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JULY 9. 1909 NO. 38 The Lincoln County Fair! STANFORD, KY., JULY 21 '. THREE DAYS. $1,500 Given Away in Premiums. Great $150 Sweepstake Saddle Ring; also $150 Roadster Ring and $50 Colt Stake. Get your stock in shape. There is a ring for everything in the stock line each day. Come and enjoy yourself and mingle with old friends for 3 days. J. F. CUMMINS, Sec'y. S. T. HARRIS, Pres. Of Summer School Eastern Ken-tuck- y at The State Normal Summer School The Is now In full blast. Richmond term opened on June 8th and will close tho on July 17th. Tho enrollment for present term nlono Is 159. This makes School for 733 to enroll In tho Normal year. A large number of tho entire who .tudents ore In the Summer School been here for several months. In have presall there about 275 doing work atenroll-meent in tho Normal School. Tho of this year surpasses that of last year by 183, and there aro n lew wno of perchance may enroll before the close M.vcar. As the progress which has exbeen made during this year for hoped ceeds that of last year, so it Is of tho that next year will keep abreast sur-pademands and greatly educational enrollment the present year. An or of 1,500 and an octual attendance adopted as the "battle 1,000 has been loach-cr- s cry" for 1910. Thcro ore 1.500 does Eastern District and It in tho these not seem impossible to reach Is an All that Is needed Inures. n awakened public sentiment and a of the Nor- of the opportunities . r..l. I.I D.Amnml. PfOI. I. It. faculty, will visit during Uoothe, of tho of tho Summer and Fall a number reprecounty institutes as a special will sentative of the Normal. He to show tho teachers why they come in should attend the Normal and contact with tho educational of tho day and better prepare themselves for their work as teacher. nt ss real.-Mtiomove-meri- " Col. Attllla Cox. lawver. banker and railroad magnate, is dead in Louisville. William Kcllv. formerly of Paris. wan killed by an Italian ot Ethel, W. Vo. The United States is Imnortimr fish into tho Panama canal zone now to eat ably damaged. Capt. Ike Myers, an aged and resup mosquitoes. In a drunken affray at the ore mines pected citizen of Garrard, is at the in Bath county, Theodore Shrout was point of death. Albert Jordis' home in Laurel county shot and instantly killed by Thomas burned and his son had a narrow escape Jones. James Corcoran, of Lowell, Mass.. from cremation. John Tompkins, manager of the aged 23 years, an aeronaut, was killed by falling COO feet from a balloon dur- Block Coal Comnanv at Beattyville. ing a Fourth of July celebration at died at the home of his parents in Portland, Me. G. & C. P. Cecil, of Danville, had the The largest flag in the world, unfurl ed nt Pittshurvf Tuesdav. nulled thou fine young horse, Kenneth Todd, killed sands of pounds of the roofing from the by lightning. The animal was valued court-housand several persons had at $2,000. The main building of the Kentucky miraculous escapes. Broughton Brandenburg arrived at Institution for the Deaf at Danville St. Louis from New York in chargo of was struck by lightning nnd considerLeslie Anderson. o detective to stand trial on an indict- ably damaged. Mrs. John Phillips, whose husband ment charging him with enticing away DEPARTMENT. FARMER'S dropped dead nt Shelby City, Juno 20, Jumes S. Cabanne III. For Sale, six Southdown bucks. J. C. Coming into contact with a live wire died on the 27th, of ter a protracted illLynn, Stanford. near his home at New Orleans, Andrew ness of several months. 10 or 50 barrels of corn. Foil Sam:. Brawn, 12 years old, is still olivo after MATRIMONIAL. J. B. Foster, Stnnford. an electric current of 2,300 Volts had ' For Sale. 23,000 oak tobacco sticks. passed through his body. Brum Barnes and" Miss Brock Crouch E G. Haugh, Waynesburg, It. F. D. Thcro will 1ms no strike of the Cana were married at Sharpsburg after a I No. 1. dian Northern railway enclneers. It courtship of 50 years. Foil Sau:. Pure bred Shropshire was announced that nt a conference The encacement of Miss Annie Lo- vonrlinc nnd lamb rams. E. G. Hick- - with Vieo President D. D. Mann all dif n'T, of Danville, to Dr. Clarence GorSG- -I. It lev. Stanford. Ky. I'hono ficulties were adjusted to the satisfac don, of Easton, Pa., is announced. Fon Sale. I will havo three pairs or J tion of the men r?l...l lln..U.. nr.n.l ID nnil M tea s work mules on the market in a General fight at a platform dance Kathcrino Rogers, 20, wero married at . . . . . .. county court day, also ono standard ot Foley, W. Va., John Justice, of Ash Kev. lirocK a uy mat gentleman yssier-day- . Cook. land, Ky., was shot and killed and Wil school has been at n disadvan- bred brood mare. John Tho ack 1'owell Harlow sold his farm of S50 liam Crispin probably fatally wounded Smith B. Faulkner, aged 20, and Miss tage in t!.e past en aeeaint f th condition will be acres, known ns tho I'rlco Curd farm, Two other men wero struck by bullets, Rosa Nesbert Taylor, 1C, wero married of ample room. This a six miles from Glasgow, in the part of but not seriously wounded. More than nt Highland Wednesday. Tho groom is relieved by another year. Three being that county known as tho "Barrens," ono hundred shots were fired. buildings aro now brick a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Faulk tfc be6 As the result of n mysterious fire ner nnd is an exceedingly clever young ...i . . ,(, rumiius ot a totol cost to Jim E. By bee, tho consideration ing $32,000. model school which destroyed the home of S. E. man. His brido is said to bo very of $97,000. They ore tho , Fou Sale. A herd of registered, Hamlet, at South Boston, Va., five of pretty. building, a girl's dormitory, m.u consisting of i....... Thu nro modern in every lilrrh irrnilo Jerscv cattle, their children and II. A. Strange, azed con-fotho best of milk and butter cows with 74 years, a Confederate veteran, were If people with symptoms of kldnej-o- r ond will add greatly to the respect and bladder trouble could realUo their of tho school. young calves; soveral yearlings ond another child, burned to death, ond convenience buildings was two year old heifers and three bulls. aged 1 years, wns seriously injured. danger they would without loss of Tho contract for these of Lexing- J. B. and Jamie G. Carpenter, Crab Mr. and Mrs. Ilnmlett escaped without timo commonco taking Foley's Kidney let to Combs Lumber Co., Remedy. Tnls great remedy stops tho April and tho wotk Orchard, Ky. injury. ton, some time In palu and tho Irregularities, strength- been progressing nicely all bummer. has CHURCH MATTERS. una nnrl lillllfla 1111 t)lf nrffinS Und Sees Mother Grow Young. house Is nearly completed Tho power through n "It would bo Lord to overstate the thcro Is no danger of Ilrights disease Rev. Joseph S. Scobce. tho and tho brick layers ore about school Louisville minister, is dead. wonderlul chango In my mother slnco or other serious disorder. Do not their work on tho model with Rev. T. W. Barker will preach at sho began to use Electric Hitters," disregard tho early symptoms. Stanbuilding. A Pipe lino ditch which with tho other Neal's Creek at 3 l u. next Sunday. writes Mrs. W L. Gllpatrlck, of Dan-fort- ford Drug Co. the power house Subject at tho Methodist church Suncampus i Me. "Although past 70 she .).).) buildings, extends across tho day morning, "Consecration and A Night Rider's Raid. seems really to bo growing young campus o little and makes tho s being The worst night riders ure calomel, TkAQ(KBnnnql Intornfttf nfinl Chris again. Sho suffered untold .misery ly for tho present. The work by tian Endeavor Convention was formally from dyspepsia for 20 jours. At last croton oil or aloes pills. They ruld rapidly nd will be finished pushed onened at St. 1'ttUl weunesuay. sho could nolther eat, drink nor sleep. your Jed to rob you of rest. Not so men atRev. Gelon II. Rout, U. u , wen Doctors gave her up and all remedies with Dr. King's New Llfo Pills. They Ten or twelvo of our young of the known here and for tho past 17 years failed till Electric Hitters worked such never distress or Inconvenience, out tended tho Stato Convention pastor of tho Presbyterian church at Christian Association Versailles, has just offered his resigna- wonders for her health." Thoy Invig- always cloanso tho system, curing Young Men's Constipation and which was held at Danvlllo, June 1M7. tion. Tho session of the church has orate all vital oralis, euro Liver and Colds, Headacho, and inaccept it, organization of tho . M. U refused to recommend however, ossistont Kidney troubles, lnduco sleep, Iinpait Malaria, 2Jc ut Penny's Drug Store. Tho local that un delegates stead will Only 60o ot PenA. Is very active, ond our by tho congregation strength undapiotlto. By n decision in tho United States stay pastor bo selected enjoys tho distinction ny's Drug Store. reported a pleasant and profitable to Dr. Rout, who Court of Appeals the jWubash ;railwoy , .x pasi i. lm nolicv ond spirit of holding tho longest continuous ni Tho namo of Tom Taggort, of French will bo compelled to pay $750,000, which es torato in Central Kentucxy. of tho Normal to havo representor Lick, Intl., former chairman of tho is tho