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NO. i GROUND TO DEATH UNDER TRAIN GEORGE WILLIAMS SATURDAY MEETS NIQHT HOR BUENA VISTA COMPTON PARDONEDBY GOVERNOR POPULAR LANCASTER YOUNG LADY DEAD FROM 'WAY DOWN IN GEORGIA E Narrow Escape MRS. ELIZA CORDIER'S HORSE BACKS OVER BRIDGE DASTARDLY EFFORT TO WRECK TRAIN CROSS-TIE- rtlBLE FATE AT ROWLAND ROf! 32 yp.ua, OeorRo Wllllnm, with tils father nnd family on tho fnrm of V. P Gilmu in tile rrencnrroWllj wa groi ml t( dcnth by a train nenr tho w.ti.-- tank nt Rowland Stnurday night, ft I no known which tmln killed him, n no otic saw hltu In that neighborhood thn horrllilo Occident In which ho lot lil llfo and the mangled body n not discovered until after ilny-- I (ill Sunday murnlnt; Williams hnd come to StanfoM Ir.U i'.aturday .iltetnoon wif, II. e intention of takliu tho excursion hart Simli.y to morning for InulH tllo. Mo have Joined some friend More nnd when he did nut show up at tho tuui lln-morning, o'clock triln Sunday his rupponed that ho had changed mind about going, and wore horrltUJ li lor to learn of hi death. About 11 o'clock Saturday iitsht, joung William wait In the rejluunuit of John i Horton on Main street .mil Mr. Horton seeing that ho wa apparently 111, tiled to Induce him to rolir for the nlht, tollltiR William that he would have him call! In time fir h. train. Thl William declined to do. nnd Horton saw no more of htm until nftrr hi bfJ was found. Coroner George 1'. Ilrlght wnt lo the sreno nnd summoned the follow-In- s Jury Win. Land, Wm. Buchanan, J. Wearen. K. T. C. Eubattks, W. II I'cnce, niid J. K. Naylor. After viewing the remains, the following verdict a rendered: "We, the Jury, find that Geow Williams came to hit. denth by being struck by a train nt or near the water tank at now land. Ky.. during tho nlRht of June ISth. 1910" be-lur- o MARGARET TOMLINSON EXECUTIVE SAVS HE 13 TOO MISS SUCCUMBS AFTER LONG ILL. YOUNO TO BE A HA3ITUML NESS GARRARD NEWS CRIMINAL A dispatch from Frinkfort to the city pnpr .Monday said Gov Wlllson today pirdniu-fluena VHtn Compton, sentenced lo the for life for househpniklnR ut tho Ncvemher term, '906. of the clrhuil court t'omplon is only 21 )ears id aRe nnd this wan hi third n tonvlrtlon. Th 'mrdon I AtIhe rommonwenlth torney, tho County Clerk, the Senator, It. I,. Hubble nnd ,t numbor ot (ho Ju-- I or Oo. Wlllson ny "Hint while Ihe habltunl criminal law I a very Rood one, It wns mndo do In i.tiiilsli settled criminal and not think that .11 young a man as this (oiuim within the purpose of the law, tilthoreh rlsnrl) within Him letter' Vouiir Compton resides in the west end of the roiintr pent-lenllai- y Lin-roln rerom-mended 1 C. WALTON WRITES INTERESTING LETTERS TO THU POLKS AT HOME. 22 Lancuater, Jur.o 27. The death of Mis Margnret Ma'rri Tomllnson Saturday evening at ilvo ('clock after a llngerlu-- i lltnes of tu gloom over tho en berculosis, cast The death of the tire community. rRed nnd li'fltm In year U expected, nnd will follow In tho course of time, but to cce a ) tiling lady, the pride of Ihe home In that she was th oldest ('iitiRhter and sister, taken olf In tho 11 Atlanta, Ga, June bloom of young womanhood Is Indeed sad nnd nil sympathize with Ihnie who are now so sorely bereaved. A change of climate In Henderson' tile, N. C, during tho winter montlu Was ndvlred by phvslclans thinking It the only means to prolong i'fr In Hi? spring she returned to I.anrnster nnd continued to grow weaker day by day until Satunmv iieuitiu when Una lit ful fever ended. 'vhnt innkes her deuth ilonblr sad, Ir that her mother is .'ilso a victim of that dread disease, t'ibi rculosln Lewis-Keeto- n POPULAR LOCAL WOMA'J AT COVINGTON WCDS Her many local IrlemM wow Rivally n.-surprised u warn ih.l nu l.iuesday at S o' nrk at h honw of her brother, Alfred A. in Loving ton. Mlis Lewis, of thl city. nnd Mr Charles W. Keton. if were murrltd The bride I a daughter or the lat.! Dr. T. M. Lewis of this county and Is ail'nlred by all for her elticleney, graclourness of manner and many h.hIIii? email-tie- r -t !.!, soleolei tor her fu- ntral were the youn? mn of tho tout iimiilty with whom sh- w.m so Inf. ntately associated, MU Tnmiltiscu having been one ot tne loadlnt; sucle- ty youns la ies and socit' favor 'is ol Utncaster Ti v fv Messrj. W 11 lltirton, John M t'arra, W D IHnny, J. Herbert Klnnr-'d- . I'r.ink V Marks burj and John K blormes. The fu (lieral was held in tne Lancaster ceme. tery Monday afternoon. s"ricbs beln conducted by Dr. K. II I'lerca and r - The You were kind mooch to nub- llsh my last letter and by your pood-pes- s you have gotten yodrsfdf In a lov, for here Is another right on the heels of tho first. Tell your proof he did very well for n bculnner nnd I think ho will como out fairly well If he keeps on trying. Tell him, nUo, that Dr. W. N Cralg knows how- to rit glasses and that bo might have Ihe doctor work on his optlos with proUt to hltiuelf Well, the Legislature Is upon us nnd the politicians large and small lobbv 1st and the like encutnbet the earth of this Godly city. For CO long .lnys will be with ut. but tho the work laid out for them could be onsly accomplished In a filth of the time if they would nttend to biulnoss I'ko business men. The question of huvlng biennial, rather than ) early resslons, will come before tho n'.gi'st body but Ihe change will not likely bo made. The per Hera fellows would Mrs. Eliza Cordler had u very nar row escape from dsath or serious Sunday aiternooii white driving out tho Mlmiunvillfl Hike to nttnml thn funernl of Mr. John Prltclmrd The1 horse she wns tlrivmz beenn tn hnr. as ho wns on the bridge over St ' Just Asnpn creeK. .Mrs. Cordler was un-- i nblo to stop him, but a inn In n rlg behind her caught him and held him long enough for Mrs. Cordler and her companion, a youn girl, to Jump out. Tho horse then hacked on o!f the brldg", smadilnR the buggy. The lull-Inon the bridge gave way and one end falling Into the water below, tho horse In a manner slid nnd was not badly hurt The buggy turned over completely In Its tall and had not tho occupants been em Mod to get out on the bridge, the consequences would have been horrible to contemy 11 g do-.v- TIED ON L. & TRACK AT POINT BEYOND CRAB ORCHARD. S N. jf 1 Fast train, No. 22. on tho L. & N. tnllroad, from Norton, Va., to Louis-vlll- o carrying members of tho Press Association returning from tho convention at Middlesboro Friday alter noon, at 4:G0 o'clock, hit an obstruction of cross-tiwhich had been ,'lac ed by tralnwreckers on the track In a c plate. Malcolm Miller PASSES AWAY IN RICHMOND LONG ILLNESS AFT-E- deep Rorgo between L'nat Ilirnftadt nnd Huel Patch. Engineer Michael Grady saw tho obstruction In time to slow down sonic-vhaalthough the heavy locomotive plowed through the timbers while going at a rate of 20 miles an hotii- - The pilot of the engine wa btidly damaged. The train was In charge of Conductor Joe Robinson. It was found that some murderously Inclined fiend had taken two cross t, lie. . t. Itiown. - Close Call TOOK WRONG MEDICINE well-know- Mr. Keeton is on cllljont, and will be of Williams-Lrnr- most prominent