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Harry Lanier, of Mill Springs, and Janctte McKcchnle, of Uronston, were married last week. George Hinds, a widower of CI, and Mrs. K, II. Joshlln, G2, were made one at the former's home Saturday. The wedding dress of Lillian Nordics, who was married to George W. Young, the New York brink er, is described as one of the most beautiful ever seen. It is of priceless duchesso laco over white chllTon, She will not wear a hat or veil. Her only ornament will be a string of pearls. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. itice, 52.1 Harrison street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lota, to Mr. James William Jones, of Temple, Tex., tho wedding to take placo on Wednesday night, Sept. 1, at the First Methodist Episcopal church. Miss Itlcc, who is of the younger set, Is a girl of wonderfully sweet personality and distinctively a Southern type. She is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Itice. Mr. Jones is a clothing merchant who lives In Temple, Tex , where tho Itice family formerly lived, and although he and his fiance havo been friends for more than two years their engagement dates back only to last Christmas. A number of Topcka girls wilt attend Miss Itice as bridesmaids. Her sister, Miss Anna Uurr Rice, will be maid of honor and Mrs. J. J. Hooker, of Temple, Texas, who is Mrs. Rice's sister, will bo tho matron of honor. Rev. D. H. Rice, of Albia, la., Miss Rice's grandfather, will perform the ceremony. Mr. 'Jones will be attended by Mr. Charles Hohon, of Lebanon, Ky., as best man. The wedding will bo a largo affair and will be of especial significance because of the prominence of tho Rice family. ous." From the staggering grammar and Mr. Rico is general storekeeper for the reeling rhetoric of tho above conglom- Santa Fe and has lived in Topeka for lt seven years. lopeka, Kansas, Daily eration of words and Ideas, it Is Capital. Mr. Jones Is well and favor to decide whether tho "great was trying to criticise tho Herald, ably known in this county, having lived annihilate tho govcrnoror demolish the at Iluitonville for several years. English language. In its maudlin comKentucky Fair Dates. mixture, however, a keen eye enn detect that he was trying to say that the Winchester, Aug. 3- -5 days. governor had reached or would reach Dnnville, Aug. 43 days. Hlucgrass Fair, Lexington, August tho depths of sin and depravity if ho even let Mr. Whallen speuk to him 9- -6 days. about those appointments. Taylorsville, Aug. 10- -J days. He then proceeded to show, as is his Fair, Middles bo ro, Aug 11 I days. Inveterate custom, that he and tho Courier-Journ1 nr rods burg, Aug. had always been right 123 days. Lawrcnccburg, Aug. 17 I days. and had never mado mistakes. He proves at length to his own satisfaction I'crryville, Aug. 18- -3 days. that he alono of all men osi'Ssed a Harbourville, Aug. 18- -3 days. monopoly of virtue, political purity and Hrodhead, Aug. IS 3 days. Infallibility. Ho closes this nominaShelbyville, Aug. 21- -5 days. o tion with the following elegant and Elizabcthtown, Aug. 213 days. language: Springfield, Aug, 254 days. "Let us diJmiss tho horrible horoIxindun, Aug. 25 I days. scope of our lively young contemporary Somerset, Aug. 31- -1 days. (the Herald) as cither a vagary or Frankfort, Aug. 314 days, youth or mere horseplay in advance of Nicholasvillc, Aug. 314 days. Ilnrdstown, Sept. 14 days. ii party convention. "No doubt somo such conceit has Monticcllo, Sept. 7- -4 days. penetrated the hot and hazy atmosKentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept phere of tho vaudevillo theatre of our 13 -- C days. local politics, perhaps has percolated Resolutions of Respect. through tho precincts of disreputable and mercenary political adventure On the 22nd of Juno our community doubtless tho professional traffickers in was mndo sad by tho death of Mrs. given it out to Luclo Uronston Rest. "Granny," as contraband goods havo enhance tho valuo of the stolen wares she was lovingly called, was a regular but the governor of any State, and attendant at church and Sunday school Kentucky, least of all tho governor of until tho past few years. Ueing of a meditating an act of suicido should pub- bright and genial naturo she won many in order licly select a house of friends and up until tho end sho was that ho might dio in tho arms of pros- cheerful and thoughtful of those around. titution, is simply Inconceivable." Resolved. By her death tho church This illustrates what the sinless editor has lost a faithful member, tho family thought of Mr. a loving mother and our society a of tho Courier-JournWhallen only two years ago, and oven staunch supporter and loyal member. much later, for their airectionato To the family wo extend our deepest only occurred a fow months sympathy. ago. It is an ovidenco of his characterResolved, That a copy of these resoistic Inconsistency, his reckless abuse lutions bo sent to tho family and a copy and utterly irresponsible and immoral sent to the Interior Journal for pubtho closo ally and lication. nature. Ho is y journalistic advocato of this same Mr, Ladies' Am Society, Mobeland. His paper enthusiastically Whallen. reeoirnizes Mr. Whallen as tho leader Washington's Plajjuo Spots of the Democratic party In Louisville, lie In tho low, marshy bottoms of tho and is seeking to aid him in tho exten- Potomac, tho breeding ground of sion of his leadcrehlp over thu State. germs. Tlicso germs uuuso chills, Almost dally his paper contains pane fovernnd nguo, biliousness, iaundicc, gyrics upon Mr. Whallen und relates lassitude, weakness and general dethe ovations which ho receives in visit- bility and bring suffering or death to ing various cities of tho State, What thousands yoarly. Hut Klectrlo Hitbargains and sales, what mlserabln po- ters never fall to destroy them and litical deals or manipulations brought euro malaria troubles "They are tho about this strango coalition, we aro not best tonlo and euro for manrenared to say. The public is not laria I ovor used," writes II, M. in such usually taken Into confidence James, of Louollcn, S. C. They cure transactions. Hut U goes to show that Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Ulood magic process by which there is some Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. d scurrilous abuse from this o Try them, 60o. Guaranteed by Peneditor one day may bo changed Into praise tho next day. Frankfort ny's Drugstore. Journal. va-ca- nt Loulsvlllo election of 1905 was void and that It was tho duty of the governor to fill by appointment the offlees made by the decision of the court. On Juno 15, 1907, after the decision had been handed down and bcforo tho appointments were made, tho editor of published an article the Courier-Journfrom the Louisville Herald In which It wm charged that Gov. lleckham had made a deal with John Whallen and others to namo Whallcn's friends for mayor and other olllces. Tho Herald that the governor article indicated would appoint such men as would be acceptable to Mr. Whallen. The editor proceeded In tho of tho Courier-Journnamo paper to write ono of his heaviest and fiercest editorials denouncing such nn alleged alliance. Whilo pretending to disbelieve the absurd reirart he would, nevcrless, have his readers be lieve that there was much truth In it, We shall ouote narU of his editorial to show with what tremendous Indlgna tlon he, only two years ago, could hear of any democrat making an alliance with Mr. Whallen. He says: "Wo reproduce elsewhere In this issue of tho Courier-Journa most serious melange from tho columns of our local republl can contemporary, tho Iu!svllle Her ald. There are some persons who might call this a 'pipe dream.' It is certainly fantastic. That a newspaper, however absurd Its pretentions to virtue, should set up for tin divinity, and to Increase the Illusion, should supplement Its post by the addition of two typical thieves, would be tho rather laughable than terrible; but that the democratic governor of Kentucky, seeking an should throw himself Into the embrace ot such a combine, is preposter- The Siamese Twins. A little moro than two years ogo llio court of anneals declared that tho MATRIMONIAL. IN $30,000 L. C. Mcintosh, of Danville, and Miss Campbellsvlllo Aindgo King, of Kings Mountain, were hotel. to havo a NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Tho widow of John Miller Is dead at married last week. Miss difll-cu- edi-lo- Tri-Stat- o 1 po-lit- After to day South Carolina will be added to the fold of State-wid- e proh bition territory, which now embraces well nigh all the Southeastern States. However, tho drouth is to be temporlattcr's mother. President Toft is said to be highly aryunless the voters in the 21 wet pleased with the conference report on counties that are to hold loc&l option the tarifT bill. Many of the, Western elections on Tuesday, Aug. 17, declare Senators who voted for it are