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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE INTERIORJOURNAL I YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 3 t909 1N045i 1 The Siamese Twins A little more than two years ago the court of appeals declared that the Louisville electron of 1005 was void and that It was the duty of the governor to flll by appointment the offices made va cant by the decision of the court On Juno 15 1907 after the decision had been handed down and before the appointments were made the editor of the Courier Journal published an article from the Louisville Herald in which It viwas charged that Gov Beckham had a deal with John Whallen and I others to name YVhallcna friends for mayor and other office The Herald I article indicated that tho governor would appoint such men as would be j acceptable to Mr Whallen Tho editor of the Courier Journal proceeded in the same paper to write one of his heaviest and fiercest editorials denouncing such an alleged alliance While pretending to disbelieve tho absurd report he would neverles have his readers boo lieve that there was much truth in It We shall quote parta of his editorial to show with what tremendous Indigna tion ho only two years ago could hear of any democrat making an alliance with Mr Whallen Ho says We re produce elsewhere in this issue of the Courier Journai a most serious melange from the columns of our local republi can contemporary the Louisville Her ald There are some persons who might call this a pipe dream It is certainly fantastic That a newspaper however absurd its protcntlonv to virtue hould set up for tin divinity and to increase the illusion should supplement Its poet by the addition of two typical thieves would be the rather laughable than terrible but that the democratic governor of Kentucky seeking an organ should throw himself Into tho em brace ot such a combine Is preposter ousFrom the staggering grammar and reeling rhetoric of the above conglom oration of words and Ideas it is dUn cult to decide whether tho great edi tor was trying to criticise tho Herald nnnlhllato the governor or demolish the English language In Its maudlin com mixture however a keen eye can de tect that he was trying to say that the governor had reached or would reach the depths of sin and depravity if ho oven let Mr Whallen speak to him about those appointments Ho then proceeded to show as is his inveterate custom that ho and the CourierJournal had always been right and had never made mistakes lie proves at length to his own satisfaction that ho alono of all men possessed a monopoly of virtue political purity and Infallibility lie closes this fulmina tion with the following elegant and po litolanguageLet tho horrible horo scope of our lively young contemporary the Herald as either a vagary or t youth or mere horseplay in advance of a party convention No doubt some such conceit has penetrated the hot and hazy atmos phereof tho vaudeville theatre of our local politics perhaps has percolated through the precincts of disreputable and mercenary political adventure doubtless the professional traffickers in contraband goods havo given it out to enhance tho value of tho stolen waresI but the governor of any least of all tho governor of Kentucky meditating an act of suicide should pub licly select a house of Illfame In ordorI that he might die In the arms of pmsI titution is simply inconceivable This illustrates what the sinless editorI of the CourierJournal thought Whallen only two years ago and oven much later for their affectionate re conciliation only occurred a few months ago It is an evidence of his character istic inconsistency his reckless abuso and utterly irresponsible and immoral nature Ho Is today the close ally and journalistic advocate of this same Mr WhalJen His paper enthusiastically recognizes Mr Whallen as tho leader of the Democratic party in Louisville and is seeking to aid him In tho exten moil of his leadership over tho State I Almost dally his paper contains pane gyrics upon Mr Whallen and relates the ovations which ho receives in visit ing various cities of the State What bargains and sales what miserable po litical deals or manipulations brought this strange coalition we aro not to say The public is not into confidence in such But 11 goes to show that 1preparedsome magic process by which abuse from this pureminded day may bo changed into next dayFrankfort Journal rSeared With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettlorcut with a knife bruised by slammed door injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once Is Bucklens J Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Its earth a supreme healer Infallible for Bolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25o at Pennyi Drug Store MATRIMONIAL L C McIntosh of Danville and Miss Miidgo King of Kings Mountain were married last week Harry Lanier of Mill Springs and Miss Janetto McKechnie of Bronston were married last week George Hinds a widower of 64 and Mrs E B Joshlin 62 were made one at tho formers home Saturday The wedding dress of Lillian Nordica who was married to Georgo W Young the New York banker is described as one of the most beautiful ever seen It is of priceless duchesso lace over white chiffon She will not wear a hat or veil Her only ornament will be a string of pearls Mr and Mrs N M Rice 623 Harrison street announce the engagement of their daughter Leta to Mr James William Jones of Temple Tex the wedding to take place on Wednesday night Sept 1 at the First Methodist Episcopal church Miss Rice who is of the younger set is a girl of wonder fully sweet personality and distinctive ly a Southern typo She is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs RIce Mr Jones Is a clothing merchant who lives In Temple Tex r where the Rice fam fly formerly lived and although he and his fiance have been friends for more than two years their engagement dates back only to last Christmas A number of Topeka girls will attend Miss Rice as bridesmaids Her sister Miss Anna Burr Rice will bo maid of honor and Mrs J J Booker of Temple Texas who Is Mrs Rices sister will bo tho matron of honor Rev D H Rice of Albla la Miss Rlcel grandfather will perform the ceremony Mr Jones will be attended by Mr Charles Bohon of Lebanon Ky as best man The wedding will be a large affair and will be of especial significance because of the prominence of tho Rice family Mr Rico is general storekeeper for the Santa Fe and has lived in Topeka for seven years Topeka Kansas Daily Capital Mr Jones Is well and favorably known In this county having lived at Huitonvillo for several years Kentucky Fair Dates Winchester Aug 35 days Danville Aug 43 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville Aug 104 days TrlStato Fair Mlddlesboro Aug 1- 1I days Harrodiburg Aug 123 days Lawrcnccburg Aug 174 days Perry villo Aug 183 days Barbourvillc Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyville Aug 215 days Ellzabcthtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 251 days London Aug 254 days Somerset Aug 314 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days Resolutions of Respect On tho 22nd of June our community was made sad by the death of Mrs Lucie Bronston Best Granny as was lovingly called was a regular attendant at church and Sunday school until tho pant few years Being of a bright and genial nature she won many friends and up until tho end she was cheerful and thoughtful of those around Resolved By her death the church has lost a faithful member tho family- a loving mother and our society a staunch supporter and loyal member To the family wo extend our deepest sympathyResolved That a copy of these reso lutions be sent to the family and a copy sent to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for pub licationLADIES Am SOCIETY MORELAND Washington Plague Spots lie In the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac tho