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The Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. Bledsoe Bailey Quite III BRADLEY'S DAUGHTER WAR BREAKS OUT IN EUROPE This Piper Stops When Your Tim is up Watch the Date On Label ard Renew Your Subscription Promptly. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY Ills mill) friends regret to Uaru that a Ernst Hot Race For U. S. Senatorshlp Wilt J Itltdsov llaik), is finite ill at the Writes No Letter Declaring Father Wat Friend of Her of his fattier. Judge James apartment Be Decided Saturday I. Il.uli). Mr llailiy has suffend all Iiitrist in the race bitween former winter and spring mtli an affection of This issue of the I. J. goes to press the throat which lias gradually Income (loviruor Atigtisns I.. Willson and republican on the ivc of the state senatorial wolse I'e.irs arc cntirtaintd that urae. Kichard I' I' rust, for lljc for L b Stnalor has pick Willi minis! at white hut all our mic imlsonuiK intKht deilop, and he iiommation was brought in from his home near Ma. ed Up wtiiidirfull) in the last few da)S the slate sou's dap to town wnere hi might owing to a bitter contention which lias conFm the loiitr term it t generally arisen bctweiti them and their friends but constant medical attention, as to which tin late biuator llradley ceded 1) all Lilt the inoit iniluuiastic favored to stiiitid him. 1 he republiof iIk friends of the Cuvirnor, that MT. ZION can to ite Fsir)tliuiK is lookmu. fine after the n.He st rust, machine is tr)ingmany nomt the raic is Intuitu hnkh.iiu and ManI. but Willson has loval ic) with Mi.trt.ii) third. Friend of Koixl rams, wluth were so badly need frftnls Most of the Uniting republi Hit l.ttur, howevit an unwilling to ad. td 1.1ns of Ltuiolii countv arc for Will Itiv I.nmst'm failed tu fill his init this, however and are making so 1. claims of tht it.miH hi ha lure last hmtd.i). u mtirestiim drvilopniiut came on I he Death Angel made a call at the made. ruisday when Mrs For the short term, it appears to be home of Mr llrant llrown on Wcdnes-il- votith, only daughter Christine Hradlc) of the late tint itnatur Jul) 22, and took awa) the lotliiK tor Hradli), wrote a strong letter bena a the genual iniprcs-ioi- i to Johnson N. Camden will win bv all ov. tompamon ami inotliir .she was horn file lid of Willson at Covington, declar-uiAim 2s W, .ikciI r )ears, 10 montlis try helming majortt) ovtr Col that Mr F.rii't was not a friend of Mie Itasts a losing bus 11. Young and Hon I). II Smith, and 2K dajs that willi hit opiMinents f misliitiy about in liami and one son and stx daughters lur fathir, and Utter he fivorcd Willsona Mrs Souih's which criated and n host of Krandihildrcn to mourn the order tumid sensation m republican circles, was as n Urn in Lincoln frirnds of the tlirtc that she is no more Ml of her foi'ous long-tircandidates luc left no stone were at hrr bedside during her 25, 1914. Frankfort. mitiiriiid to nd out a big vote for their sickness, exctpt one ihuuhter who liwil Col. Charles M. F Ky.Jnly Covington, Strigcr, 1 he frauds of Btikham at Henderson, Ky, and didn't net here favorites K) claim that he will c.irr, the county if until she wis buried She also leaves Dear Sir It is with extreme difhis ft lends Mill come out to the polls. a loving sister at I 'lain, nud one brother fidence that I write vou this letter, be 1 he MrCnarv men seem to be certain in Sp'ikaur. Wash She was just sick cause as vctc tn 3 woman, that thty will cirry it over Hickham, one hort weik hhe Imrc her suffir-itU'- s (.olitical matters, myhaving nomay be action with gnat ti.it icnce She would misunderstood or misjudged tin race appinntly rutin between It is only tlit'c two in this count), with .Stanley often s,i) slip didn't want to live for deca.isc feel that an hating (tiite a follow tug. who rclusc then was a better home than this for justice I being so stronulv memory in done the of is lur She was a good Christian wom- ic to oiK'tilr anything tn Ins opponents. illtam O ISradlC) So far it appears that the McCrcary an a niembi r of the Christian church and father, the I late as bicatMe bailers are will Mipplied with moiiev and toted by all who knew her. She having bun a have regarded you his. friend for "the boys" and as )et there is little will be ssidels mised throughout this that vulture to devotcil)int at allof write HcrMiam or Stantc) tiiomy in sight. community, tier remans were laid to political purposes my fathers " thing Willi tin prosptct of rest at Mt Zioti tn await the summons a, -t clul-ilrt1 FOR THE VOTING Austria Against Servia and Other tions May Get Involved Na- BURGLARS AT TURNERSVILLE Local Boy on New Battleship K. C Satiflcy, of the U. S. Lieut. Was Policeman at Paris and Slain By Aviation Corps, writes the following ol Cash & Rout's Store Entered and Docs a letter to the editor ot the Take Trail mtirest A Negro J. S. TURPIN'S COUSIN KILLED troops are eugag-t- d a bombardment of Hilfjradc the i.pital of bertia, a ttport frum beintln staling that tlie city had fallen, though this uiiort was not confirmed The invading troops crossed the Danube and Save Kiur and turned their guns on the principal streets of the city. Germany suit an ultimatum to Russia, demanding the reason for its mobilization It is mnxired that Russia replied tint the mobilization was partial and could not be stopped. n 111 tidJTaTlst I J- of the rrsiirreoiii'ii morn. Mrs K n l'.bler anil Mrs George While base returind to tlirir lumif at Lancaster afttr being with their mother diirirg her ickm and death Mr J t Siinpsoii is doing some sawing now U II Fblcr IkiiihIiI some hogs while Primary Forecast by Beckham Leaders in this pirt 0 M I'ldtr lia gone to Lancaster on 'flu pniuar) will he under aj b) business tin tune this reaches most of the readers of the 1. J., init the follow inn is PARLOR GROVE 's given as an cstuujtr of how Gov Last buuda) was the regular preaih-1I11- , campaign managers expect him d.i) at thi'. plan Rev Wright, to win. Mr hiulth, ot King's MounWith Louisville out, the minimum cstimatis are that Mr lleckham will tain, loiiduiled the services bunday earr) the state h) 27,0(0. If Mr. Heck-lini- n night tin Jiastor lomunnicil a senis ot gets a pluralit) of 2,500 in Louis-il- li special miilingx Mr Ins matUKcrs s.u his state plural. Annie Hunter Daigh, of Dry it) will be fully JU.tKA) .Ml the Inures Hidgi, K) , visiud over bunda) with Mrs. I IU Helmut given arc iiuur on an csumaiiu oic We- had a fine rain Suudav after If tl.l vote iii the primary of 125,000 got a IiikIi as 50,t 10 Mr ittikham noon Farpiirs an sowing millet, turbelieve the lattir's majority nips and buekwbe'itt iiiatiagir Work on the roads is progressing mil approximate 40.(100. 1". Sims as roid super 'I lie statement, which will he found tucel), with below, shows (hat every cuiini) in the visor Mrs Wm Hill. St. met with a and alto Mute has bcrn considered slums that tin opisititn to Mr. link. (willful accident last wttk the win. Iiam in F.astcrn Kiutuik) has collaps. ilow sash dropped falling on both hands ed. and crushing iliim badlv. l .Mrs r J I. Ills is somewhat unprov Tho statement Mr IUckham's managers follows: ed in health Heck I i,i m will carr) nine congressionMr A II Wshc ami Miss Margint al districts, mint) two counties, ma- Mel v attiudid preaching sirvicis at SV iiishurg b tturda) mgtit jor it) of 27.001). Stanley will i.irry his own district .Mis l.iimati Mngletou, ot v.i)ncs-but- g and b a itnjority of less than 2,500. scut haturdii) and .uinlay with MeCrcary will not curr) a single Iwr parents. Mr ant! Mrs M J Mor-ua- n to be out. T lie illt open at six o'clock Salur-ih- v morning ami close promptl) at font Returns from all pricincis m the conn-t- v and ovct the state will he received ?t the 1 . office as soon as the count is made. big sotc is Hick-hum( 1 -- exacted 'i v" district Horn to Mr and Mrs Will Kev nobis First District Thirteen counties. IWkliam ten; Stanley, two; one stand- of Wavnesbitrg a ilauuhtir. Julv Mr mil Mars Ctcil Wlutaker visit- off Beckham' majorttv 2 550. counties id with the littir's parent. Mr and District flight Second Stanley icvui: Ilickham, one. Staule)'s Mrs V V Suns .Mnnda) liigrit Katn Mrs I l.i Humitt and Mrs majority 2,4;0. third District -- Ten counties Beck- Morris inttrtaiiiin in honor of Mrs ham eight Stanley, two. llcckham's Beck-ham- tii.il in t , .1750 nna Daiah of Drv Kulge, K)., and little Margirv Morris last Saturday -- Thirteen I'ourth District ocunttc. .ifitTiionti, it being Miss Marino's Those eighth birthdav annivirsarv ittikham, ten; Stanley three .1000 maiority, prosriit were Mrs Dora MiOit Mrs Mir Fifth District Stand off iina Daigh. of Drv Knlge Mi Sixth District Flight counties i. caret M'Cov, of Cmcirmti, Mrs I C Marv. six Stanlc), two Bccklmn's ma. HiiMillc) and little ihughlers iorlty. .TOO Kuth tnil Pauline Refreshments wire Mrs counties served during the aftirnoon Set colli District- - Twelve Itcvkh.im ten; Stanles one one stand. lliuiillty cave several beautiful selec off Btckham's majorit) ,1950 tionsi nn the piano counties. Fnfhth Distrut Flivtn Scvrral children in the neighborhood McCreary, are hiving whooping couch Itetkham. nine. Stanlcr, one .. iI Mr T D Ilitin n ports tint the I .It.. 1'.VISI, I. II . ...,.,...!.. toon counties. lllJ'I"l ,'-- litditnmg of Suudav afternoon struck Ninth District Nineteen tanlev, 1, two stand several treis near his home at firun Iii rkliam. sixteen offs. Beckham's maturity 4.200 llmr Bcck-IwFt nth District -- Ten counties Mr M inter Hill is liauling the lumber for the new bridges in this secten Beckham's miiontv, 3 fit) material Tlcvuith District Fifteen counties, tion It is of beavv three-inc- h lirckhnm thirteen Stanles, two. Dick and will make excellent bridi'cs. 500 lusm's niajoritv 's Bcck-Iiiii1 1 is being "improperly used An attempt is being made to create a false imprissiott among the Ri publicans of Hceause of these facts I Ktnti'tkv lia'f concluded to forego bv feeling of I (lillulcuce ami write )( rcter to the ciiiipaign literature I eing sent the interest of the candidacy of state in Mr Richard I' I rust for the re pub hear, nomination for I'nitcd States Sinator, citing the position of father's ueplitw and 1111 cousin, Mr. I dwin P Morrow. wJio is supporting Mr Frnst, as bun i' proof that practicall) all father's frauds are supjiortlng Mr. Frnt and the attuupt is also thereh) made to give the impression that tluse friends are doing what mt fathtr would have lie do were he alivei today. Whatever in) cousin Mr. Morrow's s mav be for suporting Mr. Frust, the) are doubtless stibsciint unto lumstlf, but I do know that neither he imr an) other pirson tfitming to be my fatlur's friend is supimrting Mr Frust hi cause of am tiling that my fa th- -r mav have said or done. It was tt will known to all tbosi who were friends of fatlur that he was stronglv opK)til to Mr Frost's candidal), 011 tin ground that afiir father the tiuaniinims nomination of his pirtv for L nited States St tutor in the legislature c.iucls in 1908, Mr I rust, though claiming fo be a republican, opposed Ins iliction as Semtor an I sought to prevent it. M) father loved the Republican party v.ith all In strength of In ardent He gae Jus life to bis service he rejoicid 111 its triumphs and shed tears of grief whin it was defeated or divided. He did not treasure an) re-ntmeut against Mr. Fnist for an rtrsonal dislike the lattir mav have