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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f F THE INTERIOP JOURNALh VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 13 1909 HO 39 IcJa1t EcJrget r The Lincoln County FairSTANFORD KY JULY 21= THREE DAYS1 I 1500 Given Away in 156RoadsterJf Get your dayComeSaT HARRIS Pres J F CUMMINS Seey TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY Inasmuch as Mr McCarty my opponent in the primary election haw pub tithed as an advertisement with his comments thereon the opinion of the Court of Appeals in the Harrison coun ty cue and has sent to each member of the County Committee a letter wherein he tries to explain why he has prevented them from hearing and de ciding my contest of his nomination I think It proper that 1 publish this card Primary elections In this State aro regulated by law They are held by the party authorities but the manner of holding tho qualifications of voters and all cutest arising thereunder are regulated by law Tho law pro vides that the county committee shall constitute a board of contest and dole gates to It tho power to establish rules for the trial of such contest Within the time and in tho manner provided by tho law I gave Mr Me Carty notice that I would contest his right to the nomination for tho ofiicoof sheriff In this notice I sot forth In de tail the grounds of my contest giving tho names of Illegal voters and stating the facts showing them to bo Illegal voters 1 also charged that tho ballots In the boxes then In tho hands of the committee showed that I had received the highest number of legal votes I asked and demanded of tho committe a hearing of the contesta hearing of the facts The party law as established and adopted by tho Stato convention hold I t in Lexington Ky on Juno 11th 1908 provides that in case of contest the County Central Committee trying such contest shall upon application in writing of not less than ten per cent of the democratic voters participating in such primary In ono precinct open the ballot box used In such precinct and count tho ballots therein In order that aoy fraud or error practiced by the election officers may bo discovered and corrected and the count made by tho committee shall take tho place of tho count made by tho precinct election officers Such application to bo made within ten days after such election In compliance with this provision of the party law and In addition to my notice of contest I also filed with the committee petitions from voters In Stanford Precinct No 1 Wayncsburg Noa 2 and 3 and Hustonvllle No 1 it asking that the ballot boxee used In I these precincts be opened and tho bal lots therein counted Theso petitions were framed signed and filed In strict compliance with the abovo party law After the filing of my notice of con J test and these petitions tho committee met and without any trial or oven a consideration of the petitions filed under the party law my contest was by five refused a hear a vote of seven to ing and trial- I then filed in the Lincoln Circuit Court a suit against the members of the County Committee wherein I prayed the Court to compel tho committee to meet and hear my contest as provided by law and party rulesIThe CourtJudge Bell after hearing all of the proof offered by the parties decided that my contest had not been l heard or tried and granted the prayer of my petition and BO entered a judg ment directing the committee to meet on Monday July 6th 1900 and hear m y contest On Saturday afternoon July 3rd just one day before the date fixed for the meeting Mr McCarty stopped the meeting of the committee by exe a bond and carrying the case to rcuting of Appeala rul Court does not convene until the 3rd Monday In September So nothing can now be deae by me until the MM to heard and deefekd by the Court of Appeals C nn The provisions of the statute and party law are wise and just and made as stated In the party law in order that any fraud or error practiced by tho election officers may be discovered and corrected These laws were made to secure fairness and prevent any candidate from forcing himself upon the party by fraud For these very reasons I am trying to invoke and enforce these just and wise provisions of the law From the very beginning of my contest I have taken overy step in the manner provided by law There has not been any contention or even an Intimation that I have not tracked tho law In every detail The legis lature and the party authorities under took in their wisdom and justice to sccuro falrncsss and correct fraud but neither of these virtues of the legis lature and party authorities seem to appeal to or have any consideration at the hands of my opponent since his solo and only purpose and effort hasI been to prevent a hearing and trial of tho contest- I have done nothing in secret My charges of fraud and false returns are contained in my notice of contest and in tho pleadings on file In my suit I only demand the right to prove the fraud as charged and I am prevented from doing so by my opponent Ho does not want the facts heard From the very beginning of tho cor test ho has done everything in his power to prevent a trial and hearing of the facts If there ever was anyjdoubt as to the truth of my grounds of con test such doubt is unquestionably removed by his last act in preventing the committee from hearing tho contest upon tho facts as ordered by Judge BellTho opinion of the Court of Appeals in tho Harrison County case and which my opponent publishes with comment as an advertisement instead of signing his name thereto contains no new principle and Is not In conlilct with tho decision of Judge Hell I have never contended that tho de cis Ion of tho County Committee upon a trial of tho contest was not final or that it could be appealed from or cur rected by any Court My contention has allof the while been that the committee had never heard or decided the contest Judge Bell sustained my contention and did so after hearing all proof Ills decision was based upon the proven and admitted facts He was perfectly familiar with the Beaz Icy case so copiously cited In the lIar rison County case and never based his opinion upon any right of the Court to correct or control the decision of the committee upon a trial of the contest Ho simply held us was clearly estab fished by the proof that there had been no trial or decision of the contesta fact well known to every person In the communityAgain tho case advertised and commented upon by Mr McCarty the contestant as appears from tho opln ion had attempted to comply with the party law and so have tho committee open the ballot boxes and count the ballots therein but It was decided by the committee after full consideration that he had not complied with the par ty law in that he had not filed his petitions in time and BO a recount of the ballots was refused This action of the committee was upheld by tho Court and properly so It was conceded in that case that contestant had the right upon compliance with the party law to have the ballots counted but he had not complied and so was not entitled to have a recount Now in my case there was no ques tion as to the legality of the petitions or as to their being filed in time The I petitions filed by me were never con sidered by the committee tM ell bars of it did not even know of their existence or nature