breeding ground of malaria germs These germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness aundlce lassitude weakness and general de bility and bring Buffering or death to thousands yearly But Electrlo Bitters never fall to destroy them and curo malaria troubles They are the best allround tonic and euro for malaria I over used writes R M James of Louollon S C They euro Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 60c Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store George Sizemoreagedcommlt ted suicide by drowning in a well at Salyeravillo A few months ago his brother committed suicide by shooting himself at his home near Lee City IA tickling or dry coughs can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pen ays Drug Store NEWS NOTES Campbelisvllle is to have a 30000 hotelGov Willson has offered a reward of 500 for the arrest of Dr W L Nut tallNight riders destroyed the saw mill of Obe Clifton in Cheatham county TennFlem Powell a merchant at Glasgow was killed by a current from an arc light wire Peter Crosby a wellknown citizen was killed in a fall through an elevator shaft at Ashland John T Hayes an insurance agent was run over and killed by an L N train at Lexington Fire starting from an explosion of gasoline on the fourth floor of a brick building in St Paul resulted in the death of nine persons Robert Poynter of Adair killed a rattle snake which was 47 inches long and which had nine rattles James White a Negro accused of attempted assault on a little girl at Mid dlesboro was taken to Pineville for safe keepingMrs Ella Flagg Young was elected superintendent of the Chicago school system She is the first woman to hold officeWilliam McCracken is under arrest at London charged with defrauding insur ance companies of 30000 while living In OklahomaThe ratified an arbitration convention between the United States and Paraguay which was signed on March 13 last In a headon collision at Coldwell Washington two electric passenger trains were wrecked Ten were killed and CO injured The city clerk of Cincinnati an nounces that during the past year there was one divorce granted for every sev en marriages celebrated- As a result of a switch engine dash ing into a heavilyloaded suburban street car In Memphis Tenn ono person was killed and ten injured Lightning struck the kitchen of a suburban dwelling at Memphis instantly killing two children fatally injuring a third child and seriously injuring the tatters mother President Taft is said to bo highly pleased with the conference report on the tariff bill Many of thn 1Vesternf Senators who voted for it are have done so with bad grace County Judgo James Polsgrovc of Franklin county has requested Gov Willson to offer a reward for the arrest of Dr W H Nuttall former superin tendent of the Institute for the Feeble MindedMrs Hannah Mullarkey wife of John I Mullarkeya prominent railroad man and Edward B Axline committed sui cide in the Mullarkey home in Bellevue The woman swallowed carbolic acid and the man shot himself Earth shocks of terrific force in the central part of Mexico destroyedan immense amount of property and it is feared resulted in a heavy loss of life So far as ascertained 14 persons were killed and many injured Forty miners were overcome by gas In the Central Coal and Coko Cos mine No 31 at Pittsburg Kas All but 15 were quickly placed out of danIger Twelve were seriously and three perhaps fatally hurt Nearly nil are foreignersOwen probably laughed him self to death in Chicago Ills cousin Edward Rowley told a funny storIwhllo they were sitting on an Iron rail- Ing and Owens mirth shook him oft to the basement 15 feet below His spine was broken and ho will probably die Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A mans lire has been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of tho town for curing 0 V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about ho writes and tbo doctors did mo nogood but after using Dr Kings Now Discovery thrco weeks I feel like a now man and can do good work again For weak soro flr diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La J Grippe Asthma or any Bronchialaf fection It stands unrivaled Prlco t OC and 81 Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store The French court has ordered the dissolution of the trades union which the postal telegraph and telephone employes formed during the strike in Paris last May holding under the law of 1884 as its authority that workmens unions do not apply to State employes p S All persons are recommended to take Foleys Kidney Remedy for back ache rheumatism and Kidney and bladder trouble It will quickly cor root urinary Irregularities which If neglected may develop into a serious Illness It will restore health and strength Sold by New Stanford Drug Co IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The widow of John Miller is dead at Richmond aged 85IA little son of was bitten by a copperhead snake and h in a dangerous condition I Mrs Marion Green Heizer daughter of Dr and Mrs E M Green of Dan ville is dead after a long illness Her home was at Waynesville N C J Garnett Wood who left Danville some four years ago and located at Little Rock Ark fell from a window of an eight story building there an died instantly The first city directory of Danville will come from the press next week It will show that this city has a popula tion of 6250 an Increase of 2000 since the last census was taken A Northbound Louisville Nashville freight train jumped the track near Hazel Patch and an engine and six cars were wrecked Fireman E Wadslich was probably fatally hurt A Richmond dispatch says that an unknown party called at the home o Ollie Barr a farmer living near Paint Lick and left a basket containing a girl baby and lots of clothes The store of Dooley SInton and the Postoffice at Withers Rockcas tie coun ty were robbed Over 1000 a lot of clothing a few registered letters and stamps to the amount of 500 were take enSheriff George W Swaner of Laurel placed in jail Chess Elliott Fred Wil lama and Milfred Lauson charged with committing on assault upon the 14year old daughter of John Bryant who lives near Corbin One hundred men armed with Win chesters made an unsuccessful at tempt to lynch James White a Negro who attempted to assault Mossle Wood ward in Middlesboro last Thursday The men marched through Mlddlesboro and took the train for Pineville where the Negro was incarcerated for safe keeping They stormed the jail but found it empty After to day South Carolina will be IwellHowever tho drouth is to be tempora ry unless the voters in the 21 wet counties that are to hold local option on Tuesday Aug 17 declare or perpetual dryness At Canton MrsTony Panilla shot and killed her husband and then stabbed Mrs Clara Pizzani to death Panilla and the Piuanl woman had eloped but a reconciliation had been effected with the wife and Mrs Piz zanl was living with the Pamllas Mrs Panilla says she saw her husband in Mrs Pizzania room No matter how long you have suf fered Foleys Kidney Remedy will hole you Mrs S L Bowen of I Wayne W Va writes I was a suf ferer from kidney disease so that at times I could not get out of bed and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Remedy Ono dollar bottle and part of tho second cured me entirely It will cure you Sold by New Stanford Drug Co During the month of July there were received at the Philadelphia port 699 338 bunches or approximately OoooOOO bananas the largest shipment ever re ceived in a similar period If other ports wero as well served the prevail- Ing high price of the popular fruit ought to be materially reduced While attempting to recover a package which she had left for a moment on the tracks of tho Louisville Nash ville railroad Miss Helen Steedman the 16yearold daughter of Dr W C Instantlykilled nerFor indigestion and all stomach trouble take Foleys Orlno Laxative as it stimulates tho stomach and liver and