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HTANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUOU8T 23rd, 910 No. SI SUNDAY'S RAIN INSURES BIG CROPS FARMERS ALL HAPPY AND MANY ATTEND COURT DAY AT LANCASTER. official preferment upon tho methods that are today so prevalent and to UGHTNING PLAYS HAVOC IN WEST END MUCH MRS. CONN PASSES AWAY IN GARRARD K I -- j Mrs. W. A. Price entertained with a sumptuous dinner last Friday In honor of Mrs. T. .1. Price or this city, and her sisters, Mrs. M. H. Mabr, ot rallahasee, FIa., and the Misses Wnshburn, ot Louisville Tho faculty tor tho Lancaster grad cd School Is about the same for tho ensuing term. Most ot tho teachers pooled crop?" Is tho question here an) announcements. 1 ' 00 Dinner. or tho past year have been retained. today A representative ot the It. J. 1 no or Campbells Committee meetings Miss Hettle Robinson, Reynolds Tobacco Company, of Wins115 Oflicers' conference. vllle, will fill Prof. Nlckell's place, ton Salem, N C bid on and secured 1 30 Praise service. In chargo of ot this city, a quantity of the crop Inst night. Mrs. Ethel Darnold, The Hurley peoplo will ont say what McKlnney school. that It Miss Lillian Sanford. As Mrs. amount was aecured, but Jie 1:45 Business session. Belle Burnsldo was compelled to give board adjourned until nest (I) Reports or schools. up her placo ns musical Instructor on Tuesday, when it is Bxpeclcd thnt ts (2) will be made public, the or committees. (3) Offering account or railing health. Miss Mlnnla whenmatter also expected that tho and anIt Is Walsh, or Campbells Hie, a graduate nouncement will be made that the for State nnd county work. 2:00 Freo tor all: "What Lincoln Engand Conservatory ot Reynolds Company has secured tho ot the New Muelc at Boston, has been selected by larger part of the pool crop nnd that county Bible schools may reasonably the entire pool has been sold. the board ot trustees. The school wit! Tho Reynolds Company Is said to be expected to do during tho the next be open the first Monday In Septetm be buying for the trust, and If this be twelve months. Led by W. S. Willis. 2:30 Announcements The county true the trust will have the greater her. 'The Dew honor roll. Mis. Cooper who has been the guest? share of the 120,000,000 pounds. men Institute. On the other hand, tobacco trlend and schoolmate Mrs. here, who claim to know something Orfensboro, Sept. 1923. of her 2:4f Adult Bible class or teachers Chester Fitch, ot this place met with or the trust say that the American In quite a palnrul accident while visit- Tobacco Company has no use tor the training class on exhibition. along it can ing In Fayette's capltol. While upon pooled crop and that any ot get crop sharge or Hustonvllle Bible school. tne mighty well without 3;15 "The Blblo School and the one ot the streets ot Lexington she as they hae large quantities in stor by some tree 3ko and have also bought a large Home." D. M. Walker. fell Into a hole made roots and broke her leg. She was tak amount ot tobacco out ot the pool In Kentucky and also bought all It could en at once to the St. Joseph Hospital secrtre In other States. Kings Mountain while her two children are here under But whether the trust has beeu the or Mrs. Fitch. purchaser or not the chief thing Is the care or practically the entire Mr. T. R. Taylor Is at Wiimnr m Mrs. Georgia Guilfoyle aged 18 the disposal 1909 pool, and although no official years died In Lexington of peritonitis statement is made.it Is generally be- business. Trusty Mr. C. the section foreman. She wa!? native ot this count and lieved that this has been accomplished of this place received a very painful the remains were brought to her old and that the average price ot about wound by the explosion or a torpedo $18 dollars a hundred will bo paid which he had place on the track and home Paint Lick tor interment which will mean that $21,600,000 will tne worK train ran over It while A protracted meeting will begin at be turned Into the pool before the was standing near and a piece or he the Sunday Aug. 28 pool is completed. torpedo entered his leg Just below the the Baptist church on are current concern- knoe Inflicting a very painful Injury. Many rumors Rev. M. Martin, ot Jellico, will con ing the tobacco. One Is that the sale Dr. Acton duct the services, to be assisted by to the Reynolds people was 1,500,000 Murphy and and wife and Mrs. M. G. wife attended me South the pastor, Rev. O. P. Bush. pounds. T. D. Blackmore, represen- Kentucky Baptist Association at Ellis A picnic was held Friday atternoon tative ot Reynolds here, refused to burg last week. company has The teachers and trustees or Edu In the spacious yard ot Miss Alberta affirm or deny that his cational Div. No. 3 are urged to at bought a pound ot the tobacco. Anderson's pretty country home. Th tend the teachers' association at occasion was to celebrate a number King's Mountain the last Saturday In Preachersyille. August all interested In school afot homecoming schoolmates. Some fairs are urged to be present. in or 20 gathered to partake ot a E. G. Master Clinton Parks was taken to Hatfield, Gllliland, Chairman, Francis delicious luncheon that was served. Secretary. last week by his lather & Swlnebroad sold the Louisville Hughes Rev. w. J. Ward, Mr. FaJo Parks, to have one ot his begin a protracted of Missouri, will meeting at the Robinson residence recently purchas- lower limbs straightened. Pleasant Perry White Is still very sick or day Aug. Point ItBaptistbe church Tues ed by Mr. W. A, Lear to Mr. Samuel 24. will remembered Bright's disease and threatened lever Cotton ot this county for 13,000. Ward held revival hero J. H. Rlgsby Is quite ill. Mrs. Fado that Bro.ago which wasa thought to be 20 years M. Laubert or Jennsylvanla bought Henry Parks Is complaining greatest revivals ever held one of a car load or mules and shipped Is quite 111 of troubles inci In tnls the ot part the country. McCormack. men will follow. dent to old age. Your correspondent from this point Monday. them Rev. Adams Tilled an engagement Readiness of comprehension; clear-noFourteen ol the most rcprcsetatlve The numerous friends all over the has been Indisposed. Mrs. Ueorge 11. at the Christian church ounday Aug. of vision, certainty In Judgment termers ot the Paint Lick section State will be glad to learn that MilColson Is doing no good, her condit- 14th. were elements that he possesses, ana of Uarrard county ion unchanged. Moreland. have signed a call ton McCormack under the care or a Ui thoir aid ho brought a will that Rev. Pierce Bryant prearhea a fine CARD OF THANKS faltered, a courage that was tor a mass meeting ot tobacco grow- rine tralucd nurse and n loving watch imwr sermon at the Baptist church last unflinching, and a power of expres ers to be held thero Sept, 3. A mon- ful and anxious mother and sisters Is Mr. Walter Clements the twenty Sunday which Is beln? highly comIt. nlon that served as a flawless mirror ster barbecue and basket dinner will doing rine and hopes to see them all by Arter a partial recovery ot tho second child of his paronts, and Miss plimented C. all who heard or Rer. Kimball, wire for bis thoughts. More man mis, no Mrs. R pooling question will soon Mary Carter, daughter or Sir, and Mrs Kimball Is visiting Mm, J. M. Cress. shock we desire to thank the good had a memory so retentive that ne be served at tho Tho "Annual Smoker" on Saturday B. C. Cartor, were quietly married at Richard Bratton and wire, or Hubble people or Stanford and Lincoln counuwmMl ever to have at nis command bo discussed trout all angles. Tho exety through. th Interior Jouiiial and that wealth of ract whtcn uos in 01c cutive committee of the Hurley Tobac eve last by tiustonvtiio Masonic the residence ot Rev. II. M. uurke. wen- - vialliiig Mr. and Mrs. J. R. servatlon and experiences mat are ca Society will be present, and grow- Lodgo waa well attended and greatly Levi Anderson and wlfa ot CaMr. J. M. Evans Is quite 111. In lin- naan, were also vUHlng thero. Rev. Its kind editor, tor their quick . re was n pasL and a serene poise that ers from all over Uarrard, Madison, enjoyed by the 35 members present ing and straining he broke an arterj Thornton is vUlt'ng Mrs. '.ummlns sponse to the signal ot distress when stranger to the wltes or confusion. sphere, lie chose the forum as his No law- - Lincoln and other counties or this see Misses Spencer, ot Somerset, is the In tho region or his right lung. Two and daughter. Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. our little home came so near being nnd It was a happy choice. Jasner Collins anl baby lslted Mrs robbed ot Its Tght and Joy, by the be present, Tho call Issued guest this week or Mr. and Mrs. F doctors havo been In attendance. In the tlon will Cress. Miss Bertha Adams, or ctth jer. no layman, could see him without by these prominent tanners ot Taint tl Carson to whom they are related. Mrs. Mary Eadlam and two daugh Salem. Ind.. visited little MUs blla kldnaplnk or our only dear child Joe or tho court room activities (.'. C. Carpenter sold n splendid ters, or Garrard county, aro visiting Rlgsby and now ooth aro visiting the Davis, and further tor the many romnrltlnE- his eminent fitness for Lick says. or their tlmo and aid in trying to fiildiL'g by Ga'tJi last wek the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. family ot their uncle, Louis B"ll. ot We reel that the tobacco question hiun.' thnt tribunal. Alert aggressive, re Bourceful, he was an antagonist to bo deserves Immedlato attontlon. Crab Orchard. Mrs. Tom Harglss. or bring the guilty parties to Justice The to Thomas Phillips, of Lebanon tor W. 8. Spratt, here. Rowland. Is visiting her sister, Mis. We sincerely think Drs. Brown and O' feared, a counsel to be trusted, few or tho Hurley f0) Mr. and Mrs. Cy Dutton, or Lexing Logan Thompson. lawyers so happily combined thorw executive commlttoe any Prof 4 E Sturgls, the altiK'ntt ton, aro visiting relatives and trlends Mrs. Ellen Baker ot Rockcastle U Haunon for their kind offer of qualities that go to raaice up me wen Tobacco Bocloty will spend tho day rounued attorney Ho was a saro with, us, also other prominent speak- i:r.inrlli and highly acivuplich-- d here. They aro talking ot locating WsltlnR Mrs. W. H. Brown at Swee medical service they could - render. ney. counsellor, a skilled pleader an ef- ers will With best wishes tor all or those nnd expected to nil round musician has charmed our again. jaroes W. Blankenship and daugh- good people we will ever remain fective examiner, a splendid advocate attend. Ladles are also especially in- cniMiitinlty with his futinltiihl-- i rn here ball game between Liberty and The ter, Miss Minnie visited Henry Blanand a writer who, In tho dry briers lis Is request)! to ln Moreland terminated In three scorei. kenship his rather. W. C. Brown and your Iriends Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. or the law, garnished close reason- vited to take an Intorest In the meet- llilos SwVet Ualllleo ing with a rine literary flavor family of Sweeney will leave In a Fads. ing. tor Liberty and none tor Moreland. It la doubtful U this bar ever congave an Ice cream few days to Visit his uncle, Dan Dr. J. T. Dohon took a spin in a K. Signed: Wade Walker. II. The Woodmen A good sized tained a better advocate. Not only Brown, ot Missouri. KILLED BY MULE'S KICK. Hulck auto Sunday over to Harrods supper at which they cleared $22 did ho have a voice ot peculiarly at- Herndon, J. H. Woods, B. B. Woods, crowd ironi here attended Hrodhead qualities, and an expression W. C. Flttpatrlck, W. T. King. Chas. burg and returned home via ot Mc tractive ralr. Jacob A. Wall. Jr., son orF. O. Wall Dysentery Is a dangerous disease that clothed Itself In language at Uravea, R, N. Beasloy, N. W. Rogers, Klnney delighted with his trip. or Yosemlte, died Friday after aa Colic PUBLIC onco chaste and beautiful, but also TO THE Friday evening an autolst speeded but can be cured. Caambelaln'a T. Rawlston, Woods Walker, J. O. Remedy has he analysed so well the propositions J. Having surrered loss to my dwell- illness ot twelve hours. The deceased up main street at a 25 Cholera and Diarrhoea - nine epihe was ureaentlng. and reasoned so Uurualdcs? Walker buynn and. Harry his machine successfully usd In ing by lire and being Insured with was 15 years or age and confessed mile per hour gait and our police been rogently from his premises, that hi Francis. , demics or dysentery. It has never Jessa D. Weeren. the insurance man, l. rit.l.la.. faith .kniii 4 v.l. m conclusions seemed 10 lowow irresu-bly- . chief la anxious to see htm again. been known to tall, it Is equally Stanford. Ky., It Is with pleasure The cause or his death was the resuH OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Miss Mana Southerland and Mr. lie had none of the arts ot the for children and adults, ana mat I recommend the above Jesse ot a rail from a mule, which Bet, up Aug. 29 Sept.' 24, 1910. Robert Crawford wero married at demagogue: be despised sham, and water and sweeton D. Wearen to the insuring public tor pneumonla and done Its fatal work at magnificent parade will take Hotel Weatherford at 3 P. IT'., Sat when reduced with A ho had nothing but contempt for tho ed. It Is pleasant to take. Sold by Pen his prompt attention and liberal set- once. Burial at ureen river ceme petty trickery that now Infests our 3 houri to pass a given point will urday, Aug. 20 by Hev. Craig R. Plain Drug B'ore practical politics. Yet whon he was mark the opening of the Ohio Valley In tlement ot my loss. Signed, O. O tery last Saturday after funeral exer presence ot a number of friends ny's enabled to present his causo to tho Exposition, Aug. 29th 1910. Special or the contracting parties. This was cises by Eld, J. Q. Montgomery. announcement or "special" Inter Terry. An the people, they trusted htm and gave suffrage. That a man who low rates to Cincinnati, O.. via the Rev. main's first marriage ceremony, est to our community Is that the nev. htm thtr An infuut daughter of K, S. Martla an tyuerleaq 01 Commencing Aug, 19 the Q. & 0. disdained to stoop to nioderu politi- 9. C. route have been placed la he having very recently received hit Isaac M. Yonan, section, died yes will speak at tho Railway will sell 'excursion tickets of the Turnersvllle cal wile would be repeatedly acj effect Ask ticket--agea- t fort particu license. This effort Is spoken of nsl Neumluh, Persia, claimed by this citizenship as their Sun- - on Fridays and Saturtaya for 10 days terday morning and was burled In the Presbyterian church here next leader, was a constant course or as lars. W. A. Heckler, General Paweu- being xceedlBgly Impressive as is Campbell, burying ground at Turner- to Sprlug City for Rhea Springs. day morning and evening, hU work for the Master. tonlshiuent to those who depend turgor Agent, Cincinnati, O. vllle this afternoon. y pxe-cutlRe-rorUlan-kenshl- p are-onl- y u PJ-by. rs t. val-uab- Hustonvllle, Aug. 22 An electrical storm accompanied by a heavy rain early Sunday morning did much damage In tho West End. Daisy" for 21 years the faithful bug gy horae, of Mrs. S. I). Tow ell was Monday A big crowd wu present and everyone was delighted, Instantly killed whllo standing In tho big crops nro expected. Kten Alfront yard near tho eranda those who hao predicted a great fall. though a quarter of a century old lug off in tobacco, wcro much pe'rked the was still good looking and a uo up and tho bellor Is general that the ful onlmal. Dink Jnrmnn, of color yield .1(1 be more than has been had two horses. kilted under a tree In dieted for somo tlmo. riving nt his decisions, nnd thnt was Thorp waro about 000 hiuidjvd cat- - thejlmp of Law. A mind that the pasture. A mnro and colt of Mrs. with marvelous swiftness, n vision on IhV market which changed penctrntlng that fraud nor sham Jnuo Russell was killed nnd 0111 Hands around 3 itp Ale, Ulblu mflpe (t R courfnvnn ,nUK. Cowan, Sam Owens nnd E. J. Godby Sold .77 ."Attic "Which averaged 1,463 rlty thnt put aside every consideration lost stacks ot hay struck by lightning pounds to Joo Bal?s nt 7c Wm. Hoya nut wjinl found Us sanction In the nnd burnrd. ', ni ,' , ton sold; yearling mule to Senator MX; ,' T Mr W. Benedict or Mllledgevllle, for legal learning these wero Hubble for $105 a L tho quali- lost a valuable cow. Geo. Routt lost 9180. And n little fellow for $80. Jim ties that characterised him as a Judgo several sheep. Mrs Dcttlo Williams Clark bou k!1 a mule colt for 1110 Truly can It be snld or him that he one stack of wheat. J. L. Heck In held the scale? of Justice with so U. C. Walker paid $250 for n gray oven n hand that Jealous c)e could the McKlnney section had three belt bought from It. B. Henry. Cress not detect n tremor bono ers killed and F M. Waro lost a stack While Judge Saufley will bo remem ot hay. ti. Jones bought a few cattlo at Sc bcrcd by tho brethren of tho profesMany tobacco growers are alresny A barn nnd crib on the farm or Mr. sion chiefly as a lawyer and Oeo. W Held sn nblo Judge, no skilled Housing their crops. . 