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ARNOLD BUGGIES !
A word to the wise ought to be sufficient. We are the
largest builders of pleasure vehicles in Central Ken
tucky. Our vehicles are very extensively used by livery
men, because they require stylish ones, built to stand
hard wear and tear.
Style Right, Prices Right.
The ARNOLD BUGGY must be seen and used to be fully appreciated. Write for
catalogue. We also make a specialty of repairing and painting automobiles. Sam
ple buggy will be on exhibition on Main street in Stanford, Monday Court day.
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Candidate for Governor, favors:
1. Stringent educational laws that will secure more schools,
letter schools and better w?M0b teachers in' order to insure
competency and such a system Tlfifcools as will insure equal op-
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wnunuy to an cnuaren.
-Constitutional revision of
3. -All legislation necessarf
me nignesi state oi emciencjr.
a ot. u i. : s.
t. ouiw; uani iiiapuuiiii.
r; n:: n t:.' t. m. w x. i . j Wv. and Mrs. Uriah Albright, who
0. -Bnnging the mihtiaii to tl highest Btandard of efficiency liro old subscribers-ot the i. J. .Mr.
Rnd freeing same from politic. Albright has been confined to his
Iroom atl winter by rheumatism. Ho
6. Organization and co-opertlMn between farmers as well aa'kopt tho post otfxo iie for n long
among other laboring men, whflfta'th.y labor in the field, factory, 'LS? !n 'jEE
store, or wherever wage u eamO. 10oTnHUrtCa0tn.,loU aU?r lh'8
7. Such legislation a3 WOUll Improve the relation between Wo spent the night as guest of Mr
capital and labor. nn(1 Mrs- J- "oskln8-. Kound our
host nnd hostess most agreeablo peo-
o. ine strict eiuorce.nent or
Constitution of the United States
"No rsHtfiou-i t3t shall ever be reauired as
qualification to any office or public trust."
0 TT,t,i; r Tinlfo.l c.i.
v. wii.nuii ui uuuvu ucavBuui-iiuiuia uy uncii vuiu ui iiic
10. The strict enforce .Tient'of'alf laws on the Statute books.
Democratic Primary ElectionJSaturday, July 1st, 191L
NOTICE OF OISUOLUTION.
Tho HustoniHio iloller Mill Com
pany a corporation unJri the Irws ol
sttto ot Kentucky, doing buslnerg it
ttie town of HustonvlMe , KentucW v .,
la now closing up Its bmlnoss nn h
oipontion. All persons having claims
ofia(ns( It wll prehent ttiera (or inn
ment L. T. Younss Sec.&Treas
Ifce tax laws.
ftring the roads of Kentucky to
taat portion of Article
which reads as follows
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FOR SALE PRIVATELYI
residmce or :ir II c. vt 'Pi'eM and
Un ui count or nn excess of bus.neas ' win Spent the evonlnp bv i .oe.l
xvoott lire in nn open fireplace. Mr.
I tloslte to soil mj mill ut McKJnnoy, i cimppells grnniJtntliei Jesse Chnp
Ivy. It husa capacity or 75 barrels of l-H. cam... from Vlrynla at nn early
uato nnd settled on the Catpenter
lour per day; machinery In Rood con- fnrm, formerly known ns the Turn
(Ittlou. Situated on tho Q. &, C road and i bull place. Ho ntteivvards built t
j... .... r..nw a rn..lhnuse near tho Alt. Ollvo church To
UIII..B llll'bl --' - - " -
or countlet, good turnpikes lead to It
nnd Is In the heart of a lino wheat
belt. For further particulars wrlto
A R N
In the East End
FIELD MAN WRITES AGAIN
OF HIS TRAVELS
l ins me primeval ior
lit. .is recruiting i''1'- af,,"r MlUnK n
, .h, ..their own winter mo
we found. thU Itj,,,, ,her ,,, ,nti f
'n our tlrst trip oi
cilicer for the I J
wns imi ossltile to see
woman Mid child on
K I) So
cut of t'rnb Orchard in two da) a
(time nt Ae prelously thougut. Ono
JliilRht lcae Crnb Orchard on thin
I unite and trom start till n.s rtiurn.