regulates tho bowels and will posi tively euro habitual constipation Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co It is believed in Washington that anI agreement has been reached by apIC Speight of Mayfield will bo pointed to succeed Georgo Du as United States District Attorney for Western Kentucky I Absolute control of the First National I Bank of Louisville was purchased by the Kentucky Title Savings Bank from C C Bickel Edwin H Ferguson and the heirs of the Peter estate Wednesday will bo a big for Gloucester Mass where the spirit of rural pageantry of the early centuries I will be revived in all its traditional gloryIMrs Rufus Price of Adair was attacked by a Negro and fearfully as saulted Officers are scouring tho tour ty for the brute at Marital troubles caused Mrs Emma Michel of Chicago to murder her two children and then commit suicide I Jtu86 t I NIGES 1J tf 1 1 dt 1Ct J 1ufIltadies Oxfords 1 t REGARDLESS OF CSTIn flitheIj Stock 1I1 J L cf I Cummins Be Wearetni STANFORD KENTUCKY 1J Blue Grass FairNCORPORATED Lexington Ky August 914 III sBIG DAYS AND NIGHTS The Biggest and Best in the South 25000IN The Best Horse Show in America Splendid Display ofEvery Class of Live Stock G I 11 1000 lSaddle Horse Stake- Excellent 1 High 1Monday Unexcelled Program of Amusement and Carnival Attractions 10Big Free Acts Dailyl0 For Catalogue or further Information address JOUETT SHOUSE Secy Lexington Ky Use Arnolds HandMale Buggies There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 sad up according to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recovered and relined 810 Buggies recovered in leather amt relined for 825 Rubber tires tho best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 Best Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trado M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY M f Interior Journal IThe Eo Co WALTON 4 = I WE have not been honored with a copy of the Harrodsburg Republican which is to set the political woods afire t but we notice in an exchange that the editor addresses an article on the State i finances to this paper and others in which he makes many reckless state- mentsl to bolster up a bad case of mis management and throws several fits in assumed indignation breathing threat k enings and slaughter the while TI casus bolls was the statement that the republicans had squandered the Ian amount they found in the treasury causing a suspension of payments and a large deficit As Editor Beckham er anewttwo f1refrain from doubling on him even r he does dare any man or set of men to answer him The former govemor graciously admits that Brer Bell is notI yt maliciously mendacious but densely Ignorant and for the present we will let it go at that I BULLY for Senator Stone of Missou ri I He has furnished further evidence A that the trodden on wdrm will tun A Pullman car waiter got too gay and the Senator from the show me State slapped his jaws He was arrested and at his trial in Baltimore the court not only released him but praised him for administering the castigation while the crowd many of whom had been vic t tims of the arrogant employes of the Pullman Car Company gave three lus ty cheers Sufferers everywhere wi rejoice that retribution has come to one at least of the pompous creatures whose missions in life seem to be make the traveler feel how insign cant he is and at the same time sepa rate him from as much cash as pose i ble As a rule wehave no patience wit Independent tickets but there are times when they seem excusable The demo ocrats of Louisville nominated a good ticket buthandicapped it by putting one John H Whallen boss of the Buck- Ingham and of many low dives accord- Ing to the Courier Journal of the nota very remote past and who has not supported a democratic ticket for 13 years as leader and spokesman This is enough to disgust decent people and ma them want to vote for a ticket not under such domination It is a state of affairs deeply to be regretted as it seems that the only result of the Owen Tyler ticket will be the election of the republican layout W P KENT whom the republicans have nominated for governor of Virgin ia is an uncle by mairiage of Mrs J C W Beckham Mrs Beckhams mother in Iaw is the mother of a governor and daughter of a governor but the younger Mrs Beckham while the wife of a governor will never be the neice of one if this is the only dependence They dont elect republican gov erdors in the Old Dominion Kent cant cath on there- WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN finds that Nebraska isnt big enough to hold him He will move to Texas Thus saith the Louisville Times which in this instance n is behind the times Mr Bryan denies s that he ever said he will move to Tex chargeU1IThe Times should imitate the State Journal which makes the statement on one page and corrects it on the other e SCIENTISTS have at last discovered that candy properly made is a sub stantial health food This will be good news to young America Mothers who have denied their children the sweeten joyment under the impression that it was not good for them should make a noteof this We are glad that so many of the old delusions are giving away to the researches of scientistsfSATISFIED that they are powerless to stem the tariffs high tide the demo cratic Senators can be found almost L tanyplace than Washington Bob Tay 1 oftlecturingti Lexington and so on As Senator flata ley says the republican majority mada the revision upwards and they must I stand responsible for it A GOVERNMENT steamer arriving from the Philippines the gtber day brought home the living and d mem bers of the Tenth Cavalry which had es been stationed on the islands The ros ter included 25 officers 634 men and the dead bodies of 61 more Benevo lent asBimulation is making mighty I slow progress and taking an awful toll of lives and money TOE Georgia Legislator who slungH the lie around so promiscuously preachers who questioned his sincerity as a temperance man was doubtless aided in his mock bravery by the knowl I edge that legislative speeches are priv f ileged and preachers are as a rule noncombatants to SENATOR ALORICH turned down a Dr 11flatteringoffer to lecture on a Chautau 1 C He Ja willing doubtless toU i lefothersdeliver lectures Hie bust No 1h neee te to deliver the goods icehs ta 5 vi ioW Yr IitJfri PleasIureB Haldeman resigned as the head the First Regiment because he coul not stand the examination The gal lant colonel learned the military art in real war as a Confederate soldier and knows more about it than all tho present day tin soldiers put together H not only knows the part but looks put of the typical magnificent soldier To hades with calumniators They ate a dogoncd onery bunch eTHE House passed the Conference Committees report on the tariff bill 195 qeto 183 20 republicans voting against i two democrats for it It is stated that the republicans shleked with dc Ifght when the vote was announced even at so slender a majority They laugh best who laugh last it is said ifand when the consumer discovers how completely he has been flimflammed i favor of the interests it will be the democrats time to laugh Their chanc es for carrying the next House were never better THAW wrote Evelyn that ifshe would marry him he would settle down own Pittsburg and become a Senator This is taken as evidence of insanity but it should not be Thaw knew that under the present system United States Sen atorships go to the highest bidder an he had the nricc And come to think of it he would average pretty well up to the men who have for some time held the office from Pennsylvania CALEB POWERS went way up to Elk candidacyllsuspect however the Hoosiers will take more interest In his race than us offlA MAN who stole his ride to the St Louis exposition has just made restitu yearshvoice had a hard time making the fel low hear THE Lexington Gazette has a new head Thats all right it needed one but the impression seems