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L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 11YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 27 1909 NO 43 THE FAIR A SUCCESS Good Crowds FineShow of Stock and Propitious Weather Everything Went Lovely and the I Goose Honked High The fourth annual exhibition of the Lincoln County Fair Association is a memory and a very pleasant one it is Notwithstanding the backwardness of the farmers in their work big crowds attended Thursday and Friday and tho association ought to bo able to declare not a small dividend However tho bills havo not all come in and tho officers can not state positively what they will do While at somo of tho other fairs their might have been a greater quantity or of stock certainly tho quality this year was the best In tho history of the association Tho mule rings were well filled with the best in tho country the a roadster premiums were hotly contest ed for and only one ring failed to fill Tho fair was a veritable feast for the lovers of good horse stock and a pleas uro to all It was a fine exhibition from first to last and tho gentlemen In charge have a right to feel good over thier success Following are tho awards of Thursday and Friday f JACKS JENNETS AND MULES 21 Jack any ego ago consideredA Burke Lillard prem 22 Jennet any age ago considered James Woods prem F Held cert 21 Mare mule two years old and under three Harris Woods prem and certCI 24 Horse mule twO years old and un der three- J II Baughman prcm and cert 25 Maro mulo three years old and- over Harris Woods prom and cert 26 Horse mule three years old and i overHarris Woods prcm and cert 27 Mulo any ago Harris Woods prem J II liaugh man curt 28 Pair mules any age regardless of sex or color Harris Woods prom J II Baugh map cert HORSES 29 Suckling colt either sex by Chester Peavlno Wesley Kmhry prem F Moore ccit Mack Wilkinson 3rd 30 Gelding four years old and over T C Elkin prem Robert Walker ccit 31 Filly colt under ens year old Mrs Uriah Dunn prem Jill Woods cert 32 Horse colt under ono year oldrW II Murphy prem J Kevin Car I tcr cert 33 Maro or gelding ono year old and under two A U Itansdall prom and cert 34 two old anti t under threejWray Iudder r prem W M Hugh a ccit 85 Stallion ono year old and under two W M Hughes prem W II Mur phy cert PONIES 36 Maro and colt maro 48 inches and underDidnt filli87 Stallion mare or gelding not over 62 inches show optional- M 2 Baughman Jr prem Hugh Reid Foster cert 38 iuny driven by boy or girl Hugh itch Foster prem J C Bal lard cert 39 Stallion three years old nod under tourWray Walker prom T II Smiley Co cert 40 Stallion four years old and over T II Smiley Co prem E T Doty cert 41 Mare or gelding any age v T 11 Smiley Co prem I C s James cert 42 Maro or guiding three years old end under four T C Elkin prom W M Hughe i cert 42b Rockaway mare or gelding any ageJ II Daughman prem Robt Walker cert 43 Stallion four years old and over T H Smiley Co prom E T Doty cert 44 Saddle stallion maro or gelding any age T II Smiley Co prem Wray Walker cert W M Hughes 3rd 45 Stallion two years old and under three T H Smiley Co prom and cert 46 Stallion one year old and under twoW M Hughoa prem W II Mur- phyt cert 47 Mare and colt colt at side either sex regardless of breeding W H Murphy prom James Woods cert 48 Stallion two years old and F three T H Smiley prem and cert ymV p 49 More four years old and over- T H Smiley Co prem W M Hughes cert ofCOLT STAKE CO colt either sex W II Murphy prem R C Hocker cert E S Powell 3rd 51 Walk trot and canter maro or ofgelding any age W M Hughes prem E T Doty cert 62 Mare or gelding any ngo I C James prom and cert 53 Pony ridden by boy or girl rider to bo over 12 years of ago Morgan Smith liaughman Jr prem Hugh Reid Foster cert C4 Fancy turnout under 54 inches decorations considered driven by boy girl Morgan Smith Banghman Jr prem Hugh Reid Foster certl- Ionscs 65 Stable four horses handled by one manT II Smiley Co prom W M ofHughes cert 56 Mare four years old and over I C James prem J C Bailey cert 57 gelding four years old and over a Charles Sandidge prem E T Doty cert 53 Fancy turnout single horse decoration stallions batted J M Alverson and Miss Elizabeth H prem John Owslcy Reid and Miss Ucrta Jean Penny cert 59 Stallion mare or gelding- W M Hughes prcm and cert CO Pair any ago regardless of sex of or ownership it R L Walker prcm and cert 61 Stallion any ItO W M Hughes prem E T Doty cert 62 Stallion maro or gelding my ogo T C Elkin prem I C James cert and third KINGLETS G W Edwards of tho East End was ring caller und ho made a good one is As usual S M Owens was ring mar shal and ho is one of the best in this section Cpl I AI Dunn was at the fair Friday telling em about tho Danville Fair which will bo pulled oft next weekMorgan Smith Oaughman Jr won three blue ties on his fine ponies lie certainly knows how to ride and drive themMr Robert L Elkin secretary of tho Lancaster Fair which begins tomorrow did some gooJ advertising at our fair Mr J M Alverson again won tho premium in the fancy turnout ring Ills was beautifully decorated by Miss Lena Hampton the florist Miss Elizabeth Allen rode with Mr Alvcrson W 0 Walker of this place turned down an offer of 2503 for his great stallion Cm roll Preston by Preston and out of This handsome fcllaw is only tree years but bids fair to defeat all comers regardless ofI before the season ends Kentucky Fair Dates Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283 days Winchester Aug 36 days Danville Aug 43 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 9C days Taylorsville Aug 104 days TriStato Fair Middlcsboro Aug 1 days Harrodaburg Aug 123 days Lawrenceburg Aug 17I days Pcrryvillo Aug 183 days Barbourvilto Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyvillo Aug 245 days Elizabcthtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nlcholasvillo Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept lr4 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 130 days If people with eympt sofkidney or bladder trouble could realize their danger thoy would without loss of tlmo commence taking Foloys Kidney Remedy This groat remedy stops tho pain and tho Irregularities strength ens and builds up tho organs and there Is no danger of Brights disease or other serious disorder Do not disregard tho early symptoms Stanford Drug Co Three men convicted of murder in Kentucky have been sentenced to im for life and 10 years moro for disobeying a court By the time they have served the additional 10 pears will probably realize that It doesnt pay to I noro a tionNew York Herald Pains of women head pulns or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablcts See full formula on 25o Dox Sold by Pen nys Drug Store Geoer jured in an automobile wreck at Lafay ette hade NEWS NOTES Lightning destroyed tho largo barn Bud Steward of Hardin county K G LonKobaugh of Glasgow hoe threo daughters named Ruby Pearl and Opal 50 McKee Bros of the Midway section Woodford are digging their 125 acre Irish potato crop and Dr James B Cowan aged 79 dropped dead of heart trouble in a drug store at Tullahoma Tenn William Grayson Jr of Stt Louis has bought of George Tebeau tho Lou on isville bane ball club for 50000 Harry Myers a member of a camp ing party from Latonio spending the week near High Bridge died suddenly there J Tho ceremony of laying tho corner stone for the new Masonic building at Little Rock Nicholas county will take place July 29 Fred G Jenkins who was assistant cashier of the Farmers National