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THE FAIR Good Crowds, A SUCCESS. 49 Maro four years old and over. T. H. Smiley & Co., prem., W. M. Hughes cert. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. JULY NEWS NOTES. of is tho 27. 1909 NO. 43. HUSTONVILLE. Miss Ruth Culhcrtson. of Covington, guest of Mrs. H. It. Cnmnltz. The store of O. B. Haines at Sloan's Valley was robbed Tuesday night of $50 and n lot of shoes and clothing, t After trailing about CO miles Lair's bloudhounds ran down Charles Dike, ' and some of the clothing and money i was Identified. He was then arrested. Rev nnd Mrs. R. E. C. Lawson are i Ho from Springfield. expected will preach nt tho Presbyterian church on Thursday and Friday nights at 8 o'-- 1 clock Bnd on Friday and Saturday mornings nt 10:30. Sunday morning there will bo communion services, at which time Messrs. A. J. Adams nnd J. M. Newell will bo installed as deacons. The remorseless scythe of time entered the happy home of Frank Vaughn Sunday night and clipped the tender thread of his beloved wife's life that her christian spirit might ascend to Him Who gave it. The stricken husband has the sympathy of tho entire community in his irreparable loss, and tho Christian church ha3 lost a devout member in the prime of life. I). II. Cullen. of Marion. O . is the guest of Evan Lyon and family. Miss Alico Lyon is visiting friends in Danville. William Bogle and wife, of New Orleans, have arrived for their sum mer vacation. T. K. Hohon and fam ily, of Mt Auburn, III., were with relatives here. Miss Anno Cook Huff man, of Lexington, is tho guest of Miss Mclle Hopper. Miss Lena Talbott, of Paris, is with Miss Angle Carpenter; i Fine Show of Stock and Propitious Weather. Goose Honked High. Everything Went Lovely and the The fourth nnnual exhibition of the Lincoln County Fair Association Is n momory ami n very pleasant unu It is Notwithstanding tho backwardness of tho farmers In their work, big crowds nttcmled Thursday nnd Friday ond tho association ought to bo ablo to declare n small dividend. However, thu bills havo not all come In nnd tho ofllccrs can not stato positively what they will do. While at aomu of tho other fairs their might havo been n greater quontl-t- y of stock, certainly tho quality this year was tho best In tho history of the association. Tho mulo rings wero well filled with the boat in tho country, tho roadster premiums wero hotly contested for and only ono ring failed to fill. The fair was a vcritablo feast for tho lovers of Rood horse stock and a pleas-ur- o to all. It was n fino exhibition from first to last and tho Rcntlcmen in charge have a right to feel good over curt, thier success. Following are tho awards contract. 53 Fancy turnout, singlo horse, decoof Thursday and Friday: Officers are unable to locate Dr. W. ration; stallions bin red. superintendent of JACKS JENNETS AND MULES: J. M. Alvcrson nnd Miss Elizabeth II. Nuttall, former 21 Jack any age, ago considered. Owsley Held and the Institute frr the Fccblo Minded, Allen prem., John who is charged with unlawfully detainHurke & Lillard, prem. and cert. Miss Hcrta Jean Penny cert ing o woman. age, ago considered. 22 Jennet any 59 Stallion, marc or gelding. Tho Commercial Hank nnd Trust Co.. inmt Woods nrem.. F. Held cert. and cert. W. M. Hughes prem. of Louisville, concluded a deal by which 21 Maro mulo two years old and under of sex, CO Pair any aje, regardless it absorbs the Continental National three. color or ownership. Bank, which loses its identity and goes Harris & Woods prem. and celt. It. L Walker prem. and cert. out of business. 21 Horse mulo two years old and un 01 Stnllion any 3o. MATRIMONIAL. A big brewery at Troy, Ind., is adilcr three. W. M. Hughes prem., E. T. Doty vertised for Hale at nublic auction, hav J. II. Hauehman nrem. and cert. Garfield Howard and Miss Virgie cert. or. M.rn muln threo vcars old and ing gone into bankruptcy on account of G2 Stallion, mare or gelding rny oo. Laferer wore married at J. B. Blan- prohibition wave which is sweeping over. ton's last week. T. C. Elkln prem., 1. C. James cert, tho over that State. Harris & Woods nrem. and cert. N. E. Butt and Miss Nannie May and third. or. iinrn mill., tlirpu vcars old and Col. W. It. Haldeman has resigned Taylor wero made one at Rev. J. M. kinglets. as colonel of the First Kentucky Regi- Cook's by that gentleman Sunday. over. G. W. Edwards, of the East End, ment. Judgo James P. Gregory, who Harris & Woods prem. and cert. Omcr A. Brown and Miss Ethel Al was ring caller unit he made u good one. is lieutenant colonel, will likely be ap27 Mulo any age. len, who rfero matried at Phil, Casey H. Hough usual S. M. Owens wus ring mar- pointed to succeed him. As Harris & Woods prem.. J. county, on Juno 20, have informed their shal nnd he is ono of the best in this William Booth, commander-in-chie- f mnn curt. friends of the happy event. miilr.a nnv aire, regardless of section. h of the Salvation Army, has started on Aaron Lucas, Jr., of Letcher county, M. Dunn was at the fair FriCpl. I. another of his motor car crusades 13. eloped with Miss Laura Spangler, sex or color. Harris & Woods prem., J. H Haugh day telling Vrn nliout tho Danville through England. He has this time aired 17. daughter of David Spangler, Fair, which will bo pulled olf next laid out a trip covering 1,400 miles dur-n- g and man cert. after being closely pursued by the week. IIOIISB8. which he will address 500 meetings. parents of the girl, they succeeded in Morgan Smith Haughman, Jr., won Twelve hundred employes of the reaching tho home of Lucas father, 20 Suckling colt (either sex) by Chesthree blue ties on his fino ponies. Ho Standard Roller Bearings Company in Elder Arch Lucas, who married them ter Peat Inc. Wesley Kmbry prem., F. Moore celt., certainly knows how to rido and drive West Philadelphia have struck for the Just as tho ceremony was completed them. The second time within n month. Mack Wilkinson. 3rd. th bride's parents arrived ond the Mr. Hubert L. Elk in, secretary of strikers demand dismissal of certain 30 Gelding four years old and over. happy couple were forgiven. which begins to foremen nnd 10 percent, wage increase. T. C. Clkin prem., Robert Walker the Lancaster Fair, 1 morrow, did soma iroo advertising at The plant is closed. ccit. Tortured On A Horse. our fair. 31 Filly colt under ens year old. After saving her two children from "For 10 years I couldn't rldo a horse Mr. J. M. Alverson again won the burning to death and her home from Mrs. Uriah Dunn prem., Jas. Woods without being in tortuo from piles," premium in tho funcy turnout ring. His destruction by lire Mrs. Noah Parks, n writes L. S. Napier, of Ruglcss, Ky cert. rig was beautifully decorated by Miss resident of Calloway county, blistered "when all doctors and other remedies 32 Horso colt under one year old. Miss Elizallnmpton, tho from head to foot, notified her husband failed, Uueklen's Arnica Salvo cured W. II. Murphy prem., J. Nuvin Car- - Lena Allen rode withHorn'.Alverson. Mr. beth telephone of what had occur me." I lir port. W. O- Wnlki-r- . of this nlace. turned over thti intamoio tor rues, uurns, 33 Maro or gelding ono year old and down an otfer of J2.5CJ for his grent red and she died us ho entered the Scalds, Cuts, Dolls, Feer-Sore- s, Ec stallion, unroll rreston. uy rresion house. under two. zema. Salt Rheum, Corns. 2.x:. Guarand out of Baby Pence. This handsome With the vastly destructive results anteed by Penny's Drug Store. A. 11. Uansdall prem. nnd cert. will apply each day Kate of one fare plus 23 cent for the round-trionly threo years old but bids 34 Mare or gelding two years old ond fellaw is of Wednesday's hurricane having been 1. fair to defeat all comers, regardless of COUNTIES. from Louisville, Corbin, Paris and intermediate stations, final limit Aug. IN NEIGHBORING definitely reckoned in a large measure, under three. age, before tho season ends. Wray & Dudderar prem., W. M. the people of tho stricken section in William G. Marks, aged 49 and a COKHIX TO LANCASTER, AND RETURN. ... A4.W. Texas and Louisiana uro beginning to HtfXhei cctL tailor, is dead in Danville. 