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HERMAN BELL MEETS HORRIBLE FATE HEAD IS COMPLETELY SEVERED FROM BODY BY A Q. 6 C. FREIGHT TRAIN. WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH STANFORD? TOLD BY EVANGELIST DANIELS. MEETING WILL PROBA3LY END TONIGHT. POPULAR COUPLE WED IN DANVILLE JAMES T. MENEFEE CLAIMS MISS JEAN WARREN AS HIS BRIDE ON SATURDAY. MUST PAY STATE LIQUOR LICENSE IS ATTORNEY OPINGENERAL'S ION ON SELLERS OF MALT JEFFRIES FAILS TO "COME SACK" LINCOLN COUNTY NEGRO PARDONED MEAD DRINKS ETC As a result of an opinion handed down by Attorney General Breathitt at Frankfort last week, the vendors nt Malt Mead, Cream of Hops, Near Beer and other such drinks in Kentucky will hnve to pay the state liquor license of 1250, for It Is held that sucn COLORED FIGHTER MAKES CHOP. .. PING BLOCK OF HIM IN 15th ... MR. OWSLEY INTERCEDES WITH OVEr'nor IN ALEX RICE'S ROUND. Herman Doll, a young white man of Wnynesburg, was kllluil at King's Mountain nt nn early hour SuniHy morning by a freight Iran, Mr hend being fevered from his body. In company with a brother, the de ceased had gone to tho depot with thy Intention of Jumping tho first train that cunio along and riding to hU Lome at Wnynesburg. They had wtilted but n few minutes when n freight came In and Ionium Moll nt tempted to board It. Tho train wn making rather fast tlmo and he missed his footing and fell beneath the truck. Ills brother tried to rescue him. but one car had tunned over the unfortunate man beforo anything could be done and denth was Instantaneous. llerniun IJell wns abouti2G years or nge, unmarried and had but recently niored with his parents Into tho Wnynesburg section, where his body was taken for the Interment, which occurred there Monday nrternon. Tho verdict of Coroner George P. Ilrlght's Jury was In substance that tho killing was tho result of the boy's own recklessness, and that tho railroad company was In no way to blame. 1 Arm Cat Off by Car STANFORD BOY BADLY CRIPPLED BY BIG FOUR TRAIN day evening and as a result he has lost his right arm. the member being amputated at the shoulder. Murphy was on what Is known as run which works bethe "pick-up- " tween this city and Elkhart every night, leaving Wabash late In the afternoon. At North Manchester the crew engaged In switching for some time and then resumed the run north. Just asthe train was pulllug out of the town, Murphy started down a sldd ladder of a stock car to look after aomn stock, and the grip bar either pulled out or Murphy lost his footing and fell to the track. Realizing that ho was in great danger, the brnkema had enough presence of mind to push himself from the car but In falling to tho ground his arm went under the wheels. Tho right arm was horribly mangled from tho fingers to the elbow and It was Impossible to Bavo the member. Murphy arose Just as the train passed him and he waved his left hand at tho rear brakeman who was on top of tho train. Ileleaslng the air, the train wns stopped and tno Injured man was assisted to the caboose. The cnglno was cut oft and coupled to tho ciibooso bringing Murphy to this city. He was taken to tho hospital where his arm was amputated Just below the sboilder. This morning Murphy Is restiuc as well as could be expected, and tho physicians state that unless complications arise, he will recover. Murphy has been working on the lllg Four for three weeks, having come here from his home at Stanford, Ky. His wlfo was notified of the nccldent nt onco ond arrived in Wabash over Uo Dig Four this afternoon. O. I). Murphy, a former Stanford boy, and son of Mr. V I Murphy, of tills city, anl who married Miss llcsslo Martin, of this city, was severely Injured on the Illg Four railroad near Wabash, Indiana, a short time ago. He is a brakeman on tho Dig Four. A Wabash paper describes the accident In which the young man last bis right arm, as follows: s O. P. Mulphy, a Ulg Four frlghtfujly Injured while on his. 'run at North Manchester Wednesbrake-man.wa- Several Companies GET CONTRACTS )TO FURNISH COUNTY SCHOOL BOOK8 The Text Book Commission for Lincoln county met hero on June 29th and ndopted books to bo used in tho JllKh SclDols of tha Lincoln county for tho next four yeara. Contracts were mndo with tho American Iloolc Company, Heath D. Olnn & Company, D. Apploton & Company, C. &. Company. Col. P. W. aniiBtead was before the commission on behalf of the American Company. ' Stomach misery, gas ond indigestion are promptly relieved and per Stomach manently cured with Tablets, 60c at Penny's Drug Store on money back plan. a The revival services which have There wus much pleasant surprise In progress nt the Ilaptlst I'Cen occasioned lost Saturday when James church, will probably close nfter the T. Menefee, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J N. Menefee, of this cltr. was united In mnrrlnge to Miss Jean Wnr-redaughter of Mrs. William War-sen- , anl n nleco of the late Judge It. C, Warren, of this city. Tho young couple had kept tho l.ppy secret well, and only a few of their relatives and closest friends knew of the fortheom-Ingjjveand wero presenL Tho ceremony was solemnized at the handsome home of the bride lu Danville, Rev J. T. Hosklns, pastor of tho Ilaptlst church, of trfs city, ofre clatlns. Immediately nfterward they lelt for a bridal tour to northern and returning, will make their home In Danville, out of which Mr. Menefee will travel for tho Sherwin-William- s EVANGELIST J. C. DANIEL Paint Company, of which bo Mr. Is the southern representative. services tonlgbt Interest ha? grown Menefee Is one of the most popular lu tho services, the attendance has "boys" of Stanford, and will be most been good and earnest sermons have heartily congratulated upon winning had an earnest hearing by the people. a splendid woman for his wife. At three o'clock Sunday afternoon such Is very well known here, having the church was well filled to hear tho She frequently visited her cousins and 13 lecture on BenHur. Just beforo the universally beloved and admired. lecture, 'The Holy City" was sung by Among those wl:o went over from Miss Winnie Davis Ulbb. In a clear, here for the wedding were Mr. nnd sweet voice, she rendered the selc-tlo- n Mrs. J. N. Menefee, Judge and Mrs. E. to the delight of everyone present 11. Ritchie, of Mineral Wells, Texas, MrN Daniel's narration of fJen Wal- Judge J. n. Menefee, Jr., Mr. George lace's "Tale of the Christ, was con Menefee, Misses Jennie, Nell and Joelse, vivid and inspiring. For more sephine Warren. tfcnn an hour the speaker held his audience to the thrilling experience! In Far Off Canada in the life of and ilred their hearts to emulate the noble rrlnclplej in Judih's life. He held 'tint the KENTUCKY BRIDE IS HANDSOME. throwing of Arlus signet Into the sei LY ENTERTAINED mennt more In Oen Ht.r'n life than nnythlug connected with the chariot The Rossland. Canada. Miner has race. this Item of a handsome entertainment Asked his opinion, of Stanford,-froSiven there In' honor of Mr. C. C. a religious standpoint, the evangelist Leete, of Davenport, Wash., and his said: bride, who was Miss Margret Living "Stanford has many good people ston, of Crab Orchard, before the and Quite a number of noble, huinnle, wedding a few weeks ago: faithful followers of Jesus ChrisL Claude Leete, of Davenport. Wash., However, since you expect the truth, son of Mrs. A. T. CollU of Rossland, I will tell It. Pride, love of rajney, and his bride, have met with a true love of worldllness and prejudice have Rossland welcome during their stay combined to sap the spirituality of here. Mrs. Collls holds a reception your town. Christian pretension, in their honor today and they have alwhich has not been lived out in dally so been most pleasantly entertained walk, has weakened the real Chrln in by Superintendent and Mrs. Am.i Influence. Gambling around a stylish Burnett, at their handsome home at card tnblo In a fashionable parlor Is tho JoMe mine Just above the cltr every whit as bad In Cod's eyes a Mrs. Claude Leete is a Kentucky lady that of the black leg professional tn and Mrs. Uurnett, too, belongs to one the back of some dive. I fear, too, of the oldest colonial families of the that there are people here who would south, both In Kentucky and Virginia. do much more for the sake of their Needless to say tho two southerners' church than the) would do for Jesus had much In common and n delightful Christ." time was spent by the visitors. Lecture on Civic Rlghtrcuinns PREACHING AT HUBBLE At the request of a number of the cltlrens of SJanlord and vlrinltr, Rev. Samuel Plttman will preach.' at has consented to deliver his Sunday lecture on Civic Righteousness before the Hubble Christian church leaving the city. The Christian church tho 10th at 11 o'clock A. M. and 7:30 Itui been secured and tie lecture will P. M. Everybody Invited. (Wednesday) bo given tomorrow night at eight o'clock. The lecture Parksville v.Ul Interest every ctt:zet: of the community and overybody is Invited. Mrs. Jack Minor, of Dradfordsvilte, Mr. S. is visiting Mrs. J. D. Minor. Noble Young Man S. Caldwell, of Louisville, Is a guest Mb. ot his son, Dr. J. K. Caldwell. Annie Parks is visiting her brother T. BROTHER OF MRS. R. M. V. Durham at Lebanon. Mr. John PASSES AWAY Ihe sad news was received here Walls Is at OlympLi Springs taking last week of tho denth at Loulsv 111.5 the treatment for rheumatism. Mrs. of Thomas A. Elkln. brother of Mrs. Carlisle T. Cleland is visiting her J. F. Gregory at Springfield. Mrs. R. M Newiand, cf this city, which f tubo Mary Rower and Mrs, Bottle Caldwell He f attended the fuueral of Mrs. John A. on Wednesda-- . evens son of Mr "v Mrs. V Bower at Paris last week. Benjamin .iR'-- t th )., lived In Garrard county and worked In Boiling sold to Mr. Wilson, of HenderWilkes Gambett the Interior Journal otllce years ago. son, a prime of cold for J250. John W. Webb shipped Mr. Elkln was Just In the young manhool and his death camo us u car of hoes from MltchelUburg last a great shock to his host ot friends week for which he paid S.j c. Prof. Is visand loved ones. He held u responsible