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STANFORD, KY., JULY 21 t. , 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. TO THE DEMOCRATS OF COUNTY. LIN-COLN bers of It did not even know of their nave been fairly nominated, then, as n existence or nature. In the Harrison matter of course, the committee would county case, the petitions were duly dismiss my contest. considered by the committee, and the The statute and party laws provide Inasmuch ns Mr. McCarty. my oppocount refused because they were not for such a trial. The Circuit Court, primary election, has pubnent In the filed in time. In my case, the petitions after a full hearing of the facts, has so lished as an advertisement, with his were not considered at all. This was ad- ordered. Mr. McCarty has tho "utmost comments thereon, tho opinion of tho mitted on the trial, and Judgo Bell so confidence in the fairness of the com Appeals In tho Harrison counCourt of decided. So the Harrison County case mittee" yet notwithstanding all of this, ty case, and has sent to each member sustains Judgo Bell. No person, whose he executes a bond and thus stops and the County Committee a letter, of conception of fair dealing is not blunt- prevents the committee from hearing to explain why he has wherein ho tiles ed by selfish interest, will contend that and deciding the contest. hearing and deprevented them from I the decision of the Circuit Court, was Accepting as true, his statement, ciding my contest of his nomination, not for justice and the right. But let there can be but ono inference drawn 1 publish this card. think it proper that It be admitted that the cose will be re- from his acts, and that is that he does I'rimary elections In this State are versed by the Appellate Court, how not want that "fairness of the comby law. They aro held by regulated will this reversal affect the merits of mittee. The languago of his letter, but tho manner the party authorities, my contest? Such reversal could only and his act preventing the committee of holding, the qualifications of voters, bu based upon the ground that the court from hearing the facts, conclusively and all contests, arislnc thereunder, had no right to order the committee to show that he is afraid of the facts and Tho law ore reflated by law. hear my contest. It would not disprove does not wnnt "fairness." that the county committee shall my charges of fraud, or bu any evi Nowhere in his advertisement or let board of contest and constltuto a rules appeal to, or havu any consideration at dence whatever that I was not fairly ter does he claim that ho was fairly to It the power to establish The advertisement and the hands of my opponent, since his nominated. The record of the Circuit nominated. for the trial of such contest. and In the manner, sole and only purpose and effort has Court will ever stand. This judgment letter ore simply burdened with "de Within tho tlmo n hearing and trial of is that no trial of my contest was ever cisions" but nowhere in either is there provided by tho law, I travo Mr Mc- been to prevent had. This record will forever show even an intimation of "justice or fair notice that I would contest his the contest. Carty I havu dono nothing in secret. My that Mr. McCarty refused to meet tho ness." for tho olllceof right to the nomination I believe that I received a majority - charges of fraud and false returns are charges of fraud or allow tho facts to sheriff. In this notice. I sot forth Indebe heard. In case the decision of tho of the legal votes in tho primary elec- - j -jjrounds of my contest, giving contained in my notice of contest, nnd tail, the I have pleadings, on file in my suit. 1 Circut Court is reversed, Mr. McCarty tion and was fairly nominated. tho names of Illegal voters, and stating in the Illegal only demand the right to prove the would stand just where he does no- w- followed the law and party rules, cs- tho facts, showing them to be I am prevented holding n certificate of nomination, lauusneu uy wtsaom ana justice, i nave .voters. 1 also charged that tho ballots fraud as charged and hands of tho from dolnit so by my opiwncnt. Ho charged to be the result of fraud, and sought nothing but the facts tho fair in the boxes, then in tho afraid to meet the charges before a thing. committee, showed that I had received does not want the facts heard. I proposed to Mr. McCarty From tho very beginning of tho con- committee, u majority of whom are his before of legal votes. I tho highest number in his supporters. In addition to his adver filing my contest that we agree to have n.kMl nml demanded of tho commltto n test he has done everything lettho committee count the ballots and r ihm rnntpat a hearing of power to prevent a trial and hearing of tisement, Mr. McCarty sends out a 1..-.I tho facts. If there ever was unyjdoubt ter to each member of the committee. abide the result. This he declined. IKa facts. as to the truth of my grounds of con- trying to explain away his perfectly proposed to him in public before the Tho party law, as established and reunquestionably doubt the committee to held test, .,ito,t i,v ih State convention, 1303, movedsuch his lastisact, in preventing the obvious and perfectly manifest purpose committeo to allow and end the con in preventing the committeo from try recount tho ballots by lllh, in i.riniTtnn. Kv.. on Juno committee from hearing thu contest ing the contest, as provided by law and test. This ho declined. I proposed, provides that in case of contest, "the Committee, trying such upon tho fucts ns ordered by Judgo tho party rules. In this letter ho says, after Judge Bell's decision, to abide thu County Central "I am very confident that tho court of result of n recount of the ballots, and In Hell. contest, shall, upon application. Tho opinion of tho Court of Appeals, appeals will uphold tho action of the to waive nil formalities and take the writing of not less than ten per cent, of in the Harrison County cuse, and which committeo heretofore taken, and in case to the Court of Appeals, and have vfc v& tt tho democratic voters, participating in my opponent publishes with comment, view of tho fact that Mr. Baughman it decide tho case at once, before its open the such primary, in ono precinct, as an udvcrliscment instead of signing has intimated that ho would not abide adjournment. This he declined. I also ballot box, uacd in such precinct, and committee, should proposed and offered to stop the contherein In order that his name, thereto, contains no new by the action of tho count tho ballots by tho principle and is not in conllict with the they meet next Monday, but would test and abide tho result of a count of any fraud, or error practiced bring another suit against tho com- the ballots, in his home precinct, where decision of Judge Hell. election olTIcers. may bo discovered and I have never contended that tho de mittee, or tako some other step, tend- his brother was a challenger nnd called count made by tho corrected; and tho cision of tho County Committee, upon a ing to confuso matters, I feel that it is off the ballots, when they were counted, committee shall tako tho placo of tho trial of tho contest was not final, or best to havo the case reviewed by tho and where I had only ono election of by tho precinct election count made ficer, and ho was denied by the other that it could be appealed from or cor- court of appeals." officers. Such nppllcatlon to bo mado I never intimated anything. I simp- officers, a recount of tho ballots, after rected by any Court. My contention ten days after such election." within has, all of tho while, been that the ly stuted to his attorneys, in plain lan- tho ballots had bocn so called off. This In compliance with this provision of addition to my committee had never heard or decided guage that tho Statute and party law ho declined. His refusal to accept any the party law, and in tho contest. Judgo Hell sustained my required tho committeo to hear my con- one of my various offers, show that he notice of contest, I also filed with tho contention and did so, after hearing all test and tho Circuit Court had so order- is so afraid of tho facts. He has defrom voters. In committee, petitions proof. His decision was based upon ed, that I demanded nothing more, and layed the settlement of the contest unStanford I'recinct, No. 1, Wavncsburjr. He would submit to nothing less. I stated til tho 3rd Monday in September, and nroven and admitted facts. and 