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I f UHE INTifiTO jQURNAIEhT i tji i J f i- I 1 n f jJl VOLUMJO XXXV1L HTANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUGUST 16th 1910 No 49 1 i I l MANY MENTIONED F iaJIIDGESHIP IIti V LINCOLN COUNTY 8iMS LIKE 1 LY TO FURNISH gOVERNOR rF F THE APPOINTEE Governor Wlllsort will appoint the ji successor totbq date Judgo M C SauHoy on the circuit bench until an Nored the governor wilt appoint a- reywbUeai which will bo tho first Limo that party has had this office In I a likelytoher best known republican lawyers bytheirJudge Ucorgo M Davison A number of the members of tho local bar have endorsed Mr Mcltoberts for the place wbllo others are behind Mr Davlson and In addlUon he lUll behind him tho solid republican organ xatlon of Lincoln county Ho has been assistant United States attorney + for a number of years with headquar ylr ters at Coelngton but Sawyer Smith of Varbourvillc has recently been ap pointed to succeed him I Louis L Walker of Lancaster h expected to have much strength be- foreI y the governor If Sonator Bradley u strongYsire tho appointment Sato Auditor Frank IV Jaunts ot Mercer Is said to have endorsed former County Judge Ben F Roach of that county who though once a democrat Is said to havo amlllated with the ropubll cans recently K T Qulionborry ol Danville Is also suggested by thu AU I vocnto of thnt city Joy Willson Is at present out or Fnnkfort and Acting Governor Cox has said that he will leave the ap o pointment up to tho governor As to the democratic candidates for the nomination in the race which will como next year it Is to early to fore cast Tbo general Impression seem to be that tho wood will bo candidates with Commonwealths At torney Charles A Hardln of Mercer Judge George E Stono of Doyle C C Uagby and W J Price of Uoyl W L Williams James 1 Hamilton of Qarrard W S Durch and JDPaxton of Lincoln1 among those mot prominently mentioned just now ni probable candidates or suitable Urai l er for the ermine McKintey Everything is quiet In pur town at- present and everybody too busy to do anything but attend to business Mr and Mrs Will Dudderor of Georgetown are visiting friends and relatives kern for a few days Mr and Mrs Ed Morris of Wabash Ind former residents ot this place art hero on n visit r Miss Alma Hubble who UM been 4 alck for several weeks Is getting bet ter sad able to set up some Tbo public school under the effi cleat teaching of Miss Llpp of Hus toavllle and Mrs Stella Montgomery Is progressing nicely with aa enroll neat ot eighty scholars and average attendance of seventy What we need- is a new schoolhouse and a better lo cation and there are pratpecU of get ting one la the near future Mr Frank Mobtey reports that ho found a nice umbrella on the road k tow days ago and anyone proving ownership can have same by calling on him JUlaa Nora Rifle has returned home after an extended visit through j Tennessee Mrs J W Cocking and I daughter Marjorie havo returned from a very pleasant visit at Maysvllle with friends and relatives Miss Anna Mary True of Maysvllle returned with f them Mr and Mrs D F Rifle nt rtlnoil at their homo Tuesday night In honor ot their guests Miss Katherine Jones and Harold Galloway of Nashville JteHn ttcr Boveral selections of music by the McKinney baad refresh merits wero served in a charming man i per by the honteis then followed a very flno recitation by Mr Galloway and tho rest of the evening was spent J J In games Tlo o present were Miss Margaret Sandidge Miss Nora trifle Mils Nora Love Mrs Bessie Gran of in Togas Miss Kfflo Dryo Mr Cleo Thomas L E True Norman True 1 Mack Mobley George Lay Arthur I Jr Brown James Cannon Harry Wright I i Kugeno DavlaWn Harry Jacobs and Master Creston lllffe I Harry Jacobs the monument man sold MM Annie BagUman ot Stan ford a tine granite mwauateat for her daughter sole Kay l s6laa to bo erected in Buffalo Cera lw and to F AI SlHM at Wlxlr Springy a family cn moaumeat la carte granite tar Mrs t Sims father and mother and brothers and stators to be put up In the Kates cemetery Mr Henry Coleman has a now Oak I land automobile which Is a very tine machine Mr E J rune has bou ght onp ot tho same make which I will be here this week Mr Ft M Ware has machine twldch make rerdtaour little town aid mere Ui come In a few days l t I I File Firms 4CHANGE HANDS RECENTLY AT FANCY FIGURES J Ieo Murphy hag just prchascd the fine 150 acre farm known as tho old Dave Prowltt place from Mrs Patter son Underwood He paid 135 per acre This form lies In Boyle county near Hedgevllle just over the Lln ooln tine and Is said to be ono of the best in this part of the State I L N Whittaker of Garrard sold his one hundred sera farm to G W Whittaker a kinsman for 11000 It Is seven miles from Lancaster and good one I Giants In Those Days SOME REMINISCENCES OF THE LINCOLN COUNTY BARI W P Walton In Lexington Herald I daysJtIn Stanford some thirty years or morn will bo excused for some personal re miniscences of the lawyers of tho an countyThough greatestlawyersless flight of time has deprived It of many who In former years gave it the prottlge of one of the finest bars In Kentucky There were others before our day and memory but wo write only of thoso whom wo knew until they were gathered to their fathers There was Colonel Thomas P Hill a great lawyer and an orator whose fame was almost national He was tho nester ot tho bar and many a young man who afterwards became legalloroyears of age maintaining his vigor Otis mind even If the body had grown weak and feeble Then thoro war Colonel William Gatewood Welch a man of massive physique as well as of robust mental qualities Wo have often thought that the two greatest minds wo have overcome In close contact with were those of Colonel W C P Brcckfnridgo and Colonel Welch Toe dllference was that tho former had a laudable ambl lion the latter seemed to care noth tag for tho favors of the plaudits of then The one added to the talents the Lord had given him the other In a measure burled his lie was as gallant a soldier as ever drew a sword for tho Sunny Southland and as brave a man is over lived but he lacked atu bUlon and few knew the strength of his mind of his great mental attain ments Death claimed him also a few years ago and he sleeps In the little town ot Crab Orchard whet be was born and which ho loved with un usual devotion Another great legal mind was that of him whose sudden death the tier aId told yesterday Judge M C Sauf icy wu one of tho deepest thinkers and the clearest of reasoners Endow ed with a judicial mind he could grasp a point of law quicker than any man we ever knew except Judge M H Owstey of a neighboring town who seemed to deride by Intuition Neither drat ertea reversed by the Cenrt of Appeals aad their decisions were models of judicial reasoning He studied law after coming out of the Confederate army with nothing left but his tattered and torn suit of ray and PM energy that was Indomit able lie was a great lawyer and a just judge aad his place cannot be acceptably tilled lie matter whom Gov Wlllson may appoint Then thero was glorious old lIon est Dick Warren as everybody call ed Judge Richard C Warren who was Honored perhaps by moro offices In the gift of the district and the county than any other cltlzenn man ot the most commanding figure an orator whose voice could fill tho largest building and a democrat who has always answered his partys call Ho too was taken In tho prime ot his usefulness and dUd much earlier in life than the othero here mentioned Another of this old school ot lawyers remains in the person of Judgo J W Alcorn the solo survivor wo be have or those wno for years made the Stanford bar famous He was al so a gallant Confederate soldier and has written his name high for brave- rY on tho battlefield and on the legal annals of his native State May ho long survive as a living reminder of tho fact that there were giants In those days The fact that tboso men were Con federate veterans except Colonel Hill who was too old for service and Judge Warren perhaps too young and como from the war as poor as Jobs Turkey as the saying Is shows tho wonderful recuperation of those who are ambitious to succeed anu is a wonderful object lesson to tho ris ing generation which we pray God may never undergo the privation and hafdsfclpa of those who suffered for the sauso they loved and which was destined to be lost God bless the dear old fellows and give them that rest and peace that was denied them here GET lUsv We got busy aW talked the own ers down to UO tier acre listen Ono of the very BWt farmfrliUnot the best of Ha life laLlBcefa cljan y locality fie t hlfti class Improvesaento livbv tSlg tisllw desired 2111 act lytiske 1Ift1It from Stanford land ties well well watered But a dummy rcl estate man ought to Bell this tarot she speakj for herself tte want you farm buyers to look at this farna We havo in Lincoln and Garrard counties Write for catalo Rue For further particulars to Hughes A 8wln broad The real estate nefi Laa aster Kjv WITH STARS AND BARS- ABOUT HIM MORTAL REMAINS OF JUDGE M C 8AUFLEY ARE LAID TO FINAL REST With the stars and bars ot tho South land enfolded about him a mass of flowers plied around his bier and sur rounded by friends and loved ones who came from far and near all that was mortal of Judge M C Saufley was laid to final rest in the family lot in Buffalo Cemetery Sunday after noonIIt la probable that no larger concourse of people over assembled on any similar occasion in this part of Kentucky than gathered Sunday to pay tho last tribute of esteem to the memory of the departed jurist Practically the entire bars from Doyle Garrard and Mercer were present as well as Lincoln and many from oth er sections of tho State and other State The old confederate comrades of the deceased turned out In a body and acted a escort of honor The family home on Danville avo wax unable to accommodate tho throng which congregated thero for the services by Elder Joseph Uallou a long time friend of Judgo Saufley to that It swept over tho spacious lawn where men stood with bowed head while the brief service was saidThe procession to Buffalo cemetery was over a mile In length and not all could gather closer enough to hear the final eulogy to the dead said at the grave by Dr E M Green of Dan ville himself an Confederate and close friend of the deceaod The gallant old soldiers who astern bled as honorary pallbearers and escort of honor to the grave were W J Botton J O Dedman John Milburn Wm Baughmon S Hanson I N Van Meter W I Harman Harvey Hay Ham Moore Ike Durham James liv ens Starling Grimes W Hlgnlte Alex Doty John Bias Thomas Arnold 1 W Royston James Baughman Rue Denton R R Noel James Guest Alex Fribble Cap Peytnn T D English George Carpenter W M bores Col Isaac Shelby J W Alcorn Doc Sbu mate James Wilder George Bright Dr bunt i- Th nctlv4mpall bearers wcroJJ A lIardln Qr I rrodsburg James p Dalloy Ts J Hill Jr Kendrick S Alcorn P M McRobcrts of Stanford VI Williams ot Lancater Charles II nodes of Danville Cow West Mad SO CHAS ENSSLIN HAD TO KILt VALUABLE ANIMAL Rural Route No 1 Aug 15 Richard Dychouse a young widower who married Miss Sabra Plummer Is preparing to go to Parts where h will work on the railroad Chas Ensalln lost a good cow b going mad and having to kill herI nsltllaRlast week to make a contract Jot Coleaa about building the wIthI hbtisa who will be here this occupy Joseph Coleman of Cincinnati spent h few days ot his vacation with his aged mother at this place- SS Pollard who was qulto Ill for H few days is able to be up again Rev Godby of Pulaski held a weeks protracted meeUng at Pine Urove church There was much in terest manifested and large crowds as he preached With power and abilityMrs W M Dyebouse who has been quite sick is much Improved at this writingC Boone is spending a few days in Somerset on busines- sPreachersville Mrs Geo B Colson Is better Mrs J 11 Rlgsby Is able to be out again Miss Elizabeth King of Norman Okla In very 111 Of I im0i l foVcf tier luahj friends here will regret to hear Miss Nellie Newland of Cedar Creek Is here as saleslady for W C CumminsRev the Evangelist As slated by Rev A C Baird has eloped a ten days meettn at Beech Grove church which was productive of touch good Twentyone additions to the church The baptizing occurred Mon day morning near Whites Mill Rev Thornton goes to Goodhopo church In Garrard to conduct a meeting Miss Zula Naylor has boon visiting Miss Kate Payne at Tapphanna Mrs John B Anderson and sister Miss Carrie Naylor were visiting their sis ter Mrs GaBUneaU In Garrard Mrs Jane Bell visited Mrs Cress Mrs John D Hutfchlaa of Knox county visited her mother Mrs Evan Foley Miss Rachel Foley ot Wil llamsburg visited her father Mr Evan Foley Dr J O Carpenter of Stanford delivered his good lecture on tubercu leek at the Baptist C turck after Sun day school to an ajfreclaUtutnudl- once Rev Thomas Owens and Mr B T Lunaforl each e short talk Miss Settle Carpllnter1 1 Visiting In Lancaster Mr an4 Mrs J M Cress were Mr and Mrs Foley preacersvlile lias bOyer had any bakery aM wilt got along rOw with euUone M Aunt Eliza Anderson an tsiColored lady now bakes regularly for her many patrons She makes fine breaU Miss Margaret Pattbh of Mbntlnello has been visiting Miss Ha Petttls Mice Ella Sprinkles et Rowland haa been her sister Mrs Legaa Thompson ALLEGED LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE THIEF PERMITTED TO ESCAPE JUSTICE BY GOV WILLSONCAUGHTIN Yank Gross who stole a horse and runabout from II R Howard of Lincoln county and sold them in Harrodsburg on April court day will escape the penalty of his crime because Governor Willson will not Issue a requisition for his return to the scene ot his misdoings Says the Harrodsburg Herald Gross hired the turnout from Howard drove to liar rodsburg and sold the horse on the street to the highest bidder Ed Rutherford of Jessamine county bocom ing the purchaser and too vehicle and harness going to rome one else Shortly alter buying the animal Ruth erford offered the horse for sale Mr becomingtheI making 13 dollars In the transaction putInlooking for his horse He learned of Rutherfords part in the transaction and went to Jessamine to Interview him but Rutherford Informed him he did not know who the second pur chaser was In the meantime Howard had made a diligent search for his property and being unable to find his horse gave it up as gone from him and his heirs and return ed home Three weeks after this Mr Royalty read the story ot the stolen horso lie drovo 14 miles and came hero to say that he had bought a horse on the day numed that answered the des cription ot the one missing He then saw Chief of Police Smith nnd Inform cd him of the matter The officer telephoned Howard to come and get Ms property Rutherford refused to make good to Ryaolty and there for tin Is out tho 7150 but be has Instituted suit against Rutherford for that amount In the meantime Chief Smith and his subordinates assisted by County Attorney Rodman Keenon got busy Alter many weeks and much trouble they treated Gross in an extreme Western county of Nebraska border- Ing on the Idaho line tho western sheriff going to considerable trouble to locate him When everything had been planned out and policeman Bev Bonta bad arranged to make tho long journey after the horse thief and bring him back to Harrodsburg GOV Willson was applied for a question To the great surprise ot the officers His Excellency wrote County Attorney Keenon last Saturday refusing the necessary papers saying that the horse was worth only 720 and he did not taTjUtne State could afford to pay to send an officer to Ne braska for a man who had stolen only 720 worth ot horseflesh The amount involved should cut no figure la this case The horse sold for 7150 and had It been worth 7v the principle InvolVedis sufficient to have had the thief returned The pro cedure of the Governor will not tend to suppress night riding and other crimes The lawbreaker should know that he will be brought to justice re gardless of cost We believe that on a former occasion Governor Wilson refused extradition papets for a criminal who had fled to In diana saying that it was a good riddance for Kentucky He should remember that 6000 reward was otfered for Wendllng and that the city of Louisville expended 10000 In the IIOPO mile chase to bring him to the scene of his alleged crime It ne Is I cost of apprehending him ls insignificant CRAB ORCHARD SELECTED At a meeting of the executive com mittee of the National Fox Hunters Association held at Lexington last week Crab Orchard was decided up on na the place ot the next National rutetlng and November 18 as the date The bench show will take place on November 21 George Robinson a woll known young man of the Allceton communi ty In Doylu county was ground to pieces by a freight train while seated on the tracks at Gravel Switch last week It is thought that he was asleep HIT BY AUTO While driving from Danville to his home on true Stanford pike Mr J t Whltehouae tha prominent far mer had a narrow escape His horse took fright at an automobile driven by Stanford parties hud ran oft It ii stated that the automobile canto dashing almost against Mr White house and that his horse turned quickly and ran ort Mr Whltehouse wail thrown out and bruised His conlldersblydamagedI When the digestion Js alt right the action of tine bowels regular there Is a natural craving and relish for food When this is lacking you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Lover TablgtsyThey sereflgtnemi the digestive organs 1m preset the appetljeyand regulate the bowels Sold by FeBny8 Drug Store In buying a cough medicine dont Remedy Tiehe Is no danges tram It bo afraid toge Camberlalns tough andrellet Is sure to foiled EspecIal- ly recommended lor coughs colds and wkOojriBR cough Sold by Pennys Drug Store 4ilQII Hot Times In llth POWERS ACCEPTS CHALLENGE FOR A JOINT DEBATE Things are certainly warming up Ju the bloody Eleventh Tho challenge of Congressman D C Edwards to Caleb Powers his oppon ent for joint debate or rather a aerie of joint debate has been accepted by tho campaign manager of Powers who proposes that the first debate be held In Somerset tho county seat of Pulaski which Is the strongest for Ed wards In tho Eleventh district If this arrangement Is carried out there will be the largest crowd ever seen In Somerset and the democratic attend ance will be Immense as they are watching eagerly every move which la rondo by the two factions which ore now so bitterly arryed against each other In nconteut which means the political ending of the faction which loses this time It goes with out tho saying that these debates will tie something fierce and that each candidate will go after the other with hammer and tongs The sensation of the wholt campaign Is promised so a quiet m raor has It In that thero Is now In the possession of the Edwards forces some affidavits setting out the detail s of the prearranged plan of the as sasstnation of Joy Goebel While all this Is going on and the pot J boiling over dally the demo crals are storing up ammunition for tho affray In the final election They purpose to nominate a good strong man who can take tho stump and tc stab organize a strong campaign com mlttee and to set forth a work which has never heretofore been dreamed of by the democracy of the mountains and they say if they do not add one member to the democratic side or the house in the next session they will know th reason why What Do You Think of This DANVILLE PARTY SEE GHOST IN OLD CRAB ORCHARD HOUSE Danville Advocate Misses Virginia and Mary Crutcher of Georgetown and Miss Agnes Ows ley of Midway who are guests or Miss Jennie Graham Bright on West Lexington avenue are decendants of the late William Whitley as Is also their hostess Mrs Harry Bright ol tMs city and Mrs Andrew Bright of Ellzabethtown are decendanu by marriage of the distinguished Kentuckian By the courtesy of Mr W S Glore the six decendanU on yet tends were taken to the oM WhlUoy home near Crab Orchard In the Glorc automobile The old house was the first brick building erected In Ken tucky It has been standing for more than a century and a quarter and Is one of the interesting features in the students ot Central Kentucky history When the party arrived at the old plade they observed signs painted about the place warning trespassers not to enter They had never been la the house and thought they would venture to the front door anyway The building appeared to be unoccu pled and One doorktood ajar and all six entered They were much In tereothl iu the curious rooms and large openings that had been utilized pointing guns through to shoot down attacking squads of Indians in the early days and s6 they ventured upstairs Several rooms were visited on the second floor and the visit bid been without incident When theta Inspection had been about finished they opened a door to a large room and there sat in the almost vacant space a strange looking white haired old woman with long nose and chin wearing curious spectacles She wad tae Image of tho pictures of ghosts and witches of other days Frightened almost out of their wits displaying but little of their courage of their tearless ancestor they went down the steps and out time door in disorder frightened witbln an Inch of their lives To the Waiting automo bile they hurried and sped away thinking all tho time that the source of their fright was in hot pundit Thlo was not only their drat but will be their last visit t the hlxlurlc landmark The old building was made of brick carried ay mule back from Virginia to Kentucky HUSTONVILLE LOSES SECOND GAME Hustonville r lostthe second game played with Harrodaburg by a score of 3 to 1 Eater was batted out of the box in the seventh Watkins taking life place In the ninth Bishop got to first and was advanced by two men to third and a long fly to center field gave hint an opportunity to cross the plate preventing a shutout Score Innings 123466789THa- rrodsburg t OO 0 0 10 2 0 0a0000000 11U- mpireMcAfee Hits Harrods burg 7 11 Battened Harrordsburg Vlvion and Galther HustoavilleEstet and Wheat Dysohter Is a dangerous disease but can be cured Cnambeiata Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully wed In nine epl denies of dysentery It his neter been known to fall It is equally val gable for children and adults and when reduced with water aad sweeten cd it Is pleasant to take Sold by Pen nys Drug Soro- Commencing Aug 19 the Q C Railway will sell excursion tickets OR Fridays and Saturlays for 10 days to Spring City tor Rhea Springs or J HASELDEN HEIGHTS ASTERl t SALE AT 1 ADDITIONFROM GARRARD Lancaster Aug 16 I1t1dFridaypany of Huntington West Va la HaseldenHeights thelotstwolotsArnoldboughthomestead and two other lots D C RaymonuIaselden lotandA marriage of wide diversity of Wednesdayon o buggyTheLlttrcll 78 years of ago and Mrs t 2SThis f Dr E H Pierce officiated rapiidly f ington City M F West was rather recertly promoted to an Increase ol l9 while his younger brother promotioningc rninent clerkships and are sons of cityJudgea has been here on a visit to hU hater R vseriousMiss Hallle Arnold formerly hls county was married the eek in the city of Louisville to ofIN Tyler Richmond a prominent CityMr Church ot r this county have received much sym pathy since the death of their bab Rev C C Brown is engaged In protracted meeting at Antioch 11Iservices are held in the open air large congregations gather Robert Simpson bought a horse of Robert Long of Stone for 115 Forest Stapp bought q colt of Will Wor thlngton for 720 Elder F M Tinder preached at the Christian church at Klrksville Sun day morning The meeting conducted by Elder I J Spencer of Lexington will con Unite through the week The crowd was so great Sunday night that extra seats had to be brought In The forceful sermons by Mr Spencer and the singing by Miss Myers are in deed Interesting and meet with wrapt attention front the large audiences The new Lancaster hospital has al ready a number of patients iu the clean inviting wards In the Institu tion Besides the physicians two ox perienced trained nurses Misses Katherine Arnold of Louisville an- dS llle Lou Myers of this city are in attendance Miss Sallie Tlllett has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Luther Foley of Lexington Mrs George Rblnson of Dam like Is with her mother Mrs Rebecca West Miss PearrHafdln has returt ti ert to her homy In Decatur lIt litter a visit to her ulster dire Alex Walt er Elder An Barnetf wife and mother of Richmond were Visitors In our midst Sunday Mrs Joha Johnston and children of LoultfVlUe ate guests of Lancaster relatives Miss Beth McDowell 6f LaGrange is here visiting Mrs J R Mount Mts Nannie Wallace and daughter Miss Annie ot Charlotte N C are with Garrard relatives Mrs Annie Doty 1 and son James have returned to their home In MIllersburR tertvisit to Mr Alex Doty and fatally Mrs L J Spencer of Lexington Is here for a visit of several days Mrs Jacob Joseph is at home trim a pro tracted stay with her parents Mr and Mrs Fox of Eaton Ohio Mrs Belle Mershon ot Sherman Texas is the guest of Mrs John Walters Dr H ML Grant and sons Luclan and Bowman and Moss LIlY aDIe Grant acme visitors at the fAnuun Blue ITSS fair at Lexlawn last Week Misses Uallle and Mattla Adams havo vluViinJ cioiu a I n tnJ gable visit to their sister Mrs Edward England of Atlanta R E Hughes wife and little daughter Margaret ElkIn are here for the FrlsbleLogan wedding Miss Lula Campbell ot Gainesville Texas Is the guest of Mr and Mrs C A Robinson C A West late ot Oklahoma left the past week for a visit to his brothers Messrs Mlllord louls and Thtirston West In Wash- Ington City Miss Louise Kautfmau has returned from a visit to Mrs I N Combs of Lexington Muse Abble Wickmore of ClnclasaH is hero via iting Miss Lucretla Stttaner Mtaa a Mary and Madge HaeWey M Davtlle have been recentit11i1Uir tk Mtaos Walters Miss J K la 4t bbMe after a vtslttWrelatlved tg Montlcollo Mees feasts Wasbburn of Louisville Cktae t t day night for a visit to Mr and Mrs T J PrIce FOR SALE I A small farm of 71c aCres situated on Indian Creek Most of this farm is creek bottom good watery 55 acres cleared land 25 In grass good house and other buildings on county road and phone line 20 acres of creek bet thin in Umber All of this land don be cultivated with ease SCnoot church and store in two miles or farm This farm ties four miles east pj Middleburg four miles west ot Kings Mountain and near Duncan la Casey near the Lincoln slue Call on or ad dress J J Carter r +r b 1J 1 t cif Y r4LYIkyitl S ltHcTiI TILE INTERIOR JOURNAL t FetablMkC4 187L- CVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance HELTON 8AUFLEYPubireht1- latered at the Post Office at Sta lord Kyi as Second Class malL JUDGE SAUFLEY Words fall us when we seek to pay a tribute of love and respect to the memory of our kinsman Judge M C Saufley who was taKen so unexpect cdly last week A first cousin of our grandfather we looked upon him at the titular head of the name and rev erenced him as the patriarch of our family clan in addition to other reasons suggested by his most eminent abilities and attainments- It were hardly possible to pay him a more beautiful or truer tribute than was said in Saturdays Lexington Herald by our dear friend Col W P Walton former editor of this pa per and who knew the deceased Intimately for over a quarter ora ccn lineNotrover of the south who went to war for the lost cause is passing away Every days dlspatcnes tell of tht deaths of those who have crossed the river to rest with Jackson under the shade of the trees and soon there will be none to tell the tale of the hardships and the trials of those who were brave In war and have proved as worthy of praise after its close in everything that pertains to civic duty It is sad to think how rapidly passingsI of selfsacrifice and devotion to duty will be a heritage more precious than r rubles to those they leave behind These thoughts were revived yester day by the news of the sudden death of Judge MIcah Chrisman Saufley of Stanford one of the noblest Ilomans of them all Our columns tell the tfid etory It is our pleasure to add a word of praise of him who was faithful In every demand of a long and useful life and who in greatness grew as the years thickened over him Oh the writer knew him for thus ty years or more and can truly say that no braver man truer friend or juster judge ever lived than MIL Saufley as he was affection known by the people of his section who delighted to honor him and great lathe grief occasioned by his loss Although nearly three score ar ten he was a well preserved man and It was hoped and believed when he was elected for the third term as circuit judge of his district last No- vembert that be would live through t the term to dispense justice for which his court was always notable But man proposes and God disposes and today the body of this really great man will be placed by loving Iriendfl beneath the sod of the Kentucky that lie loved so well while tars of deepest sorrow will fill every eye When Judge SauHey ran for ap pellate judge in his district In 1904 we wrote to him for a picture and sketch of himself He had no picture t and said with reference to the sketch l There Is but little to say I only f want to emphasize that I am of Vir r ginia blood In every ancestral line- t t and chiefly that 1 was born and rear ed In the mountains of Wayne county Kentucky These facts are my on ly stock in trade He then went r to say that in the summer of 18G1 he entered the Confederate army as as private In a company recruited In Wayne county under many difficulties i and some perils with his elder brother and Shelby Coffey both t whom were killed very soon and In I j the first engagement they were in as soldiers with General Wolfords cavalry At first Judge Saufley was In the In fantry under General Zolllcoffer and then under General John C Breckln ridge with the first in battle at Fish ing Creek and the latter at Shiloh and wasliferred to j Morgans cavalry was captured on the Ohio raid and put in the Allegheny Pa penitentiary He Wild chased before the close of the and was In Virginia at Lees warI filer After an absence of three and ten months he returned to his home In Wayno county Of the delightful romance that the t war brought about for him let the Judges own words tell in his humor our way I was treated with great kindness while sick in Tennessee at home of Major Rowan an old lawyer of Mur rreesboro Tnree yearn later utter close of the war I went back 1the and out of gratitude for the has pitality ot the family married the youngest daughter of the home the prettiest girl I swear in all Dixie 4 WITH LIFE AND POLICY SAVED You can make a new start after the fire Without the policy what a hope less and dreary outlook would be yours Dont risk it Have us insure you today so that if fire come tonight as It rung you will not wake up tomorrow ajulned man I Fish do Penning lop fftanferd Kr PhssiOO Having gotted his license to prac Uce law he moved to Lincoln county where he was soon alter elected County Attorney and then county judge lie was a Hancock elector in 1881 and Cleveland appointed him associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Wyoming until the territory was ad mltted as a State Then he to Kentucky and In 1892 wasreturnedI Circuit Judge the position with great credit at the time of hli death Not long since the greatest bereavement of his life befell Judge Saufley in the death of his son George BI Saulley a bright young lawyer who was following in his fathers footsteps and the blow nearly crushed him Six children survive the Judge In ad ditlon to one of the loveliest and truest wives that ever blessed a mar with her love and devotion The chll dren are Rowan Snufley Mrs Shop perd Webb and Mrs S M Logan Mrs Geo L Penny James Sauflej and Lieutenant Saufley of the navy A great man has fallen and there Is sorrow everywhere he is known May God soften the blow to those on whom It heaviest falls and reward his faithfulness and devotion to duty by an eternity at Ills right hand The democrats of the tenth distric eeem to have m splendid opportunlt to win this year They have nomlna ed the strongest and cleanest man In the district A Floyd Byrd of Win chester to oppose Langley and It looks like theres going to be one more Democratic representative ii next time to a the lower house solar plexus blow to the AldrlchCan lion rough riders Lebanon voted wet last Thursday by a majority of 13 votes Three years ago the town was voted dry by a majority of 63 votes Likes New Mexico D J SMITH WRITES TO FRIEND THROUGH THE I J Haag New Mexico Aug 8 Mr Editor I J If you will allow the space in your paper which myself and little family esteem so highly will give my many friends an account of myself and home on the plains of New Mexico- I have been here one year last November am loci ed on a running water draw in Currey county New Mexico As I like to have protection from wind I did not locate on the high plains although I never saw better of prettier country The climate Is ideal with the exception of a few days In winter very healthful plenty of antelope and jack rabbits which are tine runners We are having plenty- of rain and crops are looking fine al though very late There Is a large crop of broom corn some fear too late We grow all grain crops practl callyI not attempt to say much of the country this time In a short letter We always hustle to see who will get first look over the I J and find so many entertaining things in every is sue I am glad to know you are us ing your new court house for which I had pleasure to vote lor the good citi zens should be proud of it also to see lion Harvey Helm has no opposition Uo it Harvey I would be glad to get to vote for you again I am glad to see so many glowing things about Crab Orchard which Capt Joe Willis will make the best 1 want to congratulate the resort m getting Mrs Mary Richert as head Housekeeper I have spent many pleasant days there and around Crab Orchard also some sorrow and trou ble Am very sorry to know of Mr IV H Traylors sickness have had a teat deal of pleasant dealings with lira hope he will be out soon Would JQ glad to see all of ray old Gilberts reek friends and customers Very respectfullYD If your liver Is sluggish and out one and you feel dull bilious con- Stipated take a dose of Chamber- laIns Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring and you will I ill right in the mroning Sold by Pen iys Drug Store Hows This we t Sa C=s n=2rs Poir JIaM for urt M ol cUnb that cannot be cured toy D- aUlIF j CHEXEY R CO Toledo O bar known P J Lamer for the tae II yean lid believe him perfectly boo crable In all buunrta tranawtlona and ananelally able to carry oat any obligation made by bu trim WALDWO KINNAH k UIKVIK I Wholesale DrtmtoU Toledo O- Haffa Catarrh Cure U uken Infernally acting Irectly upon the blood and mueoui lurtaer ol the stem TMtlmonlaK rutl1ne Price 71 cents pet ottie Sold by all Take liaUi Family rtlli not couUpatlOD I I YOUCANBUY I Your coalcheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13I cts per bushelI Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co Newspaper Aiveriif I MADE MONEY FOR DANVILLE FAIR THIS YEAR Col I M Dunn the popular secretary of the Danville fair is thorough ly convinced of the value of country newspaper advertising lie adv rUsed the fair this year In no other way cut all posters bills and oth er ways which cost much but give little results and confined himself ex cluslvely to the newspapers The result Col Dunn says is that the Danville fair made money this year the first time In many years He rays he will use nothing but the country press In the future and advises others seeking profitable adver tising to do likewise Col Dunn Is talking a Trl County fair by Boyle Lincoln and Garrard counties and his suggestion Is meeting with much favor by leading farmers and prominent men of all three coun ties ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mr and Mrs J W Duncan who are visiting Mrs Duncans parents Elder and Mrs Joseph Ballou spent Tues day In Lancaster guest of relatives Miss Roundtree of St Joe Mo will arrive this evening to visit Miss Peachie Baughman Mr and Mrs J F Cummins of Stanford visited Mr and Mrs T C Willis The trip to Nlcholasvllle was made In his automobile Jessamine Journal Mrs W S Cummins from Wichatau Kansas is the guest of her sister Mrs J E Brown Rev R B Mahony made a business trip to Crab Orchard on Tuesday Miss Beulah Grimes and Mrs J D Horton are attending the Brodhead fair this week Rocker President- S Vice Presldent H Cashier ft W W Ind It Harris Bookkeeper ne sure and take oWe of Ckam- bcrlaiae Colic Ootyra Dlsrikoea with wheel startjic OB your trip this summer It cannot be obtained On board tho trains or steamers Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacks ofdlar rhofa and It Is best to be prepared Sold by Pennys Drug Store GROVER WILKINSON SUCCUMBS TO TYPHOID Grover C Wilkinson tho 20year old son of Booker Wilkinson passed away at tho home of his parents yes terday morning after an Illness of weeks of typhoid fever lIe contract ed the disease in Frankfort and came home two weeks ago The remains wore taken to his old homo at Liber ty this morning and were Interred In tho cemetery there at 11 oclock HOW TO CURE ECZEMA PIMPLES AND DANDRUFF We desire to say that when we took the agency for Zemo we were convinc ed that It was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are plesed to state that we shall con tlnuo the agency as 55emo has given splendid results wherever recommend ed Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects Its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the akin clear and healthy i does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining In aim pie words how any person ran bo cur ed at home of any form of skin or remedy L Penny Druggist If you have anything to eell in the STOCK LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Yards He buypand sel a every day in the year except Sunday Bring oa your stock Best market in the State with plenty of eed and water best covered pen outside of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do a general hitch and feed business The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 la Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH 3 ANNUALr 191 f Etatti Kctourctr Eihllttd DAILY RACES FIREWORKS r NATXCLLO AND HIS BAND Frta Attractions UotodtU MI4 ii HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNIfH AUUSEUENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For tarttiir Information writ I KEIYKAN Secrilary 320 Paul lease DWg LOUISVILLE 121314It1Eit11- 7tbg Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Rcmuchy CAPITAL 5 5000000 SURPLUS S 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICE SICARPENTER BOO F i ESTER ASST CASH HAYS FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTORSI W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilbert Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS I S TIHarris C Bauphman Saunders Bookkeeper J A 3 G Stock W R DIRECTORS F Reid J II Banghma0 M D Elmore J M Petto H C Banghman J F Cnanlm S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S locker W H Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a ice residence and place yourself in a to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to icadquarterfl Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far men Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our linN cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL do TEL CO JXOOBrOJUTRD WALK OVER SHOES fie t- Are l S today the most extensively ad vertised footwear in the world A pret ty big statement but it is true Manufactured 1 in every leather used in footwear and in almost every style conceiv able at 350 4 450 and 5 theCpair We believe them to be the best r wearing and best looking mans shoe e made todayaH J McRobertsTe clbci m ag3Baa3aE tG L Penny R H Coffey E R ColemanTrnClar Ice Cream Sola atora IiPhosphates 0 ci c- irapo I m i 1mm PENNYS DRUG STOREM8tanrord Kentucky i mBB9J3 J BBiIIeifl IJ L Beazley Co ai Ymar aennrA i Undertaken and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur Tbfl1JillAll Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer in and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Marker and Foiti Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works Mo Kinney i- cyJic McClary Undertaker and EmbalmerJ STANFORD KY 08 PheaeI iBOPhoaelII11 Q WATRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 iNight Phono 183 1 CO wk f CONCRETING i We arena petition to do all klndi of con ereltng ai Work Pavements frombouta you promptly andluarante flritolau rbelor0QPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky When Hungry = GO TO Carton Restaurant Lancaster Street LMeals to 11 M r x Best place tu wnfor a good quick mealtCooking to salt our customers our sptclalty r Splendid new line of fancy IfIHot Coffee Sandwiches pies Batter mirktand sweet milk etc at all times W A CARSON Prep C B D CARTERSNew C LlvervDepot Street PhoneL fTtNPJm K ENTUCKY New Lace Collars fTherei6 nothing more popular at preeent than Inco collars We have J l ced on sale a new stock Price 25c to 226 I ash Suits And Wash Skirts iI Greatly Reduced Prices Onefourth to ono half offthe price I II SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky ere U a sew line of 26c box pa fri ipcclal values at Pennys DniK ire F1RSOHALS Hit gvlMB Flatter Woods spent nday at Crab Orchard Springs OeeffD Florence was confined 1r t several days isst week 1th a touch of malarial fever Mr and Mrs Lorcll Rousseau of Jlwnlx Arizona aro the guests of Mrs Greenberry Bright KatherlBe Melvin of Crab Or as her guests Misses Amy D Parrlih and Mr Roy D fad Rlckmond and Mrs J W Hagln aro Mr and Mrs H C Baugb vlUses Elizabeth Nancy and Bar llunn have returned from a visit relatives In Frankfort Menirs Mannto Dllllon and Reuben naugh Jr p s cd through here nday en routo to Dryantsvlllo Dr William Hunn and Miss Eliza t he Uunn of Louisville have been t guests of Mr and Mrs A r I nn Tho Ladles Aid Society of the 1 eibjtertan church will meet Fri cr afternoon with Mrs Mattie A lUftrs at 3 oclock A full attend a Alb desired the Current Event Club will meet th Miss Pauline Hocker at 230 uniday afternoon- Ir and Mrs James McCartjr and- o st Luclle enjoyed the fair at Lex t qn last week and family Mr Army Droaddus visiting friends ando Oklahoma are t aUve here Ion W C Fish of Paint Lick was u guest of his son Mr W B Fish here this week ibliss Paltlo Pruitt of Lexington at tt tded the funeral of Judge M C Eiuder hero Sunday Miss Ann Wuber of Chattanooga Tfnn Is the attractive guest ot Mrs Clarenco Tate Mrs Eliza Dlaln Is the guest of rela lives at Paint Lick Mrs Georgo swopo is quite ill at her homo on Dlx River Mm Robert Scudder and little son ore visiting her parent in Richmond Mr Joo McAllstcr was the guest of relatives in Richmond over Sunday Miss Katherln Harris Is visiting In LancasterMiss Johnson of Juncton City visited relatives In Stanford last weekMr and Mrs J II Daughraan attended the Harrodsburg and Lexing ton fairs last week Mrs Annie Kogleraan spent Satur day and Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Blma Hochitrasser and eta Von Altaian of Louisville are guests of Miss Amelia Von Allman Little Miss Josephine Beazloy left Saturday for a visit to her grand parents In Falmouth Misses Lula May and Elizabeth and Master James Holderman have returned to their homo at Somerset after a visit to relatives hero Perry White is ill near Preachers vlllo with Hrlghts disease Ho will probably go to the Crab Orchard Sanatorium Mr D Ford who has been located here for some time with tho Singer Co has been transferred to Junction City by that company Jno A Chappell left Monday for St Louis to take a position with the Associated Terminal Co of that city Mr Raymond McUee of this office was tho guest of Mr Lewis Knob lock and attended tho Lexington lair last week Miss Anne Ashlock is visiting Mel dame T 8 Martin and Geo Reeves of Lexington and will visit Meadame C N and R L Burns of Paris returning home Mr and Mrs Clarence Coleman and little son Clarenco Clement of Louisville are vi lUng relatives in Ludlow Lancaster and Mlddleburg Mr Coleman who Is In government service at Louisville lion his annual vacation ooo oaeGoo ooooo G Q Q G 0 o r OVER a- u a i- PO 3 ff Q 200 IRS II u OF Ibathes I i t cWr lJP OXords I AT l- r 1 53- bha 1 WORTH 250 TO 300C- umminsI Wearen trSTMlFQRD KENTUCKY This store is the home of Hart Schaffaer Iz Marx clothes Q You Will See Fresh Things At all seasons of the year at this store We buy New Goods every day and strive to be ready fur the demands of our cueteraeie Right now you will be looking for Summer Novelties and right on the heels oi these come the thought of school drccecs r G Lutes attended tho Lexington III last week Bertha McClure is visiting In Crab Orchard Mrs George n Hardin of Bellevue Ky Ja the guest of Mr N L Stone and family Mr JIaroId F Sauflcy of New Or leans attended the funeral of his kind man Judge Sauney Rev J W Hoiking and Rev R nNoel are at Hustonvlllo attending the Baptist Convention Miss Annie Myers of West End is the guest of her sister Mrs H G LutesMr and Mrs Ed Oakes and little daughter Geneva spent last week with relatives In Lancaster Cityhascounty for several days taking treat Went for rheumatism Mlns Ella Mae Saunders who has been visiting the family of Mr Bland Mallard In Danville has returned home entertainingtheCooper Stella Rupley Mary Warren Josephine Warren and Sophia Alcorn of Stanford Danville Advocate Dr A E Dougherty and wife of Bloomington Ill Miss Mantlo of the same place Mrs Frank Prlvett of Lexington and Mrs J B Harris of Knokvlllo were the guests of Miss Motile Daugherty here lost week Turner Carpenter the young son of Mr andl Mrs Adam Carpenter Is 111 of typhoid fever at his home near Moreland Mrs Newman Dirk and children from Owensboro came today to bo the guest of her brother Mt J W Baughman Rev Alfred Higgins Is at home with his parents Mr and Mrs W H Hi gins DameyTannerafternoon In Danville Last night 9leywillMr Martin who Is a native of Per ryvllle Is engaged in the dry goods business in Stanford He and Mr Thomas Humble also of Pcrryville compose the firm Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs W J Holtzclaw of Walnut Flat had as their guest last week Mr and Mrs J L Dudderar and handsome son of Anderson Ind Mr and Mrs W C Holtzclaw ot Cov ington and Miss Maymo Holtzclaw of Gilberts Creek Mr G B Beau mont of New York City spent Sun day with his sister Mrs W J Holtz clawLittle Miss Lucllo Ireland celebrat ed the second anniversary of her birthday Friday afternoon no tbo home of her parents on Main street The spacious lawn was quite a pret ty scene when all the little company arrived and scattered over It playing their numerous little tame Refresh meats were served on the lawn the tables being decked with boqueU of golden glow and other flowers Seat ed at the hostess table beautiful with the birthday cake holding two little pink candles In the center of It were Misses Mary Blain oater Georgia WinY Muster Shelton Saufloy Jr and the hostess Miss Luclle Ireland Favors at each plato were tiny little dolls and pigs This llttlo hostess Is very bright and popular and was remembered with many gifts and ex reralons of good wishes Among the guests were Elsie Coleman nettle Perry Margaret Shanks Georgia Wray Annette Wray Mary Blain Foster Nancy Katherine McKinney Frances Tate Josephine Moore Etta Bruce laugh man Sophia Saundrs Blue Withers McClnry Anna If McHobwU Jessie Lee Phillips Katherine Murphy Joan Ballou Elizabeth Carter Marjorie Ballou Pearl Embry Lucile Walker Harvey Embry George Fleece Farris James Paxton Shelton Saufloy Jr Warren Moore Jean Moore Short Local News For Salo310 bushels of large on I ions Thompson Bros Kings Moun tain Ky 484 For Sale or Rent Uptodate corn and feed mill latest machinery capacity 225 busbels Good shipping point large building room tor other manufacturing Junction City Enter price Company Junction City Ky JosephRallouChristian church Sunday morning and evening Everyone is cordially i Invited For Sale Two story frame resi denco on East Main street known as the Pennington property also household and kitchen furniture Apply to T W Pennlngton or at the house For Sale The story building on Main Strejt now accupled by S Goldsteins store H C Baughman William Baugh ayoung man of Highland aged about 22 years while working on the tobacco barn of Garrett Berry fell a distance of 28 feet to the ground Saturday sustaining serious Injuries It Is thought that he is severely Injured internally O J Speaks huge engine loll through the Somerset street bridge left last week for Alberta Canada where be will run a thresh ing outfit in that great graln raising country Rev Homer arpenter Shelby vlllo preached a splendid sermon at the ChrlsUan church here Sunday evening Hanly Bohon of Horrodsburg de livered to Harry Jacobs ot McKicaeyll a nice Flanders car Tuesday E J Tanner got an Olds Oakland News from eatUe Washings ton that Mrs W Con Bell will home with the remains of J startI Con Bell this week The expected to lake place at burg the first next week Mrs Bell la still very ill herself but is anxious to get home THE ROCKCASTLECOUNTY BRODHEAD KY AUGUST 18 19 IAN EXPOSITION FULL INTEREST MORE SIGHTS TOSEE MORE EXHIBITS TO AD MIRE AND MORE PLEASURE TO ALL GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION AND PARACHUTE LEAP EACH DAY OF THE FAlRi TAKE A RIDE ON THE MERRYGO AROUND I Liberal Premiums Daily Band Concerts I THIS WILL BE THE BIGGEST EVEVT OF THE YEARDONT MISS IT I Th Road From Orab Orchard to nrodhsd It In flnUndld Shape For Oonvtyanett Granville Owens President A Ji Haggard Secretary COL J P CHANDLER Ringmaster OOGOOOI i SUPERIORI GRAIN DRILLS I I For 1910 Have Arrived i Stop In And See Them 1w H HIGG1NS IN AND SEE IF HE HASNTSOMETHINQ YOU WANT Stanford Kentucky X01 1 E E EtIF E t1tIE tltt l tlE tk F E For School DressesdNew Percales f IM We have just placed on Sale twentyfive new patterns in Cambric final khAlthoughmere remains the eame 12Jc 1 j II I before 17 Fred Baumann Jr has bought of Miss A E Patterson her nice cottage Jn the eastern end of tile city the consideration being 930 A nice line wagon and buggy whipsI nt the Country Store 1 I A new supplw ot dollar watches at the Country Store toltAt Lancaster fair a pocket book contain about t76 In checks and a IS bill Name In back Reward for return to W M Duncan I Stanford 453 Mothers haveyou tried HolllBtern greatNellslngaway summer troubles Makes them sleep and grow 3Bc tea or tablets Shugars and Tanner For SaleNice residence on Main street in Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enougLvfor another build- Ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything in good repair Price 12760 A bargain see L R Hughes Stanford Ky I have opcnd up a firstclass meat store in the Straub building on Somerset street The best and freshest meats on hand at all times R B Wilkinson 482 The Camp Meeting at luubo be gins Aug SO Hear Tillman preach and slog 493 Wanted some meat ut the Country Store Popular W W White Is celebrating the first anniversary of his coming to the city with hid Country Store He has made a wonderful success so far and is being heartily congratulat ed by his many friends Trunks and Sewing machines lltti best kind W A Tribble a REMOVAL SALE I toleaveawaywithwe offer everything in the JS1tne t everything that is carried by so tintclass dry goods store and nil goaat ps1cSLadles iaall go at figures which are DonndiW rfmake them move Dont be late fc bgalDBEtyf7Souefihold l tUon Also a nice threeyearold Gold+ xa1 dust Lilly Will sell theee very cheap S Goldstein Stanford Ky Y t iIklbROOF BOURBON POULlUr CURE down the throat at vffnteecblcken destroys We worms sod laves the chlcks1N A few drops la U dxttJac water rare seal tForthetreatmeDtofWblteDlahoeal Sec e12 z II i I Final G1eanUp 4 i OF OXFORDS t- At t Prices That Will Interest You r The pair you bought the first ofthe season is looking a Little Rusty and you know how much a neat well fitted Oxford adds to your appear ance Plenty of time to wear them tyet i- IWEPERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKYf S jfI w L c- I IL B Hug hes T W Humble W O Martia I 25 PER CENT OFF On any Oxford in our store fi Ten Per Cent Off IOn all lawns batistes and Isilk mull Also big reduc tion in a lot of short length summer silks suitable for waists scarfs etc ti RUCHES MARTIN COhDry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORDKENTUCKYI w 1 t = r I DONT TINKER WITH YOUR WAT are Base by with of H W K y lfrlirIrte18y JtKyI ION dj I L rQuit Business Sale f H aving formed connections with the Tobacco War houM in we will tCOftpelled fo give alt of our time to Ih tbu8ineai after September 15th Until September let we offer every vehicle in our renoaitorj at Actual Cost All unsold September 3rd will be told at auction This stock consists of about CO vehicles I BUGGIES IIAETINSmer Note early shopworn todate and get job the in choice thehouse lumI SUIKEVS HAl WAG NS I DANVILLE KY HLCa BRIGHT COMPANYDANVILLE KY COOL Heat Except Where Needed DISHES WELL COOK EDKITCHEN COOL NO UNDER DONE FOODNO OVERHEATED KITCHEN IN SUMMER EVERY THING HOT WHEN WANTED HEAT UNDER PERFECT AND CONCENTRATEDTHE IS ALL HEAT NO SMOKENOtODOR NO DIRT THESE ARE SOME OF THE AD IN USING THE t JjEW PE1tFECTION WICK BLUE FLAME OIL COOKSTOVE tV1 teller vrywhir If not you Is writS for a D OrlpUv Circular to the gnol of THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated l t Fahs Costars and Ties BroughtJV to I i L L sANDERs r 1 c- I Crab Orchard Kentucky IJ s arsaw BOILERIfS 4 apt r i causeWotherDartrightIrilJtinkering neglecting J J WARNER i 1 ff Danville Saturday iN t KITCHEN No I HOTFOOD CONTROL VANTAGES nutrcst You J YOUR CHANCE For A- BARGAIN OnttSea I li GEO II FARRIS CHOOSING A WHIP l is an easy matter here We have every style lor efory use infat about any price Tlie oily whIp you cannot get ob HpiJor r Ctiis Ao have pond or that Kind our whips are only a sample of our harness and all kinds of horse goods Yocll find th9 latter iultt as good aa tHe whips an Dually moderato In price J C McCLARV Stanford Ky p f Swept The Boards I J H BAUGHMANS MULES WIN AT TWO MORE FAIRS After having almost swept tho plat tor clean in the mule rings at the Harrodsburg and Lexington lairs JIL Baughman of this city took his champion bunch to the Perryvlllo and Lawrenceburg fairs this week At llarrodsburg he showed in six rings getting six blues and two reds and at Lexington beat mules of all ages with his two carold mare mule in the championship ring Ho was offered 9350 for her and 600 for his twoyearold team but has reserved all his stock for his big sale here on Sept 7th HIblues and championships This speaks volumes for Lincoln county as a producer of high class stock FINE WESTERN PICTURE AT OP ERA HOUSE TONIGHT The Cowboys Reward will be shown at Opera House tonight This is one of the finest Western pictures over shown In this city Also the fiddler a good picture will be shown FARM SALE AT AUCTION As administrator of tho estate a D M Swope deceased I will on ttt premised about 2 12 miles west of Dryantsvllle on the Fishers Ford road on WEDNESDAY AUG 31 1910 sell to the highest and best bidder tho following property towlt The fine Blue Grass farm of 26 acres located near Dryantsvill Tb place la in a high state of cutlvatlon finely Improved well watered well fenced and la a farm that has few II any equals in the Dluo Gross coun try This farm IIrJst be sold so that the proceeds caiPfte divided among the heirs The sale will begin promptly at 10 a m Terms will be made known oa day of sale Also at the sawn time and place the following ad dittonal property will be sold at auc tlw4S shares of stock in ae bank of Bryantavllle 10 head of sheep tour steers 10 milch cows 2 hellers one bull 1 bay mule 1 Jot of liege 1 bay rasa 1 spotted pony 1 bay horso 1 gray mule 5 calves 1 nveyearold NItQflhArrowafid numerous other farming imple meets pae rubber tire buggy a4 playerhouseholdother articles too ahmerou to men tloa R K SWIPE AlmP ot B M gwope Deceased Col I M Dunn Auctioneer Every Month wriie tGtaP uucrj3 of Vienna Alo 1 used to be slckmost of the time and suffered with backache and headache MyMoth rwho i had been g atlyh1ed by the use tat Cardut got me- two bottles and I have been well ever since H E tre11 CARDUI Tt1 T6nlcdardtft Iotyouny and old women Hit relieves and prevents piirl It builds stretlh1 Itafeeds the nerves helps lh whole systemrr harmieaijrook does not off fl doyou nothing but good wiUhelpIYQ i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Tom Brent sold 8 head of steers to Tom Pcnco at 4 cents tact week I have about 100 acres of land that I want to rent for cash to good man to raise corn hemp or tobacco H n Anderson Box 235 Stanford 473 James Sallee bought tlxty cattlo ar craglng 1200 pounds front J D White house at 0 cents a pound Hemp harvester for sale In good condition W A Tribble For SaloA well Improved farm 6T20 acres near Mt Salem house antfarmingSalem Ky 492U DICk ticudder ot McKinneywon the model stallion mare or gelding ring at tho Harrodsburg tale leaf week 110 Is having a fine year Anderson Spllman tho Boylo millers have purchased 82000 bushels of wheat from tho farmers of Boyle county at p3 coats a bushel paidFor ram kleyStanfordM O Covington of Richmond has sold to J W Dales agent for tho S S Company H3 head cf 1400 pound cattle at 7 a hundred making one of the largest sales of tho season Arthur 1 Carter of Moreland writes that he has a tobacco leaf which Is about the largest so tar reported It measures 41 12 Inches In length and 22 inches In width Can you beat It It so lots hoar from youThe Advocate sllf8 there is leas afdropping oft of twothirds over years very recent Tho Invasion of tobacco has swept away the Interest ID hemp For sale Thoroughbred Durocs pair 16 hand mules and a family horse n H Crow Shelby City Ky 464 theewas slow but a few changed hands around 5 cents For Sale 354acre farm about 7 mile from Stanford 100 acres of nee bottom land as good as you can find la Lincoln county Tho uplaad is good The while farm is well fenced and never falling water there being two good cliterna at tho door a 9 room dwelling two ttaaat bouses two stock barns and netf tobacco barn 9jx3Sr 2 corn cribs granary Ire house buggy nouse etc Wilt seU at a bargain la the next 60 days Owners reason for selling Is bad health For further particulars see W 1 McCarty or L R Hughw Col I M Dunn of Danville sold for Mr J Whltehouse his farm located southeast of Daavllle an the lAncaster and Stanford Bikes to Mr James Sallee at 1135 per acre The place and la hand proved sacressomely known as the Lanier farm Last year Col Dunn sold this farm to Mr Whltehouso at 1120 per acre Mr Bailee sold his farm on the Perry llle pike to Cal C R Anderson at 135 per acre HB B Norihcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tuaor MgVi WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Hens 10llc1 L 0 Eggs 1213c Fryers u lie Turkeys per Ib310uDucks per Ib18cltooCJ-tors per Ibi c lIdos per Ib 7c Feathers 15 40c Ginseng per lb 500 Yellow Root per Ib lS12fi LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN IXCHANQE FOR PRODUCE We can plisse you Phone t531 CUTFLoWERS FOR SALE I a aturamtltvp Mi ltk Ih best atell M f ot Mt Uowwl pleat of 11 kladf bulbs potted nowan or short wrIbltoraflktadeerveletaWMo9Driooir OnniHTrfLN OUEKN HOUKKS Ko UuUBAiin Ntan PaORI Spring Summer Stocks Te7oar measure tak t by a tailor of ex perieooe Tben your clothes vrbetbora low tinning010lblwllll1a1llwbteb plainly lodleate they were made lo Jourmeuure I will take year meal tOt1IGIIstMMplH oa hand ready for your Inipootlon KOKUPUJY Tbe Tailor Stanford J 4 t5ei ae c lt Clearance Sale Bf Clothing Oxfords Straig Hats Odd Pants SUITS 125 Sulfa ati4I18M2250 bolts 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