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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOP JOURNAL + YOLo XXXVIISTANFORDI KY TUESDAY JULY 20 1O9 NO it I lJCa1t Ei1tc ttrnI i 1 I The Lincoln Countyyc- It will commence tomorrow and continue through Thursday and Friday A great show of stock is on hand from all over Kentucky and each contestedJTake a day off and bring your WIFE and CHILDREN to the FairI Amusements of All Kinds on the Grounds S T HARRIS Pres J F CUMMINS Secy I Resolutions Pasted by the Lincoln County Teachers At a committee representing the teachers of Lincoln county assembled in the annual institute wo submit tho following resolutions That we pronounce this session of the Institute tho most successful held in years and that to Prof Ireland is due J great credit for his untiring efforts to ensure this success That Superinten dent Singleton fulfilling as always the part of a friend to every teacher is hereby thanked for the Interest he has shown in the personal and professional welfare of each of us That tho teachers themselves are to be congratulated on tho fact of hayI ing learned that only by Individual cooperation can an Institute ho mudo profitableThat ministers of tho town havo helped In tho uplift of our aspirations by their attendance and their timely words of counsel all of which are thoroughly appreciated That wo extend the thanks of tho In atltuto to Prof King of Maysville Prof Sewcll of Lexington Mr K S Alcorn and Prof W 0 Hopper for their presenceI and valuablo assistance in our work That while there may bo defects In our now school law yet wo believe It to be far superior to the old and ask a more patient trial before urging that it repealedCaleb Miss Kate Uoglo W T White I S Flanagan J C Hays PREACHERSVILLE 0 T Lunsford had a vnluablo brood mare killed by lightning Master Raymond Thompson young son of F L Thompson is suffering from potion oak in his eye Levi Sow der who had a severe attack of heart trouble II out again It G Pettus and lien Duncan saw a hallon light near hero last Tuesday af ternoon On Investigating they found It was sent up at Danvlllo and contain od a ticket entitling the finder to a big lot of bread Mr J T Payno and handsome daugh tore Misses Darling and Carrie Payne of Lebanon Junction were visiting Mr J F paynu and family Miss IJcttio Carpenter was visiting her sister Mrs William Akers Mr and Mrs J Williams showed us a quilt which Is about the best piece of needlework wo have ever seen It was made by their daughter Miss Rebecca Williams now teaching in the D and D school at Knoxville at tho ago of 14 The work consists of pictures c worked by hand which she drew all the letters of tho alphabet pictures of all the presidents birds flowers fruits fishes and everything perfect as pos sible and It Is something ono can look at an hour and then sea somo thing he didnot see before There are 300 figures in all All this was finished during ono school term nnd lessons wero not neg lected as Miss Williams stood highest- i n her classes Sees Mother aYoung lilt would be Lard to overstate tho wonderful change in my mother since sho began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L lllpatrlck of Don fprth Me Although past 70 ah soeras really to be growing youn again She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all failed till Electric Bitters worked suc wonders for her health They invigorate all vital organs cure Liver and 4 troubles Induce sleep Impart a stTaanys 1 Premium List of The Lincoln Coun ty Fair Which Begins ToMorrow MULES No1 Best maro mule colt under one year 2 Horse mule colt under one year 3 Stare mule one year old rind under two 4 Beet horse mull ono year old and under two C Best mare and mule colt colt at side HORSES 0 Best horse colt under one year old 7 Heat filly colt under ono year old 8 Best mare or gelding ono year old and under two 9 Maro or gelding two years old and under three 10 Mare or gelding three years old and under four 11 Pluulon maro or gelding any age 1C hands and under 12 Thoroughbred stallion mare or gelding any age ago considered 12J suckling colt either sex by Beau Naboth 13 Fancy turnout single horse de corations not considered stallions barred 14 Walking mare or gelding sound ness not considered any Rite 15 Pairof mares or geldings any ago 16 Stallion three years old and under four 17 Maro or gelding three years old unit under four 18 Pair any age regardless of sex color or ownership 19 Maro or gelding any age 20 Stallion any age JACKS JENNETS AND MULES 21 Jock any age ago considered 22 Jennet any age ago considered 23 Marl mulo two years old and under three 21 Horso mulo two years old and un der three 25 Maro mule three years old and- over 26 Horse mule three years old and over 27 Mule any ago 28 Pair mules any age regardless of sex or colorrHORSES 29 Suckling colt either sex by Ches ter Pea vine 30 Gelding tour years old and over 31 Filly colt under ono year old 32 Horse colt under ono year old 33 Maro or gelding ono year old and under two 34 Mare or gelding two years old and under three 35 Stallion one year old and under two PONIES 36 Mare and colt maro 48 Inches and under 37 Stallion maro or gelding not over 52 Inches show optional 38 Pony driven by by or girl 39 Stallion three years old and under four 40 Stallion four years old and over 41 Maro or gelding any age 42 Mare or gelding three years old and under four 4211 Rockaway maro or gelding any age 43 Stallion four years old and over 44 Saddle stallion mare or gelding any age undegr 46 Stallion one year old and under two 47 Maro and colt colt at side either breedinghyears and under three 49 Mare four years ojd and over COLT STAKE J 60 colt either sex r U 51 Walktrot and canter mare or gelding any age I 52 Maro or gelding any age 63 Pony ridden by boy or girl rider not to be over 12 years of age 51 Fancy turnout under 51 Inchese decorations considered driven by boy or girl 1I0RSFsIJ55 Stable four one CIman56 Mare four years old and over 57 gelding four years old and overI53 turnout single wration59 Stallion mare or geldingnlCO Pair any age regardless of lexmcolor or ownership of61 Stallion any agef62 Stallion maro or any age This and ThatdwWhile picking blackberries Miss Min nio Skein was bitten twice by a rattlesnake and is in a serious condition at her home in Wolfe county Ed Callahan who was shot by an as saisln In his store in Breathttt county has sufficiently recovered from his in juries to resume business Marccllus Rinchart an alleged mem ber of a night rider band which killed Rufe Hunter near Clarksville Tcnn ed was found guilty of first degree murder to The tariff bill will probably bo completed by the end of this week and will j receive tho signature of the President and become a law in the early days of in next weak according to the best Inj a IIJudgothat tho sale of near beer contain Ing any part of alcohol no matter how small is a violation of the statutes of Tennessee and asked that indictments be returned against tho dispensers of such decoctions Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a taro in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was In constant danger from wild beasts Today the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Me is largely from deadly diseaseIIIf it had not been for Dr Kings Now Discovery which cured mo I could not have liv ed ho writes suiTcrinng as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia Its the best mcdlclno 0 earth hOc and 81 Guaranteed b Pennys Drug Store Trial bottle freoI Japanese horses wear sandals of ric straw bundles of which ore attached to tho saddle to be renewed when necessary The Iceland peasant shoe- his pony with sheeps horn In the Up per Oxus valleys horseshoes made of the antlers of the mountian deer fnsI tened with horn pins aro employed Horses in tho Sudan go in their stocking feettheir socks are of camel skin with symptoms of kidney bladderpr trouble could realize their danger they would without loss ofI time commence taking Foloys Kidney Remedy This great remedy stops tho pain and tho Irregularities strengthens and builds up the organs and there Is no danger of Brights dlseas- or other serious disorder Do not disregard tho early symptoms Stan ford Drug Co- CHURCR MATTERS Rev H C McGill of Providence this State has accepted a call to the Baptist church at Nicholasville Mrs Caroline Woodcock mother of the Right Rev C E Woodcock Bishop of Kentucky died at her home at Plain vIII Coon IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Knox county will build an annex to her jail The government officials have select the site offered by A R Humble A J Sears for a public building in SomersetRodney Keenon secretary of the Harrodsburg Fair has our thanks for complimentary to his fair which will be Aug 12 13 14 John Stanfill proprietor of a barber at