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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): August 6, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909080601_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): August 6, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Interior Journal. TOL. XXXVII. MARKSBURY. r, T1 .1 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 0. 1909. NO. 46. MIDDLEBURG. NEWS NOTES. The W. M. W. will meet at the Bap"Wots" won out after an exciting iiiwk miis Jennie awopo tist church Saturday afternoon for the local option contest In Delhi, O., a sub InRton. Hro. Shouse is holding a meeting nenr; transaction of buiintss. All members urb of Cincinnati. W, P. Lawson, of Leo City, died Harrodsburit. but will lie home in ume are requested to be present. George W. Drye and Miss Wesley from the elTects of injuries received In to fill his place at the Fork Sunday. Mr. A. J. KIcp, who hns malarial drove to Liberty Saturday and wero a quarrel over n game of ball. A meeting will bo held at Lexington, fever, I better. N. II. Bonk Jr., of married. Mr. and Mrs McClellan accompanied them. September 1, to form an organization Lexincton.ti visiting John Itoyston, Jr. Sam Snarp, Q. It Jones, John Cou- of the commercial clubs of the central Farmers aru all through with wheat, now Into meadowa and hemp, all thoso lter, Joo Elliott und It. M. Sharp will section of tho Stato. Charles H. Moycr was at Denver who can keep awny from Danville fair leavu Thursday fur u week's sojourn on president of the Western II, M. Stnnalfer preached his farewell thu banks of Green river ul Neata ville. aermon at the Orovo Sunday, having They will cuinp out, do their own cook Federation of Miners, This is Moyer's eighth term in that nlilce. accepted the work at Borea for till full ing and have a general good time. Coulter & McCormack are about the Adjutant General P. P. Johnston was time. May God's blessings bo with him llvlleat stock dealers we havo had in held over to tho grand jury in $100 for In hit new work. Quite a number enjoyed the hoipltal. this lection in years. They arc on tho caning Denny Goodo, editor of tho Fo Ity of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Kout Thurs- move day in and day out and there is cus, a Louisville publication. The report of the expert accountant day, when they entertained in honor of nothing too large, or loo small, too fat their daughter, Mn. It. A. McGrath, or too poor for them to buy. Besides who examined the books of Hiram they seem to pay good prices for every- Smcdley, who was County Clerk at and aon, Richard, of North Carolina. Paducah, alleges that Smedley is short M. F. Kout has bought a farm near thing. A protracted meeting has been in I1D.771 15. Lexington and will movo about Sept. 1. Tho Varderen family held a reunion Wo give these splendid neighbors and progress at the Christian church at Willi sinco July 27. Kcv. Joseph in Harrison county. The event was friends up with much regret. them much success In their new home, Montgomery Is being assisted by lluv. held at the old house built by Bainey members and arc ready to welcome them back at '.. T. Williams, of Columbia. Mrs. Vandcren In 1790. Eighty-on- e Williams is with her husband and as were present. any time. James A Flaherty, of Philadelphia, Mr. Will Anderson, of Alabama, is sists in the song service, which is quite visiting Mr. Josh Kemper. Ho preach- an Interesting feuture. Luther Tomes was elected auprcmo knight of the naed a fino sermon at tho Fork Sunday. united with the church Sunday, which tional body of Knights of Columbus, in If people would only take some of the is the only addition to date. The meet- session at Mobile. M. II. Carmody, of vnad advice how much happier we all ing will likely continue through this Grand Rapids, Mich , was elected deputy supreme knight. would be. Sowing wild oats, we will week. Wilson Jones, of Moody, Texas, arThe strike situation at McKee's never reap pleasures. Mr. It. A. McGrath.of Greenville. N. rived a few duys ago und is shaking Rocks, Pa., assumed more serious proC , will arrive Friday to spend a few hands with ins friends. Miss Bessio portions, when 155 of the men sent by days. Dick travels for Belknap &. Co., Winfrey, of i'ellyton, is visiting Miss the Hudson River Company to comof Louisville. Kv. Mrs. Mack Elliott Bessie Lawhorn ut Yosemite and tak- plete a number of cars for use in the and Mils Kliia Ison will join a crowd at ing in tho protracted meeting. Clay new Manhattan subway, joined the Lexington Wednesday for a trip to Vest and family, of Burnside, are vis- strikers. Niagara. Buffalo. Cleveland and other iting his father, John Vest. Little Lumbermen representing all parts of points of interest. Tho crowd will be Mij.cs Ida Muy und Irene Kelsny, of the South met in Montgomery to work Burnside, were guests of Mrs. Jason against the adoption of the forestry chaperoned by Edd C. Gains, or Miss Alice Henderson, of Florida, Colfey und other triends at Yosemite. bill now pending in the Senate. Tho urnved Sunday to spend several weeks Miss Bessio Lee is with her grand par- bill would restrict tho cut to with her cousin, Mrs. M. T. Kobinson. ents, Col. and Mrs. Miller, ut Kings-vill- trees, and the lumbermen claim this Geo. I. Fogle, of Venito, Oklu., will reduce the output to twelve or More About The Kings Mountain is with tils mother, Mrs. Martha Fogle. fifteen hundred feet per acre. Graded School. Kentucky Fair Dates. POLITICAL. In a letter last week to the Inteiuok Bluegrnss Fair, Lexington, August Pulaski county democrats will nomiJournal J. W. Acton and M. G. Murnate candidates for county offices by a phy made the following statement in -G days. convention Aug. 28. luylorsville, Aug. 104 days. regard to Kings Mountain Graded Tho Alabama House passed the bill Fair, Mlddlesboro, Aug. 11 School: At a regular meeting or tho agreeing to an income tax amendment 4 days board of truitees in May, when wo reto the Constitution of the United States. Harrodsburg. Aug. 12 II days. tired as President and Secretary, Dr. The Carmichael bill providing for Lawrenccburg, Aug. 171 das. informed them that tho tax had Acton State-widprohibition was passed by Richmond, Aug. IS Udajs. to bo levied in June and that Murphy the Alabama House by a vote of 75 to urged the secretary to sco that tho tax Perry ville, Aug. 18- -3 duys. 19. Burbourville, Aug. IS 3 days. was levied in fiscal year. This was A company of women sufTragists Brodhcad, Aug. 183 days. never put before tho board in that way. started by trolley from Boston to make Shelby ville, Aug. 215 days. but wo were Informed that wo had a tour of the Stato in tho interest of plenty of time to levy tho tax und all Elizabethtown, Aug. 243 days. "votes for women." Springfield, Aug. 2.ri 4 duys. members of tho board were willing to C L. Searcy has retired from the levy tho tax at nny time, but thought Ixjndon, Aug. 25 J days. race for tho Democratic nomination for It not nueessarv to mako the levy so Somerset, Aug. 314 days. Representative from Madison county, Wo did not have a copy of the ..ii-lv- Frankfort, Aug. 314 days. 4 i.hnnl Inw nnri failed leaving a clear field to L. H. Herring-toto get one and Nicholasviile, Aug. 31- -4 days. ward compelled to depend upon tho re Hurdslonn, Sept. 1 I days. Tho Georgiu House killed a bill to tiring president and secretary, who did Puris, Sept. 7 i days. insert nn income tax in tho Stato tax have tho school law for information. Monticello, Sept. 7- -4 days. In their letter they say they retired as Kentucky State Fair, IouisvilleSept. measure. The bill fixed a tax of one tenth nf I pr cnt. tipon hII gross in. tirniident and secretary in May. Ul comes over 5,O00. which was equiv rieora of tho now board were not elect- In Mur Washington's Plufyuo Spots alent to 51 per $1,000 straight tux. .i .mill thn Jth dav of Juno. Democrats of Uussell county, in a dephy's statement ho said ho urged the llr In thu low, murhy bottom of tho secretary to see that tax was levied in I'otomtu-- , tho breeding ground of ma- legate convention, put out the followfiscal year. On or about July 10th laria germt. Thesu germs cause chills, ing ticket: For County Attorney, J. when Murphy wasaked if ho knew tho fever and ague, blltoiixnoos, lauudleo, M, Meadows; County Superintendent, tlmu had nassed to low tnx. ho answer latitude, weakness and general de- W. II. Barnard, Circuit Court Clerk, n,: "Yes. I know it had to bo levied bility and bring huilerlng or death to Edgar Johnson; Sheriff, U. T. Selby; in June but didn't think there wai any thousands ) early. Hut Electric Hit- Jailer, II. T. Bernard; Assessor, A. L. uso saying anything about it." Wo ters never fail to destroy them and Foley. Gov. Willson has appointed Homer They nrotho aro sorry tho tax was not levied but are euro malaria troubles tonic und euro for ma- W. Batson, Judge of the Jefferson Cirulllimr to bear our part of the criticism best and expect other members of the board laria I over used," writes It M. cuit Court, Common Pleas, First DivisJames, of Louollen, S. C. They euro ion, to succeed tho lato Judgo Emmet to dj the aamo. V. F. Lane, President. Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Hlood Field. Judge Batson's tenuro of office W. B. Smith; Troubles und will prevent Typhoid. by this appointment lasts only to tho Mr Momas Wall. Secretary. Try them, flOo. Guaranteed by Pen- regular election in November. Batson, who is a eon of Mr. It. H. Bat-sony' Drug Store. Tho bill for a prohibition amendment of Lancaster, is the republican BtCAU8E Denny Goodo referred to nominee for tho offico to which ho has to tho Constitution camo up in the Ala bama House It provides for an elec him as "Peacock" 1'. Johnston, in his been uppointed. tlon on this amendment on tho first paper, Tho Focus, Maj. P. P. Johnston, ' Twas A Glorious Victory. Monday after tho lyeplration of three adjutant general, walked into tho letmonths after tho present session end. ter's olTlco in Louisville and struck him There's rejoicing In Fedora, Tenn. Tho bill forever prohibits the manufae over the head with u heavy cano. Tho A muu's life as been sued, and now ture, sale and keeping for salo of alco Major hadn't called out tho Stato Mili- Dr. King's Now Discovery is tho talk holic and malt liquors and other intoxi tia to assist him in quelling Goodo up of tho town for curing C. V. l'epporof deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could , eating liquors and beverages, with tho to tho hour of going to press. exception that alcohol may bo sold for work nor got about," ho writes, For Indigestion und all stomach not medical, scientific and mechanical purtho doctors did me nogood, but, troublo tako Foley's OrlnoLaxatlvo, "und poses, and wine for sacramental purafter using Dr. King's New Discovery as it stimulates tho stomach aud liver poses, under such regulations as the weeks, I feel liko a new man, und and regulates tho bowels and will posi- three good work ugalu." For weak, Legislature may prescribo. tively euro habitual constipation. can do boro or diseased lungs, Coughs and No msttor how long you have Bu- Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co, Colds, Hemorrhages, Hay Fover, ffered, Foley's Kidney Hemcdy will gentAsthma or any Bronchial afMrs. S. L. Howeii, of And Hen, Wotterson still feeds help you. t.uf- - ly, oh, to gently, from the hand of Col. fection it stands unrivaled. I'rlco 60c. Wnvno. W. Va.. writes: I was a and 81. Trial bottlo free. Sold and Whallen. The Courier-Journfercr from kidney disease, so that at John Louisvilio Democrats to stand guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storo. got out of bed, and urging times I could not and true. Is indeed a sight for the when I did I could not stand straight. firm Tho Stato rested Its case at tho inOno gods and goddesses. Glasgow times. I took Foley's Kldnoy Uetnedy. sanity hearing of Harry Thaw at White dollar bottlo and part of tho second A tickling ordry cough can bo quick- Plains, N. Y., and rebuttal testimony cured mo entirely." It will euro you. ly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough was begun. Mr. Jerome's last witness Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co. Kemedy. No opium, no chloroform, was Dr. Carlos Macdonald, who pronounced Thaw a paranoiac of tho denothing unsafo or harsh. Sold by generate typo. Calhoun Harris, secretary and assist-an- t cashier of the Orr cotton mills at Penny's Drug Storo. to All persons aro recommended Anderson, S. C, was arrested and Commissioner of Agriculcuro Rankin take Foloy's Kidney Kemedy for backExpert says that the wet weather has greatly charged with breach of trust. ache, rheumatism and Kidney and accountants who aro goinir over his damaged wheat, oats and tobacco. Tho bladder troublo. It will quickly corluutba annnnniafl hitfnra the Arrest that corn crcp is especially large this year. rect urinary Irregularities, which, it ' ftW.OOO was missing. Harris said the m apparent uhortage win oe lounu 10 ue , Directors of the American Tobacco neglected, may develop Into a serious due to clerical errors. It will restore health and Company declared a quarterly dividend Illness. tmm December wheat contracts fell to 991 of 2i per cent, and 71 per cent, extra strength, Sold by New Stanford Drug on tho company' cosmos stock. Co. ts) u Chloago. .1. ! HUSTONVILLE. Mrs. Hill Spalding, of Louisville, is spending a few weeks with her father, Dr. Alcorn. The handsome little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Carpenter, we are sorry to I report, is seriously ill. Myers & Vaughn shipped Tuesday to Cincinnati a car load of lambs at 4c and a car of butcher stuff at 31 to 4c. Joslah Bishop's suckling colt, out of Bishop's (Juecn and by Dignity Dare, took the $10 stake with nine entries at tho Lancaster fair. The thanks of tho carrier on Route 1 is tendered to the happy owners of "Helmwood Heights" for a generous supply of good apples. Matt Reynolds killed a large spread ing viper snake in his garden that contained by actual count G9 young ones from four to six inches long. James and Cecil Dye and Mrs. Dye, of Oakland City, Ind., have returned home after a two weeks' visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Dye. A bumper crop of hay, corn and tobacco is seemingly a certainty in this vicinity. There never was a more flattering prospect and the horny hand sons of toil may be happy yet. Miss Katherine Elizabeth Blain, a raro little 10 pound beauty, arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Blain last week to make home pleasant while traveling down life's Western slope. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Cullen and Eon, Cecil, left Friday for Danville, accompanied by Miss Alice Lyon. From Danville, after a few days' stay, they will go to their home at Wichita, Kansas, their future home. Ray Horton, of Mitchellsburg, sent for Lair's human trailers Saturday. An old Negro's house had been broken into. They trailed several miles to Gran Cecil's on Salt River and caught the man, Thomas Cook, with the goods on him. He was placed in jail at Dan ville. Frank Vaughn tenders his thanks to friends and neighbors who so kindly and patiently cared for and with willing hands gave aid in tho dark hours of his distress. Aho to Messrs. Dinwiddle and Surber for their generous donations. "The Lord giveth and tho Lord Blessed be His holy taketli away. I l m I .- -: PRICES OUT ON- - Ladies' Oxfords, REGARDLESS OP Lan-cast- e. e. In Order to Reduce the K- Stock. Trl-Stat- e e n. d n, name. At the beautiful home of Misses Rose und Margaret McCormack on West Main street a most oleasing social function was enjoyed by a number of young people on Saturday evening. No effort was spared in the entertainment of those who graced tho occasion and all wore glad to have been guests of the Misses McCormack. KENTUCKY. Dr. Carl heeler and wife and two friends came over Sunday from Lexington in an automobile und took supper at tho Emporium flats. Dr. Leo F Huffman, wife and daughter, of Lexington, left last on u European tour, tobe absent until October. John McCluro and sister, Miss Francis, were Kentucky. 0T guests of C. K. McCluro and family. In order to secure a largo circulation and thereby many advertisements, a weekly publication of Tennessee, made a prico of 25c per year and secured many subscribers on rural routes from here. Two to three months before the S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, year expired the papers were stopped. J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. J. B. PAXTON, No explanations followed the numerous H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER inquiries abont tho stoppage and a U. HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. S. district attorney has been notified. DIRECTORS! T. L. Carpenter bought of Geo. tho livery stable lot and is ar- J. 1$. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stauford ranging to build u large barn. He will John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shauks, Stauford; T. C. Ran- also build a nice residence on Main khi, Lancaster; J. U. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. street, just West of tho Wheeler flats. H. Cummins, Prcuchorsville; Lillmrn Adams Bros, are preparing to rebuild Gooch, Gilberts Creek. brick building a much larger, than tho one recently burned. Rev. Mills will likely closo a deal for a good Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, Wi-c- Cfte Lincoln Capital, eonnty Rational Bank $50,000.00 4O.O00.O0 Stanford, Surplus, Resources, 340,000.00 Din-widd- ia two-stor- y o, al brick building on tho lot adjoining Adams Bros. Tho building fever is epi demic and tho boom will cover more than tho burned district and we may bo happy yet. Following is tho program of tho Literary und Musical Club, which was to havo been rendered at Alcorn's Opera House hist Friday evening, but was unavoidably delayed until this, Friday evening. Recitation Blancho Harnett. Essay Mabel Mc Warriner. Solo Katherine Cluro. Current Events John Back, Denver, Neal, James Hall, Orestes Floyd, Wm. Peavvhouse. Dialoguo Rose Sandidge Duet Margaret and alattlo Lipps. and Mrs. John li. Riffe. Recitation -Humor Sadie Eads. Ama Barker. Oration Paul Willis. It is a lamentable condition of affairs when young people of such an Intelligent community will neglect such an important funcWm. W. P. tion as this. Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de Buggies. Theio uro plenty cheaper huggic but there aro none better. Uuggy work, 810; phaeton, 812; surreys, 811 und up, uecord. painting, iirt-cla-- s ing to tho size. Tor set, buggy steel tirci, best quality, ut 83.fi0. Buggy und lelined Uuggies in 'M ounce rubber ut 88. tops in leather and relincd lor 82.1). Rubber tires, at 810. Huggies tho best on tliQ market nud the lowest prices, Goodyear mid Kelley, at 814. Ilest Goodrich at 810. Wo solicit your trade. Seared With A Hot Iron, m or scalded b overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by slummed door injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once is Hucklen's Arnica Salve to subdue lullamuiatlon aud kill the pain. It'tearth's supremo healer, Infallible for Holli, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25o at Uliuok Penny' Drug Store. Mako your homo us modem for your family as a city MR. FARMER: residence, aud pluco you reel fin a position to get tho lutest market quotation at any time. This can bo accomplished byiiieausof our telephone wrvieo, which you und your neighbors cau get for a sum that is small compared with the beuefits received. Call or address our uearcst ollico or write direct t headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far-iner- s Liuo" rate. If you aro not at present enjoyiug telephone service, wo cau immediately interest you. Our liues cover tho States of Kentucky, Teuuessee, Mississippi, Louisiaua aud the Southern iwrtiou of Indiana aud R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. RURAL TELEPHONES. EA8TTENNE3SEBTEL.