In the Harrison county case the petitions were duly considered by the committee and the count refused because they were not filed In time In my case the petitions were not considered at all This was ad mitted on the trial and Judgo Bell BO decided So the Harrison County case sustains Judge Bell No person whose conception of fair dealing is not blunted by selfish interest will contend that tho decision of the Circuit Court was not for justice and the right But let it be admitted that the case will be re versed by the Appellate Court how will this reversal affect the merits of my contest Such reversal could only be based upon the ground that the court had no right to order the committee to hear my contest It would not disprove my charges of fraud or be any evi ralrlyICourt will over stand This judgment is that no trial of my contest was ever had This record will forever show that Mr McCarty refused to meet the charges of fraud or allow tho facts to be heard In case the decision of tho Circut Court is reversed Mr McCarty would stand just where he docs now holding a certificate of nomination charged to bo tho result of fraud and afraid to meet tho charges before a committee a majority of whom are his supporters In addition to his adver tisement Mr McCarty sends out a let ter to each member of the committee trying to explain away his perfectly obvious and perfectly manifest purpose In preventing the committee from try ing the contest as provided by law and tho party rules In this letter ho says I am very confident that tho court of appeals will uphold tho action of tho committee heretofore taken and in view of tho fact that Mr Baughman has intimated that ho would not abide by the action of the committee should they meet next Monday but would bring another suit against tho com mittee or take dome other step tend ing to confuso matters I feel that it is but to have tho case reviewed by the court of appeals- I never intimated anything I simply stated to his attorneys in plain lan guage that tho Statute and party law required the committee to hear my con test and the Circuit Court had so order ed that I demanded nothing more and would submit to nothing less I stated that I would uso all legal means to com pel the committee to hoar my contest Now if the committee had met as or dered and tried tho contest and decided It either for me or against me this trial would have been the end of it Then and in that event what step could I take or what suit could I bring tending to confuse matters Absolutely none Suits are based upon legal rights and a trial of the contest by the committee and its decision Is final It seems to mo that tho language of Mr McCarty is not quite accurate and that he would have been mono candid had he said that he was afraid of tho facts and afraid the committee might do as provided by law and party rules and so hear my contest and count the ballots and that for these reasons he had pre vented tho committee from meeting on Monday and had carried the case to the Court of Appeals There can be no other reason or sane excuse given for his appeal of the case Again he says in his letter I have the utmost confidence in the fairness of the committee and have always been willing to abide by their decision This in view of his acts is indeed a Btrango statement If he has t eut- most confidence then why does he execute a bond to prevent the committee from hearing the case 1 If the facts M proven and tile ballots show him to D U have been fairly nominated then as a matter of course the committee would dismiss my contest The statute and party laws provide for such a trial The Circuit Court after a full hearing of the facts has so ordered Mr McCartyhas the utmost confidence in the fairness of the com mittee yet notwithstanding all of this he executes a bond and thus stops and prevents the committee from hearing and deciding the contest Accepting as true his statement there can be but one inference drawn from his acts and that is that he does not want that fairness of the com mittee The language of his letter and his act preventing the committee from hearing the facts conclusively show that he is afraid of the facts and does not want fairness Nowhere in his advertisement or let ter does he claim that he was fairly nominated The advertisement and letter are simply burdened with de cisions but nowhere in either is there even an Intimation of justice or fair ness i maJoritYjof i sought nothing but the facts the fair thingI to Mr McCarty before filing my contest that we agree to have the committee count the ballots and abide the result This he declined I proposed to him in public before the committee to allow the committee to recount tho ballots and end the con test This ho declined 1 proposed after Judge lids decision to abide tho result of a recount of the ballots and to waive all formalities and take the case to tho Court of Appeals and have It decide tho caso at once before its adjournment This ho declined I also proposed and offered to stop tho con test and abide the result of a count of the ballots in his homo precinct where his brother was a challenger and called otr the ballots when they were counted and where I had only one election officer and he was denied by tho other officers a recount of the ballots after tho ballots had bqen so called off This he declined His refusal to accept any ono of my various offers show that he is so afraid of the facts lie has de layed the settlement of the contest un til tho 3rd Monday in September and until such later date as the Court may decldo the case- I will continue my fight for the right and if the party finds Itself in confusion at tho November election as to its nominee for sheriff then it can not censuro me for I have from the begin ning Only demanded a hearing of my contest M S BAUGHMAN Col Marccllus Pointer prominent during the Civil War as a staff officer under Gen Joe Wheeler and of late years a supposedly successful railway promoter was found dead In a Bowery lodginghouse In New York from apo plexy Among his effects were letters from Gen Wheeler commending him for bravery a Objection to the discharge in bankruptcy of Harry Kendall Thaw were filed in the United States District Court at Plttsburgf by J G Graham of New burg N YFor tho first time during the bankruptcy proceedings the ques tionof the sanity of Thaw was raised tombThe most in existence is that which was erected to the memory of Mohammed The diamonds and rubles used in the decorations are said to be worth 10000000 LIBBEY cut glass at Muellers a tzI 4f SnufflerstuIe I r I ff Monarch Shirts H It- t 1 i Linen Collars III g iti it r GUARANTEED HOSIERY 1 in New colors t+ + + Cummins Sc Wearer t STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kntuctcy Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 4000000 Resources 3400000O S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER Ia J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT Jo W ROCHESTER ASST CASH 1 HCCARPENTERBOOKKEEPER t HVYS FOSTER CLERKJDSRFOTORJz 1I J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanfcid John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran II kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Godch Gilberts Creek LilburnjJi rk The Interior Journal i E C WALTON SPEAKING of evading issues no on has so ostensibly done the evasion ac as the