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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rTHEI THE LINCOLNCOUNTY FAIR Begun Wednesday With Fine Show of Stock and Fair Crowd Big Outpouring Expected Today The Lincoln County Fair begun yes terday with an average first days crowd and a magnificent ihow of stock The gate receipts were better than on the first day last year and every thing considered the Initial day exceeded the expectations of the most sanguine Stock from a half dozen counties is on hand and the quality is fine The rings ware all hotly contested and the win hers had a right to feel proud The mule show was the best seen in this section in years Perfect order was j preserved and all went as merry as a marriage bell Today and tomorrow peoplo will bo at the fair from the salt works and two great days are expected Following are the awards of yesterday MULES No1 Best mare mule colt under one yearHarris Woods prem J 11 Baugh man cert 2 Hone mule colt under one year Harris Woods prem J 11 Baugh man cert a Mare mule one year old and under two s J H Baughman prem E P Woods I Son cert 4 Best hone mule one year old and under two- Harris Woods prom E P Woods Son cert 6 Beet mare and mule colt colt at side Harris Woods prem and cert HOUSES G Best borso colt under one year old W II Murphy prem Felix White cert 7 Best filly colt under one year old E S Powell Son prem It C Hocker cert 8 Best mare or gelding one year old It and under two I A B llansdall prem Levi Messcr j cert 9 Mare or gelding two years old and under three Mack Hughes prem C T Sandldgc cert 10 Mare or gelding three years old and under fou- rEdTDoy prem Robert Walker cert 11 Pbrijton mare or gelding any ago 16 hands and under J C Bailey prem Booker Reid cert 12 Thoroughbred stallion mare or gelding any age age considered Embry Reid prem S J Embry Jr cert 12J suckling colt either sex by Beau Naboth J N Carter let Alfred Ends 2nd Felix White 3rd 13 Fancy turnout single horso decorations not considered stallions bar redJ M Alverson prem 1 C James cert 14 Walking mora or gelding sound ness not considered any ago A K Anderson prem S M Owens cert 1G Pair of mares Or geldings any age I C James prem and cert 1C Stallion three years old and under fourW 0 Walker prem R S Scudder cert 17 Mare or gelding1 three years old and under four E T Doty prem Mack Hughes cert 18 Pair any age regardless of sex color or ownership I C James prem and cert 19 Mare or gelding any age John Smiley prem Mack Hughes cert 20 Stallion any age w John Smiley prem Bohon Lucas cert R L Walker third I i AROUND TUB RING No akin games to speak of but lots of innocent amusements The weather is as good us if It had been ordered for the occasion Try one of John D Hortons splendid dinners You will feel better after wardThere was no ring for the prettiest baby Consequently nobodys hair was pulledWerent those mule rings good ones Thetest of the longeared family In the land were exhibited If you have business of any kind with this paper see the I J man at the fair today and tomorrow Hell wait on you As usual Mr J M Alvcrson won the fancy turnout ring Ho was accom panied by Miss Elizabeth Allen of Mil lersburgNo music was ever listened to than that made by Saxton Trost The time is perfect the melody is Vv charming and the selections are almost I as pretty as the girh who come to the fair p ToDays Splendid Card JACKS JENNETS AND MULES 21 Jack any age ago considered 22 Jennet any age ago considered 23 Maro mule two years old and under three 21 Horse mule two years old and un der three 25 Mare mule throe years old and over 20 Horse mule thrcq years old and- over 7 Mule any ago 23 Pair mules any age regardless of sex or color nooses 29 Suckling colt either sex by Ches ter Peavino 30 Gelding four years old and over 31 Filly colt under one year old 32 Horse colt under one year old 33 Maro or gelding one year old and under two 31 Marl or gelding two years old and under three 35 Stallion one year old and under two PONIES 36 Mare and colt mare 43 inches and under 37 Stallion maro or gelding not over 62 inches show optional 38 Pony driven by boy or girl 39 Stallion three years old and under four 40 Stallion four years old and over 41 Maro or gelding any age 42 Marl or gelding threo years old and under four 426 Rockaway mare or gelding any age 43 Stallion four years old andover 44 Saddle stallion mare or gelding any age Fridays Great Program 45 Stallion two years old and under three 40 Stallion one year old and under two I 47 Mare and colt colt at side either sex regardless of breeding 48 Stallion two years old and under three 49 Maro JCOLTCO colt either sex Cl Walktrot and canter mare or gelding any age C2 Maro or gelding any ago 63 Pony ridden by boy or girl rider not to be over 12 years of ago 61 Fancy turnout under C4 inches decorations considered driven by boy or girl HORSES C5 Stable four horses handled by one man CG Mare four years old and over C7 gelding four years old and over C3 Fancy turnout single horse deco- ratIon stallions barred C9 Stallion mare or ldingIGO Pair any ago sex color or ownership Gl Stallion any ago G2 Stallion mare or gelding any BIteI Kentucky Fair Dates Georgetown July 276 days Lancaster July 283 days Winchester Aug 35 days Danville Aug 43 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville Aug 104 days TrlStato Fair Mlddlesboro Aug 11 4 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Lawrcnceburg Aug 174 days Perry villc Aug 183 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyville Aug 215 days Ellzabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 264 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nlcholasvillo Aug 314 days Dardstown Sept 1I days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 130 days If people with symptoms of kidney or bladder troublo could realize their danger they would without loss of time commence taking Foleys Kidney Rchiedy This great remedy stops the pain and the Irregularities strengthens and builds up the organs and there Is no danger of Brights disease or other serious disorder Do not disregard tho early symptoms Stan ford Drug Co Zach Manning of Warren county aged 34 is the youngest grandfather in tho State His daughter Mrs A L Butler aged 16 has just given birth to a boy Mr Butler the son In law of Manning is 40 years old Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 nlnutea sure with Dr Shoops PUk Pain Tablets See full formula on 23c Box Sold by Pen ny fl Drug Store theSWdardhas ended Bothaldee made 8111nt con cessions MIDDLEBURG Several of the Olympian Springs peo plo attended church here Sunday Bob Leo Murphy passed through here Monday with 150 hogs ho bought near Dunnville A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church at Yosemite on Monday night 26th Dr William J Sweeney is now a full fledged M D and has hung out his shingle Tupscott at YosemiteIors and builders are putting up aI school house on Calhoun creek James J Richardson died at his home on Doe creek after an illness of some six months of consumption- W C Bryant has moved into his new quarters near the Baptist church and his stock of goods looks quite neat The report that Dr J M Honey had quit tho practice of medicine seems