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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i t99a j IVOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 9 1909 NO 38 lC I1dtt i The Lincoln County Fairi STANFORD KY JULY 21= = THREE DAYSI i I 1500 Given Away in 150Roadstert Get your dayComeS T HARRIS Pres J F CUMMINS Secy Summer School Of Eastern Ken tucky State Normal The State Normal Summer School at Richmond la now In full blast Tho term oprned on June 8th and will close on July 17th The enrollment for the present term alone Is 159 This makes 733 to enroll In the Normal School for i the entire year A large number of students are In the Summer School who r have been here for several months In all there about 275 doing work at pres ent in tho Normal School Tho enrollment e of this year surpasses that of last year by 183 and there ore a few who perchance may enroll before tho closo of this year As the progress witch has been made during this year far ex ceed that of last year so it is hoped that next year will keep abreast of tho educational demands and greatly surpass i tho present year An enrollment of 1500 and an actual attendance of 1000 has been adopted as the battle cry for 1910 There oro 4500 teacher in tho Eastern District and it docs not seem impossible to reach these figures All that is needed is an awakened public sentiment and a reali zation of the opportunities of tho Nor mal School at Richmond Prof I II Uoothe of tho faculty will visit during tho Summer and Fall a number of county institutues as a special repre r sentative of the Normal Ho will en deavor to show tho teachers why they should attend the Normal and como In contact with tho educational move merits of tho day and better prepare themselves for their work as teacher l Tho school has been at a disadvan tage in the past en account of tho lack I of ample room This condition will bo relieved by another year Three hand some brick buildings are now being erected upon tho campus at a total cost of 97000 They aro tho model school building a girls dormitory und a pow er house They are modern in every respect and will add greatly to tho con fort and convenience of tho school Tho contract for theso buildings was let to Combs Lumber Co of Lexington some time in April and tho work has been progressing nicely all Summer Tho power houso is nearly completed and the brick layers are about through with their work on tho model school building A pipe line ditch which con nects tho power houso with the other buildings extends across tho campus and makes tho campus a little unslght for the present The work Is being ijry pushed rapidly and will be finished by WinterTen twelve of our young men at q tended the Stato Convention of the Young Mens Christian Association which was held at Danville Juno 1117 The local organization of tho Y M C A Is very active and our delegates reported a pleasant and profitablo stay i in Danville It Is tho policy and spirit of tho Normal to have representatives In all such gatherings as this one Wednesday Juno 23 was a day oil at the Normal and tho school went in a body to the Kentucky Educational As sociation at Estill Springs Tho trip was an Interesting and enjoyable one except for a Summer shower that added the discomforts of dampness and mud to the occasion Tho cornerstone laying and dedication of tho model school building occurred last Tuesday A crowd of 500 or GOO people was present and listened to ablo addresses from Gov Willson Senator McCreary and Hon A R Uurman The cornerstone was laid by Gov WII son at 530 and the handsome immense building was dedicated to the late Dr f K N Roark In his speech Gov Wit f son made a strong appeal for bette and better schools He said that Iroade measure the civilization ofau people and that the schools measure theI 1 1 education and enllghtment of a people Tho Normal School has enrolled sev oral prospective county superintend cots during tho present year Thi nominees for that office from six coun ties have been in school hire They are Miss Sloan of Clinton Co Messrs Stuns of GrantLand of EstUIMuy Magoflm Mullikin of Robertson an Meade of Johnson Last but in no wise least I must men tion tho State Normal Student a paper published by tho student body of the Normal The paper Js gotten out each month and contains articles from the students and school news in general Eleven hundred cOpies were printed for tho June Issue and one was sent to the chairman of every educational division in Eastern Kentucky Tho writer is manager of the paper and is considera bly Interested in its welfare lie would be glad to send copies to any of hU Lincoln county friends who aro inter ested enough to ask for a copy LESLIE ANDERSON FARMERS DEPARTMENT For Sale six Southdown bucks J C Lynn Stanford Fort SALCIO or W barrels of corn J B Foster Stanford FOR SALE 25000 oak tobacco sticks E G Baugh Waynesburg R F D No1Foa SALE Pure bred Shropshire yearling and lamb rams E G Dick ley Stanford Ky Phone 8G1 4t FOR SALII will havo three pairs of firtclass work mules on the market county court day also ono standard bred brood mare John Cook Powell lUrlow BoW his farm of 850 acres known as tho Price Curd farm six miles from Glasgow in tho part of that county known as thoIt Barrens It to Jim E Bybee tho consideration be lag 32000 FOR SuEA herd of registered high grade Jersey cattle consisting of tho beat of milk and butter cows with young calves several yearlings and two year old heifers and throe bulls J B and Jamie G Carpenter Crab Orchard Ky CHURCH MATTERS Rev Joseph tho well known Louisville ministerIs dead Rev T W Darker will preach at Ncala Creek at 3 r M next Sunday Subject at the Methodist church Sun day morning Consecration and Self DenialThe It 21th annual International Chris tian Endeavor Convention was formally opened at St Paul Wednesday Rev Gelon II Rout D D well known hero and for tho past pastor of tho Presbyterian churchat resignation refused to accept It however and in stead will recommend that an assistant pastor bo selected by the congregation to Dr Rout who enjoys the distinction pastorato Dont drug the Stomach or stliiu lato the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will como to you again Test it and BOO Sold by Pen nys Drug Store William Jamcf a Negro from Brook FrankByrnestreet fight over a at East St Louis ST Byrne Olney III was shot through tho thigh The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made is Dr Snoops Health Coffee It Is fine in tlavor and is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from puVe parched grains malt nuts eta Sample free Penny Drug Steven f NEWS NOTES Col Attilla Cox lawyer banker and railroad magnate is dead in Louisville William Kelly formerly of Paris was killed by an Italian at Ethel W Va fisdh t up mosquitoes- In a drunken affray at the ore mines in Bath county Theodore Shrout was shot and instantly killed by Thomas JonesJames Corcoran of Lowell Mass aged 28 years an aeronaut was killed by falling 500 feet from a balloon dur ing a Fourth of July celebration at Portland Mo The largest flag in the world unfurl ed at Pittsburg Tuesday pulled thou sands of pounds of the roofing from the courthouse and several persona had miraculous escapes Broughton Brandenburg arrived at St Louis from New York in charge of a detective to stand trial on an indict awayJumesComing into contact with n live wire near his home at New Orleans Andrew Brawn 12 years old in still alive after an electric current of 2300 volts had passed through his body Thcro will be no strike of tho Cana dian Northern railway engineers It was announced that at a conference i with Vice President D D Mann all difficulties were adjusted to tho satisfac tion of the men In a general fight at a platform danco at Foley W Va John