Advocate They first attack th whirlwind campaign movement then they make an artful dodge to Normal Schools and In the last they present a chaotic mass of these two and the Sul I livan Bill which is not a Sullivan Bill further than being presented by that most excellent gentleman and states man r We can successfully deny the charg- of evasion and if thA Advocate will publish the article from issue of July in I J your subscribers will most suredly corroborate the statement I any event we hold that evasion is a su perior trait to misrepresentation In a conversation with a Boyle county citizen 15 or 20 teachers were named who wer- u teaching in Boyle five years ago an are still following that vocation how ever penurious the State may be with her pedagogues Again we believe that more than three citizens of Boyle are for the new educational measures for we are not prone to think that the Danville deni zens are so non progressive as to op pose a measure which has for years bettered school conditions in the Statesr and territories where it has been oper ated It is a fact gathered from roll able statistics not from a rather careful poll that every State and territory over which floats the Star Spangled E Banner has one or more Normal Schools the most progressive from 15 to 20 In every leading foreign country as well r as in our own U S the policy now be ing pursued by Kentucky is approved and carried out In fine the judgment of the civilized world and of its educa tors and statesmen is for the system opposed Iby the Advocate and they have long since abandoned the plan under which Kentucky has made such slow and disgraceful progress We often hear the plea back to Jeffersonian democracy and we are for that but give us at the same time more of the Jeffersonian policies in education for this system virtually originated with him and has been perfected through the years 4 We are rather surprised that such asinine questions are by the Ad vocate as teachers being in the night- rider class or subjects for the school of reform But none can gainsay the fact that the morals and manners of the boys and girls of our Commonwealth are in the hands of the teachers and the teachers need more thorough training in the art of giving all kinds of instruction In other words Teach theyoung ilea how to shoot or the young idea will betteVpart of public pulpit and press is ultimate aim of the leaders of the ne rmvement Will the Advocate aid in this worthy cause or will they with a very limited number of periodicals o pose a forward movement which should be nearest the hearts of all true Ken tuckians Aid and let the blot of illit F eracy be stamped out and depredations of such class be stopped r Who but the teacher Is the founda tion of the school system What can our friendmean when he says this mon ey shouldbe given to the masses It I is the teacherjwho is the mental and moral leaderjof every school rural or otberwi3eand why is the money not go thatgthat the compulsory law is not enforced Whose fault is it1 The object of the Whirlwind Campaigns which the Advocate berates is to stir up such public sentiment that all school legisla Lion will be carried out for a law with out public sentiment back of it is half a law Local option as DanvilleI citizens well know is of no effect un less public sentiment is such as to seeI that the law is enforced In said districts and we are glad to note that such senti ment seems to exist in your good town We do aver that it Is the fault of theI people and not of the lawIAnd thlsfbrings to mind another top ic which seems to prevail in the mind and that is the small crowds which ourI contemporary avows attended the eduI cational rallies This fact if it be so only shows the greater need of some cyclonicjmovement to get the citizens interested in raising our State from its lost condition educationlly Is it not s01I The small crowds were not due 110I much to hostility as to gross indiffer eoce And you know in sacred writ there is a sentiment expressed because you are neither cold nor hot I will mouthReferring Institute for the Deaf again let us say that it costs the State 750 per pupil to educate the indigent deaf and dumb It costs the State 25 to 35 per year to train a teacher at the Normal School Which of these will be the most productive cltiI zen Which the most valuable asset to the State The Advocate says there is no Normal School for teachers in the School for the Deaf Thiswould certainly be against the Advocates economic policy when there is only one school for the deaf in the State On the other hand P they will not allow a pupil who attend 4- I b 1 there to become an instructor of the others on full pay before he or she has made some special preparation This has been done in rural schools and had to be done for Kentucky had no such place to train as the now has Let us i ace I cordance with most advanced theAdvocate at least let the law e operative before they so assiduously condemn Be not the first by whom new things are tried Nor yet the last to lay the old aside We cant ba the first for nearly al the States in the union have relegated anehave tried successfully the newt Though beaten back by many a fray Yet ever strength well borrow todaynThe rear will camp tomorrow Let old Kentucky be in the van and let us not have any opposition from moset civilizationdUNDER the law allowing each State to provide the statures of two of it most eminent men for the Statuary Hall at Washington the State of Virginia has had those of George Washing ton and Robert E Lee made There is- a fear that Gen Lee having fought against the Federal government nisi statue will be rejected but the question will be put up to those who are to decide and if it Is both statues will b withdrawn It must be both or none and in making this proviso the Virgin ians are to be congratulated Gen Lees greatness is questioned by no ono and as he lived to see a reunited country accepting fully the arbitrament of war there is no good reason that th Virginians should not be permitted to show their respect love and pride for one of its foremost and most famous citizens AFTER trying prohibition for a couple of years Bristol Va voted by the narrow majority of 32 to undo its good work The result is most unfortunate for the prohibition cause since Tennes see has just gone into the Statewide dry column Bristol is on the Tennes see line and it and Bristol in that State are practically one town Its contiguity to so large a dry territory makes it the especial land of promise for the whisky people and although the saloon license is 2600 it is said that 50 of them will open at once together with large wholesale houses which expect to quench the Tennessean under the inter state commerce law The liquor me profess to believe that tho result Bristol will check the prohibition movement in the South but we trust that the wish alone is father to the thought I AM very lonely wrote pretty Mrs Raleigh who is employed in a to bacro factory at Richmond Va and CeAlaskawbought the package wrote to woman who responded photographs were anpd a is en route to claim a bride who is not 25 and pretty All of which should en courage despairing maids as it shows there are many ways of seeuHiig a hail band besides the old regular one of looking pretty and waiting to be asked SENATOR PAYNTER was sick and pair ed with Senator Guggenheim of