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Perry, of Bowling Green, was elected president of the Kentucky Educational Association. Tho Standard Oil Company haa announced another cut of 5 cents in tho price of crude petroleum. Justice Dowling granted Mrs. Howard Gould a separation from her husband and alimony of 30,000 a year. Richard Conn, of Columbus, Ind., has not drunk water or liquids of any kind for 20 years. He is In perfect NO. 35, k k Tho announcement of tho sudden S. Cecil, of tho 19th U. S. Infantry, U with hii cousin, Mri. Dr. death of Mr. Thomas J, Robinson at Hustonvillo last Friday was received Barker. Dr. Alcorn la having Hardin Downey hero with the deepest sorrow and re put on extra job of concrete aids walk gret, this being the place of his nativity, where many relatives and friends In front of hla homo. Tho Ladles of the C. W. B. M. will reside. Funeral services were conduct meet at the Christian church Thursday ed nt his Into homo in Hustonvillo on nt 3 p. M , and all members aro invited Sunday forenoon by Eld. W. S. Willis nnd the remains wcro buried in Lancas- to bo present. Telephone Co'a. tcr cemetery in tho afternoon. Tho Tho Hustonvillo exchange, having been destroyed by Immenso throng of pcoplo that attendtho late fire, will be in full running ed evidenced the high respect nnd nf- -' order by July 1st in tho Newton build, fection In which ho was held. Ho was a son of Jacob Robinson, ono of tho ing. of tho congregation of tho The wheat harvest is about finished and oats never looked better and will Christian church in this city. Thcro glv an unusually largo yield for this were seven sons and two daughters in section. Corn la looking fine but Is not this prominent and influential family, this being the fifth son to pass away out of the weeds. Win. W. I'cavyhouse secured a first within n few years, Mr. A. C. Robinclass certifieato as a teacher before son being tho only survivor. Deceased the examining board In your city last embarked In business in Hustonville week and we doubt if there was one about 40 years ago and was 66 years old when he died. He married Miss Minhaving a higher rating. Miss Marguerite McCormsck waa tho nie Kauffman, a sister of the late H. winner of a beautiful gold watch given C. Kauffman. By honesty and indusSaturday evening to tho young lady try he acquired considerable property, getting largest number of votes, by which, together with the richer Inheris tance of an untarnished name, is be"Anderson's Comedians," a queathed to those whom he loved. He vaudevllla company. Mrs. Jennie Carpenter will entertain waa a member of the Christian church her class, "The Growers and Goers," and his life was devoted to and guided nt her home on Friday afternoon next by thoso correct principles which happiness here nnd hereafter. He from 3 to C and from 8:30 to 11 V. m. All members are asked to tako note of had no warning of the approach of this and come cither in tho afternoon death and he needed none, for he had or to the night mooting according to obeyed tho divine commands to watch and be ready. Every community Is their convenience. Tho work done by tho steam grader mudo better by such a life, and his ex In this locality recently has evidenced cellent traits of character and high tho fact Its work Is a grcst improve- standard of morals will be. emulated by ment over the work dono by plowing those with whom he lived, moved and and scraping. When tho amount and had his being Lancaster Record, quality of work dono in a day by it, is properly considered, it will be found to bo cheaper than tho old system. Dr. W. F. Carter and Miss Bcttie B. Transactions in live stock here the Hicks, popular young folks of Urod- past week were: D. C. Allen one cur head, were married last week. hogs and cattlo GJ to Gc and 3 to IJc William Jennings Brgan, Jr., and Jno. Lynn, one car cattlo to Miss Helen Virginia Bergcr, of MilCincinnati at 31 to 4J. Coulter & waukee, Wis., were married at Kin- ono mixed car hogs nnd nikinic Lodge.the summer home of Mr. butcher stuff BJ and 41c respectively. and Mrs. F. I). Levering, on the West McCormack. Myers & Vaughn, ono shore of Grand Lake, Colorado. car lambs Clc. This firm has 600 fine Mr. W. T. Plannngan, of Lebanon young owes that they will hold for the Junction, and Miss Laura Dye, of this fall market. county, were quietly married June 23, Miss Allio Yantis, of Lancaster, was by Rev. T. W. Barker at tho Methotho guest of tho Missca Baughman dist parsonage. The bride is the pret last week. Miss Ada Alcorn has re- ty nnd accomplished daughter of Mr. turned from a delightful visit to her and Mrs. W. D. Dye, of Kingsville, nnd sister, Miss Mattie, in Chicago. Miss stands high among the leading educa Illrtie Breeding, of Columbia, is visit- tional workers of the county nnd we Col. feel ing C. L. I'ito at Violet Slope. that ono of our best teachers is Jno. Morris and Mr. Davo Prcwitt leaving tho ranks. Tho groom is a were the gucsta of T. L. Carpenter. splendid young man and formerly lived Mm. Pearl Beverly, of Nicholasvillc, is in Stanford. He has been employed a visiting D. C. Sipplo and family at number of years on tho L. & N. railJumbo. Mr. L. C. Dunn has returned road and is one of tho best engineers from Louisville in a greatly improved on tho road. Their many friends join condition after a few weeks treatment in wishing them all happiness. They there by a specialist for general de- left immediately fdr Cincinnati, Indianbility. apolis and other Northern points. Af Last week Mrs. Iturdctto Powell and ter July 10 they will bo at home to their son nnd chili! a few friends nt Lebanon Junction. months old got into their runabout for A Fm knu. a short drive Tho son driving, ran ovMon Past Fifty In Danger. over tho er an obstruction throwing him Men past middle II to havo found dashboard, when, Mrs. P. laying tho infant on lloor of vehicle, leaned for- comfort nnd relief In r'oloy's Kidney ward to help her son, who was holding Remedy. L K. .Morris, Doxter, Ky , to tho crossbar, whilo tho horse, run- writes: "Up to a year ago my father ailllered from kidney mid bladder ning, struck another obstruction throwing Mrs. Powell out, both wheals pass- trouble and several pli)slelanx pro ing over her. Tho horso was stopped nounccd It enlargement of tho prostate by a man who knew the rig, nnd get- glund nnd advised an operation. On ting in to tako it homo found tho in account of hi ago wo wcro afraid ho fant, Mrs. Powell and son. Mrs. P. could nut stand It and 1 recommended wAJ unconscious, but asido from scare Foley's Kidney Itemedy, uud tho first and slight bruises all made an almost botllu relieved him, nnd after taking tho Hccond boltlo ho was no longer miraculous escape. troubled with this complaint. Now MIDDLEBURG. Stanford Drug Co. Magistrate's court, for tho trial of CHURCH MATTERS. V:Ivll cases, was held hero Friday. Rev. Homer Carpenter closed n meetF. L. Jonea and W. E. McWhorter aro out cutting wheat. Tho crop in this ing at the Christian church at Hilltop, Fleming county, with 20 additions. section is good, though tho weather has Rev. D. M. Walker will preach at the been quite unfavorable for cutting. Christian church at Crab Orchard next Owing to the continued rainy weather Sunday morning and night. Rev. Geo nnd tho very sorry crop prospect, Q. It. D. Verco, pastor of tho Crab Orchard Jones thought It advisable to call oil church, will fill Rev. Walker's pulpit the Fourth of July entertainment at nero. Oak Park. With flour nt U per hundred, bacon Could Not Be Better. at lGc per pound and meal at $1 per No ono has over inado u salvo, olnt llKo starvation. bushel, looks somewhat These are the prices hero and poor mor- ment, lotion or balm to compuru with tals are having to grin and endure them. llucklen's Arnica Salvo, Us tho ono J. W. Hocen. our hustling huckster perfect heater of Cuts, Corns, Burns, will likely bo the domocratic candidate Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, for jailer in this county. "Mr. John IVzeum, Salt Rheum. For Soro Eyes, aa he la familiarly known, is quite popular, especially among the ladies of Cold sores, Chapped Hands its su Infalllblo for Piles. Only Whom ne uuya i'KKB b"J cnicnena, mm preme. J. P. Hichardson will havo to "git up U5o nt Penny ' Drug Store. and git" if he occupies the jailer a mansion during the next four years. Former Representative John W. CravlegisF. L. Jones haa resigned his position ens, of the Montgomery-Menefeat the telephone exchango and Lester lature district, died ut hia homo in Jeter now has charge. J. W. Hogen Hazel Green. i and E. L. Gadbcrry went to Liberty Monday. Misa Ithoda Elliott, of Mt. Trouble Makers Ousted. viaiting her undo, S. G. ElliOlive, la When a sufferer from stomach trouott. Mr. and Mrs. Esgar Cox, who have been with Mr. and Mrs. Jason at Yose-mlt- e ble takes Dr. King's Now Life Pills for some weeks, returned