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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 25, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909062501_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 25, 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. ? ol. The Interior Journal. XXXVII. CHURCH STANFORD, KY MATTERS. HEWS NOTES. FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1009. NO. 34. PREACHERSVILLE. JUUGEA. D. FORD. Proitnt Incumbent and democratic nomineo for county judgo of Garrard. A capable ofllcial, a clever gentleman and a Simon-purdemocrat. e Cure For Care. Don't you trouble trouble Till trouble troubles you. Don't you look for trouble; Let trouble look for you. Don't you borrow trouble, You'll surely have your share. He who dreams of sorrow Will find that sorrow's there. Don't you hurry worry Ily worrying lest It cotno. To Hurry is to worry; 'Twill miss you if you're mum. ' If you've got to carry. Wait till it's at the door; For he who run. to meet it Takes tip the load before. If minding will not mend It, Then better not to mind; The best thing is to end it-- Just leave it all behind. Who fearoth hath forsaken Tho Heavenly Father's side; What he hath undertaken He surely will provide. Then don't you trouble trouble Till trouble troubles you; You'll only double trouble And trouble others, too. The Observer. POLITICAL. duty of 15 per cent, ad valorem on hides was agreed to in tho Senate by a vote of tfl to 30. This is tho present duty, being opplicablo, however, only to hides weighing more than 23 pounds. To place licorice paste used cxclu- ' slvely In tobacco manufacture on tho free list is the object of a bill Intro duced by Representative Stunley, of Kentucky. Tho House bill put these ar tides on tho free list, but tho Senate Committee made them dutiable. At a White House conference an agreement was reached by President Toft, Attorney General Wickcrsham, Secretary of Slate Knox, Senator Root and tho Republican members of the Senate Finance Committee in regard to tho tiroiMied amendment to tho tarilT bill to place a tox of 2 per cent, on tho net earnings of corporations. A Kentucky Fair Dates. Georgetown, Stanford, July 21- -3 days. July 27- -5 days. Lancaster, July 23- -3 dajs. Winchester. Aug. 3- -5 days. Danville, Aug. 4- -3 days. " liluegrass Fair, Lexington, -G ' August 4:) 9- L Aug. 10- -4 days. Harrodiburg. Aug. 12- -3 days. Lawrtuiceburg, Aug. 171 days. 18- -3 days, J'erryvlllo, Aug. Autr. 18- -3 days. Brodhead, Aug. 18- -3 days. Shelby ville, Aug. 21- -5 days. Eliiabethtown, Aug. 21- -3 days. Springfield, Aug, 25- -4 days. London, Aug. 251 days. Frankfort, Aug. 31- -4 days. Nlcholtsville, Aug. 31- -4 days. Bardstown, Sept. 1 I days. Montlcello, Sept. 7- -4 days. Kentucky State rair, Louisville Sept. 13- -0 days. days. Taylorsville, Could Not Be .. m. t Better. llrulses, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, For Soro Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands Us suInfallible for Piles. Only premo. 25o at Penny's Drug store. V rf.,. Ik. i..v. "w IHUUIIUB nanali fnf ha flafai.art Daniel.Boone moaument In the Frankfort cemetery have reached Frankfort. will be takes to I ,The aid aomunwt LosisvIIU to bs rwktued. Eczema, 8alt Rheum. v ft No one has ever made a salvo, ointment, lotion or balm to compare with .Uucklen's Arnica Sulve, Its the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, ... Kev. T. W. Darker will preach at Born, to the wife of J. L. Kennedy, Seven prisoners worodlscovcrcdln an a fine boy. next Sunday at 3 p. H. attempt to break jail at Henderson. W. C. Cummins and Walter Jordan Judgo Jacob Andrew Cnrtwrlght, of IMcKlnney Murray Taylor will preach nt have each purchased a house and lot of Nashville, and ono of tho at 3:30 Sunday afternoon. W. H. Cummins for $300. Ballou will preach at lawyers In Tennesson, died. This Is proving to bo a bad year for ,0mcr'8 Chapel, Rowland, at 2:30jSun Prof. James II. Fuqua, Sr., nnd Mrs. day afternoon. Funun will celebrato their golden wed- - tho bees, the copius rains and heavy He v. J. J. Porter, ono of tho most dine nt Kusscllvilleon July 8. dews washing out the nectar as soon as widely known Baptist ministers In tho Miss Florence Conway, of Winches secreted by the flowers, and tho cool, .United States, died at Winchester, ter, fell from a log she was walking on cloudy weather 6f early Spring keeping In Kentucky river and was drowned. where ho was pastnr of tho First-strethe bees in their hives too much. Baptist church. Ho went to Winches- - The International Council of Women Miss Ella Thompson, of Danville, visus In session at Toronto decided by a close ited Miss Hallio Brown, of Garrard, 'tcr from Joplin, Mo. I Order of service at tho Methodist vote to hold their next convention in and Miss Allie May Cummins here. Miss church next Sunday: Sunday school, Rome in 1!I14. Alpha Naylor is visiting at Point Lcav-el- l. Clyde Chapped, of Indianapolis, is 9:30 a m ; Song service, 10:13 a. m.; Two baby antelopes, sent by former Preaching at 11 A. M., Subject, "Educn- - President Roosevelt to bis daughter, visiting his grandfather, Mr. Henry Epworth Leaguo Service, 7:15 Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, were brought Blankcnshlp. 'tlon. I P. M ; Preaching nt 8 P. M., Subject, to New York. The recently enacted school law seems "Who Is on tho Lord's SideT" At Oklahoma City, Okla., Battling to be falling short of Its intended purChildren's Exercises for Foreign Mis- Nelson knocked out Jack Clifford in the poses. This law, framed after a law in sions at Turncrsvillo Sunday evening, fifth round of what was to have been a force in adjoining States, will not work as well hero with thinly settled country next, at 730 o'clock. Program: Organ bout. Voluntary; March; Sor.g, Hear tho Call, Judgo Emmett Field, ono of Louis- and no regular shaped districts or reguSchool; Scripture Reading; Prayer; ville's distinguished circuit judges, died larity in the roads as is the case in Ohio Song, Living In the Sunshine, School; suddenly of heart trouble in the Louis- and Indiana. There a township is diRecitation, Go Plant tho Cross, Clinton ville courthouse. vided into districts in the form of a Beagle; Sulfcr the Children, Murlyo Frank Pepper, an Evansville, I ml., square, the school building is centrally Toombs, Collis Toombs, James McCor-mlc- youth, In an effort to provo that he located and easily accessible to all and Joe Bailey Carter, Viola Luns-for- could cat fire, was badly burned about not a single child is without the privMary Nunnclley, Vernn Lutes; tho face. He may lose the sight of one ilege of attending school and getting Duet. Be a Blessing Every Day, Walk- eyo. the advantages of a common school eder Hubble, J. D. Toombs; Song, AudiWhen Mrs. Marion Buchanan, of ucation. Our law says not less than 40 ence: Recitations, Go, Robert McCor-mlcParis, went to call her husband to pupils will constitute a school. Four Help While You May, Sadie Trus- breakfastshe found him dead. He was joining districts about this place have ty; A Busy Bee, Murlyo Toombs; Drill 69 years old, and a Union veteran. less than the required number. This and Song, A Crown of Roses, Twelvo Death was due to heart disease. will necessitate putting tho two white Girls; Male Chorus, Somebody; OtterA Two bandits entered the night office districts together after this year. These ing; Song, Glory By and By, School; of the United States Express Company schools are Preachersville and White's Benediction. at Green Bay, Wis., and at the point of Mill districts These two districts will a revolver compelled the man in charge be allowed to hold school separately An Enjoyable Occasion. to open the safe. They secured $3,000 this year by supplementing the salary A brnneh of the Wagoner Bank and of the two teachers out of the school Miss Grade Dishon entertained 45 'or 50 of her friends Saturday night at her Trust Co., in the heart of the business levy, so Mr. B. F. Luusford. our trus home on the Ottenhcim.pikc. The lawn section of Fort Worth, was held up by tee, tells us. This was a conclusion was decorated with Japanese lanterns, a lone highwayman. The robber escap reached by the board at its recent meetiwhich lent a charm to her beautiful ed In an automobile with $8,100 in cur- ng,. So we will have a school and no kicks coming on our part un that score. country home. Those present were: rency. John Abshlre, aged 12 years, and But the disposition made in the case of Wrn. Roberts, of Cincinnati, Rev. Ver-c- o nnd Dr. Phillips, of Crab Orchard, George Cole, aged 33 years, a farmer, the two colored districts is not a sub No. Thomas Badgctt, of Hustonville. Mils were drowned in the Ohio River at ject for agreeable contemplation. Flora Porter, of London, P. P. Dishon, Portsmouth. O. Abshiro got beyond 1C, colored, last year, listed 32 pupils, of Lancaster, Miss Ruby Vanhurst, of his depth while swimming and Colo at- which was before the boundary line3 of the colbred districts were changed to Oklahoma, Virgil Hester, of Hubble, tempted to rescue him. One person was killed und several those of the white districts. This year Miss Minnie Cottrell, of Lancaster, Fred Miller, of Uuisville, Miss Julia wero seriously injured last night at only 22 pupils were listed by our trus Smith, Boner MoKcchnic, of Hubble. Cincinnati when an elevator fell in the tee insido of his district. Tho county Mins Mary Cottrell, of Lancaster, An Murdock building, a distance of sev board has put this school with the WalOf the nut Flat colored school, which is utter drew Sprinkles, Miss Dessio Harring eral stories to the basement. the distance from ton, of Eubanks, Robert Wutkins, Miss injured it is believed none was fatally ly Impracticable, their school house here to Walnut Flat Blanche Roberts, Luther