&TKL.CO. (iMCOUrOUATKU) n ? WgPPT'W pypjir tjr 'T w r x BRODHEAD. Rev. Piko will preach at tho Baptist church Sunday night next. E. C. WALTON Brooks Bros., of Gum Sulphur, have their saw mill on Copper creek about OUSTS DEMOCRATS. ready to begin work. Chas. Pike, of Knoxville, presented Judge Parker, after holding up the his sister Miss Eliza, of this place, with two year, decided cases for nearly a fine upright piano. Wednesday that Mayor John Skaln, Prof. Teagarden, who was to havo Assessor Doyle, Attorney Mulr and taught tho graded school here, has officials, Lexington Mnsncr, Jailer withdrawn and now thero is an opening were not elected to those offices be here for some good teacher. cause of alleged fraud in tho election Rans Brown, of nenr Quail, who sufWe and declared the offices vacant. fered a stroko of paralysis, died and are not fully familiar with tho status was burled In tho Providence cemetery of these cases, but it looks liko the who, nfter last Suturday. Mr. Brown was a highjudge was actuated, somewhat at least, Gen. P. P. Johnston, by piquo because the democrats did not high honoM from the democratic party, ly respected citizen of tho Glades secwant to have him become a life tenant is filling tho office of adjutant general tion. The Hamiltonian Society will give of tho office of circuit judge of Fayette by the appointment of a republican govcounty, which ho has held for IS years, ernor, caned n Louisvillo newspaper three fine entertainments hero during and decided to contest tho nomination man for referring to him as "Peacock" week of fair. At present wo aro to givo name of each play but wo for another term with him with Mr. P. Johnston. Tho doughty general George R. Hunt. Judge Parker an- would doubtless kill a man if ho were vouch for a good show, as tho particinounced his candidacy for renomina-tio- to refer to him, which, let it bo under- pants havo been very busy practicing but subsequently withdrew in an stood we do not, as Philander Phiddlo-stick- s for some timo. Mr. J. G. Frith asks us to say that manner, claiming that tho Johnston. As an political authorities had stacked tho man he should not bo so thin skinned, the large potato which he raised was an cards on him in the selection of election and he is personally too clever to let Irish potato, thinking that come may think It n sweet potato. Wo were officials. Since then ho seems to have his angry passions rise. laughed at for saying it weighed 1 been listening to the siren voice of the Dr. Nuttall, charged with tak- pounds but it boat that; it actually After republicans to become an independent candidate to succeed himself. There- ing advantage of a femalo idiot under weighed one pound and nine ounces. Kennic Anderson, aged 19 years, a fore, there are those who tako the de- his charge while superintendent of tho cision as a further bid for republican Feeble Minded Institute, had time to son of B. C. Anderson, of near here, support, and that he will run against Hee to tho mountains of Hepsidam or died Tuesday afternoon about 3 o'clock the democratic nominee. Judge Park- some other dam place, the governor of lock jaw, caused by a mash or bruiso er's former standing as a democrat, has offered a reward of $500 for his ar- of the hand he had received at his fathhowever, precludes such an idea with rest Great bodies move slowly, but in er's saw mill one day lost week. Tho those who think they know him best. justice to the governor it may bo said wound, thought to be getting well unThe nearjfuture will disclose which is that ho has to be requested by tho au- til Sunday night when ho took lockjaw. right. If the judge announces for the thorities before offering rewards except All medical aid could not save him. officii now he will lay himself liable to in certain cases. A screw seems to bo Undertaker J. C. McClary, of Stanford, came up Tuesday night and took the severest criticism, and make those loose somewhere though. charge of remains, preparing them for who have believed him a democrats The Frankfort News announces that burial. They were taken to Goshen democrat from principle and not for it will erect a $60,000 office building, cemetery and buried Wednesday afterrevenue only, regard him with scorn makes the fatal mistake of saying noon. Kennie was a good boy and had and derision. The decision was imme- but telling in about It "The News has not an enemy. Our sympathies to his diately appealed and if the highest como to stay." If it survives this as- parents and brothers. court affirms it, which those who know, will do what no other paper Mrs. Elva Melvin, of Boone county. say it can not do, the successors of the sertion it has done that made it. Papers that is visiting Mrs. J. T. Cherry. Mrs. deposed officials will be made by the they have come to stay usually stay Melvin was formerly Miss Elva Moore city council and not by the governor. say and gone but a short time, here y and was assistant teacher in the school j The result of the decision will, thereI to morrow. here 22 years ago. Mrs. Ellen Mahaffy, fore, mean nothing to the deposed exof this place, and her sister. Mrs. Robt. cept a little money and worry, as they A GOOD many members of the House Hamm, of the Sayers neighborhood, would, in all probability, be were absent without pairs when the ei. The difference between this case vote for the question for which the ex- visited Mrs. Galen Rogers at Crab Or-- 1 and the Louisville cases is that all the tra session was called was taken. There chard. Mrs. Louisa Cade, of New Alofficers there were deposed, and there is nothing more cowardly than dodging bany, Ind., after an absence of 25 wa3 no appointing power except the an issue so as to be able to get the years, is With relatives here. i.. a. Testaman is visitjng in Jonesville, Va. governor. most out of the result. Misses Helen Sayers and Minnie GenThe State Journal, in every issue, The periodical that pays a dollar a try, of Spiro, visited here first of week. hints darkly of a ferocious correspond- word for Bwano Tumbo's contributions Mr. Kidwell, of Lebanon Junction, was ence between those mighty warriors. cives renewed evidence of a quick sep a visitor here first of week. Editor E Secretary of State Bruner and Com- aration of the fool and his money. Al S. Albright and J. Matt Ballard, of Mt missioner of Insurance Bell, which we most any country weekly has editorials Vernon, were here Monday. gather grew over some difference of just as bright and fully as instructive. About five miles south of here towers opinion as to tho merits of the Citizens a knob known as Cable Knob which can Maine used to go hell bent for Gov. be seen for miles around, more especLife Insurance Co. Our curiosity has been greatly aroused by the allusions Kent, but Virginia is not built that ially a few years ago on account surveyors and it is hoped that the correspondence way, especially since Nominee Kent is of a party of geological will be given to an anxious public. a republican. cleaning off the underbrush, leaving a However, it is strange if these mighty tall poplar tree standing on tho highest CHURCH MATTERS. warriors want to fight that they do not point; but a man living near the foot of show it by pulling off their coats, rollRev. Chas. E. Powell, of Lexington, the knob, not knowing or seemingly ing up their sleeves and getting at it, roll will preach at McCormack's church not caring that the tree was left standand tumble on the green sward of next Sunday at 11 A. M. ing for a purpose best known to Uncle Capital Square. To us out in the rural Rev. D. M. Walker, of Stanford, will Sam also thinking he had a coon up it, districts it doesn't look brave for men bgin protracted meeting at the cut down the tree, thus leaving the occupying the same building to carry Christian church at Hubble Monday top of the knob bare and sucn it is towhen night Aug. 9th. Everybody invited. correspondence on a war-lik- e day, except small underbrush. At the they could exchango their compliments Rev. W. S. Willis wilt preach the foot of this knob and way back perhaps by1 word of mouth. first of a series of sermons on tho Pio- in the 40 's ono Daniel Hamm, hailing neer of the Restoration Movement at from Charlotte county, Va., bought a Hon. Cassius M. Clay made a strong tho Hustonville Christian church next farm and settled down upon it, where plea at Paris Monday against pooling Sundav mornine. subject: "Alexander he reared a family of a dozen or more among whom, ond the youngtobacco and showed that it could not Rev. children, Campbell." Sunday at 4 p. M est, is our friend and near neighbor, be successfully accomplished except by Willis will preach at Willow Orove. Oscar F. Hamm, who is now 47 years such as dislawlessness and blood-sheRev. Blain will conduct union services old and young for his age. Oscar has a and if any one graced the State last year. A good at the Christian church Sunday night. great big heart in him wishes to leave the hustle, bustle and many of us agree with Mr. Clay but city regard it as bad policy for any one to IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. worry of town or in to seek a cool retreat or "a lodge tome vast wilderinterfere in I the present fight which we know of no one who would David Graybeal, aged 94, is dead in ness"a greater delight in entertaining promises to result as did