Richmond was arrested on a from Williamsburg charging of his family Resorting to strategy Frank Sola of Somerset and David Dozier Lexington escaped from the Frank ort penitentiary but were caught The LandyLevitan house at Danville raided by Chief of Police Wood and and nine of its occupants were arrested They were fined 100 each but were told that if they would leave town their fines would be suspended They left- After the jury had announced thatIthey were unable to agree W Campbell who was on trial at Lexing ton for killing Policeman Michael Murphy was dismissed on motion of Commonwealths Attorney Allen who stat that the juries had been unable agree in any of tho defendants three I trials and he saw no prospect of a con viction being secured After being out 45 minutes the jury the case of Berry Simpson returned verdict at midnight at Richmond Simpson George Stanley and Slavcn were given life sentences on the murder charge while Berry Simpson his son Jesse George Stan ley Eiisha and Oliver Slaven were found guilty of conspiracy and disobey- Ing tho injunction and will be sentenced on this charge by Judge Cochran Harvey Simpson another son of Berry Simpson was acquitted Everyone would be benefited taking Foloys Orlno Laxative for stomaI ach and liver trouble and habitual constipation It sweetens the stomach and breath gently stimulates tho IIvorI and regulates the bowels and Is much superior to pills and ordinary laxa fives Why not try Foleys Orino Laxative today Stanford Drug Co In tho event that General Purcy Holy becomes the permanent Secretary of tho Democratic State Committee it StatenBoard of Control It would be a graceful thing for Governor Willson to veteranenewspaper man and old Democratic war horse to the office as a Democrat selectedSomersetsJournal Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops chronic coughs that weaken tho constitution and develop Unto consumption but heals and strengthens the lungs It affords comfort and relief in tho worst cases of chronic bron shifts asthma hay fever and lung trouble Stanford Drug Co Girl stream Splash scream Youth dive Out alive I kisseI Bohemian The smallest and moat expensive watch in the world is the ornament to a finger ring set around with pearls A French jeweler has recently brought over three of these and is offering the for sale to the leaders of fashion Preventlcs those Candy Cold Curo Tablets will safely an 1 quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once and seel 4325c old by Penny Drug Store w h Meet Me At jfl F1R 11 JUU 2122 23ra Dressed in aLight TwoPiece HART SCHAFFNER MARX SUIT 7 Silk Shirt Hanan Patent Oxfords Handkerchief Tie and Socks that Match a New Styled Collar and a Suit of Athletic Underwear Top it All Off With a Neat Straw- H Hat On Display at 4T+ 1 t i + + + ++++++++t + + + t f 4 Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY n ft Use Arno1 s HandMais Buggies There ore plenty cheaper buggies but there are bone better Buggy painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 and up accord ing to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered In 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined 1at 810 Buggies recovered in leather and relined for 825 Rubber tires tho beat on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 Best Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trade IT M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY g fTHE h INThRIOP JOURNAL 1 f VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 20 1909 NO 4K r I I1 mt9Fi1tc ttea1dI The Lincoln County Fair H I It will commence tomorrow and continue through Thursday and Friday A great show of stock is on hand from all over Kentucky and each ring will be hotly contested Take a day off and bring your WIPE and CHILDREN to the Fair Amusements of All Kinds on the Grounds S T HARRIS Pres J F CUMMINS Seey Resolutions Passed by the Lincoln County Teachers As a committee representing tho teachers of Lincoln county assembled in the annual institute wo submit tho following resolutions That we pronounce this session of the institute tho most lucccssful held in and that to Prof Ireland is duo fJgreat credit for his untiring efforts to ensure this success That Superintendent Singleton fulfilling as always the part of a friend to every teacher is hereby thanked for the interest he has shown in the personal and professional welfare of each of us That tho teachers themselves are to bo congratulated on the fact of having learned that only by individual cooperation can an institute bo made profitableThat ministers of the town have helped In tho uplift of our aspirations- by their attendance and their timely r words of counsel all of which are thoroughly appreciated That wo extend tho thanks of the in stitute to Prof King of Maysville Prof Scwell of Lexington Mr K S Alcorn and Prof W 0 Hopper for their presence and valuable assistance in our work That while there may bo defects in our now school law yet wo believe it to be far superior to tho old and ask a more patient trial before urging that it bo repealed Caleb Newell Miss Kate Uogle W T White L S Flanagan J C Hoys PREACHERSVILLE 4B T Lunsford had a valuable broodmare killed by lightning Master Raymond Thompson young son of F L Thompson is suffering from poison oak in his eye Levi Sow der who had a severe attack of heart trouble is out again II G Pettus and lien Duncan saw a ballon light near hero last Tuesday af ternoon On investigating they found it was sent up at Danvlllo and contained a ticket entitling tin finder to a big lot of bread Mr J T Payno and handsome dough tera Misses Darling and Carrie Payne of Lebanon Junction were visiting Mr J F Payne and family Miss Bettlo Carpenter was visiting her sister Mrs William Akers Mr and Mrs J Williams showed us a quilt which is about the best piece of needlework wo have ever seen It was made by their daughter Miss Rebecca Williams now teaching in tho D and D school at Knoxville at tho ago of 14 Tho work consists of pictures worked by hand which she drew all tho letters of tho alphabet pictures of all the presidents birds flowers fruits fishes and everything perfect as possible and it is something one can look at an hour and then see some thing he did not see before There are 300 figures In all All this was finished during one school term and lessons were not neg lected as Miss Williams stood highest in her classes Sees Mother Grow Young It would bo lard to overstato tho wonderful change in my mother since sho began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Dan forth Me Although past 70 she aeems really to be growing young again She suiTered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health They Invig orate all vital organs cure Liver and kKiiJney troubles Induce sleep Impart strength and appetite Only lOa at Pen nys Drug Store I I Premium List of The Lincoln Coun ty Fair Which Begins ToMorrow MULJSINo1 Best mare mule colt under one year 2 horse mule colt under one year 3 Mare mule ono year old and under two 4 Dest horso mule ono year old and under two G Beat mare and mule colt colt at aide HOUSES G Best horse colt under ono year old 7 Best filly colt under one year old 8 Beat mare or gelding one year old and under two 9 Maro or gelding two years old and under three 10 Maro or gelding three years old and under four 11 Ihaton mare or gelding any age 15 hands and under 12 Thoroughbred stallion mare or gelding any age ago considered 126 suckling colt either sex by Beau Naboth 13 Fancy turnout single horse de coratlons not considered stallions bar red 14 Walking mare or gelding soundness not considered any ago 15 PalriOf mares or geldings any ago 10 Stallion three years old and under four 17 Mare or gelding three years old and under four IS Pair any age regardless of sex color or ownership 19 Maro or gelding any age 20 Stallion any age JACKS JENNETS AND MULES 21 Jack any age ago considered 22 Jennet any age ago considered 23 More mule two years old and under three 21 Horse mule two years old and un der three 25 Maro mule three years old and over 26 Horso mule three years old and over 27 Mule any ago 28 Pair mules any age regardless of sex or color 4 lIonSES 29 Suckling colt either sex by Ches ter Pea vine 30 Gelding four years old and over 31 FiJIy colt under ono year old 32 horse colt under ono year old 33 More or gelding one year old and under two 34 Marts or gelding two years old amt under three 35 Stallion ono year old and under two PONIES 3G Mare and colt mare 48 inches and under 37 Stallion mare or gelding not over 52 inches show optional 38 Pony driven by b y or girl 39 Stallion three years old and under four 40 Stallion four years old and over 41 Mare or gelding any age 42 Maro or gelding three years old and under four 423 Rockaway mare or gelding any age 43 Stallion four years old and over 44 