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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 22, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909062201_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 22, 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. flMHF" r fT iPr(,w 'v vol. XXXVII. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 22. 1009. NO. 33, I IV V (S IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. MATRIMONIAL. NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. Mrs. Suo Ray Smith, aged 30, Is dead Is dead at Judgo John W. Lockett Morris CundifT and Miss Margaret McCormack, Myers & Vaughn sent a at Marksbury, Garrard county. Porch, popular young pcoplo of Somcr- - Henderson, car load of lambs to Louisville Saturbeen organized to set, were married Friday. A company ha Tho First Kentucky Regiment will go day at GJo. open a lead mlno near Dunnvllle, Caaoy L. C. Dunn has returned from being Announcement has been made of tho into camp near Frankfort Aug. 21. county. engagement of Miss May Tinsley, of A firo caused tho death of flvo men treated by a specialist In Louisville. He H. D. Sowder, a son of,A. C. Sowder, liarbourville, to Charles W. Rathfon, and CO horses in Hoard of Trado livery Is greatly improved. of Level Green, died in Lexington asy- - of Port Huron, Mich. Wheat harvesting is in full blast now barns at Duluth, Minn. lum. A torrential rain brought to an ab- and many think their crop will bo shortThe engagement is announced of Miss Mra. Mary A. Hncklcy, one of the Lucilo Collins, of this city, to Mr. Rob- rupt halt tho ravages of tho forest fires er than they expected. Somo crops, moat highly respected and beloved however, are fine. ert liurkc, of Danville. Miss Collins is in Malno and Now Hrunswlck. in Hoylo county, died at her home tho charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. While attempting to ford Kaw Creek, Dr. A. W. Cain, of Somerset, has In Danville. J. S. Collins, and Is very popular so- four miles north of Boyton, Okla., Mrs. sold the Wright farm of 187 acres to Lum Sowder ahot and instantly killed cially throughout tho bluo grass, Her Rentle, a farmer's wife, and her two A. J. Wcddlo at f95. Mr. Weddle also bought tho growing crop and all tho Bill Bullock at Dallas, Pulaski county, flanco Is a prominent business man. children wcro drowned. Saturday. Tho trouble was the' result Tho dato of tho wedding has not been John Itarth, aged 35 years, receiving stock. Up to Sunday evening there had been of an election difficulty. announced, but it is understood that it teller for tho Cleveland TrustCompany, MIm Carrie Woods died at tho home will tako place In the near future, 'of Cleveland, O., committed suiciclo in 13 additions to tho Baptist church dur ing tho present meeting. Services will of Gforge Huffman In Garrard, after n Richmond Register. Miss Collins has tho cellar of tho bank. lingering illness duo to tuberculosis. visited Miss Sara Dunn here, and is a Forty Kentucky counties arc in dan- continue until Thurday night. All inShe was 17 years of ago. relative of J. M. Alverson, of this of- ger of being without country schools vited. Eleven innings were necessary SatG. I. McArthy, of Emery Gap, Tcnn , fice. for ono year unless tho Fiscal Courts urday to decide the ball game between was fired on from ambuih and is in tho The Kansas City Star of June G has make levies before July 1. Gov. Willson has refused to remit Hustonvllle and Junction City here Somerset Sanitarium for treatment. the following account of the wedding His wounds are not considered danger- in Kansas City, of Miss Catherine the State's part of the $10,000 fine Saturday, the latter winning by a score ous. Elizabeth Cooper, of that city, and Mr against tho Indian Refining Company of 7 to 5. A Dutch watch peddler disposed of Attorneys Harding, Puryear &. Itaw-ling- Thomas Itarrett Caryon, of Poncn City, fur polluting tho waters of Elkhorn 23 "cold" watches hero Thursday in a of Danville, havo filed suit In tho son of J. E. Carson, formerly of this creek. Blcwett Lee, son of the late Gen. few hours and went his way rejoicing. Pulaski Circuit Court for $.10,000 dam- county: On Wednesday evening, June ages for the killing of John S. Uetts, 2, at 8:30 o'clock, a simple but pretty Stephen D. Lee, has been named to The price was about half of what the wedding was solemnized at the homo of succeed Jacob M. Dickinson as head of standard price on a good watch is. an employe of tho company. H. F. Waller and wife and Dowd At Williamsburg Iko Troxall and Jas Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cannon, when Miss the legal department of the Illinois wife and son, William, returnWilson pleaded guilty to the charge of Katherinc Elizabeth Cooper became tho Central. The Supreme Court of Alabama de- ed via Memphis to their home in Oko-lonforgery and were sentenced to two bride of Mr Thomas Barrett Carson, Miss., after a month's stay with years In the penitentiary. They raised of Ponca, Okla. Tho ring ceremony nied thu application of Frank Cazalas, was performed by Rev. S M. Drown, impeached Sheriff of Mobilo county, for relatives here and other Central Kena check from 05 cents to ?95. tucky towns. Nine bids wcro submitted for the of the Michigan Avenue Baptist church, a new trial, thus making his impeachThe republican committee of this construction of tho public building at in the presence of the immediate rela- ment final. The local option election in Warrick Senatorial district has ordered a conLondon. Tho lowest bidder was Alfred tives and friends. Mrs. Wilton E. BaStruck, of Louisville, at $82,211 1. The con played the wedding music. The county, Ind , resulted in a victory for vention to be held here on July 19 for tho "drys," who carried six precincts the purpose of nominating a candidate supervising architect will doubtless brido wore a white mcssalino gown, en train. The tulle veil to tho "wets' " four, tho latter includ- for State Senator. The meeting will award him the contract. bo called to order at 1 P. M. In Alcorn's D. K. Rowlings, of London, was ap- was fastened with a wreath of lillles of ing Boonville. The Pennsylvania State Board of Opera House. pointed special judge of the Knox Cir- the valley, and she carried a shower cuit Court to try several cases In which bouquet of Brido roses and lillles of tho Pardons recommended a pardon for Mr. Artie Green, of Bell county, and valley. Little Helen Katherine White, James B. Gentry, the actor, serving n Miss Nellie Burk, daughter, of E. C. Judgo William Lewis acted in his as Ccmmonwcallh's Attorney be- a niece of the bride, was her only at- life sentence for tho murder of Madgo Burk, of Jumbo, were married at the tendant and carried the ring in a lilly. Yorke, the actress. fore ho succeeded to the bench. home of D. C. Sipple, Rev. Clarence J. Nine men were killed and at least a Sipplc, of London, performing the cer William Frederick Phillips, son of Sho wore a dainty whito embroidered Dr. Gusslo Phillips, formerly of this frock with pink ribbons. Tho ceremo- dozen men and women injured in a emony. Alter a bridal tour they will city, but now of Atlanta, Ga., won the ny room was decorated with ferns, pink head on collision between two heavy return to Bell county to make their highest honor In the Fourth grado at carnations and festoons of smilax and cars of the South Shore electric rail- homu. tho Craw street school of Atlanta. E. pink tulle. The reception hall, library way at Samui Is Crossing, Ind. En route to see a patient on Green In a battle between officers and three river last week, Dr. Alcorn misjudged G. Hicklcy, of Lincoln county, broke and dining room wcro dono inferos and ground for a handsome house In tho baskets of pink carnations and smilax. train robbers who held up u St. Louis, the depth of back water and mud that Miss Lucille Dawes presided at tho Iron Mountain and Southern freight covered tho road near tho river. GetHighlands. Advocate. train near Bragg, Okla., Deputy Con- ting to tho danger point he turned his Robert U Hayes was arrested in the punch bowl. stable Johnson Kirk was killed. at St. Louis as he called for horse back to shoro and by heroic efMen Past Firty In Dangor. Bishop Warren A. Candler, of the forts escaped. He will likely rememn decoy letter mailed in an effort to apMen past middle llfo havu found Methodist Episcopal Church of Georgia, ber his experience for a long time. prehend tho sender of blackmailing missives addressed to officials of the comfort and rclM In r'oley's Kidney was agreed upon us the third arbitraDaylight thieves entered the house of Wabash railroad, containing threats to Kcmedy. L V.. Morris, Doxter, Ky , tor in the disputu between tho Georgia G. W. Mooro Sunday while tho family dynamito tho tracks unless $3,000 were write: "Up to a year ago my father Railroad Company and its firemen. was at church and took a small amount Tho State encampment of United of money, two sides of bacon and a paid to tho writer. Hayes is said to be suffered from kidney and bladder trouble and iocra! physician pro Spanish American War Veterans will ham. With tho keys, which they found a Lebanon, Ky , baker. social function nounced It enlargement of tho prostate bu held at Newport July 2, 3, end 4. in tho house, they unlocked the smoke A pretty was the charming reception for which gland and advised an operation. On Two hundred members of tho military house, where they secured the meat. Mrs. James C. Pickett was the hostess. account of his ago no wcro afraid ho order of the Serpent, Lima, Ohio, will They coolly replaced tho keys and the Thursday afternoon at West View, could not stand 1; and I recommended participate in the parade. robbery was not discovered until Mon their stately old country place north of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and tho first The Kentucky Heating Company was day or the bloodhounds would have been bottle relieved him, and after taking awarded $75,000 damages in its suit put on the trail. town. The occasion, in honor of Mrs. Pick- tho second bottlu tiu was no longer against tho Louisville Gas Company ut Jerry Adams and wife left last week ett's daughters, Mrs. William Tnbble, troubled with this complaint. New Elizabethtown. A judgment of JG0.OO0 for McKinney and other points in Texwas given nt tho first trial, but was as for a visit with relatives. Lottie of Stanford, Ky., and Mrs. Joo Augus- Stanford Drug Co reversed by tho Court of Appeals. tus Pickett, of Washington, Ind.. the Bell and Louise Cook, of Knoxville, ...... M ....