the famous take than would our friend Oscar. At the contest between the Kilkenney cat, Laurel county. r, farmer age of 19 he married Miss Pauline that is to say in the annihilation of Cooper Coomes, a but she died in a few years leaving and stock man of Washington county, both. two sons, Sam, now out West, and is dead of paralysis. Mode, who At 37 he Editor Watterson has beat a hasty Norman Mayfield, of Somerset, had took for his lives near here.Miss Mollie, second wife retreat to Europe just as Editor Beck- both legs cut dff by a train at Danville daughter of W. B. Sayers. The Sayers ham opened his batteries on him. The and died from his injuries. family is one of the pioneers of the State. At the time of his death W. B. public hoped to see a battle royal but Sayers was the oldest Mason In the disappointment hangs over us like dark The Crime Of Idleness. State. Our neighbor, Mr. Hamm, is would have been worth the pall. It farmer and owns two Idleness means troublo for any one. An price of admission many times over. Its thn samo with a lazy liver. It caus fine farms. He has recently built a The great editor doubtless regards dis- es constipation, headache, jaundice, fine new residence at the South end of cretion as the better part of valor and sallow comnlexion. pimples and blot what used to be the "Bunk Race Track." Oscar is of Baptist persuawe rural roosters see where he is right. ches, loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. sion, using his own words "a bad demMr. Watterson's political armor I too King's New Life Puis soon banish ocrat," and a subscriber to the I. J. full of holes to withstand the sling of liver troubles and build up your Cured Hay Fever and Summer the young David. bealtb. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. Cold. Ur to the day of the adoption of the William Craig, who was shot by Mrs. A.S. Nusbaum, Batesvllle, Indiana, conference report on the tariff, the dis- Neville Csstle in the lobby of the Waldorwrites: "Last year I suffered for cussions in the House and Senate took f-Astoria Hotel In New York, re- three months with a summer cold so 4,888 pages of the Congressional Re- fuses to withdraw his charge against distressing that It interfered with my cord to hold them, or a total of 9,776,-00- 0 her and she was hold under bond of business. I bad 'many of the sympwords. Was there ever such a $3,000, which she has been unable to toms of hay fever, and a doctor's prewaste of breath and effort when the furnish. scription did not reach my case, and did after all what It intended majority 'Health Coffee" is the cleverest I took several medicines which seemed to do from the start ? Imitation of real coffee over yet made. only to aggravate It. Fortunately I Tub Alabama House has passed a Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch- Insisted upon having Foley's Hone; State-wid- e prohibition bill by the over ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In and Tar. It quickly cured mo. My whelming majority of 75 to 19. The flavor Is made In just one minute. wlfo has since used Foloy's Honey and Senate will follow suit. It begins to No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. Tar with the same success." Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. business is be- Sample freo. Penny's Drug Store. look like the State-wid- o coming contagious. Wo move to make Daring a meeting of tho Pressed The Alabama House passed a resoluit unanimous. tion favoring the election of Senators Steel Car Company's striking employes by direct vote. given as at McKees Rock, Pa., the men unaniThe wave of prohibition is More than 125,000,000 pounds of ruba reason for tho big decrease of inter- mously voted down a proposition to re- ber are used In the world each year. In tho last fiscal year. It turn to work if tho company would nal revenue millions and eliminate the system of insurance foramounts to twenty-liv- e of a quarter ot dollar, and there is much merly in vogue. alarm in the department. At Dunawey's chtpel In Clark coun-tI lU&lrs to Mil primely ty ilock ot Clro. whura a roeetlrur was In Drwrren. A Colorado nan wya that osly the riot and Hardware. Volag a good bull. troufel ooMtmd bstweea NifMMl Will BtH KMK1 The Interior Journal. South Carolina is now in the Statewide prohibition class, but It is only temporary. There arc 21 wet and 21 dry counties in the State, and the wet counties aro to hold an election on tho 17th. The last Legislature provided that for two weeks before, and tho same time nftcr tho election tho wet counties shall cease tho sale of liquor. The prohibitionists scored n victory by requiring no election in tho dry counties, which will remain dry. Tho dispensary system there has made prohibitionists of a large number, and it is thought that nearly, all tho counties will go dry. - tin-ab- lo n, Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. PBkQ Our especial effort is caring for those things the boys and young men wear. If you wantthe NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS always come to us and you can find them. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. dripping springs. 02S2SgO33gSSS3S3iS3SE P. O. Crib Orchard, Ky Write to Spnirt now opt'ii (or tin' Kliher, .Mumper, for folder. I M I S7 - J'- - I'ennv 'T K. K. Coleman WB Small Farm For Sale I FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. il'lrt nrrrn.ln Lincoln county, trwn inllri from htnnlord umt two mile, from Mnwood, on Qjjj roml J. mile from pike. In nxxl church, rurul route mid , Uind nil ery title from ichool-hoii.MjJ J, frm In urn... Imlunr In nil under isood fence, t'oinliirtnhle houteot tlx room;neK Imrnnnd nil other mid to ell prlvnlely injr fnrm of e, cultl-rutlo- m THY OUK Talcum Powder, Siwiiges, 03 outbuilding!. A humilities of ITnewnler fruit ot nil kind.. J. T. LIVIMiHToN. It. K. I). No. I. Htnnlord, Ky. m Q"i fcZa Hath Jiriitlin, Toilet and llatl i Soap., AND .SPECIALLY Our Ice Coii! Sima Water wiiii anti I rjj 10 KorSOdn)i.ln ordtr to clenn up on Mulling!, DrUKKett, 'nrpetn, ltuk'. Ktc Will Hiiumiiii) Hire 10 per cent, reduction. uirgtiliialn intlllniry. Hume hltf lairitnlnt InrToieouii In wnll miner. Nice telectlon of fruined picture. Now U our time to l.i.v .. liuti.lknt.il. itiuttfli. tnlrrfii- - full unit nee- - them. Choice telectlon ot roclter-- . itietnl mid wood, mitnl Oood line of wood folding tdi,crlli,coti.mnttreM-rt- , it ml irlni!, couuchei, PnxenporU. chiilri, uttcittet, Krtpi. trunk, extentlon tuol-- i, centre titblt-a- , medicine niulniU, iclim, ui. .nih.doorn. Ac. (.'all mid Well euulpped utock of funvrnl nuppllet. Hen Ice nlKht or dny. Ky. . II. HtlJITT.Morolnnd, PER CT. REDUCTION. C. B. PRUITT, Moroland, Kontucky, N1 TJ Jitm-TV riiia fruit flavors, r. Crvnm .. t.i ' ld, if -- tiSi rirvirvic KLIIHI O ''' rvri UKUU ! Stanford, Kentucky. crrwKz OIUKL, t well-know- n Col-ye- Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. up-to-date EBBEBBEBBBBBEBEBEBE3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. OFFICER. F. Held, l; te I, S. Hocker, Pretldent;, M V. Elmore, J. M. Peltus, S. T. Harris, II. C. Uiughroan, J, V, Cummins, . McRolxsrti, Cashier: John S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, II. C. Biughman, Asst. Cnh'r V. U. OUannon J. S. Hoeker, W.W.Saundors, Bookkeeper, C.IE. Tate. DIRECTOR. , II, Oaugbmto, Cough Caution Itftm NcTtr.potWnlyiMTtriioljonTowltBift. UI tout hMM bom tuapU eoldonlr-louthou-tnil-tobroo- d lw.Tlhaal. tooth. bjindir tuprrui It with m chUI tube. Dool t'm maIaa t ar.rn hn annul tnlCM flrubllr dbw about. For twenty rem Pr. Bboop ..,.u.n. Uttboun-CoG- ndutb Beech -- Nut Brand - JustReceivedAFresh Lot. EncooiUaU wrod po nit nc to takfcoufh tnliturai Of vrucrlptlont coouuiui- w-Opium. lltU Chloroform, or tlmlU poliooi. And no- Stock au v. for Sale. Merchandise PM If poltoiu r In tout VtrrfoodllljrfftrIofthliTrTrionrootbtr. andolturi. ihould Inilit on harlncpr. Bhoop Dr. Couh Cur. Mo poltcn inrk on1m It Ijhoop t Utolt nd none In tht nwdtcln.only muit br 5w ba on lb UUl. And It'i not !. but II li isld to ba br thoM that know It but. trulr r mrkbUcouih rndr.Tk nochanc then. iwrlleuUrlr with your children. Intltt on hTl" fir. Bhoop'i Couth Cure. Compare csrdullr tna Dr. Bhoop package with othart and not tht dltfareot. Vo potion mark tliarat You oaa ajwaj U on lb taia aid br diuiacdlnt Tii J.:ou tJ!3?l Couth Jllxtur." Opodl IK rCTW laGaiaESl 7 Get Some For MH Cough Cure Dr. Shoop's Sandwiches at 4 t v-- . 3 i f i i f "p. Sx.' i " I' bi rr - l lo ' AT" Spend it judiciously. We are still offering many lines of goods at Cut Prices. Hundreds helped themselves at our sale. Did you? Bargains in all Departments. Summer Goods must Go as Fall Goods are Already Beginning to Come in. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTANKonn, & SON, p STANFORD KY. Mrs. Wanted, n few shares of First tional Bank stock. This olllcc. Prices Na- ' The L. of $1! & N. offers a round-trirato j For Sale. Sow and six pigs. to tho Lexington fair next week. L. II. Stone, Stanford. Ky., - An.. C, on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. 