Bank Cynthiana committed suicide by shooting No motive is known At Lexington Judge Parker granted temporary injunction restraining the Council from adopting and tho Mayor from signing the proposed new water contractOfficers are unable to locate Dr W Nuttall former superintendent of tho Institute fer tho Feeble Minded who is charged with unlawfully detain- Ing a woman fly The Commercial Bank and Trust Co Louisville concluded a deal by which absorbs the Continental National Bank which loses its identity and goes out of business- A big brewery at Troy Ind is advertised for sale at public Auction having gone into bankruptcy on account of the prohibition wave which is sweeping over that State Col W B Haldeman has resigned as colonel of the First Kentucky Regi ment Judgo James P Gregory who lieutenant colonel will likely be np pointed to succeed him William Booth commander in chlef of the Salvation Army has started on another of his motor car crusades 18 through England lie has this time laid out n trip covering 1400 miles dur ng which ho will address 500 meetings Twelve hundred employee of the Standard Roller Bearings Company in West Philadelphia have struck for IheJ second time within n month strikers demand dismissal of certain foremen and 10 percent wage increase Tho plant is closed After saving her two children from burning to death and her homo from destruction by lire Mrs Noah Parks n resident of Callow y county blistered from head to foot notified her husband over tho telephone of what had occurred and she died as ho entered the houseWith tho vastly destructive results Wednesdays hurricane having been definitely reckoned in a large measure the people of tho stricken sections in Texas and Louisiana are beginning to recover from the first shock of the disaster and to turn their attention to the work of permanent restoration ThoI list of dead now numbers 41 and tho property loss is believed to bo In ex cess of 3000000 1Sees Mother Grow Young be hard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric hitters writes Mrs W L Qilpatrlck of Dan forth Mo Although past 70 she seems really to be growing young again She sulfured untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health They Invig I orato all vital organs cure Liver and Kidney troubles Induce sleep Impart strength andappetite Only COc at Pen nys Drug Store It is going tho rounds that Mr W P Walton former editor of tho State Journal will probably be appointed by Governor Willson to succeed Gen Percy Haley as a member of tho Board of Control We sincerely hope that this report is true for we know of no man in Kentucky that is more capable of filling tho office Central Record Tho cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet made is Dr Snoops I Health Collee It is fine In flavor I and U made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store IeJ L Byrd the shoe clerk who admitted that he was the man who killed Joseph Black in Memphis Tenn dur ing a quarrel will return to Memphis from Denver Col without extradition papersPrevoatlcathoso CanJy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an 1 quickly chock all colds and the Grip Try them once and seal 4825o old by Pennya Drug- Store 1 HUSTONVILLE Miss Ruth Culbcrtson of Covington- Is the guest of Mrs H R Comnitz The store of 0 B Haines at Sloans Valley was robbed Tuesday night ofI and a lot of shoes and clothing i After trailing about 50 miles Lairs bloodhounds ran down Charles Dike some of tho clothing and money was identified Ho was then arrested Rev and Mrs R EC Lawson are expected today from Springfield Ho will preach at tho Presbyterian church Thursday and Friday nights at 8 o clock and on Friday and Saturday mornings at 1030 Sunday morning there will bo communion services at which time Messrs A J Adams and M Newell will bo installed as dea consTho remorseless scythe of time en tered the happy home of Frank Vaughn Sunday night and clipped tho tender thread of hid beloved wifes life that her Christian spirit might ascend to slim Who gave it The stricken husband has the sympathy of tho entire community in his irreparable loss and the Christian church has lost a devout memoJ ber in the prime of life D H Cullen of Marion 0 is the guest of Evan Lyon and family Miss Alice Lyon is visiting friends in Dan ville William Boglo and wife of New Orleans have arrived for their sum mer vacation T K Bohon and fam of Mt Auburn III were with relatives hero Miss Anno Cook Huffman of Lexington is tho guest of Miss Mello Hopper Miss Lena Talbott of Paris is with Miss Angle Carpenter MATRIMONIAL Garfield Howard and Miss Virgie Laferer were married at J B Blan tons last week N E Butt and Miss Nannie May Taylor were made one at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman Sunday Omer A Brown and Miss Ethel Allen who were married at Phil Casey county on Juno 20 havo informed their friends of the happy event Aaron Lucas Jr of Letcher county eloped with Miss Laura Spangler aged 17 daughter of David Spongier and after being closely pursued by the parents of tho girl they succeeded in reaching tho homo of Lucas father Arch Lucas who married them as tho ceremony was completed the brides parents arrived and the happy couple were forgiven Tortured On A Horse For 10 years I couldnt rlden horse without being In tortuo from piles II writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Ducklcns Arnica Salvo mo Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Lolls FeverSores Ec zema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William G Marks aged 49 and a wellknown tailor is dead in Danville Alex Doty Jr has bought an interest in Currey Davisons store at Lancaster George W Millers steam laundry at Harrodaburg burned causing a 2001 lossThe National Bank of Middlcaborr has increased its capital stock fron 50000 to 100000 Everyone would be benefited by tak lug Foloys Orino Laxative for stomach 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 tires Why not try Foloys Orino Laxative today Stanford Drug Co were killed three fatally injuredand more than a score hurt when a Wabash passenger train plunged into the SC miles of Kansas City The wreck was caused by the track being undermined by tho high water 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 250 at Pennys Drug Store Mrs Elizabeth Dandridge the daughter of President Zachery and a former mistress of the Whit House died at Winchester Va after a brier illness aged 86 Mrs Dandridge was born near Louisville Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops chronic coughs that weaken theI constitution and develop Into con sumption but heals and strengthen tho lungs It affords comfort and re lief In tho worst cases of chronic bron chills asthma hay fever and lung trouble Stanford Drug Co Mrs Maria Rook an American aged 42 dropped dead on board the Red Star Line steamer Kroonland as the vessel was leaving Antwerp for New York fo- Dont MI- SSLancaster r Fair July 28 29 Eu 2500 IN CASU- PRIMIUMS Greatest Horse and Mule Show in Kentucky Balloon Ascensions Daily Midway 1Attractions of Every Kind Rate of one fure plus 25 cents for the roundtrip will apply each day from Louisville Corbin Paris and intermediate stations final limit Aug 1 COKBIN TO LANCASTER AND RETURN Lv Corbin 010 A M Lv LanCo18 er500 r jr London 640 Gilberts 509 Livingston 75 Rowlnuelli20l- ilt Vernon 742 Stanford 5271 nrodhead75 Crab Orchard552C- rab Orchard 807 Brodhead G03 Rowland827 Mt Vernon 020 Stanford Livingston 047 Gilberts 868 London 7 28 Ar Lancaster 007 A M Ar Corbin758 