1'. Qlvens north ot Junction City, characterization of who raised 18 acres on tho farm of mm can portray tho man which does was struck by lightning which tore Dr. Hugh Held on tho Danville plko not take Into account his gifts ns n tho building up considerably and then public speaker, considered nnart claims to have Uio finest tobacco In from his attainments as an advocate Ignited them. Doth wero burned to county. Tho Interior Journal Is Here he possessed attributes that tho ground. Tho large stock barn on tho going to hold a tobacco nnd corn fair fairly earned for him the name of be- the plaoo was not Injured. Some orntor, here In November, full announcement ing an may bo He had of course. corn In the buildings was burned. what tcrmnd tho physical of wnlch will bo made later, nt which qualifications of n successful public Tho home or Wllhatn near Mitch some nluablo prizes will be hung up speaker volco and delivery. He also ellsburg, Doyle county wan hit by for those farmers who aro raising the possessed a purity of diction that lightning nnd greatly damaged. A chnrpi.d the tralnol mind, nnd a best In this section. basket ot eggs on the kitchen table rigor of 'utterance thnt delighted llaughman and Will Shanks general public. Hut he did not tho was broken to pieces ns well as all J, ll. de Monday advertls pend for his effectiveness as a speak- tho dishes in the hosuc. While t wero In Ing their big sales, here Sept. C and 7, er upon the graces of oratory. In members or the family wero greatly which promises to bo the biggest thing fact, mero phrase pinking he despised shocked none or them wcro hurt. Iu and his words came to his hearers In stock dispersal lino held In Central charged with solid facts, that captur a small territory near Brumtletd big farm". ed their Jucmont rather than their terrific hailstorm accompanied the Kentucky In years. All Lie ers ltv,QArrard say they are coming, emotions Tho crops of tobacco of II. C. With hU quick, analytical mind, his rain. and these salos were the talk of the particular field was In the realm of Mulllns, Secretary ot the Perryvllle crod there court day. Mr. Haugh-man- r controversy, and on the hustings. In fair. Lemuel Elliott, and Samuel has Just gotten back from the Joint debate, bo was nt his best. Here Daker were almost ruined by the hail Lawrenceburg and Perryvlllo fairs he was a master. On such occasions The small chunks ot Ice riddled me his weapons woro various at times whore he swept everything with his he would flash forth with burning tobacco leaves. Corn In some places herd of champion mules Risking 175 korcasm and blast tho periods of his was blown Hat on the ground, and In premiums he has won so far. These adversary or having recourse to other Instances It was uprooted. Chap scintillating iuimor. ho would bury aro the mules be Is going to put In his beneath ridicule the arguments of his tin river In Perryvllle was very high. big sale. Ho goes next to the opponent and hand him oer to the the Other West End News. Springfield fair. icon of the crowd. Agalu, he would Mrs. Ann Lytle Dosley Is visiting appAl to his auditors with an elo her children Mrs. Angle and Prof. I quence that fired their enthusiasm, and, at other times, he taught them C Dosley In Danville this week. JdgeSaifley Col. Len Hudson, or Atlanta, Ga., the principles that distinguished our political parlies, and reasoned with was the guest last week or Mr and posA8 SEEN BY A FRIEND AT THE them as to the causes that made Mrs. L. C Rllfe and Mr and Mrs Dr sible this republic. STANFORD BAR The years of his life were nearly J T. Dohon his lelatlves. Col. W. J Hobon, ot Louisville, Is three score and ten, but he was not Ily the death of Judge M. C. Sauf- an old man. Decrepitude bad not attending the splendid protractwas taken who stood forth touched him; to tho end he was ac here ley, a man ed meeting at the Christian church a leader among his fellows; whose tive and vigorous. Death did not sumor G. C. fUffe strength of Intellect capacity for mon him with wasting sickness or and visiting the families swiftly and and Geo Tucker to whom he Is reabil- with torture of body; but leadership, skill as a lawyer, and painlessly the call came to him, under ity as a Judge placed all who knew the gentle skies of an August day, lated. There will be no services at Chrishim under the tribute or unfeigned and he lay down to sleep upon the bosom of Mother Earth an able law- tian church Wednesday morning but admiration. yer, a splendid Judge, an eminent will be that night. The elements or mind bestowed up- citizen. Miss Florenco Epperson has returnas to on him uy nature were such ed from a delightful three weeks visit foreshadow the place and the career Big Tobacco Meeting to her many friends at Columbia, Ky that he made his own. Miss Mary the handsome daughter He was not made to take a minor part In that play which lire stages; he TO BE HELD AT PAINT LICK IN or Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Murphy m.t the guests last week ot tho Misses' thoso whom GARRARD, SEPT. 3. was endowed as clr-Th- Farmers all over this part of the State are rejoicing over the splendid rain which full Saturday night nnd Sunday. They say that this down pour means thousand!, of dollant In Increase! crops of all kinds this year greatest optimism prevailed nt notorious lint th,o reason the votert gave him office is not far to seek. That action on their part was Impelled by higher motives thnn tho mere time servers can ever hope to reach. They had faith In him. They believed In this man whom naturo had 00 generously endowed bslloved not on ly In hi learning and In his ability is a lawyer, but believed Impllclty In his integrity And nbiindnntly did he justify their o faith. Threo times they named cult Judge, and wnen, at death's mand ho surrendered tho office book d to tho people, It had iwcohed creased dignity and honor by reason of bin occupancy in his court, law yet1 nnd litigant alike felt that on tho bench was a man who, ns Judge, Louis Walker SAID TO HAVE CIRCUIT JUDGE 8HIP NAILED DOWN BIBLE SCHOOLS OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES TO HOLD COUNTY CONVENTION AT TURNERSVILLE ON WEDNESDAY Tho Blblo School Convention or t 8T0CK KILLED IN 8UN. DAY'S 8TORM REV. BLAINS FIRST WEDDING. toTS """-""c- ,.,, FACULTY FOR LANCA8TER PUB- Tho tip was out at Lancaster MonLIC SCHOOL CHOSEN ITEMS day that t.ouls L. Walker, or that city FROM OVER THE LINE was suro to bo appointed circuit Judgo ot this Judicial district to rill tho vaLancaster, Aug. 22. Mrs. Thomas W. Conn died after a cancy caused by tne death ot Judgo lingering Illness at tho homo of her Saufley. it was said that Lieut. Gov. tllfathntwl In lhf Aniintw Th Inia. COx, who Is acting governor while mont nag In the Lancaster cemetery. Wlllson Is on his vacation In MichiThe deceased was a daughter ot L. gan, wilt make the appointment after C. Smith, ot Fort Smith, Ark. all. Many of Mr. Walker's rrlends Mrs. Robert L. Elkln entertained expected him to bo appointed Monday at n six o'clock 'dinner at her pretty when tho appointment did not come, suburban home. The honor guests then, It said thnt It would como Wedwcro Geo. A,McHoborts, nesday. Mr. Walker Is understood to or Colngton, Lee Cox and sister, Miss havo tho support ot Senator VV, O. Hcssle Hush, or St. Louis, and Miss Bradley for tho place, and as Bradley Is about tho whole thing In the r- Annie Royston, or Chicago. Wesley nrown Dlckerson, tho 12- - pHblicnn party In Kentucky .now, ) ear-olson or Mr. nnd His. J. K. what he sas will undoubtedly, have Dlckcrbon, or this city, who was op great weight with the acting governor bo Is said to have decided ambitions erated upon last week for appendicit is, Is doing quite nicely at tho Lan- to go up one step higher. d Christian churches ot Lincoln coun.