Col orado when the Aldrich tariff bill pass ed 45 to 34 but as the result would not be changed Senator Bailey suggested that Guggenheim vote if he wanted to and he did McInerny of Louisiana was the only socalled democrat who voted for the shameful bill while 10 republicans had the courage to vote against it The passage of such a bill ought to sound the doom of the repub lican party and would if it were not so strongly intrenched in power BOOKER WASHINGTON the most sensible man of his race never said a more sensible thing when he said in an address to the Negroes at Montgomery Ala the other day Since the eman cipation proclamation by Abraham Lincoln there has been no benefit confer red upon the Negroes of the South equal to that conferred by the closing up of barrooms throughout these Southern States IF the six cent tax on tobacco in theI hands of the grower is finally removed as both Houses have voted to dothe growers will owe a debt of gratitude to Congressmen James and Stanley and Senators Paynter and Bradley but more to the latter as because of his politics he is able to do with the present body more than the democrats UNLESS something unforseen happens there is going to be the greatest corn crop this country over produced The wet weather may have injured the wheat materially but it has been the making of the corn and if wo cant get flour bread corn bread isnt a badI substitute as the staff of life after all ROCKEFELLER has given another ten millions to the educational board mak ing 62 millions that he has donated to- IL It wont be necessary to keep your eye skinned to see the increase in the price of foal oil gasoline etc You will discern it without the precaution f LEW B BROWN has sold that liar rodburg Democrat to a company of republicans headed by State Auditor Frank P James It is probable tbat Insurance Commissioner Charles W Bell will be editor of the paper A SHARFSBURO couple has just mar- tied after a courtship extending over 50 years A great many married coup les will say they acted wisely Since as they assert the courting days are the happiest What do you sayTIlONE incentive for smokers has been aysI whitduser of the stuff ON its return from the Senate Mr Payne cant even recognize the straw berry mark on his offspring Mr Al drich evidently wants his name to g0 down to infamy linked with the infam ous tariff bill POLITICAL postscountyIJuly 1 ha been taking the of her father as lecturer at sundry Chautauqua meet lings on the Colorado Western slope The Georgia House of Representa directingGeorgiafavor measures to deny the use of the mails to the New Orleans and New- York Cotton Exchanges Gov Willson appointed Judge C R McDowell of Danville as the Demo cratic member of the State Board o Election Commissioners to succeed him self He had already appointed John T Shelby of Lexington as the republican commissioner Bradegrowers to sell their products the payment of a tax The measur- is practically the same as that which passed the House It removes the tax of 6 cents a pound on the tobacco grow vendorI CHURCH MATTERS considerablydamaged manThere will bo services at the Baptist church at Hustonvlllo at 745 Saturday evening next The Chautauqua which will be held in Stanford Aug 3rd to 8th promises to be very entertaining SII Five hundred travelers are tied up at Kansas City owing to the floods The markta three years lecture tour of the world He will go to Australia first MILL FOR RENT 1 Owing to III health and wanting to be away from home some thus summer I have UnrHollerpower Good locution Mill In flrstclass condition W II THAYLOH 1H F D No 4 Htanford Ky Weak Women To weak tadailing Ien belII1aa lent one way to that wa two treatment mud be combined One is local on It conitittv Important both ssiotlsluDoooopsNljh Is the LocaL Dr Bhoops Restorative the ConstltatloBal The formar Dr Shoop Night Cure is a topical nmedrwbllDrShoopsmeat rile ReecoraUTI Uebel throcgbout the IIIrTIoallTheNbtCureultsname InptM work while you liMP It soothes sonand lolsi anddLebargeaexcitement tires renewed nor and builds up wasted flute bringing about renewed ShoopRestondretothdjrttn Tor positive local help 11M at wall Dr tShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexlngtpnf Ky orleraturn I lecbRDlcalnglneerlng JIvll EnRI MiningEnglneeringOlauicat courses each or which extends over tour yearsand leads to a Bachelor degree also ofEducationInstead of the Normal Hcbool Persons who enter this department prepare foradvanced work In pedagogy and are granted a Bachelor n 1hl subject when complet Indructlon County appointees receive tree tuition dormltorletuelremain 10 consecutive monthsorone colleg fate year largewellforasrequtred oftudmatrlculatesforlaetyear withthoYoung women find an excellent home with boardandlodgingln Patterson HallIs well multiped with all the modern physicalculture onIdentlcRImale olinInK commodIoumatrlcalnteeapepOlntlllentlnlormntlonof toJAsor to DO KBAZKE Bailneis Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909 I ls D CAR TER w New Liiverv M Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICEI The McKinney Coal A Feed Co I now prepared to supply the people with any grade of coal and any kind of the far mers will especially take notice to the low price those who coat for wheat hrnshing prlces per bushel ranging trout poto loo theca coals Rro all goat from hallway Iinluefonthuljit KO OOOOJISIgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I I have on hand nl Hughes Martin A Cos toro In Htanford typewriters of various kinds such as the Monarch 1 0 Hmlth Fox Oliver smithlremler etc thoroughly rebuilt and as good its new which I will sell very cheap Also sell re pairs Will ship anywhere on trial Cnll see them M A JOHNHON Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING Jam prepared lodonll kinds or urlnlland civIl engineering My ork will bo guaranteed and my prices ore reasonable Write me At or call me vlllesRAGfY1iMeKIN- NEYHarry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu- mentsMarkers and Post Oemetery mid Awn OlerThe1 hEvery person in this city who leant feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis permanentt oieexternal use All durggists tell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE The McKinney Woolin Mills KyrIf now In operation and U ready to stove llnseysBlanketswork wool or exchange goods for It high est market price for wool C II WIUGHT Tror Small Farm For Sale I 1oHtanford and two miles from Maywood on gbbarbooproductlve vation jail under good fence Comfortable home of six room new barn and all other OUI of nno water nDd bUldlnfAbumJnnctl JTMVINOHTOX 11 F D No 1 htonford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near Point Leaved and six miles south of Lancaster containing su acres well located In good neighborhood icing part of the John walker tract with a hand some new two tory seven room resilience thervon with nlllllClNlfOutbulldlllland- goot new torn 4X ell watered six runningthroughTICHMR U cash In balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per paidIersons place please write or see W O WALKKK Htanford JO PER CT REDUCTION c B pRunr Moreland Kentucky ForSOduyslu order to clean up on Mat tings Druggets Carpets Hugs Etc Will give ID per cent reduction Ilavosome rare IIrllnlllInof framed pictures Now Is your time to buy n handsome mantle mirror Call and