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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 16, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909071601_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 16, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T' TOL. XXXVII. The Lincoln County Fairl STANFORD, KY., JULY 21 The Interiop Journal. Forget STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. JULY 10. 1909 NO. 40, "fc THREE DAYS. Great $io Sweeosiake Saddle Pino-- : also $in Roadster Ring and $50 Colt Stake. J. Get your stock in shape. There is a ring for everything in the stock line each day. Come and enjoy yourself and mingle with aid friends for 3 days. S. T. HARRIS, Pres. J. F. CUMMINS, vSec'y. $1,500 Given Away in Premiums. Don't fail to attend camp meeting at MIDDLEBURG. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Jumbo tabernacle Sunday. Several of our people attended the wife of Mr. Bryantsville Voted for a graded school Born, on July 7th, to the Mrs. V. B. Morse is visiting J. Hoy 100 to 32. son, Green It. Hose and family at Etowah, Tenn. Miss Thompson trial nt Liberty. L. B. Pcclc a The blackberry is the only fruit crop W. W. Points, of Pinevilfe, has been Peck. Cora Goode is with relatives in Covingwe have here. They are plentiful and granted a patent on a book case. Kcv. C. It. Wain will preach at Chris- ton. Col. William Hucrhes. who mm! tn tian church next Sunday night. EveryIf its clothing you need, see our line; of the finest quality. It. M. Sharp, who is cultivating his run the Gilcher House in Danville, is body invited. 20 per cent, discount on orders taken Ed Young, a base ball player of Jum- for Summer suits and trousers until first crop of tobacco, says lie will not dead at Indianapolis. attempt a second crop of the weed. J. D. Holderman has moved to Dan- bo, had his noso broken by being struck July 31st. Adams Bros). Misses Lula Adams, Mary Bryant, Bes vine xrom Somerset and opened an with a fast ball. Among the shipments of live stock We havo received sinco the flro a full from here last week were one car butch sie Lee. Willie . Focle and Bettio Kovat- - electrical supply house. .... i! I... r -- .. i .i t The residence in Corbin of W. H. line of fresh drugs and groceries. Call er cattle by E. McCormack shipped .. ly uiiu mrv. i.nurt ia'c ur itueuuing the institute at Liberty, w. T. Coul Hanev was burned Mondav niirht. All on ui. Adams Bros. Cincinnati. Hiffe & Tucker one car pas- - lambs ter and W. T. Miller are attending of the contents were destroyed. Eleven hundred and forty-seveGJc and one car hogs 5 to 6c. . . J. Lackey, of the Todd & Lackey .u Frank Hodge, of Liberty, who sepa- court as jurors. tvllll inro IU Plnnlnn.tt .nrl Vliiwiiiii". nnffnn Alex Hicks died nt his home two Lumber lo., or Kichmond, lost an eve went on the excursion train last Sun rated from his wife one year ago last March, Is now anxious to know uhcro miles above town Monday night after by a piece of timber striking him in the day week. Col. G. G. Helm, of Lexington, is she and their six children aro located. an illness or some two weeks. The face. In a row over a law suit at London spending his vacation at Helm Wood Any one knowing their address willcon-fe- r news of his death came to us at a late a lasting favor by advising him at hour this, Tuesday, morning and an Spence Bowling shot Alfred Gambell. IlelKhU." the beautiful home of his extended notice is deferred till our next. his father-in-latwice and the wound Liberty. brother, Jns. K. Helm. serious. The rain last Thursday completely ed man s condition A iplcndid 110 acre farm one mile Geo. S. Tate, on tho Piles and Hell Another suit was filed acainst farm, holds tho honor of having n (kid from McKinney on pike with good five- - shut out the memorial exercises at the nf nhmit 20 nercs of tho cleanest nnd room dwelling, good barn, everlasting grave of Dr. J. T. Wesley. A good "Cherokee Ed" by Mrs. Pracilla Tew-meof Mercer, who wants SI, 000 for best corn in this end of the county. water, plenty fine fruit, fine tobacco crowd was expected and would have game of baso ball ever play-c- il and hemp land nearly nil in grass. been present had tho weather been fa- injuries received when the seats fell at The best here was played Saturday by Want to quit farming nnd will veil vorable. Dr. J. G. Carpenter was the the show at Harrodsburg three weeks and Middloburg. The score was quick. Address Box 101, Hustonville, only phvsician who had the courage to ago. After being out since last Thursday. face the rain that fell almost continu1 to 0 at the end of tho 12th inning. Ky. a record hold-outhe iurv in the cafe Carpenter & Hopper sold "Calash," The National Hank of this place at ously from early morning till night. of George Foley, charged with complic-- 1 Dave Bastin. W. P. Wesley, O. which won a $3,000 purse lately, for its regular meeting a few days ago de Henry and Thos. West, John ity in the murder of Robert Smith, re$2,000. They havo a most promising clared its dividend of 5 per that is a full sister to him. cent, and carried a small sum to un Randolph and George Bastin did jury ported Tuesday night, the result being ' A protracted meeting at the Baptist divided profits. J. W. Powell was elect- scrvico In the Hugh Thompson trial at a hung jury. Eleven were for convic-- 1 church conducted by tho pastor, Itcv ed vice president in place of T. J. Rob Liberty last week. It was predicted tion for two years, and cne for acquitJones, begun Wednesday with morn- inson, deceased, and J. D. Depp was here that the Thompson jury would bo tal. The trial was held at Barbourvilie. ing and evening services until fhrther made a director until the regular elec- made up from the ragged end of citiPOLITICAL. zenship, but such was not the case. notice. tion January next. son of Samltutli-crforLlndscy. Squire Parsons has withdrawn from H. F. McKinley, Sr who died re On the contrary it was composed of was sovcrely cut Just above tho cently in Lexington and was buried good men. the race for mayor of Somerset. William J. Bryan has addressed a ankle while cutting weeds withascytho here, had made his homo in this region "brodhead. letter to President Taft asking him to blade. Dr. Alcorn sowed up the wound for a good many years. He was born and thinks tho worst is past. in Ohio and at thu age of 17ycars cross Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cris Stevens, allow tho people to vote on popular election of Senators. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Smith, of San ed tho Ohio river at Augusta, Ky . and of the Sayers, neighborhood, u boy. Tho Senate joint income tax amend Louis, Potosi, Mexico, havo arrived in bought n small saw mill and began to Egbert Wallen requests ua to Bay HandkerKentucky for a month to visit Mrs. operate it. He continued this business that it is a girl and not a boy at his ment resolution was passed by the Hunn, of until his health failed a year or so ago. home. House by a vote of 317 to It The Smith is it sister of Geo. Moreland. and Mrs. Will Dunn, of our His agu was 07 and he was self eduRev. Goldsmith, of Georgetown, fill negative votes were cast by Republi- chief, city. cated and a man of fine attainments in ed tho pulpit ut tho Baptist church cans. Mrs. Suo Jones and son, James, of the sciences, It was decided ut a conference at mechanical especially. Sunday and Sunday night. Temple, Texas, aro visiting friends and Ho was u man of quiet demeanor, modof UnderJ. M. Adams returned Monday from the White House that tho rate to bo Styled a relatives in this vicinity. Miss Josle est and retiring in his habits and uni- a visit to relatives in Grant county. levied under the new corporation tax neck tlo versally Goode. now forelady of n largo respected. When tho silver Ilu brought back with him a very fine shall bo reduced from 2 per cent, to 1 per cent, and that duo consideration company in Louisville, Is spending her question was agitated here some years buggy horse. AH a vacation with her parents nere. ago he was challenged to a public disA little child of G. Lawrence's was shall