had for hint, anv personal dislike lie could casil) forget as something likelv to Hiur in the friction of partisan politic- lut that Mr Frnst could hive pcr-'- ii ted 'us ptrsoti.il fceilmg or his jcal-iior whatcvir other motive mav have inspired him to cause him to without proiier cause to bring about the deft it of the dull nominated candidate of the Republican pirtv for such an important office as Cnitcd M..tcs Senator was. in mv father's judgment a dereliction which not onlv destroved .Mr Prnsts claim upon the nariv for support for the nomination is a candidate for the Jetntorslnp. lint which would iuevitiddv injure him, if nominated, and r'mtcr him a weaken td and ineffective ondidite in the final eltction Oftin have I heard father express himself on this subiect, and a short time biforc his death I am sure tint tf father were living todav he would be found supporting llu" ciuijidirv of tiovtrnor WilUon. wlie for nearlv 40 vcarwas his loval I effective in the upbuild-in- c in of the Rt publican pirtv in Putin 11 oir 111 re'a-on- inti-nn- on Servia came Tuesday almost immuliately aflir (urmaiiy ami Austria had notified Sir I dward Ort), the Hrttisli Foreign Minister of thur refusal to torn m a mediation conference. It is assumed hire that the efforts of tin I ttropcau nations will now be Hunted toward localizing the area 0 (hostilities. Ihc actual lame of .decision tu enter Into hostile cr.tnlict" with Servia was the reply suit by the Balkan States to the note from iiuna d mantling that Servia take slips' to put a stop to the propaganda 011 ustriau territory and also punish those Servians indirect!) concerned 111 the assassination 111 Hostoma on June 28 of rchtidkc n Firdinand, heir to the throne The nsionsc of Servia was consul live Foreign Office in 1 red b) itnna "unsatisfactory" and in a communication made public the Ausiro- lltmgariau t.o eminent sanl that the reply was "filled with the spirit of dts. honest) " In tin tmantiiiie Sir Fdward Grt) the ti ok the initiative of requesting I urnpcin Powers to permit thiir Ambassadors 111 London to confer with a vuw to a peaceful solution of the contrivers) halt and France at once con sented to join their efforts to those but Germany and ill Gnat Hritam vustria refused, Germany supporting her alls in the contcntturj that it would be uniiiL'tiified for a great Power like tistria to appear betotc a tribunal of the Ftiropean Powers , on the same stittis as the. 'mie Hiikan nation. in' the interval had proceeded rapuuy vviiu inc moninraiion il her great &rui. The entire railroad svsttm was utilized for the moviment of troop trains, the telegraph svstcm was ortnallv monopolized for Government lni mess and a strict censorship was im Austria-Hun-gar)'s Attstro-ltungar-:asemi-officintria-IIimgaiy, t onilon, Julv 29 Announiimciit of tin I'tclarattoii of war by ustria Hun-gar) iN'iws was received hire Tuesda) b) J S Turpin, that Ins cousin S. M. lur. pin, of Paris had been killed Following is the account given in the raris paper In an effort to arrtst Ridley Rud, .1 nigro, 111 the negro settlement of L)lc- villi the wistirn pirt of Pans at 2 Ml jt'ock M iiid.i) afternoon, bpecial .M, I orpin was killed Fol.ee Ulficir b) Rud Rtcil was then shot and wounded b) Chief of Police I' rid l.tnis (Jiticcr Link and J. W. Kink were in an automobile about to start for Lex- nUou when notified that Reed was in- loxicaltd and was lirroriing his tiugh-bcrl- u od and tin) wire asked to conic am, arrest him. Iliev picked uu Special I atrolman liirpm nud took linn to the seme of the trouble intending to place Rrul uittli r .11 list rtiid Im.c tiini tak en to jail b) Offiici Turpin . When the officers arrived at Rcid's hot. c Officers King and Turpin King wtnt from the machine tn the front door and Turpin went around the house to the rear door Some ol the 111 tghbors, before sending for tht r fficcrs, had put Rccd tn his home am! I iikcd the doors, and a negro who ba.i the ke) to the rear door accopaiued Ttttpin around the house and was the kev in the door when a sholRt-was thrust through a window discharged into the lift side of ami Patrolman Turnin almost tearing hi' hod) in two ami kill.ng him instantly who was with him was cov rhe ered with Ins blood Officer I irk who had tcmaincd in the au'o. hearing the shot leaped to the gro-mand ran around the house and himself instantly covered by a wa shitiitin in Reid's hinds, but before Reed could fire 1 ink shot him through be forehead, inflicting a wound which Dr Rankin, who vv.is summoned, pro notinced mcessarilv fatal Reed is still alive, but unconscious Reed was almut fiftv )ears old Mmiit twenty )cars ago lie shot and killed an aged and highly respected nigto woman in Paris, for which he was sent to the puiitenthrv for a long term but was released six or seven d vear ago He wis wlie' he committed Ixith of these sober lie was said to be a nuiet nnd peaceable necro He was tried for lunacv several months igo but found not tn be crazv 111 l) iic-rdrink-crazemurd'-rs-Wlu- MlsCll id m-tur- e. Servia also had uudulizid lur forces and hid withdrawn the garrison of the capital to the interior as tin chief citv of Servia occupied a too Mincrable to be held. I very war office and admiralttv in Europe was occupitd in prepirations for eventualities, evm the smaller coun-trn- s such as Holland, Hclgium and vvitrrlanil taking precautionary incist. si st dcclara-io- n came the formal of viar bv one of tht numbers of ths Triple Mliance, lh other twp countries in which are "I he notificatiorr iitrmxnv airtr-Itai- v of the fact w is suit this .ifternoon to he Servim (iovirnm"iit, which has its temporari headiU irters at Kragti)evatz It was anticipitiit here thai a dtclira-tio- n if the beginning of hostilities would follow ritucklv 011 German) 's decision to hold aloof from anv scheme of mediation The Gtrman Foreign office bad said tint a conference- - ot mbass,idors would in its opinion serve no Useful purp isc while "conversations" between icnna and St. Petersburg were still in progress. The attitude of Russia was watch-u- l cut-fullin official circles here and the firm belief was exprtssed that Ruswould inter the lists m support of sia the little-- Slavic, kingdom as soon a; fighting started in earnest Attstria-Htuigar) ure riun Kcn-luck- v f ' v ?r Lincoln Mules Win at Harrodsburz June a luuuliii of iiitotu people 1,0 da) to the HarrmUburg l'.nr. tittr A strong bree?i', with tin mtriur) in the M'Miilli. madi wiatlur condition; for tin third da) of the l'.nr Hit attendance wa the imputation ot tin lompaii) It was estimattil at 0,1X10. 'I hi re wire sixt) exhibits of Hiultr, fift) of whiih wile for fancy Imids of ihukiiis, with mail) tntrics 1110ng tht prize 111 most of the ring'. t.iMitrs wen J II Coleman, of Danville, who eapturid nine ribbons, Chas i. l.)ou, of Lincoln cttiut), sixtieu Warden l'riwitt. .Ntvada. S M II irhison, Danville, tour. Walker Cle'lmd. Harrodsburg, five and Mrs Harris l.ihmau, Nichotasvillt', ten 'I tu rings of shitp and tin rings of limits wete shown hoisc mules, won bv Hint (niitrv 'Ihoniisou 2 vcar olds, ll.ir- Woods, Wi niiIs, starlings. Harris Wood, marc mule, Harris olds and colts, liar-r- i 2 viur-oblV ii! A TEXAS WONDER oir nh-lioi- The Texis Wonder cures kidnev and gravel, troubles, dissolves bladder curis iliibetcs, weak and Hmc backs. rheumatism, and all irregularities "t the kidness and bladder in both men and women Kcgutatcs blalder troubles If not sold by )our ilrug- in children uist. will be sent bv nnil on receipt of $100 One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure Send for testimonials from this and other states Dr F. W Hall. 292 Ohio Street. St I ouis. Mo Sold by druggists (adv.) S.I- V. UV fcsW'ts rV11! 1 r- T V 'vVj4vol .... MAPLE SWAMP Miss I lu.ibith D)e has rtturiitd from an exttiuliil visit to her friuiiU 11gm1a and and rtlativts in Wist Ohio mer. Aloiuo Padgett our hustling limit is improving his duelling by building a new room. Hroitghtoutown, Ix'tv tiodbcv, of Saturday pre 11 bid at I'll as. tut Point tuning and Stiudai. s Wnls Mr and Mrs Milton Ciriffm arc relltst pair. CSvntry & Thouipson. over Ilorsis lltst barniss colt, Melrose joicing (June the arrival of a fine girl, Crvstal. St ick Farm, best walking mare or stal. turned Mis (itrtie (hkkIi, of King's Mounlion, l.es Crutchir, best stallion, mantinder 1 ear. snccial pre tain, is with her sister, Mrs. Gladys or mium by the Hon J V. Newinan. of (iiiffin Jim I'ttrc) is vcrv sick at this writstainon, Allen palclen. harness mars or gt tiling, special premium bv ing Our school is progressing tucily with C D Thompson of $25. Mrs. K. T. stallion, mare or I" O (iillilaud as teacher. Lowndes, harness Marion Doiudas and familv Ashford gelding, 3 )ears old, Thurman Peters, were harness stallion 4 jiars old, Mat uo Sims and familv, of Huck Cretkfamily the guests of Fdgar Griffin and lirn Fiiday there will be only hores Sa'urdav night and Sunday. Mrs Monro Padgett Is on the sick-lis-t are Many ot tlie iirtmiums shown $100 and a record ihv is anticipated T Hat fit Id spent SuuMr Clan-nedav at I. T. Griffin's. Bank Stock For Sale Ora Patk'itt Is spemljug a few weeks Twelve shares of stock of the Lin- with her sister in Cmcininti, O coln County National Hank will be Milton Griffin and Waller Messr in for sale at pubtie auction Pitrcv arc in Ohio on I usiness front of the court house door in Stan, at ford, Ky . Monday. August 10, Has Your Child Worms d 1(1 .V) o'clock. Most chiblnn do. A coated, furred tongue; strong breath, stomach ptins, u vlan.u. anil Rladder Bother Then Foley Ktdnev Pills icrcles under eyes, pale, sallow comOverworked kidney! will break down plexion, nervous, fretful, grinding of .1 :: ..... U'hrn tlirv ean nn loilL'- - teeth, tossing in stun, peculiar dreams any one of these indicate child has cr protect the blood and the body from come to them, then worms. Get a box of Kickapoo Worm the poisons look out for Ilrigbt's disease, serious Killer at once It kills the worms the Is kidney trouble and bladder annoyances. cause of )our child's condition. tin Foley Kidney J'llls are your best pro. laxative and aids nature to expelFasy Supplied in candy torm. d.t... . i... s;. iTiitirinp- for weak. I worms. iss.il.., ,wu. I,...! take, 25e. at jour drug erOiKCU Kiuncys nnu uiauuu for children to gist. ssMiVuiAAflm. eht fi. of-fe- 191-4- . 