said to for perpetual dryness. have done so with bad grace. At Canton, O., Mrs. Tony Panilla County Judge James Polsgrove, of shot and killed her husband and then Franklin county, has requested Goy. stabbed Mrs. Clara Pizzani to death. Willson to offer a reward for the arrest Panilla and the Pizzani woman had of Dr. W. II. Nuttall, former superin eloped, but a reconciliation had been tendent of the Institute for tho Feeble effected with the wife ond Mrs. PizMinded. zani was living with the Pamllas. Mrs. Mrs. Hannah Mullarkey, wifoof John Panilla says she saw her husband in I. Mullarkey, h prominent railroad man, Mrs. Pizzani's room. and Edward U. Axline committed suiNo matter how long you have cido in tho Mullarkey homo in Bellevue. Foley's Kidney Remedy will The woman swallowed carbolic acid and help you. Mrs. S. L. Honen, of the man shot himself. Earth shocks of terrific force in the Wayne, W. Va., writes: I was a sufcentrnl part of Mexico destroyed an ferer from kidney dUease, so that ut immense amount of property, and it Is times I could not get out of bed, and feared resulted in a heavy loss of life. when I did i could not stand straight. Ono So far as ascertained, 1 1 persons were I took Foley's Kidney Remedy dollar bottle and part of tho second killed and many injured. Forty miners were overcome by gas cured mo entirely." It will euro you. in the Central Coal and Coke Co.'s Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. mine, No. 31, nt Pittsburg, Kas, All During the month of July, there were but 15 were quickly placed out of dan- received S at the Philadelphia port ger. Twelve wero seriously and three bunches or approximately 70.000,000 perhaps fatally hurt. Nearly all are bananas, the largest shipment ever re foreigners. ceived in a similar period. If other Owen Rowley probably laughed himports were as well served the prevailself to death in Chicago. His cousin, ing high price of tho popular fruit Edward Rowley, told a funny story ought to bo materially reduced. whilo they were sitting on an iron railing and Owen's mirth" shook him off to While attempting to recover a pack tho basement 15 feet below. His spine ago which sho had left for a moment was broken and ho will probably die. on the tracks of tho Louisvillo & Nash ville railroad, Miss Helen Steedman, Twas A Glorious Victory. tho daughter of Dr. W. C. There's rejoicing In Fedora, Tenn. Steedman, was struck and instantly A man's lifo has been saved, and now killed by a speeding express near Buck- Dr. King's New Discovery Is tho talk ner. of tho town for curing O. V Pepper of For indigestion and all stomach d, C99,-33- Gov. Willion has offered a reward of $500 for tho arrest of Dr. W. L. Nut tail. Night riders destroyed the saw mill of Obe Clifton in Cheatham county, Tenn. Flem Powell, a merchant at Glasgow, was killed by a current from an arc light wire. Peter Crosby, a 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 snako 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 keeping. Mrs. Ella Flngg Young was elected superintendent of tho Chicago school system. She is tho first woman to hold tho office. William McCracken is under arrest at London charged with defrauding insurance companies of $30,000 while living in Oklahoma. The Senate ratified an arbitration convention between the United States and Paraguay, which was signed on March 13 last. In a head-ocollision 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 icr every seven marriages celebrated. As a result of a switch engine dashing into a heavily-loadesuburban street car in Memphis, Tenn., one 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 well-knowd 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 of 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 nnd the nt Withers, Rockcastle county, were robbed. Over $1,000, a lot of clothing, a few registered letters and stamps to the amount of $500 were takPost-office Richmond, aged 85. A little son of John Wood, of Pulaski, was bitten by a copperhead snake and is In a dangerous condition. Mrs. Marion Green Heizer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs E. M. Green, of Danville, Is dead after a long illness. Her home was at Waynesvllle, N. C. J. Garnett Wood, who left Danville some four years ago and located at Llttio Rock, Ark , fell from a window of an eight story building there and died instantly. The first city directory of Danville will come from tho press next week. It will show that this city has a population of G.250, an increase of 2,000 since the last census was taken. A Northbound Louisville & Nashville PRICES GUT ON- - Ladies' Oxfords, REGARDLESS OP en. Sheriff George W. Swaner, of Laurel, placed In jail Chess Elliott, Fred Wil liams and Milfred Lauson, charged with committing on assault upon the 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 Mossie Wood ward In Middlesboro, last Thursday, The men marched through Middlesboro and took the train for Pineville, where the Negro was incarcerated for safe keeping. They stormed the jail, but found it empty. r- In Order to Reduce the Stock, f t tH-M-f-H-f-M-- M Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Blue Grass Fair jiwcorporated; Lexington, Ky. August I 914 C 6B5G DAYS AND NIGHTS Biggest and Best in the South, $25,000 $1,000 IN PREMIUMS. Saddle Horse Stake Excellent Automobile Racing, Monday, Aug. 9. The Best Horse Show in America. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. Hih Class Trolling and Running Races Daily. i mu-Ur- la d deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could not work nor get about," ho writes, "and tho doctors did me nogood, but, after using Dr King's Now Discovery threo weeks, I feel like a now man, and can do good work again." For weak, soro dr diseased lungs, Coughs and Colds, Hemorrhages, Hay Fever, Asthma or any Bronchial affection it stands unrivaled. Price 50c. and 21. Trial bottle free. Sold nnd guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. trouble take Foley's Orino Laxative, as It stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates tho bowels and will positively euro habitual constipation. Bold by Now Stanford Drug Co. Unexcelled Program of Amusement and Carnival Attractions. 10 I Big FreeActs Daily 10 For Catalogue or further Information, address e, I. io uvmcivu ill 11 all .nm , t n t .w Id knllnO.H In U aaiiiiiKiuu uiai ml agreement has been reached by which ( J. .C. Sue if it. of Maviled.r will he, ap- - rmmm -- -- . tf dge Georgo Du pointed to succeed Hello as United States District Attor I ney for Western Kentucky, I . J0UETT SHOUSE, Sec'y, Lexington, Ky. pure-minde- George Sizemore, aged 25, commitSearerTwithA Hot Iron, ted suicide by drowning in a well at or scalded L overturned kettlo cut Salyersvllle. A few months ago his All persons are recommended to with a knife bruised by slammed door brother committed suicide by shooting take Foley's Kidney Remedy for back-aohrheumatism and Kidney and Injured by gun or In auy other way himself at his home near Lee City. bladder trouble. It will quickly corthe thtng needed at oneo Is Hucklen'a A tickling or dry cougk can be quick- rect urinary irregularities, which, it Arnica 8alvo to 'subdue inflammation the pain. It's earth's supreme ly looseued with Dr. Snoop's Cough neglected, may develop Into a serious and kill healer, Infallible for Bolls, Ulcers, Remedy, No opium, no chloroform, illness. It will restore health and Hold br strength. Sold by New Stanford Drug Fever Sores, Kozema and 1'iles, 25oat nothing unsafe or harsh. e, The French court has ordered the dissolution of tho 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 workmen's unions do not apply to State employes. Absolute control of the First National Bank of Louisville was purchased by the Kentucky Title Savings Bank from C. C. Bickel, Edwin H. Ferguson and Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de Buggies. the heirs of the Peter estate. Wednesday will bo a big day for Gloucester, Mass , where the spirit of There uro plenty cheaper buggiea but there nro nono better. Huggy imintiiiL'. I ret-- c unj work. 81U: tihiietoiu. 81-- ': surrevs. JU ami up, glory. ' Mrs. Rufus Price, of Adair, was t. ing to tho sue. Per set, buggy steel tires, best quality, at $3.50. Negro and fearfully as- - tons tacked bv a aud lelined in 31) ounce rubber at SB. Buggies saulted. Officers are scouring tho cour. m leather aud reliued tor $25. Hubber tires, at 810. Buggies ty for tne brute tho best on the market and tho lowest ptii'os, Goodyear and Kelley, at 914. Marital troubles caused Mrs. Emma Michel, of Chicago, to murder her two Best Goodrich at $16. We solicit your tradu, children and then commit suicide. rural pageantry of the early centurits will bo revived in all its traditional Peony's Drug Store. Pen ay's Drug Store, Co. Xg hooi fr. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON The If. II IP We have not been honored with a copy of the Hnrrodsburg Republican, which is to set tho political woods afire, but we notice in an exchange that tho editor addresses an articlo on tho Stato finances to this paper and others, in which he makes many reckless statements to bolster up a bad case of mis management and throws several fits in assumed indignation, breathing threat cnings nnd slaughter the while. The casus belli was the statement that the republicans had squandered the largo amount they found in the treasury, causing a suspension of payments and a large deficit. As Editor Beckham, who is so competent to do so, is answer-la- g the new scribe so convincingly, wo refrain from doubling on him, even if he does daro any man or set of men to answer him. The former governor graciously admits that Brer Bell is not maliciously mendacious, but densely ignorant, and for tho present we will let It go at that. Stone, of MissouHe has furnished further evidence that the trodden on worm will tu a. A Pullman car waiter got too gay and the Senator from the "show meStnte" slapped his jaws. He was arrested and at his trial in Baltimore tho court not only released hiro but praised him for administering the castigation, while the crowd, many of whom had been victims of the nrrogant employes of tho Pullman Car Company, gave three lusty cheers. Sufferers everywhere will rejoice that retribution has come to one at least of the pompous creatures whose missions in life seem to be to make the traveler feel how insignificant he is and at the same time separate him from as much cash as possible. as a wicked and malicious lie. the statement that Col. W. D. Haldeman resigned as tho head of tho First Regiment becauso he could not stand the examination. Tho gallant colonel learned the military nrt in real war ns a Confederate soldier and knows more about it than all the present day tin soldiers put together. Ho not only knows the part but looks tho part of tho typical magnificent soldier. ,To hades with calumniators. They ate in denouncing Interior Journal takes FOR SALE On rasjr n two-lor- y 1 DRIPPING SPRINGS. douse, lrw lot, gootl tatl niiii othfr nwcsarjF nutbulliltnKt. This l very ilrslratilf ilenre property, on Htanfnnl ttrrrt, ('rnb Orcbnrtl, Ky, Korturlhrr Information M.C. Ki.in, Knilry, Aln. rr. P. O. In now Crb Orchard, Ky open for th saon. Writ Klslier, Manager, for folder. lonpr HOME FOR SALEI Tho property nn I'umlllP Aomir, nun-foroci'iiploil liy W. (). W'llhcrn. lint n mitlmllillngi nri eoikI rvsiilonrn nml In gooil slmpo. Hptrmllil clilorn nml nnil In Mr Ronton. Uxriitlon nrst-rlns- s flnn ndKhWirliooil. Will n'll prlvatel. Mm. IIukIi llclil, K. I). IVnnlnxion, H" LADIES' ,,'1 '" vllKfc B. D. CARTER, Now Livorv Dopot Stroot, Phono 00, a dog-onc- d oncry bunch. jinry rtnninion,Mimunni, iy. .STANFORD, KENTUCKY. MASONS' MEET. NOTICE! Tun Hoi'se passed tho Conference Committee's report on tho tariff bill 193 Tliox' linxltiffi'lntm- - nunlnst Hip r.lntt' of will memo present tlu'in to ioj, 20 rcpuoucans votintr aealnst It Mrs, Lincoln trfxtgo No, m F .t A M. w III meet properly prosi-i- i to in by AuR.aMwu. In Mntnl Cdiuiminlrnllim mi inch tint nml it, It is stated nnd two democrats for iifeneh month, nt Tssi thlnl Monday nights on Dnmllle, Ky. ltuiiAnnCniiii, tun In streeet, wtnu-foro'clock In their hnll U 1th lie. lint tlin ittntiltfnna K Meiul.'rs of sister lodees lire Ifght" when tho voto was announced, United to I present. I W. (ee. even at so slender n majority. They laugh best who laugh last, it is said, K-- OXFORDS. We are overstocked in PUBLIC SALEI Ladies' nnd when tho consumer discovers how completely he has been llimflammed in favor of the interests it will be the democrats' time to laugh. Their chances for carrying the next House were I wllliu'llnt public miction In Ornb Orchard, beginning nt Ji'.i. HATI'llllAV, WO. 7.1W, nil of my liouwholtl nnil kitchen furniture nml n Komi liorsn nnil Ihibkv. Terms ensh. J II. Hmltti, (Tnh Orchard, Ky. MILL FOR RENT! never better. Bully for Senator 1 ri Thaw wrote Evelyn that if she would marry him ho would settle down, own Denier In nml Manufacturer uf Pittsburg nnd become a Senator. This la tntrnn nq nvlrlpnrn nf Innnnitv. but it Marblo and Cranlto Monu SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- should not be. Thaw knew that under I monts, NEERING. Cemetery nnd Ijiwn the present system united States Sen - ' Marker- - nml Posts. Office, nml works, Vn.einnd Meltees, I nm prepare! lodonll kinds nf surveying atorships go to the highest bidder and Ky mid cl II engineering promptly. My work he had the Dricc. And come to think will lKUiiriinteed nnd my prices nre. rv. sonnble. Write me nt McKlntiey or cull me of it, he would average pretty well up The McKlnnay Woolen Mills, oer the telephone throiiKhthe llustomllle Kichnnge. to the men who have for some time held McKlnnsy, Ky. WALfKIt McKINNKY. the office from Pennsylvania. Harry Jacobs, Owing to nnd wnntlng to 1 nwny from home pome this summer, I hnve IHx JUer decided to rent my Holler Mill. drUen l.y wnter mul steiim s power. Omni locution. Mill In condition. W. ll.TIUYLOII. It. I'. I. No. I. Hlanford, Ky. llrtt-clnt- Tan Low Shoes, ail of them Fresh, New, this season's goods and in two and three eyelet lace and straps. Caleu Powers went 'way up to Elk,-- Is now In operation nnil ! ready to serve Llnseys, In making hart, Ind., to announce his candidacy th publicFunnels, Ynrns,Jeans, Will either Ktc. Illunkels. for Congress in the 11th district. We work wool or ejclmnge goods for It. High-tmnrket price for wool. suspect, however, the Hoosiers will (Mt.WIlinilT, I'ror. take more interest in his race than us We nre In position to do nil kinds of conI creting, such ns Hlock Work, Pavements Kcntuckians who know the manner of nnd. In fact, we can make any thing from e man he is. house down ton fence pott. We can serve s st CONCRETING nr.t-cln.- Small Farm For Sale A MAN who stole his ride to the St. Louis exposition has just made restitution. As it has been five or six years As a rule we' have no patience with since the great show the still small independent tickets, ;but there are times voice had a hard time making the felwhen they seem excusable. The dem- low hear. ocrats of Louisville nominated a good ticket but'handicapped it by putting The Lexington Gazette has a new one John H. Whallen, boss of the Buck- head. That's all right, it needed one, ingham and of many low dives, accord- but the impression seems to prevail ing to the Courier Journal of the not that the editor needs a new head more very remote past, and who has not sup- than the paper. I desire to sell prlvntely my farm of K you promptly and guarantee acres. In Lincoln county, seien miles from work nnd material. Call and get uur prices Htnnford nnd two tulles from May wood, on before you buy your material at least. good road', mile from pike. In good neighborhood, cloe to church, rural route nnd l Ijind nil ery pn mile from school-homductlve, Sfnrui In grins, tmlance In nil under good fence. I'omfortnhle Stanford, Ky. nnd nil other bouse of six rooms, outbuildings. Abundnnceof ITnewiiternml fruit of nil kind.. J. T M INlTON, It. K. l. No. 1. Htnnford, Ky. cultl-Tiitlo- 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. PHILLIPS BROS., new-bnr- ported a democratic ticket for 13 years, as leader and spokesman. This is enough to disgust decent people and make 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 Virginia, is an uncle by mairiage of Mrs. J. Mrs. Beckham's C. W. Beckham. mother-in-lais 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 don't elect republican governors in the Old Dominion. Kent can't cat:h on there. Dinwiddie & ry an of goods. up-to-d- ate j ' POLITICAL. the Georgia House providing for an income tax. The Alexander bill doubling the State tax on near beer passed the Georgia A bill was introduced in I tn In the he&d rain sjirwh.m. hm.1 Its ransa. rain li eonteiUon, lain Is blood rressuie nothing else usually. Atlratt. so says it. hhoot). and to prore It he has crwu k little Dink Ublet. Thsl tablet called vr hhooD's llrtxlaeha Tablet- emies blood pressure away Irnm patn crntera. lr though safely. It lurtly equallxes the blood drcu. If tou hare a headache. It's blood pressure. sinful ceriods with women, same eanse. II u If Tim are sleepless, restless, nerrms. It's Mood roazesUon blood pressure. That surely Is a certainty, for Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets stop it la 30 minutes, and the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure. onuse your anrer, anu aoesn t it ret rea. ana and pain your Of course It doe. It's coo blood pressure. You'll find It where pais a itUVIJ MJtuiumi t-w. all at ocnu, nd cheerfully recommend UUOO. PAIN a H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ED Co., racrca :xaTCOr-9Et- t jft-t- r 1!. R. House. m G. L. Penny R. H. C'ollev : fvl.,n, U The Senate voted an appropriation for automobiles for the use of the Vice President and the Speaker of the House. By a vote of 195 to 183 the House adopted the conference report on the taritt bill. Twenty Republicans voted against the measure and two Demo- Hustonville, Ky.Jg Undertakers and Embalmers. We car- -' line! FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. 