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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 19, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910071901_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 19, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUMtt XXXVH. The Interior Journal. KTANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, TUEaDAY, JULY 19, 1310, NO 41. jwostern part of the State, owing toi 'lack of moisture. Hut thla year tho HORSEMEN READY FOR $6,000 EXTRA FROM HIGH SCHOOL IN OLD KENTUCKY rrop Is as good as If not better than TWO ATEMPTS FOR FAIR, CIRCUIT MADE SUNDAY 'iere, Consequently, land In Western AND BOTH FAIL. Kansas, has gono from $s or $10 per THE COURTHOUSE CONTRACTOR 8ECURES POSITION AT BETTER WRITES "BUD" REYNOLDS, BACK acre to $40 LINCOLN COUNTY EQUINE3 WILL or $50 and higher. SPRINGS SURPRISE ON SALARY IN OHIO TWO VA- FROM KANSAS rARM CONMAKE 'EM ALL STEP SOME nerore closing, I must say a few ' Oerther Cutron, a young man of the FISCAL COURT. CANCIE3 IN FACULTY. DITIONS OUT THERE. I words FOR THE BLUES Crab Orchard section, tried to "lift about alfalfa. When we left tli Kentucky we thought we were going lid" In Stanford Sunday, and It With the courthouse nbout ready W Hh the opening After signing a contract to hoad the (out hltn 112.50, and considerable din. Kcola, Kan,. July 11. I to a land of strangers. otho Richmond for occupancy and prnctlrally high school hero next term, Prof. O. With n very few exceptions, where lair this week, a number He came to town Sunday Dear readers of I. J., I will asaln rotiirortof the Lln when the Fiscal Court met Afternoon In a buggy, nccompanled by O. Decmcr has notified the Iloard of write a few Items that I hope may In- there was little sociability and every coin county horsemen will start upon one too busy chasing dollars to notice wllli Contractor Krueger Friday to ' a oun5 hidy, In a buRgy, and niter Kducatlon tjiat ho cannot serve, and terest someone rirst I must thnnk n stranger, but we were agreeably the rounds ot fair circuits with their formally take over the building, much leiving her down town, went up to bus resigned. It Is understood that he the editor Tor the compliment ho furprlsed to find that about half of strings ot crack saddle and harness surprise was occasioned when Mr. Acey's place on Depot street and athas been elcctd to a place In tha paid mo In my letter or April 3rd the people in this locality are from horses and mules. Dick Scudder, of tempted to smash his way Into It. KrueRcr presented a bill nRalnst the Marshal D D Carter happened on chool at Lisbon, O., his home, at a and correct tho statement ho made old Kentucky and that the peoplo are McKlnney, shipped from here today county' for $6,000 additional to the tho scene nbout that time and placed better salary than he was to receive that I hud bcono a "prosperous" far- as plain, friendly and as good neigh- his great All Peaviue and the yearling bors In every wa as can be round ccntrnct price of the now building Catron under arrest, and City Judge here, and consequently "Jumped" niiy Jack o'Llna of which he hopes for his mer of Kansas, I ,1m far from being nnv where. If you meet any one here This claim was for extras claimed to J N. Menofee, Jr., taxed him Just local n prosperous farmer put hopo to pros contract In favor id tho better who Is thirty years old you can ask much success this season. Both are -. have been furnished In the bulldlnR. twelve nnd a half "bones" for his one. Iuik ni icusi enouxn to pay an my them from what State they came, In fine shape and some good results Prof. Deemer taught hero last t outside of the regular contract work, tioublo. oeDis nnu again make a start In life. lor they are from back east nnd th from them ore expected. Carroll Dud Tho "lid" is being kept on very term and seemd to give general satis such as 12,500 for side porticos, $90U Wheat and oats harvest Is over and chances are that they are Irom Ken- derar, who will ride and drive them tightly and so far nil erforts to faction. for HoorlnR, and other smaller sums. th hum of the thresher Is now heard tucky, Missouri or Indiana, but more in the rings, says they ought to corns It have failed. , A Mi The court went carefully over the Kate Alcoru, of who in mo land A great many of the are from Kentucky. There Is less home with n good string of blues. young man induced a local physician matter, and allowed $1,150 of this has been olerted to teach a grade next thousands of men who came to Kan-- a crime here than In dear Old Kentucky Walter O. Walker's magnificent clnlm..but refused to pass upon the to give him a prescription calling for term, has declined the appointment, to assist in harve'Isng he great by odds, There has not been a mur- horse, Carroll Preston, Is ready for a Sunday 'morning balance until the question of validity n glass of coco-colwheat scrops have gone, yet a great der In Stafford county for more tha hard campaign and under Homer C. has been settled. It was finally agreed and presented It at a drug store, only ahd so notified tde board. A meet- maty are still here helping to ruu eleven years. And the people put in Wray will give a good account of himIt unceremoniously turned ot the 'members was held last week lip left to arbitration, to bnva that the matter threshers nnd to do all kinds of farm fully half o. tutlr time letting otuer to consider the matter ot the two a self. He Is golflg to make Edna May one man to bu appointed by the Fiscal down, with a laugh work. eople's business alone. There is nnd any of the Crack fancies In the faculty whluh have to saddlers extend ?ourt, one by Contractor Krueger, it is estimated that about 30,000 talk 'now of having an old Kentucky he filled soon. uemselves this season. This horse t.oth to select the third. The question men carao to Kansas this year. They Reunion sometime Hurt by Runawry i this fall. With has been conceded to bar one of tho to bo decided Is aald to' be merely of began coming about three weeks be- bent' wishes, I nm, finest of his kind ever produced in Reynolds-Gentr- y. totilrart, whether or not the contract fore harvest began. Every train M. G REYNOLDS. IS CARROLL SHANKS Kentucky, and though he has been K)th passenger and freight, brought with KrueRer called for the extras MRS. P. S. On last evening we had the shown KNOCKED DOWN AND but very little on the fair cir svhloh h claims to have supplied, nnd harvest