60-t- BLAIN'S GAP W Cimpbill, CHRISTIVF HRDLFV SOl'TH sitk for a IIgood while whohas been is impioving slnv ly A BIO PICNIC Mr! 1, T Chastecu and grand children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W J Strmcir Sunday. Danville Fail Officers Decide to Have I Rev T Chastten filled his Three Gala Days Consisting of at Yocuni sihool house on Sunday Airship Flights Midway Rtv J T Chastecu will begin a Shows, Etc. uniting at Blue Litk, on July ih Mrs T H. Najlor has been quite ill t a mi ting of the-- directors of the fo- - seuril diys Dan wile Fair Association, it wis Mr W I. Ailkin spent Saturday to give a three davs' exhibition ot airship flights on the grounds of the night with Tom Stringer of McKinnev Rtv T Chastcen will preach at association 011 August 5, 0 and 7, In addition to the flights by the lust avia- Vorum school houe the 4th Sunday in be-- a big pgist at 11 o'clock. tor m America, llu re will Mtdwav consistiig of many high class STOl'T Lilian! and Frances Wash-incto- n iiinocuit showji. There will he a merry in the new and latest Dances gi around, a h'g Ferris wheel and mails other attractions. of tod iv Tango. Hesitation. One step house There will he no hair, or exhibition Innovation and Maxtxe, at The principal feature will tonight. of sloek be an piuiic each ilav. Tb gates will be opined at one o'clock, Sustains Serious Inluries admission price tweut). P M. ami the Vernon, Mrs lohn Griffith, of Mt 'Ibis will be auoicasiou suit lined serious injuries and tier 10 five nuts ft r an good time, veit obi sou wis so badlv hurt that uilh an oportuuity to see the be died the same afternoon when they gnat air ship and other good shows were trappid bitwren two froulit trims .ibont a mile south of Livint'ston Mrs. Giiifith anil her son were walking down Card of Thanks the double track to town with severInstead of frit nils and al butkits of bhckberrii-I wish to thank the neighbors for the kindness they showed ettlii'g off the track at the aonroich of us during the sickness and death of our the triins Ihev sfnvril in the middle was knocked llrown prrund Mrs Griffith dear mother. Mrs Margaret cars Far)bodv was so good and kind to down bv one of the ribs areHer arm Is fractured Itud a hilpiug hand in the hour of pain broken. iii iline Tbe bark of her son's head was crushand sadntss V daughter. ed in MRS 1DV THOMPSON Mi pro-trict1 1 a 6l-ts n littir nteiU anv addtd permit nu to iv that I was re rut in mv father's faith: I too, am dtvoted to the pirtv's 1 Ripuhlican bistort and its principles, and deeplv eoi'cirncil for its success Trusting tint vou mav not misjudge nor misunderstand, but that vou mav iitub rsf mil and appreciate the spirit in e which I have written muI with for vour friendship for mv f ither I be" to renuin. sinecrelv If this 1 iuti-ficatio- riti-tiid- Fire Does $.'50,000 Damage at Louisville ire-- which startul in the feul puis ol the Hoiirboii Stock Yards at Louts-vil'Moudav nikht. dutroied a third & Naslo ille of that plant; 40 Loni-vill- c railroad tars, somi of which wire loid-- 1 it with oil crematesl 1 000 sheep, and damigtil limit than a score of cittle that lined the streets the Damage to the ) arils is arils at $17.5.000, and the total at ifjJllUHi ll ihe fire fighting appira-tt- u of the citv was callul out to extinguish the flauu-s- , which thrtattnul to destroy the uitire )ards ahd buildbv Hie blaze was gotten ing'' mar undi r control afttr hours of hard work T lie origin of In the firemen the flames has not been ascertained. 1 c. esti-tint- ... -.at ...,-- and misery of ' Bucklen's Amies asthma and hay fever use Foley's "ss've for yiM. Burn" So's N . Honey and lar Compounil Mr F "s Loner it puts "I have neve' hut t r a healing, soothing coating over the writestickling membranes, and eases wound or or it would not swollen, Oi i Vpiipfl C.I,., irMlis- Of Bl'cklcil's the thick and choking sensation. Helps breath easily and naturally. In Kfn hind) at H t'ntm vou to ""is. he yellow package. For sate at all ores, cuts, wmmils Prevents larUUw druggists. 25c at your druggist For the discomlort 'i!" fr lin. 1 lt Hustons file, July Jl. Casit and Rout's store at Turnersville was broken into otic night' last week Dear Sbilton and robbed of eatables, such as flour, Wi will notice from the above meal, coffee, and the such like. Lair's that 1 have again changed my habitat dogs were taken to the place nud a fine 111: (Jlil .Mississippi is now in ttie trail was taken and trailed into the hands ot the- Greeks and by virtue of neighborhood of l!ore)villc, to a color her new alliatiic has changed her name id "gentleman's" house No arrest was Ma) luek go with her Slu inuc at the tunc Init papers were gotto Kokis ts .1 good ship but too slow for now-a- d ten out for a search warrant to have 1)9. premises searched later on. , Mnndiv aiternnan from four ta sir llic Grcik- crew arrived -o ami wiin uu- assisianci we arc iiuuclock. Master Jesse McKcc Carpenter headway .entirtamed 2S of his tdavmatcs in hoif-nig tin in, are making a little towarils organizing no mean task, (or of his 4lli birthday, Games were Tlitir officers appear to be men of zeal played during the afternoon, among mil intelligence, but the want of ex them an exciting peanut hunt, which perunic with modern ships is offering war. greatly enjoyed by the little men a urcit deal of rtsistance- - to the pro and women, the prize being won by gress the) would otherwise be making Master rretl It roster flic happy wnli their new acitttsition. They will (crowd v as then led into the dining I room, the table was decorated with hoit their flags in a few days, after will sail pink and white flowers and candles, in which the North Carolina Ithc center a Jack Horner pie filled Willi north for operations with the fleet vs to the new aeronautic ship tlic favors, which were fastened to pink North Carolina we are eminently pleas ribbons, each leading to the place of a id. She is a large armored cruiser ol guest At one end of the table the greater tonnage linn the Mississippi anr birthday cake, pink and while, with pceii, all of which lour candles was placed Delicious ices of far superior makes her better suited for aeronautic an I riles and candy were scrvut. The work We have with us now thne hy- little Iiot was showered with many dro pi incs and expect two more upon ptetty gifts Those present were: n aching Boston. Six were lift at Pen. Misses G Walker, Sarah L)tm Tucker, s.nola, the permanent base, at which litiie Riffe. Montgomery Rosiline (kiiuI I expict to return in October, Childress Llizabcth Plain. Marv iKissibly earlier, to do some instruction Ophelia Jeffries, Julia Aillenc Carpcn' vvotk with the new officers who will tir, Ann Kathcrinc Spalding, Mary Jane nrobabl) be entering the corps at that 11t1 vans, .ave. Messrs Morris Montgomery. James Yow ell, Jesse Burtime. Meanwhile send my I. J to the netii- Pi well. Robert Russell, George North Carolina. Care of Postmaster, Depp. F.dward Gihbs, Daniel Riffe, Xe v York, N. Y. Fred B Foster, Henry Phillips, Bccch-e- r With kindest regards for all at home, Adam I remain yours very Respcctfullv. Dr. O S. Williams spent Sunday at CASWELL S U'FLF.Y. Dinville. B W. Lciull. of Hustons itlr. loiiirht of 1'eavv house and sons a black bull Judge Takes Acid by Mistake Clinton, Ky., Julv 29 Judge R. L. calf for $20 Smith, of the First Judicial district, Miss Lucille Pctrey. of Harriman. died last night as the result of a dose Tenn, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A . L. of carbolic acid taken hy mistake for I'oster for a month. medicine or vvattr while he was suffer-in- g Lightning struck the hirn of W. C from acute indigestion. Myers on Frye's creek last Sunday evludge Smith was on his way to ening and simply tore it all to pieces. Louisville on a business trip, and beAunt Polly Kattffmin fell a few fore starting to Fulton, where he was nights ago and receivut a badly brokto caleh the train, he stopped in the en leg and a misplacement of the hip office of Dr. Fred Bealcr While he joint. As she is at greatly advanced was in the doctor's office he was seized in age, fears are that she may not rewith an attack of acute indigestion. Dr. cover from such a shock She got up turned to ect him some medi to get a drink of water and lost her cine, and as he did so Judge Smith is balance and fell. A severe hail storm visited a section WAYNESBURG said to have reachtil on the table for glass which contained acid, but which of Casey county, south of here last Sunis feeling geod over the supposedly, he thought was water or day evening doing muth damage in this goul rains we hive bce-- having. Rev J. B Jones filled his regular ap. some other liquid pirt of the growing corn and tobacco. Some crops of tobacco were almost pomtmctit here Saturdav and Sunday Jiiilee hmith wis about fortv-fiv- c Iii was accompanied by his wife and vear old. and was lorn and reared in a total loss, while ethers were badly Clinton. He was appointed to the Cir- damaged. Some had children, who attended clmich and insurance and frit nils cuit bench of the First Judicial district some had none. One insurance man, Mr W D Johnson, of King's MounApril to succeed former Judge R. Mr. Campbell had privilege on same I tain, was here last week Bugg. For years he had been promi- Saturday ivcning to take some insurRtv Joins will begin a scries of nent in public life here. Shortly after ance out, but didn't do it and received Rev. being admitted to the bar he was elect- a slice of the hail. Others that had inmet tings here Suudav evening. cton, of Calvary church, Lexington, ed Mnvnr of Clinton. He afterward surance were promptly visited by Mr. will come on Wednesday and help in erved for several years as the County Campbell and all satisfactory arrangethe meeting. tlorncv of Hickman countv. In '911 ments jt cured. Zdiss Grace Good joined her sister Mr and Mrs I il .Nolan puit bun- - he wis elcctei Commonwealth's Attor-ue- v R Curti- dav with Mr. and Mrs for the First Titdicial District by Miss Sallic, at Louisville Saturday to Mr T J Burleson sold his farm to in overwhelming majority. tke a trip to Chicago, III . Detroit, Mr Griffith at a fancy price Mfh. and then to. Canada fora few is ufferiiiR much Nailed Stanley in His Home District days.-T- he wlrolc TrfplHnakcabout Mi Wr pun from hiving a tooth extracted lat The count) clerk ot McLian county, two weeks. w ck. down in the Second district, J. B. Honaker was in town MonJay nailed Rev J P. Jones preached at the I 0110 Stank y at his speaking titer Monday and reports a most glorious rain in his school house Suudav afternoon and proved conclusively how lie is en neighborhood Sunday evening. D W. Dunn is silling lots oT tur.'M. RevnobU, of deavoring to fool the temperance peo Mr and Mrs nip seed for fall sowing for grcms next rk, ate Mulling men ple m this rate. A ilispatch trout fine ftliilt, MoM-nyeW J Remolds. brother. to the Ovvuisboro said. spring. Mrs Mace Remolds and son, Henry M. b Hatighmau, W. 1'. Ktncatd and Ca'houii, Ky., July 27. At a speakD O. Lewis at ing appointment of A. O. Stanley hire I! 11. Cirtir, motored to our town visited her it. Morel ird Saturdav and Suudav and tonight before about 200 people, many morning on business and was spent Sunilav night with Mr and Mrs, of tiiuu ladies, Stanley and John nesday morning on business. T S Remolds lure. Mrs. C K. MiCormaik left WedPriest, county clerk of this count), bad Miss Hirdie Reynolds who has been a sharp passage of words, ipute a omt nesday for Danville, where she has a visiting her aunt.' Mrs. Mace Revtiolds debate for a while. position tu view. went to Morel ind Saturday to visit her Mr. C. R MiCormack's sale on last Stanley commenced speaking in bitSiturday was well atttnded and things aunt. ter words of Priest' opposition to Iiuu, Mr and Mis. Will Rc)nnhN, Mr saving he had some yiars ago traveled sob' at fair price. Mr and ird Mrs Oscar Reynolds and rejoicing oOO milts to come here and assure-Pries-t We had another fine shower again Mrs. F S Gooch are each be hould be census, supervisor Tucsdiy morning and everybody was over tin- - arrival elf a little ihughter in lor McLean county. tickiid to death with it. tht ir limne John Pimbleton, of Ellisbttrg, was Priest arose and interrupted the attended a speaker, saving he wauled to comet in lour Monday shoppimr. Mr Rocnc Whecldon singing at Goochtovvn Saturday C. G Combass, of the Liberty mill, and him: tint Stanley had not come here Sunday on that occasion, but asked him