- will bo held at Turnersvllle on a- 21th. The program promueh 0110 mil or Interest and Instruction. AH blblo schools nro urged to send their superintendents and as many delegates as possible. Dinner will be served on the grounds. Tho progran Is ns follows 10:00 A. M., Devotional ot Peter Carter. 10:15 "Th'o Conrerence Front Rank Slaudi.rtr' J ed by iu:a won: in charge caster hospital. 11:00 Testimonies, 'The Value of tho Weekly Bulletin" Everybody. Led by R. !,. Berry. 11:15 Address, "The Christian quest or Kentucky" v. e. Frazee 11:45 Roll call: "Making Lincoln That Pooled Tobacco a Banner County." Conditions trom every school: (1) MUCH SECRECY OVER MATTER A written report (2) An offering Tor OF ITCS SALE Stat work. (3) The attendance ot Sitr IntendenLs or Assistant or SecLexington, Ky Aug. 22 ret . "vVjiat has the Hurley Tobacco 1' 5 Appointment of cotnmlttee3 done, It anything, with the 1909 I f i !.! 4 M - - .s JOURNAL AN ACT FOR M PAOK TWO. lTBRIOR TUESDAY, AUGUST S3N, 1110. The EVBTr At Interior Journal Established 187J. TUKSDAT AND FWDAY In Advance. OTHER Mt Venn CtrT OVER J.CRhWJc CRAB ORCHARD, KY. F THE. BENEFIT THE TURNPIKE ROAM OF THIS COMMONWEALTH t MM 6' ?i Buyer of tucky: 1. That It rhall be unlawful for All kinds of farm produce and am Aug 22. $1 Per Tear Mt. Vernon, anyone to obstruct the water tables paying this week for i 10c of a turnpike or any public road by uircuil coun uihBu ui Heps putting a crossing, either prlya.te pr HELTON BAUFLEY,. ruBiinwlMt wcck wlh Ju(lg0 rjetmirum pre Fryers ) pumir, over ioj wwr wiin-& to 6 hiding Tno juries aro corapuseu ot Roosters iln roiitl ullhoiit iroMlne a culvert Bstered at the Pott Office at sua MC or drain pipe of sufficient dimension Uurdctto rVrra Coleman Grand jury: lord, Ky., as Second Class malt. 9 to 10c to carry the full volume ot water that John Stringer, Jack Hansel, lloblxurkcys " to 8c may drain In this water tamo or 10 8lgman, Jim Pitman Duck Lone:. John curb It so as not lo Impedo tho full Hon. Harvey Helm democratic can Chris Sowdcr, O. L. Mason, and T I Hides 6 lo 7c llnw nt vrnlnr U nhp.ll nlso bo Unlaw a didate for Congress was In town for i to 4Sc ful to plant trees, telephone poles or Nooo, Foreman Feathers oi sboit time tlilt inormna He look et ?5 fences in or closer man z Jury: Hayes Clark, H. C, Ginseng Petit tho outer edgo nt tho ditch, so that ery Incli a winter, and Is confident of 20. Phone Jones, Jno. Chappcl, Henry McClure n nlivrn nt mnchlnprv mnv bo used In democratic success Danville Mesmaking, widening or deepening them Jno. Orlder. J. D. Llvesay, W. T. Dc-senger. In buying a cough medicine, don't Any fencing, tree or stone ianing inio Uord, Joshua Parret, G. V. Owens, K. We protest emphatically. It there Rem"dy. Thche Is no danges from IL n urntitr tnhln nr rnlllns down from J. McKlnney, Geo. Parret W. T. v. nfruM tn rfi Cambcrlaln s cougn abovo Into it, shall bo removed withis any season of the year that our Robins, Geo. and relief Is sure to follow. Especial in flvo days by tho owner of the land Smith, Mat Pike, Anse urbane congressman does not resemBurton, Elite French, Jno. B. Price, ly recommended for coughs, colds ana Ot which tho obstruction was a pari ble It Is bleak and hoary winter. EvSold by Penny's or Ramsey, whooping cough. ant person not an owner trimming Eighth district whi Favctte Anderkln, Pleas ery TOter In the Drug Store. trees or cutting wceas or Drinrs, or Wallace Vance, Sara Fields and Jake any person placing any other obstruc felt the hearty warmth of hi has Pike. tion lfl water table, snail oe name ior gladsomo handclasp or basked in f How's This? all damage done by turning water The following cases have been Wl t summery smile, certainly has some OH Bwdrtd tHftwt Hrwui fer IVih road-bed- . and also t6 a tine Monroe Singleton for selling mtm ni r&tAnk tA&t r&nao b rand fer HUlli intn tTied: thing coming to him. and we'll wag OWrriQirt, day riJu'i tWirurvilA' 1. CftrBfT tt tWtf. dollars forIneach dUcu the obot wbsky $50 each in three cases; John longer m nnfltmlrmJl Wb. said otcr gets it before the ides the kin teftvm r. struction has laid. ripe $l00 kriMlHt II mn u4 brum tla (wrtUr a. a. Miller, for nuisance than nve days, November roll around. M U lnMiu IMMHIwi tad lMlil o t Khun iu ttui diitr of the road livnd 100 days in the county Jail; Herly m v arrr ra ur Hwumi sua ot un. , r . 1 IJii. t overseer prcoitalY auryeyor oj rods a .tu.l. . Yl7' There Is a mournful truth in the McGraw for concealed weajpons SlBt vn rnruiri ttUt'chUitk 0rt"hiur vv iiiibuciuhuvi tinllfl' whisky 60. Nalh 9tvr p u DWOQ ADS bihvw iwuaw Vf ! ihia tuqT with ail th 1iSBce h May sugf estlofi, that tba .candidacy o Bea' Tade, Lee for selling 1b whose dls rile Doaa charged with dVtfaJnlng. a itt'(A ator McCreary for goYernoi; alio tot cMitivt. nt ih, mad ruaV lay on ,k. agaloit her will, hung Jury, An irtSt bQ ludtr ili,Nf the voters of Kentucky the last gftajfe the pTnalty of beTng Indicted oy the was ..reuiniea aaiuai they win ever nave w voig, y n Indictment NOTICE ftw towirin in inr kill Confederate soldier for a Btate pMlqe Marshall Geo. Ferguson, for the of nee, and on conviction expelled ing of O. W. Uentrybut 0e case will Via Atilnn. Mn. In the district .court ot the United Beaator MlcCreary was oao, of toe for (ha V"otern niatrlrt nf 3. "Aay water table that may wash younger of the Confederates, but h Loot be tried uatU Abo January tena. atnt carry than necessary years. The Sam D. Hyslnger- - aged, about 33 Kentucky, In the 'matter of Clarencg out deencf nt trntpr drained to Is now. well advanced in and un k. M.trxo Tuesday It Slpple bankrnpL Is fading pitifully years, died ot consumption 'thln'xrayc dermlnlng the roadbed or adjacentNotice of Sale In Bankruptcy. by me permission 01 wrfast and Senator McCreary Is un- morning at hU home about two miles llw vlrfitTB nt an order entered bv property or road sunervlsor. me alien may doubtedly Jthe last confederate soldier north of here. In the above J. N. Saunders, referee filled or dammed to IU proper He was one of the county's beat ityled case; I, as trusteo 0$ earae, be who "will seek State office at the Glas- citizens and most successful farmers will on Saturday, the 3rd day of sept. size. hands of Kentucky democrats. i. lb making or repairing any part uouru 01 iu a. u.. iwiu. oeiwcen gow Times. public road one sum or more oi and had before him a bright future o'clock P, "Jf., on the ine premises, being ot amnnnv nn arwnt ahs.ll be Used for In his line. On last Sunday morning 52 acres of farm land, situated In Lin oil drainage of said road by making NO CHANCE IN EIGHTH he realized that his days were num coln county. Ky.. on the waters of the tables and placing cuivens or make provis Green river, adjoining the Denhnm water nlbes of suitable number and bered and desired to farm, and lying near the post office drain congressionDiscussing democratic ions for his wife and babies caneu r.r JiKrihn. Kv.. exnonei to public size. Approved March 24th, 1!10. al prospects in Kentucky for the fall his father In and contracted lor a sale to the highest and best bidder for campaign, the Louisville Times Sat- farm which his father owned, which cash In hand, the above aesorioca n anrn nnrt take a bottle Of Cbard- urday took n very true view of the is situated on the ML Vernon and tract or parcel ot land, together, with 19 arres of land adjoining same-- new bcrlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 11 in the Eighth when by hla conditions Rrodhead road, now occupied owned by Clarence J. Slpple, the iipmrdv with you when starting on said: brother, Jack Hyslnger which he will- bankrupt aboe named, ana also upon f your trip this summer, it cannot oe nhtnlripil on board the trains or steam' Interest in the growing crop That thc republicans recognize that ed to bis wife and children together ere. Changes ot water and cliroatt they have hardly the semblance of a with his personal property. Besides said land. Given under my hand, this the 18th dften cause sudden attacks of dlar Eighth district Is evi- hla wife and two babies, ne leaveo day of AuguaL 110. chance lo the to" be trepared. rhoea, and It Is Sold by Ptnny'e Drug Store. denced by the opposition, which Is an aged father and mother and sevn. A. OVCHE. Trustee hardly more than nominal. Congress eral brothers and ajsters. to mourn man Harvey .Helm who is holding hta death. Funeral services were aloft the Democratic banner, wjlj conducted at Rose Hill church Tues- leave xn stone unturned tp gpt a day afternoon by Rev. M. G. Fisii. 