3, and Hustonvlile, No. 1, thu Nos. 2 used In was perfectly fnmiliar with the Beat' that I would uso all legal means to com- until such later dato, as the Court may ballot-boxeasking that tho pel the committeo to hear my contest. decido the case. bal-- i. ley case, so copiously cited in tho Hartheso precincts bo opened and tho Now if tho committeo had met as or I will continue my fight for the right, These petitions rison County case, and never based his ,BroIn counted. to dered, and tried tho contest and de- and if the party finds itself in confusion and filed in strict opinion upon any right of the Court were framed, signed correct or control tho decision of the cided it, cither for me or against me, at the November election as to its compliance with tho nbovn pariy iaw. tho contest. this trial would havo been the end of it. a Afpr tho Aline of my notico of con committeo upon as trial ofclearly estab- Then and in that event what step could nominee for sheriff, then it can not was censuro me, for I havo from the begincommittee Ho simply held, test and these petitions, tho lished by the proof, that thero had been I take, or what suit could I bring ning only demanded a hearing of my r.l without any trial, or even a m KENTUCKY. no trial or decision of the contest, a "tending to confuse matters." Abso- contest. consideration of tho petitions, filed un M. S. Baughman. was, by fact, well known to overy person in tho lutely none. Suits aro based upon legal der th'e party law, my contest rights, and a trial of the contest by tho community. hear-In- g a voto of seven to live, refused a Col. Marcellus Pointer, prominent Attain, in thu casu advertised und committee, and its decision is final. It and trial. during the Civil War ns a staff officer Circuit commented upon by Mr. McCarty, the Bcems to mu that tho language of Mr. I then filed, In tho Lincoln contestant, as appears from tho opin- McCarty is not qulto accurate and that under Gen. Joo Wheeler, and of late Court, a suit against tho members of ion, had attempted to comply with the he would have been mora candid, had years a supposedly successful railway the County Committee, wherein I pray- party law, and so have tho committee he said that he was afraid of the facts, promoter, was found dead In a Bowery Kentucky. Of In New York, from apoed tho Court to compel tho commlttco open the ballot boxes and count tho and afraid the committeo might do as lodging-houshoar my contest, as prowere letters to meet and ballots therein, but it was decided by provided by law and party rules, and so plexy. Among his effects vided by law and party rules. Gen. Wheeler commending him hearing the committee, after full consideration, hear my contest, and count the ballots, from Uell, after Tho Court-Judg- e that he had not complied with the par- and that for these reasons, he had pre- for bravery. all of tho proof offered by tho parties, ty law, in that ho had not filed his pe- vented the committeo from meeting on Objections to the discharge in banknot been decided that my contest had titions In time, and so a recount of the Monday and had carried the case to the or tried and granted tho prayer ballots was refused. This action of the Court of Appeals. There can be no ruptcy of Horry Kendall Thaw were heard t, W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, filed in tho United States District Court H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT of my petition, and so entered a was upheld by the Court and other reason, or sane excuse given for at Pittsburg by J. G. Graham, of New-bur- 3. J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. directing the committee to meet committee B. PAXTON, J. properly so. It was conceded in that his appeal of the case. Again, he says N. Y. For tho first time during on Monday. July 5th 1909, and hear my case that contestant had the right, upon in his letter, "I have the utmost con H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER n contest. On Saturday afternoon, July compliance with the party law, to have fidence in the fairness of the committee the bankruptcy proceedings the quet-tioHVYS FOSTER, CLERK. of the sanity of Thaw was raised. 3rd Just one day before the date, fixed omeoTOftsi ballots counted, but he had not and have always been willing to abide for'the meeting. Mr. McCarty stopped the The most costly tomb in existence is J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford committee, by exe complied, and so was not entitled to by their decision." th meetlna of the This, in view of his acts, Is Indeed a that which was erected to the memory have a recount. John B. FoBter, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Rati- cuting a bond and carrying the case to Now, In my case, there was no ques- strange sttment, If he has the "ut- of Mohammed. The diamonds and kin, Laucaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Appeaw. " vuuri uo the Court of as to the legality of the petitions, most confidence," then why does he ex- rubies used in the decorations are said Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Laucaster; W. t convene until the 3rd Monday In tion nr to their being filed In time. The ecute a bond to prevent the committee to be worth $10,000,000. H. Cummins, I'reachenville; Lilbura HO noiniBg can row var from hearing the case I If the facts aa ; Goocb, Gilbert Creek. rf.ijunui Libbey cut glM at Mueller's, eWtred by the coMaaltte. Sememe. prove and the ballots, show him to dsridsjA by the Out of Appean pro-vid- dolo-Kat- The provisions of the statute and party law aro wise and just, and made, as stated In the party law. "in order that any fraud or error practiced by the election officers, may be discovered Theso laws wcro and corrected." mado to accuro 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 wiso provisions of the law. From the very beginning of my contest, I have taken every step, in the manner provided by law. There or even has not been any contention, an intimation that I havo not tracked the law, in every detail. The legislature and the party authorities undertook, in their wisdom and justice, to secure fairnesss and correct fraud, but neither of these virtues of the legis lature and party authorities seem to summer SlIllS Monarch Shirts i 1- Linen Collars, GUARANTEED HOSIERY ir New colors. Cummins & Weareti, STANFORD. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, Capital. Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 judg-men- g, K, u A.w.i.krs - R f The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON fe SrEAKiNO of evading Issue!, no one has to ostensibly Jono the evasion act ns the Advocate. They first attack the whirlwind campaign movement, then they mako an artful dodge to Normal Schools and In the last they present a chaotic mass of these two and the Bill, which Is not a Sullivan Rill further than being presented by that most excellent gentleman and states man. We can successfully deny the chargo of evasion and if the Advocate will publish the article from issue of July C in I. J. your subscribers will most assuredly corroborate tho statement. In any event we hold that evasion is a superior trait to misrepresentation. In conversation with a Doyle county citizen 15 or 20 teachers were named who were teaching in Boyle five years ago and are still following that vocation, however penurious the State may be with her pedagogues. Again we believe that more than three citizens of Boyle are for tho new educational measures; for we are not prone to think that the Danville denias to opzens are so pose a measure which has for years bettered school conditions in the States and territories where it has been operated. It Is a fact, gathered from reliSul-liv- I I a V able statistics, not "from arather careful poll." that every State and territory over which floats the Star Spangled Banner has one or more Normal Schools, the most progressive from 15 to 20. In every leading foreign country, as well as in our own U. S., the policy now being pursued by Kentucky is approved and carried out. In fine the judgment of the civilized world and of its educators and statesmen is for the system opposedlby 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 yaars. We are rather surprised that such asinine questions are.raised by the Advocate 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 instruc tion. In other words "Teach the young ilea how to shoot, or the young idea will "I am