Jnck Wilson, of Uradtordsville. Er. iting II. O. Cozatt. Ho will teach thU position with the Tlnsley-Maye- r Lugraving Company. Uesldes his par- year nt Lebnnou Junction. Messrs. Danville, ents and his sister, Mrs. Newland, he ther Underwood and wife of family, of StanIs survived by two brothers, W. Leo and W. II. Rlgney anl ford, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Elkln and Walter 11. ElSln. W. S. Rose, of Tho remains of tho young man weie Uuderwood last week. holdlug down a good telelaid to rest in Cave Hill cemetery, aft- this city, Is Teun. er funeral services at the Clifton graph Job at Arlington, Christian church, of which ho win a When the ttomach falls to perform demember. Us functions, the bowels become ranged, the liver nnd the kidneys Incausing numerous diseases. induced by violent exercise or jury Is quickly relieved by tho Ireo The stomach ans liver must bo restorLiniapplication of Chamberlain ed to a healthy condition und ment. This liniment Is equally valuaStomach and Liver Tablets rheumatism und al- cr. tw depended upon to do l(. kusy ble for muscular Wold by ways affords quick relief. Sold ijy U, to take and roost effective. L. Penny. U. L. Penny Den-Hul NEW-i.AN- beverages do not cotno under the head of "soft" drinks Inasmuch as they contain a certain per cent of alcohol. A number of dealers In Stanford nnd Lincoln county will bo hard bit by this ruling, which It Is said, the Auditor Intends to Instruct Uie county clerks to rigidly enforce. Attorney General Breathitt holds that In local option territory alcoholic drinks can not be sold under the soft drink license. The opinion says: "This department has Just received n communication from A. A. Hazel-rlgclerk of .Montgomery County Court, stating that he has an applica tion for license to sell 'Malt Mead' or 'Near Beer,' He states that it Is claimed this drink can be sold under soft drink license by reason ot tho alleged fact there Is such a small or amount ot alcohol In same that It should come under this head-In?- . This department has passed this matter Anally to tho effect that drinks may not be sold under the soft drink license that could produce intoxication. As local option territory Increases In extent In this state, It is reasonable to anticipate that endeavor will be made to place such drinks as are described before the public, and In such n way as to subject those who may indulge In them to no sort ot social condemnation; and Its alleged innocence will actually prove more pernicious to the young If allowed, than the open saloon, into which the same reople might never think of going. Until either the law or the highest court makes a distinction authorizing the sale ot malt beverages' containing alcohol, It will be the ruling tot this department that they areJaiR"allowable under a soft drink license, having that appreciable quantity, at all events, In them as would create even in large quantities any degree of Intoxication." unap-prcclabup-o- Jnck Johnson the colored champion, clinched his title to the world's championship of tho pugilistic arena when he decisively defeated the great re tired champion James J. Jeffries In 15 rounds at Reno, Nevada on tho Fourth of July. While Jeffries was not actually counted out ho wn3 saved only from this crowning humiliation by his friends pleading with Johnson not to hit the fallen man again, and the towel was brought Into tho ring from bis corner. At the end ot tho fifteenth round Referee lex RIckard raised the black arm and the great crowd filed out glum and silent. Jeffries was dragged to his corner, bleeding' from nose and mouth and a dozen cuts on his face. He had n black clo3ed eye and swollen features and he held his head In his hands dazed and Incoherent. Johnson walked out of the ring without n mark on his body, except a slight cut on his lip, which was the opening of a wound received In training. BEHALF. On a pardon from tho governor Mux Rice a Lincoln county Negro, was released from the penitentiary at Frank-to- i rt Saturday after having served n sentence of 13 years on a man slaughter charge. He was sentenced for 21 years. A dispatch to tho city papers says that John Ham Owsley, who prosecuted the Negro In Lincoln county, went before the Governor and urged that the punishment had been sufficient, oonslderlnj tho nature of the erlmo. He said ho thought 13 years was Imir enough for the man to serve. Th-- iijipiicatlou for the pardon was endorsed by many citizens of Lincoln county and the Nef;ro had a good record at the prlsou. Rico was convicted ot kilSIn; a Negro in the Deep Well woods near Crab Orchard. Crab Orchard Wins IN BALL GAME WITH BRODHEAD. EAST END NEWS. Ring experts agree that it was not even a championship fight. Jeffries hud a chance In the second round perhaps, but after the sixth it was plain that he was weakened and out classed in every point, and, after the eleventh round, it was hopeless. It was the greatest demonstration the ring has ever seen ot the failure ot a "fighter to come back" after years of retirement. The youth nnd science of the black man made Jeffries look like a green man. The great Jeffries was like a leg. The reviled Johnson was like a black panther, beautifu" in his .alertness and defensive tactics. The fifteenth round started with a clinch after Jeffries had failed to land on the body. Jqhnson then tore loose and before the spectators were pre s pared for the finish he had sent left and down with lightning-likright blows to the Jaw. Jeffries reel ed and fell half way through the ropes on the West side of the ring. Those near him saw that he had lost sense of his surroundings and that the faces at the ringside were a blur to him His time had come. He was feeling what he had caused others to feel n the days of his youth and power. Johnson camo over to the spot nnd stood poised over his ndversary, his body ready for a left hook If Jeffries regained his teet. Jim Corbett, who twice had gone down before Jetfries' blows, and who had stood In Jetfries' corner all dur ing the fight, telling Johnson what a fool he was and how he was In for the greatest beating of his life now ran for ward with outstretched arms, crying-"Ogo back don't hit him." Jeffries painfully raised himself to Jet-friee h Crab Orchard, July 4. The Crab Orchard and Brodhead base ball teams crossed bats on last Saturday week on the local grounds, resulting In a victory for the homo team by the score of 19 to 2. Mr. H. E. Lane and Miss Helen Lewis, a young couple from Somerset, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony on June 29th at 11 o'clock A. M., at the King Hotel by Rev. K. D. Noaks. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sharp, of the latter being nee Miss Nannie Pleasants, arrived last Saturday to visit her father, Mr. Joe Pleas ants and family. Mrs. hSarp was for merly one of our Crab Orchard girls, having been born and raised here. She developed Into a fine Christian woman with a practical knowledge of life. She secured a position in and met Mr. Sharp while there. We congratulate him on securing her as his helpmeet for life and wish for them a future filled with hap- Increases Capital GOSHEN TELEPHONE SPREADING COMPANY OUT Amended articles of Incorporation have been filed by the Goshen Telephone Company of this county, with the County Clerk and the Secretary of State, as required by law, increasing tho capital stock of the company from It Is understood tha', ftOO to $750. the company Intends branching out over a considerable additional area of territory and that the capitalization Is Increased to meet this and other expense of Improvement. Articles of Incorporation have been filed with the Secretary ot State at Frankfort of the Lancaster Hospital. Garrard county with a capital of M. E. nno. the incorporators being J. Stormes, Banks Hudson and W. R. Coook. r, ,! !; con-teste- d ',.ham-berlaln- 's Jeffries physician and other friends Articles were also filed for the Madison Mutual Investment Company, of Jumped into the ring. "Stop it." they cried. "Don't put Richmond, with a capital of 110.000, and Thomas H. Broaddus, J. S. Hath- thp old fellow out." Sam Rerger. Jeffries, manager ran away and R. B. Haley incorporators. along the ring calling to Bob Arm"Bring that towel you know strongBOWMAR'S SUMMER TOURS. Bowmar's Tours, Versailles what I mean don't let him get b'V Writo to Ky,. for folders giving details and From Johnson's corner his seconds cost of Bowmar's ideal (personally were calling to him to qulL Then the and conducted) tours to Niagara Falls, referee stopped the Toronto, Buffalo and Cleveland, with it was all over. fine lake steamer trips. Tuesday Aug.. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER DEAD. 2. and to Atlantic City, New York, Washington, ThursPhllalolphla aud Chief Justice Melville W. Fuller of accoms day Aug. nth. the United States Supreme Court, died modations Select parties. of heart failure at his Summer home morning. and Liver In Sorento, Me., Monday Chamberlain's Stomnch the liver mid The death of the chlot Justice was Tablets gently stimulate matter, cntjroly unexpected, ns he had been bowels to expel poisonous ceanse the system, cure constipation tn apparently good health lately. Sunand sick headache. Sold by U. L. Pen- day he attended church as usual and " ny. when he retired last night was to all appearances In his customary health. Kings Mountain. Ho was n democrat and appointed to the Supreme bench by Cleveland. The farmers will soon fcave their work caught up If the good weather Teething children have nioro or less diarrhoea, which can be controllcontinues ChamtierlairH Colic. Mr- Ashford Dlshon and Miss Pearl ed by giving Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, All Reynolds wuro married Sunday at Dr, that Is necessary is to glv.i tho preCook's at Highland. scribed does after each operation of is visiting the bowels more man auiumi Mr. Fountain Sweeney oil to cleanse the system. here, and the attraction seems to be then castor It Is safe and sure. Sold by Q. L. a young lady at Goocbtown. Penny. time-keepe- r, High-Clas- his feeL His Jaws had dropped, his eyes were nearly shut nnd his tace was covered with blood. With trembling legs and yielding arms he tried to put up a defense. But, he could not stop a terrirflc right sraa3h In the Jaw, followed by two left hooks. He went down again. piness. We read with much Interest ot the marriage of Miss Georgia Lewis and Mr. Charles Keeton in your last issue. Her Crab Orchard friends were not so much surprised. It seems, as her Stanford friends, as she revealed tho fact to us whllo visiting here a month ago. We at that time expressed our deep feeling for her happiness In tho new life she anticipated entering and we want to reiterate what we said then, that we trust all her present expectations may be fully realized and unalloyed happiness may fill their Ives. We send conglatulatlon3 to her husband and we are confident he feels proud ot the treasure he has won. Rev. J. F. Jones, of London, visited his son, Dr. L. T. Jones and assisted Rev. P. N. Taylor In the services at the Baptist church last Sunday. Holdam Is attending the Mrs. J. series of meetings at Stanford and is the guest of Mrs. E. P. Woods. Miss Ida May Adams, of ML Vernon entertained her house party with an outing to the Crab Orchard Springs la3t Thursday and Friday. Miss Sue Beth James, of Lauderdalo Miss., Is visiting Mrs. J. F. Holdam and will be the guest of her many relatives here for several weeks. Shj iung very charmingly a solo at tho Christian Endeavor last Sunday even-luin-t- o i Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Willis went over to Richmond to attend the' burial ot his brother, Wm. Willis, who died last week. He was S5 years of age. and was one of the pioneer settlers ot Madison county. Lewis Butcher, tho little son of Mrs. Sallle Butcher, died last Sun-da- y morning niter an Illness of only u few hours. Tim infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Riddle is quite sick. For rent, ono furnished upper room, also a stable and corn cribs, apply to Mrs. Hannah L. Steger. For sale, several pieces of household furniture, Including a piano and desk suitable fur an otllce; five or six feather beds also. Mrs. Hanah L. Steger. Strother Carter, of Lebanon Junction, Is visiting bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cover, t , , A , , WW i If- - dfc.a-- . t ,1f tmt nirtif nim km -- ,', MWuiMMMlilM iA&k ! tV6. PROFESSIONAL AND THE 1NTERI0K JOURNAL. TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1910. The f InteriorJournal. Established TUESDAY 1872. IUSINESS CARDS. W. W. BURGIN. DENTIST. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. DH. T. W, PENNINGTON, EVBHY AND FRIDAY At $1 Ter Year in Advance. 8AUFLEY AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR HELTON Publlih.tr w . - Entered at the Post Office at Stanford, fir., aa Second Class mall. Deuba Breckinridge, of the Lexington Herald, who Is much ir.orb of n mugwump than a Democrat, declines s to support Campbell Cantrill for In the Seventh ns the DemoWe may agree with cratic nominee !oU the distinguished editor tnys on some of the questions involved, but the essen&e. of democracy Is rule ot the majority. When the majority willing to rit spoken, vo are always bellevs in abide by the result. We the losers taking their medicine like little men, and come up shouting for more. If that spirit would always hold In the ranks of the democracy as it always does with the republicans for whoever heard of a republican bolting, hy we would win lots more Tlctories than we do. Con-pres- Dentist. Uours 8:30-12 oflicc Myers A. M. and 1 to 4:30 P. M. House Flats. Stanford, Ky. W. N. CRAIG, Flanders 20 E. M. F. Olllce over H. J. RcRoberts' store. Stanford, Ky. DR. PJK Oculist Hy and Optician Auctioneer. I will conduct any kind of sales In Tlrmnln oml cnrrnnnrliniT COUntlCS. If you want good prices for your land or stock, see me. Stanford, R.D.fto 1 M. J. P. CHANDLER, $1250 30 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 iStudebaker Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested. Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. 1 $750 mm Full-shape- Danvillc K H. JOHNSON. Auctioneer. .WMMI k t im xnnAnpt ala In this and sur rounding counties. Satisfaction guar anteed, oiamoru, i,u,aivi. PRESSED STANDING SEAM VANIZED ROOFING. GAL- You Are Never Well Dressed Without a Genteel, Becoming Hat. The size and shape of a man's face should control the d style of his hat. Spring cleaners can secure the finest naner in the world to tro under carpets. In a letter to the Secretary of the mattines. etc. at the very lowest price Republican Club of Utlca, N. Y., at the Interior Journal office. Also requested that a movement lots of nice, clean papers for shelves, to have him nominated for governor etc. be stopped, as it would be an absolute impossibility for him to accept. Readily Cured Now that the fistc Is over, Roosevelt will get on the front pages of the big dailies again. years, William Edwin Shlkle, a clerk, swallowed a quantity of morphine at 'Memphis, Tenn., and died within a short while. 'My life has been a complete failure" the youth explained in a note. "I have met defeat at every turn. 1 have failed miserably." Tired of life at 17 Panamas ar)d WHERE WE RECOMMEND AN IT IS BE CAUSE OF THE QUALITY OF THE ARTICLE OF THE CAN OR PACKAGE. CONTENTS IF YOU WANT PRETTY PICTURES GO TO AN ART DEALER. IF YOU WANT THE BEST GROCERIES FOR YOUR TABLE, COME HERE TRY OUR NEW CAKE FOR YOUR TABLE. Large uantlties Carried in StocK. EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phone 11. Stetsons af $3.50 and $5 for the larger and older men Yachts, Stiffs and small-shape- d soft hats in the fancy colors at $1 to $4, are carnival at Reno Skin Diseases By a Simple Home Remed ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE. That terrible itch disappears with the compound of oil of winterjrreen, thymol and glycerine mixed b D. D. D. Prescription. This soothing, healing lotion, used externally, kills the eczema germ instmntly. Heretofore the D. D. D. remedy has been sold only in 1 bottles', bnt as a special offer, any sufferer in this town who has never tried D. D. D. can now try this remedy in a special bottle at 25c. It cures the ittch instantly. We know this. Sold by Shugar & Tanner. First Drops of a simple . If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease, would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use? Mr. G. L. Penny, the druggist, has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema, Blackheads, Bring Your Produce To Us. Pimples, Dandruff, Tetter and other Barn Lumber For Sale! diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo has made some remarkable cures, and 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting We hsve opened a produce house on Somwith each purchase of Zemo, Mr. Penny and Frame Lumber for Bam Pat- erset street and will pay uNe highest market will give you a booklet on skin diseases terns, which I will sell for cash or price (or all ktads oi country produce. Bring us and you can diagnose your own case trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses your slui. M. O. BAST1N & CO. and be cured in your own home without nnH MnW Prices on this very rea Stanford, Ky, any inconvenience or loss of time from sonable, for I Want to sell. Write business by this clean, simple prepara- me at once. Respectfully, ! tion. C. J. Sipple. London, Ky. W. H. HI C GINS, Stanford, Kentucky. the things for the young men. suit all ages and s izes. We can H. J. McROBERTS. G. L. Penny R. H. Cofley BLACKSMITHING Urine your Illocksmilblng and general repair work to me. Horse shoeing av. Hatlafaetlon guaranteed, .stop opposite Phillips' concrete stare. JVMEH UKACKKTT, Stanford, Ky. E. R. Coleman J.L.Beazley&Co., If Ice Cream Soda Water Phosphates IT'S GOOD TO REFLECT going ahead with that new plumbing work. Better yet it shades in our ready nixed colors-Fo- r will be for you to consult us as to duiablity and uniform high the kind of plumbing you require. We quality they are unequalled. Talk can show yon exactly the best means "good,, paints. of accomplishing your purpose at the all you like about Then do a little actual painting lease possible expense. We cannot sample from our stock advise you as to poor plumbing. We with a small a nd watch results. You'll satisfy are not risking people's health for yourself that you can buy no better few dollars. well before ARTISTIC opaint for the money anywhere. our paint talk. W. K. WARNER, J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Ky. Stanford, Phone 88. 1 THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR LIFE good is it, it a Arc leaves you whnt penniless? You are not as young as ou used to be. Starting over again to make a Home will be a disheartening struggle. Let us insure you bo that such a possibility may be rendered Impossible. Think ot your wife as well as yourself. You should get Let Insured on her account anyway. Undertakers and Embalm-era- . Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Grape Juice 3 And a Large List of Genuine STANFORD. - KENTUCKY J j Thirst OiiPtirhprQ At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, Pennington, Stanford. Ky.. Phone 200 Fish & Spring & Summer Stock. Havetjour measure taken by a tailor of ex perfence. Then your clothes, wbetbera low price business suit or the Quest evening clothes, will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to jrourlrueasure. I will also take your ineas. ore lor extra trousers, fancy Tests, top eoatil and; overcoats. Spring and Bummci samples on band ready (or your Inspection H. 0. UUl'LKY. Tbe Tailor. Htanfnrd. Ky. NOTICE CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish tbe tuuiicwltb tbe best, as well as tbe fresbett oleut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on sbort notice. Also iimke a specialty of wreaths for for funernl purposes. In connection with the nbove, I bave nil kinds of vegetables on band at reasonnble prices CHIUbTMAN OIIKEN 110UHEH. KUllUUHAHIl, 1'HOIt. Htnnfsrd.Ky. BBBBBSBEBBBBBBBESEBR aBW9BlBlBlHSBlBnBWT 'I'irf m For bouse, carriage and sign painting decorative 1iuht bnngtng also buggy trimming of all kinds sucb as tops recovered curtnlns and boots made. HtopoverAldrldge'sblnck smith shop West ilutn Ht., Hlunford Ky., J. J. BELDEN, (.tfn1 - i Ml Detroit Vapor The Latest In Mr IJBSKP l'boneNo.e;,. OIL STOVES Absolutely Wickless, NoAs-bestos, J J.BKLIIEN. There's a Difference! If your Willi are Artistically Decorated IrV. Furniture A. TRIBBLE. nod Undertaking. Day rhone 28. Night Thone 133. No Cotton Wicks. The white teachers' Institute will be held at Stanford in the Graded School the HOUSE becomes building July IMG. All teachers cona HOME and templating teaching, either in the YOU GET THE BEST requiror HENRY BOSCH Graded law common schools are IV IreOF THE BARGAIN ed by to attend. Prof. J. COMPANY'S G. SINGLETON', land, Instructor. 