Saddle stallion mare or gelding any age 45 Stallion two years old and under three 46 Stallion one year old and under two 47 Mare and colt colt at side either sex regardless of breeding 48 Stajlion two years old and under three 49 Mare four years ojd andover COLT STAKE 50 colt either sex v 51 Walktrot and canter mare or gelding any age 52 Mare or gelding any age 53 Pony ridden by boy or girl rider not to be oVer 12 years of age 51 Fancy turnout under 51 inches decorations considered driven by boy or girl HORSES 55 Stable four horses handled by one man 56 Mare four years old and over 57 gelding four years old and over 53 Fancy turnout single horse deco ration stallions barred 59 Stallion mare or gelding CO Pair any age regardless of sex color or ownership Cl Stallion any age 62 Stallion mare or gelding any age This and That While picking blackberries Miss Minnie Skein wits bitten twice by a rattlesnake and is in a serious condition at her home in Wolfe county Ed Callahan who was ehot by an as sassin in his store in Breathitt county has sufficiently recovered from his in juries to resume business Marccllus Kinchnrt an alleged mem ber of a night rider band which killed Kufo Hunter near Clarksvllle Tcnn was found guilty of first degree murder The tariff bill will probably be com pleted by the end of this week and will receive the signature of the President I and become a law in the early days of next week according to tho best in formed persons at Washington I Judge Moss at Memphis decided that tho sale ofunear beer contain ing nny part of alcohol no matter how small is n violation of the statutes of Tennessee and asked that indictments bo returned against the dispensers of such decoctions Life Years Ago Scientists have found In a cave In Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago whoa life was in constant danger from wild boasts Today tho danger as shown by A W Drown of Alexander Mel is largely from deadly disease If It had not been for Dr lIngs Now Discovery which cured me I could riot have liv ed ho writes suffcrlnng as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To euro Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia Its the best medicine on earth 60o and 81 Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Trial bottle free Japanese horses wear sandals of rice straw bundles of which are attached to the saddle to be renewed when necessary The Iceland peasant shoes his pony with sheeps horn In the Upper Oxus valleys horseshoes made of the antlers of the mountian deer fas tened with horn pins are employed Horses in the Sudan go in their stock ing feettheir socks ore of camel skin If people with symptoms of kidney pr bladder trouble could realize their danger they would without loss of time commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy This great remedy stops the pain and tho Irregularities strengthens and builds up tho organs and thorn Is no danger of Brights disease or other serious disorder Do not disregard the early symptoms Stan ford Drug Co- CHURCH MATTERS Rev H C McGill of Providence this State has accepted a call to the Baptist church at Nlcholaavllle Mrs Caroline Woodcock mother of the Right Rev C E Woodcock Bishop of Kentucky died at her home at Plain villa Conn l IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Knox county will build an annex to her jail The government officials have select ed the site offered by A R Humble and A J Sears for a public building in SomersetRodney Keenon secretary of the Harrodsburg Fair has our thanks for complimentary to his fair which will be held Aug 12 13 14 John Stanfill proprietor of a barbershop at Richmond was arrested on a warrant from Williamsburg charging nonsupport of his family Resorting to strategy Frank Sola mon of Somerset and David Dozier of Lexington escaped from the Frankfort penitentiary but were caught The LandyLevitan house at Danville was raided by Chief of Police Wood and deputies and nine of its occupants were arrested They were fined 100 each but were told that if they would leave town their fines would be suspended They left After the jury had announced thatIthey were unable to agree W Campbell who was on trial at Lexington for killing Policeman Michael Mur phy was dismissed on motion of Com monwealths Attorney Allen who stat ed that the juries had been unable to agree in any of tho defendants three trials and he saw no prospect of a con viction being secured juryIna verdict at midnight at Richmond Berry Simpson George Stanley and Elisha Shaven were given life sentences on thp murder charge while Derry Simpson his son Jesse George Stan Icy Elisha and Oliver Shaven Were found guilty of conspiracy and disobey ing tho injunction and will be sen tenced on this charge by Judge Coch ran Harvey Simpson another son of Berry Simpson was acquitted Everyone would be benefited by tak ing Foleys Orino Laxative for stom ach and liver trouble and habitual constipation It sweetens tho stomach and breath gently stimulates tho liver and regulates the bowels and Is much superior to pills and ordinary laxa tives Why not try Foleys Orino Laxative today Stanford Drug Co In event General Purcy Haly becomes the permanent Secretary of tho Democratic State Committee it will leave a vacancy on the State Board of Control It would be a graceful thing for Governor Willson to appoint Col W P Walton the veteran newspaper man and old Democratic war horse to the office as a Democrat would have to be selectedSomerset Journal Foloys Honey and Tar not only stops chronic coughs that weaken tho constitution and develop v Into con sumption but heals and strengthens the lungs It affords comfort and re lief in tho worst cases of chronic bron chitis asthma hay fever and lung trouble Stanford Drug Co Girl stream Splash scream Youth dive Out alive Lovers kiss Wedded bliss Bohemian The smallest and most expensive watch in the world Is the ornament to pearlsAover three of these and is offering them for sale to the leaders of fashion Proventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely ant quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once I Store and seel 4325c old by Pennys Drug c Meet Me At w 4 IHE MIR JI JULY 212223ra 1o 4 i Dressed in a Light TwoPiece HART SCHAFFNER MARX SUIT Silk Shirt Hanan Patent Oxfords Handker chief Tie and Socks that Match a New Styled Collar and a Suit of Athletic Under wear Top it All Off With a Neat Straw Hat On Display atta t Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Use Arnolds HaniMade Buggies There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys S14 and up accord ing to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined M at 810 Buggies recovered in leather and relined for 825 Rubber tires the best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 1 Best Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trade R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY i h Y 1t The Interior Journal r Eo c WALTON h whetIt ed secretary of the State Democratic n Campaign Committee To us it see theftsimple question of whether he it If he will ho ought to given the place As an organizer his no equal in the State ho know- every leading democrat and is the be judge of men anywhere It will be we ts remember that when he conducted tie campaigns the party was victor ois It hasnt been since If Gen Ha ly will accept the place by all means let Chairman Combs appoint him TUG liquor men whistled too soon Bristol Va which only went wet by the narrow margin of 32 on the facer of the returns la to have the announced result contested The drys discovered or claimed that they did on going over the registration lists that 126 men voted who lived across the line in Tennessee and they have pledged all sorts of money to prosecute a suit to set aside the election It will therefore be best oven from a monetary point of view for the 50 saloon keepers who aro applying for licenses not to be too pre viousTun Central Methodist Advocate which has for a year been owned and run by Rev Walter Q Vreeland has been purchased by Dr E G B Mann 1 pastor of the First Methodist church at Lexington who has moved the publication from Frankfort to his home city first issue under his control appeared last week and it is improved in every way and will soon be a model church paper GEN GRANTS portrait is to ador tho 50 bills while Abraham Lincolns go on the one cent pieces The trees ury department is mistaken if it tliink- that that is the relative estimation i which the two are held in public esteem However the great common n people will be able to see the picture of the old rail splinter while only the rich will see tho generals WESTON who is 71 years old walk from New York to San Francisco in 105 days or an average of 366 miles a day But whats the use 7 The trains make it in three or four days It is better to