iud tuhstantlal most i It wa suspected at first tint Williams had own murdered and robbed and hi body placed on tho track to conceal the crime, bnt this theory did not hold Rood long a J6.35 wa found on hi person and hi brother stated to tho coroner that he hid onlv nboiit 110 when ho loft homo Baturdav aft eruoon. William spent a few dollar after ho reached town and the remainder was lound In hl pocketbook. Thc remain of tho young man were laid to ret In the Lancaster cemetery Monda afternoon, a large at the grave testlflug to the at I "0 o clock Monday I'loiuiur. "Inn his popularity they noticed something glldlm; thro' Ihe grass. They pursued the little Tobacco In Rockcastle nrmlnt, anl Mr. Kenolds sue reeded In endlnE Its existance with n BIO CROP EXPECTED AND WARE hllck. Kortunatfly the weasel had not reached the hen house n Mr :tey. HOUSES MAY BE DUILT nolds might not have fared so Lee Uupley lot about .i0 out of .1 I'he tobacco nop In Itockr.iMli- - for focK ol TO chickens recently nnd ,icr-sl&tfl will roach several hundt'ed while he nnd Mr. I5u nolds l.ve some Farmers who only put out one and dlstaiue ijiart. It is not unlikely that two acres last enr have out five and Ihe Utter Iips removed tht cauio of Mr. Itupte)' trouble nnd loss 10 this year. Cashier Richards nnd t.theti PROMINENT BOYLE A II Furnish who have alway COUNTY MAN DEAD nn active Interest In getting lit tobacco ludiiHtry started In thin conn-tHon D. C May, former representa recent!) boiiRht a farm nar Level tive of lt.iyle count) In tht Kentucky Ort-efor tho purpoKe of raisiag to- legislature, was found dead In hi He bacco, say that they huve out twenty loom nt hi home in Perrvvllle was 77 voars old and death Is believed Here and Hint It Is looking fine. .Mr. to have bevn due to acute Indigestion. Ulrhard who for n number of year He Is Mirvived by two daughter and was a tobacco raiser In Gallatin conn-I)- , two 50ns Mr Gorge W. Is enthusiastic in hi claim about Mrs. Porter Haley, A. J Mav unl M. M Mp, alt of whom reside In Itoylo Luokcastle as n tobacco producing county The interment took place tic sottnty. Mr, Richards suy thai a noon Monday In the Rider ceineterv at warehouse fur rehaudlliiR of tobacco Lebanon will bo erected In ML Vernon. Tho THE MARKLT3 W hlte Twist Dud U tho tobacco bsinp Cincinnati, Jun, 28. Cnttls. Il most raised und I specially cclpU ISO; market steadv to strong; n for that county. The link-rntdl- talr tou ool shippera JS2ti??7 2.".; 'or-moJ2tt4 25. Hogs Hetipta VjG; tobacco ciop will reach VI or murket qulelj butcher nnd srdppera jear.--.M- L Vert.an J9.45W'.'.55; more aero thl J'J.lOff'J 85. Sheep Itecelpta 1276; market stendy Sgnnl. and quiet. J2(f4.tO. Lambs Market rtrom; J48.10 two-leggfin-ill- ) Joseph Berka. a shoe maker, of Junction City, had a cloae MW bt.iin'c bride. cnll for his life Wednesday. He ncoldcntly took nn overdose of scmo sort of opiate nnd for 12 hours Orb Chicken Thief Killed '"base and Steele, of Junction City, worked with him to save his lire. :ARLY MONDAY MOKNlNC BY Ilurka was III Tuesday nlRht, nul MR. CIERO REYNOLDS took some me'lclne. Whatever it Mr Clcpro lteynolds killed a chick wns Curka took an overdobe and when hip rnmlly gent for the phvslclauj he en thief Monday mnrnlg. Don't Ret was sinking rapidly. The dojtora thoiiRh, for it was not a all cures known for the resucl-tatiothief, but a weasel that lud of patients overcome by an como to pay a visit to the gentlemen opiate, and, at last, rsvived Uurk.-i- . hennery. Mr. Reynold Is a very early riser His many friends will be glad to kciw b Is now out of danger and In 1 fair nnd In company with his Krunk llunn, wns sitting on bis porch wiy to recovery. congratulated by ill 11,1011 heirtily w'nnliif. d n Mr. Helm's Good Work CONGRESS ADJOURNS AND REP RESENTATIVE WILL RETURN w. . racmu-mondo- e Union Veteran CAN NOW DE CUHliD Thn iedl:ul tofi'SM'iii ' nil .luri'i ' JOHN PRITCHARD SUCCUMBS TO I a germ disease, but tho OPERATION FOR HERNIA j that thing that has baffled them Is to find John l'rltchnrd. a lTnlon vetumnj Bomo remdyt lint 'Alll get to the genu who bad lived at tlowlaud for many and them year, passed away Saturday t as Zomo, the clenn, external treatment, hernia,1 u result of an operation for by drawing with which ho had been sufferlm for has soved this dll'lculty or the skin won laid to rest In the germ to tho surface rome time. Ho that lluffalo cemetery Sunday afternoon, und destroying tho genu lir. forvlcea buliiR conducted at tho home causes the diseases. The whole by Mr J. C. McClury. by Mr. I'ritclmrl wna 6ft year of aire method ot treatment and cuie I Ho explained In an UitmeatluB nnd leaven n wife and two sons was a member of Iho Baptist church, book outhesubjcci Issued by tho makIt tells how to cure und will bo Hlncoroiy mourtiel by JtU ers of Zemo many frlonds. yourself nt home ol lCczUma, llluck-headPimples, Dandrufl and nil diseases 01 the skin and scalp. Cull ut TO CELEBRATE THE FOUKTH " Peiinjb Drug Storo for bookb't and this clean, tdmple Tho tjuimun Club of Ottenhelm wi , leant more ubout now recognlml the celebrate tho Koiuth of July at Its remedy that Is nil diseases of new club house near Ottenhelm. The standard treatment for Crab Orchard band will furnish music the skin nnd scaip. nnd refreshment will bo served on Lame shoulder Is almost Invariably Ever) body Is united, tho grounds. caused by rheumatism of the muscle T1IU TRUSTEES. aud yields quickly to the free applicaThl Stom-Hction ot Chamberlain's Liniment.enect-unl- . a 50 cent box of Get not only prompt and TpbleU ut Penny's Drug Store liniment but In no way disagreeable to use und stop all distress. Cum Indices-tloSold by U. L. Penny. or monev buck. Ze-m- o n h 1 u KCZKMAA GI-K- DISUASM Private Secretary GeorR? L. Willis, of Congressman Harvey Helm has re turned to his home at Shelbyvllle. As Couugres has adjournel, Mr. Helm is rrpected home very shortl In an Interview in a Shelbjvllle paper Mr. Willis told or some of the Mdcndld work ror his constituency ac complished by Mr. Helm durlug the term Just closed. The Congressman from the Klghtii Is one of the hardest workers In tho national body and U always found on the Job when the ot his people are concerned, Mr Willis said: "Mr. Helm has been excoptlomlly fortunate for a member of the minarlty Curing the last days of the sesslor. tie ai. appropriation of $60,000 to build a building public ut Iawrunceburg, on the J 7,500 site that hat, bwn nl rend) purchased under his last ses bion bill for Utut town; and, what seemed to please him most of all, was the victory he and other minority members of the Insular Affalis Com mittee wou for tho Island of Potto ntct. They changed the admlnlstiJ Hon bill that sought to make that land n depeudenc) upon tho hlto House a victim of Wall Steet and the sugar trusts, und fotced from them nlmost perfect territorial govern munt for tho worthy people of that U laud. He devoted more time to the preparation and deliver;' of Itlu speech the Ship Subsidy grab than tc idiy of his speeches at this sesblon nnd for the that bill has been The leader In both patties I resent at