to was last vviek engigtng wheat tor their Mrs F L. Gadberrv spent meet him at Dawson Springs, and the mill .It Ltbirty at 70 cents here and "5 Mr and Sii'idiv with his mother, at Yoseirdte l objict of the meeting was to head cents delivered. He succecdid in purMr Will Smith came home from Lud- otf threatened opp isitiun to Stanley. chasing a large amount. Master Samuel Reid, of Stony Point. low. Monday, where lie has been work- He said, howevtr, during the talk Staning Bovle county, came over Sunday night ley told hitn he would get him appointis ed supervisor provided he would gtt to make his father J. II. Reid, "a visit Mr Ceo Grihim. of Nebraska, W. F Gun. the endorsement of Bill Boston, but it for a few days. visitine hi' brotber-i.i-lavJudge Win. Mvers and family motordm Hi- ha bciM awav 23 cyars. turned out Stanley had nothing to do on Monday The Judge with these appointments, and they were ed to PAINT LICK made by Governor Bradley He said he on business and the family to visit serving Stanley many years. Grint Mitcalfe is at home for a few had been asked Stanley We had a glorious rain Sunday evenPriest if. in the 1911 days. state convention, he liuln't try pet the ing and everybody is now feeling lots Ltdcr 11 C Hill is holding a McLean county delegates to bolt their better over the present prospects for a meeting at Level Green. good corn and tobacco crop this fall. The lierta base hall team crossed bats instructions to vote to put the uniform Fminctt McCormack. of Hustonville, with Paint Liek rental) and all eiijoj-e- d county unit in the platform sold Dink iarman an aged work mute Stanley denied this. a fine- - game, the score standing 10 Priest then said he hid the affidavit this week for $150. to 4 in favor of Hirea. blisses Bobbie and Susan Blain are county dtle-galTin lb.ptists have bought Irom M. is of one of the McLean as follows- visiting Mrs. Win Harkins. to this effect. It is Ross his risidimc foi a parsonagt, tor D. V Dunn has just ocmplctcd the "The affiant. J. P.. Walters, states $2000. planting of Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. R. N Healey, that he has a delegate from McLean bein which over a bushel of bunch are looking awful well. county to the platform convention held a fine bov, in Louisville 111 August, 1911, in which He will can them for later sales. Any 11 Ralston, who had a narrow Janus one wanting anything in the way of escape frum death in a tall from his the county unit plank was an issue be. canned goods will see him. He will motorcycle, is improving and will be fore that convention, and that the Me. have an eauu-- r in operation Lean county delegates wire instructed mote-- cartful in the future. in a few days and ready to serve the AKev C S. F.llis has moved into the to vote for the county unit plank Stanley public in any kind of work in this line. parsonage rtieutly punhasid by the ffiant further states that . O.delegates Mrs A, B. McKinney is still very came to the McLean county Baptist clmrih. to liolt their hist rue feeble. last bien and iirgtd tin Jas, . Ilolmau has at Harry Camnitz. of Danville, was here granted a pension and gets back pa) tious and vote against the county unit among relatives anil fritnds amounting to $2,Xl0. He has been plank, and said that he would come to mint Mis. Win McKinney is very ill wi th almost destitute circunistauiea for McLean county and smooth mitters rni"nniaiim if the people got angry ovtr for them some tune". 1'he tobicco raisers are now verv about it The- - Baptist Sunday sihool will give with t In (signed) "J. T. WU.TFRS." busy taking out insurance on their bropss a picnic on the 2d Saturday in August Subscribed and sworn to before me in tliis section since the recent hail and has mvittd all the other Sunday itorm. schools 111 this neighborhood to join this 21st day of July. 1911 WXLTF-RS- . Misses Fstelle Pruitt. of Danvilte. (sigiu.l) "ClIvRLFS with them. They will go out about Mary D Kennedy, of Stinford am! C Urk LaRue County Court. outing. for the Misses May and Florence North of the James thicker and Mrs Roger Ruck-e- r, Mtddlebttrg pike are the week-en- d visi Crimes Law Sanctions of Lexington, visited the family of tors of Mrs J. A Blain. Killing time. 1. C. Ruckcr Rev P L. Bruce, of Stanford, will Hanging Abe Hardwick. of Hamilton, Ohio, is Stealing pictures. pnach at the Hustonville Presbyterian bases with relatives here church st 11 A M.. Sunday. The mem-bethe Miss Chastmt- Rtieker is on a visit to Shooting off achutes of the congregation are requested speaker t linking friuuls at M.i)sville and Vanceburg fo be present Chas. Wheeler, Clerk of Running ovtr a 111 w song Session. Smothering a laugh A Rare Treat For Stanford of Sitting fire to a heart. KldridL'e Soutliwiik Mrs Knifing a performance. Stops Neuralgia tho Fmirson School of Oratory. Bos Mtirdirng the Cnglish language. Kills Pain ton, will give an evuiings entertain Sloan's Liniment gives Instant relief ment at the opera house, Monday, Aug Phil Chinn, in London, Fug, with from Neurak'ia or Sciatica. It ane SocittV of III mull r nilslili'i-of ( have straight to the painful part Soothes Cincinnati lTit-are to leff Livingstone, ofKentucky rhiireh. ilw lr. sliiii-ri.ithat lley the nerves and stops the pain. It is also notified friends in be congratiihtid on securing tin ser- will buy $1,000,000 worth of the best good for rheumatism, sore throat, chest victs of siitli an emiuint artist, wuo thoroughbred horses in Furope. ship pains and sprains You don't need to never fails to please them to Lexington and establish the rub it penetrates Mr. J R Swinger, breeding plant in America. Louisville, Ky, writes "I suffered neglected vour kidnevs, greatest If vou with quite a neuralgic headache and s'uffer from backache, weak, head-ictrheumatism and distressing blad- There Is Healing Foley Kidney Pills for four months without any relief. I You need a mighty kooii medicine if used Sloan's Liniment for two or three der wetikniss, vou will find Foley Kid-ne- y I nights Pill to be the honestly made, heal-in- g once your kidneys are exhausted by head and haven't suffered with my since" Get a bottle Kovp curative medicine )ou need to neglect and overwork, and you have an in Folev ami he ).ii back vour health ami strength. go: it is prompt, Kidney Pills. . Their 111 me iiourc oc, me time lor paptt your, Iraling and tonic. an nurts. sue ami :si at Thev are tonic in action quick to give action Bucklen's Arnicaj 9Myc fori druggist, hull) vou For Sound health and found kidneys fol uwl rissnlts. Thev will low their t.se Try them. For sate by an sores. by all drueiiists. ji'Mi-rijayI 1 1 is-t- ul - 111 U. S. S. North Carolina, New Port News, Va. Jul) 28, 1914. at "i ' -- . r a3J r ' Wed-uisd- av re-a- Li'-ert- K rfZ pro-traet- ul W sar is ! u -- a 111 111 111 le - rs s e c. a'l t 4, PJ . PIT- - sjr .y THE INTERIOR JOORNAt STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FW1DAY, JULY 31, 1914. The Interior Journal H1M.1UN M. HAUr'l.ET yeruhodu t II A TBAtt Hlttiril.Y IN noiior and ins riglit arc alike intuitu). l crinl) slioiinl nitir n.it c periuamun Mi Hill. IrlliMli.il ht'lleil. (lltlJIKC i.oiiismIu-- , ,11m Propntlot ail Ins compituors .n in. linn 1. in i'c no iiouiii mat sihUwin win ' liy a larijc majority 111 the AIIVANCK 1 grlrtrd at Iht uttnd rl.if mill tnalttr v - 1 :n i y-- V i .". N twigs' f wm -- aK af Drinhs,ff 20i it answers every beverage requirement vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. ticc.tusi lie tliil not ln'Kin to shell the the w ikk Is earlier in tlio filit," which n lliipkiiistillc kriitm-Mnu- , the hicciiiul district man My liawil, s.ud tho ttoodcliiick, ami away ho iliw. St.inlr has hirn away from for altnuit a 111 iluties at Washington speaking almost cvtry il.i anil imwinj; Ins s.it.irj all the tunc. I low much more shelling. U ion want, ohl friciul Wc siiKKCSt that the only sIicIIiiik" now neiiliil is for htm to "shell out" the piople's money he has drawn as sal.tf) while nmimif, around out tl.c state after totis. "If Stanlct f.uls to win, it will r'' Stunori a lie ai SILVKR LAKE ..ii.i.ilil ....I 1..- M. tlllll .HIS. IL.l.lll ,jii..i.ij 1.1 IIT 1I1. euisi 111 lr. Uscar hetiiuitls .iiiu family Sunday. tv. uum.ip Mr ami .irs lor ilmner Sunday. . 1. mil nessic nen, 01 mis jm.hi, Iihs bun unite ill, is said to be mi- - ... it Traveling Goods Ypu go to the station and every coach is full of people. You sit on your front porch and you see autos hurrying by in every direction, all full of people, all with traveling goods. At the station they roll off the handsome trunks, the passengers walk out with fine suit cases and new leather hand- IiWi u cmcr-tamt.- will satisfy you. Demand the genuine by full narae- Jlcknam encourage tutwtltution. THE ou tee an Arrow think l. of Coc-Co- COCA-COL- COMPANY ATLANTA, OA. A 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. W I 1A IC Cream Freezers Picks Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Shavers Phone 54. on Beckham Jtioge Mail U Uonirt, one ol l.uiiis- miics ablest lawyers and Iculing dem- ncrats, gate to a l.ouisille paper S.tN tinlat murium: the lulluttinv. ttals.1111.111 . settinj; turllt nt j reasuii wlij tin. Dem ocrats ol Kinttuk) .mil I.ountilit. nhuiild ejst their totis lor Mr. J. C. V Hccklum lor the Democratic nomination lor L luted Males Mutator. "J cannot bring iiomU to lelicc dwn tur a.t instant that ociata .inn who liae ngard lor urdt-n.- ir dcciiuy in public ailair, or in public orK.ima.ioii or discipline, will lit the opiortuntt pass innmpruveil itlr.ch the coiuiiiK primary alforiK, 10 mi the seal of then condemnation mi the perfidj h) which Got. Ucckliam was depmed of the Sctiatorship six regulai-ihating tiari ago, after the oflicelien the part)y h) numtnated for ercd. lie had so faithfully "It will, 1 am confidint, ncter he said of the gnat body of Kentucky Democrats that the) condoned fraud or triai hcrv b) ntglecting the opportunity ot silting the seal of their condemnation iikiii it whin the opportunity ofthan by the fer.. 1. In no other wa nomination of Cot Heckh.tm is it to effectual!) wii.e out the tain on the fair name of Kentucky, which the ctitinracj h) whicn Ins defeat was acciimplislieil placed upon it. l'art party organization, party discipline and public decenc), alike demand Got lleckham's uoiniuatiou and Thus, and thus only, csm election. the wrong done to him and to the dm-crat- u party of kuittickt in his person be lighted. Got. lleckham's Hlitical enemies the hopelessness and despi ration of thiir opiNiittinn to his nomination b) the absurdly false charges they h.ic made against him. No slander tli.it can he thought of appears too dr spuablc in their ejes, if only it can be used to delude or tkceitr. Got. Ilicklum descrvts will of his He was called to the chair of the Chief Kccutic of the Comntnmtcattli when the tatc was in a condi'ion hordering upon anarchv Violence and bloodshed were atcrttd by the cool sense, admirable judgment h and domnitahle courage which he. ugh then a very tntinjr nnn, hroucht dischage of his duties as Gotcr- to the He merits the honor he is now nor cikmg. He has a double claim upon it first, because he is eminently tit ted for the office, second, because, all nen know, bv the most unblushing treachery he was deprived of the office six years ago. alter having won oy ov erwhehuing otr the nam's nomina tion. His nomination now is due alike to him and the democratic party. Its lc dis-clo- -c fillow-citizins. al-t- Judge O'Dohetty I hi stork, tisiteii .Mr. anu .tirs. vnc.tr 'Mil. ami lilt them a l.'rvinil.l. lnl biiiutiliil littli ilHtiglitir. I luisi on tiit. sick iit an as Mr t. M. listen, Mr. W. K. Keynold. Mrs It. I. tjreir, Mr. C A. Mi.ith, and little Carl lirutir listi. L ncli Hun" our jovial mail i.irrur . 