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Splendid Card. MIDDLEBURG. Several of the Olympian Springs pcoplo attended church here Sunday. Bob Leo Murphy pasted through here Monday with 150 hogs ho bought near Dunnville. A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church at Yoscmlto on Monday night, 20th. Dr. William J. Sweeney is now a full fledged M. D. and has hung out his shingla at Yosemite, MO. 42. HUSTONVILLE. The protracted meeting at tho Baptist church closed an Sunday night. Five were baptized Sunday p. M. At a meeting Saturday of tho ladies of the Baptist church it was unanimous ly decided that they hold a bazaar here tho day before thanksgiving. Meidames C. L. Newbern nnd A. M. Statlcr, of Memphis, mother and sister of Mr, D. J. Newbern, are spending the Summer nt his home here. Mrs. Henderson Sims, tho beloved Jack any age, ago considered. 22 Jennet any age, ago considered. 23 Maro mulo two years old and under three. Big Outpouring Expected 21 Horso mulo two years old and un The Lincoln County Fair begun yes- der three. day's terday with an averago first 25 Marc mulo threo years old and crowd and a magnificent show of stock. over. were better than on The gato receipts 2(5 Horse mulo threo years old and the tlrst day last year and every thine To-da- Begun Wednesday With Fine Show of Stock and Fair Crowd. JACK8 JENNETS AND MOLES: Don't Miss considered tho Initial day exceeded tho expectation of tho most sanguine. Stock from a half dozen counties is on hand and tho quality is fine. Tho rings wsro all hotly contested and tho winners had a right to feel proud. Tho mulo show was tho best seen In this section In years. Perfect order was preserved and all went as merry as a and marrlago bell. pcoplo will be at tho fair from tho Halt works and two great days arooxpectcd. Following are tho award of yesterday: To-da- y Tupscott & Frederick, our contract age, regardless of ors and builders, are putting up a school houso on Calhoun creek. sex or color. James J. Richardson died at hM HORSES. 29 Suckling colt (either sex) by Ches- homo on Doe creek after an illness of some six months of consumption. ter Peavino. W. C. Bryant has moved into his new 30 Gelding four years old and over. quarters near tho Baptist church and 31 Filly colt under ono year old. his stock of goods looks quite neat. 32 Horso colt undor one year old. The report that Dr. J. M. Hancy had 33 Maro or gelding ono year old nnd quit tho practico of medicine seems to under two. The 31 Maro or gelding two years old and have been without foundation. doctor tells us that ho is still visiting under three. mules: 35 Stallion one year old and under two. his patients as usual and has no thought No. 1 Best mare mulo colt under ono of relinquishing his grip on tho pill bag. roMEs: year. The following teachers opened school 3G Marc and colt, (marc 43 inches and Monday: Misses Lula Adams at Grove; Harris & Woods prem., J. II. Ilaugh-ma- n under.) cert. 37 Stallion, maro or gelding, not over Bcttie Royalty at Haynes; Elva Rigney 2 Horse mulo colt undor ono year. at Stapp'a school house; Dudley Wesley 52 inches; show optional. Harris & Woods prem., J. 11. Ilaugh- - 38 Pimy, driven by boy or girl. at New Center College; J. R. Staton at man cert. 39 Stallion three years old and under Calvary, and Robert Jeter at Bluo Val3 Maro mulo ono year old and under ley on Bastin Creek. 27 Mulo any ngo. 23 Pair mules any over. mother of Mr. Fort N. Sims, passed into the great beyond last week after a long life of usefulness to her family and the service of tho Master. A Miss Cochran has been employed by the board of education as teacher In the intermediate department of our graded school. Sho comes with years' of experience nnd high credentials. After three distinct strokes of paralysis, Mr. Thomas Durham, a veteran of Woiford's famous cavalry, is still living near Jumbo and able to walk three to five miles a day and cat three square meals. The corn crop in tho West End never showed a better prospect of a larger yield and the meadows are fairly groaning beneath the burdens of fino grass' Corn Is being ottered for $2 per barrel and hay nt 35c per hundred. Misses Mattie and Ada Alcorn are at homo for a few weeks' vacation. Mrs. Hill Spalding, of Louisville, is with her father, Dr. E. Alcorn, for a month's sojourn. Mrs. Nannie Harper, of Rob- bins. Tenn., is visiting her brother, Mr. J, W. Powell, nnd family and other rel Lancaster Fair, July 28, 29 $2,500 & 30. IN CASH 40 Stallion four years old and over. H. Iiaughman prem., E. P. Woods 41 Maro or gelding any age. & Son cert. 42 Maro nr gelding threo years old old and I Best horso mule ono year nnd under four. under two. 42 Itockaway marc or gelding any Woods K. I Ilnrrii & Woods nrcm.. age. & Son cert. 43 Stallion four years old and over. 6 Best marc and mulo colt (colt at 41 Saddle stallion, mare or gelding side.) any age. Harris & Woods prem., and cert. two. four. J. fj E. S. Powell & Son prem'., It. C. two. 47 Marc and colt (colt at side, cither Hockcr cert. year old sex), regardless of breeding. 8 Best maro or gelding ono 43 Stallion two years old and under and under two. prem., Levi Messcr three. A. B. Itansdall 49 Maro four years old and over. cert. COLT STAKE. Maro or gelding two years old and 9 50 colt (cither sex.) under three. 51 Walk-tro- t and canter maro or Mack Hughes prem., C. T. Sandidgo gelding, anynge. cert. 52 Mare or gelding any nge. 10 Mare or gelding three years old 53 Pony, ridden by boy or girl; rider and under four. prem.. Robert Walker not to bu over 12 years of age. EdT.Uoty 51 Fancy turnout, under 51 inches; cert. decorations considered; driven by boy 11 Pmoton maro or gelding any age, or girl. 15 hands and under. horses: J. C. Bailey prem., Booker Rcidccrt. 55 Stable four horses, handled by one maro or 19 Thoroughbred stallion, man. irelding. any age, ago considered. 50 Maro four years old and over. Embry & Reld prem., S. J. Embry, 57 gelding four years old and over cert. Jr., 53 Fancy turnout, single horse, decosuckling colt (either sex) by 12J Friday's Great Program. horses: Best horso colt under ono year old. 45 Stallion two years old and under W. H. Murphy prem., Felix White three. cert. 4G Stallion one year old and under 7 Best filly colt under ono year old. C n The remains of Mrs. Benjamin were brought from Burnsido 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. Sallco to Columbia last week. Tho doctor has 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, whero his relatives could nurso him back to health. John Bates has returned from a tour of .Marion nnd Taylor counties nnd re ports crops looking fine there. Bud Short, G. P. Garner, Sam Sharp, W. T. Royalty, Thomas Branson nnd Sam Lyons, nil of Yosemite, wero summon ed to Liberty as witnesses in the suit between J. T. Short nnd Geo. King. The Childrons' Day exercises nt the Methodist chuVch Sunday wero well acquitted and the children themselves in a manner highly credit-abl- o and the services duly appreciated. Mrs. W. J. Godby and Miss Kate Hunt had labored hard in drilling the tots and aro to bo congratulated on their skill in preparing for the service. Owens Bros.' band furnished music for the occasion and they deserve especial mention. Pol-so- Beau Naboth. J. N. Carter 1st., Alfred Ends 2nd., 13 Felix White 3rd. i Fancy turnout; single horse; decorations not considered; stallions barred. J. M. Alvcrson prem., 1. C. James cert. (sound14 Walking maro or gelding, ness not considered), any ago. A. K. Anderson prem., S. M. Owens, cert. 15 Pair of mares or geldings any age. I. C. James prem., and cert. 10 Stallion three years old and under four. W. O. Walker prem., It. S. Scudder cert. 17 Maro or gelding three years old and under four. E. T. Doty prem., Mack Hughes cert. 18 Pair any oge, regardless of sex, color or ownership. I, C. James prem. and cert. .," 19 Maro or gelding any age. John Smiley prem., Muck Hughes cert. 20 Stallion any age. Lucas John Smiley prem., Bohon cert., R. L. Walker, third. AltOUNDTIIE RINti. ration; stallions barred. 