36-SupL when you buy our Daughman's Fancy Novel and ExquUlte Collection of Patent No. 1 Flour at our price. JudgrCIICE TO .SHAREHOLDERS .OF ing by comparison our flour Is worth more than we ask lor 1L Iluy a sack LINCOLN COUNTY NATION- andwe know you will agreo with us. AL BANK. Will work the change at an ex Kspecially wbn you ee bow far our pent much mote moderate tban At a meeting ot tbe directors ot Haughman'B Fancy Patent No. 1 flour can be secured elsewhere. this bank, at Its banking house in goes and how much better are your A postal card will brine the Sam. Stanford, Ky., on June If, 1910.lt was bread, takes nnd pastry. nt llnoka to vour residence where he ir examination canme, mad at your resolved that a meeting of the sharesiigmesi odu J. H. Baughtnan & Co. leisure without holders be called to meet on Tuesday; gallon to purchase. July 2G, 1010, at its banking office A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, JAMG.S A1UNDY, Painter In Stanford, Ky.,to vote on the propoBurjin, Kentucky, ?nd pap e rhanger, Stanford, sition to amend the articles of nssocia. lama graduate of Jones' National Bcbool tlon ot this bank as follows. of Auctioneers, Ublcogo, and have bad ex. tbe capital toT100,-00- prlenc In tbe big cattle sales at sold Union Kiist To increase some clock Yards. Chicago, where we and to authorize the directors to tboroughbreds as high aa 11,100. Also In t)0 sales were made eacU horse sales wbere set price ot new stock. S3cnml To day. Auctioneering la science and I bar sue It with thlstdea. Bee increase the number ot directors to studied you arrange for your or phono can sale, I W. M. Bright, Cashier. ESS anleatoyour advantage. fHONE.H tllfUen. 2 J The Very Thinglfor'C Summer Cooking. Makes life in the kitchen endurable in hot weather. Stanford, Kentury. L N. TIME THBLE No. 21, Month, 11 1M r. M. No, W, Booth, 10:iS A M. No. 2, North, :to A. u. No. W, North, 6:li r. X. No.X7,10:WA. M. No.vr,J:or. ir. WALLPAPERS J08. 8. RICE, Agent. GEO. H. FARRIS. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. 9. K. 4 A. M. will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each uiontb, at 7:ao itreeet, HUM-foro'clock In their hall ou main lodges ore fra Ky. Members of sister ternAlly invited to be present.. T, W, Hec. CONCRETING nrst-clus- When Hungry ooto Carson's Itestaurant Lancaster, Htouford K. Meals served at al I hours up to 11 :sor. m. lint place lu w n(for a good quick Htreet,. Harry Jacobs, Dealer lu and Manufacturer of mA 0 Marble and Granite tf..i.i.H Pniti nltlsttsr nti1 IjftWIl Vases and Belteei. OBoe and works, Mo-- J ments, Monu- We are In position to do all kinds of con cretlng, sucb as lllock Work, I'ltveiueuts tlilug we meal. and.lu fact, tu acau make anyWe canfrom a serve Cooking to suit our customersourtpeclalty. fence post. bouse down s you promptly and guarantee Hplendld new Hue of fancy work and material. Call ami get our prices Groceries. before you buy your material at least, Uot Coffee, Handwlchei, plet.rilutter milk. and sweet milk, etc., at all times. ' PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. sunn7,Jk. W. A. CARSON. Prp. l "U" wmiififiiiwmdMwiwiwmigiw Jw !' TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUB8DAV, JULY 5, 1910. ' GO TO THE w h f HOME OF NEW AMERICAN OPERA Dissolution Sale 3 OF CRAWFORD BROTHERS' J Lancaster Fair Cincinnati Music Hall, pictured above, will bo tho sccno of tho first production of tho new popular romantic opera, "Paoletta," especially writ ten for tho Ohio Valley Kxposltlon, and to bo given Ha flrst pcrformanco on Monday night, Aug 29, on tho opening day of tho Exposition. ST. LAMBERT JERSEY HERD Consisting of high bred registered uiiu six mgii grauc cows -- 10 cattl. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910 Beginning at one o'clock P. M. sharp. Every Jersey owned by the CrawforJ Brothers will be sold.. This eludes the magnificent herl of pure St. Lamberts reserved from our saP last fall. Added to these will be a number of great dairy cows purchase last winter to retain our milk trade. power Hagan portable gasoline engine and one por Also 1 able Wilder Whirlwind ensilage and fodder cutter. For catalogue writ nine-horse At Lebanon, Kentucky. JULY BOTH ACCEPT SOUTH'S CORN EXHIBIT WILL CREATE FURORE Features ot the INVITATIONS 27th K President Talt and Col. Roosevelt One ot the Big Crawford Bros., Lebanon, 28th and 29th 1-91- at Ohio Valley Exposition. Ohio Valley Exposition, jf , 0. r-- i .And See The Greatest Horse And Mule Show In Kentucky, 223fiaS3L!ij Largest Assortment Of Free And Pay Attractions Ever Shown See Bongo! Catalogues at ThisOfrice Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO. wWww any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of corn contained in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 10 per cent in the afa, therefore com hand led by cutting and shocking m the field loses 51 per ccni. oy putting in the SILO saved by feeding through the 3per cent, total food value JO is 05 per cent. half of your feed and have Why continue to waste When the INDIANA SILO is within the pMr stock? seach of all and fully guar anteed. $185 SILO holds feeds 28 cattle six months. imk acres of corn and Also agent for the most ensilage and eauin conveyor and corn elevator Cutters. Practical : : : Itoadcr. Asfc te Vi. fcr A R E. GAINES Bank County national Ok Lincoln t Of Stanford, Kentucky. CAPITAL SMtFLUS RESOURCES V.CE-gRga- i $ 50,000.00 $ 50,000.00 $340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, .t cH.SWANKS, PRESIDENT' MU. PAXTON, JESTER, A3ST. CASH j DIREOTOFtSi W..O. Walker, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stauford; T. O. Ran- kiu, Lancaster; J. U. Paxtou, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. h. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburu Gooch, Gilberts Creek, HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. Tho (Special.) Cincinnati, O. MEN TO ATTEND general Impression that tho Middle OTHER NOTED West has a monopoly on the raising of corn promises to receive Its QuiValley Exposition, to at Governors of Various States and etusheld tho Ohio in Cincinnati from Aug. 29 be Val-leMayors of Cities "of the Ohio to Sept. 24 In assembling the indusPromise 8upport to the Enter- trials, products and resources which prise and Express Their Intentions will make up the Southern exhibit at of Visiting Cincinnati During the the Exposition, tho representatives of Great Exposition. the varlojs railroads in the South are giving particular attention to seWhile curing examples of tho South's nat(Special.) Cincinnati. O. no foreign potentates or visitors of ural wealth of which the outside And royal birth have aa yet announced world knows little or nothing. working along this plan, special ef their intention of attending tho Ohio forts aro bolng made to secure a alley Kxposltlon, which will be held large and classy exhibit of corn hero next fall, a sufficient number of grown lc various sections of Dixie, acceptances to Imitations hao been with tho Idea of impressing visitors received from noted men of America to tho Exposition that the South will any other section to make tho absence of foreign nota- grow an thing that an produce, and In Just as msn bles felt not at all. One of the flrst quality. For some years the matter promises to attend the Exposition of experimenting with the growing of from men of international reputation corn has been progressing in tno was received from President Taft, South, with the result that experts who, besides praising the objects for now boldly announce that with propwhich the Kxposltlon will be held, er application and the employment ot declared his Intention ot spending at methods ot cultivation, the least a week In Cincinnati during the South can be made the greatest section of America, Retime of tbo progress of the big Indus-Menterprise. Following the accept- ports from the Department of Agriance of President Taft came others culture In Washington give Interestfrom Governor Deneen, of Illinois; ing figures on this experimental work. Governor Harmon, of Ohio; Governor In South Carolina a boy. de ting all n corn Glasscock, of West Virginia; Gover- his time and knowledge nor Marshall, ot Indiana: Governor DlantlnK and cultivating. succe ed in Patterson, of Tonnossee. and GovorJI ralalnz 152U-- bushels to the i. e m nor wiiuon, or Kentucky. Later a section wnere me averusn j came assurances from all the mayors was but 16 bushels per acre. In Virof tbo cities of the Ohio Valley, ginia nearly 1,000 acres were planted promising their support to the enter- and cultivated under Improved methprise and expressing their intentions ods, with the result that an averag of coming to Cincinnati to spend yield of 41 bushels per acre was secured. In Alabama. Mississippi. Tensome tlmo during tho Exposition. Within the past few days another nessee, Texas, Louisiana and Arkantrump card has boon played by the sas similar good results bave been Exposition In securing the promlsoof obtained by scientific cultivation, so Former President Roosevelt to coma that it Is a reasonable estimate to to Cincinnati during tho time of the mako that 45 bushels to the acre can be secured with proper care and atExposition. Colonel Roosevelt Is -ot coming here for several rev tention. Many