hands. Thoy wero here from best rain we have had this summer, INJURED. POPULAR ROCKCASTLE COUPLE everywhere. cuits, already has a big reputation and lor which he asks the extra $6,000, A great many farmers In fact, Ifre only one to wet the big things are expected ot him. Mr. 8URPRISE FRIENDS The Fiscal Court accepted tho employed their hands and boarded ground and the farmers will sure get Wray will also have lor Mr. Walker Mrs Carroll Shanks hart a very narliulldlnR,' subject to theso conditions, ihem free several days beforo tho busy now listing wheat ground, I Their many friends hero were surand, the furniture Is being moved In row cscapu from very serious Injury heat was ready In order to bo sure have more than 100 acres for wheat the mare Sallle Brook and Pettus Beau Naboth. This should prove a occupancy by the Saturday when she was struck and prised to learn of tho marrlago nt cf them. ttow, prcparator) to Respectfully, winning string In any company. Vernou of Miss Jalla Reynolds o'liclal The furnishings liave been knocked down, and ono limb ruu over I will say right here mat If the "BUD." C. r. Sandldge is going after the supplied by tho Art Metal Furniture by the runaway horse attached to the and Mr. K. It. Gentry, one of the most farmers had to harvest the iropa with Ilros ' coal wagon. That popular young coupled of Rockcastle out any blues with Chesterland Chief and Company, and are very handsome and Ucnhain help lots of It would outside other good ones and will make nil he serviceable, In keeping with the the wagon was not heavily laden is County. The bride Is n niece of Mrs. go to waste 12.50 to 3 and boarc" Lincoln Teachers probably tho reason that Mrs. Shanks' E. J, Drown and has often been her was goes against step some to beat this character of tho structure, which ha the price nald man to nitrh good one. Iwen built as tho county's leRal home limb was not broken. As It was, she Ktiste here. Tne Signal says of the wheat and $3 to $4 for stackers and ADOPT .STRONG .RESOLUTIONS Grading has been sUned on tho was budl) bruised while the shock to wedding: $4.60 to $5 for man and. teams. All AT INSTITUTE HERE. , It came as somewhat a surprise other work was dropnod and every yard, and as soon as this Is com- her nervous system was even greater. Ended in Squabble Mrs Shanks wait, proceeding down wheu the news was flashed over our wan who walks about the pleted, the concrete could do a dars work was The following resolutions were unan Vulldlng wilt bo laid, greatly Improv- West Muln street toward her home town Monday afternoon, that Alty. In harvest Harvest lasts clout V) to ing Its appearance. Th temporary when she heard a commotion as of a E. It. Gentry, one of Mt. Vernon's 15 days. I harvested with Mr. W. T. imously by the Lincoln county teach MORELAND CLAIMS THE VICTORY OVER HUSTONVILLE. offlco of the county Clerk, on the east horse running Just behind her. Just most promising young lawyers, and Marctim and our forcu (7 nun and era in their institute here last week I. Resolved that the thanks ot the aide, will be raxed and the courthouse as she turned to sec what It was.Mhe il's Jalla Reynolds, one of our very h.mL's) put on an arerai; ot a little Moreland, July 18. will then stand forth In IU true mag norse, hitcl.ud to the wagon, which prettiest and most attractive youDg more than 30 acres a day In stack. teachers be extended to Misses Kate Lad been galloping madly down The ladies has been united in the holy We began Moreland defeated Hustonvllle in a Bogle and Margaret Hopper and Mrs. alflccnrc. at 7 A. M. and quit, at 7 ball game here SatThe board of arbitrators to consld street, turned to go In the open gatu bond ot matrimony at the home ot p. m., and rested one and a halt Stella Montgomery tor their services II. C. Haughman's yard. The animal Mrs. Willis Adams and had left on the hours for lunch. and assistance tor playing the piano urday by the score of 6 to 5. Th s?r cbe contractor's claim will meet to gnme ended In a disagreement over a Friday, when It Is expected that .the struck Mrs. Shanks with his cheat and 4 '57 train for Nashville and other It was very dry through harvest at various sessions. knocked her forward, and down and points to spend titelr honeymoon and a nice breeze every day. .2. Resolved that we thank Revs. blocked ball. The question was: A y natter will be Anally settled. the wheels pissed .over one. of. , her While they had been quite demoted for J. J. Dickey and J. T. Hosklns and ball delivered by tho pitcher goea 'neither men nor teams runner limbs. The bone then ran Into the n yeitr or two, yet they had kept tne and'the wheat went In the stack D. M, Walker, for the helpful talks wild, and hit's a bystander. A goes Garrard IGSkg goes home from third and one matter a profound secret that their in One .shpe. Of those who yard and stopped. at our opening exercises. . havo Mrs. Shanks wab able to gt up, wedding would take place so soon, threshed, 35 bushels per acre Is (rom, first to third. Catcher throws 1 Resolved that Drs. W. B. the and J. O. Carpenter receive the ball back to pitcher and It goes VOUNO MAN IS SHOT TO DEATH though badly hurt nnd stunned, and lie. D. It. Gentry was the officiating best yield reported. Of what that first was able to walk to Mr Daughman's clergyman. COUSIN. tested 64 pounds from black land, it the thanks of the Institute tor their from there to first base and the base' house, where she almost fainted. Her Wo join In vith .heir numerous U selling now at 88 cents. Instructive addresses baseman puts It over to third Ag- excellent and The husband and physician came quickly trlends In hearty congratulations and ricultural Commissioner claims the on Hygiene and Sanitation and Pre man, who holds it. Pitcher walks to Lancaster. July IS. and she was taken home, where she wishing them a long, happy and pros- crop In Kansas will be about 40 to 85 vention ot Tuberculosis. box and asks umpire for ball and then James Rots, a merchant at perous life. Resolved that we commend runner on third starts playing; off and 4. lu this county, was shot twice, I still suffering keenly from the million bushels, or about 25 million experience. SupL Garland Singleton for his Impar third baseman puts him out. U the. once In the arm and once In the stoless than last year. mach Saturday night by his cousin, tial conduct as our presiding officer man out or I he entitled to scorer Corn Is looking fairly well, but at