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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 IVOLUloUJ XXXVIL STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUGUST 23rd 1910 No Cl t SUNDAYS RAIN INSURES BIG CROPS i FARMERS ALL HAPPY AND MANY 1 ATTEND COURT DAY AT LANCASTER Farmers all over this part of the State are rejoicing over the splendid rain which full Saturday night and Sunday They sly that this down pour irieans thousands or dollaru Ir Increased crops of ali kinds thin year The greatest optimism prevailed nl Lancaster Monday A big crowd wui present and everyone was delighted and big crops are expected Even those who havo predicted a reat fall tag oft In tobacco were muchp4cei up and tha boner is general that the yield will bo more than has been pro dlcted for somo limoIl There l about cola htwd d tat r tU on mar1el which changed hands around 3 Up f c Ale x Ulbb Sold 77 Attic VUilch averaged 146 pounds to Joe Bates at 7c Win Hoy tonlh yearllnfe mule to Senator R L Hubble for flOS a two yoar old for 180 and aIltlle follow for ISO Jlu Clark bought n mute colt for flit U C Walker paid 1250 for a gra i tsorsjj bought from n B Henry Cress k Jones bought a few cattle at Sc Many tobacco growers are nlrnrt housing their trope deo W felt who raised 18 acres on tho farm o- Ur Uugh Held on tho Danvlllo plkl claims to have tho finest tobacco In the county The Interior Journal II going to hold a tobacco and corn fall here In November full announcement of which will bo made later at whist aorao valuable prizes will be hung up for those farmers who are raising the host In this section J 11 Uaughman and Will Shank wore lu Uncastcr Monday ndvortu a Ing their big Mica hero Sept C and f whlcfrpromlses to be tho biggest thins In stock dispersal line held In Central Kentucky In years All we big farrij ers flgartard W they are cowing nod these tales woro tho talk of the crowd there court day Mr Baugu man baa jut gotten back from the Lawrenceburg and Pdrrjrvlllo fain whore be swept everything with uh herd of champion mules staking lil premiums ho has won so far These ate the mules bo Is going to put In the big sale He goes next to the Springfield fair JiJgeSatfley AS SEEN BY A FRIEND AT TJiE STANFORD BAR By the death ofJudge M C Sauf ley a man was taken who stood forth r a lender among his fellows whose strength of Intellect capacity for aklll as a lawyer and abil rityas a Judge placed all who knew him under the tribute of unfeigned admirationThe of mind bestowed upon him uy nature were such as to foreshadow the place and the career that he made his own He wns not made to take a minor part In that play which life stages he waa endowed as are only those whom men will follow- Readiness of comprehension clear ness of vision certainty In judgment were elements that he possessed and to their aid ho brought a will that never tailored a courago that was unflinching and a power of cxpres olon that sorted as a flawless mirror for bis thoughts More than this he had a memory so retentive that no MMHiml ever to have at his command that wealth of Tact which lice in ob serration and experiences that are past and a serene poise that was n stranger to the wiles of confusion t lie chose the forum as his sphere and It was a happy choice No law jar no layman could see him In tho activities of tho court room without remarking his eminent fitness for that tribunal Alert aggressive ro f sourceful ho was RH antagonist to be Z feared a counsel to bo trusted Few lawyers so happily combined thorn qualities that go to make up the well rounued attorney Ho was a sate counsellor a skilled pleader aacC active examiner a splendid advOCato and a writer who In the dry briefs of the law garnished close reason ing with a fine literary flavor It Is doubtful If this bar ever con tained a better advocate Not only did he have a voice of peculiarly attractive qualities and an expression that clothed itself ID language at once chaste and beautiful but also he analysed so well the propositions he was presenting and reasoned so J cogently from his premises that his conclusions seemed to follow Irrestl blYIts had none of the arta of the demagogue he despised sham and ha had nothing but contempt for tho potty trickery that now infests our h practical politics Yet when he enabled to present his causo to thoJi people they trusted hIm and gave J him thlr suffrage That a man who disdained to stoop to modern politi cal wllce would be repeatedly aiclaimed by this citizenship a their leader was a constant course of as lonshn eat to those who depead forg a official preferment upon the methodlJthat are today so prevalent notorious hut the reason the voters gave him office is not far to seek That action on their part was Impell ed by higher motives than tho mere time servers can ever hope to reach They had faith In JIm They believed In this tuna whom nature had so generously endowed beloved not on ly In his learning and In his ability is a lawyer but believed impllcity In his Integrity a And abundantly did he justify their faith Three times they named clr cultJatdge nd wnen at deaths com wand ho surrendered the office back Jto the people It had iiecclved In creased dignity and honor by reason of his occupancy in his court law yei1 nnd litigant alike felt that on judgeknow I who looked to hut one guide In ar- rIvIng at his decisions nnd that was the Lamp of Law A mind that worked with marvelous swiftness a vision so penetrating that fraud nor sham could lj cape It a couroua Integ city that put aside every consideration thetprlnclnlesonce lucid and convincing a store or legal learning these were tho quail ties that characterized him as a judge Truly can It bo said of him that heI held the scales of justice with so couldIWhllu Judge Saufley will bo remem profesIonI an able Judge no characterization of him can portray the man which does not take Into account his gifts as public speaker considered apar from his attainments as an advocate Here be possessed attributes that fairly earned for him the name of be- Ing an orator lie had of course what may bo termed tho physical qualifications of n successful public speaker voice and delivery Ho also possessed a purity of diction that charmed the trained mind and a vigor of utterance that delighted tho general public But he did not de pend for his effectiveness as a speak er upon the graces of oratory In delpllledied their judgment rather than their emotionsWith quick analytical mind his particular field was In the realm of controversy and on the hustings In joint debate ho was at his bOlt Here he was a master On such occasions his weapons wore various at times he would flash forth with burning sarcasm and blast tho periods of his adversary or having recourse to his scintillating hjimor bo would beneath ridicule the arguments of opponent and hand him over to the COM of the crowd Again he would appdhl to his auditors with an elo- quenCe that fired their enthusiasm and at other times he taught them the principles that distinguished our political parties and reasoned with them as to the causes that made pos sible this republic The years of his life were nearly three score and ten but he was not an old man Decrepitude had not touched him to the end he was ac UVO and vigorous Death did not sum mon him with wasting sickness with torture of body but swiftly and painlessly the call came