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LIST OF AWARDS AT LANCASTER FAIR LINCOLN COUNTY EXHIBITORS FARE SPLENDIDLY THREE BIO DAYS... ' lancaatur, Auk. 1 Tlio Lnncnntcr fair constating ot a (hrco day exhibit proved qulln t hiio-- ce not withstanding unfavorable wenthcr o( Tuesday and Friday. Tho attendance (ho iccond day was Ihonxht to be 4,000 nnd tho last day Haturday from 3.S00 to 4,000. IJncoln county Kent oir Litko delegation nnd took her shato of tho blues especially In the mule ring, where J. II llaiiKhnmn swept almost everything oefore him. The list of awards Is us follows: FIRST DAY. Mules. llor. imilo under on year, J l( liaiiRhinnn, if, Lincoln county 1st' Mnrr i..iile under onj yoar, J. II Laughuian 1st. II l"bbt 2nd, iHikaL'aftland ot Doyle 3rd. Hone iti'ile me yar and undr l Tap,! J! nmigiuuan Istr.nd 2nd. Jpil of l'rjlf, 3rd. I wo, .Mare mile ot.e. year and und-iPeppfos 1st, J. II. Ila gliiit.iu KrneU nd nnd .Vd Man? and m il colt. II. i.. UuIi'jIu IsL J. II. Baughmnn, 2nd, lllnke li.ist-lanBoyle, 3rd. Five Galted Horses Mnro or gelding one year and linger two It. S. Scudder first; Mrs. Uriah Dunn, Hustonvllle, 2nd. Mare or gelding two years and unIluy-iu.mir Fjney Driving Horto .. W It Mnm r elding, nn Vr.iy M; SchulUn 1st, Walker A Wesley Tho;ipon, (inrranl, 3d. CMmDlon Clasi Harness Horses V. Fcnl of IU10, either sex It. Hchultzc 1st: Owens & Massey 2d: Itobort I'rlco, Lincoln, .Id. Horses Combined Three Galted W Mnro or gelding liny agell. Schullze 1st and 2d; John Smlloy 3d. Fine Horses Stallion, mnro or gelding, any ago, ihown to hand P. W, Hay 1st; 11. K. (loddnrd 2d; llurnett Hays 3d. Champion Class Roadster Horses Stallion, maro or gelding, any ago A J. Coleman 1st nnd 2d; I. (.' James Id nnd John Smlloy 4th. THIRD DAY. Five Galted Horses "IfFNP IU1JU HP Uf PT INT1 DL111U innimmiRQT nnrc DAMAGE IN WEST END SEVERE" .RAIN .STORM .PLAYED HAVOC AROUND HUSTONVILLE LAST FRIDAY NIGHT IN Lost a Tooth LAUDABLE EFFORT .TO .GET AWAY FROM THE BOYS EARLY FOUNDLING BABE RETURNS TO MAKER DESERTED WAIF TENDERLY CAR-EFOR IN HOME OF ADOP-TIOBUT LIFE WAS SHORT TlfFR" HART) HIT IIULIU IlrtIL nil COURT TAKES UP PAOETT-8KIMOHE MURDER CASE TES TIMONY IN PROGRESS D- i r der three Park Brother. Jtnre or gelding three years and under four llurnette Hays, of Jensa-min1st; Wray and Walker 2nd; Mack Hughes, DanMlle. 3rd. Uan Traylor. 1st; K. C. Moore.2nd; It. K fJoddard. Mercer 3rd Phaeton Pony Charley Dunn, of Madison 1st; J II Dalley. of Uneoln. 2nd: Ecrett Farra. Nlcholavlllc, 3rd Plantation Horses &' x i; Harness Horses. Stallion one year and" under two 11. 8. Scudder 1st; Wray and Walker Cod; J. R. Price, of (Jarrard, 3rd. l'onles, Native or SheUand Miss Carrie nell Romans. 1st; Prewltt 1'hquipion 2nd; Olass Carrier 3rd. Harntis Horses. Mare or gelding two ycarg and un' tier three H. W Sbultze, Pierce Valley, 1st; Park Brothers of Madison 2d, A. J Colemsn. of Mercer, 3a. t tasak-- RoeKww Horse. John Smiley, II. W RchtilUe. Fayette, 2d; A J .Coleman 3d. Horses. SUlllon 4 years and over John Smiley 1st; Wray & Walker 2d; K. W. Schultxe 3d. r Schultie 3d. Hloh Actlna Harness Horses Roaditer Horse Schultxe Wayiesborg Teachers Maro or gelding It. W. Mare or gelding any age I. C. 1st; 1. V. Jtay, Knoxvlllo 2d; l. i Jamse 1st, A. J. Coleman 2d and 3d. Jaraen, Harrodsburg 3d. The handsorao brass bed offered by TO HOLD INTERESTING 8ESSION Roadster horses, pair, regardless of LATTER PART OF MONTH B L. March, of Loxlngton, for tho color-J. Coleman, 1st. aex or I.t . !.. K... nn. Via ormiiniif.- tT....thft . preuin w. ,n, - t ih. SECOND DAY -me """"'" ' ,h "" thirtt dav. was awarded to Miss Kiiza- Mules Dan.llle, by Iho Teachers Association of tho Waynes beth Vermillion, of Horse mule. 2 years and under 3 burif division to be held at Kings judges. Baughman 1st and 2d. J. II. Mountain. Aug. 27th 1910. Exercises Maro mule, 2 years and undor 3 begin at 9:30 a. m. Morning Session. J. H. naughman, 1st, 2d and 3d. Ottenheim. Homo mule, any age J. II. Baugh-man.wntlnn.il Exercises. E. U. GUI! 1st; Thompson & Duvall, Miss Tlllle Jeweln entertained a Innd 2d; J. H IUughman 3d. Welcome Address. Prof Irvine. largo crowd of her young friends by Daugh-maMaro mule, any ago J. II. Itesponso Cornelius Floyd. a party in honor of Miss tier-thlit; Thompson & Duvall 2d; J. gllng Optional Supt. G. Singleton, Cincinnati, who Is visSpltzer, of I!. Baughman 3d. The Ideal Teacher How Would lng her aunt. All had a good tim. Iteynolds. Rules, aar asc rcgardle" of it themselves until a late You Know Him? Herbert Baugh-man- , and enjoyed sex. color or ownership J. H. The Value of Industrial Training In Those hour on Wednesday nlghL 1st; Thompson . Duvall 2d; J. present were Mlsse Birdie Karri Public Schools Mr. Caleb Now ell. Optional "Took" Lay. H Daughman 3d. Cora Anderson, Efflo Anderson, Mat-tlMule, either sex, under I year It. Afternoon Session Anteron, Maggie Anderson, Mat- L. Hubblo 1st; J. H. Baughman 2d Should the Teacher Be Educated iiu lint:, ctuiuit. Uoth-- CY and 3d. Spltzer. Thomaa Oak. Melvln Harris, for Vacation. Culture or Ponies Harris, Johnle Anderuon. John tus Jonnson. Davie Maro and foat at aide Dan Klkln How to Beautify Your School house Pivn. A.lolnh Snltzer.' ib. 3d. A. O. Hatfield, lit;, 2d and Julius Holser, Wllllo Jesaweln. Emuel I and Uround mava ifrtl Ail Id Ik lL .. Maro or gelding 3. J. Kmbry, Un- Pike, Carl Jossraeln, Paul Jessweln, How to use Momer uuuw .ticw.t-In the Primary 1st; Pre wltt Thompson, Garrard. eoln o. a. noone bad' a narrow esciipo Fables and stories 2d; Ocorgo Curtlss, Doyle, 3d. while driving a wild mule on tho coun Grades Zora Baugh, SUlllon. any age D. H. Orlfflth. ty road belde the railroad a few day Character Building Prof. Caleb Lexington 1st; W. O. Dunn 2d; Dan ago by its getting scared at the train Newell. iairin 3d. of typhoid fever Ini The Educational Value ot Picture .. .. ..Thn four cases ... -i ....II d 7i Harness Horses urown aiauo n this section are an uuing Mare or gelding, 1 year and under eonld he exnected. to wit: That of FrancU Hatfield. Sec'j Scudder 1st; Mrs. Uriah Win. McQueen, Mrs. Salley Doanu, 3 R, Dunn 2d. BOY SHOT HIMSELF. Katie Brummett nnd Cyru Jamea, Jr. Combined Five Qlted Horses T. N. Butt Is preparing to move Willie the 15 year old son ot Mr. Maro or gelding any age-M- ack his saw m.. over on the Turnbu. Hughe 1st; Durdette Hay 2d; Dunn tract of timber, recently purchased by Crutther a tobacco grower on the farm of Mai. Isaae Shelby, near Shel & Scudder 3d. the Lyon Lumber Co. going to move hla by City, while trying to dlalodgo a Harness Horse Wo. Dyehous on the bacx or tne inrm Stallion 2 year and under 3 Dunn saw mill In the, Preacnersvllle section ground-hos Wedsuwday afternoon, In the caro-lenow in about a wook, or ten day. & Seudder. handling ot a big revoher ac- 3 year and under 4 Mack Wxu. Anderson who ha been quite Bullion me III able to bo with his threshor cldently shot himself In lite leg. Hughe 1st; Dunn &. Scudder 2d. leg Just Runabout Hones again to push It for what there Is In ball ot 38 caliber entered tha W. I below the' knee ranging downward and It. Mare or gelding any ago It. While P. W. Itay. 2d; I O We hear a complaint ot farmer was removed from side of foot. ?..,. , it, a one 3d, who have uurehed of a very poor Whllo the wound I a very painful James are that he will re-year. vteld thl the probabilities Roadster Horse let? Mr. Charley Kerr who naa noen ' ...oof with aaa.1 uflo ot the doe and Stallion, maw or geldlag. 2 year not 1st: T visiting her parent In thl section, .Mu6 provided blood poloa 3- -a. Coieuia J. and uadi'.' Danville 2d. jet m. has returned name 10 tufMimo. It. UrliliL ll: Fvl-Glt- The West End of Lincoln suflcred "Mind tiger" operators In Lincoln nro getting "theirs'' good and strong severely from a miniature cloudburst nt tho present term of circuit court. 'nut Friday nlcht. Much damage wag Commonwealth's Attorney Charles A. done to farmers In tne ilostonvlllo suction. Ilnrdln is going after them vigorously James Wright, who own n store on nnd say thnt thero I going to ho no Carpenter's Creek near Huston Me, lot-uuntil nil loam that they cannot with his clerk William Stngg, had n violnto the law and go unwhlppcd of close call on their lives. They were inleep In the store and hnd not heard Juftlco. In fact It had not mined so Will Lee, colored, of this city, some- tho rain. hard In their Immediate locality as It Stallion, 1 year and under 2 It. S. times called the "King of Dllnd Tig- - did further up the stream. They wore Scudder 1st; It 7,. Moss, Jessamine, era," wna Riven a 40 flno and 100 days not awakened until the store building 2d. In Jail lor soiling a pint of whisky. was moved from t.ie foundation by tho Stallion, 2 veara and under 3 John Pan Johnson caught a slmlhr penally They got up quickly and wero dumbSmlloy 1st; Walker & Wray 2d. nnd Klne; Pelman was given a ICO tine founded to find themselves floating Five Galted Horses about with tho water bursting through nnd 10 dna in Jail. Stallion, 3 years and under 4 John Clove nnd Crlt Floyd of tho Wayne. tho floor. In their excitement they Smiley 1st; Muck Hughes 2d. burg section, were lined 1100 each for jumped out ot tno door and strucK n.allclous shooting nnd wounding water up to their necks. Both having Maro or gelding 3 years and nnder Frank Hubble, n local colored boy, had experience at swimming they suc 411. U. Kvans, Doyle. 1st; Carlton win acquitted on a charge of detain- ceeded In reaching higher land af Hlkln, Uarrard, 2d; Walker & Wray ing n colored girl. ter much difficulty. The store nnd Id Tho trlnl of It. II. Padgett for tho contenu lodged In J nearby corn Breeding Class killing of Orcen Skldmoro In the south Held. Maro and foat of 1910 K. C. Th" residence of McKee Blffe orn end of the county wa taken up 1st; C. F. Curtis Madison, 2d; Monday. Some trouble was had In which Is located near the stream was Iiflah lllshop, Hustonvllle, 3d. ecuring a Jury, hut tho panel was Kroatl) damaged. The water came Five Galted Horses finally compiled with following repre- down so quickly that the chairs were ridding 4 year and over P W. sentative citizens: Tim Hutchison, soon floating nbout In the rooms and ftiy 1st and 2d; It. W Schultzo 3d. II Phillips. J. - Heazley. W. B. the bedsteads wero swimming like T 11..t.V.ln a tr.triMrlflr nv J. llm duck Combined Five Galted Horses Practically all the furniture Stallion, any age It. S. Scudder 1st iam( mj gaylor, K. J. Tanner, W. 1 was ruined nnd the residence wag I .... ...... ioi-ttlohn Smiley 2d: It. W. Schultzo 3d. Warner, winrrcy wuners, J. u. n... much damaged. The family fled durChampion Class, Saddle Foal ing the storm to the home ot a neighand W. S. Weaver. Foal of 1910, cither sex It. B. Attorneys T. J. Hill. Jr., P. M. bor on higher ground. lat; Mrs. Uriah Dunn 2d; S. James Allen of tho Kldd'a Store and Oeorge Stone ara Dunbar Hubble 3d. Padgett. section, wns probably the largest Three Galted Horses After the opening statements had loser In the Hustonvllle neighbor-hooMan or seldlnE any age It. W. hnon mmt Mn. John Moser was the. His crop of 65 acres of corn on Schultzo 1st and 2d; Johu Smiley 3d.'frst witness called by tho prosecutor. low land wns almost totally washed Harnss horses she testified that Padgett hit Skid- - nwjy The corn nnd tobacco crops of Pair of mares or geldings, any age more with a large stick, while tho John Allen In Vie outskirts of Hus- . J Coleman 1st; It. G. Evans 2d; rttter's back was turned. Mrs. Mose'r tonrlllo suffered a damage amounting It estimate This Horses i was still on the stand when the I. J., to at least ?200 Roaditer morning. SUvlllon, any age I. C. James lt;'c0ged it report. j I . . . ft U. ft...... ", ll'alln,. f.- UVnV !M -Many chickens and pigs were drown i.--t I. CIIII9 A. ed all along the course of the Itnlllng Harness Horses Hit By Auto Fork and the contrlbutary streams. Maro or gelding 3 year and under Wray 1st; Burnett Hays 4 There is no end to the fencing thnt Walker & 13AM CASTELLO'S BUGQY SMASH. was washed away. W. O. Speed at 2d; T. B. Bright 3d. ) .Gelding 4 year and over A. J. Lole, Hustonvllle lost all ot his chickens ED BY yNLIGHTED CAR maa 1st; John Smiley 2d; W. U. oux. nnd a large number or small p's. Ion. Ttncasler. 3d. Sam Castello the pApular Danville Witter ?ot Jn Barney Lays' store and Mare 4 venrs and over I. C. Jatno pike farmer, had a buggy smashed to at Kldds &d much damage was done. 1st; P. W. Itay Id; A. J. Coleman 3d. smlthereen and he narrowly escaped The building was lifted from the founFive G'lted Horse from serlou Injury himself, when an dation. Stallion, mnre or gelding any nge t .tomoblle frou Danville crashed In Walker & Wray 2d; to him ona night last week. The ma lohn Smiley Fine Tobacco cliino carried no lights, but the owner R. S. Scudder 3; Mack Hughes 4th. willingly olfen-to maku full re- Harness Horses BIG LEAF FARRIS Stallion 4 years and over P. W l oration, so that Mr Castello will not COL. HARNEY'SBREAKS PATCH. NICE rtay 1st: Walker fc Wray 2d; It. W. ITOsecute, Cod-dnrd In Cod-dard rcorc-sentlng 1 Some of the "boys" In the Hale's Well section had a good time Wednesday night. They were having such a good tlmo that when Marcus Trcrel cot up and said It was tlmo for him to go home, all objected to losing his good company. Seeing that Marcus pel Mated In his Intention of leaving, notwithstanding their pleasant remonstrances, they "playfully" laid hold of him and endeavored to detain him In their midst. When Troxel finally did get home he had lost a tooth In the friendly naif tie and was compelled to consult a physician and have other various and Sunday bruises attended to. Preachersvllle, Aug 1. The angel of death haa again Invaded our community and taken ono of Its tenderest flower. After a brief existence of four short months the spirit of llttto Oliver Moser Stout took Its flight to the mansion on high to be with him who said: "Suffer little Children to Come unto Mo and Forbid them Not" This little babe was seemingly in tho best of health until last week when It was stricken by cholera infantum that dread bane of Infantile years and at midnight ot last Thursday its last strugglo ended nnd death was an In the "weo small hours" a market basket was left on Mr. J. O. Spratt's front porch, containing a handsome boy baby apparently three or four days old . The baby, was well wrapped up and seem Upon finding tr ed .o be drugged. rli d next morning It wan taken In cared for by these kind people. ai 1 l county authorities were notified Immediately but they were glow to r In making any disposition for tt ture. Meanwhile tho babe was par- -' d from place to place and It seemed . . it no one was likely to befriend the ttle waif, by giving it a permanent home. Finally Mrs. Ona Naylor of this 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 of Israel, he waa found In a basket. Mrs Naylor and family became very much attached to It at once, and now that it Is dead their grief Is hard to bear. The bereaved family has the sympathy of the entire community. While nothing is known of U parontage to any degree of certainty but it Is believed to have boen very highly connected. We have no doubt but that tne best blood of Kentucky flowed in 1U eIns and" that had Its parents been more human It would some day have been a respected, useful and honorable citizen, an ornament to our commonwealth. We mourn an untimely death ot any one but we have the assurance tU? God know 3 best. We wish that Us parents, who wore to crossly Inhuman oc anyone connected with the rank Injustice of torfakhig: it to the tender mercies of an unfriehdly World could have been present at Its burial and" heard the cruel clods strike It coffin ltd, while never a song broke the stillness of the evening air while never a word of prayer ,ascended to God's throne, without any word 'of dlsmt slon to close the bur.al service. J. P. Ballard sold to J. M. Cress, a sow and nine pigs tor $62.50. also 25 ' feeding hogs at 19.50 per cwt. J. H. Thompson bought a young driving horse of Alex Walker, of Lan caster for $110. Miss Ruth Durham was here last 1 1 1 ,1 From the Wild aud Woolly E. W. WHITE victor. One night In March, WRITES INTEREST-INGLOF WASHINGTON 20 Tekoa, Washington July ni To the reader of the I. J.: Having promised a number of my, friends to write them a descrip lt; A. ""- ,..., n l.ox-tngto- n n u P.-.- L- Col. D. K. Farrls, of Crab Orchard, broke off a tobacco leaf, while weeding bis little patch of 7 acres the other day. It looked so good that be took It to town and measured It The Inches long and 17 leaf was 36 Inchess wide and In texture almost as fine a bilk. He says he ha lota more i Just as fine. Cant. Fox Dudderar, the popular engineer; say that the finest piece of tobacco along the U. & N. between Corbln and Louisville. Is being grown bv W. A. Harney a few miles out on the Knob Lick pike. It Is well advanced and in fine shape. Lincoln county's acreage this year may not be greatly Increased on ac count of the wot weather, but taa tobacco that Is grown promise to be of very good quality. 2 1- -4 tion of this country, In order to save stamps, will, provided provided Lin stand-bwill publish coin county' ame, try and tell my renders some-thinof the State which is named after the father of our country. As he was a noble man, so is thl? n State, abounding in wealth derUed miner from agriculture, stock als, timber, fruit growing and most anything one could wish for. Besides this, it has three of the growing cities Spo of the United States, Tacoma, kane nnd Seattle. With navigable Htrearas Its land are rapidly being laid with steel by varolus railroads. I'esldes. the empire Interurbnn system extend out from Spokane for milt into the surrounding country. Spo. kane Is tho most rapidly growing clt) that I havo ever been In. Its streets are crowded with prospector from all parts. Is the Thl year It Is claimed, worst crop year this country has had for years, but I cannot see that the farmers have any room to complain, while the spring wheat and oats are not so good, the fall wheat Is fine and will yield from 30 to 40 bushels an acre. On the Uth 1 drove out from Tekoff on the Couer d Alene reservation While the Indiana have the be'st of the land, it Is leased by tueir consent by the government for the term or three to Ave years to white men. The thousands of acres of timber and farm ing land that was alloted and thrown open for settlement Is now bolng rapid ! homesteaded for the fifteen hundred peoalg that drew lucky numbers. On July third I left Spokane over the Northern Pacific Railroad for Davenport, Washington, a beautiful little city of 2,500 people, which la located In the wheat of the Big Bend couutry. On arriving and after meet-lu- g tho bride and croom. Mr. and Sunday. M. F. Lawrence sold some corn to Mrs. C. C Loetw, whom had shortly returned from Kenucky, who are hap--n J. H. Baughman & Co., at $3.50 deliver g , '.11 t' i u o wM--- l.. spent the night at the home Mr. and wno aro Mrs. J. i. 1. fcuhfcd with the I'Mlli west. D'lvrtf ,ue evening win .'Id of a trip t'.y next da had planned fir tliI'cadi, a sni.i.' tosvn en the Coluumla river. Early tln nxt r.iorulnx 'n. Mvo iaoiilit'. myself vud tho well pro vided lunch basket occupied the car- rlage and were off on our Journey. CARD OF THANKS. Our good time on that July 4th wilt n To the kind people of Casey, ever be remembered by me. and Boyle. We wish to extend Wishing the 1. J., members a happy our sincere thank for their kindness and prosperous year, will ring off. during our fathora sickness and death. E. w. wnue. Very truly, Mrs. H. II. McAnlnca and Children I ir ". '." H.itlful ln'n, - Lin-coi- umue. cd. Rev. Thornton the Evangelist, who is conducting a revival at Beech Grove church waa here Sunday taking a hand In our Sunday school. As yet no apparent steps have been taken toward the erection of a new school building here, and as school las not begun yet It Is evident that the pupils will miss a lot of school on account ot cold weather. Rev. Wra. Bryant, who is a Bon ot Fev Pierce Bryant, will preach at the Rev. Baptist church next Sunday. will Wm. Sprinkle, ot Rowland .a- u a CARDOFTHANK3 Wo desire to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and rela tives, also to our kind and sympa thetic nhylclan for their goodness and kindness to our daughter during her Illness and death. May our hea. enly father's richest blessing ever be their. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ilutcne. son and family. If your liver Is sluggish and out tone, and you feel dull, bilious, take a dose ot Chamber- lain Stomach and Liver Tablet hnfnra retiring and you will nil rtirht in the mroning. Sold oy fen ny' Drug Store. 1 t. BASE BALL AND ICE CREAM AT MORELAND. The Modern Woodmen of of Moreland will have a ball game at Baugnman's Park Moreland, between attir-noo- n Moreland au. Liberty Saturday the Rame lie Aug. Ctli. After and imV will be irved at EveryboJy Is ih hatl In Moiolml. will be railed at Incited. Tho rrm f. M. - ,:'- - " to-ni.- h 1 g it! ..... ... .. iMirori Cnambelaln's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy baa Qi!vii.rullv usd in nine epi ol dysentery. It haa never demic valbeen known to fall. It la equally uable: for children and adult, and when reduced with water and sweeten ed. It I pleaaant to take. Sold by Pen him go. ny'a Drug Siorc. Dysontery a dangerous diaeaw kn mer from.- theblgh water. Crop, ol " picorn, tobacco ana moau ously damaged by the recent tide. At the risk ot hla life. Mr. t f Kennedy wani under a brldgo to cut a wire fence and rescue a young mule. Rev. V. D. Palmeter, pastor of the r v.. church, of thl Place, was In Sunday. hi pulpit for the last time la the last year ne is perum ThL ....i n .iav hra bv conference. Our nnnin have come to look on Br. Pat... ... . onnA klnA Christian Rn- tleman and every one U orry to e preach at the Methodist church on eame date. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lunsford were visiting their son, B. J. Lunsford, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. John W. lu Oarra'rd. were visiting homofolks Cummin here recently . Mr. M. J. Lawrence threshed 70 bushels of oat from two acre, and he has been eating roasting ear out of his corn field for two week. He seya thts the result ot using a riding cultivator and umbrella. old hi stock of J. L. Kennedy Mr. goods here to hi brother-in-law- , W. C. Cummin who ha already tan- en charue. Mr. Cummin I Quite aa old hand In the mercantile business and will no doubt make a ucce. been George D Colson, who haa sick, will be taken to the Lan-catinfirmary tor treatment Mr. W. P. White I uulte lck at thl writing. Fado Parka contlnea In a prentrlnna condition. Mr. J. H. Rlflby It convalescent. Master Mabrlan Bell Mr. o , farmer have beea Buffering a great deal of loaa thla unv Coaltnuea in Adjoining woiumu.; rvr.Wu'u .lcv rvaaV r ll PAO TWO. THE GREAT DANVILLE FAIR, lffffl1l 1NTEKIOR JOURNAL. s "jjffffMf : i THE FLORAL bnck I. M. TUESDAY, AUOU8T Sad, 1910. J flapt PROFESSIONAL AND 3, 4 and 5, 1910. 0 1872. HALL nnd poultry deportments have lcen ns of old nt The Danville Fair. Unlimited seating capacity. Plenty of shelter and shade. Attractions of every description, Reduced rates on all railroads. Pony races, mule races, saddle stakes, Etc A hearty hand-shak- e and a welcome nwalts everyone. For further information, write, t & DUNN, Sec'y DANVILLE, KENrUCKY 0 "&000$ooa0oo'.w 00000000000000.) The EVERY IUSINESS CAMS.: Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY AND FRIDAY &0$&$$O0$000000O0O0O03 Representing At 1 Per Year In Advance. THE Mutual Benefit Ufe Insurance Co. The leading axmupl dividend Com- JH ELTON SAUFLEY Publisher pany. adherence r Its distinction Is due to to tne Entered at tho Post Offlcp at Stan of successive management ford, Ky., ft Second Clase mail principle ot mutuality. ' Joseph Wcndllng, alleged murderer W. W. BUROIN. DENTIST. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KV. of little Alma Kellner, was caught n R. M. NEWLANO V San Francisco by the police alter Chief of Detectives Carney, of Louisville, had trailed hlra across the conI PH. T. W. PENNINGTON, Dentist. Hours 8:30-1- 2 A. M- - and 1 to 4:30 P. M. office Myers House Flats. Stanford, Ky. tinent. Wendllng stoutly denies his cullt nnd will be brought back for trial. The Louisville Post for weeks has been making sport of Carney's search for Wendllng, and ridiculing DR. V. N. CRAIG. Optician his "wild 'feooso chase." Since lie and Oculist caught the "goose," that paper should Office over H. J. RcRoberts1 store. Stanford, Ky, be manly enough to come out and frankly apologize to the clever sleuth J. P. CHANDLER, It owes it to him, and it will brand ItAuctioneer. I will conduct any kind of sales in self ns no fair player if it doesn't do Lincoln and surrounding counties. If it. you want eood prices for your land or stock, see me. Stanford, R.D.No 1 John O. Carlisle, one or Kentucky' greatest statesman in his day, died $(. H. JOHNSON. Auctioneer. In New York Sunday night after a I will conduct sales in this and sur- lengthy illness. As Speaker ot the rounding counties. Satisfaction (juar- BDiccu. oi&uiuru, i,u,nv, A. National House and Secretary of the Treasury under Cleveland, he was PRESSED STAMPING SEAM GAL one of the most prominent figures In national politics for many years. He VANIZED ROOFING. deserted the party of democracy In Large uantltles Carried in Stocs. the hour ot its need, however, and EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. In later Hf lost all of the political Phone 114. prestige and Influence which he bad enjoyed so fully In bis prime. For e many years he bad resided in New For bouse, carriage and den painting paper banging alia buggy trimming ot all kinds inch as tops recovered curtain, York, where he was regarded as one and boots made. Stopover Aldrldge'eblack amlth shop West Main tit., Hlanford Ky., of the most eminent and able practitioners at its distinguished bar. J J. BELDEN. BUY MY TOOLS FROM I I I I YOU WANT W. H. HICC1NS, STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HA3N1T SOMETHING I m RtCiSTtRto sSllwittHSrWWPumaM Stanford, Kentucky. 9 gH WALK -- OVER -- SHOES J. C, McClary, HAT A SHOCK' 1 WOULD BE T Undertaker and Embalmer. STAMFORD, Offlee J. J. BELDEN, deco-ratW- to come borne and And the firemen in possession. Yet It has happened to others nnd may happen to you. And even if It never does, don't you think you would feel afer If you Had your home Insured? Ask your wife bow she feels about It She'll tell you to have us Issue you a policy today. She Phone. 1ST. KY- Home P hone M. When Hungry GOTO the most extensively advertised footwear in the world. A pretty big statement, but it is true. Manufactured in every leather used in footwear and injalraost every style conceivable at $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair. We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking man's shoe Are to-d- ay made'to-day- . L& N. J08. Xo.27,10:A.x. No.I,t:40r. M. No. n. Month, ll:M r. m. No. a, south, 10:15 a u. No. 24, North, 4 :o a. x. No. W, North, 4:49 r. M. TIKE THBLE S. RICE, Agent. Senator McCreary attended the Lan is wise. caster fair Friday, and hundreds Fish & Penninglon, shook his hand and told him they Stanford, Ky., were for him for governor. The" wnr horse of Madison is feeling fine nnd nnd looks a winner, every Inch of him. Canon's Phone200 Ilettmirent Ijincatr, Mix! Hlnntord K Mm If ifrtnlm all hours uu to ll.no r . lint place lu wn forn good quick meal, rjooklnir THE MARKETS Cincinnati, Aug. 2 Cattle rtcolpts Lincoln Lodge No. DO. K. A A. M. will meet J, 553; market quiet; fair to good ship In stated communication on each first and 7:iW 606.75; common $2y.7r.; third Monday nlgbts of each month, atHtan-for- rers o'clock In their ball on main ttreeet, Ky. Members ot lister lodces are fra- Hogs Recelps 3,494; market steady; ternally Invited to be present. T. W. Pen- butchers and shippers $S.4n$S.5t nington Bee. common $690.90. Sheen recelntj 1,390; niarxet steady, 1.704; lambs! stendy, 4 U 6.5. ! MASON'S MEET. "plenrild new line of fancy Groceries. Uot Coffee. Htmlwlcbes, pies, Uutter milk nucliMt milk, etc., at all times. tmult oar customer, our specially. H. J. McRoberts. Fenny R. V. A. CARSON, Prop. II. Coffey BLACKSMITHING Bring your Blacksmilhlng and general repair work to me. Horse sboelng 00c. Hatlsfaction guaranteed, tbop opposite Phillips' concrete store. JME8 UHACKKTT, Btanford, 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 Chamberlain's "I Am Glad" writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, of Liberty Center, Ind., that I began to take Cardui. for it has cured me, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did ior me. Before 1 'began to take it, 1 was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have a good color, do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs."1 Stomach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen the digestive organs, improve the appetite and regulate the bowels. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. HOW TO CUKE ECZEMA, PIMPLES AND DANDRUFF. ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors. For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled. Talk all yea like about "good., paints. Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from ourstock and watch results. You'll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere. Le our paint talk. flaveryuur meainre taken by a tailor o( ex perience. Tben yonr clothes, whetbera low orlce buslneii ult or the flne.t evening clotbei.'wlll have tbat Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate tbeyrer made to yonr.measure. I will also take your ineas. ore lor extra trou.ers. fancy ve.te, top coatsl and; overcoats. Hprlngand Humnie. samples uu hand ready tur your Inspection 11. O. UUl'LKY. The Tailor, Htanford. Ky. Spring & Summer Stock. jAj g.l. E. R. Coleman Ice Cream Soda Water PhoGuhatc: B. D. CARTER. New Llvorv. Dopot Street, Phone 06. 57in'FGRD, HEriTL'GnV. Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer ot Srape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. V Marble and Granite MonuMarkers and Posts, Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Hettees. Offlce and works, Ky. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. ments, YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE I AVe desire to say that when we took B35 the agencj for Zemo we were convinc ed that it v as a valuable remedy for Eczema, pluples and dandruff. Yet, Take we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases. Wo are The Woman's Tonic plcsed to stnte that we shall Beware of strong, noxthe agency as Zemo has given ious, mineral drugs, that splendid results wherever recommendsink into your system, ed. Our customers like Zemo, too, like lead to the bottom of because it is n clenn vegetable liquid a basin of water. for external use, Cardui is purely vegeZemo effects its cures by drawing te table and contains no the surface of tho skin and destroying poisonous minerals, or the germ life that causes the disease, dangerous drugs. leaving the skin clear and healthy It is perfectly safe and does not soil the clothing or linen harmless, for use by old and can be used freely on Infants. and young, and may be With every purchase, we give a booktaken, as a tonic, for let on skin diseases explaining in simmonths, without any possiple words how any person can bo curble harmful effect Try it ed at borne ot any form ot skin or lemedy. G. L. Penny, Druggist con-tlnu- I can furnlth the nubile with the h..t well as the freahest of cut Bow ers, plants of all kinds, Imlbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purixm. r In connection with the above, I have all kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable ' prices. cniHHTMANOllKKN HOUHKH. Ku JlVUllAHIl, I'uon. Htun'ord, Ky, EE2HBPBBEBBBEBER AL.Beazley&Co., wwr i 9rtij -- Let us fill your bins with ourFO X RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' . W. llSSIE tent free. Oideat .jiencr fur.curlutf paieuu. l'.t.uu taken throuiih alunn Co. rtcolrt ttuUttutiu, without clarte, tatEe Furniture and Undertaking. Day rhoue 28. Night Phone 133. A.TR1BBLE, Stanford. Hontur"r. ucnant Copyright Ac. Anyone sending a sketch u4 dMcrlptlon m.T enlctlr uoertala our opinion free nbein.r an Intention I. proDblrilfntl& Coauuunlr. tlon. .UlctJr eononautuj. rUKTOM on Tradc Marks CONCRETING UoJerUkera and Emb&lar en. Abo Dcaleri in Furniture, MattingB.Ruw. They will eichange Furniture tot til Kind of Stock. Give Then a Call. Frlcee Right, We are In position to do all kinds of con cretlng, such a Ulcck Work, 1'areineuts and. In fact, we can make any thing from bouiedown toafence post. We can serre-yopromptly and guarantee nrit-olawork and material. Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least. .. t Phone 11. J. Ii. Baughman& Cq. SckMlific Ahandeonelr lllo.tratsd wesklr. dr. ttiauvu at any .cieaus. Vuriil- - T rn. U t. saw I (our Bwatlia, IL BuM t7 'i BWMftJUtfl. JlMtkM. Tr.t vTatkluleu. 0, K. .IrtWTin TAHFtJatD, - JfEFITUpiCY PJilXLIPS BR05.. SUlsftl,.eKj. TUE8DAY, AUOUBT 2v4, 1DI0. THE INTERIOR JOUKNAL. PAGE rmiKK MV V. 'We Certainly Have Been Lucky In pleasing the large number of custo-twT?J- S eat sale. Those who the values we are giving ? Did you get your share? or aiiu ,1 cut prices until SATURDAY, JULY 23. We have some excellent values in Slippers, Shoes, Hose, Underwear, Shirts, Socks, Lawns. Duclis; ? Cottons, Ribbons, Suspenders, etc. If not, there is one more opportunity for you. We j aaWr:K'i 3riBKvj, ''fzakscr r &zi r - - - a.. ti "s. " nlm- .. 1 iii ri" Jr A j Cr SlaWi iifv;r' LQ LjvJ . 1. 1 TfMtS-jar- r - M&.,mers wno came l0 our store during cDiir J fiVr. 1. .4I hrW raDuugiu. jv a is mere any oetter evidence of; t -- - ? ; . - !- -. X. 1 a t v iu. -- i mt ii will continue many SEVERANCE & SON, Tbere-- U Stanford, Kentucky. Nice residence ion Vtkr Stanford, Ky tho frooCje of lot largo enough for another 'feiaJO-inFresh bread, pies etc., nt Horton's lot All necessary outbuntstfj. restaurant. Everything In good repair. 5fc Big lot ot fine beds and felt mat- T2.750. A bargain, see 1. R. nwc0 Stanford, Ky, tresses. W.A. Trlbble. For Sale. My residence ion ffn Rooms, for rent; also stable. Mrs. L. vllle avenue. Mrs. M A. .WoUa- - a new lino of 26c box pa. lcrs, special values at Penny's Ptore. PERSONALS. M.r DniK i I Mr. John Jefferson who has been vUltlng Miss Mrle Mahony has rerpent Sunday hire. turned to his home In LouIstIUo. Mrs. W. If. Anderson, of Paris, Is Mr. nnd Mrs I). C. Slpple who have guest of Mr. U corgi-- C Glvens. the been visiting Mr. U. M. Slpple have of Mf. Verto Londpn, ( non, it the, guest of ilr J. C. Mcyrr Mis Francis Q'llannon and daughnod family. ter, of Dallas, Texas, arrived SaturMUi Susan Wood left Thursday to day to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mur- party frotp Jtlcbmond on a Join I. '. Hughes, of Louisville, ramping trip. Miss lleulah Grimes has returned to Lancaster after a visit to Mrs. (loo. Logan. d Mn. 8. J. Kmbrr. Jr. and Mrs. y Allen left to visit Mrs. Itlchard Putman In Lebanon. Mr. and Mm. . I!. Wearen, Dr. and Mn. J. K. Drown and Mr and Mrs. Jeso Weaim spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Spring. Mr. J. (1. Hackley. of New ork City, It lulling at the home of hi parent Mr. and Mr. J. T Hackley San-forto-da- J on Dnnvlllt; pike. Mr. W. A. Trlbblo and children aro spending n month with tbo former' rother In Maysvllle. Mini Petterson bo was ber guet accompanied her Mr. and Mr. John Shank, Mlsie Nell Warren. Hell Denny and Walter Hopper f formed-- a party that went to Mammoth Cave last week Misses Essie Ilurch and Jennie Warren hare returned from a visit tn Ml Llndi Owsley In Lexington. A ere glv. number of delightful affair en for them during their visit. Ugn. Gwie E. Stone, of muvlllc, I hero In court. Ho Is one of tbe nttorpeys for the defense of Padiett for kllllni Skldmor tfWr$0m I i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 t' o h0 S 0V .0 a f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DUCK BRAND OVERALLS & 0 0 long .g 0 Have one fault; they last too 0 0 A Suit of Cool Under0 0 0 wear Makes You Feel Bet0 0 ter After Hard Days' Work 0 We can dress you from head to 0 foot, ready for a days' work for $3. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O that eenlng. 0 Mr and Mrs. William Severance 0 turned yesterday from a weeks stay 0 lu Sbelb) vlllo the, guest of Mrs. Severmother. Dr. Alice Pickett and 0 ance'sKllrabeth Pickett returned with Miss 0 them and will be their guests. Then You Will Need More 0 Mr. F. K. Trlbble drove over tho 0 Crab Orcbnrd this nornlng where 0 ho Clothes. who ar 0 rivedwill JointhoMr. TrlbWe,week. Af tho thero 0 ter spending a flrtt ofdays they will few Khaki Pants $1, $1.50 and $2 0 return to Danville. Mr Trlbblo. 0 who for several weeks. has been Shirts 25c, 50c 75c and $1 oy too improved was very iuucn treatment received nt Martinviiie. 0 Danville Advocate. Covington, Miss Ruth Culberson, Flow Shoes At Any Frico 0 JIIbs Edna CnmnlU andof Miss Alice 0 Stngg, Hustonville, Miss Fran of and 0 ces Cooper, oi this city, will bo houso 0 party guests of Mrs. Walter VanarsBut our Chrome Shoe Beats 0 0 Them All. Satisfaction 'Guar- - 0 0 teed. DO YOU WORK? Summer Dance Mr. L. II. Cook left jestcrday for n visit to relatives In Montlcello, .Mr J. W. Ireland Has been quite GIVEN BY HOP CLUB PROVES AN pick for several day. ENJOYABLE EVENT. Mr. C. D. Root returned yesterduy from Dripping Springs. The annual fcutnmer dance of tho Mrs Illnda Mlrncle went to Pine-vill- e Stanford Hop Club was given at tbo opera houso last Friday evening wltb Tuesday to visit relatives. Mis Anna Denton Is the guest of bqlles nnd beaux from all tbls part ot Central Kentucky wert present. her cousin, Dr. T. W. Pennington. miss wady Flower, pf Louisville, The first regiment band mode tbo Mis Mary 8heperd Cook Is visiting Is the attractive guest of Miss Annn music. Among tho dancers were Pr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens at Somer Dcrst. Mr. Walter McKlnney and Miss set. Ilev Will Hopper, of Uarnslde, is Josephlno Sandldge, Mr. Robert Mr. Cicero Reynold, of Stanford, here with the horaefolk for a few Woods and Miss Josephine Warren, spent several days with hi daughter days. Mr. Hoi ace Reld and Miss Mary Held, Mr, LeCompte, In the county. Mrs. Stephenson Dozler hu return Mr. "Jlmmle" Mllburn and Miss Bailie Mrs. W II, O'llauncn. of Stanford, ed from a visit to friends at Hlchmond Taylor Woods, Mr. Adam Pence and I with Capt. J. L. Coffey and wife. Miss Glrtrude Fields, of Deland, Fla nnd Lexington. Mr. A. Adam and son arc leaving Mr, Payette Martin, of Lebanon, Mr. Chrlsraan and Miss Letltla War Oils nftcrnoon for Crab Orchard, was the guest of Miss Eiile Drye on ren, Mr. nnd Mrs. James T. Menefee, where they will be for several weeks Sunday, t Mr. Bnrl Coleman and Miss Sue Tay-Ir.- r with relative. Frankfort News. Miss Kntberlne Anderson ,h;is reKngleman, Mr. Lee Rupley and o turned from a week's visit to Mr. M. C. finufley nnd Mines Uincas Miss Mary Wallace Jones, of Kansas City, Mr R. H. Coffey and Miss ElizaWarren and Kate Alcorn left ter friends. Miss Kllen Holmes, of Crab Orchard beth McDermatt, Mr. W. II. Wearen this nornlng for Niagara Fall, on the Is visiting Miss Lotiella White. IJowninr tour. and MIr Alene Rourac, Mr. and Mrs. Dr T. W. Pennington is able to W. R. Rice, of Louisville, Mr. Joe Hill II J. Dethurum, of Somerset, Judge and Mls Grace Brady, Mr. Mike Pen Is spending a few days at French be out again after a severe Illness. Mis KaUe Cass, of Urodhead, Is the ny and Miss Nancy Yeager, Mr. and Lick Spring, lnd. Judge. L. W. De thurum, hi brother, of ML Vernon, guest of her sister Mrs. L. I). Hilton. Mrs. A. C. Hill, Mr, Tom Eastland M. John Zimmerman, of Bt. Louis, and Miss Mildred Cosby, Mr. Tom Is wlfh hip. Mr. Q. 0. Perry sustained painful has been the guest of Miss Dora Phillips and Miss Sue Beth James, Mr. John Owsley" Reld and Miss Clara Injuries last week, when shd attempt- Pence Mrs. Hill SpnldlnK and Misses Lucy Cooper and Miss Francis Cooper, Mr, Tbe horse ed to get Into ber buggy plunged forward throwing her be- and Mattle Alcorn, of Hnstonville, r.ragg Thompson and Miss Kit Huftween the wheels and causing tho spent Sunday vslth Mrs. nettle Mo fman, Mr. Hubert Carpenter ana Miss Nancy Walker, Mr. 8her)ey Elkln and buggy to run over her. Mrs. Terry's Kinney. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Rouse, of Kan Miss Joan Mount Mr, Owen Ballard Injuries while painful ore not serious and her many friend hope It will sas City, are the guests of her sister. and MNs Sallle Sparks, of Nicholas- Wile, Miss Arabella Bogle and Mr. not be mny day until she will bu Mrs. K. T. Pence, Sr. Miss Wfie Hatfield has ocen the Bogle, Miss Marguerite Klnnaird and ablo to be out guest of Mr. O. P. Huffman and fanil Green Clay Walker, Mr. Carl Carter and Miss Georgia Vermillion, Messrs. 1. Miss Gertrude Fields, of Florida, Will West, Will Denny, Hogan Ballard who has been visiting Mrs. Will Horace Walker, R. W McRobcrts, (Irime, left Tuesday for a visit to Dr. Carman, Dr. Patrick, Alex Doty, Miss Ophelia Lackey at Crab Orchard. Rowland Bishop, Gcotge Harris, John Crawford, R. T. Bruce Marshall Stone, Clarence Singleton the non of Supt. and Mrs. Garland Single- Walter Carson, Bradley Wilson, James ton, who has been quite HI with heart Wakefield, Smith Yowell, Ashby trouble, Is considerably Improved. Will McCnrty Is back from a visit r to his at Cnclnnatl. He NONAGENARIAN saw some 'fine ball games while there. ATTENDS CHURCH. Miss Margaret James, of Lexington, vlll arrive on Wedncday to be tho Aunt Sallle Murphy who Is now in guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wearen. her 92 year was at church Sunday Mr and Mrs. Dolt Rice and Mrs. night and entered heartily Into tho Henty Motored were up from I.ouls-vlll- o service. She retaining all of her faculon Friday nnd were the guests of ties, and is beloved by all who Mrs Susan Yeager for tho dance on know her Mr John Dennl, of Jtowland, ha Mlrs .Mary Dfllton, of Ijincastor, I dall, on the Lexington road during tbo been suffering from plnal trouble, (he guest of Miss Knthcrlno Anderson. Dnnvllle fair Danville Advornte. W 1'. White, of the Prenchcmlllo Judge J. W. Alcorn left Tuesday for section, has been III with fever but Is Crab Orchard to spend a week. Short Local News. sale In Ureet g better, B. Cook. vlt A summer tonic that bract Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach at the rody and brain, cools .the Logan's Creek church Sunday after- Regulates your stomach kidnrrm liver. That's what HoiiH;ts Eecft noon, at 3:45 o'clock. ountaln tea will do. 3ac ilea .or salt" Mission Band of tho Christian lets. Shugars and Tat.Der. Tbe church will meet on Sunday after-nop- p How's" This? In the lecture room nt 2.Ui We offer Ow Huodrtd Delta .llmrc fcr mft mm 01 OUrrb tbat cnot e unt'tr curat o'clock. Cturm Curt. L r. J. CHENEY A COai.kC U i Notice. 5 rer cent pytinlty ndded torWt. lut undtrelnnj. htvr koowo r. I. T w tbe II run. uxl brUere tlm rrrtoi (II Ixwlnem tnrarUcm .ad cntle la school tax Aug. 3 1910, L. R. W la cwrr out ur d onimutn-BM4nrt.toft- Hughes, Clerk. Lot AtLancaster fair a contalng about and a 15 bill. ward for return pocket-boo- Walciio. KixKiif Hum, Wbalraate JXvnMU.1MUki (C IUU'i Cturrh Cure m taken 'ImtmcUj, wwc dtrmir upon the bmod and nwocu aurueea c am TiMn. bottle. luian qk Jcwc-phln- Stanford. Palace Mgglns.'one $76 in checks Name In hack. Reto W. M. Duncan, 45.3 the of-best-know- Tate Hall Trtttisnnlaki pent tree, itife old by all Iinakn. ramlir I'm Inr ronrtlpatlec. M'xa SOME KENTUCKY FAIRLD7CTS6 Versailles, Aug. tiayt. days. Danville, Aug. days. Lexington, Aug. days. Taylorsville, Aug. Harrodsburg. Aug. days. Brodhead, Aug. 173 davs. colored men In the East End, died last week age 78 Tears, of heart trouble. He was a Baptist and n Union soldier. 33 66 94 '94 34 I I 1 iMtlinii r ' August 17, 18 and ltf bave beras c Rural route carriers W. L. Dawson eeted as the dates for .the .EermOSe nnd Albert Sartaln are enjoying tho fair. 15 dajs Shelbyville, Aug. 23- -4 aay. vacation allowed them by law. Wallace Singleton and Russell London, Aug. 234 days. Nicholasville, Aug. 30 8 davs. Brown are "subbing" on their routes. days. Barbourville. Aug. 31 Montlcello, Sept. 6,- -3 days. Your city taxes'arVnow due and the Glasgow, Sept. 284 dayc. bookB are ready. B. D. Carter, ColJec State Fair, Louisville, Sept. n- tor. days. cut-pri- ce m " ! summer goods we are making SPECIAL PRICES onill Mens' Summer Suits Along with other lines of grand-mothe- re- Lincoln County Farm For Sale. acres or fine land on plko mllessfrom Stanford, In tho noted Walnut Flat section. 40 acren in corn Imlance In gross, lies well, everlasting water, no buildings but beautiful build Ing slto nt pike, If you don't think we will sell It stand back and watch im give the "other fellow" a bargain Price Ji!0 per acre. We have other farms In Lincoln and Garrard counties. Write us for catalogue. If you want to sell your farm wo are iho men who can do the work. i:i3 0 If PRICE is any inducement, now is the time to buy. ttf W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY G 111 T T. W Humble Vy ij - HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Men, Lancaster, Ky. 25 PER CENT. OFF ! On any Oxford in our store- Ton Per On all lawns, The Talk AT of Town! t Cent. Off BIG DOUBLE PICTURE SHOW VLTONS OPERA HOUSE EAIf NIGHT. batistes and Excellent Service is Being run. Watch for Board at Opera House Eacli Day for Program Next Door to Postoflice. Wanes Of Sin," a Fire Picture; and On Wednesday Evening "The Celebrated Case;' Two Thousand Feet of this Fine Subject. silk mull. Also big reduction in a lob of short length summer silks, suitable for waists, scarfs, etc. HUGHES, MARTIN & Cummins & Wearen, Up-to-da- te Program Each Night and 10 Cents. CO., 0 0t STANFORD, KENTUCKY. This store is the home of Hart, Schafmer & Marx clothes Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY AdmiSSion- -5 J raaxvDVR TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUBflDAT, AUOUST Had, 1910. Dont Forget To Attend The MERCER COUNTY FAIR 1. V AT HARRRODSBURG XI Augusts FINE FARM FOR SALE FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. For salo. Southdown bucks, lamoi, yearlings and B. U (lovrr, Iltutonrllle. FARM FOR SALE SO 10, 11 and 12, 1910. 5 About Frnit Jars, Fruit Jar Rings, and Caps, We will make you a Special Price. SsS"""""""""""""01"0 S I?1 P " under cultivation. PrlT reasonable. J A. King, Stanford, n It. 3, Box 63. J. II. Cnughman will have a big public salo of his string ot show mules brood mares and other stock on Aug. GtSvuU&'P 31. Watch for full details In nd. later II. D. Stiles has sold lili farm of 130 acres near Bryantsvllle to Mr Klktn of tiarrard at $102.31 an acre. For Sale. 200 No I mountain ewes. Notice 8UITS A. T. Nunnelley. 22 good cattle weigh $25 Suits at For Sale. JI6.9B jjj about 1.000 pounds. John Lutes, High 93 $22.50 Suits at For the next 20 days wo will sell land, Ky. $13.98 For Salo. 3over.il fine Jersey cows $20 Suits at, our tobacco hogsheads at mill at and heifers registered nnd high grade $18 Suits at J 1.10 each. We also have somo fine and two registered bulls, n Shetland $9.98 by Blue Eye. Pony buggy and $5 Suits at harness. Lock Box 161 Stanford. $12.50 Suits t... white and brown leghorn cockerel S P. .McDowell shipped a carload $10 Suits at Igl for sale. Kings Mountain Planing of hogs from Burgln to Cincinnati. at Tho bunch consisting ot 85 head. $6 Suits gl Mill, Kings Mountain, Ky. averaged 220 pounds and were bought OXFORDS. Igl trom L. J. Yandell at Sc gl 3.29 For Sate 150 bales of timothy hay; $4 Oxfords at Republican Mass Convention Is prepared to FRAME FICTURES at prices lower than the 12.79 I.! corn; I seen year-ol100 barrels styles of moulding to se- -, $3.50 Oxfords at lovest. Several hundred, JZ.29. work mule; 1 yearling hore mulo; $3.00 Oxfords at lect from, lo old stock, mouldings fresh ill The republicans of LincolnIn county young registered Duroc Jersey boar. $2.50 Oxforda at H-'from our factory Office in Intercalled to met-- t are hereby A. W. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. I 11.M $2.00 Oxfords at.; o ior Journal building. in Stan at the court-housfarm, about i.a ford Ky., on Saturday Aug. 6th 1910, For 8ale mile from Stanford; 100 acres ot tin igi land as good as you can And oo at 2 o'clock, P. M., for tho purpose county. The upland Is of selecting 19 delegates to attend the In Lincoln OMOMOHOM3MOMOM9i district contention, to be held In Dan good. 'J'he while farm Is well fenced never falling water, thore being ville, Ky., on Tuesday Aug. 9th 1910, and good cisterns nt tho door; a at 2 o'clock P. !., for the purpose of. room dwelling, two tenant houses, """ AU ii.. nominating a republican candidate for two stock barns and new tobacco IPX I a u B " H" 11 Congress for the Eighth district o! barn, 9tix36: 2 corn cribs, granary tv Kentuckyrto be voted for at the com lri house. bUKKr house, etc. Will sell bargain In the next 60 days Inc November election. In said mass- - at a Owner's reason for selling is oaa convention one delegate will be se- health. For further particulars see lected for each one hundred votes W. L. McCarty or I.. R. Hughes. Hughe & Swlnebroad the real esor fraction ot fiftyCist for republican elections at the lasCpresldentlal elec- tate men of Lancaster. Ky., sold for J tion, and the system of voting In said L. Davis his farm of GO acres on Dix nly convention shall be viva voce. River In Lincoln county to J. TV. Itep. Ex Jones for $2,319.00. cash. Possess- Ch'mn. R. L. Davison. Com. of Lincoln 'county. Ion January 1st 1911. This is the sec WJ ond farm In Lincoln' county these real repu Be sure and take a bottle of Cham- estate men have sold and their SADDLE HORSE Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea tation as 'hustlers" Is becoming more berlain's STAKE starting on than local. you when Remedy GEO. II. KIN. your trip with summer. It cannot be this In buying a cough medicine, don t obtained on board tho trains or steamIs no dnnges from IU Bemodv. ers. Changes of water and climate bo afruld Thche Camberlain's cough to ge attacks of diar- and relief Is sure to fonow, Especial-loften cause sudden Higk-Clu- $ Rbbwbk aati rhoea, and it Is beat to be prepared. recommended for coughs, colds and If jou tiara anything to sell Penny's Races Daily Haraess Sold by whooping cough. Sold by Penny's Drug Store, Drug Store in the i 5 8 L. L. SANDERS, located oa tho KMntord anil Ot tcnhelm pfkc containing 13S 12 acres well watered, ono hundred acres In urnss GO acres for wheat. This land produces flno tobacco, corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees, a modern now six room house, cistern at door, cellar and all necesary outbuildings, two tenant bouses, large barn, now silo, freo mall delivery, three hundred yards to school, 1 12 mlle3 to union church Will make terms easy. W. F. Dlshon, Stanford, Ky,. Box 41 Phono 8 ring S. acres land. 1 mllct west of HighWell watered, fenced 23 jnim 2 Clearance Sale Of Clothing, Oxfords, Straw) Hats, Odd Pants. HATS. $3.50 $1 $2 Crab Orchard, Kentucky, Hats at Hats at Hats $2.61 J2-23 13-- $2.50 at.. 11.78 Eureka Portrait Co., il Hats at $1.50 Hats at $1 H'ti at...- tl.48 ..$1.19 - 7 . ODD PANTS. !' 8 II 8 e Pants at Pants at $5 Pants at $4 P'nts at $3.50 Pants at $3 Pants at $2.50 Pants at $7 $6 4' .. 8' 2.ea $Z23 .$1.93 354-acr- o M.A.JCEMCN.Mgr., Stanford. SAM ROBINSON. Stanford, Ky. muMx BARGAIN lllpliilllfi This Ralfe YOUR CHANCE For A Fr $24.25. -- I'll! to Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY AUGUST 8th to 13th 6 Big Days and Nights IN PREMIUMS 6 1- -1 See It ?1,UUU $25,000 Best Hone Skew in AsserkaT SpltatUa Display of Every Out of Live Stock. y STOCK Take to LINE AERO-PLAN- E FLIGHTS DAILY Nunnelley's New Stock Yards He buysand sel s every day tHVflPlVVIV-era and water best covered . ? year except Sunday. Bring your stock. Beat market in the State with plenty of - in the on lent., outside of Louisville ur Lexington. STANFORD, KY. r. 1 MTJA RT Y.Prfa. We also do a general hitch and feed business. BEAUTY .PFfl iiiMiMi KWW flSssSSW 9ijBV IN THE KITCHEN. E. C. WALTON, a. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, KentucKy. Fan sad! Town Property ORGANIZED IN JM2. depends largely on the, plumbing work PREVENTS riPiTAi rrrvK. tsn.ooo. smiling For th. trtahaea't of Whit. Dlarrhoaa lochlcki L. R. HUG HES.S. & T Let us fix up yours and the SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. and Blackhead and. other dlteataa la tnrktya face ot the kitchen lady will be your HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Men tell us they get better BOURMN POULTRY CURE HAS MO EQUU reward. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modem Safety and more punctual meals since we mak.aiagaHotffaaalcliMi. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Cuitomer. We bollcit Your Account. looked after the kitchen plumbing. Om sec bo Maybe 70U would too, If you employed i Thaviu's Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A. Kline Carnival Company or BOURBON For Catalogue or further information Address JOUlflTSHOUSE, Secretary, LEXINGT0N.KY., POULTRY miRF JsWlHkt bWHsmbW throt ot a fipln chlck.a. d.ttrors U. wormt and iT.ttti. chick's lit.. law drops la U. itiiMat dowa th A FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY water curat DIEAt3 d our service. Stocks and Bond Phohe 188. , , ( OFFICER. Handled on Comniisaum. W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. S. Hock or. Preiideat;, S T.I Harris, H. U. Daughman, Cashier. 8old. II you Have Property to Sell or Rout Notify Us. Write for Circular to H. B. Northcott, LANCASTER, KY. BUYER OF BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKBaaaaaaaaaaafy2aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa w. w. aaunaers. ma. uoonxeepir J. It. Harris, BooVkoeper I DIRECTORS. F. Reid, J. H. Uiughmin. M.D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus, H. C. Qaufhmaa, J. V. Camalos, uui wi ivwinnN.1 ?i & 4.a.ii Q Walton( J Sf UoeUtt W II Murphr L. R, HUGHESf Secretary, Stanford, Ky. ClK Cincoln omty national Bank Kentucky. ; ; All Kindt of Farm Produce T. K. 10-ll- RURAL TELEPHONES. M5L FARMER; Make your home as modern for your family as a ice, frwieaee, and place yourself in a position to get the latent market quotations i say tiaie. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service wkkk yoa aad your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with ilu kenefit received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Msmedaitely interest you. Our linen cover the States of Kentucky, Taaaessee. Mississippi, LouUiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and TJSIi. CO. ISAtfrTEar'.EfcJttEE TiSl.. s' m -- lcatiiasUnv Maahrille, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far Lin " rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we (iKroiiroav-K- D ..$ 50.000.00 CAPITAL .?.$ 50.000.00 f SURPLUS THE COMFORT O.F THti SADJLE $340.000.09 Eggs RESOURCES " N. U RRIQHT. CASH ER. Fryers auiuxa ODCainPMTl He has all to do with tho pleasure of AUT. CASH Turkeys per lb the ride. Yon will llnd our sadDucks, per lb....- HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. -5 Vic dles as comfortable as an arm Roosters, per lb OIHBOTORSI 7c chair even after a hard gallop. And Hides per lb 8tanforJ; 8. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Cartar,8UnforJ Feathers as comfortable for the horse W. O. Walker, they are , John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. O. Ran$5.00 Ginseng, per lb too. While you are lookln at ono Yellow Root', per lb kin, Lancuter; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. IVaylor, don't forget we have the latest bridles Gilberts Greek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. SALE OR IN and the best of bits. LIME AND SALT FOR H. Cummins, PreachersvUIe; LUburu EXCHANQE FOR PRODUCE. Qooch, GilberU Creek. Stawifwil, Xy MoCLARY. Phone 1S3 J. C. Wt can pi saw you. WE ARE PAYINQ TODAY FOR: c Stanford Braneh Tuaor, M'pr. Of StiftTord, Hens. 7-- 8c Q"TER, 3- C $t-?.- 25 it i Ljl .Ak auaAtt . ana YTflrti- - -i. ilfcill - . . iitmiaina A iTJIIaai'l i Kliail'iiii . i lir 'i ii iiir rrtgnfflWa1 m