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THE rINTERIOR JOURNAL Ii90L XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 2 1909 NO 30 r POWERS OF CONTESTCOMMITTEES ADV The opinion of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky published below is Inline with former decisions of that court and should put at rest any doubt which may r liavo heretofore existed as to the power f of county or district party committees when sitting as boards of contest The subatance of this opinion Is that I he decision of tho committee in contests over nominations whether the decision be right or wrong is final and that the courts have no power to set aside or in any manner interfere with It that the matter decided by the committee Is po lineal rather than legal and for this reason the courts have no jurisdiction 4 over it and this la true whether the I committee bases its ruling on a ques tlon of law or one of fact This opin ion of the Court of Appeal would seem to settle the contest between Baugh man and McCarty in favor of the lat ter as it Is In direct conflict with the decision of Judge Dell It Is fair however to Judge Bell to say that the opinion of the Court of Appeals was not rendered until a few days after Judge Bells decision Court of Appeals of Kentucky The Democratic Executive Commit tee of Harrison County Ky c Ap pellants Vs James A Dougherty Appellee Appeal from Harrison Circuit Court Opinion of the Court by Judge Barker Reversing In the Summer of 1903 the Demo f cratic Executive Committee of liar rison County duly and regularly called a primary election for the nomination of county officers to M held on the 14th day of November 1003 At this primary election the appellant Eo F Mason tho appellee James A Dough erty and George T Itenaker were candidates for tho nomination of tho party for the office of clerk of the liar rlion circuit court After the primary y election was held tho Executive Com mltteo met and canvassed the returns and having found that E P Mason re ceived 40 moro votes than either of his opponents they issued to him a cer tificate of nomination Afterwards on the 18th day of Nov ember 1D03 the appellee James A Dougherty caused to be served upon the Committee and appellant Mason a notice of contest The Committee was called together after receiving this notice on the 20th day of November and formulated tho following rules for s determining the contest Rules for determining the contest between Jas A Dougherty contestant for the nomination of the Democratic party and E P Mason con telltee for a the office of clerk of tho Harrison cir CUlt courtResolved by the Harrison County Democratic Executive Committee In meeting assembled that the rule for determining the contest between Jas A Dougherty contestant and E F Mason contestee bo as follows All tho petition of contestant Dougherty is hereby dismissed except that portion relative to the accuracy of tho counting of tho votes This Committee will meet on the 15th day of December 1903 and hear proof to be offered by contestant and then dot termine whether or not said proof as- a then offered will warrant this Com mitteo In opening the said ballot boxes and recount the ballots as claimed in the petition On the 15lh day of December the Committee met and adjourned to the p 118th day ot December on which date it met pursuant to the order of ad journment and they then dismissed the appellees petition and contest Where upon he instituted this action for a mandatory injunction requiring the Committee to hear and determine his contei for tho nomination Upon final trial the chancellor held that the Com mittee had not heard and determined the contest and entered a judgment in accordance with tho prayer 6f the pe tition requiring them so to do From this Judgment tho Committee and E F Mason have prosecuted this appeal Section 1563 of the Kentucky prig mary elections in so far as pertinent hereto Is as follows The duly authorized and constituted committee or governing authority In 1 the county or district in which a pri mary election may be held hereunder Is hereby empowered to count the votes received by all candidates in such pri I mary elections and to declare the can didate or candidates in cases where candidates for more than one office are to be nominated receiving tho highest number of votes the nominee of such F 1f political party for the office for which be was voted for at such primary election In all cases of a tie vote or con test the committee or governing au thority of the political party holding I l u such primary election shall have the I power to hear and determine such con test and decide who shall be entitled to the nomination The proceedings in such cases shall be in such form and manner as the committee or governing authority shall determine upon It ia conceded by the parties to this litigation that the only question to bo determined upon this appeal is whether or not tho Committee heard and deter mined the contest between Mason and Dougherty It is also conceded that the courts have no power to correct the decision of the Committee in such a matter however erroneous it may be The only power which the courts have decideIThe case of Bcasley vs Adams 118 Ky p95 for all practical purposes Involv ed the questions we have here In the opinion after quoting from sec tion 1563 Ky Statutes tho following hIn all cases of a tie vote or contest the committee or governing authority of the political party holding such pri mary election shall have the power to hear and determine such contest and decide who shall be entitled to the nom ination The proceedings in such cases shall be in such form and manner as the committee or governing power shall determine uponWo said This makes the decision of the con test committee final The language that the committee shall have the power to hear and determine such con tests and decide who shall be entitled to the nomination precludes the idea that there shall be an appeal The en tire matter is referred to the governing authority of the party for Its decision and this is eminently proper as the question Is purely political This con struction Is consonant with sound reason and any other would violate the elementary canon of statutory construe tion that the law should not be so in terpreted as to make it vain or illusory Primary elections are held for tho pur pose of nominating party candidates for the regular State election there after to be held for the selection by the whole people of their official servants The right of political parties to so select their nominees has been deemed sufficiently important to safeguard the I official machinery by which the elections are held with the protection of the law but if where there are contests over the nominations the defeated candidates may appeal to the courts It would necessarily follow that the State elec tion would be held beforo tho contest could be settled and the political party whose nominees were thus Involved In litigation would have no place on the ticket for the offices in question and the statute rendered abortive And againIn the case at bar the governing authority of the party has acted upon tho sufficiency of appellants grounds of contest and rendered a decision ad vflrun to him This judgment can not be reviewed by us Courts will often require officials to act In matters tho decision of which is exclusively within their discretion when they refuse to do so although they will not review tho decision when made however erroneous it may be Applying the principles thus enunciat ed we have no difficulty in reaching tho conclusion that the Committee heard and determined the matter of contest between the rival candidates In the notice of contest several grounds were relied upon by tho contestant these were all dismissed by the Committee except that one which alleges that the contestant In reality received more votes than the contestec Whether this decision was right or wrong it is not within our province to determine It was within the Jurisdiction of tho Committee to pass upon the sufficiency of the