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The Stanford interior journal: June 13, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911061301_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: June 13, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "' , W'.fJWPWWWWPPPW'E Hi li I'liimifpu, -- i ! VOLUME XXXVIII. No 40 The STANFORb Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY JUNE 13 1911 EVERY TUE8DAY AND FRIDAY. V rW J V T t -4 X.T f. ft-- , V -- wlc px,r,imo nervous strain to. Big Damages INTERESTING LETTER THIS COUNTY INSTRUCTS which thf tnnnnger of n tournament' la subject we nro not going to rrlt-- ' FROM JAS. McKECHNIE FOR R, W. KEENON FROM SPRINGFIELD tlzo harshly but make u bnre state- AWARDED MISS ACKERMAN BY LIKE HOT CAKES JURY IN COURT HERE ment of facts. It 'was suggested by new HEAD OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Rome prior to the tournament thut Mls Kutnlln Arkcrman, of McKIn WRITTEN FROM SEA WHILE EN- - DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENHandsome SEVtRAL TION HELD HERE HUMES TO DE BUILT IN HU8- SCHOOL SH0W8 HE IS SMALL Judges be chosen njitsldn of Spring-Held- . ncj, was. awarded $7,ri00 damages by MONDAY ROUTE TO QUAINT OLD court POTATO 3TANFORD WINS THOSE WHO TONVILLE ALSO In n few couch this wns done. a Jury In tl"j Lincoln circuit ENDORSES SCOTLAND. N. U. &. 1 Inst week agnlnst the C. MANY MEDALS. UOUCHT. We do not charge dishorn ty on the FOR Hnllrond Company Sim wns strut I over Although subjected to tho most mi part or the Judges, hut being person i nil Injured by a switch engine while Interior Journal: crowd On0 of the lawn seen lit Hustomltlo, attended dm lot Inlr treatment thnthns ever been giv- nl fi lends of tho one who selected crossing tl tracks at McKinney. I have already advised you of my Circuit court has neen tuny this sale, Sntunlny afternoon w lien forty-thre- en to a vIsltlnR dclcKntlon, tho Sinn-for- them, human nature will nsscrt Lincoln county will be found votweek with civil enses and a number observation up till the hour I got on ing solidly building lots, most of ttiom nice llluli School pupils carried of against Hilly Klalr when f nnd mcf o attention will bo call hni(t been cleared oft Douglns the docket. board this magnificent ship at 'J a. lying on Danville nvenue, three-daytournathe honors In the the Second district railroad convenrecord for in, Wednesday, May 'Jlth.. nnil Childress nvenues were so'd un- ment hold Inst Wednesday, Thursday cd to friends of iinynne that to strung-rrs- . Judge Walker has made der the humiirr ti the highest bid and Friday, nt Sprlnglleld, coming No one was consulted as to the rapid trnnsictlon of legal busiAt 10 o'cock a. m., we had made US tion Is calcil to order In Louisville by ders. The mle, wai conducted miles, had a nice breakfast, got some next Wednesday.. character of innnv of thn examlna- - ness nnd receiving mnny comp At th0 county conhomo with tho brilliant record ot upon the dispatch Oilier A Taylor, n real "tnte " n.rl mcddls. seven second jillzcs auditions nnd points to he considered in with which he handles his and cne Scotch porrldgo and milk, Kentuclt-Inn- s vention held .Monday afternoon at the acres couiti. (Ihrgow, whobought 7 No differ would call It mush, some of 131 polnts.nenrly