Justice of Ash land Ky was shot and killed and Wil liam Crispin probably fatally wounded Two other men were struck by bullets but not seriously wounded More than ono hundred shots wore fired As the result of a mysterious fire which destroyed the home of S E Hamlet at South Boston Va five of their children and II A Strango aged 74 years a Confederate veteran were burned to death and another child aged 4 years was seriously injured Mr and Mrs Hamlett escaped without injury Sees Mother Grow Young It would bo hard to overstate the wonderful change In my mother since sho began to use Electric Hitters writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Dan forth Mo Although past 70 she seems really to bo growing young again Sho suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last sho could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Hitters worked such wonders for her health They Invig orato all vital organs euro Liver and Kidney troubles Induce sleep impart strength und apt otlto Only 60o at Pen nys Drug Store FrenchLickDemocratic National Committee was Ginglestrialcago Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops chronic coughs that weaken the constitution and develop into conIsumptlon but heals and strengthens tho lungs It affords comfort and re lief in the worst oases of chronic bron chitis asthma hay fever and lung trouble Stanford Drug Co orPresidentWoodberrysPointfrom his horse last Wednesday A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Bold by Pennys Drug Store- D IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The widow of Dr John Healy is dead in Marion county Mrs James Best is dead at Hyatts ville after a protracted illness The new L d N depot at Corbi was struck by lightning and consider ably damaged Capt Iko Myers an aged and res petted citizen of Garrard ij at the point of death yburnedfrom cremation John Tompkins manager of the Block Coal Company at Bcattyville died at the home of his parents in Dan villeG S C P Cecil of Danville had the fine young horse Kenneth Todd killed by lightning The animal was valued at 2000 Tho main building of the Kentucky Institution for they Deaf at Danville was struck by lightning and consider ably damaged Mrs John Phillips whose husband dropped dead at Shelby City Juno 20 diedon the 27th after a protracted ill ness of several months MATRIMONIAL Drum Barnes andMiss Brock Crouch were married at Sharpsburg after a courtship of 50 years The engagement of Miss Annie La nier of Danville to Dr Clarence Gor don of Easton Pa is announced Floyd Henslcy aged 18 and Miss Katherine Rogers 20 were married at Rev Brocks by that gentleman yester daySmith D Faulkner aged 20 and Miss Rosa Nesbert Taylor 16 were married at Highland Wednesday The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Albert G Faulk ner and is an exceedingly clever young man His bride is said to be very pretty If people with symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble could realize danger they would without loss of time commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy This great remedy stops the pain and tho irregularities strength ens and builds up tho organs and there Is no danger of Hrights disease or other serious disorder Do not disregard the early symptoms Stan ford Drug Co A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings Now Life Pills They never distress or inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds Headache Constipation and Malaria 25o at Pennys Drug Store By a decision in tho United States Court of Appeals the jWabash railway will bo compelled to pay 750000 which is the amount of tho principal and com pound interest on150000 worthjof bonds issued by tho road in 1870 and bought by Henry L Compton Everyone would ftedby tak lag Foloyfl Orlno Laxative for stomach and liver trouble and habitual constipation It sweetens the stomach and breath gently stimulates the liver and regulates the bowels and is much superior to pills and ordinary laxa tives Why not try Foleys Orlno Laxative today Stanford Drug Co Benjamin Simcox 77 years old a veteran of the Crimean War and who claimed to have takenpart in the fa mous charge at Balaklava died at Lex- Ington A cablegram from Africa that the Roosevelt expedition is enjoying good hunting and all the members of toe party are well dun t y Summor SLU1Yo 5 Monarch Shirtst a x Linen Collarslei GUARANTEED HOSIERY in New colors j ++++++++++++ M M 1 M + M M + f i Cummins Sc Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY Cite Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOpOOO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER AS8T CASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIREOTORS J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran 1J kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON WE feared that it was too good to be true that some night riders at least should feel the halter draw Tho six men given death sentences for tho mur der of Capt Rankin In Tennesseo had their cases reversed because of some little irregularity in getting the jury This is the beginning of the end The men will never be hanged Old techni cality has saved many n murderer and will save as many more The laws seem to be mado to save those who break them It is just such acts as the Ten nessee court has been guilty of that breeds the mob spirit and makes arel- ort to lynching sometimes apparently necessary If there had been the least doubt about the guilt of those convict ed of murdering Capt Rankin the caso would be different There being none they should not have escaped on a mere technicality The reversal of these case es will create greater contempt for the law than ever and if mobs get in their work the highest court of Tennessee will be responsible for it Tile Somerset Journal says it is all poppy cock about Caleb Powers and Charley Finley opposing each other for Congress and that the battle royal will be between Powers and Edwards with Finley on the stump for the former In the martyr act Finley Isnt in it with Powers and he realizes It Therefore the assassination defenders will be giv en a chance to prove their assertion that there is nothing too good for Powers who miscued in an effort at flight and came near getting His neck broken besides while Finley was enjoying the fat of the land of Indiana t Tilt Atlanta heiress who married her chauffeur repented of her act ale most as soon as done In action for divorce he declaredthat she was under the influence of a drug when the ceremony was performed It was granted but her experience should teach young women not to get so familiar with such men as to create such aspirations in their minds Romances of this charac ter usually result disastrously TUB school per capita has been fixed at 4 or 40 cents more than last year It is the largest in the history of the State but no credit is due the republican party Every thing that has been done in Kentucky in educational or other advancement is due to the democrats If the school fund was not absolutely in violable it is likely that there would be a deficit in that as in the other funds of the State LEXINGTON is having a time fixing up a water contract At this distance It looks to be a bluff to make outsiders believe that water is used there so largely as a beverage The impression prevails out in the State that the aver age Lexlngtoniun is more concerned about his beer and whisky supply than the water which he only uses for cleaning purposes POLITICAL 1tlI n Mills M Lcgas of Edrronsca has announced for Attorney General on the next democratic State ticketWayne county democrats nominated a full county ticket with G T Ramsey r well known here the candidate for thcriff It is stated on good authority that Chairman Combs will appoint