grounds of contest and their de cision that certain grounds relied upon wero insufficient was in principle tho name as if a demurrer had been filed to these grounds and sustained by the Committee This decision left only one question to be determined Which of the two candidates received the great er number of legal votes As to this ground the contestant seems to have relied In the main upon his right to a recount of the ballots in the boxes which had been preserved and so far as this record shows to the contrary had not been tampered with in any way Tho conte tee objected to a recount of the ballots and relied upon a rule of the Democratic party formulat ed at Its last convention which author ized a recount of the ballots provided this is requested by ten per cent of tho voters voting at any election precinct the request to be shown by a petition in writing signed within ten days after the election It was the of the notlIhow I tain a petition of ten per cent voters participating In the election within ten days next after the election The contestant did obtain such a petition but not within the time preacrib 1 r Q ed by the rule The Committee hav ing heard argument upon this question decided that under the rule the petition must have been obtained within 10 days havingbeencould not be had This was certainly a questiontupon the contestant and all others concerned notthnvlngnomination the Committee dismissed the whole procedure and it is of this action that appellee complains Wo are of opinion that tho learned trial judge erred in awarding tho man damus against the Committee We think the questions of law which arose upon the pleadings In the contest be fore tho Committee were alone within their jurisdiction to determine sand they having determined them adversely to the contestant he can not have their decision reviewed by the courts The burden of proof was upon tho conteSt tant and he having failed to adduce any evidence which tended to overthrow the certificate of nomination which had been awarded to the contestee the Committee had a right to dismiss the procedureFor reasons the judgement is reversed with directions to dismiss the petition NEWS NOTES It was so hot in Colorado the first of thn week that railroad rails were twisted by the suns rays and a wreck re sultedFire destroyed a tobacco barn con taming over 6000 pounds of tobacco owned by R A Vincent of Barren countyState Senator Israel W Durham one of the Republican leaders of Philadel phia and prominent In State politics died suddenly at his Summer residence in Atlantic City The Indiana Refining Companys oil tanks at Torrent were destroyed by lightning The blazing oil set fire to surrounding buildings and the loss is estimatedat 50000 Tho preparation of a bill to exclude Negroes from employment as firemen and trainmen hi Georgia was begun by a commiteo representing the firemen and trainmen of the Georgia Railroad The Woodlll murder Is a closed case as far as the Maryland authorities are concerned The States Attorney said ho was convinced that Eastman alone committed the crime though four members of tho Coroners jury thought there were grounds for believing that others were implicated- An increase of 341 in the total of rail road casualties but a decrease of 65 in the total of persons killed as compared with the figures for the corresponding quarter last year is shown for the months of January February and March 1909 by Accent Bulletin NO 31 Issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission During the months nam ed 663 persons werekilled- Resolutions of Respect At a meeting of tho officers of the Hustonville Christian church tho fol lowing resolutions were adopted Whereas in the Providence of Gcd our dear brother nnd fellowofficer Thomas J Robinson has been called suddenly hence Resolved that we the board of officers of the Hustonville Christian church hereby express our deep sense of loss and our sincere regret because of his departure lie was ever faithful in his duties as a citizen as a member of the church and as an officer Resolved That we hereby extend our deep spmpathy to his dear faithful wife and other relatives in this their great affliction Resolved That a copy of these res olutlons be spread upon our minutes and a copy furnished the family and published in our county paper W S Willis chairman V B Morse secretary pro tern Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak insido controlling nerves with Drt Shoops Restorative und see how quickly good health wilt como to you again Test It and seel Sold by pen nys Drugstore Broughton Brandenburg was acquit ted at New York on the charge of grand larceny growing out of the dale to the New York Times of an article purport ing to have been signed by Grover Cleveland He was at once arrested on a charge of kidnaping his stepson in St Louis The cleverest Imitation of real Cof fee ever yet trade In Dr Shoops Health Codes It Is fine In flavol and Is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Penny s Drug Store Q HUSTONVILLE DIG FIRE SALEGoods at half cost Within the next two weeks we mean to sell every thing that was saved from the fire Come early and get big bar gains Hats skirts and notions Miss Cora Lipps Sister Hustonville Every member of tho Hustonville Christian church is urged to be present next Lords Day July 4th to hear the reports of tho years work and the plans for the future Come In time for the teaching service of the church W S Willis pastor- I am open for business in the New ton building Am replenishing my stock and will appreciate a continuance of the patronage you have given me in past Have some goods with package soiled but contents as good as ever which you can buy cheap Kindly come in and settle your account I need mon ey C W Adams T J Robinson died suddenly at his home here on the 18th Inst about 6 A M caused by an attack of Angina Pectoris Several members of this Immediato family had died from the same cause and he had felt for a long time that he would pass off in the same way Mr R was 66 years old and appeared to be a man of active vigorous physical health He had lived here for many years removing from Lancaster with his brother Jacob to the farm now owned by Mr Stevens a short dis tance from town He was well known to every resident of the town and to the people of the West End of Lincoln county and by his modest demeanor and affable bearing won and held their re spectBy close attention to business and economic habits he accumulated an es tate estimated at 75000 chiefly in cashand bank stocks He was very conservative in all his business transactions but always scrupulously honest lie dispensed charity in a way that always did good but did it in such a way that the outside world knew but little about It Several young men and wo men too were beneficiaries of his while striving for an education lIe rarely ever spoke of these acts to his most intimate friends even but he re alized the fact that he was doing good and his reward would come in due time In all questions political or other wise he could invariably be found on the moral conservative side He was vice president of the National Bank hero and its largest stock holder He had held this position since the organization of the institution and was one of its most watchful and conserva tive directors The bank loses one of its best men and his advice will be missed by all those associated with him He was married about 30 years ago to Miss Minnie Kauffman of this place who survives him Isis married life was a happy one as the entire com munity well knows He had been a faithful member of the Christian church spice early manhood and did his part faithfully and well His associates and the community at largo will miss him E A Men Past FlftyInDanger Men past middle life havo found comfort and relief in Foloys Kidney Hemedy L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder trouble and several physicians pro nounced It enlargement of the prostate gland and advised an operation On account of his age we were afraid he could not stand It and I recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy and the first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle ho was no longer troubled with this complaint Now Stanford Drug Co It would seem from the continued howling of some of the metropolitan newspaper Advocates of the business interests that the only thing the peo plo of Kentucky want to invest in is booze But they will wake up to the fact one of these days of the fallacious ness of such a conception Advocate Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve oint neat lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect heater of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Bolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands Its su premo Infallible lor Plies Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Fighting in a swamp with a smallcaliber pistol Robert Jenkins a Negro accused of murder held at bay a Sheriffs posse near Adrian Ga until he had wounded two of them and then exclaiming Lord have mercy on my soul he dropped dead riddled with rifle and pistol A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store There were 10 deaths from heat in Chicago Monday I SuffifflerShirtsH Linen CollarsGU- ARANTEED I I HOSIERY in New colors tttttt Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY BEGINNING JULY 1st rheCw cS CWILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS j TO Notfolk and All Rail O D S S Co New York City 28 00 30 00 Atlantic City 25 50 Via Norfolk an- dODSSNYA bury Park N J 23 80 30 00 Long Branch N JJ2360 3000 Ocean Grove N J 2380 3000 Spring Grove NY 2380 30 00 Sea Girt N J 23 80 30 00 Cape play NJ 2615 Ocean City NJ 2580 GOOD 30 DAYS LIBERAL STOPOVERS On sale every day Round trip TICkets New York and Boston rail and water going one route and returning another Good 30 days stopovers allowed Roundtrip tickets to all mountain and summer retort Good Oct 31 Old Point Comfort and return July 27 and August 2 1 Tickets good f 5015 days Stop over allowed on return trips0overFor lull information call on or addreuGEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky William M Yent City Ticket Agent Use ArooUs HandMade Busies There arc plenty cheaper buggies but thero are none better Buggy painting firetclasa work 810 phaetons 12 surreys 814 and up according to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 68 Buggies recovered and reliiud lit 810 Buggies recovered in leather sad relincd for 825 Rubber tires the best on the market and tho lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 Best Goodrich at 810 We solicit your trade RaM ARNOLD DANVILLE KY RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small comparedwith i the benefits received Call or address our nearest oflice or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn foe information regarding our special Farmers Line rate Jf you arc not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTenueseceIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL A TEL CO INCOBFOHATKD Q- c The Interior JournalI Eo C WALTON JEFTERSONIAN simplicity marked t advent of Gov Brown to the executi office in Georgia In a suit of clothes made from cloth manufactured in his I State he walked with a friend or two to the capitol took the oath of office received the great seal of the Commonwealth from Gov Smith and it was allover The retiring governor whoso first act on taking the reins of government was to remove Brown as railroad commissioner treated the new execu tive with very scant courtesy and strod- from the office without a sign of redo g nition or congratulation Tho two have long been political enemies and Smith would not assume a virtue by dissem bling Smiths action may be deplorable but he has precedent for his ba behavior John Adams is said to have left Washington when Thomas Jeffer son was to be inaugurated his preside tial successor to keep from meeting hold is emeny Later Gov Brown con tines to work the simplicity racket Ho has had installed a long handled gourd at the water cooler in the recep lion room for drinking purposes There is nothing more disagreeable to drink from than an old gourd The pew gov ernor will overdo the thing if he dont watchout ONLY four republican senators voted for Senator Bacons proposition to put agricultural implements on the free list The love of the republicans for the farmer is almost past understanding be fore the election but it is oh my trusts afterwards Let the farmers r remember that agricultural implements made in this country are sold at a much lower price in Europe than here A SOCALLED prophet predicts th end of the world on July 10 IhoseIwho would make the most of the ing 4th are notified in time so that they can get busy but how many of the would spend the day in reckless revelry if they really believed that the prophet knew what he was talking about THE L N has acquired the Louisville Atlantic which runs neither from Louisville nor to the Atlantic but from Versailles to Beattyville It i however a most important purchase as it will prove a big feeder for its owner especially if further extended into th coal region SENATOR ALDRICH enlisted as a pt rate during the civil war but his I ment was mustered out before it got the front It is horrible to think what the trusts would have done for a pro tector had the regiment engaged i battle and Aldrich had gotten killed OKLAHOMA Kansas Texas and Ne braska have adopted Mr Bryans ban deposit guarantee and others are pre paring to do so while Mr Tafts postal i c savings bank policy is ignored Watch the republicans accept another of Mr Bryans policies r sFATWhiting Ind seven men arrest beating their wived laid it on the hot weather claiming that it crazed F them This excuse might have more weight if they had tackled somebody their size and not jumped on poor little womenTHE Harvard professor who advised fl the girls of a college to whom he delivered an address to do a little flirting along with their studying seems to be engag ed in a work of supererogation They dont need to be told AFTER digging his grave Joseph B Hamilton a farmer living near Salem Ind fired a bullet through his heart In his pocket was a letter addressed to an undertaking establishment for a coffin to fit met WILLIAM H FIELD son of Judge Emmett Field the dead Louisville jur s jet lsa candidate to succeed his father as judge of the common pleas division No1 We hope he will land the plum Tim excess of government disburser meats over receipts for the fiscal year ended June 80 was 92500000 This is a great country but how long do you t think it can stand that sort of a thing Gov WILLSON positively declared in hetIt ator For which slight relief much thanks l THAT splendid paper the Kentucky c Adyocate has just celebrated its 44thln 1 birthday May it live to be a dallyf x THE State of Tennessee went dry at midnight Wednesday and the old topers of that Stats will have to get theirn somewhere else now- POLITICAL The Senate voted to put cotton bag ging on the free list but declined teal J liw the planters freo ties I In the Federal Court at Lincoln Neb J Judges Vandevanter arid Munger grant ed an injunction to restrain the new puttingQconstitutionality of the statute will be dtecueeed in opinions to be filed later After defeating Senator Tilltnans amendment for a tax of ten cents a I poundontea by a vote of 18 to 65 thus concluding the schedules of the tariff and 1111eration tax amendment as a means of defeating the Income tax expressing the opinion that the tax would be to pealed after two years or the rate materially lowered The Democrats held that this position was a subterfuge on Mr Aldrichs part to destroy tho in come tax Here and There eCharles H Warren of Nelson coun ty was killed by lightning While crazed from heat Wilbur Adams of Walton jumped into a cis tern and was drowned adupteddmers for signatures Zay Slaughter of Todd county took refuge from a storm by getting under a tree and was struck by lightning and killed Merchandise imports through the port of New York during the fiscal year 1909 ending yesterday were 86000 000 