Tudor, Miss hurt. Lulu Sprinkles, Walter Robert, Agnes ' Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt and three is five miles and Crab Orchard is furthWatts, Robert Rancy and Miss Ollie of the Roosevelt children. Miss Ethel, er. Then Dix River runs between the Car.y, Thurman Tudor, Miss Katie Archie and Quentin, will leave N;ew two places and only bridged twico in Phillips, Clarenco Boone, Miss Winnie i otk on June ::b on nonru tne White four miles, air line. Mr. L., seeing this Roberts, Wesley Embry, Miss Jessie Star Line steamer Cretic for Gibraltar is not practicable, says perhaps they Lynn, Clyde Curtis, Mollis Smith. El and Naples to pass the Bummer on the can secure a teacher who will teach three months at each'school house."The bcrt Perry. Clydo Pleasants, Marshall continent. ine uninoun jury unanimously re old adage, "A half a loaf is better than Boone and others. After enjoying themselves until a lato hour refresh ported nt San Francisco that it could no bread," is not applicable in the case ments wero served, iho dining room not reach a verdict, and Judge Lawior of school?, for in many cases a pupil was beautifully decomtcd with roses discharged the jury with the consent is then only just beginning to make any Tho headway in their studies. Is there no and daisies. Miss Grncie received nu of tho defenso and prosecution. vote stood lu lor acquittal nnd two for provision of law, or can not tho board merous presents. A FniENi). conviction. devise some way whereby these 22 Investigation of the conduct of the children can havo tho benefits of a Men Past Fifty In Danger. Men past mlddlo life iiavo found American Sucnr Refining Company in school? Under the strict reading of comfort nnd rolitrf in r'oley'a Kidney its dealings with tho Pennsylvania the law are they not entitled to a six Remedy. I. E. Morris, Dexter, Ky , Sugar Refining Company was begun months free school as well as any like writes: "Up to a jenr ago my luther at New lorK by a federal grand jury number tho State over? Is No. 1G as sutTcrcd from kidney and bladder under tho direction of Assistant Dis much entitled to school as these two white districts with their insufficient trouble mid hovernl physician pro trict Attorpey Crim. Judgo Burdott, of tho Circuit Court number of pupils and is it beyond the nounced It enlargement of the prostate gland and udvlsed an operation. On at Charleston, W. Va., granted nn in board to supplement in their case? If account of his ago wo wore nfraid ho junction to tho Chesapeake and Ohio the II lies' Compulsory Education Law could not fctand It and I recommended Railroad restraining Attorney General has not been repealed, und these child Foley's KIdnoy Remedy, nnd the first Con ley and the yariona county pros rcn havo no school to attend, how can bo'.tlo relieved him, and after taking ecutors from enforcing tho 2 cent fare they best satisfy the demand of the law? We believo tho board will do tho second bottle ho was no longer act against that road. Although Gov. Noel sent six compa something in their case, in fact wo fail troubled with this complaint. New nies of militia to Brandon, Miss,, to to see how they can do otherwise than Stanford Drug Co. protect the Negro, Will Mack, charged to givo them a school, in closing wo with assaulting Mamie Myers, from be will say that tho colored people in No HUSTONVILLE. ing lynched. Mack was convicted and lb are peacabie, sober citizens and Is a A Cahd or Thanks and Gratitude, given tliu death penalty. sad day for them if their children can It is with a most grateful heart that W; L. Jackson, a mail clerk of New not have n school. I wish to thank the good people, both Albany, was killed and Ezrn Crane, a white and colored of the best commun mall clerk, of Louisville, was seriously Women Who Are Envied. ity on earth for their untiring and collision between injured in a head-oihoso attractive women who are cheerful work in trying to save my passenger trains on tho Southern at lovely In face, form and temper are property from tho ravages of another Belmont, III. Twenty-fou- r other per tho envy of many, who might Jbe like disastrous flro. Their efforts wero no- Bons were injured, two of whom will them. A weak, sickly woman will be ble and good, if without much avail, die. nervous and lrrltabto. Constipation more than 1 can and are appreciated tell. May God bless them. C. W. Don't drug the Stomach, or stl'mi- - or Kidney poisons show in pimples, Adams. luto tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is blotches, skin eruptions and a wretchwroug. It is tho weak nerves that are ed complexion. For ull such, Electric Trouble Makers Ousted. crying out for help. Vitalize these Bitters work wonders. Theyjregulato When a sufferer from stomach trou- weak lusido controlling nerves with Stomach, Llvor and Kidneys, purify Veble takes Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and see how tho blood, glvo strong nerves, bright Ike's mighty glad to seo his Dyxpepsia quickly good health will come to you eyes, pure ureain, smoom, veiveiy and Indigestion Ily, but more-he- 's again. Test It and seel Sold by Pen- skin, lovely complexion. Many charming women owo their health and beau tlcklod over his new, lino appetite, ny's Drugstore. strong nones, healthy vigor, ull bo- ty to them. 50o at Penny's Drugstore. cause stomach, liver und kldnoys now At Cincinnati the arbitrators in tho rlelit. ''rm at I'nniiv'a Dpiii.I controversy between T. II. Kirk and "I suppose John is still takln' life Store. tho Burley Tobacco Society of Ken- easy," said tho woman In tho spring The census of Western Canada, esti tucky decided in favor of Mr. Kirk. The wagon. 'Yes," answered tho woman who MIt. FAItMEIl: Mako your home as modern for your family as u cily mated by tho Government of Canada, tobacco he nurchased is to be sold at Of 'once and tho society it to pay him the was carrying an armful of wood. "John residence, nnd place yourself iu a position to get tho latest market quotation shows a Domi at on of 1.100.000. lhis can bo accomplished by means ot our telephone service, thla number E00.000 live in Manitoba, difference between the soiling price and has only two regrets in life. One is ut any timo. that he has to wako up to eat, and the which you mm your neighbors can get tor a sum that is small compared with 230,000 in Saskatchewan and 276,000 In tbe market of last winter. other is that he has to quit eatin' to the- benefits received. Call or address our' nearest ollico or write direct to Alberta. This is an Increase of 350,000 I , Imitation of real Co- . - sleep." The Housekeeper. TUe headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., fur information regardiug our special "FarIn three years. , i ico over jv. muuu a ui, .aiiuui mers' Liuo" rate. If you are not at present enjoyiug telephono service, wo A tickling or dry cough can bo Health Cotlee, It Is line In flavor Prerontlcs those Candy Cold Cure can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's and Is made In just one minute. No Tablets will safely an' quickly check Teuuessco, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portiou of Indiana and Cough Remedy, No opium, no chlo- - tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made all colds and the Grip. Try them once Illinoi. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. old by Penn; a. Drug roforra, nothlnjr unsafe or harsh, from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, and seet (IMCOMIfOHATlin) . eto. Sample free. Penny's Drug Stors Store. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. best-know- n Summer --Stil- et . , Monarch Shirts k, d, k; Linen Collars. 6 GUARANTEED HOSIERY hi New colors. & Cummins Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. We have added to our stock' a new line of COOKING RANGES, with all the latest improvements. The Mystic Steel Range and the Ruby Cast Range. We ask you to call and see them. W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Use Arnold's Buggies RURAL TELEPHONES. There is nothing better. We paint Old hicles and make them look like new. Getlour prices. Wejsolicit your trade. R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. " - e. 1 n iwpymyn iiw i. Mrs. Nicholas Lonqworth, who SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENil- was Mlas Roosevelt, has two babies. MrrftlNB Thev are not Nnv A.in't irnf E. C WALTON Denier In nml Mnnufneturer of her children, but a pair of antelopes t nm rreriiircd todoall slndsof surveylna My work sent by her father from Africa. By nml civil engineering promptly. are rra Marble and will h RiiarnntreU nml my prkf Monunt McKlnney or cull me ine way llllln is DCing hoiril of liwana nonnole. (fWrit me ,nrougn ,he fiustonvllio A REVOLTING CRIME. lhj Irphone Markers nnd Polls, Cemetery nnd lnwn lumDO laieiy. r,ven news mat no uu Kxcnnngr. Vines nnd He! tees. Office, nnd works, The story of the murder of Mies WALTKllMcKINNKY. Ky. been riding on the cowcatcher of a Bifrel by a Chinaman, who packed her dummy engine Is lacking. body In a trunk and skipped for parts unknown, the deed not being discoverTreasurer Farley says he Is ready This snn of r Dnrn will ninkp the ed till putrefaction Bet In, creating a to begin paying jurymen again. Some Phnmpton show stnlllon of Kentucky, resent senson nt 1. H, Cnrpontcr's stnhln In Temple Mill Hlnvk Knrni. horrible odor, is most revolting and of the jurors over the State have been rItisltmvlllc nt f 10 to lnuri n living roll. Iirciiiniii and I'r.iiiiiiir.K. Ilo It n Hire nf lien lltir. winner of ffrnnd chum. shows tho futility and usclessncsa of waiting five or six months for their Wnek with tnr In forvlii'nil, lt linmls high, plonihlp, New York; tally Itetftanf, winner , wnis-iro- i nnu me grey cinss, young women attempting to convert money. It wasn't so under Beckham. with nil Hit) style nnd flnl-- h rhnrncU'Msilc won thosnddlennd of thal'heMcr I'nro fnnillr, i goml noting nt thu Kentucky vtnto Fair, hnrneas clns.es lux. nml more the almond-eyeheathens. Miss Slgel, It was so under Bradley. Remember horn" nml n provent breelcr. Hii him Ix'foru s show horses nnd ninn-- If you nrv looking forn r who was a of the noted this when you aro tempted to voto tho iKioklngjour nt living price. Hlml by Ones teams than any stnlllun In Kentucky, good lirrvdtr and n lis lor Dure, tilnm by Teleariiph. tmlilnmliy HMD to Insure n colt, service. good one, or Union general in the civil war, in pros- republican ticket again. cash nt time ol Hlppy.tiy Mnmbrlno Chief. It K.