Gen Per cy Haley secretary of the Democratic SubCommittee at Lexington Madison county republicans nomi nated a full county ticket Minion Young is the nominee for Representa tive and A R Burnum Jr for county attorneyAttorney General Jefferson D Mc Carn of Nashville who successfully prosecuted the Coopers for the murder of Senator E W Carmack announces his candidacy for Governor of that StateA special session of the Alabama Legislature has been called for July 27 to consider legislation to strengthen the liquor laws since the Supreme Court has decided laws against locker clubs unconstitutional HUSTONVILLE John Lynn has about 400 first class stock ewes with black faces and black legs The tendays camp meeting in the tabernacle at Jumbo will begin on the ICth inst f Allen Swope arrived from Wayne Saturday with 150 nice one to fouryear old stock ewes a Hvwtpnville graded school ball team defeated Junction City on their home grounds Saturday 11 to 8 Independence Bluegrass and river bottom farms in 4 buyers Comments of the almost from shdre to shore speaICln highest praise- of Jno 1 Cochran and Ethel Williams exceptionallyown composition are exceptionally fine and capacity audiences greet wherever known At AII ReserVeed Lairs blood hounds were called Mon day morning to the home of Everett Carson that had been burglarized while the family was spending the day at W P Carsons Three carloads of about the best 1450pound cornfed cattle in this coun ty were sold by J B Honaker last week to Monte Fox of Danville for July 5th to 15th delivery at 635 Mrs Lou Lewis and bright pretty little granddaughter Carrie Edmonds of Los Angeles are spending a few weeks with their relative Mrs D S Carpenter Mr Mack Dunn formerly leader of the brass band in your city now a resident of Austin Tex is visiting his sister Mrs John Dinwiddie in our city Last week James Wesley Sims the nineyearold son of Mr and Mrs F M Sims was thrown by a colt he was rid ing and found by his father uncon scious After several applications of cold water ho recovered sufficiently to be taken home Dr Wesleys exami nation found severe bruises but no bones broken and ho is quite lame Having sold half interest in my busi ness to Mr A J Adams 1 wish to thank all of my friends for the patron ago they have extended me the past 11 years and earnestly solicit a continue once of same for the new firm of Adams Bros Drugs and Groceries Also orders taken for the cheapest and best tailor made clothing C W Adams Calien Goode of Covington and Miss Josio Goode his sister of Louisville are taking a vacation with their parents Mr and Mrs J P Goode Mrs Goode just returned from a two weeks visit in Louisville Mr R L Terhune and little daughter and Mrs Farris of Bradf ordsville have returned home af ter a few days stay with D J New burn and family Miss Frances Adams spent a week with her sister Mrs D J Newburn Miss Beecher Newburn Is at home from Vincent Ala Miss Georgia Newburn is at home for the Summer after a succesful years work in the D D Institute at Knoxville Mr Joo Reed one of Columbias most prominent young business men arrived last Thursday morning at Vio let Slope the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs Chas Pile to see Miss Birdie Breeding their guest In the after noon a drive landed the family and young couple at Hotel Weatherford In our city Rev W S Willis was called and in a beautiful and impressive cere mony united their hearts as one Repairing later to Violet Slope a delightful repast was enjoyed by them and their coterie of friends They left Friday for Columbia their future home carrying the best wishes of all their Lincoln county acquaintances- A most brilliant and pleasant social function was enjoyed by a host of young people on the evening of June 29th at the home of Misses Catherine and Berta Murphy in McKinney when they entertained under the auspices of the Pi Sigma Ki fraternity of Bourbon College in honor of their visitors Misses Fishback and Bibb and Messrs Fithian and Huffman The lawn was beautiful ly decorated and illuminated by Japa nese lanterns of a variety of colors and the lunar orb shown forth in splendor grand to add to the gayety and mirth of the occasion The event was graced by the presence of guests from eight different counties of Kentucky and Indiana was not without a representative After refreshments had been graceful ly served and the evening intensely enjoyed as a result of the generous hose pitality that is characteristic of the oc casion the guests departed to their homes feeling that it was good to have been there Mrs Bettie widow of the late Sam uel Rector of Dunnville passed en route to visit relatives in Casey Satur day Hon Geo E Stone passed through to Casey Saturday Mr Geo Helm and wife natives of this county but residents of Clifton Texas for many years are visiting Sam Helm and family at Peytons Well Mrs Jennie Page Adams of Greenville Tex came homo with A Jerry Adams and wife Saturday for a visit to the scenes of her school days and her sister Mrs A M Frye W G Cowan attended the funeral of his uncle J J Frazier at Somerset One of the largest processions ever seen in that city attended the services Mr Alex Hicks who lives near Sims Springs has been seriously ill for past ten days Mrs D H Cullen of Marion Ohio iathe guest of her relatives Evan Lyon and family Mrs Ann Bosley is In Danville visiting her children this week Little Geneva Newell was the recipient last week of a handsome runabout a pres ent from some loving friends Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was In constant danger from wild beasts To day the dua or as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Mo is largely from deadly disease If It had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not have liv ed he writes jsufferlnng as I did from a severe lung trouble and stub born cough To cure Sorb Lungs Colds obstinato Coughs and prevent Pneumonia Its the best medicine on qartb SOc ande1 Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Trial bottle free f r B D CARTER New Livery I Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY J MILL FOR RENT lowing to 1U health and wanting to be IIWIy irom hurtle Some this tummer I have decided to runt uiy uptodate llz River Holler driven by water and ttoum power Cool locatlou Mill In nrllCIII condition VMITIIAYWII R V D No 4 Slantord Ky Commissioners Sale ILincoln Circuit Court J It lInrrli etc Ilalntltts vs Katurjn H Harris IHfoniliint Notice of Hate lnobedlencetu a judgment rendered in tho uuove styled court and action at the May term iwv the undunlgnvd commix stoner with on MONDAY JULY It 1SOU county court day between the hours of 1 and 2 rM offer for talent public outcry to the highest and best bidder In front of the court noose door in Blanfurd Kythuhouso I Kybounhrlthe Last by the W I Tate lot ontbeKoutu by the lund uf Dr J 11 OIloy and un the Welt by thin lot of Mlsa Lice UOIeasley TKUM8 Thesalo will bo inadeon n cred it of six months the purchaser will be rue qUlred to give bond wth good security for toe purelmse priceriYAble to the cururula loner tram date of Sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment end nUo scoured by lien on the property sold KKID Hpeclal CamV IJA1UIH1 Weak Women To weak and shins women there li atleast on- erayI to that w two treatment mat be combined One is local one U conrtltu eaaeoSllIBIQCOUI hooDiUbstontiTeU whoa an lauruJ Vat meet The BeRoraUn ftacllel throughout Ute satire tnUm seeking the repair of all MTT aril blood ailment TheNlfht Cun u Itt name impflta 4es hi work while yon sleep Itsoothes tore and inflaew edBucou surfaces heals toted weakneiMf and Utthartat while the Rertormttre ores nerroui bldODJbullcIII Take Dr Shoop Rutoadvehbltaor Llauldikftk central tool to the Ilea Tot