Friday he's mighty glad to seo his Dyspepsia to their home at Alma, Nebraska. and Indigestion fly, but more-he-'s his now, tine appetite, A tickling or dry cough can be tickled over 'quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's strong nerves, healthy vigor, all because stomach, liver and kldneya now Cough Remedy, No opium, no first-clas- Cpt. J. National Gapitol Id Soap. Tljis Display is Worth Conjing health. ! Tho Evansville street car strikers aro nld from Indiana labor organize-ganlzcr- a lions in order to continue their struggle against tho Evansville Traction Co. Tho Fort William Henry Hotel, owned by the Delaware and Hudson Co., at Lake George, N. Y., was destroyed by fire. Tho fosa is estimated nt S250,- 000. matrimonialT Two Negro convicts escaped from the of the Frankfort penitentiary by removing a atone from a narrow window. One was captured In a wheat field. F. G. Mausey, cashier of the Bank of Durbin, W. Va., was instantly killed when his automobile, running at a good speed, became nnmanageable and leaped over a precipice. With two months of hard work before It the Atlantic battleship fleet Is assembling In Hampton Roads, Va , for the Summer maneuvers, which will be extensive nnd exhaustive. Much of the tine of the Senate was given to tho discussion of n motion by Senator Bacon placing agricultural im plements on the free list, but it waa re jected by the decisive vote of 20 to 45 Judge E. C. O'Rcar, of tho Kentucky court of appeals, was tho principal speaker before the Tennessee Bar As sociation in annunl convention nt Chattanooga. His subject was "Trial by old cell houso Miles to See. There is now on exhibition in our large center window a display of great interest from an artistic and architectual standpoint a fac simile representation of our National Capitol Building at Washington. D. C, constructed of the famous Royal Medicated Cuticle Toilet Soap and shows front elevation and Arch of Triumph and Ornamental Columns of Liberty. On the inside of our store there will also be on exhibition a reproduction of the famous Mary Washington Monument made of Soap. This monument being erected by the women of America in memory of the mother of our first president, and is the only monument in the world erected by woman to woman. popularity. Through Ever lending in furthering the interests of the people lius wou for this store the prominent poition which we hold in retailing circles we have been selected and appointed sole distributing agents by the ROYAL SOAP COMPANY, of Cincinnati, O., of Lincoln county, whose 6oap has been the standard of excellence for a quarter of a century. More tiian D.UOO.OOO families throughout the length and breadth of the land today using Medicated Royal Cuticle Soap and will wa no other. It is so cheap it can bo no cheaper, so good it can lie no better and is within the reach of all. 1 lua soap is the purest, softest and niot soothing soap you can put on your nanus and tace ami complies with tho pure food aud drug act of 11)00. This soap is famous elsewhere, but has never before been sold iu county under the present name. This same soap, under proprietary titles, is sold everywhere at 2oc a cake, but owing to the gigantic deal which we have made with the lactory we will sell it during tins sale at the aevcn-year-ol- d believed that any appeal will be taken cither by Mrs. Howard Gould or her husband from the decision of Justico Dowling granting Mrs. Gould the separation for which she sued nnd $36,000 a year nlimony. A mob of CO masked men took Sylves ter Stennlen, n Negro known ns "Alabama Red," from the jail at Wiiburton, Okla., and lynched him. The Negro had shot and killed Albert Turner, n Deputy Constable, who had attempted to arrest him. The Georgia railroad strike arbitration board decided against tho seniority of whito firemen over Negroes. The arbitrntors, however, placed a premium on intelligence among firemen which it is believed will ultimately result in the gradual elimination of all except the most expert Negroes. County Judge S. S. Taulbce, of Breathitt county, narrowly escaped being shot to dijnth while in a difficulty with John and Norman McCoy near his lumber yard at Jnckson. According to Judge Tnulbce tho trouble nroso over a disputed payment for work done by the McCoys, who were later arrested, Robert Emmett Eastman, cornered by a posso seeking him on the charge of murdering Mrs. Woodwill, drew a revolver nnd fired a bullet into his heart whilo standing in tho rowboat near St. Michocls, Md., in which he had attempted to escape. Though tho police believe Eastman, was alono re sponsible for the crime, his story writ ten in n letter found on his body will bo Jury." It Is not Ridiculous Price of 5c a Cake, 60c Per Dozen. We will does not think it ly epial refund nmouiit of purchase price to any person who has bought this soap and after trying it to any 25c soap, or in any way not pleased with their purchase. $30.00 GIVEN AWAY FREE. Wc aro giving away ABSOLUTELY FREE S30 worth of merchandise to tho persons who will estimate tho nearest to tho ituicber of cakes of soap in tlio construction of tho Capitol Building as shown in our window. Tho contest is open to every one, excepting employee of this store. Meu, women and children have the same chance. This contest closes SATURDAY, JULY 24, at 3 o'clock P. M. Thoenvelopo containing the correct number will bo in the hands of M. M. BRIGHT, Cashier of tlio Liucoln County National Bank, in n sealed envelope, having been sealed by tho decorator of tiie window and absolutely no SATUR-T1Aone knows tho number, not even tho proprietor of the store. The envelope will be opened at our store awarded. .TITIV '4., i- o'clock - m. and nrizes , ...,ww-. . . .1.1 Tho prizes will be awarded to tho hrst 11 persous who havo estimated uio nearest iu iuu number of cakea ot Wo are olferiug SoO in mercliau- shown in our window. soan used in the construction of tlio Capitol Building as disc. Como and learn about the contest V !- ., ...1 investigated The entire wood pulp and print paper schedules were agreed to by the Senate with amendments as proposed by Sena' tor Brown. Tho wood pulp amendment provides for the free admission of me cnantcany ground pulp, with n provision that whero any country is found discriminating against the United States tho President shall have tho power to Iovy a duty of of a cent per pound. On chemical wood h pulp there is to be a duty of of n cent if unbleached and of a cent if bleached. Incase of dis crimination the duty in each coso shall bo doubled. one-sixtone-fourt- h IMPORTANT. Here Are the Offerings How You Can Get the Prizes. Now is the time to get your soap. You get five times tlio value of your purchase and one of the 830 worth ot prizes if you guess nearest the number cakes soap. Don't drug tho Stomach, or stl'ini- luto tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is wroog. It Is tho weak nerves that aro crying out for help. Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's itostoratlvo, and sea how quickly good health will como to you ugain. Test it and see! Sold by Penny's Drugstore Joseph M. Brown, son of "Joo" e Brown, one of Georgia's Governors, took office as' Governor of Georgia amid ceremonies of Jefferson-Ia- n simplicity. war-tim- nl." To increase merchandise sales all Prizes will !o divided equally in ptrtons buying merchandise and at cuso of a tic. thobamo time buying soap, during 1st Prize 1 barrel No. 1 llour..88.G0 this sale, will recccivo FUEK guesses 2nd Prize 1 lawu mower.. ..rr..?5.00 as follows: 3.00 3rd Prizo Carpet Sweeper With every 25c purchase 1 guess 4th Pf izo 0 Pc'ky. Cliaso & Sanborn With every 50c purchase 3 guesses 83.00 M.itJ With every 81 purchase 4 guesses 82.50 5th Prize Robinson Razor With every $l.r0 purclmso 0 guesses 6th Prize 1 O. K. Freezer 82.00 With every 82 purchaso U guesses 7th Prize 10 lb. premium Iard..81.50 With every 82.50 purchase 12 guesses 8th Prize I Tin Water Set 81.25 With every 85 purchase 24 guesses 1 Pair Scissors 81.00 Dth Prizo With every 810 purchase 50 guesses 10th Prize 1 lanq 81.00 With every 815 purchaso 75 guesses 11th Prizo 1 granite colleo pot 81.25 w!.i.' ....-- .. son miroliiiko 100 miesses 8110 00 With every 825 purchase 150 guesses With With With With With With With Willi With 1 cake of soap 1 gu&a 0" 5 cakes of soaj guesses 10 cakes ot soap 15 guesses 20 cakes of soap 35 guesses 25 cakes of soap 50 guesses 1)0 guests 40 cakes of soap 50 cakes of soap... .125 guesies 72 cakes of soap 100 guesses 144 cakes of soap.. .400 guesses o m The cleverest Imitation of real Coff- ee- over yet made U Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, It Is fine in flavor and la made in just ono minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made etc. Sample free. This Great Sale of Royal Cuticle Medicated Soap Begins Monday Morning June 28. -- from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, Penny's Drug Store. William C. Yatea has been appointed chlo-rofor- nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. work right. Store. 