P sr- i LOUISVILLE TO LANCASTER AND RETURN Lv Louisville 7 00 A M Iv Lancaster5 00 v M Lebanon Jet810 Stanford5 27 Lebanon 9 24 Junction 5 45 Junction City 10 27 Lebnnon028Sta- nford 1047 Lebanon Jet728 Ar LanCllster112 A M Ar Louisyille8 p jr Music By111 V Michaels 5 Superb jffiani Band OF CINCINNATI OHIO Use Arnolds HaniMate Buggies r Tihero are plenty cheaper buggiea but there uro uono bettor Buggy 1 firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surre7414 sad up accord ing to the size Per set buggy stool tires bestjquality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined nt 810 Buggies recovered in leather and roliucd for 825 Rubber tires the best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear sad Keller at 814 Best Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trade R M ARNOLD I- J DANVILLE KY If c The Interior Journal L c WALTON IN Missouri a woman had her husband arrested for desertion when he swore that the womans constant nag ging had forced him to leave home In self defense In his decision the judge said that the man must be the boss of his own household and when a woman makes n nuisance of herself make her shut up that a woman loses all love and respect for a mollycoddle who resents nothing and everybody regards with derision a henpecked husband When women get to nagging the malady grows on them till it becomes a- Bort of second nature with them often fault finding mechanically and not maliciously The judgment was that tho man return to his home assert his rights put off that subdued look and all would be well Truly this judge is a Solomon and we henpecked husbands rise up and call him blessed It is the only consolation we have received in years Tim Williamsburg Times which is ed ited by a rockribbed republican makes a most terrific arraignment of his par tys mismanagement of affairs In Whit ley and its outrageous crimes against the ballot and the citizens which if made by a democrat would be regarded as prejudiced matter and denounced as i lies by republican orators We have r never read such an indictment Every crime in the catalogue Is charged and every offense enumerated What is true of Whitley is doubtless true of most counties in which the republicans are in power The republicans in Ken tucky are neither capable of self goy ernment or of governing others The democrat who assists such a piratical crew into power is fit only for strate gems and spoils and should neither be trusted nor shown any sort of recogni tion AFTER a careful perusal of Editor Beckhams caustic castigation of Col John H Whallen who has been sent out to invite the rural roosters to the Louisville barbecue we are satisfied that the colonel will not extend an invitation to the governor to be present Mr Watterson also doubtless feels a general soreness of his epidermis after the well directed licks that he deservedly got In the article which appears In the State Journal of Saturday and which furnishes mighty interesting reading which Mr Watterson will pre tend he doesnt peruse by ignoring Tie great editor can jump on to us small fry but when a man of his size or larger goes for him he isnt game at all WEDNESDAY was the 48th anniversa ry of the battles of Manassas and Bull Run The few survivors of that bloody conflict are old men now and soon there will be left none to tell the tale of car nags and bloodshed which long befor we were born shook the country from centre to circumference Our fathers horn was in hearing of the cannonad ing on that fearful day and we have aften heard the horrors and suspense of it graphically told by the mother who for many long years has slept beneath Virginias sod JOHN H WHALLEN is the committee on invitation to the Democratic Barbe cue at Louisville Aug 31 where bur goo and harmony are to be put on tapI When such traitors as Whallen are put forward by the democrats the harmeri ny seems of a variety not i the party Whallen is In politics for revenue only and ought not to be permitted in democratic camps He was one of the largest contributors to the Taft campaign fund in Louisville THATS a beautiful state of affairs at the Frankfort Institute for the Feeble Minded the superintendent charged with improper relations with a woman inmate The board of control acted promptly in the matter and turned the case over to the Commonwealths at torney for prosecution The offender was suspended as soon as charges were c made The mistake was in tho appointment u of a turncoat Such people can rarely be trusted LT Gov Cox in alleged to have said that Auditor James is not a candidate for governor He is for me If not for governor Mr James is for some thiug just as good He is not playing the strenuous game of politics for his health Having got a taste of the flesh pots the wiley statesman from Mercer with mild face and retiring air will J never be content again to dine on crusts and bones THE brilliant society editor of the State Journal says that what Frank f fort needs is men This Is pretty tough on the bipeds there but such an advertisement ought to dray the right kind there like a aUckinrc plaster and will when it is told that the city is full of pretty women not averse to matrimony if the suitor can present theIf proper credentials and has a big account Tile latest estimate places the cost of the Panama canal at 375000000 or several times the original estimate It begins to look like even the youngest inhabitant will not llve to see either the ditch completed or the work paid for o TUE meanest old tight wad has been disclosed in Illinois The mayor of Campbell who is a rich republican pol itician left his wallet on the cars It was found by the train boy and return ed The old fellow who would doubt less skin a flea for his hide and tallow gave the boy a dime and doubtless felt that the Lord would surely reward him for his generosity IT was stated authoritatively at At lanta that Gov Brown will veto the bill to prohibit the solo of nearbeer In Georgia if it is passed Gov Brown pledged himself before election to op pose any change In the existing liquor laws and he proposes to make good The temperance people extracted from Gov Brown the pledge PRINCE MIGUEL a pretender to the Portuguese throne has renounced his alleged rights forever In order to marry a rich American girl We dont blame him A bird in the hand is worth many in the bush Besides this isnt a good year for royal pretenders but the I crop of gullible girls grows galore I STAUNTON VA went dry Friday leaving Harrisonburg the only wet spot in the great Shenandoah valley The good time seems to be hastening when this country so far as intoxicat IIdryasTILE widespread enthusiasm for the income tax doubtless grows out of the fact that very few expect to be struck and they want the other fel lows to cough up CHURCH MATTERS Rev Homer W Carpenter preached at Shelbyville Sunday Eld W G Montgomery is conduct- Ing an interesting revival at the Mc Kinney Christian church- A bill has been offered in the Georgia Legislature demanding that separate onlstreetfarewell sermon at the Presbyterian church next Sunday and a great crowd will likely hear him The Brooks brothers have just closed a great meeting at Eminence Former Lieut Gov William P Thorne was one of the hundreds of converts Eld W G Montgomery closed a protracted meeting at Shiloh last week with 40 additions to the church This is the largest ingathering ever known In the history of the church Liberty NewsThe Jumbo Camp Meeting will con tinue over the first Sunday in August The meeting is increasing Largest crowd Sunday