11.. ., v v .. I 1.. ...lotinliln ..111; ,tr.. fllM iltti.il. ,111.1 Ills VSIIIII.ll'lV iiiv ...v.. of her sister, Mrs. Lucy Key nobis on saitirnay nigm. Kit. Jones . .en his appomtniint at rill' cr Lake Sunday aftetnovn. Mrs Ntllie Dimlap and little son, IV III I Vll t ji 1111 II iri lllt tg,tx-l(tl lit Mrii t nil M lrr.lt Jt iiuv inv II Ltfttra t. lulilrrst Thursday. Those who attended vliurch at from Silver Lake Sunday, were Mi Waltir and ldward listet, Mr. S J. Childress and Mr. and Mrs E. V. I)m. lap and little sou. Tim flnmlll 1l.i In firi.Liti nmt ill. Way-nesliu11 piotiug. bags. And we often judge the travelers by their luggage. What kind is yours old and rusty? new; locks and straps bright and Our clean; Childress was the guest ot Airs. N'cllie Dimlap Sunday night Mr. lorn Hell, of this place is tisit- niR Ins old home in Woodford county Mr and Mr. James ficncdict.' of Danville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Kllis. Mrs. 011 A. Iillis is the guest of her brother. Ucv, It on Allen and Mrs. i.t Kingswood. Mis Lena Keynierson returned honu s' last weik from a visit to Missis Louis and Miguie Lie Hislc, at Ixiclmiond. Mrs. H V. Kcul and little daughters, Msses l'.llutr, l.uclc and Celeste, of Dant lie, returned home last weik after a visit to friends ami relatives hire Mr. Kllis, of Somerset, drove over in his machine Sunday and was accompanied home by Mrs Mils and the du'drcu who hate bieu the guests of relatives here. Miss Mary Leach, of Kingswood, is visiting Miss Annie May. Miss Christine Lair, of Hiistonvilli was the guest of Mr and Mrs. II C I'etton last wuk. I)r (uorge Wash, of Gibson City III., returned home last wuk. after a short stav with his hrolher, Mr. Wal l.ice Sttcle, iputc ill On Wulncsdat, July 15th, Mrs Ida (arrison dud at her home niar hen after a long sickness of tuberculo-i- s rhe remains were laid to rest tin family lot of the beautiful nlinci ce'iKtcn, near Diinntillr Two sons and ore daughter are left bilnnd and ti whom we extend our sympathy in tin hour of sorrow. Mr I I' lstott is sinnuslv ill Mr fn nds n inctnt Peyton d Liberty last itcik. Mr Wm Mills remains vert low Mr Will Ketnierson, of Dint tile spent a few days this wuk with his par-n- ts here. Steral bridges have been repaired and gratel has been put on the wors 1 Al-litwo-wicks 111 " iii'is are innii Miss Fdtia I....I iininiiiK jiriMinsiug. $3.50; Suit Cases Sole are Trunks frombran at any price $5.00 to $12.50. Paper ones ELLISBURG These goods you can travel with, and people will see your baggage before they see you. You will be proud to carry our luggage. Leather$5.oo to $i5'00. at$i; Fiber ones at' $1.50 to H. J. McROBERTS Christianity in Fly Time A FARMER came to the pastor ot his conurcnation and asked that his name be taken olf the church hooks. "What is the trouble, Brother Jones?" asked the pastor. "I supposed you wertj a faithful follower of the Lamb." "Well, (sorter believed that myself, but there is just no use talkin', a man can't serve the Lord when he has to milk four cows in fly time. After the first heavy trust I'll try this church business again, but just now f either have to sell the cows, give up the church or be a d timed hypocrite." No nrrd lot llroditr Jonri quitting hu church 01 irlling hit Vnny Kai pnl ihr 25r cn of milr Ju.l go rht tftlo hit drug ilorr and Irll nim to prt )ou uVc it homr, uk it durclrd on ihr lalxl, ami )ou can mill Jiiur cow in peace ami happinrit flic unrn ol.irrt on our ro.nl. within tl last few days. It wasn't done any too soon. Wr predict that the Hon J C W Hccklum will poll a great majority of the Dunocratic totes in lasey ocimlt He in "Saturday's srtiatort.il t tectum 'i.n the unite support of the Democracy of this section M'r Claude tlarkson. of ts he guest of 'elatites here Mr Clat Bottom, of lunctinn a tisitor lure first nf the weik 1 City-wa- s $1,000 REWARD will not do as represented. It has cutea hundteds and thousands of aches ana neuralgia, pains such as rheumatism, kidney trouble, sick headache. RecomOOOOOO OO OOOOOOO mended by 11 prominent practicing phyOTICt-5 per cent penalty & &. guaranteed by "8. added to school tax. ugust 15. &- - sicians. Sold and . 1914 I. R Hughes. Treat. d . 58-t- I Uth, will be paid to any one who can prove Krsso Dip. Penny's Dru( Store, Stanford, Ky. hrtt . roi that Indian New Discovery "Honor Roll Bank" Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 Member of Cleveland Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, District No. 4 Member of American Bankers Association. Member of Kentucky Bankers' Association. National Bank No. 5132. Depository for Postal Savings No. 31 14. Transit No. 73-235. OOOOOOO OO 0005JOO COUNTY. Shugars' Drug Store PRICE 50c and $1.00. TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Our Bargain Counter loaded with Bargains in Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords. is Mam"" &&&&" wfm KvViVk aMHbIbbKS' W bbbbbK iiiiHrf''BBElk tmm mWm W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. I m Ik ;:i&ir Cw if Mrs h J liodl.t and son. Hither nate returned Iroiu t. .ic county, whir they had bttii tisitmg rilatites, Kit. llrock fills tl his regular appoint ment at Liberty church mar this pit i Saturday -- nil Sunday who has had ty Miss ISirlha .ihoid fiter is up and about again of mar Stniiir Mrs John .tas in this vicitutt on last S .lur.l.i .isiting the merchants in the mttrca t I II liaiighitian Co, flour mill Tin rectnt showits hate impr i" crops wonderfully Mrs Luir Isaacs, wife of Dr ( Isaacs of Wooditock. died on last M"it day .nii'ht of a complication ot disea-- c i "she will be liadlt missed in her lu.mt mil by all who know hir She was a Christian woman and has no d ''il.t gone to her reward in beaten The be rcated hate the sympathy of tin m 'iro community. Our .Sunday at Liberty ts pn giess.ng tery nicely. I tcrylnidy is in ittd to attiud WHEELDON'S STORE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ("d, cK"r Auction Sale of House and Lot ON EAST MAIN STREET ch-w- Monday, Aug. 10. court day, 2 P.M. As agent for the owners, I will sell in front of the court house on Monday, August 10th, 1914, at 2 o'clock P. M., to the highest bidder, the house and lot on East Main street known as the Pennington place. This is a modern eight-roohouse with all conveniences, such as electric lights, bath room, two large cellars, and a fine cistern at the kitchen door. The lot fronts on the south side of the street and extends to the creek. All necessary outbuildings. Concrete walk in front and up to the frontdoor. Splendidgarden.Terms made known on day of sale. For further particulars, apply to m TO MAMMOTH August BBBBSSbV CAVE Last Great BBBM-v",- .BBB 1914 The Reduction It 2 BANK WITH AN OLD AND SUCCESSFUL BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SSBIBflBlBfi sHH 999m99t tC 99999999999999999M it.uimi trip railroad fare ft .15 Hoard the scteral at Cave Hotel including routes in tin Cue for $5 50 Making total cost for two days' trip $"Jh5. go mg mi regular nurning trains 4 M0 M Limit on tickets 10 days. Wr'te oi 5')-photic L & N , Agent. ii tiotlur g,od rain lias come, w'tirl, u is nit ded tt y badly Miss Martha MiIhiII is tery low with Smitlkrii, Chas Doolut and Mini, tcrc m Somerset luis a i n business Sirging is progressing nietly at I's isburg tacit Mtunlay niulit Next Sal iug it day tlitre will be a tiachrrt' I teryboily mg mtilid lo come am ' ring somithitig good to tat T Mini and wife visited at W . Iluiilriik's Sunday, Walter Todd is tifciting hit father ictory in law, Mr Farmer near Mt W Kittliii and wife, are rejoicing iter a fine hoy W. T. Deatlierage and tamily, at 'ended church at Hand Dell, .Sunday Seteral from mis place attended tin ritual at L'nion .Sunday Ktv llnli-barof Stan foul is the minister Wt think he is a fine sptaker Wjll Vajiriry low a where lie will spiml a month at work ). C Whuhlon is helping A J I'ayne with his wheat thresmr. Mr M (i. Higgitis, of 1'ulaski, gate V T Allin a pliasant call Mondat A robber visited Mrs. Nettie Mercer's meat house, and took a. nice side of meat. We are sorry to hear of the death of Mrs, Lizzie Isaac, of Woodstock. The rilatites and friends hate our heartfelt sympathy in their sadness. May wc all he tircpmd to mtet her where sad good byes are ncter said, and are no more. She was a notable Christian character. M I ETNA pin.il troiililt I t It Is Seeking Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I T. W. PENNINGTON, Agent. GOVERNOR JAMES B. M'CREARY. ln Oil Cook Stoves A New WICKLESS OIL COOK STOVE that Anybody Can Work. You Never Heard of An Accident from this Stove. Look at the records and you will find that oil stove accidents have been from the wick stoves. TRY ONE. W. H. Higgins I represent the made-to-ord- TO THE PUBLIC ir largest and best clothing house in this counManufacturer try hd V Price & Co.. Chicago. Ill, My experience in measuring and diand Dealer in recting the making of your clothes, give mc the advantage over one who Hifk-CIa- ss will is not a practical tailor. If you gic mc Nour order I will promise you Ordinal DciIeb and Prompt Scrvic a Jeal. Guaranteed Quality Connection! at all of square money, You will get the worth your either in the cheaper Granite and Matble Quarriea. My spring eradts Office and Works on Cemetery Hill line of or the .uglier priced. samples arc now ready for your Cloied on Saturdays Call and let me thow you, inspection TeJephose No. 164. H. C. RUPLEY, Tn Practical Tailor. STANFORD, XT. HARRY JACOBS Miiweits In view of the mar approach of tilt primary election, 1 dtsire to say a word in bihalf of the candidacy of tin Honorable lames II. McLreary as the Democratic nomiiiie for United States senator It is coiictded by all that if selected is the standard hearer that his election Whether lhl nt N'otember u assured is Hue of either of his oppontntt. m lit no means irrta"itr, The Dunocratlc majority 111 the S'uiate is now t(R small fie comfort and it does not behoote Kentucky to take anv chances on reducing that small majority, He is and has alwats been a faith, fill and efficient public nervant. Doth tho state and nation are indebted to legislation him for much beneficial llts moral character is of the highest order Though his official record extends through, many years, the searchlight ol hostile criticism has not the slightest flaw in his armor He is a comirtJtite man, which is the kind of man sadly nculed The one grett fault with the Democratic leaders is their inability to do team work riict are strong indications now of dissension in the Senate and these can only lead to disaster. Gov McCnary in any assembly is like oil on troubled waters He has had experience. One of the unwritten laws of the Senate Is that a rcn member must take a hack seat Suiatorial heard is grown, Mel retry could immidiately .ake a It ailing hand in the business nf thai body, n observant foreigner has said of the Senate that when a man is suit there from the Xorth and lutst and e proves worthy, that he has a job, but in the West a man is turned fitted out alKitn. jhe. lime