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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 WIFE and CHILDREN to the Fair. Amusements of All Kinds on the Grounds. S. T. HARRIS, Pres. Resolutions Passed by the Lincoln County Teachers. Ai a commlttco representing the teachers of Lincoln county assembled In the annual institute, wo submit tho following resolutions: That we pronounce this session of tho Institute tho most successful held in years, and that to Prof. Ireland is duo great credit for his untiring cITorU to ensure this success. That Superintendent Singleton, fulfilling, as always, the part of n friend to every teacher, is hereby thanked for tho Interest he has shown in the personal and professional wetfsro of each of us. That tho teachers themselves are to he congratulated on the fact of having learned that only by individual cooperation can nn institute bo made J. F. CUMMINS, Sec'y. i :' V under three. was raided by Chief of Police Wood and This and That. profitable. 10 Maro or gelding three years old deputies and nine of its occupants were tho town havo and under four. That the ministers of While picking blackberries, Miss Min- arrested. They were fined $100 each helped In tho uplift of our aspirations 11 Phtulon mare or gelding any ago, nie. Skein was bitten twice by a rattlebut were told that if they would leave by their attendance and their timely li hands and under. snake, and is in a serious condition at town their fines would be suspended. which nro words of counsel, nil of 12 Thoroughbred stallion, marc or her home in Wolfe county. They left. thoroughly appreciated. gelding, any nge, ngo considered. EM Callahan, who was shot by an asAfter the jury had announced that extend the thanks of tho InThat wo 12 suckling colt (either sex) by sassin in his store in lireathitt county, they were unable to agree, W. R. Maysville, Beau Naboth. stitute to I'rof. King, of has sufficiently recovered from his in- Campbell, who was on trial at LexingProf. Sewcll. of Lexington, Mr. K. S 13 Fancy turnout; single horse; de- juries to resume business. ton for killing Policeman Michael MurAlcorn and Prof. W. O. Hopper for corations not considered; stallions barMnrccllus Kinchnrt, nn alleged mem- phy, was dismissed on motion of Comtheir presence and valuable nssistance red. ber of a night rider band which killed monwealth's Attorney Allen, who statin our work. 14 Wnlking mare or gelding, (soundKufo Hunter near Clarksvillc, Tenn., ed that the juries had been unable may bo defects in ness not considered), any ago. That while there was found guilty of first degree murder. to agree in nny of tho defendant's three 1G Pair of mares or geldings any ngo. our new school law, ypt we believe it Tho tarilT bill will probably bo com- I trials and ho saw no prospect of a con- 1G Stallion three years old and under to be far superior to the old, nnd ask n pleted by the end of this week and will viction being secured more patient trial beforo urging thnt it four. recoivo tho signature of the President After being out 45 minutes, the jury bo repealed. 17 Mnro or gelding three years old and become a law in the uarly days of in the case of Horry Simpson returned V. and Caleb Newell. Miss Kate liogle, under four. next weok. according to tho best in- -, a verdict nt midnight nt Richmond, 1 Flanagin. J. C. Hay. S. T. White, 15 Pair any nge, regardless of sex, formed persons nt Washington. Berry Simpson, George Stanley and color or ownership. Judgo Moss, at Memphis, decided Eiisha Slavcn were given life sentences PREACHERSVILLE. 19 Maro or gelding any age. that tho sale of "near beer," contain-- 1 on thp murder charge, whilo Berry 20 Stnllinn nny age. II. T. Lunsford had u valuablo brood ing nny part of nlcohol, no matter how Simpson, his son, Jesse; Georgo l, JACKS JENNETS AND MULES: is n violation of tho statutes of ley, Eiisha nnd Oliver Slaven were mare killed by lightning. 21 Jack any age, ago considered. Matter Itaymond Thompson, young Tennessee und asked that indictments found guilty of conspiracy and disobeyson of F. L. Thompson, is suffering 22 Jennet any age, ngo considered bo returned against the dispensers of ing tho injunction, and will be senfrom poiion oak in his eye. Levi Sow-de- r, 23 Marc inulo two years old and under such decoctions. tenced on this chargo by Judge Coch who had a sovero attack of heart three. ran, llarvey Simpson, another son ot Lite 100,000 Years Ago. trouble, is out again. 21 Horse mulo two years old and un- Berry Simpson, was acquitted. It. G. Pettus nnd Hen Duncan saw a der three. Scientist havo found In a caro In Kverjona would le benefltcd by takballon light near here last Tuesday af25 Maro mulo thrco years old and Switzerland bones of men, who lived 100,000 i ears ago, when life was In ing Poloy's Orino Lnxatlvo for stomternoon. On investigating they found over. ach and liver troublo nnd habitual 2C Horse mulo thrco years old and constant danger from wild beasts. ToIt was sent up nt Danville and contained a ticket entitling the finder to u big over. day tho danger, as shown by A. W. constipation. It sweetens tho stomach lot of bread. 27 Mulo any ago. llrown. of Alexander, Mo., is largely und breath, gently stimulates tho liver Mr. J. T. Payno and handsome daugh23 Pair mules any age, regardless of from deadly disease. "If it had not and regulates tho bowels a nil is much been for Dr. King's Now Discovery, superior to pills and ordinary laxa. ters, Misses Darling and Carrie Payno, sex or color. v which cured mo, I could not have liv- tives. Why not try Foley's Orino of Lebanon Junction, wero visiting Mr. HOUSES. Stanford Drug Co. J. P. Payno and family. Miss Uettle 29 Suckling colt (either sox) by Ches- ed," ho wriU's, sulTerlnng us I did Lnxatlvo Carpenter was visiting her sister, Mrs. ter Peavino. from a bovcro lung trouble and stubIn the event that General Purcy William Akcrs, born cough." To euro Soro Lungs, Haly becomes tho permanent Secretary 30 Gelding four years old and over. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Williams showed us Colds, obstinate Coughs, and prevent of the Democratic State Committee, it 31 Ffjly colt under ono year old. Pneumouiu, its tho best medlcino on will leavo a vacancy on tho State a quilt which is about the best piece of 32 Horso colt under ono year old. needlework we have ever seen. It was oarth. 50o and $1. Guaranteed by Board of Control. It would be n 33 Maro or gelding ono year old and Penny's Drug Storo Trial bottlo free. graceful thing for Governor Willson to mado by their daughter, Miss Rebecca under two. m ' Williams, now teaching in tho D. and 31 Mnro or gelding two years old and Japanese horses wear sandals of rice appoint Col. W. P. Walton, the veteran D. school at Knoxville, nt tho ago of under three. straw, bundles of which aro attached newspaper man and old Democratic war 11, Tho work consists of pictures 35 Stallion ono year old and under two. to tho Buddie, to be renewed when horse, to the office, as a Democrat hand, which she drew, all worked by Somerset 1'onies: necessary. Tho Iceland peasant shoes would havo to be selected, tho letters of tho alphabet, pictures of 3G Mara and colt, (maro 43 inches and his pony with sheep's horn. In the Up Journal. all tho presidents, birds, (lowers, fruits, under.) per Oxus valleys horseshoes made of Poloy's Honey and Tar not only fishes and everything perfect as pos37 Stallion, maro or gelding, not over tho antlers of tho mountlan deer, fas stops chronic coughs that weaken tho sible, and it is something one can look 52 inches; show optional. tencd with horn pins, aro employed. constitution and develop Into conat an hour and then see somo thing he 33 Pony, driven by boy or girl. Horses in tho Sudan go in their stock- sumption, but heals and strengthens did not see before. There aro300 figures 39 Stallion threo years old and under ing feet their socks aro of camel skin. in all. All this was finished during one tho lungs. It atTords comfort and refour. In tho worst cases of chronic bron school term and lessons wero not neg40 Stallion four years old and over. with symptoms ot kidney lief If people lected, as Miss Williams stood highest chitis, asthma, hay fever and lung 41 Mare or gelding any age. pr bladder troublo could realize their troublo. Stanford Drug Co. In her classes. 42 Maro or gelding three years old danger thoy would without loss of tlmo commenco taking Poloy's Kidney and under four. Girl, stream, Sees Mother Grow Young. 