we ever had Dont fail to attend the remaining services Sec retaryRev H C Morrison left Monday for Desplalnes Ind to fill an engagement before making final arrangements for bee accompanied by Rev J L Piercy They expect to sail about the middle of August and to be absent about a year Jessamine Journal POLITICAL G A Roy has been nominated for Representative the republicans of JessamineA of night riders took William Farris from his home near Brownsville and whipped him Hon Charles L Searcy of Madison announced for the democratic nom nation for Representative William C Herron brother in law of President Taft is to be the candidate for the Democratic nomination for Vice Mayor of Cincinnati on the ticket head ed by Alfred M Cohen- Representative Helm intoduced In the House a bill appropriating 125000 for the erection of a postoffice building at Lawrenceburg The Government already owns a site there Mr Helm also introduced a bill to establish ana tional park at Perryville At an informal conference between President Cantrill of the Equity So iety and President LeBus and Exec tive Committeeman Ferguson of the Burley Socetyno agreement was reached on the demands made by the Equity Society President Cantriil offered to strike out the clause providing for a di vision of the revenues if the other provisions should be agreed to 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 Harry Thaw will be subjected to the severest test of his experience when ho takes the stand at White Plains N Y- In an effort to demonstrate his sanity 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 I A Safe and Sane League has been organized in Alabama to fight the move ment to secure a constitutional amendment for Statewide prohibition Owenton suffered a 60000 fire which started in the Holbrook block FOR SALE I houseiurBolotoutbuilding TtiU I very deilrnhlo rest dence propertyon Stanford street Crab Information ad dress H o KINO Hnsley Ala I NOTICE ofMrproperly proven to me by Aug ao Hnv IHrCIlAuu Onus ttxor Dnnvillo Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer Marble and Granite Monuments LawnVnsesnndKinney Ky CONCRETING IWe are In to do nil kinds ot con crating such RI flock Work Pavement ahouseyou promptly and guarantee nr tchul pricolbefurePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky 10 PER CT REDUCTION C B PRUITT Moreland Kentucky Mattinggive 10 per cent reduction Have some rare blrglnlIntobuyroderaGoodand wood folding bed crlbscotmattreues springs counches Davenports chairs suitcases grips trunks extension table glassashsuppliesHervlce0 D PHUITTMoreland K- yINSURANCI3 R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To Hemp1AllProperty Everything I Everywhere ning Fire Tornadot LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount DRIPPING SPRINGS- P O Crab Orchard Ky HpearFisher S D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 06 8T NFORDKENTUCKY MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No O lA A M will nice In tinted communication on ench nnt nm third Monday nights of each mouth at Itfi oclock In their hull on main itrcect Htiin ford Ky Member of sister lodge are frn tcrnally Invited to be present T W Ten nlngton M- eoMILL FOR RENT r Owing to lllliPnlth and wanting to laway from home sonic this summer I hav decided to runt my up to date Dlx Hive Roller Mill driven by wilier and team power Good location Mill In ant clas condition WTHAYMm nl I No 4 HUnford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo nil kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My wor will bto guaranteed and my prices uro red lonable Write me At or call me over the telephone through the llustonvllle Exchange WALIKB McKINNEY The MoKlnniy Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation and II ready to serve IduuyslilanketFlannelYarns work wool orexchango goods for It High est market price for wool OHWIliailT Pror Weak Women To weak and ailing women tbr L at team oo war to help that w r two treatments must be combined On Is lots ce U eocstitu lloniL but both an Imporuct both ualDr Shoop 1 Night Cur Is th Local- Dr Shoopi Rntoratlr the ConiUtstioaaL The former DrSboops lilfhtCure Ua topi n mucous ra n bnn rapposliorr rwaedr wall Dr ShoopilMUtranyeis wholly D tnt rusl treat mans The oraUn reacbea throaghoe1 h entire system seeking the repair ol au nary blood ailment- sTheNIZhlfasr ILI name Imp Its work while you liMP It soothe ora lid Inflam ed mucous surface heals local weakOMM and dUctiarge wall thu Itutoratlre eases oerrous excitement gives renewed Tliror and builds up wasted tissues brlncuur about renewed ShoopReltorato tksystsa For poslUrt local balp weal w1 Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE IRIGES c LI T- hadies CN Oxfordsf t REGARDLESS OF C olI-n II Order to Reduce the c r Stock l I crfil ttt+++++++++ ++++++ Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY I LRDJES- S J r i n 41 r 4r t Iit We are overstocked in Ladies Tan Low Shoes r all of them Fresh New this seasons goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps j 1 Ladies WALKOVER at 350 and ULTRAS j at 300 for this sale are 225 Our 1 350 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 185 We have a beautiful dull top large eyelet 200 Black Oxford in large sizes 4 to 8 to t close at 150 A lot of old styles in Ladies and Childrens at any price 4 i It I t 5 1 H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY c G L Penny R H Coffey E It Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP THY OUR Talcum Powders Sponge Hath Urutlic Toilet anti Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Ico Cold Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fino Fruit Flavors U PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky A Preserving Heltles Mason Jars Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined Tops You Will Need Them i t We can Furnish Them t t I f t- Yy W E Perkins Crab Orchard 1 BeJustReeiyeg4freshBrand lot p J J jf f Get Some For Fair t Sandwiches attr 1 Peanut Butter CEO FA RR15 3 P7LEXXE EZa 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 4 34c Lawns 3c Thread 4c spool 5 papers needles for 5c Wash Suits and Skirts at 14 OFF THE PRICE 10c Dress Ginghams 5c Mens Womens and Childrens Hose 4 pair for 25c 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on any article in our house and 25 to 50 per cent on hundreds of other artic- lesSEVERANCE i SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal I STANFORD KY JULY 27 1009 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will Bell on and Sundava only 1 6 cents straight Pennys Drug Store i PERSONALS MISS LENA PALMER went to Lancas ter Saturday LEe llurLEY camo over from Lexing ton to the fair UEV E E YOUNG went up to Deal I tyvillo Saturday ANDREW WADDLE was up from Som erset during the fair MRS HOSE ALEXANDER afOwenton is with Mrs W R Gaines Mi3 K9 ESTHER AND MARY BURCH spent a few days at Crab Orchard MR W LOGAN WOOD and wife ofI Danville visited her mother here Miss HETTIE MOORE of McKInney has returned homo from Louisville Ma VIRGIL IIOBIUTT and wife ofI Lebanon attended the fair Friday MR GROVER ANDRRSON of Mt Stcrl log was the truest of Mr Roil Woods I MR E S YOUNO of Corbin was the guest of Mr and Mrs A H Severance MISSES ALICE MAGGIE ANn SUE Ai KIN of Somerset are with friends here Miss JOSEPHINE HAYDEN of Paris Is visiting her grandmother and aunt here MISSES ANNA STAco and Bessie RlfTc of Huitonvillv are with Miss Maggie Stagg Mn11 A PLEASANTS and wife of Groom Texas are with Mrs Jessie StaR Miss MARY STAGO