Jlf he trleil to partake of overv ho
jplallty and eery jclndneas which
these people go readily uow he tra
eler It would be a lotiK month er hid
icuirn. wo nae jusi mni:e our seo -
und trip and It Til! t.ike yet another
to tinlch the route
lavlnc Crab Orchard ocr the old
'Somerset road and remeii berinK How
'gooJ tl'e line sulphsr wator ii. mid
I how comeulentlv n crinklnc cup Is
,alw.rvs al hand lor tlio thrty tral -
r, wo crossed the brldicn Into the
nnl o! Col. J. Mortimer Adnmi and
iin ol rs line a thirst mipnohliiR IIi-
ultl a. oor a mort nii KntrliiR
Itu residence we i jiii. .lie Colonel a,
patient surterer Irom rli iiuiatl.-m.'
which has kept him rontlned to his
! room for t i.e time At tho co'itlu-
fion of our pleasant ilslt Mr Adams .Next called uon Mr. Samuel l!rlf
Imltcd us to return I tin and found him ready lor our paper
Crosilng I'iph ridses. wli!h nro'lthout any ot our convincing, nrgu-
ocred bv a Krow:i oi iicrub onku.ninta being made. Mr II. was n
,nnd pine, we leave the level voun.ry. pre it admirer of the late Judge- M. C
I ttntl begin to start up tne lun,c stretch s.iuflej whom ne counted as : parti.
,sali to be three-quartera ot , uulo m Hilar friend.
Meugth, on the side o.- the lilff knob. ( On our'way In, aftr a weeks" can
"lie brtee, lailon wnn thf odor the'vais tbroiif;! a tea of yollowl-h mud,
pines onlj ix)ses mis as an exhll 'iilternatltir with reil, or the eonsls
anint. The beautiful rerlr berry tenoy of batter, w. Utwl the olld
lmsh is in full bloom; the tli.nrntia pavements ot Crnb Orchard
and one snov.y patches ot while mn!e 'rtvlnK to tht restdenco of Vr. and
the I Ills look as If dressed for a Mr.. AiiRt'st llartels. we. sprtit n
bridal occasion pleisant uvenlns Heard some nice
We had i pood view or Crus.es Knob in. isle .Mr eott acconipanjlns the
otf to the right. The tiorv which han MlMes llartels. who performed upon
'been handed down Imm father to son. 'he orKin The little IV months old
from generation to generation, was dn'icMii of Mr and Mrs HnricH Is
I told us by a resident It Is as 'el quite a prot'S). huniiniiig distinctly
lows Cruse, who was n pioneer and inouKh to be easily understood, any
in hunter, was at .i deer lick noirliy sel-ctlon, alnio't, whkh Is belpK play
when he wns surprised by a bind ot u. It I HLANKCNSIIU'.
Indians The redkins snre chaie.
and Ciuse, who must tiave been try MAKING WORK EASIER
Ine to reach the settlement at trnb
Orchard, vas m haru pressed bv his
iurnuers. on rcacring the knoc nhi. u
oi the knob and killed as many of
Mil tiitrcnam nu hi. mmrrl llV rlllhhlrif?
Mils pursuers as he coufd by clubblni;
liia-Riin He soon came to his death,
! however. His remains are raid to
burled on the spot where
friends, who arrived and
to rout, too lite, however
to pivo the gallant pioneer.
W soon arrived at tre (olnt once,
known ns AlbrlBbt. isy Here w0 not
ueunnc-. . upiu-uiui.
moveu in uiiio.