42 i Uockaway maro or gelding any Remedy. This great remedy stops the Splash, scream, would bo Lard to overstate tho age. 'It change In my mother since pain and tho Irregularities, strengthYouth dive, womlerlul Out alive! ens and builds up tho organs and 43 Stallion four years old and over. sho began to use Electric- Hitters, " Lover's kiss, 41 Saddle stallion, mare or gelding there Is no danger of Brights' disease Wedded blissl writes Mrs. W. L. Gllpatrick, ot Dan-fprt- any age. or other serious disorder. Do not Bohemian. past 70 she Me. "Although 45 Stallion two years old and under disregard tho early symptoms. Stanseemsreally to bo growing young three. The smallest and most expensivo ford Drug Co. again. She suffered untold misery watch In the world is the ornament to 46 Stallion one year old and under a finger ring set around with pearls. from dyspepsia for 20 years. At last two. CHURCH MATTERS. A French jeweler has recently brought she could nolthe'r eat, drink nor sleep. 47 Maro and colt (colt at side, either Rev. II. C. McGill, of Providence, over threo of these and is offering them up and all remedies Doctors gae her for sale to the leaders of fashion. sex), regardless of bleeding. failed till Klectrio Hitters worked such 48 Stajllon two years old and under this State, has accepted a call to the Preventlcs-tho- se Baptist church at Nicholasvllle. CanJy Cold Cure wonders for her health.' They Invig- three. lira. Caroline Woodcock, mother of Tublets will safely an' qulcklycbeck orate ull vital organs, cure Liver and years old and over. 49 Mare four the Right Rev. C. E. Woodcock, Bishop all colds and the Grip. Try them once Ktyney troubles, Induce sleep, Impart COLT STAKE. old by Pennys Drug of Kentucky, died at her home at Plain-vU- and seel and appetite. Only 60o atl'en-- , strength (fesa. 60 colt (either sex.) Store. ny'sDrug Store. j Stnn-smalto-dam h, 4S-2- 51 Walk-tro- t and canter maro or IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. gelding, any age. Knox county will build an annex to 52 Mare or gelding any nge. her jail. 53 Pony, ridden by boy or girl; rider The government officials have select not to bo o'ver 12 years of age. mules: ed the site offered by A. It. Humble 1 Ilcst marc mule colt under one 51 Fancy turnout, under 54 Inches; No and A. J. Sears for a public building in decorations considered; driven by boy year. Somerset. 2 Horse mule colt under one year. or girl. Rodney Keenon, secretary of the 3 Mare mule ono year old and under horses: Harrodsburg Fair, has our thanks for 55 Stable four horses, handled by one two. complimentary to his fair which will be 4 Ilcst horse mulo one year aid und man. held Aug. 12, 13, 14. 5G Mare four years old nnd over. under two. John Stanfill, proprietor of a barberf ltcst mare and mule colt (colt 57 gelding four years old and over at shop at Richmond, was arrested on a 53 Fancy turnout, single horse, decoside.) warrant from Williamsburg, charging ration; stallions barred. horses: nonsupport of his family. 59 Stallion, mare or gelding. 0 liest horse colt under ono year old. Resorting to strategy, Frank Sola-moGO Pair ony nge, regardless of sex, 7 liest filly colt under ono year old. of Somerset, and Dvid Dozier, 8 Ilcst marc or gelding one year old color or ownership. of Lexington, escaped from the FrankGl Stallion any age. and under two. fort penitentiary, but were caught. G2 Stallion, mare or gelding any age. 9 Marc or gelding two years old and n The house at Danville Premium List of The Lincoln ty Fair, Which Begins Coun- Meet Me At THE Ffl JULY 21, 23, R P' n, l.andy-Levita- U, Two-Piec- Dressed in a Light e HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT, Silk Shirt, Hanan chief, . Patent Oxfords, Handkera, Tie and Socks that Match, New Styled Collar and a Suit of Athletic Under- wear. Top it All Off With a Neat Straw On Display at t Hat. Cummins & Wearen, Buggies. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de There aro plenty cheaper buggies hut there nro none better. Buggy work, 810; phaeton, 812; surreys, 814 autl up, accordpaiutiug, sizo. Per set, buggy steel tires, best quality, at 83.50. Uuggy ing to tho and lelined in !10 ouuco rubber nt 88. Buggies tops in leather and roliucd tor 825. Rubber tires, ut 810. liuggics tho beat on the market and tho lowest prices, Goodyear and Kelloy, at 814, Ilcst Goodrich at 810. We solicit your trade, first-claB- S If. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. b v? The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON There Is some discussion ns to wheth- er Gen. I'ercy Hnley should bo appointed secretary of the State Democratic Campaign Committee. To us it seems the simple question of whether he will accept it. If he will ho ought to be Riven the place. As an organizer he his no equal in tho State; he knows every leading democrat and is the best judge of men anywhere. It will bo well U remember that when ho conducted tie campaigns the party was vlctori- ois. It hasn't been since. If Gen. Ho ly will accept the place, by all means let Chairman Combs appoint him. The liquor men whistled too soon, Bristol, Vh., which only went wet by the narrow margin of 32 on the face of the returns a to have the announced result contested. Tho "drys" discover ed, or claimed that they did, on going over the registration lists that 12G men voted who lived across tho line in Ten nessee and they have pledged all sorts of money to prosecute n suit to set aside the election. It will therefore be best even from n monet ary point of view for the CO saloon keepers who aro applying for licenses not to be too previous. I Advocate, The Central Methodist which has for a year been owned and run by Rev. Walter Q. Vreeland, has been purchased by Dr. E. G. B. Mann, pastor of the First Methodist church at Lexington, who has moved the publication f rem Frankfort to his home city. The firat issue under his control appearForced to answer by tho Judge, ed last week and it is improved in every Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw testified at way and will soon be a model church the hearing to determine Harry K, paper. Thaw's mental condition that her husDealer In and Manufacturer of to kill her if he adorn band had threatened Gen. Grant's portrait is to testimony was giv- Marblo and Monu the $50 bills, while Abraham Lincoln's was released. Her seeming reluctance. go on the one cent pieces. The treas- en with The Secretary of War has issued a Markers and Posts, Cemetery and ury department is mistaken if it thinks Vases and (settees. Otlli'o and works, Mc- new rule for the purchase of supplies Kinney, Ky. that that is the relative estimation in army. No contracts are to be which the two are held in public es- for the made with any corporation which is a IWTTT T IXJ-.1-N teem. However, the great common J. 1 combination in re- - IVliJ-J- -r people will be able to see the picture party to a trust or straint of trade. He has also directed of the old rail splinter, while only the imu nu ueauiiKB can uti mm wan any i to and anting to I rich will see the general's. agent or middleman who may represent aay from home tome this summer. I have HI .decided to rent my :tler l.y Holler Mills, drlen ,. ., water and steam Weston, who is 71 years old, walked b trust. ' ,,An.l fw... . I s ww kahiiuii Mill In IT W . a .., SfntR . .. Thannnno rnnnef nf '"- from New York to San Francisco in 105 couiUtloll W. H.Tlt.VYMllt. days, or an average of 3G.G miles a Commissioner of Insurance, on the , V. D. No. 1. Mtuiiforil. Ky. day. But what's the use ? The trains business of life, fidelity and casualty mnke it In three or four days. It is companies during the year 190S, Bhows better to encourage the train habit that the 36 .foreign life companies isthan the tramping habit. There are sued during the year 148,172 policies, carrying a total insurance of $38,693,-26- 7 tramps enough now. con- We are in position to 91. The policies lapsed totaled cretlng. such as lllock do all kinds ofnif nts Work, l'nvf The police station at Nashville pre 124,696 and their total value was $31,- - and. In fact, we can make any ,.thing tromr V u.. eented a remarkable appearance Wed ?33,490, The premiums collected in the 'UUunuunuiuilinivC guarantee Kilt ri,r you promptly and our will aim n'sday night. There was not a prison State totaled $7,797,953. Losses paid worK anu material, material getleast prices at oeiore you uuy your er in the building the entire night, and totaled $3,170,983: the door of every cell swung wido open. To discuss the best means of preventStanford, Ky. Who says prohibition