positive local hslp DM atwtU Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STO- RECommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court George Severance etc Plaintiffs ri Karl Hlmpsoneto IMendants Notice of sale Pursuant ton Judgment rendered at the May term 1WJU in the nbavo styled court nnd action the undersigned commluloner will between the hours of I mud 2 i M on MONDAY JULY IJUWn county court day sell nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder In front ol courthouse door In Htimford Ky the tract of about M acres of land near Crab Orchard In Lincoln county Ky hounded on the North by U O A C n Turn Ixe on the sadJohnbyDroughtonlaneed by Samuel Llndtey nt the time of hIs death eredIt penonnllecurlIymluloner bearing S per cent Interest front date of sale havtcg the effect of n Judg ment and secured by lien J U 1AXTON M O L 0 0 IL II Tonllnsunttty for Plaint- iffsCommissioners Sale 1 Unco j Circuit Court Barn JWIlitnliii etc rialntiTi IL Caldwell Jr etc Defendants lfotlce of Hale theNovembercourt and action the undersigned cotnmU stoner will between the hours of 1 pod 8 rx on MONDAY JULY 1l lIoOf1 county court day offer for sale on a credit of six months at public outcry to the highI fit nnd belt bidder In front of court house door In Htnntord Ky the tractor land near ownoolbthuideicrlbedl Beginning nt a itone nnd beech stump corner to on thence poles la linkI to Htaggi cornerthnceil W tl pones to n steno buckeyeHtaggswltuLanUN M K 91 poles 11 links to the pike at the tollhouse corner to Lund nnd othorai thence with center of pike a 80 W 6J pink HIW 7 pole to corner to J A D Allen thence their line H87J W W7 iwles to stone In line of J O McAUstur on erorsingthecontaining Mncres it roods and 3U poles of land fc glebondchase price payable to the commissioner bearing II per cent Interest trout date 0 sole paid having the force and effect of Judgment and secured by lien on the land J D PAXTON Jil 0 L 00JL K TAYLOR Atty for Ilalatl- ffsCommissioners sale I LincolnCircuit CourtI Mrs Mary O Felanrt Plaintiff vs W D faloPunnanttoa the May term 180V in the above styled court nnd action the undersigned commissioner will between the houri of land 2 1 Mon MgxDAYJULY1lJgo9- countycouriday s ll at pUblic outcry to the highest and best bidder In of court house doorln Stanford Ky the two tracts of knob land In Lincoln county Ky owned by A M yland Ulme of hU death l 1 The tract beginning at a white oak nnd beech Jobn K Wrights corner on waters Neul Creek J corner on wa tern Nenll thence H a0 W lU4 poles to red oak hickory and dogwood thence H W o 1tO 10 hlottorlel Iu lnl IIno woodethenceHrVIrUOpbles103 dogwoods and n poplar thence N an I fn poles to polesto1 A tract tglnlling corner to I HtMontgomery land thence ll line N 4A K 111 poles ft links td an ash corner to tame thence N USk K st poles to n chesnut oak thence N SM W IH polo 11 links tot hisland nll1Iroods of land Them two tracts will be 18 nlpntbBondswill be required of the purchaserspay to th cOIIIIIIIlluner beRrlnlC legal In t havingthecured by lien on the land UOIr NOTICE The McKinney Coal A Feed Co ii now prepared to supply the people with any grade of coal and any kind of tho far men will especially take notice to the low price those coal for wheat throttling price per bushel ranging from data Kkv these coal are all from mines on tho Lt N Railway KO OOOOHMgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I I have on hand at Hughes Mnrttn t Uoi store In Stanford typewriter of various kinds luch RI the Monarch I O Hiultli Fox Oliver Smith Prender etc thoroughly rebuilt and us prod n+ new f reo triallar Rail M AJOIINHONStanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared toilo nil kind of mrvcyln and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and toy price are rrn tonablu Write mo at lcJlnlllv or colt the over the teleahoaethrough the ultonvlllo WAtrKIl McKINN- KYTheTriith Every person in this city who is suf fering 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 external use All durcgists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinniy Ky Is now In operation and U ready to serve Jean Ltnse-ylilankruFlannelYarns Etc Will rlthci work wool or exchange goods for it High Oil market price for wool Ull WJtiailT rror Small Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell privately my farm of 67 acre lu Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford anti two miles from IITWOOdlongood road SJ mile from In barhood cluse tochurch rural route and mile from schoolhouse Land nil very pro ductlve farm In grits Ixtlance In cultl vntlon nl under gooo fence Comfortable house of six rooms new barn and all other outbuldlngs Abundance of tine water and fruit of nil kinds J TIIVINOHTON 1L F U No Htanford Ky FARM FOR SALE 188 acres of which about ICft nn in grass excellently improved abun dnntly supplied with unfailing water 4 miles from Lexington courthouse on Main pike Immcdiato poseasion SECURITY TRUST COMPANY Lexington Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blue gran farm for tale situated on new near Point Leaved and ilx tulles south of Ijincmter acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with a hand souse nww 1olor sovtnroum residence thereon with nllntIr onlbUlldlnltand good never failingrspri andelcreekeunning through Txxae hand balance one and two years frmndaYof sale bearing six per cent Interest until pall Persons looking for such place please write or see VO WAZKKH Htanford JO PER CT REDUCTION c B PRUITT Moreland Kentucky For aodnyi In order to clean up on Matting Druggets Carpets HUJJI Eta Will give 10 per cent reducllon sane ram bargains ln millinery Home big bargain In close Nice selection of trained picturesNow Is your time to buy a mirror Call and tee them Choice selection of rocker Oood lino of beds natal and wood metal nnd wood toping boils cribs cots mattress es springs Davenports chairs suitcases grip trunks extension tables centre tllb medicine cabinets glnis indoors Ac Call nnd see ui Well equipped stock of funeral supplies Service n or day O B PUUirrMorelnnd Ky Dinwiddie oil Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods INSURANCE R BMAIION- YInsuresTobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count L= I j WflR i I4 t tt Our specialty We do not hesitate to say that we have for 20 years given you the best rI Shcesthat 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 WALKOVER retailing at 350 4 and 5 for men MENZIES the Best and Softest and Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever saw 3 and S35O Now see these goods and you will agree that we have not made it too strong I H J McROBRTS i STANFORD KENTUCKY scrEEaEr8 aEm Prescription Pointers Fifabe01 t mThis store claims ability capability facility fH and a complete stock of drugs IIWehave the goods the equipment the aJQi j 11titN t- m STOREI i PENNYS DRUG JI Stanford Kentucky JJi IE3BBBE0EBSBEBSBEBBBEE t Preserving Hemes 1 KIM- ason j Jars Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined w Tops You Will Need Them V so 1 We can Furnish Them IA 1 14 1f f d 1i r I W E Perkins Grab Orchard 4 OUR lAWN ffNfI is n lees expengivo nnd better fence than wood More ornamental dura the and a time saver an Olllleetlno saw hammer and nails to keep it in repair tfabrictho low prices on a good onto job u 1 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford c 1c Lu d fIbE lg a1e Ges nt Hundreds of pleased euSfohiers are leaving our store daily why not you The machine is working fine Every Dollar Strefched a r and a Half NEXT WEEK SHOE WEEK Next we will give special attention to Re ducing our Shoe stock by giving many remarkable values Mens 5 and 6 Florsheim Shoes in Patent Velour Cordovan and Vici at 385 Mens 350 Shoes 269 