encourage the train than the tramping habit There are tramps enough now TUG police station at Nashville presented a remarkable appearance Wed n sday night There was not a prison er in the building the entire night an the door of every cell swung wido open Who says prohibition does not prohibit i where proper effort is made to enforce It- At RUMOR too good to be true is tha President Taft will veto the tariff bill because it does not keep tho party platform promises to revise the dutle- downward The country would tho perusal of such a document writtenI in the presidents best styleIIT is said that every head of the State Departments at Frankfort is a candidate for governor with Judge ORear thrown In for good measure The lat- esti to be mentioned is Commissioner Rankin the biggest if not tho brainiest of the bunchIIA DISPATCH says that four saloons were wrecked in Kansas by women That women should do such a thing is not so remarkable as that such places should exist in a State noted for tho in tensity of its prohibition law THERE are said to be only two law yera in Iceland Happy country I A certain class of socalled lawyers are the bane of this country They stir up litigation and strife and ought to be disbarred for champprtrytl THE conference committee possibly in order to keep the republican promise itofa downward revision of the tariff H off one per cent of Tafts corpo ration income tax The interests al f ways get the best of it 14GOODof coal oil better than oleomargerine or bull butter and almost as good as tiinA RUODE ISLAND woman who swal lowed a hat pin six years ago has justIcoughed it up She couldnt afford keep it down under the increased tariffn rates to TilE prophecy of the world ending t onthe 10th having slipped a cog the prophet has now fixed September 15th when it is to be pulled off rain or shine TUB proposition for the appellate court judges to wear gowns is prepos terous They are enough like old grant nies now without dressing like them A WOMANS smoking room to cost 75000 will be opened jn New York in September Women who smoke are o usually for equal suffrage J ft motorcycle exploded during a race in BerHa and kilted fear persons Twtety others were severely injured oc l 4 iPua L NEWS ROTES ElizsbethtgwNegro n suicide John Goode aged 80 years statesman lawyer and soldier died at Nor folk Va h heacod echo tablets whiseIting precincts of tho town wet nMrs Katherino Phipps was dismissed at Lexington on her examining trial the charge of assaulting Mary Ryan J H Buckner n Tennessee distiller was given 18 months in the Feder prison for attempting to bribe arov aaue officer The supreme court of Michigan has decided that a wife is entitled to heavy damages from a saloonist who makes a sot out of her husband John Melin the innkeeper in Sleepy Hollow whose saloon John D Rockefeller for years sought to buy has finally given up the fight At least seven workmen were killed and 20 other persons injured when a building under reconstruction at lith and Market streets Philadelphia fell Wyatt H Ingram Jr formerly of Henderson county trust officer of th Hibernia Bank and Trust Company of New Orleans was arrested on th charge of being a defaulter and forger The Oklahoma delegation in Congress called upon the president and asked him not to leave Oklahoma out of Western itinerary The president sal ho would try to put Oklahoma in th tripIanswer Mrs Evelyn Nesbit Thaw testified at the hearing to determine Harry K Thaws mental condition that her buse hn0 was testimony was given with seeming reluctance The Secretary of War has issued a supplienarmy contracts are to III made with any corporation which is a party to a trust or combination in restraint of trade He has also directed that no dealings can bo had with an agent or middleman who may represent tracted I The annual report of C W Bell State Commissioner of Insurance on the business of life fidelity and companies during tho year 1908 show- t that the 36 foreign life companies issued i during the year 148172 policies carrying a total insurance of 38693 26791 The policies lapsed totaled I 124696 and their total value was 31 I 33490 The premiums collected in th psidTo discuss the best means of prevent ing frauds in connection with tho col lection of the internal revenue tax on unstemmed leaf tobacco because of the butt growers m the tax was the object of a confer Senatosc was a ence and expressed the opinion that when the tobacco schedule is finally adopted the grower will be relieved to such an extent he can sell his leaf tobacco free of tax without keeping a memoranda n POLITICAL givae r Grounds Louisville Aug 25 and 26 L B Herrington has announced him silt for the Democratic nomination for Representative from Madison county Republican will run as an independent for County AttorneyIPresident Taft has decided to appoint Charles R Crane of the manufacturing firm of Crane Co of Chicago as Minister to China John T Davis has withdrawn from race for Representative from Car- lisle and Ballard counties The only I candidate thus far announced is George Reed of WickliffeaSenator Gore the blind statesman rom Oklahoma Is on enthusiast about baseball His wife accompanies him I the games and tells him of the ious plays as they are mode vaI Thomas L Hisgen late candidate for President on the Independence League says the Independence party is dead one and he will hereafter af filiato with the Democratic 5wprofession throughout the South announced that he will be a candidate for United States Senator from Florida succeed Senator Taliaferro whose IIGovilaturecalls for legislation upon 65 subjects sessionhowever lawsIor Btlnu s lato the Heart or Kidneys That is weeds It Is the weak nerves that are b I crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling serves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to i n11nys IDeay in taking Foleys Kidney If you have backache kidney or bladder trouble fastens the disease edupon you and makes a cure more dim cult Commence taking Foley Kid ney Remedy today and you will soon be well Why risk a serious malady Stanford Drug Co Norman Byrn engineer and Law rence Austin fireman of New Albany i kywere killed and 19 other persons wart i injured by the derailing of a southbound Monon passenger train near Crawfords yule Ind InA tickling odcougb can bo Shoopsrjor 7Sold by Pennys Drug Store Mrs J Addison Hayes daughter o the lato Jefferson Davis is dead at Colorado Springs She had been ill sever al Pains of women hood pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Dox Sold by Pen nys Drug Store i DRIPPING SPRINGS ePO Gab Orchard Ky ehfjptnnIsher FOR SALE I housegj nrerssnrd Urabodress HO KINDEnaleyAla IHarry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Mnrblo and Cranito Monu ImontsMarkers and Poiti Cemetery and Lawn McaMILL FOR RENT h6tdecided to reut my uptodate Dlx Itlvr Holler Mills driven by water and steam power 0000 location DIIII In nratclun condition W HTIlAYLOIt F D No 4 Htanford Ky YIRCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kind of con creting os Work Pavements stud In tact we can make any thing from r lereepricebeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Uncolncircuitterm IWTIn the action of Hara J Williams untletlllluteJ MONDAY JULY SO 1MIO county court day at about 1 p xln front of the courtbouse door In Liberty Ky offer IInobelttract of land on the waters of Carpenter ItNnplern1AlexOnysrwhltuwood thence Hi poles to 4 white oaks cor ner ot u survey Charles VnnDweor W 64 poles to white oak and black gumwlth Van hlcLQrnndsame H 40 w ail pales to n chestnut nnd spanlehoakoak nnd dogwood N ftl K to Noah Hnowi corner n white oak nnd black oak thence with Know line 85 poles to a chestnut tree nnd mn pie thence N a W HI pole to H white oak N 77 pole ton stake In said lays line H 7tt K to the belllnnlngColltnlnlug Oncre8 Hand with security for the sale price interestfronton tho land and having the force stud effect u Judgment J II PAXTON M O rooII K Taylor Atty for Plaintiffs Blue Grass Farm for Sale I In obedience to n Judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered nt tho Novem Urowadministrator conllululouorIWKDNKHDAYAU041PW highestIIndTurnerivlllo In Lincoln county Ky aboutmidway betweon Uustonvlllo and thus described Beginning at intersec tion of Htnnford A tend Turners vlllo A JlcOorniacks Church pike In front of J F Cosh torehoueU feet from Inter middle3I foot thence N Hi K Bli feet thence N67V NIIN IpJS K 8SJ lent to jrurpUyi line linoItnnPtoetantlcornerto cornerHIliDle N 70 W IN toot to Uoekor corner plkaIncornerIblcOormackacOnrwntthence to stake thence ItumPlII PlktlearEYn1acres nOllrhlpplDg COlitRln building crtItand the purchaser must Rive bond with tothethetortelien on Jhe land Jn p XTONfOLOO MCS uney Atty for Plaintiff i a D 1 CAR-TeLlvervDopot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 