in excess of those in the fiscal year 1908 An attempt was made to assassinate Jacob and Robert Woods and John B Lewis near Crockettsville Breathitt county Five shots were fired at them from ambush but none took effect A material decrease in the produc flea of coal in Kentucky during the past year is shown by the annual report of the State Inspector of Mines C J Norwood made to Gov Willson The total output for the year was 9806777 tons worth at the mines 9776762 In only two of the counties of thee State has the second whirlwind cam paign for education failed to go off with all the enthusiasm that was ex pected according to reports that haven come in to Superintendent of Public In struction J G Crabbe These counties were Washington and Marion where the principal rallies were missed through inability of the speakers assigned to those counties to be present IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IJames McKinneys home In Madison was destroyed and the family had a burningeMonticello has written a book on the Damphool- in the Kentucky Legislature The felfbw Sparks who killed Joe toCollins in Madison was captured by the jailer of Powell county and taken to Richmond IIJohn G Unkerfer Co of Minerva 0 got the contract for the erection of the public building at Danville Their bid was 63369- k Campbell Graham a Danville Negro was given six months in the workhouse for stealing 25 from the cash drawer of the Freeman Furniture Co of Dan rills On motion of the Commonwealths Attorney 85 indictments charging Mueller Wathen Kabert distillers with retailing whisky were dismissed in the Marion Circuit Court J W Maycfl of Norton Va and Robert Culbertson of Coburn that State fought at Middlesboro over Anna Haynes who was with Culbertson and- I all three were badly wounded Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Georgetown July 27S days Lancaster July 283 days Winchester Aug 36 days Danville Aug 43 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville Aug 104 days Trl State Fair Middlesboro Aug 11 4days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Perryville Aug 183 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyville Aug 246 days Elizabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days If Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trou takes Dr Kings New Life Pills ies mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but moreho stickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all be cause stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at Pennys Drug StoreFlour is 115 a poko in this old town and meat 14c a pound light- weIght Bolted meal is going at 130 a bushel of 44 pounds That Is what one would call high and low Harlan Enterprise a To avoid serious results takeFoloys Kidney Remedy at tho first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache urinary irregularities ex halation and you will soon be well New Stanford Drug Oo j CIURCX FI IUTTDSIRev George D Verco wilt preach at the Union Services at the Christian church Sunday morning and night Schlatterer the Divine Healer is in jail at Des Moines Iowa He is charged with obtaining money under false pretense The fourth quarterly meeting of the Preachersville charge will be held at Hebron July 6 and 7 First service Tuesday evening at 8 oclock Sacra meant of the Lords supper will be ob served Quarterly conference Wednes day beginning at 1030 A M Subject at the Methodist church Sun day morning will be The Polity of the Methodist Church The appointing power and how preachers are made etc Epworth League service 715 Pat The Methodist and Christian churches will unite in union service at Christian church Sunday night Thi McKinney Wteltn Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation and Is ready to serve LlneysntanketsFlannelYarnRte work wool or exchange goods for It High est market price for wool O II WRIGHT Pror JO PER CT REDUCTION c L PRUITT Mqreland Kentucky Mattinge somernrebargainsIn eloseouu In wall piper Nlce selection tobuyrockersfloodand wool folding beds crtbscots mattress es springs connches Davenports chairs suitcase grips trunks extension tables glasseashUpplttII8enlce IOB PRUITT Moreland Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No to V t A M will meet In stated communication on each Rrit and third Monday nights olcnoh month at TOO oclock in their ball on main strrcet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are Ira UrniOly Invited to bv preterit 10 W Pen ntngton Sec Dinwiddie Co H listonvilie Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J W IVake Etc Plaintiffs ye B KOnln Etc Defendant NOUN of wile In obedience to n Judgment rendered at the stay termlleJ11ln the above styled court and action tho undersigned commliiloncr will on 3IONI1A1Jt1LYIrih1Wp county court day botwvcn the hours ot 1 In front of the courthouse door In Htanforl Kyofferforsaleatpublic outcry to the h gbet end best bidder onncredi of six months the tract of 1M acres of lent- on the waters of Hanging Lincoln county KTJ known as the Wilson Martin the North the lands o mnkIoughtrty on the Yast by the land of the Dougherty helm on the South by the lauds of Him Moore and WIdtehousot and on the Wet the land of K Gain Hud Martin and JJMVak The sale will b made for the purpose of division The purchaser will lie required to execute bond with approved security forthpurchase price payable to the Commission ear bearing A per ont Interest from date of saauntlt paid having the force and cued of n Judgment and atioxcured by lien on the land J B PAXTON K C LoC C T J Hill Atty for Plaintiff j Ladies Tan- Oxfords trt d o Were 200 Now 160 W E Perkins Crab Orchard We have added to our stock a new line of COOKING ANGES with all the latest improvements The Mystic Steel Range and the Ruby Cast Range We ask you to call and see them W H HIG IN Stanford Kentucky SJL t cw 44AND RETURN QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE JULY 19TH AND 20tHiRcturn Limit July 3 1st 1909 OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT LookoutMountain andIChickamauga Park I Stopover Privilege at RHEA SPRINGS Spring City Tenn SPECIAL RATES AT ALL HOTELS TICKETS SOLD FROM ALL STATIONS GEORGETOWN TO BUBNSIDE INCLUSIVE ASK AQUNTS FOR PARTICULARS or WrK Ifc C KINO Co P A101 eMab St Lcitajton Ky NJO1Z rt I VRR f Our specialty We do not hesitate to say that we I have for 20 years given you the best 1 Sheesthat manufacturers produced STYLE ALONE is defective SERVICE ALONE will not do but combine Beauty and Service and we have a perfect garment and this we find more prominent in the following lines The 5ItSoftestfand Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever saw t 3 and 35O Now see these goods and you will agree r V that we have not made it too strong H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Prescription Pointers I It It customary for every druggist to claim to be but In prescription work Good claim but we cant all be but facUityandWe have the goods the equipment the experience 17111 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FARRIS Stanford INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To HempAllProperty Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GJassSurety Bonds Immediate attention given to losses Which diScount a OUR AWN lfNfiIs a lees expensive and batter fence than wood More ornamental dura ble and a time favor as you need no eaw hammer and nails to keep it in repairCall atour store see tho beautiful fabric and gates and let us 1I110JYOU the low prices on a good fence jpb t GEORGE Hp t A 0 heart Ntl Strength f 1 Itlvsir not 00 wok ben in a i u Is in leU actually dlteased HI almost alwantiny little nerve that nta fa This obscure nenethe Cardiae orDean isIsimply nerds and mutt hare more pOwerlIIo stability more strength Without that theBean mat bantbM J hfortbe IIUH of all th1IJIIIlnluJ palpltaUnlr wJocat ReatoraUyetblpopular bulidslI11 y rwawbJJJtIWielD ShoopsRestorative I PENNYS DRUG STORE J 0 rr III1u 4 J 1a I VM daeda i71eJy 7th t eee j Is the date of the beginning of our Greatest of all