cotton planters are turning to other staples as part of Nichosons. It was his great-uncllas Roosevelt, who built tho flrst their annual crops because ot the steamboat that navigated the Ohio blighting work of the cotton boll rtvnr, ah being launched lust 109 weevil, and those who have taken up yoar ago In 1810 and It being par- tho growing of corn are finding that more than any other of this It promises tially In commemoration etcnt that tbo exposition Is being product. The display ot Southern-grow- n corn at the Ohio Valley Expoheld. It also was in Cincinnati In 1902 that Colonel Roosevelt, then sition promises to bo comprehensive president of the United States, made and ot excellent quality, and those his flrst public official declaration In assembling this exhibit declare that favor ot improvement of inland wa- It will compare In every way with terways, a plan ot conservation the best examples that wilt be offered which has resulted, among other by growers ot the Ohio Valley or the things. In the building of tho Fern-ban- prairie states. dam in tho Ohio river, near Cincinnati, tho completion of which POWER BOAT OF CONCRETE also will be celebrated by tbo ExpoNOW BEING CONSTRUCTED sition. It Is expected that Colonel Hoosovelt will spend several days In (Special.) What Cincinnati. O. the city during the Kxposltlon as the probably will be the first boat built Congressman guest of bis son of concrete navigating by Its own Nicholas Longworth. power will soon be constructed In this city for use on the Mlrnil and POTTERY MAY FAMOUS Erlo canal during the Ohio Valley GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS Exposition, which opens Aug, 29 and Cincinnati, O. (Special.) Efforts closes Sopt. 24. This boat will be are being made to have the Rook-woo-d Dullt on plans devised on Information Pottery, Cincinnati's famous received from the United States War home ot ceramics, place a working Department In regard to the construcmodel In the Ohio Valley Exposition. tion of barges ot concrete for use It Is the boast ot tho Rookwood man- on the Panama canal work. It has agement that 1' produces no dupl- boen found that barges ot this kind be icatesthat every piece of art ware canthan constructed more economicalwooden barges, and that they produced by its associates is an orig- ly inal, if this display Is made. It will are Just as easily bandied aa ordinary show how the various kinds of vases barges, with the advantage that they nd other pieces are fashioned, and can be more readily cleaned ot sea it Is believed that arrangements can parasites than wooden- barges. The can be inadt by which prospective method of construction la similar to buyors may be allowed to place their that employed In erecting concrete autographs upon such pieces as they buildings, In that the concrete la may select and have them decorated, spread aver wre framework, making glazed and produced later on. Thla a perfectly rigid and waterproof surpractice has beon pursued with a face throughout. It is planned to utilize this boat to number of noted actresses and actors who have visited the Rookwood Pot- tow pleasure barges, also constructed teries, Including Mme. Schumann-Helnck- , ot concrete, on the canal during the Eleanor Robson, Madame Exposition, the barges to be brilliantModjeska, E. S. Wlllard and others, ly Illuminated and each supplied with and It Is believed that It would add musicians, a sort of continuous water much to the attractiveness and gen-or- carnival being thus Inaugurated, the Interest of the ceramic display beauty ot which .will bo augmented ot tho canal and brilliant Illumination. at the vuposlMon. y ai -k In-la- FOR SAL E! Kf rl Good, dry oak lumber suitable f( Ml barn boxing. Lumber piled at McKii ney and Moreland, Ky.. at which point we are closing our operations. Eor prices and terms write or 'phoi Mr. W. T. Earles, Hustonville, Agei Duhlmeier Brothers, Cincinnati, 0. a 1 1 FARMERS As usual, we are handling this just what you need in A3EB .xjsr3aggK5N ho1"!! rjULiI -- g-J- VI r ij . l "K6vJl 'sr V II Binders, Mowers, Hay Rake Harvesting Twine and Oil. ' We have several second hand but gies on hand right now at figures thai will suit your pocketbook. Better loo at these before you buy. We are the recognized headquarter for all larm machinery and supplies i this part of Kentucky. Come in. PENCE BROS., Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED. $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $21 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Sal Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account OFFICER. J, S. Hockar, President., S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; H. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W W.Saunders Bookkeeper. t; n STANFORD, KENTUCKY DIRECTOR. F. Reid, J, H. Baughman, M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, H. C. Baughman, I. F, Cummins. S. T. Harris, no. C. Robjosoa, E. C. Walton, ). S. Hockar, W H. Murphy 4 I MR. FARMkR; Make JUU1 hnniA aa modern for JVM faniilv x a im. 1i vour vmir tMtuiy residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at auy umo. mis can ue acconirmsueu uy means 01 our leiepnone serrios which you ami your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared witi, me ueueiiis receiveu. van or auurcss our nearest uiucu or wniu direct tor leadquaiters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Fur. inprV Linn" nito. If vou are not nt ttrtMut eniovincr telenhono ervice, can immediately interest you. Our lined cover the States of Kentucky,) Teuuesjee, Mississippi, Louisiana aud the Southern portion of Indiana au4 x xtiu, uu. EAST Tu.Misaisri Illinois. (IMCOUrOUATKDI RURAL TELEPHONES. iru aaf,j, ,, I I TUK8DAY, JULY G, 1110. " Tim INTBRIOR JOtTRKAiiVH PAOK TIIRIM. ' ' at a loss right at the beginning: of Summer season, but we believe it is in perfect harmony with sound business principles to hold these unloadsemi-annu- al It may look unbusiness like to some merchants to sell such desirable goods V Those who have attended our former sales know that every article and every price Is as rcprc5cntcd in this ad. In addition to the cut prices mentioned we will give a reduction of tea pc cent on any article In this store, We are notVrofesslonal ad writer and hae to depend on facts and figures to Ret yon to our store. Below you will find the articles and prices The accumulations of broken lots and short lengths must be sold, this is our method, and now is the time to do it. Therefore we have no apology to make for this feast of bargains to our host of customers in Miis and surrounding vicinity who have learned to look and wait for this stores great sales ing sales. & This Great Sale Begins Thursday July 7 Continues 12 Days Closing JULY 20th 0 00000 0 0 & 0 0 &&fi&6fltffi3r!S&& 0 0 & ft ft ft O OOOO0O O O 00 00000 O O 25 PER a MEN'S 50c BALBRIGGAN O WOOL CENT DISCOUNT ON ANY .t It there is anything in our store you g O SKIRT. 39c W o SHIRTS AND DRAWERS PAIR o want now or soon, better buy now and & O 25 FOOT CHILDREN'S BARE- 0 0 MEN'S $1.50 SOFT SHIRTS WITH 0 o O 89c 0 tO PAIR SANDALS SOLID TAN 50c 0 0 COLLARS BOYS 0 0 SHOES (regular price t.75 0 MEN'S 15c SILVER BRAND q 0 save 10 per cent. 0 0 0 COLLARS 8c Buy your thin dresses now at cut prices, g 0 and 2) 91.19 0 0 OR TAN 100 $3 PATENT PAIR CHLDREN'S MEN'S 00 We don't know how to get up a hurrah o 0 PERS (regular prlci 73cSLIP- 0 0 and LOW SHOES 0D 0 MEN'S $1.50 CANVAS SHOES... 83c 0 0t colo Knf kie Ar linui tnmif 1m!tv 0 v.48s O 0 0 0 PAIR CHILDREN'S LISLE 15e j H MEN'S 25c SUSPENDERS g 0 100HOSE (regular price 2Sej.... 10c 0 0 into prices. 0 4c 0 PAIR CHILDREN'S 0 LADIES' 8c BLEACH VEST3 SLIP. Don't let the prospect of a big crowd g 0 100PERS ($1.50 and $2 kind).. 95c 0 S 0 LADIES' 10c BLEACH VESTS, 0 7c 0 PAIR LADIES' SLIPPERS 0 TAPE NECK AND ARMS 0 g keep you away from these bargains for 0 100(regular price up to $2.50), 9'c 0 IN CHIL t ODDS AND ENDS 0 we will have plenty of help to wait on you. 0 30 PAIR LADIES' AND CHIL- 0 GAUZfe VU9I3 0 DREN'S (regular price up mu jgf 0 0 to . PANTS j a. n w ..... riiiii .. M....b csiiri iuuiiv 1V iinimi v ii m ! 0 DREN'S WHITE CANVAS 48e 0 1"c ,.,i, .. 8LIPPERS 25c) 100 YARDS IRISH CROCHET g items on this bill you wish to look at BLACK OR 4 PAIR LADIES' a) 0 TAN H08E (10c kind) for 25c BANDS, 2 AT 8ic yd Wehave made a flying trip to the mar- 0 200 YARDS INCH. 0 LADIES' BLACK SILK HOSE, x NARROW 0 BURG EDGES AND S ket and picked up many bargains to add 48c 0 0 LISLE FOOT AT SHEER 0 100 YARDS "LINWEAVE" kind) 17e W S brillinacy to this sale, many of which we 0 0 500 YARDS VAL LACES AND3c yd 0 J WHITE GOODS (the 25c 00 0 have not room to mention here. 0 0 300INSERTION PEARL BUTTONS2c yd 0 DOZEN Q SPECIAL DISCOUNT 2: This surpasses all others in point ot 0 0 (the 5c kind) 0 0 100 BOXES WIRE HAIR PINS dot 0 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL 0 0 (the 5c kind) THESE ARE jf WASH SKIRTS. quantity, quality and variety of the mer- 0 0 j NEW 0 0 500 PAPERS BEST PINS (th) 5c 3c 0 2 RIGHTuenu GOODS, JUST IN P W ft chandise to be offered. 0 0 kind) 0. 15 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ANY 0 3c Better to sell them at a loss now for 0 0 500 PAPERS BEST NEEDLES 0 NEW WASH SUIT. X 0 0 0 (the 5c kind) 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ANY j cash than carry them over is our motto. 0 0 23 LADIES' AND CHILDRENS' 3s 0 TAILOR SUIT. 0 0 0 39c & Don't forget about the 10 percent, dis- - g 0 UMBRELAS at RIBBON BARGAINS q 0 200 HUCK TOWELS at YARDS ALL SILK any article in our store not es- - o 0 25 REMNANTS TABLE LINEN 7e0 0 200RIBBON IN WHITE, PINK, ft count on 0 0 0 BLUE AND BLACK, WORTH 0 0 (2 to 3 yards) m pecially priced in this ad. 39c yd 0 & 0 8c YARDS RED 0 12c at This means $1 American Lady corsets, 0 0 50CHECK TABLE AND WHITE yd 0 LINEN at 15c "? 0 0 200 YARDS ALL SILK 0 0 RIBBON IN WHITE, PINK 0 00 90c;any fine $3 shoes or Oxfords $2.70, 0 0 10010cOAK CURTAIN POLES (the 5c 0 kind) at 0 0 BLUE AND BLACK, 18c KIND 0 0 10c j 0 AT g and so on through the house. 