25o at Penny's Drug postmaster at Portland, Adilr couaty. HIGGINS, STA0RD' W.'H. V r' v m The Interior Journal. C C. WALTON SOME misguided writer has tired a blank in the last issue of the Kentucky Advocate. He has made an attack against something about which he knows, ostensibly, very little. He says the new movement for educational progress Is to loot tho, treasury nnd to ben-cf- it a favored few. In the first place, not one cent of the State's coin is taken for tho purpose of paying tho expenses of the speakers. Tho thrust made impugns the motives of hundreds of the leading educators, among whom is Danville's own Dr. Hinitt, who most assuredly can have no motivo other than altruistic. In tho same issue of the Advocato will be found a notico of the increase of per capita, despite tho fact that there are over 4,735 more pu pil children in our borders. The pur pose of this campaign is to stir up a EVIDENTLY TO DEFEAT AN COME TAX. IN- general uplift, to create a healthy sentiment for better schools, better school houses and better surroundings, and to win a Btrong support for the foundation principles of a school law which has for its spirit progress in education. An aroused public sentiment along educational lines means an Improvement of our citizenship, and who can conscientiously oppose any movement which our will vastly improve citizenship, good State's most valuable asset? We would respectfully suggest to our deluded friend that he depart from tho fears that Kentucky's bone and sinew of legislators and educators are all corrupt and are oligarchical. Such fears afe bats and owls hooting at the dawn, and the hopes of many of our favored sons in the pedagogical world are larks, Binging the new day of a better ened citizenship. The thrust at Normal Schools can not be verified by the argument deduced in the article which says they are for a favored few. Nine tenths of the students in these Normal Schools are rural school teachers, or they expect soon to make teachers in the rural schools. Teachers from all sections are in at tendance. Ask any of these if they arc benefited by said training and they uni versally answer, yes. Then we can easily assert that the illiterate sections are the beneficiaries, for as is the teacher, eo is the school. These more than 2,000 teachers so trained since the establishment of these schools, will go to as many schools better prepared to instruct and develop those who attend Mr. Taft thinks It would be trifling with the Supreme Court for Congress to pass an income tax law on the sup- -. position that that tribunal would re verse iUelf, adding that such action would not strengthen popular confidence In tho stability of judicial construction nf thn rnnatliutlnn. nut even a big president like the present Incumbent i of the office can bo mistaken. A majority of tho people of tho United States thought the decision 14 years j ago which was made by a court divided five to four, both wrong and unfortunate, and they want a court whose personnel has been greatly changed to bo given a chance to affirm or reverse the former decision. There is never great popular confidence in tho decisions of a divided court and the ono on tho InMr. Taft's come tax is no exception. suggestion as to a constitutional amendment to secure an income tax Is for the purpose apparently of delaying and preventing tho democratic effort to secure an income tax. The youngest inhabitant would hardly live to seo the culmination of tho slow process of consti- Summer FOOT WEAR Our specialty. We do not hesitate to say that we have for 20 years given you the best TiJ Stiles Monarch Shirts that manufacturers produced. STYLE tutional amendment. As the 4th of July falls on Sunday this year, tho annual slaughter will likelv hn nostnoned till tho 5th. The American Medical Association has col- pet p.! statistics of tho slaughter on In dependence day for five years and they show that 1,153 persons were Kiiica in the United States. The wounded num bered 23,673. Last year there were 1C3 killed and 937 wounded. Appeals for a sane and sober celebration of the Dec laration of Independence this year will doubtless, as formerly, fall on deaf cars and Tuesday's daily papers will contain as usual casualties that will discount the report of a battle of deadly war. 1 ALONE is defective. SERVICE ALONE will Linen Collars. GUARANTEED HOSIERY not do, but combine Beauty and Service and we have a perfect garment and this we find more prominent in the following lines: The "WALKOVER" retailing at $3.50, $4 and $5 for men. "MENZIES," the Best and Softest and Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever saw, The fiscal court of Lyon county, with utter disregard for the law and to show its sympathy for criminals, appropriated tho people's money to pay the damages assessed against certain night riders by the Federal court in favor of parties who were either whipped or had their nroncrtv destroyed. It was u most flagrant abuse of power and a shameful exhibition of a love ot lawlessness. It is gratifying, however, to note that the countv attorney has just brought suit to enjoin the appropria tion and there is every prospect mat a most audacious scheme will be blocked. lit New colors. $3 and $3.50. Now see these goods and you will agree that we have not made it too strong. Cummins & Wearen, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. t STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oun brother, Mr. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, was overcome by heat as fieir Bchools. ho was going from his office to his We hope that the intellect of the home about nonn Friday and for a man who knocks on the attempt at while could neither see nor hear. His higher education and improved condi drrht rnmn to him in a short while but tions will be cleared of its maze and his hearing was not good for a or that his heart may be led along the up so. We are glad to state that ne was ward path; "for the heart even in its about himself again when last heard dreams hears the sound of invisible mu from. sic." May the young goddess, the daughter of Light and Beauty, lead all Did you ever try to wade through such benighted friends from the bogs, one of Miss Alice Lloyd's interminable the thorns and the night,andlead them, newspaper articles on the tobacco quesas did Homer, to the all but heavenly tion? If not, don't run the risk of beheights of a purer light educationally, ing sun stroked this hot weather. Gov. It is the ardent wish of this writer that Willson, in his happiest mood, never some great light may shine around strung together words with such voluabout all such persons who see only bility and absence of meaning. in every advance movement, as that Senator Bailey has been explaining which shone around that young patri his vote some more for u duty on hides, cian, Saul, as he journeyed toward Da lexan win mascus and give new impulses to their iron. etc. If the brilliant stick to the democratic platform and hearts and make their days to be full of republicans he will activity for progress in education in stop voting with the much. It is a against not have to protest so stead of exercising themselves pity that he continues to disappoint his dy We have added to our stock a new line of EaS333S0S33Si3SgSS33l fg Prescription Pointers ! COOKING RANGES, 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 the goods, the equipment, the with all the latest improvements. The Mystic Steel Range and the Ruby Cast Range. We ask you to call and see them. it. friends. TiiEvountr kine and queen of Spain are setting their subjects a good exam-Di- e aeainst race suicide. Three child ren inside of three vears would bo a pretty good record even for a mountain pair. It is unheard of in royalty. POLITICAL. Gov. Willson appointed John P. Has- well. of Breckenndge county, Railroad Commissioner to succeed the late McD. Ferguson. Hon. John M. Letterle, for 10 terms a member of the Legislature from Louisville, has announced himself acan- didate again. He is a most excellent man and a staunch democrat. t The fare law passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature In 1907 re ceived another blow when Judge Wil son in common pleas court at Philadel phia declared the law unconstitutional. The president nominated Jordan Her bert Stabler, of Maryland, and Philip M. Hoefele, of Missouri, to be secretaries of legations of the United States two-cen- W. H. H ICG INS, Stanford, Kentucky. Speaking of typographical errors, a funny one appears in the Lexington Herald of Sunday, when the immortal James Birncy Beck is referred to as "James P. Puck." It is told that when a gentleman named Buck was appointed Minister, to Peru, Senator Beck, who had unconsciously signed his petition, asked, "who the hell is Buck?" His shades will now doubtless turn over in their graves and inquire, "who the hell is Puck?" The Paducah Negro who was to have been hanged Friday was a fool for killing himself. He might have known Gov. Willson would not let him hang. In an hour after his death from morphine a reprieve from the executive, who did not know of the suicide, reached the sheriff. It begins to look like Willson has determined that no Negro shall feel the halter draw. Washington has an ordinance prohibiting tho keeping of a rooster on a square of which 75 per cent, is improved, without the consent of a majority of those owning tho property. If such an ordinance were made and enforced against howling dogs it would be more appropriate and add to the enjoyment of tired nature's sweet restorer, gentle sleep. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Use Arnold's Buggies There is nothing better. We' pajntj Old Ve hicles and maKe tnem iook uko new. Get our prices. We solicit your trade. ?. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. Make your home ns modern (or your fumily as a city MR. FARMER: reeidence, aud place yourccli'iu it position, to get tho latest market cjuotatious at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephono wrvico, which you aud your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest oflico or writo direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our epeciiU "Fur-meLino" rate. If you are not ut present enjoying telephone service, wo can immediately mtcreat you. Our linen cover the States of Kentucky, Tenuceseo. Mississippi, Louisiaua and tho Southern jwrtion of Indiauu and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. IHinoU. (IMCOUI'UHATKUI 01 LAWN FENCE is a less expensive and better fence than wood. More ornamental, dura-bi- o and n timo fnvcr na you need no now, hammer and nails to keep it in repair. Call nt onr store, eo tho beautiful fabric ami gates aud let us ihow you the low price on a good fence job. at Quito, Ecuador, and Madrid, Spain, respectively. For the first time Binco the long wranelo over the tariff schedules. Sen ator Aldrich met defeat Friday, when Senator Penrose's amendment to place duty of I cent a gallon on crude oil Mrs. Howard Gouldl She will was lost by a vote of 3 1 to 40. Poor Gov. Hoke Smith, who retires from have to scuffle along on a beggarly $30,000 a year alimony and wear u dress office, suspended from office Chairman nt tho State, Itallroail more than once. She will also have to n n Commission. Suspension was because cut cut the toddies. It horrible to con- of McLendon's recent decision in reusitemplate. May be, however, that hav- ng to order State railroads to reduce ing been elevated from a circus girl she rates between Savannah and Atlanta, can abreviute her clothing and drink known as the "port rates." red lemonade for a stimulant. To avoid berlous results take Foley's Teddy cupped the climax one day Kidney Itemed y it the first sign of last week by killing three buffaloes. kidney or bladder disorder such as Your "Uncle Theodore" is a hunter backache, urinary Irregularities, exfrom away back, especially when he haustion, and you will soon be well, has a bunch of experienced hunters to Now Stanford Drug Oo. drive up the game. RURAL TELEPHONES. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. INSURANCE. Rheumatism Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, Ihll dplorU) found the lost l&srwllent with In tba CHr et Is Uennoni with I All Kinds of Farm Darmttodt Snoop' i Ronedr tu toad which Dr. prwcrtptlon. tnated tuni. that but IncndUst. I Property, Everything, a perfected.otdDndibl,uecutuUbow. Without tt una cum Kheumatlua but curable oun Light- much dreaded dlteoM. Tboe ot tab heretofore Everywhere. tuuUr f ning, Fire, Tornado, watte.atoundtnlUieumaUaBlood oteeeptodleeolfeM Ihll ntaedy and put away under tho action pur water. added to turnwMa wbendluolred. Life.LiveStock.Health freelythen,doefmm the that polaonou now no the Kbeumatlitn It ton fonrar. Thr and Accident, Plate roal boio. no actualooaicumoaanaano loactr with t tuStr need t Glass.Suretyon Bonds out w mu, u Immediate attention Dr. Shoop's given to losses which Rheumatic Remedy are paid without dlMOM. CbemlM KheumaUo I R. B. MAHONY I hY knot triad ud lotted ew toat&ml NMt niatir that will itiaSlanlfe fllftortod UraU of ohronlo cripDlM. BOf Ban bony KrowtEi Uck lo flfh riln. That Utaasoortblt. 7 04 loot, lr ftll cmie nod-Il- k when, And ImaIv MM iTmUla- - ftiui OftUM Of Tha McKhiniy WmIm Mills, McKlnnty, Ky. It now In operation and ! ronily to ivrto ttie nubile in making Jfnut. I.tuwyn, lllunketi. flannel!, Yurui, Ktc. Will either exchang itootU It. iIIku- for O. Harry Jacobs, Ik'ulvr lu uuJ Manufacturer of U I: i J work wool or tkt market urlce fur wool. H.WIlUlllT, J'ror. Marble and Granite Monuments, Marker' and loti, (tometery anil Lawn Office and wurki, Vuteaanii Ky. PENNY'S DMJt STOflE. 0lkJajM -- wmww ' WSIIBBSjRSiPiSBSilllSB 'fnw n,sii 3 For the date of the beginning of our Greatest of all Great sales. We will combine the Corbin and Stanford stocks in one GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALE. Two stocks of goods are too many. We must sell one of them. A Great sacrifice sale will move them. Exact date in next issue. Look for the big poster telling of the LOW PRICES. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. & SON, m STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin p. I Try some of Wilkinson & Singleton's Lost, between Moreland postofflco MlS Dora Stuauii has been In Lancountry killed beef, pork nnd mutton. and M. W. A. Hall's, $25 in bills. Findcaster for n few days on business. er will please keep $5 and give mo tho Mr. and Mrs. L R. Hudiies went Don't fail to rcadW. II. Higgins' balance. C. K. McClure, Moreland. to Mt. Vernon Sunday and spent a few "ad" on 1st page and Itako advantage 20. 1000 hours. Btahfoiw, Ky., - Ji-si-: Miss Leua Partridge, of Richof his proposition. Mrs. Cicero Reynolds' condition is mond, and Judge W. T. Lafferty, of most critical. Lost, between Stanford and Crab Lexington, will speak in the Baptist Icr. niiRAM soda water at Penny's Mr. II. L. Warner and wife, of An- Orchard, a lady's watch. Reward. W. church Wednesday Drug Store. at 10 A M., and 2 P. derson, Ind., are here. G. Napier, Crab Orchard. M., on Public Education In Kentucky. Maudo nnd Misses Annie Dunn, "PERSONALST We have just employed an expert G. Singleton, Supt. left yesterday for Mary Carter plumber and tinner from tho city and Mrs. H. C. Anderson la threatened Chicago. Will Booker, a Negro coal driver Mrs Kate Harman, of Dayton, 0., congratulate ourselves that wo havo for W. S. & E. B. Denham, waa shot with fever. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank two of the best workmen In tho State. in the foot by his wife Sunday morning. Mns. Mattie Nkvius Is visiting Wo guarantee our work. W. K. War- The first report was that jealousy Cord Icr relative!. Dn. JosErit Heck, of Nicholasvillc. caused tho trouble but the wife claims Prescott Hrown returned to Mt. ner. n. Vernon with James Thompson and will was hero Saturday. To Mammoth Cave. Lincoln county that the shooting was accidental. Any excursion to Mammoth Cave from all way she will have an opportunity of J. C. ItEYNOLtis is working for the spend several days with him. Mr. J. 11. Hhioiit and wife are back stations July 21st on regular morning telling in court how it happened. L. & N. at Lebanon. m Miss Claiia CoorEit visited Mrs. J. from Rock Hill, S. C. Rev. and Mrs. trains by Paris and Latonia. A three MlRCALE.