Great sales We will combine the Corbin and Stanford stocks in t I one STOCK SALE of goods are too many We must sell one of them A Great tsacrifice sale will move them Exact date in next issue Look for the big poster telling of the LOW PRICES SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY Th Interior Journal I gANFOItD KY JOTV 2 1901 lcr CKBAM soda water at Penny Drugstore PERSONALS DR L B COOK continues very 11 e MRS H C BAuaiiMAN is doing nice ly MRS W H YEARN is quite sick MRS D M ANDERSON U somewhat improved AP NBVIUS of Winchester ls with his mother here- CIIARLEY DOWNER of Cincinnati Is here with friends ERNEST WARREN was down from Middlesboro yesterday t MR J S HUNDLEY was up from ji Bullltt county yesterday Danville is Miss DELL FELANU of with Mrs W K Shears RICHARD WILLIAMS of the Somerset Journal was here Wednesday MRS J W IIAYDBN of Paris ii with her mother and sister here fMa WILL A BROOKS of Crab Orch 1 Mr Clarence E Tate Miss MARY McRODERTS of Danville I is the guest of the Mines Hlgsrlns returned to Louisville GUY BRADY yesterday where ho has Rood poiltion WILL MCCARTY is back from a months stay with relatives In Cinch s natlMRS FRANK LEE of Middlesboro attended tho burial of Mrs Bettlo Steph enson MRS CARLO BRITTAIN of Annapolis Md U with her sister Mrs W II ShanksMISS LETTIB McIlonERTS of Lancaster was the guest or Mrs H J Mc Roberts Miss FLORENce SHELBY of Arcadia I is tho guest of her sister Mrs P M HAIL returned Wednes 1McRobert from a Texas Southern StateIELKIN and handsome sonI Dan Collier Elkin were on Tuesdays tram en route to Louisville BEATRICE HOUSE of Wichita arrived hero Thursday to bo 11MIls of the Misses clocker JOHN CARPENTER of Flemings mother of tho groom attended wedding t the ntar I MRS S P TACO of Lexington went up to Middlesboro yesterday to visit her sister Mrs A A Warren r MISSES NELLIE ALLEEN AND IDA- J LEG BOURNE of Garrard were guest of their sister Mrs W K Warner J MR AND MRS II C LECOMPTE of Frankfort are here to see her mother Mrs Cicero Reynolds who continues I very ill MR E H WALKER of Garrard who has been In a Louisville Infirmary for some time was able to come homo the first of tho week liON J A SULLIVAN of Richmond was heru Tuesday returning from Mt i Vernon where ho spoke in tho Interest of education Monday PROF W 0 HOPPER of Mt Sterl ing Is at home for the vacation Ho i spent several weeks at Estill Springs otter his school closed MR D R CARPENTER and wife of Nashville attended the marriage of their niece Miss Tevis Carpenter to a Rev Homer Wa Carpenter MRS Louis RAMSEY of Burnside Misses Melissa Ham of Hyattavillo and Bertha Taylor of Danville and Mr W Uhl of Burnside have been with Miss Alice Rankin t LOCALS cut glass at Muellersa ILIniui1Y Muellers and graduating presents of NEW wash suits wash coats and I wash skirts Severance Son I AM agent for the Lancaster Steam Laundry Will call at your home for J laundry each Monday morning Stew art Carson WM J CAMPBELL I theWest End insurance agency settled with Llpps Peavyhouso who lost their stock of groceries in the lire at Hustonville paying them 1000 the full amount of insurance Also paid Miss Cora Lipps 375 the full amount of her insurance This settlement was made In the record I breaking time of 24 hours after the fire I i CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton MRS ACTON the aged aunt of Dr J W Acton of Kings Mountain Is dead at Eubanks r 1 LOST between Stanford and Crab Orchard a ladys watch Reward W G Napier Crab Orchard GOOD shows at the Theatorlum each night Change of program Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings THE Q C will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday at 1 50 for the roundtrip Train leaves Junction City at G A M TUB postofHce et Kings Mountain known as Ktngavlllo is no more TbltI name was changed to Kings Mountain yesterday FOR SALE Newfive room cottage tot contains one acre located in Cral Orchard For price aud terms writ Maurice M Perkins Crab Orchard KySLOST between the depot and St Asaph Hotel on Monday a bill book con taming 10 and an annual pass over the L N Reward Return to St Asaph Hotel THOSE Dir BCook will greatly oblige him by calling and sett ling with MrJohn II Shanks at as early a date as possible The doctor is too III to call on those who owe him CORMNEY Miss Annie Cormney 15 yearold daughter of John Cormney died at Rowland of consumption and was buried at Goshen after appropriate remarks by Mr J C McClary MULLIGAN John Mulligan aged 39 died while visiting Fred Naef near Ot tcnhelm and his remains were sent to Louisville his home for interment He is survived by his wife and one child We have lust employed an expert plumber and tinner from the city and congratulate ourselves that we have two of tho best workmen in the State Wo guarantee our work W K War noreFOURTH JOLY tuESTickets will be sold at reduced rates via the Queen Crescent Route July 2nd 3rd 4th and Cth with return limit July 8th to many points South and North Ask agents for particulars THOSE jurors who served at the Feb ruary term of the Lincoln circuit court can get their money by calling on W M Bright at tho Lincoln County Na lions Dank Money for those who served at tnb May term has not been sent Tills sounds good us Enclosed please find 1 for which give mo credit on the cheapest and best I get soy eral St Louis and Louisville papers every day but would not give the I J for them all Your old friend L L Dawson Springfield Mo TilE first National nkof StanfordI made a dividend of 3 per cent payable on demand carried 4 pow cent to the surplus fund paid all taxes and ex penses and had left over 250 The Lincoln County National Bank declired a three per cent dividend and carded 8 per cent to the surplus fund MRS LULA GOOCH wife of Winfred Gooch died at her home lathe Waynes burg section Monday and was buried at Olive cemetery She was a good woman devoted wife and loving mother She is gone let us emulate her exam pie She was a member of the Olive church Rev R R Noel preached the funeral sermon N A NUMBER of our seball fans will go to Cincinnati Sunday to see Howard Camnitz pitch in a game between PittsI burg and Cincinnati The following concerning tho young man appeared in Wednesdays papers Howard Camnitz of the Pirates is tho real leading pItch- er of tho National with 11I victories and 1 defeatITo MAMMOTII CAILincoln county c excursIon to Mammoth Cave from all rations July 21st on regular morning rains by Paris and Latonia A three days trip to the worldsgrcatestwonder for 1265 tickets include the railroad are board at hotel and the several routes through the Cave also one night c for a dance or social at hotel Return I limit 10 days see L N agent u TAXES Tho tax books for 1909 areI now ready Come in and get your cclpt T J Hill sheriff IF a wet June is always followed by a dry July we are in for a drought suro this month Rain fell every day but three during tho Juno just closed and torrents on manyIMATRIMONIAL timesIH T Willis aged 54 and three a widower was married in Pulaski to Miss Eva See just 15 Everett L Dix editor of the Ken tucky Mountaineer at Morehead and Miss Lottie Stewart niece of ProfP C Button princloal of the Norms School at Morehead were marrrlci tnls week- i Mr Thomas A King Morelandi clever and efficient postmaster was married on the 29th to Miss Bessie G Stivers a pretty and popular young woman of Buechel The marriage occurred at the homo of the groom and the ceremony was said by Rev WG Montgomery brotherin law of tbe groomCARrENTERCARIENTER In tho Christian church which was beautiful decorated for the occasion at 830 Wed ncsday evening Rev Homer W Carpenter of Flemlngsburg and Miss Te is Carpenter of this place were made husband and wife Rev Vera Carpenter a brother of the groom saying tbe ceremony and being assisted by Rev D M Walker of the Christian church Tho bridal party entered the church preceded by the ushers Messrs Bryan Carpenter and Hubert Carpenter Thi bridesmaids Misses Susan Fisher Woods of Stanford and Jessie Carpenter sister of the groom of Fleming burg both gowned