5:00 r, Lv. Lancaster 0:10 A. M 35 Stallion ono year old and under two. recover from the first shock of tho disAlex Doty, Jr., has bought an inter Lv. Corhiu Georgetown, July 27- -5 days. 5:01) Gilberts 0:40 Hughes prem., W. II. Murto the est in Currey & Davison's store at London W. M. aster and to turn their attention Lancaster, July 23- -3 days. 5:20 Rowland ":15 LiviniMon phy cert. work of permanent restoration. Tho Winchester, Aug. 3- -5 days. 5:27 Stanford 7:42 ponies: Mt. Vernon list of dead now numbers 41 and tho George W. Miller's steam laundry nt days. r..r.9 Aug. Danville, Crab Orchard. ":50 in ex- Harrodaburg burned, causing a $2,000 and colt, (maro 48 inches nnd Hrodlicail 3G Mare property loss is believed to bo Hluegrass Fair, Lexington, August 0:03 Hrodhead 8:07 loss. Onli Orchard under.) cess of $3,000,000. 9- -G days. :20 Mt. Vernon 8:27 The National Bank of Middlesboro Rowland Didn't nil. Aug. 10- -1 days. stock from Taylorsville, 0:47 has increased its capital Livingston 8:32 or gelding, not over Mother Grow Young. ioos Stanford 37 Stallion, mare $50,000 to $100,000. Fair, Middlesboro, Aug. 11 7 28 London 8:58 Gilberts 52 Inches; show optional. "It would bo l.ard to overstate the t days. 7 58 v. m. ' 07 A. m. Ar. Corbin wonderful change In my mother sineo M. S. Haughman, Jr., prem., Hi'gh would be benefited by tak- Ar. Lancaster Everyono Harrodiburg, Aug. 123 days. use Electric Hitters," ing Foley's Orino Laxatlvo for stomKeid Foster cert. siio began to Lawrenccburg, Aug. 17 1 days. LOUISVILLE TO LANCASTER, AND RETURN. 33 Pony, driven by boy or girl. writes Mrs. W L. Ollpatrlck, of Dan- - ach and liver troublo and habitual Pcrryvllle, Aug. 18- -3 days. d forth, Me. "Although past 70 she constipation. It sweetens tho stomach Hugh Held Foster, prem., J. C. 5 00 i LV Lancaster 7 00 A. M. Lv. Louisville Harbourville, Aug. 18- -3 days. 5 27 seems really to bo growing young anil breath, gently stimulates the liver cert. Stanford 8 10 Lebauon Jet Hrodhcad, Aug. 18- -3 days. UL'uln. Sho Buttered untold misery and regulates the bonels and is much 39 Stallion threo years old nd under 5 45 Junction City H 24 Lebanon Shelbyvllle, Aug. 21- -5 days. 0 28 from dyspepsia for 20 ycurs. At last superior to pills and ordinary laxo- four. Lebanon 10 27 21- -3 days. Junction City Elizabcthtown, Aug. 7 28 Wray & Walker prem., T. II. Smiley she could neither eat, drink nor sleep. tlves. Why not try roioys urino Lebanon Jet 10 47 Stanford Springfield, Aug, 251 days. 8 15 i. M. Stanford Drug Co. Doctors gave her up and all remedies Laxative &Co., cert. Ar. Louisville 11 2il A M. Ar. Lancaster. Ixmdon, Aug. 254 days. 10 Stallion four years old and over. failed till Electric Hitters worked such Frankfort. Aug. 31- -1 days. Six poisons were killed, three fatally T II. Smllev &. Co.. prem.. E. T. wonders for her health." They Invigand moro than a scoro hurt Nicholasville, Aug. 31- -4 days. orate all vital organs, euro Liver und injured n Wabash Doty cert. passenger train when Rardstown, Sept. 1t- -1 days. lmpait plunged into the Missouri River, 30 Kidney troubles, Induce-sleepor gelding ony age. 41 Maro Montlcello, Sept. 7- -4 days. COo at PenCity. The wreck I. C. strength and appetite. Only miles East of Kansas T. II. Smiley & Co., prem., Kentucky Statu Fair, Louisville Sept. ny's Drug Store. was caused bv the track being underJames, cert. mined by tho high water. gelding threo years old 42 Maro or It is going tho rounds that Mr. W. end under four. A Night Rider's Raid. If people with symptoms of kidney P. Walton, former editor of tho State T. C. Klkin prem., W. M. Hughe? or bladder trouble could realizo their The worst night riders aro caloniol, be appointed by Journal, will probably cert. danger thoy would without loss of Governor Willson to succeed don. l'ercy croton oil or aloes pills. They raid 421 Koekaway maro or gelding any thuo commence- taking Foloy's Kidney Not so OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. Haley as a member of the Board of your bed to rob you of rest. age. Hemody. Tbls great remedy stops tho sincerely hopo that this with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thoy Kobt. Walk-e- r pain and tho irregularities, strength Control. We Inconvenlcnco, hut J. H. Uaughman, prem., report is true, for wo know of no man never distress or curt. ens uml builds up tho organs and In Kentucky that Is more capable of always cleanso tho Bystem, curing 43 Stallion four years old and over. thcro Is no danger of Hrights' dlsoaso filling tho office. -- Central Record. Colds, Headacho, Constipation and T. II. Smiley & Co., prem.. B. T. or other serious disorder. Do not Malaria, 23o at Penny's Drug Storo. Hand-Ma- de Doty cert. disregard tho curly symptoms. Stan Tho cleverest Initiation of real Coff DiL.ih Tnutni- - llnnclrldtre. the 41 Saddlo stallion, maro or gelding ford Drug Co. fee over yet made lb Dr. Shoop's daughter of President Zacherv Taylor, any age. Heulth ColTee. It Is lino In flavor and a former mistress of the Whito convicted of murder In Three T. II. Smiley & Co., prem., Wray & Kentuckymen been sentenced to im- and Is made In just one minute. No House, died at Wincnester, va , oner havo aged 86 years. Mrs. cert., W. M. Hughes 3rd. Walker prisonment for life and 10 years moro tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made a brief illness, born near Louisville. 45 Stallion two years old and under flisnhnvinir a court order. Hv the from pure parched grulns, malt, nuts, Dsndridgo was ,. ' .' HllcrcfV . .... i i. ......:.. Mkn t Itlmr.i nr - nnnn better. tirno they havo served the additional etc. Sample freo. Penny's Drug Stoio. three. ,......- - ..Tucro aro pieuiy cneupei Foley's Honey ami Tar noi oniy prooaoiy realize mui T. II. Smiley & Co., prem. and cert. 10 years tney winiRiioro a court injunc810; phaetons, 812; Hurreys, 814 and up, couphs that woaken the1 .mjtiUK, work, pay to J. L. Bvrd. the shoe clerk who ad stops chronic 40 Stallion ono year old and under It doesn't York Herald. gteei flr0j( bestjiuality, at 83.50. Uuggy tion. Now and develop Into con- - j to g.M 1er gct( j, mitted that ho was the man who killed two. . . ., heuls and strengthen and icllned nlbber at 8i Buggies Hughes prem., W. II. Murot women, head putns, or any Joseuh Black in Memphis, Tenn., dur sumption, but niTorUs W. M. Pains v . . comiori anu re- it ,1mr A11R 1K.1.1...... .!..: will return to Mempnis .i, lnn.ra mtu, o.u. nam stunned In 20 minutes sure, with ing a quarrel, t phy, cert. iv, ltnirmpi nw.ovoreti in leatner ami reiiucu Seo from Denver, Col., without extradition lief In tho worst cases oiuuruuiu uiuuand helle) , at 814. 47 Mare and colt (colt at side, cither Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. papers. asthmo, hay fever and lung tu0 best on tho market ami tho lowest prices. Goodyear chltls, . sex), regardless of breeding. full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Pod- jjest Goodrich at 8iu. wo solicit your iraue. CanJy Cold Curo trouble. Stanioru urug o. Prevontlcs-tho- su W. H. Murphy prem , James Woods ny's Drug Store. w Tablets will safely an ' quickly chock uM.ln I?nlr an American. a?ed cert. , . w.-f- g W. S. Meredith was killed and Geo. all colds nnd the Grip. Try themoDce 42. dropped dead on baud the Red Star mr 48 Stallion two years old and under .Black well and Hairy Stynes were in""--.. " old by Pennys Drug Line steamer 'ikrovnmuu seel ? three. In an automobile wreck at La fay. and jured -- was leaving Antwerp mr Store. ette, Ind. T. II. Smlloy prem. and cert. Lou-Isvll- lo Liehtnimr destroyed tho larso bam Hud Steward, of Hardin county. COLT 8TAKE. K. U. Longobaugh, of Glasgow, lias M colt (cither sex.) three daughters named Ruby, Pearl W. H. Murphy prem., It. C. Hockcr and Opal. 3rd. cert., B. S. Powell McKec Bros , of the Midway section 61 Walk-tro- t and canter maro or of Woodford, aro digging their 125- gelding, an; age. acre Irish potato crop. W. M. Hughes prem., E. T. Uoty Dr. James II. Cowan, ngcd79, drop cert. ped dead of heart trouhln in n drug f2 Marc or gelding any nge. store at Tullahnmn, Term. I. C. James prem. and cert. William Gravson. Jr.. of St. I,ouiH. Kl I'ony, ridden by boy or girl; rider hni bought of George Tebeau tho not to bo over 12 years of ago. base ball club for $50,000. Morgan Smith Haughman, Jr., prem , Harry Myers, n member of a Hugh Held Foster cert. party from Latonlo. spending the Gl Fancv turnout, under Ct Inches; driven by boy week near High Bridge, died suddenly decorations considered; there. or girl. Tho ceremony of laying tho corner Morgan Smith Hanghman, Jr., prem., stono for the new Masonic building at Hugh Held Foster cert. LiUlo Rock, Nicholas county, will take horses: place July 29. 