to prevail that the editor needs a new head more than the paper POLITICAL leeA bill was introduced in the Georgia House providing for an income tax The Alexander bill doubling the State tax on near beer passed the Georgia House The Senate voted an appropriation for automobiles for the use of the Vice President and the Speaker of the HouseBy vote of 195 to 183 the House adopted the conference report on the tariff bill Twenty Republicans voted against the measure and two Democrats for It- President Taft sent to the Senate the nomination of B Frank Harris of New York to be Collector of Customs at Saginaw Harbor N Y Gen Henry C Worthington former ly member of the California LegislH turedelegate in Congress from Nevada diplomat and jurist died at the Garfield Hospital at Washington Kentucky republicans in Washington understand that Timothy Fields of Ashland has been decided upon to sue ceed Sam J Roberts as collector of internal revenue for the Lexington district CHURCH MATTERS Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church was postponed Sunday until Sspt 4IRev J J Dickey writes as follows The Allceton Camp Meeting will begin Aug 6th with prospects for a great meeting more ministers are expected than usual the evangelists who wit conduct the services have been very successful and great results are hoped or Every seat in the Presbyterian church was filled Sunday night when Rev J Yandel preached his farewell serE monoIlls remarks before the sermon were very appropriate and touchingandh the sermon was good Our up this splendid Christian gentleman with sincere regret and wish for him all the good things that can come to one so deserving of them The Crime Of IdlenessJIdleness means trouble for any oncs Its the same with a lazy liver It caus constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life PIUS soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25c at Pennys Drug Storet Chairman Payne of the Ways and- eans Committee presented to the ouse Committee an analysis of the tariff bill as prepared in the majority conference Mr Payne contends that the bill is tariff revision downward and liCehavea Health Coffee is the cleverest imitation of real entree over yet made Shoop created it from pure parched up grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavprrls made in just one minute 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Penny s Drug Store t 1 = FOR SALE On easy termi n 7room two tory Louse necesaryf Crabddress HO Kixn KnileyAln IHOME FOR SALE 1 Tho property on Itanvllle Avenue Hun occupied by tV a Wither IIin n egood residence ROIl outbuildings ore good iiinpo Hplcmlid cistern anti i MB garden Location tlrt chu rand In flno neighborhood Will foil privately Mrs Held K n lennlng on I Mary Iennlngton Htnnfonl K- yNOTICEI Thoso having claluuagnlnst the pstnto of themij lllcitAnn Conn Knr Danville Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction In Drab Orch MilAtJO T 1WH nil of my household nnd kitchen furniture cashIHarry Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer of MonuI McdThe McKlnniy Woolen MIIIIi McKinney Ky Ii now In and is ready to servo IdueyBlanketswork wool or exchange goods for it High est market price lor wool O H WU1OIIT Pror Small Farm For Sale I1 I desire to sell privately my term of 87 acres in Lincoln county seven mile front Htanford and two mile from Mnywood on neillhborbood pnductlvl ration all under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new barn and all other outbuildings s Abundance of iTne water and fruit of all kind J T MVINOHTON U K 11 No 1 Htanford Ky Dinwiddie I Co Hustonville Kyi1 Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods DRIPPING SPRINGS P O Crab Orchard Ky MpeaFisherrl B D CARTERN- ow Llvorv Dopot Stroot Phono 96- STANFORDKENTUCKYI MASONS MEET a Lincoln txxlgo Ko CO V A A M will meet In stated communication on each Ilrit nnil third Monday night oeaoli month at 73J oclock In their hall on main streeet Htau ford Ky Members of slstnr lodees lire fra ternally Invited to 1x9 present T AV 1en nlngton H- ocMILL FOR RENT 1 Owing to ill henlth nnil wanting to bo away from homo some this summer I bar decided to rent my uptodate llx River ilrlvun by wilier and steam powerloloal locatlmtIlll In l1rtcla W IlTKAYLOIt It F P No 4 Htantord Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENG NEERING I am prepared todo all kind of surveying anti civil engineering promptly My ork will be guaranteed and prices nre rea sonable Write me At Mcimor call me over the telephone through the Hustonvllle Exchange WAITER McKINNEY CONCRETING We are In position to do lilt kinds of co creting us Work Pavements And In tact we can make any thing from house down ton tents post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrtclnts pricetJefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yPAIN hID In the head p tn anywhere hu Its flT1M presureeothlnls TtlAatablt1caUedIwetactliC urmlnZplrlide Ilrbtfuuloemil I czeIktlooIt you hare a headache Its blood pressnr caowIfconzMtlon blood pressure That surely Is a certainty for Dr Shoop s IMd he Tbleti stop dtrtribalehaswell and rain rout Ol room It does Its con b paJaIwara 2s teats and ebeerfully recotnmead Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE il1TciItsatisfaction of tho court that Ilustonvillo Voting Precincts Nos 2 and 3 need to be changed for public convenience and the askingtorof said county it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that the boundary of said two precincts be changed and a new precinct bo organized and established and same to bo known as Precinct No4 Tho boundaryof Hustonvillo Precinct No 2 as changed shall be as follows Beginning on Hustonville Stanford turnpike at John Murphys place now II Shores excluding him thence with said pike to the intersection of the same and Bradfordsvillo turnpike in Hustonville thence with Hustonvillo Brad fordsville pike to the Casey county line and with the same to the crossing of the Hustonville Middlehurg turnpike thence with said piko to James J McKinneyn including him thence a straight lino to R S Bcudders ex cluding him thence a straight line to E D place now K L Tanners excluding him thence a straight line to Hall Andersons excluding him thence on a straight line to R H Coopers to the Hanging Fork Mc Kinney t Green River Turnpike andwith said pike to the place of beginning including all in said boundary The place of holding tho election- I shall be old remain as heretofore in Hustonville Boundary of Hustonville Precinct No3 so changed shall be as follows Beginning at the Monroe Smith place on Green River excluding it thence the line oi Precinct No 4 a straight line to Dan Moores including him straightlineplace to the crossing of the McKinney Green River turnpike and with said pike to the John Murphy now H Shores including him includingimng him thence a straight line where Harris Creek empties into Knob Lick thence down Knob Lick Creek to the crossing jf Knob Lick McCormacks church and turnpike at B F Powells excluding him thence a straight lino to the J O Neal place now VonGruenigans excluding him thence a exeeptJohnII precinct shall bo and remain at Turnersville Boundary of the new Hustonvillo Voting Precinct No4 as established countylinethe Hustonville Middleliurg turnpike and with stouts to James J McKin inclullinghimincluding same thenco n straight line to Hall Anderson including him straightlineJumboincludinghoMingtheorders or parts of orders of this court in conflict herein are hereby set aside anti held for naught and the clerk of this court is hereby directed to give notice of sold changes sail new boundaries by advertisement at least ono month before the next election by publication in the newspaper published in saidcounty having the largest circulation in said county and by posters put precinctsAG B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court r LRDJESOX1ORD f t r I I We are overstocked