very lonely," wrote inpretty a to is employed hoot you."oi Better teachers, better Mrs. Raleigh, who Richmond, Va., and schools and a more united effort on the bacr.o factory at Owing to unci unntlnn to lie hnv awiiy from hum .omw part of public, pulpit and press is the placed it in a package of tobacco.' C. tltfcliltnl to rent my thl. uuiui4r. 1 Itlvtr Dlx Worthingham, in far off Alaska, Holler Mill, ilrlwn l,y wtiu-- mul ultimate aim of the leaders of the new J. wopower. (Jood locution. Mill In tlrt-cm- . movement. Will the Advocate aid in bought the package, wrote to the condition. man, who responded, photographs were W. II.THAYI.Oll. this worthy cause or will they with a H. K. I). No. 4, Htuntoril, Ky. very limited number of periodicals op- exchanged, both professed love, and successful miner, pose a forward movement which should the Alaskan, who is a is en route to claim a bride, who is not be nearest the hearts of all true Ken- which should entuckians. Aid and let the blot of illit- 25 and pretty. All of courage despairing maids, as it shows eracy be stamped out and depredations To weak and atilnf wrrmto. than ii at lean oo there are many ways of securing a husof such class be stopped? war, two old regular one of waytobelp. But with thatlocal, one treatment, U conitltu. muit be combined. One li Who but the teacher is the founda- band besides the but looking pretty and waiting to be asked, UonaLHnoop both an Important, both aweptlal. tion of the school system? What can a Kisnt Ltire u tna Local. vt. Dr. Bhoop'f RettoraUra. the CbtuUtutional. our friend'mcan when he says this mon a topical Cure Senator Paynter was sick and pair The lormer Dr. Shoop'i Nlfht remedy,Uwhile ey should'be given to the masses? It ed with Senator Guggenheim, of Col mucous membraaa suppoaltorj an Internal Dr. tihoop'i KbttoiatlT U wholly is the teacherjwho is the mental and orado, when the Aldrich tariff bill pass The Reetoratlra reaches throus hoot the enure intern, aeeklnt moral leaderfof every school, rural or ed 45 to 34, but as the result would not all Usiua, and all blood the repair oi all nam. ailment. The "Nlfht Cure", lu name otherwise.and why is the money not go- be changed. Senator Bailey suggested work while you sleep.a It soothes lmpflaa. fee Ita sore and Inflaming to the masses? We fully agree that that Guggenheim vote if he wanted to ed mucous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and discharges, while the Restorative, eases nervous the children are all not in school and and he did. Mclnerny, of Louisiana, excitement, aires renewed Tlxor and ambition, builds up wasted tissue, bruising about renewed that the compulsory law is not enforc- was the only democrat who strength, vigor, and energy. Take Dr. Stoop's ed. Whose fault is it? The object of voted for the shameful bill, while 10 KestoratlTe Tablets or Liquid afa general tonle systsas. for posture local help, use as wall the Whirlwind Campaigns, which the republicans had the courage to vote to the Advocate berates, is to stir up such against it. The passage of such a bill public sentiment that all school legislaought to sound the doom of the repub tion will be carried out; for a law with- lican party, and would if it were not so out public sentiment back of it is only strongly intrenched in power. half a law. Local option, as Danville PENNY'S DRUG STORE. citizens well know, is of no effect unBooker Washington, the most sen less public sentiment is such as to see sible man of his race, never said a more that the law is enforced in said districts sensible thing when he said in an adand we are glad to note that such senti- dress to the Negroes at Montgomery, ment aeems to exist in your good town. Ala., the other day: "Since the eman We do aver that it is the fault of the cipation proclamation by Abraham LinLexington, Ky. people and not of the law. The Htate University, Lexington, Ky., or coln there has been no benefit confer And thlsfbrlngs to mind another top- red upon the Negroes of the South (ere the following courses, namely. Aurlcul. turnl, Mecuuolcul Knslneerlng.Ulvll Kngl. ic which seems to prevail In the mind equal to that conferred by the closing neering. mecincui r.nginvunng. aiming soven Hclentino Kuitlneerlnr. and that Is the small crowds which our up of barrooms throughout these South- cour.es, each Classical and of which extendi over four yenrsund lewis to a llacbelor's degree; also contemporary avows attended the edu- ern States." n ueuariuiem oi utw inu s iwpsnment OI Kducatlon, which last has been established cational rallies. This fact, if It be so, Instead of the Normal Hcliool. Persons who only shows the greater need of some the six cent tax on tobacco in the enter this department prepare for advanced If cycloniclmovement to get the citizens hands of the grower is finally removed, work In pedagogy and are granted a llacbelor's degree In this subject when couiplet interested in raising our State from its as both Houses have voted to do, the ed. The Academy for preparatory Instruc- lost condition educationliy. Is it not so? growers will owe a debt of gratitude to nun is reiaineu. County appointees receive free tuition, of residence in the dormitories, The small crowds were not due to Congressmen James and Stanley and privilege light, traveling expenses, fuel and It they much to hostility as to gross indiffer-- , Senators Paynter and Bradley, but remain 10 cumecutlve monlhi.or one colleg. lute enee. And you know In sacred writ more to the latter as because of his The laboratories and museum are large, well equipped, comprehensive and modern. there is a sentiment expressed because politics, he is able to do with the pres- Military Hcleuce Is fully orovlded for hi re. you are neither cold nor hot, I will ent body more than the democrats. quired by Congress. me gruauuies in (lie several courses Of spew thee out of my mouth. study readily find employment with liberal remuneration. The total of Referring to the State's Institute for Unless something unforseen happens trlculates for lust year ui numberKucu ma 1,1178. tie. the Deaf again, let us say that it costs there is going to be the greatest corn tuirtment bus ii specialist at Its heud, with the State $700 per pupil to educate the crop this country ever produced. Tho the uecetiury number of usslitants. home, Young women llud an excellent indigent deaf and dumb. It costs the wet weather may havo injured the with board mid lodging. In l'litlerson Hall, which Is well eiiuluix-- with all the modern State $25 to $35 per year to train a wheat materially, but it has been the conveniences, bathroom, hull for physical culture, at fiperwvek. All coursesuf study teacher at the Normal School. Which of making of tho corn and if wo can't In the I'nlverslty lire owu to women on these will be the most productive citi- get flour bread, corn bread isn't a bad lueiuicui cunuiiions with tnose applying to mules. zen? Which the most valuable asaot to substitute as the staff of life after all. The completion of the Agricultural, Mining Kiiglnuerlng. laboratory und Kduca the State? tlon buildings attord umple and commod. lous quarters for these departments, nblcli The Advocate says there is no NorRockefeller has given another ten are rapidly Increasing lu the number of um. mal School for teachers in the School millions to the educational board, mak- incuimes. For cutuloauee. methods of nl. Intuitu, in. for the Deaf. This would certainly be ing 52 millions that he has donated to poiiitments. Information rvuntiMnu nuir.. Advocate's economic policy it. It wont be necessary to keep your of study and terms of admission, apply to against the JAN. K. I'ATTBHkON, l'h. ., LL. V., I'res., when there is only one school for the eye skinned to tee the increase in the orloD.O. Kkaxkb, Business Agent. deaf in the State. On the other hand price of coal oil, gasoline, etc. You allow a pupil who attends will discern it without the precaution. Fall Term Begin Sept. 9, '09. tbey will not lew u. urown nas sold tne there to become an instructor or the on full pay, before he or she has rodsburg Democrat to a company of re made some special preparation, mis puoticans neaaea Dy ouue Auuir has been done in rural schools and had Frank I James. It it probable that to be done, for Kentucky had no such Insurance Commissioner Charles W. place to train as the now has. Let us Bell will be editor of the paper. Insist that the people be taught In ac- i A SiunrsuURO couple has just marcordance with most advanced plans. ried after a courtship extending over May wo ask in this Instance that the 50 years. A , great many married coup -..., ... . , ftavocaie, at icasv ic i.iu ODcratlve beforo they so assiduously they assert, the courting days are the condemn. happiest. What do you say? "Be not the first by whom new things are tried, One inccntlvo for smokers has been Nor yet tho last to lay the old aside. abolished by Congress the coupon sys- Wo can't bo the first, for nearly all Um dcalncd by tho Tobacco Trust to the States in tho union havo relegated njuco tncm to buy to get prizes, which tho old system to tho back ground and nas maj0 many a youth an nvetCrate havo tried successfully tho new, user of the stuff. 