUolof bullllnc Covtm-i- (urei . f KcDtacky. Ktfitw Taltloe Ttr to ana SprcUl Mr and Mrs. Will Martin and children returned to their borne at Ludlow (after spending sccral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Tr.lor. Roberts. Mr Richard Dangticrty and Miss Dulcic Ilaugli attended the picnic at iSaui'lcy Saturdas. Mrs Will Kirk. Miss Cletter Kirk spun Friday with Mrs. W. R. Daugh-crty. I Mr, and Mrs Edward liailcy attend R ememoer THE GREAT Mercer County Fair At Harrodsburg, Ky. Mrs. D. R. Fox and familv Mr. Johnson Coffman is improving his place. Mr. Eugene Rice is ill at his home PARLOR GROVE on Harris' Creek, but is some better now The attendance at Sunday Schoot was Add-Russell, who has bein sick a better list Sund.i). Thcic will be Sunlong tunc is slowly improving. da) School next Sunday at the usual hour. Mrs. Rurkc, from Shclbv Cits was a Mr. and Mrs. Ts J. Ellis were visitors caller at Mr. Steve Russell's last Sunday Also Mr. Mcssir and son, in Stanton! last Thursda) GREEN BRIAR Mr. anil Mrs. M. J. Morgan and Mr (leorge Coffnian is cultivating roses this summer. Watch for wedding I'vcrvboilv is rejoicing over the fine Miss Elsie Dishon and Mr. and Mrs. bells to ring. of Wavnesburg. Leeinan Singleton, rams, it is netting drv again. Mr. Ceo. McCowan made a flving uijo)id a line sermon b spent Sundav with F X Euhanks and tripto Stanford Tuesday. Mr. McCow- Mrs. Johnson butid.i) afternoon at Mr. family. an is overseer of our countv roid, and Theo. Rastin's. There will be church Mr J. C Hundley is somewhat improved in health at this writing again the third Sutidu) in August. Miss l.va Horton spent Saturda) Mr and Mrs. I. E. Favne and chilHraswcll Miss dren, of Lubank, motored to Mr. and uiuiit with numberMaiste here attended from a Mrs. Levi Muuste's Mouda) and spent theJtutc meeting at the home of T. D. Lias. tne l.i). tin Mr A. C .Muiisie and fanul) visited Mr Hendreu Goff is in Hominy, Mr llud Sinis and fanul) Sunda) after- Okla., on business noon Mr and Mrs Fannou and little son I MI Savior and And) Gooch, of if near Eubank, spent Sunday with visited A, C. Mini mc, near King's Mr I.sau Moore and faiml) .Mountains Saturda) night and Sunda). Miss Pearl Trimble and brother, of Mr I h. l'anc was through here South Fork visited her eouiiis. MissMouda) on business es I.ula and Flossie Waddle this week. Misses Soslne and Martel? Mun-si- e Mrs Ethel Howard and Miss Dor- spent last week at Goochtowu oth) Irnstv. of Kings Mountain, spent ckuig blackberries and also report a Mind. iv with the former's parents, Mr I good tunc and Mrs M 11. llaker. Miss Sosbta Muiisie spent Tuesdav Mrs Mattie I. Ills is en the sick list afternoon with Mrs. George Clauuch. ' Mr dlai Glas took a wagon load to Mrs. Levi Muiisie is spending tins to meeting at F D. tiastin's, which was vcek Mrs I h. I'a)iie at Eubank. conducted b) Mrs lex Johnson Miss Ruth Muiisie is visiiiiik her Mr and Mrs J C Hundley entersister at Ua)nesburg. tained with an ice cream siipin r SunMr and Mrs iruil Revnolds. of dav eveniiiLi. He sides the immtdiatc Ittick (.reek, visited Mr find Sims fanul), tho-- e present were Mr and Mrs Aiinda) Otis Florence, of Stanford, M V 15. Mr. Melvin Caldwell is workiiie; atV)lic and Miss Margaret McCo), of Mr A. C. Munsic's this week Cincinnati, .Mr ami .Mrs bam Wright Mrs. Bob Games is rejoicing over the Mcsdamcs Jarrett Johnson. Hiiulerii arrival of a eleven mumi boy. Goff. V W tones. David Walls and Mrs John I'rivett is on ttie sick list. Mifses Fva Horton and Masie llrasIra Itiaswell and Harry Hopson are vvell attended meeting at F I) 's atteudme; school at this place. Sunda) Mr. and Mrs. John Curlis and Mr. Mrs. Ella Bennett called on Mrs. Lu'and Mrs Tolbert Ciirli spent Sunday anda Pittman. of neur Wa)tirsburg at John Leech's. Sunday. Mrs. Pittman is very ill with Mr Osco Clauuch and wife visited congestion of the lungs and other comJ. M. Clauuch