Ciap Quince Tankersley It seemed that was beginning to suffer for rain, but and courteous treatment ot the teach- This is the clever trick that stopped Rail Tfccfl Koss was trying to get Tankersley, Saturday (the 9th) night we had a ers In his official capacity and may the'game. Who wont NEAR McKINNEY AUQ. 28 TO- 5 nice shower the third game the This make who had ben drinking, to go home and that will do lota of good, be live long in the same capacity, Is SEPT. 1910, Moreland boys have won out of three this seemed to anger him. when he CRAB ORCHARD REPORTER REft is claimed that there Is the largest our wish. CALLS 1875 A3 WET YEAR. How many games have Hus3. Resolved that we heartily endorse played. pulled out his pistol and tired twice acreage planted !n corn, that has upon Hos, tho latter a Very serious Ministerial help: Rev, Charlie D. ever been planted in Kansas. the new school laws and do all In our tonvllle won? Our boys got 10 hits off McKlnney Crab Orchard July 14th, 1910 Tllman, ot Atlanta, Ga Rev. 11. L wound. He was brought Immediately The second crop ot alfalfa has been power to graduate pupils so as to Estes to 3 off Rakestraw. 1 presume most everyone in noticing Ilridgen,, of Wilmore, Ky. Dro. advantage ot will play here at uaugnmans (o tho New Lancaster Hospital and cut and is a fairly good yield. Yet, If qualify them for taking is one ot the greatest musicians we don't get more rain soon the third the free tuition in high schools ot next Saturday. Pitcher Weddle will operated upon. I he amount ot rain we are having The physicians said from the first this month, yet I cannot say I have and sweetest singers in the United crop Is .going to be short and I want Stanford and Hustonvllle. stirt tl e game with cJrter behind the 6. Resolved that we as teachers of bat. The Moreland team Is looking States. Dro. Drldgers is also a fine lo say that the alfalfa crop In itself thero was scarcely a chance for him not experlnced Just so much continu- singer and a great preacher. They Lincoln county urge that a law be for match games. Write J. A. Balrd. to live, as Internal hemorrhages had ous rain beforo, for I remember very will do the preaching nnd singing U an Immense crop. Kansas raises passed by our next Legislature to com- Moreland, Ky. weukened him. He died Monday more alfalfa than any other State In vividly la the year 1873 that Dro. Holmes, of Cincinnati, O,. the The lineup Saturday wa: morning at 7 o'clock. the Union. It seems lo me that it the pel parents to send their children to It began raining on the evening Moreland. Hustonvllle' rirted blind pianist will reside at one farmers of old Kentucky would give school the entire session from ages He Is survived by a young wife and ol July 4th and continued to rain of the Instruments. Better help could carter Catcher widowed mother. Tankersley was alfalfa more attention they would be Qf 7 to 14 or pay $1 per day for ab Bishop day during the entire month, Hoguo frst base sence unless excused by certificates Kwope iot.be secured and we are expecting better off. brought to town and lodged In Jail each which caused much serious loss to far- to second base.Hansomo have the greatest meeting thl year The price of land Is climbing sky of physicians or Board ot Education O. Dunn o'l the charge of murder. mers. Yesterday we had the heaviest that we have ever had. Many par-eo- n Balrd. third base Yewell ward pretty fast here. Mr. Harvey in county or city. uown pour ot rain mat was ever Nea. shortstop havo already rented tenia and are Tubbs obught a tract of land near Tu- 7. Resolved that thanks of insti- C. Duun known to be In Crab Orchard. Main preparing to come. Accommodations. Will G Jail left field .B. Burkett Walls ron a few dava ago, with the Im- tute be extended to Miss ftreet nearly as far up as the Chris- We will have a number ot small tenU provements paid $100 per acre. Mr, for faithful and efficient ser- Stag .........center field.. Weddle was flooded. In driving tor rent or sale for those to stay on W. Murphy... right field.. J. Burkett RATHER THAN PAY WOO SLAND- tian church Hardin Newell bought a tract five vices as Secretary. through, the water reached to the the grounds, also a few rooms with pitcher ...Rakestraw 8. Resolved that we cordially ex- Estes ER JUDGMENT. miles north of Neonla with the buildhubs ot Ltir.U and it ribbed our the tots. Will run a dining hall and ings; both these men are from Pu- tend our thanks to Trot. J. W. Ireland a Junction City MiiUuokoituit to the little creek vui lunch stand. Oeorge Durham, Miss Pattie Stephenson Is visiting for his earnest, untiring and efficient laski county nnc) doing well. tatlroad man, will be placed in Jail much force and noise as so being to For further particulars write ClarOur old friend, H. Bruce Newell and labor for the good of the teachers of Lexington nnd Richmond friends. at Danville today to serve ten days our minds descriptive recollection of ence J- Slpple, Sec'y, London. Ky. estimable wife spent the day with us Lincoln county and tor the help and preliminary to taking tho Insolvent Niagara Falls, Mt. Vernon Ave., near MEETlNO AT M'CORMACK. yesterday and he told me that ho was Inspiration each teacher has received debtor's oath. Mrs. Perry D. Hub-bar- d the Crab Orchard Dank was a sheet Tho situation ot thosa farmers wht offered $14,000 last week for 160 acres from his personality as our Instructor The Rev. John S. Shouse of Lexobtained a Judgment against him of water for a distance of 75 or 100 have suflnred so heavily from rains that he bought for $6,500 Juit five and that we most heartily recommend feet Tor 1300 for slander and Durham large majority, years ago. He has 160 acres or wheat him to any county wishing a compe- ington, will begin a meeting at which includes th6 calldren's day exorcises were held nakes the situation indeed alarming that ho thinks will make; above 25 tent, wide awake and church next Sunday.' July Into pay It, and will take this at Hebron church Sunday norning. A with their entire crops have been des- bushels. If the weather Is favorable structor and we sincerely hope he will 21. Preaching at 10 a. in. nnd method to escape the Judgment. p. ui. each day for about two weeks. A. N. Wells, also of Junction City, very appropriate program was nicely troyed by tha recent heavy rains, oth- ho will put 200 acres in wheat this be our Instructor next year. The public is Invited to attend these former president of