in blue mcasaline came In alone and wero followed by Miss Patsy Prewitt of Lexington male of honor who wore a creation of pink voile Each carried huge bouquets oi Killarney roses Then came the bride gowned in white satin trimmed in Dutchess lace and seed pearls She wore a bridal veil of tulle and carried shower bouquet of lilllea of the valley and brides roses They were met at the altar by the groom and his best man Mr Orris White of Indianapolis and groomsmen Messrs Hubert and Bryan Carpenter and under tho beau tiful floral arch with a huge bell pen dant Mr Homer W Carpenter and MissTevis Carpenter were joined in wedlocks holy bonds Tho ring was used and the ceremony was an exceed- Ingly pretty one Mendelssohns wed ding march was then played and the happy couple with their attendants left the church for the brides home Mrs Carpenter donned a handsome going away suit of blue and a few minutes later Rev and Mrs Carpenter were en route to Danville to take a train for the East They will be gone some two weeks after which they will be at home at Flemingsburg During the as sembling of the guests Misses Ellen Ballou and Berta Jean Penny with organ and violin rendered a very delightful program and just before the approach of the bridal party Miss Lillian Leavt It sang vi rJ sweetly Loves Sere nade During the ceremony Schuberts Serenade was rendered Rev Carpen ter is one of the most prominent young ministers of the Christian church in this State He possesses exceptional abil ity as a speaker and is a most interest ing expounder of gospel truths His bride is one of Lincoln countys fairest daughters She is the eldest daughter of Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter la yery handsome highly cultured and ac complished and universally popular She is greatly loved and admired here and is given up by our young people with much reluctance Mr Carpenter has won a jewel and we are confident hat he will always cherrish her as such The couple received a large number of elegant presents including generous thecks etc attesting to some extent the high esteem in which they are held ly their legion of friends Tho church decorations were in charge of Mrs Per ugia Brown whose taste in such mat ers excelled by none There were a number of ante nuptial receptions in ludlng a linen shower given at the homo or Miss Susan Fisher Woods a luncheon given by Mrs W M Bright and a dinner by Miss Berta Jean Pen y The parents of the bride handsomely entertained on the evening before the wedding at a Bevencourae din er The color scheme was carried out ink and white prevailing Very unique band paInted place cards were used e Tho ices resembling pink roses were furnished by Benedict of Louisville The following were seated at the boa tlfully arranged table Rev Homer Carpenter Miss Tevis Carpenter Rev and Mrs D M Walker Miss Pats Prewitt Mr Orris White Miss BArta Jean Penny Mr George B Saufley Miss Susan Fisher Woods Mr Bryai Carpenter Miss Jessie Carpenter Mr Hubert Carpenter Miss Ellen Ballou Rev and Mrs Vera Carpenter Mr and Mrs S D Bartley and Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer Marblo and Granite Monu montsMnrkcri and forte Cemetery and Lawn sitKinney MILL FOR RENT Owing to Ill drelth and wanting to be nwny from borne some thli aumrner I ba8decided to rent my u todRto Ulx JUve y water and itror codrlon1ootilocation till In IIntelnu W uTItA Lon It F D o 4 Htuniord Ky The Remedy that Always Cores ante li recognised II the soft hoeeit sad Z MO+ r Inittmlf ttlterti tad pcslllrttr and perm MOIIf tau Eotma aid M luhlnc ikla 4iwtK Ctt a botJtAIl Dioitlilt watt row simpl- eEWRDuMtdkintC St teals Ya FARM FOR SAlE 188 acres of which about 136 an in grass excellently improvedabun dautly supplied with unfailing water 4 miles from Lexington courthouse on Main pike Immediate possession SECURITY TRUST COMPANY Lexington Ky Condition of The Lincoln County National Bane Stanford Ky At the close of buiineu June 30 1909 RESOURCES Bill 249245 61 Overdraft 1184730 U S Bond 50000 00 Lincoln County Court Houte Bonds 35000 00 Lincoln County Turnpike Bondi 2500 Bank Howe fit Future 3300 00I Due horn Banks 25764 Due from US Treasurer and cub 26101 42 403758 9E LIABILITIES Capital 50000 0C Surplus 40000 00 Fund 10 Pay Tax 112256 41122 56 Circulation 50000 CC Ind Deposit 226787 73 Bank 15648 67 242636 40 Billa Rediscounted 20000 00 403758 96 W M BRIGHT Cashier Condition of The FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanford Ky June 30 19Q9 RESOURCES Loa81 and Bonds 187593 59 Imdiafu 7670 25 Inited States Bonds mad Premium 51500 00 Banking House and Other Real Estate 9498 81- Due from Banks 23085 26 Due from United State Treasurer 2500 00 Cash on Hand 18009 33 29985724 LIABILITIES ipital Stork 50000 00 iplus 2000000 tculation 50000 00 Undivided Profits 251 89 Fund to Pay Tues 123 90 Individual Deposits 157859 65 tank De aitl 10381 80 168241 45 4oles Rediscounted 11240 00 299857 24 iross earnings this 6 months 5725 74 Ltllover hat six month 1395 10 7120 84 Disposed of as Follows dividend 3 cent 1500 00 Carried to surplus fund 2000 00 2873 21 ITuesPaid 495 74 uayes Undivided Profits 251 89 7120 64 JNO J McROBERTS Cashier L 3I GREAT REDUCING Twostocks PUBLIC BENEf SALlY Of High Grade Summer Merchandise Liberal ly Under Cut for JO Days Beginning Saturday July 3 09 Owing to the continued wet weather which has to some extent made bus iness a little slow we have decided to begin our Annual Clearance Sale earl ier than usual We do not handle cheap shoddy goods We carry the best andour prices are always right It would be impossible to fully describe every article but will say n very low price has been put upon every piece of merchandise in our establishment This is the best opportunity you will ever have to SAVE MONEY Tits is all nuw and uptodate iltuffd HOSIERY- In all Colors Cotton Lisle Lace c s c- Hose for 39c 25c Hose for 19c 15c Hose for 12c lOc Hose for 8c DRESS GOODS An elegant line of Voiles Panamas Mo hairs c at cost and less than cost Embroidery and Hamburg A big line Values from 15c to 25c Your choice 9c a yard LAWNS- In all Colors Patterns c Values from 5c to 50c Sale price from 4c to 39c LADIES SKIRTS- In Voiles Panamas c all colors and latest styles 25 Per Cent Of- fOXFORDS In Patents Ox BJoodsTans Vicis c 350 slipper special 269 3 slipper 229 250 slipper 198 150 119 125 slipper 105 20 per cent off on all Childrens Slippers LACES- An elegant line in Linens Vals Torschons c at greatly reduced prices TABLE LINENS Values 50c to 100 Sale price 39c to 89c Linen Wash Suits In all colors and styles Values 8 to 1250 Sale price from 5 to 750- CORSETS American Beauty and Warners Rust Proof Best Corsets made 350 Corset for 2982 Corset for 169 150 Corset for 139 100 Corset for 89c 50c Corset for 39c SILKS Beautiful Patterns in all colors for evening dress and street wear This seasons goods 20 Per Cent Off Also a lot of other Bargains too numerous to mention in Notions Staples c CALICO olio YARD SPECIAL SATURDAY FROM 7 TO 0 A M This is strictly a CASH proposition You can not afford to miss this sale Greatest Bargains ever offered in Stanford Ky Hughes rIartinCoOPERA HOUSE BLOCKrSTANFORD KENTUCKY Highest Market Prices Paid i For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE Ilin Lancaster Stanford Hustonville i and Brodhead H NORTHCOTT Stanford an IFi i The interior Journalnur- edin111eFoat 0fteeal Stanford as- iend elaat matter L N TIME TABLE NonHonthllMrxNoaI Houthll08A x No II North 440 A M No M North 6S7 P X NO ST 1047 A H- NosWP x JOS 8 RICE Agent FOR SALE I Shor wer boiler and engine and sawmill for sale Will sell either or both On AS KMBSLIN Ottcnhelm Ky Tostofllce Vaynesburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro cerln and Jllrdwnre Doing R good butl ntsl Will invoice JOO It4 lon 111 health OEO D IIOPPEH Stanford Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Onsley Building Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co StLouis Mo Pennys Drugstore When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or the finest evening clothe