of Hustonvillc spent fair week with Miss Elizabeth Stagg Ma W I HAYDEN a good patron of the I J was up from Wayne county Friday MRS A A WARREN and Miss Virginia Warren returned to MIddlesboro Friday MRS En L DUDDERAR and handsome son of Birmingham are guests of rel atlves here Miss SOLA EADS of Monticello spent e last week with Miss Jewell Spoons more at Hubble Miss BESSIE TURLEY returned tot Richmond Saturday after a vliUtoMrs U M Newland JUDe J W ALCORM retumwl from dvIndianapolis Saturday very much improved In health THE Misses Bourne and Irene no- m nl of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs W K Warner MRS B 0 LEWIS of Burnalde la visiting the family of Mr J W Car son near Turnersvllle MR J A CARPENTER and daughter Mina Mary flops Carpenter of Perry vllle attended the fair MRS JAMES SCRIVNER and sons Jesse and Henry of Liberty Mo are with her brother John Ball MESDAMES RANEY and Lee Ra ney of West Arlington Md are visit Ing the family of Mr T D Raney TUB Richmond Register contained a rstrate picture ot Prof Leslie Anderson of this county In Its last Issue MRS B MIIco and children who have been the guests of Mrs G G Per n ry returned to Richmond Saturday MISSES MELLBHOPPER of Huston Tille and Ruth Culbertson of Coving ton were guests of the Misses Cooper MISSBB PATSY PREWITT and Berta Jean Penny spent Saturday at Crab s y Orchard Springs Mr Geo B Saufley accompaniedthemED whots connected with the Missouri Pacific at Denver Col is here with his mother and brothers His mother will return with him MRS S GIPOLUAM and daughter of Washington CltyIand Mrs Winter Wright and son of Lexington are vii itlng their mother Mrs M V Moore srtMcKInneyMR SPALDINO of Louisville who spent snveral days with his moth er at Crab Orchard Springs brought down u half dozen pretty little girls to the hop Thursday night MR THOMAS BELL and wife tho aged parents of MrlSam J Bell were his guests last week This splendid old pair celebrated the50th anniversary of of their marrlagelsome months ago MESSRS C F MONTGOMERY and i John Evans Jr of Liberty aftnded the fair Thursday The last named is j Secretary of the Casey County Fair which will be held at Liberty Aug 25 v1 26 27 bd r I LJ MRS MELVIN of Danville Is visiting her niece Mrs J W Ireland MR L B HILTON who has ap pendicitis Is progressing nicely FRED GARNETT has resumed his duties as night agent at the depot MRS CLEO BROWN of Mt Vernon was the guest of Mrs E J Brown MR W P KINCAID of Garrard J passed through to Lebanon Saturday Mn E JAY HOWENSTINE of Belle fontaine 0 Is here to see a mighty pretty girl- GEoRGE D HOPPER JR who hat been ill for several weeks will bo out In a few days MR AND MRS JAMES HOLLADAY of Columbia are visiting the family of C H and J M Carter MR CLEVELAND ROSE and handsome wife of ftlarksbury have been with J j C Eubanks and family MR W A COFFEY orders the L J sent to his son Chester Coftey who has located at Coosa Ga LITTLE Miss ELIZABETH PorE of Elmwood Place 0 Is with her rela five Mrs W S Denham MRS J T CUNNINGHAM and son Richard of Montlcello are with the family of W J Rankln MRS W W WADE of Corbin Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Naylor near Rowland MRS P E KEMP and children of Anniston Ala are with Miss Amanda Goggln and Lr T W Pennington JOHN F McCLURE of Yakima City Wash was the guest of his sister Mrs John C Gooch during the fair MRS JAS F HOLDAM was called to Muskogee Okla to the bedside of her brotherinlaw W M Morris who Is quite ill of typhoid fever Miss BERTA JEAN PENNY entertained a number of her friends Saturday even Ing at a Dutch Lunch which was greatly enjoyed by all who had the pleasure of being present LOCALS NOVELTIES in neckwear Cummins Wearen DOESNT that min Warners window remind you that you nccdone PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced See our windows Cummins Wearen THE first day of August is the tool day for filing dirt road claims Geo B Cooper county clerk o TASKS The tax books for 1909 are now ready Come in and Rot your re celptl J Hill sheriff FOR SALE Rough I tuberoak poplar chestnut beech and elm U G Bruner Wayncsburg Ky THE good Lancaster begins tomorrow and continues over Thurs day and Friday Join the crowd and goEVENTUALLY you will use either Rex or Economy coal from Denhams yards Why not begin now and save the dif ferenco T LOST a pocket book containing 350 and some notes Finder can keep the money if he will return tho rest John Cook barber r 0 SQUIRE WATT DUDDERAR of McKIn ney fell while working around the Murphy mill the other day and was painfully injured STSOLENA small rat terrier black dog female Shows age Has white spot on breast and forefeet one by nature gray around mouth Joe Lynn Coffey Turnersvllle ROBERTSON BRO 9having the rear of their store rooms remodeled and placed in readiness for the new depart ment shoes which will bo run by Geo D WeatherfordAdvocateTubas Cook will greatly oblige him by calling and sett ling with MrJohn H Shanks at as early- a date as possible The doctor is too ill to call on those who owe him REDUCED rates Kenton County Fair Erlanger Tickets will bo sold yin Queen Crescent Route Aug 18th to 21st inclusive good returning August 22nd at one fare plus 25c for tho round- trip i Tim young people enjoyed a swell dance at Waltons Opera House Thursday night Saxton Treats prchestra furnished the music and many of the belles and beaux of Stanford and the surrounding towns took part in trip ping the light fantastic u I CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer THE cash register In Cook Farmer barber shop was looted Saturday night and1270 stolen FOR RENT Suite I rooms in Odd Fellows building just vacated by lion N Saunders Also stororoom in that building Ed Wilkinson MRS J IRElAND very delightful ly entertained a number of her little friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her nieces Misses Lois and Glady Kendrick of Georgetown A LITTLE son was born to tho wife or Mr Bud Holderman last week but the little thing lived but a short while The parents have much sympathy in their loss The burial took place in Buflal cemetery Friday REDUCED rates to Scott County Fair Georgetown Tickets will be sold via Queen Crescent Route July 27th to 31st inclusive at one fare plus 25c fo for the round trip minimum rate 60c Tickets will be good returning ulltll Aug 1st To MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln count excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29th only 985 the roundtrip This Include railroad fare board at the hotel and admission to the several routes of the cave going on regular train Same rate applies from all stations in the county Via Lebanon Junction One night for promenade and dance See L N agent- GIVENSMiss 0 Belle Givens aged about 70 died at Hustonvillo Sunda morning and the remains were brough here and laid torest at 4 oclock yes tcrdav afternoon after brief services at the grave in Buffalo cemetery by her pastor Rev C R Blain Decease had been in feeble health for sometime having been a sufferer from stomach trouble for years She died at the home of Dr Edward Alcorn where he had lived since the death of his wife some IS years ago and was a mothe to his children She was a devout mom ber of tho Presbyterian church and an exceptionally good woman Miss Giv ens is survived by one sister Mrs Bet tie McKInney of this place and two brothers Messrs J A and R II Givens of the McKinney section Man hearts go out to them and others who loved her in their great loss REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION AI a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of Lincoln county duly and regularly held on the 17th day of July 1909 it was ordered and a call Is hereb made for a mass convention of the republicans of Lincoln county to be held In the city of Stanford Ky at thiB court house on Saturday Aug 21 1909 at 130 r DL for the purpose of noml noting candidates for county offices to be voted for at the coming November electionAll desiring to be candidate are required to notify in writing on or before Aug 11 1909 tho secretary or chairman of the County Executive Committee In the event there is only one candidate for an office who given notice as is hereby required thei- such candidate shall be declared thi nominee for said office by the Executive e CommitteeAt convention the system of voting shall be viva voce Witness our hands this 17th day 01 July 1909 R L DAVISON Chmn G D FLORENCE Secy IN the guessing contest conducted bj W H Higgins the grocery and hardware man Mrs M F Lawrence guess ed the exact number of cakes of soap 3888ln the National Capitol Mr Higgins window and won the pounds flour J Frank Smith guesser 3890 and got the lawn mower Mrs Pet Johnsons guess was 8879 and she got the carpet sweeper Mrs Law rences second guess was 3867 and she was awarded the box of Chase San borns coffee J B Sartin who guess od 3910 got the Robson razor T J Hill Jr thought there were 3865 cakes and drew tho ice cream freezer Mrs Pet Johnson guessed again 3947 and got 10 pounds of lard J B Cumenlach gacssod 3978 mdH G Lutes 3800 and tied They will have to divide the water set H G Lutes got the pair of scissors by guessing 3982 and A Potter the lamp The latter guessed 3985 W was 3988 which entitled him to the coffee pot There were thousands of guesses and much interest was mail fested PHILLIPS Duos of this place have contracted with Q R Jones for a con creto dam across Green river at his mill at MIddleburg and they will begin work on It soon TilE fellow arrestedfor prowling around the college and supposed to be a thief claimed that ho was there for the purpose of asking alms and was discharged BLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington Aug 9th to 14th Tickets will bo sold via Queen Crescent Route Aug 9th to 14th inclusive at one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip with return limit Aug 16- ATTEND the Russell county fair at Itussell Springs Ky August 3 4 5 and 6 1909 and enjoy yourself for four big days 600 thoroughbred running races and other premiums in propor tion Address R G Woods Russell Springs Ky for catalogue MODERN WOonuENOYASfERICA Deputies R D Spurgeon of Harrods burp and E L Grubbs of Junction City organized a camp at Stanford last week which will be installed on Wed nesday Aug 4 All members please be present E L Grubbs deputy ICARD OP THANKS With hearts full we desire to express our thanks to each and every ono so kind to us during the illness and after the death of our darling little one May God reward you is the prayer of father mother and sister Mr and Mrs James H Dalton DR G G PERRY has sold to Dr A S Price his home on Danville Avenue and three acres of land and to Dr D E Proctor of Anchorage the remainder of his place about 90 acres Dr Perry is undecided as to his future but tho many friends ho and his excellent wife have made during their stay here hope they will remain in Stanford WE suppose the election on the whis ky question is a certainty and it will be held in October if no cogs are slipped By the way the I J was urged to adIvocate the calling of an election later was Importuned to urge a post ponement of it It did neither The editor will vote his sentiments and he hopes the readers of this paper will do likewise HORRIBLE James Starns county surveyor and nnn of thn bentknown citizens of Pulaski county was shot to death at his home near Woodstock in the Eastern part of Pulaski county by his 16yearold son whom ho had cor rected Starns wan a candidate for as sessor before the republican primary in June last and came within a few votes of being nominated Miss LUCY LEE WALTON won the silk dress in the popularity contest con ducted by Andersons Comedians who played In a tent here last week The vote stood as follows The winner 9810 Miss Clara Cooper 6440 Miss Minnie Sine 5770 and Miss Margaret Warren 3330 Miss Lucy Lee is very thankful to those who voted for hers and worked in her behalf rON coming out of Cincinnati Sunday night a Winchester Negro on the excursion train from this place refused to give up his ticket to Conductor Lusk and the Jatter threatening to put him off was attacked by another Negro who cut him about the face in several places when Mr Lusk drew his pistol and killed him almost instantly It is said if the Negros knife had not been a bad one Mr Lusk would have been killed also 650 good business propo Epo10 per month for 25 months with 6 per cent interest to any one who will make a negotiable note This is a very handsome piano If not equal to any 600 Steinway or any 600 Knabe then you can have this beautiful piano for nothing I have bought three pianos from three firms seven church organs from five different firms I believe the Williams Organ apd Piano Company of Chicago the most reliable firm in America Come to the Methodist par nonage and see and try the piano T W Barker Tho Virginia Republican conventions will meet in Newport News Wednes day and will nominate its candidates before the Democrats choose their gub ernatorial standardbearer by the pri mary system on August 5 L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin 1 Very Low Prices I Dont fail to see our Oxfords before buying We have the lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford ill Pat ents Tans Vicis Oxfords ttc 350 Oxford Special 269 300 Oxford 229 250 Oxford 198 150 Oxford 119 125 Oxford 105 20 PER CENT OFF oil nil Childrens Slippers You will find our prices on everything else in proportion to these HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY SUMMER RATES VIA aheC CATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY AUG 19th 16 ROUNDTRIP 16 NEW YORKEverv 2800Via3000 Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake and Rail32l5 BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York with stopovers 3735 OLD POINT COMFORTTuesday July 27 and Saturday Aug 21 Fifteen Days Limit 1230 Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seaihore Resorts on Sale Daily Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia on Sale Daily For full information call on or addreu GEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Leiington Ky 1798 TransiJlVaDia UpiVtfjitiJ 1909 Continuing Kentucky Universityr The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment- A faculty of 56 chosen from the best universities of America and Europe Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of A IS IL S A liand 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 ex pensesThe session begins Sept 13 1900 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFELD A Mt Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal Branch House Stanford Ky Thurman Tudor Mgr H Ba NORTHCOTT Stanford RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special IFar mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wo can immediately interest Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee ippi Louisiana and the Southern portion or Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL CO IXCOHFOKATXV I 1uu The Interior Journal fnieredinthe PottOffice ol Stanford GI tttmddtut