the Farmers' carried out by the pupils of the Sun- ers have been so damaged that their fall. Just as soon as It rains enough Respectfully submitted, Company, who .has day school. not exceed one third ot to put land In shape, Farmers will Home Insurance services. crops will MRS. HENRY D. PHILLIPS, Chairman, teue la Jail on a similar cause, will be Mrs. Isa Tucker was called to Louis- the average crop, while others will be very busy listing wheat land. Now, MEETINQ ANTITUBERCULOSIS yield. quite a few are cultivating their corn f released, as a schedule ot hU prop- ville to the bedside of her sister Mrs. not get more than MRS. 3TELIA MONTGOMERY, Gray who Is very ill. along small again since harvest. Two-rocultierty will be filed In court. Many of tha farmers E. L. ORUBBS, Dr. J. G. Carpenter and Ubv. J. Tom Hayden, ot Sau Antonio. Tex,, streams have never been ablo to plow vators are coming Into use fast. Most E. O. GOOCH, will conduct an antituberculis visiting relatives near Cedar Creek. their corn the second time. The' hay atl the new ouea bought this year OUT ON $1500 BOND VIRGIL M'MILLIN. osis meeting at Logans Creek church nnu Mrs. W. P. Kincald, of Stan-for- crop Is a failure In many part of tho are the two-roMr, Made espe kind. Committee. next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. were the truest of Miss Lillian Stale and wheat is damaged bacuy. cially for listed corn. They rould , The examining trial ot Walter PhilOther physician and ministers are pretcharged with murder ot Thomas Garner. Sunday lips, , not be used on surface planted corn, All In ull In makes the situation BOWMAR'S SUMMER TOURS. to be present and make adconVermillion ot Parksvllle, was Mr. John, Hayden, wife and baby, of ty blue for thfl farmers throughout nnd quite a few two-rolUters wero dresses on thl Imporiaut matter. cluded in county court before Judge Texas, also Miss Alllo Ilnydeu are this section. Write to Bowmar's Tours, Versailles put out this year. They are operated morning. U is stated guests of Mr. II. F. Newland and famiCoulter Saturday Ky,. for folders giving details an with one man aud eight horses. NOTICE. being graded cost of Uowmara Ideal (personally that the commonwealth did not Intro- ly. A new railroad I ,dSa Mr. and Mrs, John Cummins and SPAREO ONLY A FEW HOURS' the south side ot this county. It will conducted) tours to Niagara Falls, Those desiring to bid on making duce much of Its testimony Coulter gave Phillips his liberty In baby are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. D. The little son and daughter born run from Wichita to Denver, Col., Toronto, Buffalo and Cleveland, with earth fill and concrete wall at the lieu of a bond for 1.500. Those who Uastln. to tho wife ot Albert Newland, ot the They begin grading at Turon June 16. flno lako steamer trips. Tuesday Au?.. new bridge over Hanging Fork Creek peciaca-tlo- n signed the bond were Hon. Harry Mis Annie Dronaugh has returned East End, lived only a few hours. In It will be a great benefit to a rlne a. and to Atlantic City, New York, at J. S. Murphy's, will find Wlugate, George Preston, A. T. Win from Prestousburg where sU-- i had the loss ot the little ones, the parents wheat and alfalfa territory west. Phllalelphia and Washington, Thursat the McKlnney Deposit Bank accomgate, Lee Preston, James Coutter and a most delightful visit with her friend have the sympathy ot their many Only a few years ago It was thought day Aug. llth. or at n.y oflice. J. P. Bailey. Judge, L. would not grow In the modation ft leads. J. W. McElfresh. parties. Mr. L. C. Smith. Select that wheat C. O. PUTS IN CLAIM Can't Budge the "Lid" DEEMER RESIGNS RAISE MORE ALFALFA ' I com-trictc- - m o well-know- thls-clty- a hotly-conteste- d Conse-qunlel- suf-fre- S h BY-HI- Ham-mac- Snk Keetaf Jnlw Til-ma- n It - ' one-hal- k 4 I - d Hlgh-Claa- s V tt PAOE TWO. - 4 ft' TUESDAY. JULY - - - INTEHIOn JOURNAL. X 1, 1910. THE GREAT DANVILLE FAIR, o ; ,' ' Q npHE FLORAL HALL and poultry deportments have been placed bnck as of old nt The Dnnvillc Fnir. Unlimited seating capacity. Plenty of shelter nnd shade. Attract ions of every description. ltcduccd rntcs on all railroads. Pony races, mule races, saddle stakes, Etc. A hearty and n welcome nwaits everyone. For further information, write, hand-shak- e o flagast $&OCKsHcH" Established 1872. ANT) 3, 4 and 5, 1910. 0 0 H.i'uXI lBij''H. i." . t-i- m m m I. M. DUNN, Sec'y DANVILLE, KENRJCKY. O00?JSOOSiO00OO0CJ00OO aE aB aKa.'&d 0 eH $&$$$$& THE INTERIORJOIMAL. KVKRY TUESDAY $1 man Lincoln county families, died nt hts home Monday night, lie will be buried In Danville. &O800$O00S itnr.lr.r- - 'ni I ii i! FRIDAY At Fer Year lo Advance. $30,000 Per Month aB " HILTON SAUFLEY Publisher WERE OFFICIALS STEALING FROM BIG LOUISVILLE BANK. The experts who are working on tho books of the Fidelity Trust Co,, of Louisville have made the startling discovery that August Ropke, former secretary and bookkeeper of tho In stitutlon had been systematically stealing $30,000 per month for tho Ills aggre-Senatpast eighteen months. Dradley has recommended to i00. Before he began stealing on a wholesale plan eighteen months ago Ropke had been svstematlcally taking small sums which he practically restored in each Instance. His Robbery represents one of the blggost hauls ever made on a similar institu Depositors sun tion in Kentucky. maintain faith In the Fidelity Trust Company and friends of the institution are Increasing the deposits to show faith. Rc'JiNmLw- UDEWMy o ' . I Voting I am Lime Men's XTRAGOOP Batcred at tnt Post Office at Stan' lord, Ky. aa Second Claii mail. Everyone will be glad to know that the county official are at last abouf to move Into the new court bouse. It Is, Indeed, a credit to the community. As soon as tbe grounds are graded and cleaned up, arrangements lor suitable dedicatory ceremonies should be made. We suggest a Day" for Lincoln county, when all former residents of the county be invited here to celebrate the glnd occasion, and be welcomed back to their old homes. Xo matter what form It takes, however, the dedication of the new courthouse should be planned on a scale befitting the magnificence of the building and the Importance of tbe event to Lincoln county. "home-rom-lug 39 S J I I H BUYING GROCERIES AT " I M W. H. HIGGJNS, I rCIICE TO .SHAREHOLDERS tOF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION- AL BANK. CORNER MAIN AND DEPOT ST. I Stanford, Kentucky. During