(1()H1)AHI. ecuting her missionary work in the l.YNN. JKO.fl. Ilnrrodiburg, Ky. Ituitonvllle. Ky. Chinese slums in New York City, got Unless Gov. Willson changes his so enamored with the yellow brutes ns mind, and ho has been known to do so to carry on flirtations with them and with lightning rapidity, thero will be Leon Ling out of jealousy chloroformed ono Negro and one republican voter and strangled her, and then cut the less by tho timo this paper gets to its Wo nro III position to du nil kinds of conGeorgo Freeman is body in small pieces and packed it in a readers creting, such it lllnck Work, rnrements nnd. In fnct, weenn mnkenny thing front e Paducnh for the mur188 acre, of winch about 1M nro trunk. It is a waste of effort to try to slated to hang at house down ton fence iot. We enn er s in grus, excellently improved, abun- you promptly nnd guarantee savo the souls of the yellow creatures der of his sweetheart. Onll nnd our dantly supplied with unfailing wntcr, work nnd mnlerlnl. mnlerlnl getleast. prices and for young, sentimental and suscepnt before you buy your A MONUMENT to the honor of Senator I miles from Lexington courthouee tible white women to attempt it is alwill be on Main pike. Immediate possession. most criminal. An elderly lady, who is E. W. Cormack to cost $25,000 entrance Stfinfonl, Ky. connected with the missionary work in placed just abovo the South SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, New York, makes the startling state- to the capitot at Nashville. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Lexington, Ky. ment that more young white women are WAYNESBURG. ruined by the brutes than souls are saved among them. If missionary Tho L. 0. T. M. of this place will FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNNothing But work is to be done among the coolies in give an ice cream supper Thursday TY FOR SALE 1 this country, it should be done by men evening, July 1st, for the benefit of the D. or by women old enough not to tempt Hive. Everybody invited. The Insurance Man, A film blue gross farm for inle sltuntrtl on the amorous beasts. The life of one Wednesday while out buying Last nnd six miles poor, but misguided young American produco in Pulaski county W. D. John newpUe nrnr I'olnt containing s ncrvs, STANFORD, KY. south of Ijtncnster, woman is worth moro than the souls of son was knocked down and robbed of well locntetl In goixl neighborhood, beinge Hraldcnce I'hone M; Office. M. pnrtof the John Wnlkertrnct.wlthn seven-roonew, the whole Chinese nation and there $109 by two unknown men. Blood' reildenco Insure with mo nnd Ims fully nwemnry outbuildings ought to be a law prohibiting them from hounds were sent for but for some rea- thereon, with nil MiM, Well wnteretl. nml six good, new burn protected. never tailing springs nnd crick running association with the low specimens that son failed to come and the men escap through. I TKHst H. H rnsh In hnnd. bnlnnce on nml come to this country. ed. ! twoyenri fromdnyof nle, bearing ilx per Amos Padgett, aged 16, son of Zach cent Intereit until pntd. The State Journal is authority for ariah and Dicie Padgett, died Sunday for l'ertoni looking V. O.inch plnce please write Walker, Htnnford. The snfest, surest find most adequate safe- the statement that the coldness which morning after a few weeks' illness, or lee guHM tor the future is n policy in developed during the last session of the Funeral services were held at the home Mutual Benefit Life Legislature between the candidate for at 1 r. h., Monday by Rev. J. A. Sin You can nnd our Htnndnnl Ilemedy, the Insurance Co. U. S. Senator and Gov. Willson has Kleton. after which the remains were blood nnd liver medicine yet known, reached that point of frigidity that they laid to rest in the Waynesburg ceme- frentett Hheumntltm, Snll Kheum, Kid- It Is conspicuous for economical mnnage-menlllvrnllty of Us policy contracts, fair ney Trouble nnd nil dlsenses nrltlng from dealing do not speak as they pas's by, or in othwith Its members nnd large returns d Impure blood It hn no equnl. It la tery. under the pure food net of June at, tuimllcyliolders. er words there is no communication A horrible accident occurred here lt,nnd guaranteed by the mnnufneturer If Tlie company Is Just entering the between them. It is alleged that this Sunday morning. Nora Sorrel, while the Hemedy It tnken nccordlng to directions SIXTY IfOURTH YEAR by he or shell state of affairs will prevent Gov. Will-so- n handling a gun accidentally shot and nndtf Itemed!' we not benefited our the use of n successful business career with more money. will refund of the policy holders In Lincoln county than We enn do nothing more. Knch pneknge from appointing Mr. Homer W. killed the little daughcombined. Write for contnlns SIM dotes with it registered Ktntrnii-tp- n all other comiuinlesngeitnd whether marparticulars, stating Batson, Senator Bradley's law partner ter of Oscar and Jennio Claunch. The We Knit mnltlnirrnrd with full Instinct Ions. ried or single to send It to nny nddrets by mnll on re and republican nominee' for the judgeIt ii. rcwi.Ani'.Hpecini jgi. or six pncKnyes inr burial took place in the Waynesburg ceipt oi ii perpm-KngMjers House Mats, htnnford so. oruer is iwx ship, to fill the vacancy occasioned by cemetery at 2 P. M ii inKrn in Monday. Much timeiieuer might tne n blc doctor's bill. Jnmes I, While, you Solicitor tor Itockcnttle Co. the death of Judge Emmet Field in sympathy is felt for the bereaved fath- Remember If you take the ltemedy nccord-lo- g to Instructions nnd nre not benefited, Louisville, an appointment which Mr. jour er and mother over the loss of their you get remedydollnr bnck. Yon will not In drug stores for sale. It nnd the Batson greatly desires to boost his can- only child. Is sold only by our duly nutborlied agents. didacy and which Senator Bradley is Ilfcl'lIKN tVIL.LIA.MM, Agent. W. M. Smith continues ill. Ashford anxious lor mm to have, it is not our Johnson, Mrs. Bertha Gooch and Miss l'l'iiinitKC Hired byH. T. Harris' King Eagle. ol. l. A.M. II. It.. No, Sfol, he by fight, but if Batson is not appointed it Sallie Gooch are on tho sick list. R. Ko)iilKlngSAVV,he by On Time. 7S, he by Htouewall Jackson,, llovul King's 1st dnm will prove the truth of the State JourCurtis went to Cincinnati Sunday. Miss was liy the note sire, Mollle Mount nal's story and show that the republi- Nettie Curtis, of Cincinnati, is the Caliliell's l,elnntoii, K, H. King Kagles. 1st dam ltlp:i;y. she by Kngle ltlrtl Ion, ho by cans are splittling up good and strong, Old King Kntn ;.V, Snd dii'n lied l.lon, Srtl guest of her aunt. Mrs. R. Curtis, at and for that reason we are awaiting the dam by Harris IVnuinrt, he byMlller lien this place. Miss Esther Gooch and Edd mark 15; Ithdamby Jlmllell.lhoroughbred. result with interest. King Kngle. Jr's., 1st dnm was .Mollle Vaught, of Somerset, visited friends Drennon.she by Old lrennon,2nddnm('op-j- r llottom. nndjruns Imcs to Dnvy Crockett. here Sunday. Mrs. Garland Singleton Mayor Skain is determined that the Notk. King Kagle Jr.. Is four years old. dark bay with one white hind foot, nice mane s Lexington shall obey and children, of Stanford, visited the nnd tnll.stnnds full 1H hands high, weight, the Sunday closing law, for which he is homefolks here. Miss Lela West, of l'illnnnd well proportioned etery way. A combined stnlllon with plenty of speed, Georgetown, is visiting Miss Alice Sinto be commended. He has revoked the style and action, nnd his colts show that he Is it splendid breeder. He will make thesen-so- n licenses of several saloonists for selling gleton. of It'Ontmy tairu, ono mile West of Wnyiit sburg on Kt.hlng Creek nt 1 10 to on Sunday and others are on the anxliving colt. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. ious seat. There ought not to bo any Mares traded, parted with or bred elsewhere without my consent forfeits the Inway measure. The men who take aged 84, is dead ii half A. B. Bonta, surance. nil t lie money liecomesduuat such out liquor licenses obligate themselves Mercer. transaction. Care will be taken to prevent nccldents but not resionslbleshoulduny octo observe the Sabbath and they should Gov. Willson will speak at Somerset cur. I'hone In residence, Wnynesburg Farup-to-d- ate be made to do so. Certainly with Lex- Monday afternoon. mers Kxchange. ington's able corps of police it ought to Smittie's band, of Cincinnati, will C.i!.CAi.lWKMA HON. Ky i:. r. II. No. J. Way ba easy to compel obedience. By their make music for the Danville fair. Mrs. John Henry died at her home at failure to do so voluntarily they are forging the implements for their own Perryville from infirmities incident to destruction and laying up wrath against old age. Belforo Crabtree was given a life the day of judgment. They haye already, however, sinned away their day sentence in the Whitley circuit court of grace and made it certain that "the for the killing of James Chitwood. The Love & Riffe stock of merchan rum saloon must go." dise at Somerset was bpught by Archie The perfection of real estate, all that is of Bryantsville, which has a thriving bank, merchants, a good school and a A rather anomalous condition pre- Riffe and J. T. Conn, who will conduct beautiful and desirable in country life, Including locality, soil and improvecients, is church of large membership, that town bevails at Bristol, which is half in Virgin- the business. acres, adjoining ing about 9 miles from Lancaster, the embodied in a farm of ia and the other half in Tennessee. The Gov. Willson and other officials will the thriving town of 435 liryantsville, Ky., county seat of Garrard County, on the Tennessee part is dry and the Virginia be guests of Hon. Caleb Powers while and near the famous Camp Dich Robin- Lexington pike The enterprise of the taking part educational son farms, which sell at over $loo per citizens in that section is further manithey part is very wet. Of course such a rally are Barbourville in an30. June There are three tracts, with fested by the fact that they are preparing acre state of affairs makes prohibition an Theat Court of Appeals affirmed the deimprovements on each, to establish a Graded School at Iiryants impossibility and in order to remedy it cision of the Boyle circuit court in the dwsllincs orand three families desiring to lo ville, and if they succeed, which is almost suitable a campaign has just begun to put the case of Thomas and Samuel Wheat for cate on adjoining farms; or, if bought certain, this property will advance from lo Virginia Bristol in the dry column. killing Rolla K. Davis and they must by one party, two houses could be occu- to 20 dollars on the acre, as property has Rev. M. B. Adams, who has done more serve 11 years each in the penitentiary. pied by tobacco tenants. The best equip done near Lancaster and other towns, It is reported that Prof. J. G. Crabbe, ped barn in the county, is on the where such schools have been established, for the prohibition cause in Kentucky Superintendent of Public Instruction, premises, having water supplied by a keeping the money and children at home than any of the Youngs, "Collins and will be elected president of the East- wind-milThe floors are ouilt as resi and giving them a good education, This Wests, will help lead tho fight which ern Kentucky Normal School. J. A. dence flooring, the stalls are large and picture is not overdrawn, and we invite constructed, machinery for cutting those looking for a bargain in a some that every good wisher of the cause hopes Sullivan, of Richmond, a member of well has all tho attractive features, to let us the Board of Regents, denied the re- feed being run by an engine. will win. port. Stock scales and a large tobacco barn show it to them. This farm Is also within The four miles of a navigable stream, which Is The Senator, who tried to frank a To avoid serious results take Foley's are among other is improvements. of a high grade, well of greater advantage for markets than the land lies well and box of pineapples from Washington to Kidney Remedy at the first sign of fenced, wel) watered a portion of it being same distance from a railroad, for it gives his family, was promptly turned down. kidney or bladder disorder such s matted with blue grass, in gently undulat- cheaper rates and better facilities for Congressmen have been known to frank backache, urinary irregularities, ex- ing pastures. Most of the land has been transportation to market of all farm products, and live stock can be shipped .from grass and will easily nearly everything through the postoffice haustion, and you will soon bo well. kept In of hemp, !,8oo pounds raise 1,500 one head up to a boat load, while coal and pounds ef tobacco up to a piano, but it is gratifying to New Stanford Drug Oo. and 60 to 75 bushels of corn. Such soil is lumber can be purchased at less price. It note that there is somo curb being the basis of all value, and the large profit, Is down fcrade to the river, and a good The War Department intends to save which it yields on the investment, ex- pike. placed on their rapacity. With the pay Is seeking a next three We positively believe that this land Is they have voted themselves, there is no $192,800 in thesum yearly years and by plains why capitalthe best but real estate, being not only the safest worth (loo per acre, and yet it is offered proportionate thereafter Congressman should changing the cloth of the fatigue uni- it good reason that a This, together with the at C90 per acre as a whole, if sold at once, investment. frank anything. It is just such graft form or working clothes of the enlisted fact that population is increasing, thereby however the entire farm is susceptible of that keeps the postoffice deficit so men of the United Stated army from insuring a continuance, of good prices for an advantageous division into small tracts brown canvas to blue denim. farm products, proves that good real estate and we will divide It to suit purchaser and great. m will continue to advance in price. make price on what he Wants according to With the return of marines to the Besides the intrinsic value of 'a home, location, implements, quality and quanAN eccentric old "money bags" of armored cruisers Tennessee and Wash locality and surroundings render it tity. the New York, who was an advocate of ington, of tho Pacific fleet, this week, more or less valuable. (Jood roads, good, MOKE OPPOUTUNITIHS all the marines removed from tho ships schools, churches and good morals are imcremation, while his family opposed it, Yes, we have them farm lands in difof the navy by order of President portant factors, in determining the value left a will providing that unless his Roosevolt will have been restored. of a farm, because they contribute to ferent localities, off tne pike and on the body was cremated his estate must go man's substantial happiness, which is the pike improved and unimproved 60 acres A boat containing five American and mainspring of human action and the object acres- - any number of to charity. Under such conditions it loo acres-2c- o acres you want, 8j per acre to didn't take long for the family to de- four Enulish tourists and four boatmen sought, in every section of our acre; We can suit you. Try us. on Lower Killarney Lake country. These elements enter largely f loo per cide that it would be better to burn tho was swampedAll in Ireland. the tourists and two into the attractiveness and, consequently, All bargains of a lifetime. 600 acres extra old man than tho money. of the boatmen were drowned. the value of this property. It lies on a good 26O acres superior land highly imsplendid turnpike for a distance of about' proved, 225 acres, extra good, near Paint Ir" any one should ask you the prico Pains of women, hoad pulns, or any one mile, the community consists of the Lick, fine residence and three tobacco highest of radium, tell him $8,000,000 an apoth- pain stopped In 20 nilnutcs sure, with being grade of citizenship, the people barns. Our price is the owner's price. moral, cultured and exceedingly If you want Dr. Snoop's Pink Puln Tablets. Seo hospitable, Tho resfdences are in sight No excess contracts.come to see us. to buy ecary's pound of 12 ounces. An a farm write us or bought 71 grains at New full formula on 25c Box. Sold by PenYork this week for $150,000, thus es- ny's Drug Store. tablishing the price, which will be little Seventeen miners were killed and six more than the necessities of life, if teen were injured in an explosion in and his gang continue to revise Mine No. 4 of the Lackawanna Coal LANCASTER, KY. and Coke Company at Wehrurn, Pa. the tariff upward. The Interior Journal. Harry Jacobs, Granite ments, of GOING CHESTER S. Clu-sto- RED LEAF I'liu-tigo- geiu-Ingth- d high-price- high-clas- grand-daughte- flivfly? You pleasure Seekers and Travelers. at our stock of Look fARM FOR SALE! CONCRETING flr't-clns- PHILLIPS BROS., lams. Insurance Jesse Wearen, any size from 26 to 40 inches and as many grades. In In?ll hntul-tom- SUIT CASES. we feel we beat them all. two-stor- Safeguard the Future The At McKmney, Ky., t, innnu-fncture- 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 beautiful, light weight, yet strong, Ladies' Suit Case, for A $3.50. King Eagle, Jr., "l. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dinwiddie E3QSaSQSa2Q3SlSB Prescription Pointers ! It is customary for every druggist to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have thevgoods, the equipment, the experience. saloon-keeper- &Co, Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline 11 ry an of goods. Three Ideal Farn)s In Orje. gg Sp I Kcrwi r,,..a ukuu t OUR sVV Stanford, Kentucky. olUKC, LU ffi T LAWN , ?tevi IKE is n Ices expensive anil lictter fence than wood. Moro ornamental, ilurn-ll- o and n time raver an you need no raw, hammer nnd nails to krep it in repair. Call at our ttore, wo tho beautiful fabric and gates nnd let us ehow you tho low prices on n good fenco job. m GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. INSURANCE. Rheumatism Insures Tobacco, Todiss. bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm tu Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, isj Life.LiveStock.Health Ps and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention Dr. Stoop's given to losses which Rheumatic Remedy are paid without PENNY'S DAU R. B. MAHONY d I have found atrtta and tsated mnUt Ksssv Ul suiiutsm tb inat&al Not a rwssdr U aistoitcd limbs ot cbronlo crlppltt, nor tatm boor back to Oth anln. That U Impossible, Rrowth now snnly klU lh galas aa4 pan of Ihlt d.plorabjs In Otrraanr wtUi a Cbemlst to ths CMT ot Darmstadt I found ths last bimdlsat with sud which Dr. fboop's KhtusuUo JUmsdj Without pnserlpUoa. a ptrftoUd. dtpandtbl nr. thai Utt Inxndlsat, I succssttuur tnaUd man i cms ol Rbeuat tlta but now, at last, M unU oi this lonnlf euros all eursbl cases esud-ui-e bsratofors) sjrsmuUr tuucb, dreadM disease. Those wsstet. found la kheum tlo Blood, teem to dissolve this resiedr m snd under the wrsuser wbeantloa of to pure weter. added freelrudoee And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes from toe sjtum. and the cause ol freelr Ktieumitlim Ii cone forerer. There U now no real need no actual encuie to sufler looter We sell, and la ooaSdenoe rsoowonl HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, A Al-dr- STOftE.' ''I"!1 "ifri ,"- - k- XrfLS-ifc 3 IX -- - About JULY 1st, we will move our Corbin stock of Dry Goods to Stanford. We must make room for it, consequently 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. LOCALS. m 6c SON, STANEORD KY. e, ;. 