-M- rs. John Mircale, who II. R. Mills accompanied them. K. Muck at Gilberts Creek. days trip to tho world's greatest wonder Prop. J. W. Ireland leftSunday for for $12 G5. Tickets include tho railroad lived with her husband and children on Miss Lois Wii.U3 Is with her parents Wayne and Clinton counties to take fare, board at hotel and the several Green river, was found dead in bed the nt Hustonvllle for tho Summer. of Danville, Is so- part in tho "Whirlwind hducational routes through the Cave, also one night other morning. Sho had been a sufferHon. C. C, Fox, Campaign." for a dance or social nt hotel. Return er from heart trouble for some time. journing at Crab Orchard Springs. Deceased was about 65 years old and Judge W. E. Varnon. ofAshevilie, limit 10 days, see L. & N. agent. Ai)WE McClary is the guest of Miss came to this county from Bell about Creek. Sunday with his daughter, N. C, spent Mrs. J. E. lluck at Gilberts For tho benefit of tho people on the two years ago. The burial took place Hon. G. M. Davison, of Stanford, Miss Martha Varnon, who is with the Misses VanDeveer. east side, who live away from the buai. In the family burying ground. Friday. -S- omerset Times. was here Mrs. J. M. Carter and daughter, ness part of the city, M. Cook & Co, Mrs. T. J. Foster went to Lebanon Miss Florence Carter, returned Friday The Banquet a Success. Wolton's druggists, at 700 Woodland Steet, have Saturday to visit Mrs. C. T. Uohon. Miss Carter, who from Columbia. Opera House was a scene of beauty and installed nn automobile delivery. This Miss Nell Flanican, of Lebanon went there about a month ago to visit been very ill, and her is the first drug store in Nashville to joy for several hours to 125 or more Junction, is with Mrs. J. A. Chappell. relatives, has to see her and remained men on Thursday evening when the MesijamesT. P. Hill and Julia Mar- mother went she was able to come do that, though it is quite common in biggest banquet seen in Stanford for with her until the east. The growth of their busi tin spent lait week at Olympian home. ness demanding some method which many years was given. The members Spring. might put them in close touch with of the Bible class taught by EM. D. M. LOCALS. Miss KlJZAliETll SUMATK of their customers, an automobile seemed Walker were the hosts and right well of Miss Hcrtha was tho guest Ll n HEY cut glass at Mueller's. to be the only practical way to meet did they entertain their invited guests. Jackson. The good women of the Christian Wedding and graduating presents of the situation, so they have purchased church spent many days preparing for MI38 Anna Chancellor is visiting a handsome car of high speed capacity McKinney for quality nt Mueller's. tho MIsics Heck at for tho purpose, and will, when the the occasion and when 8 o'clock Thurs several days. Look at the beautiful soap house in business demands, add another. There- day evening came all was in readiness. Mrs. Hay and Mis Napier, oi units W. II. Higgins' window. fore residents away out need not ex- The gentlemen were invited to assem ville. arc visiting Mrs. J. S. Mobley in perience any more delay in having their ble at the Christian church, where a tho Writ End. New wash suits, new wash coats and prescriptions filled than though they half dozen pretty girls served frappe. Miss Mary Vanoy has returnod from wash skirts. Severance & Son. Some 30 minutes were spent in conver lived in the shadow of a drug store. in Nashville, where she held a ositiun Kennedy was fined $25 in Judge Nashvillo Banner. Mr. Cook isa broth- sation, after which the crowd marched Ed a milUncry store. B. Cooper and E. to the opera house where a splendid or liss Mary Horcii is back from W. A. Tribblo's court for disorderly er of Mcsdames G. place. chestra from Lexington was making C. Walton, of this conduct. Northampton. Mass , v. hero she taught melodious music. In the opera house In the big oral school. Stephenson. After an illness ex were 12 tables, with room for 12 per The L. & N, will make some low 4th of near StanMrs. Henry Catron, of July rates, Ask Agent J. S. Rice tending over almost a decade, Mrs. sons at each, most artistically set and ford, is visitingjicr lister, Mrs. J. Fish. about them. Bcttio Pennington Stephenson, relict at these the guests were soon seated. -- Ml Vernon Signal. of Alex Stephenson, breathed her last Eld. Walker announced Eld. Joseph Sunday, white silk fan at 9:25 Saturday night. Always a Severance, of Frankfort, toastmaster. JAr. Mack Dunn, of Auitin. Texas, Lost. Last Return frail woman, she grew weaker and and after stating his plans for the eve is visiting his nieces, Mrs. J. T. Embry in Baptist church or on street. to this otllce. and Miss Annie Dunn. weaker as the years went by and some ning he invited his hearers to partake Mrs. Suk Taylor and children, of Taxes. -- The tax books for 1909 are 10 years ago she was taken to the of the good things before them. At Augusta, Kansas, were guests of tho now ready. Come in and get your re- home of her sister, Mrs. Hugh Reid. each seat was a plate of good things family of Mr. S. J. Hell. where she remained in her room most consisting of many substantiate. This ceipt T. J. Hill, sheriff, Miss Mattie Sacray, who has been of the time nnd where the end cxpect-edl- y was enjoyed, after which Mr. W. I. Your attention is called to tho big inHmr fw duvs' rest, is back at her came. Deceased was 54 years old Williams, of Lancasrer, was introduced Studio In Stanford ready to wait on tho "ad" of W. II. Higgins. Read it and and had been a member of tho Presby He spoke on "Some of the Joys of the you will profit by bo doing. public. terian church for many years. Her Bible Class" and told so much about m Mr. Will Moore, wife and baby, of feeble health prevented her taking the Bible, its teachings and benefits 1)11)3 for the surplus milk of the Stan Louisiana, and Mrs. Moore, of Danville, part in tho services of her church but that some thought him a bishop Mr. ford creamery will be received to and mmii nf Prof, and Mr. J. W. Including June 30. H. and her Bible J. McRobcrts. she read deal about regularly and talked Williams is ainmost interesting talker IrAlttml. n great her church and pas his heart is the work of Bible teachsecretary. Mns. C. lt MATTHEWS.of Lexington, tor. Mrs Stephenson Is survived by ing. Hon. W. H. Shanks was the next and Miss Anglo Willis, of Shelbyville. Rural Route No. 3. which runs to her mother, Mrs. J. B. Owsley, and speaker and he Interested the large KuV. W. S. .. .,l.lln Ihnlr the Green River and Ncals Creek sec sister, Mrs. Hugh Reid, and her death crowd for some 15 minutes on "The Willi, nt Hustonvllle. His knowltion. will bo run daily after July 1st, in brings deep sorrow to their hearts, Christianity of Christ." Mr. J. L. ToTTEN and handsome stead of threo times a week, as is now May Ho givo them strength to bear edge of tho Bible was so plainly shown bride, of Henderson, arrived Saturday tho caso. their burden and mako them soon to that Toastmaster Severance moved that of .i ........ mnt hv n larco number r realize that their loss is her eternal ho eschew politics and enter the minisU11U nViH .!. vj Edward Rogers, aged 22, of tho lice gain. At 10:30 yesterday morning try. Mr. Shanks' remarks were greatfriends and well wishes. Mrs. George Uakkr and son, of Jel Lick section, was declared Insane and touching funeral services were conductly enjoyed and heartily endorsed. The lico. are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs was ordered to .tho Asylum at Lexlng ed at the Reid home by Revs. J. L. next course was then served. It conSr.. nt Moreland. Mrs. ton. The doctors think that his mind Yandell and D. M. Walker, after which sisted of ices, red raspberries and cakes. im will bo restored. 11M1. It.i ltAn mlltfi 111. the body was laid to rest in Buffalo After this was over, Eld. II. C. GarriMiaspn MARCARET AND JoAN MOUNT, His A Hive Henekit. Tho Lady Macca cemetery. May those who weep find son, of Danville, was introduced. of Lancaster, attended the parcel show- - bees of Waynesburg will havo an enter comfort in tho words, Ho doeth all theme was "Man's Job." He dwelt on er given by Miss Susan risner woous, tainment nnd ico cream supper in W. things well. tho statement that ministers should tnr Miu Tovls Carncntcr Friday. not be expected to do all the church' R. Singleton's grove Thursday night, Denny Mrs. Pattie Denny, who had Ann Givens Alcorn, of Hus July 1. Everybody Invited. mi work but that laymen should have a been ill of a complication of troubles big part. He thought tonvllle. returned home on Wednesday, that well conat 4:30 Sunday for a long at 2:10 V. ftr wok's visit to her sister, Mrs. The K. C, due hero Saturday M. left afternoon. time, diedservices will be ducted Bible classes were conducive to Funeral after Hill Spalding, at her apartment in The the track at Hayden the upbuilding ot the community and noon and tho tram was delayed six or conducted at her lata home on Main haDoiness of the home. Rev. Garrison Gheens. Louisville t'osi. Uiuca Anna Fisiidack. of Livings eight hours. Considerable track was street at 10 o'clock this morning by her is a clear, forceful talker and his ef pastor, Rev. J. L. Yandell, after which ton, and Marguerite Bibb, of Stanford, torn up but nobody waa hurt. forts were well received. The third the remains will be laid beside those of .ml Mmiri. Harrv Urent Fithlan and and wPresby- her husband, Mr. Archibald K. Denny, course of the banquet coffee The concrete steps of the Clyde Huffman, of Paris, are guests of aferswas then served and after having terian church, built by Phillips Bros., In Buffalo cemetery. Mrs. Denny was M. Walker Misses Herta and Katherine aiurpny. substan- a daughter of Dr. Jackson Givens, of been Dartaken of Eld. D. F. Cummins and Mr. Wil- are as handsome as they aro Mil James Bros, did a splendid Job this county, and her entire life had been brought tho enjoyable evening's entertial. Phillips liam Severance, two prominent busl-tainment to a close with a few well will mn. were in Danville yesterday. and tho work them.prove a great adver- spent in Lincoln. Sho is survived by chosen words. It gave him great pleastisement for a daughter Miss Belle Denny, two half They camo In Mr. Cummins' handsomo to havo the visiting brothers presGivens, of Pitts- ure tourlnjt car. He Is a careful driver and We are in receipt of a catalogue of brothers, Dr. Jackson ent, it made him happy to know that burg, and Mr. Solon Givens, of South a most excellent gentleman and both the Lincoln county fair, a hundred page banquet had been such a decided and a half sister, tho ho and Mr. Severanco have many Dan- book, full and running over with good western Kentucky, success and ho felt thankful to those She Miss Delia Givens, of Danville, ville frlcnds.