'Though beaten back by many a fray, ON its return from the Senate, Mr. Yet ever strength we'll borrow, y Payne can't even recognize tho strawAnd where tho vanguard rests berry mark on his offspring. Mr. The rear will camp evidently wants his name to go Let old Kentucky bo in tho van and let us not have any opposition from down to infamy linked with tho Infam- those who ought to be among tho most ous tariff bill potent forces of civilization. POLITICAL. Under tho law nllowing each State Alex Tinslev has been appointed postto provide tho statures of two of its master at Cairns, Bell county. most eminent men for the Statuary Otifrtm Dvrtnn nntfltf ttnnn lll1 kna Hall at Washington, the State of Vir- - ueen tak,ng the place 'of her father as ginia has had those of George Washing- - lecturer at sundry Chautauqua meet- ton and Robert E. Leo made. There is ings on the Colorado Western slope, Tho Georgia House of Representaa fear that Gen. Lee, having fought adopted a resolution directing against tho Federal government, his tives Georgia Congressmen and Senators to statue will be rejected but the question favor measures to deny tho use of the will be put up to those who are to de mails to the New Orleans and New cide and if it is, both statues will be York Cotton Exchanges. Gov. Wiltson appointed Judge C. R. withdrawn. It must be both or none McDowell, of Danville, as making this proviso the Virgin- cratic member of tho State the Demo and in Board of Gen. Election Commissioners to succeed him ians are to be congratulated. Lee's greatness is questioned by no one self. He had already appointed John and as he lived to see a reunited coun- T. Shelby, of Lexinzton. as the re publican commissioner. try, accepting fully the arbitrament of Tho Senate accepted Senator Bradwar, there Is no good reason that the ley's amendment permitting tobacco to growers to sell their products without Virginians should not be permitted show their respect, love and pride for the payment of a tax. The measure is practically the same as that which one of its foremost and most famous passed the House. It removes the tax citizens. of 6 cents a pound on the tobacco grow er as a vendor. After trying prohibition for a couple of years, Bristol, Va., voted by the CHURCH MATTERS. narrow majority of 32 to undo its good Lightning struck and considerably work. The result is most unfortunate damaged the Methodist church at Hick for the prohibition cause, since Tennesman. gone into the State-wid- e see has just There will be services at the Baptist dry column. Bristol is on the Tennes- church at Hustonville at 7:45 Saturday see line and it and Bristol in that State evening next. are practically one town. Its contiguity The Chautauqua, which will be held Aug. 3rd to to so large a dry territory makes it the in Stanford entertaining. 8th, promises to be very especial land of promise for the whisky The Epworth League of the U. S. people and, although the saloon license and Canada will hold their next convenis $2,500, it is said that 50 of them will tion in Boston in May, 1910. large open at once, together with Five hundred travelers are tied up at wholesale houses, which expect to Kansas City owing to the floods. The quench the Tcnnessean under the inter- Mississippi has reached the flood mark state commerce law. Tho liquor men at St. Louis. nrofesa to believe that the result at William J. Bryan is making plans for Bristol will check the prohibition move a three years' lecture tour of the world. ment in the South, but we trust that Ho will go to Australia first. the wish alone is father to the thought nar-others B. D. CARTER. New Llverv Depot Street, Phone 00, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. LADIES' OXFORDS. M NOTICE1 The McKlnney Conl A Feed Co., I now prepared to supply the people wlllt nny grmlenf conl and any kind ot coal, tho fur mrrs, will e.peclally take notlco to the low price, thoie who will buy conl for wltent thriiihlnu, prices per bushel, running Irom are nil tvta l(V, the.e roulsItnllwny. good, from mines on thu ,. N. K.O. UOOOII.Mcr. ." ' ... .., TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE! Al-dri- I liaeon hnndal lliiitlirs. Mntttn A Co's store In Htnufnrd typewriters ot various kinds, such as the Monarch, U V. Mtnltli, Kox, Oliver. Itemlnston, etc.. thoroughly rebuilt nnd n food a new, which I will sell very chenp. AIo sell re. pairs. Will ship anywhere on trlnl. Call in nnd see them. M. A. JOHNSON, Hlnnford.Ky. Kinltli-rremle- We are overstocked in Ladies' SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- 1 I nm prepared todo nil kinds of surveying ami civil engineering promptly. My work will be guaranteed and my prices are reasonable. Write me at MeKlnney or cnll me oxer the telephone through the Hustonville Kxchaitge. WAI.fKIl McKl.VNKY. Tan Low Shoes, all of them Fresh, New, this Harry Jacobs, lK'nler In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto MonuMarkers nnd Posts, Cemetery nnd Jjiwn Vn.eauiiil heltees. Ofllee and works, Ky. ments, Tfie Truth Every person in thii city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand-ruf- f or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durggists tell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Tht McKlnnty Wool.n Mills, McKlnn.y, Ky. and Is ready to serve the public In making Jeans, I.ln.eyi, lllankets. Flannels, Ynrns, Ktr. Will either work wool or exchange goods lor It. Illgu est market price for wool. V II. WIIKIIIT, I'ror. Is now- season's goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps. Ladies'"WALKOVER" at $3.50 and "ULTRAS" at $3.00 for this sale are $2.25. Our $3.50 and $3.00 "Ultra," Black, Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts. We price you now at $2.50. The "Brockport" $2.50, Black and Tan, we price you at $1.85. We have a beautiful dull top, large eyelet, $2.00 Black Oxford, in large sizes, 4 to 8. to close at $1.50. A lot of old styles in Ladies and Children's at any price. In oDerntlnn Small Farm For Sale I I de.lre to sell privately my farm of 87 ncrr.. Ill Lincoln county, .even miles froii ftnnford nnd two iiiIUs from Mnywond, on nod road , mile from pike. In kx1 nelkh- Iwr nooii,ciue locnurcu. rurni rouiennti . utile from scliooMioute. Ijind till very urn ll ductlve, '.farm In grass, hnlnnce In under good fence. Comfortable houieot six roonu, new- - barn nnd all other H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. outbuldlng.. Abundance ot rlnewnter and fruit of nllUixli. J.T I.IVINOHTOS. It. K. I). No. 1, Stanford, Ky. MILL FOR RENT! r ktt-it- FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near Point Invell and six miles koutn of Ijtncn.ter, containing siu acres, well located til gmKl neighborhood, part of the John Walker tract, wltha hand-oiiitwo-stor- Prescription Pointers ! Weak Women seven-roonew, residence its und thereon, with all good, new Imrn 4 Well watered, six never falling springs and creek running tit rough. Tkkmh. '.cash In hand, balance one and two years from day of sale, bearing six per cent Interest until mld. Persons looking for such place please write W. U. Walker, Htanford, or see JO PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. FRUITl", It is customary for evety druggist to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the ''f fjft treat-tntn- t. d Kor 30 days. In order to clean up on MM. tings. Druggets, Cnrets, Ituys. Ktc Will give 10 per cent, reduction. Ifavesome rare bargains In millinery. Hume big luirgnlti In close outs In wall paper. Nice selection of framed pictures. Xuw-- Is jour lime to buy n handsome mantle mirror. Cull und see them. Choice selection of rockers. flood line of txds. metnt and wood, metal and wood folding lH,uTir.tiefits. mattresses, springs, counches, linenports, chairs, suitcases, grips, trunks, esten.loii tables, centre table., medicine cabinets, glass. sasii, doors, ,vc. tan ami see us. Well equipped stock of funeral supplies, Hervlce night ordny. (1. II. 1'HUITT. Morelund, Ky. Moroland, Kentucky, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. SBBEEBBBBSBEtBEBEEE Dr. tShoop's Dinwiddie Preserving Hemes. Cure The State University, & up-to-date Co., Mason Jars, Jar Tops. Gums and Porcelain Lined . t Hustonville- - Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line You Will Need Them. We can Furnish Them. i - of goods. INSURANCE. W. E. Perkins,Crab OrchardInsures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without R. B. MAHONY IAtJ3SwilA OUR U a. IAWN lets expensive and better fence than wood. Jloro ornamental, iluru- bio and a time tuver uh you need no taw, hammer and units to keep it In repair. Call at our titoro. see tho beautiful fabric and gates and let ua show you the low prices on a good fenco job. ". m I GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. - , .. .'