declatnnllnn nnd mimic fish courthouse Instructions FnorinK total were given II il. Iognn. of Crnb Ormnl was called Klndon lladdle, land from I' M llnck, nnd cut '; thnt Is a kind as many oh nny other school etitlatlon wn s mutlo between orntloti, Inln IinlldlnK. lots something which In the ball name Wedliesdny. iir!tlocIamntlon monologue or reading Riven Judgmetu ngnlnst tho Kenturky- of llsh which is very popular In for the ten delegates from Lincoln to nr Imdly needed In the progressive boys defeated Hnrdstoun 10 to I! In flip particular kind of oxnmllnatlon. ilrowers Insurance Cominny for 12,- Scot nnd, some marmalade, this Is n vote for Hodman W. Kcenon, of metropolis of the Went End of the n clean game. The Nerion boys nreiuo part, or texts to lie coveteu ny ouu on n policy on his hotel which Scot'h Jam. tho llrst I have seen In County Attorney of Mercer. county. They pnld I2P0 an acre for n gentlemenlr set, but were outenssj ronic nnd time to be rIvcii each were burned nbout a year ago 1 j vears or since I left Scotland jo Mr. Kecnon Is one of the ben known 11k court gave peremptory instruc I8'i7, It tnsted good to me. Fold the loth from cd. the property anil On Thurn'.ny, Stanford wept dictated by Springfield regardless of tlons In law.r of the Cincinnati. New ? II In 1122, netting them li nice profit bark on the dlamcnd to ptay Spring the opinions of visitor. Our family lh n large one, there young democrats In this section of Three railroad arc over three thousand souls on the State. He married Miss Nell on their work nnd Investment by Springfield Oileang nnd Texas 1'arlllc Held for the pennnlit, nnd tight men- - ringers were plnjed ngnlnst In a suit lirough' A number nt handsome tinuiiM are tho dirty work begnn The umplremen nnd theso were "Jocho" Calvin, comiwnv II. Padgett, of the Wayne board, men women nnd children, it AdamB of llustonvlllo, and hat nl- to Im bu'lt on the now addition wns stialRht In every ilecidon nnd pitcher, Itlch-irSpalding, takes X.'O hands to run this ship, wnyg actively supported second it Iiy II candidates? .lame., Yon el' will put up u lions.. Im- Stanford has no complaint to make of baseman and Walter lloyally, third Iiuik rectlon for the killing of two thlt looks big, joii will all siy, well hog was ntlectcd bv the mediately nnd several otheri will him. but n cinwd ot hoodluniH con-nrker These were, classed an Ir hugv. One InstiVctions nnd Juries It Is big, It Is n big ship There nro from Lincoln whenever they sought nwny to build, A tree lot wan Riven SKI men who do nothing but shovel votes In Mercer. II0 It splendidly tlnuul y ran out on the held, Inter, regulnr students when tho rule of the i.ercmptorv thn ono holding the lucky numebr, (erriiiR with Slanlord and townrd the tournament provided Hint only lion a liMind lor tht ral road company in the coa and there are 32 men who do qualified for the ofTlco and If ho wIiib, ! ............... were ciigiuiu In any con capea rf the other two. ......... ..... .. .. ...... . . w.i.im. "- n - won liv n member of the . nothing but run the engines. Tho will make an excellent Haliroad Com. ,,,,.. inl oi in( gaino wnpn .nine reimy nue mniieins a verdict Jury l.tbertr Hand which macio "jUlri,w , Wnteni nt third to catch a tast. So member ol Stanlord's Ila'l of Athe