in Ladies Tan Low Shoes rr all of them Fresh New this seasons goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps Ladies WALKOVER at 350 and ULTRAS at 300 for this sale are 225 Our 350 and 300 II Ultra Black Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts We BrockportiWe have a beautiful dull top large eyelet- I 200 Black Oxford in large sizes 4 to 8 to close at 150 A lot of old styles in Ladies 01and Childrens at any price9kr oJ w A H J lcROBERTsI STANFORD KENTUCKY G L Penny R H Coffey K R Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP TRYOUR Talcum Powders Spongci Bath BrusbesToilet anti Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice Cold Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fino Fruit Flavors 4NN1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Preserving IItlllesI Mason fTopsWe can Furnish ThemeY i WeE Perkins Crab Orchard BeechNut Brand JOstReeiVedAfresh Peanut ButterF lot r Get Some For- Sandwiches n at k Q OFAItS i fIFr of L1 I ftt 11 aa al I If I u 11 I illV sr w gkx E E rENIED I r f 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 stillselling Calicoes at 4 34c Lawns 3c Thread 4c spool 5 needles for 5c Wash Suits and Skirts at 14 OFF THE PRICE 10c Dress Ginghams 5c Mens Womens and papers Childrens Hose 4 pair for 25c 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on any article in our house and 25 to 50 per cent on 1hundreds of other articles t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY fThe Interior Journal I or BrAN 10 1m KY Auu 3 1901 01 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar we will soil on Saturdays and Sundays onlj G cents straight Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS M NEWLAND Is visiting Rt iUchmondqMRS J II COLLIER of Crab ard is dangerously III GAIT It It GENTRY of Frankfort is with his family hero G L CARTER is very 111 at the horn of his eon J M Carter Jr MRS A R WALLACE went to Spring field Sunday to visit relatives iKS A M HUNN spent last wool with relatives near McKinney F A DAVIS spent Saturday and Sunday with Paint Lick friends MRS J M CARTER of Moreland Is recuperating at Olympian Springs L A NBVIUS his returned to Winchester after a visit to his mother BEN SPALDINO HILL is visiting his aunt Mrs McCarty at Mt Salem MR AND MRS P W Wiiirr were called to Liberty to see his aister who I is ill JuDfit T Z MORROW and son Boy Morrow of Somerset are at Olympian Springs Mu MACOKFIN IIARDIN and wife or Harrodsburg arc guests at Crab Orchard Springs Miss MYRTLE JONES of London Is visiting her brother Dr Frank Jones at Maywood MESDAMES J R CASS and Mary Al bright of Brodhead were guests 01 friends here PROF J W IRELAND is at Richmond assisting in tho Madison county teach era Institute MRS J II SPILLMAN of Harrodi burg visited Mrs Russell Dillion If tho East End otMR It F STEELE of Coeburn Va I has been the guest of Mr W D liar son In tho WClt End CECIL WILLIAMS editor of tho Somerset Times Isnt Crab Orchard Spring for a weeks recuperation c MRS J M MCCARTY and little son I A Fred end Mrs WrT Dsrb of Pint vlllc aro at Olympian Springs Miss NAB PiiELrs of Richmonc who has been with Mrs U C hocked returned to her homo yesterday MRS JULIA HUGHES left yesterday afternoon for Evansville id to visit her daughter Mrs E T Carter COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY AND MRS C A IIARDIN of Harrodsburj spent last week at Olympian Springs I MRS T S WEnD and son havo returned to Knoxvlllo after a visit to her parents Judge and Mrs M C Sauflej MARY WILLIE the infant daughte of Mr and Mrs Russell Dillion hast been very 111 but is somewhat Improved MRS LUELLA GRIFFIN who has been the guest of Mrs Annie Holtzclaw returned to her home at Pinevillo Satui dayMiss MARTHA VARNON who has been with the MIKes VanDeveer here left 1y yesterday for her home at Asheville T KCMRS DAN WOODWARD andchildren of London and Mrs Katie Catron of u Leavel Green are guests of Mrs J H BustleMiss HELEN TIIURMOND of Danville accompanied by Miss Lydia Lewis Is visiting her sister Mrs John May Somerset Times Miss ELIZABETH ALLEN after a very Y delightful visit to Miss Sallie Taylor Woods returned to her home at Mil leraburg yesterday Miss RUSSELL STOUFFER who hat been the guest of Miss Cora Nunnelley at Peytons Well returned to her home at Richmond yesterday Miss CORA NUNNELLEY very delight fully entertained a number of her friends at her homo near Peytons Well Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Russell Stouffer of Rich mond LOCALS ATTEND the sale of tho 0 J Crow farm at Turnersvillo tomorrow Wednesday j S LANCASTERDr W N Craig of A Stanford oculist and optician will bo at the KengarUn Hotel Lancaster on Tuesday next AUKS Those who need glasses should have their eyes examin ed by CLOTHES French cleaned Cook d Farmer NOVELTIES in c car Cummins Wearen on DOESNT that bathroom In Warner window remind you that you need one THE Court of will take up B the Baughman and McCarty contes Oct 6- BUY a ticket to tho Chautau which begins hero Thursday from Mlnnio Sine dTilEsold at auction next Aug 4th Seettad this ISluecLOST pocket medicine case between my residence and Robert Myers I Lee Pipes Moreland OUR thanks are duo and aro hereby tendered Squire James McKcchnlo for a large sack of delightful applesI THE C Mnwillmeet In the lecture room of tho Christian church Wednesday afternoon at the usual hour SAN FELICE CIGARS are gentle men of good taste Tho Power Grocery Co Paris Ky Wholesale Distributor EVENTUALLY you will uso either Rex or Economy coal from Dcnhatns yards Why not begin now and save tho dif forenco 7 FOR RENT Suite of rooms in Odd Fellows building just vacated by JlonI J N Saunders Also storeroom building Ed Wilkinson BARN BURNED Wilson Alexander who lives on Hawkins Branch lost his stock barn by fire The loss is 120 or moro with 500 insurance IF you buygoodfarm you should attend the sate of the 0 J Crow place near Turnersvillo Wcdnes day next Aug 4 You might get I bargain MONEYMr W M Bright trustee of tha jury fund informs us that he has the money for those jurors who served at the May term of tho Lincoln circuit court FOR SALEAragand cookin untcnailg an extra sized table one oak bed one walnut bureau one Brussels carpet two matting two kitchen tables chairs etc Apply to Miss Belli Denny TUB cloudburst of Saturday night did a great deal of damage in many portions of tho county the Turnersvill section having suffered most Tobacco and corn were washed away water gates were lost and much other damage was done PROF EV GIBSON has been elected to fill tho position as High Schoo teacher in tho Stanford Graded and High School Ho graduated with first honors in 1903 at Transylvania Univer slty He has been teaching since in the public and private schools of this State Ho Is a young man of finIshed education and a capable teacher as his many splendid testimonials bear wit flees KENNEDY TO GET A PAR noNGov Wlllaon has ordered that at tho end of a threeyears term in the penitentiary Faulkner Kennedy of county bo released if ho does not commit any other offense The Gov erner does not make the pardon absolute however but says that It should be void if at any time before tho expiration of his original sentence ho shall violate any penal law Mr Kennedy was given 21 years for participation in the killing of James Shupo in the East End Mr Kennedy has served about 11 years of his sentence A FRIEND of the gentleman has this to say about him in the Danville Advo catettTho lion Harycy Helm our representative in Congress has by his efficient and capable services again laid our town and county under obligations in tho matter of the government build- Ing by securing a change in its location whereby tho pavement on Fourth street will be widened to correspond with the Main street sidewalk In connection it is well tdrccar to that tho 30000 additional appropria tion for this building was secured by Mr Helm He not only got the pavement