services at a church In Bourbon county Sunday morning lightning struck the edifice, fatally Injured a When the stomach falls to perform girl, badly damaglady and become ed the house of worship and Instantly its functions, the bowels kidneys conthe liver and the killed a horse hitched nearby. DR. 8WOPE DEAD. Dr. B. M. Swope, a proclnent citizen of Bryantsvllle, Garrard county, a cousin of the late Col. Thomas H. Swope, of Kansas City, and related to gested causing numerous diseases. The stomach ans liver must bo restored to a healthy condition and Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets car. be depended upon to do 1L Easy to take and most effective. Sold by O. L. Penny. i m you 0 r 0 0 3 At a meeting of the directors of this bank, at IU banking house In Stanford, Ky., on June 1H, 1910.lt as resolved that a meeting of the share ; holders be called to meet on July 2G, 1910. at its banking office In Stanford, Ky.,to vote on the propo sition to amend the articles of association of this bank as follows. First To Increase capital to$100,-COand to authorize the directors to WHAT A'feRDfllC'lY WOULD BE set price of new stock. Sacnn.l To to come home and find the firemen in Increase the number of directors to Vf. M. Bright, Cashier. Yet It has happened to Mitten. others and uia happen to you. And even If It never does, don't you think you vfould feel safr If you had your home Insured? Ask your wife how she feels about It She'll tell you to have us Issue you a policy today. She Tut-sday- WEAR OUR SPECIALTY. These little fellows we dress with, pride. Our suits are all cut with Knick erbocker trousers in beautiful patterns and any price from $3.50 to $10. Odd trousers, Knickerbocker styles, sizes 5 to 17, in Kahki, at 50c. In Woolen 50c J. C. McClary, 1 Is wise. I Fish & Pennington, Stanford, Ky Phone 20 0 0 Horn i bonr IfflM Fhoat. 0 000000000000000000000000000000 0 J.LBeazley&Co., 0 0 B 3S2SSS3H2aSHQ33H3S Then You Will Need More 0 G . L. Penny K. H. Coffey E. R, Coleman 0 & 0 Clothes. 0 YOU GET THE BEST 0 THE BARGAIN Ice Crsam Soda Water Khaki Pants $1, $1.50 and $2 0 when you buy ourOFflaughman's Fancy 0 Patent No. Flour at our price. JudgUndertakers 'and 0 ing Shirts 25c, 50c 75c and $1 O moreby comparison our flour Is worth - tit. Also Dealers Em bah. in Furthan we ask for a niture, MattinfftRdgto. Tbej 0 and we know you will It. Buywithsack agree us. will exchange for Phosphates ee our Flow Shoes At Any Price 0 Ksj.eclRlly whn youPatenthow farflour oil Kinds of FurnitureOiva Stock.0 Baughman's Fancy No. TbemaCall. Prices Right 0 much better $ gots and howand pastry. are your STANFORD. - KENTUCKY 8 bread, cakes But our 'Chrome Shoe Beats 0 J. H. Baughman & Co. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! 0 Grape Juice 167. f WORK? Undertaker and Embalmor STANFORD, KY- M. H. J. McROBERTS. j 1 - 1 Them All. Satisfaction Guar-tee- d. DUCK BRAND OVERALLS Have one fault; they last too long I can turolih the publicwUb tbe twit, at well at tbe frc.beft or cut Cower, plant, of all kind., bulb., potted flowen, on ibort notloe. Abo make a ip.elalty.oJ wreath, lor lor funeral purpo.n. all In 'connection wltU tbe abore, kinds olTnabIpn,hAna at reasonable prices. OimiBTMAK (JIIKEN IIOUHEH, Kd Udubaho, I'aon. 7 T. Hin Htanlordtkr. I 0 A Suit of Cool Underwear Makes You Feel Bet-ter After Hard Days' Work foot, ready for a days' work for $3. We can dress you from head to 0 Spring & Summer Stock. UaTetyonr meatnre taken by a tailor of ex perlence. Then your clothe., wbetnera low price batlnrx tult or tbe flnt't erenlns clotbei,iwlil have tbat IndlTldnalltr and nt which plainly indicate tbey were made to yoor'meature. 1 will alto take your roeao are Tor extra trou.eri. fancy Te.ti, top ooatat and! orerooat.. Hprlng and Hnmintt araplei on band ready (or your inspection H.O.RUFLBY, Tbe Tailor, colors. Btanford, Ky. And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DISUG STOKE, Btanford, Kentucky. " BB2&2BBBBSeaBE5ER W. A. Furniture amlUnder takiog. Day Phono 28. Night Thone 133. Cummins STANFORD, & Wearen , Thk store U ttakwHCof KENTUCKY. Hart, Sck&mr Mane clot ARTISTIC ' shades in our ready nixed For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled. Talk all you like about good,, paints. Then do a little actual painting with a 6ranll sample from our stock Wa are In position to do all kinds of con- such as lilock raTeuients nd watch results. You'll satisfy oretlng, laei, we can niaaeWork,ining any a ana, in post. We serve yourself that you can buv no better bouse down to a fence guarantee caniroin yon promptly and nr.t'das. apaint for the money anywhere. Let work and material. Oall and get our prises stief. yvw mi? ytvr Wkwrwi teass. our paint taiK. TRIBBLB, When Hungry OO TO ' CONCRETING m Stanford, KenturHy, Carson's Harry Jacobs, Dealer Iu and Manufacturer of jlItJI.ifL.IMiiJji Marble and Granite Monu- wn.tor a good quick meal. Cooking to suit our customers our specialty. Hplendld new line of fancy Groceries, - Hot Coffee, BaDdwIcUes, jrfus.'Butter milk, and sweet milk, etc., at all times, Meals IJest place Iu lUstaurant Lancaster, Street, Htauford.K. served at al I hours up to 11J0,, u. '.VA 1, i,,w1l MM SHk. 3 TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1910. THE INTERIOR JOUIINAIj. We Been Lucky Certainly Have pe ' w In pleasing the large number of custo-itfreat sale. Those who came and saw, the values we are giving ? JLlia yOU mers who came to our store during our' bought. Is there any better evidence o Tz--k CAT1-.- . V.v f4-...... .UnunQ Tf .Jsx ...- - nnnnut-nMit-i- , If Will VHliiiuo man; but pi iwo get yUUr SlldIC.r ll llUl, 111CIC ID UlltSlllUIC UppUltUIIIiy 1UI yUU. VVC tuill aMin o tvionVi rn-- nficoo UUllI oni" URDAY, JULY 23. We have some excellent values in Slippers, Shoes, Hose, Underwear, Shirts, Socks, Lawns. Ducksr Cottons, Ribbons, Suspenders, etc. tv. i - j-- A. - 4.l-...