Mens 3 Shoes 235 Anticipate your needs for Fall and let us supply you Mens 1 Shirts 59c 50c Shirts 39c Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers at Cut Prices Come to town court day and put on your memorandum go to SEVERANCES SALE To each person making a pur chase at our store Monday 12th we will sell 5 papers of needles for 5c SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY I I The Interior Journal STANFORD Kvi Jute U 190 I Drug ICE StoreiPERSONALS LITTLE JAMES JOHNSON has typhot fever DR L U COOK was not so well yesterday Rout T URUCE has been 111 for sev eral days MRS II C BAUOHMAN continues t improveMiss PENNY is at Crab Orch ard Springs MRS M G THOMSON of Paris is at the St Asaph Miss ANNIE DUNN returned fret Chicago Tuesday MR AND MRS J S RiCEspentTucs day at Richmond Miss MAE PIIELTS of Richmond II with Mrs R C Hocker MR MACK HUFFMAN is at Crab OrI chard for a week or so Mills MARY SOTIIARD of Middlcsboro is with Miss Sallie Mills Craig Mus W U WEAREN and chlldrci r are at Hotel Leon at Crab Orchard BORN to the wife of Mr W R DII lion Jr of tho East End a daughter MRS B D CARTER and ton Carl aro visiting her brother in Indianapolis MRS J W HAYDEN of Paris li f with her mother Mrs Perrnella Urown JOE MURPHY wife and son of Selina Texas arrived Wednesday to visit rola T tives Mns W G WELCH visited relative in Paris and Louisville during the past week MR JOHN DOWNER wife and Mils Mildred Downer are over from Cm cinnati LITTLE Miss SOPHIE SAUNDERS II with little Miss Mary Bailey at Crab Orchard i WILUAM BROOKS and family of Covington were visitors at Rev T W Barkers J MISSES CLARA AND LYLES COOPED and Master Clarence Cooper aro visit in Lancaster IPIng AND MRS R S LYTLE and Mlsi Robby Pcnny havo gone to Kansas Cor a short stay Advocate MRS F II MILLER and daughter a flu EWe tiller of Uuisvlllo an with the husband and father here t MRS J S HlGciNS and little daugh t ter Willie are suffering from an at tack of typhoid fever Somerset Jour nalMiss BEATRICE ROUSE who has been the delightful guest of the Misses Hock pro returned to her home at Wichita Has t PROF E L GRUBBS of Shelby City is getting up a lodge of Woodme- nII America a most excellent fraterna orderMR W T DAVIS of Pinevllle hat his wife who is visiting hei brothers Messrs W L and J M Mc Carty hero Misa LUCY LifE WALTON returnee Wednesday from a delightful visit to her Emma Lee Vaughan at- I Ashland Va MWBRB J F CUMMINS J O Reid 4 I Lee Hill and R L Coffey started out 01 4 in Mr Reids auto yesterday to adver the Stanford fair MlsaRtlBRTTIEHAYDENand Jennie iitlse Boyle Hay Yiof are visiting Miss Mary Newland in tllO Elllt End 4- hiHlaw N SAUNDERS has moved i once from the Odd Fellows building to his on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse MISS ESTHBR BURCU who taught the past year at Red Springs N C arrived at her home here She has visited friendsjn several States since i her school REV J SURRAY TAYLOR Mesdames t Kate Miller and James F Holdam and Misses Linda Miller land Marie Mahony i spent peycraldays in Georgetown at tending a convention- MR OWSLEY MANIER of Nashville I visited his uncle Judge J S Owsloy Jr this week He was on his way t home from the University of Pennsylvania where he has been a student MR W A of Crab Orch ard leaves Sunday for New York where ho will join Miller Bros Ranch 101 Show and spend a month with it Mr Brooka a first cousin of the Mil tiers LOCALS- LmnEY cut glass at Muellers 1 3f WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellcrfl I FOR BALK Two hotoseg and lots and I one vacant lot in Crab Orchard Apply Dr A S Price Stanford I J J TRY our N 0 Molasses W II lUg gins WESLEY EUBRY had horse to CaUI with Him a few days ago and his right foot was badly crippled A GOOD thing to remember Pi your bill at this office when you ome to court Monday TilE CountyFair less than two weeks off Dont fall to como and tell your friends also to be on hand struckrho Chrlstla church at Hubble the other day but- not xigreat deal of damage was done DR W N CRAIG oculist and opt can office over II J McRoberts store If you need grasses have your eyes tested at once I TilE ladles of the Christian church or Kingsvtlle will give an Ice cream su per Saturday night 10th for the benefit of the church TilE L willrun an excursion to Cincinnati over the K C Sunday at 1175 for the roundtrip Train leaves Stanford depot at G A U THERE will be an ice cream supper the Christian church at Hubble on Saturday night The proceeds will go to repairing the church building TUB colored here Institute wilt be held at the colored Baptist churc next week July 1216 with Prof F L Williams conductor G Singleton Supt STANFORD Lodge 160 00 F elected the following officers for the ensuing term Jesse D Wearen N G E B Denham V G E Wilkinson Secy MR W McCARTIhas appealed the contested election ClUe Mr AL S Uaughman the contestant will have something to say about the matte next Issue JUDGE JOSHUA DERRY whose wif was a sister of the late Mark Hardin this place is dead at Monticello age 73 Ho was a prominent merchant and good citizen LIGHTNING struck porch of Mi George C Givens house Tuesday morning but not a great deal of dam ago was done it The family forti nately escaped injury ILiGtmmc store this back porch af Mr S J Embrys residence Tuesday completely demolishing it No other damage was done to building but the occupants were given quite a shock MR L J PARRIGIN ftho Mahon Insurance Agency is a candidate fo r the republican nomination for county clerk of Wayne The many friends he has made In Lincoln hope he will win To SCHOOL TAX PAYERS All peopl byrin INTERIOR JOURNAL and pay for coat of same Maurico M Perkins Crab Orchard Ky JONBS Rebecca Jones widow if Mr David Shannon Jones was bur- t led at McKinney Monday after services by Rev J L Owens She died at tho home of her son Mr Henry C Jones at Piano Texas where she moved fror1 IcKinney after the death of her husband some 25 years ago Mr Jone ccornpanled the remains UR R L BERRY r West End who with his wife and baby fa visitingt In Bath county writes that the acreage of tobacco along the route he went overs the smallest in several s am he tobacco is in very bad condition He thinks the 1909 crop has been overestimated for a purpose and that the growers will realize a good price Corns very weedy and wheat is good Very ittle threshing has been done he says A andpolitical league was organized in Louisville Monday with George W Gentry the colored lawyer and politician of this place resident The other officers are Albert S White Louisville first vice resident W T Silvey Frankfort second vice president W H McRidley Cadiz third vice president L E Un erwood Frankfort secretary J locker Louisville assistant secretary R Mitchell Bowling Green treasurer E P Marie Lduisville chaplain The leeting was called to order by Gentry The object of the leegueJi to improve the Negro educationally civilly and and politically I I N 1 TAXESTho tax books for 1900 aro now ready Como in and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff T THOMAS SIMPSON an cxconfcderat soldier Knight of Honor and good citi- Zen of tho Shelby City section died this week at an advanced age Ho is sui vlvtd by his wife and nine children TilE famous Atlanta optician Hawkc will be in Crab Orchard at Lyne Bros Drug Store two days Wednesday and Thursday July 14th and 15th EyeI sight tested free and glasses sold at a reasonable price This ia a good Opt portunlty to moot this practical optl clan Remember tho dates and place T A WATER spout In the Gilberts Creek section Wednesday morning did lots or damage to corn wheat tobacco hemp and fences A large lot of wheat In shocks belonging to Henry Hester James House Georgo Spoonamoro and others was washed away while mud corn and hemp