71000 Eatrfet Last Year. 150,000 In Attendance majority this year, and If demoMisses Bessie Fowle. ot Stanford, "old Eighth" cratic conditions in'th SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YCAB and Sellna Ronton, of itowiana, are JUs are apy Indexhe will get the attractive guests of Misses Emma (republican opponent Is Col. R. L. and Ethel Davis in this county. who, It Is said, was drafted HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO Mesdames M. J. Miller and Chan. from Laurel county In the Eleventh Davis, who have been Id Colorado DROME AT NIGHT district to make the race against the for aeveral weeks have returned home "Tall Sycamore of the St. Asaph." They report a most delightful trip. EIGHTH e Col. Ewell has made two previous ANNUAL races for congress, sd he has be- rnmp nrnmtnmed to defeat, and It Brodhead. will not hurt him. Two years ago Coneressman Helm had a plurality Miss Ada Wesley, of Liberty. Ky, over L. AV. Bethurum, Republican of SUtt'f RMOurttt EiMbR4 onffnt Inst week here with Mrs. M. S. 1.676. FIREWORKS DAILY rtACCS. Durham. Joe Carter of Gratz, Ky, NATIELLO AND HIS BAND of his brother, Dr. W. F Is the cuest NOTICE. Hldaaj Fi .ttrc'Ji. Carter. Miss Ella Dunn, of Danville, ATTEND-BOEXHIBIT HELP US GROW. Sealed bids will be received up to i vi.iMnr Mm. j. G. Frith and re WE WILL FURNI1H AMUSEMENT, INSTSUCTI0N, rlt&FIT o'clock Sent. 1, 1'JIO on making mained over until after the fair. O, LOW RAILROAD RATES concrete wall at the O Wilraott, of Knoxvllle, Tenn., Is at earth fill and Far tartbir IntoraiiUen flt J. W. NEWKAN, Sterility, J?0 Fail JiBtl BW J. Evans Conara nd snecifl- - tending the fair. . TrKlnnpv Denoslt rrvavoifnc fiprv. for Gen. SilDt. of L. -' .CUUUUB ttb tha Y"0 Viti , & N n It Co., Is at hoxae for a lev, Bank or at my nice. J. r. Judee L. C. C. davs. These bids will be opened at Mo 50-J. W. Hutchepon was In LoulsvlllP Kliraey. and Cincinnati first of the week. F M. Ware, ot McKlnney, Ky., is here If your liver Is sluggish and out tone, and you feel dull, bilious, con Isltlnc Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cher ., .- -j (Chamber . nra ry, during the fair. John Maynard, of eupaicu, ianu n iirtao nt S 50,000.00 and Liver Tablets to- - uberty Kyii was here between trains CAPITAL lalns Stomach $ 50.000.00 SURPLUS retiring and you will nipht before Monday. $340,000.00 RESOURCES all right In the mronlng. Sold by Pen W. M. UKIUMI. UAsmcrc, S.H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT" ay's Drug Store. HESTER, ASST. CASH J. B. PAXTON, Jfft HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. LIVE KEW8 FROM IN ROCKCASTLE Be It enacted by the General Assem ot Ken bly ot the Commonwealth it ichn "c v.i 2 a iei VaR'ssilissH " 'JMNMBIM1 VXflllHHim r:t . ff WALK - - OVPR Are to-d- ay - SHOES ad-verti- sed ' ' n.amr, w -- r n MKa-lalrai- -r- -- ..i. nr it biibi-shchv- o ll" ..f the most extensively footwear in the world. A pret- ty bi statement, buf it is true. Manu- factured in every leather used in foot wear 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 Jo-da- y. one-hal- tit H. J. McRoberts. i. ;: i l-L- l. re-co-rd TkrSUte Indmtrial Show Window $30,000 In Premiums it G. L Penpy R. H. Coffcj E. R. Coleman Ice Cream Soda Water los-Id- Pkpiiates Qrape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, OJT l W,TK,lC,r;6N -- -- LOUISVILLE, Of Stanford, mSTOepir 2 Che Cittcolti Couniv national Bank KcntucKv. M a tun ford, Kentucky. YOUCANBUY EESSBSBBBBgBBBSBESaEBR J.L,Beazley&Co., W. A. TRIBBLE, Furniture and Undertaking. DayThone 28. Night Phone 133. iLaJKEVuM VIOE-gRgSI- gg DIREOTORSt Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. Let us fill your bins with our FOX COAL IV.fH' the RIDGE bushel. at 13 WITH LlTtTAWD POLICY SAVED. cts per You can raaLe a new start after policy what a hope lire. Without tho less and dreary outlook would bo yours. Don't risk It. Have us Insure you today so that It Are come tonight &s It may. you will not wake up tomorrow a ruined man. Fish & Pennington, W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.SUnford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran kin, Lmncattcr; J. ii. 1'axton, htanioru; w. n. irayior, GilberU Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preacbersville; Lilburn Gowh. GilberU Creek. Stanford, KenturHr- - CONCRETING Undertakers and Embalm era. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings.Rugt. They will exchange Furniture ior ail Kindt ot Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Weareln poiltlon todoall kind, ot eon Blook Work, l'aTranl ertllnc, taen and, tn (act, we can make any thing from boDdown to a Jnco poll. We can aaarr nr,t-clyon promptly and cuaranto work and material. (Jail and gat our prtoi before you buy your material at lean. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY Clean Coal; No Slack. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. STANFORD. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAJD IN DIVIDENDS, $2100 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our CustomeeX We Solicit Your Account. OrFlCEIM. OIRCCTORt. J. HBipihmn. F. Reid, M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettm. H. C. Banghtsan, J. F, Cummini, no. C. Jtobinioo, S. T. Marrif, J. 3. Hocker, E. C. Walton, - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Harry Jacobs, IfvHltr In and Waoulactnur o( Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. It you have anything to sell Marble and Granite Mon- When Hungry ). Stanford, Ky,. PhoneSOO S. Hocker, PjMlet;. S T.Hrrl,Vfce-PfeideBt- : I. C. Baucbpsan. Cashier. 5 W. W. Saunflers, lnd. Bookkeeper ja the J. it. luirria, uwn.wyi W.II Murphy. ' t as a MVn vour home as modern for your and place youreelf in a position to get the latest market quotations residence, Take to at any time, This can bo accomplished by means oi our teiepnone service Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards which you and your neighbors can get for a sura that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest offlco or write direct to lie buyeand eel every day in the jeadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far-mer- s year except Sunday. Bring on Line" rale. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we your stock. Beet market iu can immediately interest you. Our lines coyer the StaUa of Kentucky, the State with plenty of TenkesBee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the 8outhern portion of Indiana and .il an' 'Jl--' EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. 4 TEL, CO. eed awl water Wet covered pes, outside pf Louisville or Lexington. Illinois. (IHOOaNHATIU)) STANFORD, KY. We ako do a general hitch and feed buaneco. MT PAT?MP!R! STOCK -- 11 RURAL TELErHOlVES. family GOTO Markera and 1'oiU, 0ratterr and Uwn vaarianu bviivvi. vjaiuv uu nui,, aid Oanon'i IlMtaurant Lancaster, fitreet Kinney. Kr. Htanford. X. Weali (erred at a) I pours up to 11 isefr. at. Beit place la wfor a good quick meal, Cooking to ult our cHMorotri onr epeelalty. Hplendldnewlloeot tancy Orocerlei, Uot OofTee, Bandwicbfi, plee, Bnttermllk ice, and tweet milk, etc., at all times. ument, J. C. McClary, V. A. CARSON, Prep. B. D. CARTER New Liver. Undertaker and Cmbalmer TANFORP, h KY- MfkSMW. eiiet Street. . 'HQSaalPkOBOSt. f TANfM, PheneOtf. KBNrUCiV. lu TUMMULY, AUOUIT MM, - XME JTERIC-- JOyHNAI PAGE TjtiHEE M. j The Hoats are The Styles & $32'.o0. in ! 3 1 Thaf: Arc the newest New Yorkcrcatolns. the New 32 to 34 inch. The SWrts pieced from the knee down. Prices ranrfT&m $16,00 Come and look aa You'll Be Carried Completely Away With the Style, Quality and Reasonable Prices of our first show-- l of New Fall Tailored Suits. One thing that will strike you above any other feature of these goods is the Elegant Workmanship. The Material They come In the new Wale; Serfie and Basket Weaves, Broadcloths. The colors are Black, Navy, Brown, Plum, fcrcetv Grey and Leather. . Prices range from $16.00 to $32.50. Come and Look. also-"IS- ? SEVERANCE & SON, Miff 1'atillno Hockcr has returned U a new line of 25c box (inert, special Yftluet at Penny's Drug from n visit to friend in London. Mrs. J. H. Jackson and son Maurice Fore- went up to London to visit relative fl FERSOHALS. Kunday. ""Mr. and Mrs. Jo I'ortman arrived Mils Kathfrlft'X'rnn returned Sat Faturday from Chicago to make their urday freta ft trip to Niagara Kails. home here again. Air's. Portman has Is at Rattle Mr. lJary Trayter tees to ery 'bad health late) . Creek MMMfcan far bis health. daughter Ellrabeth the My. and Mrs. K F. UIuknHhIp of Mr. Jatnes Piepplea la quke 111 with the Drodnead fair Wednesday typhoid 1 fearer. J K LoWil of Mastkelto, LRev. Htom Marie Mabeey visited MIm rfraaaaaoghtcr Kdtfe, are Clara Collier at Crab Orchard last Mr. and Mrs. Cbas LotcII. tutting Laura and Ruth Dawes re- week. turned to Uurnstfe last VMk alter Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ITeeton are jilting Mm. Chatf W. Jxivell. visiting the tetter's brother Mr. Geo. 4 Tom Wilder wife and children of 1'arson at Taint Lick. jjL'lubble, were, gueils of Mr and Mm. Kussell Drown attended the Urod- farmer Sunday. Stanford, Kentucky. Crab Orchard. mere : For sale or rent, my borne consistAttorney T. J. Hill, Jjr, aUended ing of four rooms, good porch and all tiie burial of tho lata Judge W, Con necessary out buildings, 4 acres Of Dell at Harrodsburg Monday. Mrs. Ucll who accompanied tbo remains land In connection. Mrs G. A. Hurst, borne Is much Improved. Miss Ann Weber, 6f Missionary Itldge, Chattanooga, Tenn., ll the atItowland, Ky Here is a itemed v d lr. Jese M. Alveron went to Atlantic City and New York Thursday looming. Ho will also visit his broth (IT in Washington City. Frankfort llatdcman, Mary . Misses Isabella Fox and Vox and Messrs. Uarton McKlnncy drovo oer from Crab Baturday In Mrs. Malik-man's !rch Is Mary Nunnelley In Richmond and week. visiting Henry Holderman and Lunsford are guests of rela tives At Bprlngfleld this week. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Von (Iruenlgan c fad two handsome children of were the guesta of relatives Nlctvo-liuvlll- Bunday. Miss Anna Chancellor of near Stanford has returned home after a visit to Misses Mary and Chrlstlno MerrllL ht-r- ' Danville Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Uaughman have from tho Lawrencebun; and 9 fairs. ( The Ladles' Missionary Society of wltb Ibe Uapllsl church will ux-e-t Sirs. Mary Penny at 3 o'clock Friday rfternoon. A full attendance I do--' ( Hev. K H. Mnhony loft Sunday iiuch to thu regret of his many here to tako up his work at 'llensvl)le, where he goes to ntnke Ills daughters will Ms futuro home jf In him Inter W I. head fair last wrvk. Mrs, T. 1. Hill has returned from an extended visit to relatives In Okla coma and Texas. Mrs. Sam Uoldsteln and all of her children except Miss Mollle, have mov ed to LouUtlllc to make their home In the future. Mr. L. E. Carpenter, of Williams-port- , O., Joined his wife who Is the gueitt of her parcnu, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mencfoe, here. Uncle John Wilkinson was thrown from a. minor Friday and received a sprained arm and ' several bruises (.tout the bead and face. Mr. and Mrs. It E. Snow of Lamasco, Texas, were here Monday on their way' to lslt J. W. Hogue and WnU Hatter at Yosemlte. Mr 8now left this county 11 yearaagd, and is now a successlul farmer In the Lone Star State. Lib erty New. Mrs. W. C, Greening and sons ol Lexington, are visiting her sister Mrs. Misses Mary Hornmoll on Broadway. Mory and Madge Hacklcy have been recent guests of Misses Mamie and Tthel Walter In Lancaster Danville Mescenger. Miss Annlo Dunn, or Hustonvllle, has been the attractive guest of rho Mrs. Dnnlel Trnlor for- somo time nan returned to her home. She will visit relatives here next week. 7 - - yA, siiiiH A AV For Bale Nic resloence on Main far Stanford, Ky,. the frontage tractive inert of the family 6t Squire of lot larg enough for another hiU)a McKechnle at Hubble. lag lot. 'All necessary outhulldiiiisjs. residence". Mx. .and Mrs. J. H. Itaiytkruan Everything In good 'repair; Trftt We are greatly In need of resl- were called to Louisville Monday by f2.76f A. .bargain, .see" If . iIulM !den'osla our town. A few esttags tft Illness of the lAtter'-- grandntoth Stanford, Ky, here '.mibt be a, good Investment er, Mrs. Hopper, Mrs. L. C. Cook, who has been visitMothe'rs have you tried Ho! lister's Miss Smith, of Danville, arrived on great ing b'er mother Mrs. Ma'tyarrt t3oom-if- f Monday to be the guest of her stece, Rdcky Mountain Tea? It's a and sUter Mrs. Mary Morgan.Jias MesaiBlto tlwf llttW Oner, Jceess Mrs. J. W. Ireland and sister, Mrs. away !sorntnei troutlert. Wakes ibe returned to her home in ft ope, Jnd. sleep and grow. 2Sc, tea or tablets. Grlnstead. Mrs". Reuben DronauKh has rut urn-cMesdames Mary Straub and It. L. BhugBM ftnd Tanner, home after a very plentant visit Davison and Miss Lizzie Davison Everyone Is admiring the two hand- with her son Dr. James M. JJronAugh were visitors at Crab Orchard Spring some signs lust put up, by the Lincoln and family of Lexington. Mrs. Hello Henderson, of Garrard, Countr 'National Dank. The Interior Mrs. John Halderman and daughla the guest of Mra. W. P. klncald. days orthe banking room has been at- ter, xit Louisville arrived a few hand-rome Mrs. J. 8 nice will cntcrtnln on tractively done over, and presents an since, coming tn rough in their automobile?, to visit her mother Thursday afternoon from 3 to C at almoin Cashier new appearance. Mrs. James Ducbanan. cards In honor of her guest, Mrs. W. W, M. Bright says that there is nothRev R. C. Kimble has gone to 8. Sherldnn, of Louisville. patrons. ing too nice for Its Canipbellavllle to hold a meeting. Rev. R. U. Mahony, of Stanford has Anotlicr claimant for tobacco grow- been a recent visitor In town. Short Local News. ing honor Is Abe Gunn, who grew a Miss Annie Evans, of Danville, is a who grew a splendid crop on Sam guest of Miss Annie Bronaugb. Harris' farm. James M Warfleld cut For Sale. 300 bushels of large Mrs. R. C. Kimble and son Herman . Thompson Bros., King's Moun- 970 sticks of this from 7:15 to 6 p. m. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Cress 48-tain, Ky. He will undoubtedly have some of of Preachersville. Crab Orchard Springs Is still hold-lnDr. J. G. Carpenter will lecture on this In the I. J.'s tobacco and corn its crowd .and each train brings at the Mt. Xcnla fair In November. a number of new visitors Mr. Jebn Brooks, of Atlanta, Oa., church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Alfred A. Hlglns of Glasgow, iias been visiting bis mother Mrs. Kev. W. E. Anderson will give an preached a fine sermon At the Presbya ran urooks and family, Miss Stella Fish has returned from Illustrated lecturo &t he Crab Or terian church here Sunday morning. Lancaster and other points to visit chard Christian chtrrch Wednesday on her .grandmother bfifpre returning night. Admission will be 25 and 15c. Lost. Box of lrlth crochet left to her'lioaie"bi 'Vfncenfieg, ind. L. & N. Ea8tboun4 tram last wceic. Rev. F. M. Tinder, of Lancaster, Reward for return to Mrs. W. II. began At protracted mooting at the Wearcn. McKtnney last Christian church Dr. J. J. Rucker nged 83 who for night. the past 23 years held the chair of r-lFRmmNGeorgetown College S!-l Trunks and Sewing machines; the mathematics at and was one of the most noted edubest kind. W. A. Tribble. cators in tho United States, died at The Fiscal Court at a meeting on his home In Georgetown Monday. Monday contracted with the Cbuni-ploTo night the Hostage from Scllleo Tlrldge Company, of Wilmingind The Partners both fine leaiure ton, Ohio, for a bridge to span the 'nictures. the nartners a tbrilllnc and llnni-ln- e ... Pork rrffk nl the Bob White! crmnc . film from afcfac to finish, ford at n price of $1,600 to be com- Remember new pictures every night. pleted November 1st. Tho opera house is well ventilated capacity. For Sale Sit shares of First Nat- and has plenty of seating ional Bank stock. Apply this office. A home Institution, run and owned by immo nennlfl. who sDend their money A new supply of table ware at the hare Patronzo It Country Store. street Will Cure Eczema Crnb Orchard Is slowly making ImJ. provements, Mr. Alrln Holmes Is hov "we pnpye it.