4 r I 4 . Lost, between Morcland postofflco Capt. E. II. Atkinson, of SalyeM-vllland M. W. A. Hall's, $25 In bills. Findand Miss Elgie Gooch, of SomerV. O. Martin T. W. Humble ' L. It. Hughes Liiirey cut glass at Mueller's. er will plcaso keep $5 and givo mc the set, wero married this week. m m ii balance. C. K. McClure, Morcland. Miss Eliza L. Anderson and Mr. Clothes French cleaned. Cook Jcsi: 2.", 1000 Farmer. BTAnroui), Ky., ' Fisher Herring, both of Lancaster, We have just employed an expert Wedding and graduating presents of plumber nnd tinner from the city and were married at tho country residence of tho bride's cousin, Mrs. George ICC LltEAM soda water at Tcnny'a quality at Mueller's. congratulato ourselves that we have Brown, Elder F. M. Tinder performing Drug Store. Try somo of Wilkinson & Singleton's two of tho best workmen in the State. tho ceremony. We guarantco our work. W. K. W. T. Flanigan an Miss Laura Dye country killed beef, pork nnd mutton. PERSONALS. wero married nt tho Methodist parson-ag- o M. Anderson !a very III. Mns. D. Lost. Last Sunday, white silk fan by Rev. T. W. Barker Wednesday. To Mammoth oln county Until further notico we will ecII any article in our Btore Mrs. Cicero Keynolf.s is very nick. in Baptist church or on street, Return The groom is n prominent young busiexcursion to Mammoth Cave from all Mrs. II. D. Carter visited relatives to this office. ness man and his bride is one of Linat' stations July 21st on regular morning In lloylc. Taxes. -- The tax books for 1909 are trains by Paris and Latonia. A three coln county's most efficient teachprs. Mrs. II. C. IIauoiiman Is somewhat now ready. Come in and get your ro- - days trip to the world's greatest wonder Sho is pretty and bright and Is admired Improve). for $12 Co. Tickets include tho railroad by all who know her. is at home from ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. Mrs. Kate Miller Clarence V. Withers, of Lexington, Pittsburg. Jesse D. Wearen, who deals in fare, board at hotel and the several and Miss Myrtle Miller, of this place, We will give TWENTY-FIVPER CENT. OFF on any W. N. Craig went up to Middles-bor- o "nothing but insurance," has moved routes through tho Cave, also one night drove to Lancaster Wednesday Dr. and dance or social at hotel. Return Wednesday. his office to n room in the Myers House for a wero joined heart and hand. Tho Skirt left in our house. Also quite a number of odds and ends limit 10 days, see L. & N. agent. Miss V. Peari. ALPRincB U with Flats. groom formerly lived in Lincoln county m ii county relatives. Garrard nnd remnants that go at cost and less than cost. This is and is a clever, industrious young man. Repuhucan Mas3 Convention. t Lily on Bids for the surplus milk of the StanT.J. Ilil.U. JR.. Tho Republicans of Lincoln county are The bride is n granddaughter of. Mr. strictly ncost proposition. If you want to save money this is ford creamery will be received to and IfKttl business Wednesday. Luther Underwood and is both pretty IUciiarp Conn went up to Rich- including June 30. II. J. McRobcrts, hereby called to meet in mass convention and popular. They will Mr. your opportunity. reside in Lexat the court house in Stanford, Ky., on secretary, mond Tuesday on business. Saturday, July 17, at 1 o'clock, p. M., ington. Mr. Georce S. Carpenter has reTho wedding of Miss Grace Russell I AM agent for the Lancaster Steam for tho purpose of selecting delegates turned from a tour of Texas. Laundry. Will call at your homo for to attend the convention to be held in and Mr. Robert Delaware Otter was I.ucilo Mrs. J. W. Ireland and Miss laundry each Monday morning. Stew- Hustonville, Ky., on July 19. 1909, fur solemnized lost evening at 8 o'clock at Ireland visited friends in Uoyle. Carson. tho purpose of nominating a republican the home of the bride's brother and left Wednesday art MISS JANKGARMAN candidate for Senator for this, the 18th sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Russell, For Rent. Best livery stnble in to visit relatives at Hurkesvillo. Mr. Franklin Senatorial District to be voted for at on Peterson avenue. Miss Louetto Frith, of IJrodhead, Crab Orchard. Near depot and conventhe coming November election. This Macpherson was best man and Miss STANFORD, KENTUCKY. O'Hannon. ient to traveling public. Hotel Leon, is with Miss Roberta June 17th. 1909. G. D. Florence, secy., Marjorie Otter, a sister of the groom, Mr. M. G. Reynolds, of Pulaski, Crab Orchard. Ky. Miss Russell's maid of honor. Little R. L. Davison, chm. has been in town for Ueveral days. Miss Dorothy Rhubesky, the bride's The directors of tho Lincoln County confined to his bed Dr. L. II. Cook is Best. Mrs. Lucy C Best, aged 83, niece, was tho flower girl. Among the Fair Association are called to meet by ft severe Bttack of rheumatism. guests were Mr. and Mrs. mother of Mr. Thomas D. Best, of Woods and Miss Min- Juno 30, at First National Bank, at 3 Moreland, died Mrs. ADEUA at his home Sunday and James Otter and Misses Grace and o'clock. J. F. Cummins, secretary. Uck. nie Woods are visiting at Paint was buried at Richmond Monday. She Marjorie Otter, of Stanford, Ky., Mr. is progress- was a daughter of the late Thomas C. and Mrs. J. B. Hall, of Lexington, and Misses Ukrnie and Mary Lear, of Work on tho court-hous- e Miss Uessio Yantlf. ing nicely. The brick work has reachGarrard, are with Bronston, of Madison county, a sister Mrs. Charles Groves, of Cincinnati. Fayette Wilkinson, of Richmond, ed tho second story and if it ever stops of Thomas S. Bronston, who was col. was hero with his parents Wednesday. raining work will be pushed with lector of this district, and an aunt of Tho marriage of Mrs. Georgia Dixon Mrs. 0. G. Pkrry and son, Iro, spent Charles J. Bronston, who died at Lex- and Mr. James Lear Totten took place several days at Richmond with relaMonday next, '.23th, will be the first ington a few months ago. She had at the homo of the bride's sister, Mrs. tives. day of thu Rockcastle circuit court and been a devout member of tho Christian Walter E. Server, on First St., HenderMr. E. P. Woods went to Cincinnati the editor of this paper hopes to meet church for GS years and was a most ex- son, Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, Tuesday to have his eyes treated by a many of his friends and patrons nt Mt. cellent woman. The many friends of in the presence of only brothers and specialist. Mr. Best sympathize with him in his sisters of the bride. The bride entered wife and child- Vernon that day. Mr. John Hnir.itT, the parlor with the groom who was loss. home-folren, of Somerset, are with his Samuel L. Bastin, son of Mr. J. D. preceded by the Rev. Thos. Cummins, here. Bastin, of Ewcll, this county, is a canThe Educational Whirlwind Campaign of the First Presbyterian church, who Harry Jacous, the MeKInney mon- didate for county judge of Laurel. Mr. will begin at the Methodist church in said the ceremony in a beautiful and ument man, Is at Lancaster doing some Bastin is a resident of East Bcrnstadt Highland Juno 27 at 3 r. M. Speaking impressive manner. The parlor was work in his line. and a good man barring hia politics. at Wnyneeburg 23, 10 a. M.; ut Kings-vlll- e tastily decorated with cut flowers and 28. 2:30 P. M.; at McKinney 29, 10 Mrs. E. L. Cartwrigiit nnd MUs John Phillips dropped dead of heart a. M.; at Moreland 29, 2:30 p. M.; at potted plants. The bride, who has a Mary Cartwricht. of Louisville, aro at sweet and attractive personality, wore trouble nt his home at Shelby City. He Hustonville 29, 7:30 Olympian Springs. P. M.; at Stanford a handsome tailored suit of grey cloth, Henry was IG years old and leaves a family. 30, 10 a. M. and 2 p. Mrs. It Rohinson and sons, M.; at Crab Orch- and a black picture hat with plumes, and Ador, of Somerset, arc visiting rel For some time he had been running a ard 30, 7:30 p. M. Miss Lelia Patridge, and carried a boquet of bride's roses. hark between his town and Danville. of Richmond, regular speaker. Rally Tho groom i3 s progressive business ativca in this county. William Ayres, of Pinovllle. Mrs. And still it rains. Showers fall daily, day at Stanford, special speaker, Judge man of Stanford and holds a responwas here to eo Mrs. Pattie Denny, whilo wheat is damaging and weeds in W. T. Lafferty, of Lexington. Trussible position with the American Seedwho continues very ill. corn fields and other places aro grow- tees teachers, patrons and all friends of ing Machine Co., of Springfield, O. Mr. ifVJ Misses Uessik Fowle and Salena ing at a lively rate. The farmers are education are asked to bo present. and Mrs. Totten left on the 7:55 train Routonaro spending the week with becoming discouraged lest their crops Every minister will please mako a talk for Cincinnati. After visiting Northern on education from his pulpit Sunday, points they will be at home to their friends in Lebanon Junction. be ruined. June 27, and urge that his congregation friends in Stanford. Miss Susan Fisher Woods will give X. Y. Z. Anna, little daughter of Mr. and attend these meetings. Every body a parcel shower for Miss Tevls CarpenMrs. Albert VonGrucnigan, died and come. G. Singleton, Supt. ter at her homo this, afternoon, The McKlnnay Wooltn Mills, Mr. J. H. Browning, of Livingston, was burled In tho German church graveTuesThe Hustonville FiRE.