looked as If a steel roll er had passed over it The ballast was washed from under the L N traci for a quarter of a mile and the tract washed out of plumb A train delay of several hours was caused I TilE Lincoln County Medical Society met with Dr M Lee Pipes of More land The following members answer ed to roll call Drs E J Brown G G If ilIIMoreland Edward Alcorn Hustonville W F Hickle Hubble and Dr Proc tor Louisville Dr Edward Alcorn gave an interesting symposium subject Dysentery He gave some very entertaining experiences along Green river Tho subject was freely discussed by the society Dr G G Perry read an exhaustive paper on The Treatment of Typhoid Fever Ho left nothing out that could possibly be mentioned that is uptodate and scientific This paper was also freely complimented by each member These notes can not be finished without reference to the hospitality of Dr and Mrs Pipes They have n most ele gantly furnished homo with modern conveniences A more elegant dinner was never served in thcommonwealth- than the one Mrs Pipes served to tho doctors on this occasion Every thlngwas exceptionally fine but espec ial mention must be made of tho beau tiful hand painted china ware which shows the artistic skill of Mrs Pipes who does this work for her own amuse ment Tho work would attract favor able comment on the tables where prizes are offered for tho best and itI the opinion of the doctors would carry rangedrcream and cakes The doctors voted to meet with Dr and Mrs Pipes per manently W F Hickle secy CARPENTER Mr T GeorgelaCarpen ter one of the best Christian gentle men who has lived in Lincoln county in years died at the homo of his father Mr A W Carpenter at 630 Tuesday evening after a lingering illness of a complication of troublees Ho died on the 35th anniversary of his birth and we dont suppose that there was ever a young man more willing nor better prepared to meet his God Joining the Christian church at Huatonvillo when a nero boy he followed the teachings of that church and so lived that he would be ready when the final summons came Mr Carpenter was in business in Stan ford for quite a while and he made friends here who sorrow at his untlme ly death He was scrupulously honest conscientious business man and it was 1a pleasure to deal with him The writer had known him for many years and unhesitatingly says he never know a letter man or citizen Deceased was a graduate of Kentucky University Lexington and was an unusually well posted well read young man He is survived by his father Mr Adam W Carpenter stepmother and several ulf brothers and sisters His mother who was a Miss Cloyd died many years ago but he loved his stepmother with the devotion of a true child while for his half brothers and sisters ho showed great devotion They all miss tho splendid son and brother and in their sad hour unbounded sympathy goes out to them A large number of friends and relatives attended the funeral at tho homo at 3 oclock yesterday after noon and followed the remains to their let resting place in Buffalo cemetery eve W S Willis of Hustonville and H C Garrison of Danville conducted the funeral services u INEW wash suits new wash coats and washskirts Severance Son TRY WilkinsonSingleton country killed beef pork and mutton Tim trial of Hugh Thompson for kit ing Fred Garrison in Casey is going cat Liberty TERRY GOODE infant son of Mr and Mrs Ed Martin of Turnersville died July 1st after a brief illness of choler Infantum FOR SALE New five room cottage lot contains one acre located in Crab Orchard For price aud terms writ Maurico M Perkins Crab Orcharc Ky SAMUEL B SAUNDERS who boUgh out Mr J A Hammonds the HubbI merchant prince has been appoints postmaster to succeed him at tha place LET the teachers of Lincoln count remember that next Monday July 12 the teachers institute will begin at the Stanford Graded School building Trustees and friends of education are invited to attend Teachers are requlr ed by law to attend or have certificate revoked The trustees of the county are asked to come Monday afternoon when new school law will be discussed a sufficient number shall manifest Interest to come The institute will continue five days Some new practi cal features are to be introduced Prof J W Ireland will instruct G Singleton Supt Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Darns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M OlUce W Insure with mo and be fully protec- tedCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience ton udament of the Llncolt Ircult court rendered at the Jfovembci erne miTln the nctlon of Bora J Vllllnmi lerslgnrd tc iienlnt t H 11 00ldwell1Jr etc the un MONDAY JULY B4IIW county court day nt about 1 ritIn front of tbo courthoiiM door In Liberty Cy olte for in lout public outcry to the highest ant belt bidderona credit of Ilx month the tract of on the watery of Carpenter Ky owned by J U nndthndeicrltkdlAlex Oays a white oak corner wood tbencol3 poles to J white oaks cor nor ot n survey of VnnUevecr W M e I to white oak and black gumwlth Vnl- lOtwerallnc 81511 84 poles to n endwhite 00 n brnnehthence up the come B 40 W aw poles to n chestnut fInd while oak thence N M 70 poles to n Hpon IIh wblteonk N 16 W S3 to n whit oRk nncl dogwood N ee E to Noah Snows corner n white oak and black oak thenc with Snowilllneil poles to n chestnut trend e nntple thence NI W ei poleitoowhlle- onk M fi to a stake In said Qnys line- H re K to the lwgtnnlngcontalnlngrOncrea- Mond with good security for will bo required of the purchaser payabli to the Commissioner be+ring lego from data of vale until paid wound by lien on the land and having tho force and exec of Judgment JD PAXTON M 0 LO O- It K Taylor Atty for Plaintiffs Blue Grass Farm for Sale 1 In obedience to n Judgment of the Lin coIn circuit court rendered at the Novom In tne action of O J Urow dmlnlitratoroKBlnitOJOrowihDlnam 1 rvdltori the r will at the mansion house on the premises at nboutonWEDNESDAYAUG 4 IWO after for sale at public outcry to the hlgbeil J Crow farm neat- rurnerv111einLlueofnconnty y about nidway between Stanford Huitonvll ond tbui described Beginning at Intenec Stanford A llnstonvllle and Turners rllleAMcCorinackiOburob pike In front of J F Cash store hoaae feet frorn inter cotton of pike thence with mid die of Stanford A Hustonville K tl E N M KBlZfeettuenceNK thence3JIK thence N II thence leaving center of pIke with his line- t N IDS 1v 16OJ feet to a stone his corner hence with line of same N 111 H K 1447 feet to stone corner to Cash tract tbence that Inc N sty lY 1010 feet to a stone his corner- I 81U W 4117 feet to his corner thence line of ame N N Wfeet to Iiocker corner hence N tIi W 1731 feet to center of pike In middle ofCarson gate thence 8 18 IIWI feet to center of old road bed corner A Carson thence NMJ4 E Ibl- et with tcoorIl8cklInp to stake thence K 8 W liti toot to walnut stump thence H tO K KB feet thence H E II feet to locust tree lit McCormackls corner 1vW too reel to center of pike- carMct7oratncksptethence H 41k t feet H UK K 11M feet to beginnIng containing 167 fl0- r ores The farm Is on n good turnpike Is near lipping stations on two railroads and con intent to schools and churches It con tnlnl A twostory frame dwelling and out rildlngvTERJIHThe sale will be made on a creel It of Sand 12 In equal installment undo the purchaser must give bond with cod security for sale price payable to- tecommisiionerbearing 6 per cent Inter eat from date of tale paid having tbe force and effect of a Judgment and secured br lien on the land Jn PAXTON M O La 0 M 0 BauOey Atty for Plaintiff H L It Hughes T W Humble W O Martin Very Low Prices Dont fail to tee our Oxfords before buying We have tho lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Pat ents Trine Vicis Oxfords Ac 