0 0 10 YARDS FAST COLORED 0 0 50 YARDS BLACK 0 HAIR LAWN We will have bargains during the en- - 0 0 for (regular price 5c yd) 28c 0 RIBBON, (the 30c kind) at.. .. 13c 0 10 YARDS 0 g tire month of July but these special prices 0 FINE BRO. SHIRT WAISTS 0 0 0 COTTON (regular price yd).. 48j O 0 50WHITE WAISTS $155 to $1.50 I are good for the special 12 days' sale only. 0 0 10RED CALICO (regluar pries $0J 0 YARDS BLUE, GREY OR 0 VALUES, ONLY 89c Men, don't overlook these low shoe I 0 6c yara) for 0 0 YARDS 10c 0 500GINGHAMS QUALITY DRE3S 0 0 bargains. 0 0 10 YARDS APRON GINQHAM 48c 0 Sr ft6c ft 0 0 0 (regular price 8c yd) for... 48c 0 A 500 YARDS FANCY DRESS 0 No better goods made than those child-ren- s' 0 0 10 YARDS HOPE COTTON (rog 0 DUCK 10c KIND 64c 0 0 0 ular price 10c yd) for 0 79a 0 slippers at 48c and 95c. 300 YARDS 50c QUALITY CHIF0 0 4 PAIR MEN'S TAN 00 $ FON SILK OR.BLACK 39c 0 0 0 SOCKS (reg. price 10c pair) for 2Sc 0 25 REMNANT8 MATTINO. 5 TO 18 No goods laid away in this sale. 0 0 YARDS IN EACH PIECE AT 0 0 0 KNIT UNDER0 0 0 MEN'S POROUS'DRAWERS 0 OFF THE REGULAR PRICE This sale is seasonable. Right now you 23c 0 0 8HIRTS AND 00 0 SEAM 50c ELASTIC MEN'S need such goods. 0 0 DRAWERS 00000000000000 39c m Hundreas of articles in this sale are ( & & 1 0 good for all the year around. 0 0 0 OOOOO t o O O O O OOOOO ft --"-- w -- -- 8 - h - $1-9- 5 ttJ - I. IE ' - ,,.. - HAM, IN8ER-TIO- ki CCAQI-IUAR- I jr Be - - - F P kW F 00O000000000fi0000&00000?0000000 g K B Wkxr2k-ici-pi.- o G Son, Southeast Corner Main and Depot St. STANFORD, KY. ,' lu mmmmmmmm,immam''mammmmmimmmmKM ehr I iOwMBMjj,, i TLKSDAY, JULY 6, 1910. ' . fl-j- t V ft t INTEfllOIl JOURNAL. PAGE FIVK. M 5 K; Men's Tan Low Shoes. In Correct Styles and Dcst Quality. Ifcgulnr $3.00 Shoes at $1.05. Men's Bargain Socks. Men Celchrata the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Bargain Shoes. Wo will close out our entire line of Men's Low Shoes In Tan and Patent Leathers. These are the Ilidwell & Fonholm makes. Nothinc- better made to sell at $3 to 5 per pair. We have decided to (jive this space to a difTerent line of Rood i and you can profit by this sale. They are on the bargain counter n the center of our store and you can have your choice at $1.05 and $2.05. As n flyer to go with these shoe bargainstyc will sell 150pairs, Men b7 Silk Finish Socks, the 19c kind at 1.1c per pair or two for 25c. Not over ' four pairs to one customer. Men's Patent Low Shoes. nnd 15. Take any at J2.95. Get your In High Grade Goods sold nt future needs out of this sale and save II to ti. un sale Monuny a a.m. i .' $-- 1 ?. SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected. M y L. Wearen Hughes, of Louisville,. was a beautiful event of last week. J spent tbe Fourth with tho home folks, I Mr. Martin stopped over in Lebanon Mrs, A H. Severance is in Illch for a seeral days' visit with friends. ( MesdaniesW. L. and J. M. Mccarty i mond for a two weeks' visit to and little sons Mike and I red Mccarto spend Mrs. Thomas Taylor Wllhoyte, of ty, went up to Plnevllle several weeks with Mrs. W. T. Davis. Hlchniond, Va., Is the guest of Hev. Col. R. J. Ureckenridge, who was We collect notes and accounts anywhere In the United States. No and Mrs. J. T. Hosklns. at the bedsdie of bis life long friend. charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Mrs. n. L. Davison and children and died last week, Miss Minnie Straub went to Crab Or- Mr. J. W. Moore, who Bank references. Correspondence solicited. returnel to Danville Friday. He atchard Monday to spend several days. tended bis funeral, and remarked that Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Uuckner, or Cov Ington, O., have returned to their the deceased was one of his truest and I). Wilkinson and home after n visit to the family of Mr. best friends. R. has family, Edgar Wilkinson and family, tauqua and visiting relatives. A. C. Carman. Dr. J. O. Carpenter went to LivingsRoyalty, W. M. Moore, Mrs. Mr. Felix White and family visited ton Sunday to deliver an Mies Lucy Lee Walton left this Mrs. McD. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Wilkinson, Mr. Jake White near Paint IJck, Satmorning to Join her parents, Mr. and E. E. Sanders, Fayette address. WaUon at their new borne nnd Mrs. H. C. Rhorer returned to urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Uobon Campbell spent Mrs. E. C. their re8pectie homes after attend in Atlanta, Go. Prof. Milton Klllott, head of one of scleral days with relatives at ing tho funeral of Mr. Moore. Casey Jamie Carpenter, of Crab Orchard, Lexington's largest schools, was here Is quite ill, and bis mother, Mr.s J. News. Prof. J. W. Ireland is in Williams Saturday va route to Crab Orchard to burg this week conducting the Whit-Ic- G. Carpenter spent several days with spend several dnys. county teacher' Institute, lnstl btm. Klwood Tottcn, who has been holdShort Local News. Mr. Beverly Rout, of Louisville who ing down n nice position in Lexington tute begins here next week. Mrs. D. C. Snndidge, of Lynchburg, Is with the Sewerage Commission, for some time. Is at home for a short Nice line of mattresses and porch Va., nee Miss Berda Martin, Is visit- was at home for several days this visit. and daughter ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. week with his mother who ban been and porch suites. W. A. Tribble. Mrs. Julia HIkrIbh confined to her bed for tho past week Mrs. Mary Donnelley, nnd Harry and Martin nt Mt Vernon. Fly Paper; Fly Screens, Fly Killers, Misses Mngglc Stagg nnd Grace Mrs. Jnlle Cooper nnd sister, Miss Willie Illgglns of Somerset are visitat thfc Ci:it.'v Store riy ing Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King at Hubble. Fannie Kedd, of Crab Orchard, were tlrady are enjoying the Chautauqua at Wnnted. good second hand refrigerIhey spent tbo fourth with Dr. J with Misses Susie and Alia Thomp- Lelinnon. They are guests of Mrs. C. 37 r.. T. Bohon. ator. Appy nt this office 1).' Owsley In town. son at Mt. Vernon last week. Oeorge O. Menefee, who is traveling Misses Georgia nnd Hose McFerron Prof B. 8. Itoblnson, the capable ol Dollar watches at ure guests of their sister, Mrs. W. J out of New York for the Standard Oil at Anotber stock Store. principal of the graded school at the Country Saturday getting Childress at Hustontille. After n short Company, dropped in home last week was here CO.Louisvfllc:ifeii Before you buy a parsol see the advertising matter for a clever little lslt, they will go to Llokout Moun for u few davs. MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Ml sees Louise and Evelyn Eastland, ones at the Country Store. will gle Friday tain and tho latter will go to Oklaho play bis pupil rnccs (juite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. ma wbero she Is principal of a graded who ore guests of relatives In Winulghl at Alcorn's Opera House. D. Stable for rent. Mrs. Mattle chester, will continue their visit until Mrs. Hobert C. Saufley, of Parker, school. Klrby. after July i. Courier-JournaMr. and Mrs. J. W. Grimth and little Arlxonn, Is the guest of her grandMiss Ida May Adams, of Mt. Vernon July Is tbe time to settle accounts; mother, Mrs. Evans at Danville. Aft- grandson, of Osceola. Arkansas, paser a short vUlt to her old home at sed through here Sunday to Crab Orch alled for Liverpool last week and all In debt to me will please call and Harrodsburg, she will come here for ard where they will spend some time. will visit all Important places in Eng sette. Miss Kiln May Saunders. a villi to her husband's mother and Mr. Griffith formerly lived in Lancas- land, France, Uerraany, Austria, Italy, Powder, guns, tobacco hoes nnJ tee ter and was warmly welcomed by his Switzerland nnd Holland. brother. Robert Porter, a clever knight of cinokers. Geo. H. Ferris' vie-- , many Kentucky friends. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wife ore both the grip, who Is now traveling thro' Bell City For sale First clas Indiana and Illinois, came home for the Fourth and was the guest of his thresher at a bargain. W. O. Walker, Stanford, Ky. parents. Mr. L. C. King, of the Hubble secTry our new tnliicke and save tion, was a pleasant caller Ht tbe I. J. baking for Sunday. Will receive on office the Fourth. He snys the wet Tuesday and Friday. W. H. Illgglns. weather is doing great damage to tobacco In his pnrt of the county. For Sale Drand new Oliver typeMr. and Mrs. John W. Hnwllngs, of writer latest model; nt a bargain, Ed 31-- 3 Danville, have announced the marriage C. Gaines, Lancaster. of their daughter Miss Maymc Alson -Hnwilngs. to Mr. William M. Haltman. Pure Deerlng Sisal binder lIne at Tr.n wedding took place June 17. S cents a pound. J. G. Wenthi'rford, 315 4 They will reside at Macon, Ueorgia. llustonville. MIb Irene Lyons, a charming youug All those indebted tc me. please call Inny of Lebanon Junction, who has iy enI am closing out nnd settle been a guest of Miss Adele Dnpee, left tire stock and desire full settlement. Thursday for her home. Mlsn Dupee George D. Hopper. entertained a large number of young 1 wi'l sell On Saturday July 3th folks on Monday evening in honor of v 11 trimmed huts, 25 cents up to any price her visitor. London Echo. miBS buying your hat ou want. Don't Miss Etta Belle Root came home from Miss Ella May Saunders. Saturday from Sulphur, Okla., where spend the Vho has been teaching, to It's like a summer breeze; coolb, resummer wlthi her parents, Mr. and freshes and builds up your wanting energies. Holllster's Rocky MounMrs A. D. Root. tain Tea is the most etfeU've summer CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY C D. Owens nnd family lelt l tonic. 