amount of tho principal and comCommittee, was Democratic In all such gatherings as this one. on),$150,000 worthj.of Don't drug tho Stomach, or stlmu-Int- n brought into National the record of tho Ginglea pound interest Wednesday, Juno 23, was a day ort at tlin ltnart nr Kldnevs. That Is triul in Judge Brentano's court at Chi- bonds Issued by tho road in 1870 land -- i ..,i Mm arhftol went in a bought by Henry L. Compton. wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that aro cago. Asbody to tho Kentucky Educational crying out for help. Vitalize these Foley's Honey and Tur not only Everyone would be benefited by taksociation at Estill Springs. Tho trip weak Insido controlling nerves with one weaken the ing Foloy'B Orlno Laxative for stomwas on Interesting ond enjoyable seo how stops chronic coughs that Dp. Shooo's ltostoratlve, and except for a Summer shower that added quickly good health will como to you constitution and develop Into con ach and liver trouble and habitual sumption, but heals and strengthens constipation. It sweetens the stomach of dampness ond mud tho discomforts again. Test It ond sool Bold Dy ron-ny- 'a tho lungs. It affords comfort and re- and breath, gontly stimulates the liver to the occasion. Drugstore. lief In thu worst cases of chronic bron- and regulates tho bowels and Is much cornerstone laying and dedication The W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT occurred William Jame, a Negro from Brook- chitis, asthma, hay fever and lung superior to pills and ordinary laxa- S. of tho model school building J- - W- - ROCHESTER, AS8T. CASH. 500 or 000 lyn, 111., was shot to doath, and (rank troublo. Stanford Drug Co. B. PAXTON, tives. Why not try Foley's Orlno J. last Tuesday. A crowd of ii... .n, WilHntn Tflcn wounded in o ' . H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Stanford Drug Co. was present and listened to ablo Laxative people street fight over a horso trade at East Robert D. Evans, tho landlord of HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. addresses from Gov. WilUon, Senator St. Louis, a. i. uyrne, uiney, m , Pruairlitnt Tuft at Heverlv. M&sa.. and Heniamln Simcox. 77 vears old. a Uurman. was shot through tho thigh. DIREOTORSt McCreary, and Hon. A. R. his next door neighbor on Woodberry's who WilPoint, died as a result ot oeing tnrown veteran of tho Crimean War, and Tho cornerstone was laid by Gov. In the fa J. U. Owiloy, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford of real Cof- from tils horse last Wednesday. claimed to have taken part Tho cleverest Imitation Immense son at 5:30 and the handsome, 11. dubum, oiauimu, . v. iu- mous coarge at uauuuava, uieu at John u. roster, otauioru; ever yet made Is Dr. Shoop's building was dedicated to tho late Dr. fee A tickling or dry cough eau bo Ington. kiu, Lancaster; J. M. Paxtou, Stauford; W. H. Traylor, - Health Coffee. It Is fine In flavor .. n iio.rV In his sDeech Gov. Wllwith Dr. Shoop's Gilberta Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. A cablegram from Africa says that and Is made In Just ono minute. No quickly loosened No son made a strow appeal for better Remedy. opium, no chlo- the Roosevelt expedition Is enjoying H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburu tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made Cough a. .n,i tetter schools. He said that hunting, and Goocb, Gilberts Creek. parched grains, malt, nuts, roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. goodparty are well.all the members of of a) from pure (tie Penny 'a Drug Store. the road measure tha civilisation Uw etc. Sample free. I'eany ' Drug Store. Sold by .pttpto aad that tha tehooto State Normal. education and cnlightmcnt of u people. Tho Normal School has enrolled sev eral prospective county superintendThe ents during the present year. nominees for thst olllco from six coun ties have been In school hre. They aro Miss Sloan, of Clinton Co., Messrs. Stuns, of Grant.Land of Estill.Muy, of Mogoilln, Mulhkin, of Kobcrtson, and Meade, of Johnson. Last but in no wise least I must men tion tho Stato Normal Student, a paper published by tho student body or the Normal. The paper Is gotten out each month and contains articles from tho students and school news in general. Eleven hundred copies were printed for the June issue and ono was sent to the chairman of every educational division in Eastern Kentucky. Tho writer is manaircr of the paper and is considera bly interested in Its welfare. He would bo glad to send copies to any of hU Lincoln county friends who aro inter ested enough to ask for a copy. NEWS NOTES. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. The widow of Dr. John Healy is dead in Marion county. Mrs. James Best is dead at Hyatts-vill- e after a protracted illness. The new L. & N. depot ot Corbin was struck by lightning and consider Summer SUMS e Monarch Shirts ts first-clas- hand-som- Linen Collars lit New rt GUARANTEED HOSIERY well-know- colors. con-nec- ts h, Self-Denia- Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Of Stanford, Kentucky. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank $5O,O0O.00 .l.u Capital, Surplus, Resources, 40,000.00 340.000.00 . u. m fjjpinfiiii,n;imwr s F t Lair'i blood hounds were called Mon- -, day morning to the home of Everett The MoKlnney Conl A Feed To.. It now New Llverv prepared fo tupply the iopl with any Carson that had been burglarixed while. K railed conl nnd any kind of conl, the farDepot E. C. WALTON tho family was spending the day at W. mer., will e.peclnlly tnke notice to the low 96, price, tho.e who will buy conl for wheat ' P. Carson's. thra.hlng, prices per bu.hel. ranging from Co to lAo, thee coal, nre nil good, from of about the best STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Three mine, on the I..A N. Itnllway. WE feared that It was too rooJ to be cattle In thUcoun- corn-fe- d d K.O. OOOCII.Mgr. true that somo n!(?ht riders at least ty were sold by J. B. Honakcr last draw. Tho six should feel tho halter week to Monte Fox, of Danville, for nPEWBITEBS FOB SALE! men given death sentences for tho mur- July 5th to lGth delivery at $0.33. der of Capt. Nankin in Tennessco had I havenn hnnd nt llugtie.. Mnrtln A Oo's Mrs. Lou Lewis and bright, pretty j Owing to llMicnlth nml wanting In ta store In Htnnfonl typewriters Uof vnrlous their cases reversed because of some little O. Hinltli, Carrio Edmonds, Mich the Monnrth. liaiu home come thin, slimmer, I hnve kinds,Oliver, a.Iteiiilnglnn, little irregularity in getting tho jury. nf I'U lllf Km, AncrrlM. nro SDending a few ilecliUil to rvnt my l.y wnter iiihI strainr etc.. thoroughly rebuilt and n. good n. new, This is the beginning of the end. Tho weeks with their relative, Mrs. D. S. llnllvr Mill., ilrlwn i .viiiaii i.h.nn. Al.ti sell re- ixiwer. liood locution. Mm In nrlciiit. ..i.i.i. Will ship i..rv nnywhore on trial, t'nll imlrt. men will never be hanged. Old technisee them. Mr. Mack Dunn, formerly condition. in nnd Carpenter. W. II. Tit AY 14)11. cality ha saved many n murderer and leader of tho brass band In your city, It. K. II. No. 1, Hlnlilunl, Ky. M. A. JOIINHON.Htnnford.Kir. will save ns many moro. The laws seem now a resident of Austin, Tex., is visitSale-- I SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI to bo mado to save thoso who break ing his sister, Mrs. John Dinwiddle, in them. It is just such acts as the Ten- our city. Lincoln Circuit Court. NEERING. nessee court has been guilty of that , Kntlirjn Last week James Wesley Sims, the J. It. Hnrrls,tti, 1'liilntllTi, mob spirit and makes n rebreeds the Hiile. I nin prepared todonll slnd.of siineylng son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. H. Hums, Defendant. Notice ofrendered til nnd clMI engineering promptly. My work Inotiedlence to n judgment sort to lynching sometimes apparently Sims, was thrown by a colt ho was ridmy price, the uuove styled court nnd action at the will be sunrnnteed nml McKinney orare reaciilliim necessary. If there had been the least ing nnd found, by his father, uncon- Mny term, iwv, the umUTtlgued commis- sonable. Write me at oer the telephone through the Hutlonvllle sioner will on tho guilt of thoso convictdoubt about applications of r.icnnuge. 1K.V, MONDAY, JULY W, scious. After several WALrKllMlKINNP.Y. ed of murdering Capt. Rankin tho caso I the cold water ho recovered sufficiently to county court day. between publichours ofto outcry would be different. There being none cxami-natio- n nnd i r. u.,urTer for talent The Truth be taken home. Dr. Wesley's highest nnd licit bidder III front ot the the they should not have escaped on n mero door In found severe bruises, but no court nouae Htanlord,Hliinfunl, Ky.,thu house Every person in this city who iisui-fcrinLincoln county, Ky., nnd lot in technicality. Tho reversal of these caslift ta ntlllf InmP. li.nl.nn inl IwuihWm on the .Norm ny Jiniii street) on ftom Eczema, I'implcj, Dana, ' tlio Knst by the V. I'.TnU' ioi;oiiuieHouiu ' es will create greater contempt for tho , Having sold half interest In my oust- - ,, wtiey;nnu on mo rull or any form of skin or scalp tlis llina , 1)r-and if mobs get in their law than ever Icclel'.lleniley. .. M- - A.J. Arlnms. 