1 William Jennings Bryan finds that Nebraska isn't big enough to hold him. He will move to Texas. Thus saith the Louisville Times, which in this instance is behind the times. Mr. Bryan denies that he ever said he will move to Texas to live. Only his enemies charge that any State is too small for him. The Times should imitate the State Journal, which makes the statement on one page and corrects it on the other. discovered is a substantial health food. This will be good news to young America. Mothers who have denied their children the sweet enjoyment, under the impression that it was not good for them, should make a note of this. We are glad that so many of the old delusions are giving away to crats 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 nf th California lgH- ture.delegate 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. MATTERS. meeting at the Methodist Quarterly church was postponed Sunday until CHURCH 4. Rev. J. J. Dickey writes as follows: The Aliceton Camp Meeting will begin Aug. 6th with prospects for a great meeting, more ministers are expected than usual, the evangelists who will conduct tho services have been very successful and great results are hoped Headache Tablets PENNY'S STORE. DRUG Dr. Shoop's 92 TKY OUR Talcum Powders, Sponges, Bath Brushes, Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY to the Fiitisfaction of the court, that Hustonville Votinu Precincts Xos. 2 anil 51 need to be changed for public convenience nnil the public good requiring said change, nnd a petition having been filed, tor Paid change by alwut three hundred resident voters of kiM two precinct1; of said county, it is therefore ordered and adjudged by tho court that the lwundary of eaid two precincts be changed, and a new precinct bo organized nnd ctiii)lhlicd, and entnu to ho known ns Precinct No. (. Tho bouiidnry of Hustonville Precinct No. 2 as changed shall bo us follows: Beginning on Hustonville & Stanford turnpike at John .Murphy's place, now H, Shore-'- , excluding him; thenco with Niid pike to the intcn-cctbof the came anil Bradfordsville turnpike in Hustonville; thenco with Huston villo & pike to tho Casey county line, nnd with tho eauie to tho crowing of tho Hustonville & Middlehurg turnpike; thenco with caid piko to James J. McKiiiney's including him; thence a straight lino to K. S. Scuddcr's excluding him; thence a straight line to E. I). Kennedy's placo now K. h. Tanner's excluding him; thence a straight line to Hall Anderson's excluding him; thence on n straight line to It. II. Cooper's to the Hanging Fork, fc Green Hiver Turnpike, and with said pike to tho placo of beginning, including nil in said boundary. The place of holding tho election shall le and remain ns heretofore in Hustonville. Boundary of Hustonville Precinct No. 3 so changed shall bo as follows: Beginning at tho Monroe Smith place on G recti Itivcr excluding it; thenco tho line of Precinct No. 4 n straight lino to Dan Mooro's including him; thence n straight lino to J. S. Richenbach's including him; thenco n straight line to H. II. Cooper's including him; thenco a straight lino to Hull Ander son's place to the crowing of the McKiuney fc Green Hiver turnpike and with raid pike to tho John Murnhv nlacu now H. Shored including him: thence a straight lino to the J. M. Carter place, now Clirismun, including him; thenco a straight line to the P. W. Logan place, now Hanson, exclud-n- g him; thenco a straight lino where Harris Creek emptied into Knob Lick; thence down Knob Lick Creek to the crossing if Knob Lick McCormack's church and turnpike at IS. F. Powell's excluding him; thenco a straight lino to mo u. u. iMcat piace, now vonurucuigans, excluding mm; tncuco a straight lino to tho place of beginning, including all in said boundary except John Skidmore and JamtM Daugherty. Tho placo of holdiug the election in said preciuiH shall bo and remain at Turnersvillc. Boundary of the new Hustonville Voting Precinct No. 4 ni established herein shall be as follows: Beginning at tho crossing of tho Casey county line and Green River, near George Estes'; thenco with Casey county lino to tho Hustonville & Middlehurg turnpike and with sumo to James J. McKiiiney's, excluding him; thenco a straight lino to It. S. Scudder's, including him; thence a straight lino to tho E. I). Kennedy place, now K. L. Tanner's, including sumo; thenco a straight Hue to Hnll Anderson, including him; thenco u straight lino to R. II. Cooper's, excluding him; tlience a straight lino to J. S. Richenbach's, excluding him; thenco a straight lino to Dun Moore's, excluding him; thenco u straight lino to I). C. Sipplo at Jumbo, It appearing Our Ice Cold Soda Water with Jersey Crcnm nnd Fine Fruit Flavors. v gpj rmnio UKUU u Stanford, Kentucky. a.UKE, . $ jg j8 Hrad-fordsvil- Scientists have at last that candy, properly made, S;pt. Preserving hemes. Mason Jars. Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined y 1 for. Satisfied that they are powerless to Every seat in the Presbyterian church stem the tariffs high tide, the demo- was filled Sunday night when Rev. J. cratic Senators can be found almost L. Yandcl preached his farewell ser any place than Washington. Bob Tay- mon, ills remarks before the sermon lor, Tilman and others aro off lecturing, were very appropriate and touchingand Bailey is seeing after his horse farm at the sermon was good. Uur people give Lexington, and so on. As Senator Bai- up this splendid Christian gentleman ley says, the republican majority made with Bincere regret and wish for him the revision upwards and they must all the good things that can come to one bo deserving of them. stand responsible for it. A government steamer arriving from the Philippines the other day, brought home the living aniTdead members of the Tenth Cavalry, which had been stationed on the islands. The roster included 25 officers, 031 men and the dead bodies of CI more. Benevolent auimulation is making mighty slow progress and taking an awful toll of lives and money. the researches of scientists. Tops. You Will Need Them. We can Furnish Them. The Crime Of Idleness. Idleness means trouble for any one. Its the same with a lazy liver. It causes constipation, headache, jaundice, sallow complexion, pimples and blot ches, loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. King's New Life I'llls soon banish liver troubles and build up your bealth. 25c at l'enny'M Drug Store. Chairman Payne, of the Ways and Means Committee, presented to the House Commltteo an analysis of tho tariff bill as prepared in the majority Mr. Payne contends that conference. the bill is tariir revision downward and that the rates on tho necessities of life have been reduced. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Beut Q . rCYttV. JustReceivedAfresh including him; thence down Green River with 'Wuyneshurg Magisterial District, lino to tho Iwgiuning, nil in said boundary, und tho iiluco of holding the election in said precinct shall bo in tho town of McKiuney. And nil order or parts of orders of this court in conflict herein nro hereby set asldo nnd held for naught, and tho clerk of this court is hereby directed to give iiuiicu ui bum I'liaiigcs nun new ouuiuiaries uy advertisement ni least ono "Health ColTeo" is tho cloverest month beforo tho next election by publication in the newspaper published in Imitation of reul coffee ever yet made. said county having tho largest circulation iu said county und by posters put Senator Aldricii turned down a Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch up in four of the most public places in each of said products. A Copy Attet; flattering offer to lecture on a Chautau- ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In qua circuit. He U willing, doubtless, to flavor Is made In just one minute. U busl- - No 20 or 30 minute tedious boiling. let others deliver lectures. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store, U to deliver tbe good. Clerk LIimwIh County Court -w ,,....,,." .j- - Legislator who slung The the lie around so promiscuously at the preachers who questioned his sincerity as a temperance man, was doubtless aided in his mock bravery by the knowledge that legislative speeches are privileged and preachers are as a rule Georgia Int .VS.S issssMlssssHl Get Some For Sandwiches at G. B. COOPER, Peanut Butter - rAkmsi: FW 3 i j 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 3-41-- hundreds of other articles. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrANKOUD, & SON. STANEORD KY. p Clothes Former. French cleaned. Cook & Prices on Ladles' Oxfords reduced. Seo our windows. Cummins & Wcaren. Wanted to havo tickThe L. & N. will sell round-triets to Atlantic City on Aug. Gat $17.75. ! . Novelties Kv., in neckwear. bath-roo- Cummins - An.. 3, 1000 & Wcarcn. Doesn't that In m Warner's The Q & C. hasn't moved everything a good well bored on my place. Apply to Dr. M. Lee from Somerset to Danville. Tho pay roll at tho former place last month exPipes, Moreland. ceeded fJ.COO. m L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. .Martin 7 . you that you nccdone?' City Taxes. Your city taxes for The wife of Capt. J. A. Doty, of Special Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo window remind 1909 aro duo. Please call and settle. Lancaster, is dead at an ndvanced age. will soil on Saturday and Sundays only THE Court of Appeals will tnko up Sho is survived by her husband and Store. B. D. Carter, collector. 6 cent BtralRhU Penny's Drue the Uaughman and McCarty contest . mm several grown children. Oct. C. TAXF.s.-T- ho tax books for 1909 aro Don't fail to too our Oxfords beforo buying. Wo have PERSONALS. Harry McKinney now ready. Come in and get your re- ment man,jACons.tho handsome monutlio lowest prices on Oxford? ever known in Stanford in Pat-cnHUY a season ticket to tho Chautauis placing monu Is visiting nt Mns. K. M. New-lanceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. ments over the graves or Mr. T. M. TniiM, Vicis, Oxfords, vc. qua, which begins here Thursday, from Richmond. Goodnight and Mrs. Mary E. Wharton James Bliss, formerly of Stanford, in HulTalo cemetery. Crab Orch- Mils Minnio Sine. Mns. J. I!. Collier, of died in the asylum at Lexington Friday. ard, it dangerously III. The splendid O. J. Crow farm will be n The petitions Rotten up by the Capt. It. II. Gentry, of Frankfort, sold nt auction Wednesday next, Aug. Ho was a Confederate soldier and a people for an election on the clever man. Is with his family hero. whisky question were to havo been filed 4th. Seo "ad" this issue. with G. L. Cahtek is very ill at tho home If you want any lettering done or noon. the county judge yesterday afterThe election will bo held about Lost. A pocket medidne case beof his son, J. M. Carter. Jr. monuments cleaned sec Harry Jacobs Oct. 1. -m Mns. A. K. Wallace went to Spring- tween my residence nnd Robert Myers'. while he is hero this week or leave M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Lightning struck one of the chimfield Sunday to visit relatives. word with J. C. McClarv. neys of Dr. W. N. Craig's brick resiMns. A. M. Hunn spent last week Our thanks arc duo and aro hereby Main street Saturday Bank Stock. A number of shares in dence onconsiderable damage to it. night with relatives near McKinney. and did Mrs. tendered Squire James McKcchnio for tho Hustonville National Bank. If not Eliza Blain, who has rooms in the Davis jent Saturday and a large sack of delightful apples. P. A. sold before will bo sold at public auc- residence, felt to a considerable extent Lick friends. Sunday with Taint 20 PER CENT. OFF on nil Children's Slippers. You will The C. W. B. M." will meet in tho tion next Monday, county court day. the Bhock. Mns. J. M. Carter, of Moreland, is find our prices on everything cli-- c in proportion to thce. lecture room of tho Christian church Apply to E. C. Walton. at Olympian Springs. recuperating THE Chntltntlntm will nnt hpcrin until Thursday afternoon, the L. A. Nevius has returned to Win- - Wednesday afternoon at the usual hour. The Lincoln county democratic com- havini? changed tho rlntn management frnm .ffs, vi.lt tn hi. mother. San Felice Cigars are for gentle- mittee met Saturday afternoon mid until that time. The big tent will be itrw Knit.niNn Hill i visiting his men of good tnste. Tho Power Grocery named the following five gentlemen stretched on the lot back of the old aunt. Mrs. McCarty, at Mt. Salem. Co., Paris, Ky., Wholesale Distribu- from which the State Board of Elec- Dougherty shop on West Main street. Those who havo attended the sessions Mr. ani Mrs. I' W. Winn- were tors. tion Commissioners will select one for of this chautauqua gathering speak of called to Liberty to sec his sister, who election commissioner of this county: Is ill. Eventually you will uso cither Rex S. T. Harris, II. Rowan Saufley, J. M. it in glowing terms. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. T. '.. Morrow and son, lloyd or Economy coal from Denham's yards. Judoi". Badly Hurt. Mrs. Josie Raney, of Alvcrson, S. J. Embry, Jr., Dock New Arlington. Md., was badly hurt at Morrow, of Somerset, are at Olympian Why not begin now and save the dif- Drye. tho home of Mr. C. M. Jones, near Spring". ference 7 Maywood, yesterday morning. She Mr. Macoitin Hardin and wife, of Hon. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, was standing in a runabout when the For Rent. Suite of rooms in Odd with his two sons and Mr. G. P. Vaugh-a- horse frightened and she was thrown Crab Orch' Harrodsburg, arc guests at Fellows' building just vacated by Hon. ard Springs. of Richmond, Va., were callers out with terrific force. We could not in that the full extent of Jones, of London, Is J. N. Saunders. Atso store-rooMiss Mmitle at the Herald olllco Friday. They were learnthey aro very serious. her injuries, but visiting her brother, Dr. Frank Jones, building. Ed Wilkinson. en route from Stanford to Lexington in .. at Maywood. The Cumberland Valley Land Co. has Uarn Hurned. Wilson Alexander, an automobile. Mr. Walton Is now enMesdames J. It. Cass and Mary Al- who lives on Hawkins' Uranch, lost his gaged in the brokerage business in Lex- sold to the Black Mountain Corporation G 630 acres of coal and timber land in bright, of Hrodhead. were guests of stock barn by fire. Tho loss is $1,200 ington and is by far too good a newsHarlan county, for about $150,000. The hero. to bo out of the harness, but company has left about 3,500 acres of friends paper man or more with (500 insurance. Prok. J. W. Ireland is at Richmond, it Seems to agree with him as he pulls its best land. The money will bo diIf you want to buy a good farm you the beam now at over 200. Harrods- - vided among the stockholders, many of assisting in tho Madison county teachwhom live here, at an early date. Mr. should attend the sale of the O. J. burg Herald. ers' institute. J. S. Hocker, secretory of the big conMrs. J. H. SriLLMAN, of Harrods- - Crow place near Turneravillo Wednescern, went to Big Stono Gap yesterday A $650 tm. vUltcd Mrs. Kusscll Dillion, of day next, Aug. I. You might get a sition. Piano. sell good business propo- to make the transfer. I will Myrtlo's Grand bargain. End. tho East Piano Stylo T. for $50 cash, and ot tho Condition of the Mr. It. P. Steele, of Coeburn, Vo.. & ifc Money. -- Mr. W. M. Bright, trustee $10 per month for 25 months with 5 per hn ,een tho cuest of Mr. W. D. Han- tho jury fund, informs us that ho cent, interest, to any one who will BANK OF MORELAND of day. round Inp. all nil. $28.00. , son in tho West End. DoIiik lluslni'ss nt Lincoln Coun- NEW YORK-E- ry Vi Norfolk and O. D. S. Co. $30.00. has the money for thoso jurors who This is very ty. Ky., Cecil Williams, editor or tho torn-crs- served at the May term of tho Lincoln make n negotiable note. equal toa any Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lalce and Ril$32.l5. At tho dost- - of business, July 8, V.'V. handsome piano. If not Times, is at Crab Orchard Springs circuit court. BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lake, Sound and Rail $600 Stcinway, or any $600 Knabe; then Itosources: recuperation. for a week's through New York, with stopovers $37.35. this beautiful piano for I.ouns nml discounts wltli one or Mrs. J. M. McCarty and littlo son, For Sale. A range and cooking you can havehavo taught throti pianos IJU7 M h surety I COMFORT-T.K- dy July 27, and Saturday, Au. 21. nnthimr. Us) U) OLD POINT Itrs: Kst.-.t-c ... ..v. -- 1... unlensils, un sized table, one oak rreu, aim Fifteen Days Limit $1230. firms, seven church organs Hue from Htutn Hanks iiiul Hunkers x.k.'o (it am in bed, one walnut bureau, one Brussels from three I'. H. ami Xnllonnl Hunk Notes ville. aro at Olympian Springs. from five different f)rms, I believe the Hix'Clo (i Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts, on Sale Daily. lu .V Summer Tourist Rates all Principal Points in Virginia, on Sale Daily. Miss Mae Phelps, of Richmond, carpet, two mattings, two kitchen ta CAI Checks nnd to Company of )en!rnft, other cash Items i Iti For full information call on or address who has been with Mrs. H. C. Hocker, bles, chairs, etc. Apply to Miss Belle Williams Organ and Piano expenses palil 110 70 GEO. V. BARNEY. D. P. A.. Chicago, the most reliable firm in Current yesterday. ST.itiT SI Unking House Denny. returned to her homo Lexington, Ky. Ticket office Phoenix Hotel. l.TiWu America. Come to tho Methodist par- Furniture iiiul Future . i Mrs. Julia Huohes left yesterday ls,7 TN for Kvansville. Ind , to visit The cloudburst of Saturday night did sonage nnd see, and try the piano. T. nfternoon I.lnlillltlrt: a great deal of damage in many por W. Barker. her daughter, Mrs. E. T. Carter. Capital took uiltl In, In caili ( 7,610 U Attorney and tions of tho county, tho Turneravillo At the Lancaster fair Friday Lincoln I' nilt tiled protlU Iti SI Commonwealth's Depo.lW mibject to check (on 45 which Intercut U nut paid) 10, Mrs. C. A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, section having suffered most. Tobacco county stockmen took tho lion's share and corn wcro washed away, water of the awards. Harris & Woods won spent last week at Olympinn Springs. 