to hint under the gentle skies of an August day and be lay down to sleep upon the bosom of Mother Earthan able law yer a splendid Judge an eminent citizenBig Tobacco Meeting TO BE HELD AT PAINT LICK IN QARRARD SEPT 3 Fourteen ot the most rcprcsetatlve farmers ot tho Paint Lick section of Garrard county have signed a call for a mass meeting of tobacco grow ers to be held there Sept 3 A mon vtcr barbecue nnd basket dinner willt be served at tho pooling question will bo discussed from all angles Tho exe cutive committee ortbo BurUsy Tobac us Society will be present and grow ers from all over Garrard Madison Lincoln and other counties of this see lion will be present The call issued ay these prominent farmers ot Paint Lick says We feel that the tobacco question leserves immediate attention Thu txecutlve committee of tho Burley 1 tobacco Society will spend the day with us also other prominent speak ers will be Invited and expected to ittend Ladles are also especially Jn cited to take an Interest in the meet IngESigned Wade Walker H K lerndon JBWoods E E Woods V C FitzpatrIck W T King Chas Graves R N Beasley N W Rogers J T Rawlston Woods Walker J G lurnsldesr Walker Ouyan = and Harry FrancIs C OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITIONu Aug 29 Sept24 1910 A magnificent parade will tako 3 hours to pass a given point will Jnark the opening of tho Ohio Valley In xpoaltlon Aug 29th 1910 Special 0 low rates to Cincinnati 0 via the J1 q C route have been placed In h fled Ask ticket liget for particu lars W A Beckler General Pawen It Agent Cincinnati O LIGHTNING PLAYS HAVOC IN WEST END MUCH STOCK KILLED IN SUNDAYS STORMREV BLAINS FIRST WEDDING Hustonvllle Aug 22 An electrical storm accompanied by heavy rain early Sunday morning did much damage In tho West End Daisy for 21 years the faithful buggy horse of Mrs S D Yowell wai Instantly killed while standing In th front yard near tho veranda Although a quarter of a century old lio was still good looking and n useful animal Dink Janton of color had two horses kllfefl under a tree In the pasture A mare and colt of Mn Juno Russell wee killed and 0111 Cowan Sam Owen and E J tiodb lost stacks of hay struck by llghtuln nnd burned Mr W Benedict of Miledgevlll lost n valuable cow Geo Itoutt lost several sheep Mrs Dettle William one stack of wheat J L Beck tithe McKinney section had three hell ITS killed and F M Warojost a star ofhayA and crib on tho farm of ttr W P GIven north of Junction CIty was struck by lightning which tore thettho ground Tho large stock barn on the plaoo was not Injured Sow corn In the buildings was burned Tho home of William near Mitch elisburg Jgpyle county way hit b lightning and greatly damaged Lasket of eggs on the kitchen tabl was broken to pieces as well as all the dishes In the hosuo While t members of the family were greatl shocked none of them were hurt Iu a small territory near Bruriifleld a torrUlc hailstorm accompanied th rain The crops of tobacco of H C Mulling Secretary of the Perryvlll fair Lemuel Elliott and Samuel Baker were almost ruined by the hall The small chunks of Ice riddled the tobacco leaves Corn In some place was blown flat on the ground and In ether instances It was uprooted Chat IIIn river In Ferryvllle was very high Other West End News Mrs Ann Lytle Bosley is vialtlni her children Mrs Anglo and Prof I C Bosley In Danville this week Col Len Hudson of Atlanta Oa was the guest last week of Mr am Mrs L C Rlffe and Mr and Mrs Dr 1 T Bohon his lelatlves Col W J Bobon ot Louisville Is hero attending the splendid protract fl meeting at the Christian church rand visiting the families of O C Riff and Oeo Tucker to whom he Is re latedThere will be no services at Chris tlsn church Wednesday morning but will be that night Miss Florence Epperson has return ed from a delightful three weeks visit to her many friends at Columbia Ky Miss Mary the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs J S Murphy war thb guests last week of tho Misses McCormackThe friends all over the State will bo glad to learn that Mil ton McCormack under the care of a fine trained nurse and a loving watch ful apd anxious mother and slstors In doing fine and hopes to see them all soon rho Annual Smoker on Saturday eve last by Huatonvtilo Masonic Lodgo was well attended and greatly enjoyed by the 35 members present Misses Spencer of Somerset Is the guest this week of Mr and Mrs F U Carson to whom thor are related t C Carpenter sold a splendid barnea fll thug by Gotii last trek- to Thomas Phillips of Lebanon for W Pros J E Sturgis the sltmnv XuiRrllMt nnd highly nojiuillPhd ill row musician has charmed our niMininlty with his ulinltuhl rn lilies Ha Is requests to vtn t Ualllleo tonght Dr J T Bohon took a spin In a Julck auto Sunday over to Harrods burg and returned home via of Me Kinney delighted with his trip Friday evening an autolst speeded hIs machine up main street at a 25 mile per hour gait and our police blef Li anxious to see him again Miss Mana Southerland and Mr tobert Crawford were married at Hotel Weatherford at 3 P MT Saturday Aug 20 by Rev Craig R Blain tho presence of a number of frieuda t the contracting parties This waa ey mains first marriage ceremony o having very recently received his license This effort Is spoken of as beIng exceedingly impressive as is his work for the Master MRS CONN PASSES AWAY IN GARRARD FACULTY FOk LANCASTER PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOSENITEMS FROM OVER THE LINE Lancaster Aug 22 Mrs Thomas W Conn died after a lingering Illness At the homo of her husband In this county The later ment was In the Lancaster cemetery The deceased was a daughter of L C Smith of Fort Smith Ark Mrs Robert L Elkin entertained at n six oclock dinner at her pretty suburban homo The honor guest were Mesdamos Oeo AMcRoberts of Colngton Lee Cox and sister Miss Bessie Bush of St Louts and Miss Annie Roystonof Chicago Wesley Brown Dickerson tho 12 ear old son of Mr nnd Mrs J E Ulckortion of this city who was op crated upon last week for appendicit- Is is doing quite nicely at the Lan caster hospital Mrs W A Price entertained with u sumptuous dinner last Friday In honor of Mrs T J Price of this city and her sisters Mrs M H Mabry ol Tallohasee Fir and the Misses Wanhburn of Louisville Tho faculty for the Lancaster grad cd School Is about the seine for the ensuing term Most of the teachers I ot the past year havo been retained Miss Bettle Robinson of Campbells vllle will nil Prof Nlckells place Mrs Ethel Darnold of this city that If Miss Lillian Sanford As Mrs Belle Burnsldo was compelled to give up her place as musical Instructor onl account of railing health Miss Minnie Walsh of Campbellsvlllo a graduate of the Now Engand Conservatory ol Music at Boston has been selected by the board ot trustees The school will be open the first Monday In S ptemj her r Mrs Cooper who has been the guesl of her friend and schoolmate Mrs Chester Fitch ot this place met with quite a painful accident while visit ing In Fayettes capitol While upon one of the streets of Lexington she fell Into a hole made by some tree roots and broke her leg She was tak en at once to the St Joseph Hospital while her two children are here under the care of Mrs Fitch Mrs Georgia Gullfoyle aged 18 yean died In Lexington of peritonitis She wad native of this county and the remains were brought to her old home Paint Lick