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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 11, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909061101_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 11, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Interior Journal, ?0L. XXXVII. Bobbin's Babble. CRAB ORCHARD. i STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1009. HEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. McCormack, Myers & Vaughn shipped a car of lambs to Louisville Monday. Mr. Chas. Wheeler and son, Dr. Carl Wheeler, are spending a week at Atlantic City. The Jumbo ball team defeated McKinney Saturday at McKinney by a score of 6 to 3. The home of Ed Grubbs on Frye's Creek burned Saturday with all household goods. No Insurance. Mrs. A. B, McKinney entertained Miss Lucy Alcorn and other friends en Tueday evening at an elegant dinner. By quick work the home of Burdette Powell was saved from burning last Saturday. A defective flue was the NO. 30. fl'l This U my third weeks' sojourn at LaGrange connty, Ind., went dry by Tho play, "Among Tho Breakers," Stanford, which Is quite n thriving, given by local talent for tho benefit of over 300. pleasant place to reside permanently or tho Baptist church Tuesday night, was I'rcsque Isle, Mo., was literally wiptemporarily. If I did not live at Crab a decided success In cvey particular. ed out by fire. Orchard I would live at Stanford. Each one performed his part so well George Ade, the humorist, has been When this court Is over I am due at Mt. we feel It our duty to mention them elected a trustee of Purdue University, Vernon, Lancaster. London, Yoscmlto separately. Miss Clara Collier, as tho Indiana. (July 3 If Mr. Q. R. Jones and I agree fortune teller, acted her part to perRandolph, the largest county In West upon terms.) He has asked how much fection. Miss Pearl Collier, as Hess Virginia, has been made dry by remonI would tako. I have answered. Starlight, rescued many lives and re- strance. This hut weather would convert our ceived several marriago proposals In a Miss Ellen French, aged 62, commitcourt Into a barren desert wero it not most graceful and realistic manner. ted suicide by drowning in a pool near for a few beautiful feminine oases in Miss Lul Nuckols made quite an impres- Corydon. tcrspersed hero and there in tho audience sion upon the audience in tho way she During an electric storm In Bourbon, like islands In tho ocean. All along tho disposed of her lovers. Lots Morgan Bush fianso was struck by lightning highways of lifo nature has strewn her acted to perfection tho part of Biddy, and killed. lovely, fragrant flowers; some In tho tho waiting maid. Thomas Mooro kept Jasper Gambrel shot and probably garden and the most beautiful in tho the audlcnco lively by his perfect role fatally wounded Wash Scrgent in Harparlor. of Scud, tho Negro waiter. I'cttus lan county. In answer to "Constant Reader," I Hayes made) a fine Irishman and his Prof. Ernest Fox Nichols, of Colum-bi- a will say that no constant reader of the wooing of Biddy was perfect. Earl University, has been elected presiInterior Journal, can bo an Ignorant Baker acted the part of Bruco Hunter dent of Dartmouth. man or a very bad man. When I was to perfection and Maurico Perkins made E. D. Jones, founder of tho Industrial writing my article on the abuso of tho a fine representative for tho Tress and concern that grew to bo the present pardoning power, tho lawyer and tho his wooing of Miss Daze showed ho had Detroit Shipbuilding Co., Is dead. Ilo client in jail occurred to me, but 1 had somo experienco In that lino. Bragg was nearly 90 years old. y meant that a governor could not Thompson acted his part fine as ClarAn earthquake occurred at Copiapo, or legally pardon a fugitive ence, tho heir. Charles Buchanan, who a small seaport on Copiapo Bay, Chili. from juitlco. If after conviction tho acted the part of keeper of tho light- The walls of numerous buildings were defendant appeals his case and runs off, house performed well, although ho only cracked and considerable other damage the court of appeals very promptly dis had about four days to practice, having was done. No lives were lost. misses his appeal. Sometimes a crimi to take tho plaeo of a member who reFred Mohric, who killed Constable nal will say: "I will come In and sur- signed. Tho receipts wero over $40. Sam Young several weeks ago, was asrender If you will allow mo to glvo A well behaved crowd felt amply re- sassinated in the corridor of the Crim ball." Can't let you oft so light as that; paid for attending and all unlto in prais- inal Court building in St. Louis by Wilyou are dictating your terms. Surren- ing Miss Georgia Lewis for her man liam Kane, a former deputy under der and submit to tho courts and then agement In the affair, and kindly thank Young. we will consider tho question of ball. the people from adjoining towns for At the annual election for the board Fontaine Fox Bonnirr. their assistance. Mr. Victor Tate, of of trustees of the Mutual Life Insurance Mt. Vernon, treated the audience to Company of New York, William H. Pot Kentucky Fair Dates. several beautiful songs. Miss Mahony, ter, president of the Chemical National of Stanford, playing tho piano accom- - Bank, was elected to succeed Charles Stanford, July 21- -3 days. painments, and Mr. Bragg Thompson D. Dickey, resigned. Georgetown, July 27 C days. Charged with having taken funds of also entertained at the piano. The pro Lancaster, July 23- -3 days. ceeds are to be used to paper the the bank, Frederick H. Brigham, head Winchester. Aug. 3- -G days. bookkeeper of the Merchants' National church. Danville, Aug. -3 days. Bank, New Haven, Conn,, was arrestWuegrass Fair, Lexington, August OTTENHEIM. ed and held in $10,000 bonds for the 9- -G days. Taylorsvllle. Aug. 10- -4 days. Wm. Marshbanks, of Garrard, was United States Court. Three arrests were made Tuesday of Harnxhburg. Aug. 12- -3 days. visiting relatives in the section. Lawrenceburg, Aug. 17 -- I days. Tho farmers arc greatly behind with men charged with being implicated in Darbourvillo, Aug. IS 3 days. their crops, owing to thn recent rains. the shooting from ambush of former Bev. Geo. D. Vcrco preached at I'ino SheritT Ed Callahan. Those under arlirodhead. Aug. 18- -3 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 21- -5 days. Grovo church Sunday to a largo crowd. rest nro Govnn Smith, his brother, Jce Lawson has bought the Skclton Elisha Smith, and Levi Johnson. Eliiabcthtown. Aug. 2 J -- 3 days. James Bludeworth and June Weekly, Coleman farm and will take charge at Springfield, Aug. 23- -1 days. linemen, were electrocuted at Enid, London, Aug. 25 1 days. once. Richard Harris, who has been very Okla., whilo employed in repairing Frankfort, Aug. 31- -4 days. In some manlow with pneumonia Is able to sit up wires at the courthouse. Nicholas ville. Aug. 31- -4 days. days. now. Mrs. Adam I'ctry, who has been ner they came in contact with ttardstown, Sept. wires, 2,300 volts passing Montlcello, Sept. 7- -4 days. ill, is some better. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. There tiro several largo tobacco barns through their bodies. The striko of tho Georgia railroad 13- -6 days. going up, with a greatly Increased acre- ago of tobacco being put In. which also firemen for seniority of whites over Could Not Bo Bettor. means an increase in the prices of land. Negroes passed formally into tho arbiNo ono lias over made a salvo, ointThe tobacco fever is raging. Every tration stage Tuesday when the firemen ment, lotion or balm to compare with farmer is setting out his best spots of announced Congressmen Thomas W. llucklen's Arnica Snlve Its tho ono land in tho weed and S. M. Chandler Hardwick. of Georgia, as their arbitraperfect healer of Cuts, Corn, Hums, has set out his cntiro garden in tobac- tor under tho Erdman act. Louis W. Foster, John M. Gorman. Hrul.ot, Sores, Scalds, lolls. Ulcers, co. Eczema, Salt Ithoum. For Soro Kycs, Several farms havo changed hands in Walter Campbell, A. C. Baldwin, EdCold Sores, Chapped Hands Its su- this section, each seller realizing a win Hell and J. M. Scott were senInfalllblo for Pile. Only handsome profit. It seems that the tenced to a term of six months in jail premo 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Germans nro getting rich trading with and a fino of $200 and costs euch in the United States District Court nt Cincinone another. nati for using tho United States mails I to further schemes to defraud. Men Past Fifty In Danger. UtrgDnnit iiinll wlirnt.rorn nml totmceo In several arrests mado in Columbus, Men past middle lifo havo found Nell niKt In from Mum', uirn fnriiK. rvililenrrt nn! Iwrni, kimxI rnllrniul connro-tlon- t. comfort and relief in r'oloy's Kidney Marion and Denmson, Ohio, Federal Innn I'ii n olti-- i Imninln ill (to lo Itemed'. L. E. Morris, Doxter, Ky , spectors and detectives who worked in iicrr Unitf limit iwjrnivnW. IH.AKI.KY, ltowlliiglirt'eii, Ky, writes: "Up to a year ago my father conjunction with them in tho case, that they havo unearthed tho bigfrom kidney and bladder 8 u tiered SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- trouble and savcral physician pro- gest and best organized branch of the nounced it enlargement of tho prostate Black Hand in this country, Marion, NEERING. gland and advised nn operation. On Ohio, being probably the head of the 1 nm urriuiml toilonll klmUof inrivli)K o organization. Chief Inspectrk account of his ago wo wero afraid ho iiiulrUllciiKliioerlnK promptly. My my prlcvi will bB ininriintrttl mul McKlnnvy nro nw could not stand It and I recommended or Charles Holmes, of Cincinnati, who or rail Write men ocr tli tdrpliontl through the Iluttonvlllt) Foley's Kidney Kcmody, und tho first is in chargo of tho work which hasis reKxclmiige. au bottlo relieved him, and after taking sulted in tho arrests so fur made, WW I.TKII McKISNKY. tho second bottlo ho was no longer thority for tho statement that evidence troubled with this complaint. Now has been secured showing that tho gang operating from Marion and with lines Stanford Drug Co. reaching into a number of big cities of Heuiwly, tlm You run llnd our Htnmlanl Whisky, in tho legal meaning of the blooj and liver nnillcliii,l know n. frrnti'it UlivumntUin. Hnlt ltlivuin, kid-n- y word, is whisky even when colored or the country havo fleeced different persons in Ohio and other States out of Trouble nml nil dlwun- iiN.Iiik Irom It It flavoring matter la added, according to thousands of dollars in tho last few Imiiuro Wood It Imi no vi(unl.net njun . umlvr tli pur food IMM.iinU guiiroiitMtl by tbe iiiiuiuhtclurvr If an opinion rendered to President Taft months by tho application of Black toUlrvctloiu by Lloyd W. Bowers, solicitor gcnoral tlialtoiiiitly Ittnkfiiiu-conlliii- j Hand methods. by tlie ue Htullf boor tho It uol your Ho holds that oltliB lUiintily w will refund Knelt nioiiuy. of the United States luicknue W'u can ilo nothing morn. Women Who Aro Envied. contains sui Uuwt with n rt'Kl.lt'red iiuitrnn. as such coloring and flavoring havo been teeand Mailing card with full Inituctloni. used In all history of whisky, such adThose attractive women who aro We tend It to uny nddrrii by lunll on or six pckitfe for dition can not bo illegal or incompati lovely In face, form and temper aro If taken In IS. Hotter order u boxto.dny. Uineyou mUlit nn a bl doctor't bill. ble with the name whisky. The decis tho envy of many, who might bo like ion, however, is not tho final word in them. A weak, sickly woman will be Inn tolnttrui'lloiit and are not uunellted, the case. . ww you uei jour uuiinr um nervous und lrrliablo. Constipation find Ihu remedy III dru ttoret for tale. It iiKentt. It told only bv our duly autborlnd Agent. Trouble Makors Oustod. or Kidney poisons show In pimples, MtfaUHKS wn,l.IAMM, When a sulToror from stomach trou blotches, skin eruptions and u wretchble, taken Dr. King's New Lifo Pills ed complexion. For all such, Electric he's mighty glad to seo his Dyspepsia Hitters work wonders. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidnoys. purify and Indigestion tly, but more-he- 's tickled over his now, lino appetite, tho blood, glvo strong nerves, bright MAHONY const!-tutlonall4- An Ideal Walking Oxford. Welud Jolt, Extension Edfe. VERY SWELL. Kuct Reproduction of iM. Kttl. Shot. cause. The work of setting the largest tobacco crop ever put out in the West End, is about completed and tho plants are growing rapidly. Tho best ball game of the season was played here Saturday, Liberty defeating tho College team by a score of 3 to 1. Both teams played fast ball. Terry & Newell have secured an adjustment on their grist mill which makes the very best quality of graham flour and thereby fills a long felt want. Tho ladles of theC. W. B. M. desire to express their gratitude to all who In any way contributed to the success of the musicale and supper given on the evening of the 23th. James Yowell sold to Will Lillard 74 1, cattle for July delivery at 51c About 3,500 lambs have been ship ped to Louisvillo and Cincinnati from the West End in the last 10 days, for which was paid C to 61c The vim with which the ladies of the C. W. B. M. push their business is certainly commendable. They will have a small surplus after paying their Centennial assessment, which was quite heavy for so small a membership. The home of George Coffman on Harris Creek was broken into last week and a coat, pistol and razor stolen. Lair's bloodhounds trailed to the home of Mack Magill, colored, at Milledge- ville, but he refused to allow his house to bo searched. Pryor Young and wife, of Liberty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoskins. Mrs. Rosa Cloyd, of Burn- side, is visiting M. K. Wilson and wife. Mrs. Grace Carpenter Robinson, of Knobnoster, Mo., is tho guest of Mrs. D. S. Carpenter for a few weeks. The ladies of the C. W. B. M. kindly OXFORDS H"TTTTTTTT- Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, : IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for Men, women mi Children. Cummins & Wearen, 14 ed STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SALE ask the postmaster and all tho merchants hero to save all their waste paper and they will call and get it. Their waste paper committee will arrange receptacles for it and be very thankful to all who will in this way assist them Tho Baptist congregation here is to be congratulated on securing for their Sunday school superintendent Mr. Wm Peavyhouse, who in three months has increased tho membership from 35 to 100. Rev. Jones, the pastor, is preach ing each evening this week. All are Now is The Time for Il, r t At McKinney, Ky., - mniiu-fuclurr- d INSURANCE. R. B. Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Live Stock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without cordially invited. Cards announcing the coming mar riage of Miss Lida Rose, of Henderson ville, N. C , to Mr. Charles Brown Harbison, of Junction City, Ky., on June 1C, have been received here. Miss Rose is a grand daughter of the lato Dr. Geo, llunn, of Shelby City, and hns many friends nnd admirers in the West End Mrs. Thomas Reeves presented her boy and an husband with a girl on Decoration day. Born to tho wife of John J. Newell a daugh ter, Geneva. R. H. Givens, of Biloxi, Miss , will spend two weeks of his va cation this month with his father, Mr. G. M. Givens. Cliff Anderson, of Dan ville, was here on business last week. Mr. David McCarley, of Okolona, Miss., a cotton planter and merchant, Is hero with his many friends and relatives, Mrs. George L. Bradley has re turned from a visit to relatives in Lexington. John Lutes and Miss Elizabeth Lutes are spending a few days in Lex ington. Fred Garnett and Miss Emma Warren, of Stanford, wero guests of the Misses Lutes. J. P. Goode has been summoned to serve on the Federal grand jury at Richmond in July. M. II. Graber, sales manager for tho Stonega, Va., Coal & Coko Co., spent last week with the families of Wm. Dodd and D. H. Skinner. G. A. and J. M. Eubanks attended the strong nerves, healthy vigor, all bo- - eyes, puro breath, smooth, velvety funeral of their sister, Mrs. Polly who was burled in Buffalo cemeciuso stomach, liver and kidnoys now skin, lovely comploxion. Many charm25a at Penny's Drug ing women owe tholr health and beau tery, Stanford. II. F. Waller, of Okowork right. ty to them. 50o at Penny's Drugstore. lona, Miss., is spending a month's vaStore. bn-licPost-officd m Col-so- Lawn Mowers, Hay Rakes, Hay Forks, Mowing Blades, Ice Cream Freezers, Fruit Jars, Gar- den