- AA -- SEVERANCE Samuel W. Menefee, of Kantas City, a now line ot 25c box pa Tnero n unib was with tils parents hero a few days per, IpCClal YAlliei Bl rennj I'tore. lust week. Mrs. D. M. Walker and little daugh PERSONALS. tcr, havo returned from a visit to her (Irlmci Ileazley Is on tbo sick Hit. father at. Vanceburg. She was accompanied here for a short visit by Mr Marshall Slono spent Hunuay her brother, Druco T. Pugh, of Washvlth friend In Lexington. . ington, I). Mr and Mrs. San ford Allen, of ar the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs. E. I. Woods. Dr. W. 11. fenny, ot Danville, Is a few days with his mother, Mrs, Mary Penny. Miss Florence Fttedman, of Detroit, lio has been the guest of Mrs, Mark Hardin, has returned home. Joe Mack Now and has resigned his otltlon with Mahan & (Irlmes In tanvllle, and Is at homo again. Mlskcs Ucorgla Vermillion and Fox, f Stanford, Kentucky. ot pleasant stay parents here. a week with his Danrlllo, were here tor a short title with friends Saturday. The ladles' Aid Society of tho Hap-u- t tin re h will icrve Ices and cakes (Thursday morning from 7 to 10 o'-lock In tho church yard. Only 10c plate. KTerybody cordially Invited. Mrs W I' Crimea, has lasued lnvl- (or a reception this uvenltiK fttlori hoVior of Mlts Martha Wallace ones, her attractive guet from Kan-a- s City. Miss Luclte Cooper Is at home from pent n iiionth nlte, Idaho, She liter her school there wlthb er cousin, Mrs. II. I). Gregory, at Oro-llCalllomia, MUs Cooper will Bsch next term with her sister, Miss lara Cooper, in the school lor tne leaf In New York City olol Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays left Tues day for Battle Creek Mich., to spend h few weeks for their health. MhB Jane Rogers, of DredfordRTllle, has been the guest of Mrs. J. L. Jarvic. Sho Is now In Lancaster with friends. Mrs. Ernest Warren returned yesC terday morning to Stanford to be with Miss Kittle Huffman Is at Crab bcr mother, Mrs, Joseph Dallou, who Orchard (his week, with her sister, has not fully recovered flora her Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, Jr., who Is 111. illness.... M Irs Anna Miller PeyMiss Mary I). Kennedy Is spending, ton left last Saturday to attend the tho week at llustonvllle. summer school at Knoxvllle. Mr. Everett M, Stone, who Is an News. Loula-vlll- o expert linotype operator on tho Mrs. Iko M. Dunn, of Danville, Is Herald Is here this week with thu guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Daugh- his parpnfs Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Stone. man. Mrs. Alice Ilroun and daughter Miss Llllle Leavcll, of Ilryantsville, Mrs. Sarah Herrln and daughter, Mrs. Is tho guest of Miss Josephine Car Mary Herrln. Huth Drown and Mrs. renter. oil of Kockcastle, have boon guests MrB. E. n. mtchle lett Sunday for of Dr. D. K, Proctor and lamlly for Cumberland Gap, Vn., to visit friends. several days, She nnd Judpe Hltchle will visit his The Current Events Club will meet parents in Virginia before returning Thureday with Mrs, W. P. Grimes to their home in Mineral Wells, Tex. afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Shelley Jones, of Stillwater, Okla., who Is traveling out of Cincinnati for Ottenheim. Company, was the tho cuest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. PotoII, Salllo Doane came very near los tier llustonvllle. They also had as ing his life Tuesday as be was hauling and their guesU Mrs. J. A. DePauw saw Iocs to Wru, Dyehouse's mill. A Miss Laura nitfe, ot Covington. boom chain broko and the pole Btruck Mrs. Catherine McClary has Just him ou the head and he was rendershe has ed unconscious for about an hour. teturned from St. Joe, been ttudylcK china painting, water Win. McQeen has a bad case of tycolor and stenciling, from one of the phoid over but Is doing as well as could bo expected. finest teachers In the West. child o The little K. M. Jackson, Jr., and wife, of . s n tw. J- ounaay u.Kux . u I Pittsburg, have returned home after a re-tis see Mrs. Catherine McClary, Hot weather underwear nt the burying grounds. Hiram Kldd, who got his shoulder Country Store. dislocated is able to work again. Ptiviilcr, guns, tobacco nous nnl tee Jomes Dyehouse ot tho Dripping ctcokers. Geo. H. FarrJs' Springs section was In this section It's like a summer breeze; cooIb, rethis week visiting relative. your The little Floyd chnu of Floyd freshes and builds up Rocky wasting energies. Holllster's MounMorgan which has been sick for more tain Tea is the most effective summer than a month is still hovering between tonic. 35c Tea or Tablets at Sbugars & Tanner's. lite and death. Mrs. Nannie Pitman has been quite Sugar jars and gums at the sick but Is some better, at this writ' Store. was burled Monday in the Pine Grove Andy McKlnner and wife of GarSee the new framed pictures we are rard, were In this section visiting last giving away atth'c Country Store. week. George Hopper and Hubert C. Carpenter took the first degTec In Ma- - sonry here Monday night. of this city, has appointed agent for Lincoln county for tho Henry Clay Fire In surance Company, of Lexington. Solicitor J. S. Darnell sold about f 8,00'' worth of sfock'here last week. been It. M. Newlond, Beware of Ointments for Cntar.a that Contain Mercury, xnpktlr drrun Xhe wbot. rrittm Mtr od tnuttof ' It throw!) the murau. lurtem. be artkk. abould ntrrrphrakiafta. eitrpt a prmnp.' a. tae 4uuc tb? tkxu from reputable will do 1. un told to the good you e&o pomiblr de-M memirt 13 rurtty drttrcr Ue mom f In. il (B Short Local News. 5 rfrr from tbrm. II&U'i Catarrh Cure nuvlMturwl br T. J. Cbtotr A Co., Toledo. O.. coouto. no tfr fury, and ti Ukra tnttrnallr. acting dlrtctlr upon tbe blood and muroua nirfarra ot tbo rMm. .a buying Ilair. Cmurrb Cure be mre yon ret the rraume. It taken lotervAllr and made la Toledo Ohio, br F J, Cheoty Co. Tntlreoolal. tree. fold br Drurrlau. PrKe. ?le. m bottle. Tk. Ililli Famur PllU (or routlMtlon. Notice. rcr cent penalty 3 1910. Aug. rchool Hughes, Clerk. tax ndded L. It. YOUR ri jiMNiir1 w.iMHtit, IT CHANCE For Sale Nice residence on Main In Stanford, Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another building lot. All necessary outbuildings. Everything In good repair. Prlco J2.760. A bargain, see L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky, ttrect For A BARGAIN This Range For Only ifl faisSir iP3Efc) Dig line of druggets prices. W. A. Trlbblc. at reduced Log chain lost between here and George Carpenter's gate. Reward for Information or return to A. T. Nun- - $24.25. "' See - - - It GEO. H. FARMS. nelley. For Sale Charcoal 41-- ni rawo "! kiln; for terms IID-SUMME- R BAKGAIIS! LAST CLEARANCE SALE . Economy Jars ! Ke6p all Vegetables, Fruits, etc., FOREVER. fc NO TAINT, NO MOLD; Easy to seal, easy to open. The only jar in the world that requires no rubber ring. Order a dozen today. TV " Beginning we will offer the remainder of our various lines of Summer Dresses and Suits at prices so low that you really can not afford to pass them. Most all of these are entirely new since June and in any ordinary season would have been sold quickly at full values. to-d- ay ' i. READ THE PRICES CAREFULLY W 8 LR 1 7 m Wo have a choico lino of entirely SiaUsU anJ 825.00 dresses, and we oiler $io new style silk Foulard Dresses in new colors nnd Patterns choice now for 810. all received since July let, Thecenre nil 825 W. E. PERKINS, OOOOO ;0000J 00 00000 '0$ 0 Wocli Hrpccpc T.p.;5? Than Half R ww fW" rvwww rOOOO00000O00,000000OO O O o o O $9 o 0 O JL I L. R. Hug hes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. V4 V- - Thin White Dresses. For beautifully made Lingerie Were sold at $15. For Lingerie dresses that sold sold at 88.50. For Lingerie dresses that sold Price. I $5 m I 0 ).OU We have a number of very choice dresses still in stock. .These are- inado ofiiuo linens, giugtiams ana reps; ana wo ouer former price. them at less than one-haHandsome linen dresfces (three only) were I2'J ll o dresses O O O O 0 $4.95 0 0 0 0 0 T. W. Humble W. O. Martin 1,4 vr -- JiK L Fino embroidcretl Hnen dresses were $13.50 . Imported gingham diessca reduced from 87.50. One piece Rep were $4, dresses 0 0 0 0 EIG CUT IN S' ' 4 ' $2.95 $3 $1,95 K 0 0 0 2M 0 0 TO 1 r" 2r 7 . . ato. Fine Black silk petticoats. $2.95 0 X pieces new printed handkerchief linen now most In1 demand. k These have always sold at 18c. , Jn all tne neat designs ' i 0 Wash Coat Suits Less Than Half j. Trice. 0 1 0r Vi 0, si. . .- - laJiea cummer vests pure white and eilk 'taped in neck and arms at lOo reduced from l6o We offer a few ip() piece 'dinner 6cts of fine Austrian China. daintily decorated at $14.50 per '' .i Tec"?r $14.50 0. I $12.50 Handsome embroideretl linen sutts (three only) were $30 Handsome tailored linen suits were $17.60. Linen coat edits were $12.50. I II U5.95 0 0 0 0 5c S Ladies' full sizo handkerchiefs made of very sheer inch hems. pure linen with 4 bii00000&li$0 I 0 0 Afc u "v 0 several excellent styles liisiln nf (inn Ihuii of plain tailored shirt waitl Wprn rhpan nt fific 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $ aU. We will sell you any pair of slippers left in our house at a great eduction. Now is the time to buy. .Prom 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 $119. Our loss is your gain. HUGHES, MARTIN & ,0000000000000000000000000000 0 CO., Dry Goods, Notions, 'Shoes, STAN FORD, KENTUCKY V .jrAdB roim TIDC INTKRIOR JOURNAL. TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1)10, GO TO THE1 Lancaster Fair JULY Notes and Accounts Collected. Wc collect notes and accounts anywhere in tho United States. charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. No AT COST 99 mays COLLECTION agency. Commencing July WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Ending AugJ Somerset, High Water Mark FOR ... BY IflW e Kentucky DEPARTMENT. FARMER'S For BOYLE LAND IS PAID MAURICE FARRIS. Carroll 8hanKS. Uuy Deerlug and McCormack mow .intlnna B, llnainn SWIIUUI tU nlc'a (1'IBIUU T 8le 8omo nice Jersey cows Owing to the cold, wet Spring we find ourselves and have to sell these goods to make over-stocke- d I Mr At. J. 27th ? 28th and 29th 1-9-1- twenty-fivbought approximately acres of nnlniprocd land from Mr. J. D. Whltehoue a ir.lle from town on the Lancaster pike, the consider-ntlo- n being 1191 per ncre. Tho tract will be surveyed this week. The price was the highest ever payed In Hoyle county for Improved or unimproved land. The next highest prlco land was bought by Col. James A. Shuttle vorth from H. 1). Stiles on the Lebanon pike when he paid $160 per ucro fur the handsomely Improved Duke Mr. Par farm some months ago. rls will at once begin the erection of a handsome cottage on the land He will also erect n large stock barn. The barn will probably be tho largest one In Boyle county. Mr. Karri Is largely engaged In the stock and will operate upon A ivucli larger scale when his barn has been completed. Danville Advocate bust-i.es- titantiftiia Farrls Jr., this morning "ft t.lI..U rille., tll TTlOm fOT 41-- 3 Strayed from tho P. Reld plarc one Btccr, weight red )inrlliig about 500 pounds. Reward for return to Pence Bros. Por Sale Two sows ur.d 14 pig. They nre good ones. C. 11. Hrawner, McKlnncy, Ky. 40-- 3 PALL GOODS COMING 111 Kstray heifer carao to my place. Owner can get same by laying for keep and thU ad. J. D. Steenbergcn, Crab Orchard. For Sale. Several fine Jersey cows nd high grade nnd heifers rviilsL;(cu and two registered bulls, a Shetland tony by lilue Eye. Pony buggy nnd harness. Lock liox 161 Stanford. For Sale- - ISO bales good timothy hay, 1.000 barrels corn; one good car-olwork mule; one yearling horse, A. W. Carpenter, Morelnnd, Ky 39-3- Business is good now but it is too late in the season. We have no room for our Fall Goods, as our Spring stock is heavy; so don't wait until oo late. Come early and get choice This LARGE STOCK consists of wear, Hats, Felt and Straw, Odd Pants, SUCtl DHCeS IieV- r -0. Crop off left ear; weight 13R to ISO pounds. Liberal reward for return or Information of whereabouts to O. P, 3 oirtru. mat. w. Clothing of Best Make, Oxfords, UnderQhjrtc. TieS, DrV GOOdS. a.VJllllw SCHOOL PER CAPITA S4. And See The Greatest ie Horse And Mule Show In Kentucky. largest Assortment Of Free And Pay Attractions Ever Shown See Bongo! The school per capita for the State has been fixed at It. the same as last year. The school ceusus shows that the number of white school children In the State hai, gained, while number ot negroes Is about tho 40-- 3 same as last year, the difference be- Danville, Ky. J. V. Bales, of no)le county, re- ing very slight. The total number ol from L. P school children In the State, both elvcd IG1 head of cattle They weighed Saturday. Yandell white and colored. Is 745,735. 1,400 pounds, average, and sold for J7.25 per hundred. MAN. A WONDERFUL 37-3- 39-Newland. Crab Orchard. Kstray hotter camo to my place on June 18. Owner can get same by PW ln? for keep and for this ad. R. Hubble, Turnersrllle. Strayed or stolen Urown l.orse mule about 9 years old. Any information will be rewarded. Jo-- j K. FarrU. er heard of before! Any Suit, Trunk or LAWNS. 20c 15c 10c Suit-cas- e At Cost Fancy Vests. 3 19 Lawns . lie lie 8c Speaking of Mr. H. H. Mclnlch. whose death occurred at his home In Mlddlesburg last Wednesday In the 86th year ot his age, the Danville Advocate says he was In many respects the mo3t remarkable man In this section of the State. He was the largest taxpayer In Caey county and and was a great friend ot tho plor. He could neither read nor write, jet left and estate of $8p.u00 which, he had made by his own Industry. Some years ago he came Into great prominence when he was filched out ot 180,000 by "Glass Eyed Charley," a noted gold brick artist. It is said that he paid many thousands ot dollars In security notes during his ll'e time. Wholesale Assassination CHRIS OENTRY LOSES SPRING CROP OF CHICKENS. Calicoes and oilier goods always on hand. Fancy Imported Hosiery. 50c Hose and Sox "" 25c 15c $4 00 Vests 3 50 Vesta 3 00 Vesta 2 50 Vest 273 1 93 2 19 i m 1 50 1 00 V.t Vests... Caps. Vesta 158 I 19 79 " 39c 19c Chrta Gentry Is mourning the loss Ode JQg of about 200 fine spring chickens, We da not onlv Cive VOU 10 per which a mink or weasel cut the throat of at at his home on the cent off, we put them at and be pike Monday. The marauder low cost. Newest ana most, upte goods you can nnu. made bis visit In the broad daylight, and no trace of hliu could be found Boys' Odd Dress Pants. except that the fryers were dead with Men's & to-da- lie SOeCap 25c Cap. Neckwear. 39 19 50c Necktio. 25c Necktie 19 Men's Belts. $1 00 Catalogues at ThisOfrice If you have anything to sell in the Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy skin or scalp disease, would you like to set 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 hie customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema, Ulackheada, their throats cut. The strong thing about It Is that the chickens were In a pen right at the house. Their squawking was heard and when tht family investigated, they were found dead, but no sign ot the assassin. Chamberlain's Stomach and Llrer Jury Is quickly relieved by the freo application of Chamberlain a Liniment. This liniment Is eqi.ally by violent exercise or gently stimulate the liver and poisonous matter. bowels to expel ceanse tho Bystem, cure constipation ble for muscular rheumatism and al ways arfordB quick relief. Sold by u valua-Induced 17 00 600 Pant 5 00 4 00 3 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 " " " " " " " 543 . . Belt 3 3 88 60c Delta 35c Belt 79 39 19 ... Felt Hats. 293 We have all kinds of Dress CoodV 263 now going at Cost. 228 MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS 1 98 1 13 11.00 Shirt at 50c Shirt at 79s 39c If you are suffering from any form of Boys' Knickerbockers. $4 00 Hats 3 60 3 00 2 50 2 00 1 50 1 00 L. Penny. " " " " " , 329 293 223 1 93 1 39 1 $1 50 125 Pant I , 1M " 75 50 19 79 " " 19 98 75 G6 .... 39 -- eed and water beet covered pene, outside of Louisville or Lexington. STAPJFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed business. Pimples, Dandruff, Tetter and 'other diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo has made some remarkable cures, and Take to LANCASTER, KY. with each purchase of Zemo. Mr. Penny BUYER OF New Stock Yards will give you a booklet on skin diseases All can diagnose your own case He buyaand sel every day in the and youcured in your own home without Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'g'r. and be year except bunuay. wring on any inconvenience or loss of time from WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: your stock. Beat market iu business by this clean, simple Hens, per la the State with plenty of KgRK U12C STOCK LINE H. B. Northcott, Ladies' Gauze Vests. 25 15 10 Men's Work Pants In Kaki, Her- e and Bird's Eye ring-bon- eta. Vest,. " " .. " " .. Suspenders. Pair Pair Pair t $3 60 3 00 Nunnelles Kindt of Farm Produce " 250 " " 2 00 150 " 1 00 " 50 00 50 00 I 50 I 00 60 Panta 278 1 223 1 93 v. 43 93 79 60 ct. 25 ct. 15 cL 33 19 11 Strw $3 3 2 2 Hats Of All Kinds. 2 28 I 78 1 43 1 19 Hats Men's UnderwearUnion Suits. $1 50 Union-sui- " " " 263 The world's most successm! medicine for bowel complaints Is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilemedy. It has relloved more rain and suffering and saved mora lives than any other medicine In use. Invaluable for children and adults. Sold by O. L. Penny. Fryers Turkeys per lb Ducks, per lb Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Ginseng, per lb Yellow Itootf per lb 12-- 12 Oc 7-- 8c 5- . . 60c 25c Underwear Garment Underwear Garment . 93 39 19 " " Oxford ' 79 -5 He 7c 15.00 Jl-Jl.- 25 Men's $27 25 22 20 ulME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phone 153 We can please you. 00 Suits 00 50 00 AH Wool Suits The Best Misses oxfords in pumps, tan Brand Made Go At black, patent and suede. $18 16 15 13 03 93 93 93 11 98 $2.60 2.00 1.60 " $193 1.58 1.29 Mr, 18 00 15 00 About Fruit Jars, Fruit Jar Rings, and Caps, We will make you a Special Price. nlJ 12 20 10 00 H lVl Fl 600 Boys' Suits. $7 60 6 50 9C3 Men's Oxfords Patent, Tan and Grey. S93 6 93 $4 00 Oxford $3 29 3D8 3 60 3 00 2 60 2 00 " .1 279 229 , , , Suit 600 6 4 3 3 00 50 00 00 $3 4 4 3 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 260 VE CAN Ladies' Oxfords In Tan, Patent and Suede. 293 $3 50 Oxford 278 " 243 3 00 230 60 " 1 93 223 2 1 93 1 43 43 93 98 98 "1 93 1 63 2 00 SHOW YOU PLUMBING 2 00 I 60 " " 1 48 1 19 Soft Walkers' Shoes and Oxford IHE'COMFORT OF In bouses whare none hut the would bo tolerated. Houses where b;t ex- The bnuuLE 60c shoes 60c oxford 47c 39c Come, everybody, and let us prove to you how low we are prepared to sell our goods. . D. UTAN New Liven. Depot Street, CARTER. MENTUCKY. FtlD, PheneM. pense Is no object, but tho best ryU most sanitary plumbing Is. Uut while work we do not wo do high-clasprices. Have us estl -" charge high-clas- s mate on your work and you will be Sale!surprised at the very unplumberllke I have for It bar mar Mule. moderation ot our figures. M weighs l.iw pounds. good worker. Also bay uare. Hound and Works mur wher and ladles bar W. K. WARNER, driving her. Hue u sound Stanford, Ky. Phone 188. UIUAI! UUidt, HustoiiTjIl! dlr s Stock For has all to do with the pleasure ot Ihe ride. You will find our sadas comfortable ns an arm dle. chair evon nfter a hurd gallop. And they aro as comfortable for the horse too. While you are lookln at one don't forget we have the latest bridles and the best of bit. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. My V J. C. MtCLARY. StMftrl .- Ky m&ui riri.i.tiii 'jkirikk I, " " jrm r iseaV-i- ! - M2felfi2 Bir. 2 rf M -- -. - ' JHM Mi tf l i ,J))cJMfc.iilii H i. Ml