motor L at N TImE TABLE No il Houth 11IG PM No23 South IIlO A X No 14 North UfO A x No M North BT P X No 171047 A M No rs J40r x JOS S RICE Agent Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock at aro cerles and Hardware good bUll nee Will Invoice about tt00 lleaton 111 health OEO D HOPPER Stanford Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whethera low clothes win have lult that orIndio duality and nt which plainly Indicate they wore made to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coatsand overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready tor your Inspection HO RUPLK Y The Tailor- BtanfordKy FARM FOR SALE I r The farm of 140 acres of good blue grass land mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and lancing good of water fruit Also 15 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKinney holt under fence pleuty of water and good tobacco land Hee glOW ngcrop TAGIVKNSAEent t McKinney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best 01- well as the1 freshest of cut flowers plants of allklndi bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for forjfuneral purposes In connection with the above I have all kindsof vegetables on band at reasonable prices OIIitIBTMAN OilMEN HOUSES Ko lluiiiiAiin Inoc Stanford Ky InsurcoTobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office W- Insurejwith mo and be fully i protected YOUR HIDnl RtcswaxGinsengGoLcn are Detlers and can do better for than agents or commiuion rccrchanti Refrence eay Bank in Louurille Write for weekly rice list and ship firitags We lurouh wool1J11iS free M SABEL SONS rAHOD IN test 229 E Mirkel St LOUISVILLE KY FINE FARM INJGARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I A fine blue grass iiirm for sale situated on tke near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster OO acre well located In neighborhood being part of the John walker tract witha liana some new sevenroom residence thereon with all necessnryoutbulldn a and good never failingsprings and crewatereding through Tnnyu6 cash In hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per cent Interest until paid Persons looking for place o wrlto or see O WALKKU Stanford I JLBeazleyCoJ UndeitaKera and Embalm erAlso Dealers in Fur 1 niture MattingsRug They willexchange Furniture for All Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right It STANFORD KENTUCKY Je C McClary Fe Undertaker Embalmer andf Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY CMDet Phone 1ST Home Phoce II- ifI l FARMERS DEPARTMENT Anderson Carr had a good horse to die yesterday- JI M Eettus has several good broodmares for sale I FOR SALETwo hornless bulls black and red J E Bruce Stanford FOR SALE450 No 1 stock ewes extra good E T Pence Stanford W I Hayden of Wayne county sold to J P Ingram of Boyle a pblr of mules for 400 The Georgia peach crop the largest of any State In the South this yearI measured over 2000 carloads Dr H D Rodman of Shelbyvillc sold the registered Jersey cow Kings Sunbeam to J N Camden for 485 A good gentle family horse also buggy and harness for sale See Mrs Catherine McClary Stanford Clel Coleman engaged 40000 bushel of wheat some time since at 95c and 1 He Is now paying 110Harrodsburg HeraldStonewall Jackson Jr A T Tray lor Sons fine stallion will be at home next week for the benefit of the publicE Farra purchased at Dr H D Rodmans Jersey sale a well bred milk and butter cow Pretty Beldina for 100 Jessamine Journal Clarence LeBus president of the Burley Tobacco Society has rented a residence in Lexington in order to be in the center of the Burley district EWES FOR SALE600 ewes bought In Wayne and Russell counties No Wea tern ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky FOR SALE 125 stock ewes good ones Just a little extra good Call at my place and see them or write or tele phone me ut Yosemite Ky They are 1 to 5 years old Lincoln Wells Ike Gaither sold his fine mare Susie D by Todd to an Eastern man for 1800 She had a record of 223 and was the best twoyearold on the Lex ington trackHarrodsburg Herald The president of the National Tobacco Department of the American Society of Equity has called a meeting of the tobacco members of the society In Ken tucky Tennessee Indiana Ohio and Wisconsin at Bowling Green Aug 19 LANCASTER COURTA small crowd attended court at Lancaster yesterday and business generally was dull Less than 50 cattle were on the market Some good yearlings went as high as 4Jc Butcher stuff was slow at 2b to 3c Sheep Bold at 5 to 5l1 IN MEMORIAM On July 22nd the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs James Dalton and took from their midst their baby girl Esther Belle aged 10 She was a beautiful attractive and lovable little girl and to know her was to love her She was taken ill on Monday with ape icndicitis On Tuesday she was operated on as a last resort and on Thursday afternoon about two oclock her spirit departed from her little frail suf ering body to God who gave It She was a member of the Goshen church having confessed her faith In the Savior about a year ago The funeral services were conducted by Elds Liv ngston and F M Tinder Unbounded sympathy is felt for the parents little sister and aged grandmother May Ho Who doeth all things well console the broken hearted Murmur not nor repine but put your trust in Jesus and soon you will realize that your loss is her eternal gain We will miss her Tweet voice and tho patter of her little eet for they have ceased to tread the tormy path of life Loved ones gather up her playthings oh so deal and put away her little dresses in each fold mothers tear and wait praying God help you live so that you may spend eternity with her Our faith is often orely tried in this world but never in rain God hath given God hath taken Though it rends our hearts in twain He but sends his frowns upon us To give back his smiles again to Snee in the arms of Jesus Safe on his gentle breast There by his love overshadowed Sweetly Essies soul is at rest Let us toil nor heed our trials Life is not a flowery way Jesus trod the path before us He will keep us day by day When our hearts grow sad and heavy Wearied by the constant strife Let us think our pathway leadeth To the pearly gates of life- Oh how sweet the rest that walteth For the soldiers of the cross No more conflicts no more trials Rich rewards for every loss A former teacher A1 H Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found In a cave in Iwltzerland bones of men who lived 00000 years ago when life was In onstant danger from wild beasts Today tho danger as shown by A W Jrown of Alexander Me Is largely from deadly disease If It bad not teen for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not have livid be writes sufTcrinng as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To euro Sore Lungs olds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia Its the best medicine on earth 60o and 81 Guaranteed by ennya Drug Store Trial bottle free Dont drug the Stomach or sttnju late tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see bow quickly good health will come to you agalfi Test It and soot Sold by Pen nys Drug Store Three people were killed at Birch Creek Mich and four miraculously escaped injury when the automobile of Ole Erickson was struck at a grads crossing by a Chicago and Northwest ern passenger tra- inCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Al directed by n Judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt the Slay torn 1KW In the action of J M hails ndmlnU