- - I!-..- . I,(. UM - ICVUIIfc UtlUU CHURCH MATTERS. f. Frederick B. Weed, former cashier tMilCI to visit their grand parents, Mr. forded tho guests an opportunity of John Shrp. "Adam God," of tho West Virginia Bank, was found and Mrs. A. B. McKinney. Mrs. Nanmeeting the visitors. found guilty of the murder of Patrol- guilty in Criminal Court at Clarksburg, nie Owens has returned to her homo in Tho interior of tho spacious old home man Michael Mullane at Kansas City, W. Va., of making fiilso entries in the Raliegh, N. C. Misses Kathleen Mcwas beautifully decorated in a profusion was given 25 years in tho penitentiary. books of the bank. Thu punishment is Kinney and Roso Sandidge spent a most of blossoms and foliage, tho stairway Dr. C. T. Thompson, of Koskiusko, from two to ten years in tho penitenti- delightful week at the hospitable home being interwoven In green, studded with Miss., preached two fine sermons at tho ary. of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McKinney. Miss crimson poppies. Tho alcove In tho rear Presbyterian church Sunday. Tho docA monument to the privato Confed- Elizabeth Wesley and mother, of Great of tho hall furnished a prettily adorned tor, who is well known here, married erate soldiers was unveiled at Centen- Bend, Kan , aro visiting relatives in recess for tho punch bowl.presidcd over Miss Betsy Pennington, sister of Dr. nial Park, Nashville, Tcnn., Saturday, tho West End. R. II. Givens has reby Misses Francis and Ellen Osborne. in tho presence of an immenso crowd turned to Biloxi, Miss., nfter a two T. W. Pennington, of Stanford. The dining room was aglow with canof people. Judgo S F. Wilson, of the weeks' vacation spent with'his father dles, crimson ramblers and festoons of State Civil Court of Appeals, was the and other relatives. Dr. Josiah Jones, Trouble Makers Ousted. southern smllax. Tho central embellishof Monticello, is spending a few weeks When a sufferer from htomach trou- orator of tho day. No indictments havo been found with his niece, Miss Julia Stagg, and ment of tho tnblo was an embankment ble takes Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills Johnof smllax and rambler roses with other relatives. It has been lover ?0 he's mighty glad to see bis Dyspepsia against John Smith and Elisha on a raro piece of Mexican laco. and Indigestion lly, but more-he- 's son, arrested in connection with tho at- years since his last visit hero, where he A beautifully ladened rose basket, sus- tickled over his new, lino appetite, tempted assassination of Ed Callahan, was born and educated. His many pended from the center celling lent an strong in Breathitt county. It was claimed the friends and clasi mates aro congratunerves, healthy vigor, all artistic finish. stomach, liver and kidneys now evidence was insufficient. The special lating him on his success in his chosen C to G. The jury was profession. Hon. Cloy Godbey, of LibA delicious ico course, with berries work right. 25o at Penny's Drug grand jury stood discharged. and cake, mints and salted nuts furnish- Storo. erty, spent Friday and Saturday with ed a delightful repast. Senator Alex II. Hargls, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. GodMrs. Pickett woro n most becoming Tho Chautauqua at High Bridgo bo- - formerly of Jackson, but now a resident bey. gown of gray acolian cloth. gun Friday with a largo crowd on hand. of Lexington, has purchased the generWomen Who Aro Envied. Mrs. Tribblo's costume was a hand- Soma noted speakers, Including Capt. al merchandise store, rcsidencu and Thoao attractive women who aro some ashes of roses mcssalino, with Richmond Pearson Hobson, Gov. Rob- other real estate of his brother, the laco accessories. ert Glenn, of North Carolina, and Gov. lato Judgo James Hargls, at Jackson. lovely In faco, form and temper are Mrs. J. Augustus Pickett woro her Hanly, of Indiana, will tako part in The prlco paid for tho property is said tho envy of many, who might bo like them. A weak, sickly woman will be wedding gown, a directol'o model in the the program. to bo about $05,000. Daily BulDr. Lenox Newman, aged 22 years, nervous and Irritable Constipation Catawba shadcs.-Mayav- ille . letin. In view of tho declination of Bishop son of Dr. A. M. Newman, who was or Kidney poisons show In pimples, Candler, of Georgia, to act as arbitra- killed in the street fight at Mcadville, blotches, skin eruptions and u wretch Could Not B'eBotter. tor in the strike of tho Georgia railroad Miss., Monday, is dead at Natchez. He ed complexion. For all such, Electric No ono has over mado a salvo, oint- Urcmen, the arbitrators agreed upon is tho third victim of Monday's tragedy. 111 tiers work wonders, lnoy rogulate ment, lotion or balm to comparo with David C. Barrow, chancellor of tho Herbert Applewhite, who was wounded Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify Ducklon's Arnlcu Salvo. Its tho ono University of Georgia, as tho third ar- in the fight, is at tho Natchez sanitari- tho blood, give strong nerves, bright perfoct liealor of Cuts, Corns, Hums, bitrator. um with little chance for his recovery. oyes, puro breath, smooth, velvety UruUes, Sores, Scalds, IlolU, Ulcers, J, II. Hargls, a Simeon county farm- skin, lovely complexion. aiany cnarm-In- g women owo tholr health and beauAn automobile which broke down on er, took a binder into his wheat field Interna, Salt Hheum. For Soro Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands its su- the track was wrecked by an inter-urba- n and after a short run tho machine be- ty to them. Wo at Penny's Drugstore. Infallible for Piles. Only premo. car at Broazelales Crossing, S. came choked up, and upon Investigation Tho governor pardons, before trial, a 25c at Penny's Drug Storo. C. One of the occupants of tho auto he found that a large chicken snako Marshall county man, giving as his reawas killed and three .others wero injur- had wound Itself around tho canvas son that tho man had assisted in supIf you save money, you're a grouch. ed, one of whom will .die. rollers and three good mules could not pressing "night riding." As the inIf you spend it, you're a loafer. removing the can move them. After dictment was for flourishing a deadly If you get it, you're a grafter. A tickling or dry cough can bo vas the snake was unwound and meas weapon In a public place it is not altoIf you don't get it, you'ro a bum, quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's ured four and one-hafeet in length. gether plain just what influence the So what's the use? Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlo periormance nau uu we nigm-Hue- r roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Tho eloverest Imitation of real Cof Kentucky State Journal. fee ever yet made Is Dr. Shoot's To avoid sorlous results take Foley's Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Pravontlcs those Candy Cold Cure Health Coffee. It Is tine in flavor Kidney Remedy at the first sign of or bladder disorder such as President George Dovey, of the Bos- - and is mado In just ono minute. No Tablets will safely anl qulcklycbeck kidney back acbo, urinary irregularities, ex- ton National League Baseball Club, tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made all colds ana me urip. iry mem once old by Penuys Drug train new from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, and seel haustion, and you will scon be well. died oa a Pennsylvania eto. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store Store. New Stanford Drug Oo. Xtsla, O, et s, semi-prince- ss oit-ot!lr summer Styles Monarch Shirts Linen Collars. sV xb tfc t GUARANTEED HOSIERY in New colors. tf Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Now is The Time for fll. ....j, ar-liv- self-style- d Lawn Mowers, Hay Rakes, Hay Forks, Mowing Blades, Ice Cream Freezers, Fruit Jars, Gar- den Hose, Sprinklers, Binder Twine, Harvesting Oil, &c. Call on . H. H1GGINS, Stanford.lKentucky. candi-labru- m Ex-Sta- Use Arnold's Buggies There is nothing better. We paint Old hicles and make them look like new. Getlour prices. Wejsolicit your trade. Ve- R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. MR. FAllMEIl: Make your home as modern for your family as u city residence, ami placo you reel fin a position to get the lutcet market isolations at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephouo service, which you and your neighbors can get fur a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest oflico or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenth, lor information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you aro not at preseiit enjoying telephouo servico, wo can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, LouUiaua and tho Southern portiou of Indiana ami EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. (INCOBrOUATKU) i RURAL TELEPHONES. lf n. 'r"-m'T,-f- r rvrr-Ttv,. vnfJV-TSIX- "'TPH ' - . --- "i-i.