350 Oxford Special 269 300 Oxford 229 250 Oxford 198 150 Oxford U9 125 Oxford 105 20 PER CENT OFF on nil Childrens Slippers You will find our prices on everything else in proportion to these I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 1STANFORD KENTUCKY 1909 19- 09MeetingCamp At Jumbo Ky The Green River Holiness Camp Meeting will convene on JULY 15 TO 26 1000 which will be its Fifth Annual Encampment This camp is located on Green River four miles from McKinney and six miles from Stan brd Ky nestled in a beautiful little valley surrounded by the Green River hills MINISTERIAL IIELPRev JC Johnson and wife of Wilmore vy will do the preaching principally These servants of God are indeed excellent evangelists Do not fail to hear them MUSIC We have as usual fine music Miss Rose Yowell will be organist and she and Bro Johnson will lead the host in song We shall try to ecure an orchestra which will add to the musical feature ACCOMMODATIONS We will run in connection with the camp a irstclasa Dining Hall where board can bo had at reasonable rates by week IT single meal There will be a small gate fee of 10c on Saturdays and Sundays to pay the running expenses of the camp Hacks will be run from McKinucy and Stanford to the Camp Ground at a reasonable chargetPURPpSE OF MEETING Wo desire to Glorify God and do what wean to up His Kingdom on Earth Will you not try to help us in any way you can Be sure and come Build you a cottage or rent you n tent move and be with us nIl through the meeting This years camp will be we trust the best we have had For further particulars write to Clarence J Sipple London Ky or Dr Frank Grider McKinney ly- CLARENCE J SIPPLE President and Secretary 1798 TraDsijlyaDia UDi- vContinuing 1909 Ii Kentucky University Tho Cpllege of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College 7 for Women and the College of law v Three campusesembracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with equipment A faculty of 56 chosen from the best universities of America and Europe Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of A BB S A Mand L L B New Science Building recently erected at a cost of 60000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ex pen c8 The session begins Sept 13 1000 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brod head H B NORTHdOTT Stanford w The Interior Journal Itteredih the Poet Ofce at Stanford eMl tSenddati maUerIL N TIME THBLE No n Hoath lli P x No YA South Il CKJ A x k No 51 North llo A M No r5 North 617 P M NorriOM7Aji No Y9 140 PM JOS Se RICE Agent FOR SALEe Large and amnll wheat corn and tobacco farms level rlcltnnil free from stone irsrfie residence nnil barm good railroad connec lion Con offer o bargain at ito I0 nn acre Long time paymenti- BLAKLKY Bowling Orfen Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale Ideslro to sell privately my stock or firo ceries nnd Hardware Doing n good busU ness Will Invoice Jleaion Ill health GEO D HOPPKU Stanford Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKO- ffice over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stop 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 St Louis Mo L Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothe whether n low price business wit or the finest evening clothes will bavo that Individuality and tit which plainly Indicate they were made to ourmtasure I will also take your measure for extra trousers fancy vests to coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Intpectloa HO HOPtKY The Tailor Stanford Ky ItchingSkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liqui for external use Zemo gives instant elicf and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W 3osc Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I granifencing good plenty of water and Also 12J acres of timbered land one mile Kast of McKinney halt under fence plenty I v of water and good tobacco land Bee grow ng crop J A OIV INH Agent McKlnuey Ky p CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best us well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of oil kinds bulbs potted Rowers on IhortInotice Also make a specialty of purposesIn above I have nil kinds of vegetables oa hand at reasonable prices CHRIHTAI AN OUKEN1 HOUSES Ki IirnlsAnnPuondtnnrord u u DYOURnlw HIDESAMD FURS GinsengGolden youthsnReference any Bank in Louisville Write for weekly lid andship ping tags Wefumuh wool free M SABEL SONS EUD i ISSS i 220 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Corof of at Undeitasera and Embalrr en Also Dealers in Furef niture MattingsRug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give r Them a Call Prices Right k STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary a Undertaker Embalmer and- Realer I InHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY OTM Ffcoae def Home Phone Ifl 0 BRODHEAD Hamm and Albright will start their wheat thresher this week Will begin in the Sayers neighborhood but will lon go to the Hiatt section The trials of Per RIgsby for killing Greedy Lair and of Dick Pike for kill ing MIzo at Livingston two years ago were put off until next term of circuit courtMr John Cherry father of our mer chant J T Cherry is almost blind but is under treatment of Dr OBannon of Stanford who is confident he can restore sight Childrens day was celebrated at Freedom Sunday A large crowd good speeches and singing lots to eat and ideal picnic weather made the day an enjoyable one There will bo a business meeting at Sate quested to be present as some important work needs to be done Born to Mr and Mrs J E bert Wal len a boy Mr B F Sutton of Wadd is reported very sick Fred Durham and wife of Elizabethtown are visiting the latter parents here this week Elder J W Masters preached two excellent sermons at the Christian churcheYJ are without a pastor now Times too hard we presume Mr Zeb Hall and wife of Pineville were guests of Mr Asa Sams of the Maretburg section Mr Hall is in th employ of the L N as section fore man and is considered one among th best track men the company has We are told that some of the grand jurymen after being dismissed last Saturday at Mt Vernon having finish the work for this term of circuit court tried to get money on their claims and the banks nor any other concern would advance the money even at a large dis count Where oh where is and a full dinner pail The Livingston Baptist Sunday schoo- p with Mr Drummonds as Superintend ent and the Baptist Sunday school s this place W II Sowder Superintend ent are running a race with each othe- now for the largest attendance an Bradt ance but Livingston beats in mone mattersMrs H Jarrett informs us that their family will enjoy a home comin some time in the near future those away are John Jarrett Jr and wife of near Liberty Casey county Mrs Dollie Cornelius and son of Durango Colorado and Ex Jailer Owen Jarrett and family of Mt Vernon probably Miss Verne Jarrett a granddaughterof Flora VsU 1 N M will accompany Mrs Cornelius Bell Lawrence the trifling fellow who escaped from a pest house on Rockcastle river last Autumn and came through this section scattering pox from which about 50 persons war Inoculated including yours truly wa indicted by the grand jury last court but was not arrested until last week Ele is now in jail awaiting trial His low down actions cost this county near Iy 82000The things look and the way people talk seems we are to have about three weddings in town BOUII Only guess work but we have guessed pretty well all along Dr W F Carter and bride are expected back from their tour soon and will go to housekeeping- In the residence given to Mrs Carter by her father Larkin Hicks Ho will probably move to his wifea property near Bee Lick- Notwithstanding the wet Spring we have had and the