59 Stallion, marc or gelding. CO Pair any age, regardless of sex, color or ownership, fd Stallion any age. . C2 Stallion, maro or gelding any age. Kentucky Fair Dates. Georgetown, July Lancaster, July Winchester, Aug. 3- -5 days. days. Danville, Aug. Bluegrass Fair, Lexington, August 9- -6 days. Taylorsville, Aug. 104 days. Fair, Mlddlesboro, Aug. 11 t days. Harrodsburg. Aug. 123 days. Lawrcnceburg, Aug. 17 1 days. Perryvillc, Aug. 18- -3 days. Barbourville, Aug. 183 days. Brodhcad, Aug. 18- -3 days. Shclbyviile, Aug. 21- -5 days. Elizabcthtown, Aug. 24- -3 days. Springfield, Aug. 254 days. Ixmdon, Aug. 25 1 days. Frankfort, Aug. 31- -4 days. Nicholasvlllo, Aug. 314 days. Bardstown, Sept. 1 1 days. Monticcllo, Sept. 7- -4 days. Kentucky Stato Fair, Louisville Sept. 275 days. 283 days. 43 Tri-Stat- o 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 years' experience in high school work. School will open the first week in September. Mr. Geo. M. Givcns had his fine show marc seriously injured by falling through a hole in a bridge on pike near his home. He had her in . fino shape and expected to tako her nround the blue grass circuit, but this fall puts her out. He is very desirous of knowing who is responsible nnd the best authority in tho State will bo consulted. Convention of the ISth Senatorial district convened in Alcorn's Opera House nt 2 P. M., Monday. Tho vote by counties was as follows: Lincoln 19, Casey 19. Boyle 15 and Garrard 1C. Geo. W. Welsh was elected permanent chairman and A. B. Florence, of Stanford, pecre-tarWhen the chairman called for nominations F. P. Combcst presented the namo of Jason Wesley, of Casey. Mr. J. II. Culton, who was n candidate NEWS NOTES. for the office, arose nnd in a splendid Firo in the business district of Ma- speech asked to have his name withsontown, W. Va., caused a loss of $300,-00- drawn in favor of Casey county's candidate. Wesley was unanimously nomwill apply each day Itnto of one faro plus 25 ceuts for the round-triJohn Calvin Frazier, an aged and re- inated. Perfect harmony prevailed spected citizen of Shelby county, is throughout the proceedings. Paris and intermediate stations, final limit Aug. 1. from Louisville, Corbin, dead. Bloodhounds will be purchased to CORBIN TO LANCASTER, AND KKTUKN. It is told of a Mickigan editor that trail dynamiters of street cars at he grew tired lying about peoplo in 5:00 i M. C:H) A. m. Lv. Lancaster Evansvilie. obituary notices, and then have other Lv. Corbin 5:01) Gilberts 0:40 Lomlou Hubert Latham, who made an at- peoplo call him a hypocrite, so he wrote 5:20 Rowland 7:15 Livingston tempt to fly across the English Chan up one citizen as follows: 5:27 Stanford 7:42 Mt. Vernon nel with his monoplane, but fell into "Died Aged 5G years, six months 5:52 Crab Orchard 7:51! ltrodhcad the water, announced that ha expects and 15 days. Deceased was a mild 0:03 llrodhead 8:07 Crab Orchard pirato with a mouth for whisto make another attempt soon. mannered 0:20 Mt. Vernon ..8:! Rowland. When his horso dashed under a shel- ky nnd an cyo for boodle. Ho came 0:47 8:112 Livingston Stanford ter at Lumpkin, Ga., W, J. Davis' hero at night with another man's wife 7 28 London 8:58 Gilberts was struck by a swinging rafter and joined the church at the first head 7 58 v. si. 0 07 a. m. Ar. Corbin , and ho was severely injured. A sister, chance. He owed us $7 on tho paper. Ar. Lancaster who witnessed tho accident, dropped You could hear him pray six blocks. He LOUISVILLE TO LANCASTER, AND RETURN. dead as tho result of the mental shock. dl&l singing 'Jesus Paid It All,' and wo 5 00 r. 7 00 A. si. Lv. Lancaster The chnrgo against Dr. W. E. Nut-tal- l, think he is right as ho never paid a Lv. Louisville 5 27 Stanford 8 10 formerly superintendent of the In- damn cent himself. Lebauon Jet 5 45 Junction City 0 21 Lebanon "Ho was buried in an asbestos cas stitute for tho Feeble Minded, of havG 2S Lebanon 10 27 Junction City ing improper relations with a woman ket, and his friends threw palm fans in 7 28 Lebanon Jet 10 47 Stanford inmato of the Institution, has been to his grave, as ho may need them. 8 15 l. si. 1120 a. si. Ar. Louisville favorite Ar. Incaster turned over to Commonwealth's Attor- His tombstone will bo a ney Franklin in accordanco with an roosting place for hoot owls." opinion of tho Attorney General. Everyone would be benefited by taking Foley's Oiino Laxatlvo for htom-uc- atives Prof. S. PREMIUMS. Greatest Horse and Mule Show in Kentucky. Balloon Ascensions Daily. Midway Attractions of Every Kind. 0. i well-know- -- WJ Sees Mother Grow Young. li Music By ay8. ' Ko skin games to speak of but lots of innocent amusements. Tho weather is as good ua If It had been ordered for tho occasion. Trv ono of John D. Horton's splendid .llnners. You will feel bettor after ward. Thero was no ring for the prettiest baby. Consequently nobody's hair was Weren't those mule rings good ones 7 family In The test of tho tho land wero exhibited. If you have business of any kind with this paper, sea the I. J. man at the fair He'll wait on and long-eared pulled. If peoplo with symptoms of kidney or bladder troublo could realize their danger thoy would without loss of tlino commenco taking Foley's ICIdnoy Heniody. This grout remedy stops tho pain and tho Irregularities, strengthens and builds up tho organs and thero Is no danger of Hrights' disease or other serious dUorder. Do not disregard tho early symptoms. Stan ford Drug Co. Zach Manning, of Warren county, aged 34, la tho youngest grandfather in tho Stato. His daughter, Mrs. A. L. Butler, aged 1C, has just given birth to of a boy. Mr. Butler, the Manning, Is 40 years old. "It would bo l.ard to overstate tho womlcrlul ehango In my mother since she began to uso Electric Hitters, " writes JUrs. W L. Qllpatrlck, of Mo. "Although past 70 sho seems really to bo growing young again. Sho suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years. At last she could neither cat, drink nor sleep. Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Hitters worked such wonders for her health," They Invigorate all vital organs, euro Liver and Kidney troubles, Induce sleep, impart strength aud appetite. Only 50c at Penny's Drug Store. Dan-forth, and liver trouble and habitual constipation. It sweetens the stomach and breath, gently stimulates tho liver and regulate the bowels und is much superior to pills and ordinary laxatives. Why not try Foloy's Orlno Stanford Drug Co. Laxative Four more persons who were severely burned Sunday night ao ths result of a fire which followed tho explosion of a motorcyclo during a raco at the old Botanic Gardens, at Berlin, died. makes a total of eight deaths. This Michael'? Sdperb Military Bai)d, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. to-da- y Pains of woineo, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's l'lak J'aln Tablets. See No better music was ever listened to full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Peothan that mado by Saxton & Trost. ny's Drug Store. Th time is perfect, tho melody la The strike of the employes of the A charming and the selections are almost Standard Steel Car Co. at Butler, Pa., nrttv as the aim who come w we baa ended. Both sides made slight fair. panied by Miss Elizabeth Allen, of you. As usual Mr. J. fancy turnout M. Alverson won the ring. Ho was accom- g. .. Foley's Honey und Tar not only stops chronlu couhs that weaken the constitution and develop Into consumption, but heals and strengthens U. S. Marshall Elliott made a big the lungs. It affords comfort und rehaul of illicit stills in Jackson and Ows- lief In tho worst cases of chronlu bronThero uro plenty choaper buggiesjjbut there nro nono better, Huggy ley counties. Large quantities of moon chitis, asthma, hay fever and lung paiutiug, work, $10; phaetons, 812; surreys, 814 and up, nccord- shine were destroyed and a few of the troublo. Stanford Drug Co. to tho size. Per set, bugu'y steel tiro, bestjiuality, ut $3.50. Buggy ing operators captured. and leliued Peter Brown was given threo years uw wwiivHrwl in llOonucu rubber nt $8. Huggies in the penitentiary at his trial at Mo ,,t am roliued lor $25. Rubber tired, in leather and ltnmiM The cleverebl Imitation of real Cof bile lor stealing a cmcxen. fee ever yet made Is Dr. Shoop's tho beat ou the market and tho lowest prices.JGoodyear and Kelley, at $14. Prerentlcs-tho- so Candy Cold Cure Health Cotlee, It Is lino In flavor lkat Goodrich at $10. We solicit yourtrade. and li made In just one minute. No Tablets will safely an ' quickly chock tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made all colds and the Grip. Try them once old by Peunyi Drug from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, and wet etc. Sample free. Penuy 'a Drug Store. Store. first-clum c. Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de Buggies. If. M. AnNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. i "?. W"WW( 'SRFWfa TjwfrftHjgr v """f 0 The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON n The: new Senate building at which cost over four millions of dollars, contains free bath rooms for the Solons which rival! in magnlflccncu any thing ever devised for kings and potentates. The rooms are of purest marble, tho steam pipes arc gilded, the splendid tubi have carved bases and the great marble slabs are wide enough to take in the colossal form of Senator Bradley and then some. No wonder the users of tho magnificent baths get to feel contempt for tho great common peoplo and repel the efforts to reduco the taxes on tho necessities of the masses in order that tho classes may enjoy luxuries that would make tho mouths of royalty water. Wash-Ingto- ) n X If If Percy Haly resigns from tho State Board of Control Gov. Willson could not do a wiser act, nor one more grate ful to the hearts of all Kentucky demo crats than to appoint W. P. Walton, of Lexington', in his place. As straight as a string, as honest as was Adam before ho was fired out of the garden of a clean, and brainy gentleman and a democrat abovo reproach, Walton's appointment would be a credit to the governor and would insure a faithful, spotless and efficient service to the State. Glasgow Times. Eden ' i ? Judge O'Rear, of the appellator! court, nas taicen tne stump lor trie pool of this year's tobacco crop. Lord, how these politicians do love the dear farmer when they get the gubernatorial bee buzzing in their bonnets. The judge has been the ido of the tobacco men eves since his famous clash with Gov. Willson in the Frankfort meeting, when he protested against the use of soldiers and said: "You can't run anything down tho throats of freemen with bayonets." D. M. Wnlker. Tho Epworth Leaguo at tho Methodist church seems to be taking on new life right hero In the midst of summer. lnnliT In nnd Miinufactiirer of Tho attendanco is better nnd enthusiasm is greater now than at any time since Mnrblo and Crnnlto Monu It was organized. They subscribed $50 to tho Korean fund and have paid $25 Mnrkrrs nnd fvnietery nml I.nn Ynsesnnil Motleos. Otllco nml works, Mc- nlroady. Mllll''), hjr. Fourth and last Quarterly Communion of tho church year, which closes Sept. 1, will be held at tho Lancaster Methodist church Saturday and Sunday, July 31 nnd Aug. 1; services conducted of con- We nro In position by Uev. D. W. Kobortson, district su- crt'iWK. men lis uioi--to do nil kinds worn. fiict, wnrnn innkunny tlilnK perintendent, assisted by Dr. E. II. nnd. Indown to n fenex xst. We canfronm serve houifl Pearce, pastor Both tho Lancaster you promptly nnd ftunrnntee work nnd nmterlnl. Onll nnd get onr prices congregations Delore you Duy your mnierini ni leuti. and are joined in this service according to church law, both congregations comStanford, Ky. posing ono pastorate. Tho Quarterly two Congre Official Conference of the gational Boards will be held at Lancas- JO PER CT. REDUCTION, ter church Saturday, July 31, at 2:30 C. B. PRUITT, r. M. for current and annual summary Morolond, Kentucky, of fiscal and statistical of tho two con KoriWilnys, In order to clcnn up on gregations. Joint communion Sunday, Druggets, I'nrpets, lings, Ktc. Will eloper cent, reduction. Iliitonomn rnr 11 A. M Aug. 31, conducted by Hev. inrgiilnsln millinery. Homo llg tuirgnlns Robertson, assisted by tho pastor, tho In cloiouitts In Vinll pnpr. ! Nlco selection your time to congregations joining at night in union of frnmed picture. Nowmirror. Oil I nnd Imy n linndooiut' inantlo see them. I'holco selection of rocker. gospel service in tho city park. Dr. Hood linn of tnetnl nnd wood, metnl Robertson has been invited by Dr. nnd wood folding lieds, I'rlln.cots.innttress' , springs, counclies, DiiwnporM, rlintrs, Pearco to take his place in rotation of stilt aises, grip, trunks, extension tnliles, rentrtt tallies, medicine eiiblnets, glass, service on that date and occasion. siisli, doors. Ac. Onll nnd win. Well emilpped stocs, of funeral supplies. Her Ice night or dny. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. I MATTERS. FOR DRIPPING SPRINGS. home, On mty terms, i Subject Sunday morning at the MethInrso Int. good stalil nml P. O. &b Orchard", Ky odist church: "The Law of Tithing." outtiullillngs. Tnls l vi'rjrolhor ilrsirnblr rn. ilnnofi property, on Htntiforil strret, ('Mb M. UnEpworth League servico at 7 r. Orelinnl, Ky, For further Infnrinntlon Is now open for tho season. Write to Hpenrs H.U. KlMil, Knslry,Alft. ion services at night,prcaching by Itev. Fisher, Manager, for (older. CHURCH SALE two-tor- jr neM-ssar- ," Harry Jacobs, tot, monts, S. D. LADIES' CARTER, OXFORDS. We are overstocked in Ladies' Now Llvorv Dopot Stroott Phono 06. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. td V,A A.M. will meet In stattHl eottiiiiuiilentlini tin eiieh nrst lllal third Monday nights of each month, ut ?!! o ciock in ineir nnii on ninin sirreei, Members of sister lodges are Invited to be present. T. W, IVn- Hec. illusion, CONCRETING flrM-cln- Hubblc-McKendr- PHILLIPS BROS., MILL FOR RENT! Onlng to anil wanting to be nwny from home some this summer, I have III IMvrr decided to rent my toller .Mill", uriren iy water nml sienm s power, (lood location. Mill In condition. W lt.TUAYI.Oit. II. F II. No. 4,Htnnford.Ky, tlrst-clns- Mnt-Win- s. SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- all of them Fresh, New, this season's goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps. Tan Low Shoes, .t 'I I nm prepared todonll kinds of suneylitg nnd ctll engineering promptly. My work will be guaranteed nnd inv prices nro reasonable. Write me at McKlnnev or call me nrr the telephone through the Itustonvllle Kxclinuge. WALfKIt MoKINNKY. O. 11. 1'ltinrr.Moreliind, Ky. J. M. Pettus has several good brood marcs for sale. For Sale, six Southdown bucks J.C. Lynn, Stanford. For Sale. Two hornless bulls, black The McKlnniy Woolin Mills, McKlnmy, Ky. F. E. Spinner, whose wonderful used to adorn the "greenbacks," hhs just had a monument dedicated to him at Herkimer, N. Y., by women. He was the first to appoint women in the treasury department and it is for this reason that they want to perpetuate his memory. Most of us, Danville. Ewes for sale. 500 ewes bought in however, would rather perpetuate it with one of his signatures on tho larg- Wayne and Russell counties. No Western ewes in the lot. Coulter & est of the notes he signed. Middleburg, Ky. and red. J. E. Bruce, Stanford. For Sale. 450 No. 1 stock ewes, extra good. E. T. Pence, Stanford. G. A. McRoberts averaged 27 bushels of wheat to the acre on the Ben Spalding farm. A good, gentle family horse, also buggy and harness for sale. See Mrs. Catherine McClary, Stanford. Estray. A pale red heifer, weighing about 700 pounds. Left Thursday night. Reward. Meier & Huffman, "Fifteen persons already have been hanged, 800 deserve death, 15,000 labor for life, 80,000 deserve minor sentences. If it is decided to proceed with the punishment wo will cordon the town and deal expeditiously with the matter." This report of a Turkish court martial is enough to make the blood run cold. The tyrants of the Biblical era could hardly out do it. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Dr. W. II. Fish, a leading physician of Nichokisvillo, is dead, aged 57. Mrs. Z. T. Ison, an aged woman of Burgin, is dead after a long illness. Berry Simpson. Elisha Slavan, Geo. Stanley, Jess Simpson and Oliver Sla van, sentenced to the penitentiary for life in the Federal court for conspiracy and murder in connection with the Stearns riot, were taken to the Atlanta prison. In addition to life sentences Simpson, Stanley and Elisha Slavan were given 10 years each in prison for disobeying anorder of injunction. Is now In operation and Is ready to sene the public In making Jeans, l.lnx'ys. Klnnkets. Flannels, Yarns, Ktr. Will either work wool or eschange goods for It. High, tm.l Iam....... Ii..l...t.tnf ,fri.t f In.jiln est market price for wool. ,11 ' ..l.llw... tW I. jllUHIIICU. u. tMI.WItiailT, l'ror. circuit court, rendered .. nt ttie f November ... ..... .....I..i ...... (VI 111, lvlll iup ..v.iirt. in Urt .i m. VL'lllla r..... i. ...... un- , etc.. ngiilnst M. II. Caldwell. J r., etc., the derlined Commissioner will on MONDAY, JULY , 1W0. county court dny, nt about 1 p.m. In front of tliucourt-liotmdoor In Liberty. Ky., oiler To weak and ailing woman, than U al least ona for snleul puniic onicry tome, nignesi ami way to help. But with that