- "- mimM in ' .j.jiiiMi'i,''iJjaii:W'i3!'i'J!lll'tllfl',Wil1 ' n J - ,. t. ' r- -- r fc. .. WIJ -1 "Pw"1 ',"" k,i.r4J T ipniv i7cf"r7'r3?lE.r'r" 'm -- d. U, yV - ' .Vr?j T The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON MORE TAXES SUGGESTED. The president asks Congress In a special messaee to Incorporate in its tariff bill a provision to tax tho earn imrs of corporations and adopt n resolu tion looking to an amendment of tho constitution to permit the levying of nn income tax without interference from tho States. As both of theso arc new propositions for revenue, it should be remembered that they would not be necessary in these piping times of peace, but for the criminal extravagance of the party in power. With tho tariff being revised upward instead of down ward, as Mr. Taft explained that that plank of tho platform meant, but which Aldrlch and his now say it did not mean, it seems to bo the heighth of audacity to call for other sources of revenue, but tho profligacy of Congress demands it and tho people go on liko dumb driven cattle, accepting everything that is dono and raising no protest no matter what is put upon them. They had a chance last November to return to an economically admin- Wr K 1 V r r i4 ft" istered government. They threw it away and by a majority vote reiterated confidence in the G. O. P. If tho majority alono had to suffer for their party's reckless extravagance, it would be all right, but unfortunately the rest of us poor devils get it in the neck worse than they. Mayhap, in tho sweet the people will awaken to the danger of keeping the republican party too long in power. TUB death of Miss Lizzie Haldeman, daughter of Col. and Mrs. W. B. Haldeman, of Louisville, Is peculiarly sad. She was touring Europe with her parents and while in Paris was taken with what proved to be appendicitis. An operation was performed and she died from the effects of it. She was 22 years of age and her death occurred on the anniversary of her birth. Those who visited Crab Orchard Springs, where her parents spent their summers 10 or 15 years ago, will remember the bright and pretty little girl who always responded when asked her name, "Miss Lizzie," and every body called her so. She grew into a beautiful woman and was the joy of her doting parents.iTheir visit to the Old World was planned for several months yet, but they have al ready started on their mournful trip home with the body of their loved one, May the good Lord console and com' fort them. r B If creting, such as lllock Work, I'nvements and, In fact. nu ran mnkenny thing from hntiMilnU'ii Inn funrii imit. U'h eitll u'rtit you promptly and guarantee nrstclass work and material, (Jail and get our prices -dantly supplied with unfailing water, before you buy your material nt least, We do not want to subject ourselves 1 miles Irom Lexington court-housto the charge of contempt of court, but on Maiu pike. Immediate possession. Stanford, Ky. it looks very much to a layman that our highest State court is beginning to SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, Insures Tobacco and Tobacco dodge the issue or delay the evil day as Lexington, Ky. long as possiblo by adjourning till Sept. 20 without deciding tho Stato Racing FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNBut Commission, after the case had been TY FOR SALE ! before it so long. Thcro seems to be a D. good deal of politics in the question. The Insurance Man, A nne Hue grns form for sale sltunted on miles After a thorough investigation of new pike near Point Ieatrll and tx ncrei, STANFORD, KY. u of Idincnster, conditions the National House fixed tho kouthlocntitl In good containing neighborhood, being well a Itesldence l'tiono C4; Office, Ml. ton, against part of the John Walker trnct, with n duty on print paper at $2 a een-roonew, re.ldence Iimirc with mo nnd be fully $6 under tho tariff bill. The Senate tberron,wlth all Well watered. U protected. refused to accept the reduction but good, new torn 40x60. and crwk running never falling springs split the difference by making it $4 a through. 4i TKHM8.-cah in hnnd, balance one nnd ton. The paper trust which has been tnoyenn from dny of nale, bearing six per ! paid. gouging the life out of the publishers, cent Interest untilfor such place please write Persons looking W. O. Walker, Stanford. continues its grip on tho leaders of the or tee The safest, surest nnd most ndequnte safe guard for tbe future Is a policy In Senate. e was no indictment found in the attempted assassination of Ed Callahan in Breathitt. Tho summoning of a grand I nm prtpnrrtl to do nil kinds ot tnrv'ylnp jury, Judgo Adams' onslaught on the nnil civil engineering promptly. Mr work mil U itunrnntf l nmt mf prices ur me Write tn it McKlnney or mil press in his charge and tho effort to r the telephone through the Huttonrllle mako believe that tho criminal should Kxchnngp. WALTER McKIXNKY. be discovered and punished, wero all for outside public consumption apparently. The Insiders knew it was all n bluff. If this state of affairs is to conThL.nn of Oheiter llnrn will mnkp the tinue tho county will bo more than over preent con nt I. H. I'nrponter's ulnlile 111 lliiiionviiie ni iiu to mount miring con. entitled to the namo of Bloody Breath- I IlKUCKirrios and rrntoiiKR. He I n linnds hlgu, itt, with every man for himself and the lilnek nillth Marin forelieiul, Hcunrnrterlttlo th itTlenml flnlMi with of the Chester Dnre family, n good nctlng devil tako the hindmost Heo him tieforo , liore nnd n protrn lirwder. tiooklng jour mitres if you nre looking for n tirretlernt living prlcis Hired ly ChesSenator Aldrich is trying to mako goodDnre, lutilnm hylvicgrnpli. Smlilnmby tho people believe again that in putting ter Jiliipr.tiyMnmbrlnu I'htff. JNO.O. LYNN. high duties on clothing and other nec- , Iluilonvllle. Ky. essary articles tho foreign manufacturers and importers nro paying them, but this exploded absurdity can't bo worked any longer. Tho consumer is catching on from strong object lessons that ho pays tho duty as well as tho 188 acres, of winch nbout 1!W nrc freight, whilo tho trusts rako in tho in gnu, excellently improved, abunprofits. As the State Journal predicted, there SUflVEYINI AND CIVIL Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite MonuMnrkers anil rottt, Cemetery and I .awn Vntetand Hettees. Omcw nnd works, Mc Kinney, Ky. of mental GOING CHESTER S. RED LEAF Champion show stallion of Kentucky. Temple itiuriocK rarm. Hire nf Hen llur. winner of ffrnnd rhnm ItetfU'nf, winner plimihlp. New-- York; wuia-iro- i class, iimrneo, mm inegrey gem Ing that won the saddle and harness cliisses at tho Kentucky Mate Knlr, Ixw, nnd more s show horses nnd teams than nny stallion In Kentucky. Insure n colt, nnd n good one, or UMo IllJOcmli at time of service. It K.nODIiAIUl. Ilarnalsbtirg, Ky. high-pricehlgh-clns- AWAY? i fARM FOR SALE! CONCRETING We arc In position to do nil kinds of con- You pleasure Seekers and at our stock of Travelers. Look V V PHILLIPS BROS., larns. l Nothing Insurance Jesse Wearen, any size from 26 to 40 inches and as many grades. In hnnd-som- SUIT CASES. beautiful, light weight, yet strong, Ladies' Suit Case, for $3.50. A genuine, cow-hiLeather Case, in light, tan and brown color, handsomely trimmed, for $5.00. Our Cases at $7.50, $10 and $12.50 are ideal products. The strappings, locks and linings are as good as money buy. See them in our window now. A de two-stor- we feel we beat them all. Safeguard the Future The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. - Mercer county circuit court awarding Col. Jack Chinn $2,500 for the wrongful use of his picture and name recom mending a certain patent medicine. We suppose this is on the ground that the colonel is so handsome that he must submit to a division of his good looks. A MAN named Lord married a woman named Helper in Kansas and the papers That headed the notice would be a good head for most of the marriage notices. The woman nearly always gets the worst of it and needs the Lord to Helper. Lord-Helpe- The court of appeals reversed the At McKinney, Ky., Life ., Remedy, the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known. Incaseof Uheumatlsm, Halt ltbeum. Kidney Trouble and nil dlienset arising from impure blood It lias no equal, it Is manufactured under the pure food net of June s, lttrt, and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Remedy l takea according to directions nnd If he or she Is not benefited by the uoe of the Kemedywe will refund your money. We can do nothing more. Kneli package contains ail doses with n registered guarantee and mnlllng enrd with full Instructions. We send It to any address by mall on receipt of per package or six pnekares for If taken in tX Iletter order n boxto-dny- . time you might sae a big doctor's bill. Remember If you take the Remedy according to Instruction nnd nre not benefited, you get your dollar back. You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only bv our duly Authorized ngents. UKIMIEN WILMAMrt. Agent. You can find our Standard 1 It Is consnlcuous for economical manage inent.llliernllty of Us policy contracts, fair dealing with Its members nnd large returns to jKJiicy noiuers. The company Is Just entering the of a successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county tbnn nit other couiuintes combined. Writ" for lutrucuiars. staling ngenuu wnviner mar- SIXTY FOURTH YEAR v ! ried or single to K.M. SKWUSIl. Hpeclal Agt. Myers House Hals,Mtanford James I, White, Solicitor for llockcnstle Co. King Eagle, Jr., KlngVItt dnm STil, wns liy the noted sire. (.'nbbeii's lA'tliigton, r. m. hing regies, LI dam lllpaw. she by Kagle lllnl lull, ho by i.uit, mii I'm iviiim r.nKiri.'i.iiiiuniu dnm by Harris iH'nmark, he by Miller l)eii- mars, a; milium ny Jim iieii.inorougniirtu. King Kngle. Jr's., 1st dam i Mollle iireiinun.sne ny uia iirennon.inuuniuiop' per ll(itloin,nii(lruns hues to Ihivr Crockett, Xori:.-Kl- nit hnulo Jr.. Is four tears old, dark buy with one white hind foot nice mane ami tan, sinnus luum;, nanus uigii, Heigni NIK) lbs and veil proportioned fiery way A combined stallion with plenty of speed, style and action, and his colts show that bu is a splendid breeder. He will make the season ot lMOntmy Imrn. one tulle West of Wnynesburg on Fishing Creek nt flu to In sure a uwugcoii. Mures traded. Darted with or bred else- Imtv without my consent forfeits the In surance, aniline money oecomesuueat sucn transaction. Care will Imi taken to preent accidents but not resonslbleshouldnuyoo-cur- . I'hone In residence, Waynesburg Far mers bxennnge. O.O.OAI.HWKI.I. A HON. U. K.I). No. 4. Waynesburg. Ky nl ,.