for interment- A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church on Sunday Aug 28 Rev M Martin of Jelllco will con duct the services to be assisted by the pastor Rev O P Bush A picnic was held Friday afternoon In the spacious yard of Miss Alberta Andersons pretty country home The occasion was to celebrato a number of homecoming schoolmates Some 15 or 20 gathered to partake of a delicious luncheon that was served Hughes Swlnebroad sold the Robinson residence recently purchas ed by Mr W A Lear to Mr Samuel Cotton of this county for 5000 M Laubert of Jennsylvania bought a car load of mules and shipped them from this point Monda- yMoreland Mr Walter Clements the twenty second child ot his parents and Mlsa Mary Carter daughter or Mr and Mrs D C Cartor were quietly married at the residence of ROY HI uurke Mr J M Evans Is quite 111 In lift lug and straining he broke an artery In the region of his right lung TwoI doctors have been In attendance Mrs Mary Eadlam and two daugh ere of Garrard county are visiting tlla form era parents Mr and Mrs VS Spratt here Mr and Mrs Cy Dutton of Lexlng ton aro visiting relatives and friends here They are talking ot locating icro again I The ball game betweeh Liberty andI roroiand terminated In three scores 1 ror Liberty and none for Moreland The Woodmen gave an Ice cream upper at which they cleared 22 Dysentery Is a dangerous disease butcRn be cured Cuambelalaa Colic holera and Diarrhoea Remedy has eon successfully usd In nine epI- demics or dysenteryJt has never been known to fall It Is equally valuable Jqr children and adults and hen reduced with water and sweeten cd It Is pleasant to take Sold by Pent ys Drug SoretAn announcement ot special Inter 41St to our community is that limo Rev Isaac M Yonan an American of eumlah Persia will speak at thoI resbyterlan church hero next Sun day morning and evening I 11 Jf lf1t x Louis Walker SAID TO HAVE CIRCUIT JUDGE SHIP NAILED DOWN The tip was out at Lancaster Mon day that Louis L Walker of that city was sure to be appointed circuit Judge of this judicial district to fill tho va cancy caused by toe death of Judge Saufley It was said that Lieut Uov Cox who la acting governor while Wlllson Is on his vacation In MIchl acterIwhen tho appointment did not come then It said that it would come Wed nesday Mr Walker is understood to have tho support of Senator WI O Bradley for the place and as Bradley Is about the whole thing ln the re publican party In Kentucky now what he says will undoubtedly hove great weight with the acting governor ambitionsIto MUCH SECRECY OVER MATTER OF ItS SALE- Lexingtonl Ky Aug 22 J9Vjfcal has the Burltiy Tobacco Sc cicty done If anything with the 1909 pooled crop is the question here today A representative of the It J Reynolds Tobacco Company ot Wins Jon Salem N C bid on and secured- a quantity of the crop last night The Hurley people will ont say what amount was secured but iie exe cutive board adjourned until next Tuesday when It Is Expected that the matter will be made public and when it is also expected that the announcement will be made that the Reynolds Company has secured the larger part of the pool crop and that the entire pool has been sold The Reynolds Company la saId to be buying for the trust and if this be true the trust will have the greater share of the 120000000 pounds On tho other hand tobacco men here who claim to know something of Uie trust say thpt the American Tobacco Company has no use for the pooled crop and that it can get along mighty well without any of the crop as they have large quantities In stor age and have also bought a large amount of tobacco out of the pool in Kentucky and also bought all It could secrtre In other States But whether the trust has been the purchaser or not the chief thing Is the disposal of practically the entire 1909 pool and although no official statement Is made It is generally believed that this has been accomplished and that the average price of about 18 dollars a hundred will bo paid which will mean that 21600000 will bo turned into the pool before the pool is completed Many rumors are current concern- Ing tho tobacco One la that the sale to the Reynolds people was 1500000 pounds T D Blackmoro represen tative of Reynolds here refused to affirm or deny that his company has bought a pound of the tobacc- oPreaebersville Master Clinton Parks was taken to Louisville last week by his lather Mr FaJo Parks to have ono of his lower limbs straightened Perry White Is still very sick of Brights disease and threatened fever J H Rlgaby Is quite 111 Mrs Fade Parks Is complaining Henry Blan kens hip Is quite ill of troubles inci dent to old age Your correspondent has been indisposed Mrs Ueorgo n Colson is doing no good her condit ion unchanged Rev Pierce Bryant preached a fine sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday which is being highly com plimented by all who heard It Mrs R C Kimball wife of fez Kimball is visiting Mn J M Cress Richard Bratton and wife of Hubble wen viallin Mr and MILRigby Levi Anderson an1 wife of Ca naan were also visiting there Rev Thornton is vliitng Mrs Cummins sad daughter Mrs Thompson Mrs Jasper Collins and baby visited Mrs press Miss Bertha Adams of Ncrth stem Ind visited little Miss Ella Rigsby and now both are visiting the molly of their uncle Louts 1111 of Drab Orchard Mrs Tom Harglss of lowland is visiting her sister Mrs organ Thompson Mrs Ellen Baker of Rockcastle la Isltlng Mrs W H Brown at Swee ley jnroes W Blankenship and or Miss Minnie visited Henry DlanIi enshlp his father W C Brown and family of Sweeney will leave in a I few days to visit his Dan Jrpwn of Missouri A good sized crowd from here attended Brodhead air TO THE PUBLIC t Having suffered loss to my dwell i Ing by fire and being insured with lease D Wearen the Insurance man tanford Ky It Is with pleasure hat I recommend the above Jesse t Wearen to the Insuring public for hIs prompt attention and liberal sot t ement of my loss Signed C 0 I Terry t Commencing Aug 19 the Qlb C Railway will sell excursion ctickets r- In Fridays and Saturtays for 10 days t to Sprlug Clt for Rhea Springs 1 10001 t TrJ tbm 1BIBLECHRISTIAN CHURCHES i TO HOLD YCONVENTIONr AT TURNERSVILLE ON WEDNESDAYi 1rbeChristian churches of Lincoln couur will be held at Turnemllle on A 24th The program promibeb dione full of Interest and Instruction i All bible schools are urged to send their superintendents and as many delegates as possible Dinner will be served on the grounds The progran J 44 Is as follows 1000 A M Devotional In ot Peter Carter chargoI1015 Conference Trie Rank a I rlBf1100 Testimonies The Value of c tho Weekly Bulletin Everybody Led2by R L Berry 1115 Address The Chrlstlar J quest of Kentucky W E FrazeoI1145 Roll call Making Lincoln Aa Banner County- Conditions from every school 1A written report C2 An offering for i State work 3 The attendance of i Suit Intendenta or Assistant or Sec ret i t l 55 Appointment ot conimitteosfanti announcements lOO Dinner 1 1 00 Comrolttee meetingsf115 Ofllcers conference 130 Praise service In charge of McKlnney school 145 Business sesslonI1 reports of schools 2 Reports of commltfees 3 Offering for State and county work- S 200 Free for all What Lincoln county Bible schools may reasonablylrbo expected to do during the the next twelve months Led by W S Willis 230 Announcements The county Institute The new honor roll ffOxienshdro Sept 1923 ti215 Adult Bible class or teachers training class on exhibition In I charge of Hustonville Bible school I 315 The Bible School and the e Home D M Walkerij Kings MoHBtam i onbusinessMr C Trusty the section foreman j of this place received a very painful wound by the explosion of a torpedo which he had place on the track and the work train ran over It while he was standing near and a piece of the torpedo entered his leg Just below the InjuryDrMurphy and wife attended the South Kentucky Baptist Association at Ellis yThecational Div No 3 are urged to at i tend the teachers association atIKings Mountain the last Saturday In August all Interested In school at j fairs are urged to be present E U Qilliland Chairman Francis Ii Hatfleld Secretary Rev W J Ward of Missouri will begin a protracted meeting at the Pleasant Point Baptist church Tuesday Aug 24 It will be remembered 11 that Bro Ward held a revival here 20 years ago which was thought to be f one of the greatest revivals ever heldjIn this part of the country Rev Adams filled an engagement at the Christian church aunday Aug 14thsCARD OF THANKS After a partial recovery of tho j shock we desire to thank the good people of Stanford and Lincoln noun ty through thn Interior Journal and Its kind editor for their quick re sponse to the signal of distress when our little home came so near being robbed of its light and joy by the ddnaplnk of our only dear child Joe Davis and further for the many ut fern of their time and aid in trying to bring the guilty parties to justice We sincerely think Drs Brown and 0 faunon for their kind offer of any medical service they could tender With best wishes for all of those ood people we will ever remain your friends Mr and Mrs Time H- Eads 1 KILLED BY MULES KICK Jacob A Wall Jr son ofF C Wall if Yosemite died Friday otter aa i llnesa of twelve hours The deceased was 15 years lage and confessed the Christian faith about a year ago it The cause ol his death was the reu j f a fall from a mule which aeLup pneumonia and done its fatal work at ince Burial at Green river Come cry last Saturday after funeral exer Isea by Eld J Q Montgomery AH Infant daughter of K 8 Martin f the Turnersvllle section died yea erday morning and was burled In the Campbell burying ground at Turners rule this afternoon 4 U L rpAGL TWO ipnrjKRiox JOURNAL xUEBpAY AUGUST 23rd 1810tTilE INTERIOR JOURNAL EeUbllabed 1872 JCVJJRY TUESDAY AftP FRIDA At 1 Per Year In Advance HELTON gAUELEYPubllsha JllRtered at the Post Office at Stanford Ky as Second Claw saIL Hon Harvey Helm democratic cant dldate for Congress was In town short tloie thiv mormn lie lookn ct cry Inch a winter and is confident of democratic success Danville Mee EengerWe protest emphatically It there i is any season of the year that inn j urbane congressman does not resem ble it IB bleak and hoary winter Every voter In the Eighth district wh has net felt the hearty warmth of hi gladsome handclasp or basked in fr summery smile certainly has spec thing coming to kin weUl wag said voter gets it before trig Ides of November roll a u urntultruthThere lea Jn the- auggRat1opteat thacaadlacjof Stagy ator 4Cresty fqf Py81qi aJfer9k the voters of Kentucky the last Steen they will V to yo g J9r 15 Confe e1Me sole for a 8teQfUte SeBBtwj jJlcCiyarj pea osa of thf youiger of the Confedew jp but IB none well a varleed 11 XMrfl The thinjpraj 11pfs fadfa filMlulir fast and ldenatgr McCreary Is un doubt 41y iHelast cpnfederate soldier who will seek State office at the hands ct Kentucky democrats Glas tOW Times NO CHAN fi IN EIGHTH Discussing democratic congression al prospects in Kentucky for the fall campaign the Louisville Times Saturday took a very true view of the conditions in the Eighth when 11 saidThat ttto republicans recognize that they hayerrhPf ly the emlltance of a chance IB the Eighth district is evl denced fWthe opposition which la hardly more aa npnilnai CpaEreeq man Harvey Helm who is holding aloft the Democratic banner wW leave n 1I tope jintumed tp Bet a re cord majority this year and if demo cratic conditions In tbs old Eighth are any If4ezhe will get ty HIs republican opponents Col R L EJ well who It is said was dratted from Laurel county In the Eleventh district to make the race against the Tall Sycamore of the St Asaph I Col Ewell has made two previous los ing races for congress sd be has become accustomed to defeat and It will not hurt him Two years ago Congressman Helm hac1a plurality over L W Betburum Republican of 1676 NOTICE Sealed bids will be received up to 1 oclock Sept 1 1910 on making earjh fill and concrete wall at the new bridge over Hanging Fork Creek iat J S Murphys will find specifi at the McKlnney Deposit Bank or at my office J P Bailey L C 0 EasesI If your liver Is sluggish and out tone and you feel dull bilious con fio sUpated take a dose of Chamberi J loins Stomach and Liver night before retiring and you will all right In the mroning Sold by Pen ays Drug Store WITH LIFEAND POLICY SAVED You can make a new start after the tire Without the policy what a hopeless and dreary outlook would be yours Dont risk It Have us Insum you today so that if fire come tonight as it may you will not wake up tomorrow a ruined man Fish Penningion Stanford Wr PhoneSQO feedandw1er r Wet covered 4 T pens o STANFORD itY We also dos l Ij v Mt Vemwf CHaf e JoN jet Ilt OTHE UV rJEWtFROM OVER IN ROCKCASTLE Mt Vernon Aug 22 Circuit court began at Mt Vernon lest week with Judge Bethurura pre siding The juries are composed of Grand jury Coleman Burdett John Stringer Jack Hansel ob- Long John SIgman Jim Pitman Chris Sowder O L Mason and T L Nooe Foreman Petit Jury Hayes Clark H C Jones Jno Chappel Henry McClure Jno Grider J B Livesay W T Dc Bprd Joshua Parrot G V Owens H j McKinney Geo Parret WT Smith Mat Pike Anse Robins Goo Burton Elzle French Jno B PricE Fayette Anclerkin Picas Ramsey Wallace Vance Sam Fields and Jake PikeThe following cases have beer tried Monroe Singleton for oolllni whisky 50 each In three cases Johi R 0 Miller tor nuisance flue fHlO md 100 dajrfl iq the county Jail Jlerlt tfcJJraw sot gonceated weapons 52 rAd Lee for seling whlekyf60 Nati U9jaa charped w th dejAjlng a e- agqat her will hung fY1 Ax dlttieDt was returaed in ajshall Goo Ferguson for tEe kfil tpg f G W UentrJpTuT te case wJT dot be trieA uattltbe JaA rteTs1t- Sam D Hyslngec aged about 35 years died of consumption Tuesday morning at his home afoul two miles north of here r He was one of the countys beql citizens and most successful farmer and had before him a bright future in his line On last Sunday morning he realized that his days were num bered and desired to make provis ions for his wife and babies called his father III and contracted for a farm which his father owned which Is situated on tb4tt Vernon and Brodhead road now occupied by his brother Jack Hyslnger which he will ed to his wife find children together with hU personal property Besides his wife and two babies he leaves an aged father and mother and sev eral brothers and Ulsters to mourn his death Funeral services were conducted at Rose Hill church Ties lay afternoon byRe jl G Fish Misses Bessie Fowle ot Stanford tnd Selina Rontoa of Rowland are the attractive guests of Misses Emma acid Ethel Davjs In this county Mesdames M J Miller and Chas C Davis who have been in Colorado for aeveral weeks have returned home They report a most delightful trip Brodhead Miss Ada Wesley of Liberty Ky spent last week here with Mrs M S Durham Joe Carter of Gratz Ky Is the guest of his brother Dr W F Carter Miss Ella Dunn of Danville Is vIsiting Mrs J O Frith and renamed over until after the fair 0 IJ Wllmott of Knoxville Tenn is at ending the fair Canard Evans raveling Secy for Gen Supt of L N R R Co Is at homo for a few days J W Hutcheson was In Louisville nd Cincinnati first of the week F- li Ware of McKlnney Ky Is here visiting Mr and Mrs J Thomas Cher y during the fair John Maynard of ibertv Ky was here between trains Monday YOUCAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with ourFOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J H Buighman Co2 If you have anything to sell Jath- qSTOCK tlTake to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Ho buyeand sel B ever day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Beet market in the State with plntyof itsido pf Louivjiilej or Lexington eBral hitch and feed bu use I I 2L xL t T JO 1JV RkUie 1 I r CRAB onCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and un paying this week for loc- Fryers 12 c ltoosterai G to 6 12e Eggs oo lCio Turkeys 9 to 1- 00Ducks7 to S- cHldes6 12 to 7- cteathers10 to 4ic Ginseng 5 Phone 20 In buying a cough medicine dont Remedy Thehe Is no danges from It bo afraid to ge Camberlalns trough and relief is sure to fOllow Especial iy recommended for coughs colds and Whooping cough Sold by Pcnnyi Drug Store flows TklsT we MW OM Hwutrtd Hare Reward tor M9 MM et nutrk ttot CUUM W coved Hall tatwrngwrrcRaErsitcbrottot bsae i al Mews T J CVM7 fw tea kit II tilki Um u- eraetr a es = rt wablt t1 eiRl rtAe fly aY i tit W IXII1 th16Wtt QI =dftetI7 Yaa tee blood n4 BUOMM mrtuM of IM arras esreeIfe aeayylieferoOsWsu tu+ IIM 0 1pNOTICE In the district eslut of the United ofKentukyJf Slpple binkrilttNotice of Sale In Bankruptcy By vlrture or an order entered by J N Saunders referee In the above styled case I as trustee ol eaajej on Saturday the 3rd day of Sept A D 1910 between the pours of 10 oclock P Wi oh the premises being 52 acres of farm land situated In bin coIn county Ky on the waters of Green river adjoining the Denhara farm and lying near the post office cf Jumbo Ky expose to pufcllc sale to the highest aad best bidder for cash In hand the above described tractor parcel of tend together with 19 acres of land adjoining saMe now owned by Clarence J fiippte the bankrupt above named and also one Gaff interest In the growlns crop upon raid land Given under my hdnd this the 16th lay of August 1MD R A OYCHE Trustee Si Baugflwanj Gabbler W W Saunders lad Bookkeeper AN ACT FOR THE BENEFIT fTHE TURNRIKE ROADS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH I Be enacted rllM Gecral Aeaem- bly of the Coramoawealth of Ken tucky 1 That It shall be unlawful for anyone to obstruct the water tablet of turnpike or any public road bj putting crossing Cither private 9f public ofeft wnter fcb 6f lie road without rovhllag n calvdli- or drala pipe of sufficient dimension to currx the full volumo of water that may drain in this water table or U curb it as not to impede the full flow of water U shall also bo unlaw ful to plant trees telephone poles or fences In or closer than V 12 feet of the outer edge of the ditch so that a piece of machinery may be used In making widening or deepening them Any fencing tree or stone falling into a water table or rolling down from above Into shall be removed with In five days by the owner of the land Qt which tho obstruction was a part or any person not an owner trimming trees or cutting weeds or briars or any person placing any other obstruc tlon tot water table shall bo liable for all damage done by turnlpg rater Into ttfe roadbed and also t6 lisle 6f tTldollam for each dy the cb n1 UOD ha 1aidn the dttcb longe- rthaf nve days Tttball be tB4 duty of tho aIo- y fe a o roll to reporlcTerr mledebleaBOE ud6r this titRTMttk aH t e evidease n- csiteV o the Maal ate IR w1oe s ohtbt1nnt its Jury for office and on conviction exPelled fromWeettlee 3 table that ray Rosh out iwpcr than necee4ary to the voWraO of water dmlaed isdUH dermrtlag the road tor adjacent repelty by the permission oj gush supervisor the ditch may be fled or dammed to Its proper size 4 In making or repairing any part of a public road one sixth or more of all mogey so spent shall be used for the drainage of said road by making water tables and placing culverts or drain pipes of suitable number Del size Approved Jtarc 24th 1910 Be sure and take a bottle of Chili icrlalas Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you whea starting on your trip this summer cannot be obtained on board the trains or stesa- ere Chartgea of water ud diiMif l11Cs often ana aulI Vis racVftWrac-Ml by Ptnnyr Drug Store Tkr SUU Indiirtriml Show Wk iow 7QOQ strife Larf tesir 190000 Iii Altwdanc r SIX BIG DAYlC AND NIGHT THIS YEAR 3QtOOO In Prcnitum HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME AT NIGHT EIGHTHANNUAL 1 Stiles Reeoureet EShlbnsd DAILY RACES FIREWORKS r NATIELLO AND JIXS BAND Fru AtLtfJiM Uplotfit Hldi HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEHDMflST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For wtkir information wKs J W KEWKAM Sicriltry J20 Put lanis Blif a SEPTEMBERLU 17 Oe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KtntucKy CAPITAL S 5000000 SURPLUS 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICE RF IPAEJrpTENTER BOOKKEEPERESTER ASST CASH HAYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSI W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster JB Pflxtnn Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins PreacherviDe Lilburri GK 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 Sitklactonr Service Modern Safety DepqrftBoxerfof Use ef Xtt CuitomeftJ We SoUdt Your Account OFFICEIJ S Hocker1ssi4eii TlHarrlaS cePeaideat H C J JL HarrlB Bookkeeper F It a it so it a 2 k r It r 8 h DIRECTOR P Reid JH Bspgbmaa M D Elmore J M Petlua H C BaHgbnaan J1rI Cuauiiiis Si Ti I noJ 0JRobi ioa E C Walton J S lptW 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 bo accomplished by Weans of our telephony service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefite received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to teadquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone eryji we can immediately interest you Our lines coyer the States of Kentucky TeJl ee Mppi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO inooBroaATKB c i iC tLr I WALKOVER SHOES t 7ttr 1 zz i rV7n4 Are today the mot extensively ad k e versed footwearVfhe world 4 prat tl ty big statement bufit is true Manu i t factored in Ii every leather used in f wear andIn almost every style ttable at 350 4 450 and 5 t pair We believe themt to be the bestJwearing and best looking mans shoe I q r r1 r t made dayr t H J McRoberts 1j bl o 1 rr b I t rg Y Mr+ for r r r G L ienny R H Coffey Eo no Ooleataa kCream Soda ator- FAopatoS Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNYS DRUG STORE tanford Kentucky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Ebal en Also Dealers ia Fur niture JlattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Price flight TAN FORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobsheeler In abd MBDUfactQier or Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn VMfeand settees O Uoe and wprk l Mo Kinney ICy J Ce McClary Undertaker and Embalmer r I STAMFORD it KY- ONPHretlir oJ i 1 IlawJPYeaeG W A TRIBBLEI Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentur- KyCONCRETING t Weareinpoiltlontodoallklcdt or con ai Block Work Pavements fromhoueedowntoafenceposte a TOO and euarantee nritolaM tbeforePHILLIPSBROiSBia- nibriBl Ky 4 When Hungry 11 J GOTO Onrion1 lUttAurant Lancaster treet Stanford LMMU served at all pouts up to IliHfK x Bat place IB w Kor good quick i meal Cooking to putt our cBHoHierionripeeiaUr SplendId Dew line of fancr Qrocerlci Uot Coff e Bandwlchyi plea Batter milk and sweet milk etc at all times Wa A CARSON Prop Ba D CARTER 1i New Livery DepotStreetPhonge TANfIOlQ KEfftU lrjl tfle Ldp J rTU111Ilaz AUGUST 23rd llerun TJ1TEItIQR JOUKNAfc PAGE lnuE1I J jf k4It I The Styles Arc the newest New Yorkcreatoins t TheHoaUaretSeNew32to341nch s The Skirts ptatalirm the knee down Prlccs nil1J slbrGo1 35O I Come anti look tY I I j SEVERANCE SON Kentucky 1 There IB a view line of 25c box pa ers special value at Pennys Dnu Iere f PIRSOMALS A I MlM Katmfrlrt Xyan returned Sat urday IItrip to Niagara Falls Mr JiMtry T Mee k at Hatt reek MFsMfean tor bit fcealth to Mr aid Mrs K F BlaakMinhlp U 4 tkeBUedfee IrodBj4 fair WeiBeeday CJS l of ldelt ikelU LitemUeirHoH8si1ter MA arr uitlBg Mr and Mrs Chan Lovcll Mlteea Laura and Ruth Data f reo Auraed to Burasf4 feet Wbek alt Msltlng Mn CUa i Atf jxivell 4 Tom Wilder wife and children of Hubble wore guests of Mr and Mrs armer Sunday Dornlng He will alto visit his broth tr In Washington City Frankfort lWI Maloxd I Orchard Saturday In Mrs Haldeman s iisr car tr this week- Mesdamesi Henry Holderman and JilagCle Lunaford aro guests of refa v IYer at Springfield this week Mr aed Mm Julius Von nruenlgan od two handsome children of Nlcbo asvlllo were the guests of relatives I pert Sunday MV s Anna Chancellor of near Stan lord has returned home after a visit to Misses Christine Mull Danville eitsenger Mr and Mrs J H Baugbman have from the LaW1tDc burg and fturne4 fain Missionary Society of ibe Baptist church will met with 4 Ira Mary Penny at 3 oclock Friday fternoon A lull attendance Is detl red Rev R H Mahony loft Sunday tuck to the regret of his many lends herd to tako up his work at jllensiUle where ho goes to make tit future home His daughters will ifjln him later bliss Pauline Hockcr has returned from n visit to frlcnflrt in London Mrs J Yl Jackson And son Maurlco went up to London to visit relatives Sunday Mr end tin Joe Porttaaa arrived Saturday from Chicago to make their a Elizabeth the fiveyearold daughter at Mr Maes replle 1a quke 111 wJtfc typMlditrVer vV i sIt MarleAlahee7 vMied MiM Clara Collier at Crab Orchard last wick erturd Mrs J 3t eaton are visiting the letters brother Mr Oco Parson at Paint Lick Russell Brown attended the Brod bead fair last week Mrs T P Hill has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Okla homa and Texas Mrs Sum Goldstein and all of her children except Miss Motile have moved to Louisville to make their homo In the future Mr L Eo Carpenter of Williams port 0 joined his wlfo who Is the gueSt of her parents Mr and Mrs J N Menefe here Uncle John Atkinson was thrown from a buggy FJday and tecelceda sprained arm and several fcruUet about the head and face Mr and Mrs R E Snow of Lamasco Texas were hero Monday on their way to Visit J W Ilogue and Wmt Hatter at Yowmitei iir Snow left this county 11 yearaaRdand Is now a successful farmer In the Lone Star StAteLlb crty News Mrs W C Greening and sons of Lexington are visiting her sister MIIII Mary Horamcll on Broadway Misses Mary and Madgo Hackloy have been recent guests of Misses Mamie and Ethel Walter In Lancaster =Danville Mesnengor Miss Annie Dunn of Hustonvllle v ho has been the attractive guest ofI Mrs Daniel Traylor for some tlmii tins returned to her homo Sbo will visit relatives hero next week t- ilf t l yq 4- Va7CiQ t Jw Q nwxttr4A tJT ttter t an jFactory p1eclIe c ever elJUy 1t machineryF i 4 Ji Vw A Ay metnWiriw ifIira rect ro n v k- i I I i gsas 1 tootSmartStylish atilFJexJ 4 idle to the last degree t models on J slay today Your1i 1 I cordially invited to instect them f rof i Cummins Wear iI- I 1 i STANFORD KENTUCKY t- Thisstort is thehome of Hart Schaffner Marx dtaL yr h Youll Be Carried Completely Away With the Style Quality and Reasonable Prices of our first show ing of New Fall Tailored Suits One thing that will strike you above any other feature of thes Gods is the Elegant Workmanship T J Hill Jr attended IAttorney of the late Judge W Con Monday Mrs hell who accompanied tfio remains hoaio is much Improved Miss Asa Wf1ierbl illsslouary Ridge Chattanooga TeRn il the at tractHe beet tit the fitly df S utro- McKechiiloat Hubble Mr uid Mrs J iw wes e ca11od to Louisville Mitdel Jt- 7f i + Ulaess of the letters gmadsreth 1pt 3Irs popper r t Miss Smith of Danville arrived on j ip1eeeMrsGrinsteadMesdameB Mary Btiaub and JL L Davlson and Miss Lizzie Dftvlnon were visitors at Grab Orchard Springs Mrs Bello Henderson of Garrard Is the guest of Mrs W P klncald Mrs J 8 RIce will entertain on Thursday afternoon from 3 to C at cards In honor of her guest Mrs W S Sheridan of Louisville Sort Local News For Sala300 bushels of large on ions Thompson Bros Kings Moun UU Ky 484 Dr J 0 Carpenter will lecture on ABtlTubwculosIs at the Mt Xcnlfc church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Her W E Andersop flU give an Illustrated lecture At he Crab Orchard Cllrlstlanr church Wedaecday night Admission le 25 and 15c Rev F it Tiptferof Lancaster began At protracted meeting at the McKinney Christian church last night Trunks and winsmachines the beat kind W A Tdbble The Court at ameeting on Monday contracted with the Chum don Bridge Company of Wllmlng + ton Ohio for a bridge to span the tanging Fork creek al tho Bob White I ford at a price of fl600 to be corn iletcd November 1st For SaleSIr J ofFirst Nat 1 opal flank stock Apply this office A new supply of tae ware nt the Country Store Lost a pair of old frame glasses In Stanford Saturday evening Re turn to this office N I A nlco line wagon ndbuggy whips it tho Country Store A new sujiplw ot dollar watches at he Country Store The Camp Meeting nt Juubo be gins Aug 6 Hear Tillman preach and Blrg 493 For SaleThehouses on East Main street known as the Pennlngton place Apply to T W Pennington For Sale or Rent Optodoto corn and feed mill latest machinery capa city 225 bushels Good shipping point large building room for other manufacturing Junction City Enter price Company Junction City Ky Lost ladles coat on Lancaster pike Return to this office and receive reward s The booksfor 1910 are no ready Settle now and avoid the rue and confusion of waiting until the 1ae- day W L McCarty Sheriff For sale or rent ay home consist Ing of four rooms good porch and all necessary out buildings 4 acres of land in connection Mrs U A Hurst Rowland Ky r For JalerNlCe residence cm Mala West fertitaafcrd fty the frontae pf Ipt lr Bough for auotfeer mIII 8Et4tITSItanford w ol it Molhert have you tried Holllstsrt Rdcfcy Mouatnln TeaT Its a treat lal Si te llttib enetf Jcffl81rammet ttoulkil Makee A EYeryonV is admiring the two handsome II lsnsluBt put by the Lincoln County NaUonal flank The interior orthe banking room has keen at tractively done over and presents an almoHt new appearance Cashier W M Bright says that there Is Both Ing too nice for its patrons Anotherclalmaut tobacco grow in honors is Abe Ounn who grew a who grew a splendid crop on Sam Harris farm James W Ayarfleld cut 970 sticks of this from 715 to 6p m Ho will undoubtedly have some ot this in tile 1 Ja tobacco and corn fair In November Rev Alfred A Hl ins Glasgow preached A fine o1Iermcinat the y- terian church hero Sunday mon11ii Sst lrhb crochet left on L fe N Eastbound train last week teWard for return to Mrs W H I VearcB Dr J J raged S3 who for the put 23 years hold the chair of mathematics at Georgetown College and was one of the most noted edit caters in the United States died at- hid home in Georgetown Monday To night the Hostage from Scllleo and The Partners both fine feature pictures the partners a thrilling exCIting film from at KK to andI Remember new pictures every The opera house Is well ventilated und has plenty of seating capacity A home Institution run and owned by home people who spend their money hare Patronize It SOMERSET FAIR Aug 3031 Sept 12 Round trip tickets via Queen Crescent Route will be sold AUR 30 31 Sept 1 and 2 good returning un tit Sept 3 1910 The round trip rate iron Junction City to Somerset for this occasion Is fl45 REVIVAL SERVICES AT- CHRISTIAN CHURCH The revival services nt the Chris tian church began Sunday naming Aug 21 Although a severe rain storm was in progress a representa the audience gathered to hear the first of the series of Barmons to bo delivered by Prof W C Morrow dean of the faculty of the Bible College at Uexlngton The people of Stanford are particularly fortunate at having this opportunity of hearing Prof Morrow as he Is a man of wide edu ServicesP M All are CUCHfQ HC OOOe I SUPERIO I- IGRAIN DRILLS i Arrived 1 I Stop In And See Them H HIGG1NS 2 a STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASNTSOMETHING YOU WANT r Stanford Kentucky TrTR7FTlr7li7fi11rArrF1 i TR7F f7RrF7F 1 I 7F71riF7F- Il 11I sw y lLL1 rfirtA 3 i f JV I The Material v irBroadclothsGrey and Leather i T V t Ik I J Prices range from 1650 to 3250 4V f Nt Come and Look Stanford AtInUc visitingI brieto tablVtL1lhu8aid II Crab Orchard y r t Crab Orchard IB slowly making im YIngbuilt Mr D W EdniiBton has bad A full Jifsrellittenceilrc are greatly In need of reel deioM M out town ArfoTr eottaipte ilhireIng herJBot eFJrt 1f tittJoosJ aQyi ller lMra Katy bap iturned to her home fa Hope the bird Reuben Bronaugh MaBffuturri cd liwo II CAW a very pleauupj xUlt with her son Dr James M Broaaugh and family of Lexington Mrs John Halderman and daugh ter of Louisville arrived n few days since cdmltfg through In their hand rorae automobile to visit her mother Mrs James Buchanan toCampbellsville hasbeenbliss Annlo Evans of Danville is guest ot Miss Annie Bronaugh Mrs R C Kimble and son Herman are visiting Mr and Mrs John Cress of PreachersvlMe holding MrsSarah a visitorsMr In IromLancalter returningnta itlTHere is a Remedy That 1 e Will Cure Eczema ft I WE PROVE JT 1 4 I jmenlJ V w + tlonll trY t itI fI p IJ1I germ xfp pi ex U ktI TtItldn 01 4 c4 isretQf thee k1 4kat oaapse IV feg d iplkxCM v set x rave b14 it Wni 4 tegilmes stee t aieasered In ovii Zc1 OWIkt Mid class 4 ttbeeczemapimples J tof skin cf scalp affections whether an Infant or grown person Will you recommendationlennys = MARTIN NKINSlMrs Julia P was to Mr J C Jenkins In the parlors of the First Christian church at hostsvilloby Rev Oremeln on last Thars day at six oclock In theevenlag Mr JenklnR Is a fine business MM oC Telllco Plains Tenn and they wtUl make that their future bean Ttoyr have many friends here wlxt wlli wish them much happiness iI I I TIN t FRUIT CANS t i r rt 1 r The Kindi YouiiI r For L Canning Tomatoes qt m m W E r PERKINSCRAB KENTUCKYJ i SL R Hughes T W HumbloW 0 Martin Ii NEW FALL GINGHAMS Ir 1JI ft I r Wei havt3justreceived very Y f beantiioil line of New Fall CrlngJi msBand trimming I anddoio jI d Embroidery o i match Also afull line ofblue- grass li Madras in all colors CallI and see them before you buy rwaji 1IUGIIES MARTIN C0f Dry GoodsNotions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Iwl1 j lJ L a J 1oI1 t QOTF f 1 i 1 I ri11OURTl1i111 IMTJUUOR JOURNAL TUJSSUAY AbQUST 23H utiII i 1 C Ii If not yours for the of i A MAN UP with much more satisfaction If he bas an attractive modern bath room to do it In He feels and bet y tat in every way Have us estimate cost of you this con tittyLiiui pojid comfort Though top notch our prices are J itl3 w1tt ttW K irlleile 188 Ky Quit Business SaleRformed connections with the Tobacco Warehouses in Danville we will be compelled to give all of n our time to thatbuginean afterI Having 15th Until Eeptember let we offer every vehicle in our rcpo8ltory at uneolJ Satur day September 3rd will be Bold at auction This stock consists of about CO vehicles r I BUGGIES lit vrwEreNsAll KY C BRIGHT COMPANYIDANVILLE KITCHEN i No Heat Except Needed DISHES HOTFOOD WELL COOK EDKITCHEN COOL NO UNDER DONE FOODNO OVERHEATED KITCHEN IN EVERY THING HOT WANTED HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATEDTHE IS ALL HEAT NO SMOKENO ODOR NO DIRT THESE ARE SOME OFTHE AD VANTAGES IN USING THE PERFECTIONtWICK FLAME OIL COOKSTOVE Oeriptlv C4reul fawritEvry dl r vrywhr nrtt ancy ntoTHE STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated a EEIi IiShirts t Collars and Ties 1 Biggest Line Ever Broughtt to Crab Orchard i tame1 L LLSANDERS I Crab Orchard Kentucky J I11 1 SPRUCES cleaner onlhe giving our- ylumbingis d x ifIy 4 WARNER 1 tStanford 1 Ii Actual CostAll COOL Where SUMMER WHEN YOUR CHANCE For A BARGAIN onlyiSee 1- 1GEO a II FARRIS CHOOSING A WHIP Is an easy matter here We have every style for every use ont at about any price The only whip you cannot get here Is a poor ono We have none of that Kind Our whips are only a sample ot our harness nnd all kinds of horse vgoods Youll had l whipsland equally moderate in price J C McCLARY Stanford Ky new up todato sayles this Sum Not a shopworn job in the house Come earlyand get the choice DANVILLE H KY BLUE r CHOLERA KiLLsDont destructive of all infectious diseases get a grip on your flock A few drops of BOURBON POULTRY CURE in the water cures and prevents Cholera Llmberncck Reef and other txiiting form of disease and put fowls in prime condition for egg Isytng One SOc bottle makes 12 ooBon of medicine Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this on hand When thedlgcsllonlsalnfgbt thb action of tho bowels regular thero lea natural craving and relish for food When this Is lacking you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They serengthen the organs Im prove the appetite and regulate the bowels Sold by Pennys Drug Store FARM SALE AT AUCTION 7EAs administrator ot the estato of B M Swope deceased I will on the premised about 2 12 miles west Bryantsville on the Fishers For- road on WEDNESDAY AUG 3f 1910 sell to the highest and best bidder tho following property towlt The fine Blue Grass farm of 25 2 acres located near Bryantsville Th e r place is In a high state of cuUvatlon finely well watered well fenced and Is a farm that has few II I any equals In the Blue Grass coun try This farm must be sold so that the ofcn be divided among the heirs The Me will begin prompt ly at 10 a m Terms will be made known on day of sale Also at tht same time and place the