1 1S071 7s mule Htnteot Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Hct. Mrs. T. S. Weiiu and son havo re gates wero lost and much other dam tho championship the I. Chnrlen turned to Knoxvillo after a visit to her age was done. team, defeating mules that had won at ntiowi minimi A. Wllholte, cntliler of that bnnlc, do swear parents. Judge and Mrs. M. U. Saufley. the Kentucky and Indiana State Fairs th hIiovm itiitenient l true to the. bent of Prof. E. W. Gidson has been elect belief. Mary Willie, tho infant daughter ed to fill tho position as High School last year. They also won first in the my knowledge nnd A. Hamilton College for Tho Collcgo of Liberal arts (coeducational,) t'li.vui.KH Wii.iioitk, Ciuhter. Hussell Dillion, has teacher In tho of Mr. and Mrs. to Stanford Graded and championship on mule colts. W. O. Subscribed and HornMy beforo me tula Women, ami tho College of law. exconiinlnlon been very ill but is somewhat Improved, High School. He graduated with first Walker on Thursday won first in SWtnlayof July, :iv. II. I'ltuiTT, X. r. Three campuses embracing 23 acre. pires Jan. , lido. (1. sadMrs. Luella Griffin, who has been honors In 1903 at Transylvania Univer tho harness ring and M. llpes, T. A. King and Geo. V. Thirteen buildings with modem equipment. Iloltzclaw, re- sity. He has been teaching since In dle ring with his great stallion, Carroll lluun, Directors. the guest of Mrs. Annio A faculty of 56 chosen from the beet universities of America and Europe. turned to her home at Pinovillo Satur- tho public and privato schools of this Preston. Friday ho was second in tho Standardized elective courses leading to tho degrees of A. 1$. 11., S., A. day. M., aud L. L. 11. State. Ho is a young man of finished sweepstake Baddlo ring. Carroll Miss Martha Vahnon, who has been education and a capable teacher, as his landed first in the harness ring New Science lluildiug recently erected at a cost of 800,000. with tho Misses VanDovecr here, left many splendid testimonials bear wit- with his good two year-o'- d Sallio Brook Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 foreign countries. yesterday for her homo at Ashovllle, ness. by Ashland Brook. E. P. Woods & Moral Influences, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ex of In H. C. Son took tho honors on the best mule coln obedience to n Judgment the the Lin- penses. Novemcircuit court, rendered nt Faulkner Kennedy to Get a Par- under one year and were third in the ber term, 1M.H, In the action of O.' J. Oiow's Mrs. Dan Woodward and children, The session begins Sept. 13.JO0O. Write for catalogue administrator uitalnst U. J. Crow heirs and of London, and Mm. Katie Catron, of don, Gov. Willson has ordered that at stake. creditors, the undersigned commissioner three-yearhouse, on the premises, RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, will nt the mansion term in the A. M Ph. D. Leavel Green, are guests of Mrs. J. II. tho end of a 11 a.m. on Mr. J. II. Baughman is quite proud nt aboutWKDNKHIIAY. AUO. I. ltov. penitentiary Faulkner Kennedy, of this Bustle. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. otTer for sale at public outcry to the highest Miss Helen Thurmond, of Danville, county, bo released, "If ho does not of his success at the Lancaster fair nud best bidder the O, J. Crow farm, near accompanied by Miss Lyilia Lewis, is commit any other offense." The Gov- - with his mules. Especially so since it Turnersvllle, in Lincoln county, Ky., about midway lietweenHtiinford aim Hustonville erner does not make the pardon abso- was the largest mule show he has ever nnd thus described: lleglniilnunt Intersec vlsltinz her sister, Mrs. John May. e seen in the State. His great two year tion of Hinuioruxiiusioiiviiiennu'jurnert-vllllute, however, but says that "It should Simerset Times. A McCormack's Church pikes In front ai feet from Cash Miss Elizabeth Allen, after a very be void If at any time before tho expi- old, Annie Laurie, added more laurels of J.K. of McKinney plkelthencuwlth Intermidsection delightful visit to Miss Sallie Taylor ration of his original sentence ho shall to her credit by winning first in her dle of Htanford A Hustonville pike N Ki! K feet two year old class; 2nd in the Bween-- M feet ; thence N M)( K 61 W ; thence N&7J: violato any penal law." Mr. Kennedy Woods, returned to her homo at K s feet; thenoe, N 7SH K feet; thence N ; K W feet; thence N was given 21 years for participation in stako ring of 12 of tho best mules in mi K 111 feet; B&l yesterday. feet to Murphy's line; thence N1VSK who has the killing of James Shupo In the East tho State, being 2nd to tho famous six thence lea hit; center of pike with his line Misa Kusskll Stouffer, N (M: W l,M feet to n stone lit corner! been tho guest of Miss Cora Nunnelley, End. Mr. Kennedy has served about year old mulo of Mr. Craddock. of Har- thence with line of same N 87Vi K 1,417 feet din county, which has never been de- to stone corner to Cash tract; thence that at Peyton's Well, returned to her homo 1 years of his sentence. to u stone his line Kl'i feated from a colt. Annie Laurio was H DIV,N W 4i7W midfeet corner; thence corner line of feet to his at Richmond yesterday. A friend of the gentleman baa this also ono of Mr. Baughman'a young same N 70 V l feet to Hocker corner; Miss Cora Nunnelley very delight W ,781 center thence N to say about him in the Danvlllo Advo team that defeated all tho teams that In middle hh Carson feet tothence H of )lk. K ! Kate; of fully entertained a number of her bed, corner uon. narvey team KM feet to center of olJ roadNKJ), H 1131 McCoriuui'kA Carson; thence friends at her homo near Peyton'a Well cate: "ino in Congress, Helm, our won in tho champion representative has by his ring. This victory compensated him feet with McUormuck's line to stake; thence Wednesday evening in honor of her to and capablo services again laid for the disappointment of not being al- H 8 W H1,243 K feet feet;black walnut stump; &M thence H as)i K Sid thence W guest, Miss Itussell Stouffer, of Rich elllclcnt feet to locust tiee at McCoriuack town and county under obligations lowed to show in the our d ring, thence H 4U!.. W left feet to center corner; of Hike mond. in tho matter of tho government build- which required mules to bo threo years near McCoriuiiek's Kate; thence H I1M K feel; thence HStl'i KSiafeet: theneo ing, by securing a chango In its loca- old and over. Tho following is a com- riH leet to U'KlnnliiK, coulnluliu M Ilk K LOCALS. Make your homo as modern for your family as u city MU. FAKMEIt: IM tion whereby tho pavement on Fourth plete list of Mr. B's winnings at Lan- ucres. residence, nud nlaco yourself in u position to get tho latent market ipuotatious The (arm Is on n good turnpike, is near Attend the sale of tho O. J, Crow street will be widened to correspond caster: Horse mule under one year, shipping stations on two railroads und con at any time. This can bo accomplished by meatis of our telephone feervico, Wed- farm at Turneravillo It nnd venlent with the Main street sidewalk. In this 2nd; mare mulo colt under ono year tains a to schoolsfrutue churches. and con- which you ami your neighbors can get for a sum that U small compared with outdwelling nesday. connection it is well to recall to mind 2nd; maro mulo ono year and under two buildings. the benefits received. Call or address our nearcet ollice or write direct to TKIIMH. The sale will bo made on a credltt mouths In Lancaster. Dr. W. N. Craig, of that tho $30,000 additional appropria- 1st and 2nd; mare and mule colt 1st; it ,f a Hintpurchaser must giveinstallments. headquarters, Nashvillo, Teuu., for information regarding our special "Farbond with was secured horse mule, two and under three, 1st and the 1 Stanford, oculist and optician, will bo tion for this building security for the tale price, payable to mers' Lino" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone 6orvice, wo he commissioner, bearing per cent, inter, at the Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, on by Mr. Helm. He not only got the and 2nd; mare mule two and under est from date ot sale untlfpald, having the can immediately luterest you. Our Hues cover tho States of Kentucky, Tuesday next. Auk. 3, Those who need pavement widened but the building three, 1st; mare mule any age 2nd; force and effect of a Judgment and secured Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana aud tho Southern jwrtion of Indiana anil EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. should have their eye examia- - setback to there will be a tea-fopair of mulee any age, regard Im of Of nenonineiana. PAXTON, M. O. h. O. O. Illinois. J, H. grate ptet." -ownership, let. ex, aoter M. O. HsUtsWjr. AM?, tor WtsJUUC. ,4 SJ- i, u. . .i -anti-saloo- Very Low Prices! $3.50 Oxford. Special 3.00 Oxford 2.50 Oxford 1.50 Oxford 1.25 Oxford $2.69 2.29 1.98 i sj m mm U9 1.05 .I.