55 Stable four horses, handled by one Fred G. Jenkins, who was assistant man. of tho Farmers' National Bank T. II. Smiley & Co., prem , W. M. cashier of Cynthlann, committed suicide by Hughes cert. shootinir. No motive is known. M Maro four years old and over. At Lexlneton Judiro Parker granted I. C. James prem.. J. C. Bailey cert. a temporary injunction restraining the four years old and over 57 gelding Council from adopting and tho Mayor Charles Sandidge prem., L T. Doty from signing the proposed new water Don't Miss Lancaster Fair, July 28, 29 $2,500 IN CASH & 30. PREMIUMS. llr Greatest Horse and Mule Show in Kentucky. Balloon Ascensions Daily. Midway Attractions of Every Kind. - well-know- n 13 Trl-Stut- o Hal-lar- I , mm Music By 41 ays. Michael'? Sdperb Mtoi Bai)d, i Use Arnold's Buggies. rr ,.' uuBS.... accord-constituti- first-cla-- ""? ii 'i' .Kin u "bti .... uuu ... i , o. w ---- - . y. L ifeit-'JsU!Bi- ArfjfcjjMMMe- - i&&A&u - .,rmMt .Agfe 4. t.t , , i x3H 'ii mpiMi "-y'f- v-f- " I The meanest old tight wad has been disclosed in 'Illinois. Tho mayor of houM", On tf rnn, n Campbell, who Is a rich republican pol- large ra.jr snotl otnliln unit other nccfunry Int. E. C WALTON cars. It outbulldlnm. Thin In vrrjr ilrilrnblo ('runn itician, left his wallet on the property, on Htnntord meet, was found by the train boy and return- Orchnnl, Kjr. For further Information nd Urn, H.O. Kimo, Knilej.Aln. In Missouri a woman had her hus- ed. The old fellow, who would doubtless skin a flea for his hide and tallow, band arrested for desertion, when he eworc that the woman's constant nag- gavo tho boy a dime and doubtless felt ging had forced him to Icavo homo in that tho Lord would surely reward him Thnai' hating claim, nitnln.t ther.tnte of Mr.. l Inert a Colli III plenun prenent them self defense. In his decision the judge for his generosity. properly proven to me lijr Auk, i, hm. said that tho man must be the boss of Hint Ann Onim, Kx'or., Danville, Ky. was stated authoritatively at At-- 1 It his own household and when a woman lanta that Gov. Brown will veto tho makes a nuisance of herself mako her In near-bee- r shut up; that a woman loses all lovo bill to prohibit the sale of Brown and respect for a mollycoddle who re Georgia if it is passed. Gov. to opcents nothing and everybody regards pledged himself beforo election Denier In nml Manufacturer of pose any change in the existing liquor husband. with derision a good. Mnrblo and Cranito MonuWhen women get to nagging, the mal- laws and he proposes to mako ady grows on them till it becomes a Tho temperanco people extracted from Mnrker. and roL, Cemetery nnd fjtwn sort of second nature with them, often Gov. Brown tho pledge Vnennd Hetteet. Offlce nml works, Ky. fault finding mechanically and not ma Prince Miguel, a pretender to tho liciously. Tho judgment was that tho Portuguese throne, hoi renounced his man return t his home, assert his rights, put oft that subdued look and all would bo well. Truly this judgo is blamo him. A bird in tho hand is worth I We are In position to do nil kind, of conhusbands many in a Solomon and we l'nvement. the bush. Besides this isn't a creting, aucli n. lllock Work,thing from r riso up And call him blessed. It is tho good year for royal pretenders, but the nnd. In fnct. w enn make nny V enn erv bouse down to n fence po.t. only consolation wo havo received in crop you promptly nnd stinrnnteo of gullible girls grows galore. work nnd material. Onll nnd get our price. years. ueiore you ouy )tiur nintenni m mi.i. Staunton, Va , went dry Friday, Tub Williamsburg Times which Is cd leaving Harrisonburg tho only wet spot ited by a d Stanford, Ky. republican, makes in tho great Shenandoah valley. The a most terrific arraignment of his par good time seems to be hastening when ty's mismanagement of affairs in Whit- this ereat country, so far as intoxicat 10 PER CT. REDUCTION, ley and its outrageous crimes against ing liquors are concerned, will be as C. B. PRU1TT, the ballot and the citizens, which if dry ns the great Sahara desert. Moroland, Kentucky, made by a democrat, would be regarded .. d enthusiasm for tho KorSOdnya, In order to clenn up on The as prejudiced matter and denounced as Drugitet., I'nrpets, Unit., Ktc. Will lies by republican orators. We have income tax doubtless grows out of the 10 per cent, reduction. llneMmn rare llg ImrgHln. mrcnlu. In never read such an indictment. Every fact that very few expect to be In close out. millinery. HomeNice .election In wnll paper. crime in the catalogue is charged and "struck" and they want the other fel of rained picture.. 'ow I. jour time to buy n hnndwme mnntle mirror. Onll nnd every offense enumerated. What is lows to cough up. see them. I'holce .election of rocVer. Oooa line of bed., metal nnd ood, metal true of Whitley is doubtless true of nnd wood folding bed, erll.,cot..mnttre..-e- , CHURCH MATTERS. .prlng., rounchc., Davenport., chain, most counties in which the republicans .ultca.e., grip., trunk., externum tnble., are in power. The republicans in Kencnblnet., gin". Rev. Homer W. Corpcnter preached centre tnble., medicine see nh, door. Ac. fall nnd u. tucky are neither capable of self gov- at Shelbyville Sunday. Well equipped .lock of funeral aupplle.. ernment or of governing others. The Eld. W. G. Montgomery Is conduct- Hen Ice night or dny. O. B. l'ltUlTT. Morelnnd, Ky. democrat who assists such a piratical ing an interesting revival at the Mc- crew into power is fit only for strate-gem- s Kinney Christian church. and spoils and should neither be A bill has been offered in the Georgia trusted nor shown any sort of recogni- Legislature demanding that separate tion. apartments be made for Negroes on The Interior Journal. FOR SALE two-.tor- jr DRIPPING SPRINGS. P.O. Crb Orchard, Ky S V rfil-ilfnr- I. now open for the .ea.nn. Writ to Hpear. Fliher, Manager, tor folder. NOTjCEI O. . LADIES' CARTER, Phone OO. Now Liven Dopot Stroet, 4 Harry Jacobs, ments, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. MASONS' MEET. , .. Ill ......? ... -- .. U L ft I.II1COII1 IAKIK' .11. Ai r.rt . .!. "lllllUTi In atnted communication on earli tlr.t nnd third Monday night, ofench month, nt 7::l II fiik'k in inrir mill oil iiiiiiii p.ivt-- i ,. ford, Ky. Memln'm of .l.ler lodge ore linlteil to lie present. T, W. J'en. nlngton, Hec. d .. OXFORDS. We are overstocked in Ladies' riii' !"e.,riKhr"1,rde0 rs CONCRETING I I Mr.t-clii- MILL FOR RENT! Owing to IIMienlth nnd uniitlim In tie nwiiv from home tome till, .umiuer. 1 have HI decided to rent my lller nter nnd .tentu Holler Mill., driven lijr power, (I owl location. Mill In nr.t-clnconumon. W. .THAYUll. H. K I), No. t, Htauford, Ky. t. d Tan Low Shoes, 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. all of them Fresh, New, this season's goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps. PHILLIPS BROS., rock-ribbe- SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- wide-sDrea- Mat-ting- or the telephone through tbe llu.tonllln Kxchnnge. WALTKItMcKINNKY. I tin prepared todo nil kind, of titrveylng find elill .iifflneerlnir tiroilllitlv. My work will Ui gunrnnteed nnd mr price, lire rva- .nnnDle. writ" me in .iiciunner or cnu mn Thfj MoKlnniy Woolin Mills, McKlnniy, Ky. I. now In operation nnd I. ready to .erve the public In making Jenn.. l.lnney., lllnnkew. Flannel., Yam., Ktc Will either work wool or exchange Kood. for It. High e.t market price for wool. l II. WIUCIHT, I'ror. INSURANCE. Weak Women R. B. NAHOINY ToI After a careful perusal of Editor street cars.L. Rev. J. Beckham's 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 spidermis 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 pretend he doesn't peruse by ignoring. Tie great editor can jump on to us am ill fry but when a man of his size or larger goes for him he isn't 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 na?e and bloodshed which long before we were born, shook the country from centre to circumference. Our father's hom? 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 whj for many long years has slept be neith Virginia's sod. Yandell will preach his farewell 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 News. The Jumbo Camp Meeting will continue over the first Sunday in August. The meeting is increasing. Largest crowd Sunday we ever had. Don't fail to attend the remaining services. Sec- bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, To weak and alllnc woman, thr U at lart on war to help. But with that war. two treatment mutt b, combined. On, U local, oo, U connltu. tloaaL but both ara Important, both a. wall. I, Dr. Fhoor' Mint Cur 1 to. Local. Pr. Snoop". RntoraUra, tha Cbnitltnti ouL Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health , and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without I ' Tbe form.r Or. Snoop'. Night Cure-- 1, a toctral tnurou. tnnmbrana niDixaltorr ramedr. whlla Dr. hboop'. lSntorallr, 1. wholly an lntamal treatment. Tt Ka.tor.Ut. reacbM throuf hout tb entire f jtm, -- klnf tha repair of all narr. all Uisu- -. and aU blood allmenU. Tha "Nisht Cur.", a lu nam. lmrflat, deat It) work whlla you .leap. It loothe. ton and lsSaa ed murou. (uriacea, heal, local weakneaaM and dlKhargM. whlla tha Ite.toratlre. ease, nerrout eidtement, glvea renewed Tltor and ambition. build. Dp waitad tluuea. brtiurlnx about rn.w .trenfth, Tumr, and enerrr. Take Dr. Snoop'. Ke.toratlTe Tabl.t. or Liquid af ceneral tool, to tba .jitaB. for poaitlr, local balp, um a wall H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ;Dr. Whoop's PENNY'S DRUG tiaarsriQi&rsct5rs jJCj G. I Penny K. H. Cotfey - K. H. Coleman Night Cure 52 STORE. FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TKV OUR retary. Rev. H. C. Morrison left Monday for Oesplaines, Ind., to fill an engagement before making final arrangements for his tourjaround the world. Ho will be accompanied by Rev. J. L. Piercy. They expect to sail about the middle of August and to be absent about a year. PRICES GUT ON- - Tnlcum Powder, SK)llgC, Hath Ilrticliet, Toilet ami Hath Soaps AND KSPKCIALLY Our Ice CoM Stxla Water with Jerecy Cream and Fine Fruit Flavor, Jessamine Journal. POLITICAL. G. A. Roy has been nominated for Representative by the republicans of f, if VI John II. Whallen is the committee on invitation to the Democratic Barbe cue at Louisville Aug. 31, where burgoo and harmony are to be put on tap. When such traitors as Whallen are put forward by the democrats, the harmony seems of a variety not reassuring to 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. 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 Commonwealth's attorney for prosecution. The offender was suspended as soon as charges were made. Tho mistake was in the appointment of a turncoat. Such people can rarely be trusted. Jessamine. A band of night riders took William Farris from his home near Brownsville and whipped him. Hon. Charles L. Searcy, of Madison, has announced for the democratic nom ination for Representative. of William C. Herron, brother-in-laPresident 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 $125,000 for e building at the erection of a Lawrenceburg. The Government al ready owns a site there. Mr. Helm also introduced a bill to establish a national park at Perryville. At an informal conference between President Cantriil, of the Equity So ciety, and President LeBus and Exec utive Committeeman Ferguson, of the Burley Society.no agreement waa 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. post-offic- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. That's a beautiful state of aiTairs at Preserving Hemes, Ladies' Oxfords, REGARDLESS OP Mason Jars. Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined Tops. You Will Need Them. '. We can Furnish Them. Lt. Gov. Cox is 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-thiu- g just as good. He is not playing the strenuous game of politics for his health. Having got a taste of the flesh pats, the wlley statesman from Mercer with mild face and retiring air, will never be content again to dine on crusts and bones. Delay In taking Foley's Kidney Remedy If you have backache, kidney or bladder trouble, fastens tbe disease t. upon you and makes a cure more Commence taking Foley's Kidy ney Remedy and you will soon bo well. Why risk a serious malady? Stanford Drug Co. dllll-culto-dam In Order to Reduce the W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. The brilliant society editor of the State Journal layi that "what Frankfort needs is men." This is pretty tough on the bipods there, but such an advertisement ought to draw the right kind there like a sticking plaster and will when it ia told that the city is full of pretty women not averse to matrimony, if the suitor can present the proper credentials and has a big bank account. a 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. m Stock. SftdF"1 JustReceivedAFresh Lot. m or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. A tickling Safo and Sane League" has been The latest estimate places tho cost organized in Alabama to fight tho move' of the Panama canal at $375,000,000 or ment to secure a constitutional amend' several times the original estimate. It ment for State-wid- e prohibition. to look likt oven the youngest .MP$60,000 live to see either inhabitant will Owenton suffered a fire which the ditcb completed or the work paid started in the Holbrook block. for. "A biw Bt. Cummins & Wearen, phi STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Get Some For Fair v Sandwiches at Peanut Butter obo. farriw. i jVmiryT " -- Y 5"f 3 v V 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- 1-- hundreds of other articles. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. v 6c SON, STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin Btanfoud, Ky Srncui, Joan - Ji'i.v 27, 1900 of Arc 10 cent clear wo will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only 6 cents straight. Penny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. Miss I.f..va I'almek went to Lancaster Saturday. Leg Rutlky camo over from Lcxlng-to- n to the fair. in a few days. o Kkv. K. K. Young went up to Mr. and Mrs. James Holladay, of Saturday. Columbia, nre visiting tho family of C was up from SomAndbew Waddlk II. and J. M. Carter. erset during the fair. Mr. Cleveland Rose and handsome Mits. llosn Alexander, af Owenton, wife, of Mnrksbury, hnvo been with J. Gaines. is with Mm. W. It. C Eubanks nnd family. Misses Estiikk ano Maiiy Hurcii Mr. W. A. Cofkey orders tho I. J. spent a few days at Crab Orchard. Coffey, who Logan Wood and wife, of sent to his son, Cheater Mr. W. has located at Coosa, Ga., Danville, visited her mother here. Little Miss Euzaiietii Poi-e- , of Miss Hettie Moore, of McKinney, Elm wood Place, 0., is with her relahas returned homo from Louisville. tive, Mrs. W. S. Denham. Mr. Vikoii. IIoiiiitTT and wife, of Mrs. J. T. Cunningham and son, Lebanon, attended the fair Friday. Mt. Sterl- Richard, of Monticello, nre with the Mit Grover Anderson, of family of W. J. Rankin. ing, was the guest of Mr. RobU Woods. Mrs. W. W. Wade, of Corbin. la K. S. Youno. of Corbin, was the MR. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Severance. W N'nylor near Rowland. Misses Alice, Maggie an Sue Mrs. P. E. Kemp and children, of of Somerset, are with friends here. Anniston, Ala , nre with Mits Amanda MissJosmiiNE Hayden, of Paris, Goggln and Dr. T. W. Pennington. is visltinu her grandmother and aunt John F. McClure, of Yakima City, here. Wash., was the guest of his sister, Misses Anna STAGGand llessle UifTe. Mrs. John C. Gooch, during the fair. of Hustonville, are with Miss Maggie Mrs. Jas. F. Holdam was called to Muskogee, Okla , to the bedside of her MR. II. A. I'I.easasts and wife, of brother-in-laW. M. Morris, who is Groom, Texas, are with Mrs. Jessio quito ill of typhoid fever. Stagg. Miss Behta Jean Penny entertained Miss Mary Stago, of Hustonville, n number of her friends Saturday evenweek with Mils Elizabeth spent fair ing at n "Dutch Lunch." which was Stagg. greatly enjoyed by nil who had the Mr. W. I. Hayhen, a good patron of pleasure of being present. the I. J., was up from Wayne county Friday. LOCALS. Mrs. A. A. Warrln and Miss VirCummins Novelties In neckweur. to Middlesboro ginia Warren returned & Wearen. Friday. Mrs. Ed L. Dudperar and handsome in Warner's Doesn't that bath-rooson, of Hirmingham, arc guests of rel- window remind jou that you ncedonel - .i - .i atives here. Prices on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. Miss Sula Eads. of Monticello, spent last week with Miss Jewell Spoona-mor- c See our windows. Cummins & Wearen. Belle-fontain- c, Heat-tyvlllAi-ki- n, s Mrs. Melvin, of Danville, is visiting her niece, Mrs. J. W. Iraland. Mr. Ih B. Hilton, who has appendicitis, Is progressing nicoly. Fred Garnett has resumed his duties as night agent at tho depot. Mrs. Cleo Brown, of Mt. Vernon, was the gucU of Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mr. W. P. Kincaid, of Garrard, passed through to Lebanon Saturday. Mr. E. Jay Howenstine, of U., is here to see a mighty pretty girl. George D. Hoiter. Jr., who has been 111 for several weeks, will bo out Clothes French cleaned. Cook & PiitLLirs Bros., of this place, have Farmer. contracted with Q. R. Jones for a conThe caah register In Cook & Farmer's crete dam across Green river at hU barber shop was looted Saturday night mill at Middleburg and they will begin work on it boon. nnd $12.70 stolen. The fellow nrrested for prowling Suite of rooms in Odd around tho college and supposed to be a Fellows' building just vacated by Hon. in that thief, claimed that he was there for J. N. Saunders. Also atoro-roothe purpose of asking alms and was building. Ed Wilkinson. For Rent. Very Low Prices! Don't fail to coo our Oxfords beforo buying. We have tho lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Patents, Tniin, Vicis, Oxfords, Ac. at il Miss Richmond Saturday after a vislttoMrs. It. M. Newland. from Junes J. W. ALCORN Indianapolis Saturday very much improved In health. The Misses Mlourno and Ircno Ho rn ins. of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. W. K. Warner. Mrs. 11. O. Lewis, of llurnside, is visiting the family of Mr. J. W. Carson near Turnersvllle. and daughter, Mr. J. A. Miss Mary Hop Carpenter, of Perry-villattended tho fair. Mrs. James Scrivneii and sons, Jesse and Henry, of Liberty. Mo., are with her brother, John Ball. MESDAME3 J6SIE Haney and Leo of West Arlington, Md., are visiting the family of Mr. T. D. Haney. THE Hichmond Register contained a , e plcturo of Prof. Leslio Ander-oncounty, in its last Issue. of this Mrs. B. M.;ico and children, who have been the guests of Mrs. G. G Perry, returned to Richmond Saturday. Uessie Turley returned Hubble. to TllE first day of August is the last day for filing dirt road claims. Geo. B Cooper, county clerk. -- rtiirnl - S The tax books for 1909 are now ready. Come in and get your re- Taxes. -- I i- - ccipt, T. J. Hill, sheriff. For Sale. Rough lumber; oak, poplar, chestnut, beech and elm. U. G. Bruner, Waynesburg, Ky. The good old Lancaatcr Fair begins and continues over Thursday and Friday. Join tho crowd and K'o. mm CAiir-ENTE- e, you will use either Rex or Economy coal from Denham's yards. Why not begin now and save tho dif- Eventually discharged. w Mrs. J. W. Ireland very delightful Blue Grass Fair, Lexington,. Aug-9tly entertained a number of her little to 14th. Tickets will bo sold via friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her nieces, Misses Lois and Gladys Queen & Crescent Route Aug. 9th to 14th inclusive at one fare plus 25 cents Kendrick, of Georgetown. for the round trip, with return limit A LITTLE son was born to tho wife of Aug. 1C. Mr. Bud Holderman last week but the Attend the Russell county fair at Mile thing lived but a short while. The parents have much sympathy in their Russell Springs, Ky., August 3, 4, 5 loss. Tho burial took placo in Buffalo and C, 1909, and enjoy yourself for four big days. ?G00 thoroughbred running cemetery Friday. races and other premiums in proporReduced rates to Scott County Fair, tion. Address R. G. Woods, Russell Georgetown. Tickets will be sold via Springs, Ky., for catalogue. Queen & Crescent Route, July 27th to Modern Woodmen of America. 31st inclusive, at one faro plus 25c for Harrods-burg- , for the round trip, minimum rate 50. Deputies R. B. Spurgeon, of and E. L. Grubbs, of Junction will be good returning until Tickets City, organized a camp at Stanford last Aug. 1st. week, which will be installed on Wed. m To Mammoth Cave. Lincoln county nesday, Aug. 4. All members please excursion to Mammoth Cave July 2!)th, be present. E. L. Grubbs, deputy. . only $9 85 the round-trip- . This includes Card of Thanks. With hearts full railroad fare, board at tho hotel and admission to the several routes of the of gratitude we desire to express our cave, going on regular train. Same thanks to each and every ono so kind rate applies from all stations In the to us during the illness and after the county. Via Lebanon Junction. One death nf our darling little one. May night for promenade and dance. Sec God reward you, is tho prayer of father, mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. & N. ngent. James II. Dalton. GlVENS. Miss Belle Givens, aged Dr. G. G. Perry has sold to Dr. A. about 70, died at Hustonville Sunday morning nnd the remains wero brought S. Price his home on Danville Avenue here and laid to rest at 4 o'clock yes and three acres of land and to Dr. D. E Proctor, of Anchorage, the remaintcrdav afternoon after brief services nt the grave in Buffalo cemetery by her der of his place, about 90 acres. Dr. pastor, Rev. C. R. Blain. Deceased Perry is undecided as to his future but many friends he and his excellent had been in feeble health for some the wife have made during their stay here time, having been a sufferer from Btonv hope they will remain in Stanford. ach trouble for years. She died at the home of Dr. Edward Alcorn, where she We suppose the election on the whishad lived since the death of his wife, ky question is a certainty and it will be some 18 years ago, and was a mother held in October if no cogs are slipped. to his children. She was a devout mom By the way the I. J. was urged to adtier or the t'resbyterian church and an vocate the calling of an election and exceptionally good woman. Miss Giv later was importuned to urge a postens is survived by one sister, Mrs. Bet ponement of it. It did neither. The tie McKinney, of this place, and two editor will vote his sentiments and he brothers, Messrs. J. A. and R. H. Giv hopes the readers of this paper will do ens, uf the McKinney section. Many likewise. hearts go out to them and others who Horrible. James Starns, county loved her, in their great loss. n Biirvpynr, and nnn of thn Republican Mass Convention. At citizens of Pulaski county, was shot to n meeting of the Republican Executive death at his homo near Woodstock, in Committee of Lincoln county duly and the Eastern part of Pulaski county by regularly held on the 17th day of July, his son, whom ho had cor1909, it was ordered and a call is hereby rected, Starns wm a candidate for asmade for a mass convention of the re' sessor before the republican primary in publicans of Lincoln county to bo held June last and came within a few votes in the city of Stanford, Ky., at tho of being nominated. court house on Saturday, Aug. 21, 1909, Miss Lucy Lee Walton won the at 1:30 p. m , for tho purpose of nomi nating candidates for county offices to silk dress in the popularity contest conbo voted for at the coming November ducted by Anderson's Comedians, who played in a tent hero last week. The election. .-. mm h mm m bent-know- $3.50 Oxford, Special 3.00 Oxford 2.50 Oxford 1.50 Oxford 1.25 Oxford $2.69 2.29 1.98 1.19 1.05 20 FEK CENT. OFF on nil Children's 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 ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY, AUG. 19th. $16 NEW YORK-Ev- ROUND-TRI- P wfc $16 J b t ery day. round trip, all rail. $28.00. Via Norfolk and O. D. S. Co. $30.00. Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lake and Rail$32.l5, BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lake. Sound and Rail through New York, with stopovers $37 5. COMFORT-Tuesday OLD POINT July 27, and Saturday. Aug. 21. Fifteen Dayi Limit $1230. Very cheap ratei to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts, on Sale Daily. Summer Tourist Rate, to all Principal Points in Virginia, on Sale Daily. For full intoimau'on call on or address GEO. W. BARNEY, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. Ticket office Phoenix Hotel. . 1798 Trapsiflvania UQ.versitij 1909 Continuing' Kentucky University. Tho Collego of Liberal nrts Hamilton College for' Women, ami the Collego of law. Thrco campuses embracing 2i$ acres. Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. A faculty of 5G chosen from tho best universities of America and Europe. Standardized elective courses leading to tho degrees of A. 11. B., 8., A. M., anil L. L. 15. Now Scieuco Building recently erected at a cost of 800,000. Students now in atteudanco from 25 States and 6 foreign countries. Moral Influences, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ex- Ra-ne- ference T All persons desiring to bo candidates rat-rat- Lost, a pocket book containing 3.50 and some notes. Finder can keep the money if he will return tho rest. John Cook, barber. Squire Watt Dudderar, of McKin- ' and Ruth Culbertaon, of Covington, were guests of the Misses Cooper. Missbb Patsy Prewitt and Berta Jean Penny spent Saturday at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Geo. B. Saufloy Misses MellHoiter, of Huston-Tlll- e, accompaniedjthem. Ed A. White, whois connected with the Missouri Pacific at Denver, Col., is here with his mother and brothers. Ills mother will return with him. MRS. S. G.PULUAU and daughter, of Washington City.rand Mrs. Winter Wright and son, of Lexington, are their mother. Mrs. M. V. Moore, vis-itln- ir at McKinney. er at Crab Orchard Springs, brought down u half dozen pretty mile gins 10 tke hop Thursday night. Mr. Tiiouas Bell and wife, tho aged parents of Mr.lSam J. Bell, were hla guests last week. This splendid old pair celebrated the;50th anniversary of of their marriagejsome months ago. Messrs. C. F. Montgomery and John Evans, Jr., of Liberty, amended the fair Thursday. The last named is ("Secretary of the Casey County Fair, which will be held at Liberty Aug. 36, i 26, 27. Hill Spalding, of tiin nnt inveral davs with Mr. Louisville, his moth ney, fell while working around the Murphy mill tho other day and was Committee. painfully injured. At said mass convention tho system voting shall be Strayed or Stolen. A small rat of Witness our hands this 17th day of terrier black dog, female. Shows age. July, 1909. R. L. Davison, Chm'n. Has white spot on breast and fore-fee- t, G. D. Florence, Sec'y. ono by nature; gray around mouth. Joe .Lynn Coffey, Turneraville. In the guessing contest conducted by W. II. Higglns, the grocery and hard Robertson & Bro. are having the ware man, Mrs. M. F. Lawrence guess rear of their atoro rooms remodeled and ed the exact number of cakes of soap placed in readiness for the new depar- 3,8SS-the "National Capitol" in in tmentshoes, which will bo run by Geo. Mr. Higglns window and won the 200 D. Weathcrford. Advocate. pounds flour; J. Frank Smith guessed . Those owing Dr. L. B. Cook will 3,890 and got the lawn mower; Mrs. greatly oblige him by calling and sett- Pet Johnson's guesa was 3,879 and she ling with Mr. John II. Shanks at as early got the carpet sweeper; Mrs. Lawa date as possible. The doctor Is too 111 rence's second guesa was 3,807 and aho waa awarded the box of Chaae & Santo call on thoae who owe him. born's colfee; J. B. Sartin, who guessReduced rates Kenton County Fair, ed 3,910, got the Robson razor; T. J. Erlanger. Tickets will be sold via Hill, Jr., thought there were 3,805 Queen & Crescent Route Aug. 18th to cakes and drew tho Ico cream freezer. 21st Inclusive, good returning August Mrs. Pet Johnson guessed again 3,917 22nd, at ono fare plus 25c for tho round and got 10 pounds of lard. J. B. lriP' CumenUch guessed 3,973 sr.d 11. (J. Lutes 3,800 and tied. They will have TilE young peoplo enjoyed a swell to divide the water set. II. G. Lutes Ilouao Thurs- got tho pair of scissors by guessing danco at Walton's Opera day night. Saxton & Troat's orchestra 3,982 and I. A. Potter, the lamp. The W. Gander's furmabed the music and many of the latter guessed 3,985. guess was 3,988 which entitled him to belles and beaux of Stanford and tho the coffee pot. There were thousands surrounding towns took part in trip- of guesses and much interest was mani ping the light fantastic. fested. viva-voce, are required to notify in writing on or beforo Aug. 11, 1909, tho secretary or chairman ot tho County Executive In the. ovent thcro Is only Committee. one candidate for an office, who has given notice as is hereby required, then such candidato shall be declared the nominee for said office by the Executive vote stood as follows; The winner 9,810; Miss Clara Cooper 6,440; Miss Minnie Sine 5,770 and Miss Margaret Warren 3,330. Miss Lucy Lee is very thankful to those who voted for her and worked in her behalf. On coming out of Cincinnati Sunday night a Winchester Negro on the ex- penses. cursion train from this place refused Tho session begins Sept. 13, 1009. Write for catalogue to give up his ticket to Conductor Lusk and the Jatter, threatening to put him RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD. A. M., off, was attacked by another Negro, LEXINGTON, 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 Negro's knife had not been a bad one, Mr. Lusk would have been .. Piano. A good business propo sition. I will sell Myrtle's Grand Ep- worth Piano Style T. for (50 cash, and $10 per month for 25 montha with 6 per cent. Intereat, to any one who will make a negotiable note. Thla 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 and Piano Company of Chicago, tho most reliable firm in America. Come to the Methodist par sonage and see, and try the piano. T. W. Barker. $650 Ph. D. Pas. KENTUCKY. H. B. NORTH COTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. killed also. ,i. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford Make your homo as modern for your family as a city Mit. FAKMEIl: residence, and placo yourself in a position to get tbo latest market quotations at any time. Ihiscau bo accomplished by means of our telephone wjrvice, which you and your neighbors can get lor a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or uddreu our nearest office or write direct to headquarters, Naslivillo, Teuu., for information regarding our special "Far. Tho Virginia Republican convention men' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telcphouo service, wo will meet in Newport Newa Wednescan immediately interest you. Our lines cover the Stated of Kentucky, day, and will nominate its candidates before the Democrats choose their gub- Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the boutbern portion ol Indiana and EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. by the pri Illinois. ernatorial standard-beare- r (IXCOHITOHATIU) mary lyitera on August o. RURAL TELEPHONES. njjfl iA- - The Interior Journal. BnUredin Ike Pott-OJt tMtnd-eia- n matUr. al Stanford at PARMER'S DEPARTMEWT. horao Rood Anderson Carr had a Rood die yesterday. to Pettus has several J. marcs for sale. M, brood L. 5N. TIMETABLE No.7S,I:WP. No. Ji, North, 4:H A. M. No. M, North, ft : P. M, No, IT, 10:47 A.M. M. and red. No.ll.Houth.lliMr.H. A M. 1I: No.ffl.Houtli, extra good. E. T. Pence, Stanford. For Sale. Two hornless bulls, black J. E. Bruce, Stanford. For Sale. -4- 50 No. 1 stock ewes, JOS. S. RICE, Agont. SS-nr- W W W.m nf Mprchandise ..,--- - W. I. Hayden, of Wayno county, sold to J. P. Ingram, of Doyle, n pair of mules for $400. The Georgia peach crop, the largest of any State in tho South this year, measured over 2,000 carloads . sold tho registered Jersey cow, for Sale. Ii,'). OKO. I). ltOl'PKIt. Htnnford, Kjr. ur, ii, u. uoaman, oi