Hose, Sprinklers, Binder Twine, Harvesting Oil, &c. Call on W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford.J Kentucky. Use Arnold's Buggie There is nothing better. WeTpaint Old Vehicles and make them look like new. Get our prices. We solicit your trade. R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. MIt. FAItMEIt: Make your home as modem for your family as u citv residence, and placo yourbclt' in a position to gel tho latest market quotations at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telcphouo service is email compareu witu which you mm your ueigiiuors cau gei tor a sunr-ira- i the benefits received. Call or address our uearest ollico or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., lor information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If yon aro not at preseut enjoying telephouo service, wo cau immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Tcuuessee, Mississippi, Loubiaua and tho Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. (INOOUrOKATSD) San Diego, Cat., has a wonderful A bronze tablot on tho residence oc cupied by Jefferson Davis during the clock with 20 dials which tell simultaneyears from 1875 to 1878 was unveiled in' ously tho time in all parts of the world, Memphis Wednesday by Miss Lucyi and month. It stands 21 White Hayes, granuuaugmcr or. mo also the date feot high and four of Its dials are each President of tho Confederacy. Mt four feet in diameter. m Everyone would bo benefited by tak-lu- g The clovercst Imitation of real Cof Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo for constipation, stomach and liver trouble, fee ever yet made Is Dr. Snoop's as It sweetens the Btomach and breath, ' Health Co (Tee. It Is tine In flavor gently stimulates the liver and regu- and la made In just one minute. No late the bowels and Is raucb superior tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made to pill and ordinary laxatives. Ne from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, te. Sample free. Penuy 's Drug Store Stanford Drug Co. cation with frienes here. days to WaeWagtoa. O. C. Root and wife, of Louisville, and T. K. Bohon and wife, of Mt. Auburn, III., spent two weeks with Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Bohon. J. F. 'Jeffries and wife, of Louisville, were also guests at the Bohon home. Mr. Chester Carter and wife and Mrs. Mollle Carter, of Anderson county, are spending the week with Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Eubanks. Wm. Cabbell and wife are with Mrs. Fannie Cabbell. Allen Goode, of Covington, is spending his vacation with bis parents here. F. M. and S. D. Yowell are on a prospecting tour to Richfew mond. Va. They will aUo spend RURAL TELEPHONES. -- II r 'J 'f The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON 1 IH NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. John S. Adams, aged 63, died at his home In the Middleman? section this week I FARM FOR SAIE! y Harry Jacobs, lnlcr In and Manufacturer of 4 188 acre, of which about Mf. arc Marble and Granite Monuments, excellently improved, noun-Case- Mnrkvrs nml Pints, Vnirtrjr nml Liwn late J. Thomas. Is dead at Phil, in administration up by the republican dantly supplied with unfailing water, Villi's and Hettres. Omen nml works, county. Ky. for delivering the alleged letter of Gen. Charles R. Baugh, of London, who 4 miles from Lexington court house llaly to JucIro Lassing, which was to was thrown from a horse at Demlng, on Main pike. Immediate possesion. show the falseness of Gov. Beckham's N. M., a few days ago, died of his In SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, prohibition professions, and given n juries, Lexington, Ky. "fat sit," has been peremptorily dls decided Tho Prison Commissioners Venri'lntoltlon to iln nil kinds nf con missed from tho service by order of Rouscy, of creting, such n Block Work. I'nveinenls that tho arrest of William Gov. Willson because of unsustained Boyle, iiiihk servo FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN- ami. in wci.wt' can innai-- nnj We culliimhi r was proper and ho will not bo hoi!ulon tun fenc ixtt. charges against Adjutant General P. P. you promptly nml gmirnnteo llrt-eliparoled again. Ho was sent up for 21 ! TY FOR SALE ork ami material. Oall and get our prices Johnston's administration of his office. years lieforn ynu tuiy jour material nt lenit for murder. There was a rumor that Gaines held n A line blun grns fiirm for snip tltuatril on Robert West, of Lancaster, repre il four-yecontract with tho present ad senting Kentucky hemp growers, is in ncwiilke nrnr Point tnoll nml VHI nillrt xouth of Iincnitrr, containing Stanford, Ky. of, but ministration to be taken care with Sen- wrll Incnttil In (iixkI neliulxiriioMl, l'lnc Washington for a conference pnrtof IhuJolin Walker tract, with n this dismissal, if not simply for public new. elen.rnolii rtuhlelict' ator Bradley with a view of securing thereon, Willi nil iirccniirr out hullilltiKs ami Insures Tobacco and Tobacco display and to ameliorate General Johnsome further concessions for that sta- goal, new lftrn W(I0. well witlvrnl. six never tnlllntt aprliiK" "ml creek running ston, seems to contradict the rumor. ple beforo the tariff bill is passed. larns. through. Gov. Willson is wise, however, if he ', cnuli In liaml, Sunday night a negro baby about Tiiimk. from ilay of alc, balance on nml six per Nothing But Insurance i'bm will profit by the experience of his disthreo months old was left in tho wait- cent lntereM until nll. tinguished predecessor, who after havlor baby was orrrrsons lootinir v. O.sum ninre iicae wriui ing room at the depot. The WaMCKk, Htnuiuru. ice D. ing aided Gaines, had him to turn by a colored woman who got oft of against him with all the fury of a ser- left 11 o'clock The Insurance Man, and boarded tho Southern pent warmed to lifo in tho breast of his tho STANFORD, KY. midnight Cincinnati Southern. Advosavior. Ucsldenco 1'lionn Srt; (mice, M. cate. Insure with me nnd 1m fully The Confederate veterans have once Tho Court of Appeals reversed as to Weak KliVwrt, furtlr point to weak kldnsy protected. more met in reunion and returned to Gillispio and affirmed as to Harp tho JJerres. Tbe Kldners. U th;Hert,tt and to orran etomaeh. find their weakness, not In their homes. The gray and grizzled judgment of the Whitley Circuit Court luelt tut In the nerre that control and fulda Bhoop's RestoratiTC Is 1 host, many of them lean and weak, Is in the cases of Charles Harp and Llydo and strengthen them. Dr. mtdlclna spedocallr prepared to reach then going tho way of all flesh and the I Gillispio against tho Commonwealth. contrAUnr Carres. To doctor the Kidneys alone. fast Is fuUle. It Is a wM ol tloo, and ol money at diminishing number at each reunion Both were given 10 years for tho mur The safest, surest nnd most adequate safe IlTonr back ache or Is weak. If the urine Runrd fur the future Is n policy In tells the story of how fast they who der of James Anderson. scalds, or Is dark and stronf , II Tou hare symptoms Hal Denny, a good citizen of Burgin, ol nrtihti or other dUtreulnc or danrerous kidThe Mutual Benefit Life were the flower of the earth are taking lets ney disease-- try Dr. Bhoop's ltestoraUre a or Liquid and see what It can and will Insurance Co. their places In the silent chambers of was shot by a Negro named Dan Carr you. Druwlst recommend and sell the dead. May they all hear tho wel- and probably fatally wounded. Denny do for It Is conspicuous for economical tonnage-inen- t, of Its policy contracts, fair come plaudit: You fought a good fight, claims there was no provocation for tho dealing with Itimeiuliersaml largs returns to policy holders, you have kept the faith; enter into tho deed. Carr was arrested and a mob The company Is Just entering tliw formed to lynch him but he was spirited joys of thy Lord. SIXTY FOURTH YEAR away to tho Harrodsburg jail. of n successful business career with more is a great The newspaper of E. L. Grubbs, while at Kings Prof. policy holders In Lincoln county than conitilned. Write for all other roiiiimnlt-institution and wonderful indeed is its Mountain four months of this year preMirtlculnr, stilling age nnd whether marinventions and resources. The North pared threo graduates for examination ried or tingle