wm have that IndIviduality and at which plainly indicate they were made to yourjmeasure I will also take your measure trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer i samples on hand ready your inspection U0 KUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form af Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose lIed Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I grasslandthe Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 123 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow Dg crop JAGIVKNHAgent McKlnney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with tho best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral t8 In connection with the alxive I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices CItRIW MAN OIIKKN HOUHE8 Kn HtiirAiiD PKOK Htanford Ky YO WODL HIDESAliD FURS GilUtIIgGoldnSuI are Dealers and can do tilerroryou merchantsReference hippM BABEL SONS CStMU Ht lN ISSS 223 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur Biture MattingsRuge They- witlexchangoFurnitufe for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClaryJ Undertaker Embalmer an Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OLNJrloae1e7 Home Pboi e S l c u R M Arnold the Buggy Man No business in Danvillo has enjoyed a more rapid growth than the establishment of R M Arnold the buggy man Six years ago the business was started and Mr Arnold was the only workman Later one man was employed and along with a general line of repair work and general blacksmithing one buggy per month was manufactured all work be- Ing done by hand From that small start the business has grown into a great enterprise the output now aver aging over one complete vehicle daily Fourteen men are employed and the modern laborsaving machinery has been installed such as sanding ma chines emery machines drilling and polishing machines flexible shaft drill ers and emery polishers all propelled by electricity In connection with the manufacturing of vehiches all kinds of repairing painting and rubber tiring are done by the latest moneysaving pro cess thus enabling work to be done in a high class manner at very low prices Mr Arnold always looking out for the best interests of his customers has put in a stock of harness and to every pur chaser of a vehicle a set of hasness is supplied at wholesale cost Harness are also sold separately at a very small margin of profit A number of fine hand built buggies are now in stock and may be inspected at any time Vehicles may be seen in the process of manufacture also giving the purchaser a cor rect knowledge of just what he is buy- Ing Arnold says that his customers are his best advertisements The great th of his business testifies to the truthfulness of that contentionAdvo cate FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE40 or 50 barrels of corn J 8 Foster Stanford FOR SALE 25000 oak tobaccosticks- E G Baugh Waynesburg R F D No1 FOR SALESOW and eight pigs good ones J A Manning Somerset pike R R 3 Bald Hazard owned by Embry Bros of this place ran fourth at Latonia TuesdayWill coal by the carload for hay or any kind of feed Write Laurel Feed Co London Mrs Nannie B Jones sold her farm of 120 acres three miles from Danville on the Lancaster pike to Thomas F Denham at 150 We will stand our good red roan Short horn bull at 1 at gate with the privi lege of breeding until a calf is Rotten or money will be refunded Sired by John Holmes registered bull and out of one of Hudsons graded cows Peyton Brent Stanford Ky R F D No 4 2t A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean otCheny WashI was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the worlditA hard cold he writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that battled an expert doctor here Then I paid 10to 815 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo kane who did not help me lben I went to California but without bene fit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as over For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supremo oOo and 81 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Pennys Drug Store Everyone would be benefited by tak- Ing Foleys Orlno Laxative for con stlpatlon stomach and liver trouble as it sweetens the stomach and breath I gently stimulates the liver and rejju lates the bowels and U mud superior Ito pills and ordinary Vxatlves New Stanford Cur While he was talking over the tele phone to a young woman lightning struck the wire and instantly killed Prof Samuel B Phelps at Sharpe Mar shall county The young woman was not hurt Many ourcitizens are drifting towards Brights disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trou ble which Foleys Kfdney Remedy will quickly cure New Stanford Drug Co parkdPains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoopa Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store 41 Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovelyHn face form and temper are the envy of many who might Jbo like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions anda wretch ed complexion For all such Electric Bitters work wonders Theyjregulati Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright oyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charm- Ing women owe their health and beau ty to them fOe at Pennys Drugstore r At a meeting of the Evansville strik Ing car men the dynamiting of cars was denounced and Ben Commons said the perpetrators should be brought to justice Proventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an a quickly check all colds and tho Grip Try them once and see 49250 old by Pennys Drug- Store FOR SALE I Largo and small wheat corn nnd tobacco turllloleOl rich and free from stone lArge residences and barns good railroad oonnec tloni Can offer a bargain at Foe to w an acre Long time payments BLAKLEY Bowling Green Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work- will be guaranteed and my prices are rva sonable Write me nt or call me over the telephone through the JIastonville Exchange WALFKR MCKINNEY TheTruth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All druggists tell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STOR- ENOTICE The McKlnney Coal A Feed Co Is now to supply the people with any iewwillespecelolly takenotice to the tow price those who buy coat for wheat thrashing prices per bushel ranglnffromPo to 16o these coals are nines on the L 4 N Railway KO GOOOUMgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I I have on hand nt Hughes Martin t Cos tore in Stanford typewriters of various Inds such as the Monarch U U Smith Fox Oliver Hemlngton HmlthPremUr etc thoroughly rebuilt no good a new which I 111111 ilea sell re CallInM AJOtINSONStanford Ky Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 57 acts in Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford nnd two rules from 111110001on good roadj ndle borllood clue to churchrural route and li Bile from schoolhouse Land all very pro luctlvefarm In grass balance In cultl atIon nil under good fence Uomfortable house of six rooms new barn nnd all other lutbuldlng Abundance of tine water and fruit of nil kind JTLtVINOBTON ItY U No 1 Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court George He vvrauce etc IJalntinx v Karl iimpsonctc IXIondnnU Notice of Hale Iursuauttoa Judgment rendered at the Spaq term iwuw in the above styled cour- tandaetlonthe undersigned commissioner will between the hours of 1 and 2 rs on- MONDAYJULYlY1t county court day sell at public outcry to the highest and test bidder in front of courthouse door In Htnnford Ky tract of about 2 acres of land neur I3rnb Orchard tn Lincoln county Ky bounded on the North by U U A C TurnpIKe on the East by the land of Mrs M and John Hunter on the Mouth by the land of J H liroughton and on the West by Irougbtons lam being the same land own Indy nt the line of his deathTEitMHTho sale will be made on a cred It of six months the purchaser will be re IUlred to execute bond wl li 8nonllllllcllr- Uy for the purchase price payable to Com