I.. returnedrailroad In In favor passengers consist of every nstlonal missioner, & S. the suit !ty. Wo all seem like klnfolks, we lie sol.. U Hie occasion, j tiililicr. o.ie of the Sirlnglleld spec- - Team can !,. classed ns any other brought agnlnst It liv S- - "' Owslev . to Mr llncK tor tcrw-ir- d Chul'inan Oeorgo L. Penny called put our trust in the Lord nnd love tn Ult, ll(, in, ,cked the than regular. Koch member having Tor S.u.oop damages tor injuries made li ns fol ball, rnn even complete list ot sales our enemies if we have nny. When the convention to order at ono o'clock but this would not hnie been In school lor more than two to have been Biistnlncd b the there is nothing ulgnt the continually at that, "Ilr V. J. Childress, two lots JIU'J prevented Waters fyoin putting the- year,, passed andSchool Tournament, plalntliT. In which nn nnu va. brok- nnd water It IsInInclinedonly mnku sky l'pon motion of Col. James Guest, us secondud by S. M. to runner out lor the ball bounced to- It, wns n lllirli en Owens, Snulro 1). sold to Sam l.usk that ward Hrll. and Is nil feel like brothers, the llrst bate the and nnother NotwItM landing this fact n pupil who The court throw out of court nn over and It; has been a rough, davwet II Adanm wns elected chairman v'enlng at the ame ngure wimmIIuiii HprinRllcltl feeing llmt has been nrllng nH sub lntrurlor In peieaiptnry Instructions the suit of Ud each v !!,! Inn lots. i College was ndmitted In the M wns player be Caldwi-sure to his acalnat O. A. Walters da although no storm, no one sen nnd Shelton M. Saufley, secretary of Jus Yowell, two lots J1J2 each, and,,..., . ,..o.l ....... the bull out of contest m rinno. i ;iis Is not ipenk-Th- and tl. Murphy King's l.ountaln, on n sick, yet as far ns 1 know I hnvo not the convention. Tho rollowlng reso.. I.., Imtll .Air. ll.'ICK llli'"", t- t others ol ne uiMiKi!..1 " crowd than ing derogatorllv of Cnldweil College Kiiitract concerning tho building of st.en anything along this highway lutions, Introduced by V II. Water's reach. 1 im i.1-Shnnki that looks :ike It did 44 yean ago , mr iney i ..,. vim were iiirueii. . j rusneii in neiween iniru nase nun pll e In thnt section. In these Information mntter ii I'ertmptnrv Inrtructlons were rlv-- when I last trave'.leu It, Becking my and seconded by Rowan Saufley, ... t Li M..nn .It tnis - tit JS7 hme mid Waters was thus prevent-LTh,- . voluntarilj- - given liv citizens of In a freo country, only the Mere unanimously adapted: V.S and one nt ed from throwing to I'enny to Htoplwn Irr Onrland S'ngleton ir. two cases fortune 0; . ... . We dn mil rharce rti. nealnkt the Louisville Tin fc btove lid Atlantic, she Is Juht the same but Sninrnl ilium ilnrlni? ihn Slirlnuheld. Hesolved, 1 We, the Democrats r.n IOIS I I tKT MOSt OI tile , , . til. ..v ... .... ....l I ...... I..... .11 In ... ...... r. Iha attorney'. to far has learned how to behave of Lincoln county In mass convention l,.1'l ,1... .1 sireei. .""e PI'lVIIIII'in ,ill.l .H- - 1J,,llll..ftll. " ilu.ru.. t5prlnglleld,1i ,;.rrnil .... con Company to recover or herself it... r i...J ..r.nw.rlv oil Mnin t2oo citizens, hut Ken with this dirty (treatment. assembled, endorse the candldicy lee r.nd costs. l James Thursday meaning, ilay 26th. I was the Hon James D. JlcCreary ror of , ,R,j Springfield only won :i to 2 nnd It n- - sldcmblo chicanery nnd doube deal i N'oviml other civil cases were to quired 10 Inning, to do It then. A Ing were Indulged In. We ik iy now be tried before court adjourned this uislurbed Just now by n news boy H believing Tirker two lots nt J00 each, number of the best citizens of Spilng ever thnt an open promln0 was madi who Is selling the Cunard Dally good government that all ly lovers of u.'