1909 j See our windows. Cummins & Wearen. Special Joan of Arc 10 cent ciRnr wo on Snturdavi nti Sunday only will l'enny'g Drug Store. C cents straight, PERSONALS. Dr. L. critical. W. U. H. Cook's condition continues of London, was hero Pillion, You may nUo take any price of Dress Goods in our house nt Mlis. EU7--V HLAIN 25 PER CENT. OFF. are at K.tlll Springs. Uourno Mr. Irvine Hume, of Kichmond, was Big CUT on all other lines. Come to see us. the guest of Kobcrt U. Woods. i. W. Vaugiian, of Mr. Walton Va.. is with relatives here. Mrs. Wm. Kenny, of Danville, spent several days with Mrs. T. D. Kaney. John N. Menekeu. Jr . attended tho hop at Winchester Wednesday night. Sec'y. John M. Carter bought the farm of $000 Stcinway, or any $000 Knabe; then v Miss Tiieo. Iticc.s, of Cynthlana, is the late O. J. Crow at Turnersville you can have this beautiful piano for Monday next U county court day. with tho family of Mr. J. N. Mcnefee. at Master Commissioner's sale. nothing. I have bought three pianos Hew-ITto you Tho usual invitation is extended Masters Harry ani Kdwarh acres and brought from three firms, seven church organs It contained 157 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. of Louisville, are visiting relatives to come In and tell us some news and JGJ.10 per acre. from five different firms, I believe the you know thn balance. here. Farm for Sale 5-acre farm on Williams Organ and Piano Company of Hon. J. N. Saunders and little Chicago, the most reliable firm in For Sale. A range and cooking spent a few days in utensils; n dining table; two kitchen Dix river, four miles North of Stanford America. Come to the Methodist pardaughter, Sophie, and near Hubble. Improvements fairly Cincinnati. tables; chairs and two mattings. Ap- good and splendid new barn. J. F. sonage and see. and try the piano. T. Mr. C. K. I'bewitt, sheriff of Mont- - ply to Miss Hello Denny, Stanford. W. Barker. Rigney, Stanford. ramnrv rountv. was here on business Taylor Wesley has resigned as We wrote that the Q. & C. paid out The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets this week. Misses Denton and Terhune, of postmaster at Waynesburg and accept- $10,000 to its employees at Somerset called Prevention, will In a few hours Harrodaburg, were guests of Mrs. Jesse ed a position in the Louisville osto!Ilcc. last pay day, but tho printer thought safely cheek all Colds or LaGrippe. Try them! Sold by Penny's His successor has not yet been appoint1). Wearen he knew moro about it than we and set Drug Store Mi9Hr.s Mary and Sallie Uurdett ed. had him it up $4,000. Wo have left Tuesday to visit relatives in HarIF not sold privately before, a num- shot. rison county. stock in tho National McHoiierts, of Lancns-tc- r, ber of shares of Mns. Josie Kaney, who had three Miss Lettik I will sell nt public miction In Crab Orcli-ari- l, H. Bank of Hustonvillc will be offered at ribs broken and was severely cut about was tho guest of her uncle, Mr. beginning nt ! r. m. public auction at 1 P. M., Monday next, the head by a fall from the buggy she HATl'MlAY, .WO. 7,11"'.'. J. McKoberts. county court day. was riding in, is resting easy and her nil of mjr household nml kitchen furniture Mrs. John F. Cash has joined Kov. mill n good hor.e nml liuggv. Term, cutb. Bank Stock. A number of shares in doctors think she will recover beyond J 11. Minltli.rriibOrchnrd, Ky. J. W. Hagin and family, of Covington, ti & A b Springs. tho Hustonvillo National Bank. It not doubt. at Estill and wife, of sold before will bo sold at public aucery SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEW YORK-Evdy. round trip, all nil. $28.00. High-Clas- s Mil Saneohd Allen Entertainment. Vi Norfolk and O. D. S. Co. $30.00. Millersburg, have joined their children tion next Monday, county court day. Attorney C. A. Hardin, Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lake and Rail$32.l5. Apply to E. C. Walton. at Mr. E. V. Woods. who attended the meeting of the ChauSpokane, BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lake, Sound and Rail I Mrs. George Cowan, of tauqua at Harrodsburg, considers it a nmlmil prepnred toilo nil kind, of sureylnt: through New York, with stopovers $37.35. civil engineering promptly. My work Sold Out. w..i. i with her tmrentn. Mr. and sold his grocery Mr. Garland Singleton s entertainment throughout. will l guaranteed mul my price, are business and hardware July 27, and Saturday. Aug. 21. Write int nt McKlnnev or rnll im OLD POINT COMFORT-Tuei- day M J. N. Mcnefee. & Buchanan, the He told an I. J. man that Senator Re- o er tue telephone through the ilustouvUlH Fifteen Days Limit $12.50. Kxchiinge. tiua .in E. Ht'CK and children, of this week to Lard v;i!l Very cheap rates lo Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts, on Sale Daily. puniticu dealers, -- ho continue tb gan is exceedingly fine, the Loose FamiWA LfKH McKINNKY. r.in.prts Creek, aro with her mother, Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia, on Sale Daily, business at tho same stand. Tho new ly, musicians and singers, are great Mr. Muttio Novius and that Rev. Charles Hall is an oraFor full information call on or address GEO. W. BARNEY, D. P. A- been firm bought tho meat market also and The McKlnney Woolen Mills, THE Misses Harkins. who have Ticket office Phoenix Hotel. Wilkinson will bo in charge tor of a very high order. He says our Leiington, Ky. Misses Haughman, left weu Mr. It. B. with tho people should attend every session of McKlnnay, Ky. at l'reatonburg, of that department. neday for their homo the Chautauqua which begun yesterday Mr. George Lovell and two daugh THE Chautauqua was to have begun at and that they will miss a treat if they now In operation mid li ronjy to nervs aro visiting Walton's Opera House last night with t!i' public In milking Jenm. Llimvyt, fail to do so. teis. of Normal, this State, lllnnUf KliililielB. Yanu. Etc. Will either .1. M. Lovell. and other ut. r.ik.. Mr work wool orexchnnge good for It. HighMr. Gardner and quartette as the star II. w.t MUCH interest is being manifested in est uinrket prlcu for wool. rutivii In this county. attractions for tho evening. On ac- S. J. Bell having tho Republican nomit II. WIUC1IIT. l'ror. MnniMM ANNIE ENGLEMAN and count of u special session of tho Chaunation in Lincoln county for sheriff, Taylor tauqua being held Susan B. Yeager and Miss Sua at Central City ana which is practically assured. Ho has Encleman went to Lebanon yesteruay tho tent being in service there, Wal- hundreds of friends in Casey, where to attend tho Chautauqua. ton's Opera House was secured and he was reared, who would like to see Tho College of Liberal arts (coeducational,) Hamilton College for Having Hold my farm. I Mrs. D. II. Edmiston and daughter, will bo used throughout tho meeting. to the him get there. With n split in the highest nml bet bidder utwill tell my farm, one Women, ami the College of law. Edmiston, of Louis-villMiss Llllie I'axton Mr. William W. White, tho Lytle democratic party, Mr. Bell will havo a mile Houtb of Ilryantavllle, Ky..on Threo campuses embracing 23 acres. aro guests of Mrs. W. J. EdmisThirteen buildings with modern equipment. Mr. Edmiston merchant, has rented of McCarty and walkover. Liberty News. Brer John ton at Crab Orchard. adjoining the Hennery Thomas may be right about Hughes tho store-rooA facility of 5(5 chosen from tho best universities of America and Europe. will join them the interest in Mr. Bell by his Casey Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of A. 1J. 13., S., A. F. L. Clifford, of Carbondale, III., Theatorium and will move his stock of county friends, but he is all wrong on Promptly ut 10 a.m.. the follow Ingperionnl M., and L. L. 11. Ho goods to it soon. Mr. White's many is visiting relatives at Livingston. properly: the split. Lincoln county democrats New Scienco lluildiug recently erected nt a cost of 800,000. used to bo agent for the L. & N. hero friends here extend to him the glad a pious-a- hand on becoming a citizen of tho best are in good fighting trim and Mr. Bell Sixty Horses. Mules and Shetland Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 foreign countries. and many of our pcoplo have Ponies; 30 Jersey Cows and Moral IuflucuccH, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable extown on the map. By the way, Messrs. or any other republican would have recollection of him. Calves, 72 Southdown about as much show of being elected penses. Mrs. Harvey Taylor returned to McCarty and Hughes bought the two here as a democrat would in Sheep. Leslie The session begins Sept. 13, 1900. Write for catalogue s Owsley of Hon. John Sam her homo at Huntington, W. Va., county. Come up, Mr. Thomas, and see One itnlllou by Orntorlo. it am utter a visit to Miss Florenco Owsley, of Lexington, for 13,000. rMiueuiinKer isisu one yearling tnlllon RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, A. M for yourself. by Hearchlliht. dam by Aihlmid Wllkeii Ph. D. Pres. Trueheart. Mr. Trueheart Uourno nine brood mnre with colti; one extra good Garage. Mr. John OwBley Held has Shanks For Speaker. Representa addle mare; colu by Jlmuiurk; her for a brief visit LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY In the tive William H. Shanks, of Lincoln one yearling race colt; two yearling coin oy jiniuiurK; uu pair Master Charles I'owell Withers rented the vacant b tor mare lior.e mule, birthday Thursday Odd Fellows' building on Main street county, who is tho Democratic nominee mulenjone celebrated his sixth which and will open a garage. Ho will also for SHETLAND PONIES. in his county, said here fiornnnn hv divine a party, to One italllon; n brood y that he will certainly be a can which are. natUeponlen; a Imported inarei, omo 40 of his little friends accepted put in a couplo of fine livery cars for marek, tho convenience of tho public and also didate for Speaker of the next House registered; 10 yearling colu; 6 mickllng invitations. All had a good tlmo. colti. Mrs. E. B. Ritchie, who has been in Install a repair shop. Mr. Held will al- of the General Assembly. Mr. Shanks COWS AND CALVES. Norton Infirmary, Louisville, for some so handle stationary engines, etc. We as yet has no opposition for S yearn One or hope he will be liberally patronized and and anticipates no trouble, if the Re- Jemeyregistered Jertey bull.yearling old; to time, will be homo y Jersey cowi with calves; 2 greatly Improved in health. Her sister, hereafter our automobllists wont have publicans do put a candidate in tho hellers; o yeaning steers. SHEEP. Mrs. Geo. P. Maury, has been with her to go to the cities to have their repair- field. He says furthermore that Sena ft) ing done. Mr. Held is an expert ma tor "Took" Hubble, who also hails ttlMttl KlrMfl tlV H Houthdowli ewes, molt of during her illness. Illicit thHt fnilr tlia .....