see them Choice selection of rockers Good line of bvds metal and wood metal and wood folding b U rSb cots mattress es springs conuches Davenports chairs suitcases trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinets glass sash doors Ac Call nnd tee us upplleaHerleoO n IKUITT Moreland K- yDiuwiddie Co Hustonville Kyi 1 Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which discount t c y LD1ES filii OXFORD r We are overstocked in Ladies I TanLowShoesi 1 all of them Fresh New this seasons goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps Ladies WALKOVER at 350 and ULTRAS at 300 for this sale are 225 Our 350 and 300 Ultra Black Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts We price you now at 250 The Brockport 250 Black and Tan we price you at 185 We have a beautiful dull top large eyeletl200 Black Oxford in large sizes 4 to 8 to close at 150 A lot of old styles in Ladies and Childrens at any price If I tr r H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKYj m EE E fEa3 aE 1mDIt is customary for every druggist to claim to be but in prescription work i 1 Good claim but we cant all be best 1 facilitym tWe have the goods the equipment the ex j pertenctr PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kent- uckyPreserving BHSSEBEBEBEBEBEBESEE Kellies J Masond Jars Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined Ji I Tops You Will Need Themi i H it f t We can Furnish Them 4 r Ii ti i I 1 W E Perkins Crab Orchard I OUR LAWN ffN fIis a less expensive and better fence than wood More ornamental dura bio and a time saver as you need no saw hammer and Bails to keep it inIrepair Call at our store see the beautiful fabric and gates and let tis show you tthe low prices on a good fence job f GEORGE H FARRIS StanfordIt d 4 rIlfhl EIig SaIe Gces cq I Hundreds of pleased customers are leaving our store daily why not you The machine is working fine Every Dollar Stretched into a Dollar anda Half THIS WEEK SHOE WEEK This week we will give special attention totReducing our Shoe Stock by giving many remarkable values Mens 5 and 6 Florsheim Shoes in Patent j Cordovan and Vici at a 385 Mens tt 350 Shoes tf 269 Men1s f 3 Shoes r 235 Anticipate your needs for Fall and- let r us supply you Mens 1 Shirts 69c 50c Shirts 39c Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers at Cut Prices tI SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY j It The Interior Journali BTANFOUD KY JULY 13 1901 ICE CREAM soda water at Pennys Drug StoreO r PERSONALS MRS JOHN ELLIS continues very III MRS J E UKUCE continues quite sick GEORGe CHANCELLOR is over from CincinnatiMRS S RICE is at Cave City with her mother LESTER 0 HILTON is threatened with appendicitis MRS DEXTER OALLOU is with rola tires at Crab Orchard- J U AND ROY BEAZLEy are up from Orlando Fla for the fair MRS W II SHANKS went up to Mad teen yesterday to visit the homefolks DR I C DYE ann Mr Alex Hicks aged citizens of Casey are very low DR A S COOK of Monticello was here to see his brother Dr L B Cook If JAMES OWSLEY returned Friday from- a visit to his grandparents at Franklin MR E G WALLER of Louisville 1was with his daughter Mrs T II Each J Miaa ELLEN ONEAL SCOTT Is visit t Ing her brother Walter 0 Scott In ParisCURTIS COVER of Crab Orchard went up to Richmond yesterday to scrv Undo Sam i MR AND MRS GEORGE D tV AREv and Mr Logan Hubble were at Olym plan Springs MR J G YADEN former Itepresen tativo from Laurel is hero attendlnj the Institute MESDAMES J It ORNDORFP and Hugh Hagan of Livingston were here shopping Friday MRS J E MCCLURE and children and Mrs J W Holman ore vlsitinj friends in Jcllico MIssEsLUCIL AND GLADYS FLOW ER8 of Louisville were guests of MIl Margaret Davison MR JACK MULLER and Miss Maud t c Muller of Houston Texas are with Mrs J D Wearen DR AND MRS W S ELKIN of At lanta were guests of her sister Mrs i R C Warren Saturday 1 Miss JENNIB HICCINS county super r i nfeahnt tr OarrarH arxmt novor days with Miss MinnIe Wood PROF J W IRELAND and Mr Jess D Wearen attended the Odd Fellows banquet at Lancaster Friday night JUDO WAYNE COOK and Mr Wilso Cook of Corydon Ind have been her to see Dr L U Cook who is yet ver ill MRS L E CARPENTER orders he paper changed from Jersey City N J to Williamsport Pa care of Tbo Ma pies 4 Miss MARGARET DOWNER of Cincinnati is with her friend Mrs Leo Stone and will remain her guest until aftc the fair MR E P OWSLEY is up from Colum bus Ga His wife and daughter Mill Mettle Hays Owsley are at Crab Orch r and Springs t t I j J II McAllster Jr was lectc- d11 d superintendent of the Christian churcl Sunday school to succeed C E Tate who resigned MRS J II DICKERBON and daughter Mlw Frankie DIckerson of Russel t county Va are guests at the homo ol T Mr W D Hanson MR W J StoLEn the well known telegraph operator of Winter Park i Fto la visiting his mother Mrs M V Sigler at Crab Orchard MRS W J DOZIER and children arcMI here from Hatticsburg Miss I Dora Pence who has been visiting I them returned with them MISS CATHERINE HARRIS of Stan- ford1 is here to spend the vacation wither grandparents Mr and Mrs E W f Harris Lancaster Record MRS VINA BISHOP of Dallas Texas and Misses Jennie Ritchie and Irene Whatley of Mineral Springs Texas are guests at Mr J N Mcnefces- MR J K BAUOHMAH and wife of tho West End were guests of Mr and Mrs M S Baughman They were ac I companied by Mrs Smith U Penny and children of St Joseph Mo who ara visiting them Ii MRS B H BEUHLER Mrs Sam Parker and Miss Cary Hail are Somer set people sojourning at Crab Orchard Mr John Wesley are at Olympian Springs Casey county 4 Somerset t rr GEORGE D HOPPER JR Is quite sickCONN BROWN of Mt Vernon was hero Friday Miss LETTLB WEBB of Louisville Is with Mrs R M Newland Miss Luc n COOPER visited Mrs George Robinson at Richmond MR T D CARTER of Mobile Ala is visiting his parents at Moreland WILLIE THOMPSOM of Mt Vernon is with his sister Mrs L R Hughes MRS W R DILLION of London was with her sister Mrs Joseph Coffey Miss MARY L OBRYAN of Owens boro was the guest of Miss Ella May SaundersMiss ROGERS of Bradfords vllle who has been with Mrs J L Jar vis went to Knoxville Saturday MESDAMES C R MARTIN of Dan ville and Frank Henryott of Louis ville are with Mrs M M Sweeney- A GOOD picture of Miss Katherine Harris the pretty little daughter of J Randolph Harris of this place appear ed In Saturdays CourierJournal MRS E B RITCHIE and son George of Mineral Wells Texas and Mrs Geo P Maury of Joplin Mo are with their parents Mr and Mrs J N Men efec Miss RODERTA OBANNON will enter tam n at her home on Lancaster street next Monday afternoon from 4 to 6 in honor of Miss Ruth Putnam of Mild ison county n LOCALS WEDDING and graduating presents of I quality at Muellers I TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton advertiseg ment Ho is going to adopt system and ho tells how he can save you money AN examination preparatory to entering State College Lexington will held in my office July 1C and 17 Singleton Supt I TUB directors of the Lincoln County Fair are requested to meet in tho of the First National Bank at 3 Friday afternoon FOR RENT Suite of rooms in Odd Fellows building just vacated by lion J N Saunders Also storeroom in that building Ed Wilkinson i MB M S BAUCHMAN addresses a card to tho democrats of Lincoln coun ty this issue It is racy reading as ou patrons will find out by a perusal of