trntortiRBluit J MllrucoAo the undersigned will nt about IrKonMONDAY AtHl OT11 lIPS County Court Uny In front of tho Court Housedoor In Stanford Ky oiler for sale lit public outcry to tlio ulgheit and best bidder on n credit of 0 mouths II rat tin frall10 Itllble and lot known cube old Christian elm ch lot In Stanford Ky bounded on tho North by tho lot of T O Hull Knit by Ifepot Ht South by lot of Anderson Cnrr Welt by lot of J H laugh man A Co fronting about 111 feet on Depot about lid feet with rlRhtofwnylslcct wldo to Mill Ht See end the tract of land owned by I M llrtioc tIrablot belonging to Lincoln County building and tnvlugini oclntlonon West by lot of Mrs MI1 Iturnilde The object of the unto It to satisfy the Judgment of W K Denham for IXX with In term from June 110 If to bo calculated at nemlnnnunl rests the Judgment of M J Holtmnn for F1S5 with fl per rent from Jnn 10 1WH the Judgment of Mr hails admirals trator for JJM with Oper cent from Oct 18 Ist7 credited by SIT IIIII April 11 lStA and the Judgment ot W r Walton for trW with Interest from Kept 2J litCT credited ni ful lows 1 19 paId on onch of following dates Oct 15 W Oct I VJ Oct I luca r0 paid Heo at Xl IWKcpt 10 Vt lUO Feb II la IKJ10 May Si tay5 on each of following dates June II VI Nov 15lU Sept 1 tM Jan 10 Vz pit Sept Y0 lti 1M uct 21 llt he purchasers will be requIred to give bonds with Rood security for the purchase prIce payable to the commlsiloner bear Ing from date of sale until paId having the force and effect of II JUdg uont end secured n7lienj u M 0100-J N Saunders Attorney for Plaintiff NORTHBOUND Leave U21 am Science Hill U41 am Pulaski U47 am Eubauks U57 am Kings Mountain 10p am South am Horcland 1035am 10 l0 am amn Arrive in Danville 1057 ant Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court rs nettleSpNananturoundutpIlefendnntsPursuant Circuit Court rondvnxl at Its Mny term lieu In the slave styled notion the under signed muster will on MONDAY AUGUST STII Eta at 1 oclock v MI In front of tlio court house door In the city of Htnuford LliicolnCounty Ky sell nt public outcry to the highest njid bt st bidder the three tracts of land after described and which were owned by John 1 at the time of his dea111TrnetNoIknown ns the JolinHpooim moro hotiio place contnlntng nboutNOacres situated about 1r miles from Htnnford on the Duddernrs it111 turnpike belui bound ed on the North by said road and tiio James spies land on tile South by a dIrt road anti W HlIudderlr on the west by Dud deter9bllllroad anti W IL Duddernr and on tho Knit by Ueorge Hnmmondi heirs and Bend heirs Tats land ti well Improv eL HIII lItory resldvcce and all neces laryoutxuiidliiKi Tract No I ug47acres 11 l oleiitUttUdoii Mill Turn pile nbout I mllek from Stanford cud bound el and described ns follows Beginning nt n stone corner to C M ROIl 111 aim Spoons more thence N S i K 81 pole Ift links to n itAkalncontbrol turnpike rod thenco with mine N 71 K 81 pale- sthrneoNT115alesISlinkstonstake lu center of same at cod of county road henro H IIS K W poles to n stona on Kist side of county road and corner to McPhenrson tract thence Ii 1 W lua tales IT links to n stone on Knit side of sent rood corner to Klijnh Hpoonnmore thence N TI W TS poles to the beginning Trnct o 5 contaInIng n acres on the wnturs of Ix gnna Creek la pnn1ng at agate pott PrIors line thence with the con ter a the lane N S1 E 40 pole 16 pinks to a stone In the center of the lone thence NJIX E 1lI oIeillillnki ton stake in lane corner to Peppie thence N O W a stakethence N rjI9 ofbarnstone HJKmbrys line thence his line H w v B poles 18 links to a stake corner to- W ilhfn In Embtyaline thence with the Withers and Prior line M H K lie pole S links to the beginning These three tract IM sold separately and on a credit of ilx months Bonds with good security for the price will bo required of the lurchneerlIJ8JRbl to the rommUiloner from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the land The shares of tho four Infant de fendants will not bo pnld but shall roinnln n lien on the Inndbcnrlna interest until tho Infnnts Iwcomeof ngeor the guardian exe cutes the bond required by section 403 of Civil COde JU PATONSfCLOC- G D Florence LII Ilughvi Attys The Great Dani11eAUg Fair 5 and 6 t 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 2nd 3rd and 4th Day TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET Somerset a- mWaynesburg1004 Fork1017 a- mMcKimloy1020 Bowen Junction City1048 commUsloner Hpoonnmora roodsand Duudernri Duddernrt SOUTHBOUND Leavo Danville 600 urn Junction City 608111 Bowen 613 pm- llor land 618 pm McKinney 627 pm South Fork 03311131 Kipgs Mountain 641110 Waynesburg 048 pm Etibanks 655 pm 1ulaski i 704 pm Science Hill 70D pn1 Arrive at Somerset 7W pm T B BRIGHTPres I M DUNNSec io CUT PRICES I All Summer gooOa must bo eold at Cost We nro overcrowded and must make room for our Full stock of now fresh goods Note the prices Mens Suits were Selling nt 822 GO now 814 48 Mens Suite were Selling nt 818 00 now 12 08 Mens Suits were Belling at 815 00 now 10 08 Mens Suits were Selling nt 812 CO now 8 98- Mens Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 748 Mens Suits were Selling nt S 7 f0 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoo were Selling nt 84 00 uuw 83 25- S0SMens Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 50 now 0 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 38 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 82 fiO now 1 08 Ladies Low Shoes weio Selling nt 83 50 now 52 38 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling ut S3 00 now 2 10 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 CO now 108 Ladies Low Shoe wore Selling nt 82 00 now 1 38 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Selling at 81 CO now 1 10 Straw irate 81 00 Value now S d18 t- Stmw hats 82 00 Value Zloty J S8 I Straw lints 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw hats 03 50 Value now 2 08 SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY rLucky Number 3888 tat Mr noun Lawrence 1 barrel No 1 lour 88CO Guars 8888 2nd J Frank Smith 1 lawn mower 85 Guess 3800 3rd Mrs 1et Johnson 1 Carpet Sweeper 83 Guess 3870 4th Mrs Itcna Lawrence Chnso it nnboru Coffee 83 Guess 3807- Cth J n Sartin 1 Ilobceon Razor 8250 Guess 3010 6th T J Hill Jr 10 K Freezer 82 GUCM 3805 7th Mrs Pet Johnson 10lb prcin lard 81 CO Guess 3047 8th J li Cnmcnisch 1 tin vrntcrect 8125 Cues 307G 8th G Lutes 1 tin watered 8125 GUCM 3800IOth II G Lutes 1 pair Kistor 91 GUCM 3032 e 10th L A Potter 1 lamp 81 GUCM 3085 llth W Gander 1 granite oofleo trot 81 Guess 3088 W H 1 HIGG1NSJ I have just received near of OLD JHCKORY WAGONS the best wagon 011 the market for the money Sea them before buying rut there has been n great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 340006OO s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPERtHVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSt J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J H Paxton Stanford W H Traylor t Gilberts Creek It L Hubble Lancaster WtrII Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch GilbcrU Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANKt f STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 E ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL t jl I a STOCK 50000 I o SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your AccounttOFFICERS I S Hocker President- S 1 Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts 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