1 wish to West tiy tlm lot of Miss txi and be permanentmalleoli ncrt'tt. ease, can find rcliel TKItMrt. Thesnlowlll work the highest court of Tennessee thank all of my friends for the patron- - ltof ,X1ontti;tinpuri'ii-win he ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi will be responsible for it. with rooU security for ago tney hnve extended me tho past 11 llrwl togUeWiiHl imynlli to the cuiiiinU- - external use. All durccists sell ZEMC tieI,un.i. price, The Somerset Journal says it is nil vears. and earnestly solicit a continu S10IHT, LnruiK legal inu'rv.i irum uiiih oi PENNY'S DRUG STORE. snle until pnlii, linrlng the form nml rITect liy Hen on poppy cock about Caleb Powers and anco of samo for tho new firm of of n JmlKinent niul ul.u property sold. Charley Finley opposing each other for "Adams Bros.," Drugs and Groccric?. the The McKinney Woolen Mills, JAM KH (MIKI l, Hpec.nl Com'r, Congress, and that the battle royal will Also orders taken for the "cheapest j Powers and Edwards, with and best" tailor made clothing. C. W. be between McKinn.y, Ky. Finley on the stump for the former. In Adams. nnd Miss the martyr act Finley isn't in it with Calien Goode, of Covington, I I. now In operation nnd . rendy to serve Powers, and he realizes it. Therefore licio Hnniln hia nitlf. of Louisville. public In making Jemis. Llnsejrt, To weak and slltnf women, then U St leait on the III either vacation with their par- way to help. But with that war. two treatments, lllankets, Klnnnel., Yarns, Kle. givare taking a the assassination defenders will be or exchange goods for It. Highcombined. One It local, one li cooitltu. work wool en a chance to prove their assertion ents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Goode. Mrs. emit btbut both art Important, both essential. est market price fur wool. UoiuO, O.II.WUICIIIT. Pror. Phoop't Mint Cure tha Local. that there is nothing too good for Pow. Goode just returned from a two weeks' j Dr. Snoop's KettoraUTe,Itthe Constitutional. Dr. Mr. R. L. Terhune ers, who miscued in an effort at flight visit in Louisville. The former Dr.Hhoop't Nil ht Cure it topical 1 suppository remedy, while Dr. and came near getting his neck broken and little daughter and Mrs. Farris, of nucoui membrane I. wholly an internal treat. Shoop't lJbstorsUTe Finley was enjoying the Bradfordsville, have returned home nf-t- mant. Tha RastoraUra reaches throughout tha besides, while I de.lre to tell privately my farm of 47 the repair ol ail nana, entire intuo, acres, lu Lincoln county, seven miles from a few days stay with D. J. New-bur- n all Utiue, and all blood ailment. fat of the land of Indiana Maywood. on Tha "Might Cure", at lu name Implies, atoai It Htanford and two miles from In good and family. Miss Frances Adams work while joutleep. It tooth tore and Inflam- good rond 4 mile from pike. to church, rural route and H The Atlanta heiress, who married spent a week with her sister, Mrs. D. ed mucous surfaces, heal. local weaknesses and school-homLand all ery pro.n eases nenroui mile her chauffeur, repented of her act al- J. Newburn. Miss Beecher Newburn discharges, while the KestoraUre, and ambition, ductlve.'.farmin griut. Imlnnce In excitement, tires renewed vigor all under good fence. Comfortable done. In action for is at home from Vincent, Ala. Miss builds ud waited Uttues. bringing about renewed most as soon as Take Dr. Sboops hou.e of six room.; new barn nnd nit other I strength, vigor, and energy. outbuldlng.. Abundnuceot nne water and divorce he declaredlthat she was under (leonrie Newburn is at home for the poiiUT local U1d.umuwU fruit of the influence of a drug, when the cere- Summer after a succesful year's work toU.cij.Um; For j TiMV,notos It. V. 1). No. I, htanford, Ky. mony was performed. It was granted, in the D. & D. Institute at Knoxville. but her experience should teach young Mr. Joe Reed, one of Columbia's women not to get so familiar with such most prominent young business men, men as to create such aspirations in arrived last Thursday morning at "Vio their minds. Romances of this charac- let Slope," the beautiful homo of Mr. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ter usually result disastrously. and Mrs. Chas. Pile, to see Miss Birdie 1S.S acres, of which about lHfi nre Breeding, their guest. In tho after! THE school per capita ha3 been fixed in graw, excellently improveil, nliun- noon a drive landed the family and at $4, or 40 cents more than last year. young couple at Hotel Weatherford in Lincoln Circuit Court. Einipiicd witn iiiiiniiuig wnier, It is the largest in the history of the our city. Rev. W. S. Willis was called (ieorgeHevcrnnce.etc . rinlntirf., vs Knrl 1lantly Irom Iexington court lioiiee miles but no credit is due the republican State rlmpon,etc IMeiuliinl.. Notice of mile. on Main pike. Immediate posrcfcion. in a beautiful and impressive cerePursuant ton Judgment rendered nt the party. Every thing that has been done and mony united their hearts as one. Re- Mny term, lww. In the itlnnu styled court in Kentucky in educational or other adnnd action, the undersigned commissioner SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, to "Violet Slope" a de- will between the hours of mid 2 M.ou vancement is due to the democrats. If pairing later Icxiiujton, Ky. by them MONIIAV, JTLY lMvun, repast was enjoyed the school fund was not absolutely in- lightful and their coterie of friends. They left county court dny, .ell nt public outcry to the highest und best bidder In front of court violable it is likely that there would be Friday for Columbia, their future home. house door In Mtimford, Ky., the tract of FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNa deficit in that as in the other funds of carrying the best wishes of all their nbout !J acres of land, near (.'rah Orchard, liouiidcd on the In Lincoln county, Ky the State. TY FOR SALE ! North by V. O. A C. II. TiirnplKe; on the Lincoln county acquaintances. Kant by the land of Mr.. H. M. Iledd nud and pleasant social John II timer; on theHouth by the land of A most brilliant Lexington is having a time fixing up A J. H. llroiighton; and on the West by new line blue grass farm for sain situated on nlke lit mile. a water contract. At this distance it function was enjoyed by a host of llroughton't Inne, being the same land own- south of near Point Iavell and ao acres. Ijincnster. containing outsiders young people on the evening of June ed by Hniuuvl LlntUey nt the time of tils well located lu good nelgnwjriioou, neing looks to be a bluff to make death. part John Walker tract, with a hand, believe that water is used thero so 29th at tho home of Misses Catherine TKHMH. The dale w III lw made on n cred- some of the seten-roniresidence new, it of six largely as a beverage. The impression and Berta Murphy in McKinney, when quired tomonths; the purchaser will be re- thereon, with all necessary outbuilding, and execute bond, wl h personal secur- good, new barn Wi. Well watered. lx prevails out in the State that the aver- they entertained under the auspices of ity for the purchase price, payable to Com- never failing springs and creek running missioner, bearing percent. Interest from age Lexingtonian is more concerned the Pi Sigma Ki fraternity of Bourbon date of sale, having the etT.ct of n Judg- through. , cash In hand, balance one nnd Teku. about his beer and whisky supply than College in honor of their visitors. Misses ment nnd secured by lien. M.C. L.O.C. two years from dnvbf sale, bearing six per cent interest until uld. J. II. PAXTON, Fishback and Bibb and Messrs. Fithian 1'er.on. looking for such place plea.e write the water, which he only uses for K. Il.Topillnnon, Atty.for Plaintiffs. W. O. Walkkii, Htanford. or see and Huffman. The lawn was beautifulcleaning purposes. ly decorated and illuminated by Japa! REDUCTION, 10 PER POLITICAL. nese lanterns of a variety of colors and Lincoln Circuit Court the lunar orb shown forth in splendor C. B. PRUITT, Hon. hiiiis M. Lcgas, cf Edrr.cr.scn nm J. "William., etc., ntnti!T. VS. H. 11. mirth county, has announced for Attorney grand to add to the gayety and graced Cnldwell, Jr., etc., defendants, Notlco of Moroland, Kentucky, Hale, The event was tho occasion. on General on the next democratic State of Korliudays, in order to Pursuant ton Judgment rendered nt the tlngt. Druggets, Cnrets, clean upKtc. MntHugs, by the presence of guests from eight November term, lfi;. In the nbote styled Will ticket. counties of Kentucky and In court and net Win, the undersigned commis- gle lUierceiit. reduction, iiaimk uargains in Wayne county democrats nominated different iiiikhihi sioner wilt between the hours of 1 and 2 v. in close outs iiiiihihtj. HOIIli rice seiecuoii In wall paper. diana was not without a representative. a full county ticket with G. T. Ramsey, of framed pictures. Now is jour time to MONDAY, JULY 1. HO. had been gracefulii,iv m tiMtiiikimi iiiHntlM mirror. Cull nnd well known here, the candidate for After refreshments county court day, oiler for sale on n credit see them. selection ol rockers, ly served, and the evening intensely of six mouths ut public outcry to the high- flood line of Choicemetal and wood, metal