to have been without foundation The visitinghisof relinquishing his grip on the pill bag The following teachers opened school Monday Misses Lula Adams at Grove Bottle Royalty at Haynes Elva Rigney at Stapps school house Dudley Wesley at New Center College J R Staton at Calvary and Robert Jeter at Bluo Val ley on Bastin Creek The remains of Mrs Benjamin Pol Ron were brought from Burnside and interred in Green River church cemetery last Thursday Mrs Poison was a member of the Methodist church and funeral services were conducted by Rev Hunt her pastor Q R Jones and Robert McWhorter took Dr Sallce to Columbia last week The doctor haa been confined to his room at Yosemite for six weeks with rheumatism and as he was growing worse it was thought best to remove him to Columbia where his relatives could nurse him back to health John hates has returned from a tour of Marion and Taylor counties and reports crops looking fine there Bud Short G P Garner Sam Sharp WIRoyalty Thomas Branson and Sam all of Yosemite were summon ed to Liberty as witnesses in the suit between J T Short and Geo 1111gI The Chlldrcna Day exercises at the Methodist church Sunday were well attended and the children acquitted themselves in a manner highly creditable and the services duly appreciated Mrs W J Godby and Miss Kate Hunt had labored hard In drilling the tots and are to bo congratulated on their skill in preparing for the service Owens Bros band furnished music for the occasion and they deserve especial mention HEWS NOTES Fire in the business district of Ma eontown W Va caused a loss of 300I 000John Calvin Frazier an aged and respected citizen of Shelby county IsI deadBloodhounds will be purchased to trail dynamiters of streetcars at EvansvilleIHubert Latham who rondo an at tempt to fly across the English Channel with his monoplane but fell into the water announced that ho expects to make another attempt soon When his horso dashed under a shel ter at Lumpkin Ga W J Davis head was struck by a swinging rafter and ho was severely injured A sister who witnessed tho accident dropped dead as the result of tho mental shock The charge against Dr W E Nut tall formerly superintendent of the In stitute for the Feeble Minded of hav ing improper relations with a woman inmate of the institution has been turned over to Commonwealths Attor ney Franklin in accordance with an opinion of tho Attorney General Sees MotherYoung HIt would be Lard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs WL Gilpatrick of Dan forth MoUAlthough past 70 sho seems really to be growing young 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 remedies failed till Electric Hitters worked such wonders for her health They Invig orate all vital organs euro Liver and Kidney troubles induce sleep impart strength andappetlte Only 60c at Pen nys Drug Store U S Marshall Elliott made a big haul of illicit stills in Jackson and Ows toy counties Large quantities of moon shine were destroyed and a few of the operators captured The cleverestImitation of real Coffee ever yet made Is Dr Snoops 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 etc Sample free Penny Drug Storey 0 I HUSTONVILLE The protracted meeting at the Bap- tIst church closed an Sunday night Five were baptized Sunday p H- At a meeting Saturday of the ladles of the Baptist church it was unanimous ly decided that they hold a bazaar here the day before thanksgiving Mesdames C L Nowbern and A Statler of Memphis mother and siste- of Mr D J Newbern are spendin- the Summer at his home here Mrs Henderson Sims tho mother of Mr Fort N Sims passed in to the great beyond last week after a long life of usefulness to her family and the service of tho Master employedbythe Intermediate department of our graded school Sho comes with years of experience and high credentials After three distinct strokes of paralysis Mr Thomas Durham a veteran of Wolfords famous cavalry is stil living near Jumbo and able to walk three to five miles a day and eat three square meals The corn crop in the West End never showed a better prospect of a larger groanIng Corn is being offered for 2 per barrel and hay at 35c per hundred Misses Mattie and Ada Alcorn are at home for a few weeks vacation Mrs Hill Spalding of Louisville is with her father Dr E Alcorp for a months sojourn Mrs Nannie Harper of Robbins Tenn is visiting her brother Mr J W Powell and family and other rel ativesProf S S Robinson of LaGrange has been employed by the board of education for principal of our graded school He comes highly recommended by the best authorities in the State and has had 12 vears experience in high schoolwork School will open the first week In SeptemberMr Givens had his fine show mare seriously injured by falling through a hole in a bridge on pike near his home He had her in fine shape and expected to take her around the blue grass circuit but this fall puts her He is very desirous of knowing who is responsible and the best authority in tho State will be consulted Convention of the 18th Senatorial distract convened in Alcorns Opera House at 2 P M Monday Tho vote by counties was as follows Lincoln 19 Casey 19 Boyle 15 and Garrard 16 Geo W Welsh was elected permanent chairman and A B Florence of Stanford tfecre tary When the chairman called for nominations F P Combest presented the name of Jason Wesley of Casey Mr J H Culton who was a candidate for tho office arose and In a splendid speech asked to have his name withdrawn in favor of Casey countys candidate Wesley was unanimously nom- Inated Perfect harmony prevailed throughout the proceedings h It Is told of a Mlckigan editor that he grew tired lying about people injobituary notices and then have people call him a hypocrite so ho wrote up one wellknown citizen as follows DiedAged G6 years six months and 15 days Deceased was a mild mannered pirate with a mouth for whis ky andan eye for boodle Ho came hero at night with another mans wife and joined the church at tho first chance Ho owed us 7 on the paper You could hear him pray six blocks He dieti singing Jesus Paid It Alland we think he is right as ho never paid a damn cent himself uHe was buried in an asbestos casket and his friends threw palm fans in to his grave as ho may need them Ills tombstone will be afavoriteroosting place for hoot owls Everyone would be benefited by tak lag Foleys Orlno Laxative for stom ach and liver trouble and habitual constipation It sweetens the stomach and breath gently stimulates the 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 Four more persons who were severely burned Sunday night ao ths result of a fire which followed tho explosion of a motorcycle during a race at the old Botanic Gardens at Berlin died This makes a total of eight deaths Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops chronic coughs that weaken the constitution and develop Into con sumption but heals and strengthens the lungs It affords comfort and re lief In tho worst cases of chronic bron chltls asthma hay fever and lung troublo Stanford 4 Drug ColyearsInbile for stealing a chicken Prevontlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an V quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once and seed 4825c old by Pennys Drug Store Dont Miss