- from Lincoln, will bo with- In in ntthe loxlngton fair: Houthdown Prof. James B. Walton, after an chinist. 16 shouts. . The Republicans in Casey bucks, yearlings to years In Colorado out trouble. absence of several TACKS AND JENNETS. of county aro all split up, and Jason WesAT a meeting of the stockholders S'nnnM. Co o.. s visiting uanvmo jack and two Jennets with One friends. Miss Nancy Yeager, of Stan the Waynesburg Deposit Bank Monday ley, their candidate for Senator, will colts by side. H- Miss Elizabeth the following directors were many votes, Mr. Shanks thinks. ford, is tho truest of lose Dr. J. W. Acton, It. Curtis, H. H. So far there are flvo announced canOne Kaufman runnhout, t buggy, I buggy Uauchman. Advocate. pole.l double set of harness, bridles mul 1 FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNJ. W. Acey. of Stanford, was hero Singleton, J. A. Hays, Dr. A. K. Cald- didates for tho honor of presiding as saddles, lot1 of hny, 1 tobacco setter, nver been uhhI, M oiler safe, shaking hands with well, C. C Gooch, J. W. Wheeldon, Speaker in tho first Houso that will as- In perfect order; farmingcombination lock, Oniiuy terini, to.tory home, one day last week Implements conTY FOR SALE ! neoeury larifu lot. ijood .tublu of wheat drill, his old friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Geo. W. Leach, M. E. Wheoldon. Tho semble in the new Capitol. Besides Mr. sisting binder, plows, corn planter, mowur. outliullUluu.. Till l ami other very tlenlmblu roller, cultivator, hay rnke, Mr, directors then held a meeting and reWhlnn. of Stanford, ura with A line Hue grant funis for .ale .Ituated ou property, on Htnutoril Uriel, ('rub Shanks there aro George S. Wilson, of wugun, cutting harrow, lieu 1'alace, with 10 Orcburil, Ky, Vor further Information ml. new pike near I'olnt and alx miles wklnn's sister. Mrs. Coots, who re- - elected these olllccrs: L. G. Gooch, Union county. J. F. Porter, of Webster, Kriusuf bces.lurd furnace, U gallon to Urea, J H.f. KlMl, Kiuley, Ala, koutu of Uiuciuter, containing other things too numerous Liberty News. mains very 'sick. well located In good neighborhood, neris. being I 'red., M. E. Wheeldon, 1st Vice Pre., Harry Schoberth, mention. 0f Woodford, and Including Household and kitchen furniture. part of the John Walker tract, wltliu e u Hue Itadlant Home Heater, re. new, to-stureeu-rooiJames A. Hays, 2nd Vice Pres., Stan- Col. Jack Chinn, of Mercer. -- Frankfort frlgerutor, solid omc olllce desk, I solid oak re.lduucu LOCALS. thereon, with nil necetwiry outbuilding, anil took case, 1 rosewood book cuo, lot of old Tho bank's Courier-Journa- l. ley Mcintosh, Cashier. Cor. good, new burn 40xco. Well Hntertd, ,l Mr. Shanks' fashioned furultKio and numerous other Tho property ou Dnnvlllo Avenue, occupied )y V. (I. Wllbent. Ilm a never falling spring, and creek running Clothes French cleaned. Cook & business continues to increase and it legion of friends here and elsewhere In things gree youwlll want. thut are through. will be furnished of the oedlirreed pood ru.iuvnco anil outbuilding fed Farmer. i tuns. a cam in nana, balance oius ami is proving not only a good Investment Kentucky would liko to see him made stock. . in iiooil tutipo. Hplemllii cLtirn ami big garden. location llr.t-cluand In two year, from day of .ale, bearing lx per on day of tale. Hue neighborhood. Will mil prhately. cent interest until paid. Novelties In neckwear. Cummins but a great convenience to the people Speaker or the recipient of any other TtillMH. made known T. 1'erion, looting for such place please writ Mr,. Hugh Held, K. 1). fennlugiou, Mian DUNN. of the Southern Mid of Lincoln county. honor he could ask. & WwrM. Col, I. M, Dunn, Auctioneer. Mary I'vunlngtOB.Utanfurd, Ky, TS.U. Waikkb, Htanford. and Miss Vlrfjinla th Klch-troni- yesterday. Mil Geo. C. Givens is at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Myktlb Uarkek is with Winchester relatives. MISS MAttY l'OKTMAN, of Louisville, is with Miss Pearl Gentry. Olympian Springs water at Shu In Warner's Doesn't that bath-roogars & Tanner's. They are solo agents window remind you that you need one? for it. Olympian Springs water at Shugars The L. & N. will mako a reduced & Tanner's drug store. Try a glass or The democratic county committee of rate of $12 C5 to Mammoth Cave Aug. Casey will name a ticket on next coun- 25. This includes board at the hotel a Jug. ty court day, Aug. 23. and entrance fee to the cave. . BUY a season ticket to tho ChautauThe L & N. will run an excursion to Squire John Edmiston will celebrate qua, which begins hero Thursday, from Cincinnati Sunday at $1.75 round-trip- . his 83rd birthday at Crab Orchard Miss Minnlo Sine. Leaves Depot here at 5 A. M. Mrs. W. J. Edmiston will give City Taxes. Your city taxes for him a big dinner, to which a large numLOST, between my home and the and settle. 1900 arc due. Please call ber of friends and relatives have been Presbyterian church Sunday night, a invited. U. D. Carter, collector. black silk shawl. Miss Sue Woner. Taxes. -- The tax books for 1900 aro InMr. R. Eventually you will use cither Hex diana Silo E. Gaines, agent for the now ready. Cotno in and get your reCo., is meeting with much or Economy coal from Denham's yards. success in ceipt. T. J. Hill, sherilT. the sale of silos in this counW hy not begin now and savo the dif- ty. Ho has already sold 20 and trades n William Lackey, colored, tho ference ? aro on for as many more. See Mr. plasterer, died after n long illness and was buried Monday afternoon. For Rent. Suite of rooms in Odd Games if you contemplate putting up Fellows' building just vacated by Hon. one of the great feed preservers. San Felice Cigars aro for gentle- J. N. Saunders. Also store-rooin that $C50 Piano. A good business propomen of good taste. The Power Grocery building. Ed Wilkinson. sition. I will sell Myrtle's Grand Co., Paris, Ky., Wholesale DistribuPiano Style T. for $50 cash, and tors. There is not a vacant residenco nor store-rooin Stanford. A dozen hous- $10 per month for 25 months with 5 per The Lincoln County Medical Society es could be rented in a few hours if cent, interest, to any one who will is called to meet nt Stanford at 10:30 make a negotiable note. This is a very they were only here to rent. a. M. Tuesday, Aug. 10. W. F. Hickle, handsome piano. If not equal to any y. well-know- Get L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin 25 Per cent. oil. We have n few Skirts left in Voile, Panama', c, nil 25 I'KK CENT. OFF FOK CASH. We am Iiavn a few Linen Wash Suits left. Kegulnr prices from 88 to 812.50. Price now from 85 to 88. This U iU season's gooda. Latest styles and beet pattern?. Our lo-- s h your gain. Dou't forget the tremendous CUT we nre making on all Oxfords. ( ... HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Wed-ncsda- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, -11- SUMMER RATES VIA s m jut ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY, AUG. 19th. PUBLICSALEI $16 ROUND-TRI- P $16 ENGI-NEERIN- r. high-clas- t, 1798 Transijivaoia Uoiveriti) 1909 Continuing' Kentucky University. PUBLICSALE! e, m Ttiursddy,Aug26;09, nt Wed-nesda- store-room- u three-year-ol- d H. B. NORTHCOTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. B. pure-bre- d 1 NORTHCOTT, Stanford i. 'o FOR SALE inell u HOME FOR SALEI n hand-tom- Htan-fort- !, JEIT i pug i' i'lt,(if aWtattaVaJM f. Interior Journal. Fott-OJfl- Old corn sey. PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. oId at $2.95 at a sale In Ca- PECULIAR INTEREST BnUredinOu at Stanford at utonA'dtut matter. L. SN.TIWETHBLE No.I1,8onth,llir.t.M. No. North. 41411 A. M. No. . North, 5:17 r. X. No. 17. 10M7 a.m. No. 9. SlH p. M. J. M. Pettus has several good brood marcs for sale. Harris & Woods sold four yearling mules to B. G. Fox. E. P. & J. H. Woods sold 17 year- line mules to II. G. Fox at $100. At Winchester 4,392 hogsheads of tobacco sold at an average of UJc. Let J. S. Murphy, the McKinney miller, do your custom grinding. Choice Shropshire ram lambs'forsale. E. G. Blckley, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 2. J. S. Murphy, tho McKlnncy;'millcr, has just received a fresh car load of make the show. On Baturday afternoon comet the crowning show program of tho week, ncn tho championships In all tho horse classes will be No.St.Houth.llSWA J, JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Matt Cohen, of Lexington, showed in Office over McRoberts' Drug 8tore in 22 rings at the Lancaster fair and got the Owsley Buildinp. 18 blue ties. For Sale. I have COO Jgood young ewes. Will sell cheap. R. E. Henry, m Lancaster, Ky. The farm of in acre, of Rood blue land, lying one mile North of McKlnney.on S. Take your wheat and corn pike. Improvements nnd the Btnnfortt fencing good; plenty of water nnd fruit. Murphy, the McKinney miller. HighAlio 1!S acres of timbered land one mile Xsitof McKinney ; half under fence;plenty est market prices. of wnter and good tobacco land, fee grow R. B. Woods sold to B. G. Fox a J.A.OIVKNrt.Agent, ngcrop. McKlnney.Ky. walking horse for $250 and ,to.ame party a bay gelding for $200. A good, gentle family Ihorsc, alco buggy and harness for sale. Sec Mrs. .Hate your measure taken by a tailor of Then your clothes, wbethern Catherine McClary, Stanford. business suit or the finest evening Four good thoroughbred Poland China clothes, will have thnt Individuality and lit which plainly indicate they were made to boars, three months old, for sale. M. 1 will nlso take your measyonr.meaiurn. ure lor extra trousers, fancy vests, top G. Murphy, Kings Mountain, Ky. coats and overcoats. Hnrlng and Hummer Harris & Woods nnd J. H. Baugh-masamples on hand ready lor your Inspection. 