K A AM will meet In Mntotl communication on eiich llrat and Tikbdford Ky Memburs of sister lodges ore frn tirnnlly Invited to be prInt V Ton nlngton Hec NOTICE nowncoal tho furtgiieriea0vlllrapeclnll55takunoit to the low those buy for wheat thrashing price per bushel rnngln from fronttKO 000011 Mgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I have on hand at Hughe Martin A Cog itoro In Htanford typewriters of various kinds such AI the Monarch L U Hmllh Fox Oliver Iteuilngton Hinlthlremler etc thoroughly rebuilt and a good an now very cheap Alto itll m CallIn31 AJOIINHONHtnnfordKy- SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared tome all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work- IIII guaranteed and my price are rea + tonnblo meat ltuitonvilleExchange WAbEIl MCKINNEY The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now in operation and Is ready to erne Linseylllaaketswork wool or eicbange Roods for It High net market price for wool OlIWIliailT Pror Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 67 IIclln Lincoln county seven mites from Htanford and two miles from laWood1ongood s from 1kt In borhood claw to church rural route and K produUvelaUon au under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new barn end all other outbuldlngs Abundance of line water and of klndlJ TIIVINnHTOl kyr10 PER CT REDUCTION Ce B PRUITr KentuckyForaodnysln Mat tlngi Druggets Carpets HUBS Etc Will Itr in per cent reduction have comae rare lIrltolnlIIIof earl pictures Now Is your Hum to buy a handsome mantle mirror Call and see them Choice selection of rockers leaf line of lads metal and wood metal and wood Inkling beds cribs cots mattress es springs counches Davenports chairs suitcases trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinet glass sash doors Ac Call and see us uppl1tlBtrlceO13 rilUITT Moreland Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Weak WomenT- oweak sad illinr women there Lat least ms way to help nut with that two treatments unit be combined One is local one U constitu tional both are Important both wMotUL Dr Shoop Night Cure U th Local Dr fihoopf K ftor tlT8 the OounltntlontL The former Dr Bhoopi Night eurtl atoptntl mucous membrane lupposltory remedy whll Dr Eihcop Ifttstontlre wholly an Internal treat neat The Restorative rekcne throughout the aanallThe h Qua u Ita name ImpfN4es its work while you sleep It soothes sore aadlnflaa anddischarges ambitionbuildsShoopReatoratlreTSbltnorUgWdale 10 lie iyits For potlUi local help unsjwsll Dr vShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STO- REINSURANCE ABMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count L t LRDJES F t OXftRDS I 1 We are overstocked in Ladieslu Tan Low Shoes t all of them Fresh New this seasons goods and in two and threeeyelet lace and straps LadiesWAllKOVER at 350 and ilU L TRAS at 300 for this sale are 225 Our 350 and 300 Ultra Black Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts We price you now at 250 The Brockport j 250 Black and Tan we price you at 185 We have a beautiful dull top large eyelet 200 Black Oxford in large sizes 4 to 8 to close at 150 A lot of old styles in Ladies and Childrens at any pricea1 I q- l H J McJROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY G L Penny K II Coffey R n Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP TRY OUR Talcum Powders Sponges Bath Brunhea Toilet anti Bath Soaps AND J PEOIAELY Our Ice Cold Sodn Water with Jersey Cram and Fine Fruit Flavor PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Preserving Kettles Mason Jars Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined Tops You Will Need Them Vf We can Furnish Them 1 W E Perkins Crab Orchard IBrandtot Get Some For Fair 1 Sandwiches atif Peanut Butter OIO FARItSc i rI E iliXIENDEWe have decided to run our Great Sale under same conditions as set forth in our first big advertisement until AUG 31ST All Cut Prices in effect until that time We do this to enable some who have not been ableto advantage I this splendid opportunity to do sonWe are still selling Calicoes at 4 34c Lawns 3c Thread 4c spool 5 papers needles for 5c Wash Suits and Skirts at 14 OFF THE PRICE lOc Dress Ginghams 5c Mens Womens and Childrens Hose 4 pair for 25c 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on any article in our house and 25 to 50 per cent on hundreds of other articles IIT STANFORD KY JULY 20 1009 I SPECIAL Joan ot Arc 10 cent cigar we will eel on Saturda e and Sundays 5 cents straight Pennys Drug Store MPERSONALS MR W M BRIGHT spent Saturday t in Cincinnati KEENE LUTES and family viiited rel atives at Paris MRS LESLIE C CARTER returned to Lexington Friday i MR W M BRIGHT was in Cincinnati Saturday on business REV J MURRAY TAYLOR spent several days in Covinjjton Miss CIILOB FARMER visited Miss Sylvia Farmer last week Miss ALOE YAHTIS of Lancaster is with Miss Resale Yantis Miss LULA EDRINQTOK of Huston villc was hero Saturday MR MORRIS M PERKINS of Crab Orchard Is ill with fever Miss DOVE EMBRY of Lexington is with Mrs It M Newland II Miss MARY SC011of Campbcllibunr le with the J EVERETT STONE of Louisville Is with tho homefolks this week MESDAMES W S DENIIAU and II C Wray were at Danvlllo yesterday Ma AND MRS JAMES MERSIION of L Lebanon Junction are hero with rela lives MR J S HOCKER of Stanford was hero this week on business London EchoNEWS comes from Muskogee Okla that Mr W M Morris has typhoid fever MRS CLAUDE PENNVHACKER and children of Danville visited Mrs A C Hill MRJ E NEVIUS and family of Lancaster were guests of Mrs Mattie Nevius MR T S WKBR of Knoxvlllo joined his family at the home of fudge tuner Miss EUZAIIETH WALL ALLEN Mlllersburtr is tho guest of Miss Sallio Taylor Wood MR Jolla B FOSTER went to Lcb non Saturday to see his uncle Mr Ed Stagg who is III MRS C L PRUITT and son Harper of Junction City are visiting her sister at Robbins Tcnn M BSD AMES Lou SHANKS and II K Dourn1of New Castle are guests ol fl v Shanks Miss JEAN ADAMS of CatleUsburg will arrive tonight to be the guests of the Misses Duu hman MR C C CARSON came up from Liberty to tho burial of his brother in law Mr A A Warren MR ED PEYTON of Middlesboro Is spending a few weeks with relatives in the Peytons Well section MR RonKfiT D OTTER and handsome bride of Louisville aro with his par ents Mr and Mrs J H Otter Miss NANNIE HERRING who has been with Mrs Winfred M Duncan returned to Lancaster yesterday REV AND MRS HOMER W CARPEN TER arrived last night form their pro tracted and delightful bridal tour Mn T CIIENAULT WILLIS wife and daughter of Nicholasville passed up to Crab Springs In an auto Sunday i MRS J E CLAUNCII and children I Joe Jr and Margaret Pence of Sam ersot aro with her mother Mrs J E LynnMiss JEWELL SPOONAMORE of Hubble and Miss Sula Eads Monticello i will bo guests of Miss Hazel Stone during tho fair JUDGE L W BETIIURUM of Mt Vcr notwaa hero yesterday beforo Referee in tf case Mr C H Frith of Brodhcad accom panted him j Miss ISABELLA GIVENS entertained her class with u houso party Tho outoftown guests were Misses Jean i Paxton and Matsy Grimes of Stanford AdvocateMESSRS W IRELAND W OlIop- Jer C Garmari M A Johnson and T tV Pennington went to Mt Vernon yesterday to see J A Landram mado deacon in Masonry LOCALS LIDDEY cut glass at Muellers EVERYTHING for fair dinners at Farris WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellers I TilE L N will run a 175 excur sion to Cincinnati Sunday I TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton I THE first dayofAugust is the last day for filing dirt road claims Geo B Cooper county clerk DOESNT that bathroom in Warners window remind you that you need one PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced See our windows Cummins Wearen You should cook fairdinner on an Electric Rango If you want tho premium Farris TAXES Tho tax books for 1909 are now ready Como in and get your re ceipt T J Hill sheriff FOR SALERough lumber oak poplar chestnut beech and elm U G Bruner Waynesburg Ky FOR SALE Two houses und lots and ono vacant lot in Crab Orchard Apply Dr A S Price Stanford SIMS Olympian Springs water will be on isle on tho fair grounds each day Dont fall to got a drink or so GEORGE LUNSFORD of Turncrsville Is offering great bargains In dry goods clothing shoes and groceries Call and s IceWESLEYTh republican convention at Hustonvillo yesterday nominated Jason Wesley of Casey for Stato Sen ator to bo voted for in November THOSE owing Dr L B Cook will greatly obllgo him by calling and sett lingwith MrJohn H Shanks at as early a date as possible Tho doctor is too ill to call on those who owo him F KRUEGER SONS horso ran off yesterday down tho L N track and turned tho cart over three times on tho steep embankment No damage was done either to tho horse cart or har ness I DEPUTY SHERIFF