Lancaster Faire July 28 29 30 2500 IN CASH PRIMIUMS Greatest Horse and Mule Show inI Kentucky I Balloon Ascensions Daily Midway Attractions of Every Kind Unto of one faro plus 25 cents for the roundtrip will apply each day from Louisville Corbiu Paris and intermediate stations final limit Aug 1 CORBIN TO LANCASTER AND RETURN Corbin 610 A M Lv Lauester500 P a- rLondon640 Gilberts 500 Livingston 715 Rowland520l- lt Vernon 742 Stanford 527 llrodhead 756 Crab OrclratL552Grab Orchard 807 Brodhead 603 Uowlanll821 Mt Vernon620Stanford 832 Livingston 647 Gilberts 858 London7 28iAr Lancaster U 07 A sr Ar Corbin7 58 P aL 1 LOUISVILLE TO LANCASTER AND RETURN Lv Louisville 7 00 A M Lv Lancaster 500jlIfjLebanon Jet 8 10St1ufonl5 27 t Lebanon n 24 Junction 545 J Junction City10 27 Lehnu p628Stanford 1047 Lebanon Jet7Ar Lancaster 1120AM Ar Louisville815r M Music By r Micbael 5 Superb ffian Band a OF CINCINNATI OHIO Use ArDoIn s M4U9Buggiesj There uro plenty cheaper buggicsjjbut there arc none better Buggy J painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 andup accord ug to the size Per set buggy steel tires bestiality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered iu 5Q pnnco rubber nt8 Buggies recoveredand relined at 810 Buggies recovered itJ leather and relined for 825 Rubber tires 1 the best on the market and the lowest pricesJGoodyear and Kelley at 814 Best Goodrich at 816 We solicit yourtrade If M ARNOLD DANVILLE KYr The Interior Journal iff Eo C WALTON j i i TILE new Senate building at Wash- Ington i which cost over four millions J i dollars contains free bath rooms f the Solons which rivals in magnlficencu i any thing ever devised for kings and potentates The rooms are of pure st marble the steam pipes arc gilded tIeIs t splendid tubs have carved bases an the great marble slabs are wide enough to take In the colossal form of Senator fBradley and then some No wond users of the magnificent baths g- i to feel contempt for tho great people and repel the efforts to redu the taxes on tho necessities of t ftmasses in order that the classes 1 enjoy luxuries that would make t mouths of royalty water 1 fIFPercy Haly resigns from the State 1j of Control Gov Willson could s not do a wiser act nor one more grate J ful to the hearts of all Kentucky demo r crats than to appoint W P Walton of I Lexington in his place As straight as- a string as honest as was Adam before he was fired out of the garden of f Edena clean bighearted and brainy gentleman and a democrat above re- proachr Waltons appointment would be a credit to the governor and would insure a faithful spotless and efficient service to the StateGlasgow Times JUDGE OREAR of the appellat court has taken the stump for the pool of this years tobacco crop Lord how cthesepoliticians do love the dear farmer when they get the gubernatorial bee buzzing in their bonnets The judge has been the Idol of the tobacco men eves since his famous clash with Gov Willson in the Frankfort meetingwhen he protested against the use of soldiers and said You cant run anything I down the throats of freemen with bay onets F E SPINNER whose wonderful chi rography used to adorn the greenbacks has just had a monument ded- Icated to him at Herkimer N Y by t women He was the first to appoin- women in the treasury department an it is for this reason that they want to perpetuate his memory Most of us however would rather perpetuate i with one of his signatures on the larg est of the notes he signed persona already have been hanged 800 deserve death 15000 deserve hard labor for life 80000 deserve minor sentences If it is decided t proceed with the punishment we wil cordon the town and deal expeditiously with the matter This report of a Turkish court martial is enough to make I the blood run cold The tyrants of the Biblical era could hardly out do it THAT the ruling passion is strong eve in death is again shown by a Southern Negro condemned to die today a Wilkes Barre Pa When asked if he wanted anything he replied Give m a ripe juicy watermelon and I will di happy Poor fellow he wants but little here below and wont want trial little long- FEDERAL JUDGE COCHRAN is a great joker The jury gave Berry Simpson a life sentence for conspiracy to mur der in the Steams riot and the added 10 years to it for failure to obe his injunctions Mr Simpson is how ever better off than Mr Curt Jett who has two life sentences assessed against him- ACCORDING to Commissioner C W Bell there are 523935 life insurance t policies in force in Kentucky insuring to the amount of 23308002496 in 46 foreign companies which paid taxes to the Stato of 156414 31 This is al most as much as Gov Willson spent on his army to put down the night ridersc EXAMINER THATCHER is stirring up the mountain officials nearly all of whom he finds have withheld money from the State Of course it was anI oversight on their part They certain ly wouldnt intentionally withhold mon ey from a State which needs it so bad under republican mismanagement IF Harry didthreaten to kill Evelyn when he got out of the asylumE after all the lies she swore for ought to be kept in confinement the rest of his life if there is no way to strangle him to death openbreachand Payne What is that about when thieves fall outjbonest men get their dues 1 There is still hope for them if the row keeps up Tim president of the coffin trust was killedin an automobile accident at Uti ihisDON CARLOS the pretender to the r e Spanish throne Is dead but the crop of pretenders springs eternal in the effete nations ruled by monarchiesI HOPKINSVILLE has had two murders in a week She Is evidently trying for the pennantcJoseph Betz of Covington will bS a 4canfl4JatJt for the democratic nornll SttiteAudikr I J c x P 17 r = r t d CHURCH MATTERS Subject Sunday morning at the Meth odist church The Law of Tithing Epworth League service at 7 r M Un ion services at nightpreachlng by Rev ofD111 Walker IrThe Epworth League at the Metho that church seems to be taking on new life right hero in the midst of summer The attendance is better and enthusiasm greater now than at any time since IdIt was organized They subscribed 50 to the Korean fund and have paid 25 alreadyFourth and last Quarterly Commun tIon of the church year which closes Sept 1 will be held at the Lancaster Sundayhesu hoperintendent assisted by Dr E H pastor Both the Lancaster and HubbloMcKendree congregations are joined in this service according to church law both congregations com posing one pastorate The Quarterly Official Conference of the two Congro Rational Boards will be held at Lancas ter church Saturday July 31 at 230 P M for current and annual summary of fiscal and statistical of the two con gregations Joint communion Sunday Aug 31 11 AM conducted by Rev Robertson assisted by the pastor the congregations joining at night in union gospel service in tho city park Dr Robertson has been invited by Dr Pearce to take his place in rotation of service on that date and occasion FARMERS DEPARTMENT J M Pettus has several good broodmares for sale For Sale six Southdown bucks J C Lynn Stanford FOR SALETwo hornless bulls black and red J E Bruce Stanford sFOR SALE450 No 1 stock ewes extra good E T Pence Stanford G A McRoberts averaged 27 bush els of wheat to