Jie is. uroju-xltor the position, and for this reason the first named sictions hive so much more weight in the acts ol that hodv Hut, it is said that he 11 too old Tin fact is that (iov. McCreary has the physical and intellectual vigor of the ateragr man of 60 tears. Many of tin1 ahleit and most effective men in the Senate are older than he Diring his temper-nic- e whole life he has practiced and moderation in all things, with the re.ull that his faculties arc utiiin. paired. There was never n more faithful or consciintious public official or one who devoted more labor to the public or nritate interests of his constittieiU If cterv man in Lincoln county for whom he has rendered efficUnt sen rc in the past would now atail himself of the tirewnt opportunity to pay the dibt 01 gratitude, his majority in this county woulu In overwhelming, as it ought to he A IOYAI DFMOCHVT (adv) AND I'JUVATI- C1T1PN 'mil nit dot 1 For This Hot Weather Go to Cummins for your lifi-tim- Light Weight Underwear, Shirts, Straw Hats. A full line of WHITE PUMPS for Ladies and Children. Entire line of Clothing at cost. i stiff-rin- Jre am! w toiesome action in every Jose of Fole Cathartic Tali- lets. (They cltane with never a gripe pain. Chronic cases of constipation or Stout people are find them invaluable relieved of that bloated, conccfRd feeling, to uncomfortable especially in They keep your liver hot wtather mere A Perfect Catbattic J. F. Cummins THfc INTO YmiR suqes llic antiseptic It relieve painful, mnarliiift icn- tlrr. nrriiin .in. I iiiii.ni,i.. lilt Slillg oil! of C ittl and hutlloi .' lis Hie greatest ci.inl..rt dicnvery of me age root I ,ic m.ikei .uicn light or new hoc fori cay. It i a certain relief for swelling, callous. iwoncn, wen, aciiing lect. Alw.iv use it 10 break in tiuv hoe Try it tuil.iv ' Soiil everywhere. 2S tint Ibm't ;u cepi .my mhimiiiiic. rnr I'Klf ln.il package aildre Allen S IJIimlul . t INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KKNTUCKY FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. SHAKE 3 Allen's l'ootliac, ii I I ! ly. Mi N- - V. rnnr.oNAi. Martha uj i social The Great Knights of Pythias Fair STANFORD, 3rd ANNUAL August KENTUCKY EXHIBITION. 19-2Q-2- 1 Mile. the gue' i,f Murgarit (Jversttut at l'.irk-vi- l' .Mi ,lis Mary Ilurihitc i tin gum i, MlfH dura I oilier at Lr.il Urilurd Ijirr.uiic Totim, ul I.iUuimii, is Mi idling her istcr. Mr. Walter Join- lleverlc) limit was in l.uuiivillc, th. wnk with In wile and baby. Mrs. V. S. I'ili u tin- guest of Mr nnil .Mr. W. C Fih at Paint l.ick Mr. ami Mr. I. I). I.tuiingiuti, llcv rrley Hunt anil Mhs irn.i bout motor-K- l to Louisville Wednesday. Mr. J. II. Ilaughm.iu lias been ill fin several ila ai 'i'r ltonii mar O.ui K.incy $1,000 Saddle Stake Colt Futurity $75 Yearling Stake Reduced Rates On All Railroads; One Fare. Plus 25c, For The Round Trip $500 Harness Stake 1 OO $ RHEUMATISM ARRESTED 26 Pens Ky. Red Berkshires Grand Poultry Show Magnificent Floral Hall Fine Jersey Cattle Show Minute" To See Thai A GOOD TIME. Loyal nnrt Snthusiactic Kay 150 Caps, Pea's, the job every all wearing "On White -- YOU HAVE For Catalogue, or any information, address, ficrtrmle Uilkiusou I ii'!iik Willie WilkiiiMiu at l.anciter Mm ntile Alilmk M nemluiL! ev er.il ila). at Crah (Jrchanl. Mr. W. A. Carnn ami little ilaittihlcr iiiielle, are at home after !h'1iIiiik e.eral week in I.anc:iter. Mi l.liraheth titntry. of Mt. Vir 11011, ha returned home after a iU u Dr. ami Mr K. J. Hrown. Dr. D. II. Southanl ami little sou, Kirhari, went tu Mt. Vernon Wcilucj Ml M'-- W. P. KINCAID, Secretary, Stanford, Kentucky. I Ttiliiitr at McKiutuv Mis Jennie Duncan, nf l.ancatcr. Ii.il returned home after a slmtt ! to llir istir Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Mm. Hil Italian! ami children went to KiVlimoml Thursday In visit relatives ami friiml. Mi Sallie Ilunlette i at home after i.iiiliug eeral wuk at the at Uichinoml. Mm. J. W. Cochran ami Mr Sarah Ji.ivlnu. of .McKmuey, were here Wednesday. C II. Uiat, of St Croix. 1ml. ha visiting In ilaitKhter, Mr. J. J. Carter at Highland. Mis l'l)Kiv C.iltinl.ir. of llcndvron i the guest of her tter, Mr Harry Jacobs. Mr. lid l.cvw. of ,ate Center. k.is. y if the Runt of her father. J. I. t Mt Salem. I'.il Wilkinson Mr. and daughter, Mlt Miihel, are vmtiiig relative ami frimtls at Ilurgin. Mie Dora ami Minnie Strand, ill;.. Mothe Johnson ami Mm M.irgar-t- t Davison motoreil tu IranWlori Fn- - rr Mr. s. V vilt: to K. hliugai is at home af iscr iirniint, Mr, l.um News of the Churches Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ri'ih or With I.IWAI, tin- ! Mr.. Harry Mi DmlileraT left Thtir.lay for Huliiftx, N'ova Scotia. He will vi.il tilace of mlrril while gm- - It oiher will tnke him alnil thirty iby to nuke '.bit trip. .Mr. ami Mm Shank, of CoiluniHik. Citi . who hate )ern tititmK .Mr, hirti Ikxirtie at .New Cattle, here loHa to Ite thr Kmt nf relative Thev were aoeomjnitiiel liv I .nu ShanU Margirrl ami li Mr. FhaMk. who have hern there. I. vtJtol Jlr. 'Iliurlay. I'. I'toU ami rhihlren am Colleiuler. of llfnm-rvm- . W I' I ihiiiKtou at More-lam- l laco4i Tlt-wi- um-ln- ei STOMACH SUII I Ul KM BIAtl THIS So inany loiu.ich uffcrers have hern lcnrnlel h) a .uiiilc recritmn of which rnreil a Chiraxo luu ami iiilrstin.il trouhle of year' itamlmi; that we want you Mircly to try thin tcmeily. It i known a Mar' Wf'mlcrfiil Slom ach Kernel!)One iloc will convince you. It luiially Rive womlcrful relief within 24 hour even in the inott itiiMxirn cae. Mar' A'oiulerful Stomach Hcmeily i$ now solil hrrc by ilriiKKUl of chronic HuiiUih, xrKdahle oil Penny's Diuc Store And Druggists eiywhete Ev The pmti.irleil imitini; -- I .Mtiitiiv.-litiri" pri'KreuiK tucel), Ke. Mad Many peopl suflcr the torture of lame muscle anil rtifTcneil joint because dux, 'if Hulnmillf, t doiiK the preacli-mof itnpuritie in the hlootl, ami each mio Service at the l!aptit church Sun ceeiling attack neern more acute until rhsiiMiHti'Miili.i invaded Uirwliolr system. day uwrmtiK .'it follow.: Suuda) chnol To arrest rheumatism it Is quite ns im- at V.MI, pri'.iclntiis' fl II a. in., and 7.45 P M, iiiortiniK siil.jict "Christ dreatei portant toimprove jourReneral to purify your lilood.mid the coil liver oil 'llinii the (.liurch" Malt llveninK llbecl 'The Straight Ciate Mnn 7 I i while it medicinal nourishment and 4. ilay. rtreiiKthen. the orRan to expel the The protracted mcctim.' at (iosben Mi ( linM'tii I'hurch enntium. with l.iccie llearlev returtieil here impurities and upbuild your strength. hcott's KmuNiou i helping thousands Weihieia afur a iit to her Mler. mil rest. Tin re have been .12 addievrry day wIki could not find other relief. tion up till Friday. .51 of them by priMr. P C. Samliiluc at .Mi!lcilKrille Refuse the alcoholic substitutes. mary i beilietice Mectint; will continue Mr. J II. William .iinl.hiiHit..,,. ,ii Norma, Tenn. are iitini! her father I over Sunday niuht. I. Mi imiiih-.vPhi Imptistnal service of the (,nli. ami other relative al Mt HEARD AliOUT TOWN . Salem. en will take place Sunday II. C LiConipte. iml clnhlrrii. Mr. at 5 o'clock at Dmlderar' Constable Jeny M. llrawuer, of of i'rankforl. ami Mr. Mill. m lluuti anil ha been laid up for somt tune Uev. P. I., lirure will jirencli att the lillli ilauahter. Sarah, are the KtieM of with a bud att ick of Ulli;. Presbyterian .hurcli at Hustonville on '.Mr. ami Mr I'.ilpar Keyuohls at Mc- Kinnrv Suiiila). ui. 2. It. M. Ilouchiii ami family have movI .1. W II. William ami chihlri.ii. of I.ol.er. of Austin, Tex., m.ik-iiied Uick to h.lixir Sirinm and will take the town of Kentucky, ilelivertui.' Nirma. Tenn. ami Mi N'.imi'i MrUui-ih- ; I ItMtonvillc uet all unimer. Tin I a ileliuht- - on "Soe'al K'efonn" will preach at the . of near were uuet ful summer resort and umny St.iiifnpl Christian Sunday church of Mr ami Mm. J C. K'exuoM ae mere now. I Sunday, Mr' atiH Mr WVi. II Si.iitherlai l, l the Prrsbteriau church lof I a rriireltiru. ami Mr. aul Mr. "' - erie.s a follows. Snnd.iv flic I'mfonn Uark nf the colored I .la II S,nle ami ilaiiiihter. of liar i iilwlil- - o: I'MhlM Hail a Iiik encilllp-i.'en- l sciiimi w..m. Ainrninu wnrsiup ii ociock ' rixl.l.urH. were visitor of Ke C. T sermon b Rev W. II. Hopper, of a t'nvi iKton 'hi wwk. and I ll members of the church Clauneh ami lamily, of ilt'Ull.lMirn l,tt o' the heal c npany attended, and lliirnide sttrlav . had a Ihk t.iiie. imnii' therr wen' IC and ulhcr attvudaiits are urir,ril to be M- W M. Mver. ami! II l; .inner. Wm lluckurr. Jinn Far- prenl The Mission Hand will meet Jii.le ami son-- , rarli.lt anil Hikuiuii. of I In mer wiiri-- r lliiiuin. jr.. Cito Sinner it 2 o'clock. The Itrntlicrhnnd at .? o'ViKini: People' Minting at 7 o'were Iwre Moniliv the aucsit and Will Love. clock. toitillr Inf'Mr ami Mr II W Phillip Mie clock. "The Cniraiie 'ete." i service will be held in The I'tne ami fira.v of Melx'miev. ! llartv l.ienli. the monument man, rout ot tne corn House at it Hie wire here firt of the wek xnitinp hl Mr. M. A. Hail, a Lit ko. finr their iter. Meilame V. T Mlr.i. O mered and ear uitible. Granite I weather id (' Dillioti ami lr O ll.irxer Ca-- c moiiuinent lln week I be erected in Sun lav Srh.s,l ,t ') W ami Preieh-i- " Count N'ew at 10 45 at the Methodist ehurc'i lot Mr ami Mr I). W Malum Mie (iohn cemeterx mi the Yauuhau fi Sumlay morninp fnr Mr Hail' father ami lumber, I halieih ami Doroth Mahan an-- l K. and M. A. Vauultn. The moumnent M.'Mer Cicorne Mahan. POLLY AWN moto'fil will w over 8.IXX) xumls and add As it has been ninr time since I have from Daimlle Salunlay to he the Ktiet to the tilth beaut) of Cioshcn cemetery. Dorothv of Mis Sarah Mahan. Mi eeii any new from this part n tliouitht 'vnubl write a few lines Mahan will I the rucM of Mi Mahan HANK STOCK FOR SALE We bad a fine f.ir otnr time ami the ret of the ir-there on Sundav Dr C F Cre-- 1 nftenniin. F.e' thine i lookinc fine rrttirnei Sunilav Virginia ' Mr Crecliu. Mi feliu administrator of the estate of T. thi ntorninc. The farmer are busy pln mr in buckwheat,. Mi Maoil Anpleirnte, of j Mitrphy. iltceaseil, will on Th Flovd bov started out with the h'aliiiouth ami Mr Carl Crecrliu mo-- 1 Saturday, Aug. 22 1914, ' hav r last week. inrril to l.nuivillf Sturilv Dr II H l f W Mow son b? hi store of New in front of the People' Hank of Shacklctt anil Mr. Shacklett, offer for sale fic (5 lme !inu ami siitt'n a craiihophonc to Vlunv. will re'uru with them- .- Frank of slock in aid People' Hank of 'in ii customer, rr tate lotirnal. John It. tonville. for cash in hand tr T'lcvelqiiil I'to-i- l tiMik a wacoti ilmr of the estate of T. Inwl .f it'ime fron ur- - K'cvniersnn. o tbe cnmti 0OOD picture tnniclit anil rtl ul. F Murpliv t'v- - I nn.f .rtl six mile niitht at the opera houe. Itire'ir .' 