docs not prohibit, ing frauds in connection with the colwhere proper effort is made to enforce lection of the internal revenue tax on I it? unstemmed leaf tobacco because of the Lincoln Circuit Court. provision included in the tariff, but A RUMOR too good to be true, is that which exempts tobacco growers from In obedience to a Judgment of the Lincoln President Taft will veto the tariff bill the tax, was the object of a confer- circuit court, rendered at the November term, l'.7,ln the action of Sara keep tho party's ence at the White House. Senator etcaealn.t M. II, Caldwell, Jr., J. Williams, because it does not etc., the unplatform promises to revise the duties Bradley was a member of the confer- dersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY. JULY St. Usui, downward. The country would enjoy ence, and expressed the opinion that county court day, at nlxjut 1: m. in front of door In Lllierty. Ky., oiler the perusal of such a document written when the tobacco schedule is finally the lor sale nt public outcry to the highest and in the president's best style. bidder, on a credit of six months, the adopted the grower will be relieved to lest tract of land on the waters of Carenter's he It county. v., owned It is said that every head of the State such an extenttax can sell his leaf to-a Oreek.lli Caseytime 01 IllsKdentil ami bv J. tie- mils uler at me keeping without scrilied: Ileglnulng on line of as acres of Departments at Frankfort is a candi bacco free of Alex day's,; while oaks, corner and sour- date for covernor with Judge O'Rear memoranda. wood; thence H 2 poles to S whltu oaks corW SI ner ot u survey of Charles VanD-vee- r, thrown in for good measure. The latpoles to white oak and black guiii,w It h POLITICAL." line, M 16 V M oles to a hickory est to be "mentioned" is Commissioner up the on a branch; Jefferson county democrats will give and white oak Jim poles to a thence Rankin, the biggest if not tho brainiest same H XI W chestnut nnd oak; thence N M " 70 poles to a Spana great banquet at the fatato frair white wnlteoak N IS W HI poles to a white of the bunch. ish oak, Grounds, Louisville, Aug. 25 and 26. oak and dogwood, N M K to Noah Hnow's oak and black oak; thence A DISTATCH says that four saloons - corner a white L. B, Herrington has announced him- with Hnow's Hue h3iKle to a chestnut tree M polustoawhlte were wrecked In Kansas by women. ilf for the Democratic nomination for and imiplu; thencen N SI VIn said (lav's line, oak, N is poles to stake That women should do such a thing is Representative from Madison county. H 7a K to the beginning, containing sUncres, Ilond with good security for the sale price not so remarkable as that such places C. J. Clare has bolted the Republi will lie required of the purchaser, nil) utile should exist in a State noted for tho in- can primary in Cumberland county and to theCoiiimlssloner, lie.rllig legal Interest from date of sale until paid, secured by lien tensity of its prohibition law. will run as an independent for County on the land, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. J. II. I'AXTON.M.O. I..O.O. There aro said to be only two law- Attorney. Taft has decided to ap President U.K. Taylor, Atty. for I'lalntlfTs. yers in Iceland. Happy country ! A R Crane, of the manulawyers are point Charles certain class of Chi& the bane of this country. They stir up facturing firm of Crane Co., of litigation and strife and cught to be cago, as Minister to China. John T. Davis has withdrawn from champertry. Kemedv If vou havo backache, kidney Charles McGill. an Ellzabcthtown or bladder trouble, fastens tho disease Negro, killed his wife and committed Uj,on vou nnj make a euro more dllll- suicide, cull. Commence taking Foley's Kid John Goodc, nged 80 years, states- ney l'emedy and you will soon man, lawyer and soldier, died at Nor bo well. Why risk a serious malady? folk, Va. Stanford Drug Co. Mrs. William Ryan died at Elizabeth-tow- n Norman Byrn. engineer, and Law from tho effects of taking headrenco Austin, fireman, of New Albany, ache tablets. Winchester will vote on the whisky were killed and 19 other persons were question Sept. 20. One of tho five vot injured by tho derailing of n southbound Monon passenger train near Crowfords- ing nrec nets of tho town Is "wet dismissed villc, Ind. Mrs. Katherino Philips was at Lexington on her examining trial on A UckHni, or dry coll(,n cnn tno cnargo or nssaumng wary nynn. nucklv Iooscncii ,tm, I)r. shoon's J. H. Buckner, n Tennessee distiller. c h ,,cmcJ No op,um no chlo. was given la monins in uiu roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. prison for nttemptlng to bribe n rev-ei- Sold by Penny's Drug Store. officer. Mrs. J. Addison Hayes, daughter of The supreme court of Michigan has decided that a wife is entitled to heavy the lato Jefferson Davis. Is dead at Col She had been ill severdamages from a saloonlst who makes a orndo Springs. nl months. sot out of her husbnnd. Pains of women, head pains, or any John Mclin, tho innkeeper in Sleepy Hollow, whoso saloon John D. Rocke- pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with feller for years sought to buy, has Dr. Snoop's Pink J'nln Tablets. See finally given up the fight. full formula on 2.V Hox. Sold by PenAt least seven workmen were killed ny's Drug Store and 20 other persons injured when a building under reconstruction nt 11th and Market streets, Philadelphia, fell, i Wyatt H. Ingram, Jr., formerly of P. O. Crab Orchard, Ky Henderson county, trust officer of the Hibernia Bank and Trust Company of 1 Hpcnrs now opon for the ii'nwn, New Orleans, was arrested on the Klslicr, Mnnagrr. for folder. Write to charge of being a defaulter nnd forger. I Tho Oklahoma delegation in Congress called upon the president and asked houso, terms, On him not to leave Oklahoma out of his large puny Kxxl atnlili' iiml other lot, resiWestern itinerary. Tho president said outbuilding!. This Is very desirable Crab dence proiierts, on Htulitoril street. he would try to put Oklahoma in tho orchard, Ky. For further Infonniitlon adH.C Kinii, Kinsley, A In. dress trip. to-da- y NEWS ROTES. Delay In taking Foley's Kidney a. a. CAHTBR, Now Llverv Depot Street, Phone 96, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. LADIES' OXFORDS. We are overstocked in Ladies' MASONS' MEET. No. W K. A A. M. will meet T.lnenln In stnteil riiniiiiiinlcatlon on each Mrst and third Monday nights of each month, nt Tun sireen, rinn-fon- l, o'clock in tneir nan on main lodges are fra Ky. Menils-r- s of sister ternnlly Insltwl toliepri'MMit. T. W. 1'en- - ningiou, nee. i, NOTICE1 The McKlnner Coal ,V Keed Co.. Is now prepared fn supply the iieople with anygrade of coal and any kind of coal, the lartilers, will e.M'Cirtiiy iaae nonce 10 me ins nrlre. those who will buy coal for win at thrashing, prices per bushel, ranging from v to Id.', these coals aro all rowI, from mines onthe IA N. Hallway. K.O. (lOfKMI.Mcr. mi TYPEWRITERS ..... .. ....... ... FOR SALE! .n-- a 1 UHTK UI1 HIIIIU nl Il.,l..., IIUKI'rll f.t.l. . lilllill L store In Stanford typewriters of various kinds, such ns the Monarch, It. U. Smith, Koi, Oliver, ItemlnKton, nnd etc.. thoroughly rebuilt l,.ian ns good as new, , Via.. t. I.l.h I u III ...II .av pairs. Will ship nil where on trial. Call In and see them. M. A.JOllN'SON.HInnfonl.Ky. Smlth-l'remler, Tan Low Shoes, all of them Fresh, New, this DRIPPING SPRINGS. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING. I am nreonred todonll kinds of surM'ylng and clll engineering promptly. My work will lt guaranteed mill my prices are ren- imiililu U'.llu lim nl l,h?ttlll.V or i.nll till oer the' telephone through the Iiustonvllle r.icnniiRe. WALTKU McKINM'.Y. FOR SALE i, two-stor- y nei'i-ssnr- Harry Jacobs, Cranito monts, operation nnd Is rendv to serve Iinns-lthe public In making Jeans, l.lnseys, lllnnkets. Flannels, Yams, Ktc Will either work wool orexchnnge goods for It. High est market price for wool. C, ll.WIUOHT. 1'ror. 1 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' Small Farm For Sale and Children's at any price. school-hous- The McKlnnty Woolan Mills, McKinney, Ky. season's goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps. Ladies "WALKOVER" at $3.50 and "ULTRAS" at $3.00 for this sale are $2.25. Our $3.50 and $3.00 "Ultra." Black, Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts. We price you now at $2.50. The "Brockport" $2.50, Black and Tan, we price you at $1.85. POT? TPWTM. VJX . a.....v. m ma . 