.?MeUiniiPi- - fvo lots nt '! week. wilt ra to his 111. I....I,, n.l,,.lll,l ,,, ir,,f lr..lu,iil lr rpnlnv Ihp fnr llio rlinliiiilnti llullctin, published on board this all Democrats of pa.t dlttor-ence- s magnificent cents per copv. esich. who fell th0 oulrageMu'eiily, that his ship and the action retcended tint aw' J Cnnipbtjll 4 lots nt $7C in party can get together cf course I bought one. I consider anu elect the team had been mistreated. t'nhln night G. L. Penny mm by 111.1 llnck one lot at $50 and one 'pilliclp.il The citizens of Spilngtleld. where it just as essentia n.i it Is for a Iwl.- - omit irlinn In the largest of the High School, having .. .ro ' citizen of Stnnford to subscribe for ' "Jung ,,' f'h can .. "- ;;:""'--- " r. .'.j "' Wm. Norm, iwo ois ni '" redeem REFE- the Interior Journal, for that is all PHARMACY 'two lot nt $67.M rnrlu, tho pime over on Friday, evidently, tnln' d'orv our thanks for their APPOINTED the State from renuhllcnn ,.. ...... mlsrnlo ,,, . nn- kind consldorntlon nnd iij mi lioepitalttv REE FOR LINCOLN COUNTY W thinking thnt Stanford would b iwsieu. lliv' - r i,.i. I'oh rtl nt xirKinni'V . two lots ...... .... I ,.. ,..,1,. 111 r"lu "TV i.l " i '.vile and self are Just delighted with ..it. III t I.Mvn ff.tlil Iill liu ll.ir.. nvur... mi lt '0V" on n firm financial Pla?e if UIVU lff nilj tit....... II.1.1VB In (')' I tvtir till 'J l basis, m. pay Hiiti; flouting In the other Hon for this feature NotwlthBtnnd- - The State Hoard of Pharmacy lias our ship. It is just nn Ml'ss Kllen I'owers, two lots at $t days and tako part the dent, return tha floating palace, Inthletle eveiiti too; but he reckoned ing some reports to Hi,, contrary, no adopted the referee and photograph mense in- 'State .41, ' Kentucky to ,that condition nut rnmiiV,, nn, , . of our .. large with out his past for Slanlord ae- - .rudeness was Indulged In by our bo-- a system to prevent "phony examina- speaking .fc nl -.. - ....,.', ...... 111 ., .. , , mit,. ,...n,,ia ....l, iivtuianiiuin nil the reied iiulck ns a Hash, and thought nor violence by the others hut as tions by applicants for ccrtilicates to of three thosand, win say there ii ... -iicgmiiiiiK w nil reglPtf-e- d many people who entertained our practice n pharmacies nre only thiee colored people In tho will be prouder of j..ra until that night. Thursday, thnt tbev tlfen they rural null ,?.cY.fven examination 13 meant ciowd, so 5011 will see it Is not Hke are Kentucklans. the fact ould play on Friday. It wai thls,boyR said, n more gentlemnnlv and Iv "phony . route of 24 mtc.. lenv-ladlike of pupl s never vNIiihI, where one innn who Is able to stand, mi exclusion from Stanford or Luv cf that kept Stanford from Keiolved. 2 -- That tallowing be in wilary ol tluO 1"' wl, "0 , ! Ing too, I1umcll.1t.dy alter th- - bad Springfield. The tournament will ),..' the evamlnntlon, taking the examlna- - caster to Cincinnati with colored pe selected as delegntcithe and alternates e ........ We nre running nbout 28 miles to said Louisville 111 year, nut un- - ilon In nnother man's nnme. ami 01 1110 aiterniMtn, ma me nexi be- trentmeiil convention nnd Isian hour, have already gained 40 they be nnd are hereby Instructedthnt Xc, Those ,u! Mu,e;,d pr.nc..de of tlu. SprlngneH oss rule, a.e made nnd enforeH Ina the certificate to tho man who ntto This fraud wh ,.. th, lllimlior fcl'IIO-l- l Sei'lHH llltll- - w.ln llll IMlh hiihh ........... , ..in inn nun minu'es In time since we left New vote as a unit on all nuetlonR that iwil "' in.' ininpetent. li creafe In proportion delivering ork-on the hoard last jear ami ne:i we got to l'ltlsmirg, v.-e'ii fuiui the above st.itiiiiiit w,i.h lu "iir tentu. look water himself nnd ,pr(,.p Knlll' CJ, their of ml es irnveliMl In on the train we had gained an hour'"n"J nn l vvillled bv one id th the man who tried It was cunvl-te- d InstrurtT to lot'o no gnnie wns jilnjiil. Its very evl? mail. Thl . Inirens wllll be the trlrdnow; thdeht.thut Col In knew bis earn had. ' nunlls mid teiilirrH n. nitemiod ,.nd lined ,100. The new rule adopted (',. at this .ate I would like for Mr. ofMecr one grant i..i the enrrlerH since I'ju:' not won the p..itnant fairly or be esldes some of Springfield's V.ming liv the board provides that a referee Singleton or ono of his deputies !,..,,.,. r. 1. tn-.- i !Lp'mrtmr.". ".. e?Ullll IhhI In ..lwoiild not have tried to ease i guilty cltlens that Stnnford has loit nilth shall he appointed In each county nnd to let me know by wltelo s telcgra is long ss III name may be befoie prnc pay how much time g will have said convention. High Sobcd anv applicant tor a certificate to by to play the;er tho champkinsblp JRlMii.rryear Thl. wns . Increased to i.u.sclen.e ....v .me-ln. .,...- - ... . ..... ,.w vi.rvll.THt Ilall. tinr.nwt it, t mmru nn thn tlce as a pharmacist tnubt have his gained when we reach our destlna- It lu n !. l),l 1)11. v Tnmoa l ' oiiposln nor Im.i the work of nhotrgrnph taken and have the rere- - tlon. This la a lion tit mi day. I am l.. N Casn J vv Moorc M R xorrn- :,'"" te.ini. evident that ue umleiestltnatfd the, JW.0 the school riMim pint en iinv other 'lee fioin hi- - countv endorse tho plio - tiylnc to write a few ilne to the In Dr. C M. Thompson, G. I.. Penny calibre of the Stanford bovs. ns he high order tocrnph as "(). K." before the board terlor Jouinnl to lot our friends know Shelton M. Saufley, (. D. Weather-ford- . .1 Morgan may called before tin flguied that our team would have to 'ban of l we him W K. Perkins, W. It. Singleton. lnvesllBHIing tiec ine linn "e wuuiu mun iuiu in " ..........., will examine Penny has been appoint - ;that doing have not wirgottenthethem. 'I HlHISn ,,vtwl Tlilit library Ueorge L. am this writing In Hut alas and. Alternates Wnller McKinney. T Committee to tell what bo knows ot cake mid mnnnoni t.-After the ironil saw the Stannnd ed referee lu I Incoln county nnd J. 