nlssloner per cent Interest from lute of sale having the elltct of n Judgment and secured by lien J U1AXTON O L OU It IL Tomllnson Atty for Plaintiffs amp AIIJOIULMidi Summer Outing Under Personal Management of HyM Evening Gazette Lexington Ky Going July 201909 special Train of Pullman Sleepers leaves Lexington 030 P M 2250 Covers the cost and includes trans lortatiou bothways one entire berth in Sleeper and one full weeks board at Camp Algonac Reservations Close July 12 Booklet Free Miss Ella May Saunders Local Representative Stanford Kentucky t5 a O D CARTER NewLivervDepet Street Phone 96- TANFOADIKENTUCK Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarn Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Ilotldenee Phone 34 Offloe IS Insure with mo and bo fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We lire In position to do all kind of concreting as Work Iavrment thlnllromhoue p you promptly and art class pricebeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A floe blue grass farm for sale situated on Ike near Point leavell and sir tulles south of Ijtncaster containing aw acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with a handsome new twoStory sevenroom residence thereon with all necessary outbulldlnl rand tngthroughTBHM4i cash In hand ono and two years r nsdayof sale bearing six percent Interest until Inonlloutlnl for such place write or see W0WALKInStanf- ordSafeguard the Future I The safest surest and mostadequate sate guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Con Is conspicuous for economical manage lent lIb erellty of Its policy contracts full dealing with Its memti rsand large returns to policy holden 1 company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than IioU Ir compnttiri cvmiiiiinl Wrilw fur nrticulnrs stating age and whether mar led or single to It NEWfANPSpeclalAFtMyers James I White Hollcltor for Itockcastle Co Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court- J U Harris etc Plaintiffs vs KAthryn I Harris Defendant Notice of Hale Inobodleueu a Judgment rendered In the atMivo styled court and action at the May tern IxV the UndvrslKard commit loner AIII on MONDAY JULY II Ian county court day tntween the hours of 1 and II x offer lor sale at public outcry to and l vst Miler in front of thecourthouse door In Stanford Ky the Imouu and lot In Stanford Lincoln county Ky louniltfl on tho North by Main street on the Fast by the W I Tote lot on the Mouth by the land of PrJ II Uwsluyand on the Wet by the lot of Miss llccle O Ileasley- TKItMHv The sale will pas made on n crixl tot six months the purchaser will he reo lulred to give rand with security for the purchase the cOIIIIIII loner Uarln legalInterest from dote or sale until paid having the force and effect of Judgment and also secured by lien Oil tile property sold- JA1FMC lIEIUi4 ccliCo- nrrCommissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court Sara J Williams etc Plaintiff fi Caldwell Jr eta lItdt Notice Hale orI Pursuant ton Judgment rendered hi o win INT term lOu In the above court anti action the undersigned comml sinner will between the hours of 1 and X rIC Oil MONDAY JULY 1r lea county court day ofTur for ale on a IrOld- of It six months nt public outcry to the high xtund beStbidder In front of court house of land near- liustonvltleInllncolncounty owned hyl HNapier nttho time of hlideatband- thus described lleglnnhagat a stone Bud beech stump corner thenceInksills line N HIH K 1M poles U to Htasgs corner tlionc H IV W SI poles to n stone corner to same at u branch near II buckeye tnggs corner thence tint with Htagg then wilts nndN M K VI poles IS links to the othersthencelwithcnterof piko99m1Yb3- poles Jlinks Ii 2415 W 7 plus to corner to- J1t D Allen thence their linn HWJi W aff- oles to stone In line of J O titer on Wet lIdo of creek tbunceN 6 W crossing time creek l0poles15lhikto flit boKlnnllig ontalnlng Hi acres 3 roods mind S pole of landThe purchaser will ho required to give lrondwlth approved security for the Imse price payable to the commlssloiirr bearlug II ter cent Interest Irolll dote 0 sale until paid having thin force and effect of n Judgment and secured by lien on the land J II PAXTON MO LOO H K TAYLOR Atty for Plaint- iffsCommissioners sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Mrs Mary O Folatul Plaintiff vi W U elund Ac Defundanls Notice of Halo Pursuant ton Judgment rendered at time May term 180v in the above styled court ind action the undersigned commlsilonor will between the hours of 1 und 1 PuunMONDAY JULY U 1WSI county court day sell at public outcry to till highest and lest bidder In front of court house door In HtanfbrdKy the two tracts or knob land In Lincoln county Ky owned yA M Felond at tints of his death 1 1 The tract beginning at a white oak and hoed John 1 corner on waters Neal Wrights earner on WII tern Nl4lsbnek thence H 110 W ffH poles to red oak hickory and dogwood thence H r4- F1211 hickories In Martins lin- ethencesalValales to 8 souls and dogwood thence U no W WJ poles to a dogwoods and a poplar thence N a0 E YI roles to vhlte oak and beech thence H M K 40 poles to beginning containing luu acres toA tract beginning at poplar corner to S II Montgomery lands thence Ills line Lt- 4e K 111 poles 6 links to an ash corner same thence N 21 poles to n chesnut oak thence N altW Diholes II links to ItUnt corner to thenoe his land H 47Y W IA poles I links to a black thence N 81 W pol to poplar and- dogwuolcornertoWellaceithonceH 47 W 41 poles to a W Ml lOlos to beginning containing M acres and a roots of two tracts will be sold separately and on a credit of A months Bonds with security for the purchase prIce will be required of thepurchaserspay- able to the commissioner bearing interest from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and se ured by lien on the land LB PAXTON MO 100J W Alcorn Atty for Plaintiff r GRIFFON i CLOTHES MafnOur line of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing Is more complete than ever bctoro Como to see them before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY i 1798 Traosulvapia Uiiveritq 1909 Continuing Kentucky University i The College of 11 be f1lart coeducational Hamilton GI liege for Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern cquillOlentIiIA faculty of 56 chosen from the beet univcnitiei of America and Europe Standardized elective courses lending to the dbgreoJ of A+ JJ it S A AI null L L n New Science Building recently erected at a cost of 800000 I Students now in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries Moral Influence cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable exI i 1e11te8rThe session begins Sept 18 1000 Writo fur catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Press LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I have just received car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the best i wagon on the market for the money See them before buying ns there has hear n great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY r MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium t Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we haveever shown Styles up to tho minute Prices beyond competition Wo also state that our Spring Lino is now complete To save money cOllie and See and be i convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children anl1IOIK line of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hunan and Walkover lines ire hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for un honest deal- CiIAnL1s WllEKLER Js laional 7ankan- ford 7ty Organrsd 882 Capital 3loct SSOOOO cSuplulltntlllntlittI Profit S9OOO- Jfas paid in Dividends iinoa Oryaniaiont 0121 500 Snvito tyttv Jfccounts on Our Jfftritt OffiCER J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice Plesideal John J McRoberts Cashier H O Baughman Aut Cashr WWSauadersBooklse per l DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettut H C Baughman J F Cummins 6 S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBaanon J S Sacker C E Tate A