&. J . t rr- tifra "5r-- f Cv in" " ",ftWbw-'"- i nfr-- 3 Hundreds of pleased customers are leaving our store daily, why not you? The machine is working fine. Every Dollar Stretched into a Dollar and a Half. THIS WEEK SHOE WEEK. This week we will give special attention to Reducing our Shoe Stock by giving many remarkable values. Men's $5 and $6 Florsheim Shoes in Patent, Velour, Cordovan and Vici at $3.85; Men's $3.50 Shoes $2.69; Men's $3 Shoes $2.35. Anticipate your needs for Fall and let us supply you. Men's $1 Shirts 69c; 50c Shirts 39c. Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Slippers at Cut Prices. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. George sick. D. & SON, bath-roo- STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Iliimblo W. O. Martin HorPER, Jr., Is quite Doesn't that In Warner's window remind you that you ncedone? ' , I r i To School Tax Payers. All people DRIPPING SPRINGS. owing mo back taxes must pay by Aug. 1, 1909, or they will be advertised P. O. Crab Orchard, Ky. Paris. in Interior Journal and pay for cost Curtis Cover, of Crab Orchard, LOCALS. of same. Maurice M. Perkins. Crab I. now open for the seanon. Write to Hpenrs went up to Itlchmond yesterday to serve Wedding and graduating presents of Orchard, Ky. Klther, Manager, fur folder. Undo Sam. Mueller's. Mk. and Mrs. George D. Weaken quality at 21 Years. Hugh Thompson, who Insures Tobacco and Tobacco and Mr. Logan Hubble were at Olym Try some of Wilkinson & Singleton's killed his nephew, Fred Garrison, in Caplan Springs. Barns. sey, was given 21 years in tho penitencountry killed beef, pork and mutton. Mr. J. (J. Yaden, former Kcpresen tiary. We understand that ho will take Nothing But Insurance Read Matt Englcman's advertise- an appeal. Judge M. C. Saufley, of tatlve from Laurel, is hero attending ment. He is going to adopt the cash this place, defended Mr. Thompson. the Institute. D. 9 Mesdames J. K. Orndorpp and system and ho tells how he can save The Insurance Man, Tho Green River Iloline Camp Meeting will convene on JULY 15 TO l in: bridge over Urako a Creek, on Hugh Hagan, of Livingston, were here you money. 20, 100II, which will bo iu Fifth Annual Encampment. This camp is locaSTANFORD, KY. the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike, shopping Friday. ted oij Grecu River, four miles from McKinuey, and six miles from StanAN examination preparatory to enterKesldence l'hone 30; Office, HI. Mrs. J. E. McCluiik and children ing State College, Lexington, will be which was so badly damaged and wash ford, Ky., nestled in a beautiful little vnllev surrounded bv the Green River Insure with me nnd be fully and Mrs. J. W. Holman are visiting held in my ofllco July 1C and 17. G. ed down stream by tho cloudburst of hill. protected. Wednesday, will be repaired and put friends in Jellico. Singleton, Supt. MINISTERIAL IIELP.-R- ev. J. C. Johtteon and wife, of Wilmore, in place by the Empire Bridge Co. at Misses Lucileand Gladys Flow-erI Ky., will do the preaching principally. Thee servants of God arc indeed of Louisville, were guests of Miss The directors of the Lincoln County a cost of $250. Lincoln Circuit Court. excellent cvnugelists. Do not fail to hear them. Margaret Davison. Fair aro requested to meet in tho ofilce Col. A. M. Watson, of Thompkins In obedience to njudgmentof the Lincoln MUSIC. We have as usual fine music. Miss Ro-- e Yowell will bo organMr. Jack Muller and Miss Maude of the First National Rank at 3 o'clock villc. Ga., is court, rendered the at Dripping Springs. Ho circuitusjt.iu me action olntHani J. Ncnember ist, and shn and Bro. Johnsou will lead the host in ong. Wo shall try to w llllams, term, Muller, of Houston, Texas, are with Friday afternoon. brought along his famous pack of fox etc.. nfiilnl H. II. Caldwell. Jr., etc., tin secure an orchestra which will add to tho musical feature. Commissioner will on Mrs. J. D. Wearen. For Rent. Suite of rooms in Odd hounds and extends a general invitation MONDAY, JULY W. 1WN. ACCOMMODATIONS. We will run in connection with the camp x Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atvacated by Hon. to the fox hunters of this section to county court day, at nloiit p.m. In front of s Dining Hall where board can be had at reasonable rates by week lanta, were guests of her sister, Mrs Fellows' building juststore-rool.lUrty. Ky., dogs meet his in a chase. tlucourt-hou-at puunctloor In to me nignesi oiler in that have their J. N. Saunders. Alao outcry or sine antl or tingle meal. There will be a small gate fee of 10c on Saturdays and II. C Warren. Saturday. Fox hunting each Tuesday and Friday best hlddir. on it credit of six montlii, the building. Ed Wilkinson. tract of land on the water, of Carpenter's Sundays to pay the running expeuses of the camp. Hacks will be run from. Miss Jenniu Hicgins, county super-lilnlevening. Creek, In Casey county, K jr., owned by J. It McKinuey and Stanford to the Camp Ground at a reasonable charge. of Garrard, spent snvcral Napier at the time of hlidtuth and thus deMr. ii. S. Ual'CHSJAN addresses a .i To Mammoth Cave. Lincoln county scribed: HeRlnnlngon line of at) acre, of days with Miss Mjnnle Woods. PURPOSE OF MEETING. Wc desire to Glorify God and do what we card to the democrats of Lincoln coun Alex (Jay's. white oaks, corner nnd Prop J. W. Ireland and Mr. Jesse ty this issuo. It Is racy reading as our excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29th, thence H 3 pule to white oak cor- can to build up His Kingdom on Earth. Will jou not try to help us inanj-wa- y ner ot a survey of Charles Vanl)eeer, V This includes Voles to white oak and Mackgum.wlth D. Wearen attended the Odd Fellows' patrons will find out by a perusal of it. only 9 85 tho round-trip- . you can? l ..nil., .n u I.I.L...U l II.... U railroad fare, board at tho hotel and banquet at Lancaster Friday night. He sure and come. Build you a cottage or rent you a tent, move nnd be and white oak on a tinmen; thence up the daughter of Fred admission to the several routes of the .ante H 4i) V Jit) olet to it cheitnut and with Judob Wayne Cook and Mr. Wilson MINNIE, us nil through tho meeting. This year's camp will be, wo trust, the oak; thencv NM at To polet to Hpan-ll- i Corydon, Ind., have been hero Ollis, a section man of Rowland, died cave, going on regular train. Samo white whlteoak N IS WM poles to it white best we have had. Cook, of a oak, ivi to seo Dr. L. H. Cook, who Is yet very Sunday and was buried at Goshen. The rate applies from all stations in the oaknmidottwood.N and K to Noah Hnow'a corner n white oak black onk; thence For further particulars write to Clarence J. Sipple, London, Ky., or Dr. little girl had beca blind from her birth. county. Via Lebanon Junction. One with Hnow's line S3 ivolesto it che.tnut tree ill. poles to a night for promenade nnd dance. See and maple; thencea N WM tald Gav's white Frank Gritler, McKinuey, Ky. Mrs. L. E. CAnrtNTP.it orders her oak. N i! poles to stake lit line, For Sale. New flvo room cottage; HTrt K to the beKlnnlmr.contnlnlngiiiuacrt . paper changed from Jersey City, N. J., lot contains one acre, located in Crab L. & N. agent. CLARENCE J. SIPPLE, President and Secretary. llond with good security for the title price required of tbe purchnter. nnlile to Wllliamsport, Pa., caro of "Too Orchard. For price aud terms write Ralph, the bright little son of Mr. Willi' Commissioner, liesrlng legal Interest to the from date of sale until secured lv lien Maurice M. Perkins, Crab Orchard, and Mrs. E. T. Carter, of Evansville, on the land, and IiuWiikpaid, force and effect the ' Miss Margaret Downer, of Cincin- Ky. Ind., died of locked bowels Saturday oi it juiiKiuem. A AUGUST 1ST. nati, is with her friend, Mrs. Leo Stone, J. II. I'AXTON, M O. I0. C. afternoon and tho remains were brought II. K.Tnylor, Atty. for IMalntllts. and will remain ber guest until after The L. & N. offers a reduced rate of to the home of the grandmother, Mrs. Ileglnnlnir Auj;. 