0ns .. i. I de.lre to sell nrlsately my farm of 67 acres. in Lincoln county, .even miles from Stanford and two tulles from Matwood. on l, good road s( mile from pike, in giHMl close to church, rural route and t. mile from Iind all very pro- grass. ductlte,'. farm Ingoon Uilance In culti lence iiominriame vations nil miner house of six rooms new Isirn and nil other outbuldlngs. .Mmndnnreof Hue water and fruit uf all kinds. .1 T. ..IVINHHTON. It. K. 1'. No. 1. Stanford. Ky. H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. tlrtt-clui- JO PER CT. REDUCTION, Moroland, Kontucky, C. B. PRUITT, CONCRETING first-cla- J I PHILLIPS BROS., Koraudas.tn order to clean up on Matting. Uruggets. I nrHt. itugs Ktc Will gle M pcrient. reduction llavesome tare bargains In mllllli'r. Some big Uirgalus In iloe outs In wall piimt NIC' selection Is our IIiihi to of framed pictures. So buy a handsome mantle mirror Call and see them. Choice selection of roclers. Hood line of lotls, tnflal and nixxl, metal and wimmI folding Nils, orllis, cots. mattress, es, springs, cou lichen, iaeiiiorts, chnlrs, suitcases, grips, trunks, extmslon tables, centre tables, medicine ra Mints, glnss, snsh, doors, Ac. Call mid see us. Well equipped stock of funeral supplies. Service night or day. (I. II. l'HflTT. Morelnnd, Ky. r3SS3&S&38::SS3SI O. L. Penny It. H. C.IIey !'. II. Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. 5J KW try ouk Talcum Potvricr?, Commissioner's Sale Dinwiddie & ry an of goods. up-to-d- ate yi Ml M m s.,a , 'l.at.1 l.ru.u, Toilet nml Hath Soa fcjj $(4 AND KSI'I.CIALLY Our Ice Cold b'laln Water with Jcrtey Cream ami Fine Fruit FlavorH. (Q Q TJfl 1 court-hous- e Co. f Qj f1 KKS Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We car- 's PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. jj riS line E3BBBSBSBBBSBBBSBESSE Weak Women To weak and lltnr sromnn, there ii at least on. war to help, hut with that war, two treatments, Preserving Hemes, Mason Jars, Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined disbarred for The conference committee, possibly in order to keep tho republican promise of a downward revision of the tariff, cut off one per cont. of Taft's corporation income tax. The interests always get the best of it. - Good butter is said to bo made out of coal oil, better than oleomargerino or bull butter, and almost as good as on the Independence League cow's butter. John D. sure is playing ticket, says the Independence party is sectionof McKinney pikeithuucewitiimiii-- a in luck. "dead one." and he will hereafter af- I filiate with the Democratic party. j t&n "Sft swalA Rhode Island woman who HM feet n st. i. uiuuiu, in inu tliuncu.N 1KJ4 l: center of to Murphy's line; lowed a hat pin six years ago has just pike with his line thence leaving legal profession throughout the South, S M: W lAtl feet to u stone his corner! coughed it up. She couldn't alford to announced that he will be a candidate thence with Htm of same N W K 1,117 fee to stone corner to Cash tract; thence that keep it down under the increased tariir for United States Senator from Florida line N Hi'i V 1,010 feet to a stone his corner rates. to line of to succeed Senator Taliaferro, whose H 0l!i W V7 feet INI Ills corner; thencecorner; same N 7U W feet to Docker plk.i thence N x'; w I.Till feet to I.center U oflk.1. L 1911. ..,,.,.. The prophecy of tho world ending term expires in ,il.l.ll.i ,.rf lli. ,,,,,, M, W. t.tbrii i.utu. tUllltV . , l .7 O uov. uomer a proclamation lor tno i' feet to center of old road corner on the 10th having slipped a cog, tho K 1,13! McCorillttek A Olirsoll) theilCU N prophet has now fixed September 15th, special Bession 0! tho Alabama LeglS-;IrwU, mcOorniack's line to stake; thence w J'J'l.'jirJ ,'". I,l.",ck ",i,uJL.,,H.,,,J1,i when it is to be pulled off, rainor shine. lature, which is to convene July 27, i ". H iw's K SIS thence vm calls for legislation upon 65 subjects, 'feet to locust tree at ilcCormacks corner; TilK proposition for the appellate The main reason for the special session, court judges to wear gowns is prcpos however, is to strengthen the prohibi- - feet : thence h h, Kan feet; thencori Win K" "t to beginning, containing 117 terous. They are enough liko old gran tion laws. ! acref. The farm It on a good turnpike, ! near ; T, nies now without dressing liko them. Don't drug tho Stomach, or Stimu- - shipping stations on two railroad and con- iw'sSS SKI A woman's smoking room to cost lata tho Utart or Kidneys. That is will be opened jn New York in wrodK. It is the weak nerves that aro , bX.-T- h. ere,.. $75,000 sal, win be made on a September. Women who smoke are crying out for help. Vitalize these It of and mouths III ciual Installments. weak inside controlling nerves with gollduX'foMhe"'." JSSUbS'ili usually for equal suffrage. Dr. Shoop'.Itestoratlve, and see how of A motorcycle exploded during a race quickly good heeltU will come to you force and trfectIsisi4 a Judgment and secured t.u Hun Jtr lia )a Berlin and kIWed four pertona acaln. Test it and seel Sold by pen- -, "' n ,. ny'i Drugstore. Twtety others were wvwely injured. M.c.iuufly, Atty. tor VUlntitr, i -' &. I'lJyMt. sr fcj, "T- - must be combined. One Is local, one U constitutional, but both are Important, both essential. Dr. Snoop's Nlf tit Cure U the Local. Dr. Snoop's Restorative, the OoniUtutlonaL The form.r Dr. bhoop's Night Cure li a topical raucous membrane suppository remedy, while Dr. Bhoop's IOMtoratWe U wholly an Internal treat-aun- t. The Restorative reaches throughout the entire ustem. aoeklnf the repair of all nerre. the race for Representative from Carall tissue, and all blood ailment. lisle and Ballard counties. The only The "Klsht Cure", at lu name lmpfleB,oeea Ita In obedience to it Judgment of tho Linyou sleep. It sore and Inflamthe candidate thus far announced is George coln circuit court, rendered at u. Nomiiii- - work while surfaces, healssoothe weaknesses and ed mucous local term, iwk. hi me action at I J, urow's ease nervous H. Reed, of Wickliffe. administrator against O. J. Crow 's helmand discharge, while the KestoraUre. and ambiUon, excitement, give renewed vigor the undersigned Senator Gore, tho blind statesman 'creditors, mansion house, on commissioner build up watud tissues, bringing about renewed the premises, strength, vigor, and energy. Take Dr. Bhoop's will at the from Oklahoma, is an enthusiast about at about 11 a.m. on general tonle Restorative TableUorLlquld-af- ts baseball, ills wife accompanies him uirerforsaieut nubile outcry to tbu highest totaautUss. Tor posltli local help, um a wall uraw anu oesi uiauer iiiu to the games and tells him of tho va . ITurnersvllle, In Lincoln county, inriii, near Ky about nlava as thev nro marln rinus . midway between niuuiorii ami iiustonvllle ., i.n..inn,.... ... ... ... ..i... i........ Thomas L. Misgen, late candidate for tton of Htaufordilustomiiie and Turners-Preside- Blue Grass Farm for Sale! lr Tops. You Will Need Thenf. We can Furnish Them. i. j, M,W Kwt wcu-ftiiuw- WfiV Night Cure W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. PENNY'S DRUG Dr. tShoop's STORE. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Live Stock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Surety on Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. ll., ..,k-i-. -- Beech-Nu- ,.,., ... R. B. MAMONY et I '., Brand f Just Received Lot. A fresh fe.-n- H .'rr'SrVnargaSuce'.Vr' S.u,lfW $S. SffittiSry 1 Get Some For Fair l&tfUfctftfX &); ,r,7"9krn. Sandwiches at .. . Peanut Butter - JSMA- -. 4JXU .. . J., tflfiiiilTtiMfwrajliirilt.lM rAiutm: '1 3 We 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 able to take advantage this splendid opportunity to do so. We are still selling Calicoes at 4 c, Lawns 3c, Thread 4c spool, 5 for 5c; Wash Suits and Skirts at 4 OFF THE PRICE; 10c Dress Ginghams 5c; Men's, Women's and papers needles Children's Hose 4 pair for 25c. 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on any article in our house and 25 to 50 per cent, on 3-4- 1-- hundreds of other articles. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btamxhi, Kym & SON, STANEORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. I rumble W. O. Martin - .In.v 20, 1900 Special Joan of Arc 10 cent clear we will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only 6 cents straight. Penny's Vrue Store. PERSONALS. Umght spent Saturday rel- Clothes French cleaned. Cook & John D. Horton, the Stanford res-- Farmer. taurantcr, will servo a fine dinner on bath-rooThe banks will cloao at 12 o'clock lno ,alr grounds cacn day. uivc him a In Warner's Doesn't that trinl. each day of the fair. window remind you that you need one? Fayette P. Wilkinson, son of R. The stores will bo closed from noon Prices on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. Hooker Wilkinson, of this place, has See our windows. Cummins & Wcarcn. until after tho fair on opened an up barber shop nt Thursday and Friday. You should cook your fair dinner on Lancaster. Chief op Police Carter is to be an Electric Range if you want the John Smiley, of Lexington, with commended for cleaning tho streets. premium. Farris. in Novelties Wcarcn. neckwear. Cummins & Very Low Prices! Don't fail lo cce our Oxfords before buying. Wo bivo the lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Tan, Vicis, Oxfords, &c. Put-cutis Mr. W. M. In Cincinnati. Kkf.nk Ltrrns and family viilted atives at I'aris. Mrs. Lesue C. Cahteh returned Lcxlncton Friday. Mil. to V. M. UltlCIIT was in Cincinnati Richard Mc. Bclew and Mrs. Susan He'ew, both of Pendleton county, were granted a marriage license. Tho bride Wesley. -- The republican convention Is tho of the groom nnd yesterday nominated at Hustonville At their meeting here Saturday the this is the second matrimonial venture SenJason Wesley, of Casey, for State of each. republicans named 10 delegates to the ator to bo voted for in November. Senatorial convention at Hustonville Tortured On A Horse. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Those owing Dr. L II. Cook will yesterday but did not Instruct them, "For 10 years I couldn't ride a horso greatly oblige him by calling and sett- notwithstanding the fact that Mr. T. ling. with Mr. John II. Shanks at as early J. Culton, of Crab Orchard, was an an- without being In tortuo from piles," writes L. S Napier, of Rugless, Ky., a date as possible. The doctor is too ill nounced candidate. "when all doctors nnd other remedies tives. to call on those who owe lum. The officers should investigate the failed, Hiicklcn's Arnica Salvo cured Mr. J. S. Hocker, of Stanford, was F. Krueger & Son's horso ran oft" several decoctions of beer that are be- me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, here tnli week on bunnesj. 1jndon yesterday down the L. & N. track and ing sold in and around Stanford. When Scalds, Cuts, Holls, Fever-Sore- s, Echo. EcNews comes from Muskogee. Okla., turned the cart over three times on the men will drive two or three miles to zema, halt Kheum, Corns iV. GuarIhat Mr. W. M. Morris has typhoid steep embankment. No damage was get such stuir incorporated: it must contain more anteed by Penny's Drug Store. fever. done either to tho horse, cart or har- than one to three per cent, nlcohol. Mrs. Claude Pennyiiackeii nnd ness. 9-1Judging from the effects of somo of it, children, of Danville, visited Mrs. A. 4 C. Hill. Deputy Sheriff Lee Hill and Jail- it will put the real beer in tho Tlu hmlng rlnlnisnKAlnl tho citato ot Mr. J. E. Nevius and family, of er Vic Owens took Virgil Hunt and Will .Mm. .m inert eutm Mill ijIuiso pri'x-ii- t litem AM Lnncnstcr, were guests of Mrs. Mattie Harnett to tho Houses of Reform FrilroKrly prtmn toiim ly Auu.iv. linn. Nevius. To Mammoth Cave, Lincoln county llUMAKiiCoiin, Kx'or.Pamlllt-- , Ky. day. The former got one year for The Biggest and Best in the South, Mn. T. S Wtiin, of Knoxvllle. has excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29th, und the latter three years for Joined his family at the home of Judge lteport o( the Condition of Tho only $9 85 the round-trip- . This includes forgery. SauHcy. railroad fare, board at the hotel and Crab Orchard Banking Co. Miss Elizabeth Wall Allen, of All is in readiness for the Lincoln admission to the several routes of the Doing buliu- nt Orab Orchard, Lincoln Millersburg, is the guest of Mis Sallic County fair, Wednesday, Thursday cave, going on regular train. Same I'ouniy, iv)., Taylor Wood. At the clovjof huliiv July f,l',Xi, Mil John H. Foster went to Leba- and Friday, July 21, 22, 23. Thoy otter rate applies from all stations in the IN PREMIUMS. non Saturday to see his uncle, Mr. Ed a nice lot of premiums, and will un county. Via Lebanon Junction. One Saddle Horse Stake Resource! Stagg, who is ill. doubtcdly make this tho best fair ever night for promenade nnd dance. Seo Lonnmml Discounts with ono or Harper, held in Lincoln county. Lancaster Re- L. & Excellent Mns. C. L. PnuiTT and son. nior f iulorvra at surety The Best Horse Show $.', 123 SI N. agent. Hue from National Hanks of Junction City, are visiting her sister cord. Automobile Racing, ifilt iV in America. at Hobbins, Tcnn. The uork of tho Teachers' Institute rnltt-- MnU' und Nntlonnl Ilnnk Monday, Aug. 9. MKsnAMEq Loir Shanks mid 11. K. W Note t. There &r a few shares of the stock continued until Friday noon and keen LIS- -' 12 Splendid Display of Every l;:il li Hourne. of New Castle, are guests of in tho Odd Fellows Hall Association not interest was kept alive until tho close. Hpeclo High ClasTrotlin and Running il'i Mrs. W. C. Shanks. yet subscribed for. This stock U non- During the week there were several in- (henlralU, ncunil 1,11(1 1; Class of Live Stock. Races Daily. Tilni(t,iiii-(Turu- l 1.111 W Mias Jean AnAMS. of Catlcttsburg, taxable, 3 per cent, interest being 3 (75 M I teresting features besides the usual Current expenes pnlil BBmanaanaisaaa will arnvo tonight to be the guests of 1,600 HI guaranteed and shares in the dividends; routino of Instituto work. On Wednes- Iteulettate bunking house the Misses lluughman. LVO UJ Unexcelled Program of Amusement and Carnival Attractions day night Prof. Smith, of the Eastern Furniture nnd lUture Mr C. C. Carson came up from interest and dividends payable See A. C. Sine. 2t. t'd,73 40 Liberty to tho burial of his brother-in-laKentucky State Normal School, deliv1 I.lnlillltteii: Mr. A. A. Warren. ered an illustrated lecturo on Naturo Capital tlock paid In, In emit I13,KI HI Col. George D. Weathehford, unMr. Ed Peyton, of Middlesboro, is Study. At somo timo during tho week Hnrplu Fundi l,MoOO spending o few weeks with relatives in til recently enguged in tho drug busiFor Catalogue or furthsr Information, address 11,10 7rt every minister of tho town was present I'lKlhldi'd prollts thp Peyton's Well section. ness in Danville, has completed arrangeKuiui toiHjr taxes 1,51.1 (1 IttJ Mil Robert D. Otter and handsome ments to enter tho shoo business. He to conduct the devotional exercises and Deposit! mliJi'Ct to check (on bride, of Louisville, aro with his par- has leased tho rear of tho west room of to aid tho teachers by their uhlch Intercut It not paid) SJ.ta ST ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Otter. remarks. Instead of tho customary lViniind certttlcntea of depotltn 'vweAGg Herring, who has A. 11. Robertson & Hro. und will place treatment of civil government in tho Miss Nannie (ouwIiU'h Liferent li paid) ,HI HI been with Mrs. Winfrcd M. Duncan, in stock n most complete lino of ladies', institute, Instructor Ireland invited Mr. Due National llnuk ill W misses' and children's high class shoes. returned to Lancaster yesterdny. N.lisj H) K. S. Alcorn, ono of Stanford's ablest Note und bllU rcdUcountid Advocate. Rev. and Mrs. Homer W. CarpeSiATSt) HI young lawyers, to give un address on night form their pronter arrived last Every thing is ready for tho fair, this subject. Mr. Alcorn delivered an Htntoot Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Hct tracted and delightful bridal tour. I, J. (J. and when the excellent talk, tho thought of which Ilnnk. dollalley, ciihlerot the nboxe named wife and which begins kolemnly tnear tliut the above Mil T. Ciienault Willis, Nicholasville, passed up to bell tap tho best lot of stock seen in was reinforced by its impressive deliv ttateuu'iit U true tu the lett of mv kiuiul. daughter, of edge- und toller. J.U. IlAII.KV.Oaililer. Springs in an auto Sun- Central Kentucky in years will bo put ery. On tho closing day Crab Orchard Profs. Walter Huliscrllx'd nnd nworn to before, niu tliln 17 day. on exhibition. Saxton & Trost's band O. Hopper, of this place, und W. P. day of July, ltaiu. .My eommlnduii expire utui. 2.), ivil. uhiiti ciiMinru;, , Mrs. J. E CLAUNCH and children, will furnish music for the occasion. King, V. K. IVrklna.M. M. l'lilllltn und J. II. t, of Maysville, gratified tho instiJoe, Jr , and Margaret l'enco. or Tlio Collego of Liberal arts Hamilton College for aro wKh her mother, Mrs. J. E. Lots of show stock has ulrcady arrived tuto by their appearance upon tho pro- noiiier. Director. and additional strings are coming in on gram. Every teacher left Friday feel Lynn. Keort ol tlie Condition ol The Women, ami the Collego of law. of Hub-hi- every road. Miss Jewell Spoonamo,rb. Thrco campuces embracing 23 acres. ing that the Instituto had been a sue PEOPLES BANK nnd Miss Sula Eads, of Montlccllo, Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. Hugh Thompson, who got 21 years cess, and very appreciative of Mr. Ire' PolnK uuitncaa nt lIutonvlllv, Lincoln of Miss Hazel Stone will bo guests County, Ky., A faculty of 50 elio?en from the best universities of America and Europe. for killing his nephew, Fred Garrison, land's efforts to make it so. during tho fair. At the clo.e of builncsa, July X, lfuv. Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of A. li, B., S., A. Secretary. Jnnnel.. W. IlKTHUltUM. of Mt. Ver in Casey, will take his mediclno. Ho M., ami L. h. U. non, waa hero yesterday beforo Referee was to have been taken to tho Frank- ltetourcen The body of Mr. Albert A. Warren lonnt nnd dlecotinU with ono or I casu. NeAv Scienco Building recently erected at a cost of $00,000. J. N Saunders in tr uamtrupicy accom- fort penitentiary yesterday. Thompwas found in tho canal at Middlesboro Mr. C. II. Frith, of ilrodhcad, inoro endorkorn un Students now in attendance from 25 States nnd 0 foreign countries. is suing him for divorco and son's wlfo panied him. urety C).;t n at about 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon Moral Influences, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable exentertained $10,000 alimony and his sister, Mrs. within 200 yards of his home. Tho ca Henl Katato Mortgage lu.ill ,ci Mis3 Isabella Givens penses. Vu hi her class with u house party. Tho Garrrison, has brought suit for $30,000 nal had been dragged for two miles and Call lonna on collateral The session begins Sept. 13, 1000. Write forcataloguo guests were: Misses Jean against him for killing her son. Time loam on collateral i,ii i!7 67,1711 hope was utmost abandoned when one Due from National bauka J.N.7) t Paxton and Matsy Grimes, of Stanford. The tempcranco proplo havu about of tho searching party discovered a U.H. and Nat. bank notvi 3,3m (U Advocate. RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD. A. M Ph. D. Prcs. i;svi 55 ,fe0 M Messrs. J. W. Ireland, W. O. Hop- decided to hold an election on tho whis- piece of an undershirt on tho hook ho Hpecle W V7 fu per, E. C. German, M. A. Johnson nnd ky question in October. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Tho thrco was pushing in tho water. This gave Oeoknudotliercaihltem 5W l,Wu M T. W. Pennington went to Mt. Vernon years will expire Sept. 12th and tho renewed hopo and soon tho body was OterdrnfU, ecured W 3(1 Tmeii yesterday to seo J. A. Landram inado drys boing convinced that local option 1,HW 1.1 found under a lot of rubbish under tho Current cxH.'iue paid grand senior deacon in Masonry. 4.110 to is preferablo to saloons, want a bridge near tho city hall. It was taken Henl etuto banking liou.e i.Sfcj ft continuation of it. Wo presume tho to the Warren homo and after brief Kurnlture mid fixture! LOCALS. IT1.TT0 W whisky people will make a fight but tho services, was brought hero and Interred I.lnlillltU'ai LinUEY cut glass at Mueller's. drys say they will bo prepared for any In IIulTuIo cemetery from the homo of Capital itock paid In, In ca.li J3,(U)00 his sister, Miss Emma Warren. Elds. Surplut fuutU i,aoi Everything, for fair dinners at Far- - emergency. UnUHIck'dprollU ris', See Piano ? Yes I Since Tuesday's Joseph Hullou and D. M. Walker held ItapoilW tubjeut to check (ou short services, Mr. Warren went into lilch Intvrvtt U not putd) .WI II Wedding and graduating presents of iasuo of tho I. J, many aro Inquiring if the canal, which is just buck of hia TViOl lluu Htnt bunk ami banker I am going to sell Myrtle's beautiful homo, for a swim und got into the NoU't mill bllU roUUcounUHl quality ut Mueller's. 8A(I . now piano? You may toll your readers swift current. Ho realized that ho Kl.TTO ! The L. & N. will run a $1.75 excur- yes, tho piano goes. Remember it is could not get out of it and called for Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Hct waa A and In sion to Cincinnati Sunday. a brand now piano, shipped direct from helpeffort linecatch thrown him against Htateof V. Iloaklm. UmMer ol the above to I, J. it ho struck his the factory. The Williams Organ and tho pillows of tho bridge and was evi- nauiwl llauk, ilo olviiiiily nvtvar that tho TRY somo of Wilkinson & Singleton's ubovu itiitment li true, to tu U't of iny Piano Co. pay $25 more for the action dently rendered unconscious. A num- knovklwlKuunU Uullvf. country killed beef, pork nnd mutton. J.W. IIoKiN,t'aibler. In tho Grant T. piano than they do for ber of Middlesboro relatives and friends .. HuUorlbed nnd iworn to before me thl IT accompanied the remains to this place, Tub flrtt day of August Is the last any other action In the U. S. Come where a large number of his Lincoln day of July, lvuu My couiinU.lon eiplren day for filing dirt road claims. Geo. B and we the piano and try it. T. W. county frieada joined them and attend- Jab. 11, M0. J.II.HocKKK.N.r. Kmmet McOoruiack. W. M. Myers and J. Barker. ed the dietreMiagly aad burial. O. Marker, Directors. Ceofwr, county step-moth- days in Covington. Miss Ciiloe Fabmeii visited Miss Sylvia Farmer last week. Miss Ai.lie Yantis, of Lancaster, is with Miss Bessie Yantis. Miss Lula Edmngto.v, of Huston-vlllc- . was hero Saturday. Mn. Mourns M. Pehkins, of Crab Orchard, is ill with fever. is Miss Dove Emiiky, of Lexington, with Mrs. It. M Ncwland. Miss Maiiy Scott, of CampbelUburR, Is with the Misses New land. Everett Stone, of I.ouisville, is with the homcfolks this week. Meshames W. S. Desiiam and 11. C. Wray were nt Danvlllo yesterday. Mn. and Mrs. James mkrsiion, of Lebanon Junction, are hero with rela Saturday on business. Rev. J. MuiikayTaylok spent sev-cr- al Taxes. -- The tax books for 1900 aro Mr. Frank Lee has bought a half Innow ready. Como in nnd get your reterest in the Spraguc Drug Store at ceipt. '1'. J. Dill, sheriff. Middlesboro, In which he has clerked For Sale. Rough lumbc; oak, pop- for some time. and elm. U. G. lar, chestnut, beech Ilruner, Waynesburg, Ky. For Rent. Suite of rooms in Odd F. ilows' building just vacated by Hon. For Sale. Two houses and lots and J. N. Saunders. Also store-rooin that Apply one vacant lot in Crab Orchard. building. Ed Wilkinson. Dr. A. S. Price, Stanford. Lost, pocket book containing three Sims' Olympian Springs water will be paper dollars and a small amount of silon sale on tho fair grounds each day. ver; also a knife with my name on it. Don't fail to get a drink or so. Reward. II. Bright Hays. George Lunspord. of Turnersville, The republicans will name a county is offering great bargains in dry goods, ticket on Aug. 21 by a convention. Canclothing, shoes and groceries. Call and didates must make their wants known sec. by Aug. 11 in order to get on the i Keep up tho good work, Chief. six fine show horses, R. S. Scudder, with four, Hohon Lucas, of Mercer, with two, and Mack Hughes, of Boyle, with seven, are already on the grounds and more blue tio winners are en route. A Night Rider'TRald. Tho 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 Fills. They never distress or inconvenience, but nlways cleanso tho system, curing Colds, Headache, Constipation and Malaria, 2jc at Penny's Drug Store. m m $3.50 Oxford, Special 3.00 Oxford 2.50 Oxford J. 50 Oxford 1.25 Oxford $2.69 2.29 1.98 1.19' 1.05 ii MATRIMONIAL. 20 PER CENT. OFF on nil Children's Slippers. You will find our prices on everything eke iu proportion to thoe. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Bin Grass Fair August NOTICE! Lexington, Ky. 11 - 6 $25,000 BS6 DAYS NIGHTS $1,000 10 -- I 1 10 Big Free Acts Daily well-chose- n J0UETT SH0USE, Sec'y, Lexington, Ky, 1798 Tranjqlvapia Univerjitq 1909 Continuing' Kentucky University, - J- bom-orsc- e, n H. B. NORTHCOTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. - clk. H. B. NbRTflCOTT. Stanford. fpyipBPPIjltuniiHiii munwipi mm " mil niiuniwiii iMPi 'i' " L4 Mmm$ mmww WJWTi f The Interior Journal. Mnttrtdin iSe mond-cla- u Pott-Offi- The Ladles' Aid. We've put a fine addition on the good at Stanford at home; at It's just thejatcst kilter, wlthagallery old church and dome. It scats a thousand peoplo finest church In all the town; And when twaa dedicated, why we planked ten thousand down; That Is, wo paid five thousand every deacon did his best And tho Ladies' Aid Society It promised all the rest. We've got an organ in tho church the finest in the land, It's Rot a thousand pipes or more, its melody is grand, And when we sit on cushioned pews and hear tho master play It carries us to realms of bliss unnumbered miles away. It cost a cool thousand, and it's stood I! matter. L. &N.TIMETHBLE No. J4, North, 4MH A. . No. n, North, B:T? r. M. No. T7, 10:17 a.m. No.JI.Houth.lltMi.. No.Sl.Houth.llssl A u. M. No.H.lMOr. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. lllhenltb. li:0. I'deslrn to ell privately my itock of Groceries nnd Hardware, lwlnn n good business. Will Invoice about fiJM. ltenson D. HOPrnit, Htanford, Ky. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. When Ordering Clothes price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will have thnt Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your,mensure. f will also take jour mens-ur- e for extra trou.ers, fancy rests, top coats and oercoats. Hnrlng and Hummer samples on hand rendy for jour Inspection. H.O. UHl'LKV. The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. ilare your measure tnken by n tnllor of perience. Then your clothes, whetbern ex- low FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acres, of good blue grass land, lvlng one mile North of McKlnney.ou the Stanford pike. Improvements and fencing good; plenty of Hater and fruit. Alto 125 acres of timbered land one mile Knit of McKlnney: half under fence;plcnty of water and good tobacco land. See J.A.OIVKNH.Agent. McKlnney, Ky. grow-ngcro- CUT FLOWEBS 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 wreoths for fur funeral purpose. In connection Mtli the above, I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable the hardest test; We'll pay a thousand on it the Ladies' Aid the rest. They'll give a hundred socials, cantatas too, and teas; They'll make a thousand angel cakes, and tons of cream they'll freeze; Thoy'll beg and scrape and toil for seven years or more, And then they'll start all o'er again, fcr a carpet for the floor. No, it isn't just like digging out the money from your vest, When tho Ladies' Aid gets busy and says: "We'll pay the rest." Of course, we're 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 women's tired backs. And sometimes I can't help thinking when we reach the regions blest, That men will get the toil and sweat and the Ladies' Aid the rest. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. prices. CHlUbTJIANUHKEN HOL"KH. Kl llllUIAKI), l'BOK. Htanford, Ky. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Hogs went to 81c the Louisville market Saturday. John B. Foster sold to B. D. Holtz- claw 100 ewe3 at $4 25. J. M. Pettus has several good brood ' marcs for sale. For Sale, six Southdown bucks. J. C. Lynn, Stanford. and red. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. l'lione Wearen, 80; Olllce, W. For Sale. Two hornless bulls, J. E. Bruce, Stanford. Fob Sale. 430 No. 1 stock black ewes, It appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that Hustnnvillo Voting All Summer goods must lo sold nt Cosl. Wo are overcrowded and must Precincts Xos. 2 nnd 3 need to be chanced for public convenience nnd the make room for our Full stock of new, fresh goods. Nolo tho prices: public good requiring said change, nml n petition having been filed, nuking Mens Suits were Selling nt 822 fit) now 811 18 lor said change by nltout three hundred resident voters of said two precinct of said county, it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that the Men's Suits were Selling nt SIM 00 now 12 m boundary of said two prcciucts be changed, and n new precinct !o organized Men's Suits wcro Selling nt 81G 00 now 10 08 nnd c.tni)lislied, and nuho to bo known as Precinct No. !. Tho boundary of Men's Suits were Selling at 812 i0 now 8 08 Ilustotivillc Precinct No. 2 as changed shall bo ns follows: Beginning on Men's Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 18 Ilustonvillo it Stanford turtipiko at John Murphy's place, now II. Shore, Men's Suits were Selling at 8 7 T0 now I 18 excluding htm; thence with caid pike to tho intersection of the wmo nnd Bradfordsvillo turnpike in llustonville; thence with Ilustonvillo & HraiN fordsville pike to tho Cncy county line, nnd with tho same to tho crowing Men's lidv Shoes were Selling ut 81 01) now of the llustonville it Middleburg turnpike; tlicnco with caid piko to James 83 25 J. McKinney's including him: thenco n straight lino to R. S. Sctuldcr's ex Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt (J.'l fiO now 2 08 cluding him; thence n straight line to E. I). Kennedy's place now K. L. Men's Low Shoes wcro Selling nt 83 00 now 2 38 Tanner'a excluding him; thence a straight lino to Hall Anderson' excluding Men's Iow Shoes were Selling nt 82 M) now 1 08 him; thence on n straight line to R. II. Cooper's to the Hanging Fork, Mc- beginKinney it Green River Turnpike, nnd with said pike to the placo of TiO now LndieK'LowShoeswcioSellingnt83 82 38 ning, including all in caid boundary. The place of holding tho election Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 00 now 2 10 shall bo and remain ns heretofore in Iltistonviile. Ladies' Low Shoes wcro Selling nt 82 f0 now 1 08 Uoundary of Ilustonvillo Precinct No. 3 o changed shall bo ns follows: 1 Hcgiiining at tho Monroe Smith placo on Green River excluding it; thenco Iridic' Low Shoe were Selling nt 82 00 now 38 the lino oi Precinct No. I a straight lino to Dan Moore's including him; Ladies' Iaw Shoes cro Selling nt 81 HO now 1 10 thence a straight lino to J. S. Richenbach's including him; thence n etrnight Strnw Hats, 81 .r0 Value S.08 line to R. 1 1. Cooper's including him; thence n straight line to Hull Ander g Hats, 82 00 Value 1 83 son's place to the of the McKinney it Green River turnpike antl , iwth snul pike to the John Murphy place now II. Shores including him; Hat, 83 00 Value 2 21 thence n straight lino to tho J. M. Carter place, now Christian, including lints, 83 CO Vnluo now 2 08 him; thence n straight line to the P. V. Logan place, now Hanon, exclud-n- g him; thence n straight line where Harris Creek empties into Knob Lick; thence down Knob Lick Creek to tho crossing if Knob Lick McCormack's church nnd turnpike at It. F. Powell's excluding him; thenco a straight lino to the J. O. Neal place, now VouGruenignn's, excluding him; thence n straight line to the placo of beginning, including .nil in paid boundary excejit KY. John Skidmoro nnd James Duugherty, The place of holding the election in said precinct shall be and remain nt Turncrsville. Boundary of the new Ilustonvillo Voting Preciuct No. 4 n established herein shall Ikj n- follows: Beginning nt the crowing of the Caey comity line nnd Green River, near George Kstes'; thence with Casey county lino to the llustonville it'Middleburg turnpike and with same to Jnmes J. McKinney's, excluding him; theuco a straight line to R. S. Scudder's, including him; thence n straight line to the K. I). Kennedy place, now K. L. Tauncr's, including same; thence n straight line to Hall Anderson, including him; is thence a straight line to R. II. Cooper's, excluding him; thence a straight line to J. S. Richenbach's, excluding him; thence u straight lino to Dan Moore's, excluding him; thence a straight line to D. C. Sipple nt Jiinilx), including him; thence down Green River with Wnynesburg Magisterial Distinct, line to the beginning, nil in said boundary, and the place of holding the election in said precinct shall be in the town of McKmnev. And nil orders or parts of orders of this court in conflict herein are hereby set aside and held for naught, nnd the clerk of this court is hereby directed to give notice of fcaid changes nnd new boundaries by iidvcrtircincnt at least one month before tho next election by publication in the newspaper pubhslutl 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 prcciucts. A Copy Attest: now-Stracro-sinnow-Stranow-Stra- CUT PRICES: SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. The Guessing Contest on Our Soap Window Increasing. - Don't Miss It. G. B. COOPER, Clerk Lincoln County Couit. H. HIGG1NS, lasaJssEa The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Kesldence Insure with me ami be fully protected. ISKHIDE SFURS Gj.'i!a ScsJ, (YeJow Root), etc We are Dealers, and us do better for you thaa -- jrnti or commission merchants. P V- - ..ce, amr Bank in Louisville. V'v- - tv 'lyp-ic- e list end ship. f 0.. weiurnn.ool bans tree. -- extra good. E. T. Pence, Stanford. G. E. Lutes bought 25 hogs from Frank Gross, of the East End, at Clc and three cows at 3c. A good, gentle family horse, also buggy and harness for sale. See Mrs. Cathcrino McClary, Stanford. Esthay. A pale red heifer, weigh- ing about 700 pounds. Left Thursday night. Reward. Meier & Huffman, Danville. Stanford, Kentucky. SUMMER RATES VIA FcE'Jirrs, Tallcw, Beeswax, Ginseng, There were very few cattle on the Danville market yesterday and tho demand for them was not great. A small ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY. AUG. 19tH. 