war, two treatment. combined. test Wilder, on n credit of l months, the ant babut both araOna Is local, on U aatantlal., Important, both tract of land on the waters of Carpenter's Dr. Sboop's Night Cars Is ths Local. Creek, lnCaey county, Ky., owned by J, It Pr, Bhoop'a RattoraUra, the ContUtutlonaL Nnplerat thu time of his dentil nnd thus deThe fonnsr Dr. BhooD's Ntiht Cure lj a toolral scribed: Beginning on Huh of '.mi acres of Buccsa membrane suppository remedy. wbUa Dr. Alex (lay's, zwhltu oaks, corner and la wholly an Internal treatpoles to 1 white oaks cor- Sboop's lueucoHX reacnea throut bout tie ner ot n survey of Charles Vnnl"evr, " M ment. Tbe KastoraUra the enUra irtfm, aeeklnc reilr ot aU aarra. poles to white oak and black gimi.wltli tissue, and all blood line, M 13 W M poles to a Mckury allTba "Night Curt", as allmenu. lmrtlaa. Ooaa Its lu name sore und white oak on n brunch; thence up the. work while and Inflamjou sleep. It same 14 40 V 'JO pole to n chestnut and ed mucous surfaces, bralssoothes weaknesses and local white onk; tbenco N M ' II polci to a Mpnn-Is- discharge, while tha IlestoraUra. eass n nroui N IS WMxlea ton white oak.whlteoak renewed Tlgor and oakanddoitMood, N W K to Noah Hnow s excitement. giTes Uuue. brinting aboutambition, builds np corner a white oak and black oak; thence ttrength. wasted and energy. Tata Dr renaned Bhoop's ilgor. with Hnow'H line i poles to a ehtstnul tree, HestoraUre fw general and maple; thence N 31 W'M poles ton white to tbe intern,Tableta or Liquid help, uaaaa tonle wall for poslUra local oak, N poles to a stake In said (lay's line, r)7AK to the containing Oacri . good security for the snle price ltond with will lie required of the purchaser, pajnhle to the Commissioner, U'.rlnu legal Interest from date of sale until lutld, secured by Ilea on the land, and haWnn the force and effect of a Judiiment. J. . I'AXTON, M C L.C.C. H.K.Tnylor.Atty.for l'lnlntllls. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court. I (. Weak Women ronitlro-tlonal- Ladies' "WALKOVER" at $3.50 and "ULTRAS" at $3.00 for this sale are $2.25. Our $3.50 and $3.00 "Ultra," Black, Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts. We price you now at $2.50. The "Brockport" $2.50, Black and Tan, we price you at $1.85. We have a beautiful dull top, large eyelet, $2.00 Black Oxford, in large sizes, 4 to 8. to close at $1.50. A lot of old styles in Ladies' and Children's at any price. e .our-woo- 'n H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. li t Dr. tShoop's Night Cure ixicAaciaEisac-swrv-sr- s ED ". r IVuny I!. II. M Collojp -- t r' K. (. Coleman . FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. CD TKV OUK Talcum I'owtleri1, Sriwngw, That the ruling passion is strong even in death is again shown by a Southern Negro condemned to die at Wilkes Barre, Pa. When asked if he wanted anything he replied: "Give me a ripe, juicy watermelon and I will die happy." Poor fellow, he wants but little here below and wont want that little long. to-d- Meet Me At S Itnth Itruthcii, Toilet nml I5nth Sonixt AND ICSIMICIALLY Tortured On "For 10 A Horse. h r i :' i is a great joker. The jury gave Berry Simpson a life sentence for conspiracy to mur der in tho Stearns riot, and tho judge added 10 years to it for failure to obey his injunctions. Mr. Simpson is, however, better oft than Mr. Curt Jett, who has two life sentences assessed President Cantrill, of the Kentucky against him. branch of the American Society of According to Commissioner C. W. Equity, has named his committee to Bur- Bell there are 523,935 life insurance confer with representatives of tho ley Society at Lexington in re policies in force in Kentucky, insuring to the amount of $233,080,024.06 in 46 rard to the differences between the foreign companies which paid taxes to two organizations. the State of $156,414 31. This is alA Night Rider's Raid. most as much as Gov. Willson spent on Tho worst night riders are calomel, his army to put dorn the night riders. croton oil or aloes pills. They raid Federal Judge Cochran years I couldn't rideahorso without being in tortue from piles," writes L. S. Napier, of Ruglesa, Ky., "when all doctors nnd other remedies failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured mo." Infallible for Piles, Burns, EcScalds, Cuts, Bolls, Fever-Sore- s, zema, Salt Uheum, Corns, 25c. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. THE Ffl JULY 21, 22, 23ri, Our Ice CoM Sxln Water with Jersey Cream nnd Fino Fruit Flavor. WVWeVW PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Hanford, Kentucky. Preserving Bellies, i Examiner Tiiatciier is stirring up the mountain officials, nearly all of whom he finds have withheld money from the State. Of course it was an oversight on .their part. They certainly wouldn't intentionally withhold money from a State which needs it so bad under republican mismanagement. your bed to rob you of rest. Not so with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They nover distress or inconvenience, but always cleanso the system, curing Colds, Hoadauhe, Constipation and Malaria, 25c at Penny's Drug Store. al Dressed in a Light Two-Piec- e Mason Jars. Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined ! HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT, Silk Shirt, Hanan Patent Oxfords. Handkerchief, Tops. You Will Need Them. " ' k- The of Kentucky continues to urge the public to use safety matches instead If Harry Thaw did threaten to kill With the exception of the unsafe kind. of drawing his sal Evelyn when he got out of the asylum, comary, this after all the lies she swore for him, he mitted byis athe wisest act ever Kentucky ought to be kept in confinement the Glasgow Times. rest of his life, if there is no way to strangle him to death. Delay in taking Foley's Kidney Remedy If you have backache, kidney They say that there is an open or bladder trouble, fastens tho disease breach between tariff thieves, Aldrlch upon you and makes a cure more dltll- and Payne. What is that about when cult. Commence taking Foley's Kid thieves fall outlhonest men get their ney Remedy y and you will soon dues T There is still hope for them be well. Why risk a serious malady? if the row keeps up. Stanford Drug Co. The president of tho coffin trust was Barney Oldfield, the driver of aukilled in an automobile accident at Uti-ctomobile racing cars, was knocked down N. Y. Ho will now have to take at Chicago by a motor car as he was his own medicine or be cremated. crossing the street. Don Carlos, the pretender to the A tickling or dry cough can bo Spanish throne, is dead, but the crop of quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's pretenders springs eternal in the effete Cough Remedy, No opium, no chlonations ruled by monarchies. roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. HorKiNSViLLE has had two murders Sold by Penny's Drug Store. in a week. She Is evidently trying for Hon. Edgar B. Hager Is a probable the pennant. eindidatefor the democratic nomina tion for Congreu In the Ninth district. Joseph Dei, of Covington, will be a m si s camttttate for the democratic boI-mMTry some of W Ilk i wen & Skeleton's for State Awtttar. couatry killed beef, perk and Mutton. to-dam a, m -- We can Furnish Them. T -I Tie and Socks that Match, a New W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Styled Collar and a Suit of Athletic Underwear. sadPW MeceiveHAFresfi lot. Top it All Off With On Display at a Neat Straw Hat. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Get Some For Fair Bfea J Sandwiches at nnis'. i-A- Peanut Butter obo. jrasrmatu&'V -- r '.1t.3S i'iwSIwK" KAlKy i r n f t r 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 papers needles for 5c; Wash Suits and Skirts at 4 OFF THE PRICE; 10c Dress Ginghams 5c; Men's, Women's and 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- J 1-- hundreds of other articles. SEVERANCE r " & SON. STANFORD KY. L. H. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Martin The Interior Journal. BTAJJFono, Ky., - Jri.v 83, 1900 Speciau Joan of Arc 10 cent clRar wo will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only l'enny's Drug Store. D cents strnlRht. I. f ' ' PERSONALS. Don't fail to ccc our Oxfords before buying. Wc have tlio lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in PatDowner. Jr., is over from Jons We go to presi a day earlier than The MeKlntipy Coal fc Feed Co.. I. now LinnEY cut glass at Mueller's. ent", Tnii-- , Vicis, Oxfords, &c. Plnrlnnntl. usual so that all hands and tho devil prepared lit supply the iieople I,with nny Miss Mary Grimes is threatened Kniilnolronlnml nny kind of eon thu Everything for fair dinners at Kar can take in tho fair. vltlepeelnll) tnk notice to the low with fever. price, tlioie who will buy cuul lor vvlient ris', Special was nt Crab thrashing, prli.es per MR. W. II. Mueller rnnelnR from George Lunsford, of Turnersville, K'to HV, thru conl.buihpl. nil kooiI, from nre Novelties in neckwear. Cummins is olTering great bargains in dry goods, inliH' ontlio L..1: X. Unllway, Orchard Tuesday. K.O. CJOOCH.Mgr. Mr. Sam C. Lackey, of Harrodsburfr, & Wcaren. clothing, shoes and groceries. Call and was hero this week. see. The hop at WaHon's Opera House toTYPEWRITERS FOR SALE! Miss Mary McKouerts, of Danville, night promises to bo a swell aiTair. The Chautauquas which are being I i with friends here. I lime on hnmlnt Hugh) a. Mnrtln t Co' held throughout tho State ore receiving tore In Htimloril Mrs. M. A. Phelps, of Madison, is in Warner's tperlter. of rarlou. Doesn't that bath-roogreat praise and arousing much enthus- kinds, mcli an the Monarch. I.. V. Hnilth, with Mrs. It. C. Hockcr. window remind you that you nccdono? Fox, Oliver. Hemlngton, iasm. etc., thoroughly rebuilt hnd n Koodno new, Miss Mary Chestnut is the guest of ry cheap. Alio fell which I will aril Prices on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. Miss Mario Mnhony. Anderson's Comedians nre showing Inniul Will iblp nny where on trial. Call eu them. Wcaren. 20 PER CENT. OFF on all Children's Slippers. You will Miss Mildred CosnY, of Danville, ii See our windows. Cummins to good crowds each night in their tent M. A.JOIINHON.KInnford.Ky. with Miss Heule Hill. find our prices on everything eta in proportion to thcce. first day of August is the last on West Main Street. Admission only The Jesse Hocker, Jr , returned yester day for filing dirt road claims. Geo. H 10 cents. ! from Kansas City. day Cooper, county clerk. Lexington Foil Rent. Suite of rooms in Odd I denlre to ell prhntely my farm of 87 Miss I'atsy Prewitt. of Taxes. -- Tho tax books for 1900 are Fellows' building just vacated by Hun. ncre.ln Lincoln county, teren mlln from is visiting friends here. HtantoriliiiHl two miles from .MajwooU, on Mrs. Forest Johnson, of Danville now ready. Come in and get your re- J. N. Saunders. Also store-rooroad '4 mile from pike. In gooil in that to church, rural route ami ', I building. Ed Wilkinson. with Mrs. Vic Owens. ceipt. T. J. Hill, sherilL IjhhI all ery mile from Livingston, U farm In ura, balance In cultiMRS. C. H. Kick, of ii vation, under kooiI I'omfnrtablo STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The hustling spirit of Tulia and bou.eof alllx riKima.new fence. and all other Rough lumber; oak, popFor Sale. with Mrs. William Fields. burn outbuldliiK Miundnnceof tine water and Hurns, of Rich lar, chestnut, beech and elm. U. G. Swisher county is given forceful Miss Gertrude ali kinds. in tho Tulia Commercial Club, fruit of liruncr, Waynesburg, Ky. J.T. LtVINf.HTON. mond. is with Mis Bettlo Perry . It. K. V. No. 1. Stanford, Ky. of which Mr. James Frye is tho courteMr. P. E. Kemp, of Anniston, Ala., Season tickets for tho Chautauqua ous, loyal, efficient secretary. Tulia, hero with relatives ycitorday. VIA Assembly arc on salo at Shugars & Texai, 1 arm and Ranch. of Miss Antoinette Grinstead, Tanner's drug store. Price, SI. Veriiil!es. is with her sisters hero. President Harris, Secretary Cum Thomas Haluwin, of Hichmond, is The Theatorium has reduced its mP mins and his two assistants, Walter mission price to Cc. Two big reels and Saunders and Dr. Pennington, aro dowith his sister. Mrs W. H. bhanks. an illustrated song for only a nickel. ClIAKUF. E. Hollos, of Lebanon, ing all in their power to make tho fair mlni?linir with his many friends here Those owing Dr. L It. Cook will a success and right well arc they suc Miss Lala Kookii Nuckols, of Crab greatly oblige him by calling and sett- ceeding. Three cheers for tho splendid Drrhanl. is with Miss Mario Mahony ling with Mr.John II. Shanks at as early organization. Miss Hattie Hice, of Danville, is a date as possible. Tho doctor is too ill 19tH. There aro a few shares of tho stock (he Puest of Miss Mary C. McKInncy to call on those who one him. in the Odd Fellows Hall Association not W. Walter, wife and son, cf W. Kingsvllle. were at tho fair yesterday. Attend tho Russell county fair at yet subscribed for. This stock is nonP M. II. CoLUNS, of Memphis, ii Russell Springs, Ky., August 3, 4, 5 taxable, 5 per cent, interest being Mrs. S. M. Ow- and C, 1909, and enjoy yourself for four guaranteed and shares in the dividends; the guest of her sister, Mrs it b vfe tJtv big days. JGOO thoroughbred running interest and dividends payable ens. carSee A. C. Sine. 2t. of races and other premiums in proporMian Runic ItllSSELL. SlOUFFEK. NEW YORK Every d.y. round trip, all tail. $2800. II up-to-d- ate Vis Norfolk snd O. D. S. Co. $30.00. Hichmond, is visiting Miss Cora Nun- - tion. Address It. G. Woods, Russell The Lodies Aid Society of tho Chris-tia- n Springs, Ky., for catalogue. Going Rsil and Ocean; Reluming River, Lake and Rail$32.15a nclley. church presented to Mrs. E. C. of - mm BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lake, Sound and Rail Mr J. S. Fields, of Pickens. W. A Washington that Walton a set of tho handsomest spoons dispatch snjs through New York, with stopovers $37.35. Va., is with his brother, Mr. W. M. Mr. Lewis Walker, cf Lancaster, is we have seen in many a day. Such OLD POINT COMFORT-Tues- day July 27. and Saturday, Aug. 21. Fields. slated to succeed Mr. J. H. Tinsley, of manifestation of good feeling is sincereFifteen Days Limit $12.50. M!2SE3 Lois and Gladys Kendrick, ly appreciated by the writer, who will Very cheap rales lo Atlantic City and all Seaihoie Rcsorli, on Sale Daily. W. Barbourvill", n District Attorney. This of Georgetown, arc ith Mrs. J. K. B. MAHOftY will bo satisfactory to us if Hon. George cherish the thought of the gift long af Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia, on Sale Daily. Ireland. Davison, of this place, is permitted ter many of the unpleasant episodes of ToFor full information call on or address GEO. W. BARNEY. D. P. A., Cormney, of Lancas- - M. Miss Myrtle newspaper business arc forgotten. of Assistant District the Ticket office Phoenix Hotel. Lexington, Ky. .... tr. .! (hncuest of Mrs. Lula Allen to retain tho ofllcounless. v. Attorney and not To Mammoth Cave. -- Lincoln county Cormnev. of Henry Khill and Mrs. Grimm, of Miss Roiierta O'Bannon entertain- excursion to Mammoth Cavo July 29th, All aro with Mrs. Fred Hau- - ed very delightfully Monday afternoon only $9 85 the round-trip- . This includes from 4 to C in honor of her guest. Miss railroad fare, board at the hotel and minn. Jr. LightMiaa i.rwi HF.rK. of McKinncv. is Ruth Putnam, of Richmond. Somo '25 admission to the several routes of the tho guest of Miss Anna Chancellor dur young1 ladies wcro present and enjoyed cave, going on regular train. Same to tho fullest extent tho hospitality of rate applies from all stations in the Life. Live lie thn fnlr. Miss Maude Carter will teach In tho fair hostess. The homo was tasti- county. Via Lebanon Junction. One the School for the Deaf at Morganton, ly decorated with palms and potted night for promenado and dance. See Tho College of Liberal arts Hamilton College for N. C... next vear. plants and delightful ices and cakes L. & N. agent. Women, ami tho College of law. Rev. H. W. Carpenter and brido were served. Mis O'Bannon was gownThe following resolutions wcro adopt Three campuics embracing 23 acres. are spending a few days with her moth' ed In a becoming creation of lavender ed by the Republicans of the 18th Sen Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. Drinnlng Springs. and Nun's veiling. Miss Putnam wore cr at atorial District, in convention at A faculty of 50 chosen from tho best universities of America and Europe. disMiss Mattie Mae Alverson, of a dress of green messaline. on Monday, last: First, we Standardized elective courses leading to tho degrees of A. U. B., S., A. to bo with Richmond, will arrive M., and L. L. Ii. Tobacco approve the call for this convention. The Miss Lucy Leo Walton. New Science Building recently erected at a cost of 860,000. Mint iilanche Kuiin: of Forestvillo. Company has been incorporated at Lex- 2nd, wo heartily endorse the Republican Students now in nttendanco from 25 States and 6 foreign countries. spending tho Summerwith Misses ington with J. It. Cunningham, presi- National and State Administrations. O., is Moral Influences, cultural environment, scholarly ideals' rcasonablo exdent; I. N. Vnughan, vice president, 3rd, we earnestly endorse tho County Pearl and Grace r leius. Unit Bill as offered in the last Legislapenses. Miss May Traylor has returned and G. F. Vaughan, secretary and treasThe session begins Sept. 13, 1900. Write for catalogue Lexington, Ky. visit to her uncle, Mr. G. urer, nil of Virginia. The company ture, and urge its passage at the com homo after a will build a large warehouse and do a ing Bession. 