it MINNIE olddaughter of Fred Ollls a section man of Rowland died y Sunday and was burled at Goshen The little girl had been blind from her birth FOR SALE Nowflve room cottage lot contains one acre located in Crab Orchard For price aud terms writs Maurice M Perkins Crab Orchard Ky 1 1 TilE L N offers a reduced rate 0 ono faro plus 25c for the roundtrip to tho Lincoln County Fair which will b I held at Stanford beginning Wcdnesd week July 21st Tickets on sale from Richmond Lebanon Corbin and all in termediate points TUB Mt Vernon Signal and tho Louis ville Times will oblige tho Lincoln Coun ty Fair Association by stating that the fair will be held at Stanford July 21 three days rather Man July 31three days as those papers have been pub lishing in their fair lists I I SAMPSON Mr C B Sampson die In Mercer county last week He mov ed from Lincoln county some 10 or years ago He was a brotherln law Mr John N Menefee and Mrs T D Newland Mr Sampson leaves a wife and several children He was a clever man and a splendid citizen THINGS are getting in readiness for the best fair ever held in Lincoln coun ty Tomorrow week the show will begin and wo predict that the best lot of stock seen in this section in years will be on hand Get your business in shape so that you can go tho JUrat day and do likewise the second and hird TUB old Carpenters Houao near the depot has been very unsightly since it was partially burned some two years ago but it is much more so since the wooden awning fell some weeks ago movejlu DOESNT that bathroom in Warner window remind you that you need one AN infant daughterTA Brent oftho Goshen section died Sunday and was buried at Goshcn FOR SALETwwohouses lots and I one vacant lot in Crab Orchard Apply Dr A S Price Stanford TAXES taxbookfar 1909 are now ready Come In and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff NOTICE TAXPAYERSFive per cent penalty added to school tax August 20 1909 Settle with W II Wearen or myself L R Hughes Treasurer MR T J CULTON tho Crab Orchard attorney is a candidate for the repub Bean nomination for State Senator and he will present his claims at tho con vention here Saturday 1 PROF SMITII of Richmond will de liver an illustrated lecture on Nature Study at the Graded School building on Wednesday evening Admission free and everybody invited THOSE owing Dr BCook will greatly oblige him by calling and sett ling with MrJohn II Shanks at as early a date as possible The doctor is too 31 to call on those who owo him To PAYERsAll people owing me back taxes must pay by Aug 1 1909 or they will be advertised in INTERIOR JOURNAL and pay for cost of same Maurice M Perkins Crab Orchard Ky 21 YEARS Hugh Thompson who killed his nephew Fred Garrison in Ca sey was given 21 years in tho penitentiary We understand that he will take an appeal Judgo M C Saufley of this place defended Mr Thompson THE bridge over Drakes Creek on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike obWednesday will be repaired and put in place by the Empire Bridge Co at a cost of 250 Thompkinsk brought along his famous pack of fox hounds and extends a general invitation to the fox hunters of this section to have their dogs meet his in a chase Fox hunting each Tuesday and Frida evening To MAMMOTHCAVBLincoln count 20thronly 985 tho roundtrip This includes railroad fare board at the hotel and admission to the severe 1 routes of the I cave going on regular train Some rate applies from all stations in the county Via Lebanon Junction One night for promenade and dance See L N agent RALPH the bright little son of Mr and Mrs E T Carter of Evansville Ind died of locked bowels Saturday broughtfJulia Hughes Sunday night The in cemeteryyat the grave by Roy D M Walker j Every heart in the community goes out to tho parents in tho loss of tho little fellow who was loaned to them forsuch a short period SUPPOSE twdtixene of Stan ford devote an hour or so to cleanin up their premises this week so tha the town will present a good appea- ance during the fair It will cost neith anda best town on the map Lets all unite Spotlessfup Is being done for goodness sake dont throw the rubbish on tho roadsides in the town limits TilE will of TRobinson which was probated yesterday gives to his wife his residence in Hustonvillo and in addition to this the same interest in the rest of his estate that tho law gives to widows where there is no will that is one half of the personalty absolutely and ono third of tho real estate for life One sixth of the balance Is given to each of his brothers A C Robinson and J C Robinson tho same to go to the children in the event of the death of either before his The remainder of his estate is divided equally among the IB children of his brothers and sisters who died before he did His wife Mrs Minnie B Robtnson and JB Paxton are named as executor errf J M Pettus has several good brood marcs for sale NEW wash suits new wash coats and wash skirts Severance Son MRS WARREN LLAME an aged lady of the West End died Sunday night ANDERSONS Comedians will show in their big tent hero fair week They carry a strong vaudeville show LOST between Hustonvllle and Stan ford yesterday a box containing ladys hat J D Swope Hustonville T GARRARD county democrats nominat ed J 0 Bogie for Representative He is a sonIn law of Thomas D Best of Moreland and is a good man Tim Atlanta optician Hawke will be in Crab Orchard at Lyno Bros Drug Store two days Wednesday and Thursday July 14th and 15th Eye sight tested free and glasses sold at a reasonable price This is a good op portunity to meet this practical opti clan Remember the dates and place NOTICE Tho a clnlmi the estate ol Dinbflnervntlobbw111pleasepresentthem- I properly proven to me Aug SO 1VW Him Aim Conn Kxor Danville Ky DRIPPING SPRINGS P O Crab Orchard Ky I I toHpenrsFisher Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Omce M Insure with me and be fully protected Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt the November term HVTIn the action of Para Williams etc Hgulnut H II Caldwell Jr etc the un deriguedComtnlsfonerwillonMONDAY county court dRY nt about I rraln front of the courthouse door In Lllwrty Ky offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and theyCreek In Casey county Kr owned by J It 1 nt the of lids death and thus de ofywood thence H 3 1poles to 3 white oaks cor ner ol a survey of Charles VanDeveer W 81 pole to whlto oak ROll black gumwlth Van Mewer lint HIS W 61 poles to a hickory and w hlto O1 on II branch thence up the tame H 40 W 200 pole tn R chestnut and MpanIHnowlIn with Know lino iapoles to n chestnut tree and maple thence N S8 W M poles tort white oak N27polestoastake In laid Gay line- S 7rt V to the beglnnlngcontnlnlnginoacres Rand with good security for the title price will he required of the purchaser to tbe Commissioner boring legal Merest from date of ale until paid secured by lien on the land end having the force and effect of n judgment J n PAXTON M O L00- 1I K Tnylor Atty for Plaintiff Blue Grass Farm for Sale 1 In obedience to n judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered at the Novem her term 1803 In the action of O J Crows administrator against O J Crows heirs and creditors the undersigned commissioner will at the mansion bouse on the premises at about 11 AM on- WKUNESDAY AUG 4 um highesttliustonvdllerand thus described I beginning at Intersec