'n i. 5 ASCI. & SOWS, LStASUSHKO 'SSESSn3EEOK3 FINE FARM IN GARRARD TY FOR SALE ! BOtitfi of 228E.iUrlitS'. NI6SS LOUISVILLE. KY. COUN- A fine blue gnus inriii lor sale sltuited on newpike near Point I.eiuell and six mile Uuiruhter, containing acres, veil located In Rood neighborhood, being e part of the John Walker tract, wltlin seten-roonew, residence thereon, with all neo'.sarvoutkulldliiKstind good, new tarn Wx60. Well watered, six never falling springs and creek running through. Tun.MH. cash In hand, balance oim nml two yean from dav of ule, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. Tenons looklni; for such place plenin write W. O. Walkkh, Htanford. or see hnnd-Mimtwo-storVs. crowd was on hand. Hughes & Swinebroad, the LancasP ter real estate men, sold a porton of the Dunn farm near Bryantsville to Ben Graham at $120. mU b tf vf Ewes for sale. 500 ewes bought in Wyn nnd counties No ihy. round tnp. alt rail. $.'.0O. NEW YORK-t:- ery ewes in tho lot. Coulter & Via Norfolk and O. D. S. Co. $30.00. Middleburg, Ky. Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lale and Rail $32.15 Fourteen mules, valued at $250 each, BOSTON Goina Rail and Ocean: Returning River. Lake. Sound and Rail ate paris green on the farm of Ellis & through New Yotk, with stopovers $37.35. Wilson, in Daviess county, and five of OLD POINT COMFORT-Tues- day July 27. and Saturday. Aug. 21. thpm have died. It is expected that Fifteen Days Limit $12.50. several others will die. Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seaihore Reiorti, on Sale Daily. I have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS, tho lies Gay Brothers, of Woodford county, Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia, on Sale Daily. wagon on the market for the money. See them lie fore buying, ns there hai made a snug sum in two weeks on GEO. W. BARNEY, D. P. A.. For full information call on or address liecu u great improvement in their construction. their purchase of Kentucky's Choice. Lexington, Ky. Ticket office Phoenix Hotel. They paid $3,500 for tho stallion and sold him to Campbell, of Columbus, for $16 ROUND-TRI- $16 Rull Vec-te- rn $0,000. J,L,Beaziey&CoM J. OTTENHEIM. Tho blackberry crop is on in full blai t. Lcdford Siler, who has been very ill, h able to work again. A. J. Manuel, of Garrard, was a visitor in this section There is soma complaint or wheat damaging in the shock. Oats are better in this section than they have been for years. Timothy and clover meadows are fine but the worst weather to save it in. Dmlei Users and Embalm. The completion of Otto Enslin's house trs. Alao Dealers in Fur aids to the beauty of our little village niture, Mnttings.Ruge. They Most of the farmers of this German colony store their wheat in their barns will exchange Furniture for which they have built for that purpose. all Kinds of Stock. Give Wm. Anderson has bought a new threshing maching, fut owing to the Hem a Call. Prices Right. continued wet weather ho has been o fair ftTrFGRD. - KENTUCKY. T. to give itisaabout trial. sawini? at N Butt done his present locaton. He will move to the Plummer tract of timber, about two miles from tho present site. The oldest Inhabitant can not recollect of seeing such an electric storm as passed over this section Tuesday. There trees struck bv liizhtnlnir 53 & werettorobefore in the same length n than ever of r ff lime. --ithe next week or OGEC At beIfsun shiny weather ten days should r. and vou should see a man loafing around doing nothing you can safely say that ho is worth r -j- fey. "SsfiBrc vtC ixOi about $50,000, with a $5,000 yearly Income, or he has a rich bachelor uncle, whom he Is expecting to die soon, or ho kZ V r Is just to lazy and trifling too work. IBISm $ home as modern for u city in ti position to get the latot market quotations residence, mid placo youn-el- f nt nny tunc. 1 his can bo accomplished by means oi our telephone service, winch you and your neighbors can get tor u sum that h small compared with the benefits received. C.ill or address our nearest oflico or write direct to headquarters, Nnshville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telcphono service, wo can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana mid FAST TEKKESSEK TEL. & TEL. CO, Illinow. (lNCOIU'OHATKIl) RURALyour TELEPHONES. :n Make MR. FARMER: your family E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. Cbc Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT $5O,O0O.00 4O.000.O0 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. W. M. lltiport of The Condition of Tim Iteiwrt of '1 he Condition of The J. B. PAXTON, McKinoeij Doing Iniilm-sul- Deposit Bank. Waynesburg Deposit Bank, Doing tliu town of McKlnney, Lincoln county, Ky., At the vlosv of Imsliu-- July 8, M"l. Itvsourct'S. bu.lne.s nt Wnyneshurg, Lincoln Count) . Ky At the close of business July N, lutj. ltckour.ee. J. 11. un-abl- I.oims nml discounts C. McClary, -fcAa.-.:, vt ltli one or inoreundor.ors its turt'ty (statu luortKUues Heal Duo from Nutlonul Hunks Hiwclo Checks null other rash Items Uvcrilrufts, secured Overdrafts, unsecured Heal estate, InwikliiK liou.e Furniture, and fixtures Liabilities! Capital stock iuld 111, In cusli Hurplus fund Undivided profits Deposits subject to check on vthlc-Interest Is not paid more endorsers us surety liu.um at Heal e.tato mortgages 10 tor (jo Time loans on collateral il.fll.i 07 other stocks nml bonds i, no ui Due from National Hanks If, H. and Nat. Hank notes l. HH at) ui Hpecle 1M on. ,IHI UO l,oanund discounts with one or I.O.M7 41 W.UII SI IIjI'I :u bit no ls.sJl U) 41 2,731 17 71) OIREOTORSt Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John 11. Foster, Stanford; W. If. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, Lnncastcr; J. H. I'axton, Stanford; r. II. Traylor, GilberU Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummiut, Prencliersvillc; Lilhurn Gooch, Gilbert Creek. k,Oi $15,111) 1J U 00 (I) Overdrafts, secured Overdrafts, unsecured Hanking house Kurnlturoiind fixtures Liabilities. Capital stock paid In, In cash Hurplus fund Undivided profits Deposit subject toolieckon which Interest Is not paid II M AVI ( i.it'O 1,71 l 1 JSfiFW&sk3& MJ l'J.01,1 113,1111) Stanford, JCy, jffai paid 0ryanirf, 882. Capital titook, S50.000. Surjilui and lndivitttd SProMt, $20, OOO. In 'Dlvidandt sine Organiiation, S2I, 500, fnuit ??u jfecounis V Keld, M D. Iilmore, U) know (MlilT 3,"U7 7N IW.OCWSI m;m m Undertaker Embalmer and Daalerin Harness), Saddler), STANFORD, KY- - Tho cloverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made is Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It Is fine In llsvor and Is made In just one minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling, Made etc. Sample free. otrkiz,w, Home f bone (. from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, Peaor's Drug Store. rectors. l Htate of Kentucky, Htute of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, H H. County of Lincoln, I HH OFFICER I, Htunley Mcintosh, cushler of the above I, It. II, Metcnlf, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the test of tho my J, S. Hocker, President;, above statement Is true to the best of , my tnowUdguund belief. knowledge and belief, It. 11. Mktcai.i.-t; Htamlet McIntohii, Cashier. S. T. Harris, Uusbler. Hubscrtbed and sworn to before ma this IS hubscrlbcd and sworn to before me this 11 day of Juiy.lKJV. John , McKoberls, Cashier, day of July, IWW.0. 11. Oootwr, Clk. L. CO. K. J. Tanner, N. V. lly W, K. Camden, D. C. My ottlce expires H. C. Baugbmia, Aut. Cash'r Jan, I, mo. Mr commission Expires Jan, a), nit, K. M. Ware, J. I,. Beck, K. U Tanner, D. A. K. Caldwell, I.. O. Oooch, It. Curtis: 1). on Our 9ftrU ,- A-J DIRECTOR!, . H. Ilaujhmin, J. M. Petlus, II. C. Uaughman, S. T. Harris, rectors. WY, Saunders, Bookkeeper, . Cummins, no. C. Robinson, W. U. O'Baaaon J, S. Hoc'ter, C. E. Tata. , Y,