beds, sheriff. est and best bidder lu front of court house and wood folding beds.crlbs.cols. mattress-es- . as a result of the generous hos door ill Ktiuilord, Ky., the tractof land near It is stated on good authority that enjoyed springs, counches, Davenports, chairs, is characteristic of the oc Hustonvllle, In Lincoln county, Ky., owned suitcases, grips, trunks, extension tables, Chairman Combs will appoint Gen. Per- pitality that by J. It. Napier the time of death rablnrta, gin... table, Call guests departed to their tliutdetcrlbrdt atlleglnnlngnt bit stone jind centredoors. Ac. medicine see us. a and nnd cy Haley secretary of the Democratic casion, the to thence sash, equipped stock of funeral supplies. Well homes feeling that it was good to have lieech stump, cornerpoles Thompson; Htagg's K lit 13 link, to hit Hue N SIS day. at Lexington. corner; theuioHlH W l poles to n stone Hen ice night or PItL'ITT. Moreland, Ky. been there. (1. II. Madison county republicans nomisame at a branch near a buckee, widow of the lato Sam corner to Mrs. Bettie, Htugg's corner: thence Hrtl with Htagg then nated a full county ticket. Minion M K VI links to the uel Rector, of Dunnville, passed en wltn Land Ntollhouse poles 11 to IjuhI nnd corner pllieul the Young is the nominee for Representaroute to visit relatives in Casey Satur- others: thence with center of pllteSitJ W bt tive and A. R. Burnum, Jr., for county poles 1J links; HHW W 7 poles to corner to day. Hon. Geo. E. Stone passed J. k D.Allen; thence their line HKi W 107 attorney. McAll.ter on in line of J. through to Casey Saturday. Mr. Geo. jioles to stonecreek: thence O. 6 W cro.tlng N west tide of Attorney General Jefferson D. Helm and wife, natives of this county, the creek copoles IS links to the beginning, B V poles of of Nashville, who successfully Clifton, Texas, for containing M acres, roods uud land. w prosecuted the Coopers for the murder but residents of visiting Sam Helm and The purchaser will be required to give of Senator E. W. Carmack, announces many years, are lioud with upproed security for the purPeyton's Well. Mrs. Jennie chase price, payable to the commissioner, his candidacy for Governor of that family at per bearing Page Adams, of Greenville, Tex., came sale until Spaid, cent. Interest from date of having the force and effect State. home with A. Jerry Adams and wife of a Judgment and secured by lien on the A special Bession of the Alabama a visit to the scenes of land, Legislature has been called for July 27 Saturday for J. 11. PAXTON, M.O. L.O.O. Mrs. A. 11. K.TAYLOH. Atty.for PlalntlfTi. to consider legislation to strengthen the her school days and her sister, G. Cowan attended the liquor laws, since the Supreme Court M. Frye. W. I funeral of his uncle, J. J. Frazler, at bas decided laws against "locker" clubs Somerset. One of the largest procesLincoln Circuit Court. unconstitutional. sions ever seen in that city attended Mrt. MaryO. Keland, Plalutlrf, vt W. D. the services. Mr. Alex Hicks, who Feiund, &c. Defendant.. Notice of Hale. HUSTONVILLE. Pursuant to up-to-d- ate lives near "Sims Springs," has been May term, 1H0V,a Judgment rendered at the In the above ttyled court John Lynn has about 400 first class seriously ill for past ten days. Mrs. and action, the undertigued commissioner stock ewes with black faces and black D. H. Cullen, of Marion, Ohio, is the will between the hour, ol 1 and t v. x. on MONpAYvJULY K.IKWI, legs. guest of her relatives, Evan Lyon and county court day, sell at public, outcry to s The camp meeting in the family. Mrs. Ann Bosley is in Danville the highest and best bidder lu front of court Htanford. !CyM tha two tracts tabernacle at Jumbo will begin on the visiting her children this week. Little house door In In LI ncoln county, Ky owned of knob land Geneva Newell was the recipient last by A. M. Keland at time of hit death: loth inst. 1. The tract beginning at a, white oak and presMAHONY Allen & Swope arrived from Wayne week of a handsome runabout, a lieech, John K. Wright's corner on water ent from some loving friends. NealCreektJ. K. Wright's corner on waSaturday with 150 nice one to four-yea- r ters Near Creek; thence M an W Jul poles to Tored oak, hickory and dogwood: thence H It) old stock ewes. Life rob7dob"YearsAgo. K lJ poles to x nioKonea in Manure line; Huatonville graded school ball team poles nnd dog. Scientists have found In a cave in thence HIM WOOu) W H'lto U gums dogwood a poles wood: defeated Junction City on their home Switzerland bones of men, who Hvcd und a thence 8 thence N no to ivi Hlet to 11 iioplnr; whlteoukand beech; thence HtX) K Hi oles grounds Saturday 11 to 8. 100,000 years ago, when life was in to beginning, containing ituucret W. C. Greening and son, Guy, of In- constant danger from wild boasts. Tot. A tract beginning at ixjplar comer to H. II. Montgomery land; thence hit line N dependence, Kas., were tho guests of au day the danger, as shown by A. W, 111; 111 pole b links to pole ash corner to friends and relatives here. to a chesnut tame: tbeuceN ua. Kit Bluegrass and river bottom farms in llrown, of Alexander, Mo., Is largely oak: thence N HIV. W Si iwle II link to gum corner to j vt nllaui land; thence his sizes and prices to suit tho closest buy- from deadly disease. "If it linil noi pttlld H t1ii w M w Unkt to a bUlck ers for sale by W. R. Williams & Co. been for Dr. King's New Discovery, uaki thence,. Nut W u11 pole to poplar and w hiihuu. .... VOT. . "- - - ........, irmiinu Comments of tho press almost from which cured mo, I could not have liv iiiiiiiuiif.itoi.irn.rin oak; thence H V"i, .. .. Wi-- i a black wM It poles shore to shore speak in highest praise pole to beginning, containing M acres and did writes, sulterlnng as These will be ofJno. I Cochran and Ethel Williams ed," besevere lung trouble and I stub- 3 roods of laud.aim uu a two tract 0 mouths credit of told separately from a Cochran as entertainers of exceptional lloudt with uood teaurltyfor thauurcha.i ly high character. Mrs, Cochran's piano born cough." To cure 8ori Lungs, price will be required of the purchasen.puy-abl- e to the soios ot ner own composition arc ex- Colds, obstlnato Coughs, and prevent terest from commissioner, bearing legal Indate of sale until paid, having ceptionally fine, and capacity audiences Its the best medicine on the force and effect of a Judgment and segreet them wherever known. At Al- - Pneumonia, cured by Hen ou the laud, cent's Opera House July JZth. Iteserv earth. 50o and (1. Guaranteed by J. 11. PAXTON, M.O, L.O. O. Penny's Drug Store. Trial bottle free. ed seats at G. C. ItiftVi store. J, W. Alcorn, Atty. for Plaintiff. The Interior Journal. B. D. CARTER, Street, Phone NOTICEI car-loa- 1,430-poun- FOOT WEAR Our specialty. We do not hesitate to say that we have for 20 years given you the best . MILL FOR RENT! ii.v np.to-ilato- grand-daughte- r, Hinlth-Prcinle- r, a Commissioner's 1 d g !.. j, that manufacturers produced. STYLE r r. ALONE is defective. Weak Women 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 $3.50, $4 and $5 for men. "MENZIES," the Best and Softest and Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever Small Farm For Sale saw, er cultl-xntlu- $3 and $3.50. Now see these goods and you will agree that we have not made it too strong. Dr. tShoop's Commissioner's Sale Night Cure fARM 1 fOR SAlEl H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Prescription Pointers ! two-stor- y n Commissioner's Sale CT. It is customary for every druegut to claim to be "belt" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the experience. Tn. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Dinwiddie Preserving Hemes. Mc-Ca- &Co Mason Jars. Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined ' "J- - ' Hustonville, Ky., Tops. You Will Need Them. ii Commissioner's sale Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an of goods. R. B. We can Furnish Them f ten-day- INSURANCE. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without . jAw OUR LAWN fENCE .,,, Is a lcBa expensive ami better fence than wooil. Moro ornaineutnl, durable- and a time saver an you need u saw, hammer and nails to keep it in repair. Call at our ttore, no the beautiful fabric and gutea and let us show you tho low prices on a good fenco job. i. H. FARRIS, Stanford. It Jto ... .C . . m . .AIaA-taJfe.-- .AMat.. .. !WmwmmwwiwP iynf yiiwyvnwwF. f -- II Every HnnHrpHs of bleascd customers are leaving our store daily, why not you? The machine is working fine. to Re- Stretched into a Dollar and a Half. NEXT WEEK SHOE WEEK. Next we will give special attention vwow, nnllar Hiirintf our Shoe Stock by giving many remarkable values. Men's $ o and $0 Morsheim bhoes in raieirc, Fall for .and Cordovan and Vici at $3.85; Men's $3.50 Shoes $2.69; Men's $3 Shoes $2.35. Anticipate your needs Cut Prices. at Irf im Moohr vou. Men's $1 Shirts 59c; 50c Shirts 39c. Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Slippers making a pur go to SEVERANCE'S SALE. To each person Come to town court day and put on your memorandum chase at our store Monday, IZtn, we win sen o papers oi neeuies ior oc. . fUe Big Sale Goes Ox. & SON, -- 3 SEVERANCE Try our N. STANFORD KY. ... i J. J t New wash suits, new wash coats and Taxes. Tho tax books for 1909 aro now ready. Como In and get your re wash skirts. Severance & Son. (?ln. W. O- - Martin T. W. Humble L. It. Hughes ceipt. T. J. IJIII, shorifT. I Try soma of Wilkinson & Singleton's Wesley Em unY had a horso to fall Timvtio SiMpqnM. nn px.ronfederatc country killed beef, pork and mutton. n,m a few days nR0 ancl his r'Rht Jn.Y V, 1900 i wlth n ss BrANFOim, Ky., unlrlier. k'nicht nf Honor nnd (rood citi badly crippled. foot was The trial of Hugh Thompson, for killzen of tho Shelby City section, died this ! A r.oon thine to remomber: Pay week at an ndvanccd age. no is sur- ing Fred Garrison in Casey, is going on ICK CKEAM soda water at Penny's at Liberty. your bill at this office when you vived by his wifo and nino children. Urut; Store. ome to court Monday. Terhy Goode, infant son of Mr. and The famous Atlanta optlcian.IIawke, dlcil PERSONALS. Don't fail to c our Oxfords before buying. Wo liavo THE Lincoln County Fair is less than will bo in Crab Orchard nt Lyno Bros.' Mrs. Ei! Mnrlln. of Tnrneravllle. Patfail to como and Drug Store two days, Wednesday nnd July 1st, after a brief Illness of cholera weeks off. tho lowct prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Littlk James Johnson has typhoid two your friends Don'tto be on hand. Infantum. also tell Thursday, July 11th and 15th. Eyeents, Tnns Vieis, Oxfords, &c. fovor. m, n sold Dr. I... H. Cook was not so well For Sale. New five room cottage; struck tho Christian sight tested free and glasses goodatopLightning reasonable price. This is a lot contains ono acre, located in Crab church nt Hubble the other day but Koiit. T. UnuCE has been in tor sev notTgrent deal of damnge was done. portunity to meet this practical opti- Orchard. For price oud terms writo cian. Remember tho dates and place. eral days. Maurico M. Perkins, Crab Orchard, Dr. W. N. Craio, oculist and opti-caM its. II. C. HauoiimaN continues A WATER spout In the Gilberts Creek Ky. office over II. J. McRoberts store. improve. urcn- - If you need glasses have your eyes section Wednesday morning did lots of Samuel B. Saunders, who bought MISSJKAN TENNYIS 81 damage to corn, wheat, tobacco, hemp out Mr. J. A. Hammonds, tho Hubble tested nt once. ard SprinRS. and fences. A large lot of wheat in merchant prince, has been appointed Mns. M. G. Thomson, of Paris, Is at The ladies of the Christian church of hrwk. Iiplnnpinr to Hcnrv Hester. postmaster to succeed him at that the St. Asaph. k'inir.vlll., will itlve an ice cream sun. Jump House. Ceorcro Snoonnmoro and Miss Annie DUNN returned from per Saturday night, 10th, for the bene others, was washed away, while much place. Chlcatro Tuesday. Let tho teachers of Lincoln county corn and hemp looked as if a steel rollfit of tho church. MR. ano Mrs. J. S. RlCEipcnt Tues.. 20 PEIt CENT. OFF on nil Children's Slippers. You will er had nassed over it. The ballast was remember that next Monday, July 12, day at Richmond. L. & N. will run an excursion to washed from under the L. & N. track the teachers Institute will begin at the The find our prices on everything clec iu proportion to thcee. Miss Mae I'iieU'S, of Richmond, is Cincinnati over the K. C. Sunday at for a nuarter of a mile nnd the track Ktnnfnnl Graded School buildin?. Train leaves washed out of plumb. A train delay Trustees and friends of education are with Mrs, It. C. Hockcr. 11.75 for the round-trip- . Mr. Mack Huffman is nt Crab Or- Stanford depot at 5 A. M. Teachers are requir i invited to attend. of several hours was caused. chard for a week or 10. certificate There will be an' ice cream supper at THE Lincoln County Medical Society ed by law to attend or have the county of Mlddlesboro, MI'S Mary Sotiiard, revoked. The trustees of church at Hubble on tho Christian is with Miss Sallia Mills Craig met with Dr. M. Lee Pipes, of More-lan- are asked to como Monday afternoon will go The following members answer when new school law will be discussed Mrs. W. II. Weaken and children Saturday night. The proceeds STANFORD. KENTUCKY. to repairing tho church building. ed to roll call: Drs. E. J. Brown, G. G. if a sufficient number shall manifest are at Hotel Leon, at Crab Orchard. r ' Horn, totho wife of Mr. W. It. Tub colored teachers' Institute wiil Perry. J. G. Carpenter, Stanford, T. interest to come. The institute will Jr., of tho East End. a daughter. be held at the colored Baptist church H. Sinirleton. McKinnov. M. Lee Pines. continue five days. Some new practi Mrs. II. D. Carter and son, Carl, next week, July with Prof. F. L. Moreland, Edward Alcorn, Hustonville, cal features are to be introduced r, aro visiting her brother in Indianapolis. Williams, conductor. G. Singleton, W. F. Hickie, Hubtile, and Ut. 1'roc-to- Prof. J. W. Ireland will instruct. G. Dr. Edward Alcorn Singleton, Supt. Louisville. Mrs. J. W. Hayden, of Paris, is Supt. gave an interesting symposium, subwith her mother, Mrs. Permelia Hrown. Stanford Lodge No. 150 I. O. O. F. ject, "Dysentery." He gave some Joe Muiii'HY, wife and son, ofSelina, Insures Tobacco and Tobacco following oflicers for the very entertaining experiences along Texas, arrived Wednesday to visit rela- elected tho ensuing term: Jesse D. Wearcn, N. G; Green Barns. river. Tho subject was freely tives. Wilkinson, Mns. W. O. Welch visited relatives E. B. Denham, V. G; E. discussed by the society. Dr. G. G. Nothing But In Paris and Louisville during the past Sec'y. Perry read nn exhaustive paper on D. week. . ... Mr. W. L. McCakty has appealed "The Treatment of Typhoid Fever." TO The Green River Holiness Camp Meeting will convene on JULY 15 loca-...Tht Insurance Man, Mr. John Downer, wife ana nius the contested election case. Mr. M. S. Ho left nothing out that could possibly 1 This camp 13 over from Cin100!), which will be its Fifth Annual Encampment. 20, and Mildred Downer are STANFORD, KY. Baughman, tho contestant, will have be mentioned that is .. .... n:..,,. r.i. ...;ioa Jrnm MneT iniipv. nnd six miles from Stan- scientific. This paper was also freely cinnati. OlUce, W. something to say nbout the matter lteildvnce I'lione 84: ford, Ky., nestled iu a beautiful little valley surrounded by the Green Kiver complimented by each member. These Little Miss Sohiie Saunders is next issue. Insure with mo ami be fully Bailey at Crab hills. notes can not be finished without ref with little Miss Mary protected. Judge Joshua Berry, whose wife erence to the hospitality of Dr. and MINISTERIAL HELP. Rev. J. C. Johnson and wife, of"ilmore, Orchard. 1 Ky., will do the preaching principally. These servants of God arc indeed William Hhookb and family, of was a sister of the late Mark Hardin of Mrs. Pities. Thev have a most ele Covington, were visitors at Rev. T. W. this place, is dead nt Monticcllo, aged gantly furnished homo with modern Lincoln Circuit Court, excellent evangelists. Do not fail to hear them. 7G. Ho was a prominent merchant and conveniences. A more elegant dinner Barker's. iiiottt'illrncotonludcmentof the Lincoln MUSIC We have as usual fino music. MUs Rose Yowell will bo organthe We shall try to and Lyles Cooper good citizen. was never served in th,commonwealth circuit court. renuVrtil litrnrnj. NowmluT ist, and she nnd Bro. Johnson will lead the host in song. Misses a nn. term. Hit.iii tue ncuonoi than the one Mrs. Pipes served to .1. ......In.. W It illklllttl.il .1p.. ntft.. the un- - secure an orchestra which will add to the musical feature. and Master Clarence Cooper aro visitLightning struck the porch of Mr. on this occasion. Every- ilenlKiiul I'oinmlstloner will IKW. ing in Lancaster. Wo will run in connection with the camp n house Tuesday the doctors on ACCOMMODATIONS. MONDAY. JULY 21, S. Lytlf. and Miss George C Glvens' MR. and Mrs. It. thing was exceptionally fine but espec- county court dny. nt nbout In front of firt-claDining Hall where board can be had at reasoiinbie rates by week morning but not a great deal of damRobby Penny have gone to Kansas for ial mention must be made of the beauSaturdays and nge was done it. Tho family fortu lor mle lit public outcry to the blitueat iinil or tingle meal. There will bt a small gate fee of 10c on tiful hand painted china ware which tilildcr. on n credit of U inontui. the a short stay. -- Advocate. m m ...m ...... escaped Injury. to pay the running expenses 01 me camp. nately Sundays on the untert of Carpenter Mna. P. II. MILLER and daughter, shows the artistic skill of Mrs. Pipes, trnctol land coiimy, ivy..oiii i" Creek.lnciney " McKinney and Stanford to the Camp Ground at a reasonable charge. tlnwile-crlliei- l: are death the ttrac o! who does this work for her orn amuse- NaUcr at HeRlniiltiKonhis line of a ncre of twtwas W LmtH a itl akJvfc ttw sw t Miss Elsie MH!T, "f We desire to Glorify God and do what wo PURPOSE OF MEETING. with tho husband and father here. Mr. S. J. Emory's residenco Tuesday, ment. Tho work would attract favor- - Alex (iny't.S white uaki, Scorner and corwhite oak can to build up His Kingdom on Earth. Will jou not try to help us in any tbenco 8 poles to VnnDeveer, and little daugh- comnlctclv demolishing it. No other ablo comment on the tables where M Mrs. J, S. Hiccins ner ol n itirvey of Charles gum.wltli way you can? e to white oak and Hack ter, Willie, are suffering from an damnge was done to building, but the prizes are offered for tho best and in line. HIS W 84 lHe to a hickory Build you a cottage or rent you a tent, move and do of typhoid fever. Somerset Jour- occupants were given quite a shock'. He sure and come. carry and white oak on n branch; thence up the the opinion of the doctors would i poles to a cliettiiut and will be, wo trust, the M 10 W nal. away the blue ties. Tho dinner ranged mine oak; thence N M "- TO poles to a Hpnn- - with us nil through the meeting. This year's camp been Miss Beatrice Rouse, who hasHock--,...