1, 1001), we shall go on a strictly CASH basis and give one fare plus 25c for the round-tri- p to the fair. Julia Hughes, Sunday night. The inno credit whatever. E. P. Owsley is up from Colum- the Lincoln County Fair which will be Mr. We are making this change (or several excellent reasons and onlv after for terment took place in Buffalo cemetery bus, Ga. His wife and daughter, Miss held at Stanford beginning Wcdnesdy yesterday morning carefully considering all sides of the question. We believe it will be In ev after brief services ery way a distinct gain to our customers, even more than to ourselves. Mattie Hays Owsley, are at Crab Orch- week, July 21st. Tickets on salo from at the grave by Rev. D. M. Walker, In a cash business, all losses on bad accounts, for whatever cause, are Richmond, Lebanon, Corbln and all in Every ard Springs. heart in the community goes out avoided; booKkeeplng and collection expenses are dono away with; there Is no , J. II. McAliiter. Jr., was elected termediate points. to the parents in the loss of the little In obedience to n Judgment of the Un- possibility ot disputes and wrangles over accounts; the merchant always has .i .i superintendent of tho Christian church ready money to buy goods at the lowest spot cash prices, and to profit by all circuit court, rendered at the The Mt, Vernon Signal and the Louis fellow who was loaned to them for such coil!term, liui. In the action of O. J.Notein. discounts for cash. ber Crow's succeed C. E. Tate, Sunday school to administrator against O.J. Crow's helrsand ville Times will oblige tho Lincoln Coun a short period. To make up for these losses and various expenses, we have been forced .. who resigned. creditors, the undersigned commissioner ty Fair Association by stating that the will at the SurrosE all of the citizens of Stan at about II mansion house, ou the premises, to chargo enough for our goods to cover them by the profits. Every store do Mrs. J. II. DickerON and daughter, a.m. on ing Dusiness on a creuit uuiis must uo mis or quit. will be held at Stanford July 21 ford devote an hour or so to cleaning WKDNKHDAY. AUG. i, 1SM, MUs Frankle Dickerson, of Russell fair Tho lx3otle of this community want low prices: want us to out three days, rather than July 31 three up their premises this week so that offer for sale at public outcry to tbe highest side competition, to which they must pay cash. We thev do it easily meet cash can county, Va., are guests at the home of on a Crow farm, near aud best bidder the O, days, as those papers have been pub- the town will present a good appear- Turnertvllle.ln Lincoln J. county, Ky.. about basis in fact can guarantee you at least a good 10 per cent, saying on your Mr. W. D. Hanson. midway between Htauford and llu.tonvlllw lishing in their fair lists. ance during the fair. It will cost neith- ana thus described! ueginuingat Intersec- purchases, compared with the past. Mr. W. J. Sigler, the This change of policy does not mean a sacrifice of quality or irolnir back tion ot Htanford A Hustonville and Turners-vlll- e telegraph operator, of Winter Park, A McConnack's Church Dikes In front on the standards we have set ourselves Sampson. Mr. C. B. Sampson died er a great deal of time nor energy and In every single Item, we can and 31 feet from Cash Fla., Is visiting his mother, Mrs. M. V. In Mercer county last week. He mov- it will be a big advertisement for the of J. K. ot MoKlnney plkeitbeucewltb Inter- shall give you better goods for the same price or the same article for less. section mid anyone's ability too, Implies no iiustonvuie dle oi Sigler, at Crab Orchard. ed from Lincoln county some 10 or 15 best town on the map. Lets all unite !H6 feetHianioraA MM KS1 feet pme.N m r. to This change, honestly owes question of or reflection ongives ; thence N ; thence NKJJ-pay what he us the means or bis willingness It simply in making Stanford look like Spotless Mrs. W. J. Dozier and children aro years ago. lie was a brother-in-lafeet ; thence N ftU K X7 feet ; thence S to serve all our customers belter. itt of K Ml feet; thence from Hattlesburg, Miss. Miss Mr. John N. Menefee and Mrs. T. D. town. However, while the cleaning up Mi K HI feet; aoa teei N 2fl' iurpny a line; here The generous patronage you have given us wo appreciate, we want you, to tuence n mt lealng center of pike with his Una to continue it and shall make it richly worth your while by tho much closer Dora Pence, who has been visiting Newland. Mr. Sampson leaves a wife is being done for goodness' sake don't thence W N Ul feet to a stone bis corner: prices a cash business will enable us to quote. them, returned with them. and several children. He was a clever throw the rubbish on tho roadsides in thence with line of same N Slii K M47 feet to stoue corner iu uusu tract, mence tuai the town limits. Miss Katiierine Harris, of Stan- man and a splendid citizen. line N m4 V 1.010 feet to a stone his corner MATT ENGLEMAN, Mt. Salem, Ky. H fll'J W 4i7 feet to bis corner: thence line of s i.m ford, la here to spend the vacation with The will of Mr. T. J. Robinson which same fl ro w ffu leet to nocker corner; Things are getting in readiness for Mr. and Mrs. E. W. her thence NJ, W 1,731 feet to center of jilkj tho beat fair ever held In Lincoln coun- was probated yesterday gives to his In middle of Carson gate; tbence H lb'i U Harris. Lancaster Kecord. KM feet to center of old road bed, corner week the show will wife his residence In Hustonville and in McCormat'k A Carson; thence NHS K 1.231 Mrs, Vina Uisiior, of Dallas, Texas, ty. addition to this the same interest in the feet with McConnack's line to stake) tbence and Misses Jennio Ritchie and Irene begin and wo predict that the bent lot to l.it) rest of his estate that tho law gives to H 8 V HSO K feet teettblack walnut stump; VJ thence thence H sMj K six Springs, Texas, of stock seen In this section In years Whatley, of Mineral s to tree at ' will be on hand. Get your business In widows where thero Is no will, that is leet locusi W UW feet to center torner; of pike tnuuee ri tw'4 are guests at Mr. J. N. Menefee's. all of one half of the personalty absolutely near McCormack1 gate; thence H ll'i K KH Mit. J. K. Uauchman and wire, of shape so that you can go the Jlrst day and one iiti . luviiva HIV1, K 814 feet; thence 1S7 of tho real cstato for life. STS feet to beginning, containing ri Ilk K third guests of Mr. and and do likowiso tho second and third, tho West End, were One sixth of the balance Is given to acres. the farm Is on a good turnnlke. Is near Mrs. M. S. Uaughman. Thoy were ac Tim old Carpenter ilouso near tho each of his brothers, A. C. Robinson shipping stations on two railroads nnd companicd by Mrs. Smith K Penny depot has been very It unsightly Blnce it and J. U. Hoblnson, tho samo to go to tains a to y schools and churches. and conoutframe dwelling and children, of St. Joseph, Mo , who was partially burned somo two years the children in the event of the death buildings. The sale will be made on a cred. TKHMH. are visiting them. in ago, but It Is much more so since the of either before his. The remainder of It of S and 11 mouths In eoual Installments. purchaser must gle bond with Mrs. U, H. Ueuhler, Mrs. Sam wooden awning fell somo weoks ago his estate is divided equally among the aud the gooa security lor me saie price, payable to Parker and Miss Cary Hail aro Somer and still lies on the pavement. It 18 children of his brothers and sisters the commissioner, bearing S per cent. Inter sale untlfpald, having tbe set people sojourning at Crab Orchard should be somebody's business to move who died before he did. Ills wifo, Mrs, est from date of of ajudgmvut and force and effect secured Wesley Mr. and Mrs. spring Olympian Springs, John county. such an obstruction and somebody Minnie