TurnersdInterI die of Btanford se6 teet thence N 5434 E6isfeetthenceI4b7y K 453feetthence N7 y IH711 toot hence N- ItH E III feet thence N 2BU J5 fart feet thence N 3t H B 8S J teen to Murphy line thence leaving center of pike with his line N fiujf lWJ feet to a stone his corner thence with line of tame N 37 H K 1447 feet to tone corner to Cash tract thence that line N M W 1010 feet to a stone his corner H 1J4 W 4U7 feet to his corner thence line of seine N 70 W Ste feet to Hocker corner plkoInKM feet to center of old road beet corner McUormack A Carson thence NKrJj E 1361 feet with McCormacki line to take thence H 8 W l8U feet to black walnut stump thence B so K 6S1 feet thence S B Iii feet to locust tree at tCJormllck corner plkonenfeet thence H III i K 814 oot thence 8 144 B YT4 ee to beginnIng containing 7 Ifl0 acreThe farm is on a good turnpike is near shipping station on two railroads and con venient to schools and churches It con tain a twostory frame Swelling and out TERMS The sate will be made on a cred it of 0 and IX month In equal installments and the purchaser mUlL give bond with thoecomissionerhbearin6percentInter- est from date of tale until paid having the force and effect of Judgment and secured by lien on the land oJB PAXTON MO L0 0 M 0 Baney Atty for Plaintiff L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin 1 Very Low Prices I Dont fail to ace our Oxfords before buying We have the lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Patents Tans Vicis Oxfords Ac 350 Oxford Special 269 300 Oxford 229 ti 250 Oxford J98 rx 150 Oxford J 19f 125 Oxford L05 20 PER CENT OFF on nil Childrens Slippers You will 1 findour prices on everything else in proportion to these HUGHES MARTIN CO Goods Notions Shoes jDry KENTUCKY 1909 1909 Camp Meeting At Jumbo Ky Tho Green River Holiness Camp Meeting will convene on JULY 15 TO 20 1000 which will be its Fifth Annual Encampment This camp is located oq Green River four miles from McKinney and six miles from Stan ford Ky nestled in a beautiful little valley surrounded by the Green River hills MINISTERIAL HELPRev J C Johnson and wife of Wilmore Ky will do the preaching principally These servants of God arc indeed excellent evangelists Do not fail to hear them orhan1st secure an orchestra whichwill add to the musical feature ACCOMMODATIONSWe will run in connection with the camp a firstclass Dining Hall where board can be had at reasonable rates bweek or single meal There will be a small gate fee of lOo on Saturdays and Sundays to pay the running expenses of the camp Hacks will bo run from McKinney and Stanford to the Camp Ground at a reasonable charge 1JPURPpSE OF MEETING Wo desire to Glorify God and do what we can to up His Kingdom on Earth Will you not try to help us in anyway you can Be sure and come Build you a cottage or rent you a tent move and be with us all through the meeting This years camp will be wo trust the best we have had For further particulars write to Clarence J Sipple London Kyor Dr Frank Grider McKinney Ky- CLARENCE J SIPPLE President and Secretary A CASK STORE AFTER AUGuST 1ST Beginning Aug 1 1009 we shall go on a strictly CASH basis and give no We are making this change for several excellent reasons and only after carefully considering all sides of the question We believe it will be in every way a distinct gain to our customers even more than to ourselves In a cash business all losses on bad accounts for whatever cause are avoided bookkeeping and collection expenses are done away with there II no possibility of disputes and wrangles over accounts the merchant always hat ready monoy to buy goods at the lowest spot cash prices and to profit by all discounts for cash To make for these losses and various expenses we have been forced to charge enough for our goods to cover them by the profits Every store doing business on a credit basis must do thisor quit The of this community want low prices they want us to meet outside competition to which they must pay cash We can do it easily on a cask basil in fact can guarantee you at least a good 10 per cent saying on your purchases compared with the put of policy does not mean a sacrifice of quality or going back on the standards we have set ourselves In every single Item we can and shall give you better goods for tho same price or the same article for less This change too implies no question of or reflection on anyones ability to pay what he honestly owes or his willingnessIt simply us the meant to serve all our customers better The generous patronage have given us wo appreciate we want you to continue it and shall make it richly worth your much closer prices a cash business will enable us to quote MATT ENGLEMAN Mt Salem Ky rHighest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE f in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead tl H B NORTHGOTT Stanford I 7 55 The Interior Journal tottredinthe PwlOjfJc At Stanford sa tetradclaH mailer 1 L N TIME THBLE No 21 South112s r X- NoWl4outblIrt11A Y- No24Nortb4t0A x Noa North67 r x NoI710lTAx No5SWP X JOS S RICE Agent FOR SALE Large and small wheat corn and tobac forms level rich nn i free from itom largl residence and born good railroad connec lions Can otter a bargain at sis to JCO an ncre Longtime payments ULAKLEY Bowling Green Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale IMeslre to sell privately my tock or Gro ceries and Hardware Doing a good bus zees Will invoice about Ufa Reason ill health GEO P HOPPKU Stanford Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building I Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching instantly xnd destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable taedidnt All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by u tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whetbora low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality nt which plainly Indicate they were made toyour measure I will also take your measure lor extra trousers fancy vesta top coats nnd overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant elief and permanently cures any form of Itching Skin or Scalp disease Al Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE= FARM FOR SALE I granlandthe Stanford pike Improvements nnd fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKlnney halt under fence plenty of water nnd good tobacco land Hee grow ngcrop JAGIVKNHAgent CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEIt I can furnish the public with the best n well ns the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have kinds of vegetables on land at reasonable prices CIIRIBTMAN4ilt5l NHOUHE- SEDltlrnllARzPaon Stanford Ky t YOUR WDDLHID- ESAAD FURS a GinsengGolden are Dealers and can do better for merchantsReerence Write for weekly price list and shipping tags furnish wool bags free M SABEL SONS JCSTABUtHKD IN lees 29 EMatketSt LOUISVILLE KY e J L Beazley CoJ Undei tatters and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Given Them a Call Prices Right STA1tFORDeKENTUCKY J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InlHarneM Saddled STANFORD KY QBM n M MT HOlM Pbese B M1WSKOT1S A tornado at Ortonvllle Minn demot shed two houses killing Philip De Crib J T Cameron proprietor of the Cameron Milling Company dropped dead at Corrollton- A driver named Curtis was thrown from his wagon and killed