...!. .1... .... Ill .... TllUtl.. III"!
tVlliillitrr iin ' nv ' .......v .. .-.
i.v ruin snd heavy liaulnm o: ton
ipl.one popTs and ties to Crab Orchard
Itio tanners here nre lindlv ia!i-n
vnUIi Cielr farm work, bih' have to
take atlvnntiue und ha' ' ' no
when an, diy davs couu. Uiev can
1 1 peed tlulr plcv r At the iloso ot
i tho Uuv we lepalred to tho liosp'.tnble
," - . - ... ; ,, ,,.. lnra .... ,. i
reach his work ho clearod up u bridle
path across the knob, thin trail vva
made larger, a roau nug oui unu mis
has ever since homo the name or
6 of the i"c anu l"u,r ,U11"" "'""! ""J " almost constantly and sometime be-
jiu.ii;.. iv, ,..iw. .. .-- ----. c,lmn so mno inni it reijuireu n meitt
inally enmo to U recti llrler hprlnps eIlt)rt )or mo to tooii. There were
Bectlon near Lrab "'ciinru ne wiih nU(( ot,a,r H ,,,,, ()f kUney com
ii large number or friend In thlP seo- mt t(mt cantofi mo aiatiess. Miuh
,Uon Ho boilKht Ills present rn-m llk,n ,,,.,. Kl.lnev Pll!s. nrocaret
IHero w henrd another voniim of
how "Soapers' got Its name. About
hair a mile from here Is n large nev
er railing cold spring Joeph Deiati
ty, a pulneer, settled here There
were lots of wild hogs nnil deer roam
ing the primeval forests Knrlv set-
good supply lor
me.v would brlnz
oli bacon., tnllov.
every n.un,nnd Dclaney would make It Into noun
lilln. 1 said in nnvn been nn mlMit nt
this trade, mid Hid a well appointed
little factory and was patronized by
all the settlers for nillcp away Hence
the name. '
We found two enterprising tinners
who are not afraid of hard work even
if It Is not ROlng to tiring the coin
John Moen and
A. I., hmiakrs ar
iuradlnK the rond In front
larma and making n No. 1 jn
Had th pleHKur o raeetlnj; rom
kinstolk w hRd never seen before.
Messrs JsmeH and Arthur lllanken
shlp, paternnl second cousins, cap
tured us at It A. M . nnrt would not
;eL un oft till utter we had taken din-
ner. Jamas married the yoonnest
daiiRhter i( Rev', .ind Mvtj K. I)
Noakea who Is nlso :i relative. Ttenu
jonni; rwntliiurn re tons of the Into
mid wldelr lamented Snuire T. 8
lilankctinhrp. for yenr inaslstrat.. In
the Crab Orchard district, aud an old
sanf0rd peopIe Are Peased to Know
How It is Done.
If pretty bard to attend to duties
With a constantly achlnn back;
With snnoylns urinary disorders.
Doun's Kidney rills have made
So thousands navo peacefully icsti-
JWd rtoj're for bad backs.
Tfcey'ro for wenk kidneys.
atantoru piopie giaaiy recommenu
Mw s j ubble lMncimur, BUi
!nird. Ky.. says. i Know u.ai
Doan'a Kidney ihi hoipca mo iu.i 1
ST"? ZlLS SI
Ma' ro fiorau
tlmo and nlthoush my condition was
not serious, i waa nevertheless an-
llnvpn ,.... pni Mv i,ci ai.tu
at btu,Kar8 mil -lunnera druu store.
nM .h. tnniliiiM li.ivn disuiiner
and my lienlth has liiiurovcd."
For sale bj nil dealers, l'rlcj i.'
touts, ro-il'-r Mllbiirn to., dlultnlo,
.N'evv York, sole ngntri lor the U.a.ii
Jlciueinl'er tho nnnte Uoiir8--UJid
tako no other.
"Oh, yes. Tommy," iialU tho teacher,
"If jou hare u dog jrou uro the 'own
er of a quadruped.' "
"No, I nln't," loiUled Tommy.
"Don't contradict me! I explained
o you yesterday that 007 animal with
four less was a."
Tea'm, but liover lost one o' bls'n
Aghtin' a trolley car." Catholic Stand
ard and Times,
RECEIPTS ITIOM THE
DEVIL'S COOK BOOK.