-- H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. &" and 259 births in Louisville last month. Supposing there is no outsider to settle this, will the Times kindly figure out for an anxEverybody who has visited the Ex ious subscriber when tho Falls City will ecjtive building at Frankfort for the become a barren and depopulated IaU 50 years, till the advent of Willson, waste. remembers the polite old darkey who AN Atlanta woman went to jail as guarded the doors either of the audi or governor's offices. He was as hostage for her pet dog's good behavior. tor's well known and almost as favorably as She doubtless belongs to the class of the occupant of the offices he served. female perverts who wouldn't do the The old Negro's name was Jas. Cole- same thing for their own child. man and he is dead. He was a demoTub death of Railroad Commissioner crat and the failure of his party to land McD. Ferguson gives Gov. Willson is said to have hastened his death. He chance to make a very weak body still was one of the old time Negros, now weaker by the appointment of another so rapidly disappearing, the more's the republican. pity. Gov. Beckham and other citizen named Attpniled the funeral of their old Central City h Raney Day and Murray one named Ra- friend. ney Wells. The recent weather must The Live Stock Association of Ken- have suited them to a T. tucky in special session gave hearty endorsement to the Croan dog tax law, POLITICAL. which has proved a boon to sheep raisWilliam Lorimer, of Illinois, took the ers and helped tho cause of education largely besides. The only utterance in oath of o'flico and became United States Gov. Willson's first message to the Senator Friday. The court of appeals has adjourned Legislature which was not veiled in a superabundance of verbiage and ambi- for the summer after acting on 313 guity was, "I recommend the repeal of cases, or 13 less than last term. The constitutionality of the Sullivan the dog tax law." Like many of his other recommendations, the body prop- school bill, passed by the last Legisla erly ignored that one, and with the ture, was sustained by the court of api growing popularity of the law, we hope peals, By a vote of 44 to 32 the Senate and believe it has come to stay. There were 309 deaths Dinwiddie & ry an of goods. up-to-d- ate Monnll Mollle.Mountz rr.monrK. Mlnil by 8. T. Harris' King Kngle, ol. . A.M. II. It. No. KM, he by lUoulKlngSW, he by On Time. 7U. be by B335SeOQ3SgQ3SIQ Kg Co., Prescription Pointers ! Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline -- I Three Ideal Farnjs In One. The perfection of real estate, all that is beautiful and desirable in country life, in cluding locality, soil and improvements, is embodied in a farm of 43; acres, adjoining the thriving town ot urrantsviuc, ny.. and near the famous Camp Pich Robinson farms, which sell at over lloo per mere are tnree tracts, wun acre dwslhogs and improvements on each, suitable for three families desiring to locate on adjoining farms; or, if bought by one party, two houses could be occupied by tobacco tenants. The best equipped barn in the county, is on the premises, having water supplied by a wind-milThe lloors are ouilt as residence flooring, the stalls are large and well constructed, machinery for cutting feed being run by an engine. Stock scales and a large tobacco barn The are among other improvements. land lies well and is of a high grade, well fenced, well watered a portion of It being matted with blue grass, in gently undulating pastures, Most of tho land has been kept in grass and will easily raise 1,500 pounds of hemp, l,8oo pounds cf tobacco and 60 to 75 bushels of corn. Such soil is the basis of all value, and the large profit, which it yields on the investment, explains why capital is seeking real estate, it being not only the best but the safest This, together with the investment. fact that population is increasing, (hereby Insuring a continuance, of good prices for farm products, proves that good real estate will continue to advance In price. Besides the intrinsic value of a home, tbe locality and surroundings render it more or less valuable. Good roads, good, schools, churches and good morals are Important factors, in determining the value of a farm, because they con'ributo to man's substantial happiness, which is the mainspring of human action and the object sought, in every section of our country. These elements enter largely into the attractiveness and, consequently, the value of this property. It lies on a splendid turnpike for a distance of about one mile, the community consists of the highest grade of citizenship, the people being moral, cultured and exceedingly hospitable. Tho residences are In sight l; d It is customary for eve ry druggist to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but wc can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. Wc have the goods, the equipment, the experience. f of Qryantsville, which has a thriving bank, merchants, a good school and a church of large membership, that town being about g miles from Lancaster, Ihe county seat of Garrard County, on the Lexington pike, The enterprise of the citizens in that section is further mani, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Come to think of it Mrs. Howard Gould wasn't so extravagant after all in the matter of dress. She only spent a little over $100 a day every day in tho year for it, and while she says she never wore the samo drees the second time at the Bame place, she wore some of them at other places once a piece. As it is exceedingly bad form to wear the same dress twice, Mrs. Gould deserves sympathy for being forced to do so. Mr. Bryan says he does not desiro to be a candidate for the Senate, nor doea he expect to be, preferring to do bis work as a private citizen. His admiring countrymen, however, would like to see him adorn that body to preach pure and undented democracy. Perhaps Mr. Bryan's absence of desiro to go to tho Senate is the knowledge of the fact that he would as a rule, cast his pearls before swine. The Lexington Leader is a credulous old soul. It says that Gov. Willson will "probably" appoint a republican successor to tho deceased democratic member of the railroad commission. If any one will point out a case wherein governor with our rabidly his mouth has ever acted except in a partisan manner, bo will please march up and get the prize. n Tub story that they are building a mammoth home for drunkards in Maine is doubt 1ms a very weak invention of tbe enemy. adopted the Finance Committee's amendment fixing a duty of $4 a ton on print paper. McD. Ferguson, member of the Kentucky Railroad Commission, died at his home at LaCenter of diabetes. He was 56 years old. Dr. James P. Wise was given the certificate of nomination for Kenton county's coroner by the Democratic County Committee, defeating Dr. J. P. Rifle, formerly of this county. In our mention of the republican primary in Pulaski we stated that Frank Hlnes won the republican nomination for jailer, but we were in error. The honor fell td a man named Silvers. Tho Court of Appeals did not pass upon the constitutionality of the State Racing Commission Saturday, as ex pected, postponing it for oral argument to the third day of the September term. Senator Lorimer, of Illinois, was made chairman of the Senate Committee on Expenditures In tho Navy De partment, and appointed to membership of tho Committees on Manufactures, Pacific Islands and Porto Rico and Private Land Claims. Mayor McClcllan, of Now York City, has received the city's check for In payment for his expenditures in tho recount fight Instituted by William Randolph Hearst, following McClellan'a last election. Tho bill, although itemized, is 8 aid to be tho first that has patted the finance department In years without vouchers to show exactly how the rtoney waa spent. $83,-670, fested by tbe fact that they are preparing to establish a Graded School at Ilryants-illeand if they succeed, which is almost certain, this property will advance from lo to 20 dollars on the acre, as property has done near Lancaster and other towns, where such schools hae been established, keeping the money and children at home and giving them a good education This picture is not overdrawn, and we Invite those looking for a bargain in a some that has all tho attractive features, to let ds show it to them. This farm Is also within four miles of a navigable stream, which is of greater advantage for markets than tbe sime distance from a railroad, for it gives cheaper rales and better tacilllies lor transportation to market of all farm products, and live stock tan be shipped from one head up to a boat load, while coal and lumber can be purchased at less price. It is down grade to the river, and a good pike. We positively believe that this land is worth t loo per acre, and yet It is offered at too per acre as a whole, if sold at once; however the entire farm is susceptible of an advantageous division into small tracts and we will divide it to suit purchaser and make price on what he wants according to location, improvements, quality ana quan tity. MORE OPPORTUNITIES Yes. we have them farm lands In dif ferent localities, off tne pike and on Ihe pike improved and unimproved oo acres loo acres 300 acres any number of acres you want, from Sjl per acre to lloo per acre. Wecan suit you. Tryus. All bargains of a lifetime, Goo acres extra good 2O6 acres superior land highly improved. 225 acres, extra good, near Taint Lick, fine residence and three tobacco barns. Our price is the owners price. If you want to buy No excess contracts. a farm wrtle us or come to see us. OUR IAWN FENCE is n Icsu expcniivo nnd lietfcr fenco than wood. More ornamental, dura-bi- o mid a timo saver as you need no wiw, hammer nud nails to keep it in repair. Call at our store, eeo tho beautiful fabrio and gutes and let us show you tho law prices on a good fenco job. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. INSURANCE. Rheumatism Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, To- R. B. MAHONY Mtod.W A S Iter kuiCnl Not rasudr thit will lljtorud UaM ekrcolo crtpclM, nor Mm tx7 is lapeanDM, antn. troiruu tack to Bmo IdU tht pals ei turn ot but! can now n?Tr tills 5plormrJ alsetu. la Gitodt wttb Chemist In U CMr Darenstkitt I found th Ust InmdUet wUa bleb Dr. Uioop's Uhmuulla JUmd wv I leirM.M4 ini t perfected, d.pendeble preicrlpllee. lh Urt Ingredient. I lucceutullr Weta a4 Wttbou ' LightEverywhere,. ning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds menr cues 01 Koeumeuuni uuidow.m len. nimi' inrmlr nine ell cureble cues of tbu rmBulir such dreeded dleeeJe. fboM send-lik- e toiHeeolTe S' end pees ewer under the ectloa of UUs renedr m fmelT ei doee surer when eddi w puje And then, when dleeohed. these poisonous weeVM freelr nets irom the inteta. end tne seuee of khoumetlBn Is tone forerer. There U now no reel need no ecluei excuse to suffer looter wnev nw outbeip. ntMU.ua lacoanaenoi i HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, LANCASTER, KY. Immediate attention Dr. Show's given to losses which Rheumatic Remedy are paid without PENNY'S Um STORE. vi ft r-- - i.b Aj PSKH v vauHftMSi, Vif wr""'1? jv wn " j jAyj'f- t- 'i "fv w- - 'V4J,1-- 'i i" .' 3 11 ML u! T. V. Humble V. O. Martin About JULY 1st, we will move our Corbin stock of Dry Goods to Stanford. We must make room for it, we will offer some splendid attractions in CUT PRICES on Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes. Our store is full of the very best merchandise and at Cut Prices. You should not fail to seize this buying opportunity. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. 8TAKFOHD, & SON, with Miss Ella Mao Saunders ge- STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes KY., - .TfSR 22, 1000 Ice cheam soda water at Penny's Di UK Store. PERSONALS. Unn. W. S. Wahren is very low. Dn. H. L. Davison Is in Covington. Jessk F. Cook, of UxInRton, was hero this week. Estili. Goocil. of Kings vlllc, is with Master Miko McCarty. Vcr-noMn. John W. Hiiown, of Mt. n, I V was hero Sunday. Miss Edith Mookk, of rarkaviiie. Is with Mrs. J. W. Ireland. Miss SLUB Cook arrived Friday from Pittsburu to visit her sisters hero. Mrs. Newman Hirk and children, or Owensboro, aro with her brothers hero. Miss Virginia Uouiinb is at horao from Huntington, V. Vn., for a vaca- tion. Mrs. II. it. Gentry and little Nancy Hunn arc visiting relatives in Frankfort. Miss Htmir. Walter, of Hubble, was the Rucst of Miss Annio Mau e Mil-bur- n. if ft, Sandidoe, of the Miss Josm-hinEnd, is wi.h MlllersburK West rcla-live- s. Miss Cora Nunnblley, of the section, is with friends at Itlch- mnnrl. J. C. Kerr, of Wichita, Kas , was the RUcst of his brother at Cook s Turn-crsvillo the educational convention at tstlll Springs. Mr. Jason Wesley, wife and baby, of Liberty, wcro hero Saturday for a fnw hntm. S. D. and F. M Yowbll, of Huston- ville, havo been in Cor. Courier Journal. James F. Hrady has a good position in Crutchcr & Stark's blr Rents' furnishing store In Uulsvillo. Mrs. Mary J. Adams and daujjhtpr, Miss Frances Adams, are with Mrs. It. W. Kccnon at Harrodsburjr. Miss Katherine Bronaucii returned town.-WaihinRton I'HOP. J. W. Ireland is ottendinK to UxinRton Friday, after a delightful visit to Mrs. J. F. Holdam Miss Koiiekta O'Dannon returned , Friday nijrht from college at Oxford, O.. wUra sha crsdasted with honor?. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moheri.Y and little daughter, Gladys, and Mrs. Swopc, of Knoxvlllo, Term , aro vIsitinK Mr. A. W. Barker and family Jo-so- Advocate. i. I. " Mr. Charles L. Dawes, who has been traveling In Western Kentucky, spent Saturday and Sunday with the homcfolka here. Mit. O. J. IloilON. whohai been vis Hint; relatives in Wayno and friends In tho West End, left Friday lor tils nomo in TVmnle. Texas. Hon. Dreckinridge Jones and Miss Mary D. Jones and Mr. Dan Jones, of St. Louis, arrived Saturday to visit Mr, nml Mn. J. D. Foster. Mr. Sim Raines and daughter, Miss Ollio Haines, left Friday for Pittsburg, Pn.. to bo at tho bedside of his daugh ter, Mm. Florence Alsupp, who is quito in. and Mesdameh ANNIE Engleman to Bettlo Bush go to Ashland assist Mrs. Charles J. Kitchen, Jr., t housekecp- prepare her homo to y Mrs. Josie Inman and daughter, Miss Rebecca Inman, of Trinidad, Col., and Mesdames Rebecca McCarty nnd W. T. Davis, of Pineville, aro with Messrs. W. L. and J. M. McCarty. Miss in. r from ScraHton, Pa., where she taught the past year. Sho has accepted a flattering offer to teach in tho New York State School for the Deaf next year. Agent J. S. Rice, of this place, attended the L. & N. Agents and Accountants' Convention at Loulsvillo last week. Ho was the delegato from this division. They wero handsomely entertained at tho Seclbach. Judge M. C. Sauplby was hero on Mrs. W. II. business Wednesday. Shanks, of Stanford, was the guest of Mrs. J. It. Mount Friday. Mr. lien Kennedy, of Lincoln, was with Lancaster rolatlves Tuesday. Mrs. Nevln Carlo.. n.l IIHln ilnurrhter. Luclle. of Lin. 'coln county, aro with ber cousin, Mrs. F. P. Friable. Miss Annie aaae been with relaives here, who boa return! to her home In Stanford -- Lantastw Record. mii-bur- Clara Cooper returned Friday hs Bids for the surplus milk of the StanTo Mammoth Cave. Lincoln county ford creamery will bo received to and excursion to Mammoth Cave from all Including June 30. II. J. McRobcrts, stations July 21st on regular morning secretary. PER CENT. OFF a nny We will give TWEXTY-FIVtrains by Paris and Latonia. A threo For Rent. Bet livery stable in days trip to the world's greatest wonder Skirt left in our house. Also quite n number of odds nnd ends Crab Orchard. Near depot and conven- for $12 G5. Tickets Include the railroad to traveling public. Hotel Leon, fare, board at hotel and the several ient and remnants that go at cost anil less than cot. This is routes through the Cave, also ono night Crab Orchard, Ky. strictly acot proposition. If you want to eave money this is for a dance or social hotel. Return J. Robinson. Monday next, 2Sth, will bo tho first limit 10 days, see L. at N. agent. & Miss Esther Walker, of Garrard, day of the Rockcastle circuit court and your opportunity. . Is with her aunt, Mrs. Pattte Denny, To the Pen. Deputy Sheriff Lee the editor of this paper hopes to meet who continues ill. many of his friends and patrons there Hill and Messrs. W. A. Carson and Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mount, of Lan- that day. Adam Pence took the four prisoners to caster, spent Sunday with tho family the Frankfort penitentiary Friday that Thosb wishing the eye medicine forj were convicted at the last term of the of Mr. 11. J. McRobcrtR. Dr. Jackson Givens, of Pittsburg, mcrly prepared by Dr. I. S. Burdett, Lincoln circuit court. They are Miller was down Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. of Crab Orchard, can secure it from hn Broaddus, 10 years for stealing, Green wife, who has all of the doctor's pre- Kavanaugh, three years for forgery, Pattio Denny, who continues very ill. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Miss Lucile Cooper arrived at home scriptions. Tom Benge, two years for forgery, and taught the year past In Saturday. She A SPLENDID vaudeville of 11 ladles Sam Rothwell, one year for shooting. tho Idaho School for the Deaf at Boise. . and gentlemen will hold tho boards at The court of appeals decided in tho Weaken Hail, who hat been with Alcorn's Opera House at Hustonville case his grand parent, Mr. and Mis. Geo. of James E. Daughcrty against E. I). Wcarcn, left for his homo at Kansas this week. Doors open at 8 o'clock. P. Mason, candidates for county clerk Usual prices. in Harrison county, that the action of City Sunday. Lost, pocket book containing day the county committee is supreme. He Mr. J. H. Otter and family went to o book, note book, bank book and check filed contest against Mason, who was loulsvillo yesterday to attend tho of their son. Mr. It. 1). Otter, to on Will Monk. Will give $10 for tho declared tho nominee. Dougherty con Miss Grace Russell, on the 23rd. return of the book and its contents. tended, in the suit which he brought against the committee, that he had not Mrs. J. S. Rice, who has been with Singleton Bros., Crab Orchard. '& been treated fairly, but the Court of her mother at Cave City for somo time, We havo just employed an expert Appeals decided that the action of the has returned home. She left Mrs. Gar-ne- tt plumber and tinner from tho city and county committee must somewhat Improved in health. stand. congratulate ourselves that wo have two of the best workmen in tho State. LOCALS. Robinson. One of the best and We guarantee our work. W. K. War- most substantial men in Lincoln county Clothes French cleaned. Cook & ner. passed from life unto death when Mr. Farmer. Thomas J. Robinson, of Hustonville, a meeting of tho Kentucky PharAj For best binder twino call on T. D. maceutical Association held Cerulean breathed his last at an early hour Friat Newland. morning. He had not been feeling Springs last week, Mr. Georgo L. Pen- day well for a few days but no one thought Wedding and graduating presents of ny, of this place, was elf ctcd president, his condition serious and his sudden a high honor worthily bestowed. Mr. quality at Mueller's. was a shock to the entire comPenny did not attend the meeting nnd death munity in which he lived and in which Thy some of Wilkinson & Singleton's did not solicit tho office. he was highly respected. Neuralgia of country killed beef, pork and mutton. . Unsuccessful attempts wero made the heart is believed to havo caused his Bedding plants are now ready and to burglarize tho homes of Messrs. demise. Mr. Robinson was born in we aro ready to put them out. Ed Hub- George B. Cooper and J. L. Besslcy Garrard on Feb. 23. 