B. Robinson, and B. by lien on the land. Casey J. Paxton are at J. II. I'AXTON', M. V. L. U, O. sheuM be made to move It. are named as executors. Somerset Times. M. U. Hauflejr, Atty. for I'lalntitt. Conn Hrown, of Mt. Vernon, was hero Friday. Jm.Y 13, 1900 Btanfoiid, Ky., Miss Lettlk Weiir, of Louisville, is with Mrs. It. M. Newlnnd. Miss Lucilk Coorr.n visited Mrs. Ice cue am soda water at Penny' Gcorgo Robinson at Richmond. Drug Store. Mr. T. D. Carter, of Mobile, Ala., ts visiting his parents at Morcland. PERSONALS. W i I.I.I K Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, is Mrs John Ellis continues very ill with his sister, Mrs. L. It. Hughes. Mrs, J. E. IIliUCE continues quite Mrs. W. It. Dillion, of London, was sick. with her sister, Mrs. Joseph Coffey. Gcomiu Chancellor Ij over from Miss Mary L. O'Hryan, of Owcns-borCincinnati. was the guest of Miss Ella May Mitfl. J. S. Iticc is at Cave City with Saunders. her mother. Miss Zanah Rogers, of Ilradfords-villc- , U. Hilton Is threatened with who has been with Mrs. J. L. Jar-viappendicitis. went to Knoxvllle Saturday. Mrs. Dexter Uallou Is with rola Mesdames C. It. Martin, of Danlives at Crab Orchard. ville, and Frank Hcnryott. of LouisJ. It. and Hoy ItEAZLEy are up frorr ville, are with Mrs. M. M. Sweeney. Orlando, Fla., for the fair. A good picture of Miss Katherine Mrs. W. H. Shanks went up to Mad Hams, the pretty little daughter of J. ison yesterday to vtjlt the homefolks. Randolph Harris, of this plaee, appearDr. I. C. Dye ann Mr. Alex Hicks, ed in Saturday's Courier-Journal- . aged citizens of Casey, are very low. Mrs. E. I). Ritchie and son, George, DR. A. S. COOK, or Montlcello, was of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Mrs. Geo. here to see his brother, Dr. L. II. Cook P. Maury, of Joplin, Mo., are with James Owsley returned Friday from their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. a visit to his grandparents at Franklin. Mr. K. G. Waller, of Louisville, Miss Roiierta O'Uannon will enterwas with his daughter, Mrs. T. II. tain at her home on Lancaster street Eads. next Monday afternoon from 4 to G in Miss Ellen O'Neal Scott is visit- -' honor of Mils Ruth Putnam, of Mading her brother. Wulter 0. Scott. In ison county. J. M. Pettus has several good brood marcs for sale. New wash suits, new wash coats and wash skirts. Severance & Son. - o, s, Mrs. Warren Llame, an aged lady Two houses and lots and of the West End, died Sunday night. one vacant lot in Crab Orchard. Apply Anderson's Comedians will show in Dr. A. S. Price, Stanford. their big tent hero fair week. They TAXES.-T- he tax books for 1909 are carry a strong vaudeville show. now ready. Come in and get your reLost, between Hustonville and Stan ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. ford yesterday, a box containing lady's Notice Taxpayers. Five per cent, hat. J. D. Swope, Hustonville. penalty added to school tax August 20, sn 1909. Settle with W. II. Wearen or Garrard county democrats nominated J. O. Bogie for Representative. He myself. L. It. Hughes, Treasurer. is a of Thomas D. Best, of Mr. T. J. Culton, tho Crab Orchard Moreland, and is a good man. attorney, is a candidato for the repubThe famous Atlanta optician, Hawke, lican nomination for State Senator and he will present his claims at tho con- will bo in Crab Orchard at Lyne Bros.' Drug Store two days, Wednesday and vention here Saturday. -s Thursday, July 14th and 15th. Eye-tigProp. Smith, of Richmond, will detested free and glasses sold at a liver an illustrated lecture on "Nature reasonable price. This Is a good opStudy" at the Graded School building portunity to meet this practical option Wednesday evening. Admission cian. Remember the dates and place. free and everybody invited. AN Infant daughter of T. A. Urent, of tho Goshen section, died Sunday and was buried at Goshen. For Sale. Very Low Prices cuts, TniiH, ! Don't full to m;c our Oxfonls before buying. Wo have tho lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stnnfonl in Pnt- Vicis, Oxford?, ivc. son-in-la- $3.50 Oxford, Special 3.00 Oxford $2.69 2.29 1.98 ,i 2.50 Oxford 1.50 Oxford 1.25 Oxford U9 1.05 will mm ht 20 PER CENT. OFF on all Children's Slippers. You find our prices on everything eltc in proportion to thece. m Men-ofe- c. Those owing Dr. L B. Cook will NOTICEI greatly oblige him by calling and settThose faming claims against tbe estate of ling with Mr.John II. Shanks at as early Mrs. Miner it Cobb will pirn? present tliem a date as possible. The doctor is too ill properly proten lo me by Auk. 'M, IKv. to call on those who owo him. UK HAiitiCoim, Kx'or., Damllle, Ky. - HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Camp Meeting At Jumbo. Ky. 190Q. 1QOQ. Jesse Wearen, m s, Commissioner's Sale ,1 1 u first-clas- nt sour-woo- 1 1 ." (ASH STORE AfTER Blue Grass Farm Sale! m m m well-know- in store-hout- 1.&U-- ' m grand-parent- Highest Market Prices Paid For kinds con-eule- COUNTRY PRODUCE two-stor- Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. ' "HW T TlMWiitTT)p jTflT n""" -- ".. (,-,m(- j i" V A tornado at Ortonville, Minn., demolished two houses, killing Philip Deat Stanford M Griff. Mtered in the mond-clamattrr. J. T. Cameron, proprietor of tho Cameron Milling Company, dropped dead at Corrollton. A driver named Curtis was thrown . No.Jl.Houth.lllMF. from his wagon and killed at Winches No.,Houth,UmlA M, : A. M. No. 4, North, tcr during a runaway. No. W, North, A:7 r, M. No.T7, 10:17 A. . The "wets" carried Bristol, Va., In a No. XH, tin P.M. local option election by a majority of JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. 32 out of SU votes cast. Sidney Tope, of Harlan county, was given two years for complicity In tho killing of Toulbcc Howard. John D. Rockefeller Increased his corn nml tolmcco Uirennml mnnlltt heat, fnrm, level, rich nml free from stone. i.ftro donations to the General Education nml burns, umxl mllroiul connecresidences tions. CanolTern liiiruln nt S to 0O an Board by a gift of $10,000,000. acre. longtime payments. Tho contract for building the Federal Hl.AKIiKY, Kowllnn Oreen, Ky. building at Versailles was awarded to a Chicago contractor for $37,990. Thirteen prisoners escaped from tho Paducah jail. They gained their liberty by drilling a hole through the wall. IMeslrc to sell privately my stock of HanUare. Doing n Ifooit busiStark county, Ohio, in which Canton ness, will imolce ntioul S,CW. is situated, went "wet" in a local op 111 health. OEO. 1. HOPlKll,Htanford, Ky. tion election by a majority of about 4,000. Broughton Brandenburg, accused of enticing away James S. Cabanne III., was released from jail at St. Louis on Surgeon Dentists bond of $1,000. KENTUCKY. A dispatch from Afton. New Mexico, STANFORD, Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in says: uutiaws attacked ten iexas horse buyers and it is believed killed the Owsley Building. nine of the men. Union men and their families are reEczema is Curable at a scientific preparation fot fusing to patronize the ZEMO, external use. Stops itching instantly Howell, Ind., because mail carriers are .and destroys the germs that cause skin riding on street cars during the Evanc-vill- e diseases. Eczema r jickly yields and is strike. permanently cured by this remarkable e. Paris Cunningham and Henry medicine. All Druggists. Write for aam-plwere drowned in White River B. W.Rose Med. Co., Su Louis, Mo. at Princeton, Ind., when the horse Penny's Drug Store. which they were driving plunged over a steep bank into the swollen stream. Pol-Offiii HtB-- t The Interior Journal. HEWS WOTBS. M I H' ' 38 The Great L. 5N.TIWETHBLE Danville Fair, AIM. FOR SALE1 3, 4, 5 and 6. i allil"!jiUaY jtM Stock of Merchandise for Sale. iffy tlvi iff 111 Four Days of Pleasure and Entertainment. Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section. IH Yti W . vat sM A. S. PRICE, Jsi'xk vM "mr at tM tM " ' 5 CRIfTONLOniES Pit Our lino of Men's, Hoys' nnd Children's Clothing ii mire complete- than ever tatorc. Come to wc them lioloru buying c1hj here. Best Fair in Central Kentucky. post-offic- e ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. When Ordering Clothes $3,500 Will fee Given Away in Premiums and Purses. Excursion Rates on all Roads. Special Train to and From Somerset Each Day. TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET: NOKTIIIIOIISI). I The Guessing Miss It. Contest on Our Don't 'I r.- - Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. perlence. Then your clothes, hethera business suit or the finest evening J. B. Robinson is dead in the Buena clothes, will have that Individuality and nt which plainly indicate they were made to Vista section of Garrard. your.mensure. I will also take your measThe Lancaster base ball team defeature for extra trousers, fancy ests, top coats and owrconts. Hprlng and Hummer ed Wiimore 5 to 3 at Lancaster Friday. samples on band ready for our inspection. The son of Vest Barnhill, H. 0. KUPLEY. The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. of Williamsburg, was run over and killed by a coal car. Itching Skin Diseases Charles W. Metcalf, of Pineville, was Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid for external use. Zemo gives instant elected president of the Kentucky State elief and permanently cures any form Bar Association at Paducah. John Arbuckle, aged 10, died at 3f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, Richmond of lockjaw caused by a small splinter penetrating under his kneecap. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. A mile of railroad track and a bridge G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. were washed away by a cloudburst in Whitley county. The damage will Soap Window is Increasing. W. H. Iicave 0:00 tun 0:0S jmi HICC1NS, FARM FpRSALEI reach-$50,00- poirrmioi'Nii. Leave Somerset Science Hill Pulaski Eubank Wnynesburg King' Mountain South Fork McKinney Morelaml Bowcu Stanford, Kentucky. The farm of 110 acres, of good blue grass land, llng one mile North of McKtnney.on the Htanford pike. Improvements nnd fencing good; plenty of water and fruit. Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile Kastof JIcKlnney;linlf under fence; plenty of water nnd good tobacco land. Hie grow, J.A.CllVKNH.Ageiit. ngcrop. McKlnney. Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, as well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Abo make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nbove, I have nil kinds of vejetnbleson hand at reasonable Pr ""'CHUIHTMAN (UIKKN IIOl'HKH. Ed IlUlllUKD. I'KOK. Htanford, Ky. lK--Hi ' V'.. J JVSf w. S S5 HIDES"FURS - t j ;A 4,n MOD Feathers, Tallow, Betsu ax, Ginseng, Goldca Seal, (YellowRoot), etc We are Dealers, and can do better for von thin agents or commission merchants. Kelcrence. any bank in Louisville. Wnte for weekly price Kit and ship. picg tags. Wefurouh wool bags free. Joe Hilton, a K. C. brakeman whose homo is at Richmond, was caught be tween the cars at Brush Creet and seri ously injured. Daniel K. Pearsons, a Chicago mil lionaire who has given a great deal pf money to colleges, including $150,000 to Berca college, Madison county, will make his final bow next April, when he will have reached his 90th birthday. He will give away all of his money on that 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 county, stating one pardon for killing a man was enough, Smallwood having been set free by Gov. Bradley for the killing of a brother three months before tho second crime was committed. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Junction City Arrive in Danville Danville 0:41 nm Junction City 0:17 am How en 0:f7 am Morelaml 10:01 am McKinney 10:11 am South Fork 10:17 am King'H Mountain 10:20 nm Waynesbtirg 10::!') am Ettbauks 10.40 am Pulaski..., 10:40 am Science Hill 10:57 urn Arrive ut Somerset 0:2(1 am 0:13 pm 0:18 pm 0:27 pm (i:U.'J pm 0:11 pm 0:48 pm 0:55 pm 7:04 pm 7:00 pm S 1 7:10 pin T. B. BRIGHT.Pres. I. M. DUNN.Sec. M.SABELt&SONS, C.I..U.H.O IN I 229 E. WnLetSt. isss LOUISVILLE. KT. J,L.Beazley&Co., aLLVLLLLLLwLLLLS?iaLLLiiav Dndei tasers and Embalm-en- . Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Kugp. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STAFFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. M C. McClary, . Ami IhlgZflB' JllL. 2TVH For Sale, six Southdown bucks. J. C. 1st Lynn, Stanford. Foil Sal. 40 or 50 barrels of corn. J. B. Foster, Stanford. . The barn of R. F. Rives in Christian county and 75 tons of hay was destroy-- 8 -WILL I by lightning. TO E. S. Powell it bon will have one or Norfolk and more of Almont Oares'a colts at tho All Rail O. D. S. S. Co. fair here next week. 00 NewYoikGty J28 $J0 00 ..... 25 50 Fou Sale. Pure bred Shropshiro Atlantic Cy Via Norfolk and yearling and lamb rams. E. G. (Bick-leO. D.S.S.&N.Y 4t Stanford, Ky. Phone E6-- 4. ' 23 80 A.bury Park. N. I 30 00 Ben Bright bought the R. Q. Davis Long Branch, N.J. 23 60 30 00 23 60 30 00 farm of 2C0 acres, on the Lexingttn Ocean Crove. N. J 23 60 30 00 pike 2J miles from Danville, at $100.50; Spring Grove. N.Y. 23 80 30 00 SeaGiit.N. Commissioner Leo Currey sold tie CapeMav.N. J 26 15 Sam Forsythe farm Monday to Afa Ocean Gty.N.J 25 60 J jwell for $11,280.10. It contains 205 GOOD 30 DAYS. LIBERAL acres. liarrodsburg Herald. On sale every day. Round trip Tickets New York and Boston, rail and water, going one route A stallion recently purchased by and returning another. Good 30 days; allowed. Round-tritickets lo all mountain and summer resorts. Clarence II. Mackay, of New York, for Good Oct. 31, $5,000, tried, to shake a fly off its neck Old Point Comfort and return, July 27 and Auguit 21. Tickets good sTl by rearing in the air, The horse fell 5 days. Stop over allowed on return trip breaking Its neck. Atlantic Cty and return, Auguit 19, Tickets good 15 days. Stop- d" aC CC Stanford CouitT. There were about over allowed on return trip at all authorized points 150 cattle on the market yesterday, all For full information call on or address CEO. V. BARNEY, D. P. A., of which changed hands. Tho cattle Ticket office Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Ky. sold at 2 to lie There were about SCO William M. Yent, Cty Ticket Agent. sheep whtch went at a fraction over $5. Tho horse and mule market was quiet. Fou Sale. A herd of registered, high grade Jersey cattle, consisting of Hand-Ma- de the best of milk and butter cows with young calves; several yearlings and two year old heifers and three bulls. J. B. and Jamie G. Carpenter, Crab Orchard, Ky, BEGINNING JULY SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS Ihuvcjiist received near of OLD HICKORY WAGONS, tho bes wagon on the market for the money, bee them before buying, as there Iiai lx.i'ii a great Imprnvemeitt in their construction. E. T. FENCE, STANFORD. KY. y, MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SE- ,i, STOP-OVER- S stop-ove- p dO p4ViJJ pX. JJ Styles tip to the minute. Prices beyond competition. Wo also stuto that our Spring Lino is now complete. To save money, como uml sco anil bo convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoei for Ladies, MUscs and Children nnd our line of Gent's Shoei will certainly please. Hunan nml Walkover linoj tire hummer uml nro strictly reliable. Yours for ait honest ibml, ClIAlIl.i:-- ! WlIKrXKK. Use Arnold's Buggies. Jirst Tfaticnal ffiank Stanford, Jty. Theio uro plenty cheaper buggies but there tire 110110 better, liuggy a painting, work, 810; phaetons 812; surreys, 814 ami up, accordM. S. Carter, a widower, aged 84, ing to the size. Per act, buggy steel tired, best quality, at 83,50. Utiggy and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Poe, aged 50, in (10 ounce rubber at 88. Buggies re cove red and reliued were married at Bowling Green. tops Mrs. Elvira Sydnor Miller Slaughter, at 810. Buggies recovered iu leather ami relined lor 825. Rubber tires, Undertaker- - Embalmer and of Louisville, and Mr. Alvin J. Eber-har- t, tho best on the market ami the lowest prices, Goodyear ami Keller, at 814. of Camp Dennison, O., were maralar In.HarnsM. Saddler? , ried In Cincinnati Saturday. After a Best Goodrich at 816. We solicit your trade. STANFORD, - KY number of postponements, the bride changing her mind about the important Horn Fbeat a. CM IIiom, MT, matter a half down or more thaw. MATRIMONIAL. finst-cla-- OrfanmJ, 1882. Capital Sl.tk. $80,000. Surplu, and TnJiuidtd tProfih. S20, OOO. Jtfas paid in 'Dividends tlnoa Organization, $21f, 500. fnvito 9u jfcoounts on Our TfforiU OFFICERS. . S. Mocker, IT. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. President;, S. T. Harris, Joho J. McRoberts, Cashier; II, C, Baugbaua, Awt, Cash'r W, W .Sauuders, Bookkefr, t; J, M. Pettut, H. C, Daughraaa, , F, Curaminj, S. T. Harris, no. O. Robinson, W. B. O'Hinaon . S. Hocksr, C. B. Tats. V. Held, M D, Elmere, DIRECTOR. . II. Uiujhtaan,