'and leading .room while .Mrs. lie- - I. Hill. Jr.. R. II. Coffev. J I). Swope, wnn r.i..et and he combine. .Tttl- .lack. til. band Keclinle Is doing her morning Jobs IJ. il. Woods, S. M. Owens. T. W ,.. ... ."L'.. ol,..the. ,im ..if. .el- 'thnt showed . yellow . streak v so louily team pl.o ball, the tnsnnu'er or In..., K Siormoa In C.arrard. the . I lltll.tllirt .. II1I4' tllVIl 1.1 lli f(l "" ir - fnttt flulf.l the Is not feeding the ducka although Pennington, W II. Shanks. W. S. 11111. mills divided lillsllieHi liefor 'he Clin eriiniHieu ;n tengiii unci V..-- . 11 iu'.ks uie 11 wiiiuu ue u vwi-GLAD HE'S BACK HOME, I".11"! Iiurch Corporation was whl.h cimcennir of opinion es'l-,- ley catcher Mik- - l'eniiv. pitcher Will! Mr. el StatMi.. Steel ......1 1. ..1 ! lilbrv and first . J. H. Hout, the well known and tir them as there li lots of water. i!.,. I....... t.. mn fr.,111 liu. rnmii of his , & Thursday, May 25th. noon. We of nyu,-- popular grocery clerk tit Durham t irly In the orle ev that thienis hv Mr C.imegle 'ind kinky head to the mle of his cloven miles since vesten'av teiiig dizzy, hut It Is a right for the I'pi plays during Cl.au- Cccl s has piirchaeed nti interest m have made ompnled the lormaUoi. ot the cor-- ' ree' n,nr,, ,vit. cmnth bend to swim or you would sonr ot .vr, .ias. ..nnn early part ol Jnlv. H tun mercantile imsincrs Our bovs thinking llicrv would be taumi. In Mrs McKechnU, feeling dizzy "rown in thls pond. V og rising ngaln did not uiKUrtake to keep Is likely thnt the boys will accept. In c.ish at Tuniersvllle In Lincoln conn sea. nn iml thn fin whistle is at work, ns we lunelnKin ' game of I'rlduv that place lu u ''Id not en ""liv OJnn HariH ty and will move into anyone nnd 'He (Mith -- ni Penooi-- t Is great - ibenif- - ves In ecndu.on andonwent In tbe and Sprlngfle d hetween p'avr.J short wlilnto maketo his future home. they ca'l It on thc ship. ff am feeling don't want I .Mri'aitv lVldav, town v immiiv-- i: by changing Irom It oir to track uthletlcs to win. bave rellgl ous ser th-- t e did not nurt tncm- clerk nnd nas to..d. then rei ev.--al team and He l a i huh vice, at 10:30 a. in., so yen will see lilnuket four to six pt.lnmn nasi to morn ng. They iook - nrsi nieuais somo many friends during his resi- bow up u luncheon. , mac tney no not iorget to no humiUe Sversl nther "ilehtv giiod t'tr we and two seconds, iMtcr this "trt-n- out of four tinuxi up, got ono three made fine music by tho orchestra. the cate. know of could Iv grmtly Improved ' -- mu work th.ev were completely ex ' sacker nnd one lor two bases. Of Mc tl... n la pnlllnv a lltll.. rnuh nnn. to tre One wha takes care of tbeiii on noon that Pror live runs that nardstown got " '"sttxl It was high bv fol wlnc stilt COURT. rourth of the feat. aro vacnt 'n th"! t,'?..tl.?',)a m LINCOLN CIPCUIT cam,, to Prol Ireland and of-- I'nrty made one lilmsell nnd hN three Services over, stand dlnlnf. rvrm nl H.O annnnr tnhln In1 t..r.wi i.. ii r,.r th. II..I1I1IIIH ns if nn iinggor bronrht In the other three ing at a have often th" second cabin. Mrs. McKehnie triedroom advisepTemlum. BHHUMftTiSM HufftmnV Heirs. been p.ayed, but Prof. Ire runs, tie bases "being full whon he Mrs. had to a way to have the table, .she Fajr Pl.tiitin jtt'll absent from Mud out or regard for his team iiu - smashed the ball. llrethren attend church, especially at fli,. il'S not know what vvould make Hubble, Ky., Notice of Sale. s. Now they t lined at this late hour. (Kureka). I have found onvnnp ilck, everything being so good CURED HY THE MARVfL OF THE nay 0T eTANn FOR CALEP Mrs Daisy Huftn.an'R Heirs. that their men were In COULD it. Just get them out in CENTtirv n P 1 TFST . nine condition, but Stanford had jilnv Defendanta. and line.. POWERS. in iihr,r- - ,t s .. m mi and let thoni realize that tho Al ED FOR 30 YEARS. l two ihvs In Biiccesslen and Spilng1 Pi rsuant to ., bidgineut 'enderrd 10 Scotch and Irl.h song8 In- - 'nlP'"' b"r them in the hoJow- of his IV H sn'd tn th" nt tho Keriiln" his I'lotnl".