Washington believe there Is cer tain to be a demoorat'.c House uext time " 1 or even rather meet quarterly than once every two years of ny those member 1 he dallies tht House nnd Senate who arc persona noti grata with Gov. Ilrown wllj decide on n candidate to defeat him However, the for a the Gov Imu a strong hold on the Georgia people and predict he will out v II them In their plans. He Is a frail man, small in statue and getting along In years but ho Is a good mixer and understands the game of polltlrs thoroughly and give the man or men pltnd against him a fight they will never forget He unnounces that he will make no speches thus showing his good Judgment He Is not a magnetic speaker and ho knows It. Kach week sees an advance in rehl 3tate. The climax was copped yesterday when 1400 per front foot was icnllzed for a piece of property wt a very poor street and long wav from be heart ot town. A real e3tate man raid in my presence that 1200 would Ahave been a magnificent price tlanta dirt sells and sells high. There are 62 Walton in Atlanta, directory, but I know onlv tvvft ri them, my brother Mr T. U Nalton and his excellent wire, rise four members ol my lamlly rung the total to 66. Quite a colony. I shall try to meet some ol them if they are wealthy and prominent I may trv 10 hang on their family nee. Otherwise not to sover.'.l of I have enloyed going Sundty schools here at.d listening the to the delightful singing. I use the u,.ni "dellEhtfurbecause I know none so other that expresses the quality w.,11 At the Wesley Memorial sunday School eight violins, one claiionet, five cornets, two trombones, two rums and a piano assist the hunuruis voices and the muck- Is slmpiy 1. entrancing. Asa O. Candler, mahor r. icau-m- of the great drink. coct cola, is Wesley Men1.nl.1l member ot the every church, a prominent worker In leadlg citizen 01 good cause and a AtAtlanta. He Is also prouuDly lanta' richest man some clalmlu? th.i a hie Income Is at least 1.000W1 year. u.lver-tiklnAtlanta merchants believe In ago the dry ?oods Some time & John-sefirm of Chamberlain, Duboio 17 pages of tho Jours al used to tell about their good things they were offering This was a record breaker until n week ugo when Daniol Eros.. Peachtree street men's furnish the er. used 33 pages otlikely Georgian stand for This now record will I had the pleasuro or hearing av.hlle. r.x. Gov. Joseph W. Folk speak at tho Grand Opera Houso Sunday, lie same s Ilraugh-ton'in the Interest of Dr. Len G. tabernacle, which needed I5,'"'i semi-annuall- y n ties and fastened one to each rail, lengthwise and fastened them securely with heavy wires, one of the ties being further up tho track by a few feet than the other. When the cow cMeber hit the first tie, it tore It loose from the rail anl shot 't out in the valley below like a catapault for a hundred yards or more. The second tie was more securely fastened, however, and got tinder the cow catcher and had the engineer not put on the attend the funeral emergency brakes as quickly as he did, the whole train would nave been Harp-McGuflthrown down an embankment GO or 60 reet The United States marshal was POPULAR YOONG COUPLE MAR notified and a posse of men went out HIED SATURDAY AFTERNOON to the neighborhood to see if th J. H. McGuffey aud Miss Martha wretches could be located. I.arp, a popular joung couple living nbout four miles out of town 011 the Kings Mountain. Danville pike were united In marriage a' the home of Ho v. J. G. liul'ou SatJ. D. Haggard Is darvestln? his urday atternoon. Tne groom is a fifteen acres of wheat this week. son of W. M. McGuffey. and Is t Is visit'ug Miss Klolso Murphy pi eminent young tnrnier, while hi friends and relatives at Wayneshur? bride Is the attra ctlvc daughter of The Board of Trustees are c'tanlnij Martin Harp. The bridal part1- - was the graded school out well whim composed of Henry Harp. Mar.lv Mc will be a great benefit to tht comGuffey, Misses Frances Held, Kuth munity. and Ethel. Harp and thiir by An Ice cream supper was glv(,-many friends will Join In heartiest' Mrs. James Florence Thursday even congratulations and best wishes. ing which proved a great success. Mrs. Henry Carman, of Wllruore. v'slted her mother Mrs. Jaruee A'eorn Auto Fever. this week. of Pulaski count .Mrs. Wesley, STRIKES LITTLE WEST END CITY visited her daughter Mrs. J, D. Hag Malcolm MHler, one rif tlu best known citizens of Madison county, tiled at his home in Richmond 'ate Saturdu.v lifter a long InvidldNm fr in paralysis and other troubles He Is survived b) his wife, who was Miss a sister of Mrs Motile Hllzn McRoberts, ot this city, and three grown chldreu, Malcolm, Jr., und two daughters, Misses Mary and Margaret Miller, both very well known nere. Mrs McRoliert3 and Miss Uollle went to Richmond Sundny to ey u r ? OTHER LIVE NEWS S,ard. James Alcorn Is doing a profUahit McKinney, June 2" good old summer tlmoU herb blsines3 here. Well the tlorn to the wife of Nelson Gooch here at last and Is (browing in a fev degrees or heat extra lor good meas 1 Rirl. Mr. Henry Cross and f.imlv , of ure but up to date ho one nab 3ur'erd Frovidencp, Tenn., are vis'tin? their tiom sunstroke. Monday rarents at this place. left Rlffe. Miss Nora Fishing is fine in the H It lake at Chattanooga morning for Nashville. trip through Tennes Fishing Creek and an extendel ot Misses Thompson Bnd Tuyio see. visited their s'ster Mrs. Al Will Adams, of Somerset, vlblt-e- Cubanks. Mrs. Long Sunday. her mother Mrs. Daytcn. and bert The countv road betieen Hint-- ' friends here over Sunday. Mountain and Waynesburg Is being Mrs, Hebecca Landon, ot Mllledge-vlll- o v.orked this week. and Harry Jacobs and wile were The largest business house here and Sunday visiting at Grove Saturday will fcoon be completed and occupied, trlc-ndand attending services at 'he by Hester & son. new Seventh Day Adventlsi Church, The Alcorn fatuity aro well of the which .will soon be dedicated. k e.tsles. From the way automobile ngeiits tire county Miss Adams, of Casey ecmlng to this place it looks ilke some hdted her sister Mrs. William Carey thing would be doing aeon, as several htls' week. or our people have the fever The Infant son of Hiram Chltwond Mi. Clarence Bohon, of Harrodsburs was burled at Pleasant Point Thursand Mr. Ilufus Llpps. ot Hustouvllle. day. demonstrating thn d ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLE Too many winters Is a reason of toes und trouble. Tho trost-blltelingers, chapped hands and lips, 'hll blalns, cold sites, red anl rough skins provo this. Utit such troubles tly be fore llucklen'a Arulca Salve. A trla The greatest hoaler of convinces. burna, bolls, piles, cuts, sores, ecze ma and sprains. Only 25c at Penny's Drug Store. u F. M. F. car and took F. M. Ware nnd the writer out for a long ride nnd it ib one of the finest and best cars that has been hete bo far In the way or bpeed and ease of control. Mrs. W. F. Dlshou of tSanforl and Mts. Pugh, of Paris, were here with Mrs. Harry Jacobs. conT he band is getting along fine sidering that two cornet plaer nre on t.c-- sick list. A to nccomplUh Its completion. The boys hero have