the acre on the Ben Spalding farm A good gentle family horse also buggy and harness for sale Sec Mrs Catherine McClary Stanford weighdnight Reward Meier Huffman Danville tEWES FOR SALE600 ewes bought in Wayne and Russell counties No Western ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr W H Fish a leading physician 67I of Burgin is dead after a long illness Berry Simpson Elisha Slavan Geo Stanley Jess Simpson and Oliver Sla van sentenced to tho penitentiary for life in the Federal court for conspiracy 1and murder in connection with the riot were taken to the Atlanta sentencestwere 10 years each in prison for 1disobeying anjordcr of injunction Tortured On A Horse For 10 years I couldnt ride a horse without being in tortue from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed BuckJens Arnica Salvo cured me Infallible for Piles Burns Ecy zema anteed by Pennys Drug Store President Cantrill of the Kentucky branch of the American Society of Equity has named his committee to confer with representatives of the Burley Society at Lexington tonight in regard to the differences between tho two organizations 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 so 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 r The firemarshal of Kentucky continues to urge the public to use safe ty matches instead of the unsafe kind With the exception of drawing his sa- larythis is the wisest act ever committed by a Kentucky firemarshal Glasgow Times Delay in taking Foleys Kidney Remedy if you have backache kidney or bladder trouble fastens the disease upon you and makes a cure more dUll cult Commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy today and you will soon be well Why risk a serious malady Stanford Drug Co Barney Oldfleld the driver of au tomobile racing cars was knocked down Chicago by a motor car as he was- cr088lngthestreet A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Hon Edgar B linger is a probable candidate for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Ninth districtI TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beat pork mutton FQR SALE I On easy terms n Aroma twostory house lore lot good stable nmi other necessary outbuilding Till liver desirable red denca propertYJon Btnnford Street Crab Information ad dress H O KINO knsley Ala Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer Marblo and Cranito Monuments Markers find Posts Cemetery nnd lAwn VOle and settees Olllco nod works Mo Kinney K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting luob as Work Pavements nnd In fact we can make any thing front s house down to n fence post We can servo you promptl and guarantee nrt class prlctbetorePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION c E PRUITT Moreland Kentucky For DO days In order to clean upon Mat tings Druggets Carpets Rugs Will give 10 per cunt reduction Have some rare mrgiilnsln millinery Home big bargains In close outs In wall Nice selection of framed pictures Now is your tine to buy A handsome mantle mirror Call nod see them Choice selection of rockers Hood line of beds metal end wood metal and wood folding beds crltm cots mattress es springs counches Dnvenports chairs suitcases grips trunks extension tables centre tables nuHllclne cabinets glass sash doors Ac Call and see us suppliesServicen If IKUITT Moreland Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience of the Lincoln circuit court render at the November Uriniuwlu the action of Mara J Williams etcoalnstdersigned H 11 OldwelllJr etc the un MONDAY JULY M HW county court day at about 1 r MIII front of thecourthoutedoorln Liberty Ky offer for sale at publlo outcry to the highest and best bidder on n oredlt of six months the tract of land on the waters of Carpenters Urcekln Casey county owned b J It Napier at the death and thus de Beginning on line of Ml acres of Alex Un1 white oaks corner anti sour wood thencoH poles to t white oaks cor ner ot n survey of Charles VanUevver W 64 poles to white oak und black gumwlth Van Leveera W 61 poles to a hickory and white onkon n brunch thence up the same M 40 W ao poles to n chestnut and white oak thence N M V 70 polo to a Hpan lilt oak N li W K pololl toawhite onk no dogwood N M K to Noah Hnow camera white oak and black oak thence with Snow line si poles to n chestnut tree nod maple thence N 91 WM poles to u white oak N a poles to a stake In said Uays line H 78 K to the beglnnlnKcontalnlnKSXOncri Hood with good security for the sale price will be required of the purchaser Interestto the Commissioner bearing legal from date of sale until paid secured by lien on the land and having the lorce and effect of a judgment J n PAXTON M 0 LCO II K Taylor Atty for Plaintiffs DRIPPING SPRINGS- P 0 Crab Orchard Ky HpenrsFisher S D DARTER Now Livorv Depot Stroot Phono 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY MASONS MEET itAMwillLincoln lodge No CO inert in stated communication on each Art anti third Monday nights of each month at IKW oclock In their bull on main strceet Htan toni Ky Menders of sister lodpes are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Vvn nlngton H- eoMILL FOR RENT Owing to Ill hanlth and wanting to bo away from home some tide summer I have deckled to rent my uptoUnto Dlx River Holler Mills driven by water and steam power Uoo location Mill In nrsl class coodltlonWJITHAYIOltIt K D o Htanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I nm prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed old my prices are rca sonable Write me at call me over the telephone through the Itustonvllla Kzcbnnge WALTER McKINNKV The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation and is ready to serve JooerlJIonkeUwork wool or exchange goods for It est market price for woolCMIWIUaUTPror Weak WomenT- oweak tad there U at lent eec way to help But wits that way two treatment roust btt combined Oaa is lotto one Is conttlto lion L but both an Imjoruot both sisrittsl Dr flhoops Night CUre is the Local Dr Bboops RestormtlT the CansUNtgonal The formerDr Bhoops Nlzhl Cure b atopical mucous mambima toppotitory ted7WbU Dr Bboops iMtontiv Is wholly aa inure treat meat The RMOean reacbes tbrougbcet the eotlro STstem mUn the repair ol all sows all tlisu and all blood ailment The Nisbt cur M Its name tarns doa Its work while you sleep It soothes sore and tnlUa td mucous surfaces heals loral weaknesses and dUeharges while the Restorative eases nervous excitement gives renewed vigor and aabttloo builds up wasted tlscuow brtrgtag shoot SheepsRestoradveTbluorUaufder I totlwsTsteak For potltiTsi hslpUMMW Dr Shoops- Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE Meet Me At THE JULY 61 66 r- aiarr 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 Underwear Top it All Off With a Neat Straw Hat On Display at t- Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY wIMYwiCMiFM P+ huwYw Y r-e Zl Tirfl c LFIDIEsiu I I OXFORDS We are overstocked in Ladies Tant0 all of them Fresh New this seasons goods i and in two and three eyelet lace and straps Ladies WALKOVER at 350 and UL I TRAS at 300 for this sale are 225 Our j 350 and 300 Ultra Black Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts We price you now at 250 The Brockport 250 Black