1S13, sr.d just 40 bard. during the last fow nights. Our people years ago ho married Miss Minnie For Sale. Cow peas and German should sleep with ono cyo open for Kauffman, of that county. He came . .ISSK1 millet seed. C. C. Carpenter, Huston-vill- awhile nnd give tho scoundrels a hot re to the West End of Lincoln about the ception if they keep up their deviltry. time of his marriage and at once became identified with the business interHave you seen tho new line of Whit- - ests nnd people of that section. For A $30 GRAPHOPHONE and 40 good records for sale for $15. E. II. Farmer, moni and ferns for ferneries at the many years he had been a member of Stanford Greenhouse? Also tho very the Christian church and for nearly 40 Stanford. best bedding plants. Geraniums from years ho served Suit. Singleton tells us that the 50c per dozen up. Special attention elder or clerk of as deacon, treasurer, his church. He took date for colored Instituto has been given to cut flower orders. Lena L great interest in church work and up to changed to July 12th. Logan Ave., Stan his last days was Hampton, Florist, a regular attendant mu of the Sunday school. Deceased was There will bo an ice cream supper at ford. m Secretary Cummins, of tho Stan- as good a business man as he was a cit Willow Grove Bchoal house Wednesday evening. Admission 16c. ford fair, has gotten out somo very at izen and he left a large estate. Be' ... tractive advertising for tho fair to bo sides farming and trading some in live Taxes. -- The tax books for 1909 are held here July 21, 22 and 23. This stock, Mr. Robinson was now ready. Come in and get your re promises to be the biggest and best ex nnd a director of the National Bank of ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. Tho Hustonville and he took great interest hibition of all previous fairs. .. Lost, between Morcland postofllco premium list was raised sovcrnl hun in that institution. Ho will be sadly and M. W. A. Hall's, $25 in bills. Find- dred dollars by the directors. Get your missed in church and business circles as H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, er will please keep $5 and give mo the stock ready and make this tho banner well as by many friends and relatives. S: J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER He had no children but his widow is left J. B. PAXTON, year for the Association. balance. C. K. McCIure, Moreland. to feel the loss of a devoted companion J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. Republican Mass Convention. THE wife of Mr. J. W. Brooks ia dead of years and much sympathy is felt for H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER at Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. Brooks is a The Republicans of Lincoln county are her. Mr. Robinson was an uncle of DIREOTORSi son of Mrs. S. E. Brooks, of Crab Orch- hereby called to meet in mass convention Mrs. J. B. Paxton, of this place, and at the court houso In Stanford, Ky., on her father, Mr. A. C. Robinson, is the J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shauks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford ard, and his wife was anatlvo of CinSaturday, July 17, at 1 o'clock, P. M., last member of tho large and Influen John B. Foster, Stanford; W. Ji. Shauks, Stanford; T. U. Kan- cinnati. for tho purpose of selecting delegates kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, tial family of that name. Rev. W. S. Messrs. Kruecer & Miller, who to attend the convention to bo held in Willis preached a touching funeral ser Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. aro building tho Lincoln county court- Hustonville, Ky., on July 19, 1900, for H. Cummins, Preacbersville; Lilburn Sunday mon at tho late home at 9:30 Goocli, Gilberts Creek. house, wero awarded tho contract to the purpose of nominating a republican morning after which the remains were build the $16,000 Baptist church at candidate for Senator for this, the 18th laid by tho side of his brothers and sis Springfield. Senatorial District to be voted for at ters in the Lancaster cemetery. the coming November election. This IK you aro behind on your pubscrip- - June 17th, 1909. G. D. Florence, secy., Tht McKlnniy Wtolin Mills, tlon to tills paper wo ask as an especial R. L. Davison, chm. favor that you send or hand in a remitMcKlnnty, Ky. tance right away Please take this to The voting contest conducted by & Moore, shoe dealers, Messrs. Perkins yourself if you lire in arcars. I, now In oprutLQii ami !i ready to icne to ascertain who was the most popular tlio nubllo In maicliiK Jtuii,, l.liueyi, lllankt'U. teacher in the city schools, closed Sat- work wool Klannvln, Yiirni, Kte. Will vltliur & Son ON about July 1st Severanco or txclmnijj Kooii for It. Uliiti-i- 't imirki't prlco lor wool. will move their stock of dry goods, urday. Rov. C. K. Dlckoy was called O.H. WIUailT. l'ror. shoes, etc., from Corbin to their Stan in and tho box In which tho tickets had boon deposited was opened and ho proford store and in tho mean time they I aro offering some great bargains. They ceeded to count the votes. Tho result showed that Miss Virginia Warren had room and thoir goad must go. need I de.lru to nil urlvntvly my farm of ST a total of 300 votes, CO majority over iutv,. in l.lni'olu county, .even mile, from - her nearest competitor, and she was Htuulonl hiuI two mill', Xrom MaywooU. on Rouued. William Johnson, of Wayii mile from )lko. In uooU nesburg, was the victim of highway awarded the prize, a very handsome kooJ roadcIoit to church, rural route ami ) nil mile (ram Ho was en routo from Wood book case, a useful and elegant piece ductive, Kfurni In gram. Imlance very prorobbers. lu cultiof furniture MiddlesDoro Record. Miss vation; all under good lenoe, Comfortable stock to Waynesburg when the hold-uuou.e o( Ix room.; now burn and all other occurred. Mr. Johesoa was knocked Warren Is the daughter of Mr. and outbuldluua. Abundance ol line water and down and severely beaten by his assail- Mrs. A. A. Warren and lived here until fruit ol .11 kino.. JiT.uvma8TO It. K. P. Mo. 1, Hlunlord, Ky. ants, wao secured $100 is cash. tome five or six years ago. Mrs. II. C. HauoIIMAN Is very ill. Mrs. P. P. Nunnblley Is quito ill. Mrs. Vic Owens visited Junction City relatives. Mrs. James Carrico is visiting tho family of W. II. Hrady. Titos. II. Shanks is In Texas looking after some landed interests, Mrs. J. J. Spears, of tho Morcland, section, continues very sick. Mr. George L. Carpenter, of tho West Fnd, continues very ill. Miss Aonks Russell, of Morcland, Is visiting friends at Wilmoro. Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Ncwland visited relatives at Richmond last wecK. Mr. W. A. Arnold, of Lancaster, panel through to Loutivlllo Saturday. Mr. Jon Grbenrkrg, of Louisville, is with his brother, Emll Greenberg, here. Mr. A. It. Denny and Mrs. Mottle Duncan, of Lancaster, wcro yesterday Mrs. Mary McAfee, of Baltimore, attended the burial of her uncle, Mr. T. Talk Liddey cut glass at Mueller's. Lost. A brown and green striped coat between Hebron and Walnut Flat. Return to this office. A man has sued Thos. B. Dewhurst, formerly of Ottenhelm, this county, but now n large dealer in toys, bicycles, automobiles, etc., at Lexington, for $3,000 damages for selling his son a toy pistol with which he made a dangerous wound In his hand. Thero will hardly anything como of it except a possible compromise by Dewhurst to save court about that delightful and cheap Algonac Island trip. Fou the next 30 days I will sell raniums and all kinds of pot plants cost. Ed Hubbard. at 10 The fair is just a month off. Are you doing your part to make it n success? If not, get busy. . Per Cent. Discount. we will ecII any article run nn excursion to Cincinnati Sunday nt $1.75 for tho round-trip- . Train leaves depot hero at The L. m. & N. will 5 Until further notice nt in our store a. ... costs. lO Per Cent. Off. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, -- mar-rlag- American Field Fence. Strongest and Best. A Car Just Received. tj The Price is Lower. e. W, E. Perkins, Crab OrchardOf Stanford, Kentucky. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank S5O.O0O.0O m m Capital, Surplus, Resources, 38,000.00 340,000.00 m Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of Small Farm For Sale COUNTRY in PRODUCE ubool-bout- Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. mmmmMmmimm urn u. n y jwmpmwhh " ij jjli .Tr jjpfPwppw V. L. The Interior Journal. Potl-Offl- Jhiertdintke tttond-cla- at Stanford M matter. Co'a I have on hand at Hughes, Martin store In Htanford typewriters of vnrlous kinds, such ns the Monnrch, I.. O. Hmlth, at 5c. He also bought a pair of mules Vox, Oliver. Kemlnglon. Hmlth. Premier, etc.. thoroughly rebuilt and ns good ns new, from him. which I will sell very cheap. Also sell reWill ship Surgeon V. P. Carter, of Horse Cave, sold his pairs. see them, anywhere on trial. Call In and farm of 420 acres, known as tho Will M. A. JOHNHON, Stanford, Ky. KENTUCKY. STANFORD, Martin Wilson tract, for $30,000. He Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in gave $21,000 for It n few years ago and 15 years since it was bought for $10,000. the Owsley Building. Worms are doing great damage to Draft Stallion, at ilOto Insure a Liv- E. G. Baugh, Wayncsburjr, R. F. D. No. 1. No. II, Houth, 11 :M r. M. For Sale. A few choice bucks and No. St, south, II :! A M. No. 14, North. t:l A. M. four fresh milk cows. J. II. Newell, No. , North, 5:ST r. J. No.Tf, 10:17 A.M. Kldds Store. No.Si.liWr. M. RobU Rout sold a team of mules to Bonta, of Harrodsburg, for $500. LanJOS. S. RICE, Agent. caster Record. It is estimated that heavy rains have 1 caused a loss of 250,000 to farmers In power boiler and engine nnd saw Garrard county. mill for sale. Will sell elthor or loth. G. B. Swlnebroad sold to J N. DenOiiAn. KrsinLta.Ottcnhclm, Ky. ny a registered Jersey cow for $170. I'ostotnce, Wnynesbnrg, Ky. Central