4th, we approve of the The Htnte University, Lexington, Ky., or T. Ashlock, at McKinney. A. M., Ph. D. Pres. Republican platforms adopted by the fers the following courses, namely, Agricul- RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, Mrs. L. E. Carpenter, of Williams-por- t, rcdrylng business on a large scale. The last two tural, Mechaulcul Krik'llleerlnK, Ol Wl Engi State conventions. neering, r.ieciriroi engineering, tuning guest of her parents, plant will cost about $50,000 and is con LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Pa., is the Kuglueerlng.Olassloal and seven Hclentino tracted to bo complete by about Oct, 1 cour.es, each of which extends over four Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefce. REPunucAN Mass Convention. At years and lewis to a Hachelor's degree; also A. K. Anderson rodo his good walk. Tho Vaughans are nephews of the wri a meeting of the Republican Executive n Department of Department of Kuucaiion, wnicii insi nas Men established Ing horse downtfrom lirodhead yester ter and have frequently visited here. Committee of Lincoln county Hohool. duly and Instead of the Normal prepare Persons who experienced tobacco men and They are this department foradvaucetl day, and wonlin the walking ring. regularly held on the 17th day of July, enter In iiedagogy and are granted u work degree in this subject when completMessrs. W. P. Walton and G.Frank regard Lexington as the coming tobac- 1909, it was ordered and a call is hereby ed. The Academy for preparatory instrucVaughan and William and Owsley Wal. co market of tho world. made for a mass convention of the re- tion Is retained. County appointees receive free tuition, ton, of Lexington, will lo at the fair privilege of resldeiito In Delightful Occasion. Hon. J. M. publicans of Lincoln county to be held fuel and Unlit, traveling the dormitories, exbenses. If thev Ky., in the city of Stanford, Ky., at the remain 10 consecutive months,or one collegAlverson entertained some 30 of his Mbs. J. Caiivhb Jones and Miss friends at an elegant dinner at the St. court house on Saturday, Aug. 21, 1909, iate year. The laboratories and museum nre large, Mgr. Tauline Jones,, of Kansas City, aro Asaph Hotel Tuesday evening in honor at 1:30 r. u,, for the purpose of nomi well o,ulppe4, eouiprehenslv e and modern. guests of the family of Mr. W. P. oiuimrr nviunoe is iuiiy uroviueu lor ui re of Miss Elizabeth Allen, of Millersburg, nating candidates for county offices to uulrixl byl'oimress. Grimes. The graduates Miss Sallio Taylor Woods. bo voted for at tho coming November stuuy reauuy nun In the several courses of employment witu liberal Judge J. W. Alcorn, who was op. who is with remuneration. The total number of maIndianapolis somo threo It was a courso dinner and it was beau election. eratedon in triculates for last year wus l.Ws. Kach detifully served. Three large tables were All persons desiring to bo candidates partment hits a specialist at Its head, with weeks ago, Is doing splendidly and he B. tastily decorated with ferns and cut are required to notify in writing on or the necessary number of usslitauia. Young women llnd an excellent uouiu, bo homo in ojfew days. will Hughes have as (lowers and ut them an hour or so was before Aug. 11, 1909, tho Becretary or with board and lodging. In latterson Hall, Mk. and Mrs. L. It. which Is well eUlpHil with all the modern most enjoyably spent. After the sump- chairman of tho County Executive bathroom, ball for their guests Misses Mattie Sparks and tuous repast, which included almost Committee. In the event thero is only conveniences,per wtek. All courses phslcal culture, at U ol study Mako your homo us modern for your family as a city Mil. FAItMEK: In the University are oieu to women on Marguerite Lovelland Messrs. F. La Identical Mt. Vornon. everything good to cat one could think one candidate for an office, who has males. conditions with those applying to residence, and Jhco yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotation and James Thompson, of of, the merry crowd of young folks re- given notice as is hereby required, then The completion of the Agricultural. Min- at any time. This can bo accomplished by menus of our telephone, bervico, Mit. and Mrs. S. II. Aldridge, of Educato Walton's Opera House, where such candidate shall be declared the ing Kuglneerlug. laboratory andcuminoU-lou- a which you and your ueighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tion buildings afford uinple and and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. paired Hyattsville, office by the Executive quarters for theso departments, which tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest oflico or write direct to aro the guests Mr. Alvoraon continued his hospitality nomineo for said Boslcy, of Nicholasvllle are rapidly increasing In the number of magiving a swell dance. It was a most Committee. triculates. headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Far of Mr. and Mrs. Will Stone during the by for catalogues, methods of obtaining apAt said mass convention the system pointments, Information regarding courses mors' Lino" rate. If you aro not at present enjoying telephouo service, wo occasion and those who were forhappy fair. returned tunate enough to be present are loud in of voting shall be of study and terms of admission, apply to Mr. E. P. Owsley and wife can Immediately interest you. Our liues cover (he States of Kentucky, . J AS. K. Patthuson, I'h.D,, LL. 1) l'res., Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern iortioii of Indiana and Witness our bands thU l7tb day of to Columbus. Ga., Tuesday. Miss Mat-- their praise of Mr. Alverson as an enor to D.O. Kuaxkk, Uaslness Agent. rwaiAtf U stMsdintr a lew ti... R. L. Davison, Chm'n. tertainer and a dupeeter of genuine July, 1909. Put-aaEAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. llliuou. wMks with her aunt, Mr. It. S. G. D. Flokbncc, Sc'y. hoafkaHty. FU Term Bttfns Sept. 9, '0?. (fMCOnrOsUTCll) in UUbob. s s, Fred Garnett Is up from Cave City Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Try a week nt Crab Orchard Springs Dr. L. Ii. Cook continues about the Farmer. after tho fair is over. 'Twill help yon. sntno. Wedding and graduating presents of Miss IIeixk Denny is with Garrard quality at Mueller's. NOTICE! relatives. Misses Alice and Rose Alcorn, Don't fail to attend tho Chautauqua Tim. hnv Inir cIkIiiik ngnlnst the pitnte of who have been teaching at Cave Assembly at Stanford, Aug. 3 to 8 .Mr,.MInervii.iblmlll il present tliem Spring, Ga., and Vancouver, Wash., properly proven to me by AUK. a), llvi. respectively, arrived Tuesday night for Illcn Aim Conn, Ex. "or., DnnTllle, Ky. Lancaster Fair next week and Danthe Summer. ville fair tho week following. There's NOTICEI a good timo ahead. LOCALS. Very Low Prices! $3.50 Oxford. $2.69 2.29 1.98 1.19 ( 3.00 Oxford 2.50 Oxford 1.50 Oxford 1.25 Oxford Hiiiltli-I'ruinle- r, mm 1.05 Small Farm For Sale school-houx- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, . Dinwiddie & SUMMER RATES Co., ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY, AUG. Hustonville, Ky. semi-annnall- m ry an goods. Undertakers and Embafmers. We $16 ROUND-TRI- $16 line INSURANCE. bacco Barns, Hemp, Kinds Farm Insures Tobacco, Property, Everything, 1798 Everywhere. ning, Fire, Tornado, Stock, Health TraDsiilvaoia UpiVeiti) 1909 Continuing y Vaughan-Cunningha- and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without count. The Kentucky University. State University, llncu-vlor- 'a H. B. NORTHCOTT, to-da- y. Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Thurman Tudor, H. NORTHCOTT. Stanford ft URAL TELEPHONES. viva-voc- e, if'W ""lini I Tcterr' iff. IpSW? -- V drug the Stomach, or stimuHeart or Kidneys. That Is Lincoln Circuit Court. The War Department paid $94,418 It Is tho weak nerves that are for artificial limbs last year. out for help. Vitalize these e al Stanford a The railroads of this county pay out weak Insido controlling nerves with Prank Hpoonamore nnd etc.. Plaintiffs, vs JMmrf in On Hettle Hpoonamorc and etc.. Defendants, mend-clo- u $24,000,000 a year in freight claims. matUr. All Summer good., must Iks mild nt Cot. Wo nro overcrowded nnd mutt Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and see how I'ursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln term. Six out of seven pictures sent to the quickly good health will como to you Circuit Court rendered at lis May unuer- - mnko room for our Fnll stock of new, fresh goods. Noto the prices: 1M)ii, in in nuovn styieti action, in Koyal Academy every year are reject- again. Test It and scol Sold by PenIgneu mailer commissioner, win, on Men' Suits ttcro Selling nt 822 50 now S14 48 MONDAY AUdUHT PTH ed. ny's Drugstore. No.H.HOUth.lliMr. M. at 1 o'clock, r. M., In front of Ilia court home Men' Suit wero Selling nt S18 00 now 12 08 A N. There were 15 executions of criminals No.,Houttl,ll door In the city of mnnfonl, LlncolnCounty No.jl,North.4:iA. . As tho result of a fight between Hay Ky., sell l pillule outcry to ine iiixnesi mm in Prussia in 1907. all but ono of them Men's Suit n'cro Selling nt 815 00 now 10 08 v. M. No. . North, of land herein tracts best wood and Jesse Jackson, colored, the after bidder the llireewnien wcr owiini ny No.n, 10117 a.m. men. described and Men's Suit wero Selling nt 812 50 now 8 08 No.JH.IiWr. . .. Hpoonnmom at the lima of his daughter of Kearny Price, John There is still pending in the English lentil. Men's Suits were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 48 n carpenter, was shot through the bow Tract No. 1. known as tho John K.Hpooun-mor- e RICE, Agent. JOS. 8. law courts a caso which was initiated home place containing about tfnncres, Men's Suit wero Selling nt 8 7 50 now els and perhaps fatally wounded at 4 48 in 1707. niinimni iiiuateu aooui ii nines irum being Imund-m-.mii Henderson. Ijudderar's Mill turnpike, the Nearly all of the 15,000 inhabitants of nn tim Nnrth liv said road and the James of I Pennies land, on the Houlli lir a dirt road Men's I.ow Shoe were Selling nt 81 00 now $.T 25 Marchncnkirchen, Saxony, are engaged ami v. II, inmnernr, onjno e ny Men's Low Slioei wero Selling nt &'! 50 now in violin making.. Mill road and W, II. Duddernr nnd 2 on the Knst by Oeorge Hammond's heirs Lincoln Circuit Court. - ..ti .iiuIi nit mtnfllr nt Um There are 30 different kinds of new Men's Low Shoes wero Selling nt 8!l 00 now nnd llrndy heirs. This land Is well Improv2 !I8 Ilimlwnre. DoIiir n good bust. roses for this year alone in England, ed. llnsf.story residence and all necescrlcnnd Invoice about li,YJ0. Itwison As directed tyn Judgment of the Lincoln np. will Men's Low Shoes, wero Selling nt 82 50 now 1 03 Circuit Court, rendered nt the May term. sary outliulldlngs. where rose culturo abounds. Tract No. containing 17 acres Iroodsand lllbealth. WW. in the action of J, M. Unit's adminisMill TurnKy. II poles, situated (1K0. I). HOPl'Klt. Htitnford, clTort made in Russia to form a trator, against 1. M. llruco.itc., the under- pike aliout 1 miles on lluddernr's An Lniliex' Ivow Shoes wet o Selling nt 8!) 50 now from Htaufnrdand bound '82 .'18 signed wlll.nl ntxiut I r. v. on tit and described ns follows i Beginning al a gigantic steel corporation, on the lines MONDAY, Al'().WTll,lKi, and Kllluli Hpooun-morLadies' Low Shoes were Selling nt 8tt 00 now 2 10 County Court Day, In front of the Court stone comer to tl. M. M poles isilnks to a K thence, N i of the one existing in this country, has llousedoorln Htnuford, Ky otTer for ante Mill turnpike, of 1 Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 50 now 08 nt public outcry to the highest nnd lxat stake in centerwithDudderar's 71 K M poles failed. same N bidder, n n credit of (I months, first, th rond, theneo Surgeon Dentist, Indics'Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 00 now The Swiss Government spends more frame livery stnble nnd lot know n its theold thence NJJS ' IS poles IS links tun stale III l :i8 Christian chu ch lot in Htanfonl, Ky., center of lame at end of county road, thence to its H US 1 10 to stone Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling nt 81 50 now by the of T. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. money in proportion poor than population hounded on liy North Ht., the lot liy lot (). countyK SO polesand a corner on Knst side of to Mcl'henrson road Hotltli of any other Itnll, Knst for the relief of its n tract, thence H W Hit poles 17 links to to Ilnugh-ma- n Anderson Carr, West by lot of J, II. Straw lints, 81 50 Vnlue now 8 .03 stone on Knst side of said rond, corner Office over McRoberU' Drug Btoro In country. Co.. fronting about 111 feet on Klljnh Hpoonamorc, thence Nil W7S poles back nlxiut lla 1 38 Straw Hnts, 82 00 Vulue now The volcano of Stromboli has been Ht.,aud runningfeet wide to Mill feet, Kith to the beginning. IS the Owsley Building. Ht. Tract No. :i. containing the tract of lnnd owned by I, M. Ilruce waters of Uigau's Creek fif, acres on the known to emit flames persistently and Straw Hats, 8fl 00 Value now 2 21 N'glniilng at a lying between L.A N. It. U.nnd Htanford the cenlava oil the Kast by Clothes 2,000 and cinders spasmodically for over Crab Orchard pike, ImundedCounty buildingA gatoiHist Trior's line, thenco withlinks to a Straw Hats, 8!1 50 Vnluo now 2 08 When ter of the lane N.tl K7u polos IS belonging to Lincoln lot years. center of the lane, tlienco NXI4 tone In and savings association, on West by lot of K 6 poles the links ton stnknln lane, corner 15 .Have your"nieiiure taken by n tullor of ex- A Parisian antiquarian has paid 750,-00- 0 Mrs.M.C llurnslde. penence, meu jour ciumrii iuvin ,. w to lvpples.thencewllh Pepplrs line N iw The object of the. sate Is to satisfy the 9 a itnke. thence N price business lult or the nnest evening francs for the famous Marfels col- Judgment of W. H. IVnhnm for I'M) Willi In- 77 poles Jii link! to stake near the corner Kof poles It links to a clothes, will Unve that indlvldunllty and tit plnlnly Indicate they were made toe lection of watches mado in the Six- terest from Juno S, inn, to lx calculated nt Iwrn lot, thence N no W 101 twites 7 links tan which rests, the Judgment of M. J, H your measure. I will alio tnke your mens-ur- teenth and Seventeenth centuries. thenrn rent, from Jnn. stone. H. J. Knibrr's line, a stake hit) line to lIolTman for (Mwlth 8 corner for extra trousers, fancy vests, top 10, 1UV,, the lodgment of Mr. Unit's adminis?H W sa poles la links to Hiirlng and Mummer with coatsfand overcoats. South American woods were former- trator for ! with per cent, from (Vt. 1(1 W'lthers' in said Kmbry's line, thencepoles ft KY. inmpUi on hand ready for jour Inipectlon. nnd Prior line H 01 B IV 1H97, credited April ly used exclusively in the making of tho Judgment by II" paidWalton for Tim nnd the Withers lieglunlng. the II. O. mJI'LKY.TheTtillor, of W 1. It li links to threw tracts will lm sold separately These Htanford, Ky, fishing rods, but the material is now be- Interest from Sept. 1"W7, credited m llonds with $l!i pnldouenchof following dates, nnd on a credit of six months, be. ing largely supplied by Queensland. Oct. IS. in Oct. 1, V Oct. 1. lum, fo paid lwe. good security for the purchase price will the required of the purchasers, pa) able to IDHcpt. 