and Tan we price you at 185tWe have a beautiful dull top large eyelet 200 Black Oxford in large sizes 4 to 8 to close at 15O A lot of old styles in Ladies and Childrens at any price II H J McROBBRTS 4- 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY tciC L Penny R II Coffey K R Coleman W FOR HOT WEATHER HELP m w fTRY OUR w tTalcum Iowtlen Spongcm Bath Bruelica m Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY m +Our Ice Cold Sotln Water with Jersey Cream oiand Fine Fruit Flavors 1- Of 4N1rK l I f PENNYS DRUG TORE i iStanford Kentucky BBBBBEBEBBBEBEBBSE i PreservingI Mason Jars Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined J Tops You Will Need Them t- 4- i J We can Furnish Them r 1 j WeE Perkins Crab Qrchayd j- Qe R sBrand 1 lot r I Get Some For Fair Sandwiches t ilr 0 Peanut Butter ceo FARRIS tl I l v 1 aMiiTEr1 T IEZiai I 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 ad vantage this splendid opportunity to do so We are still selling Calicoes at 434c Lawns 3c Thread 4c spool 5 papers needles for 5c Wash Suits and Skirts at 14 OFF THE PRICE tOc Dress Ginghams 5c liens 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 t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY u The Interior Journal lFOIIO KY JULY 23 1909 G tSPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo on Saturdays and Sundays 5 cents rteDrug Store 11PERSONALSI JOHN DOWNER JR is over from Cincinnati MISS MARY GRIMES Is threatened with fever MR WII MUELLER was at Crab Orchard Tuesday MR SAM C LACKEY of Harrodsburj was here this week Miss MARY MCKOBERTS of Danvlllo I is with friends here MRS M A PHELTS of Madison Is with Mrs H C Yorker Miss MARY CHESTNUT la the guest of MbM Mario Mahony Miss MILDRED Cosny of Danville II- with Miss Resale 11111 JESSE HOCKER JR returned yester f t day from Kansas City Miss PATSY PREWITT of Lexington Is vlsltlnc friends here MRS FOREST JOIINSON of Danville Is with Mrs Vic Owens + MRS C IL IllCE of Livingston is with Mrs William Fields Miss GERTRUDE BURN3 of Rich mend is with Mira Bottle Perry Mn P E KEMP of Anniston Ala was hero with relatives yesterday Miss ANTOINETTE GRINSTEAD of Versailles Is with her siitcrs hero I Tibias BALDWIN of Richmond lat with his sister Mrs W II Shanks ClixnUR E BoHON of Lebanon Is mingling with his many friends here Miss LALA ROOKH NUCKOLS of Crab Orchard is with Miss Mario Mahony I Miss HATTIE RICE of Danville is the guest of Miss Mary E McKinney W W WALTER wife and son cf Klngsvlllc were at the fair yesterday MRS M II COLLINS of Memphis Is the guest o f her sister Mrs S M Owens t Miss SUDIE RUSSELL STOUFFER of 01 Richmond is visiting Miss Cora Nun nolley + MR J S FIELDS of PIckens W Va is with his brother Mr W bL Fields J HISSES Low AND GLADYS KENDRICK 1 of Georgetown are with Mrs J W I IrelandMiss MYRTLE CORUNEY of Lancas ter Is the guest of Mrs Lula Allen Cormncy l HENRY KRILL and Mrs Grimm of Louisville aro with Mrs Fred Bau mann Jr Miss LENA BECK of McKinney is the KU t of Miss Anna Chancellor dur it log the fairtMiss MAUDE CARTER will teach In t the School for the Deaf at Morganton J N C next year REV H W CARPENTER and bride I are spending a few days with her moth- erf at Dripping Springs Miss MATTIE MAE ALVERSON of Richmond will arrive to day to be with I Mfa Lucy Leo Walton t Miss BLANCHE KUIIN of Forestvllle 4if 0 Is spending tho Summer with Misses Pearl and Grace Fields Miss MAY TRAYLOR has returned homo after a visit to her uncle Mr G T Ashlock at McKinney i MRS L E CARPENTER of Williams j port Pa Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J N Menefee A K ANDERSON rode his good walk Ing horse downt frem Brodhead yester day and wonlln the walking ring t MHflSRS W P WALTON andGFrank Vaughan and William and Owsley Wal Iton of Lexington will be at tho fair I MRS J CARVE JONES and Miss I Pauline Jones of Kansas City are t guests of the family of Mr W P f GrimesJUDGE J W ALCORN who was Opt erated on in Indianapolis some three weeks ago is doing splendidly and ho will be home In ajfew days MR AND MRS L R HUGHES have as their guests Misses Mattie Sparks and Marguerite Lovelland Messrs F L and James Thompson of Mt Vernon MR AND MRS S II ALDRIDGB of Hyattsvllle and Mr and Mrs J G Bosley of Nlcholasvllle are the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Stone during the fairMR E P OWSLEY and wife returned t to Columbus Ga Tuesday tie Omley fa spending a few weeks with her aunt Mrs S Put nara isi Lebanon FRED GARNETT Is up from Cave City DR L B COOK continues about the sameMiss BELLE DENNY Is with Garrard relativesMISSES ALICE AND Rose ALCORN who have been teaching at Cave Spring Ga and Vancouver Wash respectively arrived Tuesday night for tho Summer LOCALS LIOBEY cut glass at Muellers fairdinners at Farris Cumminscc8 Wearen TUB hop at WaXons Opera House to I night promises to be a swell affair DOESNT that ba room Warners window remind you that you need one PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced See our window Cummins Wcnren TilE first day of August is the last dy for filing dirt road claims Geo B Cooper county clerk TAXE3The tax books for 1909 are now ready Come in and get your re ceipt T J Hill sheriff FOR SALE Rough lumber oak poplar chestnut beech and elm U G Bruner Wayncsburg Ky SEASON tickets theAssembly are on sale at Shugars Tanners drug store Price 1 TUB Thtatorium has reduced its ads mission price to Cc Two big reels and an illustrated song for only a nickel THOSE owing L D7 Cook will greatly oblige him by calling and settling with MrJohn H Shanks at as early a date as possible Tho doctor is too ill to call on those who owe him ATTEND Russell county fair at Russell Springs Ky August 3 4 5 and C 1909 and enjoy yourself for four big days tWO thoroughbred running races and other premiums in proportion Address R G Woods Russell Springs Ky for catalogue A WASHINGTON dispatch says that Mr Lewis Walker cf Lancaster is slated to succeed Mr J H Tinsley of Bsrbourvillf 111 District Attorney This will be satisfactory to ua if lion George M Davison of this place is permitted to retain the office of Assistant District Attorney and not unless Miss RODERTA O NONentertain- ed very delightfully Monday afternoon from 4 to C In honor of her guest Miss Ruth Putnam of Richmond Somo 25 young ladles were present and enjoyed to the fullest extent tho hospitality of tho fair hostess The homo was tasti ly decorated with palms and potted plants and delightful Ices and cakes were served Mi s OBannon was gowned In a becoming creation of lavender and Nuns veiling Miss Putnam wore a dress of green mescaline TUB Vnughan Cunningham Tobacco Company has been incorporated at Lex ington with J R Cunningham presi dent I N Vaughan vice president and G F Vaughan secretary and treas urer all of Virginia Tho company will build a large warehouse and do a redrying business on a large scale The plant will cost about 50000 and is con tracted to bo complete by about Oct 1 Tho Vaughans are nephews of tho wri ter and have frequently visited here They are experienced tobacco men and regard Lexington as the coming tobac co market of tho world DEUQIITFUL OCCASIONHon J M Alverson entertained some 30 of his friends dt an elegant dinner at the St Asaph Hotel Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Elizabeth Allen of Millersburg who is with Miss Sallio Taylor Woods It was a courso dinner and it was beau tifully served Three large tables were tastily decorated with ferns and cut flowers and at them an hour or so was most enjoyably spent After the sump tuous repast which Included almost everything good to cat one could think of the merry crowd of young folks re paired to Waltons Opera House where Mr Alverson continued his hospitality by giving a swell dance It was a most happy occasion and those who were fortunate enough to be present are loud in their praise of Mr Alverson as an en tertainer and a dispenser of genuine hospitality I CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer r WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellers DONT foil to attend tho Chautauqua Assembly at Stanford Aug 3 to 8 In elusive LANCASTER Fair next week and Dan yule fair the week following Theresa good time ahead WE go to press a day earlier than usual so that all hands and tho devil can take in tho fair GEORGE LUNSFORD of Turnersvillc 5s offering great bargains in dry goods clothing shoes and groceries Call an- See j TilE Chautauquas which being held throughout the State are receiving great praise and arousing much enthus iasm Cosy Ngare showin to good crowds each night in their tent on West Main Street Admission only 10 cents FOR RENT Suite of rooms In Odd Fellows building just vacated by Hun J N Saunders Also storeroom in that building Ed Wilkinson THE hustling spiritofTulia and Swisher county is given forceful ex prell Ion in the Tulia Commercial Club of which Mr James Frye is tho courte ous loyal efficient secrotaryTulia Texas Farm and Ranch PRESIDENT HARRIS Secretary Cum mins and his two assistants Walter Saunders and Dr Pennington are do- Ing all in their power to make tho fair a success and right well arc they sue ceeding Three cheers for the splendid organization 9 THERE ore a few shares of tho stock in the Odd Fellows Hall Association not yet subscribed for This stock is non taxable 5 per cent interest being guaranteed and shares in the dividends interest and dividends payable semiannually See A C Sine 2t THE Ladies Aid Society Chris tian church presented to Mrs E C Walton a set of the handsomest spoons we have seen In many a day Such manifestation of good feeling IS sincere ly appreciated by the writer who will cherish the thought of the gift long af ter many of the unpleasant episodes of the newspaper business are forgotten To MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29th only 985 the roundtrip This includes railroad fare board at the hotel and admission to tho several routes of the cave going on regular train Same rate applies from all stations in the county Via Lebanon Junction One night for promenade and dance See L N agent THE following resolutions were adopt ed by the Republicans of the 18th Sen atorial District in convention at Hus tonvillo on Monday last First we approve the call for this convention 2nd we heartily endorse the Republican National and State Administrations 3rd we earnestly endorse the County Unit Bill as offered in the last Legisla ture and urge its passage at the coming session 4th we approve of the Republican platforms adopted by the last two State conventions REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION At a meeting of tho Republican Executive Committee of Lincoln county duly and regularly held on the 17th day of July 1909 it was ordered and a call is hereby made for a mass convention of the republicans of Lincoln county to be held in the city of Stanford Ky at the court house on Saturday Aug 21 1909 at 130 p M for tho purpose of nomi nating candidates for county offices to be voted for at the coming November electionAll desiring to be candidates are required to notify In writing on orI before Aug 11 1909 the secretary or chairman of the County Executive Committee In the event there is only one candidate for an office who has given notice as is hereby required then such candidate shall be declared the nominee for said office by the Executive Committee At said mass convention the system I of voting shall be vlvavoce o Witness our hand this 7th day of July 1909 Rx DAVISON Cfamn G D FLORENCE Secy 1 TRY a week at Crab Orchard Springs after the fair Is over Twill help yon NOTICEI orlUrlproperly proven to me by Atig OlWJ ltlct + Ann Conn Exor Danville Ky NOTICEI The MoKlnney Coal c reed Co U now prepared to supply the people with nny grade of cool nIl furtake notice themen will especially to low price who will buy coal for wheat tliraihlng prices per bushel rangfromnceincenthetlfiN Railway dE0O00CIi Mgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I I have on hand at Hughes Martin A Cos tore In Htanford typewriters of various HmlthFoxetc thoroughly rebuilt and nt good ns new very cheap Mill reo CallgM A JOHNBON Htanford Ky Small Farm For Sale I I desire to leI privately my fnrm of 87 nerel111 Lincoln county seven miles from Htnnfonl and two miles from Maywood on neghbOrhood productive vation an under good fence Comfortable IIouo of MX rooms new barn and till other outbuldlngs Abundance of tine water and fruit of nil klnds J T JIVISGSTON It F V No1 Htnnford Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods INSURANCE R B itiAKONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount The State UniversityI Lexington Ky The Htnte University Lexington Ky or Agrleultural neering Electrical Engineering Mining Engineering Olnitlcal and aeven HclentlHo ooursei each of which extend over tour yonra and leatla to n liacbelora degree nU o n Department of LAW and a Department ot JldUcntloniWhlell lust has been eitnbltiuod Holiool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work in pedagogy and art granted a Bach completed lion is retained County appointees receive free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories uel light traveling expenses if they remain 10 consecutive inonthsor one colleg late year The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern is fully provided for ns re quired by Congress The graduates In the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for lust year was 1078 Each de withthebornewithwhich Is well equipped with all the modern JlbYllealculture onIdulIUenltunica lInIng at tion buildings atlord ample and roamed tare1Forcoursesf c JAR K PATTBB80N Ill D LL DPresTor to pO FBAZHK Business FU Term Begins Sept 909 L R Hughes T W Humble W o MLiIlI Very Low Dont fail to see our Oxfords before buying Wo have tho lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Pat ents Tans Vicis Oxfords C 350 Oxford Special 269 300 Oxford 229 250 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 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY SUMMER RATES VIA XheCN 4D ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY AUG 19tH 16 ROUNDTRIP 16 i t t tNEW YORKEvery 2809Via3000 Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake and Ral3215 BOSTONGoing Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York with stopovers 3735 OLD POINT COMFORTTuesday July 27 and Saturday Aug 21 Fiheen Days Limit 1250 Very cheap rain to Atlantic City and all Seashore Retorti on Sale Daily Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Point in Virginia on Sate Daily For full information call on or addreu GEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky 1798 Traitfiilvaina University 1909 Continuing Kentucky University Tho College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for to Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment EuropeStandardizedM and L L B New Science Building recently erected at a cost of 860000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable expenses The session begins Sept 13 1000 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres L NGTONKENTUCK H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal Branch House Stanford Ky Thurman Tudor Mgr H B NORTHCOTT Stanford RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home aa modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is smallcompared with he benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special + Far mers Lino rate If era not at present enjoying telephone service we s immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky ennessee Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL GO IMCOflFOBATCD a f n i The Interior Journal bteredinthe PottOffice oJ Stanford as- reendefau matter 1 L N TIME TABLE NollHoutbllMrx NoS HouthUW A x No 14 North 410 A x No 5t North arT r x NO 21 LOUT AM No M J40 PM JOS 8 RICE Agent Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my tock of Gro ceries and Hardware l olng a bust nest Will Invoice about 14500 lleason 111 health QEO n HOPPEIt Stanford Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of experience l Then your clothe wbethern low price suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coatsJand overcoat Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready tor your Inspection 110 RUPLKV Tho Tailor Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue grass land lying one mile North of MoKlnnoyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water and trop Also 121 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKinney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Hee grow ngcrop J A GIVENS Agent McKlnney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of alCklnds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also makea specialty of wreaths for loiCfunernl purposes In connection with the above I have nil klndi of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OIIIU8TAUN GREEN HOUSES KD UuiiiiARO PHOU Stanford Ky InlurI Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Keildeneo Phone 80 Office 95 Insurejwith me and be fully protected oFIIIIESM FURS a GinsengGeldea arc Dealers and can do belter for mercbantJR+ hipPiM SABEL SONS CTABLIftHKO IN 188 IZO E Market St LOUISVILLE KY FINE FARM INJGARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A tine blue grass earns for solo situated on near Point LeaveU and six miles south of Lancaster containing 200 acre wellllocated in good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with n hand i some new twostory evenroom residence L thereon with nil necessary outbulldlnginnd good new barn 4OxW W tered ilx runningthrough andiI pnldPersons plncopl ale write or see VGWALKrnHtnnford JLBeazleyCoJ H UndeitJKers and Embalm ttrs Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugp They willexchange Furniture for all KI11d of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STAMFORD KENTUCKY J C McClar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In HsrnassEaddlryS- TANFORD KY r arOCftPIaOBtur Homo Phone fi i s Much In Little The War Department paid 044M for artificial limb last year The railroads of this county payout 24000000 a year in freight claims Six out of seven pictures sent to the Royal Academy every year are reject edThere were 15 executions of criminals in Prussia in 1907 all but one of them men + There is still pending in the English law courts a case which was initiated in1707Nearly all of the 15000 inhabitants of Marchnenktrchen Saxony are engaged in violin makings There are 30 different kinds of new roses for this year alone in England where rose culture abounds An effort made in Russia to form a gigantic steel corporation on the lines of the one existing in this country has failedThe Swiss Government spends more money In proportion to its population for the relief of its poor than any other countryThe of Stromboli has been known to emit flames persistently and laya and cinders spasmodically for over 2000 years A Parisian antiquarian has paid 750 000 francs for the famous Marfels col lection of watches made in the Six teenth and Seventeenth centuries South American woods were former ly used exclusively in the making of fishing rods but the material is now be- Ing largely supplied by Queensland Frogs may do some harm to fish in a pond but German experts have decided that this is outweighed by the good they do in destroying injurious insects New York State has taken practical way of encouraging forestry During the past planting season more than 1 000000 seedlings were distributed at cost throughout the State for planting There was a time when Ohio was noted for its forest products last year it yielded only 500000 feet of the 40 256154000 feet of lumber cut in the country Pennsylvania which used to lead in this industry now ranks as eighth among the States Washington coming first and Louisiana second Japans foreign trade fell off 56250 000 in 1908 or 12 per cent This is the worst record for six years except in 1904 In 1907 specie of the value of 500000 entered the country but in 1908 it was the other way to the extent of 200000 When imports exceed ex ports prices on the Japanese share mar ket fall and vice versa Camnitz is Factor in the Pirates Succuss They talk about Mans Wagner and Fred Clarke and Tommy Leach winning the pennant for Pittsburg this year remarked a member of the Pirate team the other day RotYouve got to go further down the teams lineup to produce the real six cylinder kid thats propelling the Pitts burg bunch along toward tho flag and a whack at the worlds championed coin Who is it Nobody but that sturdy son of old Kentucky Howard Camnitz How do I figure it Easiest thing in the world Youll remember the Pi rates were right on the heels of the leaders at the close of last seasonso close that if they had won that last Sunday game at Chicago they would have cinched tho pennant then and thereAnd the reason why this one game was made the turning point t f their finish was that Camnitz wasnt in the game for quite n while during the hot test part of the campaign The fact was that the little fellow broke training rules on one or more occasions and so had to be disciplined and during the infliction of this penalty several games were lost that should have been won and would have been easy for us had amnitz been in the box This year theres nothing of the kind on tap Camnitz has been win ling with a regularity surpassed only by that with which Mathewson is downing the other fellows Ho is fully aware of the damage his transgressions of last season wrought and hes deter mined to make up for it this yearand- Is more than making good on his reso lutionsIf wo get into the worlds series this fall first