- Ing a beautiful and covcnlent .cottage built. Wy taste Usac and uosy cxpevi Mr. D. W Edmistnn has bad a full raenilBg wltb tgreasy .aalvcfl and kK equipment of watr works frt in his th$ iakfa wswsv-O- tp dtttJ)J at iho drug b4oto tsm-ante- ei zfcsip, a lleaji Itwid frmmi-- f Ion foe !xtniftl um; io rid gw Wf of the gctBi lile ihat cansen fi- uuuurei. Tjap jqipiicauoa ynn Hive the Itching And .eftasUsaes htle Is siifUtleM to cune a iilaer-case germ itvm tlon, tryW tp 4riv idemati the nriiiisna s d r' w In over 2M towns aad cities )u America, the leading- - flruegtflt' .'has the agency for ZEMO and he will Ul you of the marvelous euros aaadc.br this clean", simple treatment, pjcr Is recognized as the cleanest aiftf mot popular treatment for eczeraa,-plmplfdandruff and all other forms or fkln or scalp affections whether an Infant or grown person. Will you try a bottle on our recommendation? " Penny's drtfg store. MARTIN JENKINS of ecxetna. Mrs. Julia P. Martin was warrictff to Mr. J. C. Jenkins In the parlors e of-th- 4 g First Christian church at Louhc vllle by Rev. Grerueln on last Tburs- day at six o'clock In the eienln. Mr. Jenkins la a fine business bub of Telllco Plains, Tenn, and they will make that their future home. Tbuy ' have many friends here who will wish them much happiness. f I If I 4 r n In Stanford, Saturday evening. Return to this office. A nice line wagon and buggy whips it tho Country Store A new nupplw of dollnr watches at ho Country Storo. Tin Carnn Meetlnc at .luiabo be- ttlns Aug. 10. Hear Tillman preach and slt'K. I'J-S Lost, a pair of gold frame glasses SOMERSET FAIR. Sept. Aug. Round trip tlcketb via Queen k Crescent Routo will be sold Auk. 30, 31, Sept. 1 and 2, good returning until Sept 3. 1910. The round trip rate irom Junction City to Somerset for this occasion Is 11.43, 30-3- The Kind You Want For Canning Tomatoes. t fl H ) REVIVAL SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH ft . ii . . t . , - . -- . VN S I '- X s vtWiW sV &a& jb f i& Attnm?ttt TYLES letter titan 'ever. Factory equated with new machinery throughout? All meth- - ...,,' -- v,r l'i! ?'.. ,r The revtnl services nt the ChrisFor Salc Tho house on East Mnln street known as the Pennington tian churcn began Sunday marnlng a severe rain Aug. 21. Although place. Apply to T. W. Pennington.' storm was In progress a representa corn For Sale or Rent. op nudlenco gathered to hear the and feed mill, latest machinery, capa tive Good shlnnlue first of the series of sermons to be rltv ?S.r. hushelR. point, lurgo building, room for other delivered by Prof W. C. Morrow dean manufacturing. Junction City Enter- - . ln faculty of tho Bible College at prlco Company, Junction City, Ky. liexlngtou. The people of ...Stanford ... .. Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. are particularly loriuuaio m V...I.IMI Return to this office and receive re- this opportunity of hearing Prof. ward. Morrow ns he Is a man of wide edu. Tho tax booki lor 1910 are cation and scholarly attainments. SerSettle now and avoid tbo rush vices every day at 10 A. M., and 745 and confusion of waiting until the laet P. M. All are cordially Invited to at- day. W. L. McCarty. Sheriff. o -- W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY " I L. It. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin NEW FALL GINGHAMS Sv5vf.0rO8rflO5 SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS For 1910 Have Arrived. Stop In And See Them.. T& 1 i I I m mv r 3& tSSt. fJBavS isjfrr ois of manufacturing improved ,iS"; j . S&, 50i I I I 1 I 1 't!0 I M 4T l l M I 6ro6ortion in too. Smart Stylish and Flex- ible to the last degree. 'J. ne new models on display today, xc cordially invited to inspect direct style value jj J& I; . , , vrf f jj I ? ' m f 1' I STANFORD, KENTUCKY. & Marx TW6 storc'U thehorpe of Hart, Schaffncr tuiumms ecncarei, cbih a O IAFaiu W. H. HICaiNS, YOU We have just received line of New Fall Ginghams. Band trimming' and colored Embroidery to match. Also a full line of blue grass Madras in all colors. Call and see them before you buy. very-beautiful v ? STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASN'TSOMETHINQ WANT HUGi1ES,IMARTIN m & CO Dry Goods.Notions, Shoes, Stanford, Kentucky. its HKii STANFORD, KENTUCKY fcHWWWbli4j ji..j'wr'Wi'WWWfwwJyiilOifrMiriMi " - rAH four TM IMTBRtOR JOURNAL. TUMDAY, AbUUST UN, 1119. V MM"M"" Quit Business Sale nving formed connections with Uio Tobacco ! OF Ba Warehouses in Uanvillo, we will be compelled to give all of our time to that.buiincM 1st. wo after September lOth. BUGGIES Until September auction."- offer every vehicle in our repository at AClUtll LOSt. SURKEYS, All unsold Satur day, September 3rd, will be sold at This stock consist of about 60 vehicles " M MAETiNS All new, up envies, bought this Hum mer. Not a shopworn job in the house. Come early and get the choice. MAI WAGINS. DANVILLE, KY. H. G. BRIGHT & COMPANY, DANVILLE KY. IliiiQ COOL No Heat Except 1 yygSEa&ayiX Where Needed! DISHES ED HOT FOOD IN FOOD WELL COOK COOL. NO NO UNDER. mm BOURBON in the drinking CH OLEPA KILLS vsT) Don't let this most of all destructive infectious !!ieittt Rtt a "grip" on your flock. A few dtopi of FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Hemp harvester for salo. In good condition. W. A. Trlbbio. For Sale. A well Improved farm ot 20 ncres, near Alt. Salem, house hold and kitchen furniture, stock, one" farming tools. 1 If. Woodson. 4j . Salem. Ky. T. G. Brent tells us that ho receiv ed i cents lor the nine cattle he old recently, Instead of 4 cents, ns wns stated last. week. For Sale 3S4 aero farm, about 7 mlle from Stanford; 100 acres of lino bottom land as good as you can find county. Tho upland Is in Lincoln good. Tno wf'tle farm is well fenced 2 Clearance Safe Of Clothing, Oxfords, Straw Hats, Odd Pants. SUITS 25 j KITCHEN DONE OVERHEATED EVERY- KITCHEN SUMMER. POULTRY niter cures DURE THING HOT WHEN WANTED. HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATED. fim NEW PERFECTION, OIL ,aa - Shirts, Collars L. L. SANDERS, i .,. f ItJBf In 116.98 $1.50 Hats at Suits at z,tH NO ODOR NO DIRT NO SMOKE $22.50 Suits at $15.93 l Hats at $2a $20 Suits at. THESE ARE SOME F THE AD ....$13.98 '$2.50 Hats at...... $lja $18 Suits at $11.98 $2 Hats at VANTAGES IN USING THE ll.vta 1 $15 Suits at $9.98 $1.50 Hats at $1.19 $ 8.98 $1 Hts at $12.50 Suits at $..79 serengthen the dlgcstlvo organs, im- 36 heavy export cattle to Stenrns $10 Suits at $8.98 ODD PANTS. prove the appetite and regulato the $3.98 nt 7c per pound. They averaged $6 Suits at bowels. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. WICK BLUE FUME $7 Pants at $3.48 about M25 each and were a fine lot OXFORDS. $6 Pant at $4.48 For Sale. Perfectly gentle child's $3.29 $5 Pants at pony, not afraid of nn thing een n $4 Oxfords at COOK-STOV- E! $3.86 whip. Will sell cheap or trade for n $3.50 Ox'ordt at $2.79 $1 P'nts at $2.93 . De.erlptl.e CJroul.r fair ot shoo strings, good coon dog 3.00 Oxfords at ..'. 12.29. $3.50 Pants Every d..l.r e..rwh.r.; If Ml yours, writ. Mr at..... $28 or a muzzle loading shot gun. W. P. to the neret agency of $1.98 $3 Pants at.., $2.50 Oxfords it $2JJ8 51-! KincaliT, Stanford $1.63 $2.50 Pants at $2.00 Oxfords at THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY, $1.99 (Incorporated) COOK FARMS' FIRST ANNUAL 8ALE. As administrator of the estate or Friday September 13th. B. M. Swope, deceased, I will on the (Greatest event of tho kind ever premises about 2 2 miles west or held fn Kentucky. SO saddio mare, Bryantaville, on the Fisher's Ford colts and fillies. 50 Jennets and colts Catalogues now road on registered. All WEDNESDAY. AUG. 31. 