Sunday afternoon. plications. Mi. lohn Leach and wife visited their Mr Valentine Fagaly, of Waynes-bursou. Hav den Leach Saturday. School here attended Sunday Miss Eva Horton spent Saturday Sunday willi Miss Margery llrasvvell. Mr, and Mrs Fannon.of near Fubatik Mis Pearl Haggard visited Miss called on Mrs. Julia Goff Sunday Dollie Sims Sundav, evening. Mun-sie.oc I Al-In- a, I J J I I I lias-ting, ill begin work right away. We hope to have good roads next winter as he is a competent man for the joli. Crops and gardens arc looking ifne since the rains. One garden of especial notice, is Mrs. Dauglicrty. Mr. Frank Coffnian is all smiles now because his best girl has returned from Casey county. Miss Annie Mcintosh made a busi. ness trip to King's Mountain last George Clarkson and son from Monlaud wsited her parents, Mr and Mrs. T R Talor a few da) of last weik. All of her old friends were glad to sec her. DEMOCRATS. Don't forget to xote for Ileckham. Satunl.iv. Ann 1st fadv) Mr. I.itnlstn Coffnian went to Danville and hail his teeth extracted. He will soon tic wcarinij a fine new set. .Mr. Frank Coffnian and Lmdsav McCowan. will leave the first of next week for California to pick peac''c. Mrs Johnson Coffnian is txpfctiug visitors from Illinois soon. Mr George Coffey was on the sick list one da) last week. large crowd from here attended camp mteting last Sundav night at Shelb) City. Mr John Russell leaves next week for Michigan to visit his daughter, who mo.cd there recentlv week-Mrs- PUBLIC SALE NICE FARM FOR SALE 5 Per (cut Let 111 fai loans II $1,000 to $200,000 Eiplam. Cnl You Nothing We Save You Money W. KING & SON Qiciptide tod Short Sti. On July 25th, 1914 My farm of 40 acrei on Hanslng Fork At 1 30 o'clock, I will offer for sale mite and a half from Danville pike, at public outcry my household and kit well improved with cottage house of chen furniture, all new and in gexx) font rooms, cistern in "yard, good itock condition. and tobacco ham, all good fresh land, MRS. C R McCORMACK. most of It in grass. Call en or write Tilford Alexander, Hcdgevillc 52-Hustonville, Ky. Lexington, Kentucky Miss Miss Nora Florence witrd Dollie Suns Mouda). V For Sale pair of good work mules. U ill sell them at a rcason.ilnr prue Lome in see them. . C half mile from the Green l!riar schoolhouse. The Best Gasoline Engine in the World The Fairbanks-Mors- e M 4. is sold in Stanford and Lincoln County by the Lincoln Garage Co., Agents Let us talk to you before you buy your engine for a silo or any general farm use. I it i I ! We can show you engines running that have given satisfaction for years and are still doing splendid service. We can save you money and make you a proposition you can't beat. LINCOLN GARAGE CO. STANFORD, KRNTUCKY E. D. Pennington and Herbert Bailey, Props. (6 HOW ABOUT THAT ocy 99 "INDIANA SILO?" Feed of all kinds will be scarce and high in price this coming winter. The Indiana Silo Co. had sold more Silos up to July 1st, than they sold all last year, and they are warning me to get my orders in as early as possible, for fear they would not be able to fill late orders. "Sooner or later" Why not now? 6 Big Days and Mights BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON, --- July 28, 29, 30, 31 The Best Horses in Kentucky Will Be There "TV " $20,000 KENTUCKY AUGUST 3 TO 8, 1914 W. P. KINCAID, District Agent STANFORD, KENTUCKY. $20,000 In Premiums HERBERT A. KLINE SHOWS 25 CARS 300 PEOPLE THXVIU'S BAND AND CONCERT CO. 45 High Class Artists e Grand Opera Singers, Singers Tango Dancers Harness Races and Running Races, Daily Biggest and Best Fair in the Middle West Lexington is the Capital of the Horse World All the Champions will be here. For entry blanks and information, address, Rag-Tim- 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 John W. Bain, Sec'y, Lexington, Kentucky J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY