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Itfll.A Special to Interior Journal FROM HUSTONYILLEl LANCASTER CHURCH J"1"'1" their bicycles to see Father DAY IN LANCASTER. New York, August 9th, 1010 Mayor Oaynor Was thot by a man TARIFF ENDORS n'med Gallagher this morning, and OWING CITY $58 OTHER LIVE CONDUCTED BY DR. SPENCER CD BY COUNTY CONVENTION BAND AND FIREWORK8 hit wound li believed to be fatal. J. H. Baughman Sells Out BRASS IN BUCNA VMVA LAOV DEAD NEWS FROM WEST END OF 1200 It tald to be n employs. CASH AND PRIZES TO HEnE SATURDAY. UARRAUD GOSSIP LINCOLN He said that Mayor Oaynor took away BE GIVEN AWAY living to ne sought revenge. Lincoln county retiubllcAna went on nit H. C. BAUHMAN BUYS HIS HOME Oaynor hat made a great reputation Lancaster. Aug. 8. record as being Hustonvllle, Aug 8 at the AND FARM Tho citizens of Stanford and vicinA arles of meetings began at tho J. B. Floyd who claims his home to county mass convention held here Sat- ilnce taking t"e mayoralty chair and ity are cordially Invited by the Bowhat been making the bett executive bo In Dayton, O., and later on Ten. Christian church Sunday morning conurday afternoon nt which delegate A deal was concluded today by man Realty Company to be present at were appointed to the district n,n. the metropolis hat had In teoret of nessee nidge Casey county was ar-- ducted by Elder I. J. Snenccr. of the ventlon to be held In Danville today yean He nat been ttrongly contid rosicu oy our marshal last week for Central Chrlstlnn church, Lexington, which James H, Baughman sold hlii the Grand auction lot sale to be held nrotpeetlve candidate for selling whisky He sold ono quart to and known as one of the nblcst men liandsome lymie and farm on Somerat which a cnndldato for congress win rc1 bo nominated. The PavnivAMrfnh tnr. , tne next Demeeratle nomination for Mnrslinl Hot ring nnd smaller amount of his denomination In tho stato. set plko to ilfliry C. Baughman, cash- at Lancaster Thursday, Aug lttn. on ....... . president of tho now addition, known as Hatelden to J C. Jesse. Ills flno was bolng Miss Mabel Myers, a flno vocalist, of the United States. Iff law which even nmny of the bent has been engaged for tho ier of tho First national Hank. There Heights. s worKon out on mo streets and not republican of the nation pronounce A brass band will be In attendance wntched very close, ho escaped song service and will certainly lend aro about 2C0 acres In tho place and n ranK injustice to the peoplo, was Casey Comty Couples leaving a tmlanco dun ot 158.00 much Interest to tho revival by bcr tho residence, which Is of tho old all day. Daylight fireworks, a new endorsed In tho resolutions adopted, nt feature In tho fireworks line, will b sweet Blnglng. Watch out for htm plena though they wero contpicuouiUy iillent colonial type, Is ono of tho handsom- shown throughout Capt II II. Fowler, of Louisville, tho day, Hov. D. W Robertson, Presiding El- est In this section. on the Aldrlch Cannon ollicorchy Tho price paid Never In The resolution proposed t'nlted HAVE NARROW ESCAPE WHILE who took ono thousand excursionists der, preached at tho Methodist church wns not' made public, but is under- and vicinity the history of Lancaster DRIVINQ THRO' JUNCTION CITY from hereabouts some years past, to Saturday and Sunday, has there been itch an, conducting Hiatus Senator Hrndley for Harper, Kas , was hero last week Fourth Communion oervlce and quar- stood to have been a still one for thin opportunity for the Investor, as well dent, and alto endorsed the adminislooking nfter Western travelers. He terly conference. builder. Haselderi placo Is said by many to bo one of as tho homo tration of Governor Wlllson and Presl-Cen- t Junction City A113 8 Heights has all tho advantage of a Miss Sallic Adklns dfitl at her homo the most desirable In tho county. Mr nnd Mrs. Frank Hardin, of Lib-t- Is traveling passenger agent for tho Taft city lot, without its disadvantages: hod n mirrow escape last week great Illinois Central system now and at Iluena Vista n'ter seveal months' It Is the former resldenco of Mr water, cement walks, electric lights, Nineteen good republicans wero Is a wldo awake hustler. decllno of tuberculous. She was a de- S II. Baughman, who named n delrfciites from Lincoln to while driving through Junction City Myers & sold It to his wide streets, etc. Combine fho aboru. aughn shipped one car the District Convention nt Danvllio Thoy were driving n two horso team of No. 1 butcher cattlo to Clnctnnntl voted and consistent member of the son a tow years ago. with the fact that the city must grow I'reibyterlnti church, tho funeral beThey go uninstructcd So far tho Somnbody passing popped their whip Saturday for" which thoy paid Mr. Baughman's salo ot tho place In that dlrctlon and you have ono of to name of no particular man has been nnd the horses driven by tho liar-din- s 1 cents and thiy havo on hand fifty ing conducted by her pastor, the Uev. Is preliminary to his big ' closing out tho best propositions tver offered to .Mr. Walton. began kicking and running tiuggested aa a sultablo cnndldlatn to snlo of all his show mules and brood tho public, and the public are wore finally brought to .1 head of good cnttle for sale Hornco L. Walker, ot this place, stock which will talto placo at the ly Invited to como to tancaster cordlil , opjxwe Hon. Harey Helm. The dele- They Lincoln Walls of Klnga Mountain 1 hurs-daystandstill but one of tho horsnx wns a successful huckster was who holds a lucratlvo position gates from Lincoln aro: In farm on Sept C. Possession will be Messrs. August llth and Inspect taken seriKdmlstnn, IC t) Soaks, Jesse fco badly cut nnd bruised that the ously III last Thursday while on the Washington City In the census depart- given tho new owner soon after the property. $200 In cash and prizesthis John !s Price, John A Illaln, J C Napier, Journey could not bo continued The road, nnd was taken to Mrs. Snllle ment, ha recently had tho good for sale. to he given away to tho ono holding Thomas Ferrlll. I'red Carson, A 0 Hardlns were en routo to Washing- Walls' his mother whero ho Is report- tuno to receive a promotion. He U at the lucky tlckPH, which will be dla homo now on a vacation and Is a Falconer, linker Hubble, K. L Davison ton county as tr"-- fed on the wounds Dinner will Ernest Taylor. 14 year old son of edThe baring genuine cholirn A II Florence, t. W Gentry. V D brother ot Attorney L. I Walker and At $90 An Acre air be served on the grounds and a volunteers ot the Christian Tanlln". Harrison Uraham, Anderson Joseph Turner had a blood curdling church Sunday hcIiooI will glvo a uni- Editor Green Clay Walker. cc ' al welcome Is oxtendi-to all. Carr. II C Arnold, A U Cnrninn, and experience the other night Ho was que art gallery entertainment nt tho Stanley Hill and Miss Mattlc :.i lots will be sold to colored peo-- r' held up b two masked men on the Ora Uoocli wore married in tho city ot J. F. COVER SELLS HIS FARM TO handsome home of .Mr and Mrs Km-.nunder any consideration. n mile and from McCormack on West Main streU Danville ny llev Air, Shouse Liter, It Is snld to hao been Knob i.kk pike They rifled hnlf pock-'t- s KNOX COUNTY MAN Both City his agreed among the leaders that Hon. C Junction got only on Aug 13th Deglnnlng nt 2 30 P bride and groom are from this county but cents Ono of M , tho older people will be enter-uilne- living near Camp Dick Robinson. M. Hanna, of Shelby coutnv, will reOne of the largest sales of real esMany Hearts Made Happy tho men flashed n gun In the faee of Mrs. T. J. Price entertained Satur- tate In this section for some time was until 5 P. M., nnd from 730 to ceive the 'ongresslonal nomination tho young man while another held 11 II P M , the younger ore Invited to nt day evening for her nephew, T. J. consummated this week when J. F huge knlfu drawn over hi hend tend The entire community Is earnst- - Price, Jr. The guests of honor were Gover sold his farm of 235 acres on CAN CUPID HAS BEEN BUSY IN When young Turnor was released ho ly Lincoln Wall solicited to attend and they will J C Hemphill, ol Louisville, and Jo- the Peyton's Well road to W. A. made a bee lino for his home and THIS SECTION LATELY. never hnvo cause to regret It. Ad seph Rogers, classmates of young Mr. of Knox county He received no grass grew under his feet His 10 cents Price. T he hours were front 4 to 5 t'Jli an acre for It making tho deal InDIES AT KING'S MOUNTAIN AFTER father say It Is difficult to get him to mission Congressman Harvey Helm deserves nnd delightful refreshments were ser- volve about 121,150. Ti.a farm has a LI'tle Dan Cupid has been very busy go out side of th door after sundown SHORT ILLNESS. much credit for his elforts In securing ved nice home on It and Is' considered a In Lincoln county recently, and many slnco his frightful experience Improvements that greatly enhance Waller C. Hudson left tho past week splendid piece of property. It is about young hearts have been made happy Lincoln Wall on of tho best known Dr 11 S Chase says there Is onl) At the home of James Brown near the Golden, our county. residents of King's! Mountain Section, one case of tphold fever In June The rural route service In county hot for take n Colorado, where ho goes live miles from Stanford. Kings Mountain Rev, R. R. Noel on to nirnl carriers of tho three years' course In min Tjhe rest of those who tiled at his home there Inst week .ifter tlon City Sunday Aug. 7th said the words that ho will a short Illness ol Mlrlghts disease are supposej to have typhoid nr tern proposed oppoxe the contract syg eralogy and metallurgy, preparatory which made Mr. V. C. Gllliland. and by enemies of tho rural 10 becoming an assay 1st and mine lo Family Reunion He was .it years of Axe and one ot ttio suffering from malaria. Mr. Clay Ml8 Birdie Brown man and wife. A Im cator. Young Mr. Hudson Is tho oldAll carriers should most respected men bf the cominunll Fox Is said to hi tho only real ty carriers mediately securo the signatures of large number of He Is survived by hi, wire and sevtral phoid patient und he caught tho Ulu Lh"ir patrons to a petition to tho Post est son of the banker, Mr B. F. Hud-- f TO BE HELD BY DESCENDANTS tives were present friends and rela on, and has had exceptionally fine ed at tho happy oc ase whll away from home. xrown children OF MRS. MURPHY AUG 11 Cenerjl nsklng a contlnuence ucational advantages and made well Master casion. Their Immediate attendants Funeral servlcot were conducted b) Pinker Tray nor while cutting kind of prnsent rural mall service with par of them. Reynolds were Mr. Fred arid Miss Squire J A Singleton Monday when llnp almost tut his brother's finger off poitt On next Thursday Aug. 11 Mrs. Sal-I- e Maude Brown. Both of these younc; Cards aro out announcing: the com- nil that was mortal of tills good man Doth are chlldn-n- . and James Travnor celMessrs clause added. Williamson and William Murphy, familiarly known to every- people have a wide circle of friends Ing nuptlalB or Hugh T. Logan and hnd reached down to get some kind- John Roberts, of Lexington una laid to rost, were down Mrs. Mary Miller Frlsble. both of this one In the Kings Mountain section as who will wish them much happiness. ling, when the arcldent occurred. power rlty. The marriage will take place "Aunt Sallle," will celebrate her 92 They are both school teachers and are last week In their The five months old infant of Mr auto with Mr. and Mrs Wednesday, August 17th at tho home birthday and a family reunion will be suited to make each other the best or und Mrs William White died from John for a das visit Rockcastle Mines. s n. Rlffe through life. of the bride's parents, Mr. a'nd Mrw. held at Pleusam Point Baptist church an attack of cholera Infantum young Henry Gooch a The wife John Walls, near Geneva, lohn W. Miller. Mrs. J. A. Amon gave Five generations of her family will be died last week ot flux and was burled a handsome reception In and Miss Myrtle honor of ths present. There will be services at the farmer In marriage's holy Austin, were MAY BE REOPENED BY COAL COM at SHider grave vard Saturday In tho bride-elec- t bonds at the last Friday evening at church lu celebration of tho event united Kings PANY MT. VERNON NEWS. presence ot many friends and rela- which a large number were present nnd everybody is Invited to come and home ot Mr. Ed Austin on July 21st. very popular and have many tives. Tho Joint County Teachers' Insti- bring with them well filled baskets They are Mt Vernon. Aug S Mrs. Mollle Crltes and daughter tute, including Garrard and Boyle Jasper Thompson and wtfe, or Wood for the dinner which will be served on hearty congratulations. The Dig Hill Coal Co, have some Miss Georgia of Wilmington. O. aro bo hold In Danville beginning; Aug will the grounds. William Mlddleton a far.29, prospectors at work arond the old stock, aro visiting Dr. and J. W spending mer of Garrard county, took ono ot the week with their parenU Supt. M. A. Cassldy, of Lexington and mines at Johnetta, this county and It Thompson Mr and Mrs. George A. Eubank. Lincoln's fairest daughters "when ho IN THE ELEVENTH Mlsa Leila Patrldpo of Richmond will Is generally understood from parties .Miss Angle Carpenter has returned be the'pHuclpal Dennle and I.ella Gooch visited W was married to Miss Ella Frailer at Instructors. who aro In position to know, that this from New York State where she took D. Johnson. Attorney Charles F. Montgomery, ot the "home of Mr. W. 1,. Frazler. Wm. Ii. Lawson bought 30 Iambs ot company will reopen these mine Rev. J. G. Livingston sld the words Wm. Bettls for Gc Jesse Fox bought Liberty, passed through here last at once says the Signal These mines The little on of Dr Craig, of Stan- a thorough course In expression and a elocution from the leading teachor ot good buncn ot lambs of Capt. Am week en routo to the meeting of ).he which made Richard Dyehouse and what might be termed "dad ford visited Hulcee Acton. have tnis attractive profession. She spent Bourne. Democratic committeemen or the llth Miss Sabra Plummer tnau and wlfo lor throe or four years, but the prosMr J, M Johnson, ot Somerset, a week at Chautauqua where Miss Jessie Doty, of this place, was district held at Barbourvllle. A dis- at hfs home near Crab Orchard. Many pects now look good for reopening and sne was delighted ana greatly bene- married In Richmond last Saturday to trict convention to be held at Somer- good wishes from their numerous martin anew, The branch lino of th v Itl tod friends and relatives here. fited by Its belli giving wutoi and Mr. George Bogard, an electrician. set Sept. 22 was decided on to name friemU and loved ones r,o put to these ! H. N. fUllronl runs up to Johnetta Mr. Wallace Walter, wtfe and Jos- bracing atmosphere. The bride Is the second daughter of a candidate tor congress. County con- couples for complete happ'lnss. If work starts again this road 'will eph attended the Lancaster fair. and Mr. W. H. Alberlson wife and two Mr. Jesse Doty and Is a young lady ventions will be held on Sept. 17 a carry the coal from the mines. Mrs. Maude Walden, of Durnslde, handsome daughters, of Mc4dvllle, Mo. s of exceptional beauty. few days after the died Mrs. 'Matilda Jane Cummins lslted the Springs Full Up last week after an Illness of several and Mrs. Cora Lacy visited their last week. family of F. M. Peavyhouse Mrs. J. G. Burnslde, and daughter. primary. Miss Annie Belle Burnslde and Mrs. months. She was at the home of father Mr. It. J. Ilogue. Miss Myrtle Albertton. of Belle Burnslde are at BatUo Iter son"W. C. Cummins. Mr. T. M Alton) and wife visited Tenn. u Ktest this week of Mich , for a recuperative stay. Creek, SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION CRAB ORCHARD HAVING GREATWalltn, ot Lincoln Mr. Dlshoa at Morelana. Mrs." Lizzie MI IlelUe Pearyhouxe. EST SEASON IN YEARS Mr. A. C. Robinson Is at county, has bea with her daughter again The Lincoln County Sunday School Miss Ooode and sWter Llllln of Louis after a pleasant visit to borne daugh- convention of Mr. It. O. DMly and wife, of I.V hla the Christian churchej Mrs. Alice Tate vine, aro ipendms tho wseK with ter. Mrs. J. B. Paxton, ot Stanford Murpby. will to held at Turnersvlllo on Aug Wlllbi Adams who Is telegraphing at banks visited Mr M. Crab Orchard. Aug 8 Judge H W. Bataon, ot Louisville, 24th. A fine program lias been pre ShelbyClty. was with his parrnts Mr, The Surber boys are threshing their paronH Mr and MM. Judge J. This one ot Crab Orchard Springs I Oo(lo on Western Avenue is here with Mr a'nd Mrs. R. H Bat-so- n pared aud It is especially important biggest seasons In years. The hotels And Mrs. Abo Adaiat Monday wheat In this nelgnborbood. i.o choir meeting of the that every Bible school should be rep are crowded and have found it neceu-saryt- o Mrs. Sarah Maret, ot tho Wlldle aec will be ncld on Tuenuay and The Sunday School Union held nt . v.i-resented. Every superintendent In they tlon, was with her daughter Mrs. J. be unFriday evenings at the church at 7:30 Is Miss Rhoda Pitman, of Parksvllle. the county should be present at this able to announce thatany will guests Pleasant Point church a'im a auccoia visiting Misses Jennie and Mary Ktsh from Friday !.. Monday. more accommodate P. M. Please attend Rankin. convention as he will gain Information before Tuesday, Aug. 9th, All tho Mrs. 'Cleo Ilrown and Miss Itlstle In every particular. A number ot othMr. J. P. Denham, of SVnltABis Mrs. Silas Ashley and son, Mau- and Inspiration that will give new guests are seemingly having wore at Crab good Orchard er churches were well represented bo, areand Mrs. their sons AlfonioJumvisiting and rice, have returned from a protract llfo to his work. Dinner will be served time and are undaunted by the acrowdSpring during this week nnd an Interesting program was car- Virgil In Ludlow, Ky., this week dnd ed stay at Tampa, Florida. on the grounds by the Turnersville ed conditions. For Instance, In one Mrs. W. J, cilldrem and children a very case, Mrs. Mattlo P. Frlsble and grand- peoplo and wo hope to wero hero this week from Huston-vtll- ried out among those who 1.00k part uext and Mrs. H II. Camnltz are eighteen guests In tour Mr have re son, Hudson Frlsble, returned Monday enjoyable and profitable have Either rooms.there day. with relatives in the dUcuslons were turned from a delightful two weeks from a week's visit to Mr and Mm. Brother Hopkins or Brother Frazee nurse, The Springs base ball team defeated Mrs. I'atay Drown, trained StnKleton, ntny at Russell Kcv, J T Hosklns, D. M. walker. rame down from Stanford Monday and J C McCIary, of Stanford, llev proved In health. Springs much Im W. C. Price, of Danville. the town team Saturday by a score ot will be presenL Mrs Richard Burton and Miss May 7 to 2. Level Green to nurse und drove out to (1. Tllford and It. 0. Dally ot A great birgaln carnival ot tun Is Broaddus left last week for Niagara There will be a tincy dress masked ADDITIONAL PERSONALS John llrnd Cummins who hug been W. I'.ev. J. A. Slmtlclon aud A, assured for all who attend the nrt Falls and other Interesting points very low with feor ball at Crab Orchard Springs on ftallery entertainment. Miss Nell uoswell, of Louisville. Is Miss Frances Sparks, tho popular 0 Coker, ot Pleasant Point. Mrs. Mr T K. Underwood and daughters Thursday evening, Aug. 11, and prizes Miss Emma Summit, nnd attractive daughter of Mr. W J Laura Lee nnd T S. lleiibon, of Mid- - Miss , and her ComVst, of of J'liil visiting at the home of Miss Agnes of Springfield, Mo., left Monday for will be given to lady and gentleman vo sisters Dei. .iiitinn Is CavlKstoa wiser-M- rs dleburg. There wero plenty or re- Carey county arc cnarming guests tnis Miles. Miss Minnie Gulley Is in Lex- their home after a Msit 10 .vir. J. u having most striking costumes. audiington, visiting her sster, Mrs. V H Crall will receive and cision by secret ballot ot tho Roberts snd family nt Hubble grounds nnd every veek of Mr. nnd Mrs Allen Stephen- - and enjoying tho fair Miss Georgia are ence; Mrs. E kin. of Mr. Judso It. (1 Williams will entortaln freshments on tho nt their handsome homo Maple- - King, of Dltmlnglmm. Ala. Is the guests nnd his sister, Mrs.Louisville d U. M. In her honor nt that city's fathlon body went away feeling It was good 8on of wood. guest of Mlssess Ray and Ella New-r- y abloxountry club. TIE GAME AT DUNNVILLE to havo been there Mhs Goodloe Lackey, of Kansas, Little Miss Lucilo Ireland has isAN EXPEUTS OPINION OF ShlN City, Is visiting .Mrs. D. M Lackey and little frlendi In a fast game Ot ball at Dunnvllle. sued Invitations to her Dili EASES daughter, Miss Jennie Lackey Mrs to a party next Friday afternoon In Casey couuty, u tie was played Cleaned Up Docket Three Railroaders A prominent national expert on Charles Denhnm, of Nlcholasvllle, is celebration of her second birthday Mlddleburg Russell and pkitt diseases whose namo you aro fa- with her parents Mr. and Mrs Alex Ten innings were played Mrs. Joo Falconer and children, ot Pprlngs miliar with says that In all nls scien- West Val Cook is at Crab Orchard Mlddlesboro. passed through here on The features were Holt's pitching alSPECIAL TERM OF COURT DID HAVE CLOSE CALL IN KING'S tific experience he has never found Springs for a weeks stay Miss Nan- Monday en route to their home nfter lowing but three hts; also tho runMUCH GOOD WORK. MOUNTAIN TUNNEL so hard a disease to conquer us Ec- cy Goodloe, of Springfield Is visiting a visit to relatives in iancasier. ning catches made by Wilson and Caught In the middle or King's zema. Yet ho does not hesitate to hor cousin, Mrs. W H Arnold Mrs Mrs. Leroy Carpenter, of Pennsyl- Maderas and the "stick" work by At tho recent special term of tho Mountain tunrel, on account of u recommend Zemo as a most success- John Duncan, of Toledo, O., has been and Wilson getting two three baso vania, nee Miss Mattle Menefee, is Lincoln circuit court when criminal a recent visitor of Mrs. II. M. Ballon car, three men nearly lost ful remedy for tho treatment ot parenU, Mr. and Mrs. J. N hits. casea only were tried, out of a docket derailed itching skin diseases, dandruff, Miss Willie Pierce ot Louisville who with her week by suffocation. RHE Score last their composed of 133 cases, tho court clear They lives held In the tunnel for an pimples, blackheads and all other dis- has been Miss Mattle Leo Hubblo's Mcnetee 9 2 2 were Miss Lula O Dodge, of Nogales, Ariz Russell Springs., up 105, which Is considered a splencd 3 6 2 hour and forty minutes, and when eases of the skin and scalp. He s.iys Kucst Is now with her sister Mrs. Os- nnd Mrs. Isabella Henry, of Chicago, Mlddleburg did record. ehey finally got out they were com- that not only do its curatlvo qualities car Ray, ot Buckeye. Three baso hits, Wilson tbell: Two; arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. After peremptory Instructions bad pletely exhausted from the ettects of make It popular but also the fact that base hits'. Perryraaa; Struck out by OWslcy leen given In UVor ot J. M McCarty tho smoke, heat and gases. They it Is a clean liquid remedy for external Mr. J. S. Hocker is taking his va- Holt 11; by Hater 9. Tike two hours In two casea for permitting minors to were Conductor James Vf. Davis, En- use. A great Improvement over the Otteikekn cation at the northern lakes. He will Umpire Hobson ,' AUeflfance S60. play pool, the other 17 Indictments gineer Ooten and sectlonmun George old style greasy salves aud lotions . be Joined there by his brother. It. against Dim on these grounds were Smith. Midway In the tunnel, which which are not only unpleasant to use LOOKS LIKE A GOOD THING Miss Ida Gutenson Is here from Cin- Hocker, ot Kansas City. daughter, of dismissed. long, a car was but do not destroy the germ llfo that Is more than a mllo Mrs. S. D. Carter and It la said that James Hughes who derailed on "account of tho breaking destroys the disease. Zemo draws the cinnati visiting her parents. J. Mr. J. S. Darnell, ot Frankfort Is Mrs, Anna Petry U at home from Lou!avllf4 are tho guests ot Mrs. was sentenced to servo five years ou ot a roll. Tho combined efforts of germs to the surface and destroys here again, In the Interest ot the HenJackson, Miss,, she will spend some L. Tottea and family woman, will the chargo ot detaining a crew and Mr, Sinlta wno them, leaving the skin clear and WeaMrs. C. B. Pannybaker and chlldron, ry Clay Fire Insurance Co., the newly appeal his, caso to tho court ot ap- the train hand was necessary to lthy. Can be used freely oa tnfsnts. time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. ot Danville, are the guests of Mr. organized Kentucky Company which was near peals, his attorney and friends feel- replace theatcar and repair the track Mr. O. 1 Penny will gladly supply Russell. is sweeping the state by storm, aoae Mrs. Minnie llearn, ot Crawfords-vllle- , Arthur Hill. ing that the higher court will make could be moved. who call with a free sample botof the strongest men in the State aro Ind., Is visiting her sister Mrs. a different view of the facts that did before tho train the Inside wltU the those Zemo and a booklet which extle ot behind the new company and It U The work on TO THE PUBLIC NOTICE C. W. Itussell the lower jury. making a splendid record. Many lo small crew was quite difficult, aad be- plains In simple language ull about Emll Bless went to Cincinnati Sunyourthe train was ready to bjoto on, bkln discuses and how to euro I have bom Informal that the news cal men are taking stock. day to spend a few days with his Dysentery la n dangerous disease fore entlro rrew was practically dis self at home with Zemo. the Is going that I have closod down on; friend and relatives. but can be cured. Cuumboluln'a Colic abled. Miss Martha Meier and her mother account ot having no cook. 1 desire has Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed If your liver Is MuggUh and out any one wishing to come to The management Ot Waltons Opera leen successfully usd in nine epiin hnvlnc a coueh medicine, doat House Is pleased with the crowds that were over Sunday from Highland and 10 Inform the Springs with Mrs. demics ot dysentery. It haa never Jtemtdy. Thehe is so danges from it.j fcrv coming out to the plcturo show spent the day has gone A. Stainpfiey Elixirwater lu to get the benefit ofthat tone, and you feel dull, bilious, to Cincinnati best Ben Busse tho Uulted States take a dose of Chamberbeen known to fall. It Is equally bo afraid to ge uoinDeriaia's long Is being run each nignt. it is to see his brothers, from there ho will we havo as fine a cook as there Is in for children and adults, and and relief Is sure td follow. Especial. thht Intention to run an upto-uat- o their go to Cold Water, O , and spend a tow Kentucky und will give, yqu good welt lains Stomach and Liter Tablets to when reduced wHa water aad sweeten ly recommended for coughs, colds and umusemeat show, god pictures, uew days with his uncle. rooked wholesome food. Come and night before retiring aad you will t ud, it Is pleaMBt to take. Sold by Pea whooping cough. Sold by Penny's each night, with good soagu, music Miss Margaret aud Mollle Bless, arelftc. F, M Sims, Pror. Elixir Springs, all right In the mronlag. Sold by Penny's Drug Start. , Drug Store. etc. The adsalssloq Is 5 and 10 cents. at from Claclunati, 'rulUn- their Kentucky, , ny's Drug Store. LINCOLN REPUBUCANS NEW YORK'S MAYOR SHOT MAY AND DIE BOOTLEGGER ESCAPES REVIVAL BEGINS AT ARE "STAND PAtTEtS" - "Leo PAYNE-ALDRIC- Gal-lagh- y "stand-patti-rs- ' be-In- Vlco-Pre- y zi hi Hoi-com- b It d d Wor-sha- 'J help-meet- well-know- n Moutain. well-know- en Powers-Edward- Hock-woo- t. Clu-lsl'a- th e Grn New-lan- a. d, val-uab- hee - tiMk.'PAQB TWO. - wtr Mini im ' 5. - 1NTBRIOR JOURNAL The BVWIT Interior Journal. EaUblbhcd 1872. Tfcc Thirteenth Ccusis 1 a LESLIE ANDERSON'S ARTICLE ON HOW IT IS MADE. from last Friday) tho present census was made, all tho returns from such city must be passed upon In the bureau hero and each faml ly assigned to the proper wards whero It lUes. This requires much corrcs pondence and ench day hundreds of letters go out from the office asking for a variety of Information. All theso letters bear tho signature of F. Dana Onrand, as director of the census, alsees a one though ho scarcely of them. The Geographer Division does also the work of searching the old census records of 1K50 nnd 1SC0 to verify as to ngo the claims made upon tho Pension office by persons who nro ap plying lor pension or an Increase In their pension. This worn Is rather dry and uninteresting. Some times the proper name can be found within five (Continued fP90W0000MMm00t4wS'V4Vl .. TUESDAY AUGUST Olh JP10 . t AND FHIDAY At $1 Ter Year In Advance. 8AUFLEY ' TUBSDAY DON'T LET THE 1 HELTON PublUhtr Entered at the Tost Offlco at Stan ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. Republican lenders of prominence outside the "Bloody Eleventh" are get tins Into the fight to attempt to beat Caleb Powers for the nomination for Listen to Sam Hoberte, Congress. collector of Internal Tlcvenuc, In his OPPORTUNITY PASS INVEST A FEW HUNDRED DOL- -i LARS IN STOCK OF THE V I '1 ti eer I Mi III Hi VralBwawawawawa "' Leader: Taking as a text that Caleb rowcre nays he Is a member of tho chur h and Is, therefore a moral man, the London Echo lights Into him and charges him with tho fracture of nearly every moral law Is the category, as well as a large number of the statute books. In fact It makes charges that if a democratic paper would make, there would be a howl among the republican papers, all over the country. Not only Is he chargel with inciting to riot and bloodshed at Frankfort but fleeing in disguise with a pardon in his pocket, when his sins could no longer be condoned. Tho arraignment is terrific, and if the half of it be true, the sentence of death, from which a democratic Court of Ap peals rescued him, ought, in all Jus tice, to have been Inflicted. Mr. Powers ought not have exposed himself to the revivication of such charges from his former friends. It would have been a great deal better for him to have retired to obscurity, anl been forgotten, than to have let his ambition overleap Itself to warm a seat in congress. The goal, if he wins, is not worth it Besides, what could he be, more than a notch cm a stick, with his only claim to recognition, that he was charged, and three times found guilty of conspiracy to assassinate a man who was legally proceeding to secure his rights, and that he accepted a pardon from a partisan Governor, when he could have shown his innocence, if he was The Hon. Robert B. Franklin was abused and villlfled for producing sworn charges against Powers In court he was simply doing his bounden duty. But even backed by the testimony that ho had, Mr. Franklin never made as serious charges against him as his former friends are now doing and proving that in pardoning him, Governor Willson committed an unpardonable crime. Lexington - HENRY CLAY Jl1 JLIJtl Are II ' pSBMlfiaawawaSi r I II Iff B fy w BwawawLTBwawawawawawaT I I RtGISTtftCO , .KWIKCWtft "PltM minutes, but often it requires two days time and a search through fifty thousand names before the right one Is found. ill WALK to-d- ay -- OVER -- SHOES There are both day and night crews at the Census work. The day work Is from 8 to 4:30 wlu thirty minutes for lunch. The night work Is from 3:45 to 11:00 with fifteen minutes for lunch. Many of the employes seek the night shift as It gives them a splendid opportunity to sco the city in the day time. Only four hours work Is done on Saturday during July, Aug. nnd September. These half holidays are granted by executive order. The main census offices are at First and B. streets northwest in a low building rented by the government for the purpose. There Is nothing here to see except work and wastQjiaper and visi tors are not aumiuea to me rooms The kejnote of work here is not speed but nccuarcy. Nobody ever gets In a hurry but when a piece of work Ic finished it roust be correct. If the 1 slightest Irregularity exists anywhere all the time necessary is taken to re- movo the doubt and mako things Things that would never be straight questioned by the average business concern are looked into with discern ment until everything tallies exactly, Kentucky has between 80 and 90 appointees in tho bureau here now. Most of them are from the eastern section of the State. There are only fifteen omn from Kentucky, her nroDortlon is this respect being much smaller than the other States. I have met many of them, and that charac terlstlc something which forces ac quaintanceship of Kentucklan with Kentuckian when away irom nom.e is nowhere better exemplified than hero. The reeular aDDolntees from Ken I tucky in the government service here have an organization Known as ine Kentucky Club. Mr. Bert Clotnier of Somerset is secretary of the club. 1 Insurance Company. 1 NOW WRITING FIRE INSUR-- f the most extensively advertised footwear in the world. A pretty big statement, but it is true. Manufactured in every leather used in footwear and in almost 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 made'to-day- . I ANCE ON A CONSER--H VATIVE BASIS. A KENTUCKY i COMPANY WITH t J BRIGHTEST f PROSPECTS. : H. J. McRoberts. Q. L. Penny R. H. Coffej ' E. R. Coleman Ice Cream Soda Water Commission Prison made a splendid move when it reappointed Col B E. Mudd as Warden of the Frankfort penitentiary. lie is the best warden a State prison in The State H ROCKCASTLE i TH- EI I r CAPITAL and SURPLUS - $500,000. LIST OF DIRECTORS HENRY CLAY FIRE INSURANCE CO. Kentucky has had for a half century. There was no politics in this appointment. Col. Mudd was given the place at first because he demonstrated that he could "make good."' The wood-chuc- COUNTY FAIR. BRODHEAD, KY. Phosphates k AUGUST 17, 18, 19. dropped dead, however, when Mott Ayres was appointed employ 'AN EXPOSITION FULL jtnent ogeut under the new parole law, OF INTEREST, MORE at $1,200 a year Mott was Sergeant-a- t SIGHTS TO;SEE. MORE Everybody arms at the last senate. EXHIBITS TO ADwho has ever been at Frankfort knows Mott. MIRE, AND MORE Rev Walter Vreeland, an earnest and PLEASURE TO ALL. conscientious Methodist divine, succeeds "our Joe" Severance a3 iuap-lal- n GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION AND at Frankfort, if political exigenPARACHUTE LEAP EACH cies, demanded the decapitation of DAY OF THE FAlRi such a splendid official as Dr. Severance there's no one we would rather TAKE A RIDE ON THE MERRY-G- O Bee Frank P. James Pres... Frankfort Ky Captain E. Farley, Frankfort Ky Wllllsm Addams Cynthlana Ky Dr. J. C. Willis Lexington Ky Lexington, Ky. J. L. Watkfnt Judge Matt Walton ... Lexington, Ky F. O. Stllr....... Lexington, Col. Chat. E. Hoge,.... Frankfort Lexington W. B. Brock Lexington Garrett D. Wilson, Lexington, H. . Hoffman R. B. drape Juice 3 fj s And a Large List of Genuine Ky Ky Ky Thirst Onpnrhirc At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. if: Ky Ky Ky jH Jillton Congleton,-...- . Watson,....--...Lexington Frankfort Lexington W. T. E. H. hae it than "Brother" Walter. AROUND I Secretary of State Bruner has isBand Concerts ! sued a condensed report of the conditTHIS WILL BE THE BICCEST EVEVT ion of the 481 Kentucky State Banks MISS IT OF THE YEAR-DO- NT asd Trust Companies and of 112 Mat lunal Banxs at close of uuslness Juno Tht Rod From Crab Orchard to Brodh.ad li In Splendid Shape For Conveyance.. 30th, 1910. The total resources of Stato banks is given as $104,265,254,-73-; of National Banks, $113,711,218.-01-, GranvillelOwens, President. making a total of $217,976,472.74. 1 Liberal Premiums, Daily Jarres 8. Helm.., H. G. Garrett John B. Gorham W. A. McDowell. George Bohon J. W. Thacker Ky Ky. Lexington, Ky Pl SBBBBBBBBBSBBEEEER J.L.Beazley&Co., W. A. Wlncheatr Lexington Ky Ky Ky Ky ...Lexington, Harrodiburg, ... M.J. Farrls ii. WW. ... . ......... Allen B. Cole Georgetown Ky .J !. Danville, Ky Maysvllle Ky ii V Furniture and Undertaking. aaVaVavavJa4aKavJaVetaVaVavHBM TRIBBLE. o o o o o I Clauda J?. Snyder, San' I 9tf' yr. A.J. J, P. Haggard, Secretary. Ringmaster. n i n Day Thone 28. Night Tbone 133. Stanford, HenturKy. CONCRETING and Emhalto-era- . Alo Dealer iu Pur inture, Maltinga.Rupi. They will exchange Furniture tor jiii Kino, of Stock. Give Tbein a Call. Pric Ritht TAM-OUD. Undertake COL. CHANDLER, YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean Coal; No Slack. The State's Industrial Show Window Wr are In po.llton todonll kind, of concreting, tuoh at Illoek Work. IaTnMnt. and, in fact. w can make any thing from a aouM down to a frnco poet. We ran aorro-yupromptly and guarantee nr.t-clawork and malarial. Call and get oar price. before you buy your material at lea.t. ALWAYS BE PREPARED. for what often happens and may happen to you at any time. Fires can't be prevented. To avoid possible losses one must be Insured in a responsible company that adjusts cases promptly. Policy holders In Fish and Pennington's companies who meet with, losses aie uniformly satisfied with the settlements they secure. The public understands this as well as we. Be safe Vy being Insured at once. ion-stantl-y yll rJ LIJn 3X?foXim $30,000 In Premiums EIGHTH ANNUAL 7,000 Entries Last Year. 150,000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR. - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, i ft Kj. Harry Jacobs, Dfaler In and Manufacturer of HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO- DROME AT'NIGHT Marble and Cranlto MonuMarker, and 1'o.tt, Cemetery ami L Viuv.and hette. Office and work., Ky. When Hungry n ments, dOTO Oar, on', y J. C. McClary, lleitanrant Lanea.ttr, Htreet. BUnford. K. Ileal, .erred at alt boar up to 11.30 r. m. Ile.t place la wnfor a good quick S.W4 H Ff furtstr f tat.'t Baa DAILY RACES. Rttourcet fihlblM FIREWORKS UHo-4.- meal. Rooking to talt oar cu.tomeri oar ipeeltlty. Hplendld new line of faocy Groceries, Uot Coffee, Haudwlche,, pin, Ilutter milk. and aweet milk, etc., at all timet. NATIEtLO AND MIS BAND Tut AtlricUans. MI4 V. A. CARSON, Prep. HELP US GROW. WE WILL FUINIIH EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST AMUSEMENT, INSTIUCTION, PROFIT Penningion, Ky., PhoneSOO Stanford, Fish & Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. Ulornatlon LOW RAILROAD RATES iH J. W. NEWMAN, Jjcuhry, 320 Pt.l Jtn.t Wj. D. CARTER, S. New Llverv. Depot Street, Undertaker and Embalmer. oaiM LOUISVILLE, 2.I3,I4,io,I6,I7 STANFORD, - KY- HOBM lkOM .w. rkM, mv, STANFORD, KENTUCKY.. Phone OS, TUESDAY AUtHIST It'i 11)10 THli INTERIOR JOUKNAL. PAOE THttBK When You Are Hunting 3 $3.65 land-tailore- Buys any of-ou- r self-trimme-d, $3.85 Buys any of our handsomest Persian Braid-trimmed d Wash Suits that are worth Cut-prices Suits that are worth $7 to $8.50,. WASH SKIRTS. 10 and i5.00. on all Wash Skirts according to the grade. to 25 pur cent-off- , IFor Bargains don't forget about our August Sale on Wash Suits. You will need one of these Suits for August and wear, and at the price we offer them it costs you a little more than you would have to pay for the making of a Wash Suit. They are this season's goods and are correct in material and style. SEVERANCE & SON, Hus-tonvlll-e, Stanford, Kentucky. For Sale. My residence on avenue. Mrs. M. A. Wallace. At Lancaster fair a pocket-boocontnlng about $76 In checks and a $5 bill. Name In hack. Reward for return to W. M. Duncan, 45-Stanford. Lost. 3 k s i h ft & & Miss Mattlo I'nxton hna returned Miss Ophelia Walker Is visiting There ii a new line of 2Gc hot pa- Parksville Mrs. Omen Heazley In Garrard. era, special yaiuoa m rennj a uniK from a fortnight's stay at Dripping. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Pugh, of I'arls, Mlsa Elizabeth Pope of Cincinnati, 'lioro. nro visiting Mrs. W F, Dlshon. Is the guest of Mrs. LWnhnm. Master "Toots" Edwards fell from n The C. W. II. M. will meet at the Misses Flowers, of Louisville are sour apple tree one day last week and PERSONALS. Christian church In the lecturo room visiting Miss Lizzie Davison. broke one of the bones In his leg. I Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Williams, of oe Hill attended the fair dance at spent Monday and Tuesday eoMr. George Durham, of Corbln, visit. Mr, t.d Hopper a noted horseman of rnvlllo last week. dis sisicr nere on Tuesday. Mr. nt the Lexington fair. Covington attended the fair illts Elltabeth HIkkIdb was the Danvtllo Messenger. Mrs. Carrie ShoILon Is the guest of W. 8. Rose, of Arlington, Tenn., visit- jt t of Mlta Mary McKobcrla at Dan- Mrs, H D. Tuggle, of Darbourvllo, Miss Mary Vanoy at her homo In tho ed his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rose Matt week. Is spending a few days with Mr. and country. ai mis place Monday. He went to Mra. Martin Adnroi, who baa been Mrs, Conn In the country Ilevand Mra. Homer Carpenter of 'siting relatives In Chattanlooga aht Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Hurt on, of In- Bhclbyvllle, are guests of Dr and Mrs. Lebanon Junction, Tuesday to accept a position with the L. & N John W. dianapolis, Ind., has been visiting Mr. J. O. Carpenter. turned home. Danrllle Advocate. Mra. L. I). Hilton nnd Mra. Ethel Webb bought a car ot lambs from Mr. T. F. Dadgett wife and ton, ot T. F. Padgett and wife. Miss Katherlne Gentry daughter ot Hilton visited relatives In Brodhead Eugene Moore, H. C. Coiatt, F. M. eart Well. Casey County are Ylslt- Gentry, of Frank last week. ig their father and mother, Mr. and Capt. and Mrs. H, It. 111 paying 5 fort, has been quite Mr. J. C. McClary has returned Uower and others Tuesday, H. Wester-fiel- d with fever, but Ira. W. F. lililion. C cents therefor 8. Is now somowhat improved. from a several days stay at Crab and Misses Nancy Yeager and Mary Mob bought ot John W. Rawllngs, of Mrs. C L. Pyle, of Lincoln county, Orchard, 7 have been the attractive guests of Mrs, Susan will go homo of Crab at (In Nannie O. Herring nt Lancas la confined to her bedMrs. the S. Hreed Crab Orchard Ycager to spend to week Danville the property now occupied by her parents, Mr and a J. W. D. Overstreet and family for $1,400. r. Ing, thla place with typhoid fever. Her or ten days. Mra, J. F. Ilarue and Mlsa Carrie husband Mr P. P, 8tngg was over from Fay- Mrs. Letcher Crow, of Wllmore Is a armed Sunday afternoon. oglan , of IiOulsvlllc, aro guests of Columbia Newa. ette county yesterday mingling with guest of her brother, J. T. Underwood, ie former's parent. Col. and Mra, Mr and Mra. J. 1 Harper, of Sails-bur- his many friends. and family. Mrs. C. A. Blanford has ' Huff Dudderar. at Rowland. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Fox, of Dawson, returned from a visit to ti. C , were guests of Mr. nnd relatives at Mra. George P Crow, In Danville. They Gn, who havo been visiting Mr. and .Mra. J. K Mr nnd Claunch, ot Vomerset, were with Mr. and Mra. V hnve gono to St. for n short stny Mrs. Klchard Hocker, havo returned iJiFollette, Tenn. Mrs. H. M. Plttman and Mr. and Mrs. H G. Wilson, of before returning to their homo In the to their home. ran Wood for the fair at Danville Mr, U. H. Maitera, of McKlnney, Southland. Mesdames. S. M. Allen and S. T Livingston were guests of Mrs. F. M. Miss Margaret Mount, who has Embry, Jr., have returned from n Uower. Miss Una la been on a ahort visit to hi old Overstreet visited Ijuio nt Kaat Hornstadt. been the charming guest of Mrs. W. visit to Mrs. Richard Putman In LebaHigh Bridge last woek with a party Mr. nnd Mra. It. F Steele, of Coe-jr- l.ogan Wood In Danville for the fair non. Mr. and Mrs Robert S. Lytle and of Danville relatives and friends. Mr. and fair dance, has returned to her Vn.. nro the guests of her Miss Robbie Penny, of Danville, nro Ren Dolling says Uiat corn was so Mr. W. D. Hanion nt Moreland homo In Ijincaster Young, of spending a month on Mr. Ly tie's ranch Ret. and Mrs. Elbert E. II r Steele Is a valued I. J., reader small inthe Summer of 18C5 that many Harlan, Ky., aro receiving tho con- near Harper, Kansas. It an appreciated visit or stanroru at gratulations of their many friends upWilliam Walton's host of of the farmers were compelled to plow Master Mr. Kobert Coney, ded the fair yesterday aud the on the arrival of a nine pound son In young frlenda will be sorry to hear same with small garden plows. While mce last night "Hob" baa lota or their home, the narsonace there. The that he Is 111 at bis home on West at work In his tobacco bed on one arm friends In Danvtllo who are a .youngster arrived on Aug. Cth. His Third Street threatened with typhoid of tho hills near this place, Tom Ed young or fover Lexington Herald. ya pleased to aeo him. Danville fattier Is the son or u Highland, and has a great many Mr. and Mra. Leslie Carter, of Lex wards captured a live rattlesnake vocate. ana Airs, aduicw vtmuey nu frlenda at his old home In this coun- ington stopped over here Monday which possesses thirteen rattles. The fcn,-Maurlco Graham Whitley, of ty from Dripping Springs. Mrs. Carter number of rattles probably explains A will remain and visit her Uoulsvllle motored to thla city Wednea The Richmond Climax says: mother, the reason the snake got caught. Mes iliy and are tie guests of .Mr and Mrs card from Hon. J. A. Sullivan to the Mrs. A. D. Root Messenger Climax states that be landed safely at Misses Mary and Annie Leo and Mesdames John Austin, of Lebanon, Jlauiico Farria. Dantlllo d Cork and enjoyed his ocean voyage Master Albert Uurns, of Paris, have George Cleaver and Walter Purday, Mra. Leila Warner, of Stanford He suffered no aeaalck- - been tho guests of Mr. David Scott of Raton, '.V M, William Calvert ot her relatives, Mcsdamea Joseph Immensely Vallace and E. K. Hourne, this week ness and Is now traveling through Ire nnd family Perryvllle, and J. D. Baxter, of Gravel land, which county he describes as Jessamine Journal. J. II. Sartaln and wife ore vlsltlni; la llfl.mn.4tA . . tfl. ."...f.M . .1SJ Iiffnti aa la(Hni beautiful and the people clever. Manye their aunt Mra. A. J. Overstreet at Switch wero guests of Mrs. J. E. CaldIIB Wllmore. They will attend the lamp well Tuesday. Mr. J Hope Parks, of Miss lla i'ettua In Stanford and Mlsa I friends wish Mr. Sullivan an tne Wayui'Jures possible on such' a trip and a safe meeting while there. Drown In London Corbln, camo down Wednesday mornMr. and Mrs. F. J. Greer and little ing to visit relatives and friends. return uuiur, loumy uuuwb daughter, Lllllc D. of Perryvllle, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Greer. O Tom Greer Is at home for a weeks vis- Short Local News. It. Miss Gertrude Fields arrived Mon day O will to visit tho Misses Alcorn They See the new perfect! oil stove at entertain Wednesday afternoon "Newlands." in her honor. ft Tho following left Monday for n John II. Shanks was made ?. master weeks camping trip out on Dtx river Messrs Wearen Hughes, Walter Hop- Mason by Lincoln Lodge Thursday per, Welch Rochester and Mioses Sal-li- e night. Taylor Woods, Nell Warren, Sue ft Taylor Engleipan and Mr. and Mrs. A competitive examination for apft pointment to State Normal School John Shanks. Mr. J. II, Williams and Dr. Tom Richmond, Ky, will be held In my ft Kyle havo returned from a several offlco Aug. 13. G. Singleton, Supt. days visit with Dr. J T. Dohon, at The McKlnney band will give a con Hustonvllle. Mrs. R. C. Saufley joinft ed her father In Crab Orchard several cert at Elixir Springs Sunday Aug. and will remain for a short 14. Admission to grounds da)s niro and water stay at tho Springs. Horrodsburg 15 cents. Those taking dinner at ho Herald. Miss Llllle Hughes, who recently tel will be admitted free. Let every to Lexington, body come and have a good time. moved from Danville was voted to bo the prettiest girl nt the Danvlllo fair Frlay afternoon nnd was therefore awnrded tho hand- Tho remains of George Dunn who tome solid manognn) rocking cnair died last week in Lexington, wcrs offered by Mr E. L. March of Lexing brought here and laid to final rest In ton. Tho chair was presented by Buffalo cemetery last Friday nfter-nooCol. I M Dun In one of his approShort sorvlces wero held nt Tho winner Is a the residence of his sister, Mrs. J. T. priate speches, baughter of Mr. Zack Hughes and a Embr , by Rev. J. J. Dickey. granddaughter of Mrs. Louise Huches of Perryvllle Fresh bread, pies etc., at Horton's Tho following wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Heazley for tho restaurant. fair: Mrs, Wra. Hays and daughter Emma Hughes Hns, of Stanford, Stewnrt Sandldage, ot MIddlevllIe. Mr. The best oil stove on tho market and Mrs. J. S, Uaughman and llttli' I? tho new perfection, handled by T fos, Branscs, of Daavlllc. Mr. and D Norland. Sec big sd In oth"r ml. Mrs. It. S. Scudder, of McKlnney, wero urans. with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Embry the ft past week. Miss John Eva Hilton, Hon Leslie Andprson, of the Census of Stanforl, Is visiting her sister Mrs. tho I. .1 , an Interesting article on the it. II liatson. MIbscs Lena Traylor, Bureau at ashlngton, who wroto for of Stanford and Annie Dunn of Hus- census, making Is a native Llncolnito tonvllle. havo been tbo guests of Miss and not a Pulasklan, as was stated Julia Zanone. Lancaster Record last Issue. to-day n, Can't Work When you feel that yoti can hardly drag throigit ywur uauy woric, ana ate tired; discouraged atai miserable, take - QuaJri, the woman's tonic Cardul is prepared toe the purpose of hctobtg women to regain mat strength and heattk. Not by doping wttj strong drugs, but by me gentle, tonic action, of pure vegetable herbs. (j u h i ri I 41 Rev. J. J Dickey commenced n meeting at Neat's Creek church last Sunday night. There will be services every night at 7:30 and beelnnlnr Thursday, day services at 3 P. M.. Rev. J. F. Malthland and wife of Wllmore, Ky., will arrive Wednesday to assist in the services. Everybody Is Invited to attend. A u ill )l T il f MI summer tonic thai braces the brain, cools the system. EM Regulntes your atoraach kidneys and liver. That's what Hoinster's Rocky ountaln tea will do 33c tea or tab- Take lets. Shuearp and Tanner. body and For Sale NIce residence on Main Hreet In Stanford, Ky,. the frontage of lot large enough for another building lot All necessary outbuildings. Everything In good repair. Price 2.750. A bargain, see L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky, The Woman's Tonic Mrs. L. N. Nicholson, of Shook, Ma, writes: Before I began to lake Cardul, I was unable to .. W e of trllft Om How's This? ciurrh ttt TTumlfakrl rWiMaM noo, te n..a tJbrilS; rw. Mr W.. ,h- N to .,,,.JrL.,9'.EYCO,T0Wo.O. KI1N4X out tvrj W or obimtion, ALBINO. vls-lli-- sS??3SS' TUe linr, rtmllr run for coutlptuoo. ...,. f' mxl, )fu;, hi, mW era do any work. I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very muck 1 can do the most of my housework now. "I can't sav too murfi for Cardul, it has dooeso much for me." Your druggist selfe Car--1 dui. Get a bottle today. pica-Jlattl- m HAVE OVER OF I CUT-PRI- CE TIME ! 1 n ! 200 PA RS Ladies' Oxfords, AT o o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 Along with other lines of summer goods we are making SPECIAL PRICES on all Mens' Summer Suits If PRICE is any inducement, now is the time to buy. fy i W. E. PERKINS, v V I L. R. Hug hes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY 0 - TrV. Humble W. O. Martin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 PEE CENT. OFF! . 0 S SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS For 1910 Have Arrived. Stop In And See Them. On any Oxford in our store. Tei Per Cent. Off On all lawns, o m cbcP' WORTH $2.50 TO 0 batistes and c o $3.00. Cummins &Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. This store is the home of Hart, Schaffncr & Marx clothes 0 tit $ ft W. H. HIGG1NS, YOU silk mull. Also big reduction in a lot of short length summer silks, suitable for waists, scarfs etc. HUGHES, MARTIN & I CO., STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASN'T SOMETHING WANT Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, aftftftft Stanford, Kentucky. b STANFORD, KENTUCKY sr TIM FOUR -- ft - r Jtar":? . "X- -r- r'-JOURNAL. TUE3DAY AUQU3T 9th 1310 THH INTBRtOR ' V jay. $IL ; cool kitchen-NHeat Except Where Needed! FOOD IN NO o Oi T Harritf g. SBC-TION iltwtDay Siks MUCH TRADING AND SELLING RE, PORTED BY fARMERS. jffSRkm sssBL ! MERCER FAIR NEXT IN THIS DANVILLE AWARDS LLPwR9 ii ML tsmxtmsanmm. -- 1 1 DONE The Danville fair wound up In a blaie of glory Friday afternoon. Many of the Lincoln County exhibitors who showed there will go on ti JIarrod. burg for tao big Mercer county fair DISHES HOT POOD WELL COOK this week. Secretary Rodman keen-oIs making thlncs hum ami n mien. ED KITCHEN COOL. NO UNDER did ambition Is expected Tho award inursuay Afternoon and Friday at OVERHEATED Danville wero SUMMER. EVERY' n KITCHEN NEW PERFECTION, ! ' tfCvt'y df '' THE t- - V WB TFtuit Jars. . ft t'. rJ IL. L. SANDERS, ok fluff years old and over Mrs. R. T. THING HOT WHEN WANTED. HEAT Lowndes 1st, A. J. Coleman 2nd. and UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND Mnck Hughes 3rd. Rest harness stallion, 4 years old CONCENTRATED. and over, Mrs R. T Lowndes 1st I'or-ye- r Arnold 2nd. THE BLUE FLAME IS ALL HEAT Rest phaeton maro or goldlng, a years old and over. Mrs. B. Vorls NO SMOKE NO ODOR NO DIRT 1st And Master J. C. Robinson 2nd Rest THESE ARE SOME OF THE AD sex, anypair carriage horses, cither age I. C James 1st, and Abo Coleman 2nd. VANTAGES IN USING THE Best fancy driving mare or gelding, driven by gentleman and lady (no decorations) T. W. Ray and Mis Vermillion Kllzabcth 1st, William Coleman and Miss Georgia Vermilion 2nd, and Thomas llrlght nnd .Miss from $& to $10 Virginia Dennett 3rd. WICK HUE FLAME Squire .'amen McKechnle sold bO Rest three galted mnre or gelding, owes to J C Robinson, of Boylo at any age Mrs. R. T. Lowndes 1st, T. H. Smiley & Co., 2nd, nnd T. T. Urad-le- $4.50; and 27 Iambs to Lutes & Arnold at be. third. COOK-STOV- E Edna May challengo cup for the best five galted horse, 3 years old FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. tvrywhr; If not yoJri writi.far J DOrtpUvC(rowl ana over, regardless or sex T, II. agtney Of to th Smiley & Co., 1st. Mat Cohen 2nd, For Sale. Purebred Shropshire ram and Mack Hughes 3rd. lambs and yearlings, E. G. Dl:kley, STANDARD OIL COMPANY, Best road stallion more or gelding, ai.inioru, Ky. .none a in. qany age Mat Cohen 1st. I. C. James A few extra buck lamb (Incorporated.) for sale. 2nd, nnd William Robinson 3rd. 4B-W. D. Hanson, Moreland, Ky, Uest Jack under one year old J. R For sale Thoroughbred Ditroc Knox 1st pair 1G hand mules and a family horse Host Jack one year and under J, K. u. 48-it. crow, sholb) City, Ky Knox 1st and 2nd. FARM FOR SALE Rest Jack 2 years and under 3 tleo .SO acres 1 mile west or High-lanRobinson 1st, Stlgall Bros., 2nd, nndJ. 11. Knox 3rd Well watered, fenced 35 acres Rest Jennett under 3 years D. N. Prlco reasonable Kwlng, 1st and 2nd an J. R. Knox under cultivation. J. A. King, Stanford, R. It. 3, Box t5 3rd. Dan Ccuoor nold to Clclt ColeRest Jennet any age J', it. Knox man 25 Durham cattlo at $6.75. Mr 1st. D. N. Ewlng 2nd and 3rd. Rest colt either sex (must be reg. Condor began feeding these cattlo In Istered or their sires nnd dams must January and haa put an nverage of Caps. We will make you Fruit Jar Rinfis. and be restored In Am. T. 11. It. N. 1 100 pounds on them. He also sold to Mr, Coleman ninety hogs nt 10 O. 1st, a Special Price. JE Uuster mareJ. and Cecil 2nd. J U. Ce a pound Harrodsburg Herald cents suckling Rest For Halo. Several fine Jersey cow cil 1st. R K. Ooddard 2nd, and J. 3. and heifers registered nnd high grade . .. .a. UUW V? liaughman 3rd. Rest st.ill'fis u vi or k' Wing one and two registered bulls, a Shetland buggy ir nnd inter 2 Hi.vb r.irkin,;ton tony by Blue Eye. Pony Stanford.and harness. Lock Box 161 1st. J S. fJa:h:mn k S'l.n 7nd For Sale fnnn, about 7 Rest sMl'l.m, uiaru or KOiduii:. 2 years and under i, fl., $'0, J5 U. mile from Stanford; 100 acres ot tine U. Evans 1st. Rob Bright nd and Irottom land as good as you can find Tom Bright 3rd. Best stallion maro or gelding, 3 In Lincoln county. The upland Is good, fhe while farm Is well fenced years and under 4, $20, $12.50, $7.50 T. C Klkln 1st, It. . Evans 2nd and and never failing water, thero being A. 0. Coleman 3rd. a 1) Beat combined saddle two good cisterns at tho door; room dwelling, two tenant houses, stallion, mare or gelding, any ag- eMrs. R. T. Lowndes 1st, and Porter two stock barn and new tobacco Arnold 2nd. bam, 96x36; 2 corn cribs, granary. three-galteBest combined mare ot r--- q gelding any age Mrs. R, T. Lowndes Ico house, buggy house, etc. Will sell ri Smiley & Co., 2n and Mrs. at a bargain in tho next 60 days 1st. T. H. IL T. Lowndes 3rd. Owner's reason for selling is bad 2 2 three-year-old y lint harness mare and gelding, Thurday Afternoon. 4 Thcro wore about 400 cattlo on the market here court day and trading was brisk as there was a good crowd In town. Most ot the stutt sold from 3 to S cents. Joo H. Jordon, the mule buyer was nn hand and got 46 yearling mule colts at rrom $4b to $85. One of tho largest sales of young miiles lately was that of Sidney Durbar, who sold 20 yearling mules to II G. Fox, of D.inOlle at $UQ.earh. Mr Rlffc, ot the West End, has so'U 70 cattlo to Dick Gentry at $5.35 to bo delivered In October. Hiram Ray, ot Garrard, bought 24 head ot nico young cattle at tho pens here nt 4c. J. T Blankenshlp, of Pulaski, was on hand with a nico bunch that ho to 4 sold from 3 cents. Fields & Duncan tho hustling )ouug plko farmers and traders, Somerset mare to sold a nico J. A. Carter for $200. Georgo Carpenter bought about 15 head of cal cs ot vnrlous parties at from $10 to $25 Jean Hutchison sold a nico heifer for $20. A tow hog changed hand? Clearance Sale Of Clothing, Oxfords, Straw Hats, Odd Pants. SUITS $25 Suit $22.50 $20 $18- HATS. $16.98 13.50 $2.50 $2 $1 at at '. ; Hiti at at at at. ., Hat at Hat ODD PANT8. $2.63 Suit $19.93 $13.98 $11.93 $1 Hat $23 $1.73 $1.48 1 Suits at Suits at $15 Suit at $12.50 Suits $10 Suits at $6 Suts at $4 Oxfords Hst I 9.98 $1.50 $!.& 't OXFORDS.' $ 8.93 H't at... ..$.79 I $5-4- $6.98 $3.98 $7 nt at $3.0 Ox'ords at $3.00 Oxiords at $2.50 Oxfords at $2.00 , $3.29 $2.79 $2.21). $1.98 Oxfords at I'6 Pant at $6 Pants at $5 Pant at $4 P'ntt at $3.50 Pant at $3 Pants at $2.50 Pint at ..,..$3.83' 12-93 V.? $2.68 U-23 $1.93 -i 2 SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combine Absolute Safetv with Sitttfirtn.tr l,i mW. Mv4.n Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. . 4 8 2 About i STANFORD, KENTUCKY w 354-acr- e Crab Orchard, Kentucky. DIRECTOR!. F Reid J, H. Bimihmaa. S. Hooker, Preiideot. M D Elmore. J. M Pettut, S T. Harris. H. C. nioghmaa, ) F Cummins, H '.'. Baughman, Cashier, S. T. Harris, oo. C. Robinwo. W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper B. C. Walton, J. S, Hocler. J It Harris, Bookkeeper WHM u rnh v t. OFFICERS. flve-galte- d Zk CAPITAL SURPLUS Lincoln County national Bank OT Stanford, Kentucky. $ 60.000.00 $ 50.000.00 W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, Ml 'mMiHX " mJuiij 14' I.ft Li W I YOUR CHANCE For A $24.25. BARGAIN See Best pair roadster stallions, mares of geldings, any age, regardless of color, sex or ownership A. G. Cole man 1st, H. O, C,&aa 2nd, and Cole. man & Smiley 3rdV Best saddle stallion mare or geld lng. any age Bourbon Prince 1st, Sdna May 2nd. Amateur race best 2 In 3 twice around the track I. C. James 1st, R. U.jEvans 2nd, 1. C. James 3rd. Mule race L. W. Norton 1st, and -- nd. -- It "GET BUSY" . H. FARRIS. If you have anything to sell in the STOCK Take to LINE class Improvements, .everything to he desired. 251.11 acres only one mile. from Stanford, land lies well and is well watered. But a "dummy" real estate man ought to sell this farm sae speaks for herself.' We waut you rarm buyers to look at this farm wo have other farms In Lincoln and Garrard counties. Write for catalo gue. For further particulars apply to riugnes . Swinebroad, The real estate men. Lancaster, Ky. We "got busy" Ana talked tho own- era, down to "$120 per acre" listen: One of the very best farms If not the best ot its alze In Lincoln county. Splendid locality, fertile soil, high- - Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Lincoln County Farm For Sale. Ho buysand sel a every day in the 133 acres of fine land on i.lke year except Sunday. Bring on 6 miles irom ataniord, in the noted your stock. Best market in Walnut Flat section. 40 acres In corn tho State with plenty of balance in grass, lies well, everlasting -.- eed and water best covered pen outside of Louisville or Lexiugton. water, no buildings but beautiful build lng site at pike, If you don't think i STANFORD, KY. We alto do a general hitch and feed business. Kill sell It stand back and watcn tin give the "other fellow" a bargain. Prico $65 per acre. We hae other farms In Lincoln and Garrard counties. Wrlto us for catalogue. If you want to sell your farm wo are the men who can do the work. 0 The Real Estat HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, Men, Lancaster, Ky. BEAUTY 1VVHE KITCHCN. s THE HARNESS YOI lpUT1'' HORlS. k ON YOUR depends largely on the plumbing work , Lot ui fix up yours and the smiling ( face of tho kitchen lady will be your reward. Men tell ua they get better vand more punctual nieols since we (looked after the kitchen plumbing. Usybe 70U would too, If you employed flur service. regulates the amount ot work ho can do. He may be the utrongest in the world yet ho cannot pull an ounce more than the harness will stand. Our work harness will stand any (train. Get a set and your horse can exert his full strength In your service. Cetyoyr stable Implement and iourbon' poultry CURE IF YOU ARE WELL POSTED on lumber we don't need to tell you of Its good qualities. You Imo Notice found them out for yourself It is the man who knows little about It wo For the next 20 days wo will sell want to rvach. If you are ono we want to say most emphatically that our tobacco hogsheads at mill at the best lumber is by far the cheap $1.10 each. We also have some tin FOR SALE. I est and that ours Is the best to be had. white and brown leghorn cockerels A small farm of 75 acres situated on for sale. Kings Mountain Planing A ALLEN, Statiftrtf, Ky. Indian Crook. Most ot this farm Is Mill, Kings Mountain, Ky. creek bottom; good water; 55 acres cleared land; 25 In grass; good houso and other buildings; on county road and phone line; 20 acres ot creek bot l can (urnliU tha public with the Jwtt. a 7 of cat Howeri, plauu of LANCASTER, KY, torn in limber, All of this land can II klndi, bulbt. potted Bowri, on thort School uo cultivated with ease. UYERiOF aotM. AJio mako.a.aseltijr.o wwutii tertorttHMntlpunioM, church and store In two miles of farm Ja MDMei)M wltUHJaabovf, all Tlila farm lies four rullea east of All Kinds Ut)lw on hand at kld of MlddlQburg, four miles west ot King' Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'g'r. prlM. Mountain and near Duncan, In Casey OIIRlHTMAKnRICEN 1IOUHKH. WE ARC PAYINQ TODAY FOR: ROUUBBAMD, I'aOM. near the Lincoln Hue. Call on or ad- liDV 1 v"J 1C Htauiord. Ky. J, J, Carter. dress, Two big jal.ii v 111 bo held In Lin coin county early In .SeptiiubT W H Shanks will have a sab of all his cattlo and other farm Rto'k on Sept Clh und on Sept, 7th J. Jl. Daughiuan will have (i sale of tils mulct and other show stock. They alalia ILoso dates and will soon have out big bills giv-iu-r full dutaiU nnd i.ilvortUements telling Just what they time (o offer. For further particulars see W. L. McCarty or U R. Hughes. Lewis Cotfey has sold his farm In Elk Spring Valley, Wayne county to Shearer Bros., (or $50.00 per acre for' all land under cultivation. Mr. Coffey thlnka thero will be about 230 acres. The largest single shipment ot export cattlo which over left Shelby county was made on a special train of twelve cars over the Loulsvlllq and Nashville. It carried 208 head, which ateraged 1.116 pounds. Thi? eattla vere ujirehased by Jouaa Well from W. J. oud B, A. Thopt vlth tho e, ceptlon jof eight head, and wtre tooi Jk .( o. ( djjned direct to Mor-, don England. The price was not made public, but It is known that they were, bought at a considerable advance over the present market "Mr. Rankin demons, ot Fayette, county bought o( Mr. Frank Curry his 164 acre farm on Salt River, pay Ins $H' an acre. Mr. Curry bought the placo two years ago for $C5 an acre This ma.ei 2,l(io acres ot land that Mr Curry owns In thl county It U vaid that on one occasion not long ago some one approached Mr demons about buying some ot his land and his answer was that ho didn't know how to make a deed an he never made one In his life. Harrods-burHerald. Mr. S. T. Harris tho noted Lincoln coilntx muto man, nttended tho Danville fair thin week but Is not allowing uny of h.s stock this year. Heretotore bo has been milking a pretty clean tjweep of tho bluo ribbons. Next year he expects to be lu the ring again .Mr Harris Is very popular In Danville and Is not an Infrequent visitor In the city - Danvillo Advocate. health. KfcljUUKUti) PRESIDENT" 3. H. SHANKS, V.CE-gSUN J. B. PAXTON. .efoftjftESTEH. ASST. CASH HAYS FOSTIR. CLERK. oinmoTonat A'. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter,8tauford John B. Foater, Stanford; W. H. Bhanlu, 8Unford; T. C. Ran- kin, Lancaster; J. 1). Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubbla, Lancaster; W. II. Cummin, Preachanrille; Lilburn Gooch. Gilberts Creek. KUKAL TELErHONES. ;,- Make your home a modern for your familr MR. FARMER: .residence, and place yourself in a ooaitioa to get tho latest market quotation ai any lime, inis can ne accompusneu dj means oi our telephone service which you and your neighbors can pet for a lum that is small compared with the benefit received. Call or iddrea our nearest office or write direct - to leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., lor information regarding our ipeclal "Far-meLine" rate. If jrou are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you. Our linos cover the State of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana ami n' Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. (lKPOKrOnATKDt 4 TEL. CO. FINE FARM FOR SALE located on tho ivtanrord and Ot tcnhelm plko containing 13S acres well watered, one hundred acres In Krnss CO acres for wheat. This land produces tlno tobacco, corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred uCsr.iis fruit DtCurs ossr nx room house, cistern at door, cellar and oil neccsary outbuildings, two tenant pomes, largo barn, new silo, treo mall delivery threo hundred yards to school, 1 mile to union church Hill mako terms easy. W. F. Dlahon, Htunford, Ky,. Box 41 Phone 8 ring . 3 trv, 2 j r J. H. B. Northcotti cut rumens for salei '! lrbia vf of Farm Produce J iW raoab I'BRB W. PkMM'!IM. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. IJaukiitere too. J. C. McCLARY, For tbe treatment ol White Dlarrhoealacblek 4 siutMM sadQUtf aittsaei la turkeys ' PReVENTsl DISBASB Be euro and take a bottle ot Chamdowa the throat ot a ctplsx chkkan, datlrora the worms berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ad lave lb cblck'S lite. A lw drops la the drlaktac Remedy with you when starting on water cute aod your trip this summer. It cannot be Stanford, Ky. tqiiiH psltVycure has hi evai ' .1 '1 m . ac 'l Bold Fryers lie Turkeys per lb Ducks, per lb.. -5 He Rooiters, per lb Hides per lb 7c c obtained on board tho trains or steam- Feathers ers. Changes of water and climate tilRsesf, per lb $3.00 often cause sudden attacks ot dlar leiiow Hoot, per ID.. ... ....II-J1.Z- 5 rhotd. and it (s best to be prepared. UME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN by Penny's Drug Store, Oc Sc 5- 11C Spring & Summer StocK. HTyour meature taken by tailor of ax parUnoa. Ibu your atetbea.vtiatfctra low prtaa buahMM (DM or flaaa araiMnii pJortat.TwtM, bar tbJ latUtFt4alair aua nt wblch plaloly ludlcau tbar wara mada to ro&r.DiMura. 1 will alto take your meat. Kre lor eitra tronattra. taer vii.ta nn eattl aad'orareoata. Hpttn aud ai"iami aauii,va,wu oauu rveux iur jvur taipeottoarr ktauford, Ky. W EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. can plaaia you. PKoas 1M f