the bicycle levwas taken nnd J10.000 was rals- - er as thoro have been several n. vv ed. Nearly $100,000 had yrev.mu.ly wheels bought here recently and a I lie been collected ror tho project. Plcycle Club and some ruce.v aio on made u splendid address. tho go. wRovernor F. L. Keolev. lu was Introduced bywho referred (0 using of tho Oeotglan, If you are not satlsped alter editor of tho U according to directions two thirdb ol him as tho next president u tii! brought prolonged applause. a bottle ot Chamberlalu's Stomach your u and Liver Tablets, ypu can havo Mr. Folk Is hardly as substattHul and man In his appearance as his picture money back. The tablets cleanso is unfottunate In hit"-- Invigorate tUe s.omach. improve the make him and very poor volco, but what ho sayo dtgestuu. regulate the bowels. Give Sold by U Is to the point and has much lorce mom a trial and get well young mens' Demo-ctatlbehind It. The police Th him nnd his subordinates. Club wlned and dined itiimly gave nlm the U composed of a good looking, during his stay here and set of fellows, who keep the best 01 time ot hlo life. political bos here splendidly managed city 01 dor There U no This Is a and If there is any graft It ha not Tho luxation Is not high for what tne yet been discovered. A great and Rood citizens get nnd there la every evi city Indeed Is Georgia's capital K. C. Walton. to everybody dence ot Judicious work by the miyor Wei-netdaa c vere here Ottenheim. Oscar Jones has a patent attac't-jvon- t to a doublo shovel plow, whUh he thinks w ill be successful. Our prospects are good for a, sruuo k,lled uul crop The first cro, new branches and vines havo v lorth and new blossoms and snipes ur forming Gardens aud vegetables of all kinds nre farther behind In this section than over before. Hiram Kldd was thrown from a mule and received several cuts and up bruises with u very bad mashed w rdioulder. Mrs. Nancy J. McKinney, of Garrard visiting relatives relative In this 1 sipctoln. arI). Pollard 1 rejoicing over the rival of a flue boy Ht hi home M. V. Davis had a fine cow to die last week. Henry James and hi sou Jest luve b'goVon the sick list but are somewhat Improved at this wrltlu; FOR SALE good carpet and few nthvr articles. Apply at Collese. A t ztxz -- - rf ' t AE two TUG INTEIUOIt JOUUNAJ., . ,M t. TUF.BIMY, JUNK 2, 1910, The EVElir At Interior Journal Established TUESDAY 1872. SOCIAL THURSDAY NIGHT imwwwmwwwwmmmimmmt fl AND FJllDAY Tcr Year In Advance. 8AUFLEY The Christian Endeavor Society of tho Christian church wlU.gje rt clal nt the ehurch Thursday nlgnt. Th young peoples societies of the other churches are cordially lnlt'il. AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR well HELTON Publisher Entered ford, Ky At the Post ORlce at Stanas Second Class mall. i Is' (Vimribell Cnntrlil defentil Claud Thomas for the DemocraUr iiomln.i' tlon for Congress In the Seventh bv pbout 2,500 majority In the hoi J Saturday, few wire Fiirprltel nt the result. Cantrlll'g work itk had nil tho money they coald tpend, contributed by the xVhlsky nnd I'.eer Trust, the Tobacco Trust the School Hook Trust and other big interests," which Cnntrlil had represented so long as a professional lobbyist. The active support of Clarence Lebus, THE FOURTH l& A OAD DAY the republican president of the Durley without Insurance Tobacco Society, undoubtedly hurt for the man Thomas considerably tho voters seem- Every time a rocket b'trst? over his ing to forget, however, that this was house he has heart dlneiine. If you just what gave Cnntrlil the nomina tion over KimDau two years ago. i;an-tri- nren" insured better have us Issue carried all the counties In the dis- J on a policy trxiay. Tho freedom trict except Hourbon and Woodford. from worry It will afford you U none Ills majority in Franklin wan small. That he carried it at all was due to worth tho cost of the insurance. J the fact that tho "old orgnnliatlon" was not at the helm actively In charge Fish &Penninglon, of the fight for Thomas, the leadership being held by a number of prominent tobacco men. ll 3 $?ffi klvT' Flanders 20 E. M. F. oO BaKer Electric 2000 to $4000 StudebaKer Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested. Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Haynes $2000 $750 5I250 rrad Panamas ai)d I OOOOO OOOO O OOOOOOOOOO O O O OOOOOO0 Danville Ice & Coal Co. Danviiicjy. &&&MM&Mh&0!i&h&iMy You Are Never Well Dressed Without a Genteel, Becoming Hat. The size and shapeof a man's face should control the style of hislnt . Full - shaped Stanford, Kr., Phone 200 fc;u;iyJ.Vi7 A FINE SHOWING The directors of the Firt National Hank of Stanford at their meeting held on June 24th, declared a dividend of three per cent, payable luly 1st; tarried four per cent, fJ.OOO to the burplus fund, and paid expenses und bad left over for undivided profit account, about $1,000. It .' Stesorjs At the services at the ltaptlst church Sunday morning H. E. Gaines and Thurlow Jones were ordained as deacons. The revival services conducted by Kcv. J. H. Daniel continue to be largely attended. Mr. Daniel spoke on "Success" Sunday afternoon. DON'T GET TRAPPED INTO POOR PLUMBING 1910 1910 ANNOUNCEMENT. "The Land of Now." 100,000 Fertile Acres Abounding lu everything that Exalts and Embellishes Civilized Life. iAnd for Home or Investment, Association with the best citizenship. No saloons', no social disturbance. Churches for ail denominations. All work together for the general welfare. Schools second to none. I STYLISH AND RUNABOUTS BUGGIES AT TEMPT- INGLY LOW PRICES. INSPECTION IS INVITED. merely because It seems cheaper. It Is only seeming. It may be the dearest Invstment you ever made. If your family's and your own health are anything to you. get the best plumbing you can. Wu are ready to estimate on doln fbat kind for you. IW 'H. HICC1NS, he & I at$3.50 and $5 for the larger and older I men inYachts, Stiffs and at $1 to $4, soft are hats the fancy colors small-shape- d Stanford, Kentucky. WmmmmmmmmrnHummmmmmm py m suit all ages and sizes. ooooooooooooooooooooo.ooooo$ B the things for the young men. We can W."?. WARNER, Phone i 88- - Bring Your Produce To Us. opened produce rioute on SomWe erset itreet and will ike higheit raukrl price (or ,11 kind, ol country produce. Bring ui Stanford, Ky. ?J :i r Telephone exchange and connection everywhere, electric lights and modern Improe- ments. Religion and education held bacred. Greatest prospects. Available resources. Rare opportunities. Rich soil. jour tint. H. J. McROBERTS. OOOOO OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO M.iO. BASTIN & CO.v Sunfotd, Ky. ! O0O BLAOKSMITHING Hntlafnetlon Abundant crops. Rousing conditions. Distinct advantages. Crops In great variety. Cn the road to prosperity. Unlimited possibilities. None superior In fertility. True to tho right. Yielding abundant harvest. King of good roads. Youth and beauty reign. Prices right Write for catatonic. Farms from 25 to 400 acres; prices from $40 to $140, according to location and Jraporvemenla HUGHES Real Estate. &. SWINEBROAU. Lancaster. Ky. purity and dellclousness with quality they are unequalled. Talk bines nourishing value. Try n bag h'gh all you like about "good,, paints, and ho convneed. lhen do a little actual painting with a small sample from our stock nd watch results. You'll satisfy J. H.Baughman &Co. yourself that you can buy no better npaint for the money anywhere. Lit our pamt talk. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burgln, KontucKy. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. y Itrlng your lilackimitnlnc; and general repair work to me. Hone ihoolug nJv. tfaop oppoiltn KUaranteed, Phillip.' concrete ttorv. JArKHTinXt'KKTT. THE .PATENT .NO.. 1 .FLOUR .IS Htanford. Ky. UNCLE SAM'S PRIDE and ours also; "The Perfect Fionr ' a scientific product of the most milling methods. The bread ARTISTIC sn- shades in our ready nixed colors-Fo- r rolls. caVe and pastry it yields aro com uine health foods the kind that durablity and uniform high G. L. Penny R. II. Coffey . R. Coleman J,L.Beazley&Co., Ice Cream Soda Water nates . iAna Vfttlnnnl Kchonl '"?n;f ' of Auctloiuwrt, CMchro. and m, i..nn Cndertalcers and Embaltv Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings, Rugs. They will eichange Furniture for ill Kinds of Block. Give Them a Call. Prices Right en. I s Ky V3 Qraps Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Htnnforl. Krnlucky, FARMERS As usual, we are handling this just what you need in r, .old one ockYrd..OI.!cgo.h.re mi CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! lione.Sle. where Snu.ale wire niiule 1 nch U o iclence and lm I can furnlili the Uhv. Auctluiuvrlna bvit. iibone me well as the frt.uett puouowltb thenlani. a. Hreor lurtleilttHlththl.ldfB. tnur anlt. ol cut Mowera. nl . . ........ hi ('Jill j all UluUi, l)Ult, potted flower., mi thort I liULia-l- l mftkeial?iloyourfldnntage. once. Aitu miiKe a tpeciuuy or wreath, for for funeral purpoei. 1 ... S'FORD. - KENTUCK Jacobs, Harry Manufacturer Dealer In und of in ronuectinu witn thvalKire, I hnvo all kludi of TeKetitlilei on hand ut rrnumnl.ln price.. illlKIHTMANflllKKNIIOrHKH. Kli lU'lillAHIP. I'hoh. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBgggBR Htnii'rd, c3 Marblo and Cranlto ) ft- tVlonu-mont- s, 8 - 4r J Spring Binders, Mowers. Hay Rakes, Harvesting Twine and Oil. jgjd M?COffiMICrC 1 fly Cemetery uud Lawn Marker! and Tom, OiUce und work,, Mo Vuieinncl hetteei. rWeareln po.ltlon todnnll kind, of eon. Klnuey.Ky. cretlnK. iucIi a. lllot'k Work, l'uTement. we tiling rrimir suu.in rue., to acan maknany Wo fence iio.t. can .ervu bou.edou you promptly and guarantee f1r.t-clurn uuu material, Urtii ana Ri'I our price. & uviuro jruu uuy your uiaii'riui at loa.t. Have.'your inenuru taken ny a inuor oi Tlien.vourclotlie., whether a low Stanford, Ky. tult or tli llne.t Vuvenlnu nrlcii bnilm-.. ill unio .!.. .wMii.uw...... ntlll ... win I...... m cioiue.plainly tndlcato Inill.rlilllflllt made tit to they were uhlcli take uuuiuru. 1 will ulio fanur your meii. joar r.ip npu ve.ts. tor mtri trmiherM. coatil and' o ercoaU. Hprlng and Humme. e on unnu rtunj lur juui hiiiuiiu Kor houte, carrlaKe and Ixri.pnf ntlntt lauipie. puper huiiKlnit nl.o liuitgy trliumluK Jt.O. HUl'LKV.TheTallor,Ky. of ull kind, luch n tops reroerel curtalna Htanford, and booismade. HtopoerAldrldiie'ahlark amltbshtip Weit Mala Mt., Hluuford Ky., a. CONCRETING jL, 1 ( Detroit Vapor The 11 Litest In Summer Stock. r,MsMBWHwsj'"iNfcr' PHILLIPS BROS.. J. . j OIL STOVES Absolutely Wickless, NojAs-beato- 8. f.i... BELDEN, No Cotton Wicks.JC ileco-ruth- ThcVeryJThinglfor ff Summer Cooking. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Uxlge No. 60. 1'. 4 A.M. wlllmvet In Mated romiuuiilcutlon uii eacu flrat and third Momluy ulKlitaofeach month, ut Ti'JU o'clock lu tlielr hall on main atreeet, Htan. ford.Ky. MemU'raof .later lodxeture Invited to ho pre.eut. T. W. l'houeNo.. J J llKI.DKN. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. desire to sell prlvutulytmy stock of (lro cerltsnnd Hardware. IwIiik a good Will Invoice about li,'"'. Htu.ou III health. (IKO. 1). UOHl'KU.HtanfordJKy. I butt-ne... bbIbHi' HiHbBbbH Rj LlBLBBBBBBTlf' Mnkes life in tlicf kitch- - encndurablcjnfliotr2 i i weather. . No.M.JjWf, We are the recognized headquarters JOS. S. RICE, Agont. for all farm machinery and supplies in W. A. TRIBBLE, this part of Kentucky. Come in. No.r7,10stUA. X, X. We have several second hand bugheo. gies on hand right now at figures that TIMETHBLE will suit your pocketbook. Better look L&N. a,l,Houtli, lliSdr. No. No. Houth, Max, No. H, North, l:U u. at these before you buy. No, North, bU r. u. M, W, A. GI30. H. FARRIS. ' When Hungry Oursou's Ilcktaurunt ImcuUr, HtrMt, Htanford K, Meals served nt ull hours up to U1p .5 lloatplucolu wnfor a good iiulok innil. Cooking to lull our cuatom r.oqr apvolnlty, Hpleudld new line o( fancy Oroccrlei, Hot Poflee, Handwlchea, ples.Cllutter milk and sweet milk, etc, ut ull times, OOTO H. B. Northcptt, .ifALERIN Live And (VuU. . Drtl Poultry, Etfiis, Ice, Yt.!, Hiilue, Furs, Suit, .ere. (Tlntcr.il And , , ' Furniture uud Undertaking, DaylPhoiio 28. Night Phoue 133. iv.Tliers. rhone J." PENCERROS., La i er. v Urunch Hotso Stunford, Ky. Stanford. Stanford, Kntiry, . A.CARSON, Prop. Thunnnn K. Tudor, Mic. '' i. r. I 3 mm ii"SiSiT T Hi nfiri " m THK INTERIOR f iIEsBaY, JUNK 28. 1910. lOUnNAL. rr PAGE THREE Men's Tan Low Shoes. In Correct Styles niul Best Qunllty. Itejiular $3.00 Shoes nt $1.05. Men's Patent Low Shoes. In High Grade Goods sold nt $1 nnd 85. Tnke nny nt 82.05. Get your future needs out of this sale nnd save 81 to 8'2. On Snlc Momlny 8 A. M. Celebrate the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Ilarcoin Shoes We will cloe out our entire line of Men's Low Shoes in Tan and Patent Leathers. Thiun n ih iii.4u.aiir. i.'....i,.in .i. ... m...u... .i. to sell at J3 to C per pair. Wo have decided to Kive this space to n different of Roodi and you can profit by this solo They are on thu bargain counter ,ine (n the center of our store and you can have your choice at f 1 9.'i and 2 93. 'llwlEa Men ii. Short Local News. Wither twine at W. Fly Fly .eiytblng at the Paper;-FlySereens7Fly at-th- Men's Bargain Socks. As n flyer to go with these shoe bargains wc will sell ISO pairs, Men s Silk Finish Socks, the 19c kind nt 13c per pair or two for 2c. Not ove four pairs to one customer. Am,, itf TV SEVERANCE & SON, ii. Stanford, Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected. hlllerx, We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States, charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. No Siiliihur, Okla. week. Mr. Sam Spoonamcre, of Knowllle, Mrs. Miller nnd handsome litt'e ron Ieiin., spent a few dayrt with the and Miss Florence Shelby, u( Arrndiu, homelolks, returning Sunday night to bookkeeper with tare Kucts of their sister Mis 1' M. accept a position .it. the oSuth Knoxvlllo llrick Company. Mcllobert. Mrs. J. O. Carpenter, Jr., and little flev. 1). M. Walker has returned boys and Miss JJessle Collier, or the hore ho Irom Garrard colnty, Hast Kud, spent Saturday with MIki n succesttut rcrlral service nt Kit Huffman. rw Antloch Church. (. I Penny is back from th anO. C Martin, ot Stuartvllle Mr grand-son- , nual meeting of the Kentucky Pharmahas been the guest of his at Olymplau W. O. Mortln. Master Patrick Httt ceutical Association has also been with Mr. Martin. He was chosen as a deleSprings. Miss Margaret Dibb, who has spunt gate to the national meeting. some tirao In Nashnlle. has returned The' Harrodsburg Republican wiys to her home here. Her grnndruother. seriMrlth her that Mrs. W. Con Hell who was Mrs. Mlttle lllbb returned In when Little Miss Alice Klgney, ot ously Injurel in the accident who nan been Uie guest ar Judse Hell loft his life, has sulflrl.