r.1,1 111. onciuyvinr, ., King's llltuiUli. nets. Will Invoice Sunbeam, to J. N. Camden for $IS5. I desire to sell prlvntcly my stock of llnnlwnre. Holng n good liusl. A good, gentle family horse, ntso ltenson nbout buggy and harness for sale. Sec Mrs. Catherine McCIary, Stanford. Clcl Colcmnn engaged 40,000 bushels of wheat some time since (it Ooc and$l. Ho is now paying $1.10. Harrodsburg Surgeon Dontlst, Herald. KENTUCKY. Stonewall Jackson, Jr., A. T. Tray-lo- r STANFORD, ". will bo at Itntl. & Son's fine stallion, hy lvixit Ht., Houth hy lot of of Office over McRoberU Drug Store in home next week for the benefit of tho Anderson Cnrr, West ly lot 111 J, It, llniiKh. nmn.t Co.. fronting ntxml feet on Depot public. Ht.. nnd running hack ntiout ltd feet, with tho Owsley Building. to Mill Ht. Heo. purchased at Dr. II. I). nnd, the tract 15 feet wide ned ly I. M. llruce E. A. Fnrra of land ow lying Rodman's Jersey sale, n well bred milk (Tal lietneen I,. A N, It. It. and Htanford A When Orchard pike, bounded on the Kast hy and butter cow, Pretty Beldma, for lot lielonilnir to Lincoln County hulldlmr JInve your mensure tnken by n tnllor of ex- $160 Jessamine Journal. nnd snlni;a association, on West hy lot of perience. Then your clothes, whethern low Mrs.M.C Ilumslde. to price business tun or me nnesi evening The ohlect Clarence Lelius, president of the Judgmentof of the snlo Is for satisfy the clothes, will hnve thnt Individuality nnU lit W. It. Denhaiu I oi with in. which plnlnly tmllcnte they were tnnde to Ourley Tobacco Society, has rented a terest from June 6, KM, to Ik' calculated nt your measure, i win iiiio inne your mens residence in Lexington rests, the Judgment of M. J. in order to be Horfmnn for ure for extra trousers, fnncy vests, top rwlth n per cent, from J nil. 10, mn, the Judgment of Mr, Hall's adinlnls. conts'nnu overcoats. Hprlnn nnd Hummer in the center of the Hurley district. samples on hand ready for your Inspection. trntor for swi with 5 per cent, from Oct. HI Ewes for sale. DOO ewes bought in 1M7. creilltid hv 117 imld Alirll It. lv.U. and H.O.RUl'LKY. The Tailor, A. S. PRICE, Don't drug the Stomach, or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is Lincoln Circuit Court, wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help. Vltnllzo theso Frank Hpoonnmorn nnd etc.. Plaintiffs, vs weak Inside controlling nerves with Ileitis Hioonnmur nnd etc., Iiefendnnts. All Summer goods muM Ihj olil nt Cosl. Wo nro overcrowded nnd must Dr. Shoop's Ilcstoratlvc, nnd soo how l'u rsun ut to n Judgment of the Lincoln term. Court rendered quickly good health will come to you Circuit tneanove siyieu nt Its Mny unuer- - mako room for our Knll stock nf now, (reh goods. Nolo tho prices: ivov, in nciion.ine again. Test it and seel Sold by Pen- signea innsier commissioner, w in, on Men' Suits were Helling nt 822 ("() now 814 48 MOXIIAYAUOUHTtTfl lti.. ny's Drugstore. nt (o'clock, v, M In front of the court house " Mch'h Suits wcro Selling nt 818 00 now 12 08 door In the city of Htniitunl, MncoliiCounty Three pooplo wero killed at Wrch Kysellnt publlo outcry to the highest ruid Men' Suits were Selling nt 81T 00 now 10 08 liest hldder the three tracts of land Creek, Mich., and four miraculously nnd which were owned hy Men's Suits were Selling nt 812 HO now 8 08 escaped injury when tho aulomobilo of John '.. Hpoonnmora nt the time of his den.h. Men's Suit were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 48 X.Hpoonn. Olc Erickson was struck nt a grade T.'nct No. I. know n ns the John crossing by a Chicago and Northwest mom ho.neplncecontelnlugnlMiutsrincres, on I 48 Men's Suits wero Selling nt 8 7 fiO now sltunted nUiut I' . miles from Htnnford the lludderm's .tilll turnpike, lielni Itound cm passenger train. pit on tiie North hv s.ild road nnd t.ic James l'epples htnd.ou Lie houtli Ixr n dirt rond Men's I,ow Shoe were Selling nt 81 00 now 8!I 25 nnd W. II. Iiudderar, nn the West hy l)ud dernr's Mill road nnd W, II, Iiudderar nnd McnV Low Shoes were Selling nt 8J1 r0 now 2 1)8 on the Kast hy tleorge llmnu'ond's heirs Lincoln Circuit Court. nnd Urndy heirs. T.ils l.uul Is well Improv Men'" Ijw Slioes wero Selling nt 8U 00 now 2 !18 y neces-snrrtslderce nnd nil As directed lijr n Judgment of tlin Lincoln el. llin l'Ui-outiuiidlngs. 1 Shoes were Selling nt 82 fiO now Men's 08 Circuit Court, rendered nt the Alny term, fT ncres 1 rood sand It .i. In the action of .!. M. Hull's ndmlnls. II Tr.tct No. conlnli'i) Turn-pik)le, situated on Duuiteriir's Mill Uiund-ti- e trntor, nRnlnst I M. llruce, Ac, the under LadicnTiOw Shoes w cto Selling nt$tl fiO now Htnnfonl nnd l 82 .'18 nUiut t iiilles from sinned w III. nt llUlUt t P. M. oil and descrllx'tl ns follows! I'.eglunliig nt a MONDAY , At'O. OTH, IHH, Iridic' Imw Shoes wero Selling nt 81) tiO now 2 10 nnd I'.lllnh Honn. County Court Day, In front of the Court stone corner to t. M. HI poles 15 links to n K thence Itousedoor In Htnnford, Ky., oiler for sale more, In centerNJ'illiiilderar's Mill turnxlke 1 Ladies' Ijow Shoes wore Selling nt 82 fi() imw of 08 stake lit pulillc outcry to tho lilifheit nnd heat ro,d, thence with snme N 71 K 61 ioles Milder, on n credit of A mouths, first, the t lienm N 11'. K 15 notes 15 links to nst.ise III 1 US Indic' Low Slim were Selling ut 82 00 now frame livery stnhlenndlot known nstheold thence of same tlhrlstlnn chit ch lot In Htnnford, Ky center KSUihiIcs ntecd of counts't:ro.vl, sine oi 1 10 Lndie' Iow Shoen were Sidling at 8 1 f0 now H ll'k ton stoni on ist iNiumled on the North liy the lot of T, Commissioner's Sale! CUT PRICES: 1 4 Commissioner's Salel y Iw i:t rlght-of.wn- y Ordering Clothes semi-annu- Htanford, Ky. Wayne and Russell counties. In No Wes & Mc Cormack, Middleburg, Ky. For Sale. 123 stock owes; good The farm of 140 acres, of good Mue grass land, lylnz one mile North of McKlnney.on ones. Just a little extra good. Call at the Htanford pike. Improvements nnd fencing Rood; plenty of wnter nnd fruit. my place and see them or write or tele Also 125 ncres of tlinliered land one mile Kast of McKlnneytlinlf under fence; plenty pnono mo at xosemite, Ky. They are of water nnd good tobneco land. Hee Ki ow- 1 to 5 years old. Lincoln Wells. '.A.aiVKNH.AEent, ns crop. McKlnney.Ky. Ike Gaither sold his fine marc Susio D by Todd, to an Eastern man for CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! $1,800. She had a record of 2:23 and on the LeX' I can furnish the publlcwlth the best, as was the best well ns the freshest of cut doners, plants of nlCklnds, bulbs, potted doners, on short ington track. Harrodsburg Herald. The president of tho National Tobacnotice. Also mnke a specialty of wreaths for forjfunernl purposes. In connection with tlionlwve, I lime, nil co Department of the American Society klnds'of vegetables on hand at reasonable of Equity has called a meeting of the Pf '"'OHIUBTMANOHKKN HOUHEH. tobacco members of the society in Ken Kn Huiui tun, l'uoi:. Htnnford, Ky, tucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin at Bowling Green Aug. 19. InsurcsTobacco and Tobacco Lancaster Court. A small crowd FARM F9RSALEI tern ewes tho lot. Coulter ' th Judgment of V. P. Walton for with l"t;, credited ns folInterest from Hept, lows: tin naldon ench of following dates. Oct. IS, W Oct. I. Vt Oct. 1. 