Record. d for Will trade coat by the hay or any kind of feed. Write Laurel Feed Co., London. I de tiro to sell prlvntely my stock of There was a small crowd at Danville Doing a good busiand Hardware. yesterday and absolutely nothing doing ness. Will invoice nbout Ii.300. Heason III health. In the cattlo business. OEO. P. ltOIM'KK, Htanford, Ky. Ike Shelby bought of Lucius Perkins St N. TITOE THBLE FARMER'S D1PARTMKWT, Oradnate Optician, The Kentucky wheat crop is reported to have been seriously injured by scale. Stanford. Ky., d Tremcre & White shipped a Orflc. In M. O. Vandever'i slot on Knst Also of hogs they bought In Jessamine at 7c. Main street. All work guaranteed.grapho seeps In stock all assortment of Fort Sale. 25,000 oak tobacco sticks. phones and a full line of records. car-loa- J. F. HILL, FOR SALE I IArgaaml small wheat, corn nnd tobacco farms, level, rich nnd free from stone, i.nrge residences nnd barns, good railroad connecto til nn tions. Uan offer a bargain nt acre. Long time payments, III.AKI.KY, Howling Oreen, Ky, r-- KsTssssssk The Truth Every person In this city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid fot external use. All durggists sell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. B. D. CARTER, Now Llverv. Depot Streot, Phone 90. FOR SALE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. NOTICE. The McKlnney Coal .1 Feed Co., Is now prepnred fo supply the people with uny grade of coal and any kind of coal, the farmers, will especially take notice to the low price, those who will buy coat for wheat lurasiiinir, prices per nusnei. ranging irom Co to lfc these coals are all good, from N, Hallway. mines on the K.O. OOOCH.Mgr. Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court. vs. Knthryn Harris, Defendant, Notice of Sale, Inoliedlence to a Judgment rendered In the above styled court and action at the May term, 1HV, the undersigned commis sioner win on MONHAY, JULY IJ, Iww, county court day. between the hours of 1 S r. x., offer for sale at public outcry to and the highest and best bidder In front of the court house door In Hlnufont, Ky the house and lot In Htanford, Lincoln county, Ky., Iioundiil on the North by Main street) on the i:ast by the W. P. Tate lot; on the South bythulandot Dr. J. H.Owsley: ami on the West by the lot of Miss Llccle O. lleailey. TKHMH. The sale will be made nn acred-I- t of six mooths; the purchaser will he required to give torn! with good security for the purchase price, payable to the commls sloner. bearing legal Interest from date o sale until paid, having the force and effect of n Judgment and also secured by lien on iuo property soui. JAMF.HC. It i: ID, Special OomV, H. J. It. Harris, etc.. Plaintiffs, Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Oro-cerl- car-lon- I,t ? 3sW wL l lB si 1 r1 I Ik jHivjKl si TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I A. S. PRICE, Dentist, 39 fat cattle for September delivering CniFFONLOTHES o & GEORGE HUR, ing Colt. Our line oi Men', Hoy' nnd Children's Clothing is more complcto than them lieiore hiiying elsewhere. ever lieforc. Come to I s k The farmers estimate that this sea- Also a good Mule Jack at the same price and on same conditions. son's rice crop will be heavy If the worms do not continue their destrucM. S. Dauohman, Stanford, Ky. tion. Clell Coleman made several big purchases of cattlo last week for July deJeweler and Optician, Penny's Drug Store. livery. He bought 43 M'KINNEY, KENTUCKY. from John Dunn at 52c; 75 from Robert demons & Son at 5 and 52c and 30 from took up that old Jewelry that your Jewelrepaired. We will McGee & Willis at 5 and Gjc Harrods-bur- er told you could not be. Jewelry. Old rings worKltlnto tuy-- r stle Have vour measure token by n tailor of ex remodeled with t litany mountings, ile.t Herald. perience. Then your clothe, w hetber n low lljti) spectacles ever ottered. Kyes testd price Dullness sun or ine unesi evening free. Fine watch work n sjieclalty. clothes, will hnve thnt Individuality nnd lit Change at the White House. were made to which plainly Indicate they your measure, 1 wlllnlso tnku your measure! for extra trousers, fancy vests, top Things have changed at the White coats and overcoats. Spring and Hummer V season my farm w here samples on nnna ready lor your inspection House since the departure of Theodore. will make the IdSouth of nt I live. S mile Htanford on the H. O. RUPLEY. The Tailor. Not a single man has been put in the Somerset pike ns J 10 to Insure a living colt. Htanford, Ky. This young Jack's colts won more In Ananias club since March 4. premium j In 1Mi7 and lust linn nny Jack In Ills two flrst colts hau Itchine Skin Diseases No advice has been given to the sub- the county. In their class ns colts nnd neer been beaten like winners Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid ject of the proposed number of children were show n nt all local fairs for llw. They loth jenrs and families. for external use. Zemo gives instant in nt Lexington nnd Kentucky Htntu Fnlr In was 1st winners nt "Undesirable citizens" roam at large 1WH. Ills ltuMcoll nnd nt several local fairs. clief and permanently cures any form Kalr Home of bis 1KT. 1M4 nnd lt4 colts nru on jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All without fear. my farm to show for themseles. Controversies with nature fakirs are Druggists. Write for sample, fc. w, J. II. IIAUOHMAN, tabooed. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. I'hone lit, Stanford, Ky. No Senators have been denounced by G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. name of late. No new commissions have been creatI My stallion. Chester Jewel, black It ed. hands high, will make the seawin of I.U9 nt The farm of 110 ncres. of Rood blue grass Tho Constitution is often referred to my stnble four miles West of t'rnb Orchard McKlnnoy.on land, lying one mile North of at mouth of Cedar Ureek, ut f 15 to Insure a the Stanford pike. Improvements nnd as tho law of the land. Ulng colt. fencing good; plenty of water nnd fruit. Pare, 1st dam by Seeond Chief Wilkie has not been asked to Hired by Chester U Also 125 ncres of timbered land one mile dam of n Knst of MeKlnneythnlf under fence;plcnty report the names of Congressmen not Jewel, 1 his mare tinl.y Holmes mnre that lirennon. soldfor !5,(uo. jiulilam of waternnd good tobneco land. Hee Browllufnrd, by Montle, Itli dam llrddam Anna J.A.OIVKNH.Agent, ne crop, in harmony with the secret service. rib lleula, by IIOftnn.Mliilnm by McKlnney, Ky. No pugilibts or wrestlers have had (linn by Old leninnrk.;ihdm byColjer. Money du when colt Is foaled or mnre rounds with the Executive. traded or parted. Mares grazed at MSi CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! all bills paid remotnl of E. IL Hnrriman has sailed for Eu month, not responsible fur accidents or esmures; capes. public with the best, ns rope with peaco in his soul. I can furnlih the well ns the freshest of cut Bowers, plants of JOHN W.IIOLMKH.Urnb Orchard, Ky Bears down in the Mississippi swamps nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make, a specialty of wreaths and in the Colorado mountains are getlor for funeral purposes. In connection with the nbote, I!ino nil ting sassy. kinds of vejetubleson hand nt reasonable. "Jim" Tawney visits the White We. whose names appear below, strictly Pr'C""t'mU8TMAX HIIKKN HOt'HKH. forbid hunting, fishing or any Llnd of H0U9C Ed lliiiiiiAiin. 1'noit. places and will prosecute viHtanford, Ky, "Ben" Tillman pokes his nose in olators to the full extent of the law. Miss Mattle Hewes, Helchenbach llroi. there whenever he pleases. A. T. Traylor, Fred Uaumann, Congress waits for the message that N. II. I'lummer, I.llburn Cooch, ki-.-.wn- nLi H.O. Nunnelley. Will Hester. never comes. J. W. liaugbmnii. J W. l'eck. ! s '" j, iwi David Hte ens, J. K. llruce, p.-4- 1 Wm.Oordler. John Uumenlsch. A Thrilling Rescue. Kls-orTraylor. H. Frwl Hnndorf. FMlIirrs, Tallcir, Beeswax, Glnsnin. OotllliOllck. How Bert H. Lean, of Chen v, Wash., I). M.Anderson, J. J. Thompson, Go!icnS?l,(YelIowRoot),etc We Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. II. Kads was saved from a frightful death is u J, K. Moser, are Dealers, and can do belter for you A. Kllvisit Mrs. N. J. Morton story to thrill tho world "A hard J.J.KUIott. than agents or comnuu'on merchactt. Mrs.Ueo. Ixgan. W. K. Daugherty, Frank Cordler. lfelercnce, any Jack in Louisville. , cold," he writes, "brought on a desKev. Father Dr.O.O. l'erry, Write for weekly price lid and ship H. II, llatigliiimn, II. W. (ialnes, perate lung trouble that battled an A. 1). Hoot. ITrlah Albright. picjtagi. We furcuhuool bags free. doctor here. Then I paid 810 to Mrs. Margaret (jooch, Jacob (lander M. SABEL&SONS, (leo.O. (livens, W. II.Trnylor 815 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo(TASUftHtO IN tt36 Ham llolierts, John Jufer, I 225 E. Mtilet St. M.J. Holmann, LOUISVILLE. KY. kane, who did not help me. Then I Amend Hchaefer, A. It. Jlatheny K.T. Ileniley bono-ti- t. Kent to California, but without Mrs. J. Il.Owsley, 1..H. darner, M. J. Morgan, II. I.. Fagaley, At last I used Dr. King's New H.T. Harris. H.O.Wntklns. It. ll.drow. J. O. Hundley. which completely cured mo Discovery, Mrs. Nannie 11. flood. i K. McUlure, and now I am as well as over.1' For Anderson Uarr. Anton Honecker. W. M. Illshon, Fred VnnHruenlgan Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs T. Ij. Ilaugliu nn, Mrs, Kate Adnr Mrs, Hebeccn It. Carpenter Gluts, and Colds, Asthma, Croup and NIC Kopatx, W. J. F. Moser, I). HeWers, Whooping Cough Its supremo. 