LEE HILL and Jailer Vic Owens took Virgil Hunt and Will Barnett to tho Houses of Reform Fri day The former got one year for car breaking and the latter three years for forgery IALLis in readiness for the Lincoln County fair Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 212223 They otter a nice lot of premiums and will un doubtedly make this tho best fair ever held in Lincoln countyLancaster Re cord THERE are B feshd ofthe stock in tho Odd Fellows Hall Association not yet subscribed for This stock is nontaxable 0 per cent interest being guaranteed and shares in the dividends interest and dividends payable semi annnally See A C Sine 2t COL DWEATIIERFORD un tll recently engaged in the drug business in Danville has completed arrange ments to enter the shod business lie has leased tho rear of tho west room of A U Robertson Bro and will place in stock a most complete line of ladies misses and childrens high class shoes Advocate EVERY thing Is readyfor tho fair which begins tomorrow and when the bell taps tho best lot of stock seen in Central Kentucky in years will bo put on exhibition Saxton Treats band will furnish music for tho occasion Lots of show stock has already arrived and additional strings are coming in on every road HUGH THOMPSON got 21 years for killing his nephew Fred Garrison in Casey will take his medicine Ho was to have been taken to the Frankfort penitentiary yesterday Thomp sons wire is suing him for dlvorco and 10000 alimony and his sister Mrs Garrrlson has brought suit for 30000 against him for killing her son TilE temperance people have about decided to hold an election on tho whis ky question in October Tho three years will expire Sept 12th arid tho drys being convinced that local option Is preferable to saloons want a continuation of It Wo presume tho whisky people will make a fight but the drys say they will bo prepared for any emergency SEE PIANOYes i Since Tuesdays issue of the I J many are inquiring if I am going to sell Myrtles beautiful now piano You may toll your readers yes tho piano goes Remember it is a brand new piano shipped direct from the factory The Williams Organ and Piano Co pay 25 more for the action in the Grant T piano than they do for any other action in the U S Come and see the piano ariiftrYlit T W Barker T TilE banks will close at 12 ocloc each day of the fair THE stores will closedfrom noon untilafter tho fair on tomorrow Thursday and Friday CHIEF OF POLICE CARTER is to be commended for cleaning tho streets Keep up the good work Chief MR FRANK LEE has bought a halfin terest In the Sprague Drug Store at Middlesboro in which he has clerked for some time FOR RENT Suite of rooms in Odd Fellows building just vacated by Hon J N Saunders Also storeroom In that building Ed Wilkinson LOST pocket book containing three paper dollars und a small amount of all ver also a knife with my name on it Reward 11 Bright Hays Tile republicans will name county ticket on Aug 21 by a convention Can didates must make their wants known by Aug 11 in order to get on the ticket AT their meeting here Saturday the republicans named 19 delegates to the Senatorial convention at Hustonville yesterday but did not instruct them notwithstanding the fact that Mr T J Culton of Crab Orchard was an announced candidate Time officers should inventigato the several decoctions of beer that are being sold In and around Stanford When men will drive two or three miles to get such stuff it must contain more than one to three per cent alcohol Judging from the effects of some of it it will put the real beer in tho background To CAVE Lincoln count excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29th only fl 85 the roundtrip This include railroad fare board at tho hotel and admission to the several routes of the cave going on regular train Same rate applies from all stations in the county Via Lebanon Junction Ono night for promenade and dance Seo L N agent TilE work of tho Teachers Institute continued until Friday noon and keen interest was kept alive until the close During the week there wcro several interesting features besides the usua routine of Institute work On Wcdncs day night Prof Smith of the Easter Kentucky Stato Normal School delivered an illustrated lecture on Nature Study At some time during tho week every minister of the town was present to conduct the devotional exercises and to aid the teachers by their well choser remarks Instead of the customary treatment of civil government in tho institute Instructor Ireland invited Mr K S Alcorn ono of Stanfords ablest young lawyers to give an address 01 this subject Mr Alcorn delivered ai excellent talk the thought of which was reinforced by its impressive delivery On tho closing day Profs Walter 0 Hopper of this place and W P King of Maysville gratified the insti tuto by their appearance upon tho pro gram Every teacher left Friday feel ing that the institute had been a sue cess and very appreciative of Mr Irel- ands efforts to make it so SECRETARY TilE MrAlbert Warren was found in tho canal at Middlesboro at about 2 oclock Thursday afternoon within 200 yards of his home Tho canal had been dragged for two miles and hope was almost abandoned when one if the searching party discovered a piece of an undershirt on the hook ho pas pushing in the water This gave renewed hope and soon tho body was found under n lot of rubbish under tho ridge near the city hall It was taken to tho Warren homo and after brief services was brought hero and interred In Buffalo cemetery from the homo of his sister Miss Emma Warren Elds Joseph Ballou and D M Walker held hort services Mr Warren went into the canal which is just back of his home for a swim and into the swift current He realized that ho ould not get out of it and called fo- relpA line was thrown him and in his effort to catch it ho struck against the pUlows of tho bridge and was evidently rendered unconscious A num berof Middlesboro relatives and friends accompanied the remains to this a number of his Lincoln ounty friends joined them and attend ed the distressingly sd burial u the fair grounds each day Give him a trial FAYETTE P WILKINSON son of R Booker Wilkinson of this place hos opened an up to date barber shop at Lancaster JOHN SMILEY of Lexington will six fine show horses R S Scudder with our Bohon Lucas of Mercer with two and Mack Hughes of Boyle with seven arc already on the ground and more blue tie winners are en route A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not si with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds Headache Constipation and Malaria 25c at Pennys Drug Store MATRIMONIAL Richard Mc Belew and Mrs Susap Bcew both of Pendleton county were grahtcd a marriage license Tho bride is the stepmother of the groom and this Is the second matrimonial venture of each Tortured On A Horse For 10 years T couldnt ride a horso without being in tortue from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured me Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Bolls FeverSores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Stor- eNOTICE Tliow having claims ngalnst the estate of Mrs Mlnvrvn will please present them properly proven to mo by Aug SO 1WW lllciiAUD Conn Exor Danville Ky Iteport of the Condition of Tho Crab Orchard Banking Co Doing business nt Grab Orchard LlncolCounty Ky At the close of business July 81009 IResources r Loans nIl Discount with ono or moro endorsers n1 surety tS412J S Due trout National hanks 2615 0 United Htatn nod National Bank- Note IJM8 00 Hpeclo 1331 U 116311 Overdrafts secuml tI5t L OverdrnfUuniecurrd 11114 97 1111 01 Current expenses pnld l6 Heal tltnte banking bouso Iro s Furniture and fixture Ii U- svd3a co Liabilities Capital stock paid In In cash 15000 00 Burpla Fund IMO 00 Undivided profits IMW 7d Fund to pay taxes 135 20 1513 W Deposits subject to check on which Interest I not paid XJaa 5i Demand certificate of deposits- on which Interest U paid jaw 00 Due National Hank H ii Notes und bill redltcountcd snsJ 0 16 i3t 10 Stato of Kentucky County of Lincoln Hot I JO Hnlley cashier of the above name hank do solemnly swear that tho nbov statement 1s truo to tho best of my knowl edge and butler jo 11AILEY Cashier Hubscrlbed and sworn to before mo tblt ii tiny of July 1W9tiy commission expire Jan 23 JOHN UOXIKTON M 1 W K Perkins M M Phillips and J II Collier Director lloport of tho Condition of The PEOPLES BANK Doing business nt Huntonvllle Lincoln County Ky At the close of business July 8 1U09 llesourcett ixmn and discounts with one or more endorser as surety J33 ra 41 Real Estate Mortgages 19214 33 Dull loans on collateral S68 00 TIme loans on collateral 4032 67 67178 41 Duo from National banks US oncl Nat banknotes 328000 txaw46N063 Hpeclo 1JIJ1 6- 5Oheoksandothercaihltems 597 68 697 t9 Overdrafts secured 199 63- MSOraxes Current expenses paid 