-Advoc- ate. premiums to bo paid to the lucky parwho had contributed to the evening's Prosby-teria- n Miss Clara Collier, of Crab Orch- ties at that splendid exhibition which had been connected with the enjoyment. Ho believed, as did many church of this placo for many ard, was tho guest of MIsa Hella Ar- takes place July 21, 22 and 23. Re of his hearers, that tho coming togethMiss Katie Leo Denny member tho dutes. Mt. Vernon Signal. years and was a most oxccllont mem- er would bo an incentive to better work nold Tuesday. ber. Mrs. Givens was a very bright in tho Bible Class and church and that has been with her cousin, Miss Hello R. B. Mahony settled with George woman and few people in this section Stanford. Mr. J. Randolph Denny, of future developments would prove the r, Harris, of Stanford, served ua an eff- Dinwiddle, who lost his livery barn In aro better read than she was. She was value of the happy gathering. As woman and to know her icient part of tho Itecord forco this tho Hustonvillo firo last week, paying a splendid Rev. Severance Is all right. The $500, the full amount of Insurance cur well was to love her greatly. week. Lancaster Hecord. Ho has an amusing anecdote for every Mr. II. Rowan Saukley, of this of- ried. Ho ulso paid Josiah Bishop $50 sympathy of this entire community occasion and tells a story as well as many who aro saddenfice, left Sunday to spend a month or for damage done his property and tho goes out to the tho best of them. Rev. Walker and company Is to repair damage ed by her taking away but for tho bo with his wife and son, who aro visit- insurance his Bible Class were fortunate in havis left alpne, great soring her father at Pueblo, Col. This la done tho Newton Hotel, which both daughter, who ing Rev. Soverance with them. The and all ot them this Mr. Saufley'a first absence from parties agreed to. Jesse D. Wcaren as row is felt. May she ladies who had the banquet In charge agent for his company, also settled In find comfort In the thought that the ButlfulIv decorated the ODera house the ofilco In years and his fellow-wor- k dam- spirit of tho splendid wife and loving and were untiring in their work of mak era hope that he will greatly enjoy the full with J. G. Weatherford for God Who gave ing things good and pretty tor me ausrespite from labor which he la so Justly age done his stock of good. The loss mother is now with the picious occasion. It. was $70. entitled to. Lan-cast- er ii m Dan-ville, mm 10 Per Cent. Discount. Until further notice we will sell any article in our storo at lO We will give Per Cent. Off. PER CENT. OFF on TWENTY-FIV- any is is Skirt left in our liouc. Also quite a number of odd? and ends anil remnants that go at cost and less than strictly acost proposition. your opportunity. cot. This nnnoy this If you w.int to sive HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. American Field Fence. SuuyuaiK-ji Strongest and Best. Just Received. A Car The Price is Lower. i ii W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of .-- rrir. i m COUNTRY - PRODUCE in Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. IMORTHCOTT, Stanford. I delre t soil prlBtely my fn.rm of a acre,. In Lincoln county, e en mue. from Htnnfordand two inlli'i from Ma) wood, oil i mtl from plUe. In good uml H tooa roudciuso to cliurcU, rurul route nrluli; promile from clioo.lioue. iJind nil verycu in auetUe. S fur,,, hi gm. hoiuool lx room,; new Imrimna nil other outbuldlnii. Abundance of llnewuteruuu fruit ulairklnus. UViNnHTON. It. K. 1). No. 1, Htnnlord, Ky. n Small Farm For Sale I MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. SO V.A A. M. lllmet In ntuted communication on end, tint nnd T;: third Hominy iilgntu of eucl, inoutn, atHtun-foro'clock In tlielr bnll on miilu ttreeet, Ky. Member, of lter lodtcen nre Imlted to be (ireaent. T. V. Hvc. llic 10 toast-maste- FARM FOR SALE! PER CT. REDUCTION, C. D. PRUITr, Moreland, Kontucky cli-ui- i iiruuluilii In 188 ncros, of which about 13f aro of clo.eouu lu wall paper. 1, Nice telectlou our time to fruiiled plctuio. Nu in L'rass. excellently improved, abun buy n tinndtoinc mantle mirror.of. Onll and eu them. L'tiolce telectlon rocker. dantly supplied with uufailiug water, OiKHlllnucif bed,, nietul nud wood, metul. and wood folding bed, crib,, cot,. uinttre,,-eLoxiugtou court-hous4 miles from aprlng,, counclie,. luenport, clinln, trui.Ki, ou Main piko. Immediate possesion. lUlt cute,, grip,,medicine exteiulou tuble,, cublneu. gin,,, centre table,, ali,door,, tc. Cull Hnd we u.. XCUMTY TRUST COMPANY, Well euulpped Hock of fuutul luppllc,. HrMce nlgbt or day. Lexington,, Ky. U. U. I'UUITT. Moreland, Ky. e CurptU, ttni:, DruiiijeW, reduction, Kuk,, Ktc. Will 10 pundit, lltnekomu niro millinery Hume bin Uiriiulu, For SO dn),. In order to up on Mat. -, gmM tii 4 H The Interior Journal. Mntertdintb tteond-da- u matter. Pett-OJk- PARMER'S DEPARTM1WT. corn. Women Who Are Envied. e at Stanford at "For Sale. 40 or 50 barrels of J. B. Foster, Stanford. No. 1. For Sale. 25,000 oak tobacco sticks. E. 0. Daugh, Wayncsburg, R. F. D. , i For Sale. Sow and eight pigs; good ones. J. A. Manning, Somerset pike, No.Sl.Houth.lltMr. A R. R. 3. No.a, toutli,ll:(0 x. No.J4, North, 4:)jv. m. Jay Eyo Sec, known the country over No. , North, 8:77 p. H. No.T7, 10:17 A. X. as the first 2:10 trotter, is dead at RaM. No.SS.llWr. cine, Wis. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. d Will trade coal by the for hay or any kind of feed. Write Laurel Feed Co., London. I A. G. Hraswoll, of Scottsvilte, sold power boiler unit engine nnil mw to W. B. Morris, of Bowling Green, a Tho resignation of Thomas F. Ryan, (or sale. Will (nil cither or both. mill pair of harness horses for $700. Char. i:siLiN,Ottrnlielm, Ky. T. Jefferson Coolidgc, of Boston, and l'ojtofflco, Wayncsburg, Ky. The hog market made still furthered-vanc- o James II. Dooley, of Richmond, from after our last Week's report, sell- tho board of directors of tho Seaboard ing on the Louisville market at ?S per Air Line, was announced. Mr. Ryan's hundred and en Chicago market at $3 20. resignation was In lino with his intenSenator Bradley had little trouble tion of retiring from many directorates. I desire to sell privately my ttock of Gro- In having the duty on hemp raised ceries and Hardware. Doing n good buslCuro thoso wii. will Invoice about $.V)0. Henson from 2 cents to 4 cents by the Senate. I'roTcntlcs -safely Candy Coldcbeck HI health. Tablets will an' quickly deHis amendment was passed without OKO. I). IIOIM'KII, Htonford, Ky, all colds and the Grip. Try them onco bate by a viva voce vote. old by I'ennys Drug Glenwood, a stallion, which was im- and seot M. car-loa- L. SN.TITCETHBLE FOR SALE Those attractive women who arc lovely in face, form and temper are the envy of many, who might ;bo like them. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous and Irritable. Constipation or Kidney poisons show In plmplos, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such, Electric Bitters work wonders, Thoyjrcgulato Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood, glvo strong nerves, bright eyes, puro breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely complexion. Many charming women owo their health and beauty to them. GOo at Ponny's Drugstore B. D. New Llvarv. CARTE If, Phone 90s STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Insurts TtfcaeM wiri Tthaect Depot Street, Isms. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, & mW L Kr E ' i--w mm STANFORD, KY. Itesldencn l'liono Mj Office, M, Insuro with mo nnd ho fully protected. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I Stock of Merchandise for Sale. rnf h f it! - r tKj A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta' Drug Storo in the Owsley Buildinp. scientific preparation fot external use. Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Eczema rjickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St Louis, Mo. ZEMO, a Eczema is Curable Penny's Drujj Store. When Ordering Clothes ilare jour mensure taken your measure. 