-nt-Miss llertle McClure, returned home recovered to be taken from th Saturday, Miss McClure accompanied honpltal to the hotel. her and Is now bcr guest. d Lan-ratte- There Is n new lino or 25c box Jnmcs If. llaughinan went to WinMiss Ida May Adams is tho hoitt. ss special vnlues at I'ennjs inm chester on business Monday Ap Nevlus, of Winchester, wan here of a most delightful house party. The Store. following gucfcU rre the rcci,il-ii- ls this week with his mother Mrs Sam Itoblnson and baby lire of the two weeks splendid entertainPERSONALS. on n lslt to her parent in New lied-lor- mentMIsh Jennie Farrh Kulley. Mass Will McCarty Is In Cincinnati Trankfort, Miss Kdltli Hill, Cloc'nnaif Miss Anna Chancellor was the guest big Rrandmother, Mia. Hamnnthu of friends and relatives in nt Morcland Miss Clarice McKlroy, Covington! last wrek. Haush. .Mls I Vina McOraw. Junction Cltf: Mr. J. I). I'ugh, of Paris, has been Miss Cynthia neck Is at home Irom Miss Theodosla Peak, I'avt ttevllle; the guest of Mrs. ''aulkner Dlshon fur Knoxtllle, where she taught fhool u pleasant visit Ark., nnd .Mies Sarah llaugbtmin Uit year. The ladles Aid Society of the lap-ti- Stanlord; .Messrs. Sam Nichols, Danchurch will meet with Mrs. J. I). ville; T Landrum, Harrodsburg: HilMr. nnd Mrs. A. I. Iltinn and Mr. I'rank llunn spent Sundny with tlilr Wearcu Trldny afternoon. Judge K. II. Ritchie and wife, of ly McOraw, Junction City; Harold I'Kithvr In LoulMlllo. Mineral Wells, Texas, are the ifjeats Urown and Whitney Payne, Warsaw. Miss Nora II. Johnson, or Hood lllv-er- of her parents, Mr. fciid Mrs J. N. 1 he entertainments of the week given OreRon, has returned home filter Menefee. by Miss Adams In honor of her guests Mrs. Kittle Iltisli and Mrs. lenla ilsltJn Mrs A. I', llunn. Hush Cox, of St. Louis, stopped by lor nere a card party Monday "vitiini;. reMls llertn Jean 1'enny will no u lslt to Dr. nnd Mrs, J. O. Carpenter ception Wtonesday evening and litt to Frankfort tomorrow to be tho jtueit and family en routo to Lancaster to evening n dance nt the Miller hotel. Mt other relatives. of Miss Helen O'llear Wednesday evening Miss Miry I). Cnrter ban returned At the reception jlev. Will Hopper who Ib nt Ktirn- htimo Irom PittsburK. Pn., where she relrtshments were hervd to one hunl side during the Hummer spent luiinht Inst term In the School .'or the dred and twenty me Mt. Vernon Slg cays with the horaefolkn lata lienf She noes th s tall to teain at ntit 1 . se-r.ihi-r- llliis Co;il.v More Another stock oM)ollar watches at at the Country Stare. Dcfore you buy a parsol see the ones Country Store. Chnntccler neckwear Is the latent fud. We have it. Cummins it Wear-en- . 8table for rent." Klrby. Mrs. MAYS COLLECTION WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Mattle D, Ponder, gunx, tobacco if!S an J tee smokers. Geo. H. Farris ' Large line of Princess dressers, druggets nnd rugs. W. A. Trlbble Hinder twine, hay forks, hay Hikes nnd harvesting oil etc., at W. H. rFountain AND Somerset, ... AGENCY. Kentucky. " BUYS NICE FOUNTAIN. lor sale First clas 1111 City J. Iltecher Adams, of Danville, has O. W;u!.er, sold his big soda fountain to V," II, thresher at a bargain. KUinlord, Ky. Lair, of Hustonvllle. Mr. Adatrnt is one ot the Mgb class lceless For Sale Hrand new Oliver type'o.intalnH the first one In Danville. model; nt a bargain, Kd writer latest C. Gaines, Shirts want. DASE BALL AT HUSTONVILLC Lancaster. 21-- 3 Our clothes cleaner and repairer Is The Mlddleburg banc ball team will cross bats with thu Hustonvll'e nine on duty again ready to wait on the on the lntter's grounds next Saturday trade. Cummina & Wcarcn. afternoon nt 2 30 o'clock. A Kood Found Pair of gold rlnvned specgame may be expected as both teams put up a classy sample of ball tacles. Owner can get same by lor this ad. This oClce. MR. SEVERANCE'S NEW CAR Will Severance drove from Frank fort Saturday In his handsome nuw llnllldny nutoinoblle. It Is a ;'. hore power enr arid as fleet and beautiful an a bird. Ilev. Joe Seveance Is agent for this car ncd Mr. Severance bought' it thro' him. It is one of the finest cars in thin part of the State. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. ' Arrow Brand Collars The Style you like and the size you My barbershop will In the future bo open Sundays till noon. Kd Wil- kinson. l'.ott E. C. 31-- 2 A & O.' Ilcward,jhrreturn to Son's. class pin with letters "N. Sev- W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. 1 ooooooooooooooo 0. t o 0 o 0 O eoooooog O erance 4, ' Pure Deerlng Sisal binder twine at S cents n pound. J. G. Weatherford, 3U 4 Hustonvllle. YOUNG MR. BADGETT Horn, on Juno .": to tho wlf.j of Mr. n F. Badgett, near Hiistonvllle, son, Thomas Faulkner. Jr. The mother was Miss Graela Dlshon, of Stanford. Bailey's Gomet 0 O is . f 0 0 0 0 t: o o o o o o o o )' 0 0 0 0 0 a ! v! Faded i it' 1 o 0 Buy our line of wool clothing. They will not fade. 0 0. t All-wo- ol Blue Serge, or Light Crash Suit, or a Light, Quarter-0 ft Two-piec- e Suit lined 0 Will Keep You Cool on Q o ,o These Hot Days on O 0 0 0 0 : At a meeting of tho directors or this bank, at its bauKlui; house in Stanford, Ky., on June IK. lOlO.tt us losohed that a meeting or '.ho shareholders bo called to meet on Tuesday, .Inly ifi, 1010. at lis lunulas offlco in Stanford. Ky..to vote on the p'opt-sitioto amend tho articles of issocia-tio- n SCUDDER COLLINS. ot this bank ns follows Kit st To increnso capital toJlP. 'I lie mnrrlngo of Miss Lucy Scudder. or Madison county, to Arthur Collins, COO and to nuthorlze the director! to S;cond-- lo of Bourbon county, took placo nt the sot price or new stock. parents lueiease tho number or director! to country liomc or the brldo's W. M. might. Cablner lllftcen. Sunday June 19tli nt 3 P. M, Ths one, only a few oloiio wus a unlet i't ti: telatlvos of the contracting parties being prownt. Tho happy unltn Is i tho oulminotion of sovoral months yet come as an agreeable G9 l 0 jiurnrlso to tholr legion of friends as only a fow wero apprised of tho 3 an nuptials. Tho bride only dauglitur of Mr. J. N. Scudder and Is n Hlstor of Messrs. IUchurd and Hobcrt Seuddor or tnw coi.nty nnd U ono of Madison county'u rulr-es- t o o o o o o Will French a native of Knox conn-t- ) who has been doing a land offleo business nt Llvlngsto n dishing urt "liooic" and n, cheap grnde at that to the toys, was Drought here Wednesday Mid lodged In Jail on the charge of Illegal pale of whisky. Thero wcm- - enough witnessed o make about flltcen counts against hioi but ho plead guilty In two casoi and Iho others wero dismissed. The In tho olflco or tho oStircrn agent at Livingston show French Una received over 100 Jug? In thu last few weeks. Mt. Vernon Slgnas. , 'i. rtllCE TO .SHAREHOLDERS .OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION- AL BANK. I L. K. Hughes T. Humble W. O. Martin I NEW NECKWEAR We call your attention to our new line of Dutch mings. Also a beautiful line of Allover Lace Collars in j'n stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace TrimCollars n o Black and White. Also new Jabots in one, two nnd three I piece effect, with Cluny unci Imitation baby Irish trimmiiuj3 Our line of neckwear is always new and complete. We child-ren. wed-tfln- g J. C. McClary, carry only the latest creations for Ladies, Misses and Come in and be conviuced. I 1 HUGHES, AARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, and bet. 10 Your Summer cation Trip. Va- O '0 !0 a o a B 0 ! i You Will Find Our Line & 0 Full of Cool Clothes o HOT WEATHER. 0 FOR 0 The groom Is a son of n prou.lnunt rainier or nourbon county, hi. is located at Carlisle an on L. & N It. II. olllclal nnd Is a man of storing qualitlos. Imiucdlutuly nffvr tho Mr. and Mrs. Oodlns loft for iindortakor ' SUM I'hOtlM. Iltt. anc1 Embaimor KY- IIOIIIH I'llOIlftt, STANFORD, L Z?mmm . STANFORD. KENTUCKY Double Your Profits by Using an J equip-conveyor : limnllton, O.. to visit rortiUves Cures dizzy spells, tired and liver trouble, keeps you feeling-stomach INDIANA SILO. wmm ..w v...w..w, t Cummins STANFORD, This store Is & Wearen, Schaffner & Marx clothes o 0 well all summer. That's wjiat IlollU-tor- 's Hocky Mountuln Tea will do. Try it and you will always buy II. 36 cents, Tea or Tablets. Sbugara & Tauner. .. mmmmmmmammmmw any man who uses one. Ask mnt.impil'in Hip ;luirks. . ... I W Citt of Toudo, I( Lwm County m.kc calli thtt to U rmlai nuM nrm J. fllKI.LY it r.nu. ..fJ lhCuiNti nfotV Toledo. CXxinlir (k. IMIB2 "J but. - i puura la 1 CUr l u .. v af'ircuu. Atui uw tM prrn win pr V,? C4 ot (ATinna ihi cnuiKt bt rurru ly u cm) ut Btitc or Ohio l: KENTUCKY. the home ofl Iart, Why continue to waste When the poor stock? reach of all and fully gear nnd look ot tlK latest In harms- nine acres ot corn and mu,cmutltt rmshiciiiMV ui'l npprovo of It as well as Also agent for the most In luy mB(C ... Pworn W Utox m. Mul "..'.' Ma nh in ct Dcttuttr, A V iks Our efor'i of saddles nro etrong ae ments, Cutters, Practical A W OICASON. whips, fly n na 'and loader. NctiI IldJO- well made, and we for if li trvttkrrh Piim lAkMk ffitfnu Via have endless b,uan ti.it mi u'ankets. etc, ma tnucoui tjrlut ut llx ttw I .'rain, therefore corn hand-i- n the field loses 51 per 5 per cent, total food value SILO is 95 per cent. per cent, of the food value of corn cob. leaves and stalk, 40 per cent in the led by cutting and shocking cent, by putting in the SILO saved by feeding through the 54 BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG 0 g " wilw-- i U-- - t. half of your feed and have INDIANA SILO is within the antccd. $185 SILO holds, feeds 28 cattle six months. ensilage and and corn elevator te ! V dlnvtlr uiwa ltiriu. Boon wr mtioiMiiM. in bliJ titles and qualities lo suit all tauten .LjMwurM,4l H fMErWR TUB INTERIOR JOUP.NAU TUK8DAV. JUNK 28. 1910. Instant Cash Relief At Any Cost. Sale Opens On !H Cash Relief Is Our y.v.'IVJi" imi .u. k .j.. ".? J "537" 'aa j tt.tt i - GREAT Only Satisfaction! MONEY-MAKIN- G Sale Opens On SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, 1910. v: line of txlri trousers nnd to mnke you look with them, you should wear n nice pnir of the "Crossett" Oxford. Also Lndies Oxfords, Vici Kid, Patent Leather and Swede well-dress- SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, 1910. SCHEME ! -- A "ew nnd FACE TO FACE WITH TROUBLE! over-loade- d ! f :? i ! iti i WAIT, WAIT, WAIT ! Por the Up-to-da- te A Dull Season has left Mr. Sanders with an stock. It must be cleaned out. His stock must move Prices Have Been Cut and previous values thrown to the winds ! "Clothing." When you buy cloth from us, you can rest assured t it you are in perfect style. Our lint depnrtme"'! .s now more complete thnn ever. We have to show you the new Milan Straw Ynchtnnd Pnnntnn Call around lw.'forc you buy. v Biggest, Best, Most Startling, Unmerciful, Bona-fid- e Sacrifice ever known in all past history of Kentucky. It is all past believing; SS $18,000 worth of Merchandise to be thrown on the market, at the mercy of the public, on SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. I o'clock a. m., sharp, at the most ridiculous sacrifice ever set in type, and at such powerful reductions that never met the eyes of mortal man before. Don't miss it. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry and everything you must eat and wear, you can find in this sale. G-oods at SATURDAY, JUNE astonishing, 9 :j ."ancy 1 25th, .... :: .'a.: .T..I ...... . Is-f- i w ii .. 7 . .". "Ti.. ;;.;;' !.!. . ." w J. j'B Get My Price On House Paint, Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and 1 5 ' STOP, LOOK, READ CAREFULLY THESE PRICES JilRVd FINK SUITS tho same liare always paid from $7 to 13 forf Sale price jr.55 MK.VS HIGH GRADE. Dark Silk mixed milts, tho best for business wear (4.93 JOT WHAT WE SAY here, but the values themselves. The lti about the loudest, 12 to TIC ralnei sale $7.43 HANDSOME BLACK THIBETS. unfinished worsteis. $13 value3 AND UNDERSKIRTS LADIfcS Children's shoes and slipper..., 18c or plain handkerchiefs .'or '0c and other farming implements. MUSLIN FURNISHINGS I ndies' fine blark hose, per pair 7 2c AND THESE. BARGAINS white underskirts, worth 30c corsets (summer) . .38c Ladle yd 5c H3c All American and best calicoes 1.G0, for 18c Rabies' Straw H001I3 for Best quality apron ginghams yd 5c white I'.ables' tine quality Hoods for 3'C All embroidery flounce , 8c yd $1.49 10 cent dress ginghams skirts, worth $3 for 13c straw ticking, per yard 7c 12': c and 15c dress ginghams y1 9c fine knit vests, worth 20e 30c heavy feather ticking per yard i7c 9c Fancy lawns 10 and 20c grade, yC V'Ke for yard 11.25 lace curtains 3 to 3 I'ancy linen dress suitings, worth 89c l'ancy Corset Coers, all size long, per pilr 10c 25c a yard for..... 19c worth 35c, for 11.50 lace curtains .In white, tan, worth I I'aucy wash silk, all colors, 95c red and green, large .. .. SHOES. I 38c r,0c a yard 19c Ladles' and Gents' 50c belt3 SHOES are tho hardest to mo1 e so 30e Mohair all colors per yard. 39c 95c we are going to sell all our big stoik Best umbrellas for f ess and coal lining, all colors. Men's 50c tie' (100 patterns)... .19c of Shoes at prices that will make ou 12c st tin finish for loe luy your shoes WoAMianilers' big enlo ..9S Ladles' fine collars each ttale jrlce 'J i "?; 18 and 20 Inch embrotder'cs fir TiOc Combs and Barrettes each. ,.15c Ifyou have nay thing to stll JJKKK Wli HAVE prepared a Hue Look at These Price. beautlfu' iorset covers or skirts 2e Men's fine shoes and oxfords, lat I'est Side Combs per pair of which wo are proud. Picture in the 'c i'c signs, for Children's 13c Sjpporters per pair .'c . .. .