1W543 Heal estate banking house 4114 V8 Furniture and fixture 223063 r Jlabllltlest171ti0 28 Japltal stock paid In In crfsh taooooo iurplui funds 180 00 Undivided profits 18l en Deposits subject to check on which Interest le not paid 4I8SI 17 Due Btajo bank nnd banker 7VI04 Soles and bills rediscounted 860000 I74T70 2- 3itale of Kentucky Oountyof Lincoln Bet 1 J Wv of the above Lamed flank do solemnly swear that the bore statement Is truo to the ben of fly nowledgo and belief J vllogicINs Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1- 7day of July 1909 My commission expire ab111910 J U KtrEmmet McOormaok W M Myers end J Oi Barker Directors 1 L H Hughes T W Humble Very Low Prices Dont fail to eee our Oxfords before buying Wo have the lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Pat ents Tans Vicis Oxfords c 350 Oxford Special 269 300 Oxford 229 e 250 Oxford 198 150 Oxford U9 125 Oxford 105 20 PER CENT OFF on all Childrens Slippers You will findour prices on everything else in proportion to these I HUGHES MARTIN CO 4 Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY I Blue Grass Fair I INCORPORATED Lexington Ky August 914 6 BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS 6The Biggest and Best in the South tua s 25000IN S The Best Horse Show In America Splendid Display ofEvery I Class of Live Stock I 1000Saddle Horse Stake- Excellent Automobile Racing Monday Aug 9 HifhClassTrotljndandRaoninRaces Unexcelled Program of Amusement and Carnival Attractions 10Dig Free Acts DailyfO For Catalogue or further Information address JODETT SHOUSE Secy Lexington Ky 1798 TraitfijlvaDia Univeriti 1909 Continuing Kentucky University r The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings modern equipment A faculty of 56 chosen from the best universities of America and Europe Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of A11 B S Alf and L L B NeW Science Building recently erected at a cost of 860000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries 1 Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ex penses The session begins Sept 13 lOOO Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal Branch House Stanford Ky Thurman Tudor Mgr 4 H B NejRTf oTT Stanford b The Interior Journal Mnteredine PottOffice at Stanford GI it uitnddatt matter f L N TINE TABLE No 11 Houth11Y6 P x I NoYaHouth1103A x NoY4North44OA M No M North 67 r x No 17 1047 AMIi No Y9 210 P M Ji JOS S RICE Agont j Stock of Merchandise for Sale to sell privately my stock of Oro r1iIdealrEl Hardware good bust invoice aboutIetO Reason t QKO D IIOPPEU Stanford Ky A S PRICEr Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY itOffice over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building r When Ordering Clothes taken by a tailor of ex rlicee0business suit your orthefinctkesenlnwg that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to j yonrjneniure I will also take meat ore for trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Hnrtng and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue grass land one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of Me Klnner half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ngcrop JAOIVEN8AgentMcKlnneyKy CUT FLOWENS FOR SALE- I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices CIIIUSTMAN GUKEN HOUHE8 Kn lluniiAim PKOH Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing Butjnsuranco t Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone SO Office W Insure with me and bo fully protected r YOUROOL HIDESAMD FURS ngGOtdcn tI fotyouthan Louisvillelp eg up ti3 SASEL SONG C1TA1U HKD IN sae 420 E Markets LOUISVILLE KY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE A flue blue gross tarns for sale situated on nar Point Lvnvell and six miles south of Lancaster containing aw acres well located In oood neighborhood part of the John Walker tract wltlin handsome new twostory seven room residence thereon with all necessary sand ROod new barn 40x60 ell watered six runningthrOughTEEMS K cash In hand balance on and two years from day of sale bearing six per paid1ersonssucltplacepleaeawrite- or see W0 VALKKK Htauford JLBeazleyCo DndeitaKere and Embalm ire Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuge They will exchange Furniture frill r Kinds of Stock Given em a Cull Prices Right TFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddler 4 4 STANFORD KY 1 OI41P491teYer Home FhoB B c The Ladies Aid I Weve put a fineaddltion on the good old church at home Its just the Jateat kilter with gallery and dome It scats a thousand peoplefinest church in all the town And when twas dedicated why we planked ten thousand down That is we paid five thousandevery deacon did his best And tho Ladies Aid Society it promised- all the rest Weve got an organ in the churchthe finest in the land Its got a thousand pipes or more Its melody is grand And when we sit on cushioned pews and hear the master play It carries us to realms of bliss unnum bered miles away It cost a cool thousand and its stood the hardest test Well pay a thousand on Itthe Ladies Aid the rest Theyll give a hundred socials cantatas too and teas Theyll make a thousand angel cakes and tons of cream theyll freeze Theyll beg and scrape and toil for sev en years or more And then theyll startall oer again fcr a carpet for the floor No It isnt just like digging out the money from your vest When the Ladies Aid gets busy and says Well pay the rest Of course wore proud of our big church from pulpit to spire It is the darling of our eyes the crown of our desire But when I see the sisters work to raise the cash that lacks I somehow feel the church is built on womens tired backs And sometimes I cant help thinking when we reach the regions blest That men will get the toil and sweat and the Ladies Aid the rest FARMERS DEPARTMENT Hog went to 8Jc on the Louisville market Saturday John B Foster sold to B D Holtz claw 100 ewes at 4 25 J M Pettus has several good brood mares for sale For Sale six Southdown bucks J C Lynn Stanford FOR SALETwo hornless bulls black and red J E Bruce Stanford FOR SALE450 No 1 stock ewes extra good E T Pence Stanford G E Lutes bought 25 hogs from Frank Gross of the East End at Gl and three cows at3c A good gentle family horse also buggy and harness for sale See Mrs Catherine McClary Stanford ESTRAYA pale red heifer weigh ing about 700 pounds Left Thursday night Reward Meier Huffman Danville There were very few cattle on the Danville market yesterday and the demand for them was not great A small crowd was on hand Hughes Swinebroad the Lancas ter real estate men sold a porton of the Dunn farm near Bryantsville to Ben Graham at 120 0 EWES FOR SALE500 ewes bought In Wnyn And Russell counties No We tern ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky Fourteen mules valued at 250 each ate paris green on the farm of Ellis Wilson in Davicss county and five of them have died It is expected that several others will die Gay Brothers of Woodford county made a snug sum in two weeks on their purchase of Kentuckys Choice They paid 3500 for tho stallion and sold him to Campbell of Columbus for 6000 OTTENHEIM The blackberry crop is on in full bla t Ledford Slier who has been very ill ii able to work again A J Manuel of Garrard was a visitor in this section There is some complaint or wheat damaging in the shock Oats are better fn this section than they have been for years Timothy and clover meadows are fine but the worst weather to save it in The completion of Otto Enslins house adds to the beauty of our little village Most of the farmers of this German colony store their wheat in their barns which they have built for that purpose Wm Anderson has bought a new threshing maching but owing to the continued wet weather ho has been un able to give it a fair trial T N Butt is about done sawing at his present locaton He will move to the Plummer tract of timber about two miles from the present site The oldest inhabitant can not recollect of seeing such an electric storm as passed over this section Tuesda were rrore trees struck by lightning than over before in the same length of timeIf the next week or ten days should be sun shiny weather and you should see a man loafing around doing nothing you can safely say that he Is worth about 50000 with a 5000 yearly in come or he has a rich bachelor uncle whom ho is expecting to die soon or ho is just to lazy and trifling too work Tho cleverest imitation of real Coffee ever yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is fine In flavor and is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts eto Simple free PeRRY Drug Store rtIIl v orxcB1It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that Hustonvillo Voting Precincts Nos 2 and 3 need tq be changed for public convenience and the I public good requiring said change and a petition