1 ilen-did . L' Weil-pcmIh- '''iiii AI'ft.lC.VTIOXS. thfT eanixit nf tin-- iIUpum. Catarrh I a blood ei.iilUntl.nal tllavaiu--, ami tu vnh-- tn curp It J on inu-- t laLe Internal rrainllra. tlall'a lalarrb Cuit l lakpn Intrrnall, ami art illnitl; Hip IIohI ami tirlati'. Haifa Catarrh Curi la n.it a innik mntlclnp. II na lJ.)l.l.u. lu llila If otx- - of tlip la a ri'ittitar iirprrlptln'. nmnlr lor par and It I roniioipi nf thp lpit tonlra liMiwn, ff.m. llm-- l lth thp l- -t t)lyl niirlitprs. actlnir dl-- 1 fpcllf oa tlip miKsrtw tnrfaprs. Thp i ""H'lroon or llp two liiffrpdlpnla la what aur), M.Tfiil rpuilta In rurliiK ratarrb. fn-p- . Bind for r. J. CIIKXKV & CO.. Proi., Toledo. O. f1.l )j ITiiceIsI". prlrp 75e. Take 11.11' I'nmllj I'll) (or cositlpatlon. Pay your $ I and get on the honor roll J Un lrt Cyclone on Prices and Last Sweeping Prices on Low Cuts As we have to make room for Fall Shoes $3.50 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 and and and and $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.75 Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' and Gents' and Gents' and Gents' and Gents' now at now at now at now at ('"i I ev-i- nl south of here. They all report a nice time. Mr. " 1 Floyd and son, and I.ce ndtiw' Tioiv rnwhridnc and Mr, limine and little daughter, Lillian, wen tin welcome uuest Saturctav ninlit and Floyd. Mi Su.iday. of Mr. Susan Mary S Floyu. s,uit the day vith,.Mr 'allie h'stes. Iat Sunday and reported a nice time. Mr. Will Puniphrcy ami family visited hi sister. Mr.l.". C. F.stc Sunday and attcndeil the sinKi'ili: at roily Ann. Mr Ambrose Williams ami Robert 'ini'lt'lon, of F.IIisim, wire calbm; op ll'.eir L'irl Sunday afternoon near here Mr. Crit Floyd and siMcr visitcil then imc!i'. I.ilburn Flovd anil .randmother the other day on Dick' river, mar Hub. 1.1c, and were proud to find their jut ' jrandmother bcttir. She is S.? ear-o- l I $2.65 $1.85 $1.39 $1.19 A full line of Misses' and Little Gent's Oxfords and Sandals, in all leathers, we will now sell to clean up. A big assortment to select from and of the best makes. Such prices you have never heard of before. Call .and see these bargains as they won't last lone. I. i Mr. and Mrs. Fverett are re joiemjf over a fine Kirl at their hume lte . hTI-nl- ntit-i'iH- d j 1 v Cr-eiJ- 1 cn-t- er ' u- b-- hit, While Attending The Blue Grass Fair, Look in at Graves, Cox & Co.'s BIG DISCOUNT SALE OF Men's and Boys' Clothing Furnishings, Straw Hats, etc. Is Attracting Hundreds of Economical Buyers MT. MORIAH On account of the rain, there was iv prayer meetmt; Sunday I.io I.oni; is visiting Ins parents herr Mrs. Johnson Vounj.'. of l.auc.iMC! is with relatives here. Charley lloone, of Somerset, was tit well; end nm'st of his parents. Mr, and Mrs. James limine. Mrs. .Sallie Ciourley has rcturnc ti Kubank. alter a pleasant visit with re latives here. Miss Hatlie JenkiiH is the (,'iiest ol her sister at Junction City. Mr. Wriiiht and Kssie 'toow in tin la't excursion to the Kueen Citv. Mrs. K. J. Mills Viuitiu. wlio was thrown from her luiKuy in a acident in New Mexico, we are slai! to say, is improvini; nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hutchion. who have been visitinvr Mrs. O. d Speake. went to Stanford today ti spend a few diys with tier brothers Messrs. Frank and Will l.iini befnrr thetr departure for their home in Covington. Otto Vouiik had the misfortune ti rim aitainst a clothes line, where tin wires jomeil tojcther, and a sharp point ntiieiraled one nf his eye. It i ti In li'pul. that it will not' rauc him 'hi los of the sinht of his eye. K' 1. lohnson and wife, Messrs. John son I Indue and Fvans. went on the to Cincinnati Sunilav. Mrs. Will Hester and Mrs. I. din Faulkner spent Saturday with Mrs. F II. Hatfield. Aunt l.izie Rastin i very sick. Ilirim Voun is teachliiK a sinRinj.' school on fireen rivei. Miss I.iUie Mfte Warfield is horn frnni Louisville. Mr. Mien IH.itt ha returned to he home at Kes. Viola will remain am attend scboole here. Wheat has all been threshed in thi' vicinity. Most of the farmers have stored same on account of the low price at present. Ue Vanhnok. of Lancaster. Snnd.iv cd with homefnlk. Mrs, Joe (ieikey ha been on the sick nif-lit1 run-awa- v Robinson's .WlaflHaaaa9HEai2aEaZallllMaia3iIBBBBBaCLf n itij If your pocket-boo- k could talk it iii would recommend the Ford. The man who obeys the voice of economy invests his dollars in the Universal car. He knows it serves his every purpose best and at lowest cost. iuy yours today. EMI $500 is the price the touring Detroit, complete Get catalog and of the Ford car is $550, f.o.b. with equiptrent. particulars from un-abo- McCARTY & ANDERSON, Agents for Lincoln and Casey Counties. I! LL Go To ltt. ach. Furred tonsue and indigestion mean liver ami bowel clogged. Clean up Get a 25c bottle of Dr King's New Life Pill lodav and emp!. the stomach and Ixiwels of fermenting gassy food snd waste. full ln.wi! movement gives a satisfied, thankfu' feeling--mak- e you ftel fne Fffccrive yet mild. Don't gtipe. 3?e it voir druggist llucklen's Arnica Salvt U burns. Sickjieailachc, bad breath. nnr You're Bilious ai.d Costivi rom T. D. Newland's Opposite Court House For Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Window Screens and Screen Doors. HERE IS WHAT The People's What YOU WANT Send for Big Sale Circular Today-- a Postal Brings It Mail Orders Filled Same Day as Received. We Pay the Charges. Market Place Advet-tuYou Have to Sell & Broiulev, Insure vour uronerfv vW'h Bromley Stanford. Kv. ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY the one place you will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. is Wetltllnn presents ai Mueller's lew. elrv store. AI 1. persons having claims against the estate of J. W. Alcorn, dicc.iscd, will please present them to me, properly VI rifled as reouired In l.iw uml ill owing said estate wil please settle with ire, on or hefoie Attgiitt IS, t.ext. K. S Alcorn, Kxccutor of the will of 1. v Alcorn, deceased. 5,8-- 3 LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CUMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING GOLF w. Graves, Cox & Co., LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY J2 Lincoln (.oiler .No. 60 K. m A. it., tnrrta in lalcil touiniuQiratloD on men firat and third Midair Dlghti ul rach ujouih i 7 u'clurW li Ihrir nail on Main mm, Wau'.rL Kj. iliji bri ol aisttr ludr W. Inlrriikll) itmird to t prrsrnl. KKI,M, hW'r, Masons' Meetino OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Hendrrionville, Waynetvlllo, Hot Spring, Breyard, Saluda. Flat Rock take Tozaway Tjrroo, man wants luis.tlon as sales-.ti.itore Some Keference as to honesty and industry .Vot a user of Imoie or to bacco in any form, address, Care of Inin general countrv Sl'l'l) 'M' terior Journal. 11 not sold nrivatelv before that time two shares of stock in the State Hank & Trust Company will be sold publicly in front of the court house at P M. w ust IO1I1, county curt day 3 SOUTHERN OPRAILWAY CARRIER THE SOUTH PREMIER Far fufOW Infotaaaliea ua local or aJifcam. B. H. Todd, D. P. A. UuUvUla, Ky. aat. i 61-- . A ' ar k. , iii LMMMt irf- - h., ;ds-.i3- yp . ffc4 ss- - fcv wtw'sy i( THE INTERIOR JOURNAL FARM AND STOCK STANFORD, KENTUCKY1 FRIDAY, JULY 3!, 1914. NEWS ol-l- CANI.OAI) of Mountain ewes for 1 Tucker, Maiilonl. FOR SALE Some Sontlulown male 59-fhtcii. II (t (rover, Stanford. VOl SAI.K. 78 acres, near Crali Orchard, ami near Uttcnlicim jiiKr, by 5J-I- I V. H. Mueller. n I'OU S I.H A few choice Iiucks. Richard Colli, Jr., ric 4 ! miili-tlowLJail-ill- FRIENDS of BECKHAM Don't Forget to Vote Saturday. He is a Sure Winner if His Friends Take the Time to Go to the Polls. He stands for things in public life that Lincoln County overwhelmingly believes in. He is the ablest, the cleanest man in Kentucky politics in 25 years. By every consideration of right and decency, he ought to be nominated as our candidate for U. S. Senator. GO TO THE POLLS, SATURDAY, c. SAI.I Several milk cow; vmic with cahc and vinic n itliout. W. T. MiOirr, Shclli Ctt Kl Kj. . 5Mt. fruh Jcriey To Vote For Beckham For SAMPLE Democratic Ballot hinder twine Call on us C II. Carter and Son M'KXM'.l) OK STOLEN From ny pasture lir.ir Knoli Lick Mntinn a light red jiMrling steer. wiirIu almiit 7(KI ixiitnd- - and deliorniil. Keward for uWoriiution wmcli will tenet in ltl rr. (" McAfee-Shclhv Citv rurtTv liiinr plctc. liefore ou WE are now handling the well known Dieting Farm Implement. We have anjtlnng from repairs to a mowing machine to a tlirrsmns in.icinne com Senator Mark Your Ballot Like This JAMES A It cfcylMCIi FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR FOR THE FULL TERM MiCKIiNKY AIo hu. n ' , OO'-- J ' for, SOME extra unod Mountain tit) if sale. A. T .Ntinnelley. .MILL SI I HE FOR SALE- -1 laving n.otid j saw null to in) t.irm near Moreland, we will offer for ..ilc all, kitnU of hmilicr and mill stmt; alvi hae for ale a nice team of iuiir mules hrokeii. Jones Hauglriian, More-land. W)-t- f Ky. A. Ilradle, of DamUlc, inform the 1. J. that lie is in the market fur ic pr O STAN'I.IIV IIECKIIAM J. C. W .. FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR FOR THE UNEXPIRED TERM I) II SMITH 1. sornc winter cat;. W II nut r.11 K'unli Vn .VI sold a sow and four slioats to Walter Msrtiii for $18. J. T. CliaMvcn, of the Turncrv ille section, sum a can to waiter .w.inin for $15. W. A. SprageiK of Klliitnirg, sold a nice hunch of cattle to Mr. J. It. of lltitmillc at eeu cents per pound. W. S Ilejztc), of Lexington. old to ' Monte l'"ox, of D.inullc, agent for r- Farm Sale, Near Waynesbur, niour & Co . IN) fine export cattle, av-- ! j( Qf Rj X eragitiK 1,510 pounds per head. A. recJ. 11. Uaigh, an acute ciluin and ' ord price en S Mi 1 l cent. leading real estate man ut Wajucsburg, head, or a total of $2.5,782.50 was sold the Jefl UurlCMiti farm neai for the lot. Tic K. of I Fair Association, of Stan-lorto Mr (nffith from R.iwleigh, d A large ntimher of I.imhs were m.tdtirliittl) left out of their $1,(HX), and the L. U from Mt. Sterling last week h J count), . a., for catalogue o'ue ol the mo-- t iniHruiit to W. II I stock shows that will be Men at their L. Robhins, of ltourlion count), who (luoilt farm at WajncliurK county, purchased them some time ago at 7 I'alnimtuller irom Kauk'lgli fair, and lake this the only inrtliinl cents. They are weighing well and are V. a., for $2,500. 'lhe-- e are proims. oi telling their farmer friends una mi! men and will make mwid citizens in excellent shape and oendition. ilit general public. As follows: At Mavsille. l.it week. I. I) Wntl and add to the morals of the cilt of! Mr. Daigh is a liutliug Iti't Ituck lamb (ant breed) under "H..n S F Ktcil. A head of WajnesbtirR. sold to ti'ar old $J to first" $2 to Jnd. registered Shorthorn cattle, consisting real estate man and has been in the Dot lamb (ati) breed) under otu of 4 covs and 4 calves one jenrlinn business at Wa)iielmrg for several year old $J to first $2 to second, maje and 5 i earling heifers, at a fancy jear. '.est Ilttck (any breed l otcr 1 year old price. Mr. Reed will take the cattle to $3 to first $2 to second. his farm near Minerva. Death of Mrs. G. W. Isaacs 1'cM we (any breed) oter tear old At Winchester. Mondaj. W H W'lia-leHer man) fricncK oxer the county re. $.' to first $2 to second. of of Paris. Iiought l.OfU head of the death of Mrs. Special premium git in by (eo. I. I'm- sheep from different parties at prices fretted to learn ny, Stanford, Kt. Will be shown the ranging from S4(f to $4 70. 'Hie mule (., W. Isaacs, wife of Dr. Isaacs, the first day. market wn rather dull with price well known physician o? Woodstock, i She was a pleasant county. steady. Fixe or ix pairs were sold at prices ranging around $400. liut WX) woman ami will be mied and mourned GET TO THE CAUSE cattle were on the market, all of theni by all who knew her. The I. J.'s Etna being sold at prices ranging from $550 correspondent errneonlt stated !at People Are Learning the Way to $9.10. The market was rather dull. issue that she was ill with something Stanford like leprosy Dr Isaacs states that her Tin re is but little peace or comfirt death was directly to endocanditis witn Cincinnati Stock Markets complications Ilr Tsntrt ind his fam-i- for the man or woman with a bad back. 