-O- ur a good friend and patron of this paper, yard on tho 20th. She was a bright, McKlnnty, Ky. pretty little girl and was tho idol of her day's paper told of tho disastrous firo was a substantial caller Tuesday. Jen- fond which occurred nt Hustonville between ! now In owrutUm nnd It rendy to terve parents. MRS. T. D. NBWLANPand Miss Jeani. I.tntey. 9 and 10 o'clock Monday night. Tho tho nubile In limiting nie Nowland havoroturned from n visit umnvt'iH, r munfit, vnrn, r.ic. Have you received a catalogue of tho supposition is that a lamp in A. B. C. work wool nrexchnngPKOou tor wiiieiiiHTt Kelley at Orlinda, Tenn. It. High-ito Mrs. L. C market price tor wool. StanDinwiddie's stable exploded and started Mrs. J. L. Duncan and son. J. L. Lincoln County Fair to bo held C.H. WIliailT, Tror. which caused his Duncan. Jr.. of Toledo. 0.. aro with ford July 21, 22, 23T If not, drop a the conflagration, Eld. and Mra. Joseph Hal- - card or call up James F. Cummins, the stable to burn, and reduca to ashes tho I her parents, clever secretary of tho enterprise, and stores of C. W. Adams, Lipps & Peavy-houslou. I doilro to tell privately my farm ot 57 Lipps Sisters, M. Cohn, the Mr. G. W. Greatiiouse was here ho will forward you one post haste. telephone exchango and a blacksmith iicrva.ln Lincoln county, .even mile, from Hlnnfont unit twonillet trom May wood, on Wednesday soliciting funds for tho Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Server shop. The entire loss is $15,000 or food rodcloM) Ji mile from plku.ln Kood uvlgh. Baptist Theological Seminary in Uuisto church, route nnd entertained at Henderson Tuesday more with tho following insurance: nitlx trom ichool.noiiM. rurul nil very pro- S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT- W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Lund ductive, 'a farm In emu. Iwlunce lu cultt and Master Ulmont evening at bIx o'clock dinner in honor Georgo Dinwiddle $500 on stablo occu PAXTON, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER atlon; all under good fence. Comfortable J. B. Mrs. J. D. Eads Wayno of their sister, Mra. Georgia Dixon, pied by his- - brother, A. B. C. Din- hounuof ilxroonu; new tHirnnnd nil otber J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. will return home Saturday from who was married Wednesday, June 23, to widdle; A. B. C. Dinwiddle $1,000 on outbuldlngt. Abundance of nuewuteraud fruit of ullklndi. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER county, where they have been visiting J.T. I.IVINOHTON. Mr. James L. Totten, of 'Stanford, Ky. horses, rigs and feed; C. W. Adams It. K. D. No. 1, Htnnford, Ky. friends for the past month. DIREOTORSl of Covers were laid for 12 and a luscious $3,000 on stock, furniture and building; .1 n. NuNNELLEY and wife, m J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford are here to see his dinner course was served. Those pres Lipps & Peavyhouse, $1,000 on stock; Fort Worth, Texas, John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- ent were: Mrs. Georgia Dixon, Mr. Lipps sisters $375 on stock. The build parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P.Nunnelley, and kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, , Mra. S. S. Wothen, Mr. and Mrs. ings occupied by Lipps & Peavyhouse b)th of whom are Improving. Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. left Wednesday Walter Server. Out of town guests and M. Cohn were owned respectively Judoe J. W. Alcorn H. Cummins, rreachersville; Lilburu by a were: J. L. Totten, Stanford, T. A. by Rev. G. W. Mills and Mr. V. B. for Indianapolis to be treated Gooch, Gilberts Creek. has been doing sp.endid-l- y Mattingly, Lebanon, W. A. Scott, Morso. The loss falls heavily on those specialist. He Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Klein, who were in the wake of tho fire's HlneM. since hlsreccnt severe e Mexico,' Mo., and Mrs. Mary Clements, vengeance and they will feel tho efLittle Misses Mary Edna and A Friend. Danville, aro Dpending Morganfield. fects of it for somo timo tocome. Mr. Arnold, of -tho week with their grandparents, Mr. Every thlpg was In readiness when Adams lost heavily from the fire of and Mrs. W. S. Wigham at Moroland. wo went to press for the banquet to bo somo seven years ago but had recup Mr. A. R. Wallace left this week given last night by Rov. D. M. Wal- - erated when tho second visitation camo AND. upon him. Much sympathy Is felt for to tako tho position of assistont superIn tho olllco of tho Kentucky ker's Biblo class. Tho ladles of the the losers by their friends intendent here, who Central Accident & Life Insuranco to. Christian church havo labored Inces hope and believe that they will all be Barbourvlllo. at santly for tho past three days in their able to "cut and como again." BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Hartley, who effort to mako tl)o occasion a success visiting In Crawfordsvllle, have been tho prospects aro they huvo sucwero very delightfully entertain and Ind., MATRIMONIAL. ed by tho widow oi uov, itenryo. i.anu ceeded beyond tho expectations of the most sanguine. Walton's Opera Ilouso Earl Urltton and Miss Ilattio Waddle her homo Friday last at few people In tbo United State, bare not Mrs. Sub II. Taylor and children, Is beautifully arranged and decorated were married at Somerset. l. Democratic beard ot tbe Margaret nnd Zack, of Augusta, and tho tables where ISO can bo served Miss Charles Bender and Miss Cora Har- U alt thlngi, (air Id all thlngi, clean In all Kansas, who havo been at her old homo at ono time aro Indeed things of beauty. low were married Wednesday. thing,, It U eiieutUllj a family paper. Uj at Dunnvlllo for tho past month, wero It. It. Ware and Miss George Evelyn a pedal arrangement we are enabled to othere Tuesday on her way homo, Last A bund from Lexington bad arrived to L ter the WEEKLY one October sho was called here on account mako music and many people had Collier were made one on the 21th. of the death of her brother. R. S.. Rec- gathered to sit at tho festal board. Roy Burnett, aired 17, and Miss Lucy year and tbl, paper (or the price named the funeral tor and this time to be at Rector.-Lib-- wty of The occasion promised to bo one long to Evans, 13, eloped from Franklin to Gal- above. Bend your eubecrlptton (or tbe comher mother, Mrs. J. M. bination to u not tc the Oourler-Jou- r be remembered. latin and were made one. 10 Per Cent. Discount. CAVE.-Linc- lO Per Cent. Off. E i. u HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, American Field Fence. jrTfVMflsrsa Courier-Journal- Strongest and Best. A Car Just Received. mm The Price is Lower. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Of Stanford, Kentucky. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank $5O,O0O.00 e, Small Farm For Sale Capital, Surplus, Resources, 38,000.00 340,000.00 HENRY WATTERSON'S PAPER Ber-nic- Weekly Courier Journal Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of The Interior Journal ONLY $1.50. COUNTRY Courier-Journa- PRODUCE in Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. OOUHIEK-OUK.NA- News. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. :. UO SJVMVVA V: IMeW-cia- The Interior Journal. be Pe&Offit at Stanford mnlter. FARMER'S Hops sold DEPARTMENT. Wedncs-day. MnUred in L. 5N, TIMETKBLE , Ky.. farms, level, rtcb and free from stone, In Lincoln and Office In M. O. Vandeveer's store on Kast residences and barns, good mil mad conne(Jan offer bargain at ttf to i) an hogs at 5 to Cc. Main street. All work guaranteed. Also ction. Longtime a Garrard a lot of stock payments. keeps In stock all assortment of grapho acre. Ky, HLAKLKV, Howling (In-en- , Fort Sale. 25,000 oak tobacco sticks. phones nnd n full line of records. C. C. McCluro at $8.10 in ChlctRO bought J. F. Graduate. Optician, HILL, ' FOR SALE J Large nnd small wheat, corn and tobacco Stanford. No.SI.Houth, No. 14, North, :M A. No. , North, 6:Tf P. No,TT,10:7 A. M. No.St.JlWp. M. No.il.Houth.lltMr. IS A K. M, M. X. JOS. S. WICE, Agopt. FOR SALE ! , If power liollor nnrt c nglno nnd saw Jersey heifer for $55. mill for sale. Will sell cither or both. For Sale. Pure bred Shropshire Oiias. K.is'MX, Ottenlielm, Ky. yearling and lamb rams. E. G. Dick-IcPostotflce, Wnynosburg, Ky. It. Stanford, Ky. Phono . Hogs arc 2 cents higher than a year ago In Louisville. Tuesday they reach 8 cents and lambs 81c. In Chicago hogs I desire to sell prlvntely my stock of wcro 10 cents a hundred higher. Hardware. Doing n good busiWo will stand ourgood red roan Short ness. Will Invoice nbout VfO). Henso- n111 health. horn bull at $1 at gate, with tho privi flKO. D IIOITKIl, Htnnford, Ky. lege of breeding until a calf Is gotten, or money will bo refunded. Sired by John Holmes' registered bull and out of ono of Hudson's graded cows. Peyton Surgeon & Drcnt, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No, SG-4- E. G. Daugh, Wayncsburg, II. F. D. No. 1. J. A. Allen bought of Henry Ander son a wagon load of corn at Si CO de livered. d Will trade coal by the for hay or any kind of feed. Write Laurel Feed Co., London. J, II. Drowning, of Livingston, bought of J. Li. Camcnisch a car-loa- The Truth Every person in this city who issuf-ferinfrom Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease, cart find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durgists tell ZEMC- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. g B. D. CARTER, Now Liver" Depot Streets Phone 96. Sale-- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. NOTICEI Heed Co., Is now The Mcklnney Coal prepared to supply the 'opte with any grade ot coal nnd any kind of coal, tho farmers, still especially take notice to the those who will buy coal for wheat thrashing, prices per bushel, ranging from 0c to pic, these coals are nil good, from mines onthe 1. . N. llatlnny. K.O. (lOOOH.Mgr. Commissioner's I y, Stock of Merchandise for Sale. TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE! A. S. PRICE, Dentist, J.L.Beazley&Co., hogs Donta sold 100 Office'over McRoberts' Drug Store in to Coleman & Waters, of Mercer, at 7c. II. W. Dunn boughtthe Nevius farm the 0 wjley Buildinp. of 90 acres, four miles from town, at Draft Stallion, at 810 to Insure a Living Colt. Mack Hughes, the horse fac $70.50. Eczema is Curable scientific preprtion foi tor, sold three fancy hones for dif- Also a good Mulo Jack at tho same ZEMO, price and on same conditions. external use. Stop itching Instantly ferent parties at prices ranging from and destroys the germs thst ciuse skin $100 to $275. W. C. Carpenter, of Per- M. S. Bauohman, Stanford, Ky. yields and is diseases. Eczema quickly permanently cured by this remarkable ryville, sold this week 15 medicine. All Druggists. Write for sim- cattle to William Moss at GJc Advo ple. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. cate. Jeweler nnd Optician. Penny's Drup Store. Tim Buchanan Refused Admission M'KINNEY, KENTUCKY. Look up that old Jewelry that your Jewel Into The Church. er told you could not be repaired. We will new style your measure token by a tnllor of exJune 23. Mr. Bob-bi- work' H Intowith tllTmiyJewelry. Old rings Crab Orchard, Have mountings. Ilest remodekd perience. Then our clothes, whether n low says that when one is wronged, the 11JD spectacles eer ottered. Kyes tested price business suit or the finest evening free. Fine watch work n specialty. clothes, will hmo that Individuality and tit columns of your paper is a better mewhich plainly indicate they were made to your measure. I will also tnke your meas- dium of redress than a court-housure! lor extra trousers, fancy est, top Therefore 1 seek your aid in redressing coats nnd overcoats. Hprlng and Summer where samples on hand ready for jour Inspection. my wrongs. A few nights ago I sought will make the lSsV season at my farm on the I Hie. ', mile Houth of Stanford II. O. RUPLEY.TheTallor, a living colt. asylum of temporary and eternal Somerset pike ns ill) to Insure won more In an Stanford, Ky. This young Jack' colts safety by walking zigzag and deliber premiums tn 1WT and Itmthnn nny Jack In the county. His two first colts hae neter Itching SkirPDiseases ately up the aisle of the colored Bap- been beaten In their class as colts nnd g Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid tist church at Crab Orchard and modnnd look like winners tor IK V. They were show nnt nil local fairs loth ers and for external use. Zemo gives instant estly requested that I should be enroll- at Lexington nnd Kentucky Htnte Kntr In Kenwas 1st 11". relief and permanently cures any form ed as a soldier among those who fight tucky Ills IttMcolt and at winners at fairs. Htate Kalr seerl local jf Itching, SIcin or Scalp disease. All on the Lord's side against the commen Home of his IMC, tu nnd lwv colts nro on my fit rm to show for themsehes. Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, enemy. I had lived too long out of the J. H.I1.VUOHMAN, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. Htnnford, Ky, I'hone 11. ark of safety; I wanted to leave olT all G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. bad habits and enlist under the white banner of peace, safety and salvation. I But the deacon, a king without a throne My stallion. Chester Jewel, black in m grass and no crown visible, made a great hands high, will mnke the season of IMv at Thefnrraof UOncres, of Rood blue my stable four miles West of Cmh Orchard laud, lying one mile North of McKlnney,on speech to tell me that I was drunk and nt mouth of C'tdnr Creek, ut 1A to Insure n the Stanford pike. Improvements nnd fencing good; plenty of water nnd fruit. could not join the church. I remon- living colt.Chester Dare, 1st dam by Second Hired Also 1S5 acres of Umbered land one mile strated with him and told him that a Jewel. by Thlsmiire Is theUntiiof n iiinre that Knit ot .McKlnneythnlf under fence;plenty , of water and good tobneco land. See grow-- man Bhould be permitted to reform. sold for $V). 2nd dam iy Holmes' Drtnnon. Irddntn Anna lluford, by Montle, 4th dam ngcrop. J.A. GIVKNrf.Agent. Our Lord and Master says that now is lleuln, by Iloton,5th dnm by Kp.llon. nth Mc Kinney, Ky. by Old iH'nmark.'thdnui tij Coler. the accepted time. But all was in vain. dam Money due when colt Is foaled or man parted. Mnrva graiwl nt U'i The sable deacon slammed the Celestial traded ornil bills ;mld before remowil per FOR SALE! CUT FLOWERS of month, door in my face. I told him that I mares; not responsible for accidents or es- I can furnish the public with the best, ns would go where there was more water CIIJK'S. well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of JOHN W. HOLM KH, Crab Orchard, Kjr all kinds, bulbs, potted Mowers, on short and less red tape. I have no aversion notice. Also iiinko a specialty ot wreaths to cold water. A little water well sea for for funernl purifies. In connection with the nloo. llimo all 1 told him kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable soned won't hurt anybody. prices. that 1 should never start to heaven We, whoso names appear below, strictly CHUIBTMAN'lItKKNHOCSEH, forbld.huntlug, fishing or nny kind of tresKn lUniUKi), 1'rois. again through his church door. passing on our placesand will prosecute viHtnnford, Ky. Now, Mr. Editor, please insert these olators to the full extent ot the law. Miss Mattle Hewes, Ilelehenlmch Ilros, few lines and send your moderate bill A. T. Travlor. Fred Kallmann, N. II. I'luminer, iiiitturiiuooeii. B ito me and I shall remit to you at once. Will Hester, It. Nunnelley. ' i "Y? vaun ' I am a colored man but a democrat and J. W. Ilnughninn. J W. l'eck, fjjm DaldHteens, J. K. Hruce, feelings. Publish I have a democrat's ,flJ Wm.Uordler, Johii"Uiiiiienlch. H"' M. II. Klmore, this Friday. I want that deacon who Dan Tra lor. Fcalhtrc. Tallow. Beeswax. Churim. Har.dorf. lOlllllUIICK. 1). M. Anderson. don't know H. from C. to read this. ,1. J. Thompson. Gotten Seal, (Yellow Rootl, etc We Mr, nnd Mrs. Ja. 11. Kads J. K. Mo.er, Dealers, and csn do better for von are Yours politically, .Mrs. N.J, llurtoti A. KIIuimi thin tgects or commason merchant!. Mrs. (ieo. logiiu. J.J.It.Klllott. Tim Buchanan. W. Dnugherty, Frank I'onller, any ixuit in uouuvillc. iieierrnce, Hev. Father U'o, Dr.O.O. Terry, Write for weekly price list tnd ship II. W. (jalnes, s. II. luughiiian, A Thrilling' Rescue. A. D. Kool. I'rl.ih Albright. ping tags. We J luaUh it ool bags free. Mrs. Margaret Uooch, Jacob (lander How Bert R. Loan, of Cheny, Wash., Hi. SABEL & SONS, W. H.TniMor (ieo.'. OUeiis, was saved from a frightful death Is u fSTADUSHC IN ItS Johu Jufer, sain itooeris. 1220 E. Market St. Amend Schaefer, M.J. Hofmnnn, LOUISVILLE, KY. story to thrill tho world. "A hard A. It. Matheii) K.T. Heazley Mrs. J. ll.Owsley, cold," ho writes, 'brought on a l. S. Onrner, It. L. Fngaley. M.J. Morgan, lung trouble that baflled an exIt.O. Watklns, H.T.Hnrris. J. O. Hundley. flood, 11. H.Uruw. I 'paid 810 to pert doctor here. Then t K. McOlure. Mrs. Nannie II. Anton ltoneckerr Aiiuersonuurr, 815 a visit to a lung specialist in SpoW. M. Inshon. Fred VonOruenlsiin kane, who did not help me. Then I T. L. Iliiuglimnn. Mrs. Kate Ador Mrs, llebecea It.Uarpenter Nlcdlutz, went to California, but without beneW. Kopatz. J. K. Jliwr, I). Sellers, fit. At last I used Dr. King's New Johns. Lee, Discovery, which complete!? cured mo and now I am as well as over '' For d STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 4. 2t. J. II. I have on hand at Hughes, Mnrtln A Co's tore In Htnnrord tperlters of various kinds, such as the Monarch, I,. I'. Smith, Fox. Oliver. Heinlnalon. Stnlth-I'reliile- r. etc.. inorouguiy rebuilt nnansgooti ns new, which I will sell ery cheap. Also sell repairs. Will ship anywhere on trial. I'all in nnd seo them. M. A. JOHNSON, Slnnford.Ky. GEORGE HUR, Lincoln Circuit Court, J. U.Harris, etc, Plaintiffs, vs. Knlhryn 8. Harris, Defendant. Notice of Hale. Itiolicdlene to n Judgment rendered In thn ntMi t)led court and action at the May term, l.aiu, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, Jt'L It. Itaw, county court day. between the hours of nnd X r, m., offer fur salnnt public outcry to the highest nnd lest bidder In front of the court House dour In Stanford, Ky.,tlie house nnd lot In Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., Uiunded on the North by Main street; on the Kast by the W, 1'. Tate lot; on the South by the Inndot Dr. J, ll.Owsley; and on the West by the lot ot Miss Llccle V. llensley. TKHMS. The sale will made on n cred it of six months: the mirchaaer will Iw re quired to give bond with good security for the purchase price, payable to the cniiimls. sloner, U'nrlng legal Interest from dale of sine unlit pain, iiaing me force nnd erred of n Judgment nnd iilsu sccurtd by lien on the property sold. JAMtitf IIKin, Special ComV. 1 ti cmnx)x(:u)TnES Our line ever lielurc. of Mcn'e, Hoys' nnd dB Como to Commissioner's Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court. May term, IHV, In the nUne styled court and action, the undersigned commls.loner will Itetweeu the hours of land X v. M.on MONDAV.JVLYIMWW, aud-bctt re Children' Clothing ' moro complete than tlicm leforc buying cltctvhcrc. 