35c Ten or Tnblets at Shusjur for Cumberland, Md., where Mr. & Tanner'c. Owens has nccepted a very fine posiThere wllf bo n meeting o! Diadem tion with the Callahan Construction Lodge No. 81 ou Wednetdcy evening Co.. on the Western Maryland By. July fi S P. M. Work in 3rd rank. T. Somerset Journal. W. Pennington, C. O. All-wo- ol Col. Dave Dunn, of Danville, is quite For sale or rent house wltt 5 rooms 111 nnd his daughter, Mrs. M. S. llaugh Quarter-buildings and a T. V. Humblo W. O. Martin L. K. Hughes days with him last good garden nil out man spent sovern 10 good building lot. Apply to W. H. week. He is In his Suth year and It is Brady, Stanford, Ky. Two-piec- e lined Mired he is not long for this worlO. Robert Harding Waters, of St. Lou Lost The bottom of 'an automobllo is. is spending his vacation with bis lantern. Ileward for return to M. S. mother, sisters and brothers here. The Daughman. oung mnn holds a lucrutlve position Turnersvllle anu McKlnney will in one of tho big railroad offices there have n Sunday school picnic in Mr. is making good. and Every VaHon. llnrvey Helm has returned Will H. Murphj'B woods July 9. i0from Washington, Congress having body ii cordially invited. ?0 Adjourned for tho summer vacation. The Fourth passed off very quietly Ho says he is feeling in fine shnpo in Stanford. Will White sent up a pafor tbe campaign this fall nnd his per balloon in front of tho Country looks bear out his statement. Store but it caught fire v. hen a couple The Tribune of Salt Like City, In of hundred feet up. The post ottice and detailing a mlno disaster near Eu- banks wero closed as usual. reka, Utah, in which three men were killed nnd nine others overcome by a Beware of Ointments for Catarrh prematuro explosion, says that Drs. that Contain Mercury, Steelo Bailey, M.UIIHWI will lurclr dntror " k" m' tm,a..,.,. mK O. P. Harvlello nnd ,. a& romplctfly r.TorrB iw ".w(UfUna BUCD U IhrOUlD both formerly of Lincoln county, did .nurtn iliouW nvtr U DUCOUJtittpt eo prwrip-ito- c U uuw with the affected men. trom spendld work ph7lts. you " imn uir " eo pxaiOly US fowl will do to teu (old to U enMiss Jano Garmnn delightfully e trom Uwm. Hill's CnUrtli Curt. mulur4 J number of her girl friends by r wdenruer vo- iuwuu. j. lnwh.. upon dlrecllr tertained a U tl" mutnillr. turr. rouuui mbm o lb tyium. .u at dinner Sunday at tho homo of ber U blood and Cturrb Cure b iui you rt to buTtni lliui ud mutt la Toledo. Uktn brother, Mr. E. C. Carman, on koruu rroulot. It Jto Cbny utrnullyTMtlnionlto tr. A CU. Onto, ptr bottlf. Hold by Dtufi.u. Price. guests were Misses Idu avenue. Her Holtzclaw, Mello Van Allmnn, Anna Tho world's most successful mediDarst, Mary Rlgney and Carrie Van Kentucky. am cine for bowel complaints Is Chamberi Allman, lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Mr. W. O. Martin has returned from Heuiedy. It has relieved nioro pain This'storeMsIthelhome of.Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes as and suffering and saved mow lives Cflmnbollsvllle. where-- ho acted STANFORD, KENTU CKYD other medicine In use. inbest man at tho wedding of James Ar- than any for children and, adulte. valuable den and Mies Van Edrlngton, whden Bold by Q. L-- Penny. . There Is n new line of 25c box pa Urns of the mumps. era, special values at Penny's Unit; Miss Zndn Zanone, of Lancaster, Is yiore. the guest of Miss May Trnylor. tlragg Thompson was made n MasPERSONALS. ter Mason at Crab Orchard last week. T. N. Aldrldgp, of New Albany, Ind., Will Wallace, of New Albany, Ind., with his little son, Is hero with his Is the guest of friends and relatives here for a few days. Mpther, Mrs. Mary A. Wallace. Miss Gallic McWhorter, of Crab Mr. and Mrs. W. II, McKlnney were Orchard, has been the ruest of Mrs. at rab Orchard enjoying Its Cnc waMargaret 1)1 bb. ters. Elbert Terry, of Noal's Creek, afMrs. J. L. Jarvls and son, Maurice ter an extcrded trip through the are In Lebanon attending the Chau- state on business, returned home. I mays COLLECTION, agency. Somerset, - - - Kentucky y rien: you'want ceThe Interior Journal Stanford, Ky. jifYfAKCOUKT&i Ql ? l. Bailey's ,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Buy our line of wool clothing. 0 0 0 They will not fade. 0 0 Blue Serge, or Light 0 0 0 Crash Suit, or a Light, 0 s 'iI j Going Away JT' Are you going away to spend your vacation ? If so let us show you our line of Suit Cases and Trunks Gomet Don't borrow, your friend may be going away too. Faded I W. E. PERKINS, . ties-da- y C I t to Suit 0 0 I Will Keep You Cool on These Hot Days on Your Summer cation Trip. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Eld CUT IN OXFORDS You Will Find Our Line Full of Cool Clothes FOR HOT WEATHER. 0 0 Cummins & Wearen, r Stanford, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I )! il - -- nr We will sell you any pair of slippers left in our house at a great reduction. Now is the time to buy. From 25 to 50 per cent, in Vici, Patents, Tan, Oxblood, etc. $3.50 Oxfords cut to $2.28 $3.00 Oxfords cut to $1.98 $2.50 Oxfords cut to $1.48 $1.50 Oxfords cut to $1.18 Our loss is your gain. HUGHES, MARTIN & I - CO., ;ft DryGccds, Notions.'.Shoes, 5iLt..0 1 llll J - -- iftf-hM ji r "inr"r if friMfM.""5 " -. -- -vt r t'?"' "" 4 PXJB MX. Condition ot TIIK INTERIOR No. itm. Itoportof h Condition ot JOURNAL. No. Bill. TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1910. I Condition of FIST Of NATIONAL IANK 8TANF0RD, KY. JUNE 30, 1910. CplUI....iO,000. V. Orsrrstralt 8- - house and rwl sMtitc Dm from llnnka Iu frton U. 8. Treaa CaaU en hand Liabilities. atock tkrrptiKS fund DsdWIded profits VanA to pay taxes CaptLi! Kklnc !, Surplui 122,000 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, at BtanforU, In the Mate of Kentueky, at tha clot of business. June M, 119. nasooRCas. " t,oan and Discount! .. Ovinlrafl,iwcurwl ami unx'OirvU V, H. llomls to secure circulation fllT.UI 1,1 H.ST7 61 Llnttfe Ctwity NatlMtl In At close ot business June 33, 1910. Resources. Hills 274,790.72 Report of tha Condition of UHCOLN COUNTY RATIONAL maniora, rvcniiiray. IAN. TV at Htanford, Ky.. In the Htata of Kentucky, at tha close of business, June, ai, 1910. ii ' .vv vs lip m .VVs . Itl .r. Iwfe5l ..' A ?fir.i WiW AS4 rtocks and bonds... fl2l.Z68.6S & Prom Resources. lUnds other 10,79.43 ... fi,0J7..'2 61,090.00 Total from National Hanks (not . ; 17.273.6S Due from Male A Private .Hanks Has A Hankers, Trust Cos Inns Hanks "'??T?1 1331,710 88 DuefromannroveilreserTeaKents IJUecks and other cash Items . fiP.OOO Notes of other naiionni paper currency, nick 22,000 els, ami cents ,,"w" 972.80 i.u.-fraction- al ... !M,1I37 Othertures estate rvttl 2,500.09 l'mnlumson Honrt,;urltli.ete .... house, furniture Ilnnklnit lT.H. Imnus .... 0enlrAftM U, 8. Dond Other bonds Dunklrtt RKsouacra, 8,002.1 f", ami Dliffmnti ItflTOITf 60,000.00 (ven1rrts,eis:urTilnnilsrni'cureil 1.f1 IS 7,500.00 u.rs. iionusio sreure circumiion ri.ii ii t.ni -- and na- on' house, furniture and fixtures (I.TM0I Duo from banks 4,037 t Due from U. 3. Treas.. and oo J.TM 7S 1. 10 1 5,012.89 18,552.24 25,960.03 Cash II - ,3S,S18.0I Capltnl... Liabilities. . VI 05 1M70 IJ.ttS 47 Lawful Money Heserve Lenal-tenil- Circulation lAdhrMiMl dt posits Bank drpolts Notes redlscountcd LtAMttTIM. -- .. Onpltal Block paid In .. nurinu. ...in. I321.710.S8 Total pronis, ii"r"-- " UnillTliieti . anil taxes pnli! outstanding &l,rVTJIJ Orosn tarnfngs this six o) Hank notes nionttra $5,733 0" National it... in nitmr Vflilnnnl llankR ... . i.hjsoi Kinilnos left over from l.ut Due to appro eil llesene Agents.. six irontlis 644.0 Individual deposits subject 177.V1 M . to check Tlmo certificates of deposit . redlscounted...... s. 1, SIC W $7,379.56 Notes anil hills Total Hills payable. Including Certin-cateLMsp(Tcd of ns follows: of Deposit for money borrowed .Dividend 3 per cent 11,500 ft 17 IN rteserved for taxes .Carrlwl to surplus $:MI,7I0 I fur.il i per cent. . . 2.0CO 2,781.67 Tald expenses Htnteof Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: of the I, II. O. Bnugbman. Cashierswear above, Paid V. 8. Taxes .. . 12 that the named onrk, do solemnly Leave uutlh ltltd statement Is true to the best of in) above profits 972.S9 7,379.60 know ledge and belief. II. O. Hacohm ax, Cashier. J. S. Hocker, I'rest. S. T. Harris, Vice Prtst. HulxcrllvM and sworn to before me this II. C. Baughina:i, Cashier. UU day of July, 1VW. Correct Attest: J. s. Hocker, It.V.Uaugh W. W. Saunders lnd Bur man, Jas. K.Cutumlns. Directors. J. II. Harris, CookkecpT. 607.39 50 100 185,982.56 2.60.S04 19,540.00 Till nperir - Viii hi notes lleiiemptlon fun.l Ith I'. H. TrraS' circulation.) urer (J per cent, of " """"a Surplus 150,000.00 50,014.43 ' 1JM 9) $.41,710 S3 rind to pay taxes. Circulation , : . Hank deposits. Individual deposits mils parable Undivided profits Six months' earnings lf6.a 50,000.00 7,667.61 211,979.02 20,000.00 I3S9.S18.0S I 1," 00.00 11,167.31 llonils. rlrourllt.s, Ktc llanklns; house, (urnltur and fix... tures .. ..... Ilu from National llnnks ( not re- .. .. sfrve agents) Duo from Htnlnnml I'rlvato ll'ks anil Hankers, Trust Ootup's . ami HavlnRs llnnks Due from nnproviil reserve nents (Ihecks anil otheroash Items Notes of other Nntlonnl Hanks Kractlonnlpnprcurrency,nlckels ami rents. Ijiwful Money llrserse In Hunk, HT.nia ul vtit Hpecle notes .. . . lanl. tender fund with IT. H. Trens. lledeniptlon urrr tSxrct,o( clrculntlon) ..... 70 I,fl) IS i S,0lt m H 71 9:1: M,sia ,IJ" M I.M0 l rUC0 A new and tc 14.410 00 ft) OS J) J.WJ.SI1 ir. Disposed of as follows: Paid expenses and taxes.... S 4.152.S.1 Pall dividend No. 24 1.5ti00 7,014. 4i Has paid to surplus M2.SG7.31 Hurplus fund Undivided profits, less espenses and tnxes maM ...... Nntlonnl Hunk notesoutstamllnii iiue tooiuer .ni. unnks Due to Htnte nnd Banks Jr Hankers Due to approved reserve nsenta Individual deposits sub ject to check ... uemnnu uertincates of deposit Time certincatei ot deposit Hills nntaltle. IncluillnsCertinc.ites of dermslt for money lornmeii Ruserved for taxes l'rl-vn- LIAntMTIRS. Onpltal Stock paid In Also Ladies' Oxfords. Vici Kid, Patent Leather and Swede. trousers and to make you look with them, you should wear n nice pair of the "Crossett" Oxford. well-dress- line of odd ..ai:; rv I rV)0 ft) fd,0U M biiu T,iW7 ni ra "CIothing . ?M,VT W 5,UJ W ... 