having peen filed asking for said change by about three hundred resident voters of said two precincts- of said county it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that the boundaryof said two precincts bo changedand a new precinct be organized and established and Mme to bo known as Precinct No4 The boundary of Hustonvillo Precinct No2 as changed shall be as follows Beginning on Hustonvillo Stanford turnpike at John Murphys place now 11 Shores excluding him thcnco with said pike to tho intersection of the same and Brad fordsvillo turnpike in Hustouville thence with Hustonvillo Brad fonlsville pike to the Casey county line nnd with tho same to the crossing of the Hustonville Middleburg turnpike thence with said pike to James J McKinucys including him thence a straight linG to R S Scudders ex chiding him thence a straight lino to E D Kennedys place now K1J Tanners excluding him thence a straight line to Hall Andersons excluding him thence on a straight line to R H Coopers to the Hanging Fork McKinney tL Green River Turnpike and with said pike to the place of begin ning including all in said boundary Tho place of holding tho election shall be and remain as heretofore in Hustonvillc Boundary of Huetonvillo Precinct No3 so changed shall bo as follows Beginning at thin Monroe Smith place on Green River excluding it thence tho line of Precinct No da straight line to Dan Moores including him thence a straight Tina to J S Richcnbachs including him thence a straight line to R H Coopers including him thence a straight line to Hall Ander sons placo to the crossing of the McKinney it Green River turnpike mud with said pike to the John Murphy place now H Shores including him thence a straight line to the J M Carter place now Chrisman including him thence a straight line to the P W LOgan place now Hanson exclud ug him thence a straight line where Harris Creek empties into Knob Lick thence down Knob Lick Creek to the crossing jf Knob Lick McConnacks church and turnpike at B F Powells excluding him thence a straight line to the J O Neal place now VonGrucnigans excluding him thence a exceptJohnsaid precinct shall be and remain at Turnersville Boundary of the new Hustouville Voting Precinct No 4 as established herein shall be as follows Beginning at the crossing of the Casey county line and Green River near George Estes thence with Casey county lino to the Hustonville ttMiddleburg turnpike and with same to James J McKiu neys excluding him thence a straight line to R S Scuddcrs including him thence a straight line to the E D Kennedy place now K L Tanners including same thence a straight line to halt Anderson including him thence a straight line to n II Coopers excluding him thence n straight line to J S Richcnbachs excluding him thence a straight line to Dan Moores excluding him thence a straight line to D C including him thence down Green River with Vnynesburg Magisterial Dist ct line to the beginning all in said boundary nod time place of holding the election in said precinct shall be in the town of And nil orders or parts of orders of this court in conflict herein are hereby set aside and held for naught and the clerk of this court is heret directed to give notice of laid changes and now boundaries hIIdverliscinent at least one month before the next election by publication in the newspaper publisluxl in said county having the largest circulation in said county and by posters put up in four of the most public places in each of said precincts A Copy Attest G B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court SUMMER RATES VIA rheC as CI ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY AUG 19th 16 ROUNDTRIP fl 16 u f tii Vi NEW YORK Every day round tripalt rail 2800 VIA Norfolk and O D S Co 3000 Going Rail and Ocean Rdmninj River Lake and Rail 3215 BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York with stopovers 3735 OLD POINT COMFORTTuesday July 27 and Saturday Aug 21 Fifteen Days Limit 1250 Very cheap rates to Atlantic Gay and all Seashore Resorts on Sale Daily Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia on Sale Daily For full information call on or addreu CEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family at n city residence and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by menus of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far lucre Line rate If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southernportion of Indimia and Illinois EAST TEL CO INCOJIPOI1ATKIO Report of The Condition of Tho McKiwi Deposit Bapfc Doing business In the town of McKinney Lincoln county Ky At the close of business July 8100II Resources Loans and discounts with one ot more biulorsersns surety 119109 CO Item estate mortgages 10 GS2 00 Vile from National Dunks U013 87 H ecle I1IJOOU Checks BOIl other cash Items 69203 Overdrafts secured 2aO 81 Overdrafts unsecured 151 00 Real estate banking house 2 W 00 Furniture and fixtures 2MI 00 KOtn SJ 1111 bill tlcil Capital stock paid Inln cash 100 00 Hurplua fund 1500 00 Undivided profits Y t6 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid StfOi TH 110060 21 State of Kentucky 1 County of Lmcoln S H I II U Metcnlf cashier of the above named bank do solemnly wear that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief IL U MKTCAIV Cashier bubscrlbed and sworn to before me this IS day of July 1109 rKJ Tanner NIMy commission Expires Jan 28 llt- FMWareSJBockKL Tanner Di rector 1 Report of The Condition of The Waynesburg Deposit Bank Doing business nt Waynesbura Lincoln County At the close of business July H 100g Hesource9 Ixjansnnd discounts with one or store endorser us surety uPI1 42 Heal estate mortgages 0811 W Time loans on collateral llMlM Other stocks und lands fti no nUll from National flanks 1SJ1 iO- U H and Not Hunk notes I3n 00 Hpocle SIS 414 8751 49 Overdrafts secured Id M Overdrafts unsecured bat flanking house ZKO 00 Furniture and fixture 1711424 G3pll 21 Liabilities Capital stock paid Inln cash 113000 00 Rurplus fund 800 00 Undivided profits 65157 Doposlt subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 46rS M VJI013 II State of Kentucky County of Lincoln B H I Stanley Mcintosh cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and btJllet- IfTANLET MolMToaii Cashier Hubscrlbed and sworn to before ma this Is day of July 1909Q nUooperr01kL00S- ly W1 Cainden l10 My office expires Jan 11910 A K Caldwell L O Qooch n Curtis Director l CUT PRICESAll Summer goods must Ira sold at Cost Wo are overcrowded and must make room for our Full stock of new fresh goods Note the pricesr Mens Suits were Selling at 822 60 now 814 48 Mens Suits were Selling at 818 00 now 12 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 816 00 1I0WI 10 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 812 60 now 8 Q8 Melts Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 48 Miens Suits were Selling at 8 7 60 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 84 00 now 83 25 liens Low Shoes were Selling at W 60 now 2 08 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 38 Mens Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 fiO now 1 98 Ladies Low Shoes weio Selling nt 83 60 now t2 38 Ladies Low Shoes wero Selling nt 83 00 now 2 10 Ladies tow Shoes were Selling at 82 50 now I 98 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 00 now 1 38 Ladies Low Shoes Pero Selling at 81 60 now 1 10 Straw Hats 81 60 Value now S t81t I Straw Hats 82 00 Value now 1 8S Straw Hats 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw HaU 83 60 Value noo 2 08 SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY 11 The Guessing Contest on Our Soap Window is Increasing Dont Miss It t rIi HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI ICIIikINJ 13IAiilzzaiIb 111 I have just receiveda cur of OLD HICKORY WAGONS tbo bee wagon on the market fur the money See them before buying ns there has been n great improvement in their constructio- nS T PENCE STANFORD KYICbe Lincoln county national BankI Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO r Resources340s00000S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- OIREOTORSl 0 1 iJ B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Rankin t Lancaster J H Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek K L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcachersvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek st91ational Jjankan- ford RJ Orffaniiftt 882 Capital Sloek So 000 Surplus and Wndtifiitd ffrofitt 0120 000 Jfaa paid in Dividends slnao Organisation 2t500- fnuito Tfout jfccounts on Our Jftrilt OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Bangbraan Asst Caahr- WWSauadersBookkeeper DIRECTOftLJF Reid J H Baujhmao M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J1r Cummins S T Harris no C RobinsonrrW B OBannoo J S Hxror- C E Tate