widened but the building set tack so there will be a tenfoot aM pIot PRICES on Ladles Oxfords reduced See our windows Cummins Wearen ets WANTEDhave good well boredC my place Apply to Dr M Pipes Moreland CITY TAXES ourrcitytaxes for 1009 are due Please call and settle D Carter collectora TAXES taxbooks for 1909 are now ready Como in and get your rcrr ceipt T J Hill sheriff JAMES formerly of Stanford in in the asylum at Lexington Friday was a Confederate soldier and n man IP you want any offering done or monuments cleaned see Harry Jacob while he is here this week or leave word with J C McClary BANK STocxAA number of shares In Hustonvllle National Bank If not before will be sold at public auc lion next Monday county court dayt Apply to E C Walton TilE Lincoln county democratic com mlttee met Saturday afternoon HodJ named the following five gcntlemei from which the State Board of Elec tion Commissioners will select one for election commissioner of this county S T Harris II Rowan Sauflev J M Alvcrson S J Embry Jr Docl Drye r lioN W P WALTON of Lexington with his two sons and Mr G F Vaugh of Richmond Va were caller at the Herald office Friday They wer en route from Stanford to Lexington ii 1 an automobile Mr Walton is now engaged in the brokerage business in Lexington and is by for too good a newsI paper man to be out of the harness butI it seems to agree with him as he pulls the beam now at over 200 Harrods burg Herald 650 PIANOA good business propo sition I will sell Myrtles Grand Ep worth Piano Stylo T for 50 cash and 10 per month for 25 months with 5 per cent interest to any one who wil make a negotiable note This Is a vent 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 plans from three firms seven church organ from five different firms I believe the Williams Organ and Piano Company If Chicago the most reliable firm I n America Come to the Methodist parsonage and see and try the piano T W Barker AT the Lancaste fair Friday Lincoln county stockmen took tho lions share iror the awards Harris Woods won tho championship fourinhand mule team defeating mules that had won It the Kentucky and Indiana State Fairs last year They also won first in the championship on mule colts WS 0 Walker on Thursday won first In tho harness ring and threeyearold sad die ring with his great stallion Carrot Preston Friday he was second in the sweepstake saddle ring Carroll Dud derar landed first in the harness ring with his good two yearold Sallie Brook by Ashland BrookE P Woods t Son took the honors on the best mule under one year and were third in the stake IsMR J H BAUGHMAN is quite of his success at the Lancaster lair with his mules Especially so since it was the largest mule show he has ever seen in the State His great two year old Annie Laurie added more laurels to her credit by winning first in her two year old class 2nd in the sweep stake ring of 12 of tho best mules in the State being 2nd to the famous six year old mule of Mr Craddock of Har din county which has never been defeated from a colt Annie Laurie also ono of Mr Baughmans young team that defeated all the teams that won in the champion fourinhand team ring This victory compensated him for the disappointment of not being al lowed to show in the fourinhand ring which required mules to be Jhree years old and over Tho following is a com jleto list of Mr Bs winnings at Lancaster Horse mule under one years 2nd mare mule colt under one year Id2nd mare mule ono year and under two 1st and 2nd mare and mule colt 1st lone mule two and under three 1st and 2nd mare mule two and under three 1st mare mule anylijte2nd palro mules anyage regardless of xeok r or ownership let 1 THE L N will sell roundtrip tick to Atlantic City on Aug Sat 1775 Tim Q hasnt moved everything Somerset to Danville The pay roll at the former place last month ex ceeded 4000 i TilE wICrctJ A Doty of i Lancaster is dead at an advanced age She is survived by her husband and several grown children HARRY JACOBS he McKinney manuI man is placing handsome monuments over the graves of Mr T MIGoodnight and Mrs Mary E Wharton Buffalo cemetery TilE petitions gottenupby the anti saloon for an election on theI whisky question were to have been filed with the yesterday after noon Tho election will be held abou Oct 1- LIGItTNiNG struck one of the chim neys of Dr W N Craigs brick reslIdence on Main street Saturday nightI and did considerable damage to it Mrs Eliza Blain who has rooms in the residence felt to a considerable extentI shock Time Chautauqua not until Thursday afternoon tho management changed the date from today that time The big tent will be stretched on the lot back of the old Daugherty shop on West Main street Those who have attended the sessions of this chautauqua gathering speak of it in glowing terms BADLY HURT Mrs Josie Raney oC New Arlington Md was badly hurt al the home of Mr C M Jones near Maywood yesterday morning She was standing in a when the horse frightened and she was throw out with terrific force We could not learn the full extent of her injuries but they are very serious Time Cumberland Valley Land Co has sold to the Black Mountain Corporation G630 acres of coal and timber land in llarlan county fpr about 150000 The company has left about 3500 acres of its best land The money will be dl vided among the stockholders many of whom live here at an early date Mr J S Hocker secretary of the big concern went to Big Stone Gap yesterday to make the transfer +Ileport of the Condition the BANK OF MORELANDD- oing Iluitneii at Morolnnd Lincoln County Ky At the close of business July 8 lieu Resources loan and discounts with one or ftmore endorser as surety 4837 M ortzarcs to Due from MInto nanka and DankerXfe 1j UH and iationallJank Notes COM I cle UU ClI Checks and other cash Items 42U tl Overdrafts unsecured I eta Current expense paid 110 iO banking Homo t001 III Furniture and Fixtures I2a7 118074 iK Liabilities i Capital stock paid In In cash I 76100 Undivided profits IS 11 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 1094 J 4i 118811 Htntoot Kentucky County of Lincoln Kct I Charles A Wllhoite cashier of thi above named bank do solemnly swear tha the move statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief CIIAULKN A WltiiotTK Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me tblI ruth day of July tae Sly commUsInn ex hires Jun It MO O U RUITT N P M Lee Ilp s T A King and Ceo W Hunn Directors I Blue Grass Farm for Sale 1 In obedience to n judgment of circuit court rendered at the NovemI orowjudmlnlllrlltorcreditors will at the nmnilon bouse on the premises onI AUG 4 1KW otter for sale at public outcry to the highest and heat bidder Grow farm near Turnernllleln Lincoln county Ky abort- mldwaybetween Htanford anti Hustonvllle and thu d Beginning at Intersec lion of Htanford tHustonvllle Turners villa fe McOormncki Ohurch pikes In front of J K Dash torehoueln feet from Inter die feetthuneoNMyE61Ieetpthence74any 7- E ld411t 623f foetithencethence N 2S E 5 J feet thence N 1936 K SM tout to Murphys line thence leaving center of pike with his line Noyj feet to a tone hlR corner thence with line of sine N 37X K 1417 fret to stono corner to Gush tract thence that line N NIK W 1010 feet to o stone his corner- S H sly W 4iff feet to his corner thence line of more N TO W 3so feet to Hocker corner thence N tIIH j W 1731 feet to center of pike In middle of Carson gate thence H 19K K ItS feet to center of old road bed corner McGorrnack A Carson thence N si K 1351 feet with McOormucks line to stake thence B K W 1445 fet to black walnut stump thence 8 SO K 833 feet thence H aX K tIll foot to locust tree at McOornmck1 corner thence H 4u W V8U feet to center of pike tear McOorumcks pate thonco H U i B II 1 eethemori I4H K fotithoncebeginning con nlnlng ItT f10 sore The farm Is on a good turnpike Is near shipping stations on two railroads nnd con venient to schools and churches It con- amatwowtory frame dwelling