1910 ready. Every one of these Jennets highest and best bidder should be kept In Kentucky. m sell to the tho following property, towit: J. F. COOK -8 Lexington, Ky The fine Blue Grass farm of ! acres located near Bryantaville. The place Is In a high state of cutlvatlon. TURNPIKE CONTRACT finely improved, well watered, wen fenced and is a farm that has lew u Tbe undersigned committee ot the any equals In the Blue Grass coun Lincoln county Fiscal court will on ter. This farm must be sold so that Auk. 31st 1910 at 1 o'clock p. m.. open the proceeds can be divided among sealed bids for SO rods of gravel or FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY, KY., tbe heirs. The sutfe will begin prompt stone to be spread on the Kings Moun ly at 10 a. m. Terms will be made tain and Duncan pike. -- WILL BE HELD UST known on day of sale. Also at th 10 rods to be spread, beginning at same time and place the following ad John McKee's tine and ending where ditlonal property will be sold at auc the top dressing on said pike now tion: tnds, at places to be designed by the 5 shares of stock In the bank of turnpike supervisor or by Squire J. -B- YBryantaville, 10 head of sheep, four A Singleton and 40 rods to be spread steers, 10 milch cows, 2 heifers, one on the bed rocks beginning at or near bull, 1 bay mule 1 lot or bogs, 1 bay Mrs. Sims' farm, this 40 rods to be mare, 1 spotted pony, 1 bay horso, l spread solid 6 Inches thick and eight THE WORLD-WID- E gray mule, 5 calves, 1 KNOWN SINGER AND EVANCELIST, OF feet wide. IYospectlve contractors will state horse, 1 spring wagon 1 farm wagon, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. In their bids whether the stone is to harrow, wheat drill, harrows, plows be crushed by hand or machine and and numerous other farming Imple from what placo or places the atone Is ments, one rubber tire buggy anC to be gotten. Crushed stone to be Others will assist in the meeting. This help tor our meeting Is the best harness, one piano, and piano player, of a size that will go through a two that can be had for a revival or a great camp meeting and by the grace of household and kitchen furniture an Inch ring. If tunnel rock Is to be God we expect have the best meoting we have ever had. sufficient to go used to Wo Accommodations: furnish rooms or tenU for those who wish other articles too numerous to men through abe broken ring. M "iintntifa j"tH til litt(ttHUklf three Inch tn stay tn the grounds. But occupants will please bring bedding. ilnn If you Bids will be received for gravel, crushed stone or stone from tunnel wish to buy or rent a tent please, apply 10 days before meeting begins. R. K SWIPE, Atfm'r dumps. A dining hall and lunch stand will be run for tho boneflt of the peopio. Purposes this meeting Is run tot the positive salvation ot lost humanity All bids tn be sent sealed to U. B. of B. M. Swope, Deceased. and not a big time gathering place. We propose to run the mectiug orderCol. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Cooper, Clerk, Stanford, Ky. J. A. Singleton and W. S. Uurch, Com ly and not allow drinking or any mis hchalor. We want that men flee mlttee, the wrath to como and prepare tomcet God. We believe in and preach KaltfC holiness of heart and life but our meeting is clear of fanaticism, and tho 1 doctrine that we hold Is tho one that avos men and keera them saved, revealed In our inward and outward f0. eja I Are you coralngT Be sure lo como reBt you a tent-ofbuild you a cot--t LANCASTER, KY. and star all through tho meeUng you will neter regret IL BUYER OF "My husband begged me rj ra . i wsat For further particulars address C. w. LoveU, Stanroro, Kr.. n Dr. to take Cardui," writes Mat-t- ie i W 2&3Sr All Kinds of Farm Produce Frank Orlder, McKlnney, Ky., or (JIarfince j, sipple. London, Ky. L Bishop, of Waveriy, Repcctfully Yours, SUnford Branch T. K. Tuaor, M'a'r. Va., "and for his sake I WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Before I had , Hens taken 1 bottle, 1 felt better. snll Vhen"tho-dlKC'stlon""l., THE BLUE FLAME IS ALL HEAT and prerents Cholera, Llmberneck, Roup and- - other existing forms of poultry disctse, and puts and never falling water, there being fonts in prime condition for two good cisterns at tho door; a S One 90c bottle makes 1 2 action of medicine. two tenant houses, room dwelling, Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle two stock barns and now tobacco of this medicine on hand. barn, 36x36; 2 corn cribs, granary, right the Ico house, buggy house, etc. Will sell action of the bowels regniar, there Is at a bargain In tho next 60 days. a natural craving and relish for food Owner's reason for selling Is bad When this Is racking you may know health. For further particulars see that you need a dose of Chamberlain's W. L. McCarty or I It. Hughes. They Stomach and Liver Tablets. Dare nankin sold a nice bunch ot HATa. I FARM SALE AT AUCTION 4 mE'2Z. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. AT JUMBO, and Ties, Biggest Line Ever Brought to Crab Urcnara. I t CO-ul- Greei) River Canjp MeBtii&i ON-AUG- 26 to SEPT. 5, '10. n Crab Orchard, Kentucky. i ppv nuA tiiimiv YOUR CHANCE For A Jj' j? BARGAIN This Fr dnly S24.Z5. II 088 For His Sake H.B. Northcott. r ;o. ii. Oc Clarence J. Sipple, Sec, London, Ky. I foul IAfcflM. 8 59 "Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off, but nowll am all right" Rggs 14-l- Sc Take 10-- 1 lc Springers Turkeja , ..12-1- 3; 8c Ducks, per lb...., -5 He ., floosters, per Jb tildes per lb. 7c c Feathers . . . . , Ginseng, per lb., 1300 yellow Itoot, per lb ?M1.25J LIM? AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN 7-3- FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the etanrord and acres, ptko containing 138 well watered, ose hundred acres la grass CO acres for 'whcaL This land produces fine tobacco core and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees, a modern new six room house, cistern at door, cellar aad all necetary outbuildings, two tenant bouses, large barn, new silo, tree malt delivery, three hundred yards to school, 1 miles to unloa church. WHEN UNCLC SAM BUILDS Will make ternuvfasy. W. F. Pianos. be is peculiar to specify exactly the Stanford, Ky Dox 41 :Phone 8 ring a. kind of building ruaterlul to be used, follow his exanipUr' and Insist on having our lime, cement, sand, etc., In your contracts. Then many "glorious For the next 20 days we will sell Fourths" will pass before you need our tobacco hogsheads st mill at spend any more money on your build- $1.19 each. We also have seme flas wiilte aad brows leghorn cockereU ing. for sale. Kings Mountain I'UbIbJT J. A ALLEN, StMfenl, Ky. 1-- 2 2 4 j Tho Woman' CHOOSING A WHIP. with much more satisfaction if be easy" matter here. We have das an attractive, modern bath room is an every style, far 'every, use und at to do Itln. lie feels cleaner and better In evory way. Have us estimate about any pric. Tbo o.ily whip you on 'the cost o( giving you this con. cannot get here U a poor onu. Wo A MAN Tonic EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phona 1S3 We can please you. SPRUCES UP Though our have none of that Kind. Our whips aro only a sample of our harness and plumbing, fa top notch our prices are all kinds ot horse goods. You'll find the latter Just as good as the whips and equally moderate In price. K. WARNER, Jjuuij polid comfort You know. Cardui will help you, because it has helped others who were in the same fix as you. It is not only a medicine for sick women, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable ingredients, it is perfectly harmless and has no bad after-effec- ts. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I can lurnlih tbs pabllowlth tbe M well th frf ibet ot cut flowera, plsntf of .ll klndi, bulba, potted Bowr, oa ibort peclsltjr of wrsalbi notice. Alto make bt, tor for funeral purpoe. lo eonnocUou with tbe above, t have all klada o( vegetable on bend at reasonable prloes. OHKIBTMAN (1HKKN HOUHKrt. KD ltUHHABIl. t'UOK. . HUn'-vd- I Kr. Ntke Spring & Summer Stock. ore ror eura iroueere. lanor vein, toe ooattf aadovereoatt. HprlBgaadijummei aaaa reaar ter roar iBipeotioa taapii H.O. KUPLKY.Tbt Taller. tHaatorU, W: Cardui can be relied upon to help you. Trv it todav. At all druggists. flaveroar mtuurt taken br a talfor of ex perieBoa. i hoii our gw.uti, wavtuvra low price bailneu suit or tbe flnett treat otethee.virlll bare tbat lBdlrldiulltr and wBtob plalaly lodlcata they were made to fov'mauiin, I will alio take your tueae. ft .JHWH IN. t Stanford, Ky. J c McCLARy, sun'ord, Ky. Kr. MllirKtSSS Mountain, Ky. .M ;LV