11M Frogs may do some harm to fish in a 20, Ml Si. Ml. r 10. Wf. I1S..V Feb. II, Ml, (Intel tnninii.intiMP. lieArlm? leuaf Interest from FARM FOR SALE I May on ench of following m m, Nov. 15ML Hept. 1. Ml, Jan. 10, date of sale until paid, having lb" fore and The farm of lWncres, of nood blue gross pond, but German experts have decided Jun II. eneel of a judgment ana secumi iijr nun mi MoKlnney.on that this is outweighed by the good MMM Hept. 90, UV. $ Oct. 11 Vrt. land, lying one mile North of The shnres of The purchasers will ! required to give the land. will tint lie tiiild the four infant but shnll remain the btnnford pike. Improvement! and fencing cuoil; plenty of water and fruit. they do in destroying injurious insects. hands with good security for the purchase a lien on the Innd.heiirlng Interest until the payable to the commissioner, mile Iirlce. Alio 125 acres of timbered land oneplenty of nge, or me guaruian exeinfants Interest from date of sale until cutes the bond required liy section New York State has taken a practical Kait of McKlnney ; half under fence : ll of and of water and good tobneco land. Hee grow way of encouraging forestry. During paid, having the force lien. effect of n Judg- C',"C,H,,, is ment and secured liy J.A.GIVKNH.Agent, ngcrop. J.nPAXTON,M.O.L.C.C. J. 11. l'AXTON. M. O. I.. C. C. McKlnney. Ky. the past planting season more than 1,- N. naunders. Attorney for I'lalntllT. O. D. Florence. I.. It. Hughes, Attys. J. 000,000 seedlings were distributed at CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! cost throughout the State for planting. There was a time when Ohio was I can furnlih the public with the belt, ns well ai the freshest of cut flowers, plant of noted for its forest products; last year AlCklnds, bulbs, potted flowen, on short notice. Also moke a specialty of wreaths it yielded only 500,000 feet of the 40,- sH for lorjfunernl purposes. I hove nil In connection with the above, reasonable 256,154,000 feet of lumber cut in the nt klndt?of vegetables on hand country. Pennsylvania, which used to PrtCe,,0HltI8TMAN flHKKN 1IOUSKH, lead in this industry, now ranks as Kn HuiiiiAKD, I'hoii. Htanford, Ky. eighth among the States, Washington coming first and Louisiana second. IniuresiTobacco and Tobacco Japan's foreign trade fell off $56,250,-00- 0 in 190S, or 12 per cent. This is the Barns. worst record for six years (except in Nothing But Insurance 1904). In 1907 specie of the value of $500,000 entered the country, but in D. 190S it was the other way to the extent M The Insurance Man, of $200,000. When imports exceed ex STANFORD, KY. ports prices on the Japanese share marllcsldenco Phone !: OIHce, M. ket fall and vice versa. Insurejwith me ami be fully Camnitz is Factor in the Pirates' protected. Succuss. 8X8G8StZm They talk about Hans Wagner and Fred Clarke and Tommy Leach winning vt-. '""Vf' JrllUtiwi-UK- i the pennant for Pittsburg this year," -- so remarked a member of the Pirate team Fcifitrs, Tcllow, Beeswax. Ginsenrf. the other day. GciJca Sl, (Yellow Root), etc Wc are Dealers, and can do better lor you "Rot. than ejentj or commission merchanti. "You've got to ro further down the Reference, any Bank in Louisville. team's line-u- p to produce the real vKe ior weekly pnee lut and ship. kid that's propelling the PittsWefurnuhwoolbanslrec. burg bunch along toward the flag and a M.SAOEL&SONS, IM 1S60 whack at the world's championed coin. tlIUiHB LOUISVILLE, KY. IKOE.MirketSt. "Who is it? Nobody but that sturdy son of old Kentucky. Howard Camnitz. How do I figure it? Easiest thing in FINE FARM INiGARRARD COUN- the world. You'll remember the Pirates were right on the heels of the TY FOR SALE ! leaders at the closo of last season so A flno blue grass larm for sule situated on new pike near l'olut IjemeH nnd six milts close that if they had won that last ) acres, Sunday game south of Lancaster, containing at Chicago they would well located In good neighborhood, being part of the John Walker tract. wltlinhiinl have cinched the pennant then and Iliavojustnceivci. nenrof OLD HICKORY WAGONS, tho best seten-roosome now, residence thereon, with nil necessary outbulldlmisnnd there. wagon on the innrkct for tho money. Sec them before buying, ns iliero has good, new burn 40x80. Well watered, six game "And the reason why this one never falling sprlugi and creek running been a great improvement in their construction. through. turning point was mado , cnih in hnml.bnlnnce one nnd finish was the Camnitz wasn't ofin their Tkkmh. the that two years from day of sale, benrlng six per cent Interest until paid. game for quite a while during the hot I'ersoni looking for iticli place please write w. U. Walkkii, Ktunford. test part of the campaign. Tho fact or tee was that the little fellow broko training rules on one or more occasion, and so had to be disciplined; and during the infliction of this penalty several games Kentucky. Of were lost that should have been won, and would havo been easy for us had Camnitz been in the box. "This year there's nothing of tho kind on tap. Camnitz has been win ning with a regularity surpassed only by that with which Mathewson is downW. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, 3. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT ing the other fellows. He is fully J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. J. B. PAXTON, aware of the damage his transgressions H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER of last season wrought, and he's deterUndei tiKers and Embalm. HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. mined to make up for it this year and en. Also Dealers in FurDIRCOTORSl is moro than making good on his resoniture, Mattinga.Rugp. They lutions. J. It. Owsley, Stauford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford will exchange Furniture for "If wo get into the world's series btanlortl; YV. 11. (shanks, btantonl; i. V, Kun- John IS. this fall, first thanks must go to Camtil Kin Is of Stock. Give kin, Lancaster; J. H. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET: nitz, then to Wagner, Clarke, Leach, Gilberts Creek; II. L. Hubblo, Lancaster; W. TtemaCall. Prices Right. Willis and the rest. II. Cummins, Freachersville; Lilliurn NOKTIIIIOUNI). hoirriiiiouNi). Gooch. Gilbert Creek. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. 160,060 Years Ago. Leave Lire Leave Scientists havo found In a cavo In Somerset (1:00 rm 0:20 am Danville Switzerland bones of men, who lived Science- Hill 0:41 urn Junction City 0:08 nm 100,000 years ago, when life was In 1'uliiski 0:47 um Bon en . 0:13 nm constant danger from wild beasts. ToSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ii;18 ptu 0:57 am Moreland day tho danger, as shown by A. W, Ktibnnks ,.,, S) lirown. of Alexander, Ate., is largely Wayiieaburg ; 10:01 um McKinney 0:27 jmi from deadly disease. "If it had not Kiug'd Mountain 10:11 am South Fork G:!ift pm ORGANIZED IN 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. been for Dr. King's New Discovery, South Fork 10:17 am King's Mountain 0:11 pm which cured me, I could not have livSURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. 10:2G am Wayncsmirjj McKiniioy 0:48 pm ed," be writes, sutTerlung as I did HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 10:35 am Euhaiiks 6:55 pm from a iovero lung troublo and stub- Moreland ,.10.40 am Pulaski Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety 7:04 pm born cough." To euro Sore Lungs, Boweu Colds, obbtluuto Coughs, and prevent Junction City 10:4G am Science Hill .' 7:00 pm Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. Pneumonia, Its the best medicine on Arrivo in Duuvillo 10:57 am Arrivo at Somerset 7:10 pm earth, 60c and $1. Guaranteed by OPFICCM. DIRECTOR. .J Penny's Drug Store. Trial bottle free. F. Keid, . H. Uaughman, . S. Hocker, President;, Imtwlmer and The Interior Journal. Pott-Offic- Much la Little. Don't late tho wrong. crying Commissioner's Sale! CUT PRICES: n L.5N.TITCETHBLE ll. Stock ..- -. Merchandise for Sale. Commissioner's Sale! umi-dera- r'i A. S. PRICE, e, Iot 1 right-of-wa- y Hoc-nn- fe Ordering setnl-nnnu- ir 1 ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. The Guessing Contest on Our Increasing. Soap Window I I I Don't Miss It. I I I The Great I Jesse Wearen, DaMiUe Fair, Aug. 3, 4, 5 and 6. I W. H. HIGG1NS, I Stanford, Kentucky. kirMSsmau - Four Days of Pleasure and Entertain ment. Premium ListBest Ever Offered in this Section. two-stor- y Best Fair in Central Kentucky. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. KY. J,L,Beazley&Co., $3,500 Will be. Given Away in Cbc Lincoln eoumy national Bank Premiums and Purses. Stanford, Capital, Surplus, Special Resources, $5O,O0O.00 Excursion Rates on all Roads. Train to and From Somerset Each Day. 40,000.00 340,000.00 J. C. McClary, a$ FIRST NATIONAL BANK, S Undertaker. Waler In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY. OCm rfcoM.MT. Homo Phone I. The jury in the Ella G Ingles case re- turned a verdict of not guilty, at the same time exonerating Miss Agnes Barrett, whom Miss Glnglet accused of improper conduct. T. B. BRIGHT,Pres. I. M. DUNN.Sec. M D. lilmore, J. M. Peltu. 9. T. Harris, II. C. Biughraan, . V Cummins, , McKobirtJ, Cashier; John S. T. Harris, no. O. Robinson, II. C. Baughtaan, Ait. W. B, OBannon J. S. Hocker, WAV .Suaders, Bookkeeper, O.'E. Tale. t; Ch'r