850-pou- (leorgesevernnce.etc, TlatntllTs. vs Karl Simpson, etc., Defendants. Notice of Sale. 1'ursuant ton Judgment rendered nt the SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. J. N. DYE, When Ordering Clothes tt SAMPSON ear-lin- FARM FOR SALE CHESTER JEWEL. county court day, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder In front of court house door In Stanford, Ky., the tract of alout:S acres of land, near Crab Orchard, In Lincoln county, Ky liounded on the North by C. O. ,t C, (J. TurnplKe; on the r.iiai. nr iiih iiiiiii iit ira iruiii John Hunter; on the South by the land of J. s. llroughton; and on the West br llroughton'alane. Iietiis the same lnnin.ti. ... t li ,,.a .... ut III. Hnttmul llnrl..i. .mo tiiiiv , It. Tiie College of Lilieral art! Hamilton Cslloge for' , uen.n. """' TKHMS. The sale will lie made on n credWomen, and the College of law. 4 it of six mouths; the purctin.er will lie required to execute bond, wl".li personal securThree campuci cmhmcing 23 ncrcs. for the purchase price, ui)able to ity per cent. Interest from date of sale, having the effct of n JudgThirteen building with modern eipiipmcut.' ment and secured by Hen. J. 11. V. XTON, M. C. L, C. C. A faculty of 00 clm-e- ti from the hot uiiivcriitiu.1 of Amerina amlKurop. It. H.Tomllnson, Atty. for Tlalntltls. Statidanlized elective counf9 lestiling to the "degretB of A. U.. It. Ji, A. SI., and L. h. II. Lincoln Circuit Court. New Science Huililing recently creotdl nt it oust of 800,000. J. W. Tenke, Etc.Notli-no- l I'lalntltTs. vs II. F.Cnln. l:tc. Defendants. sale. Students now in utteiidauco from 'la St:itun ami G fcroign ountitrius. In obedience to a Judgment rendered nt the Mny term, l'.'V, In the iilmre st led court Moral Inlluetica, ciiltur.il viiviniuniuiit, scholarly itleab, reaouahtc and action, tlia undersigned coiniul.sloner will on 1798 Trapsijlvapia Upiverjitil 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. . -- .. i.- Commissioner's Sale! MONDAY, posted" county court day, lietween the hours of 1 and t v. M., In front of the door In Stanford, Ky.. offer lor sale at publtcout-c- r to the highest and bidder uiuionillt otslx month, the tract of IM acres of land on the waters of Hanging Fork, In Lincoln couul.Ky.,kuuwuas Uie WlUou .Martin farm, bounded on the North tiy the lands of Frnnk Dougherty;on the Kast by the lauds of the iKiuglierty heirs; on the South bv the lands of Dan Moore and Whtlehnuse.' nnd on the West by the laud of II, F. Cain, Hud Martin, nnd J. F. Teak. Thesaleulll be uuule for the purpose of division. The nurehaser will l. r.imir. .1 , execute Uinil , with apprucl securll) fort lie jirii-epuiiuie 10 lue tlililtllt. sinner, U'tirlng ier cent. Interest from date of sale until paid, liming the force and etlect ofn1udgment,iiudnloecuriil by lien on the laud. I'ourt-hou.e jrLY:h,llW. lt The n K't.-io- liogins fept. 1!J, HH)t. Write foreatuloguu tonlay. RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, A. M Ph. D. Prcs. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. imri-un.- f si T. J. II. I'AXTO V,M. r J. Hill Att'y. for TIalntlrr. I r c h irlr V Commissioner's Sale ! r .- - HIDESFURS I Lincoln Circuit Court Sara J. Williams, etc.. TlalntltTs. vs H Caldwell, Jr., etc. Defendants. utlce saie. Tursss&i to : JUuiiiiiriit remlereii nt the Noemler term, Ifif, III the abue at court mid action, the undersigned commissioner will between the hours of nnd 2 r. 1 ft Z- M.on MONDAY, des-pera- to PKjjlX. s rn 1.-- A ewr SSScjfcSsU Lung Trouble, Dronchltis, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme. 60o and 81. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. William Read Puryear shot his wife, and comkilled his brother-in-lamitted suicide at Columbus, O. Before taking his own life he wrote a note explaining that his brother-in-lainterfered while he was upbraiding Mrs. Puryear, whom he charged with un Gimp AlgOiM, Mich. Undertakers and Erabalrj?. ers. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings, Rug?. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of fHock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Hustonville, Ky., Commissioner's sale! Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. Ky.t Evening Gazette Mrs. MaryLincoln Circuit Court. vs, W. Fehind, Tlalutllf, Under Pergonal Management of Summer Outing , of OLD HICKOKV WAGON'S, the liest Ix'tclistiliup. corner to Tliuiiion, thence wagoii on the market for the money. Seo them livfriru buying, us there ha his line Nm. K I Is poles minks to stnuiCs corner; theme Sl1 W 21 hiIPs to u stone lccii it great improvement in their construction. corner to same at it branch near it buckeje, stagg's corner; thencu tlrst with Htagg then iiui-niir. v, Hjies hiiks to ine plkent the tollhouse corneriz to Ijiud and others; thence with center ot pike S;ti W M UOles 15 links: S 2H W 7 Holes to corner lo J, A D. Allen; thencu their line HUT. W rj Miles to stone In line of J, o. MiAlt.ter on West side of creek; thence N S W crossing the creek ivinoles 13 links to the liesliinliie. containing NJ acres. 3 roods unci n ioles of land. s The purchaser will Iki required to ghe liond with npproml security fur the pur cha.e price, pajable to the commissioner, lienrlng 8 r cent, lutere.t from date of sale until pilil,hu lug the force and elfect of n Judgment and secured by Hen on the land. I county court day, otter for sale on n credit of lx months nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder In front of court house dour In Stanford, K)., thu trnctof lundnear II ustouMlle. In Lincoln count. K) , owned by J. It. Nnplerat the time of hlsdeatli,and tnusdescrlU'd: llegliiiilngnt n stone and JI'I.Y IS, l!"U, - liuvejtut nccivctl u rar u f E. T. PENGE, STANFORD, KY. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. SE- , TAXTON, M.O. L. V O. II. K. TAYLOK. Atty. for Tlalntllfs. 11. J. faithfulness. Lexington, Ky., STAKfORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, o fo ' ' Goiug Everyone would bo benefited by taking Foley's Oiino Laxative for constipation, stomach and liver trouble, as It sweetens tho stomach and breath, gently stimulates tho liver and regulates tti3 bowels and is much superior Special Train of Pullman Sleepeit to pills and ordinary laxatives. New leaves Lexington 6:30 r. m. . Stanford Dm? Co. July 20 1909. $22.50 Dr. Thomas P. Welch, a veteran ol Jessamine county, died at St. Peters burg, f la. Many of our citUeos are drifting towards Drlght's disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble which Foley's Kidney Remedy will quickly cure. New Stanford Drug Co. Undertaker. Cmbalmer and Dealer In Harness, laddie ry, STANFORD, stM.ruoos.wr. KY- - MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No, 80 F, A A. M. will meet In stated commuiiKatlonou each first and third Monday nights of each iu6utb, at 7:30 o'clock In their hall on main strveet, Htan. ford.Ky. Members of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to be present, T. W. Heo. Home fool i. The tract beginning ut a wliltuoak and beech. John K. S right's corutr on waters rner on wn. Neal Creek; J. K, Wright's lers N fill's Creek; thence Hill W ail poles to red oak, hickory and dogwood; thence H tVI K poles to t hickories In Martin's Hue; thepce rial W on poles to a gums and dog woodfthciiceHiu W I'll noles to 3 douwoaJi und a poplar; thence N ill K iVi poles to white oak nnd Iwech; thence H A) K 10 poles acres Covers the cost, ami includes trans- 10St.ot'giiiiiiiig, loiiiuiiuug iuuuplarcorner A tract beginning at to 11. portation, both ways, one entire berth H. F. Montgomery land, thence hi line N 44 Ill oIes h links to an nsh corner to in Sleeper, uud ouo full weeks' lxinrcl same; theiu-- N UK'. K SI poles ton chesuut oak; thence N itiu w SI iioles II links to gum corner to J. Wallace land; thence his ut Cump Algouac. land H m, W M iioles SO links to a black oak; theuce Nal w II poles to poplar and dogwood comer to Wallace thence H 17 W il poles to a black oak; thence H UHX W Hi begliinlug, coiitululug&l acres iwles to of laud. These two tracts will and be July 12. Uooklet Free. sold separately and on a credit of months, Ilonds with good Security for the purchase Drlce will Miss Ella May" Saunders, able to thebe reuulred of the uurchaseri.uav. commissioner, bearing legal In terest from date of sale until paid, having the force and effect of a ludumeiit and se Local Representative, cured by Hen on the laud, J. II, I'AXTON, M.O. L. V, 0. J.W. Alcorn, Atty. for I'.alntlft. 1. the lilglust mid best bidder In house door In Stanford, Ky the two tracts of knob land In Lincoln county, Ky owned by A.M. Fehind at time of his dentin Fuland.ilc, IMendnuts. Notice of Hale. Pursuant ton Judgment renderid nt the May term, 1UV, In the nhou styled court und action, the undersigned lumiulssloiier will between the hours of land p.m. on MONDAY, JI'I.Y U.lM), county court duy, soil at public outcry to O. Styles up to tho niinuto. Prices beyond competition. Wo nUo state that our Spring Lino in now complete. To mvo money, cumo und see ntnl be convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoes for Luliw, Miase uud Children and our line of (rent's Shoes will certainly please. Ilanuii uud Wulkover linei front of court nro hummers uud are strictly reliable. Yours fur an honest deal, CllAKLI WllKKLCK. 11. li JFirst Tfatianal SRanAj .Sian ford, Jfcy. Organifd. SSZ Capital StocA. S50.000. Surptut and 1ndiiiidtJ !Proilt, S9, OOO. Jtfat paid in 'Dividends iinoo Organisation, S2t 500. Snvita 7iv Sfccounts on Our 7tfjrits OFFICERS. . S. I locker, President;, S. Reservations Close T, Harris, t; John, , Sftmford, Kentucky. McRoberts, Cathlet; Cash'r II. C. Baugbmao, W.W. Saunders, Doolkeeper, At. DIRECTORS. J. H. Uujhmn. M D. Ulmore, J, M, I'ettui, H. J, F. Cummins. S, T. Harris, n0, C. Robinson, W. U, O'Bannoa J. S. Hockar, C. E. Tats. ' "eld, .'.' - -r- a.-