$1.7. est style, black and tan for yourself a handsome ser&e 1 i to U inch embroidery an I Inser Men's patent Vlci kid Cuban heels lined of tbo latest models. A MEN'S PANTS OF ALL KIN?S . 4c LINE STOCK tion worth 15c S2.3S mer:ity to sell them o low. No wotth $3.50 75c Mens Pmts worth $1.50 fourth)-,cy for this sale. IS values at 2'JB Mens Pants, worth $2.30.. .. S1.2 Men s shoo3. worth $4, sale prlco $2.32 All our Val laces and Take to ?' TOUNO MEN'S SUITS Three .regu'ar 12c values .St.75 ".00 pairs of Men's low cuts and Mens pants, worth $3.50... shoes of all kinds of leathers, l.Ti pants worth $.50 . or color. worti sizes 14 to 18, lot Men? Table llueu white iltv suits NunncIIey's New Stock Yards st le button, lace, win make 35c toys' knee pants worth aw ..." 19c panU, will be put In four bit; 0c per yard He lni'anii scl h every day in thi one big lot In thU sale. Show i'lid H.45 MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. tola at Ji.15, $2.93, U-'linen toweling worth year except "suuday. HniiR on worth not less than $J."0 go at $2.38 Crash and J9c .Minn sh!rt3 wa'Ul 73c SOYS SUITS We cany th 2e JEc per yard your stock. BtMt market iu 85c All our men's shoes are cut from largest line of Boys' and Chilie.: Si shirt in Crab the ijtato with plenty ol 3jc :.0c to $1 for this sale. j ... Cotton toweling, while or tun arirt Men'-tilue shirts worth ldren's suits In Crab Orchard 4c wtl ami 9c a yard ... Stop and consider that we must Is worth Men. fine hose worth 15 .. SHOES. lk'nt oivercil pciik, nutiiila of Louisville or Lexin'tnn. LADIES' water 79s Men's Overalls worth $1 for... ell these suits at the lowest ladies' $1.30 shoes or slippers. HATS AT HALF PRICE STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch' anil feed husiiiem. c prices. Suits worth from !2 Mens Shirts and Drawers each 19c r.ther throughout, ror ; 2Cc dox to J5 to ro at from 7Gc up to. 52.35 "oilsh. all colors black, tan and j; ju.tent or vicl shoes or slippers $1.24 American Tin Fruit wans 7c $:; gun metal or vie! slip Half Price Meen. only at ratent. M.,. 1. Fruit Cans DOMESTICS. Y. L. MCAHTV.rrw. E. C. WALTON, L. . HUGHEjj.S. AT LADIES' WAISTS lT3 or shoes, all bizes. ..... 10c Ueu Apple Vinegr . .. 19c a gallon' 4 spools Sansllk all color? . . .. . ........ ......... 1.. el.- ' '.( . . . .1 or uaiuiu.. ijK I. ?arl shrdl sbrd shr 2 1S Kn. s.f 3 dozen Ocean Pearl buttons for 10r I.auics uausif wuisn, guaranteed pumps embroidery trimming for . . . 95c 10c Men's and Boys' hats fur :3.Ca 2 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 11 n.-- - - I . r.i-- 7c "I . V-Pr- ? 1 , ... Stanford Real Estate Co.f Stanford, KentucKy. AND IF YOU DO'.BT US COME OTHERS IN nlGH GRADE MERCHANDISE . V. VISIT UP. IT WIUU LET "US i PROVE YOU COr,E AND SELF. OUH STATEMENT WILL DO NO GOOD UNLESS E - YOU WILL SAVt MUn . " .LuTn Al HALF PR.CE. YOUR PURSE AND TO VOUPSELAMD ALL OUR SADDLES HArtNESS ... ....... ...mrnorni. All : ot SEE FOR YoL'R. wr Farni3 "' 2. ad Town Sold. 1 I L. L, SANDERS, FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. 10U-4- Pro'xrt' Hnudlel on Cuniiuiviou. ducks ami Ilondi If you Have Pro1erty to Sell or Kent Notify Us. Write for Circular to Ky. L. R. HUGHES, Crab Orchard, jeoooo o o o o me, TO MAMMOTH CAVE Secretary, Stanford, Ky. For .ile 100 foot tobacco bed. A. . K. Hobulns. Stanford. I'hone Wanted To Kent a farm of about l&U or 200 acres In Lincoln county. 31-- 3 Apply this olllco. n Wanted two good horqe five to je.irn old. must be stilctly giiutrl ov-e- ' ; i; anl kockJ Olivers. W l. Kiiusild. SlfCford, Ky. FOR SALE. 13 hortH) power traction engine natively new. Ilur only a short W. L. Cordler. How i tiiue List uoasoii. Ky. 3t. Kor Balo Huber portable Ihrc.ihlna englub. John U. AiiUerson 31 w iJi. D. No 4, Yvt Sale Any quantity of fine totiacco plautu. J, M. Spoonamore, Hedgoville, Ky Um, fanrt well looited J'ulaskI county. It you are looking fa iter a farm at your own price see me V, A. Ho, Kings Mountain, Ky Kor Salo. Hold or "It saved tho life For Sio. my child." are tho expression you bred Ulack Berkshire boar. J. T. of hear every day about Chamberlain's Koberts, Hubble. llemody. The cjrwatest and richest mule ilnpar Colic Cholera nzd Diarrhoea This Is truo the world over where this of any Talr In tie staU) lit tho Lauci.g-tefair this year. Ste the ileh prem-lum- valuable romedy has been introduced. In use lor diarNo other medicine A carlood of nice Vstein horse rhoea or towel complaints 1ms receivJ.ifct rec!vd and for nale J. ed Mich puneral approval. Ihe tecret 33''J Carter. the success ot Chamberlain's Colic, llooker Iletd. of DanvlUe. hm Is Cholera and Diarrhoea Heinedy ii coiubinsd hnro fiom Or A. it euros. Sold by O. 1.. l'enny. ton- - that V. Sparrow, of ParlnvllU, lu hhlwatlon being S17&. FIRE' AT J3LLICO. All the rallroaita make HpMial mtes tho will ran t UiJns and A disastrous fire visited Jel'.lco, Lsnennter fair, July day at Iincurter Motidar wan Court Teiin., Saturday morning. detrolng very quleL Tbwe were only about 10 t. f.iniua flo of sk biilldings. Tho Uaat tii cattle on th lewnining at home to take tJwuituKO as destroyed Co's., plant of the good weather or wort. A nmun-l.or hows changed handb nt Irom nnd for u while tho flames threatened $S') to (140. A. M Uomne fold nine to wlpo out tho entire town llurd thoau to luge. of MudUon. .t 10 work by tho people Hnally subdued cents, a tsood figure Cataloguett oi tho great Lanea3tr (ho fire and Its spread was stopped fair will soon be ut the interior Journal odlce for distribution. Call nnd tl Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy Is one. sold on a guarantee th t ir you aro not s ot a Chamberlain's btpmach and Liver ratUtleb after using Tablet will brace up tho nerves, ban-tu- bottle according to directions, youi glclc beadiche, prevent despondenmoney will be refunded, it Is up to cy and Invigorate the whole system. you to try. Hold by U. L. l'enny. fenny by Half down nlco thorough ?ooo 000000 0000 00000 .. "It cured "' Nf-vl- d July 20th. from Stanford and nil way stations on regular Motultij tm-a gnat three days' ouliiiB for only SI2.CS. This will include tin railroad um, also board at Caie Ho' il, and ifl niihrflon to the several routm In cao See large bills nnd L. a- - N JW agcnL o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o O llic Winning Ieaturc of The ft' X o o m o o o o OVERLA Anyone Can Learn to Run it For it Operates on Only Three Gears. N D CAR 3 O w Is Its Simplicity Inturts Tobacco and Tobacco Nothing But Insurance Mi larnt. fmm iuu-ke- Tele-phon- o Jesse D. I'uons Wearen, 34; Office. Ml. The Insurance Man, r STANFORD. KY. Keatdtmca o o 41 gj jj II s t,,e Auto fo" all the Family for any Girl or Woman can Run it as Easily as a Man. Just Let us Prove this to You. Insure with me ami protected. le fully C. P Cecil, Walter Dunn Phone us For Free Demonstration. agents. two-thlrb- D. OARTER. B. New Liverv. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. y Danville, Ky. n Depot Street, Phone 00. U. 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