11. 0. UUl'LKY. The Tailor. of this place, took every premium Htnnford, Ky. given by the Danville fair on mules. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEI The splendid sorrel harness mare I can furnish the publlowlth the best, as owned by Samuel T. Harris and which well as the freshest of cut flowers, plant of ho drove a long time died the other all kinds, bulbs, potted Towers, on short notlce.eAlso make n specialty of wreaths day. lor for funernl purposes. J. H. Uaughman has just finished deIn connection with the above, I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable livering six carloads of export cattle to prices. Simon Weil, they weighed from 1,250 CItKIHTMANUllKKN HOOSEH. Kl) llUllllAKIl, l'KOIl. Htnnford, Ky. to 1,350. The Gentry cattle, which 'were shipIniurfs Tobacco and Tobacco ped out last week, filled nine cars. They were extra fine. Thev brought $6.25 Advocate. Nothing But For Sale. 400 stock ewes, 2 to 4 years old. Sell cheap if taken nt once. D. Jas. McKechnie, Hubble, Ky. LanThe Insurance Mad. caster phone 334. STANFORD, KY. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free US. Residence Pliono SO; Ofllce, milker but with one bjind teat, left my Insure with mo and be fully place Tuesday. Please notify N. W. protected. Fowle, Rowland, Ky. Ewes for sale. 500 ewes bought in gHSEEB Wayne and Russell counties. No Wes! tern ewes in the lot. Coulter & t :.'.J vmiD W . tiM ska -. . .WW.-Middleburg, Ky. EESr-- f HIDES-FU- RS Estrav. There came to my place Fealhjrs, Tallow, Beeswax, Giastatr. about two months ago two white ewes Golden Seal, (Wow Root), etc. We Owner can get thereby paying for this are Dealers, and un do belter (cr you than agents or commusbn merchants. notice and their keep. Dosa Brown, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. salt. FARM FOR SALE! toJ. When Ordering Clothes e n, larns. Insurance. Jesse Wearen, ri mmm Reference, any Bank in Louuville. Write (or weekly price list and ship. piaj tags. We f umuh wool bags Irte. Eubanks, Ky. M. I 5ABEL&S0NS, LOUISVILLE. KY. 229 E. Market St. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, w given to losses which are paid without discount. and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention Life, Live Stock, Health J.L.Beazley&Co., For Sale. 125 stock ewes; good ones. Just a little extra good. Call at my place and see them or write or telephone mo at Yosemite, Ky. They are Lincoln Wells. 1 to 5 years old. There came to my place about June 1 a spotted male pig weighing about SO pounds. Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep. Mrs. Mat-ti- e James, Waynesburg, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Tuesday at the Danville fair Harris & Woods swept the deck in the mule rings, capturing four blues and two reds out of six Bhows, defeating the great Annie Laurie twice. They also won the championship sweepstake with their magnificent two year-old- . I have about 150 acres of good blue grass land with a modern six room dwelling, two large barns and all necessary outbuildings, everlasting water and well fenced, on a good pike and in fine community. Price and terms right. Address box 282, Hustonville, Ky. S. T. Harris, of Lincoln county, is given up to be the boss mule man. At the Danville fair yesterday, he showed his fine stock in six rings and took four blue ribbons and two red ribbons. He won the sweepstake with one of his fine mules. Ho came very nearly making a clean sweep. Advocate. There strayed from my place about May 10th a large work steer. Deep red, natural muly. Will weigh about 1,250 pounds; had a coarse-tone- d bell on when he left home. When last heard of was near South Fork bridge in Lincoln county. Will pay liberal re ward for his return. Clay Elliott, Humphrey, Ky. IB Dudeituera and Embalm. en. Also Dealers in Fur- m M l J. niture, Mattings.Rugp. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Tfcem a Call; Prices Right. ATFORD, - KENTUCKY. C. McClary, At the Danville fair Tuesday J. II. Baughman, of this place, won second money in the ring for best horse mule under one year; first in ring for mare mule under one year: first and second in mule either sex one year nnd under two: second in mule cither sex. two years and under three; second on mule either sex, any age; second on mare and mulo colt; first on best pair of muies. nir uaugnman also won second money in the rockaway ring. It Is tho weak nerves ing out (or help. Then help them, don't drug tho stomach or stlmulato tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize thesoweak inside nerves with Dr. Shoup's Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo The administrator of the Penn estate sold 107 shares of stock in the several Paris banks for $25,000. jrft MKf. IMS' that uro cry- M. Undertaker. Embalmer and aler In Harness, Saddler)', STANFORD, mm rain, to?. KY- I. Home fiiou Pains of women, hoad pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Sboop's Pink Pain Tablets. Pee full formula on 2Ao box. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. a wholo, this Is the best All Summer goods must le sold nt Cot. W'c are overcrowded nnd must and most complete show program oer innko room for our Full stock of new, freeli goods. Koto tho pricei: Big Blue Grass Fair to Bo offered by a fair In tho south. Men's Suits were Selling nt 822 60 now 811 IH One Judge System. Held In August. Men's Suits were Selling nt $18 00 now 12 D8 As In previous years, tho ono Judgo system will bo used for alt classes, Men's Suits were Selling nt $l.r 00 now 10 1)8 COVER IS A THING OF ART save tho championships for horses, Men's Suiti were Selling nt $12 o) now 8 1)8 when three Judges, chosen from the Men's Suits were Selling nt $10 00 now 7 18 regular list of horso Judges of the fair, Men's Suits were Selling nt $ 7 f0 now will bo used In each class. 18 The Great Animal Artist, George Ford The catalog of the Hluo tlrass Fair Morris, Has Contributed His Genius Is well worth of careful Inspection. Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt $1 00 now $1 2 5 to Give a Fit Setting For Sumptuous Thousands ot copies hnvo been mailed Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt $.'1 fit) now 2 08 all over Kentucky nnd other states, Work Over $25,000 to Be Given but anyone who ''has not received a Men's Ia)w Shoes were Selling nt $IJ 00 now 2 :t8 copy nnd who desires ono, will socuro Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt $2 hO now Away. 1 OS snme promptly upon request to SecreTh catalog of tho big Blue drags tary Jouctt Shouse, nt Lexington. Ladies' Iiow Shoes wcio Selling nt$!l 50 now $2 !18 Fair, which Is to bo hold at Lexington AUTOMOBILE RACING Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling nt $.1 00 now 2 10 the week nt August 9th to 14th, has been Issued. It Is a heok ot peculiar 1 Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling nt $2 fi() .now 08 Drivers of National Repute to Risk Interest to oil Kcntiicklans and Is nioro Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling nt $2 00 now l :i8 Llvss at Blue Grass Fair. extensive than tho catalog of any pre1 10 Ladies' Iiw Shoes were Selling nt 81 50 now vious fair ever held at Lexington. The It seems altogether fitting that tho cover luelf Is cry attractive. It Is a greatest horse fair In the world should Straw Hut, 81 .10 Vnluo now 8.03 design especially drawn by tho Brent show Its appreciation ot tho Import1 38 Straw Hats, $2 00 Value animal artist, George Ford Morris, and ance of tho most marvelous mechanIs arranged In panels. Tho top panel ical Invention of tho nge. Ilntu, $.'l 00 Value now 2 21 shows the four classes of cattle which Straw Hats, $.'1 CO Vnlue now 2 08 Lexington Tho Blue Grass Fair nt are of particular Interest to Kcntuck-lans- , will glvo up Its opening day, Aug. 9th, namely, tho Shorthorn, the Hereprogram ford and the Aberdeen-Angu- s ot the to a superior Is no of nutomobllo racing. other form of There beef breeds, and the Jersoy of tho dairy breed. The lowor panel, which racing so thrilling to tho spectator, so so danIs of corresponding size, shows the Intensely Interesting or Indeod gerous as Is automobllo racing on a four recognized classes of horses giant car Is which the Hluo Grass Fair Includes In circular track. When a Its premium list, namely, tho thorough- speeding around tho turns nt a rate of better than a mile a minute, eny slip bred, the standard bred and tho of n cog, any accident to englna or to saddle horse. and three-galteIs apt to bring nbout very disThe sldo panels give excellent pictures tiro astrous results. of sheep nnd hegs. Such a program of races has been Over $25,000 to Be Given Away, provided for Automobllo Day nt tho The premium list calls for a total Blue Grass Fair that the attendance of tho most famous drivers In America distribution of more than Twenty-flvThousand Dollars, which Is equitably Is assured, nnd It Is well within probability to prophesy that many records divided among the varied classes ot imfor various distances over circular live stock. Tho most of this money Is tracks will be broken during that afternaturally offered for horses, because noon of sport. the Hluo Crass Fair Is conceded to be Not only will abundant events be the greatest horse show In the world. provided for these drivers of nntlonnl Dreedlng classes are offered for tho repute, and not only will stirring exthree recognized American breeds, the hibitions against time bo witnessed, thoroughbrd, tho standard bred and but there will also be Included In the the