at Winches ter during a runaway The wets carried Bristol Va in a local option election by a majority of 32 out of 844 votes cast Sidney Pope of Harlan county was given two years for complicity in the killing of Toulbee Howard eaJahn D Rockefeller increased his donations to the General Education Board by a gift of The contract for 10000000Ibuilding at Versailles Chicago contractor Thirteen prisoners escaped from the Paducah jail They gained their liberty by drilling a hole through the wall Stark county Ohio in which Canton is situated went wet in a local op tion election ty a majority of about 4000Broughton Brandenburg accused of enticing away James S Cabanno III was released from jail at St Louis on bond of 1000 A dispatch from Afton New Mexico says Outlaws attacked ten Texas horse buyers and it is believed killed nine of the men Union men and their families are refusing to patronize the postoffice at Howell Ind because mail carriers are riding on street cars during the Evant ville strike Paris Cunningham and Henry Mc Fetridge were drowned in White River at Princeton Ind when the horse which they were driving plunged over a steep bank into the swollen stream IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J B Robinson is dead in the Buena Vista section of Garrard The Lancaster base ball team defeat ed Wilmore 5 to 3 at Lancaster Friday The 12yearold son of Vest Barnhill of Williamsburg was run over and killed by a coal car Charles W Metcalf of Pineville was elected president of the Kentucky State Paducahj diedat Richmond of lockjaw caused by a small splinter penetrating under his kneecap A mile of railroad track and a bridge were washed away by a cloudburst in Whitley county The damage will reach 50000 Joe Hilton a K C brakeman whose rnme is at Richmond was caught between the cars at Brush Crest and seri ously injured Daniel K Pearsons a Chicago millionaire who has given a great deal j f money to colleges including 150000 to Berea college Madison county will- i make his final bow next April when he will have reached his 90th birthday lie will give away all of his money on that- I day Gov Willson refused to grant a par don to Leonard Smallwood sentenced to the penitentiary for life for the kill ing of Millard Hughes in Laurel coun ty stating one pardon for killing a man was enough Smallwood having been set free by Gov Bradley for the killing of brother three months before the secI and crime was committed FARMERS DEPARTMENT For Sale six Southdown bucks J C Lynn Stanford FOR SAia40 or CO barrels of corn B Foster Stanford The barn of R F Rives in Christian county and 75 tons of hay was destroy I by lightning- E S Powell Son will have one or more of Almont Daress colts at the fair hero next week Fon SALE Pure bred Shropshire yearling and lamb rams E G Bck ley Stanford Ky Phone 864 4t Ben Bright bought the R Q Davis farm of 260 acres on the Lexingtcn pike 2i miles from Danville at 10050 Commissioner Lee Currey sold tie Sam Forsythe farm Monday to Ara J 3 well for 11280 10 It contains 205 aeresTHarrodsburg Herald- A stallion recently purchased by Clarence H Mackay of New York for 5000 trie4 to shake a fly off its neck by rearing in the air The horse fell breaking its neck STANFORD COURT There were about 150 cattle on the market yesterday all of which changed hands The cattle sold at 2 to 4Jc There were about HCO sheep which went at a fraction over 5 The horse and mule market was reglstered1high young two year old heifers and three bulls J B and Jamie G Carpenter Crab Orchard Ky MATRIMONIAL M S Carter a widower aged Stand Mrs Mary Elizabeth Poe aged 50 were married at Bowling Green Mrs Elvira Sydnor Miller Slaughter thartried in Cincinnati Saturday After a number of postponements the bride changing her mind about the important matter a half doeenot more times I The Great I Danville Fair Aug OIII36 Four Days of Pleasure and Entertainment Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section Best Fair in Central Kentucky 3500 Will be Given Away in Premiums and Purses I Excursion Rates on all Roads Special Train to and From Somerset Each Day TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET NORTHIlOUXD Leaves Somerset 02 am Science Hill 041 am Pulaski047 am- Enbanks 057 am- Wayuesburg 1004 am Kings Mountain 1011 am South Forkl017nmMcKinney 1026 am- Morelaml 1035 am Bowen 1040 am Junction City1046amArrive in Danville 1057 am BOUTHllOUNI Leave 60011111Juuction Bolt en 613 pal Morelaml 61R JIm McKinney 627 pal South Fork 633 pnl mugs Mountain 641 pm Waynesburg 148 pun Eubanks 655 pm Iulaski i04 pm Science Jill 100 1IIl Arrive at Somerset i10 prig T B BRIGHTPres I M DUNNSec BEGINNING JULY 1st aheVOWILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO andAllNew York 92800 Atlantic Cltyjsjj 25 50 Abury Park 23 80 Long Branch NJ 1 2380 Ocean Grore NJ T 2J80 Spring Grove N Y 23 80 Sea Girt NJ 23 80 cpe May N J 26 IS DeenCityNJ J 2580 30 00 andO3000 3000 3000j 3000 30 00 GOOD 30 DAYS LIBERAL STOPOVERS On sale every day Round trip Tickets New York and Boston rail and water going one route and returning another Good 30 dayi etop oven allowed Roundtrip tickets to all mountain and summer resorts Good Oct 31 50ISct1600oyerFor full information call on or address GEO W BARNEY D P A KyWilliam Use Arnol s BaniMade Buggies There ore plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting firet class work 810 phaetons 1 812 surreys 814 and up accord ing to the size Per set buggy steel tine boat quality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 pence rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined- at 810 Buggies recovered in loather and relined for 825 Rubber tires he best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 J est Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trade IT M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY U J Our hue of Men Boys and Childrens Clothing U Moro complete thantever bctore Como to see them before buying clwwhcrc SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY The Guessing Contest on Our I Soap Window is Increasing DonttMiss It oJ n- b P weH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky I have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the bee wagon on the market for the money See them before buying as there has been a grcntjniprovcmout in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD K- YMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium + Hustonville Ky J Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SELECTION we have ever shown Styles tip to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo also stato that 1 our Spring Lino Is now complete To save money como and see and be convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoo for Ladies Misses ami Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilanan and Walkover line are humniers and are strictly reliable Yours fur an ItnsLtkinI CIIAIUM WiiKKrER JsIIational Junk f Stanford JtyO- rjanuHct 882 Capital Sleek ISo 000 Surplus and Wndloidd2ror11 120 000 1 has paid in DioiJands alneo Organization Jt2f 500 mail 7u jfeoounit on Our 44r1a OFFICERS S Hocker President- S T Hernia VicepresldeatIJoha J H cashr1W o DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughraan M D Elmira J M Pettus t H C Baughman J F Cummins STHarris 1100 Robinson W BOBaonoa J S Mocker J 0 E Tate 11