thanks muat go to Cam nitz then to Wagner Clarke Leach Willis and the rest Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was In constant danger from wild beasts To day the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Me is largely from deadly UseaseIIIf it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not have liv CdlI be writes sutTerlnng as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough II To euro Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia its the best medicine on earth COc and el Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Trial bottle free The jury in the Ella Ginglea case re turned a verdict of not guilty at the same time exonerating MiasAgneaBar ette whom Miss Ginglea accused of i nprepw conduct Dont drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That I wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will como to you again Test It and see Sold by Penny IS Drugstore As resulte between Hay wood and Jesse Jackson colored the tl year old daughter of Kearny Price a carpenter was shot through the bow and fatally wounded at Henderson Commissioners Salel Lincoln Circuit Court Ai directed by nltulKnicttt of the Lincoln ternsItOIntheoctlonof untlorIgnrdMONDAY AUG TH flee OourtJlousbestbidderframe stablo and lot known nltbeold KyboundtorAllderon llOtHrrlght of wny le feet wide to Mill fit Keo UruNlying bylotoflt1IThe object of the mlo It to satisfy the Judgment of W H Denham for tow with In tore at front Juno s itus to U calculated at Jlionnsan10 IW5 the judgment of Mr IIMli ndmlnli IIIIHgthe Judgment of W 1 Walton for mu with totlowsOct IS W Oct 1 fw Oct 1 iwn in pnld 1c liMnymtn 10tisgivebondsbeRrIngJudgment OJ r IwNORTHIKWND Leave Somerset 92 am Science Hill 041 nm Pulaski U47 nnl Eubanks U57nm 1O04 nm Kings Mountain 1011 nm South Moreland 1035 nm Bowen 1040 amn Junction Arrive in Danville 1057 nin c Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Frank Bpoonamore and etc Plaintiffs vi nettle H oonamore and etc Defendants Pursuant to a Judgment of the Ltnooli Circuit Court rendered at Us May term IWO In the above styled nctlon tbo undersigned master commlMlonor will on MONDAY AUQUHT 9TH UOB at 1 oclock p M In front of the court how door In the city of Htnnford IIncol Count y Ky sellnt public outcry to the highest an- best bidder the three tracts of land herein breJohlldeath Tract yo 1 known as the John KKpoona more home place containing oboutltacre stunted about 1W miles from Stanford 01s the Iuddcrnri a Still turnpike being bound etl on the North by said road and the Jamei lepple 10011 on tbe Houth by a dirt rood and w llUudderar onfho west by bud dorar Mill rood lt Hudderar and on the unit by George Hammonds heirs and Brad heirs This land Is well Improv sid Has IK story residence and all necus sary outbuildings Tract No t containing 41 acres S roods and 11 holes situated on Duddernrs Mill Turn pike about 2 mites froth Stanford and bound wl and described ns follows Beginning at n stonu corner to O M and Kllluh Hpoonn more thence Nyt K 8 poles II link to a slake In center ofUudderors Mill turnpike rondo thence with sans N 71 K M nclos thence N 72S K 15 poles IS links to n state tn center of sain nl end county roadt houw 811H KSO poles to a stone on East side of county road and corner to MePheurson tract thence K I W W voles 17 links to a stone on Knit side of said rond corner to KUJah Hpoonnmorc thence N Tl W TH poles to the be lnning Tractoacontainlng nt acres on the waters of IogaUs Creek beginning at agate lost Priors line thiinco with cen ter of the lane N 33 B70 Poles IS links to a stone In the center of the lime thence Nsjf Kfi poles IS links ton stake In lane corns to wUb 11111 line N H V- TT leilPIIltbencu tokc UsenceN Itlr U oflearnstone H 3Emhrvline thence hlf line H 11 poles IS I nk to n stake corner to WAliers1 his said Kmbrys line thence with the Withers anti Prior limn H M K 178 poles t links to this beginning These three tracts will be sold separately and on a credit of six months bond with good security for the price will be required 01 the Iuroltunfnyable to the commissioner lt from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and securest by lion on the laud The shares of the four Infant doe frndants will not be paid but shall remain n lien on tho landtienrlng Interest until the Infants become of ngo or the guardian exe cutes the bond required by section ltd of civil code Jn AXTOXj M 0 JHO tf O U Florence I It Hughes Attys The Great Danville Fair Aug 3 4 5 and 6 Four Days of Pleasure and Entertain ment Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section Best Fair in Central Kentucky 3500 Will be Given Away in Premiums and Purses Excursion Rates on all Roads Special Train to and From Somerset Each Day TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET Waynesburg Forl1017amMcKinney1026am City1046nm soirninoum Leave Danville 600 pin Junction City 608 pin Bowen 613 pm foreland 618 pm McKinney 621plU South Fork033 pm Kings Mountain 641 pm Wayncsburg 648 pm Eubanks 655 pin Pulaski 704 pm pmiJ T B BRIGHTPres I M DUNNSeci r = t Dn L 1 CUT PRicES K y All Summer goods must be gold at Cost We are overcrowded and must make room for our Fall stock of now fresh goods Note tho prices Mens Suits were Belling nt 822 50 now 814 48 Mens Suit wcro Selling nt 818 00 now 12 08 alien Suits wcro Selling at 816 00 now 10 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 812 CO now 8 08 1 Mens Suite were Selling nt 810 00 now 148 Mens Suits were Selling at 8 7 50 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoes wcro Selling at 84 00 now 1325 Mens Low Shoes were Selling nt gl 50 now 2t8 Mens Low Shoes wcro Selling at 83 00 now 2JJ8 Mens Low Shoes wcro Selling at 82 fiO now 1 08 Ladies Low Shoes wcio Selling at 83 50 now 8238 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now l 10 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Selling at 82 50 now iDs LadiesLow Shoes wcro Selling at 82 00 now 1 38 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Selling at 81 50 now litStraw Huts 81 f0 Value now 8 Straw Hats 82 00 Value now rns q Straw hats 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw Hats 83 50 Value now 2 08 SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY T i The Guessing Contest on Our Soap Window is Increasing Dont Miss It h 1 1- C I c W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Ilf I have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the best wagon on the market for the mosey See them before buying na there has been a great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY the Lincoln bounty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIERIiJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CIERK- DIREOTORSI JB Oweley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter StanfordtJohn B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kiss TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Y SafetyDepositOFFICERS J S Hocker President ST Harris VicePresident John J McKoberts Cashier H C EUughman Asst Cashr WwSeuadersDeeokkeeperv DIRECTOR J W BaugbmanMH C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harrisno 0 Robinson t W B OBannpo J S Hocker CE Tate J