to K.M.NKWI.ANP MpeclalAgt. American, published at Philadelphia, for common school certificates and they Myers House Hints, Htantord. Jnnics I, White. Monday successfully passed the May ex5 celebrated its 10th birthday PENNY'S DRUG STORE. .solicitor tor ltockcastle Uo. with a big edition, one section of which amination at Stanford, although one contains 16 pages, was devoted to was a boy only 12 years old, the son of praises and criticisms of the paper by Dr. J. M. Acton, formerly of Junction prominent men from all over the coun- City. Junction City cor. Advocate. try, accompanied by pictures of the MATRIMONIAL. writers. It was one of the cleverest meces of advertising we have ever Ashford Wilson and Miss Flora Alice seen. Denny were made one yesterday. B. B. Reddicks, of Washington coun THE solicitor general has decided that if the liquor is at least half the product ty, and Miss Myrtle Steele Timberlake, of grain it is whisky, otherwise the de- the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. coction is something else. But what T. Timderlake, of the Weit fc.nd, were difference does it make to us, when married in Rev. R. B. Mahony's office y Rev. liquors of all kinds are in the contraband by Supt. Garland Singleton. took part in the ceremony. The best of the vile stuff is bad, list? Charges that a degree of divorce obwith some of it worse. So let those who are interested fight over the mat- tained by Grace B. Guggenheim in 1001 ter, which we can regard with supreme from William Guggenheim, head of the Smelter Trust, was obtained indiffence. through fraud and collusion, were made The attempted assassination in In Chicago. A rule was issued on the Breathitt county of Ed Callahan, Judge principals to show cause why the deHargis' right hand bower, is another cree should not be set aside. proof that they who live by tho sword James E. Gooch, a prominent young will die by the sword. A vile creature farmer of the Goshen section, and Miss who will from ambush shoot down in Zella Holtzclaw, the pretty and popular cold blood a man whom he dare not daughter of Mr. J. T. Holtzclaw, also face in open conflict, deserves a death of that section, were married Tuesday worse in torture than those invented by morning. The ceremony was performSpanish inquisitors in their most fiend- ed by Eld. J. G. Livingston, and was a ish moods. very pretty one. They left at once for a bridal trip to Cincinnati and other The Shriners have been very much cities. Mr. Gooch is a son of Lilburn in evidence in Louisville this week. To Gooch. dress up like a Turk with flowing blue breeches, a many colored jacket and Here and There. more complete than Our lino of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing wear a red fez may be funny to the Dudley Cook died at Georgetown as ever belore. Come to h?o them before buying eUewhcre. young fellows but what an old sucker a consequence of injuries recently suscan get out of such foolishness is a lit- tained by a fall from a horse. tle past finding out, unless on tho hyJohn R. Eden, who had practiced law pothesis that all fun is imaginary; a in Illinois for 57 years, was found dead KY. in his chair at his home in Sullivan. theory of the pessimists. Twenty men were hurled into a burnWith 70 candidates beforo the repub- ing building while fighting a fire which plant of tho Nova lican primary for county offices in Pu- broke out in the Company, at HaliScotia Furnishing political pot is fax. the laski boiling there as never before. Wo hope New Orleans was chosen as the next the best men may win and that the meeting place of the Aucient Arabic stereotyped expression "the election Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, in thn meetin? of the Imnerial Council passed off quietly," will describe the at tho Scottish Rite Cathedral in Louis result, but if there is not a killing or ville. two all signs go for naught this hot, While working in the slaughter-hous- e rainy weather. of hia father, Tavlor Collins, a butcher of Frankfort, Earl Collins, aged 25 years, slipped on tho bloody floor, fallIn Omaha If you swear over the ing on the tioint of a butcher knifo held 'phono you aro liable to a fine of $100. poor follow to do when in his hand. The blade (ilerced the But what is a young man's heart, killing him instant- central keeps him waiting till his pa- y tience is exhausted and then tells him CHURCH MATTERS. the number he wants is "busy" ? There will be a Children's Day serThe pantaloon gown has made its ap- vice at the Hustonvillo Christian church Figuratively next Sunday at 10:45 A. M. pearance in Louisville. most married women wear the breechEld. Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt. es, but this is the first fashionable at- Xenla Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. I have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS, tho best tempt to do so in reality. Subject: "How tho Gods Make Men." tho money. Seo them beforo buying, as there has As a result of the publication of his wagou on the market for POLITICAL. book, "The Function of Religion." an been a great improvement iu their construction. , effort was made to expel Prof. George Bingham B. Foster, of Chicago University, from Former Mayor Robert W. is a candidate for the democratic nomi- the Baptist church at a meeting of the Baptist ministers of that city. nation for Mayor of Louisville. Clarence J. Owens, of Abbeville, Ala., Don't drug the Stomach, or stimuwas elected president of the Sons of late the Heart or Kidneys. That Is United Confederate Veterans. the wroag. It Is the woak nerves that aro - Some of the republican leaders in the orying out for holp. Vitalize these Senate believe that an agreement will weak Inside controlling nerves with be entered into to vote on the tariff Dr. Snoop's Restorative, and see how bill Juue 20, quickly good health will cotno to you Gov. Hadley, of Missouri, has signed ujialn. Test It and see! Sold by Penprohibiting tho smoking of cithe bill ny's Drugstore. garettes In public places by persons beSix men were killed and fourteen setween the ages of 15 and 18 years. SEA Washington special to tho Globe riously Injured in an explosion of a the Wheeling furnace says President Taft will veto tho tariff blast Company,at Wheeling, W. Steel and Va. Iron bill unless the Senate and House lead at somo stage of Pains of women, head pulns, or any Styles up to tho minuto. Prices beyond competition. Wo uiso stnto that era effect reductions the passage of tho bill through Con pain stopped in 20ulnutos suro, with our Spring Lino U now complete. To save money, como ami eeo and bo grcia, fur Ladies, Miwca and Children and Dr. Bhoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See John Norrta. chairman of the Com' full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Pen- couviuced. Our Spring Lino of Shoes Ilauau ami Walkover lines paper, of the American will certainly please. m it tee on our line of Geut's Shoes Newspaper Publishers' Association, ad- ny's Drug Store. strictly reliable. Yours for an honest deal, aro hummers and are a dressed the Sena te Finance Committee ClUKLBS WHEliLKH. A. U. Hall, Montgomery couaty'a la a plea for frw woed pulp and lower WWHMW IHSWi M MHItM. wsWtvVf W PsrsWl MsyMlaM anus ndi m, ' "Cou" Noel Gaines, who was tak-- n Miss Stella Thomas, daughter of the a K". SUMMER Wr CONCRETING ar PHILLIPS BROS., WEAR. lmnil-Hfim- it tuo-iitor- to Jesse Wearen, Weak Kidneys At last the hot weather is here and it calls for Cool Garments, Two-PieSuits, Light Weight, Full Bloomer Trousers, Negligee Safeguard the Future Shirts, Light, Cool Underwear, ce , month-Tab- Dr. Snoop's Low Show Gauze Socks, Straw and Panama Hats, Low Collars and Narrow Ties. These are the articles needed now and we can furnish them in y Restorative 14-1- many prices and patterns. H. J. McflOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Ma-hon- M 2 I Prescription Pointers It is customary for every druggbt to claim be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be bcit. ! jq pK JSm jjfc to SjjS JiJ ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. Qj This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete slock of arugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the ex- perience. ijjj JS wfS A I) ra g eg j ppj PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. jo 'yyjjyCii' rtj Are You Going To Build ? Whilo wo aro hero to build the Lincoln county court houie nnd, (hould tho building fover striko you, why not have it little talk with us? "Wo uro u a better position to build you n uico Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House n4 E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. MILLINERY. being able to buy all materials cheaper nnd therefore uro in position to put n building up for n considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too einnll uiid tho distance will not utop m from figuring with you, matters not where you live. Wo invito any prospective builder to givo us a trial. Wo furnish nil plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. OUR LAWK FENCE is n less expensive and better foneo tlm wpod. More ornuinciital, dura-bi- o and a timo saver us you need no saw, hummer and nails to keep it Iu repair. Call at our storo, seo tho beautiful fabric and rated mid let u show villi tho low prices on a good fenco job. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. Wt lit-J- , i JJrii fl'if itiju v.'.M l1 " v i" wm .,,.. , t, a i jT"3i 5 Cents In tlic price of fliort lengths In Brown Cotton, a 7c vnluc. In Addition to The Remnants 4' , ..-- 4 Cents Yard for Wash Torschon Insertions for trimming Linpnc Suits or Cotton Goods. 3 m m 5 Cents For Short lengths in npron Gingham, the 7c kind. i on Sale ' gold f.1'1 5 "Wo 3-- 4c this week nml next, wo offer other attractive hnrgains. 5 Cents imiallr arc constnntlv For choico of n good line Drees Ginghams, usually sold at 10c. I (l 11 For t 4. choice, of 10 good pnttcrtH in Hamhiirg nnd insertion, cents. looking for and placing within your reach attractive merchandire; This nt 8 spneo is kept huy heralding tho fact that Scvcrance'H Store is tho place to Per yard for trade. Good that appeal to your tasto and make your pureo glad. Conic this week and next to get tho Ilemnnnt. 5 Cents h Hlcach Curtain Drapery, the 7c kind. ' m, I SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Stanford, Ky., & SON. binder twino call on T. D. STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. iMartin m i R "" ' i. Born, to tho wife of Adolph a daughter. Place your order for wlro fenco be- - Buy a new Perfection oil stovo If you John N. Menefee Jr., is with the fore the advance. Geo II. Farrls. want tho best. Geo. H. Farrls. ICC CHF.AM soda water at Penny's rest of the Shriners in Louisville. Druf( Store. Try somo of Wilkinson & Singleton's There m no show at Theatorium Mr. John B. Nevius, wife and baby, last night, but will be open of Lebanon Junction, aro with his country killed beef, pork and mutton. PERSONALS. Attend. mother here. For Sale. Cow peas and German Miss Stella IturLEY is at homo millet seed. Morris, littlo son of J. L. Jnrvli, Is Sims' water wagon was hero yesterC C. Carpenter, Huston Until further notice wc will sell nny nrticlc in our store 111. from Omaha, Neb., whero sho taught ville. day and left lots of tho health-givinW. O. Walker was In Lexington tho past year. Olympian water. nt Bedding plants are now ready and Wednesday. Miss Belle Hoot, of Danville, is Court day Monday. If you owo this Miss Margaret Warren is visiting spending tho Summer with her brother, we are'ready to put them out. Ed Hubofllco any thing, please obligo us by Mr. A D. Hoot. in Louisville. bard. calling in and settling. Miss Mattie Paxton went over to Mr. Will Severance was In Iuis-vlll- e d JUST received a of wire fencLexington to sea Miss Paulino Denny Wednesday. Mr. T. J. Rorinson, executor of J. ing, barbed wire and nails. George II. We will give TWENTY-FIVTER CENT. OFF on any Miss Minnie Sine Is visiting relatives Hocker graduate. C Robinson's estate, sold to Frozuro Farrls. Mr. W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, in Indiana and Ohio. Skirt left in our house. Also quite n number of odds and ends Hurt the stock of furniture at LancasMr. S. J. Hell and son. Addison, went to Louisville Wednesday to see his Look in Tribute & Pence's handsomo ter at cost, carriago and $100. Is very ill. In Casey. nnd remnants that go nt cost nnd less than coL This is sister, who spent last week china closets for Mrs. McClary's d Mr, T. B. Hammonds, of Stanford, Mr. D. T. Clark, of Parksvlllc, was The Christian Endeavor at Turners-vlll- e china. strictly acost proposition. If you want to save money this is and son, Dr. J. T., of Baldock, were will havo an ico cream and strawhere attending court this week. MY salo of furniture, etc., will comJudge James Denton, of Somerset, here Friday. Liberty News. berry supper Saturday evening in the your .opportunity. Mrs L. A. Fariss and Miss Ama mence at 10:30 Monday on court-hous- e school house at that place. Everybody was here attending court this week. invited. Mr. F. K. TniniiLE, of Danville, Barker, of Hustonville, were guests square. Mrs. E. Higgins. passed up to Middlesboro Wednesday. Tuesday of Mrs. II. D. Aldridgo. Eventually you will use Denham's Brown. Mr. W. H. Brown, an aged Mrs. W. N. Craig returned from Hex Coal In your cook stove. Why not Thomas and Elsie Coleman arc and respected citizen of Casey, Is dead with their father at Cary, Hell county. Frankfort Wednesday night. Sho left begin now and save tho difference ? after a protracted illness. He was a Master James Thompson, of ML little Shclton Marshall Saufley very III. Yards at Stanford nnd Rowland. brother of Mesdames Levi Myers and Mesdames James Owens of Arte-muVernon, visited his sister, Mrs. L. II. neighbors nnd friends have my Isaiah White, of this county, and a and J. II. Durham, of Bryants-vlllThe Hughes. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. are guests of Mr. II. D. Aldridgo heartfelt thanks for their faithfulness good man. MR. It. E. IlENRV. of the Lancaster and many kind deeds during tho illness Record. Dassed through to Louisville and family. There will be no fair at Crab OrchMiss Jean and Master James Alex- and death of my wife. J C. Colson. Tuesday. ard this yea', tho association having Paxton entertained a number of Miss Sara HaughmaN has returned ander n delightful Swallowed Cariiolic Acid. Little gone into liquidation. It is probable nrotraeted visit to friends at their littlo friends with from party Tuesday afternoon. son of Dep that another company will be formed James Hester, CatlctUburg. Mr. J. H. Bright and wife did not uty Sheriff and Mrs. William II. lies and the grounds purchased by timo to Misses Alma Fitzgerald and Ora locate at Dallas, N C, but went on to havo n fair in 1010. r.nthrip. of Danville, have been with Hock Hill. S. C, whero their daughter, tcr, got hold of somo carbolic acidTues day and drank a half teaspoonful. Ho Mrs. II. It. Mills, resides. We desire to thank our good friends Mrs. J. L. Jar vis. N. Taylor, Augusta, was fearfully burned nnd for a timo it Mrs. Weaken Hail, of Kansas City, Is Kansas, A. In Casey countyof tho bed- was thought that he could not live, but and neighbors for their kindness to us is ot in tho illness and death of our dear wife visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. side of her mother, Mra. J. M. Hector. he was doing nicely yesterday with George D. Wcarcn. Later. Mrs. Hector died Wednesday good chances for his recovery. This and mother. If they are not rewarded on earth we hope they will be in heavJohn M. Mount writes us to change afternoon. close call for tho littlo fellow should be en. Henry Ulankenship and children. his I. J. from Itoeky Mount, N. C, to warning to thoso who leave the dangerLOCALS. Grifton, that State. Ben D. Herndon, son of Capt. Wil ous tluld In the reach of their littlo I.ltiOEY cut glass nt Mueller's. O'Uannon and AnMisses Hoiiekta liam Herndon. has been nominated by ones. elected teachnie Holtxclaw havo been the republicans of Garrard for county Binder twine at W. II. Higgins ers In tho Stanford Graded School. Mr. J. L. Brooks, of tho Lexington attorney. What the democratic nomiAldridge and baby, of See our $2.25 washing machines. Geo. Gazette, was hero Tuesday advertising nee for that office, Joseph E. RobinMrs. S. II. Garrard, spent several days with Mcs. . Farris. the cheap and delightful outing that son, will do for him will be abundant. dames Will Stono and U. S. Traylor. paper Is arranging for. For $22 CO ono See our Glass Ovendoor Hangc. Tho can spend a week at Algonac Island, the We print the premium list of the Lin- Mrs. Sam Johnson and daughter, Miss Florence Johnson, of Lancaster, newest and best appliance for ranges. city of tents. The paper guarantees eoln county fair, which will be held at George II. Farris. wero gueaU of Mrs. It. M Newland. that the railroad fare, Pullman service Stanford July 21, 22, 23. Read it over Miss Ella Lee Uarnette has reThe Ladies' Aid Society will meet and board en route, on the island and and note the liberal premiums offered. 