(from an Kxchange.)
,To make a lawyer
'lake ten pound of brass Nlliitfr
atRbt gal bliddera and contents .
Knllona or 1 ot air. Vi renum ot pie
cedents and two pounds of red popper
ii jju navo any cotuclence on hand,
tdil a little but It is not consldured
ueieoHsry Mix wel , ouke In a hot
oven and sorve with demurrers.
To make society women
Take live ixxmdu or Ily7" ii
poundf. ol MiperclllousnesR, one oiiiii.
of brains, one h Ilea i He cor"et, ?
Iwnda of cosmetics, three divorces,
one bushtl ol linlr and u yard of ollk.
Stir gently so as to not rub nrf the
powder and Ferw deiollettn
To make u doctoi
1ukt, two gallons of tnlcrobs ,om,
ounce of idoloim One pair of Van
Dyke whiskers one pair of squeaky
shoes one gold watch, one pod ot
Ienth tertiricateK Sterilize,' well and
add lies. Uie Urgent obtainable. 'ut
In lour ounce vials and shRke tvell be
I'o make n Hindoo
Tnl.e one iKitiiul of eurry powder, 10
yanlh txJ ilfx'.y cillw one frnw
Oiest, one valr or women's hands, one
hoiiiclck eipresilon, Ilvv c-illomt of
servility Add plent or unguents
so as to mnke it u,ipery nnd sorvo
hot us it his a teudeitcv to ehl'l
To mrko : preacher
Like one bundle of old rutone,
six yellow li-Rfl chickens one whlt
tie. one ipiait ol white ton, ten pounds
ot brimstone Add enAtioiiaJIm
and a ilstli ol world llinm aiwl sorve
on a contillmtlou plate At the pri.
tut time it is tustotnar to shorten
wuii uiKiiei eriuriJM
'lake on Nn.i,M nose. ,.. P ,
balls, one air ol aiHilogetK hanu.
one cold stoiaue Heart, one bunch ..
IKiv ii tickets Mf vll Willi plent.
ol usury and serve only when n ett
t'l lllto into It rnrelullv or vou may
lose ntir ee ttn'th.
To make a school teacher (modern
fake one shirt waist, lour papers
ol hair plus, one pair or e)o glasses,
one normal rounte, one box or chalk,
one iiowtler pun, one volume of
Ibit'U h poems, one rattan Shorten
wltn plenty ot propriety although
some prefer a little giddiness nnd
flavor with modern methods. The old
lecelpt called lor spectnclet, u ruler,
plenty of vinegar, the three "It's'
.md an uncertain ago.
To mnke a dude
Take a cane, one pair ot cutis, one
package of Kgyptlnn cigarette, two ,, , , a n
spats, a moiKKle nnd a pair of purplo " "" cnrrKU nor"" -en sups to
suckH. Part tho hair in the middle M" a nKcr. and ho cna easily carry
and remove the brains Add an Kn "" lUU Pu w'f -" ynr " !
glUli accent and lr serving place thn extended hand. He Is a raw boned
head or the cane In the inoutn guitleninn weight about IHO poundi
To make a hotel clerk: nnd looks ke na orJltwrv mnn pnj.
'lake our. rake tliamnno ten imundB ......
or sell importance, tell pounds or'caly. ut '" '0 know him well
hauteur, ono register, one directory, ,nay Unit his strongfi is n. wonder
uinl one vvh-ite vest. Add a patrician liberty Nvvs.
beurfiiii nnd cnunl parts or obsequious I
nes.H and InsotciHc nna 111 cooking
see that It does not swell up too
To make .1 Highlander:
'lake ono pair of hairy legs, thiec
yitrtit ot plaid, Mireo janls or eal
vii'lsm, otic pound ol oatmeal tinu 11
1 ill ui baj.' plpea Add ple-itv or
rveictlveuess, raiitiousuess nnd
shiev duet's nnd leave out tho humor
In tunnel tliuos It was oushl'rtd
ue( esnr to ndd 11 claymore.