and out buildings TKKJIH Tho vale will be rondo on a cred it of band 11 months in equal installments and thu purchaser must give bond with security for sale price payable to the commissioner beorlnfI per cent Inter est from date of haying the force and enact of a Judgment and secured by lien on the land J B PAXTON M 0 TI 0 0 M Cauky Atty for 1lalatllr 1 T W HumbleW 0 MartinL R Hughes I Very Low Prices I r Dont fail to fee our Oxfords before buying We haveJthe lowest prices on Oxfords over known in Stanford in Patents I Tans Vicis Oxfords c 350 Oxford Special 269 I 300 Oxford 229 250 Oxford J 150 Oxford 119t125 Oxford 105 I 20 PER CENT OFF on all Childrens Slippers You will 1 findour prices on everything else in proportion to these HUGHES MARTIN COsiDry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Ii l SUMMER RATES VIA t rbeC CATLANTIC CITYt THURSDAY AUG 19tH 16 ROUNDTRIP 16 r 111 2800tNEW YORKEvery round tripall rail Via Norfolk and 0 D S Co 3000tGoing Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake and Ril32l5B- OSTON 11 Going Rail and Ocean Returning River Lake Sound and Rail Ihrough New York with stopover 3735 IOLD POINT COMFORTT y July 27and Saturday Auo 21 C Fifteen Days Limit 1250 1Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts on Sale Daily Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virgintn on Sale Daily For full information call on or addreu CEO W BARNEY D P A II Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Kyw 11798 TfeDjiJlvania UnIveY ihl 1909 Continuing Kentucky University The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and tho College of law I Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment J 56 chosen from the best of America and Europe Standardized elective courses lending to the degrees of A B B SJA M and L L B N 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 penses The session begins Sept 134900 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal Branch House Stanford Kyof Thurman Tudor Mgrk H NORTHCOTT Stanford RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern fOJ your family as a city residence and place oursclf in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This cau 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 Far mers rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wo can immediately interest you Qua Lute cpver the States of Kentucky Tennessee r Louisiana and the SOuthern portion of Indiana and IllinoisEAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO atleosP aktls arp r 4 The Interior Journal Jhteredin the PatOffice ol Stanford w matter N L N TIME THBLE Not Mouth 11M px- NoIIHoutbll08A K- N0INerth4UOA x- NonNortbII17 r x NoX7 10MTA x No ss J Orx JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Oweley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farmof llOncrei of good blue grail land lying ono mile North of McKinneyn the Stanford pike Improvements and t fencing good of water trust Also 1S5 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKinney half under fence plent of waler and tobacco Innd Hee grow uglcrop J A QIV ENS Agent- McKinney Ky When Ordering Clothes Mayo your measure taken by a tailor of ex pricenb nesftsuitlow fig clothes will have that Individuality and which plainly Indicate they were made to yourmeoiuro I will also take your meat ure lor extra trouser fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Summer samples on hand ready for your Inspection II 0 RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford KT L CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the beat As well nl the freshest of cut flowers plants of nil kinds bulbs potted flowers on ihort notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable price OimiSTMAX OUKEN HOUSES ED JlUIlIlAKD 1BOSt Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco urns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 OUlce 65 Insure with me and be fully protected FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A One blue grass taro for sale situated on lke near Point Lenvell and six miles south uf Lancaster containing zoo acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with n hand some now twostory sevenroom residence thereon with all necessary sand good new bam 40x00 Well watered six never falling springs and creek running through TKUMS Ji cash In hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per paidPerson place please write orleo W 0WALSER- StanfordINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock H ealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo Undei tifeers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Fur niture HattingaRugr They will exchange Furniture for all Kings of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right VTANFORO eo KENTUCKY J Ce McClaryII Undertaker Embalmer and haler In Harness addlery STANFORD KY or nikt let HeraePboie I t I r l FARMERS DEPARTMENT W H Shanks wheat averaged 21 bushels JM Pettus has several good broodmares for sale Let J S Murphy the McKinney miller do your custom grinding J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load of salt Durham Cecil shipped five carloads of Irish potatoes from Danville last week FOR SAtEI have COO good young ewes Will sell cheap R E Henry Lancaster Ky Take your wheat and corn to J S Murphy the McKinney miller High est market prices Dr S 0 Eads formerly of Mercer county sold his 244acro farm near Warrensburg 111 at 8105 A good gentle family horse also buggy and harness for sale See Mrs Catherine McClary Stanford FOR SALE400 stock ewes 2 to 4 years old Sell cheap if taken at once Jas McKechnle Hubble Ky Lan caster phone 334 EWES FOR SALE600 ewes bought In Wayne and Russell counties No Wes tern ewes in the lot Coulter Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky FOR SALEI25 stock ewes good ones Just a little extra good Call at my place and see them or write or tele phone me at Yosemite Ky They are 1 to 5 years old Lincoln Wells A yellow Jersey heifer weighing about 450 pounds came to my place about three weeks ogo Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep J W Peek Stanford R F D No3 I have about 150 acres of good blue grass land with a modern six room dwelling two large barns and all nec essary outbuildings everlasting water and well fenced on a good pike and in fine community Price and terms right Address box 282 Hustonville Ky Walter 0 Walker turned down an offer of 3300 for his great threeyear old stallion Carroll Preston Shelby T Harbison of Lexington made the offer By the way this great horse won second in the sweepstake saddle ring at the Lancaster fair Friday com ing second to the famous Edna Mae seven years old and defeating Mattie Bales five years old Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cola- A S Nusbaum Batesville Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it Interfered with my business I had many of the symptoms of hay fever and n doctors prescription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate it Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foloya Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success It Sold by New Stanford Drug Co 1 He got down on his knees She thought he would propose She sat in languid ease While swift her spirits rose But hope sped like a breeze Oh disappointment keen He got down on his knees To mend tho old machine Chicago News It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Then help them lont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That 1S wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and seo how lust good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Hotel Tybee on Tybee Island 18 miles from Savannah Ga was completely destroyed by fire All the guests made their escape Tho hotel was crowded the season being at its height The loss will amount to at least 100 000 Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with- Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pee