'is- turned to her home In Hustonvillo af- at tho Christian church at 2:30 o'clock returning shall not exceed tho abovo The fair of this year promises to bo tho amount. ter an extended trip through tho West. prompt, Saturday. It Is about as cheap as stay utggest and best over. Make your arrangements to attend. Mrs. C. K. Beckett and daughter, ing at home. For further particulars . For the next 30 days I will sell ge- seo Miss Ella Mac Saunders, who is The worst cloud-burMiss Frances Heckctt, of Kansas City, in years ocaro visiting Mesdamea C. E. Tato and raniums and all kinds of pot plants at getting up a crowd, which will go July curred around Point Leavell, Garrard county, Tuesday and as the result of it cost. Ed Hubbard. T. A. Hico. 20th. Slavin's storo and a blacksmith shop ItEV. '.. 0. AVERY and wife, of Faraway, two livery The infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Col. W. P. Walton was down from were washed J W. Sweeney, of horses i III , who havo been with Mr. Lanbelonging to mer City, for the first timo in caster, were drowned and tho driver Wednesday Shelby, Jr., of the Shelby City section, Lexington and Mrs. J. L. Jarvls, left lived but a few days. about 10 days. He has been busily en barely escaped with his life. A bridge for Richmond, Va. on tho K. C. was washed away and made a quick trip Mr. F. H. Miller Taxes. -- The tax books for 1100 ore gaged in setting up ofllces in tho Phoe- traffic was delayed many hours. Great nix Hotel, whero he will carry on a damago was done fencing, etc. to Atlanta this weeK. Ho left hero now ready. Come in and get your rebrokerage business on a modest scale, Sunday night and roturned for break- ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. Reports have been numerous sinco Mr, Many of our citizens are drifting to.ii.ni.i.-i.- . fast Tuesday morning. For Rent. Best livery stablo in Walton retired from tho newspaper wards Bright' dlseaso by neglecting Mrs. S. C. Trueheart, of Nashville, ordcra her paper sent to Monteagle, Crab Orchard Near depot nnd conven- field in Frankfort that he would enter symptoms of kidney nnd bladder trouTenn,, whero sho and Miss Mary My era ient to traveling public. Hotel Leon, journalism at some other point In tho ble which Foloy's Kidney Remedy will Crab Orchard. Ky. State, but ho stated with emphasis tho qmckiv euro. New Stanford Drug Co. have gone for the Summer. .M . other day that ho never expects to run is M. Ireland, of Corinth, Mrs. J. There wjll bo a great gamo of ball n newspaper again. Frankfort cor. Lucy, tho daughter of Mr. Kentucky. Of She with her son. Prof. J. W. Iroland. and Mrs. Adam Whittaker. of liuckeve. at Lancaster this afternoon, when the Courier Journal. was drowned in Hickman Creek. is accompanied by her two grand child- Lancaster and Richmond teams will President Clarcnco LeBus la ren, Gladys and Margaret Ireland. lock horns. Gamo called at .1:30. A Circuit Court. Laz Ferni was ac- ceive n salary of $15,000 for his to re serviMr. M. I). Hughes was on Tuesday's brass band will bo on hand. quitted of tho chargo of horse stealing. ces this year. returning from Louisville. Mra train in tho a "Ed Callahan must die" is tho bulle Singleton Bros., of Crab Orchard, Virgil Hunt was givena car year Hughes, who went with him, remained at Rowland. tin renorted from Crocketsvillo bv tele pen for breaking into and is visiting her son, Mr. It. E. lost a (ockct book containing n check Dud Bickncll was acquitted of a similar phone. w. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT on W. M. Monk, a $5 bill and somo Hughes. charge. Gcorgo Bengo got two years J. B. PAXTON, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER Tins ofllco had n call Wednesday from papers. Finder can keep tho monoy if for forgery. Tho grand jury adjourned J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. Mr. J. Leon Nuckols and pretty sister, he will return tho book and papers. Wednesday after returning CG Indict(Irniluute Optician, Miss Lalla Hookh Nuckols, of Crab Or H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Dunn & Adams' lot salo In Danville ments. Tho caso of M. G. Murphy Stanford. Ky., chard. They were accompanied by Mr. DIREOTORSi Saturday afternoon, prom against G. A. Waltor, J. B. McKcoand Hays Foster. In M. Vntulmeer'n itoro ises to bo largely attended. A number J. W. Acton now has tho attention of Otllce urn l. O.All work Kunrnnteed,on Kant J. B. Owsloy, Stanford; S. II. Shauks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford Mum Al.o and Misses Mrs. James F. Holdam of Lincoln county people who have the court. Mr. Murphy built a pike keen, in Hock all ni.ortuient of arnulio. John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Kan- Marie and Virginia Mahony went to money to invest, will go down and Md. from Kingsville to tho Casey county plume, nnd u lull lino of rvrorili. kiu, Lancaster; J. II. Paxton, Stunford; W. II. Traylor, . Orchard to seo "Among tho Crab line but tho work was not satisfac Gilberts Creek; II. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. tho young pco-pl- o A meeting- of tho 15 postmasters tory and tho threo gentlemen compos Breakers" presented by II. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburu of Lincoln county will bo held in ing the committee for tho county would of the Baptist church. Jeweler nn J Oiitlclnn, Gooch, Gilberts Creek. HOCKER went to Lexington tho Stanford postotllco at 2:30 r. M., not receive it. About $2,500 is asked MR. J. S. M'KINNEY, KENTUCKY. daughter, Misa June 14th, to form a leaguo for the Wmlnniriav to aeo his for. up Uxk you Hint old Jewelry that your JewelPauline Denny Hocker, graduate from good of tho service. Lot all the P. Ms. l repaired. Wo will Following is the program of tho El- - er lnUIIt Intoiould not Jewelry. OKI ring. new atjle University. Sho received bo on hand. work' Transylvania remoaeiou wiiu uiiuny mounting,, ne.t be Riven nt ocutionary Contest to the degreo of Bachelor of Arts. II.W necliicleii uer altered. Ke te.led Havb you seen tho now lino of Whit-maOpera House Wednesday night free, runt watch work u identity. Miss Nell Warren has returned and ferns for ferneries at tho fromCavo Springs, Ga., whero sho Stanford Greenhouse? Also tho 'very next, 16th: Address by tho Chairman, Tht McKlnniy Wooltn Mills, taught this year. Miss Josephino War- best bedding plants. Geraniums from lion. W. II. Shanks; Misa Mary Hob-ertaccompanied by Somerset, Subjects. "Tho Fiddlo will arrive McKlnniy, Ky. all of ren 60c per dozen up. Special attention her uunt, Mrs. W. S. Elkln, of Atlanta. given to cut flower orders. Lena L. Told;" Miss Duncan Foster, Richmond, Solo-M- iss I now In oiHTiitUm nnd I. ready to ioro Dr. W. M. Dooues left Wednesday Hampton, Florist, Logan Ave., Stan Subject: "Aux Itallens;" Vocal I.iiuejn, In niiikliiK Mary Mcltoberts, Danville; Miss the nubileKlnunela, Ynriii, Jean.will either for Sholbyville, Ind., whero ho will vis-- ford. Ktr lllunkeU. Lucy Walker Doty, Lancaster, Subject: work wool or exchange goodafnr it. HighCharles Spelglo, his daughter, Mrs. price for wool, Mil J. 4. Hammonds, who Bold his "Lilly Sevosso's Itido;" Misa Pattio est uiurket (' It. WHIOHT. I'ror. for a while. From there ho will go to Chicago and spend several months with store at ifubblo two weeks ago, has Crum, Danville, Subject: "A Mon; TlTeYrutfi o bought of Mr. A. J. Weddlo his ologue;" Violin Solo-M- iss Em Smith, his daughter, Mrs. Livingston. in Every person in this city who isuf farm near Hustonville, at $85. Tho Danville; Miss Nell Atkinson, Harroda-burMts 11EGINA Schusten, of El Paso, Pimples, DandMcCor-mac- k Subject: "Paulino Pavlovns," fering from Eczema, Texas, wbo has boon the guest of Miss farm is known as tho Emmett placo and Is a good ono. Mr. by T. N. Aldridgo; Misa Mary Kate AN ruff or any form of skin or scalp Lalla Itookh Nuckols, of Crab Orchard, can find relief and be permanentleft Monday for St. Louis, where sho Hammonds will get possession Jan. 1. exander, Georgetown, Subject, Select-cd- ; ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi Bass Solo Prof. J. W. Ireland, brother, and from We hope Mr. Weddlo, who hi a most be joined by her external use. All durggiiti sell ZEMC there they will go to Europe to be gone excellent citizen, will not leavo Lincoln Stanford; Piano Selection Miss Kate eouaty. PENNY'S ORUS STORE. Nwlad, Stanford. year. - Jfsi: 11, 1U0O sick. Miss friends. Little Miss Pearl Emdry Is is quite For best Newland. Grace Otter with Loutsvlllo See tho only complcto and range on the market at Farrls'. Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Farmer. Wedding and graduating presents of quality at Mueller's. I 10 Per Cent Discount. g lO Per Cent. Off. E car-loa- -- ! hand-painte- via HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., s, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, e, d American Held Fence. Strongest and Best. n A Car Just Received. 'J a m The Price is Lower. SI W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Stanford, Cbe Lincoln County national Bank $50,000.00 Capital, Surplus, Resources, 38,000.00 340,000.00 J. F. HILL, N. - J. DYE, Wnl-ton- 's ni Highest Market Prices Paid For a, kinds It COUNTRY PRODUCE 120-aer- y, dis-cas- e Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. IMORTHCOTT, Stanford Ai - V iV The Interior Journal. JkiimtJinite MMttd-cIoPott-Octe- ts FARMER'S DEPARTM1WT. R. L. Murphy bought 100 sheep In Casey at $3. Stanford ol New wheat Is being sold at Denton, PREMIUM LIST LINCOLN C0OH17 FAIR STANFORD, KENTUCKY. maKff, Texas, at L. 5N. TITOETHBLE No. ll,H0Ulh,ll:MP. No. H, North, No. It. North, No.TT, 10:17 A, $1.45 to fl.CO. W, C. CundlfT bought for $4,GC0 Vaughan's interest In Vaughan & Her-rcn- 's d IM, 22 and 23. 15 00 10 00 No.W,Houth,ll:OSA X. :o a. m. M. M. No.,!tOp. x. :S7 r. M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. roller mill at Liberty. Dcering twine binder, second-handebut In good running order, for sale, cheap. Stigall Bros., Morcland. Bald Hazard, owned by Embry Bros., of this place, ran last In a field of eight at Latonla Tuesday. It was his first Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July -a- aasssss jbbbT 21, No. 31 Best f !f A. E. Hundley & Son have purchased nowor boiler and rnRlnennd inw the farm of W. D. Nave which joins mill tor nl. 'Will lull clthur or both. theirs on the Harrodsburg pike. The Kjr, OHAft. KNRil.tx,Ottenhlm, Pontomce, Wnynetburg, Ky. p'ace contains 251 acres. Advocate. The man who has not taken advantage of tho wet spell to set out his tobacco deserves not to have any of the weed this year. There was never such I dtilro to noil prlvntrlr my stock of Ilanlnnre. Doing n good busi- a season. ness. Will Invoice about 11100. ltenaon Largo barns of E. W. Scott, near 111 henltb. Waddy, and B. G. Long, near Finch-villOKO. n. IIOPI'EIl, Htanford, Ky. Shelby county, were struck by lightning and burned, together with all FOR SALE ! start. First Day, July 21. MULES. MULE CLASS. No. 1 Best mnrc mule colt under 1 year.... $10 00 $7 to 1st; $3 to 2nd. 10 00 No. 2 Best horse mule colt under 1 yenr $7 to 1st; S3 to 2nd. No. 3 Best mnrc mule 1 yenr old nnd under 2 10 00 $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No. 1 Best horse mule 1 yenr old nnd under 2 10 00 $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No. 5 Best mnre nnd mule colt (colt nt side) 15 00 " 810 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. mn.c or gelding 2 years old nnd under 3 $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 35 Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. PONIES. mare and colt, (mnre 48 Inches nnd under) $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No, 37 Best stnllion, mnre or gelding, not over 52 inches; show optionnl $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No. 38 Best pony, driven by boy or girl $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. SADDLE CLASS. No. 39 Best stnllion 3 years old nnd under 4 $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 40 Best stnllion 4 yenrs old and over $20 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. HIGH ACTING HARNESS CLASS. No. 41 Best mnrc or gelding nny nge $20 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. ROADSTER CLASS. No. 42 Best mnrc or gelding 3 years old nnd No. 3Q Best 10 00 e, 10 00 10 00 the contents. T. M. Green, owned by Senator K. Surgeon Dentist, L. Hubble, won a great race at LatonKENTUCKY. la Monday. He not only broke the STANFORD, track record but defeated a good field. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in A number of the Stanford sports cashed tickets on T. M. Green. the Owsley Building. cientiflc preparation foi external use. Stopt Itching instantly aad destroys the germs that cause skin ' ttiMMct. Eczema quickly yields and is trmanently cured by this remarkable acdicine. All Druggists. Write for sam- pie. E.W.Rom Med. Co., St. Louts, Mo, A. S. PRICE, HORSES. SADDLE CLASS. No. 6 Best horse colt under 1 year old $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 7 Best filly colt under 1 yenr old $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 8 Best mnre or gelding 1 yenr old nnd under 2 $7 to 1st: 3 to 2nd. No. 9 Best mare or gelding 2 years old nnd under 3 $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 10 Best mare or .gelding 3 years old and 15 00 15 00 15 00 30 00 i ' ZEMO, Eczema is Curable r ' Penny's Drug Store. When Ordering Clothes JIbts your measure token by a tailor of rlotbes, will have that Individuality and tit which plainly Indicate they were made to your.measure. I wlllnlio take your mens-urlor extra trouseri, fancy vests, top coats and oercoats. Hprlng and Hummer samples on band ready lor ) our Inspection. H. O. RUPhEY.The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. perience. Then your clothes, wbetbern low price business suit or the finest evening ex- H Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid lor external use. Zemo gives instant -- elief and permanently cures any form it Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I FARM FOR SALE The farm of HOacrfs, of good blue grass land, llng one mile North of McKlnney.on the Stanford pike. lniroenient nnd fencing good; plenty of water and fruit. Also 123 ncres of timbered land one mile .East of McKluuej ; half under fence; plenty of wnternnd good tobacco land. Hee grow J.A.UIVKNM.Agent. ngicrop. McKlnney.Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Mad Mullah. Note. It is reported that the Mad Mullah has a band of hunters on the Roosevelt trail near Nairobi. Mad Mullah on a summer day, Called out his band In fierce array. "You hot Somali men," said he, "Must get some great big game for me; The rhino, hippo and them all. Compared with this are mighty small." Mad Mullah smiled when thus he spoke; His hot Somalia saw the joke. "We're on, we're on, they yelled in glee; Now turn us loose and you shall see How quickly we will go and find That great game you have in mind." Mad Mullah grinned, for well he knew What hunting stunts his band could do. "Good, hot Somalia, " said he then, "Now scatter and come back again With that big game, for if you fail The bunch of you will go to jail. You said you would; don't stir my ire; You know how I despise a liar. ' You'll have a corking time, I hope, And bring him hither on the lope." The hot Somalia bowed and skipped, Resolved to have the big game nipped. Mad Mullah, in the desert hot, Waits, wondering if they will or not. -- W. J. Lampton, N. Y. World. 10 00 30 00 15 00 under 20 00 4 20 00 $15 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. HARNESS CLASS. No. 42J-Hcst rocknwny mare or gelding ony nge 15 00 $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 43 Best stnllion 4 years old and over 30 00 $20 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE CLASS. No. 4 1 Best snddle stnllion. mnrc or gelding nny nge 150 00 $90 to 1st; 40 to 2nd; 20 to 3rd. under 4 $15 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. PHAETON PONIES. No. 1 1 Best phaeton mare or gelding nny age, 15 hands and under $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. 