-..- ,.. fn-rt- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, n, SUMMER RATES VIA ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY, AUG. 19tH. $16 ROUND-TRI- P $16 t Mon-lnnd- r .V.o.-tr.r- jU l 1798 Transij.vania Uoiveihj 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. four-in-ha- tok-mnl- three-year-o- ld Ia-,- Dud-der- ar Blue Grass Farm for Sale! 'to-da- s' Prs. store-houn- H. B. NORTHCOTT, -- m Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. 1 four-in-ha- H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. four-in-han- ! RURAL TELEPHONES. two-stor- y glMf edk. - w"fTr "K t ' iv""" unjuwii'1 i"jy, 'WI "WWW 'TirW' H TtRJI - "r"3 '; w H The Interior Journal. ut PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. W. H. Shanks wheat averaged 10 21 STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. est market prices. bushels. Jfcifcrrf in lA pMt'Officeat Stanford at J. M. Pettus has several good brood KorSOilnjt, In order to clean up on Maiuiind-cUlings, Druggets, I'nrpett, Huns, Ktc. Will mares for sale. natter. Let J. S. Murphy, the McKlnncy give 10 per cent, reduction. Ilnvesome mr bnrgnlnsln millinery. Mnmo big tmrgntns In close nuts In w nil pnper, Nice selection miller, do your custom grinding. of framed pictures. Now Is your time to buy J. S. Murphy, the McKlnney miller, sen n linmlsome mantle mirror. Call and . No. Jl.Houth.lUMr. selection of has Just received a fresh car load of uooiltliein. Choice melnl nnd wood,rocVers, No.l,80Uttl,ll:MA M. meini llneor imhis, 4:W A. m, No. Ji, North, nnd wool fotdtns Imls.erllM.cott. mattress- salt. No. , North, :J7 r. M. es, springs, munches, Davenports, chairs, No, 17, 10:17 A.M. Durham & Cecil shipped Ave carloads sultcnses, grips, trunks, extension tables, tnliles, eablnets, glnss. of Irish potatoes from Danville last centrefloors, rtc. medicine see us. I'ftll nun Sfi.ll, Well equipped stock of funernl supplies, JOS. 3. BICE, Agent. week. Hervlce night or day, For Sale. I have COO Rood young O. II. ritUITT. Moreland, Ky. ewes. Will sell cheap. R. E. Henry, Lancaster, Ky. Take your wheat and corn to J. S Surgeon Lincoln Circuit Court. Murphy, the McKlnney miller. High PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, Moreland, Kentucky, Commissioner's Salel Lincoln Circuit Court. L. &N.TITCETHBLE A. S. PRICE, Dentist, Commissioner's Salel Dr. S. O. Eads, formerly of Mercer Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store in county, sold his farm near the Oweley Building. Warrensburg, III., at $165. A good, gentle family horse, also I buggy and harness for sale. Sec Mrs. McClary, Stanford. The f Arm of MOncrt-s- , of good blue grass Catherine (i nil, lying one mile North ot McKlnnojr.on For Sale. 400 stock ewes, 2 to 4 the Htnnford pike, tniprorements nnd years old. Sell cheap If taken at once. fencing good; plenty of water and fruit. Alto arret of timbered land one mile Ky. LanKaitof Mc Kinney; half under fence; plenty Jas. McKcchnle, Hubble, of water nnd good tobacco land. Hee caster phone 334. OIVKNS. Agent. J. A. EWE3 for sale. BOO ewes bought in McKlnney, Ky, Wayne and Russell counties. No Western ewes In the lot. Coulter & Middleburg, Ky. Have Tour menture tnlcen by n tnllor of ex perlence. Then your clothes, whether a low For Sale. 123 stock ewes; good price Dullness suit or me iinest evening clotbet, will haw that Individuality and nt ones. Just a little extra good. Call at which plainly Indicate they were made to my place and see them or write or your measure. I will nlo take your measure for extra trousers, fancy estt, top me at Yosemite, Ky. They are coats and overcoats. Hnrlng and Hummer samples on hand ready for jour Inspection. 1 to 5 years old. Lincoln Wells. II. O. IIU PLK Y.The Tailor, A yellow Jersey heifer, weighing Htnnford, Ky. about 450 pounds, came to my place CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! about three weeks ago. Owner can as get her by paying for this notice and I can furnish the public with the best, well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of her keep. J. W. Peek, Stanford, R. nil kinds bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make n specialty ot wreuths F. D. No. 3. for for funeral purposes. I have about 150 acres of good blue In connection with the nloe, I lime all kinds of M'jetnbles on hand nt reasonable grass land with a modern six room prices. dwelling, two large barns and all nec OIUHBTMAN OIIKEN HOt'SEH. Kb HcniiAKn, 1'rob. Htnnford, Ky. essary outbuildings, everlasting water and well fenced, on a good pike and in Insures Tobacco and Tobacco fine community. Price and terms right. Address box 2S2, Hustonville, Ky. Walter O. Walker turned down an d Nothing But offer of $3,300 for his great stallion, Carroll Preston. Shelby T. Harbison, of Lexington, made the The Insurance Man. offer. By the way this great horse won second in the sweepstake saddle STANFORD, KY. ring at the Lancaster fair Friday, comResidence Phone 84: OUlce, M. ing second to the famous Edna Mae, Insure vith me and be fully seven years old, and defeating Mattic protected. Bales, five years old. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN214-ncr- o FARM FOR SALE 1 grow-nctcro- ' When Ordering Clothes tele-pho- As directed liy n Judgment o( the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered nt the Mny term, liui.ln the action of J. M. Hulls ndmlnls-trnto- r, against I. M. llruce,.tc. the undersigned will, nt nlxiut I r. M.on MOKDAY.Aru.trril.lWW, County Court Day. In front of the Court Housedoor In Htnnford, Ky.. otTer for sale nt pulillc outcry to the highest nnd liest bidder, on n credit of A months, nrst, thn frame llrery stabloandlut knonnastheold Clirlttlnn cliu ch lot In Htnnford, Ky., Iwunded on the North by the lot of T. ft. llnll, Knit by Depot Ht Houtli by lot of i nrr. esi oy ioi oi j. it. iinugll-ma- n A Co.. fronting about Hi feet on Depot Hi., nnd running Iwck about llri fret, with rlght.of.wny 15 feet wide to Mill Mt. trnctof land owned by I. M. Itruee lying lietween I.. AN. It. H. nnd Htanford A llrnb Orchard pike, hounded on the Knst by lot belonging to Lincoln County building nnd sat lugs association, on West liy lot of Mrs.M.C Ilurnslde. The object ot the sale Is to satisfy the judgment of V. It. Ik'uhnm for fr"i with Interest from June A, li", to l cnlculntnl nt rests, the Judgment of M. J. IlotTmnn for tW with (I per cent, from Jnn. 10. W the Judgment of Mr. If nil's ndmlnls- trntor for with xr cent, from Oct. In IMif, credited by 117 pnld April Is, wu, nnd the Judgment of W. 1. Wnltou for J7ii with Interest from Kept, IW, credlteil ns follows! Ill nnldouench of following dntes. V tmld Pee. Oct. IV W Oct. I, VI Oct. 1. jo. VI liu Mont. to. w. I1J-. iu.ro Keli. ii. MiiyS.MI. tS, on ench of following Mutes Juno II. lit, Nov. 13 Ut, Htpt. 1, Ml, Jim. 10, . 6, p.! Hept. 91, V !. ct. l The purennsers will lie retilred to glt-e-. bonds with good security for the purchnso price. MjnlU to the commissioner. lcnr-In- g Iegul Interest from date of snle until pnld.nnvlng the force nnd etTect of n Judgment nnd secured by lien. J. II. I'AXTON. M. O. L. V. O. J.N. Mnunders, Attorney for I'latntllT. seml-nnnuM 1, Frank Hpoonntnore nd etc.. PlnlnlKTt. ts Ilettlo Hixmnanior and etc., Iivfeudants. All Summer rooU must lie sold nt Cosl. Wc nro overcrowded and munt Pursuant to n Judgment of thn Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt Its Mny term, make room for our Fall stook of new, fresh goods. Noto tho prices: HCH, 111 theaboT styled action, the undersigned master commissioner, will, on Men's Suits wcro yelling nt $22 T0 now MONDAY AIH1UHTWI! Iimi. 811 irt nt t o'clock, p. m.. In front of the court house Men's Suits wcro Selling nt S1H 00 now 12 IKS door In the city of Htnnfonl, l.lncolnCounly Ky.,sellnt public outcry to tho highest nnd Men's Suits wcro Selling nt 81i 00 now herein-nfte- r 10 08 best bidder the three tracts of Innd described nnd which were owned by Men's Suits were Selling nt 812 TiO now 8 1)3 ot Ills John Z. Hpoonnmoro at tho lime dentil. Men's Suits were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 .18 Trnct No. I. known ns the JohnK.Hpoonn-mor- e home plncc containing nboutsTimcrcs, Men's Suits were Selling itt $ 7 50 now I 18 situated nlwut I1, miles from Htanford on the Duddernr" Mill turnpike, lielng hounded Oil the North by said road nnd the James Pepplei Innd, on the Houtli dr a dirt road Men's Shoes were Selling nt 8 1 00 now 83 2." and W. II.Duddernr, nn thn West by Dud- uernr's .Mill mail nmi v. II. iiuiiuernr nnu Men's Low Shoes wcro Selling nt i' SO now 2 08 on thn Knst br tleorcn llnmmond's heirs and Itrndy heirs. This Innil Is well Improv Men's IiOw Shoes were Selling nt 811 00 now 2 .'18 necesed, lias History resilience una nil sary outbuildings. Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 hi) now 1 03 Tract No. containing 17 ncrest roods nnd II poles, situated on Dutldernr's Mill Turnpike ntmut 1 miles from Htnnfonl nnd found- Indies' Ix)w Shoes weie Selling ntt'i 50 now 82. ,18 ed and deserllml ns follows) llegtnnlng nt n Lndicx' Ix)v Shoes were Selling nt8.'l 00 now stone corner to C M. nnd Klllnh Hpoonn-mor2 10 thence N J K HI poles is links to n 1 08 Ladies' I)w Shoes were Selling nt 82 fiO now take In center of Dudderar's Mill turnpike rood, thence with same S 71 K Si olesi 1 .18 l.ndies'Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 00 now thence N 7i'(. K IS Doles 15 links til n stake In center of same nt end of county road.thenri' 1 11) Ladies' Iitiw Shoes were Selling nt 81 SO now HIIHKSUNlei ton stone on Knst side of county rond nnd corner to Mcl'hcnrson tract, thence H I W nil poles 17 links to n Strnw 1 Fats, 81 T)0 Vnluo now 8.03 stone on Knst side ot said rond, corner to Klljnh Hpoonnmoro, thence N 7t W TS oles 1 Straw Hnts, 82 00 Vnho now 38 . to Trnct No. 8. containing nr, ncres on the Straw Hats, 8H 00 Vnlue now 2 21 Creek N'glnnlng nt n wnters of lxgnn' gnteiKist Trior's line, thence wllh the cenStraw Hats, 8.1 50 Value now 2 08 ter of the lane N SI KJH oles 15 links to a stone In the center of the lane, thence N K&iioles 15 links ton stake In lane, corner to Pepples.theuce with IVpples line N (W W KV 77 imiIcs 9) links to n stake, thence N nenr the corner of It links to Giles lot, thence n stake 101 poles 7 links to n N R9 W stone. H. j. Kmiiry's line, tnence nis line n ?tS v an oles links to n stnke comer to WUherV In said Kmbn's line, thence with the Withers nnd i'rlor llnoMM K KS Kles5 links to the beginning. These three tracts will tie sold separntely nnd on n credit of six months. Ilonds with good security for the purchnso price will lie required of the purchasers, pnynble to the commissioner. Ix'arlng legnl Inten'st from date of ale until Hild,hnlng the force nnd eueci oi n luugmeui nnu necureti oy lieu tin the Innd. Theshnrvsof the four Infnnt will not Im, tmtd but shnll remnln n lien on the Innd.lo-nrlnInterest until the Infants becoiuoof age, or the gunrdtnn executes the bond required by section JVtl of ' clillciHle. CUT PRICES: Iw I e, thelH-ginnlug- li 1 SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Oliver Plows, J. II I'AXTON, M. U. I C. l O. D. Florence, I,. It. Hughes, Atlys. Disc Harrows and the Superior Grain Drill are three im- Jesse larns. Insurance. D. Wearen, three-year-ol- The Great TY FOR SALE ! Cured Hay Fever and Summer thereon, with ullneresftiiryoutbulldluirsnnd good, new Imrn 40x80. Well wntvred. six never falling springs nnd creek running through. TKitju. 4 cash In hnml.bnlnnce one nnd two years from clay of tale, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. Persons looking for such place please write or see V. O. Walkek, Htnnford. A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on new plku near l'olnt Imell nnd six miles si acres, fcouiu oi ijincasier, coimuninn well located in pond neighborhood, tlng part of the John Walker tract, wltlin hand-tom- e seen-roonew, two-stor- y residence Cola A.S. Xusbaum, Batesville, Indiana, writes: "Last year I sutlered for threo months with a summer cold so distressing that It Interfered with my business. I had many of the symptoms of hay fover, and a doctor's prescription did not reach my case, and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate It. Fortunately I insisted upon having Foley's Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me. My wife has since used Foley's Honey and Tar with the same success " Sold by New Stanford Drug Co He got down on his knees; She thought he would propose; swift her spirits rose. But hope sped like a breeze, Uh, disappointment keen. He got down on his knees To mend the old machine. She Danville Fair, Aug. 3, 4, 5 and 6. Four Days of Pleasure and Entertainment. Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section. portant articles necessary in raising your wheat crop. We have them all ready for you. You wil! make no mistake in buying this line. Call on us when we can serve you. W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHOINY given to losses which are paid without discount. and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention Life, Live Stock, Health Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, sat in languid ease-W- hile Chicago News. 0 the weak nerves that are cry ing out for help. Then help them, don't drug the btomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize these weax Inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and seo how fnst good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Is It Best Fair in Central Kentucky. I have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS, tho bwt wn"on on the market for the moiiev. See them Iielore Iiuviiil'. ns there hai , . - o' been n great improvement m their construction. J.L.Beazley&Co., The Hotel Tybee, on Tybeo Island, 18 miles from Savannah, Ga., was com pletely destroyed by fire. All the guests mde their escape. The hotel was crowded, the season being at its height. The loss will amount to at least $100,- 000. $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. TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET: BOUTllllOUM). E. T. PEVCE, STAMFORD. KY. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. fljBRSHi&3HHRnky UndeitiKers and Embalm, Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Rug?. They will eie'iange Furniture for all Kin la of Stock. Give Them a Call.- - Prices Right. era. Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped in 20 minutes suro, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. ,eo full formula on 25o box. Sold by Penny's Druj; Storo. Luk Wing, Chinese Vice Consul, was Capital, Surplus, Special Resources, 3; H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON, PRESIDENT $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. DRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, A8ST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER , HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. DIRECTORS t shot to death in his office in New York. His assailant, a Chinaman, was arrested. No motive for the crime has been learned and Wing's assailant insists he shot in e. J. 15. ftTAftFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. i C. McClary, The llttlo Caudy Cold Cure Tablets NOirriiitou.vi). vailed Prevention, will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. Somerset Try them! Sold by Penny's Science Hill Druj; Storo Leave U:-- '0 Pulaski..... ,4 JLt KY- - Undertaker. Embalmer and ttonler In Harneei, Saddlery, STANFORD. Noah II. Marker, the assistant cash Eubauks ier of the First National Bank of Tip- Wayuesburg ton, Ind who, it is alleged, embezzled more than 8100,000 of the bank's funds, King's Mountain South Fork has returned home. McKinney Gov. Willson appointed Capt. Harry C. Grinstead, of Louisville, Colonel Moreland commanding the First Regiment, K. S. llowen G to succeed Col. W. U. Haldeman, Junction City resigned. Arrive in Danville John C. Shoffer, of Chicago, has purchased a controlling interest in the Louisville Herald. A miscreant entered Josatlion's cut rate saloon at Catlettsburg and destroyed 8C.000 worth of 0:11 0:47 0:57 10:04 10:11 10:17 10:20 lOi.'iiam 10,40 am 10:40 am 10:07 am am am am am um am am am Danville Junction City Roweu Moreland McKinney South Fork King's Mountain Wuyncsburg Eubauks Pulaski Scieuco Hill Arrivo at Somerset 7:10 pm ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2J6,5O0 7:04 pin Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety 7:09 pm Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. G:3.'i pm Lcavo 0:00 pm 0:03 pin 0:13 pm 0:18 pin 0:27 pm Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shauks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stauford , ii, nnaiiKs, oiaiiioru; i, yj. uau- uuiiu xuBici, omnium; kiii, Lancaster; J. II. I'uxton, Stauford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubblo, Lancaster; W. II. Cummiiis, 1'reachersvillo; Lilhurn Gooch. Gilberts Creek. .. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 0:41 pm 0:48 pm 0:55 pm OFFICERS. I. S. Hoclcer, President,, S. ocmm'at.i. Hen Pnoi I. too. T. B. BRIGHT.Pres. I. M. DUNN,Sec. T. Harris, John ), Mcltobarts, Cashier; II. C. Biughmm, Ant. Cath'r W. B. OBannon J. S. Hockar, W.W . Sauadsr j, Bookkeeper. C.JE. Tato. DIRECTOR. . H. Baughman, M D. Elmore, J. M. I'ettui, I!. C. Daugbmio, J F. Curaailns, S. T. Harris, no. C. Roblnsoo, V, Held, I