inability of our farmers to properly plow their crops everything looks splendid and it seems we are to have a largo corn crop yet a few farmers living in the low lands have given up a small part of their crops on account of wet weather All during the rainy weather hoes have been made good use of and as a conS consequence corn fields are pretty clean weedsMrs Woodall and Mrs C E Rice Livingston attended childrens day Freedom last Sunday and were the guests of Mrs Rices parents Mr and Mrs G E Painter Mrs Rico return d to her home Monday but Mrs Wood all extended her visit to her parents at Wadd Mrs Molhe Skirvin mother of Mrs J M Adams of this place returned to her homo in Grant County Monday after several days visit with her daughter and other relatives here Miss Ella Carson and her brother Bane children of Mr W A Carson our painter here are at homo on vacation They have been in school at Princeton Ky Miss Ollie Rainey oMt Sterling NannleVestCovington were visiting hero first of week CuretTabletswillall colds and the Grip Try Kern onto and see 4325c old by Pennys Drug Store Representativeint Roosevelt Hospital New York from pneumonia y Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 tninutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 26c Box Sold by Pen ys Drug Store b 4 Tortured On A Horse 1 For 10 years T couldn ride a horse without being in tortue from piles writes L S Napier of Rugleas Ky when all doctors and other remedies tailed Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured roe Infallible for Piles BurnsI Scalds Cuts Bolls FeverSores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Senator Paynter of Kentucky who has been ill at Providence Hospital in Washington as a result of the recent hot weather is improving slowly Delay in taking Foleys Kidney Remedy if you have backache kidney or bladder trouble fastens the disease upon you and makes a cure more dUn cult Commence taking Foleys Kid ney Remedy today and you will soon be well Why risk a serious malady I Stanford Drug Co Commissioners Sale I Lincoln circuit Court FCalnEtcIn obedience to n Judgment rendered at the May terlllIWIln tho above styled court and action the uuderilgncd coiumlsiloner will on MONDAY JULY 2thIOO9 county court dRY between the hours of 1 and 1 p xln front of the courthouse door tit titanloml Ky over for sale at public out ghest and Lest bidder on a credit- orsix months the tract of 1M ncrei of laud on the waters of HnnKlua loorklln Lincoln count in th Mnrtlnbounded on the North by the lands of Frantic llouphertyi on the East by the lands or the DoUllblft heirs on the South by the lands of Dun Mourn cold WhltebouiOj and on the Wot b the laud of Ollln Hud Mnrtln and JF Peak The into will bo iniule for tho purpose of division The purchaser will U required to execute bond with npprovwl security forthpurchase price payable to the Commission er bearing 0 per cent Interest front date of 11ft e until paId tRying thu forcu and unect of n Judgment and nUo secured by lion on tho land J B 1AXTOX M 0100- T J Hill Atty for Plaintiff 1T 0rX CEYoUngPrecincts askinglorof said county it is therefore ordered andadjudged by the court that the boundary of said two precincts be changed and a new precinct be organized and established and same to be known as Precinct No4 The boundary of Hustonville Precinct No2 as changed shall be as follows Beginning on Hustonvillo Stanford turnpike at John Murphys place now Shores excluding him thence with said pike to the intersection of the name and Bradeto James J McKinneys including him thence a straight line to n S Scudders excluding him thence a straight lino to E D Kennedys place now K L excludinghimjKinney l Greeu Iliver Turnpike and with said pike to tIle place of begIn- ning including all in said boundary The tlatw of holding the election shall bo and remain as heretofore in Hustonville followsyou the lino of Precinct No 4 a straight lino to Dan Moores including him straighttsons to himda now ng him thence a straight line where Harris Creek empties into Knob Lick McCormackayn to the J 0 Neal place now VonGruenigaus excluding him thence a exceptg8 in said precinct shall be and remain at Turnersvillc Boundary of the now Hustonville Voting Precinct No 4 as established herein shall be ns follows Beginning nt tho crowing of tho Casey county lino pad Green River near George l + tes thence with Casey county line to the Hustonville Middleburg turnpike and with same to James J McKin noys excluding him thence a straight line to R S Scuddcrs including him thence a straight lino to the B D Kennedy place now K L Tanners including same thence a straight lino to Hall Anderson including him straightlineMoores excluding him thence a straight line to D C Sipplo at Jumbo Dieaorders or parts of orders of this court in conflict herein are hereby set aside giveInew one month before tho next election by publication in the newspaper published in said county having the largest circulation in said county nud by Oterdlt1t up precinctsAG B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court BEGINNING JULY 1st rheC CJWILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO Norfolkand All Rail O DSSCoNew York City J + 2800 3000 Atlantic City 25 50 Vu Norfolkand ODS S NY Park i 23 80 30 00 Long Branch NJ t r 23 80 30 00 Ocean Grove N J i 23 80 30 00 Spring Grove NYa 2380j 3000 3000CspeMsyNJOcean City NJ 2560 GOOD 30 DAYS LIBERAL STOPOVERS l On sate every day Round trip Ticket New York and Boston rail and water going one route and returning another Good 30 days atop oven allowed Roundtrip ticket to all mountain and summer resorts Good Oct 31 Old Point Comfort and return July 27 and August 21 Tickets good C O Kf15 days Stop over allowed on return trip P1fI5 0overFor full infoimalioa call on or addre + CEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexingtoi KtWilliam M Yent City Ticket Agent Use Arnolds HandMade Buggies I There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 and up accord ing to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 8300 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined at 810 Buggies recovered in leather and reliucd for 825 Rubber tires the best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 114 J Best Goodrich at 16 We solicit your trade RaM ARNOLD DANVILLE KY 1 5 Our line of Men Boys and Childrens Clothing is more coruplcto than ever before Conic to see them before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY The Guessing Contest on Our Soap Window is Increasing Dont Miss ItjW H HIGG1NS Stanford Ken L lila UCkYJ I I have just received car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the bee wagon on the market for the money See them bcforo buying as there has been a great improvement ill their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY MILLINERYThe jI J i Hustonville KyKInvites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shownIStyles up to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo also stato that our Spring Lino is now complete To save money como andsee and be convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies Misses nud Children and tine of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hunan nnd Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest den- lCuIrEi WiiRFinn Jfiirst Tfational ffianb Stanforda6y Orfanixtt 882 Capital Stock fSOOOO furflui and VnJMitnf IProfitt 39 000ibas paid in 2ftfeftnet itnct Organization S2ft 500 fnvllo tyotv Jfccounts on Our drib OFFICERS S Rocker PresIdent- S T Harris VicePresident Joho J McRoberts Cashier- H O Btughraan ANt Cashr WWSaaodersBookkeeper JiJ u DIRECTORS r I F Reid J H Baujhman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Camino S T Harris no C Robinson W fOBannon J S Hacker C E Tate r