10 00 prices. The Return. I can furnish the public with the best, ns well ns the freshest of cut (lowers, plants of all kinds, bullM, patted flowers, on short He sought the old scenes with eager notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths feet, for for funeral purpoies. The scenes he had known as a boy, In connection with the nliore, Ilme nil kinds of vujetnblos on huud at reasonable "Oh, for a draught of those fountains OHIUBTMAN GUKKN HOITMKS. KD HUlllUKI). l'HOK. And a taste of that vanished joy 1" Stanford, Ky He roamed the fields, he wooed the His schoolboy paths essayed to trace; The orchard ways recalled his dreams, The hilis were like his mother's face. O sad, sad hills O cold, cold hearth In sorrow he learned this trut- hOne may return to the place of birth, He can not go back to his youth. 1 sweet, THOROUGHBRED HORSES. No. 12 Best thoroughbred stallion, mare or gelding, any nge, nge considered $7 to 1st: 3 to 2nd. SPECIAL CLASS. 12H Best suckling colt (either sex) by Beau Naboth 815 cash to 1st; Season for 1910 to 2nd; 85 cash to SPECIAL CLASS. No. 13 Best fancy turnout; single horse; decorations not considered; stallions barred $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. WALKING CLASS. No. 14 Best walking mare or gelding, (soundness not considered), nny nge $10 to 1st: 5 to 2nd. HARNESS CLASS. No. 15 Best pair of mares or geldings nny age $20 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 1G Best stallion 3 years old and under 1 $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 17 Best mare or gelding 3 years old and 10 00 35 00 3rd. Third Day, July HORSES. 23. 15 00 15 00 15 00 23 00 15 00 under 4 20 00 streams. 'A2i SftsP Feslhers, Tallow, Beeswax. Glnsnm. Golden Seal, (Yellow Root), etc We are Dealers, and can do belter for you insa aceats or commission merchants. neierence, any tstan in Louuville. Write for weekly price list and snip ping tags. We furnish wool bags free. I 535 JWEVAWamw 1I nuv your ! mm mm HIDESFURS if 1 1 A Thrilling' Rescue. ETDUtHC IN 1SSS 229 E. MarketSt LOUISVILLE. M.SABELtlSONS, How Bert R. Lean, of Cheny, Wash., was saved from a frightful death Is a KY. J, L.Beazley&Co., SBBbVBjSbV SmmBSuSbB&vy4 BBJBBJBBBJBBBjSBbbbbbbGBj IflsJsBEilPBssileWS Undertakers and Embalm rs. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs,Rug. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call, Prices Right. story to thrill the world. "A hard cold," he writes, "brought on a lung trouble that battled an ex pert doctor here. Then I paid 810 to $15 a visit to a lung specialist In Spo-kanwho did not help me. Then I went to California, but without benefit. At last I used Dr. King's New Discovery, which completely cured mo and now I am as well as over.1' For Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whooping Cough its supremo. 60c and 81 'trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. . At a meeting of the trustees of Syracuse University Chancellor James R. Day announced that John D. Archlbold had given $300,000 to cancel the mortgage on the property, and that during the year he had given an additional des-pera- to $15 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. ROADSTER CLASS. No. 18 Best pair any nge. regardless of sex, color or ownership $20 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. COMBINED CLASS. No. 19 Best mare or gelding any age $20 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. ROADSTER CLASS. No. 20 Best stallion nny nge $30 to 1st; 15 to 2nd: 5 to 3rd. 30 00 30 00 50 00 Second Day, July 22. JACKS, JENNETS AND MULES. No. 21 Best jack any nge, age considered $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 22 Best jennet any age, age considered... $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. MULE CLASS. No. 23 Best mare mule 2 years old nnd under 15 00 15 00 HARNESS CLASS. No. 45 Best stnllion 2 yenrs old and under 3 $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. SADDLE CLASS. No. 40 Best stallion 1 year old nnd under 2... $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. SPECIAL CLASS. No. 47 Best mare and colt (colt nt side, either sex), regardless of breeding $10 to 1st: 5 to 2nd. SADDLE CLASS. . No. 48 Best stnllion 2 yenrs old nnd under 3 810 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 49 Best mnre 4 years oltl nnd over 820 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. COLT STAKE. No. 50 Best colt (either sex) 833 to 1st; 10 to 2nd; 5 to 3rd. 10 per cent, entrance fee to enter by July 17th. Seven to enter nnd five to show. NEW YORK SADDLE CLASS. No. 51 Best walk-trnnd canter mnre or gelding, any age $15 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. ROADSTER CLASS. No. 52 Best mnrc or gelding nny nge 820 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. ot 10 00 15 00 15 00 30 00 50 00 20 00 30 00 PONIES. No. 53 Best pony, ridden by boy or girl; rider not to lie over 12 years of nge 87 to 1st: 3 to 2nd. No. 51 Best fancy turnout, under 51 inches; lO'OO three 10 00 00 00 00 00 decorations considered: driven by boy or girl 87 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. 10 00 17 $75,000. STAFFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, $ fr i To avoid serious results take Foley's Kidney Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache, urinary Irregularities, ex haustion, and you v. Ill soon be well. New Stanford Drug Co. Following the suicide of a partner, A. Milton Holden, Fred S. Osborne tiled in the circuit court at Detroit, Mich.. an assignment of all the property of the brokerage firm of tred S. Osborne SLVmEr &Co. m m A tickling or dry cough can be $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No. 21 Best horse mule 2 years old nnd under 3 10 $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No. 25 Best mare mule 3 years old and over ID $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No. 20 Best horse mule 3 years old nnd over 10 $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. No. 27 Best mule nny nge 20 $15 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 28 Best pair mules any age, regardless of 20 sex or color . $15 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. To be shown to a farm wagon, with heavy harness. No. 29 Best suckling colt (either, sex) by Chester Peavine 35 820 to 1st; 10 to 2nd; 5 to 3rd. HORSES. No. 55 Best stnblc 4 horses, handled by one 20 00 mnn 815 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. HARNESS CLASS. No. 50 Best mnre 4 years old nnd over 820 4o 1st; 10 to 2nd. SADDLE CLASS. No. 57 Best gelding 4 years old and over 820 to 1st: 10 to 2nd. SPECIAL CLASS. No. 58 Best fancy turnout, single horse, decoration; stallions barred 815 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. MODEL RING. 30 00 30 00 00 20 00 00 quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. A monument of marblo or granite to cost about $8,500 is to bo erected by the United States Government in the Confederate section of Finn's Point national cemetery at Salem, N. J. m HORSES. HARNESS CLASS. No. 30 Best gelding 4 years old nnd over $20 to 1st; $10 to 2nd. No. 31 Best filly colt under 1 "year old $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 32 Best horse colt under 1 year old $10 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. No. 33 Best mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 $7 to 1st; 3 to 2nd. 30 00 15 00 15 00 Vpajertaker.' Cmbalmer and aler IrfHarness, Saddlery, STANFORD, arwrkiM.teT, KY- - HeaM.iaes t, Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an' qulcklycheck all colds and the Grip. Try them ODce and seel old by Pennyi Drug More. I'reventlcs-tho- se o. 10 00 No. 59 Best stnllion, mnrc or gelding 15 810 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. HARNESS CLASS. No. CO Best puir nny age, regardless of sex, color or ownership 30 820 to 1st; 10 to 2nd. COMBINED CLASS. No. 01 Best stallion any ago 20 815 to 1st; 5 to 2nd. SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER CLASS. No. 02 Best stallion, mare or gelding any age 150 890 to 1st; 40 to 2nd; 20 to 3rd. 00 00 00 00 S. T. HARRIS, President. J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. &.. i .i .