following ad ditlonal property will be sold at auc lion G shares ot stock In he bank of Bryantsville 10 head ot sheep tour I steers 10 milch cows 2 heifers one bull 1 bay mule 1 lol ot hogs 1 bay I mare 1 spotted pony 1 bay horso 1 I gray mule 5 calves 1 fiveyearold horse 1 spring wagon 1 farm wagon harrow wheat drill harrows plows and numerous other farming Imple monte one rubber tire buggy anC harness one piano and piano player household and kitchen furniture another articles too numerous to men tion R K SWOPE Aimr oi D M Swope Deceased Col I M Dunn For His Sake- My husband begged me to take Card ui writes Mat WaverlyVagreed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to- bed until It wore off bu- tnowI am all right seT ka Asa Bought digestive Improved proceeds Auctioneer CARDUI I The Womans Tonic wilthelphelped others who were in the same fix as you medicinea womenBeing gentle vegetable ingredi perfectlyhannless aftereffects Cardul can be relied upon to help you Try Jt today At all druggists e 0 wilt I I SURREYS HAS WAGONS I FARMERS DEPARTMENTI Hemp harves condition W A Trlbblo For SollcA well Improved farm ot 20 acres near Alt Salem household and kitchen furniture stock ane tanning tools p JI VYoodaon Mt Salons Ky 4j JJ T G Brent tells us that ho receiv ed 4 12 cents lor the itlnb cattle ho sold recently Instead of 1 cents as was stated last week For Sale 3D4acro farm about 7 mlle from Stanford 100 acres of line bottom land as good as you can find In Lincoln county Tbo upland is good The while farm in well fenced and never falling water there being two good cisterns at the door a 9 room dwelling two tenant houses two stock barns and now tobacco barn 96x36 2 corn cribs granary Ico house buggy house etc Will sell at a bargain in the next 60 days Owners reason for veiling Is bad health For further particulars see W 1M Mccarty or L R Hughes Dave Rankin sold a nice bunch of 36 heavy export cattle to Stearns Co at 7o per pound They averaged about 1 425 each and were a fine lot For Sale Perfectly gentle childs pony not afraid of anything even n whip Will sell cheap or trade for a pair of shoo strings good coon don or a muzzle loading shot gun W P Klncaldy Stanford 514 COOK FARMS FIRST ANNUAL SALE Friday September 13th Greatest event of the kind ever maredAll registered Catalogues now ready Every one of these tenets should be kept In Kentucky J F COOK 6 CO 618 Lexington Ky TURNPIKE CONTRACT The undersigned committee of the Lincoln county Fiscal court will on Aug 31st 1910 at 1 oclock p m open sealed bids for 50 rods of gravel or stone to be spread on the Kings Moun tain and Duncan pike 10 rods to be spread beginning at John McKees line and ending where the top dressing on said pike now ends at places to be designed by the turnpike supervisor or by Squire J A Singleton and 40 rods to be spread on the bed rocks beginning at or near Mrs Sims farm this 40 rods to be spread solid 6 Inches thick and eight foot wide Prospective contractors will state In their bids whether the stone Is to be crushed by hand or machine and from what placo or places the atone Ito be gotten Crpahed stone to be of a size that will go through a two inch ring If tunnel rock Is to be used to bo broken sufficient to go through a three inch ring Bids will be received for gravel crushed stone or stone from tunnel dumpsAll bids to bo sent sealed to U B Cooper Clerk Stanford Ky J A Singleton end W S Burcb Com mlttee HB Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER Or All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mar WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Hens 9tOc Eggs 14l5c Springers 10llc Turkeys l213g Ducks per Ib 7gc Roosters per Jb 5 5Kc Hides per lb 7c Feathers 1540cl Ginseng per Ib5001Yell-ow Root per lb5151x5LI- ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR HRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the pnbllo with the best as welt aitbefreibettot eat nower planti of all kinds bulbi potted Ooweri on short notice Also make a ipeclaltjr of wreath for for funeral purposes In connection with the ahoye I have all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable PrlCOHBI8TMAN GREEN HOUfiBS ED IBOH- Btanftrd Kr Spring Summer Stock Bave yoar measure tfittert by a tailor of ex p baslnehualultclothe wbetbera tow prlee flaet evtBtu otkMYwtll have that IndlTldtwlltrnxl at wbloh plainly Indicate they were made to yout weasare I will also take your mess Ore extra trousers fancy vests top noels and orerooftH Sprlaiand qamrati s 11111 oit baad ready for your Inipoction- H 0 RUFLXT The Tailor satorcSpt 0- a AT COST I Clearance Sale Of Clothing Oxfords Straw Ir Hats Odd Pants SUITS HATS 25 Suits at 1883 5350 Hats at 2e8 2250 Suits at1598 3 Hats It22820 Suits 1It1398 2JO Hits It7818 Suits at 1198 2 Hats atit15 SuitIt 998 uo Hats at1191240 Suits at 898 1 Hate ati7110 Suits at 5 898 5 0 Suits at 308PANTS at548OXFORDSpats at 441 w 4 Oxfords at329 5 pant at 3gg 350 Oxford Pants at 2H300 Oxfords t2791t50 Pants at 2a 230 Oxfords it 3 Rantj t221200 Oxfords at 6s2JSO Pants athg1S- AM w ROBINSON Stanford Kyttree River Camp Meeting AT JUMBO FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY KY WILL BE HELD ON AUGUST 26 to SEPT 5 10I BYJREV GHAS D TILLMAN THE WORLDWIDE KNOWN SINGER AND EVANGELIST OF ATLANTA GEORGIA t Others will assist la the meeting This help for our meeting Is the beet that can be had for a revival or a great camp meeting and ky the grace of God we expect have the bet meeting we have ever had Accommodtlons Wo furnish rooms or tents for those who wlk to stay in the grounds But occupant will please bring i wish to buy or rent a tent please apply 10 days before meeting beglaJA dining hall and lunch stand will be run for tho benefit of the pooploIPurpose this meeting Is run for th positive salvation of lost humanity and not a big time gathering place We propose to run tho meeting order ly and not allow drinking or any mis behavior We want that men flee the wrath to como and prepare tomeet God We believe In and preach v holiness of heart and life but our meeting Is clear of fanaticism and the f doctrine that we hold Is the one that saves men and keeps them lavedIrevealed In our Inward and outward life Are you coming Be sure to como rent you a tent or build you a cot tsA and stay all through the ineeUn you wjllnever regret IL address 1raakpecUully Yours l Clarence J Sipple Sec London Ky wWHEN UNCLE SAM BUILDS he Is peculiar to thetokind of building material to b4 used follow his exaraptP and insist on hav Ing our lime cement sand etc In your contracts Then many glorious Fourths will paasA before you need spend any more money dn your build- Ing J AiJALLEH StMfikd Ky J f Ma FINE FARM FOR Located t the BtB ora and ieaheJm pUto coBtalalng 138 12 otf = welt watered one huadred acres grass 60 acres for wheat ThU produces fine tobayc9 corn and wheat t A fine young orchard cf one kykdred bearing fruit trees a modem sew six room house cistern at door cellar and all necesary outbuildings two iaaaBt houses large barn new silo freeaaatl delivery three hundred yarda to school 1 12 mllea to eaten thufeh VIIi mike termcj0asy W F rrtflhon i Stanford KyM Box 41Phoae 8 ring W Hided For the next 20 days we Kill sell our tobacco hogsheads et mill ax Lie each We alto have eorae fine white and brown leghorn cockerels for sale Kings Mountain Planiaf t Ml 8iloUBta 4 l