bo given the demands of mutual a Tho death of Gcorgo L. Carpenter, Mccussion by n few silver advocates. buried at the Methodist cemetery Tues- life Insurance companies, director in tho National Hank here, Kinley being n "gold bug," gladly ac- day. Itcv. A. J. I'iko conducted the Seos Mother Grow Youngf. tho appointment of another. cepted tho challenge, but the debate, funeral services. I understand that Cicero Reynolds, of never materialized. "It would bo Lard to overstate tho Albright & Adams are buying new Stanford, was appointed. Mr. It. has Win. II. Wright, for over 40 yeaM wheat for J. II. Baughnan & Co., of wonderful change in my mother since nerved In that capacity before and Is a an honored resident of this community, Stanford, and are paying $1 per bushel sho began to use Electric Hitters," t crnnil man. writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrlck, of Dan-fortInst, his homo near They want 12,000 bushels. bought a yery deslrablo died on the 8th G7, at Me. "Although past 70 sho C, W. Adams Itev. A. J. Pike went to Gravel Lexington, aged after long and pa building lot, 90x175 feet, adjoining tho ticnt suffering with tuberculosis. He Switch Thursday and performed a seems really to bo growing young McCormack homo on West Main street leaves a wifo and three sons and threa marriage, ceremony uniting a Mr, again. Shu buffered untold misery from Alfred Russell and wife on Satur daughters. He was burled beside his Stevenson, of Lebanon, to Miss Lee from dyspepsia for 20 j cars. At last she could neither eat, drink nor sleep day. Ho Intends building a modern his parents, in Hustonvillo cemetery Piper, of Gravel Switch. home, and work on aamo will begin as after beautiful and impressive nnd apA foot bridge, will Boon bo built across Doctors gave her up and nil remedies soon as ho can get possession. propriate prayer services by Itev. C. It. tho river here, Btarttng nearSowder & failed till Eleetrlo Hitters worked such Invlg-orut- o Misses Cora and Hattio Lipps havo Blaln and a song services by Huston Owens' store and crossing just below wonders for her health." They KENTUCKY. ,tiim.,l fmm a lenethv visit to their ville quartette. Mr. Wright had never the ford. The stone for buttments aro ull vital organs, euro Liver and itor. Mrs. Wm. Nave, near Danvillo, professed religion but his last words to being gotten out at tho famous Painter Kidney troubles, Induce sleep, Impart andapt-ctlteMiss Annlo McKinnoy is at the bedside his faithful wifo were, Only 50c at Pen"Tho Lord hos Sand Stono Quarry. The bridgo when streugth of her aunt, Miss Belle Glvcns, In this had mercy on mo." God's linger touch- built will be a long felt want supplied ny's Drug Store place, who remains very ill. Miss Lois ed him and ho slept. Tho widow, Mrs. Oh what a tangled web we weuvo Lire 100,000 YearsAgo. Willi is at home from her echool In Marguerito Wright, and sons and When first wo venture to deceive. Kentucky. have, found In a uuvo In southern Scientists daughters desire to extend to ltev. C. But when wo understand tho trick, Architects will complete this week It. Blaln and the singers their Binccrest Switzerland bones of men, who lived Kentucky. Of We get bo wo can do it slick. plans and specifications for a splendid thanks for the loving services tendered 100,000 years ago, when life was In constant danger from wild beasts. To two story brick business house for their beloved father and husband. Foley's Honey and Tar not only day tho danger, as shown by A. W. stops chronic coughs that weaken tho Adams Bros, to adorn tho southeast corner of Main and Danville streets, Everyono would be benefited by tak- drown, of Alexander, Me., Is largely constitution and develop Into conTlans aro also being completed for re- ing Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo for stom- from deadly dlseuso. "If it had not sumption, but heals aud strengthens building tho remainder of burnt district ach and liver troublo and habitual been for Dr. King's Now Discovery, the lungs. It affords comfort and rewith brick buildings. constipation. It sweetens tho stomach which cured me, I could not have liv- lief In tho worst cases otchronlc bronW. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT and John Tom Taylor and breath, gently stimulates the liver ed," he writes, sutferlnng as I did chitis, asthma, hay (over and lung S. Sim Skeens J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. J. B. PAXTON, by Mar- and regulates the bowels and is much from a severe lung troublo and stub- trouble, Stanford Drug Co. were landed in our calaboose H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER shal Lair charged with robbing Ford's superior to pills and ordinary laxa- born cough." To euro Sons Lungs, It. Hise McChesney, aged 65 and a HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. store In Casey. The bloodhounds .trail- tive. Why not try Foley's Orlno Colds, obstinate Coughs, and prevent prominent farmer of Caldwell county, Pneumonia, Its the best medicine on changDlftEOTORSi Stanford Drug Co. Laxative ed thera for miles to where they himself three times in an earth. oOu and fl. Guaranteed by shothimself but didn't succeed. effort to ed shoes, Lair caught them at Burn-aid- e kill Carter, SUn'crd J. 0. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stauford; Geo. The State of Missouri has finished Penny's Drug Store. Trial bottle free. with the gooda, which still had the Johu B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stauford; T. C. Ilac- l'reventlct-tho- se Candy Cold Cure Identifl-e- d the taking of testimony in the ouster private mark of Mr. Ford, who kin, Lancaster; J. I). Paxtou, Stauford; W. II. Traylor, "Remember, my child, that this whip thera. They were taken to Liberty suit against the International Har- ping will hurt me more than It will Tablets will safely an' qulcklycheck Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. all colds and the Grip, Try them oree jail. Later. They have confessed and, vester Company of America. The com- you." H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburu old by Pennys Drug weeks to and see "All right, pa; if you'll change places Goocb, Gilberts Creek. bop by doing to to secure a short time pany will require at least two Store. with me I'll try ts bear the pain." take testimony. HUSTONVILLE. Meet Me At n THE Ffl R JULY 21, 22, 23rd, y, t. semi-annu- Dressed in a Light Two- Piece HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT, d, )" Silk Shirt, Hanan Patent Oxfords, Tie and Socks that Match, a New Collar and Suit Athletic wear. Top it Off With Neat Straw Hat. On Display at h, Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, the Cincoln County national Bank Stanford, Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 to-da- m m ). . j. .'js-J- i ..- - A The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON LEMONADE GRAFT. It looks to a poor man, who has to pay for everything ho gets at n higher rate because of the tariff they put on the necessities of life, that the Senators might pay for their lemonade, since they have increased their salaries a year especially. Wo are told, however, by tho dispatches from Washington, that for the month their lemonade bill, which the people pay, was $490 04. It took Gt cases of lemons and seven barrels of sugar to make tho cooling beverage. Tho Hon. Fontaino Fox Bobbitt used to make n strong point with tho great common people, when making his numerous races for the Legislature, that if they would send him to Frankfort, he would stop the waste of the people's money to provide tho water for tho Solons in tho dead of Winter. Ho finally attained his ambition. Mayhap if he would make tho race for Congress on a promise to cut out the many grafts of Congressmen, and could make tho people believe that ho could do it, he might attain another ambition that has been smoldering in his breast for years. O We don't know that he has any idea of appointing him, but the word has gone out that Mr. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, will bo appointed by Gov. Willson to succeed Gen. Percy Haley as a member of the Board of Control. The place has to be held by a democrat and of course wo are anxious for our brother to land the plum, believing he would HI) the office with credit alike to himself and the State. Mr. Walton has never had the opportunity of proving his fitness for office, because he has never held office. He has spent his life with the boys in tho trenches and it would be strange indeed if his first appointment should come from the party be has fought for years. We hope Gov. Willson will prove that he Is a judge of men by naming Mr. Walton for the responsible position. Down in Tennessee, where the confessed murderers of Capt. Rankin were saved from just punishment on the gallows on a flimsy technicality discovered by the Supreme Court, a man was given 11 months in the workhouso for murder. The one doesn't seem more of a travesty of justice than the other. The laws seem to be made to protect those who break them. Dr. Osler, the man who became famous because of his suggestion that men having lived as long as useful be chloroformed at 60. has just reached the limit himself and there are those who expect him to take his own prescription. But he will doubtless say when asked why he doesn't, that a doctor prescribes for other people, not himself. The Aldrich bill increases the duty on mofquito nets from 60 to 150 per cent, just as there is a great demand all over the country for protection against the onslaught of the terrible little insect. But what difference does it make to tho leaders of the g. o. p. if they do bite us poor folks? The Conference Committee decided to reduce the corporation tax to 1 per cent. As tho tax can not be collected for a year and probably not in two or three if the Supreme Court takes its usual time to decide such questions, the corporations are not losing any sleep over tho matter. The Louisville Times is rivaling its morning contemporary, the Courier-Journa- l, as a whisky advocate. Had good old Mr. Walter N. Haldeman lived he would havo had these papers advocating something better than the sale of booze by both wholesalo and re- The Methodists are going to build a church In Zlon City in 50 yards of Dowie'a grave. The congregation of tho First Christian church of Louisville will build a f 125,000 edifice. Andrew Carnegie gave $750 to the Christian church at Madison, Ind , for tho purpose of buying an organ. Dr. Everett Gill, pastor of the Baptist church at Danville, will preach at Mt. Xenln Sunday afternoon at 4 A Chicago wife was granted n di- o'clock. vorce and half her husband's estato ns , All tho members of the Methodist alimony on the grounds of "automobile church arc requested to como together cruelty." Tho man would tako her rid- next Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock Pastor. ing in his machine under n promiso to for advising counsel. go slow, but as soon as they reached j Tho Kentucky conference will pro- the country, he would pull her "wido bably meet Sept. 1st instead of Sept. 8. open" and they would fly so fast that The Paris people, make request of telegraph polc9 looked liko tho teeth of change of date on account of their fair a flno comb, and sho would go into a which is that week. Subject at Methodist church Sunday nervous collapse. The penalty inflicted seems commensurato with the offense. morning, "Christian Character Tested by a Plumb Line." Amos 7:7. Junior Mr. Bryan appeals to President Taft League, and a jubilee meeting at 3 P. M. now that the income tax is to bo sub- Senior League service at 7 P. M. No mitted to constitutional amendment, preaching at night at Methodist church that he urge upon Congress to submit but union services at tho Christian at the snmo timo the question of tho church. Preaching at 8 p. M. popular election of United States SenTho first Christian church of Set-m- a ators, pledging his aid to secure both. is guilty of a most commendable The president will hardly heed the ap act and ono entirely worthy of emupeal. The election of U. S. Senators lation. For several weeks the by popular voto is not popular with tho congregation has been thinking of class of Senators that he trains with. getting a pastor to servo when the resignation of Mr. Elliott takes effect. In the East tho women suffragists are Out of, tho largo number of names inducing young girls to sign a pledgo before the official board, tho name they will not marry any man who Rev. D. M. that Walker, an old Dallas does not believe in woman suffrage or county boy, was chosen to serve tho is unwilling to work for the cause. It church. This has not been tho habit is just such foolishness as this that in the past, but it is a good ono in makes so many old maids in that sec adopt. Generally home talent is altion. The average youth had as lief lowed to pass by unnoticed. It is so woman who wants marry a man as a in everything, almost. Somo men to usurp all the manly prerogatives, and women of Selma seem to delight even to wearing the pantaloons. in sending away to buy goods in othThe proneness of judges and doctors er markets. Some people seem to to differ is shown in the fact that the think that the further away a man highest Pennsylvania judicial tribunal is found the more efficient he is in If some man can attach has just decided that it is not libelous service. to call a man a grafter, just after our New York, Chicago, or St. Louis to own highest court has solemnly declar- his name quite a large number of ed that it is a libel of the first water. people, get the idea at onco that he Blackstone says that law is the perfec is a big man, and worthy of unstinted praise, confidence and accention. The tion of human reasoning, but it seems Journal would be glad for the people to depend upon who are the unuerstanu mat mere are just as great to largely fools, frauds and humbugs in New reasoners. York, Chicago and St. Louis as there are in Orrville, Ala.,Hattiesburg, Misj. HEWS NOTES. or Marietta, Ga. And these Southern Mrs. Rachel Weatherford, aged 94, is places abound with our own people. If they are talented, successful and capadead in Casey. ble should they not have the preference Mngowan, a wealthy Mont over alt others? Surely so, and we John T. gomery county farmer, is dead of acute are glad to know that all other names were brushed aside and Mr. Walker indigestion. a home man chosen upon whom Green Hall was struck by a "foul" to bestow an honor and in whom to ball during a game at Whitesburg and place confidence by his people Selma, Alabama, Journal. seriously hurt. Over 1,000 saloons were put out of The cleverest imitation of real Cofcommission in Texas last week by the the law limiting sa- fee ever jet mado l Dr. Shoop's going in effect of Health Cotlee. It U fine In flavor loons to ono for every 500 population. Is Attacked by three Negroes Sid Wal- and mado In just one minute. No police sergeant of Fort tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made ler, former Worth, Texas, shot and killed two of from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc Sample free. Penny's Drug Storo his assailants and fatally wounded tho After 16 yean' experiment the South Carolina "dispensary system," fathered by Senator Tilman, has been found neither to be desirable or helpful to good government. Under it the State alone was authorized to sell liquors cither to private citizens or to tavern keepers. It was doviscd in tho interest of temperance, but graft and corruption soon manifested themselves and many bloody affrays resulted. Entlro prohibition seems to bo tho only solution of tho whisky curse. CHURCH MATTERS. B. D. CAHTEH, New Llverv Depot Street, Phone 90. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. NOTICE! Tim McKlnney Tool A Feed Oo 1. now prepared to supply the prople lth any grade ot coat ami any kind of rnal, 111" farmers, n 111 especially take notice to the low price, thoe lio will buy coal lor wheat thrashing, price, per liuiliol. ranging from fo to IiV, thei ronla ar nil itiKxl, Iroiu N. ltnllwny. mint's out lie LADIES OXFORDS. We are overstocked in Ladies ('' !. K.O. (100011, Mr. TrPEWnlTEnS FOR SALE! I hare on Imml nt lluiilios. Mnrttn .V store In Htnnfonl tjprrlter. ol Marlon, kind., inch as the Monarch. - ('. mnltli, Fox, Oliver. ItemliMtoii, He thoroughly rrlmllt anil n nootl n new. which I u III aril ery ehenp, Vlso mII repairs. Will ship anywhere1 on trial, fall In ami eo them. M, A. JOHNHON. Htnnfonl. Ky. rimlth-rrvnile- SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- I nm prepared todo nil kinds of suneyliiff ami rl II engineering promptly. My work Willi guaranteed ami my price, aro reasonable Write me nt McKlnner or otll inn oter tho telephone through tho lluitonvltla r.xcnange. WAI.rKItM'KIN.Sr.V Tan Low Shoes, season's goods and 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. in two Harry Jacobs, Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of all of them Fresh, New, this Marblo and Crnnito Monu Markers nnd Posts, tVmetery nnd l.an Viiseaml hctlees. Oflleu and works, Mc- Kinney, Ky. monts. The Truth Every person in this city who issuf-fcrin'""n Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp diV esse, can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durEgists sell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. g mnkliiK Jean. I.tmi-wthe Illankets. Flannel. Yarns, Ktc. will either work wool or eschanue goods for II. High tit market prlcv for wool. C. II. WUIOIIT, Pror. Tht McKlnnty Woolin Mills, McKlnniy, Ky. I. now In operation nnd Is remly to vre , pulillc In 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. Small Farm For Sale I neign-liorhooschool-houke ! desire to sell prlMitely my funis of fit acre.. In Lincoln county, eten mile. Iron Htnnfonl nnd two miles from Mnjwootl, oi cool rond s4 mile from pike. In giiod cIumj to church, rural route and s, mile from lind nil ery progra.s, Utlnnce III ductive,', farm Ingood fence, t'omfortnlile Under houe of ill room., new tmrn nnd all other outliuullniii. ami nun nee ol llnenmer nuu fruit of iillklnm. J.T. I.t INdSTOS. It. F. 1'. No. 1, htanford, Ky. ll H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. jX O. L. l'ciiny 15. H. Codey K. H. Colcmnn FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! A fine lilue grnts farm for .ale iltunted on newpUe near Point Ienell nnd six mile, outh of Ijincutler. containing Si acres, welt located III gmHl nelghtorhood, part of the John VS'nlker tract, with n seten-rooresidence thereon, with nlliieceMaryoutliilldlnKund Well wntered, six good, new luirn ueter fulling spring, and creek running through. TrKMH acnh In hnml. balance one nnd two year, from day of .ale, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. Persons looking for uch place plea.e w rite W. O. U'Ai.kKii.nUnfonl. or sea r, two-itor- y FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TRY OUK Talcum 1'owtlerK, CJMIIgC, i. tail. An Illinois judge has decided that a person who has just eaten garlic may be ejected from a theatre. The leniency of the law and the compassion of judges are again demonstrated. It could have as justly been decided that the offender might be killed. third. Detroit was selected by acclamation for the meeting place of the Grand Lodge of Elks in 1910. James U. Sam-mi- s, of Iowa, was elected grand exTo wck and alllni women, there is at least out alted ruler. war, two Tho temnerance people will contest war to help. But with thatlocaL cna treatment, must ba combined. Ona li ll ronstltu tne election neiu ai unatoi, va , wnicn Uocal. but both an Important both tmtntlal. Dr. Shoop's Might Cars it tfcs Local. by 32 votes. They was won bv the wets Dr. Shoop's Restorative, tha Constitutional claim that 125 illegal votes were cast Tb former Dr. Snoop' Night Cure Is a topical mucous membrane suppository remedy, while Dr. by the wet side. wholly an Internal treat6boop'i KkdtoraUre Prof. William J. Hart, of Flemings-burment. The ReetoraUra reaches throug boot tha has been elected principal of the entire mun, seeking the repair ol all nana, tissue, and all blood ailments. Nicholasville graded school to fill the allThe Night Cure", vacancy caused by the resignation of work while you sleep. a Ilu name lmrflas, deal la ttoothei tore and Inflamed mucous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and Prof. R G. Lowrey. discharges, eases nerrous 75 years old, excitement, while the KestoraUre. and ambition, Mrs. William C. Grant, fires renewed vigor and Miss Catherine A. Baker 73 years builds up waited tissues, bringing about renewed energy. Dr. Shoop's old, her sister, have arrived at New strength, vigor, and or Liquid Take general tonlg KestoraUTe Tablets York, having made a trip around tho to the sjitam. for poalUre localaftt uta as wall help, world without escort. It is estimated that the tobacco crop in the Green River district has been damaged from 40 to 50 per cent, by floods. Plants in the lowlands aro under several feet of water. The wife of W. H. Hankla is dead at PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Liberty. She had been an invalid for five vears. Her maiden name was Wil kinson and she wbs a sister of Dink and prominent Casey Camp G. R. Wilkinson, county citizens. Weak Women 1 liath Ilnuhea, Toilet niul Hath Soans AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice Cold Sxlu Water with Jcrnsy Cream and Fine Fruit Flavor. 10 PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, g, Dr. .Shoop's ForlMda).. In order to clean un on Mat. Hugs. Klc. Will :l n iu ht cent, rcnuciion. iuieome rare Miritiilii. In millinery. Home big Imrgalm In clo.e out. In wall paper. Nice selection of framed pictures. Now I. your time to huy a handsome mantle mirror. Call and nee. them, t'holco selection of rocker.. Uood line of beds, metal and wood, metal and wood folding leds,crlls,cot.miittreit-oi- . iprlngs, council!-"- , InenKrta, chairs, sultcasea, grips, trunks, extennloii tallies, centre table., midlclne catilmtn, gin... snnli, doors, Ac. Call nnd nee in. Well eoulpped itnck of funeral supplies. Hervlce night or day. 0. II. PltlMTT.Morelnml, Ky. Moroland, Kentucky, ting., Iiruggeta, t'nrpeL, 'V..'. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. g? TJ E3BBBBBEESBBBBBEEE Night Cure Dinwiddie Preserving Hemes, Algonac, Midi, Those Louisville whisky and beer people are having a time regulating the saloons of the Falls City. If they will bide Ky a wee the temperance people of Kentucky will do the regulating for them Going Miss Cora Fields, on hearing that by putting them out of business. her sister had married their cousin, Will H. Corothers, who bad been atThe Society of Equity, of which Con- tentive to both young ladies, shot and gressman J. Campbell Can trill Is presi- killed herself at the home of her uncle dent, and the Burley Tobacco Society, near Vernon, Tenn. Special Train of Pullman Sleepers, of which Clarence LeBus is president, Delay In taking Foley's Kidney leaves Lexington G:30 v. si. are at outs and the war promises to be Itemedy If you have bacnache, kidney Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is wroog. It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help. Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and see how quickly good health will come to you again. Test it and seel Sold by Penny's Drugstore. & up-to-date Co., Mason Jars. Jar Tops. Gums and Porcelain Lined Summer Outing Under Personal Management of Hustonville, Ky. You Will Need Them. Undertakers and Ky.t Evening Gazette Embalmers. We carry an line Lexington, of goods. We can Furnish Them. July 20 1909. $22.50 INSURANCE. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Insures 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 dis count. i R. B. NAHONY or bladder trouble, fastens the disease upon you and makes a cure more diffi A Kansas preacher draws large crowds to his services by advertising cult. Commence taking Foley's Kid Covers the cost, ami includes transand you will soon I that his sermons will not exceed 10 ney Keraedy portation, both ways, ono entire berth In length. Can't some of our be well. Why risk a bcrlous malady? minutes in Sleeper, and ono full weeks' board Stanford Drug Co. local preachers take the hint? Ilnrnn Oalffir nntharhllil thft VAiincr. ut Camp Algonac. THE amount expended by the States A. .. A lkn. l.nn.1 TAl.i..litM last year for education was $325,7G5,C59 the Austrian branch of the Rothschild Reservations Close and yet there aro people still who say nousc, committeu suiciue at Vienna an unfavorable lovo affair. of "I taken," "he written it," "have you July 12. Booklet Free. m a aw?" etc. A tickling or dry cough can be Miss Ella May Saunders, A Pennsylvania man has just mar- quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's showing that it Cough Remedy, No opium, no chloLocal Representative, ried his mother-in-ladoes not take a war to demonstrate the roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Stanford. - Kentucky. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. heroism of some people. to-da- y . Interesting. a jSLLAa OUR LAWN FENCE U n lesa expensive and hotter feuco than wood. Morcornanicntal, dura-hl- o anil.n time wivcr aH you need no eaw, hammer and iiiUIh to keep It in repair. Call at our store, eee tho hcuutlful fahric and gutea and let u thaw you the low prices on a good fence joh. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. If' You Spend Most of Your Life on UNUSUAL CONDITIONS. Wo-men- 's Rug Bargains. Your Feet nntl In your Bhoe. 3 Wo nro giving romo wonderful Iwrgnins in McnV, Goods advancing in the cities, hut going down at our More. Too many Floiiliciin and Children's Shoes. Wo nro oflering the goods and crowded for room is tho reason for this. now Rugs that don't escape the cut and We have nhout seventy-fivmake at very attractive price?. Don't fail to gnwp this opportunity to save the next week is RUG WEEK. 10 per cent, discount from any of these M 85 85 ami C Quality pretty Hugs. They arc in Velvet, Moquettc and Smyrna. Prices 81 to 82 CO 83 60 Quality 83.50, less 10 per cent. 8- 'W 8!l 00 Quality on any item purchased in our store, IicsIiIch tho hundreds of items at '25 to See our special Velvet Rug 27x54 at 81.25. of the low Indies' Low Show, in Hires '2 to 3J, 83 (jiiality, Sl.Ott. White anil Grey 50 per cent, discount. This mean moro at this store Big line of Mattings, Carpets, Curtains and Shades at Cut Prices. price rule that is followed here. Cnuvai 0.x fords 05c. well-knowe 10 Per Cent. Discount o SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanfokd, Ky., New wash suits, new wash coats and wash skirts. Sevcranco & Son. & SON, STANFORD KY. L. IS. HuglicB - Jfi.v 10, 1900 SreciAt. Joan of Arc 10 cent cignr we will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only G cents straight. Penny's Drug Store. "personals Dk. L. U. Cook continues very ill. Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Dr. I. C. Dye, an aged and promiFarmer. nent citizen nnd physician of Liberty, . Lost, between Hustonvillo nnd Stan is dead at an advanced age. He served In Warner's Doesn't that bnth-rooford yestorday, n box containing lady's two terms as county clerk of Casey and window remind you that you necdoncT for many years was Identified with the hat. J. D. Swopc, Hustonville. best interests of that county. His on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. Prices The Q. & C. will run on excursion to wife nnd ono son, W. T. Dye, survive, Sco our windows. Cummins & Wearen. Cincinnati Sunday at )1.G0 for tho Horton -- Mrs. MnlindaHorton, aged TAXES. Tho tax books for 1909 nro round-trip- . Train passes Junction City 74, died at H island Wednesday and was now ready. Como In and get your at C A. M. Two houses and lots and ono vacant lot In Crab Orchard. Apply Dr. A. S. Price, Stanford. T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Very Low Prices! Don't fail to ce our Oxfords lcfore buying. We have tlio lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Tnn?, Vicis, Oxfords, &c. Pnt-cnts, J. For Sale. T. Hill, sheriff. Mrs. John Klms proved. Is somewhat im- Suito of rooms in Odd Fellows' building just vacated by Hon. in that J. N. Saunders. Also store-roobuilding. Ed Wilkinson. For Rent. buried at Mt. Monah at 3 o'clock yes terday afternoon. Sho is survived by the following sons and daughters: Al bert, Everett, Frank, Mart and Joe Horton and Mesdames Urooks Uarkcr Is with Covington friends. Mrs. II. U. IlAUniiMAN Is rapidly convalescing. Miss Dollik WlLCIlEK is III with typhoid fever. Mb. J. W. IIayden, of I'arls, wan here yesterday. Mr. M. 0. Vandeveer was In llich. monil this week. Ml33 GRACtK Disiion Is visiting friends In Lexington. Mrs. T. S. Wtnn went to Frankfort yesterday to visit friends. Miss 1)eu.a Godiiy. of Hustonville. is visiting Mrs. W. F. Diihon. Mrs. A. H. Elkin, of Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. K. M. Now-lanand Samuel Hill Mr. Hill Srialdinir in Louisville visited J. W. Cook and d. this i week. Mr. Sam SrooNAMORE has returned from n visit to Indianapolis, Chicago ml nthor cities. Du. J. W. Sams, of Muhlcnburg ounty, was here yesterday, tho guest of Dr. G. G. Perry. Mrs. II. A. Pleasants, of Groom. Texas, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. II. Swonc. in Danville. misses Dkssik Harrington Eliia Thompson, of Eubanks, are and visit- ing Mrs. V. F. Dishon. V II'- - Mrs. Lula Cormney and daughters, Misses Sarah and Frances Cormney, visited friends at Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Ciias. J. Kitchen, Jr , of Ashland, will nrrivo tonight to visit relatives during tho fair. Mi3s Ruth Putnam, of Richmond, will arrive tomorrow to ho the guest of Miss Roberta O'llannon during the fair Mrs. W. B. Mason and Miss Edna Mason, of Lancaster, spent Wednesday with Mrs. M. S. Uaughman and daugh tcrs. Mr. J. R. Cass, wife and children uarA tlntL-- frntn Hrorfheari to see Mr. Lester U. Hilton, who has appendi citis. MI2SK3 MAHIK ami Joikpiiink Har wiua nf Prpntnnbunr. will arrive Tucs tn visit iIl fair. tho Misses Uaughman for the Moo I V t'ntiTMAV. nf I arrived yesterday to be present at tho burial or Mr. A A. warren in muuveiu his body is found. I. M.llnticti and son. Maurice, of Stanford, wore here vestorday adver tising tho Lincoln County Fair July 21, 22, 23. Liberty News. ruiiTiH Cover, of Crab of Orchard, and James P. Goodo. lluilonvllle. are serving as jurors in the U. S. court at Richmond. Uraniuro I W 1M.1IIM nnd J P. Thompson and children, of Lebanon , Mi-aui- The Thcatorium is growing more For Sale New flvo room cottage; Dorcas Williams. popular each week. Mr. Grecncbergls lot contains ono acre, located In Crab Tortured On A Horso. s showing some pictures now. Orchard. For prico aud terms write "For 10 years I couldn't rldeahorse Uetter see them. Maurice M. Perkins, Crab Orchard, without Iwilntf In tnrtnn Irnm nllaa ' Ky. A NUMDEK of people have accepted m writes L. S Napier, of Rugless, Ky., To School Tax Payers. All people "when all doctors and other remedies our suggestion to clean up for the fair and tho best town on the map looks owing me back taxes must pay by failed, Ducklen's Arnica Salve cured better than it did tho first of tho week. Aug. 1, 1909, or they will bo advertised me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, in Interior Journal and pay for cost Scalds, Cuts, Bolls, Feter-Sore- s, Let tho good work continue. Ecof same. Maurice M. Perkins. Crab zema, Salt Itheum, Corns 25c. GuarThose owing Dr. L. U. Cook will Orchard, Ky. anteed by Penny's Drug Store. greatly oblige him by calling and settThe L. & N. offers a reduced rate of Tho trial of Berry Simpson and othling with Mr. John H. Shanks at as early to ers for killing U. S. Marshal Mullins, n date as possible. The doctor is too ill one fare plus 25c for the round-trithe Lincoln County Fair which will be of Rockcastle, is on at Richmond. to call on those who owe him. held at Stanford beginning Wcdnesily Pains of women, head pains, or any Mr. I. M. Dunn, Secretary of the week, July 21st. Tickets on sale from Danville fair, which will be held Aug. Richmond, Lebanon. Corbin and all in- pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See 3. 