60o Johns. law. and 81 Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. scientific preparation fot ZEMO, external use. Stopt Itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Ewema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo, Eczema is Curable the rice In the coastal country of Texas. Commissioner's Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court, (Jeorge Severance, etc.. I'lalntlffs, vs Karl Simpson, etc, lieienaanis, police of Hale, J. N. DYE. 1,400-pounde- When Ordering Clothes g SAMPSON Tursua.it ton Judgment rendered nt the Mar term, lisiv. In the slmu it) led court nnd action, the undersigned cninmlssloner win uiween 1 no nours 01 1 mm 1 r. X. ou MONDAY, Jl'LY IJ.1W, county court day, sell at public outcry to highest and best bidder In front of court the house uoor in Hiamurd, Ky., the tract o! about Kacres of land, near Crab Orchard In Lincoln county, Ky.. lounded on the North by C. O. A C. (J. Turnpike; on the Kast by the land of Mrs. S. M. Hedd nnd John Hunter, ou the south br the land of J. H. Ilroughton; and on the Weit by Uroughton's lane, being the same land ow n ed by Samuel Llndwy nt the time of his Hamilton Oollcgo fur Tlio College of l.iliernl arte dentil. TKHMH. The sale will be made on n cred Women, and the College of law. it of six months: the uurchnser will be re quired to execute bond, wl'.h personal secur- Three campiices embracing 2U acre. iir lor in- - purcnase4 price, juiyaDie 10 commissioner, benrlng percent. Interest from .. date of sale, halog the effect of n Judg Thirteen building with modern equipment. ment and secured ny lien, J. II. l'AXTON, M. C. U C. C. A faculty of 50 chocn mm tho hct tinivcrsitloj of America and K;iroo. It. H.Tomllnson, Ally, for l'lalnlirfs. Standardized elective courses leading to the degrco) of A. H.. It. S., A. M., nnd L. L. 11. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. 1798 Trai)5iivai)ia University 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. Commissioner's Sale! J. W. FARM FOR SALE CHESTER JEWEL. Ir Lincoln Circuit Court. Ktc. I'lalntlffs. vs 11. F.Cnlu, Ktc. !efeiidiiiils. Notice of sale. In nliedlence ton Judgment rendered nt the May term, luv. In the nUive st) led court and action, the underslgntd commissioner wllton MONDAY, J l' I.Y lltli, tlW. countycourt day, ltwe"ii the hours of I e z r. m.. In front of the and door In Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public out-c- r to the highest nnd best bidder on a credit of al months the trncl of IM acres of land on the waters of Hanging Fork, In Lincoln count). Ky.. known as the Wllaou Martin rami, oouikicu on mc .xirin u ine lands 01 Frank Dougherty; on the Kast by the lands of the Dougherty heirs; on the South by the lands of Dan Moore and Wliltehuu.u! nnd 011 tho West by the land of II. F. Cain, Hud court-hous- New Science lluiiding recently erected nt n aitit of 800,000. Student now iu attendance from pCIIM?8. -- u Stntoa and 0 (crci-- it oouulrios. ex- - Moral Inllueiicc5, utiltuml environment, The temon legin Sopt. 1!J, 1000. echolarly idc.nls, reanouable Writo for catalogue RICHARD HENRY CROSSF1ELD. A. M., Ph. D. Prcs. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. posrea l. The sale will be made for the mimosa nt division. The purchaser will hv required to execute bond with npprocd security for the, piircnasi) price, paiiiue 10 ine t;nminisaion-erst bearing 6 percent. from itiitojif sine uniii nam. iininn me iorce aim eueci of a Judgment, and ul.useound by lien on the land. J. 11. l'AXTON, x.c. L. c. c. T.J. Hill tty. for l'lalntirr. Int-re- iarun, 111111 j. r. t en. Commissioner's Sale ! HIDESFURS r-a-a U-o- ox-pe- rt J, L.Beazley&Co., Es5ylssssssKII Di)d(rUKer8 aud Embalm. en. AI30 Dealera in Furniture, Mattinga.Rugr. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Price Right. Will H. Farley, of Paducah, son of State Treasurer Ed Farley, is a candidate for appointment as State Railroad Commissioner First district to succeed McD. Ferguson, deceased. Friends of Former Adjutant General Henry Lawrence, of Cadiz, are urging him to ask for the office. Quip Algonac, Mich. Summer Outing Under rer-ona- commisand action, the sioner will between the hours of nnd t r. M.on .MONDAY. Jl'LY It, lw. county court day, offer for sale on a credit of six months at public outcry to the highZzssL- est nnd best bidder 111 front of court house door In Htanford, Ky .tho tract of laud near iiustoiu ine, in Lincoln county, Ky., owikm I linvo jiirt received n car of OLD HK'KOUV WAOONS, the l.ca1 by J. It. Napier at the time of lilsdeiitlijind thus described: Hegluntngut a stone nnd wagon on the market for the money. See them before buying, as tlicro I1.11 ln'.cli stiiinp. corner to Thomuiou; I hence his line N MS K lis poles U llnksvlo Htags's corner: theme ri IV. W 1 Doles to n stone been n great improvement in their construction. corner to sa.ue ut u branch near n buckeye. Htngg'S corner; mence iirsi wun niagg men wltnlJind S Kl ? VI poles II links to the uikbsi sue 101 ncuse corner 10 iiiui ami others; thence with center of pike s 3) W 61 10 corner 10 poles iJlllik..; n ziv, v W zUT J. A 1). Allen: thencu their lln.i poles 10 stone 111 nue 01 j. 11. .Mi'Ainier 011 West side of creek: thence N fi W crossing the creek aiivoles 15 links to tho lieKluulnu. containing M acres. 3 roods mid 81 poles of lauu. The purchaser will 1) rejulred to glw lioud with unnroted security for the pur chase price, payable to the commissioner, bearing S per cent. Interest from date of sale until paid. Having ine iorce nnu eneci of a Judgment und secured by lieu on the land. J. 11. l'AXTON, M.O. L. O. O, II. K.TAYLOH.Atty. for Plaintiffs. 1 sale. l'ursuantton Judgment rendered at the in me niaite stvieti oemiier term. lii.. undersigned court Lincoln Circuit Court Sara J. Williams, etc.. I'lalntlffs. a. H. II, Caldwell, Jr., etc., Defendants. Notice, of E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. s;'. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky.r Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. l Mnnngement of Commissioner's sale Lincoln Circuit Courl. Mrs. Mary ('. Feland, I'lalntllf, vs W, I SE- - ' w 4:) . STAIXFGRD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, ft -x- Everyone would be benefited by taking Foley's Orlno Laxative for constipation, stomach and liver trouble, as It sweetens the stomach and breath, gently stimulates tho liver and regulates the bowels and it much superior to pills and ordinary laxatives. New Stanford Drug Co. n, Ky.t Evening Gazette Lexington, Ky., Going 11. oiicvoi nnie, reiaiiu, tve, l'eienuauis, Pursuant ton Judgment rendered nt the Mav term. lv. Ill the uboto styled court and action, thu undersigned commissioner will between tue uours 01 inuu 1 r, x.ou MONDAY, July 20 1909. $22.50 y .v: I TJP rx-xr 'tJRuVfe&M, il. Tfr .f Special Train of Pullman Sleepers, A. W. Falls, a cotton factor of Ala., fired on R. Ripley, of leaves Lexingtou 6:,10 r. M. Spartansburg, S. C , when he found tho latter at his homo with Mrs. Falls. Ripley was not wounded. Both men were arrested. Covers tho cost, and includes transMany of our citizens are drifting towards Drlght's disease by neglecting portation, both ways, oiie entire berth symptoms of kidney and bladder trou- in Sleeper, aud ouo full weeks' board ble which Foley's Kidney Remedy will ut Cump Algouac. quickly cure. New Stanford Drug Co. Paul Sigel, the father of Eislo Sfgel, the missionary worker whose body was found in Leon Ling's room in New York, identified the corpse as that of his daughter and took the body. f s 4 f Reservations Close July 12. Undertaker. Embalmer and Baaler In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY- orMfsane.M. HomtFUo:. . Booklet Free. . Miss Ella May Saunders, An AaierliriiiftVA afinelr (Lmnltihul flia city hall, barracks and several houses at Inod, Canary Istasds. Local Representative, Stamford. - Kentucky. JJ county court day, sell ut public outcry to the highest and best bidder III front of court linn., dnnr lti Stanford. Ky.. the two tructs of knob land 111 Lincoln cuunvy, &y owned by A.M. r eland at lime 01 uisuvaiui 1. The tract beginning ut a w bite oak and Iwecli. John K, Wright's corner on waters NealUreekiJ. K Wright's comer on wu- ters NealMi 'reek linence sou v sin poiesio redoak, hickory and dogwood: thence H M K 19J poles tot hickories In Martin's line; thence H a) W &l poles to a gums nnd dogwood; thence a ii W lit) polesto s dogwoods K and a ioplar; thence N ! H rtVtK pules to SO iolei whltnnakaud beech; thence beginning, contulnlng luu acres. to SSO. OOO. OrSaniMttt. 1382. Capital X. A tract beginning at poplar corner to H. II. Montgomery land; tfieiicu his Hue N Surplut and llnJiv.a'td Pro fill, S9,000. II Kill ioTes o links to nn ush corner to sume; theme Nusl, K U poles to a uhesnul OrganUatton, $211, 500, oak; thence N 8I4 W SI lade II links to Jfca paid in 'Dtuidoiids gum coruerto J. Wullacu laud; thence Ills landHtfk W M poles DO links to a black SnuH 9atv jfeeounts an Our oakt thence N 81 W 41 poles to poplar and dogwood corner to Wallace; tbeuce H 17 W II poles to a black oak; thence H MX W SI OPFICERtt. ixiles tu beginning, containing SI acres and DIRECTOR. will be These i roods of laud.and on n two tracts4 months. V. Held, credit ol J. H, Uaujhmin, sold separately I, S. I locker, President;, Hoods with good security for the purchase M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettut. will 1m nuiulred ut the DurLhasurs.uay. S. T. Harris. nrinu II. C. Iliughmsn I. V riinnlm able to the commissioner, bearing legal In , McKoberlt, Cathler; John terest iroiil ante 01 sale uuiii paiu, nanus S. T. Harris, no. C. Roblnwn, the force and elleot of a Judgment and se II. C. BiughaiD, AmI. Caib'r W. 0. OOaanoa cured by lieu on in iaua. . S. Hocker, J, H, l'AXTON, M.O, L. 0. 0 C, E. Tate. W.W.SUB4i,Belike. J, W. Alcorn, Atty. for PUIntllt. Jl'LY ll.lK. Styles up to the minute. Prices beyond competition. Wo ulo itnto that t our Spring Lino ia now complete. To nuvo money, como aud beo and ho ' convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies, Mis..' and Children and our lino of Gent's SIioch will certainly plcaso. Ilaiuui and Walkover liuoj are hiimincrs and nro strictly reliable. Yours for nil honest deal, Chaiu.ks Wiu:Ki.i:n. JFirst Tfati'onal ffiankj Stanford, jno, v Jty, Si;. 7fnlt Vice-lWdn- l; ; e . .' I