'l!it I Top cattle $7.oMi.S50, hogs $91b9 1, ite the st'mpath) of many friends ,ke.isdistress begins in carl) inornng up throughout the day It s hard sheep $4 65; lambs $8.358 40. n their bcrcatement. to get out of led. it's torture to stoop and .ir straightenbut Piasterscure if liniments I the cause cannot mat reliete, When suffering ts inidi- - the kidne)S Doau's Kidncv l'ills. thei tested c. use and proten kidney remedy, used in kidncv troubles for oter 50 tears. Doan's Burnfkidnct Pills are recommended by tbou-- i sands for hist such cases. Prtnif of their WPSU effectittness in the testimony of this . llon-aker. , IIENNI.IT JOIIN'SON H. YOUNCi AND TAKE YOUR FRIENDS. N GMMiN p -- pr Public Sale. public auction I 4 mile land, on lllistoiit ille pike, on Way-nesbu- rg Hating sold mt farm, Saturday, Aug. d, "1in-pe- J wc will sell at out i ot M ie 5 Per Cent farm loans $1,000 to .$200,000 6 Big Days and Nights BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON, (Incorporated) IS, 19M Ltt ui liiplon. It Coilt l oil Nothing 1 y, 1 rul-iski- l) MDrtuMtcre t . AN ever Warp, Crack, Rot.Curl or ukb rtooQ oningies - ffwTiP wood-shinR- the following dt scribed personal pro ptrty, consisting of lite stock, faun ing implements, housihohl ami kitchen furiiiturt, etc brood mare ami mule brood mare, in colt; i four-- ) ear-ol- d foil to saddle horse aged brood time, 1 sorrel mule, two-)cold dark bat mule, 1 tearlmg sorrel mute. jack with white three .tar-olpoints. J .short t earling steers, one short tcarling htifet, one Jcret cow and calf, .? Hereford ottts and caltes, J sons and pigs. Duroc Jersey loar spring tooth harrow. disc harrow. I McCormack mower. 1 horse wagon, I Dccring hinder. I Superior gram drill I spring wagon. buggy 1 cart. 2 plows, set buggt harness. 2 riding t.iildle. lady's saddle, wheat fan. cider mill. gasoline ccik stow I I hating stote wood cook stott. eight dining table. sewing machine. I kitchen safe. lok cae. I old sttlc corner bracket, bedstead chairs, dishes, and all kinds of household and kitchen furniture too tint mu to mention. TFRMS of sale $31 and under, rash Ml ales oter $21), ninctv days, securi-tbt negotiable note with interest at 6 pet cent. Sale begins promptly at 10 1 hl 1 1 1 d 1 1 1 1 1 two-hor1 1 1 1 1 1 We Save You Money W. KING & SON Qieaptklr and Sliolt 5tl. KENTUCKY AUGUST 3 TO 8, 1914 Lexington, Kentucky b.i.nj that is frit to all. In addition to this we li.a c anc alii r ttituiu our grote tha will sertt llit piupk in untolii lliisc wills wiic dug dur ii'.i:ililK- ing tin drust wcalhir and water was It ii. .d in such iiiKintitiis it was a iliffi-- t mt m.ittir to git the tiling in. owing to the rapid tlou irom the stuaui, he.ui watir will hi n olijut as is ai w.i)s the case with mot lairs and lias I. on wild us the past )tars Wc hate arranged a nuie.t fm t roadwat in trout ut our entire gnimis. iiiistitnml) toi m- - nst .is.nrt'l ol not being crowded conum, or going and after ton are once m the ground, it will he our i ulc for all partus in turn m tin risht. and a fort) to. t r,ad will ivir.t them tmirel) around the ground-lucto the place of intranet, whtib rule wc will hate cnlorcid thcrcht ab sotutili demg atta) will: muting am otic wlult tinting in our grounds tVe hate adorned our grounds with grand stand e.cr die most sent outside of the citie, being 11.' feit under roof with a six foot proiiunadi aj in the rear and a IJ fool pass through the center. It Is ditidid ml" r cubed b). stairways icats si. sections art eletated with a walku.i) behind e.'uli seat, this will do awa) with all lu'iug on the seats, the first row of seats being alxittt me leit trom the front promiuade which is tin feet til width. It is a pleasure indeed to further state, our Floral Hall is a model build, ing A) b) 50 feet, and we can assure ou to bring ati) article you may hate for exhibition, we are prepared to takt care of the same and that uictl) and saf-l- ). Our entr) lags are being made so as tn show the name of all exlnln lots afur hating bien jiulgtil. and tbiir No one will be allowtd to addrtss enter this hall until ufter the committee iias opt'iiid the doors, and no one will nc allowed to taki in person an) article from the displa) at any time as the rommittcc in charge will obtain all articles from the hall for the exhibitor by tlie number gucu the exhibitor at the tune ot making the entr) Our hall will be arranged with plenty light, another oljectiou wc hate sought to remote. Dining Hall, a separate location of the simc, dimension .11x5(1, will be ban. dt as usual ami at the amo tune tiopu lar prices of 25 cents for a good full half nnle track sipiare meal Id to 50 feet wide, secant! to none, will bring the best stock in t lis section of !'. tali. We propose to hate nothing but clian and resptctable shows on the grounds, something to entertain. A number of Ik en such concessions hate alreail) boikcd The committee is dealing with a tarietv of free attractions, and the public may expect to be tntertaiiicd We have iieter adtertisid and attractions at llrodhead we did not git e, and ton may rest assured that tin re is a lire surprise? for ton in store each day as free attractions, ttortli the amount of admission, ?'otwithstaudiug all these things wc hate tried to prepare for the people's comfort at a large cost We still hold H)pti1ar price of 25 cents at the th irate and the first day will be free for tbi ladies as usual. Our grounds will be completed by the time this letter goes to print, and we in vi'e you to come and look for )ourself and see tt we nave exaggerated in a single instance In fact, tie prefer )ou In come, for we cannot describe to ou we hate for display in words what We now hate ct cry thing ready and ar waiting fop the dates which are ui!iist 12, U and 14. We invite all to come and assure ton all the courtesies that is in our power Ir extend. Most Hcspt, I C. FRITH. Pies R II II VMM. JOHN' ROIIHINS, Sec'y V M I MATT. Treas, k --- $20,000 In Premiums $20,000 f.t 1 1 wash-stand- s, d HERBERT A. KLINE SHOWS 300 PEOPLE 25 CARS THAVIU'S BAND AND CONCERT CO. 45 High Class Artists e Singers Grand Opera 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- it -- roof withThey can be laid right over an old out dirt or bother, und they make it stormproof anc! tireproof. For particulars address g They're inexpensive. WILL STONE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY x "One of my family was troubled bj spells and weakness of the savs Mrs. J M Lunsford. of R. o 4. Stanford. "Me had back F I) nche and was vcrv stiff and and suffered from setere pains across his toins. Hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills, he used them and was relieved from the first. He is no longer troubled and wc are tirc that the cure Doan's Kidney Pills made is permanent." Price 50c. at all dealers Don't simp. If ask for a kidney remedy ect Doan's Kleiner I'ilU the same that Mrs. LunsCo, ford recommends. Foter-Milbur- n Props . Ruffalo. X. Y. Ii77t kid-nets- ," Stanford i resid-- nt Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Neal. Ino Dinwiddle. uct Jno II Riffe Cl'k FROG POND Wc are bating some nice rains and crops arc looking good Mr L D. .Moore and f.itnil) isitcd relatites near Somerset last week v V T Klliott and Mr lla.tin nude a flting trip to Uttruheim one day last 'lock John W. Bain, Secy, Lexington, Kentucky wnk. Waller I'ctrct and went "Say" HOW ABOUT THAT to Cincinnati Milton Griffin Sunday looking for ' Mayes' Great 50 Head Registered Mr Clara Oak went to Ciucinnti Tbutsil.iy and stated oter until Mon-ilSPFCI L feature at the opera bouse tht with her husband, wno is at work re. tonight Don't fail to sec it Marion Douulas and family, shford Sims anil family spent Saturday night ind Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Griffin. Mrs Malnla Sims made a flting trip to Damillc last Thursday and returned work. "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? Sattirihy Little Marcus Douglas is still proving at this writing. V Ind a nice rain Sundat im- Auction Sale Duroc Jersey Hogs BO p. m., rain or shine 1 1 Will be held on his farm in edge of town on THURSDAY, AUGUST 13th, 1914 Sale begins promptly at EVERYBODY INVITED : Dinner will be served at the Springfield Hotel at 30 a. m. , for all parties from a distance attending this sale. WRITE FOR CATALOG. The New BrodheaJ Fair To the mail) friends ami patrons ot the old Rockcastle Fair Association, who hate Utn tuning fairs at the last 18 )cars it gives us uitai r to announce at mis tune, tn.it notwithstanding the old home of the fan was taken away from us, it has only added a hlem" to thr ctl'.crp'i'e. auu for those who sought to takt our grounds which they succeedtd in doing, whither a was right or wrong we bate the public to judge but through this medium which we fought bitterl) to the end, it has only worked to our great adtantage, so much so, that we hate now a new fair grounds second to none It has not been the object of the stockholders of the fair asoication at ISrodhtad to make it a uiouc) making proposition, wc hate not gene into this one with this tin! in view, however it has been the record lli.U we hate made in most instances a ditideud to our stockholders. This was not due to our withholding any thine that would help to make our fair a success, but altogether tr the immense patronage wc have a'wats had. and we are pleased to admit the last three years in particular, our attendance has grown until we did not hate half the room to accoinino. date our crowds. Thu tear wc can. hate under our fence 17 acres all to be used for fair grounds only, set en ,ic.'e& of (his are;i Is. a dense grote, shade is no object with us. for we hate it and to spare, not only around our grand stands and buildings adioinjng, ut around the stock barn sufficient To serte the for hitching puroscs. stock brought to our fair wc have a tell that will furnish enough water for Rockcastle county near the stork Itrod-he.'td t1e-isuw--- W. P. KINCAID, District Agent STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday.AUeuST 2ND silHfflfflfflrsi Round Trip Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lorn JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. E. m H Springfield, 4 K S. MAYES, AUCTIONEERS : J. L. Beazley & Co., t M. H Mt J. C. M'Clary mm k a Kentucky Co!. H. L. Iglehart, Elizabethtown, Ky.; Col. Cha. C. Wheeler, Bucchcl, Ky. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Dealers in Matting, Rugs. FurniFurniture ture Exchanged (or all Kinds Of Stock. STANFORD. KY PHONE 42 Digester Tankage for Hogs, $3.00 per 100 lbs. LinseedMeal for Milk Cowi and ewes, makes milk $2.00 per 100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal for your cattle, makes fat $1.60 per 100 lbs. Atlas Molasses feed for work horses, stallions and Jacks $2.00 per 100 lbs. Millfeed to mix with above feeds, and plenty corn, oats, hay and straw. Car Northern Seed just in. Telephone 1 1 FEEDS 'UI 5F1 u., it UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED Office Phone 167. STANF0RQ, Home Phane 35 KENTUCKY. J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY t. f .j