9)" fsj iw M f , . Htnteof Kentucky. County of Lincoln, sst C'rthlili'r. President. I. W. M. HrUht.dnslileroftlienlxive-nniiim- t linnk, do swear the ntwve This bank will be 12 yearn old Aug- statement solemnly the bestMint mv ktiool. Is truo to of ust 15, ".010. V. M. HRtiiiiT,.'nsbler edK" and belief. J44,t.OO Una paid dividends Huuscrltxtl nnd sworn to before me Has paid to surplus V bl''il id day ot July, WW. W. A.Uarson, MN this II Correct Attest! J. It. P.ittnn In otlier uords lias paid six i.t cent Shanks, il. W.Cnrter, Directors. net on original Investment nn-- In now holds In surplus $100 for each 100 of capital stock SOME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES n S. 11. .SHANKS, V. M UUIOHT, v.?. When you buy cloth ts from us, you can rest assured t lat you are in perfect style. Our hat department .s now more complete than ever. We hnve to show you the new Milan Straw Yacht and Panama Call around before you buy. :. . 1...V :;: jg;SAM ROBINtSON.l; STANFORD, KY. :M l$35f V . --- . . CONDITION OF Tke Waynesburg Deposit Bank Ol Wsynoburg, Ky, at Close sad OucounU of Buunesi'June 30, 1910. RESOURCES: Lnoi $48,110 99 Kmijs OVcrdtsftt Due from Nstionsl Bsnks 50000 00 357 9.915 3.103 2.650 1,811 FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. For Sale Extra good Jersey milk cow. O. D. Hopper. i For Sale 100 loot tobacco Oed. A. K. Hobblns. Stanford. Phono 109-4- . Wanted two good horses five to seven .'ears old, must be strictly soun I anl cood drivers. V. P. Klucald. St'tt-:ord-, Lancaster, July Versailles, Aufr. 3 t days. Danville, Auir. 3- -3 days. 273 days. 22 Ch 30 14 Ky. FOR SALE. Ssatiag House sad Lot 00 45 Fonuture and Fixtures Expenses (or last six months, Uxes paid 967 00 $67,415 10 13 horse power traction enRlne conifaratlvely new. Kur. only a short tide last season. V. L. CortJler, llow-l.u- Ky. e 3U LIABILITIES. , ssretus Capial Stock Fund subject to check s "Uadlnded Profit Account .rposus $15.000 UOO 2.793 43,421 00 00 19 91 $67,415 10 STANLEY MclNTOSH. Cashier. Undm'ded ProEu Cross Earnings Disposed ol as FoCowi: , Exposes paid last six months and Taxes : &Carnedto Surplus Fund ZZ mdeadNo 4. 4 per cent i Carried to. undivided profits ni $2,793 16 $967 00 , S t.XL 400i00 iOCTOO - v.. MJf 826 19 T ' farm ell located For Sale. In Pulaski county. It you are looking for a farm at your own price see me. F. A. Ross, Kings Mountain, Ky. For Sale. Halt donen nice thorough bred Black Berkshire boars. J. T. IVi Uoberts. Hubble. A carload of nice Western horses j.i8t received and for sale J. Nevln 33-- 1 Carter. and For Sale. Tobacco plants jticks. Fe lix White, Stanford. Ky R. V. D. Lexington, Aug. 8- -C days. Taylorsville, Aug. 9- -4 days. Harrodaburif. Aup;. 9- -4 days. Brodhead. Auir. 173 daw. August 17, IS nnd 19 hav.i been as the dates for the Pe'rytlllo lair Shelbyville, Auif. 23- -4 days. London, Auk. 234 days. Nicholaaville, Aug. 303 days. Barbourville, Aug. 313 days. Montlcello, Sept, 6,- -3 days. Glasgow, Sept. 23- -4 days. State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 12- -6 days. ... ?:::! i .. ?::; .. .. J.. . . i .w !. T7i -. Get My Price On House Paint, Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and and other farming implements. .MKTCfr H. B. Northcott, LANCASTER, BUYER OF KY. L. L.. SANDERS, No. 1. All $2,793 19 OFFICERS: L. President; James A. Hays. 2nd V. Pre- s- C Cooch. M. E. WheeUoa. la V. Pre. Stanley Mcintosh. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Hogs one night recently attacked a flock of sheep belonging to Frank Collins, of Braclftscsiounty killing 11 ewes and 14 lambs. Mr. Collltns nai Just sold the lams for Cc per pound and expected to deliver them next da- Estray heifer came to my place on June 18. Owner can get same by paying for keep and for this ad. R. G. Hubble, Turneravllle. 37-3- Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Kinds of Farm Produce wmmmmmmmmmmMimvBBWBWMBBm Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'g'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: ..pt&tBw. SS9SSfJBPSayamT It yon have a 07 thing to . 04II Eggs per doz Hens, per Itr. Fryers, per lb. ., Turkeys per lb Ducks, per lb. ., Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Ginseng, per lb Yellow Root, per lb He c SFSHayaysk in frirt v, 3- Oc 7-- Sc STOCK r.sa.ript.sgsgjsasfsac Take . LINE to Vic 7c $5 00 ,$M1 25 -5 1 K Dr. J. W. Acton. CC Cooch. Dr. A. K. Caldwell. Ceo. W. Leach. R. Curtis J. W. Wheeldon Preachersville. Sunday our community was tjrent-lbhocked to hear that Mr. Gecrpe Williams, the eldest son of Mr mid Mrs. John Williams, had been killed by a train at Kowlana. Mr Williams left on Saturday afternoon to go on an s excursion, nnd was at Mr I. D. restaurant near mldnlgnt nnd was not seen by anyone olse '.111 his remains were found near Rowland depot Sunday morning. Deceased was about '29 years of ago und was a Industrious and honebt young man. Ills fond parents, two brothers nnd two sisters nnd a host of friends and rtl.it Up are left to mourn his untimely taking away. Tb burial occurred In the Lancaster tometerv .in Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, the I O. O. F., of which ho wus a member, Hor-ton'good-heartey LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. We can please you. Phone 153 55 '. Nunnclley's New Stock Yards 'e buyand sel every day in the year except Sunday. Bring your stock. Ust market iu the State with plenty of ou ' V4 zLzzz pent., eed aud water best covered I YOUR Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized aa tba standard poultry irmedy of trie world. It is the one remedy that caa bo depended n smb. absolute certainty to cure and prevent 1 SAVE FOWLS STANFORD, KY. W. L. M'CARTY.Pres. otiliitla of Louiiville or Lexington. We also do a general hitch ami feed buiiueas. E. C. WALTON, L. It. HUGIBS,S. A T ' llmbtrneck. Dlarrbota and eases. A few drops In the 1 all existing forms of poultry disdrlnklnir water keeps fowls healthy and free from disease. A too bottle makes I i gallons of medicine. Vox tha treatment of Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys Gapes, Cholera, Roup, Bourbon Poultry .Cure HAS Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford. Kentucky. r NO EQUALI I - !". W.W.RaIswe,HopklDSTlll.KT.,ssys: "I bavabre raltinf chickens lorocaily fifty ytars and tSMahtm Poultry Cure Is tha most satisfactory remedy 1 have ever used lor Cholera and Capes.1 vw.cr.- - t raised buadreds ol chickens Iree from cepes by civin them Bourbon Poultry Cure. I nod it a sun cure lac inaiera aaa umoeraeca." Mr.F.P.Osy,ParIs.Kr..sirs:',tastyrsr officiating. 1910 Bourbon Remedy Co., LSSSftr, DOo At All Leading Druggists. par Bottle. u. s. a . Trial Vial Fro. ANNOUNCEMENT, 1310 j'v: L'iOJ'jjr A B. YANKEE DOODLE'S PONY waa nil right because he had good harness. How about your steed J Wouldn't a new harness for the 4th moke blm look a sight better? We have Just the set to suit him and to Sadsuit you and your pocketbook. dles as well both for ponies and full sized horses. Come, see and admlro. C. MtCLARY. Stanftrri. Ky. 8tock Farms and Town Property Handled on CommLuiou. Sold. If you Have Projerty to Sell or Kent Notify Write for Circular to aud Bonds U. . LOW ROUND-TRI- P HOMESEEKERS TO FARES The West, Southwest and Northwest 2 St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. TRAINS DAILY TO 2 Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays In each Month. Return Limit 2a Days from Date of Sale. mi I.uviaYji.s.n J. vu 2 St. Louis WITHOUT CHANCE. C TRAINS DAILY TO 2 kn. lor V. Farti V and Special Diierts Route ArranaemtMs.-- PltNN. T. A. r OAKDKKX. O. I ijTrrra eaataarr 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE J. C. McClary, "The Land of Now" 100,000 Fertile Acres Abounding In Everything that Exalts and Embellishes Uivlllxed Lite. I.&nd for Home or Investment, Association with the best citizenship. No saloons, no social disturbances. Churches for all denominations. All work together for the general welfare. Schools second to none. Telephone exchange and connection everywhere. Electric lights and modern Imple ments. Religion and education held hacred. Greatest prospects. Available resources. Raro opportunities. Rich Boll. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. OG000OO0OigO0 S w 0OOO$0O0OO. r a "1 i K J. Stock For Sale! I have for sals a liay mare Mule, old and wrlnhi I.I'D pounds. Hound and pood worker. Also bay uare, been works nny where aud Indies lin drlvlnic tier. Hhe Isaoumt nnd tsn fnlr and-dl- tr 2 Z fr vvuil,1uK cn i a ivt The Winning Feature of The r. 0 m .... Is Its Simplicity .... U1UAHDUNN Hu.tollWIU ir r v tn.r Aaron ascrtaln our opinion fr.a wb.ih.r an firrsstlon Is probably patii.M Cornnianlea. tasMrtriotirconBd.ntbL HANDBOOK oul'Uuts pat.uts. m( (re. (fldwt ait.ner fur sMurlufCo. rsi.lvs IWauu taken t&rouvh Munn A qmlMmottt, without chants, la tb. Copvriohts rrFTv,sketch and DceiaNSAc. description tending a Tnaoc Marks aalmmely lllnstralad wMklr. lartsst elr. "" T.run.IJa rsFi f rri ajaMrmotBa,fl. WM bjall n.wsdul.n. NtwYork Ml Ci Bmss m!S.m r au Waaktaailiio. IX 0. i 1 Kkntific flwrim Undertaker and Cmbalmer STANFORD, iffltsj Phone, IW. KY- Uorat i bent W. Mim. Abundant crops. Rousing conditions. Distinct advantages. Crops In great variety. Cn tho road to prosperity. Unlimited possibilities. None superior In fertility. Truo to the right. Yielding abundant harvest. King ot good roads. Youth and beauty reigti. Prices right. Wrfto for catalogue. Farms from 25 to 400 acres; prices from 10 to 1140, according to location and ImnorvemenU HUGHES A 8YVINEBROAU, j 1 D. CARTER, B. New Llverv- B fir STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Depot Street. Phone 96, O O Anyone Can Learn to Run it For It Operates on Only Three Cears. Auto for all J s ll,c for any Girl the ,V)ml,y or 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. 25 3ft Woman can Run it as Easily as a Man. Just ct us Provc th!s t0 0 I have 200,000 feet of lumber j( suitable for tobacco ba;ns nnd otlier building punwses nt reasonable C. P Cecil, Walter Dunn Phone us For Free Demonstration. agents, & prices. Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want, K and I can suit you. m WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky Shipping Point Mt. veemon. j $' X Danville, Ky. S Rail Estate. Lancaster. Ky.