4, 6 and 6, his our thanks fur a com- termediate points. full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Penplimentary ticket, which we will look To Mammoth Cavk. Lincoln county ny's Drug Store. forward with pleasure to using. m excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29th, J. D. Eads had a fine colt bv J. CarCasey county people will hold a fair only $9 83 the round-trip- . This includes at Liberty Aug. 23, 20, 27. This will railroad fare, board nt tho hotel and roll Bailey's Preston to die Wednesday night. be good news to the many Lincoln coan admission to the several routes of the ty people who had rather go to the cave, going on regular train. Same NOTICE! Liberty fair than tho big concern at rate applies from all stations in the Seattle. TtiOMi h county. Via Lebanon Junction. One Ini! clnlnn ngnlntt tbt pttnto of Mrn.MlniTWiC'obti Mill plrnnv them Tun report that there would bo no night for promenade and dance. See properly pro-i- i to mt by Aug, su. ifev. L. & N. agejnt. Itlill vkiiC'oiiii, Kx'or., Dnmllle, Ky. "flying dutchman" at tho fair here is erroneous. Secretary J. F. Cummins At Master Commissioner's sale here I FOR one Monday the Harris home on West Main has contracted with an which will be on hand before our next street, occupied by Rev. D. M. Walker, to-tor- y Oni'niy terms, n house. inrKt, ioi. kuuu mimmp issuo is printed. There will also be an was bought by Mrs. John F. Cush for outlittlldlneii. Tlili I nun oiut-- net-- sftiiry mtv ilcalrablu resi "ocean wave" for tho benefit of the $3,055. The Napier farm of 84 acres lience property, on Htanford tret, I'rntiKy Kor furthrr Information adnear Hustonville was sold to F. M. un-children. k. l'. mmi, r.lliley, .Mil Yowell at J53. J. W. Peake nnd B. F. Ik Rev. D. M. Walker turns down Coin bought the Wilson Martin farm of that splendid cull mado him from the 1GS acres in the Turnersville section at DRIPPING SPRINGS. congregation of the largo and wealthy 115. A. M. Feland bought 100 acres of P. O. Crab Orchard, Ky. Christian church nt Selma, Ala., he knob land for $103 and F. W. Davis 54 will prove very conclusively his love and acres for $330. Tho Samuel Lindsay I now open for th Write to Spenm good feeling for his Hock here, which place near Crab Orchard was bought by r mivr, .miuager, iorkh.oii. loiuer. We hope J. S. Broughton for $S3I. holds him in highest esteem. .. . ho will decline with thanks. MASONS' high-clasp m p m pn-fn- t $3.50 Oxford, Special 3.00 Oxford 2.50 Oxford 1.50 Oxford 1.25 Oxford $2.69 2.29 1.98 M9 1.05 20 PER CENT. OFF on all Children's Slippers. You will find our prices on everything eke in proportion to thoc. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Blue Grass Fair SNCORPORATEDI SALE Lexington, Ky. BEG August r ort-hiiri- 6 DAYS AND NIGHTS g $25,000 $1,000 The Biggest and Best in the South, IN PREMIUMS. 914 Saddle Korse Stake Excellent Automobile Racing, Monday, Aug. 9. -- Chautauqua, Stanford, llY a disagreement or a misunderstanding, we know not which, of the trustees of tho Klngsville Graded School no tax can be levied this year, nnd consequently thcro can bo no graded school. It is utifurlunutu that tho children of that section nro mado to suffer because of wrangles and careless ness of school trustees. Tho Kings villo people should get together and elect n new board. G. F.VAUGHANandJ. R.Cunningham, of Richmond, Va., have bought a tract of land from C. W. Uohmer which ad joins the Hurley Loose Leaf Ware to 8th. The people of Stanford and Lincoln county have a treat in store for them in tho near future. The pro hibition forces In Kentucky have hit upon the novel way of the Chautauqua to preach the Gospel of Temperance throughout tho State. They will con 3rd Aucust MEET. The Best Horse Show in America. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. on each tlrtt ami nluhu of inch month, nt 7:M oviock inineir naiion main uneet, Htanford. Ky. MenilT nf ilter lodges nro fraternally Incited to lw present. T. V. Pen- In Mateil third Monday nliiKton, Htc. Lincoln K.A A. M.u III meet High Class Trotting and Running Races Daily. Unexcelled Program of Amusement and Carnival Attractions. on South Broadway and will erect on it a largo factory for redrying tobacco. They have already bought a redrycr and have about closed a deal Junction, are vismng mmr purt-uiofor a boiler and engine Tho whole Mr. and Mrs. Milton Warren. Lexingplant will cost about $50,000 Mesdames N. G. Tevis, of Missoula, ton Cor. Courier-Journa- l. Mr. Vaughan Montana, and Alice Cloyd, of Danville, and Miss Hortcnse Dodd. of Downs, is a nephew of E. C. Walton, of this hero. III., were guests of Mrs. James N.Casli. placo, and Is . We had a pleasant call Tuesday afMr. Al Warren Drowned. The ternoon from Misses Delia Godboy, of of the West End, and Minnie Adams, In- sad news came Wednesday morning that Middleburg, who are attending tho Mr. Albert A. Warren had drowned in stitute. tho canal of Yellow Creek at Middles- Miss Margaret Woods Allen Little and Master Julian Allen, of Millers- - boro. Tho canal is just back of his ourg, win De me kucbw i mum "o home and it is believed that in his efPearl and Master Robert Embry during fort to get out some floating timbers, to work which has been assigned. The the fair. ho fell In the swollen stream. He was greatest factor in determining this new Messrs. T. T. and G. T. Lackey, of seen floating down stream and a rope spirit was without doubt, the opening Litchfield. III., are visiting their father and sisters at Crab Orchard. Tho latter was thrown to him, which he caught address of Instructor J. W. Ireland, and Miss Oohelia Lackey were guests but could not hold. This was tho last by which he deeply impressed upon of the family of Judge J. W. Alcorn. seen of him and the supposition Is that them their duties and responsibilities as ho drowned. A searching party was teachers. A number of trustees were LOCALS. mado up at once and Yellow Creek was present at the discussion of the new dragged for miles but at last accounts school law Monday afternoon, but there LtBBEY cut glass at Mueller's. . the body had net been found. Mr. was no sign of disapproval on the part Novelties In, neckwear. Cummins Warren moved with his family to of any of them. Visitors of the Insti& Wearen. from Stanford some five or six tute who hsve been mado honorary Wedding and graduating presents of years ago and for some timo had been members are; Mr. Carpenter, of Asbury He College, Wilmore, Mr. J. G. Yaden, news editor of tho quality at Mueller's. was about CO years old and a son of the of the Sue Bennett Memorial School of Try aomo of Wilkinson & Singleton's lato James It. Warren. He is survived London, Mr. N. B. Sewell, represencountry killed beef, pork and mutton. by his wife, who was a daughter of tative of Ginn& Co., Mr. W. P. King, Judgo W. R. Carson, a son, Ernest tho agent for educational journals. day of August is the last The first Warren, nnd daughter, MIsa Virginia Mr. Sewell especially deserves comday for filing dirt road claims. Geo. li. Warren. Ho also, leaves a sister, Miss mendation for his excellent addresses Cooper, county clerk. Emma Warren, of this place, and a to the teachers during his visit. The m Mr. Warren was a following committee on resolutions has THE Lincoln County Fair Association brother in Kansas. thinks that after admitting ladies free member of tho Christian church and a been appointed by Supt. Singleton: on tho first day for the past three years clever and universally popular man. Mr. Caleb Newell, chairman, Miss Kate It is not asking too much of them to His tragic death caused much sorrow Bogle and Messrs. I. S. Flanagan, J, pay admission this year and they are here. Tho body will be brought here C. Hays and W. T. White. Roberta O'Bannon, Sec. cordially Invited to do so. for loterrraont when found. house f well-know- n duct about 50 Chautauquas, In strategic centres, for one week. The very best talent that they can command will en Owing to wanting to be tertain and delight their auditors with uwny from tioine mine nnd milliner, I have till decided to rent my Dlx wisdom and wit as well as inspire them Holler Mllla, driven ly water nnd 3ller tiaiii to heroic endeavors who want liberty (lower, (lood locution. .Mill In llr.t-clicondition. and peace without license and degradaW. H.TIt.VYI.OIt. 11. K. I). No. i, Mtnnford, Ky. tion of manhood. Among the entertainers will bo a cartoonist, a humorist, a quartette and a family of musicians. Iniures Tobacco and Tobacco A large tent, located in a convenient Barns. part of the city, will accommodate the Nothing But Insurance. large crowds that attend tho meetings. There will bo two gatherings each day D. in the afternoon and evening, A sea The Insurance Man, son ticket will be only $1. Popular STANFORD, KY. prices for each day or entertainment. lleildence Phono SO; Office, W. Cause. Friend ok the Insure with mo and be fully protected. The Teachers' Institute opened July 12th at the Graded School building and .. has so far proven to be tho most suc Slf M O is cessful meeting for years. Sixty three teachers are in attendance and there jr m n rP JL i has been scarcely a faiiuro to respond S5 B hj MILL FOR RENT! 10 Big Free Acts Daily For Catalogue or further Information, address 10 J0UETT SHOUSE, Sec'y, Lexington, Ky. A (ASH STORE AfTER AUGUST 1ST. We are maklnir this chanco for several excellent reasons and only after carefully considering all sides of the question. We believe It will be in ev ery way a Ulstinct gain to our customers, even more than to oursolves. in a casn uusiness, an losses on uau accounts, ior wnatever cause, are avoided; bookkeeping and collection expenses are done away with; there is no possibility of disputes and wrangles over accounts; the merchant always has ready money to buy goods at tho lowest spot cash prices, and to profit by all discounts for cash. To tnako up for theso losses and various expenses, wo 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 this or quit. Tho people of this community want low prices; thoy want us to meet outside competition, to which they must pay cash. Wo can do It easily on a cash basis in fact can guarantee you at least a good 10 per cent, saving on your purchases, compared with the past. This change of policy does not mean a sacrifice of quality or going back on tho standards wo have set ourselves In every single item, we can and shall give you better goods for the same price or the same article for less. This chancre, too. Imnlles no ouestion of or reflection on anyone's ability to pay what he honestly owes or his willingness it simply gives us the means to serve all our customers better. The cenerous natronace you have given us we appreciate. We want you to continue it and shall make it richly worth your while by the much closer prfces a cash business win enauio us to quote. IleirlnnlDir Au'-- . 1, no credit whatever. IDO'J, uo shall iro on a strictly CASH basis aud give Jesse Wearen, B-- 2D ? " li 0 o cr n n K 2. .- - c " ex S3 2 r? c: 2-- s 5 2.3 S o 3 b23q H- MATT ENGLEMAN, Mt. Salem, Ky. n M5 2 UC-h w K'5 2 i News-Recor- kS" Sac s'Zg. s 3 g 2 -- hrl r SI If" -a . 3 m .n :: B Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of BSl3oS-8Sii7"- -. CD - i. tf w a ri-- m n o ta ff i.j 5 mm '' MS, m f a 8 raa- S a t 2.2.3? rr - -- , ai - COUNTRY in - PRODUCE 2oo m m -- b. PS s ta n - Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. S Tl " a z. 5 B" u-- . - S.7 H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Lm T I r f WIP""" "'tr T,wfP changing scenes of life death has taken from us George L. at Stanford at Carpenter. By his death this organizaMnUrtdin the mond-ela- tt matter. tion has lost a good friend, a wise dl rector and a faithful assistant. He came to us while his father was super Intcndent and through all the years, alNo.St,Houlh,lllMr. t. though his business called him away he No.St,Houth,ll:UA M. No. 54, North, 4IV) A. M. would come back and by his Inspiring No. . North, &:f! r. M. No.n, 10:47 A.M. talk and cherry words give us encourNo.Si.llWr. M. agement. His life was ono of service, JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. lie served us faithfully and efficiently as assistant superintendent, president of Christian Endeavor and ns general I FOR director of our organization. With lyirgrtnnd smnll ln'nttrorn nnd tobacco every work that was for the upbuilding fnrni., lexi'l, rloli nnd free from atone. inrt;e of character and tho cause of Christ he rrsilcncinncl rmnis, koo1 rnllrontl cmirec-tton- was Identified. When we were Joyful, Cnn offer n bargain nt (IS to II) tin acre, lorn? he would rejoice, when sorrow was our III.AKI.KY, Bowling Cirren, Ky. portion, his was true sympathy, as kind and gentle as a woman. He was of young but his advice was sought and Amid the great Pott-Offi- The Interior Journal. IN MEMORIAM. The Great CUT PRICES: Wo arc overcrowded nnd All Summer goods must be wild nt Coil make room for our Full stock of new, fresh good. Nuto tho prices: in not Men'-- ; Suits Men' Suits Men's Suits Men's Suits Men's Suit Men's Suits L. SN.TIJWETHBLE Danville Fair, Aug. 3, 4, 5 and 6. Four Days of Pleasure and Entertainment. Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section. SALE were were wcro wcro were were Selling Selling Selling Selling Selling Selling nt 8122 nt 818 nt 815 at 81'2 at 810 nt 8 7 50 00 00 50 00 50 now now now now now now 811 48 12 10 H UK 118 7 48 I 18 s. i. Men's mw Shoes were Selling nt Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt Mcn'n Low Shoes were Selling at Men's Low Shoes wcro Selling nt 81 00 now 83 50 now $3 00 now 82 fiO now 83 25 2 08 2 38 1 1)8 Stock I! Si his counsel heeded. Too young was he to die, it seemed l'deslre to tell prHutely my itock of busl-nto us, but he used tho years well. In Hardware. Doing n gooa Will Invoice nbout i,'nJ. Henson early life he became a christian, he was 111 health. OK.O. 1) llOPI'Kll.Htnnford, Ky, always Rood, and up until his soul went into the land of life eternal he never murmured; his suffering was borne with patience. His life is a monument to His heart was christian manhood. Surgeon good he has done - KENTUCKY. large; the but every day wewill never STANFORD, be known learn of Office over McRoberU' Drug Store in some deed that shows his great sympathetic heart. the Owsley Buildinjr. Physically he was not strong, yet cold and sleet were heeded not when he is Curable Eczema scientific preparation foi heard of sorrow or distress. ZEMO, Could each good deed be a stone, and external use. Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin each kind act a cement we would rear diseases. Eczema quickly yields and is a monument to the clouds. Out In our permanently cured by this remarkable medicint. All Druggists. Write for sam- hearts we have a memorial more lastple. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo. ing than stone. His influence will go on and on. To the family we extend Penny's Drug Store. our sympathy, but would remind them of the following lines which he so often quoted, Jlnve your measure tnken by n tailor of ex- "So live that when the summons comes perience. Then your clothes, vitietbern low to you price business tult or the finest evening clothe., will hare that Individuality and nt Tho innumerable caravan, that moves which plainly Indicate they were made to your.mensure. I wlllnlso take jour meas- To that mysterious realm, where each ure for extrn trousers, fancy rest., top shall take coats and overcoats. Spring nnd summer samples on hand ready lor jour Inspection. His chamber in the silent halls of death, H.O. HUPLEY. The Tailor. We go not like the quarry slave at Htantord, Ky. s. for Sale. Merchandise Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling at 83 Ladies' Low Shoe were Selling nt 83 Ladies' Low Shoen were Selling nt 82 Ladies' Low Shoe were Selling nt 82 Ladies' Low Shoes wcro Selling at SI Straw Hats, 81 50 Straw Hats, 82 00 Hats, 83 00 Straw Hats, 83 CO Value now Value Vnluo now Value now now-Stra- 50 now t0 now 50 now 00 now 50 now 82 38 2 11) 1 1 1 08 38 111 A. S. PRICE, Dentist, 8.08 1 38 2 24 118 2 Best Fair in Central Kentucky. SAMSTANFORD. ROBINSON, KY. When Ordering Clothes $3,500 Will be Given Away in 1 Premiums and Purses. Excursion Rates on all Roads. Special Train to and From Somerset