-.-Mr. L. J. Parrigin, of tho Mahony from beef loaf to the most delicious ice wlilto .. t.......i. - IK " 1ft .u.KtM- nil- u hit II best we have had. w Illicuiii 1SU ." K to Noah KnownW the delightful guest of the Misses Insurance Agency, is a candidate for cream and cakes. Tho doctors voted oak iin.1a doitwood.N nnd black oak; thence corner white oak For further particulars writo to Clarence J. Sipple, London, Ky., or Dr. returned to her home at Wichita, chtstnut tree the republican nomination for county to meet with Dr. and Mrs. Pipes per wlthHnow'nllnuMiKilesto 04a poletloiy wime Frank Grider, .McKinney, Ky. Kas. N SI W and maple; thence he in um un.' imv, oak. 17 poles to a siaKwcontaining ttOacres. W. F. Hickie, secy. manently. Prof. E. L. Giiunns. of Shelby City, clerk of Wayne. The many friends MTti K to the beulnnlnii, -m . .. .... ....... .umiipiii' frt i hM ..... iirleeCLARENCE J. SIPPLE, President and Secretary. " is hero getting up a lodge of Woodmen has made in Lincoln hope he will win. ......... .ii l.i liumi wiiii sv i lie rvuulreil ot the purchaser, of America, a most excellent fraternal Carienter. Mr. George L. Carpen- willthe Commissioner, beirlng legal payable people interest To School Tax Payers. All order. ter, one of the best christian gentle- to dale of sute until paid, secured by lien from MR. W. T. Davis, of Pinevllle, has owing mo back taxes must pay by men who has lived in Lincoln county in on the land, and having the force and effect her joined his wife, who is visiting Mc- - Aug. 1, 1909, or they will bo advertised years, died at the homo of his tatner. of n judgment. J. 11. I'AXTON.M.O.L.O.O. brothers, Messrs. W. L. and J. M. In Interior Journal nnd pay for cost Mr. A. W. Carpenter, at 0:30 Tuesday If. K. Taylor. Atty. for l'lnlntltti. rvtu hprn of same. Maurico M. Perkins. Crab evening after a lingering illness of a u,aa t.ttrv Lee Walton returned (ram ileliL'htflll visit to Orchard, Ky. complication of troublees. Ho died on her aunt, Mrs. Emma Lee Vaughan, ot Jones. Mrs. Rebecca Jones, widow thn itfth anniversary of his birth and fc Ashland, vu. Mr. David Shannon Jones, was bur wo don't suppose that there was ever Messrs, J F. Cummins. J. 0. Held, of more willing nor Doner Lee Hill and It. L. Coffey started out ied at McKinney Monday after services a young man to a Judgment of the LinIn Hamilton College for 4, in Mr. Rcid's auto yesterday to adver- bv Rev. J. L. Owens. She died at the prepared to meet his God. Joining the coln obedience Tho College of Liberal arts circuit court, rendered ut the Lrm. turn. In the action of O. J. Crows Women, ami tho College of law. homo of her son, Mr. Henry C. Jones, Christian church at Hustonville when a tise tho Stanford fair. against U. J.L'ro1 helrsand Misses Bettie Hayden. and Jennie at Piano, Texas, where she moved from mere boy he followed tho teachings of administrator Threo campuses embracing 23 acres. Hay-deCoffey, of Boyle, and Mr. Thomas and so lived that he would Hill at the mnnlon houf,oo the premlien, Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. of Texas' are visiting Miss Mary McKinney after the death ot her hus that church "VfeTiNiSHDAY.AUa.MWfc band some 25 years ago. Mr. Jones be ready when the final summons came. A faculty of 56 chosen from the best universities of America and Europe. Newland in the East End. ut nuhllo outcry to the hlichest h, Mr. Camenter was in business in Stan and best bidder the O. J. Orow farm, nenr Standardized elective courses leading to the degrecsof A. M. B.. S., A. Jbmes N. Saunders has moved accompanied the remains. Hon. ford for auite a while and he made Tnrnr.li.ln Lincoln couuty. Ky.. about his law office from the Odd Fellows' midway Mr. R. L. Berry, of the West End, friends here who sorrow at his untime- and thus between Htanford and Hustonville M., and L. L. B. building to his property on Lancaster described! lleglnnliig at intersec- e Now Science Building recently erected at a cost of SbO.UUU. and Turners-vlllwho. with his wife and babv is visltinir Htanford A i street, opposite the court-housG He was a scrupulously honest, tion ot McCormack-i- Hustonville ly death. Ohurch pike. In frontA Students now in attendance from 25 States and foreign countries. HI feet from InterMiss Esthbr Burcii, who taught the in Bath county, writes that the acreage conscientious business man and it was of J. K. Oash arriv-e- d .! .: . ...ITlHnuv nlku.th.nNtHltl ,111(1. cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ex Moral Influences, past year at Red Springs. N. C .. of tobacco along the route ne went him. The writ- die of Btanlord A Hustonville pike N WJi h penses. at her home here Tuesday. She has over Is the smallest in several years and a pleasure to deal withmany years and wateetlthence N My KMSfeet;thencNK t i 'r since er had known him for uaj. visited friends in several States The session begins ocpt. id, muu. i mo jur uiiiuuguo the tobacco is in very bad condition. unhesitatingly says he never know a aril n 111 iuvhw-"M itrtih vV r. " her school closed. linn '" thence N llW B W tvtt In 1909 crop has been overREV. J. MURRAY TAYLOR. Mesdames He thinks the better man or citizen. Deceased was a i..... ..a Uatdllir 'center ofa pike will. bU Hue RICHARD HENRY CROSSF1ELD, A. M Ph. D. Prcs. Laid feet to v wrt' ilone V. corner Kate Miller and James F. Holdam and estimated for a purpose and that the graduate of Kentucky University, at :.".?.!. vi.t 11.,..,. f siuiikN SHi Mi 1.117 feet LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Misses Linda Miller and Marie Mahony growers will realize a good price. Corn Lexington, and was an unusually well to stone corner to Cash tract; thence that spent several days In Georgetown at- is very weedy and wheat Is good. Very line N MM V I.OIO feet to a stone bit comer line of convention. posted, well read young man. He is Hll W (7 feet to his corner: thencecorner; tending a Baptist little threshing has been done, he says. survived by his father, Mr. Adam W. sKine N N W INI feet totollocker of plka center Mr. Owsley Manier, of Nashvillo, thence N hH W 1.731 feet thence H Ptj h and several In middle of Oarsou gatoj road visited his uncle, Judge J. S. Owsloy, A Negro civic and political leaguo Carpenter, stepmother .be.!, corner UM feet to center ot old was on his way Jr., this week. He was organized In Louisville Monday hilf brothers and sisters. His mother, McOormaek A I'arsoni thence NiM4 fc IJB1 thence home from the University of PennsylMcUormack's Hue many years feet withl.il.1 feet to black to stake; stump; wulnut with George W. Gentry, the colored who was a Miss Cloyd, died hHW vania, where he has been a student. K K HH 8..I Orch-arpolitician of this place, ago but he loved his stepmother with thencoHSO K tree feet; thence Wi lawyer and Mr. W. A. Brooks, of Crab at SIiH.'ormack'n corner; feet to New York, president. Tim other oilicers are: tho devotion of a true child, while for theme locust W KM feet to center of pike H IV, leaves Sunday for Mi'Cormack's piles thence rl ll, K its where he will join Miller Bros.' Ranch Alberts. White, Louisville, first vice his half brothers and sisters ho showed mar thence SW feet; theme rfllH K eel: and spend a month with It.- tip.ulilpnt: W. T. Silvev. Frankfort. ereat devotion. 101 Show They all miss tho t!H feet to begluulng, containing III iMu Brooks is a first cousin of the MilMr. turnpike, It The" farm Is on second vico president; W. H. McRidloy, snlendid son and brother and in their khlublng stations n good railroads und nenr !ers. on two vice president; .. b. un sad hour unbounded sympathy goes out tchoolt and churchet. It out- Cadiz, third to friime awelltng and LOCALS. secretary; J. to them. A large number of friends Frankfort, derwood, attended the funeral at bTKUfrt. The sale will be made on a cred-. Hockcr, Louisville, assistant secretary; and relatives cut glass at Mueller's. LlliUEY it of and 11 month In eijual installment-It. Mitchell. Bowling Green, treasurer; Vin Vinmn at 3 o'clock vesterdav after Ik ,1wm 1 tiita.ill!. har1atn Thil noon and followed the remains to their KOiKl security tor the sale price, p able to Weudino. and graduating presents of the comiiussiuiier, imuws paid, having the tale until quality ot Mueller's. meeting was called to order by Gentryrl last resting place in Buffalo cemetery. ett from date of of a Judgment and secured effect or the league is 10 improve Revs. W. S. Willis, of Hustonville, and forca and the land. by lieu ou Two houses and lots and Too object For Sale. J, II. l'AXTON, M. O. L. O. O. educationally, civilly and H. C. Garrison, of Danville, conducted one vacant lot In Crab Orchard. Apply the Ntfro M. U. Bauiloy, Atty. for I'lftlntin, the funeral services. and politically. Pries, Stanford. The Interior Journal. - 0 Molasses. W. II. Hlfr- - Very Low Prices! $3.50 Oxford, Special 3.00 Oxford 2.50 Oxford 1.50 Oxford 1.25 Oxford MISkssstsssI m m $2.69 2.29 1.98 1.19 1.05 m m i HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., d. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Dil-lio- 12-1- .. Camp Meeting At Jumbo, Ky. 1909. 1909. Insurance. Jesse Wearen, Commissioner's Sale Ci-ar- lf.. a tt " il d; V nt-ta- m r. .... l- m 1798 Trai)silvapia UDiveriti) 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. Blue Grass Farm for Sale! n. ..!. .i e. store-hous- h Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of d, H' ut COUNTRY - PRODUCE in Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville Y ," "" " and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Dr. A. 8. frv,fVmit.ivmm 'm MWnd-cia- The Interior Journal. Poil-Ofic- BRODHEAD. Uamm and Albright will itart their wheat thresher this week. Will begin In the Sayert neighborhood but will loin go to the HIatt acction. The trials of Per Rlgsby, for killing Grecly Lslr and of Dick Tike for killing MIze at Livingston two years ago, were put off until next term of circuit Tortured On "For 10 A Horsi. MnUredintSe matter. si e al Stanford a L. N. TI7TE THBLE No.Jl.Honth.lliWP.M. No. J!. North. t:K A. M. No. . North, B:rT P. M. No. U, 10:17 a.m. No.SS,J:Wp. M. No.l,8outti,lliIA M. court. years I couldn't rldoa horse without being tn tortue from piles," writes L. S Napier, of Rugless, Ky., "when all doctors and other remedies failed, Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo cured me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, EcScalds, Cuts, lJolls, Fover-Sorc- s, zema, Salt Hheuin, Corns 25c, Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. m Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court. maamtJU-iBs?-2 I aaBBaaaV bSbbbV bbbbbbbbLsil - a ass VslsB bbbbB J. V. IVake, Ktc. rialntlrfs. ts II. K.Cnln, Ktc. Defendants. Nolle.) of sale. In obedience ton J inlnment rendered at the May term, luw. In tho alxive styled court and action, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, J l'i.Y Mb, m, county court day, lietween the hours of 1 e door and 1 1. M In front of the liiHtanfonl, Kyoffer for sale at publlcout-cr- y to the highest and lal bidder on a credit of six months the tract of IM acres of land on the waters of Hanging Kork, In Lincoln county, Ky., known as the Wilson Martin farm, lwtunded on the North br the lands of Frank Dougherty; on the Knit by the Inmla of the iHmglierty belrat on the Houth by the ; and landaof Dan Moore and by the land of II, F.Unln, Hint on the F, Teak. Martin, and J. The sale will 1m made for the purpose of dlTlaton. The purchaser will lie reoulrvd to execute txincl with approve.! aeeurlty for the purchase price, payable to the tSiinmlaslon er, liearlng a per cent. Interest from date of sale until paid, hating the force and effect of a Judgment, and also aecured by lien on the land, J. II. 1WXTOS, X. f. l c. C. T. J. Hill Att"y 'or I'lnlntllT. court-hous- a JOS. S. RICE, Agont. FOR SALE targe nnil ocre. I amnll whent, corn nnd tobneco inrms, level, rlcltniul free from atone, uirno reside nces nnd barns, ool rntlrorulcanneo tlona. t'nnorrernunrgnin ni o to iai n longtime rinjriiienis. UtuVKI.KY, Hon ling Oreen, Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ness. 111 1'destro to sell prlwitely my atock of Oro-eeri- e, unci Itnnlnrnre. Dolnit n coml busi Will Invoice, ntiout U.SU.1. Ilcnson Jirnllb. (JKO. I). HOPl'KIl, Stanford, Ky, A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dentist. TANFOWP, KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in . the Owsley Building. scientific prepartlon foi external use. Stopi itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Eciema c jiekly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. ZEMO, a Eczema is Curable Penny's Drug Store. When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken ly n tnllor of experience. Then jour clothes, whethern business suit or the finest evening clothes, will hme tbnt Imllrklunllty and lit ere made to which plainly Indicate they your.measure. I will nlio take jour measure for extra trousers, fancy estj, top coats and oercots. Hiirlng and Hummer samples on hand ready for j our Inspection. H.O. KUl'I.KY. The Tailor, e h. store sight. Children's 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 the Baptist church at two o'clock Saturday July 10th. All members aro requested to bo present as some Important work needs to bo done. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Egbert Wal-lea boy. Mr. B. F. Sutton, of Wadd, is reported very sick. Fred Durham and wife, of Elizabcthtown, are visiting the latter',: parents here this week. Elder J. V. Masters preached two excellent sermons at tho Christian church Monday and Tuesday night, Both the Christian and Baptist churches are without a pastor now. Times too hard we presume. Mr. Zeb Hall and wife, of Pineville, were guests of Mr. Asa Sams, of tho Maretburg section. Mr. Hall is in the employ of the L. & N. as section foreman and is considered one among the best track men the company has. We are told that some of the grand jurymen alter being dismissed last Saturday at Mt. Vernon having finish-th- e 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 discount. Where, oh where is prosperity and a full dinner pail? The Livingston Baptist Sunday school with Mr. Drummonds as Superintendent and the Baptist Sunday school at this place, W. H. Sowder Superintend- Mr. John Cherry, father of our merSenator Paynter, of Kentucky, who chant, J. T. Cherry, Is almost blind but has been III at Provldcnco Hospital, in la under treatment of Dr. O'iiannon, of Washington, as a result of tho recent Stanford, who Is confident he can re hot weather, is improving slowly. Delay In taking Foley's Kidney If you havo bacKacho, kidney or bladder trouble, fastens tho disease l. upon you and makes a cure more Comincnco tnklng Foley's Kidy and you will soon ney Remedy be woll. Why risk a serious malady? Stanford Drug Co. Itemeddllll-culto-da- 't Wliltc-lioine- V ' affrf I' m RV lT;:i MaW ill I Jf ill l lU 1 Vv n, ttanfonI,Ky. Itching SkirTDiseases Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid for external use. Zemo gives instant elief and permanently cures any form at Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druogists. Write for sample. E. W, Mrs. J. H. Jarrett Informs us that lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. their family will enjoy a home coming G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. some time in the near futurp, those away are John Jarrett Jr., and wife, of I near Liberty, Casey county. Mrs. Dollio FARM FOR m ent, are running a race with each other now for tho largest attendance and collections of money. So far the Brod-hea- d Sunday school is ahead in attend ance but Livingston beats in money matters. SALE lr JfL,Beazley&Co., The farm of lMncrei, of good blue grass Cornelius and son, of Durango, Colorado, land, lylnir one mile North of McKinney,on ani Ex Jailer Owen Jarrett and family, the Stanford pike. Improvements nrd fencing Rood; plenty of water and fruit. of Mt. Vernon, probably Miss Verne Also 1U acres of timbered land one mile Jarrett, a of Flora Vist?, Knitot McKlnnej : half under fence plenty of wnternnd good tobacco land Hte grow, N. M., will accompany Mrs. Cornelius ngcrop. J.A.UIVKNM.AKfiit. Bell Lawrence, the trifling fellow McKlnney, Ky. who escaped from a pest house on CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Rockcastle river last Autumn and came through this section scattering small I can furnish the pubuu with the best, as' pox from which about CO persons were well ns the frisheat of cut Post era, plants all kinds, bulbs, potted Hon en, on short inoculated, including yours truly, was notice. Alio make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. indicted by the grand jury last court In connection with tlienlore, Ilmo all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable but was not arrested until last week prices. His He is now in jail awaiting trial. CHIUHTMAVI.HKKN HOt'HEH. Kit 111 nimtii. l'uiiii. luw down actions cost this county nearHtanford.Ky. ly $2,000 i he way things look and the way wr people talk seems we are to have about .i BUY ri if . " .Tk .T ..... UK ft,. vmin if ? WBaq three weddings iu limn soon. Only iwwr guess work but we have guessed pretty ijj well all along. Dr. W. F. Carter and FeMNere T1Iaut Golden Seal, (Yellow Root)', etc. We bride aro expected back from their are ueuers, and can Co bcllcr lor you tour soon and will go to housekeeping man arau or commusion merchants. in the residence given to Mrs. Carter Reference in. Rant in I n.n..1t. by her father, Larkin Hicks. Ho will Write for weekly piice list and ship, probably movo to his wife's property pizj lag!. Wc furauh ttoul bags free. near Bee Lick. M.SABEL&GONS, ClTaiLiftHiii im lis Notwithstanding tho wet Spring we 22B