American saddle horse. In each program events for local cars, which Instance registration Is made n re- nre becoming numerous throughout quirement of entry. The show classes Central Kentucky, so ns to allow every are thrown open to the world. They opportunity to provo tho comparative Include the saddlo horse, merits of cars owned In different parts for which there are twelve rings; the of tho state. three-galtesaddle horse with eight The Hluo Grass Fair was responsirings; the fine harness horse with ble for a marked Innovation among twclvo rings; the roadster with twelve fairs when It put nn Automobile Day rings, and tho heavy harness horse on Its program last year The result with three rings. In addition there of tho experiment was so successful, are premiums for miscellaneous the evidences of interest on the part classes of horses, such as tho run- of tho public so real, the attendance so i about horse nnd the plantation saddlo large nnd the demand for n repetition horse. There nre classes for Shetland so great thnt there was no hesitancy ponies and for ponies other than Shet- to provide an Automobile Day for this land of variant bIzo to be shown un- year's fair, and with the Increased preder saddle nnd to harness. miums which will be offered nnd the larger number of drivers who have Other Live Stock. pledged themselves to compete, Very liberal provision Is mad? for this day Is certain to prove even moro both mules and Jack stock. Kleven successful than was tho Automobile hundred dollars Is offered for ShortDay of the 100S fair. horn cattle; five hundred dollars for GREAT POULTRY EXHIBIT Hcrefords; six hundred and fifty for Aberdeen-Angus- ; seven hundred dollars for Jerseys. There are also The Blue Grass Fair Will Have Them classes for fat Htock. with such proviAll Topped In This Line. sions that any farmer who hns a steer y of any merit can find an excellent At no other fair ever hold In place to enter him. have the conditions for the ioul Departments for swlno nnd sheep try exhibit been made so attractive ns Include tho most Important breeds of for tho big Hluo Grass Fulr, which such stock. A large amount of money conies nt Lexington the week of Aug is offered for poultry. And u departyear. Kntrnnce fees, 9th to 14th ment has been added this year which which have this 'Wi heretofore been required should appeal particularly to farmers, Including as it docs practically all at practically all poultry shown, have I lmveju-,- t received of OLD HICKORY WAOONS, the best been nballshed by the management of classes of farm products grown In the Blue Grass Fair, See them I lore buying, ns thero has who. In their lib- wngon on the market for the money. Kentucky. Tho Woman's Department erality nnd their deslro to encourage Imx'H ii grent improvement in their eoiiMrtictioii. carries a very excellent premium list. the best possible oxhlhltlon, have been s Thero will be harness and willing away with this source of running races practically ovory day of revenue. to do n Several years ago the the Fair. Among tho fornior. Is a thousanconstructed n complete and d-dollar stake for trotthe ters, which will be contested on Tues- poultry house for house holding of Its show, n where every Tliovt linlngclalmaiigaliiat theeitute nt day, August 10th, the second day. convenience can bo had by exhibitors, Mrn. MliicrvuCokli will pleuae prcacut Until Ivulor In mid Manufacturer of Dally Program. where tho poultry can bo dlsplajed to properly proven to tun by Aug. 31, IImi. IlieiCAHiiConii, Kx'ur., Iiauvllle, Ky. tho very best advantage Tho opening day, Monday, will bo Marblo and Crnnlto MonuNot only are nil kinds or chickens given over to automobile races, which . proved a most popular fenttiro of last cared for In tho premium list, but Miirki-r- . and l'o.u, Onuti'ry nnd Ijtwn thero are also classes for ducks, geese, VnM'.iind hettio, ontcu ml work,, Mc-- 1 year's fair. This year many of tho turkeys Now Llvorw and pigeons, a total of 260 Kinney, Ky. Dopot Stroot, most noted drivers from every section rings to the department. of tho country will compete. Phono 90, Tho show will bo under tho manageOn Tuesday morning. Jacks and Jenment ot n committee composed of STANFORD, KENTUCKY. nets and Hereford cattlo will be shown Messrs. O. It. Williamson, K. II. Wrenn Lincoln Circuit Court. and a number of classes of sheep and and F. L. Smith, nil of whom uro promAa directed uy n Judgment of tho Lincoln hogs will be Judged In their pens. Circuit Court, rendered 't tho May term, inent members of the Hlue Grass PoulHUM. lntliuiictlolinf J. M. Hull', iidmlul.-trntothe racing of Tuesday afternoon, try nnd Pet Stock Association und who iik'nln.t 1. M. llrui'cto., the. under-Igm- il thero will bo an excellent show pro- nre exerting their very best efforts to lll,iit nliuut v. ii.on Lincoln Ixk)ui No. l K... A. M. III inif t i gram for various classes of horses. In utiiti'il roiiiiiiiiiiU'iitlim 011 llrtt mill make the poultry show at tho Hlue MONDAY. AlT(l.WrH, lum, Moncliiy HUM, oft "ill month, nt 7sl third Wednesday morning will have tho Grass Fair the best over seen In the o'clock lu their hull 011 innlii .trccit. County Court Day. In front of the Court breeding classes for standard bred stnte. .MeinlTof il.ter lmlu" uro Iluu.edoor In Htuuford, Ky., olfer for alti Invltwl to Ihi promt. T. W. horses, the Jersey cattlo nnd moro lit public outcry to thu lilglit-.- t mid be.t Hi'C. bidder, oil credit of A month,, first, tli sheep and swlno. Wednesday afterFOR THE'LITTLE ONES. frame livery utitblunndlot knowuiialueold noon will bo dovoted to i'icidk nnd to OlirUttau cuu cli lot lu htnnford, Ky., bounded on the North by the lot of T. 11. other excellent show classes, Including Especially. Attractive Provision For U11II, Kiut by Di'iHit HI.. Houth hy lot of AuderiouCiirr, WeatbylotofJ.il. Ilaugti-ma- n the handsome Smith, WaCdns & Co. Children at Blue Grass Fair. A Co.. froutlnif itbout III feel on Deiiot trophy. HI., und running hack about 114 feet, wltb ISfevt wide to Mill Ht. ,,..,.... ,u lll.l.u..ltl. .....I ............ n, I... Thousand Dollar Stake. Thero will bo ispeclully attractive n the tract of luiid owned by I, M. Ilruce iiu wnniK ni'unuiiH i.iii, nan, lug I, A Mugprovision for children nt tho big Hlue away from bumu Home IliU tuinim-r- , A hnu Crnli Orchard pike, N. It, it. mid Htuuford by On Thursday morning will come the bounded on the Katt u ,e,i in; iiia ir breeding classes for Ameiicr.n saddle Orass Fair this year. On Saturday. iifiiiini ,11111, iiiituu ututfi,,, mm ii'iiiu lot belonging to Lincoln County building ii iiuut-ut mid aalngaaa,oclutloii,ou Weal by lot of poKur. Mootl locution. Mill In llrnt-clhorses, tho Shorthorn rattle and tha August 11th, the closing clay, the ad- COIHllllUII. Mra.M.C Iluriulde. mission feo for children between thu The object of the aule la to autlafy the V. II.TIIAYI.OII, (at stock. And as a feat uro of Thurs- ages of six and twelve, It, V. I), No, t, HUnloril, Ky. Judgment of W. It. Denliam for 'JU with which Is genfrom Jumift, Iml, to bu calculated at day afternoon's horso show will be the erally twenty-fivcents, will bo re aeml.miiiuiil reta, the Judgment of M. J big Thousand Dollar Stake for lloniuaiifor ("3 with l per cent, from Jan. duced to firteen cents, and among tho 10, lutt, the Judgment of Mr. Ilall'a aUuilula-trulo- r saddle horses, which should children who attend on that day two for $.'71 with ier cent, from Oct. in IWT, credited; by III paid April IN, INuu, Hrui prove tho best saddle ring ever seen Shetland ponies will be given uway the Judgment of W. 1. Walton for 7Ui with In Kentucky, absolutely free. Intereat from Kept, IW, e red I led aa fol- Mules and Aberdeen-Angu- s un lunaiIS, ,IX imiu 1. euuil Ul IUIIOWIUmt Uatea. cattlo Furthermore, the classes for Shet Oct. pahl Dec! Wenro In DOiltlou todonll klnJi ot con Oct. )llWMcpt. 10. vu Oct. 1. luuu, will hold tho boards Friday morning, land ponies, which are always a great creting, such V. ,!.& Feb. II. Taj, tlSXU at lllock Work, ruvinenli . with another excellent horse show and attraction for the young folks, will be mid. In fact, wu cun, maku miy thing (rum r May J. 111. US on each of following Mate hou down ton f unco pott. Wu 11111 irv Julia II, MB, NOV. IS Ul, Hept. I. VI, inu, M racing In tho afternoon. W.MSHeot.a). MB. Ull IK3l.il shown on Saturday afternoon, and you promptly mid gunruntre llrtcliu The Saturday, the closing day, will wit- there will be other features that will work nnd niutorliil. (Jail and get our price, bond uurchaaera will Im, rt,niiir,Ml i. ).. with good aecurlty for the pure Cue ness the greatest display of thorough- serve to Interest and attract and en- btttom you buy your maturlal at leuit, price, payable to the couiinluloner. bearing legul Intereat from date of aale until bred horses ever seen in the world, tertain the children which will not oblald. having the force and effeot of u Judgnearly ten thousand dollars being tain during the other days ot the fair. ment and aecuriHl by lien. i. H. tAXTON. M. O. L. 0. tvM In mosey and la seasons to help SUuforJ, Ky. J. N, aMuudm, Attorney lor I'lalntttr. 0. Advertise in the. Interior Journal. 1 now-Stra- Attaches to the Catalog of the contested.as Taken CUT PRICES: SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. flve-galt- d Oliver Plows, Disc Harrows and the Superior Grain Drill are three portant articles necessary in flve-galte- d 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. d W H. HIGG1NS, I Stanford, Kentucky. B .Ken-tuck- uir first-clas- nsso-elatio- E. T. PEVCE, STANFORD. KY. NOTICE! I d Harry Jacobs, ments, B CARTER, 11 Commissioner's Sale! lie-sid- MASONS' MEET. vmi-I- r, 1 11 MILL FOR RENT! 1 r right-of-wa- y - Heo-ou- e five-taile- d CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS.,