To make an Irishman.
One pair of brogues, a cuttv pipe, I
ono boltlo or poteen, n pair or corde-i
roy trousers und n slilllalali, .Muko lt
strong with religion nnd politics nnd
sweeten vvmi poeiry. i-ui 111 piuniy 1
.1 il..hlln Hinn.rlnl na nlin.lAn .irl.H '
til UJIlltln limil'KUl t.i.4 . b 11 i -. -
To ninko n chimin p:il
Tulte 0110 pair of skinny logs, one
volro (any kind will do) plenty oil
padding, one box of rougo, one ogle,
0110 half v'ard of ciioeso clotii 11 mi
powder well. Display thu legs nnd
put In plenty of vlvaclousness. Drill
ihoioiip.lily and keep uwny from the
To make a republican: (old receipt )
Take cue Adl futU'il tnrrfr ope
Mallon of expansion, one gold stun
ilard, one pint of nhU man's burden
tuin Ufispuonful ot Ciinnon-Aldrlcli
ll-norlng extrncu just sufficient con
servallon, well boned, mix well with
ft steam roller nnd serve In a full din.
ner pall with a dresslnc of Hoosevelt
principles, a la Taft
lake three ptiru stniid (ntterr, two
VttlH Insurgents and mix with Tnlt
lonclllatlon. .vld Tarllt Ibireau nnd
I'leeenunl revision ami set nslilo to
rnlso until utter the next congress
Kits under weigh when other Ingredl.
his will be-added.
To make u democrat
I'hls receipt changes so oiten that
e ivr only the Attest Tnke one
quart of Jeirersoiilin. principles, vm
Kn ol IU0S one pint Jackson ditto
and run ll-nmgh a I loan's cullender:
one- qun Ot friN Inula nn. ll,... ...
slates rlqhLs. oue Untie of Kentucky
whisk). Hum with solid bourn nun
Rold standard an pre'erreit.
- "iiu niiit-r sixteen lo oti. or
rve with Tamilian, drnssiti:'
To uiak. a populist
IThl.s r.-eelpt is not called lor mi
Utiii slntv the era ol dollsr vhest
Take oue bushel ol whlnkeis, well
thopicsl In a hay eufer; make Into n
Inttrr with free silver, reterendum.
and gmoriniKTU ownership or every
tuliH but fiirms Dujit with hay
sewdM snd serve socklesB
I'o make n pirate
Tl.ls foriniila Is obsolete. Those
wishing to look it up are relerred lo
iho reroli.t for making a rinaiiceer
li make a reorier
Tkke n lead pencil, one ration tin
agination, a rMiimlniu gnll bluddet,
uie reinforced eonereti ehe k, one
IHiund of irreverenrtt, two poundrf or
llliKiully aud thns' mhiiii1s nt Slier-
iocs, iioiii'h Kluvor with iiieudac tv
lo i,,, t Miitabli
), makes p iglllst
Pnae ot.e cnullllower ear. two soil
'f'"1"""': " !'- "l.-r. one iil.ua,
" " ' S'. V'i T""mm'- n. c""l',
!'"""" V' "" "' l"'-r. .hi.
Manager one trainer, three sparring
IMirtners. out eiier. one gnutiy batu
jolle. Ileut up wen, serving in ii
twenty ltKit rtui;
THE CASEY COUNTY SAMPSON,
.Mr (ieorge Stnpp, lives on Clielta
Hldge, Is the brag stout man of tilts
port ot the stale Ills feats or
i-tretigth nro not surpassed by any
ordinary man llln sixtieth birthday
wns last week and he lias never had
Ids knuckles pulled Into the dirt, or
met his eifunl Thirty years, sgo he
out lifted the 7L"J fat lady that was
, m circus that tame to Liberty.
JFTdW lift .
v7k,mL . Ji
J0 m "At b1
or seo J. B. Murph), McKlnncy, Ky.