Each Day. TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET: NOr.TIIIiOUND. I The Guessing Contest on Our I Soap Window is Increasing. Don't I I sH .HH J.L.Beazley&Co., Scourged to his dungeon, but sustained Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid and soothed, for external use. Zemo gives instant By an unfaltering trust, approach our any form elief and permanently cures grave, Pitching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Like one that wraps the drapery of his Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, couch lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. About him and lies down to pleasant G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. dreams." For him death was but a doorway, I through which he passed into the "house mansions " We shall miss 110 acre., of good blue grass of many The farm of bind, lw? one mile North of McKlnney.on him but through our tears we can look the Htunfortt pike. Improvements nnd fencing Rood; plenty of witter nnd fruit. up and say, Thy will be done. Alto 125 acres of tlmlierecl land one mile MOKELA.NO UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL. Jfcutot McKInney; h:If under fence; plenty ol water nnd good tobacco land. Ste A. OIVKNrt. Agent. J. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. McKInney, Ky. New wheat is aeiiuig at $1.17 in HarCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! din county. July wheat went to $1 27 at Chicago 1 can furnish the public with the best, ns well as the freshest of cut riow ers, plants of Wednesday. all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths J. M. Pettus has several good brood lor lor funeral puriwses. In connection with thentoe, Iluno all marcs for sale. kinds of eietubles on hand lit reasonable For Sale, six Southdown bucks. J. C. DflC S. Lynn, Stanford. eilUlHTMANiiUKKNIIOrKH. KoIUmiAKn, l'Koit. For Sale. Two hornless bulls, black Htanford, Ky aid red. J. E. Bruce, Stanford. For Sale. 450 No. 1 stock ewes, extra good. E. T. Pence, Stanford. S. H. Baughman sold to a Tennessee KH V " tr a I ,W HlUtb-l-UR- S pirty a fine young jack by S. T. Har Feathers. Tallow, Beesntx. Ginsens. ris' great breeder, Billy Kcene, fcr ColJfu Seal, (Yellow Hoot), etc. We $025. are Dealers, and can eo belter for von Ewes for sale. COO owes bought in than agents or commiuioa merchants. Wty.ie and Russell counties. No WesReference, any Bask in Louisville. Write for weekly price list and ship. tern ewes in the lot. Coulter & rx: lags. We furnuh wool bags free. Middleburg, Ky. ffl.SABEL&SONS, Fire of unknown origin destroyed a CTAUHtO IN 1IS large tobacco warehouse at Milton to2Z9 . Marfctt St LOUISVILLE. KY. gether with 10,000 pounds of good Bur-le- y leaf tobacco, prizes and other utensils. Advices from various sections of Hopkins county are to the etTect that f pounds or of the tobac-cro- p in Hopkins county has been ruined by the recent rain3 and will be a total loss. Itching Skin Diseases night, FARM FOR SALE 1 POnillKlUNO. grow-ngcro- Somerset Science Hill Pulaski Eubauks Wnynesburg King's Mountain South Fork McKinney Moreland lion en Junction City Arrive in Danville Leave 11:20 am Danville i:4 1 nm Junction City 11:17 am Rouen H:57 am Moreland 10:01 am McKiimey 10:11 nm South Fork 10:17 nm King's Mountain 10:20 am Waynesluirg 10:3."nm 10.40 am 10:10 am 10:57 nm F.ubauks Icnve 0:00 0:0 0:13 0:18 0:27 0:33 0:41 pin pin pin pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm I I W. H. H ICC INS, I M Stanford, Kentucky. Pulaski Science Hill Arrive at Somerset 0:48 0:55 7:01 7:00 7:151 tfcviSWOOU - T. B. BRIGHT.Pres. I. M. DUNN.Sec. BEGINNING JULY 1st WILL SELL ROUND TO All Rail NewYoikCly AtlanucCity Asbury Park. N. 1 I -- TRIP TICKETS $2800 Noifolk and O. D. S. S. Co $30 00 Via Norlollt and 25 50 I have ju-- t received a car of OLD HK'KOKY WAGONS, the les wagon on the market for the money. See them Iwiorc buying, ns there lias lieen n great improvement in their coiictructinn. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. KY. 00 00 00 00 one-hal- O. 23 80 D.S.S.&N.Y 30 30 30 30 MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SEStyles up to tho minute. Prices beyond competition. Wo also state that our Spring Lino U now complete. To savo money, como und see nnd be convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies, Misses nud Children nnd our line of Gent's Shoes will certainly please. Hunan and Walkover liuoi uro hummers nud lire strictly reliable Yours for an honest ileal, Ciiahuh Wiu:i:i.i:it. 1 Umlei Users and Embalm. ws. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiuge.Rugp. Tbey will exchange Furniture for all Kin Is of Stock. Give Tbera a Call. Prices Right. Long Branch. 23 60 dispatch from Lexington states Ocean Ciove. N.J. 23 80 N. J that it is rumored that the Kentucky Spring Grove. N.Y 23 80 23 80 Burley and Equity Societies are on the Se.Cirt.N.J 26 15 verge of open war which may result in CapeMay.N. J 25 80 OceanOty.N.J rival pools being formed for tho conGOOD 30 DAYS. UBCRAL trol of the tobacco crop of tho white Un sale every day. Kound trip rickets New York and lioiton, rail and Burley district. and allowed. another. Good 30 days; A STOP-OVERS 30 00 water, co:nj one route returning p stop-ove- STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Good Oct. 3 . or bladder troublo could rcalUo tholr Old Point Comlort and return, July 27 and August 21. Tickets good C1 danger they would without loss of 1 5 days. Slop over allowed on return trip Atlantic City and return, August 9. Tickets good 1 5 days. Stop- tltno coinmenco taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. Tula great remedy stops the over allowed on return trip at all authorized points For full information call on or address GEO. W. BARNEY, D. P. Ah pain and the Irregularities, strengthTicket office Phoenix I lotel. Lexington, Ky. ens und builds up tho organs and William M. Yent, City Ticket Agent. there Is uodunger of Hrights' diseuso Round-tri- If people with symptoms of kldnoy tickets to all mountain and summer retorts. flfl tJIXx.VV Of JXfvf 41A J. C. McClary, P. 1 tl-ii- or other serious disorder. Do not disregard tho early symptoms. Stanford Drug Co. Twelve more deaths due to tetanus as a result of the Fourth of July celebration have been reported throughout the country. This brings the total deaths due to observance of Independence day from all causes up to 114. A Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de Buggies. Jfirst Tfational ffiancy Stanford, Jty. Orjamt.it, 882, Capital Slock, SSO.OOO. Surplus and 'UnJivJ.cl ZPr.fili. S20, OOO. "ft ' .HLWKki jr i Night Rider's Raid. tfMfcrtaker. Imbalmar and Saddler). ,ftMlr ln:Hr.., STANFORD, r9u.,iw. Ilota KY- I'bpna S. The worst night riders aro calomel, croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your bed to rob you of rest. Not so with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They net er distress or lucoavenlence, but always cleanse the system, curing Colds, Headache, Constipation and Malaria, 2Jo at Penny's Drug Store. m m There are plenty cheaper buggies but there nro none better. Buggy painting, fimt-clawork, 810; phaetons, 812; surreys, 814 nnd up, accord- Jfas paid in 'Diuidtndt ing to the size. Per set, buggy steel tires, best quality, at 83.50. Ruggy in 30 ounce rubber at 88. Buggies tops and ielined OFFICERS. at 810. Ruggics recovered in leather ami reliued tor 825. Rubber tires, I, S, Mocker, President,, tho boot on tho laurket ami tho loncst prices, Goodyear and Kclley, at 814, S. T. Harris, Rest Goodrich at 810. We solicit your trade. i; tinea Ortfanlxailon, S2t 500. on Snuil. 9?u Jfcaounts Our Itftrilt DIRKCTOM. Jobn Mason dropped dead at his home near Liberty, IT. M. ,,-'. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. IUaaWl Mia P Keid. , H. Baughman, M D. Elmore. J. M. Fattui. II. C. Daaghmao, J. F, Cummins, John J, McKoberti, Cashier; S. T, Harris, no. O. Roblason, II. C. Baughman, Assl. Cash'r V. B O'Bannon . 3, Mocker, W.W .Sauudin, Bookkeeper, C. It. Tate. ty u. ; lBrlsWJ.sWaajis"P. -- 'mtqLjtxxt,i..jW7v$ mm hih -