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F J 1ri THE INTERIOR JOURNALJr Iwo VOLUMB XXXVIL STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUGUST 2nd 1JIO No4ii I LIST OF AWARDS 5 AT LANCASTER FAIR LINCOLN CdUNTY EXHIBITOR FARE SPLENDIDLY THREE BIO DAYS Lancaster Aug 1 Tho Lancaster fair consisting or- t a threo days exhibit proved Quito t dUO teen not withstanding tmfavorabl weather of Tuesday and Friday Tho attendance tho second day wos thought to bp 4000 and tho last dnr Baturdny from 3500 to 4000 LJnool r h 1county sent over largo delegation her share ot the bluoa cs the mule rings where J H tiDaughmnn swept almost everythlni c The list of awards Is os iW 1rnllowl FIRST Mules DAY I IIllaUghlllRn IMnn tbule under ono year Jr H 1st It L Hnbbto 2nd jUakaKattland ot Doyle 3rd lout undo one year and tindi TAP IJl nnughmnn lit Mid 2ud lu iumil Jtt of Urtie 3rJ IArp mile oua year and Undir twt lrnut PepploJ let J It BaiguiMU and and tn Mart and mule colt H i Uuli lu lit J H BauKhmnn 2nd hake Hasl toad Boyle 3rd Five Gaited Horse Mare or gelding one year and ur- i Her twoIt S Scudder first Mrs Uriah Dunn Huntonvllle 2nd Mare or gelding two years and un dor threePark Brothers 4 r Mare or gelding three years and un 11dtr four Burnettc Hays of Jesse 1 mine let Wray and Walker 2nd Mack Hughes Danville 3rd Plantation Hones I Dan Traylor tat E C Mcor lnd l H E Ooddard Mercer 3rd Phaeton Pony Charley Dunn or Madison lit J D Bailey of Uneoln lnd Everett Farra Nlcholaarillo Jrt- Harnen Horse Stallion ono year and under two R a Scudder W Wray and walks Snd J R Price of Canard 3rd Ponies lathe ur SheUondtlni Carrie nell Romans lit Prcwltt hQi pop 2ndi Olaia Carrier 3rd Harness Horses Mare or gelding two yearn and un der threenoW Bbultxo Pioroe Val Icy lit Park Brothers of Madison 2d A J Coleman of Mercer 3d t I1 Rochaway Horse II W fichuUe lit John Smiley Fayette 2d A J Coleman 3d 4FvlsOaited Hones y year and over John Smiley lIt Wrar Walker 2d R W tv Schultze 3d High Acting Harness Hors dare or gelding R W Schultze lIt P W Ray Knoxvlllo 2d I tti- r James Harrodaburg 3d Roadster horses pair regardloa of sex or color A J Coleman let SECOND DAY Mules Horse mule 2 years and under 3 J H Baughman tat and 2d tara mule 2 years and under 3 J H Baughmun 1st 2d and 3d Hone mule any ageJ H Baugh man lIt Thompson Duvall lox ington 2d J H Baughman 3d Mare mule any agoJ U Baugh man lit Thompson Duvall 2d J H Baughman 3d I Par nulcs any age regard of sex color or ownership J H B ugh man lit Thompson L Duvall 2d J II Baughman 3d Mule either lOX under 1 year R L Hubble lit J H Baughman 2d and 3d Ponies Mare and foal at side Dan Elktn lat 2d and 3d Mare or geldingS J Embry Lln cola let Prewltt Thompson Garrard 2d Gcorgo Curtlis Boyle 3d Stallion any ageD H Qrlffith Lclagton 1st W 0 Dunn 2d Don lakin 3d Harness Horses Mare or gelding 1 year and under aIt s Scudder 1st Mrs Uriah Dunn 2dtCombined Five Gaited Horses Mare or gelding any age Mack Hughes 1st Burdetto Hays 2d Dunn Scudder 3dHarness Hones Stallion 2 years and under 3Duna- y Beuddcr i Stallion 3 years and under 4Mack Hughes 1st Dunn t Scudder 2d Runabout Horses More or gelding any ngetR W SchultzH let P W Ray 2d L O James 3d s Roadster Horses t gUlllOB ware or gcdlag 2 years and uridw 3a J Coltwut 1st T H Bright Daavllle 2d f Fancy Driving Horse Mare cr folding ani SINlt V Schultzo tat Walker Vray id Wesley Tho ipson Garrard 3d Champion Class Harness Horses Foal ot 1010 either sexR W Schultze 1st Owens Massey Ld Ilobort Price Lincoln 3d Combined Three Gaited Horses Maro or gelding any ageR W Schultze 1st and 2d John Smiley 3d Fine Horses Stallion mare or gelding any age shown to hnnd1 W Ray 1st It E Ooddnrd 2d Burnett hays 3d Champion Class Roadster Horses Stallion mora or gelding any ago A J Coleman 1st and 2d 1 C Jamei 3d and John Smiley 4th THIRD DAY Five Galled Horses Stallion 1 year and under 2It S Scudder 1st R 71Moss Jessamine I 2d Stallion 2 rears and under 3John Smlloy Jet Walker Wray 2d Five Gaited Hones Btnlllon 3 years and under 4 John Smiley 1st Mack Hughes 2d Horse Mare or geldingd years and nndei IIt G Evans Boyle lit Carlton Klkln Uarrard 2d Walker Wraj W Breeding Class Maro and foal of UlloE C God dard let C F CurUs Madison 2d Joelah Bluhop Huitonvllle 3d Five Gaited Hones Gelding 4 years and overP W Ray lit and 2d n W Schultzo 3d Combined Five Gaited Horses Bullion any ageR S Scudder 1st John Smiley 2d R W Schultze 3d Champion Class Saddle Foal Font of 1910 either sexR E God ddrd tat Mrs Uriah Dunn 2d S Dunbar Hubble 3d Three Gaited Horses Mare or gelding any aget W Scbultte lit and dj John Smiley 3d Harms horses Pair of mares or geldings nny age A J Coleman 1st R G Evans 2d Roadster HoraeaIBullion any ale1 C James lit It G Evans 2d Walker Wray 3dIiHarness Hones lIaYllj2dvGeldlng 4 years and overA J toll PIUIlonMare 4 years over tat P W Ray id A J Coleman 3d Five Gifted Horses Stallion mare or gelding any age John Smiley lit Walker It Wray 2d R 8 Scudder 3 Mack Harness Hughell4thI Stallion 4 years and overP Ray lit Walker Wray 2d R W Schultze 3d Roadster Hones Marl or gelding any ageI C Jamie 1st A J Coleman 2d and 3d The handsome brass bed offered by HJ U March of Lexington for theI prettiest girl on the grounds on third day was awarded to Miss beth Vermllllon of Danville by the Judges Ottenheim Miss TUlle Jesweln entertained a largo crowd of her young friends by giving a party In honor of Miss Her tha Spitzer of Cincinnati who la via It Ing her aunt All had a good linn and enjoyed themselves until a late hour on Wednesday night Those present were Misses Birdie Harris Cora Anderson Erne Anderson Mottle Anterson Maggie Anderson Mat tlo Pike Emma Juvcrlnskee Bertha Jpltzer Thomas Oaks Melvin Harris Davle Harris Jobnle Anderson John Pike Ernest Pike Adolph Spltzcr Jessweln Emuel JeeswelnlI counItyago y Ilea I Tho four cases of typhoid fever In I this section are all doing as well as could be expected to wit That of Win McQueen Mrs Bailey Doane Katie Brummett and Cyrus James Jr T N Butt Is preparing to move Us saw m04 over on the Turnbu tract of timber recently purchased by the Lyons Lumber Co Wifa Dyehous Is going to move his saw mill In the Preachersvllle section now In about a week or ten daYBI Wm Anderson who has been quite 111 U able to bo with his thresher gain to push it for what there Is In It Wo hear a complaint ot tanners who havo threshed of a very poor yield this year Mrs Charley Kerr who has been visiting her pareata In this section has returned home to KJrkavllle KING OF BLIND TIGERS HARD HIT I COURT TAKES UP PADETTSKID MORE MURDER CASE TESTIMONY IN PROGRESS Blind tiger operators In Llncoli are getting theirs good and strong at the present term of circuit court Commonwealths Attorney Chnrliu A Hardln is going after them vigorously and says that there is going to bo no lotup until all learn that they canno violate the law and go unwhlppcd of jurtfco Will Iee colored of this city sometimes called the King of Blind Tig era was given a 40 fine and 100 day In Jail for selling a pint of whisky Pan Johnson caught a similar penally and KliiR Iclman was given a IGO tine and 10 days In Jail Clove and Crlt Floyd of the Waynes burr section were fined f100 each Cor malicious shooting and wounding Frank Hubble a local colored boy win acquitted on a charge of detain Ing a colored girl The trial ot H H Padgett for the killing of Oreen Skidmore In the eoutl orn end of tho county was taken up Monday Some trouble was had ID ecurlng a Jury but the panel was finally complied with following reps vnUtlvo citizens Tim Hutchison I I Phillips J L Beazley W B Hubble J S McKlttrick T J Uer ham Ell Saylor E J Tanner WJ Warner Winfrey Withers J L Tot ton and W S Weaver Attorneys T J lull Jr P M Me Roberts and George Stone are retire seating Padgett After tho opening statements had been made Mn John Moser was the first witness called by tho prosecutor I She testified that Padgett hit Skid more with a large stick while the niters back was turned Mrs Moth I was still on the stand when tie liJI closed its report I i Hit By Auto SAM CASTELLOS BUGGY SMASH EO BY UNLIGHTED CAR rm Castello the popular Danville pike farmer had a buggy smashed to smithereens and he narrowly escaped from serious injury himself when an Ctouioblle from Danville crashed In to him one night last week The ma chine carried no light hilt the inner willingly offered to maku fuli re I oration to that Mr Castello will not prosecute WaJl burl Teachers TO HOLD INTERESTING SESSION LATTER PART OF MONTH The following tbprogram of the Teachers Association of the Waynes burg division to be held at Kings Mountain Aug 27th 1910 Exercises begin at 930 a m- Morning Session Devotional Exercises El G Gllll land Welcome Address Prof Irvine Renonie Cornelius Floy- dOptionalSupt G Singleton The Ideal TeachersHow Would You Know Him THerbert Reynolds The Value of Industrial Training In Public Schools Mrs Caleb Newell Optional Took Lay Afternoon Session Should the Teachers Be Educated for Vacation Culture or UothCy- rus Johnson How to Beautify Your School house and Grounds A 0 Hatfleld How to use Mother Goose Melodies Fables and stories in the Primary tradesZora Baugh Character Building Prof Caleb Newell Tho Educational Value of Pictures Maud Brown Francis Hatfleld Secyl BOY SHOT HIMSELF Willie the 15 year old son ot Mr rusher a tobacco grower on the arm of MaJ Isaac Shelby near She by City while trying to dislodge a roundhog on the back of tho farm Vedft rtay aftfrnoon In the caro handling of a big revolver ac gently shot himself in the leg the bait ot 38 caliber entered the leg Just Blow theMcnee ranging downward and was removed from side of foot While WhIle tho wound is a very painful one tbe probabilities are that he will recover with good use ot the leg and inkle provided blood poison does not Jet in i CLOUDBURST DOES DAMAGE IN WEST END I SEVERE RAIN STORM PLAYED HAVOC AROUND HUSTONVILLE LAST FRIDAY NIGHT a The West End of Lincoln suffere severely from a miniature cloudburs at Friday night Much damage wns done to farmers in tne ilustonvlll sectionJames Wright who owns a store On Carpenters Creek near Hustonvllle with his clerk William Stagg bad a close call on their lives They were islppp In the store and had not hear the rain In fact It had not rained so hard In their Immediate locality as It did further up the stream They were not awakened until the store building was moved from the foundation by the They got up quickly and wore dumb founded to find themselves floatln about with tile water bursting throug the floor Jn their excitement they lumped out of the door and struck meter up to their necks Both havln had experience at swimming they sun tended In reaching higher land af ter much difficulty The store and contenta lodged In a nearby corn field The residence or McKee Rift which is located near the stream wai greatly damaged The water came down so quickly that the chairs wore soon floating about In the rooms and the bedsteads were swimming like ducks Practically all the furniture was ruined and the residence WOE much damaged The family fled dur- Ing the storm to the home of a neigh bon on higher ground James Allen of the Kldds Store section was probably the largest loser In the Hustonvllle neighbor hood His crop of 65 acres of corn on tow land was almost totally washed away The corn and tobacco crops of John Allen In Vie outskirts ot Hus tonvlllo suffered a damage amounting to at least 200 it is estimate this morning Many chickens and pigs were drown ed all along the course of the HolIInic Fork and the contributory streams There la no end to the fencing that was washed away W O Speed at Hustonvllle lost nil of his chickens and a large numbec ol small pigs Wntcr otln Barney Lays store and at Kidds adsl much damage was done The building was lifted from the fours dation t Foe Tobacco COL FARRIS BREAKS BIG LEAF HARNEYS NICE PATCH Cot D K Farris of Crab Orchard broke off a tobacco leaf while weed- Ing his little patch of 7 acres the oth er day It looked BO good that betook it to town and measured it The leaf was 36 12 Inches long and 17 14 Inches wide and in texture almost as fine as silk He says he has lots more just as tine r Capt Fox Dudderar tho popular engineer says that the finest piece of tobacco along the li N between Corbln and Louisville Is being grown by W X Harney a few miles out on the Knob Lick pike It Is well ad vented and In fine shape Lincoln countys acreage this year may not be greatly Increased on account of tha wet wcthsr but tho tobacco that Is grown promises to be ot very good quality of CARD OF THANKS To the kind people of Casey Lincoln and Boyle We wish to extend our sincere thanks for their kindness luring our fathers sickness and death Mrs H H McAninch and Children CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere hanks to the many friends and relatives also to our kind and sympa hetlc physicians for their goodness aDd kindness to our daughter during her Illness and death May our heavenly fathers richest blessings ever be theirs Mr and Mrs B D Hutche son and family If your liver la sluggish and out tone and you feel dull bilious con Upated tAke a dose of Chamber dna Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring and you will ill right In the mronlng Sold by Pen iy8 Drug Store- Dysentery t Is a dangerous disease but can be cured Cnambelalna Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully usd in nine epi demics ot dysentery It has never been known to fall It la equally valuable tor children and adults and when reduced with water and sweeten Ml It is pleasant to take Sold by Yea nya Drug Store Lost a Tooth IN LAUDABLE EFFORT TO GETAWAY FROM THE BOYS EARLY Some of the boys in the Hales Well section had a good time Wednesday night The were having suet a good time that when Marcus Trcre pot up and said It was time for htm to go home all objected to losing his good company Seeing that Marcus persisted In his Intention of leaving notwithstanding their pleasant remon strances they playfully laid hold or him and endeavored to detain him In their midst When Troxel finally did get home he had lost a tooth in the friendly act fie and was compelled to consult a physician and have other various nnd Sunday bruises attended to From the Wild aud Woolly IE W WHITE WRITES INTEREST INGLY OF WASHINGTON Tekoa Washington July 20 To the readers of the I J Having promised a number oC mtfrlonds to write them a descrir tIon of this country In order to say stamps will provided provided Lin- colnI countys standby will publish same try and tell my readers something of the State which Is name after the father of our country Aa he was a noble man so Is thll a State abounding In wealth derive from agriculture stock raising miner aid timber fruit growing and most anything one could wish for Beside this It has three of the growing cities of the United States Tacoma Spo kane and Seattle With narlgabli streams Its lands are rapidly being laid with steel by varolus railroads Pesldes the empire Interurban system extends out from Spokane for milt Into the surrounding country Spa kane is tho must rapidly growing city that 1 have ever been in Its streeU are crowded with prospectors from nil parts t This year it Is claimed Is the worst crop year this country has had for years but I cannot see that the farmers have any room to COW while the spring wheat and oats areI not so good the fall wheat is fine will yield from 30 to 40 bushels acre u On the lUll I drove out from fekofi on the Couer d Alene retcervaUonI While the Indians have the land It is leased by tueir consent by the government for the term of three to five years to white men The thousands of acres of timber and faro Ing land that was alloted and thrown rnPlo1lIdred peoalg that drew lucky numtere On July third I left Spokane over the Northern Pacific Railroad tot Davenport Washington a beautiful little city of 2500 people which la located in the wheat of the Big Bend country On arriving and after meet ing the bride and groom Mr and Mrs C C Leete whom had shortly returned from Kentucky who are hap p r r kited 1r ivIr L a atlful blue I spent the night at the home Mr and Mrs J T 1 vlitAtin who aro wL- ieustd with HIM itlli west DIlU Ue evening i wui Id of a trip IYh- all planned G r Ihf next dab + a Ieatu a sroiV town en the ColUmitla river Early flu mxt raornlnx ht two fsDiilliti myself ud the well Ito vided lunch basket occupied the cart rlage and were oft on our Journey Our good time on that July 4th will ever be remembered by me Wishing the I J members a happy sad prosperous year will ring off Very truly E W White BASE BALL AND ICE CREAM AT MORELAND The Modern Woodmen of Auierlca if Moreland will havo a ball game at augb mans Park Moreland between foreland aui Liberty Saturday after icon Aug Gth After the game Ice ream and 1 AX will bu surved at ih hall In MoroUu1 EveryhoJy Is In ted Tlui Kaoi will be called at 3 P ofiIrter from Wdllllghwaters t Crops of corn tobacco and meadows were seri ously damaged by the recent tide At the risk of his life Mr P F Ken nedy swan under a brIdge to cut a wire fence and rescue a young mule Rev V D Palmeter pastor of the M E church of this place was In his pulpit for the last time Sunday This is the last year he Is permit ted to stay here by conference Our pople have come to look on Br Pal meter as a good kind Christian gen tleman and every one la sorry to see rim go I FOUNDLING BABE- RETURNS TO MAKER DESERTED WAIF TENDERLY CAR ED FOR IN HOME OF ADOP TION BUT LIFE WAS SHORT- Preaciteravllle Aug 1 The angel of death has again In vaded our community and taken one of Its tenderest flowers After a brief existence of four short months the spirit of little Oliver Moser Stout took Its flight to the mansions on high to be with him who said Suf I fer little Children to Come unto Mo and Forbid them Not This little j rhealth1 stricken by cholera infantum that dread bano of infantile yearsand at midnight of last Thursday its last s struggle ended and death was an ex ulting victor One night In March In the weeIsmall hours a market basket was left on Mr J O Spratts front porch l containing a handsome boy baby apparently three or four days old The baby was well wrapped up and seemed lo be drugged Upon finding tt- rhd next morning it was taken In I flat d cared for by these kind people a 1 he county authorities were notified 1I Immediately but they were slow to d r t in making any disposition for it L lure Meanwhile the babe was par d from place to place and it seemed it no one was likely to befriend the 4 lttle waif by giving it a permanent home Finally Mrs Ona Naylor of this t place went to Rowland and got the little thing and carried it home where it had been ever since She named it Oliver for a dead son and Moses because like Moses the leader ofrIsrael ho was found In a basket Mrs Naylor and family became very much rt attached to it at once and now that it is dead their grief Is hard to bear Tho bereaved family has the sympathy of the ontlrq community While nothing Is known of Its parentage to any do gree of certainty but it is believed to have been very highly connected We have no doubt but that toe best blood of Kentucky flowed In Its veins and that had its parents been more human it would some day have been a res pected useful and honorable citizen an ornament to our commonwealth We mourn an untimely death of any one but we have the assurance t1104 Ood knows best We wish that its parents who wore to grouly Inhuman QC anyone connected with the tank Injustice dfforgaklng It to the tender mercies of an unfriendly World could have been present at its burial and heard the cruel clods strike its coffin lid while never a bong broke the still ness of the evening air while never a word of prayer ascended to Gods throne without ahy word of dismi alJsow and nine pigs for 6250 also 26 reeding hogs at 950 per cwt I Jdrivingcaster for 1 110 Miss Ruth Durham was here last i SundayM Lawrence sold some corn to J H Baughman Co at 360 deliver ed Rev Thornton the Evangelist who Is conducting a revival at Beech Grove church was here Sunday taking a hand In oqr Sunday school As yet no apparent steps have been takon toward the erection of a new school building here and as school has not begun yet it Is evident that the pupils will miss a lot of school on account of cold weather Rev Wm Bryant who is a son ot Rev Pierce Bryant will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday Rev Win Sprinkles of Rowland will reach at the Methodist church on awe date Mr and Mrs B J Lunsford were visiting their son B J Lunsford Jr In Oarrtird Mr and Mrs John W Cummins were visiting homefolka here recently Mr M J Lawrence threshed 70 bushels ot oats from two acres and ne has been eating roasting ears out nf his corn field for two weeks He stY this the result of using a riding cultivator and umbrella- J 1 Kennedy sold his stock ot goods hero to his brother in law Mr V C Cummins who has already tak en charge Mr Cummins is quite an old hand in the mercantile business and will no doubt make a success Mrs George Ik Colson who has been HO sick will be taken to the Lan caster infirmary for treatment Mr W P White Is quite sick at this writ- Ing Fade Parks contlnes IB a pre carious condition Mrs J H Rigsby l convalescent Master Mabrlan Bell Is sickDrakes Creek farmers have beea uttering great deal of loas this sum Coatinued In Adjoining Column AUGUST 2nd lll1e INTERIOR JOURNALrUFBDAYtAG TWO a t z a I TilE GREAT IJANYILLE FAIR I I August 3 4 and 5 19101 isOi ire M O a a a8 fr a s e sa otF SIMOFESSIONAL CARDS eraASSIefS I R M NEWLAND Representing Tt1E Mutual Benefit Jfe insurance eoIThe leaning Baupl dJyJdead Cop panT Its distinction is due to adherence of successive management to MM principle of pjutwallty W W BURGIN DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCFIARDltY PR T Y PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A fA and 1 to 430 P M office flyers House Flats Stanford Ky iDR W N CRAIG and Opdcial Office over H J RcRoberts store Stanford Ky J P CHANDLER Auctioneer- I will conduct any kind of sales in Lincoln and etfuntles If want good s for Ian 1 or stockseoine StaafordRDNol t H JOHNSON Auctioneer- I will conduct sales in this and surrounding counties Satisfaction need Stanford RpNo i PRESSED STANPWG SEAM GAL VANIZEP ROOFING Large uantltlfs Carried In StocC EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 J J BELDENF- or home carriage and sign painting deco ratlve paper hanging alto bu g g of all kinds s cb recovered curtain and boot made BtftpoverAldrJdgesblsei smith shop Wet Main Bt PbODeNof2 4TJ BELDEN L N TIME TABLE No n Hontb llM r x No 3 South 10S45 A x- NO14Sortb440A x No22Nortbb49 T X No2710 A x NoI8S Ori JOB S RICE Agont MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 80 P A A M will meet In itated communication on each Ant am third Monday nllboleach month at 73 oclock In their ball on main streeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodgea are fra ternally invited to be present T W Pen nlngton See BLACKSMITHING 1 Bring your Blackimithlng and genera repair work to me Ilorie shoeing We Hatlifactlon Ruaranteed ibop oppotlti Fbllllpi concrete itore J ASSES BRAOKETT Stanford Ky When the digestion Is all right the action of the bowels regular there Is a natural craving and relish for food When this Is lacking you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets They strengthen the digestive organs improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Sold by Pennys Drug Store HOW TO CURE ECZEMA PIMPLES AND DANDRUFF We desire to say that when we took the agency for Zemo we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are plesed to state that we shall con tlnuo the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it Is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects Its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on Infants With every purchase we give n book Jet on skin diseases explaining in sim Vie words how any person can bo cur ed at borne of any form Of skin or lemedy G L Penny Druggist TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL j Established 1872 EVERy TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 11 Per Year in Advance AHELTON SAUfLEY Publisher 1 Entered at the Post Qfflce at Stan ford Ky aa jftcfgd plajji jnaiL Joseph Wendllng alleged murderer of little Alma jieliner was caught tc San Francisco by the police after Chief of Detectives Carney of Louis ille bad trailed him across the CPDI tlnent Wendllng stoutly denies his guilt and will be brought back for trial The Louisville Post for weeks has been making sport of Carneys starch for Wendllng and ridiculing his wild loose chase Since no caught the goose that paper should be manly enough to come out and frankly apologize to the clever sleuth It owes it to him and it will brand it if it doesnt dc self as no fair player It John G Carlisle one of Kentucky greatest statesman in his day died in New York Sunday night after n lengthy illness As Speaker of the rational House and Secretary of the Treasury under Cleveland he was one of the most prominent figures In national politics for many years He deserted the party ot democracy In the hour of its need however and In later Hf lost all of the politicsLJ prestige and influence which he ha d enjoyed so fully in his prime For many years he had resided In New York where ho was regarded as on e of the most eminent anti able prat Utloners at its distinguished bar Senator McCreary attended the lan- caster fair Friday and hundred shook his hand and told him the y were for him for governor The war horse of Madison Is feeling fine and and looks a winner every Inch 01 him THE MARKETS Cincinnati Aug 2CatUertcollh 3553 market quiet fair to good ship iers i66675 common 2875 Hogs necelps 3494 market steady butchers and shippers 840S50 common JGQiGOO Sheep receipt 1390 market steady 1704 lamb a steady 4 p665 1 Am Glad writes Mrs Ethel Newlin of Liberty Center Ind that I began to take Car dui for it has cured me and I will never forget It I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did begantobad color suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds Now I have a good color do not suffer and weigh 125 lbsr TakeCARDUI The Womans Tonic Beware of strong noxious mineral drugs that sink into your system like lead to the bottom of a basin of water Cardui is purely vege table and contains no poisonous minerals or dangerous drugs It is perfectly safe and harmless for use by old and young and may be taken as a tonic for possible s I I BUY MY TOOLS FROM W H HIGGINS STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HA3NIT SOMETHING YOU WANT Stanford Kentucky YHAT A StfoCKf ft4 WOULD BE to come borne and find the firemen in possession Yet it has happened tc others and may happen to you And even if it never does dont you think you would feel safer if you had your homo insured Ask your wife how she feels about It Shell tell you to have us issue you a policy today She in wise fisht Penninglon Stanford Kar Phone2OO 1shadesFor durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk ill you like about good paints Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from our stock and watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere Le our paint talk J A ALLEN Stanford Ky YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FO X RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushelI Clean Coal No Slack Phone 11- J H Baughman Co t V7l71 F npHE FLORAL HALL and poultry departments have been if placed backsof old at The Danville Fair Unlimited Igseating capacity Plenty of shelter and shade Attractions of every description Reduced rates on all railroads Ponyt ItdIF races mule races saddle stakes Etc A hearty handshake r I onnd n welcome awaits everyone 4 For further information write 1 Ie M DUNN Secy DANVILLE KENTUCKY t 0- ftttt Htg I b H t ll OOQOOO t Wi j 1 a 4 J C McClary Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD ICY OOlM Fnone Iff Nome P hone 88 When Hungry GO TO Oartoai Rtitnnranl Lancaster Hue Stanford K teal rrId lit all hours DO to 110 p X Ilett place In wn for a good quick mrnl- Oooklnp to suit our customers our specially wplendld new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Hnndwlchei pies Butter mill abd sweet milk etc At all timer w A CARSON Prop Spring Summer Stock Uaveyour measure taken by n tailor of ex perlence Then your clothe Whetbera low price suit or the fluent evenin clothe will bave that Individuality and tit wblcb plainly Indicate they wen made to yourlmeoiure I will alto take your meal are for extra trouser fancy vests top COAti and overcoats HprtngandHummei samples on bond ready fur your Inspection HC RUPLEY Tallor Stanford lty B O CARTERNew Liver Dopot Street Phone 06- iiTAFff0itD E TiJii T Harry JacobsDe- aler In and Manufacturer of M rblo and Granite Montii monts Marken and Porte Cemetery and Lawn Vaieiaud Bttteti Offlco and work Mo Kinney ICy CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well BI tbe freshest of cut flowers plant of all kind bulbi flowers on short notice Alto make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purports r In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt reoyionabto prices CffitISTMA4OREEN IIOUMES ED JluuiiAiin l uon 4StanfrdK y 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS Demons COPYRIGHTS AC Anon sending a Sketch tai decrl Ilan mar uceruin ourcplnlon free whether sa InTflntlon t Drobftblr vat ter CommanlcA tlonsatrlcUrTonndentW HAND It on tatw npatutrPatentsfUtke without cbinjo m Uoe cieiilIflc Jlmerkaafr llletrated ekr rec t rip Asdeorcey icIentUo toarow a nnj H a fourlDO L Bold br l nwi Mlm ynrkG 0 WALK OVER SHOES rI 4 re today the most extensively ad J r vertised footwear in the world A pret ty big statement but it is true Manu factured in every leather used in foot wear and injalraost every style conceivable I at 3504 450 and 5 the i pair We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking mans shoe j madetoday C H J McRoberts O J f- Geloo OOO t H aH OO a OOG r t- 8FEE aecEBErEm WG L Penny R H CoffeyR Coleman m Ice Cream Sola Water I 1- Phasphates I r I m grape Juice 1 R I- m mAnd a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers r STORER11ft PENNYS DRUG lxiSanford Kentucky e ItBB BBBBB949B BBB ER bLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Fur Theywillall Kinds of Stock Giye Them a Call Prices Right KTANFQItlp b 1IJPP YI W ATRIBBLE+ Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford Kentwty CONCRETINGWe creting such ni lllock Worki Pavementdand In thot we can home down to a fence post We can serve yon and guarantee flntolaii ptlcelbeforePHILLIPS B gSe J IM l TUESDAY AUGUST 2nd 19jp THE INTERIOR JOUKNAL PAUl TFPItiE j J weCertainlyl Been Lucky d I t I Ii In pleasing the large number of custo great sale Those who came and saw t the values we are giving mers came i Did you get your share If not there is one more opportunity you We will continue many cut prices until T URDAY JULY 23 We have some excellent values in Slippers Shoes Hose Underwear Shirts Socks Lawns Dns Cottons Ribbons Suspenders etcsSEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky ITl1er ls a now lino of 2Bc box pa I ere special values nt Pennys j n- igtoreFIRSOMALS A Nvw Mr L W hushes of Louisville spent Sunday here Mrs W H Anderson ot Paris la tbo guest ot Mrs Qcorge C Oven I l Syplary of U Jsr t NccjuryfMlii Susan Woods left Thursday to Join n party froniII frlcbinond pn o camping trip Mini lleulah Grimes has returned to Lancaster after A visit to Mrs Geo Logan Mrs B J JJmbry Jr and Mrs San ford Mien left today to visit Mra Richard Put man In Lebanon Mr and Mr W H Wearen Dr and Mrs J E Drown and Mr and Mrs Jwso Weaicn spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs rJ 0 Hackley of Now York City Is visiting at tho home of his parents Mr and Mrs J T Hackley on Dantlllo plko Mrs W A Tribble and cblldren aro spending a month with the formers Ir J tether In Maysrllle MUs Pctterson who YIP her guest accompanied tier Mr and Mrs John Shanks Misses Nell Warren Dell Denny and Walter hopper formed a party that went to I Mammoth Cave last week Mines Essie Ilurch and Jennie War ren have returned from a visit la Miss Linda Owsley In Lexington A number ot delightful attain were givi en for them during their visit lion Gwrte B Stoge or Danville Is boo In court lie Is one of the attorneys for the defense ot Padgett for killing qkldmore Mrs John Dennis of Rowland has been suffering from spinal trouble W P White of tho Prenchersvlllo section has been 111 with fever but is betterMr John Jefferson who has been visiting Miss Marie JIahpny haa returned lp his home in Louisville Mr and Mrs D C Sipple who have been tlng Mr C M Blppje have rtfurnedto LndrnIMiss Francl QBannon and dough tFJo Dallas Texas arrived Satur ftr to yllt ir pad 4n W II Mur P ja Miss Mary Sheperd Cook Is visiting Dr end Ira J M Owens at Somer etMr Cicero Reynolds of Stanford spent several days with his daughter Mrs LeCompte in the county Mrs W D Ollnnncn of Stanford In with Copt J L Coffey and wife Mrs A Adams and son are leaving this afternoon for Crab Orchard where they will bo for several weeks with rclatlves Prankfort News Mrs M C Baufley and Misses Jose phlno Warren and Katu Alcorn left this rooming for Niagara Fans on the Bowmar tour Judge D J Dethurum of Somerset Is spending a few days at Trench Lick Springs Ind Judgo L W Be thUrum his brother of Mt Vernon Is with him Mrs 0 Q Perry sustained painful Injuries last week when sId attempt ed to net Into her buggy The horse plunged forward throwing her between the wheels pad causing tho buggy to run over her tire Perry Injuries while painful ore not serious and her many friends hope It will not be many days until she will bu able tQ toe put 41 f O O l I G 0 Il 0 G f you 2 e0Oitl a atI aJ G DrGoal 0GThen You a g Clothes a Khaki Pants 1 150 and 2 G Shirts 25c 50c 75c and 1 t 1 i Flow Sloes At Any Price i But our Chrome Shoe Beats j Them All Satisfaction Guar 1 teed t DUCK BRAND OVERALLS Have one fault they last too long m A Suit of Cool Under o wearMakes You Feel Bet ter After HardDays Work = We can dress you from head to j foot ready for a days work for3e i Cummins 8 Wearen ov cr KENTUCKY 4y lThis store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes Q- J If I Mary Dnlton of Lancaster Is IOllu of Miss Knthcrlno Anderson J W Alcorn left Tuesday tor Crab Orchard to spend a week Mrs L D Cook left yesterday for a visit to relatives in Montlcollo Mrs J W Ireland has been quite sick for several da- Mn C D Hoot returned yesterday from Dripping Springs Mrs Rlnda Miracle went to Pine villa Tuesday to visit rpjajltes Miss Anna Denton Is the guest of her cousin Dr T W Pcnnjn ton Miss Gladys Flowers 9 Louisville Is the attractive guest of MUi Annr Dorst Rev Will Hopper of Burnslde It hero with the homefolks for a few daysMrs Stephenson DozIer has return ed from a visit to friends at Richmond nod Lexington Mr Foyette Martin of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Erne Drye on Sunday i Miss Katberlne Anderson hiis re turned from a weeks visit to Lancas tcr friends Miss Ellen Holmes of Crab Orchard is visiting Miss Louella White Dr TV W Pennington Is able to he out again after a severe Illness Miss Katie Cass of Drodbead Is the guest of her sister Mrs 1 D Hilton M John Zimmerman of Bt Louis baa been the guest of ftlss Dora Ponce Mrs Hill SpaldIng and Misses Lucy and Mattle Alcornof Hustonvllle spent Sunday with Mrs Betie Me Kinney Mr and Mrs J W Rouse of Kan sas City are the guests of her sister irs K T Pence Sr Miss KUie Hatfield has been tho peat of Mr 0 P Huffman and foml ly Miss Gertrude Fields of Florida who has been visiting Mrs Will Irimes left Tuesday for a visit to Miss Ophelia Lackey at Crab Orchard Clarence Singleton the 12yearold Son of Supt and Mrs Garland Singleton who has been quite ill with heart trouble is considerably Improved Will McCarty is back from a visit to his grandmother nt Cnclnnall lie raw some fine ball games while there Miss Margaret James of Lexington gill arrive1 on Wednesday to bo tho uest of Mr and Mrs W H Wearen Mr and Mrs Dolt Rico and Mrs Plenty Motored were up from Louis vJlo on Friday and were the guests of Mrs Susan Yeager for tho dance on hat evening Mr and Mrs William Severance returned yesterday from a weeks stay in Shelb vlllo the guest ot Mrs Sever incoa mother Dr Alice PIckett and hiss Kllzabeth PIckett returned with hem and will be their guests Mr F K Trlbblo drove over tho Crab Orchard this morning whore tie will Join Mrs TribWe who ar Ived there the first of tho week Actor spending a few days they will eturn to Danville Mr Trlbblo who has been ill for several weeks xas very much improved by the reatment at Martinsviiiej Danville Advocate Miss Ruth Culberson of CovIngton UBS Edna Cnmnltz and Miss Alice 1tagp of Hustonvllle and Miss France Cooper of tUls city will bo house party guests of Mrs Walter Vanars dall on the Lexington road during the Danvllle fair Danville Advocate Summer Dance GIVEN BY HOP CLUB PROVES AN ENJOYABLE EVENT The annual Summer dance of tho Stanford Hop Club was given at tho ofera house last Friday evening with partofThe first regiment band made the music Among the dancers were Mr Walter McKlnney and Miss Josephine Sondldge Mr Robert Woods and Miss Josephine Warren Mr Horace Reid and Miss Mary Reid Mr Jlmmle Mllburn and Miss Sallie Taylor Woods Mr Adam Pence and Miss Glrtrude Fields of Deland Fla Mr Chrisman and Miss Letitia Warren Mr and Mrs James T Menefee Mr Earl Coleman and MIsR Sue Tay lor Engleman Mr Lee Rupley and Miss Mary Wallace Jones of Kansas City Mr It H Coffey and Miss Eliza both McTcrmatt Mr W B Wearen and Mss Alone Bourne Mr and Mrs W It Rice of Louisville Mr Joe Hill and Miss Grace Brady Mr Mike Penn and Miss Nancy Yeager Mr and Mrs A C lUll Mr Tom EasUand und Miss Mildred Co br Mr Tom 1hllllps and Miss Sue Beth James Mr John Owsley Reid and Miss Clara Cooper and Mfss Francis Cooper Mr Trace and Miss Kit Huf f nan Mfr Hubert Carpenter anfi Mies Nancy Walker Mr Shertey Elkln and Miss Joan Mount Mr Owen Bollard and Miss Sallie Sparks of Nicholas ogle Miss Arabella Bogie and Mr Miss Marguerite Kinnoird and Green Clay Walker Mr Carl Carter and Miss Georgia Vermillion Messrs V111 West Will Denny Hogan Ballard Horace Walker R W McRoborts Dr Carman Dr Patrick Alex Doty Rowland Bishop Harris Join Crawford RT Stone Walter Carson Bradley Wilson James VSTakefield Smith Yowell Ashby War rent NONAGENARIAN ATTENDS CHURCH Aunt Sallie Murphy who is now lu her 92 year was at church Sunday night and entered heartily Into tho service She retaining all of her facul ass and is beloved by all who know her- Lincoln County Farm For Sale 133 710 acres of fine land on pile G anile Iron Stanford In tho noted Vulnut Flat section 40 acres in torn mlnnce In grass lies well everlasting rater no buildings but beautiful build ng situ at pike If you dont think we vlll sell It stand book and watch im give the other follow a bargain rlce y00 per acre We have other farms in Lincoln nil Garrard counties Write ua for mtalogue If you want to sell your farm wo are Jie men who can do the work HUGHES SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Men Lancaster Ky The Talk of Town BIG DOUBLE PICTURE SHOW AT ALTONS OPERA HOUSE EAQH NIGHT Excellent Service is Being run Watch for Board at Opera House Each Day for Program Next Door to Post office I r TONIGHTThe Wages Of Sin a Fire Picture and On VVednesdsy Evening The Celebrated Case Two Thousand Feet of this Fine Subject Uptodate Program Each Night i AdmissionSand 10 Cents who to our store during tDUIr j bought Is there any better evidence tnf I 1 for received Thompson George Short Local News Fresh bread pies etc at Hortons restaurantSlUg lot finebeds and felt runt tresses WA Tribble Rooms for rent also stable Mrs L B Cook Rev J J Dickey preach at the Loans Creek church Sunday after non at 345 oclock The Mlcslon Band of the Christian cburph will meet on aft r- noP in the lecture roomat 2W oc IeJa I I Notlce5 per cent penalty ndded ectlool tax Aug 3 19JO 1 it Hughes Clerk Lo t AtK incastor fair a pocket book contains about 176 in checks and a 15 bill Name In hack Reward for return to W M Duncau Stanford 453 Palace Higgins ono the best known colored men in the East End died last week age 78rears of heart trouble He was a Baptist and a Union soldier Rural route carriers W L Dawson and Albert Sartaln are enjoying tho 15 days vacation allowed thorn by law Wallace Singleton and Russell Brown are subbing on their routes Your city taxeserenow due and the books are ready D D Carter Collec tor I e For SaleNIce residence ion fsir street in Stanford Ky tbo ftsxgoiof lot large enough for another Grant 1Everything1 27SO A bargain see L 11 Jirs t Stanford KyIFor SaleMy stdnee 1DIIIP + vllle avenue Mrs M A VaU3se I A tonic that breeze cae body and brain cools the 4yxbsl Regulates your stomach kldatr tarot MIletsHows This We tOrt One HuBdnd DUIan IRtmtt ta t JIM ot atom Uiat cackot 1M oarrtar as a+ M Catarrb Cure r J aiENEY Jr COAMto cWe the undtrtlxcfd have known r J oarfor the lut 1C years and believe him Gtitaat oratl la all buitatw trantaoUoni ad lm w I blq to carrr outaoy obimuonna4eirCJaW- AtD era ItG r4nwat1laavnrWbok t2 flaw catanh Cure M taken ioirrniilr w7aC 7 dtrHtlr nroo the brood andmaw ortMc ataee ymrm Tnttmonlali aetrit5 UrW M aels oR I tattles Sold br all DnlIlL I Tate IUU I Family PUN for rwrttp tIK f SOME KENTUCKY FAIRUJATES Versailles Aug 34 Qaye daysLexington Taylorsville Aug 94 days f Harrodsburg Aug 94 days It Brodhead Aug 178 days August 17 18 and 11 have bona jw ected as the dates for Ahe nerrrtOSs fairShelbyville Aug 231 Says London Aug 234 days Nicholasvllle Aug 8031 days Barbourville Aug 313 days Monticello Sept eS days Glasgow 284 dwc State Fair Louisville Sept I1 daysIrI CUT PRICE TIME Along with other lines of jsummer goods we are mawm ing SPECIAL PRICES on M y Mens Sum1nerSui v ir f IfPRICE is any inducement now is the time to buy Jft q1 T W E PERKINS ORCHARD KENTUCKY ICRAB Ira s i r J I IL tR Hug bee T W Humble W O Marti I 25 PER CENT OFFr On any Oxford in our stores Ton Per Centp Off IOn all lawns batistes and I silk mull Also big reduc tion in a lot of short length summer silks suitable fort waists scarfs etc- HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes LSTANFORD K NIUCKYI e nKDJ OUR THH INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY AUGUST 2nd 1910 giant Forget To Attend Thejl MERCER COUNTY FAIRI AT HARRRODSBURG August 9 10 11 and 12 1910 aII WI eemlJe = About I inn Jars Fruit Jar IIas LL SANDERS III t Crab Orchard Kentucky I Eureka Portrait Co III 11 I 1Jsprepared to FRAME PICTURES at prices lower than theill I lowest Several hundred styles of moulding to se If I Ject from ho old stock mouldings fresh IjJ 1el I from our factory Office in Inter J j0t1 ll tlrY A I C E IS i C NMgr Stanford wilowosowowoowowowoworawawawarowwaorarowowra YOUR CHANCE For A- JARGAIN OnlyISee It GEO B FARRIS If you have anything to sell in the STOCK LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He buysand sel s every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market in the State with plenty of eesi and water beet covered penb outside of Louisville or LxiugWn STANFORD KY We also do general hitch and feed business I t- WLl1CARTYPri8 EO WALTON VPrea L R HUGHESS tt T Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KentucKy I umaiui Town Property Handled on Commiasipa Stocks and Bondr Sold Jf yon Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky RURAL TELEPHONEStXK FARMER Make your as your as a ice quotatipnaAtI wfeek yon and your neighbors can get for a sum that ia small compared with toatmlyu1sLin weasandFncroaroa4TKDt W FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the ttn cord and attonhelm pike containing 138 12 acres well watered ono hundred acres In grass 60 acres for wheat This land produces fine tobacco corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees a modern now 1Ilx room house cistern at door cellar and all necesary outbuildings two tenant houses large barn now silo tree mall delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 mlles to union church Will make terms easy W F Dlahon Stanford Ky Box 41 Phone 8 ring S N oticeYo I For tho next 20 days wo will sell our tobacco hogsheads at mill at 1110 each We also have somo floe white and brown leghorn cookerela for sale Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky Republican Mass Convention The republicans of Lincoln county are hereby called to meet In mass convention at the courthouse in Stan ford Ky on Saturday Aug 6th 1910 at 2 oclock P M for tho purpose of selecting 19 delegates to attend the district convention to be held In Dan ville Ky on Tuesday Aug 9th 1910 at 2 oclock P 11 for the purpose of nominating a republican candidate for Congress for the Eighth district of Kentuckyto be voted for at the com- Ing November election In said mass convention one delegate will be se lected for each one hundred votes or fraction of ttity ast for republican elections at the lastTpresldentlal elec tion and the system of voting in said convention shall be viva voce R L Davison Chmn Rep Ex Com of Lincoln countyvi1 cbnm1berlalnsyou your trip this summer It cannot be obtained on board tho trains or steam ers Changes of water and Climate often cause sudden attacks of diar rhoea and it is best to be prepared Sold by Pennys Drug Store BEAUTY IN THE KITCHEN depends largely on tbq plumbing work Let us fix up yours and the smiling face of the kitchen lady will be your reward Men tell us they get better and more punctual meals since we looked after the kitchen plumbing Maybe you would too If you employed our servicetW K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky NBNB Norfhcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor MVn WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Hens lUcEggs v 1213c Fryers 11c Turkeys per Ib 3lOc Ducks per lb 78o Roosters per Ib 35Yz c- Hides per lb7cFeath-ers 1540c lbj500Yellow LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Rhono 153 ew1 tL FARMERS DEPARTMENT For sale Southdown bucks lamni yearlings and two yearolds B O1 Cover II113 ton 111 e e FARM FOR SALE SO acres 1 12 miler west ot High land Well watered fenced 35 acre under cultivation Prl n reasonable J A King Stanford R It 3 Box 6C J H Baughman will have a big public sale of his string of show mules brood mares and other stock on Aug 31 Watch for full details In nd later H D Stiles has sold hU farm of 130 acres near Bryantsvlllo to Mr Rlkln of Garrard at i020 an acre For Sale200 No 1 mountain owe A T Nunnelley For Sate22 good cattle weigh about 1000 pounds John Lutes High land Ky 133 For Sale Several line Jersey cows and heifers registered and high grade and two registered bulls a Shetland pony by Blue Eye Pony buggy and harness Lock flax 161 Stanford S P McDowell shipped a cartyad ot hogs that Burgln to Cincinnati rho bunch consisting of 85 head averaged 220 pounds and were bought from L J Yandell at So For Saie 150 bales of timothy hay 100 barrels corn 1 seven year old work mule 1 yearling horse mulo young registered Duroo Jersey boar A W Carpenter Morelaad Ky For Sale 354acro farm about T miles from Stanford 100 acres of tine bottom land as good as you can find In Lincoln county The upland Is good The willIe farm U well fenced and nor falling water there being two good cisterns at tho door a U- room dwelling two tenant houses two stock barns and new tobacco tarn 96x36 2 corn cribs granary Ice house buggy house etc Will sell at a bargain In the next 60 days Owners reason for selling Is bad health For further particulars see W L McCarty or L R Hughes Hughes Swlnebroad the real es tate men of Lancaster Ky sold for J L Davis his farm of 60 acres on Dix River In Lincoln county to J W Jones for JZS590Q cash Possession January 1st 1911 This Is the sec ond farm In Lincoln county these real estate men have sold and their repu latlon as hustlers Is becoming more than local In buying a cough medicine dont Remedy Fiche Is no danges from It bo afraid to ge Camberlatns tough and relief Is sure to Callow Especial ly recommended for coughs colds and whooping cough Sold by Pennys Drug Store ONE AoPor lOUR ION POULTRY mmp down the throat of s raplac cbkku destroys the worms aDcS ayes Ibvchlcki life Afewdropila the drinktot water carve 84 PREVENTS DISEASE PoruetreatmcatofWbUDlarrboealaCblcltt and Blackhead and otter dIJO ut la turkey SaURiaN POULTRY CURE HAS KQ EQUAL Onetiesba tlemake12eagoof MedIcIne l THE COMFORT Of THti SAD LE has oil to do with tho pleasure of the ride You will hind our sad dies as comfortable as an arm chair oven after a bard gallop And they are as comfortable for the horse too While you are lookln at ono dont forget we have the latest bridles and the beat of bits J C MtCLARY Stanfirt Xy AIaL COST 4 Clearance Sale Of Clothing Oxfords Straw Hats Odd Pants J SUITS 25 Suits at16982250 Suits atI9820 Suits att398t-8 Suit at 1198- VS Suit at 5 998 1250 Suits at S 898 10 Suit at 098 0 Suits at 393 OXFORDS 4 Oxfords at 329 350 Oxford at2790-O Oxfords at fS29 150 Oxford at 198 JIOO Oxfords att168 STAKE P1Uuo T YearOld Ruabf ull Harness Races Daily Ind Harris HATS 340 Hats 26i Hats 228 250 Hats 179 Hats 148 110 Hats 119 Hats at7ODD PANTS Pants at548Pants M8 Pints at884 Pants at 2981 350 Pints 268 Pants at224I250 Pants SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I II Nights6lI1UUU HigfeCUss 111lest AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILY Thavius Russian Band of Fifty I Herbert A Kline Carnival Company For Catalogue or further information Address JOUETTSHOUSESecretary LEXINGTON KY FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modem Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account j OFFICERS f I S Cocker President S TlHarrli VicePresident H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders Bookkeeper J IL Bookkeeper at 3 at at 2 at at 1 7 6 at 5 I at 3 at J I flare Stock i DIRECTORS I j F Reid J H Oaughaaa MD Elraora J M Pettus H C Bnaghman J F Cummiss S T Harris no C Rofeiawa E C 1WOK Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KtNMcky CAPITAL 5 5000000 SURPLUS H 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER i J B PAXTON VICE RSaRPENTER 600KtEEPERtsSTIsR ASST CASH HAYS FOSTER CLERK- OiREOTORSI i W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Goo W CarterSUnfor I John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford TO Ran kia Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H 1raykr r Gilberta Creek R L Hubble Lancaster I H Cummins Preachersvifle Lilburn 1Gooch Gilberta Creek J c u