1WO, f 10 paid IVc. , Ml 111 Hept. 10. W. JI1.M Feb. 11. Ml, U2.Su May2cl. 25 on ench of following dates 1, June II, W, Nor, 15 Ml, Hept, Mil. VI, Jan. 10, MB.P5Hept.ai, MMiiOct, St The purchasers will Ira required to give Ivoncts with good security for the purchnse price, pa; aide to the commissioner, ln'iir-in- g legal Interest from date of sale until paid, having the force nnd effect of it Judgment nnd secured hy lien, J. II. PAXTON. M. O. L. C. O. J. N. Haunders. Attorney for Plalntlll. t;l county road nnd corner to Mcl'henrson tract, thence H W lirl uoles IT links to n stone on Kast side of said rond, corner to r: il nil HiKHinninore. inenro ,1 ikucs to the beginning. o. a. containing rsi' acres un me tract nt wnters of Ixiaau's Greek cen miteiiut Prior's line, thence with the to a terol thelnneNSI F.TU xles 16 links . stone In the center ot the lane, thence n1, K 5 noles 15 links ton stnke In lane, corner to IViuies. thence with l'ennlPS lino n mw K8 77 ihiIcs ai links to it stnke, thence N near twes II links ton stake 101 the7 cornertoof a xdes links barn lot, thence N iv W stone. H.J. Kmhry's line, thence tils line H .Wsrt poles 10 links ton stake corner to ithers' lus.tld Kuilirt 'sllne. thence with the Withers and Prior line H tl K l',i pole. J links to the lieginnlng. sold separately These three tracts will nnd on n credit of six months. Ponds with good security for the purchase price will (hi required of the purchasers, payable to the commissioner, waring legal inicrvs. iroin d.ite of sale until paid, hating the force and elTn-- t of n Judgment nnd secured by lien on the laud. The shares of the four Infant de. feiuliiiiti will not Imi imtd but shall remain Interest until tho a lien on the Innd.l-arln- g the guardian exeInfants cutes the bond required tiy section 4l of eiwicode. J. II PAXTON, M.C.I-C- O D. I). Florence, L. K. Hughes, Attys. 1 I an Straw Stntw Straw Straw Hnt, IIn(, Hnt, 81 lint, 50 Vnlno now 82 00 Vnluo now 8U 00 Vnluo now i'. 50 Vnluo now 8. OS 38 2 21 2 03 1 :' SAMSTANFORD. ROBINSON, KY. li Lucky Number 3,888. Ut. 2nd. Jlril. Mr. Ileim Ltwreucc, 1 liarrel No. 1 Hour, 88.50, Otios :i,888 The Great 4th. Gue 5th. 0th. 7th. 8th. 8th. 0th. 10th. 11th. J. Fiank Smith, 1 lawn mower, 85. Giicm 11,800. Mrs. Pet Johnon,l Carpet Swecjier, 8!1. Uucm ,870. Mrs. Hena Ijiwrcnco, Clia-- c SnnlKirii Collee, 8U. 11,8(57. t J. T. 11. Sartin. 1 Kolxwon Ifcuor. 82.50. 1 Giicm ,'l.illO. Barns. Nothing But Insurance Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, attended court at Lancaster yesterday and business generally was dull. Less than 50 cattle were on tho market borne goou yearlings went as high as 41c. Hutcher stuff was slow at 2 to 3s. Sheep sold STANFORD, KY. Residence I'hone M: Office, K. Infcurejwith me nnd be fully at $3 to $3J. Danville Fair, I Aug. 1, 4, 5 and 6. Four Days of Pleasure and Entertainment. Premium ListBest Ever Offered in this Section. ffl i O. K. Frecier, 82. Gucm 3,805. .Mrs. Pet Johnson, 10 11). prcm. lard,81.50. Guess .1,017 J. 1!. Cumouisih, 1 tin "ntcrbct, 81.25 Gucr.t ,'1,070. 0. Lutes. 1 tin water nt, 81.25. Giicm 11,800. II. G. LutcH, 1 pniriiMOH, 81. Giicm .'1,082. 1. A. I 'otter, 1 lamp, 81. Guew .'1,085. W. Gander, 1 gr.tnito ooll'co ot, SI. Giicm !1,088. J. Hill, dr., w. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. IN MEM0RIAM. On July 22nd the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Dalton and took from their midst their baby girl, Esther Hello, 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 np pendicitis. un iuesday she was oper ated on as a last resort and on Thurs day afternoon about two o'clock her spirit departed from her little frail, suf fering body to God who gave it. She was a member of the Goshen church, having confessed her faith in the Savior about a year ngo. The funeral services were conducted by Elds. Livingston and F. M. Tinder. Unbounded sympathy is felt for the parents, little sister and aged grandmother. May He Who doeth all things well, console the broken hearted. Murmur not nor re pine but put your trust in Jesus and soon you will realize that your loss is her eternal gain. Wo will miss her sweet voice and tho patter of her little feet, for they have ceased to tread the stormy path of life. Loved ones, gather up her playthings, oh, so dcal and put away her little dresses in each fold p mother's tear, and wait praying God lo help you livo so that you may spend eternity with her. Our faith is often sorely tried in this world but never in vain. protected. J &" FeilLtr ' vV your w HIDESFuRS wot m $ j, Tallow, Eceswax, Ginseng, Gotten !a!,(YeiW Root), etc We are Deliers. and can do brllrr for n than cgent or commission merchants. e, rny Bank in Louurille. V.'re for weekly pnee list and ship. urn inTfflrl Cirgtap. Uefuniuhuool barjstrcc. W. 5ABEL & SONS, 229 E. MliketS. LOUISVILLE. KY. FINE FARM IN;GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! A fine blue grass iiirm for sain situates! on nowplkn ntnr 1'olnt I.riiMll nnd six miles outfi of Lancaster, containing suo ncres. wen located in uoou neinuwjrnood, wing part or tin) John Walker tract, wltlin Imnu-kom- e stncn-roonregltleucn new, two-stori inereon, wun nil necessary ouiuuiiuinesunu RotxI. new luiru I)D. Well watered, sis never falllnii surlmrs anil creek running inrouga. Tkiijii. M cash In liand.bnlnnre ond nnd twojears from iluvof sale, tearing six per cent Interest until paid. IVrsons looking for such place please, write V. O. Walkku, Htnnford. or see Best Fair in Central Kentucky. I lmvo juet received near of OLD JIICKOUV WAGONS, tho best wagon on the market for tho money. Sco them U'foro buying, as there luu lecn ii great itiiprovcmcnt in their construction. J.L.Beazley&Co., t HsSHHsVslHBBblbaSBKlJi a HsaSyHpflpjlpJHSBjBBHuM I. $3,500 Will be Given Away in Premiums and Purses. Excursion Rates on all Roads. Train to and From Somerset 2nd, 3rd and 4th Day. FROM SOMERSET: M)UTIl!OU.NI. m S; E. T. FENCE, STANFORD. KY. a Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky, BSJS&J .A. Ondei Users and Embalm. en. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugp. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STANFORD. -- 'KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, t Undertaker. Embalmer and Dealer In. Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, OSh fhone, 1ST, KY. Horn f hor.e t. "God hath given, God hath taken Though it rends our hearts in twain He but sends his frowns upon us, To givo back his smiles again." Safe in tho arms of Jesus Safo on his gentle breast There by his love Sweetly Essie's 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 TRAIN SCHEDULE Let U3 think our pathway leadeth To tho pearly gates of life. NOltTIIltOUND. Oh, how Bweet the rest that waitcth Leave For the soldiers of tho cross, 0:20 nm Somerset No more conflicts, no more trials 0:41 am Science Hill Kicli rewards for every loss. A former teacher A. 1. II. 0:17 nm Pulaski 0:57 am Kubiiuks Lire 100,000 Years Ago. 10:01 urn Scientists havo found In a cave In Wnyueeburg 10:11 am King's Mountain Switzerland bones of men, who lived 10:17 nm 100,000 years ago, when life was In South Fork constant danger from wild beasts. To- McKiiiuoy 10:20 am day tho danger, as shown by A. W. Morehind 10:.'15um Drown, of Alexander, Me., Is largely '. 10.40 am liowen from deudly disease "It It had not 10:40 um been for Dr. King's New Discovery, Juuctiuu City 10:57 um which cured me, I could not have liv- Arrive in Danville ed," be writes, sulTerlnng as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough." To euro Sore Lungs, Colds, obstinate Coughs, and prevent Pnoumonla, Its the best medicine on earth. 60o and 11. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Trial bottle free. Capital, Surplus, Special Resources, H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J- - W. ROCHESTER, AS8T. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. J. B. PAXTON, J. 11. Dunvillo Junction City lioweu Morcluiid McKinney South Fork King's Mountain Wuynebhtirg Kiihanks Pulaski Scienco Hill Arrive at Somerset..... Leuvo 0:00 iim 0:08 pm G:13 tun OIREOTOR3I Oweley, Stunford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. Carter, Stanford .John 11. Foster,. Stanlonl; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. I tan kin, Lmciuter; J. I). Puxtou, Stanford; V. II. Truylor, GilberU Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cuiumins, Preacherdvillc; Lilbiiru Gooch. GilberU Creek. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2J6500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. I, S. Ilocker, President;, S. V, Hcid, M D. Elmore, 0:18 pin 0:27 jmi 0:3.') nm 0:41 m 0:48 0:55 7:04 7:09 7:10 Jim w piii pin jmi DIRECTOR. J. II, Uaughman, ?. T. B. BRIGHT,Pres. I. M. DUNN,Sec. J, M, 1'eltui, Harris, Victvl'resideni; II. C. Haughraan, , F, Cummins, John J. McHoberli, Cashier; S, T. Harris, no. C. Koblason, II. C. Riugbman, Asst. Cath'r W. 0. 0'Oanoon . S. Ilocker, W.W . Saunders, Bookkeeper, C.IB. Tate. i