1 will also take your measure! for extra trousers, fancy vests, top roats and oercoats, Spring and Hummer samples on band ready for our Inspection. H.O. KUI'LEY. The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. by a tailor of ex. perlence. Then our clot lies, w het her it low price, business suit or the finest evening clothes, will tune tbnt Individuality and fit which plainly indicate they were made to Itching Skin Diseases JfL.Beazley&Co., h v f I ilT.lil T. IxMinsnnd Hlscouuls Overdrafts, wviiriliiudtliiM'CUred lo.VIl 11 I .H. liomuio secure circulation i,mii liomis, securities, etc 3Ti is Hanking house, furniture and fixtures Due from National Hanks ( not reWe nro In position to do all kinds of conserve ngiutsi UH il creting, such as lllovk Work, l'uvenients Due from Htute nml Private Hunks and. In fact, we can make uuy thing from r and Compnlrsnud We can servo house down ton fence poit. 31 I. savings iuiiiks s jou promptly und guuranteo ?isf ia work und material. Call and get our prices Duefromuiinrovitlri serve agent. Stanford, Ky. Cluckmiud other rush Items. before you buy jour material nt least. Noli of other National Hanks 7Wl"J A Thrilling' Rescue. r ructlonul pnMTCurrtucy,iilckels 101 IA How Bert It. Lean, of Cheny, 'Wash., umitenis Hi'sirve In I jiw fill Money Hank, Stanford, Ky. was sacd from a frightful death Is a JI.1.MI ui vli: HMCle I A.k ID ndi r notes It Wl 00 story to thrill tho world. "A hard Itedi miitlnu fund w Ith If , H. Tn -HIDtSwoJrURS i.i nrr i.i - ret "f clreulMll"ii cold," lio wiltes, "bi ought on a Feslhers, Tallow, Btrswax, Ginseng, lung troublo that ballled an exiwi, nj Lincoln Circuit Court. (Yellow Hooti. etc. We Gotten Sta!, LiAim.mr. pert doctor here. Then I paid 810 to J. It. Harris. etc , 1'lnl nt IITi. Katliryn Capital Htockpuld In are Dealers, and can do bed er for you .Vl.llll III S15 a visit to a lung specialist In Spo- H. Harris, IH'ftndailt, Notice of Hale. Hiiridus fund fl.llO HI thtn agents or commission merchants. ndlv Idiil prollts, lis. exeiiif rendered In Inoledleuce to Reference, any Bank in Louisville. kane, who did not help me. Then I the nune styled n Judgmentaction nt the nnd tuxes mld 6;n vi court nnd Writs for weekly price list and shfo- CH.UU in National Hunk uotesoutstaiidlug went to California, but without bene- May term, UV, the underslguetl commis- Due to other Nat. Hanks I?, I Hi 40 will on picjtai. Wcfunush wool bags tree. IMie to Htate and Prifit. At last I used Dr. King's New sioner MONUAY, JULY , 1KW, ffl. SABEL fc SONS, l.ltji Discovery, which completely cured me county court day. Ixteen the hours of 1 vate auks A Hankers iiidlvldUuiUeiHi.itssuif ( 2 r. m., to 3W,1WI 11 !H6.7 for Ject to check and now I am as well as over ' For und highest offer best sale ut public oiitcr the 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. . nnd bidder In front of Notes nnd Hills Hedlscounted the m.iuiisi 7srt "i Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs court house door In Htnnford, K).,thc' house Hestrveil for taxet and lot In Htnnford, Lincoln county, K., and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Iioundeil on the North by Main street; on IWl.TTJ Kast b the W, 1". Tate lot; Whooping Cough Its supremo 60c thethe land of Dr. J. It. Owsley: oiilliohouth Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: by ami on the I, Htateof llrlght, W. M. Cashier of the and 81 Trial bottle free. Guaran- West by the lot of Mls Llcile C. Jleuzley, Ixink, do solemnly swear that the above TKIIMH. The sale will be made on a credteed by Penny's Drug Store. tutement Is true of my knowlnun. baser will lie re edge and liellef, to the HHliiilT,Oiishler. it of six months: the W. M. quired to give bond with good security for Hubscrllml nml sworn to liefore mo this The absorbing of the Loulsvillo and the purchase price, payabl to the commis (lute of lilh da of June, !'., J, J. McIUiU f ts, N. 1' Atlantic railroad, a small, but valuab'o sioner, bearing legal Interest from tffect Correct Attest: J. II. Owsley. H. II sale until paid, having tho force nnd Judgment nnd railroad system in Kentucky, operating of aproperty sold, ulso sccurtd by lien on Hhunks, J. II. 1'uxtoii, Directors. me between Versailles and Beattyvic JAMKrtC. IlKID.HpecbilCom'r. Iteoort of Mio Condition of Junction, a distance of 101 miles, by llrportof the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, tho Louisvillo and Nashville railroar1,' The National BanK of Hustotivllle, has just been confirmed by Judge A. E. nt htnnford. In the Htute of Kentucky, lit lie close of business, June J, lfiu, Richards, president of tho small road. aOluton llle. In th "Htute of Kentucky, at the close of business June SI. I'AU. HKKOl'ltOH. mm tlTU.Ktu W Loans nnd Discounts Even one would bo benefited by takUndertasers and Embalm. 7..M3 IN Ovi rdrnlts.Mcurtdand unsi cured iikmouiickx. ing Foley's Orlno Laxative for con- Loiuuiiml IM.iount r.l.lll) (a) If. H. Honds to . cure t'lrculutluii os eri. Also Dealers in Fur1sDKI l'reinluuu on IT. H. Iiouds liver trouble, Ovtrdriiltsjii'curi'd and unsecunil stipation, ttumach and Ho mis, securities, to 1,7 liU) niture, Mattings, Rugs. They UWOil Hanking house, furniture nniinx-ture- s as It sweetens the stomach and breath, V, H. llouds to secure circulation .. si llauklug houw,furnlture,uiid tlx- will exchange Furniture for gently stimulates the liver and reguOther real a,iiiuo n.luil tuns Due from National Hunks (not re- is mucb superior Duo lates thi bonds and all Kinds of Stock. Give serveagelit.) l.lllf fo from National Hunks (nut 401 U7 Due from Htute Hanks A Hanki-r- . to pills and ordinary laxatives 11,171 37 ugeutsi Them a Call. Prices Right. Due from iiiiiiroviil rise rveuuents Due from Hlatiinnd I'rlvutn Hanks Drug Co. IM Al Checks und other cusli Items A Hauki rs. Trust Compuiiles 111 10 Notts of other Nutloual Hank. nnd Havings Hanks SIW Kractlonul paar currency, nicTwelve foreign miners were injured Due from upprov STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. kel, ami cent I.IOTTS as.uu yj reserv e agents when a cage at tho Klondike coal mine Checks und otherid Hank, cash Hems liil'l Lawful Moiey Hesvrvu In IA,wim vli: Hcle No. 4, three miles west of Clinton. Notes of other Nutloual Hunks . S.fiJO(l ih,i:,mi Leiml.tenderiiote. Ind., became unmanageable and fell Kractlonul puiier currency, nickHiMlemutlou fund with IF. H. Treas from the pit opening to the bottom of urer IS per cent, of circulation.) .iAlll 13H87 els, und cent Hue from t;. H. Treasurer, other the shaft, a distance of 315 feet. Lawful Money llewrvu In Hank, U IM thuuS per cent, redemption fund 1 15,ill NO U Hecle Many of our cltUeos are drifting tor 1,'ilOU) notes nun x) lAHILtTira. wards Hrlght's disease by neglecting lUdi'inptlon fund w lib U.H. Treas.. pMul () Capital Htock paid 111 urer 8 inr ccntof ilrculutluu symptoms of kidney und bladder trourissai Surplus fund I VkW w iillllileil prollts, lea. eXHuse ble which Foley's Kidney Itemedy will I1V7.WW 10 h;iii iti and taxes puld I.IAlllLITlm. National Hank note, outstanding fil,ua) l) quickly cure. New Stanford Drug Co. Capital Htock paid In . .. i.'),m) no Due to other National Hank .. I7,mJU w Due to Trust Companies and hav nurniu. iuiiu . . "That boy of mine has written for ifimiviutu proiu., ie. expi'usi. lug Hank ryW- - ' W' .FCT 2J money again." und tnxe. paid a.lfii 18 I ndlv Idual depoIUubJ et JH National Hank note. out. landing lu.ui) is) ISI.D'JI M to cluck "Going to send it?" . Due toother National Hunks X,4I U) Tlmecertlllcute UJIIIII) of deMslt . "1 judge 1 might as well. He has a DuetoHtate und private Iwuks ,VWU) Note unit bills redlscouuled S.SV5 81 Hills payable. Including certifiund hunkers Vx thorough follow up system." jr IlHllvldlluldi'lKxltssulilectL'liii'k IK.IMI IM cates of ileolt for money 6,1 IM U) llertllled checks. . ... borrowed Pains of women, head pains, or any Note und bills reul. counted pain Btopped In 20 minutes sure, I7,K7V Undertaker. Embatmer and Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. with Htute of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, OS Htateof Kentucky, County of Lliicoln.'sst See d ssi I, John J. Mollolierts. Cashier of the Saddlery, full formula on 25c Box. Dealer In I, J, W. llocker.Cusultruf tliHubove-nuiiie- d Imuk, do Sold by Pen- hunk, do solemnly swear that the ubovu above tatement solemnly iwiur that tho true to the best of my statement ts true to the best of mv know I. knowledge und belief. ny's Drug Store edge ami liellef, J. W. Hot'krit, Cashier KY. . STANFORD, John J, McHohkutb, Cashier, HubscrlbtilundnworntolHiforeme Miss Sarah Orne Jewett, the noted duyof June.lMCJ. J. VV. Hosklns.N.this ttli Hubscrlbed und worn to befora me this J". My Mtb. day of June, Ivuv, W. M. Ilrlght, N, I. commission expire. Veb. H&, lull. author, died at her summer home at uorrect Aiiesii r.uwuru Alcorn, J. w. Correct Attest J.H. Hooker, II, O.llaugh. Home f bout (, Scuth Berwick, lit. Mtto.riioue, 1JT. I'owelluud W.U.Oowun, DtriH.tors uiau, J. K.Uuiuuilui, Director. Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid lor external use. Zcmo gives instant elicf and permanently cures any form af Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All solved 1st. That in losing Sir Knight Boian Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, our tent has lost a faithful and devoted lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. member and the community an upright and hone3t citizen. 2nd. That we extend our heartfelt I FARM FOR sympathy to the father, mother, relagrass The farm of ltOncren. of pood blue land, lying one mile North of McKlnney ,on tives and friends and assure them that the Stanford pike. Improvements and their loss is our loss and their grief our leucine good; plenty of water and fruit. Also 123 acres of tluiliered land one mile grief. Knit of McKlnnerthnlf under fence;plenty 3rd. That we drapo our charter for of water and good tobacco land Hee J.A.UIVKNH.Agent. 30 davs and that the sir knights wear McKlnney, Ky. the usual badgo of mourning for tho same length of time. CUT FLOWERS FORJSALE! 4th. That a copy of these resolutions I can furnish the uubllc with the best, as be spread on our minute book, a copy well m thefieshe.t of tut flowers, plants of nil Kinus, uuius, poueu nowers, on suort be sent to the Interior Journal for notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths publication and a copy sent to the famlor for funeral purxne. In connection with the alxne, I lime all ily of the deceased brother. kinds of vegetables on hnnd at reasonable II. Hayes, E, C. Jordan, J. W. Sweeprices. CHIUSTMAN (IltKKX HOUHKH. ney, committee. KD IUUIIAUII, l'UOll. ported by James R. Kecnc, engaged in Storo. a battle at Forest, Va., on the farm of Duval Radford, with Champion, a FOR SALE1 heavier stallion, and was killed. We will stand ourgood red roan Short Large nnd small wheat, corn nml tobacco horn bull at $1 at gate, with the privi- farm. Ieel, rich ami free from stone. residences nml barns, good railroad conneclege of breeding until a calf is gotten, tions. Can oiler n bargain at (IS to I'M an or money will bo refunded. Sired by acre. Longtime payments. 11LAKLKY, Howling On en, Ky. John Holmes' registered bull and out of one of Hudson's graded cows. Peyton SURVEYING AN0 CIVIL ENGI- & Brent, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. NEERING. 4. 2t. R. S. Scudder, of McKinney, has sold I tho stallion, The Won amiam prepared todo all kinds of surveying c 11 engineering promptly. My work n 111 tw guaranteed nml iny prices are reader 3C31, S. H. R. The nice youngster sonable. Write me at McKlnney or call me was sired by Rex Pcavlne 1796, he by oter the. telephone through the Uustomllle Rex McDonald 833 out of a Pcavine ixciinuge. WALfKlt MrKINNKY. mare. He has for dam Stella Waxy The Truth J574, by Walking Denmark 2G4, and Every person in this city who issuf-ferinsecond dam by a son of Van Meter's Waxy. from Eczema, Pimples, DandI ruff or any form of skin or scalp Resolutions of Respect. can find relief and be permanentWaynesburg Tent No. 55 K. O. T. ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durggists sell ZEMC M. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Whereas the Supreme Ruler of the universe has again entered our midst and removed from us our esteemed and NOTICE! beloved Brother Waid Boian, who was The McKlnney ( onl ,1 Kevd Co., Is now killed June 4, 1909, therefore be it re- prepured (o supply the ptople with any three-year-o. dis-eis- lMSBNTPn Our lice of Men's, Hoys' nnd Children' Clothing U inoro You can nnd our Htnndard Hetr.edy, the ever lietore. Conic to tee them heforc Inlying elecw here. blood and IM er Jrratestof Rheumatism.medicine yet kno n, Halt ltlieuiii. Kid ney Trouble and all disease, arising from Impure blood It hat no equal. It Is manufactured under the pure food act of June iK".niiu,uniniiini i'j urn iiiniiiiiniLuirr II the llemnly Is taken necordlng to directions and If he or she Is not iK'nellted by the ue of the Itemedy we HI refund your money. We can do nothing more. Knell package contains ot anses wun a registermi guaran- leeanu maiungcaru wiiniuinnsi-'uciionWe send It to any address by iiinll on re. celpt of II per package or. six packages for so. uciiir orucr n uoxio-uu)u taken ill time you might sate a big doctor's bill. Iteniember If you take the llcmedy necord lng to Instructions nnd are not benemid. you gel our dollar Hack. You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is sold only bv our duly authorised agents. llrll'IIKN WILLIAMS, Agent. A fine blue grass farm for sain situated nn new pike mar Point nnd U miles south of Ijincmter, containing as) acres, well located In good neighborhood, M'lng part of the John waiter tract, wltlin hand- seten-roosome new, to-torresidence inereon, wun nil necessary ouiDiiiiciingsntm good, new Nirn Hii. well watered, six never falling springs ami creek running through. Tkiimv ' cash In hand, balance one nnd to)ears from day of sale, tearing six per cent Interest until mld. l'ersona looking for surh place please write U (. VAi.kKH,Htiiuford. orseo y pit u 4& couiidcto than ML M i CRirroityLQTiiES At McKinney. Ky., !, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. ., 1798 TrapsijIvaDia Uoiveritq 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. Safeguard the Future The safest surest and most adequate guard for the future Is a iollcy In ! The College of Liltcrnl nrt Women, and tho College of law. acre". Thirteen buildiiigi with modern equipment. '211 Ilainillou College for safe- Three caiiiue, eiuhrjciiig The Mutual Benefit Life iminsir-iiinit.IilK-rnl- grade of coal and any kind of coal, the will e.eclall take notice to the lo price, those who will bu coal for wheat thrashing, prices per bushel, running from Sc to loc, tl e coals are all gpod, from mluesonthe I.. A N. ltallway. h.O. (10OCH. Mgr. s, SALE TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE! grow-ngcro- I have on hnnd at Hughes, Martltl A I'n's store In Htnnford iHwwrlter. of various kinds, such as the Mcmurili. I.. U Hnilth, Fox, Oliver. IteinllKton, etc.. thoroughly rebuilt and as good as ne, LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKrewhich I will si II very cheap. VIo pairs. Will ship nnjuliere on trial. Call at Htnnford, Ky.. til the Htnte of Kentuek) in nml see them. ut theikmiof business, June 31, Iwv. M. A. JOHNSON. Htnnford, Ky. Hinlth-rremter, Insurance Co. A faculty of fit! cho-c- n from the hct iinivoreititM of Ameriua and Kurotw. It 1. conspicuous for economical It.tMillcy contracts, lair of Standardized elective couies lending to tho ilogreoj of A. II.. II. S., A. dealing with It. numbers and large returns to iioucy nouiers. M., and L. L. If. The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR New Science Huilding rtetitly erected at u ooi--t of 800,000. of a successful business career with more policy holder. Hi Lincoln county than Sludent' now in attendance from '25 St.itos and G ferei-- n oouutriai. alt other couiuinles combined. Write for particulars, stating age nnd whether mar-rlt- d or single to Jlornl Inllueuces, cultural oiivironinont, miliolnrly idwl, rmioualdv ex. K.M.NKWLWH HpeclalAgt M)ers House Flats, Htanlord. )eties. Jnmet t, White. Solicitor for ltockcnttle Co. Tlie ses.'ion liogins fcjit. l!i, f.lOS). Write fur catalogue Hi port of the Condition of RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, , A. M., Ph. D. Pres. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. nmot'iu'K. CONCRETING tlr.t-clus- a;ii) il JSJJHSiMS..r """""l M h5hU f iUjwtinBn PHILLIPS BROS., -P SWUUL to Commissioner's Sale! n- j- ...i 1 1 K I liawju-- t ruiivid n nir of OLD HICKOKV WA(i()NS, tho wngou on the market for tho money. See them lx. fore Inning, m there has been a great improvement in their construction. lat alMive-liuini- d lit E. T. PENCE, STIIVPORO, KY. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SEStyles up to the minute. I'ricea beyond competition. Wo also statu that our Spring Lino is now complete. To save money, uomo nnd see nnd be convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoea for Ladle, MUie ami Children and our lino of Oent'H Shoe will certuiuly pleaue. Hunan and Walkover liuei aro hummer and aro strictly reliable. Your for an honest deal, Charm-Wiii.i:i.i:h. 1 lii;i .. nn d J. C. McClary, Iegul-teude- Jirst Tfati'onal S&anr, Stanford, llNi Jty. S2t 500, DIRECTORS. J Organmct, - Jurur S82. Capital StaoA. SSO.OOO. and SnirWaW ZProfilt, SS, OOO. Jfas paid in 7)ioidandt snot Organisation, OFFICER. f nulla I7 7u 'iJ. ffceounfj on Our 7J?rlis J. . Harness, uliove-name- 1 m 1 I, S. Hocker, I'resiJeol,, S, T. Harris, John J. McKobsrlt, Cashier; II. C, Biughraia, Asst. Caih'r W.W.Saundcri.Ucokkeeper, M D. Elmore. H. C, UaughmaQ, S. T. Harris, W. I), OBannoo H. Baughmia, M. peitut. F. Cummins, Oo. 0. Robiosoa. J. S. Hocker, 0. E. Tate.