E. Market S. LOUISVILLE, KY. havo had and the inability of our farmers to properly plow their crops everything looks splendid and it seems we arc to have a largo corn crop, yet a few farmers living in tho low lands havo 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 corn fields aro pretty clean of weeds. Mrs. Ed Woodall and Mrs. C. E. Rice, of Livingston, attended children's day at Freedom last Sunday and were the guests of Mrs, Rice's parents, Mr. and Undeitascra and Embaltr-era- . Mrs. G. E. Painter. Mrs. Rico returned to her home Monday but Mrs. Wood-al- l Also Dealers in Furextended her visit to hor parents at niture, Mattings,Rug. They Mrs Mollie,SkIrvin, mother of Wadd will exchange Furniture for Mrs. J. M, Adams, of this place, returnall Kinds of Stock. Give ed to her homo in Grant County Monday after several days visit with her Them a Call. Prices Right. grand-daught- CailT HIDESFURS . wnnir It appearing to tho satisfaction of tho court, that Ilustonville Voting Precincts Nos. 2 and ii need to bo changed fur public convenience nutl the public good requiring said clinnge, and a petition having been filed, asking lor said clinnge by about three hundred reMdent voters of said two precincts of said county, it is therefore ordered ami adjudged by tho court that tho Our line of Men's, Roys' nnd C'hildren'ti Clothing is nioro complete than lwundary of said two preciucts be changed, and a new precinct be organized ever lictorc. Come to sec them licforc buying elpow here. mid established, and same to lie known ns Precinct No. 4. Tho Iwundary of Ilustonville Precinct No. '2 ns chnnged shnll be as follows: Beginning on Ilustonville it Stanford turnpike at John Murphy's place, now II. Shore, excluding him; thence with said piko to the interaction of tho kudo mid Bradfnrdsvillc turnpike in Ilustonville; thence with Ilustonville V KY. pike to the Casey county line, and with tho same to tho crowing of the Ilustonville & Middleburg turnpike; thciico with said piko to James J. McKinuey's including him; thence n straight line to K. S. Scuddcr's ex. eluding him; thence n straight lino to K. D. Kennedy's plnco now K. L. ran ner's excluding him; thence n straight Hue to Hall Anderson's excluding him; thence on a straight line to It. II. Cooper's to tho Hanging Fork, & Green River Turnpike, and with said pike to tho place of beginning, including all in said boundary. The place of holding the election is shall be and remain as heretofore in IlutonvilIe. Boundary of Ilustonville Precinct No. 3 so changed shnll be as follows: Beginning at the Monroe Smith place on Green River excluding it; thence the line of Precinct No. 4 a. straight lino to Dan Moore's including him; thence a straight lino to J. S. Richenbnch's including him; thence a straight lino to It. II. Cooper's including him; thence n straight line to Hall Anderson's place to the crowing of the McKinucy Vr Green River turnpike and with Mid pike to the John Murphy place now II. Shores including him; thence a straight line to the J. M. Carter place, now Clirisniaii, including him; thence a straight line to the P. W. Logan place, now Hiuioii, cxclud-n- g him; thence a straight Hue where Harris Creek empties into Knob Lick; thence down Knob Lick Creek to the crosing jf Knob Lick McCormack's church and turnpike at li. F. Powell' excluding him; thence n ntraight line to the J. O. Neal place, now VonGrucnigan's, excluding him, thence a boundary except ctraiglit line to the place of beginning, including nil in John Skidmoro and Jamc- Daugherty. The place of holding the election in said precinct shall be and remain at Turnersville. Boundary of the new Iluttouvillc Voting Precinct No. I ns established herein shall be ns follows: Beginning at the crowing of tho C'ney county line nnd Green River, near George lutes'; thence with Casey county line to the Ilustonville & Middleburg turnpike and with same to Jnines J. McKinuey's, excluding him; thence a straight line to It. S. Scudder's, including him; thence a straight line to tho E. I). Kennedy place, now K. L. Tanner's, including same; thence n straight lino to Hall Anderson, including hiin, thence a straight lino to R. II. Cooper's, excluding him; thence a fetrnight line to J. S. Richeiiluch's, excluding him; thence n straight lino to Dan Moore's, excluding him; thence u straight line to D. C. Sipplo at Jumbo, including him; thence down Green River with 'Wnyncsburg Magisterial Dis trict, line to the licginuing, nil in said boundary, mid the place of holding Ami nil the election in haul prccinctt:liall lie in the town ot .McKinucy. orders or parts of orders of this court in conflict herein nrc hereby set nside nnd held for naught, and the clerk ut this court is hereby directed to give notice of said changes and new boundaries by adverii-emcat least one month before- - the next election by publication in the newspaper published in said county having the largest circulation in said county nnd by posters- - put up in four of the most public places in each of said pneiucts. A Copv Attest: Hrad-fordsvil- i W M ifil I V ft ' ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. The Guessing Contest on Our Soap Window Increasing. Don't Miss It. - w. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. mMMxmmmmmmmesmtmmmmt nt P.cv ft.,... G. B. COOPER, Clerk Lincoln County Court. BEGINNING JULY 1st WILL SELL ROUND TO All Ra.l NewYoikGty. Atlantic City $28 00 25 50 Noifollt and O. D. S. S. Co. $30 00 VU Norfolk and -- TRIP TICKETS I lmvcju.t rmividncarof OLD HICKORY WAGONS, the be wagon on the market for the money. See them before buying, ni there has liecn a great improvement in their construction. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. O. Long Branch. N.J. Ocean Ciove. N. J Spring Crove.N.Y S Girt. N.J... Ailury Paik. N. 1 23 23 23 23 23 CapeMay.N.J OceanGty.N.J 60 80 60 80 30 15 D.S.S.&N.Y 30 00 30 00 MILLINERY. s 30 00 30 00 30 00 26 STOP-OVER- The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky.r Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. 1 ', 'It i 25 60 STAN FJORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, .& aSiL W tmmr rsif-V- " M daughter and other relatives here. Miss Ella Carson and her brother, Bane, children of Mr. W. A. Carson, our painter here, are at home on vacation. They have been In school at Princeton, Ky. Miss Ollie Rainey, of Mt. Sterling, Is with relatives here. Mrs. Nannie Vest and Mr. Orvil Colyer and wife, of Covington, were visiting hero first of week. COOD 30 DAYS. LIBERAL S Round trip Tickets New Yotk and Boston, rail and water, going one route and returning another. Good 30 days; stop-oveallowed. SERound. tnp tickets to all mountain and summer resorts. Good Oct. 3 . Old Point Comfort and return. July 27 and August 21. Tickets good sT"! CZf 1 5 days. Vf Styles up to tho minute. Price beyond competition. Wo also ;tato that Stop over allowed on return trip 4 A Wa Atlantic City and return, Augmt 19, Tickets good 15 days. Slop- our Spring Lino is now complete. To eavo moiioy, conio and eo nnd bo r over allowed on return trip al all authorised points convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Indies, Misses mid Children and For full information call on or address GEO, W. BARNEY, D. P. A., our lino of Gent's-- Shoei will certainly please. Ilaiinu and Walkovor lines Ticket office Phoenix I lotel. Lexingtoa, Ky. nro hummers and are strictly reliable. Yours for an honest deal, William M. Yenl.Gly Ticket Agent. Cu.viti.K-- ) WiiKi:i.i:n. Oa sale every day. Ci AA J.JtJJ fJ , Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de Buggies. JFirst Tfational ffiancj Stanford, Jty, PtMler In'.Harneee, Saddler), STANFORD, OT M Fkoas, 1ST. Undertaker. Imfcalmer and KY Homt Phone I. thoso Candy Cold Cure. Orjaniftt, 3S2. Capital Stotk, J50.000. TabJets--wl- ll safely an ' qulcklycbeck Surplui and TnJvJtJ tPrafih, S9,000. all voids and the Grip. Try fflem onco Thero aro plenty cheaper buggies but thero aro nouo better. Ruggy old by Pennys Drug and seo! 500, Store. painting, work, $10; phaetons, 812; surreys, 814 nnd up, accord- Jfas paid in Dividands tinea Organization, ing to tho size. Per set, buggy steel tires, best quality, at S3.C0. Ruggy SnuiU 7au jfoeounts on Our 7J?ititi Francis W. Cushman, Representative in Congress from Tacoma, Wash., died tops in 110 ounce rubber at 88. Buggies and iclined OFFICERS. at Roosevelt Hospital, New York, from ut $10. Buggies rocovered in leather and reliued for DIRECTOR. 825. Rubber tires, pneumonia. V. Held, J, H. OiUhraaa, S. Mocker, President;, tho best ou the market and tho lowest prices, Goodyear and Kelley, at 814. J. Pains of womeu. head pains, or any M D. Elmore, J, M. Petlus, S. T. Harris, pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Best Goodrich at $10. We solicit your trade. H. C. lUughmiD, , F, Cummins, John , Mcltoberts, Cashier; S, T, Harris, Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See no. C. Robinson, II. O. Btugfatsan, Ami. Cash'r W. B. OBiaooo J. S. Hocker, full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Penny's Drujr Store. W.W.Saasderf, Bookkeeper. O. E. Tate. first-chi- Proventlcs $2, m i. IT. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY.