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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i I tiTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL ifVOLUME XXXVIL STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUGUST t 9th 1910 unn nn INd 47tLINCOLN RELIJBUCANS ARE STAND PATTEKS1 PAYNE TARIFF ENDORS ED BY COUNTY CONVENTION HERE SATURDAY Lincoln county republicans went on record as being BtandpRttonT at the county mas convention held here Sat urday afternoon tit which delegate were appointed to the district con vontlon to be held In Danville today at which a candidate for congresrwll t o nominated The PaynoAldrlch tar itf law which even ninny ottho beat republicans of the nation pronounce n rank Injustice to the people wits endorsed In tho reiolutlons adopted nlt though they were conipicuounly silent on the Aldrlclt Cannon oligarchy Tho reiolullons proposed United fltatos Senator Ilradley for VicoPresl dent and also endorsed the nilnilnls traUon of Governor Wlllson and Prosl dent Taft Nineteen good republicans wero named as delegates from Lincoln to the District Convention nt Danvllio They go uninstructed So far tho name of no particular man has been suggested as a suitable candldlato to oppose lion Harvey Helm The delo gates from Lincoln are Messrs John IMmlston IL D Noaksi Jesst Price Jobn A filaln J C Napier Thomas Ferrtll Fred Carson A 0 Baker Hubble R L Davison 1Jalconer G W Gentry W D Tanllff Harrison Graham Anderson Carr R C Arnold A C Carman and Ora Oooch Later It Is salt to have beer nitrced among the leaders that lion C M Hannn of Shelby coutny will re colve the congressional nomination Lincoln Wall DIES AT KINGS MOUNTAIN AFTER SHORT ILLNESS v Lincoln Wall om of the best known residents of Klngrt Mountain Section died at his homo thlre last week lifter a short Illness of rlghw disease He was tu years of 4ge and one of the most respected men bf the communIty He In survived by hi A wife and several grown children Funeral services were conducted bj Hqiilro J A Singleton Monday whet all that was mortal ot tuls good man was laid to ree- lRockcastle Mines NAY BE REOPENED BY COAL COM PANY MT VERNON NEWS I Mt Vernon lug 8 The Big 11111 Coal Co have some prospectors at work arond the old mines at Johnetta this county and it U generally understood from parties vbo are in position to know that this company will reopen these mines at once nays the Signal These mines have een what might be termed dead for three or four years but the prospects now look good for reopening and I ularUnt anew The branch line of tho- r I St N Rallroal runs up to Johnetta and If work starts again this road will parry the coal from tho mines Mrs Matllda Jane Cummins died last week after an illness ot several months She wu at the homo of I tier son W C Cummins s Mist Lizzie Watun of Lincoln county has beer with her daughter Sire Alice Tote AtIand MraAbo Adams Monday Mrs Borah Maret of tho Wlldle sec Uon was with her daughter Mrs J Fl h from Monday I Mrs Brown and Miss RIssU 1 Williams wore at Crab Orchard Springs during this week W J irfilldrem nod children 1were here this week from Huston 7vtlle with relatives PaUy Brown trained nurse A came down from Stanford Monday and drove out to Level Green to nurse John Brad Cummin who has been t 1very low with fever Frances Sparks the popular and attractive daughter of Mr WT- r Biurnu U vUStSr is CarlMstcn where Mrs W B Crall will receive und JUlIo R G Williams will entortnln In her honor nt that citys fashion Inblrttntry club- t a tCleaned Up Docket z SPECIAL TERM OF COURT DID MUCH GOOD WORK i1 At the recent special term of the t Lincoln circuit court when criminal l Iicases only wore tried out of a docket of 133 cases tho court clear- edy up 105 which Is considered a splen I did record t After peremptory Instructions had been given In tavor of J M McCarty l In two cases for permitting minors too lilay pool the other 17 Indictments I against plat oa these grounds were dismissed It is said that James Hughes who sentenced to serve five years on Iwascharge ot detaining a woman will appeal hla cao to the court of ap tnglthttsthethigheracourtfriends make feel a different view of the facts that did the lower juryl 1 Dysentery is a dangerous disease i but can be cured Cnumbolalna Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully usd In nine epi demics of dysentery It has never been known to tall It 1s equally val t cable for children and adults and 1 M when reduced with water attoireeten od It Is plea tito taker Sold by Pen r InysDrug 81rer s I NEW YORKS MAYOR SHOT AND MAY DIE Special to Interior Journal New York August 9th 1910 Mayor Gaynor Was shot by a man named Gallagher this morning and his wound Is believed to be fatal Gal lagher It said to be an excity employ awayhisGaynor his made a great reputation since taking the mayoralty chair and has been making the best executive the metropolis has had In icores of years He has been strongly consld ered asa prospective candidate for I the next Democratic nomination for president of the United States Casey Cointy Couples HAVE NARROW ESCAPE WHILE DRIVING THRO JUNCTION CITY Junction City Aug 8 Mr and Mrs Frank Hiirdln ot Lib ty had a narrow escape last week while driving through Junction City Thoy wero driving a two horoo team Somebody passing popped their whip and the horses driven by the liar dins began kicking and running They wore finally brought to a standstill but one of the horsen was so Idly cut and bruised that the Journey could not be continued The Hnrdlnn were en routo to Washing ton county Ernest Taylor 14 year old son ur Joseph Turner had a blood curdling experience time other night He was hold up by two masked men on the Snob Lick pike n mile and half from Junotlon City They rifled his pockets but got only 65 cents Ono or tho men flashed n gun In the face or tho young man while another hold n huge knife drawn over hit head When young Tumor Will released ho made a beo lino for his home and no grass grew under his feet His father sa I It Is difficult to get him to- go out side ot the door after sundovu since his frightful experience- Dr If S Chose says there Is only ono case of typhoid fever In Junction City TJho rest of those who are supposed to haVo typhoid art iiifforitlg from malaria Mr Clay Fox Is said to M the only real ty phold patient and he caught tho dls ease while away from home Pinker Traynor while cutting kind ling almost cut his brothers finger off Both are children and James Traynoi had reached down to get tome kind II when the accident occurred The five months old Infant of Mr und Mts William While died from an attack of cholera infantum Kings Mowlam Jasper Thompson and wife or Wood stock are visiting Dr and J W Thompson Dennle and talla Gooch visited W D Johnson The little son of Dr Craig ot Stanford visited Hutcev Acton Mr J M Johnson of Somerset visited friends and relatives here Mr Wallace Wllter wife and Joseph attended the Lancaster fair Mn Maude Walden of Burnslde and Mrs Cora Lacy visited their father Mr R J Hogue Mr T M Alford and wife visited Mr Dlshoa at Morclans Mr R O Dally and wife of Ku banks visited Mr M U Murphy The Surber boys are threshing wheat In this neighborhood Tho Sunday School Union held nt Pleasant Point church wiw a nucctH In every particular A number ot oth er churches were well represented and an Interesting program was car Tied out among those who wok part In the dUcustons were Rev J T Hosklw U Singleton and J C McClary of Stanford Rev W O Tllford and R 0 Dally of Eu banks Rev J A Singleton sad A O Coker of Pleasant Point MM Laura Lee nnd T S Mention of Mid dleburg There were plenty or refreshments on the grounds nnd everybody went away feeling It was good to llavo been there Three Railroaders HAVE TUNNELCLOSE KINGS Caught In the middle of Kings Mountain tunnel on account of a derailed car three men nearly lost their lives last week by suffocation They wero hold In the tunnel for an hour and forty minutes and when they finally got out they were completely exhausted from tho effects of tho smoke heat and gates They were Conductor James W Davis En glneer Ooten and sectlomnnn George Smith Midway In tho tunnel which is more than a mllo long a car was derailed off account of the breaking ol n roll The combined efforts of the train crew and Mr Smith who Evan near at hand was necessary to replace the car and repair the track before tho train coWi be moved The work on the Inside WltM the small crew was Qtfrte dWteult asd be fore the train was ready te wore on the entire fcrev was jrmctlciHr dis abled In buying a cough medicine dont Remedy Thehe Is no dongea frown bo afraid to go Cataberlalna t oa8 and relief Is sure to follow Especial ly recommended for coughs colds ad whooping cough Sold by Pennys Drug Store BOOTLEGGER ESCAPES FROM HUSTONVILLE OWING CITY 58 OTHER LIVE NEWS FROM WEST END OF LINCOLN Hustonvllle Aug 8IJ R Floyd who claims his home to be In Dayton O and later on Ten lIesee Ridge Casey county was ar rested by our marshal last week for selling whisky He sold ono quart to Marshal Herring and smaller amount to J C Jesse Ills fine was being worked out on the streets and not be escnpcdleavlnltWatch out for him please Capt R II Fowler of Louisville who took one thousand excursionists from hereabouts some years post to Harper Has was hero last week looking after Western travelers He Is traveling passenger agent for the Stunt Illinois Central system now and Is a wide awake hustler MYors Vaughn skipped one car of No 1 butcher cattlo to Cincinnati Saturday for which they paid 2to4 cents and they have on hand fifty head of good cattle for sale Lincoln Walls of Kings Mountain a successful huckster was taken sort ously III last Thursday while on the road and was taken to Mrs Sallle Walls his mother where he Is report ed as having genuine cholera The volunteers or the Christian church Sunday school will give a mini quo art gallery entertainment at tho handsome home of Mr and Mrs Em met McCormack on West Main street on Aug 13th Beginning at 230 P M the older people will be entertained until B P M and from 730 to 11 P M the younger are Invited to attend The entire community Is oarnst ly solicited to attend and they will never have cause to regret It Ad mission 10 cents- Congressman Harvey Helm deserves much credit for his efforts In securing improvements that greatly enhance the rural route service In our county The rural carriers of tho county hoi that he will oppose the contract system proposed by enemies of the rural carriers All carriers should immediately secure the signatures of their patrons to a peUtion to the Post Master General asking a oontlnuenco of present rural mall service with parcel post clause added Messrs William Williamson and John Roberts of Lexington were down last week In their 40horso power auto for a days visit with Mr and Mrs John n Rlffe Tho wife John Walls near Geneva died last week of flux and was burled at Sltidor grave yard Saturday In the presence of many friends and relative Mrs Mollie Crites and daughter Mils Georgia of Wilmington 0 are pending Die week with their parents Mr and Mrs George A Eubank Mim Angle Carpenter bu returned from New York State where she took a thorough course In expression and elocution from the leading teacher of this attractive profession She spent a week at lake Chautauqua where she was delighted and greatly bene fitted by Its both giving wwus and bracing atmosphere Mr W H Alboruon wife and two handsome daughters of Mcrtdvllle Mo visited the family of F M Peavyhouse last week Mitt Myrtle Albertion of Itork wood Tens i s jfjeHt this week of MI fs KelUe Peavyhoime Miss Gooto and sitter Llllln of Louts vlllH are spending the wseK with their parents Mr and Mrs Judge J r Goodo on Western Avenue Vto choir mettlnx o f the Ckrlstan iMch will be acid on Tueiuny and Friday evenings at the Church at 730 P M Please attend Mr and Mrs J P Denhara of Jum bo are visiting their tons AUonzo and Virgil in Ludlow KyUds week dad next Mr and Mrs H R Camnltz have re turned from a delightful two weeks ntay at Russell Springs much Im proved In health A great bargain carnival of fun Is assured for all who attend the art gallery entertainment Miss Emma Cornet of Summit Miss and her wo sisters of Pull Casey county am charming guests this week of Mr and Mrs Allen Stephenson at their haridsomo home Maple wood AN EXPERTS OPINION OF SKIN DISEASES A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are fa millar with says that In all his scion title experience he has nurer found so hard a disease to conquer as Ec zema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemo as a most success ful remedy for tho treatment of Ec zema Itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other dis eases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do Its curative qualities make It popular but also the fact that it Is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great Improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that destroys the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and heal thyCIR be used freely ota infants Mr O L Penny will gladly supply those wbo call with a free sample bot tie of Zemo and a booklet which ex plains In simple language all about Bkln diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo The management 01 Walton Opera lioufee is pleased with the crowds that fere coming picture showrunoeathech thht Is being night It Is tttelr intention to run an uptodato amusement show god pictures new each night with good soasa music The adtaiwioa la G and 10 cents lets REVIVAL BEGINS AT- LANCASTER CHURCH i CONDUCTED BY DR SPENCER BUENA VISTA LADY DEAD GARRAHD GOSSIP Aug 8 ILancaster at tho con of the Central Christian church Lexington and known as one of tho ablest men of his denomination In tho state Miss Mabel Myers a line vocalist of Louisville has been engaged for the song service and will certainly lend much Interest to tho revival by her sweet singing Rev D W Robertson Presiding El dor preached at tho Methodist church Saturday and Sunday conducting Fourth Communion aervlce and quay terry conference Miss Sallie Adklus died at her home at Duena Vista after several months decline of tuberculosis She was a do voted and consistent member of the Presbyterian church tho funeral be ing conducted by her pastor the Rev Jlr Walton Horace L Walker of this place who holds a lucrative position In Washington City In the census depart ment has recently had tho good for tune to receive a promotion He la at homo now on a vacation and Is a brother of Attorney L L Walker and Editor Green Clay Walker Stanley Hill and Miss Mattie Hol comb were married In the city of Danville by Rev Mr Shouse Both bride and groom are from this county living near Camp Dick Robinson Mrs T J Price entertained Saturday evening for her nephew TTPrice Jr The guests of honor were J C Hemphill of Louisville and Jo seph Rogers classmates of young Mr Price T ho hours were from 4 to 5 and delightful refreshments were ser vedWaller C Hudson left the past week for Golden Colorado where ho goes to take a threo years course in min eralogy and metallurgy preparatory to becoming an essayist and mine Io rater Young Mr Hudson Is tho old est son of the banker Mr B F Hudson and has had exceptionally fine ed ucational advantages and made well of them Cards are out announcing the com ing nuptials of Hugh T Logan and Mrs Mary Miller Friable both of this city The marriage will take place Wednesday August 17th at tho home of the brides parents Mr rind Mn John W Miller Mrs J A Amon gave a handsome reception In honor of the brideelect last Friday evening at which a large number were present The Joint County Teachers Insti tute Including Garrard and Boyle will bo held in Danville beginning Aug 29 Bupt MA Cassldy of Lexington and Miss Lefl Patrldge of Richmond will be the Ifltclpal instructors Wm L Lawson bought 30 lambs of Wm Bettls for Go Jesse Fox bought a good bunch of lambs of Capt Am BourneMiss Jessie Doty of this place was married in Richmond last Saturday to Mr George Bogard En electrician The bride is tho second daughter of Mr Jesse Doty and Is a young lady of exceptional beauty Mrs J G Burnslde and daughter Miss Annie hello Qurnslde and Mrs Belle Burnalde are at Battle Creek Mich for a Recuperative stay Mr AC Robinson at home again after a pleasant visit Eo his daugh ter Mrs J B Paxton of Stanford Judge H W Dayton of Louisville Is here with Mr ifoH Mrs R H Bat ton Miss Rhoda Pitman of Park vllle is visiting Misses Jennie and Mary Rankin Mrs Silas Ashley and son Maurice have returned from a protracted stay at Tampa Florida Mrs Mattle P Friable and grand sob Hudson Friable returned Monday from a weeks visit to Mr and MM W C Price of Danville Mrs Richard Burton and Miss May Broaddus left last week for Niagara Falls and other Interesting points Miss Nell BOBwell of Louisville Is visiting at the home of Miss Agnes Mlles Mies Minnie Gulley Is in Lexington visiting her aster Mm Green and enjoying the fair Miss Georgia King or Birmingham Ala Is the guest of Miasma Ray and Ella New ry Mhs Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City Is visiting Mrs D 11 Lackey nod daughter Miss Jennie Lackey Mrs Charles Denham of Nicholasvllle Is with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex WestVal Cook is at Crab Orchard Springs for a weeks stay Miss Nan cy Goodloe of Springfield Is visiting her cousin Mrs W H Arnold Mrs John Duncan of Toledo 0 has been a recent visitor of Mrs H M Ballou Miss Willie Pierce of Louisville who has been Miss Mattle Lee Hubbloa truest Is now with her sister Mrs Os car Ray of Buckeye Otter Miss Ida Gutenson is here from Cia cinnati visiting her parents Mrs Anna Petty is at home from Jackson Miss she will spend some time with her parents Mr aad Mrs Russell Mrs Minnie Hearn of Crawfords vllle Ind is visiting her sister Mrs C W Russell Emit Bless went to Cincinnati Sun day to spend a few days with his friend and relatives Miss Martha Meier and her mother were over Sunday from Highland and spent the day with Mrs A SUmpfley Ben Busse has gone to Cincinnati to see his brothers from there he will go to Cold Water 0 and spend a few days with his uncle Miss Margaret and Mollle Bless are at hli free ClaclHsati Vfclting their parentsMasters Dan DIlllou and John Der ker rode over from Junction City Hilnday on their bicycles to see Father LeoJ H Baughman Sells Out H C BAUHMAN BUYS HIS HOME AND FARM A deal was concluded today by which James H Baughman sold bin handsome hue and farm on Somer set pike to Hakry C Baughman cash lor of tho First Iatlonal Bank There are about 250 acres In the place and the residence which is of tho old colonial type Is erne ot tho hand ona pst In this section The price paid was not made public but Is under stood to havo been a etltt one for this place Is said by many to be one of the most desirable In the countyIIt Is the former S H Baughman who sold It to his son a fow years ago placeisalA ot all his show mules and blOOd stock which will take place at the farm on Sept 6 Possession will be given tho new owner soon after the sale At 90 An Acre JF COVER SELLS HIS FARM TO KNOX COUNTY MAN One of the largest sales of real cs tate In this section for some time was consummated this week when J F Gover sold his farm of 235 acres on the Peytons Well road to W A Vor sham of Knox county He received 9b an acre for It making tho deal In volvo about 21150 The farm ba3 n nice home on it and Is considered a splendid piece of property It Is about five miles from Stanford Family Reunion TO BE HELD BY DESCENDANTS OF MRS MURPHY AUG 11 On next Thursday Aug 11 Mrs Sal lie Murphy familiarly known to every one In the Kings Mountain section as Aunt Sallie will celebrate her 92 birthday and a family reunion will be hold at Pleasant Point Baptist church Five generations of her family will be present Ther wlll be services at the fchurch in celebration of the event and everybody Is invited to come and bring with them well filled baskets for the dinner which will be served on the grounds IN THE ELEVENTH Attorney Charles F Montgomery or Liberty passed through here last week en route to the meeting of the Democratic committeemen of the 11th district held at Barbourvllle A ills trict convention to be held at Somer set Sept 22 was decided on to name a candidate for congress County ton ventions Win be bela on Sept 17 a few days after the PowersEdwards primary SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The Lincoln County Sunday School convention of the Christian churchej will be held at Turnersvllle on Aug 24th A tine program TIM bgeh pro rep1resrntfdthe county should be present at this convention as he wilt gain Information and Inspiration that will give new life to his work Dinner will be served on the grounds by the Turnersvllle people and we hope to have a very enjoyable and profitable day Either Brother Hopkins or Brother Frazee will be present D M Walker ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mr T V Underwood and daughters of Springfield Mo left Monday for their home after a visit to Mr J C Roberts and family nt Hubble Mr and Mrs Elkln of Louisville are guests of his sister Mrs R bh New landLittle Miss Lucile Ireland has Is sued Invitations to her little friends to a party next Friday afternoon In celebration of her second birthday Mrs Toe Falconer and children of Mlddlesboro caused through here on Monday en route to their home after a visit to relatives in Lancaster Mrs Leroy Carpenter of Pennsyl vania nee Miss Mattle Menefee Is with her parents Mr and Mrs J N Menetee Miss Lula 0 Dodge of Nogales Ariz and Mrs Isabelle Henry of Chicago are the guests of Mr and Mrs S E O Wulo V Mr J S Rocker Is taking his va cation at tLc northern lakes He will be Joined there by his brother R W Hock r of Kansas City MrsS D Carter and daughter of LoulsVlir Are tho guests pt Mrs J L Tottea and family Mri C B Pennybaker and children ot Danvtne ate the guests of Mr Arthur Hill- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I have boon informed that the news Is going that I have closed down ton account of having no cook 1 desire to Inform any one wishing to come to Elixir Springs to get the Benefit ot the best water in the Uulted States that we h Oas fine a cook as there is in Ientucky and will yqu gOOd well cooked wholesome food Como and ate F M Slaw Pror Elixir Springs Kentucky THURSDAY TO BE GALAaDAY IN LANCASTER BRASS BAND AND FIREWORKS 200 IN CASH AND PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY The citizens of Stanford and vicin ity are cordially Invited by the Bowman Realty Company to be present at the Grand auction lot sale to beheld at Lancaster Thursday Aug llth on tho now addition known as Haselden HeightsA band will be In attendance all day Daylight fireworks a feature In the fireworks line will bekshown throughout the day r Never in the history of Lancaster and vicinity has there tiee1i4cb an opportunity for the liav r as as tho home builder Haeelderi Heights has all tho advantages of a 1 i city lot without Its disadvantages water cement walks electric lights wide streets etc Combine fh6 abavw i with the tact that the city must grow In that d I ret Ion and you have ono of the best proiiojltioaa ever offered to the public and the public are cordial ly invited to come to Lancaster 1 day August 11th and Inspect bursiproperty UOO In cash and prizes Is to be given away to the one holding the lucky tickets which will be dls trip ted on the rounds Dinner will ah be served on the grounds and a I y cc Ual welcome is extended to nit peepMany Hearts Made Happy DAN CUPID HAS BEEN BUSY IN THIS SECTION LATELY Little Dan Cupid has been very busy in Lincoln county recently and many young hearts have been made happy At the home of James Brown near Kings Mountain Rev R R Noel on Sunday Aug 7th said the words which made Mr V C Gilliland and Miss Birdie Brown man and wife A large number of friends and rela Uves were present at the happy occasion i Their Immediate attendants were Mr Fred Reynolds add Miss Maude Brown Both of these young people have a wide circle of friends who will wish them much happiness They are both school teachers and are suited to make each other the best ot helpmeets through life Henry Gooch a wellknown young farmer and Miss Myrtle Austin were united In marriages holy bonds at the home ot Mr Ed Austin on July 2Ut 1- they aro very popular and have many hearty congratulations William MIddleton R well known far ner of Qarrard county took one of Lincolns fairest daughters Vheh ho was married to Miss Ella Frazier at the home of Mr W L Frazier Rev 3 G Livingston sid the words which made Richard Dyehouse and Miss Sabra Plummer mail aril wino at hfs home near Crab Orchard Many good wishes from their numerous friends Itni1lovM ones go out to those couples for ccmplettr happinds SpringsPuIl Up CRAB ORCHARD HAVING GREATEST SEASON IN YEARS Crab Orchard Aug 8 hotelsIaresaryto announce that they will be un able o accommodate any more guests before Tuesday Aug 9th All the r guests are seemingly having n good time and are undaunted by the crowd t- ed conditions For Instance In oae case there are eighteen guests In four rooms The Springs base ball team defeated the town team Saturday by a score ot 7 to 2- There will bo a fancy dress masked ball at Crab Orchard Springs on Thursday evening Aug 11 and prizes will lie given to lady and gentleman having most striking costumes Decision by secret ballot of the audi enceV TIE GAME AT DUNNVILLE In a fast same ot ball at Dutinvllle Casey county a tie was played be tweeen Mlddleburg and Springs Ten innings were played The features were Holts pitching al lowing but three lets also the run ning catches made by Wilson and Mnderas and the stick threebasebell and Wilson getting two hits Score R HERussell Springs 2 9 2 Mlddleburg 2 3 Three btte hits Wilson shell Two base hits PerryBiai a Struck out fcy Holt 11 lyHtef 9 TrtrStwpKaura Umpire Hobson f 1lc 0 LOOKS LIKE A GOOD THING Mr J S Daraell of Frankfort Is here again In the Interest of the Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co the newly organized Klttiic1ty Compan which is sweeplngthe State by storm Soe1e of the strongest men In the State are behind the new company and it la raakmJt a splendid record Many lo cal men are taking stock If your liver Is sluggish and out tone and you feel dull bilious constipated take a dose of Chamber lalns Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring and Jeu will t all right In the mronlng Sold by Pea nys Drug Store IflAGS TWO r b INTERIOR JOURNAI TUESDAY AUGUST 9th HllO I t T TI 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f Established 1872 RY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY J At U Per Tear In Advance t SHELTON 8AUFLEY eo Publlsht f Eatered at the Post Office at Stanford KY as Second Class maU- wr Republican leaders of prominent outside the Bloody Eleventh are get- tingf Into the fight to attempt to beat Caleb Powers for the nomination for Congress Listen to Sam Roberts t collector of Internal Revenue In his d Lexington Leader as a text that Caleb Powers 1sayshe is a member of the church anti I is therefore a moral man the London Echo lights into him and charges him o with the fracture of nearly every moral law is the catagory as well as a large number of the statute bcoks In fact 4Itmakes charges that if a democratic paper would make there would be a howl among the republican papers allover the country Not only Is he charg el with inciting to riot and bloodshed disguisett peals rescued him ought in all justice to have been Inflicted Mr Powers ought not have exposed himself to the revocation of suet charges from his former friends It would have been a great deal better for him to have retired to obscurity unl been forgotten than to have let his ambition overleap itself to warm n seat in congress The goal if he wins is not worth it Besides what could he be more than a notch on a sUck with his only claim to recog anion that he was charged and three times found guilty of conspiracy to assassinate a man who was legally proceeding to secure his rights and he accepted a pardon from I Governor when he could ItparUsan his Innocence if he was Robert B Franklin was and villlfled for producing sworn charges against Powdrsin court boundenImony that he had Mr Franklin never l made as serious charges against him an his former friends are now doing and proving that in pardoning him Governor Willson committed an un pardonable crime The State Prison Commission made a splendid move when it reappointed Col E E Mudd as Warden of the Frankfort penitentiary lie is the best warden a State prison Ini Kentucky has had for a half century There was no politics In this appoint ment Col Mudd was given the place at first because bo demonstrated that he could make good The wood chuck dropped dead however when Mott Ayres was appointed employ fluent agent under the new parole law at 1200 a year Mott was Sergeantat arms at the last senate Everybody who has ever been at Frankfort knows MottI Rev Walter Vreeland an earnest and conscientious Methodist divine succeeds I our Joe Severance as uap lain at Frankfort if political exigen cies demanded the decapitation of such a splendid official as Dr Sever ance theres no one wo would rather see have it than Brother Walter rSecretary of State Bruner has is sued a condensed report of the condit- Ion of the 4 SI Kentucky StateI DankslWand Trust Companies and of 1 lunal Banns at close of uuslness June 30th 1910 The total resources of r State banks is given as 104265254 73 of National Banks 113711218 01 making a total of 21797647274 vw 0tALWAYS BE PREPARED for what often happens and may happen to you at any time Fires cant be prevented T 6 avoid ion Btantly possible losses one must be insured in a responsible com promptlyJcompanies who meet with losses 4are uniformly satisfied with the set tlements they secure The public un derstands this as well as we Be safe by being insured at once Fish Penningon Stanfexdt Ky Phone ZOO l fI He Ttateeift Costs LESLIE ANDERSONS ARTICLE ON HOW IT IS MADE Continued from last Friday the present census was made all the returns from such city must be passed upon in the bureau hero and each faml ly assigned to the proper wards where it lives This requires much corres pondence and each day hundreds of letters go out from the office asking for a variety of information All theso letters bear the signature of F Dana Ourand as director of the census al though ho scarcely ever sees a one of them The Geographer Division does also the work of eearchtng the old census records of 1850 and I860 to verity as to age the claims made upon the Pension office by persons who are ap plying for pension or an Increase in their pension This worn Is rather dry and uninteresting Some times the proper name can be found within five minutes but often it requires two days time and a search through fifty thousand names before the right one is foundSThere are both day and night crews at the Census work The day work Is from 8 to 430 wlu thirty minutes for lunch The night work is from 345 to 1100 with fifteen minutes for lunch Many of the employe seek the night shift as it gives them a splendid opportunity to see the city in the day time Only four hours work is done on Saturday during July Aug stud September These half holidays are granted by executive order The main census offices are at First ant U streets northwest in a low building rented by the government for the pur pose There Is nothing here to see except work and waste aper and visi tore are not admitted to the rooms The keynote of work here Is not speed but accuarcy Nobody ever gets in a hurry but when a piece of work IB finished It must be correct If the slightest Irregularity exists anywhere all the time necessary is taken to re movo the doubt And make things straight Things that would never be questioned by the average business concern are looked Into with discern ment until everything tallies exactly Kentucky has between 80 and 90 appointees In the bureau here now Most of them are from the eastern section of the State There are only fifteen women from Kentucky her proportion Is this respect being much smaller than the other states I have met many of them and that charac teristic something which forces ac quaintanceship of Kentuckian with Kentuckian when array from home is nowhere better exemplified than hero The regular appointees from Ken tucky in the government service here have an organization known as the Kentucky Club Mr Bert Clothier of Somerset is secretary of the club TH- EROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIRB- RODHEAD KY AUGUST 17 18 19 AN EXPOSITIONFULL OF INTEREST MORE SIGHTS TOSEE MORE EXHIBITS TO AD MIRE AND MORE PLEASURE TO ALL GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION AND PARACHUTE LEAP EACH DAY OF THE FAIR TAKE A RIDE ON THE MERRYGO AROUND I Liberal Premium Daily Band Concerts I- THIS WILL BE THE BIGGEST EVEVT OF THE YEARDONT MISS IT IThe Road From Grab Orchard to Brodhtad li In Splendid Shape For Conveyances GranvillelOwens President I A Je Haggard Secretary COL J P CHANDLER Ringmaster- i YOUCANBUY Your coalcheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins withourFOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11- J H Baughman Co HHIN fI llIIINVEST A FEW HUNDRED fX DOiIk I f LARS IN STOCK OF ULAyl1II 7 FI E I Insurance CompanyU i NOW WRITING FIRE INSURANCE 1- i X ON A CONSER i iVATIVEB SIS i IA KENTUCKY i COMPANY WITH- BRIGHTEST I L i U 7 PROSPECTS I CAPITAL and feRPUDS 500000 I f IitLISTt OF DIRECTORS HENRY CLAY FIRE INSURANCE CO Frank P James PregFrankfort Ky r Captain Eo lFrankfort Ky A jWilliam AddamsCynthlana Ky rDrJ C Wllllt Lexington Ky iJ L Watkfnt Lexington Ky 4 i Z Judge Matt Walton Lexington Ky t ii F O Stllz Lexington Ky t 6Cal Chas E Hoge Frankfort Ky W B Brock Lexington Ky Kyz P I R D JlltsanFrankfort Ky 6W T Congleton Lexington Ky 1 H Watson Lexington Ky t James 8 Helm Lexington Ky p It H G GarrettWlnohetr Ky It iJohn B Gorham Lexington Ky 4r W A McDowellLexlngton Ky fIt Bohon isx M J Farris y i fAllen B Cole ualI t i Claude y Snyder Sent tty To FVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVVVVViVVVV4VIV VVVVVVVVVa tIVVVVV fVVi1NidVdViIVVVVfV VVi aPRf+ t aMiHRRAFt M SI e The State Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME ATNIGHT r EIGHTHANNUAL 1910 a ttatit Itctouree Cihlblld DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NAT1EL16 AND HIS BAND Fee Attraction Uplodat Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For furttir tot imtUm wrl4elW NEWMAN Steritarj 320 Paul lens BUg LO UISVILLE 12 1314156i7 WALK OVER SHOES rGIt Are today the most extensively ad M ear vertised footwear in the world A pretty a 111 big statement but it is true Manu r r factured in every leather used in foot wear and in almost every style conceivable Vel II at 350 4 450 and 5 thefOah pair We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking mans shoe n Ir made today i tman HJ McRoberts 6tVouif Godluxayuu lI1 Ele E jNeap- GItt L Penny R H Coffey E ft Colemantainttout I Ice Cream Soda Water LW Phasphates A I Grape luico mAnd a Large List of Genuine m t- m Thirst Quenchers AtmPENNYS DRUG i- BBB M Stanford Kentucky B BBJ39BEBEEFt JLBeazleyCo I Undertaken and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur future Matting Rupw They will exchange Furniture tor au Kind of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TAfthORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer in and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monument Markers and Pom Cemetery and Lawn Vase and Betteei Once and works Mo KlnneyKy J C McClary J EmbalmerJSTANFORD MM PIMM MIl KfBM PkCMM c- waAa TftlBBLE g Furniture and Undertaking 1 Day Phone 28 Phone 133 IStanford KtmturXy 2 s CONCRETING fWI lire In position lode all klod of coo Pavementsfyou promptly and guarantee nmcla prJoebe r PHILLIPS BROS ii Stanford Ky U ItWhenoGOTO Canon Restaurant Lancaster Street 0 G1IeallleedLest place in 0mealCooking to suit our customer our ipcslaltyi Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies Dotter milk 0and sweet milk etc at all tlmuetdi A CARSON B D CARTERNew 0LlvervDepot Street rr 0STANFORD Ii TUESDAY AUOII8T Stt 1K10 v tUX INTERIOR JOURNAL PAOB THfUEX f lJi I d When You Are Hunting J I 365 Buys any of our selftrimmed l andtailored Wash Suits that are worth J iSOO Persian Braidtrimmed thatare SKIRTS according I For Bargains dont forget about our August Sale on Wash Suits You will need one of these Suits for August and Sep r iltember wear and at price we offer them it costs a little more than would have to pay for the making of a I Wash Suit They are this seasons goods and correct in material and style j 1 SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky ilJ There is a now line of 2Cc box pa ers special values at Pennys Drug tore PERSONALS toe Hill attended the fair dance at ivlllo last week HM Elizabeth HIggins wu the e t of Mine Mary McRobcrta at Dan JlpMast weak Mrs Martin Adams who has been siting relatives in Chattanlooga aha turned home Danrilla Advocate Mr T F Badgott wife and son of eart Well Casey County are visit ig their father and mother Mr and Irs W F Dlshon- I Misses Nancy Yeager and Mary Mob Ky havo been the attractive guest of us Nannlo D Herring nt Lana T Mrs J F Rarue and Miss Carrie oglar of Louisville aro guests of ic formers parents Col and Mrs V Huff Dudderur at Rowland Mr and Mrs J E Claunch of fomeuet were with Mr and Mrs W ognn Wood for tho fair at Danville Mr a H Masters of McKinney Its been on a short visit to his old Jmo at East Bcmstadt I Mr and Mrs R F Steele of Coo lurn VA are tho guests of her fath r Mr W D Hanson at Moreland- Ir Steele Is a valued I J reader Udpald It an appreciated visit Mra Robert Coffey of Stanford at jbded the fair yesterday and the trace last night Bobs bu lots of Arm friends In Dan IIIo who are al- fa pleased to see him Danville JUvocftte Mr Mrs Andrew Whitley and bnMr Maurice Graham Whitley of ouliTllle motored to this city Wednes illy and are the guest of Mr and Mrs Haurico rr1Danl11o Messenger Mrs Leila Warner of Stanford via Ped her relatives Mesdamc Joseph Vallaco and K E Bourne this week jMsamlne Journal Miss Marguerite Patton is visiting Hits lla Iettus In Stanford and Miss HatUo Brown In London Wayms County Outlook Miss Mattle Pnxton has returned from a fortnights stay at Dripping I Mr and Mrs J D Pugh of Paris are visiting Mrs W F Dlshon The C W B M will meet at the Christian church in the lecture room Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock Mr tad Hopper a noted horseman of Covlnnton attended the fair today Danvlllo Messenger Mrs B D Toggle of Barbourvllo is spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Conn in the country Mr and Mrs Sam Burton of In dlanapol led has been visiting Mr T F Padgett and wife Miss Katherino Gentry daughter of Capt and Mrs R R Gentry of Frank fort has been quite ill with fever but Is now somewhat improved Mrs C L Pylo of Lincoln county Is confined to her bed at the home other parents Mr and Mrs J S Breed fag this place with typhoid fever Her husband arrived Sunday afternoon Columbia News Mr and Mrs J P Harper of Salis bury N C wero guests of Mr and Ira George P Crow In Danville They have gone to SL Louis for a short stay before returning to their home in the SouthlandMiss Margaret Mount who has been the charming guest of Mrs W Logan Wood in Danville for the fair and fair dance has returned to her homo In Lancaster Rev and Mrs Elbert E Young of Harlan Ky are receiving tho con gratulations of their many friends upon the arrival of a nine pound son In their home the parsonage there The youngster arrived on Aug 6th Ills father Is the son of C M Young of Highland and has a great many friends at his old home In this coun ty The Richmond Climax says A card from Hon J A Sullivan to the Climax states that ho landed safely at Cork and enjoyed his ocean voyage immensely He suffered no seasick ness and Is now through Ireland which county be describes M beautiful and the people clover Many friends wish Mr Sullivan all the pleas urn possible on such a trip and a safe return home oo Goa0G 0 G 1 OVR G a G a iF aa a o o OF e- o O G hdic a lt Oxfords I- Ii tAT j I 1 5 I J WORTH 250 TO I 300C- ummins J Wearen 8 STANFORD KENTUCKY IfI1I- I This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes 0 Miss Ophelia Walker la vlalUni Mm Omen Ucazlcy In Garrard Mills Elizabeth Pope of Cincinnati IB the guest of Mrs Denbam Misses Flower of Louisville art vliltlng Miss Lizzie Davlson Mr and Mrs W R Williams of lIus tonvillo spent Monday and Tuesday At the fair Mrs Is the guest ot Miss Mary Vanoy at her home In Uu country Key and Mm Homer Carpenter ot Bhclbyvllle are guests of Dr and Mrs J O Carpenter Mrs 1 D Hilton and Mrs Ethel Hilton visited relatives in Brodheac last week- Mn J C McClary has returnee from a several days stay at Crab Orchard Mrs Susan Yeager will go to Crab Crab Orchard today to spend a weel or ton days Mr R P Stapg was over from Fay ette county yesterday mingling with his many friends Mr and Mrs J W Fox of Dawson On who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Richard Hocker havo returned to their home- Mesdames S M Allen and S T Embry Jr have returned from a visit to Mrs Richard Putman In Loba nonMr and Airs Robert S Lytle and Miss Robbie Penny of Danville are spending a month on Mr Lytles ranch near Harper Kansas Master William Waltons host oi young friends will be sorry to hear that he Is 111 at his home on West Third Street threatened with typhoid fover Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs Leslie Carter of Lex- Ington stopped over hers Monday from Dripping Springs Mrs Carter will remain and visit her mother Mrs A D Root tUlles Mary and Annie Lee and Master Albert Burns of Paris have been the guests of Mr David Scott and family J D Sartain and wife are visiting their aunt Mrs A J Oventrect at Wllmoro They will attend the tamp meeting while there Mr and Mrs F J Greer and IItUe laughter Lillie Dot Perryvllle spent Sunday with Mr And Mrs J H Greer Tom Greer Is at home for a weeks vis- It Miss Gertrude Fields arrived Mon lay to visit the Misses Alcorn They rill entertain Wednesday afternoon In her honor The following loft Monday for a weeks camping trip out on Dlx river htetsrs Wear en Hughes Walter Hopper Welch Rochester and Mlsea Sallie Taylor Woods Nell Warren Sue Taylor Englcman and Mr and Mrs ohn Shanks Mr J D Williams and Dr Tom Kyle have returned from a several day visit with Dr J T Bohon at lustonvllle Mrs n C Sauney join ed her father in Crab Orchard several lays ago and will remain for a short stay at the Springs Ilarrodsburg Herald Miss Lllllo Hughes who recently roved from Danvlllo to Lexington was voted to be the prettiest girl at the Danvlllo fair Friay afternoon and was therefore awarded tho hand Dine solid mahogany rocking chair offered by Mr E L March of Lexlng ton Tho chair was presented by M I M Dun In one of his appropriate speches Tho winner is a mughtcr of Mr Zack Hughes and a granddaughter of Mrs Louise Hushes ot Perryvllle Tho following were guests of Mr and Mrs James A Deazley for tho sir Mrs Wm Hays and daughter 3mnta Hughes Hays of Stanford Stewart Sandldngc of MIddlevllle Mr and Mrs J S Baughman and little on Brannon ol Danville Mr and Mrs R S Scudder of McKinney were with Mr and Mrs R T Embry the past week Miss John Eva Hilton of Stanton is visiting nor sister Mrs H H Batfion Misses Lena Traylor or Stanford and Annie Dunn of HUH onvllle havo been tho guests of Miss Julia Zanone Lancaster Record I Parksville Master Toots Edwards fell from sour apple tree one day lost week and broke one of the bones in his leg Mr George Durham of Corbin vial ed his sister here on Tuesday Mr W S Rose of Arlington Tenn visited his parents Mr and Mrs L C Rose at this place Monday He went to Lebanon Junction Tuesday to accept a position with the L6c N Jobn W Webb bought a car of lambs froi Eugene Moore H C Cozatt F M Dower and others paying 6V and C cents therefor S H Wester field bought of John W Rawlings of Danville the property now occupied br W D Overstreet and family for fl40i Mrs Letcher Crow of Wllmore is 1 guest of her brother J T Underwood and family Mrs C A Blanford halJ returned from a visit to relatives at LoFollette Tenn Mrs H M Pittmai and Mr and Mrs H O Wilson of Livingston were guests of Mrs F M Bower Miss Una Overstreet visited High Bridge last week with a party of Danville relatives and friends Mr Ben Boiling says that corn was so small lathe Summer of 1865 that many of the farmers were compelled to plow tame with small garden plows WhlK st work In his tobacco bed on one ot the hills near this place Tom Ed wards captured a live rattlesnake which possesses thirteen rattles The number of rattles probably explain the reason the snake got caught Mes Mesdames John Austin of Lebanon leorge Cleaver and Walter Purday nt Raton IK M William Calvert of crryvllle and J D Baxter of Gravel witch were guests of Mrs J E Caldwell Tuesday Mr J Hope Parks of Jorbln camo down Wednesday morn- Ing to visit relatives and friends 0 Short Local News See the new perfect loll stove at NewlandV John H Shanks was made r master lason by Lincoln Lodge Thursday night A competitive examination for an ointment to State Normal School llchmond Ky will be held in my ffico Aug 13 G Singleton Supt The McKinney band will give a cou cert at Elixir Springs Sunday Aug H Admission to grounds and water 15 cents Those taking dinner at hotel will be admitted free Let everybody come and have a good Ume The remains of George Dunn who lied last week In Lexington wer3 irotipht here and laid to final rest in luffalo cemetery last Friday afternoon Short services were held at the residence of his sister Mrs J T Jmbry by Rev J J Dickey Fresh bread pies etc at Hortons estnurante The best oil stove on the market lit tho new perfection handled by T D Newtend See bis ad in other eel- mne lion Leslie Anderson the Census the 1r an InteresUngjirUcle on the ureau at ashlngton who wrote for ensus making is a native Llncolnlto and not a Pulaskian as was stated tast issue SUPERIOR GRAiN DRILLS t For 1910 Have Arrived Stop In And See Them W H HIGG1NS STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASNT SQMETHING YOU WANT Stanford Kentucky I 385 Buys any of our handsomest and Suits worth S7 to 850 1 Cutprices on all WASH Wash Skirts 10 to 25 per center t off to the Q the you you are traveling m Lexington Tuesday grade For SaleM residence on Dan vlllo avenue Mrs M A Wallace LostAt faira pocket book contalng about 776 in checks and a 75 bill Name in hack Reward for return to W M Duncan Stanford 453 Rev J J Dickey commenced n meeting at Noals Creek church last Sunday night There will be services every night at 730 and beginning Thursday day services at 3 PMR- ev J F Malthland and wife of WIl more Ky will arrive Wednesday to assist in the services Everybody is Invited to attend A summer tonic that braces the body and brain cools the system Regulates your stomach kidneys and liver Thats what Hoiristcrs Rocky ountaln tea wilFdn 33c ten or tablets Shugar and Tanner For Sale Nice residence on note street in Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another build ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything in good repair Price 12750 A bargain see L R Hughes Stanford Ky Hows This WI DIM OM Hundred Dollar ntwtrd for any riaunF J CHENEY ft CO Tokdo O I ClamforUnane4UyIdaWAIDINO KINNAN ok MAXTIX Wholesale Drunuu Toledo 0 tlnedlrfttlyprrootTate llairi Family rim tor couupauon r Cant1WorkWhen Y can hardly drag through your dally work and aediscouraged awl miserable take Ca H tonicCardui 1w i the purpose women to regalahhelr I healtkNot with strong drugs but by the i gentle tonic action of pure vegetable herbs BM =Take =CARDUll II The Womans Tonic Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Ma writes Before I began to take Cardul I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very muck 1 can do the most of my housework now i I cant say too rratfh for Cardui it has doneao much for me Your druggist serfs Car duL Get a bottle today po r CUT PRICE TIMEi Along with other lines of J summer goods we are mak ing SPECIAL PRICES on all r MMont Summer Suit I If PRICE is any inducement If now is the time to buy T TAli I W E PERKINS ICRABORCHARD KENTUCKY II U Im ai t IL MartinIR Hug hoe W Humble W 0 e 25 PER CENT OFF it On any Oxford in our store Ten Per Cent Off i IOn all lawns batistes and jsilk mull Also big reduction in a lot of short length summer silks suitable for- t waists scarfs etc I HUGHES MARTIN CO I Dry Goods Notions Shoes r LSTANFO KENTUCKY J it 1II I M PJJBB FOUR THB INTERIOR JOURNAL TVE3DAY AVQU3T 8th 191Q u I HOT IS ALL ARE THE Jj E j IfnolydJr wrIUfar a D iOriptt Circuit 1f to the neaust aaeney of r t ey + t Fruit Jar 8J Ts II t do WkI4E KITCHEN the t Let us fix up yours and f lace oi tho lady will be your e reward Men tell us they get better sand more meals we plumbing you too If you fflur servicej Kyj J 1 COOL KITCHEN NO Heat Except p Where Needed HOTFOOD WELL COOK ED KITCHEN COOL NO DONE FOODNO OVERHEATED KITCHEN IN EVERYTHING WHEN WANTED HEAT PERFECT AND CONCENTRATEDTHE HEAT NO SMOKENO ODOR NO SOME OF AD VANTAGES IN USING THE NEW PERFECTION WICK ILUE FLAME Ijdalverywhie l THE STANDARD COMPANY Incorporated Seeale = About I jFiuit Jars iaLL SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky E BEAUTY plumbing employed CONTROL YOUR CHANCEFor BARGAINThis S2425 See GEO H FARRIS If you have anything to sell in the STOCK SINE Take to Nunnelleys Stock Yards Ho buysand sel a every day in the year e Sunday Bringon your stock Best market in the State with of rJecdand water best covered pen outside of Louis vjlle or Lexington STANFORD KY We alto general hitch and feed depends largely on work the Bmlllpg kitchen punctual since clocked after the kitchen jUajrbe would WARNERHimte DISHES UNDER SUMMER UNDER DIRT THESE OIL It New plenty business THE HARNESS YbiPJ11 71 ON YOUR HO fin regulates tbe amount of work ba can do He may be the strongest In the worjd yet he cannot pull an ounce more than the harness will stand Our work harness will ptand any etraln Get a set and your h9rse can exert his full strength In your set vice Cut Vour stable Implements and lJanko6j4jHe too J J CMcCLARV Stanford Ky Oi To Harrtffiff MERCER FAIR NEXT IN THIS SEC TION DANVHIE AWARDS ablazebeshowed faIrthison is making things hum and a splen awardsThursday wereI Afternoon mare and gelding 4 verfra R T Lowndes 1st A J Coleman 2nd and Mack Hughes 3rd Best harness stallion 4 years old and over Mrs jL T Loyvndca 1st Par yer Arnold 2ndiBest phaeton mare or gelding 3 years old and over Mrs E Vorls 1st and Master J C Robinson 2ndIRest pair carriage horses either sex any ngeI C James 1st and Abo Coleman 2nd Best fancy driving mare or gelding driven by gentleman and lady no decorations T W Ray and Mlsi Elizabeth Vermtlllon 1st William Vermilion2ndVirginia Bennett 3rd Best three galled mare or gelding any age Mrs R T Lowndea 1st T BradleyEdna May challenge cup for tho best flue gaited horse 3 years old and rover regardless of sexT H Smiley Co 1st Mat Cohen 2nd and Mack Hughes 3rd Best road stallion more or gelding any age Mat Cohen 1st I C James 2nd and William Robinson 3rd Best Jack under one year oldJ R Knox 1st Best Jack one year and under J K Knox 1st and 2nd Dost jack 2 years and under 3Geo Robinson 1st Stlgall Bros 2nd andJ R Knox 3rd Best Jennelt under 3 yearsD N Ewing 1st and 2nd an J R Knox 3rdBest Jennet any ageI R Knox 1st D N Ewing 2nd qnd 3rd Host colt either sex must be reg istered or their sires and dams must be registered In Atu T Ili nN 1 Buster 1st J G Cecil 2nd Best mare and suckling J G Cecil let R E Ooddurd 2nd and J S Baughman 3rd Best sUHfo nvo or wiping one vir and ruler Iii1 b Parkinson 1st J S Havtiiiin k Sun 7nd Best sUIlMi tiiiirc or voiding 2 years and under S 115 10 ICR- G Evans 1st Bob Bright 2nd obd Tom Bright 3rd Best stallion maro or gelding 3 years and under 4 120 1260 1750 T C tilkln 1st R Evans 2nd and A O Coleman 3rd Rest combined fivegaited saddle stallion mare or gelding any ago Mrs R T Lowndes 1st and Porter Arnold 2nd Best combined threegaited mare or gelding any ageMrs R T Lowndes 1st T H Smiley Co 2n and Mrs R T Lowndes 3rd Best pair roadster stallions mares of geldings any age regardless of cplor sex or ownership A G Coleman 1st R G Kikba and Cole man Smiley 3 Rcst saddle stallion maro or geld- Ing any age Bourbon Prince lit fldna fay- Amateur Jpd race best 2 In 3 twice around the trackI C James 1st R GjEvans 2nd 1 C James 3rd Mule raceLNorton let and 2 OTTBUBY We got busy ana talked the own era down to J120 per acre Mater Dag Of the very best farmsif not the best ot iU size In Lincoln county Splendid locality fertile soil high clMs Improvements ererythlBg to ht milrrolDwell watered But a dummy real estate man ought to sell this farm she speaks for herself We want you farm buyers to look at this farm andGarrard tJlHmen Lancaster Ky Lincoln County Farm For Sale 133 710 acres or fine land on puce 6 miles tram atamord in the noted Walnut Flat section 40 acres in corn balance In grass lies well everlasting water no buildings but beautiful build Ing site at pike If you dont think vb will sell It stand back and watch no give the other fellow a bargaln acreWe farms In Lincoln and Garrard counties Write us for catalogueIf to sell your farm we are the men who can do the work HUGHES J SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Men Lancaster Ky 4pOFe BOURBON POULTRY CURE caplIchichsad saves the chlckl llf drinkingC PREVErda3 DI8EABI0- riap4 rthetreatmeatofWblteDiarthaaIschicksnlachee4 PRNH POULTRY CURE HAS NI EIVAL is7OS ttIe swkss 12ssNw arsNeMe I tihy Sales 01 I MUCH TRADING AND SELLING REi PORTED JIYfARMERS 1 hero wore about 400 cattlo on the trldlngwuIn town Most of tho stuff sold from 3 10 5 cents Joe H Jordon the thule buyer WM on hand and got 46 yearling mule colts at from US to 85 One of the largest sales of young mules lately was that of Sidney Due liar who sold 20 yearling mules to R 0 Fox of Dqnvllle at tOfiearh Mr Itlffe of the Vest End has sold 70 catUo to Dick Gentry at 535 to be delivered In October Hiram Ray of Qarrard bought 24 head of nice young cattle at tho pens here at 4c J T Dlankenshlp of Pulaski was on hand with a nice bunch that ho told from 3 12 to 4 12 cents Fields Duncan the hustling young Somerset pike farmers and traders sold a nlco threeyearold mare to J A Carter for 4200 George Carpenter bought about 15 head of calves of various parties at from 10 to 25 Jean lIuchlson sold a nlco heifer for 20 A few hogs changed hand3 from S to 310 Squire James MoKecbnle sold DO ewes to J C Roblnsou of Boylo at 450 and 27 lambs to Lets 8 Arnold nt 5c FARMERS DEPARTMENT- For Sale Purebred Shropshire ram UdeyStnfortlA few extra buck lambs for sale W D Haqson Moreland Ky 462 For sale Thoroughbred Duroos pair 16 hand mules and a family horse R H Crow Shelby City Ky 464 FARM FoR SALE HO acres 1 12 miles west of High land Well watered fenced 35 acres under cultivation Price reasonable J A King Stanford R R 3 Box J5 Dan Ccuoor sold to Clelt Cole man 25 Durham cattlo nt 675 Mr isJanuary400 pounds on them He also sold to Mr Coleman ninety hogs at 10 cents a pound Harrodsburg Herald For Sale Several fine Jersey cows and heifers registered and high grade and two registered bulls a Shetland rony by Blue Eye Pony buggy and harness Lock Box 161 Stanford For Sate 354acro farm about 7 miles from Stanford 100 acres of tine bottom land as good as you can find In Lincoln county Tile upland fs good The while farm Is well fenced and never failing water thero being tAo good cisterns at tho door a J room dwelling two tenant housed two stock barns and new tobacco learn 96x36 2 corn cribs granary Ico house buggy house etc Will sell ot a bargain In the next 60 days Owners reason for selling is bad health For further particulars see W L McCirty or L R Hughes Lewis Coffey has sold his farm in Elk Spring Valley Wayne county to Shearer Bros for 5000 per Sere for all land under cultivation Mr Cot fey thinks thero will be about 23Q acresThe largest single ahlpnwnt of export catUo which over left Shelby county was made on a special train of twelve cars over the Louis villo and Nashville It carried 208 head nthicb VeruRCd 1I1G pounds Thy cattle tere jvirchaeed by Jouia Cell from W J outl D A ThopiX with the feptloajof eight heat cud gate tunl sIpcU direct to Mor fc 1 Duf 9 cjon England The price was not made public but It IB known that they were bought at a considerable advance over the present market Mr ttunklfl demons of Fayette county bought of Mr Frank Curry ala 464 acre farm on JJalt River paying H5 ttii acre Mr Curry bought tbe place two years ago for C5 on acre This maes 2100 acres of land that Mr Curry owns In this county It U Paid that on one occasion not long ago some one approached Mr Clem ons about buying tome of his land and his answer was that ho didnt know how to make a deed an he never made one In his life Jlarroda burg Herald Mr S T Harris the noted Lincoln county mule man attended the Dan rule fair this week but Is not toWing tiny of Iis stuck this year heretofore be has been making a pretty clean sweep of the blue ribbons Next year he expects to be In the ring again Mr Harris Is very popular In Danville and Is not an infrequent visitor In the city Danville Advocate Two big aalaa Till bo held In tin coin county early In Soptambrr W H Shanks will have n sale nf nil his cut tie and other farm fitook on Sept Clh end on Sept 7th J H Baughruan will have I sale of his mule And other show stock They claim those dates 1111hlltolling Just what they hInt to offer FOR SALE I A small farm of 75 acres situated on Indian Croek Most of this farm Is creek bottom good water 55 acres cleared land 25 in grass good house and other buildings on county road and phone line 20 acres of crpflk bot tom in Umber All of this land can DO culUvated with ease School church and store In two miles of farm This farm lies four miles east of MlddJeburg fdul mlle west of Kings Mountain and near Duncan In Casey near tho Lincoln line Call on or ad dress J J Carter Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you when starting on your trip tills summer It cannot be obtained on board tho trains or steamers Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacks of dlar rhoea sad it Is best to be prepared Sold by Pennys Drug Store fix frCOSriI 1earncii1i I I I I I Clothing Oxfords Straw i Hats Odd Pants SUITS HATS 925 Suits at 1698 3JO Hat at 2OA 2250 Suit at119S 93 Hats at22320 Suit at1398 250 Hats t7818 Suits at 1198 2 Hats at L48 tS Suits at 998 150 Hats at111l1250 Suits at1 898 1 Hat at i 4 79I10 Suits at 98ODD PANTS 56 Suits atu 398 7 Pants t548OXFOt 6 Pants at e4 4 Oxfords at 329 3 Pant at 338 30 Oxford t219 4 Pints 1t298300 Oxiords at 29rs50 Pant at268250 Oxfords at 198 3 Pants att 4225 200 Oxfordsat168 1250 Pints at 4193 SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 183- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 216500CombineiDeposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER f S Hocker President S T H rrU Vicejrtejident H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders lad Bookkeeper J It Harris Bookkeeper Baethma0- MD Elmore Patio aghman J Cummins Harris Robinson Walton Uocktr Murobv the cmcoin bounty national Bank r Of Stanford KtNtucity CAPITAL 6000000 SURPLUS S 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 CHASHIERJL ASST CASH HAYS FCSTtRCLERKIW CartetBlnfordJohnkin TraylorGflbertsCummins Preactwsville Lilbura Gooch Gilbert Creek a r RURAL TEL fPfONeSI MR FARMER Make your home at modern for your family u ice residence and place 10 neJC In uoeltloa to get the latest market rat toy time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which ou and your neighbors can get fora sum that is small with tiebeQelita received CaU or address our nearest once or write directto jeadquartera NMhvill Tcna for information regarding our special uFar men Line retie If you are not present enjoying telephone service we tuckTeoneMeeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO INCOKrORATKOI IF YOU ARE WELL POSTED on lumber we dont need to tell you of good qualities You have found them out for yourself It is the man who knows little about It wo want to reach If you are one we want to say moat emphatically that the heat lumber Is by far the cheap est and that ours Is the best to be had J A ALLEN Stanford K- yliii NorthcotK KY- SUYERtOF 7 All Kinds ofFarm Produce MgrWEHenslalie1ggsPryers lie Turkeys per Ib10cDUC-KS per Ibi8c55HcHidesFeathers 1540c Glnsesj per lb 1500 Yellow Root per lbiilbL25LI-ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN- EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE Wi e nptassyou flhH J 1M cc y IDlftECTOftL J M Ft C B F S T ao C flE C J S W H H a a at IU FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the Wtnnrord and Ot ten helm pike containing 133 12 acres well watered one hundred acres In grass 60 acres for wheat Tins land I 4Atcsrtr fruit Urns a modcra nsv iili room house cistern at door collar and oil neccsary outbuildings two tenant louses largo barn now silo free mall delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 miles to union church M Will make terms easy W F DIshon Stanford Ky Box 41 Phone 8 rings Noticex For the next 20 days wo will sell our tobacco Ilogsheads at mill at I 4110 each Wo also have somo fine white and brown leghorn cockerels fpr sale Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky CUT Fioycns FOR SALE I can fnrnlia th pnbliowlth the beet M orallWlot JseraakeayecJMtt et wyaMhs f rJ t eprloesOlinlBTlrAJaRitEN Eo UUBBAVD aoa- Stanford Kr I Spring Summer Stock 1penncesamplea baud rpady for your lape4ttoaN i L 7 IORtJlLSyTTt r T I