full formula on 25c box Sold by Pennys Drug Store Luk Wing Chinese Vice Consul was shot to death in his office In New York His assailant a Chinaman was arrested No motive for the crime has been learned and Wings assailant insists he shot in selfdefense The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Preen les will in a tow hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try thorn 4823c Sold by Pennys Drug Store Noah II Marker the assistant cashier of the First National Bank of Tip- ton Ind who it is alleged embezzled more than 100000 of the banks funds has returned home Gov Willson appointed Capt Harry C Grinstead of Louisville Colonel commanding the First Regiment K S G to succeed Col W B Haldeman resIgned John C Shoffer of Chicago has purchased a controlling interest in the Louisville Herald A miscreant entered Joastlaona cut- rate saloon at Catlettsburg and destroy en 2000 worth of tooae I JO PER CT REDUCTION c B PRUITr Moreland Kentucky For 30days In order to clean u on Mitt tings Drugged Carpets Hugs Kto Will Ive 10 per cent reduction Havelome rare bargains in millinery Homo big bargains In close outs in wan paper Nice selection of framed pictures Now U your time to buy n handsome mirror Call and see them Choice selection of rockers Good line of beds metal and wool metal and wood folding bedcrtbicotitnattreiicouuche Davenports chain suitcases trunks extension tables centre tales medicine cabinets glass sash doors Ac Call nnd see us Well equipped stock of funeral supplies Service night or day 0 B rilUITT Moreland Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court by Judgment ot the Lincoln- ClrcultCourt rendered nt the May term iww in the notion of J M Halls ndmlnls trator nKalnst I MHrucoAc time under signed will nt about 111011O- N1AYAUOvTH11IOI trout of the Court- ItousedoorInStanllord Ky offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder onnoreIltof 8 months nrst the framo stable and lot known ubuold Christian ohu ch lot In Stanford KTI bounded on the worth by the lot of T O Unit East by Depot St South by lot of Anderson Cnrr West by lot of J Ilaugh man Co fronting about 1U feet on Depot St nnd running back about HA feet with rlghtofwny 16 feet wide to Mill Ht Sec ond the tract of land owned by I M Hruce lying between Lt NlL nnnd Stanford k lrab Orchard bounded on the East by lot belonging to Lincoln County building nnd savings association on West by lot 11 MrMO llurnsldo The object of the sale Is to satisfy the withInserest t semiannual rests the Judgment of M J HolTmnn for FPtt with 8 per cent from Jan 10IItdthe udgmentofMrllailadminlsl- trator for sh2 with 6 per cent from Oct Id fIndI lows rill paid on each of following dates Oct IS W Oct 1PI Oct I lta VO pnld Deo 10 VI IIVHept 10 Xtt JltW Feb II ro 11S a- Mny2Artl rsi on each of following dates June II onl Nov 13 k1OCtSI VeVI Jan 10 w15 11 HoPtIO ttS RivebondlbearIngpaid having the force and effect ot a JUdg- ment and secured IlllItn JlI M 0 L 10- J N naunders Attorney for Plaintiff Leave 02 am Science Hill 041 am 047 IlID 057 am 1004 am Kings 1011 urn South 1035am Bowen 1040 am Junction sin Arrive in Commissioners 11 Lincoln Circuit Court Frank Bpoonamore and etc Plalullff vs Settle Hpoonamore etc lufendants Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Jour rendered at Its May term liou lu the above styled notion the under signed plaster commissioner will on MONDAY AUGUST 9TII 1I W at 1 oclock r x In front of the court houso door In the city of Stanford Lincoln Uounty Ky sellnt public outcry to the highest and best bidder the three tracts of land herein after described cud which were owned by John Z Spoonnmoro nt the time ot his No1 known ns the John 7 Hpoonn more home place containing about acres situated about IK miles from Stanford on the Duddernr Mill turnpike being bound ed ou the North b said road and the Same irtandpttDud road derar Still road W It lJudllerar and on the East by Ueorgo Hammonds heirs and Brady heirs This land Is well Improv el I1s 1falory residence und nil neees gary outbuildings Tract No 1 containing IT acre t roodsand 11 poles situated on Duddorars Mill Turn pike about t miles from Stanford and bound ed and described ns follows Heidnnlnn nt n stone corner to O SI Spoona more thence N IV E St links to a stake in center of Duddernri turnpike rondo thence with sense N Tl K M poles thence N TJK K IS polo IS links to nitnke In center of saute nt end of county rood t hone S ILK EV tales ton stone on Knit side of county rond and corner to Mclhenrson tract thence S 1 W IT links to n stone on East side of said rond corner to Elijah ttpoonnmorv thence N if W jj polo to the beginning 3i acres on the waters ot Logan Creek btltlnnllllC at II line thence with cen- icrofthelane N S3 KTO poles IS links to n stone In the center ot the lane thence NXI j K 6 roles IS links to n take In lane corner to Pepple with Pe N 4W 9 links to a stake thence N tq f e ofbarnstomtS JKmbrr h line thence his line H vti W 88 poles 1e to n stake corner to Withers In said Kmbrys line thence with the Withers and Prior line H M U Ile poles blinks to the beginning These three tracts will be sold separately and on a credit of six months llomU with- good for the price will be rejulredof the raraable to the benrlng from date of sale until having the force and effect of n judgment and secured by lien on the land The of the four Infant de fendants will not be paid but shall remain a lien on the landbonrtng Interest until the infants becomoof age or the guardian exe cutes the bond required by section ltd of civil code J1I jAXTONj M c 1 fc 0 e- G D Florence 111 Hughes Atlys The Great Danville Fair Aug 3 4 5 and 6 Four Days of Pleasure and Entertain ment Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section Best Fair in Central Kentucky 3500 Will be Given Away in Premiums and Purses Excursion Rates on all Roads Special Train to and From Somerset 2nd3rdand 4th Day I TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET NOIITIWOUND Somerset Ptilaski Eubanks A- Wayneshurg Mountain Forkl017amMcKinney 1026am Moreland Cityl046Danville O57arn Sale deathTract polesie commissioner SOUTHBOUND Leave Danville 600 pill Junction City 608 p- tllBotenf113 pIn Morclaml 618 pm McKinney 627 pill South Fork 633 pill Kings Mountain 641 pm Wnynesburg 64811111 Eubanks 655 pm Pulaski 704 pal Science HilL 70U pm Arrive at Somerset i 710 pm T B BRIGHTPres I M DUNNSec tI 6 CUT PRICES r All Summer goods must bo sold at Cost We are overcrowded and must make room for our Fall stock of now fresh goods Note tho prices Mens Suits were Felling nt 822 50 now 814 48 Menu Suite wcro Selling at 818 00 now 12 03 Mens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now 10 08 Mens Suits wcro Selling nt 812 50 now 8 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 48 Mens Suits were Selling nt 8 7 50 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoes wcro Seliing nt 84 00 now sa 25 Mens Low Shoes wcro Selling nt 83 50 now 2 08 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 38 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 82 JiO now 1 08 Ladies Low Shoes weto Selling at 83 50 now 8238 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Soiling nt 83 00 now 2 10 10 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 now 1 08 LndicsLow Show were Selling nt 82 00 now 1 38 Ladies Low Shocs wcro Selling at 81 50 now IlO Straw lists 81 50 Value now 8118 Straw lists 82 00 Valise now 1 S8 Straw Hats 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw lists 83 50 Value now 2 U8 SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and the Supe rior Grain Drill are three im portant articles necessary in raising your wheat crop We have them all ready for you You will make no mistake in buying this line Call on us when we can serve you weH HIGGINS 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