- - thnt In ruse in the above stvled i , Held on v on,, game ter'pered with and ,mrd "nd uey would go rain or 'shlno recitations Aol'ii? bi'iiri, wi!ien Joins, pe;-- credit of mnny good citU"nH the- - d'd l, 1'mvers wnj, chosen bv ti. Up term, 1911, of tho aforesaid court, the '' "H rellL-livservice Is uniienllv cm 'd fi:ouart the tdood ol the treatment S'nn mihllcnns ot tho Eleventh dlstr'et to endei signed cominltsloiier, will on speeches moning, Ma 26th fl"t I nVe over attended thnt I Friday' To' 'ord ,iiiirr-Verv vvltti prre IIo'tiv Tl lnsredli-i.t- . r,,relve.l Tho following Is llt rome ert lh"in In Concress thnt ho Kildiy, Juno 2:1. 1911, nt "':30 o'clock the ' me "' "' ,JP.U prove ! i wi the tog "" !'' "OM n peopl Andrew n. mi In front or tha court rou6 roirgv until noon, blowing unnl.l lenv,. the dNtrlct had a nice service con-n' rf th., nvvnids and Stanford 8mple Treatment Free whlrtle everv two minutes, tag o ks'-n- . la. d (' the"i. of .Mcklftidy. !' novel ,eo u Sfnfori ''''v.. sell at public re -a Preshvtor. ;1,lcU',11 under the Lngllsh se-- t II vpu have bone pains, sciutlca or or FIRST PRIZES .to Su'ltvan lnd where he Intends outer) to the nlgf7et ncd best bid- calm, weather awr- tint out tuon, Ce- - a dispensation. The minister rend i.'inittpe pa'ns up and down lh0 ler. could be all rei-esof his dnvs srctx'inir tho der the following described leal "" nn, somrtlnies the congrega. bHck or shoulder bhdus, swolol rhnlra vacant at The. statement was miide bsforo tate. A cettnln tract ol lnnd In the sired, In concert, so a. TriRoMnctry i.ester OTIannon. noon. Mis McKechnle. tlon read n .rvnf1 nranrhop good render len Jplnts or swollen mucles, dlfll-. . . ... Ky titnrii tlm II nn wnittil ho Hop- - the election ft Povors nnd when Pow eastern subuibor Stan'ord, n..l.l .......... Second Year Herman Joseph nltnoiign sne u irmind so you tuvo full y In ers vn ennseu as uougrcssman in Uuipileil on the no- th bv Ho land oi ore or the and promises to be on just turn to"v. right page and keep tho l crntcMp' to Iiniirovlng thin or kni P r. f lii district, Jnckson mndo S. .1. Kmurv en the I land hand for surper. bv tho Kngllsh Utcrature- -tt ii. no prayed lor King ueorgn, of p Moore. and burns; shifting jiulr. skin Tendv to leave his native State, or n. Il Denbnm; on the south by tho Higher Algebrn Joe Hill. f. .. ... II... f,i,,llt. .nnra rn.,.nllA,l phi Mil .ritli, lumliMgo, gout Ihv turnpike; Mrs. McKechlne on hnnd and ntelcft 'ia 'ner Kln88 nnd Preslden! Knglsh Hlirtorjltabert Carter. Stnnlonl mil Ctnb Or'rnrd I.inlp Illnod Halm '(D. D. B. which re FAINT LICK Mill Ut. le Hoverntlient-S- al t Ivll and on the wert by the lands ot I It iiAnttPv K ii in ttio nirhpstra nn.l ii.iivi. i.von svmntnni liecans D. B. Sundny noon, Mny 2Sth. Luncheon Puwel. Mrs. K. C, Helm's heir, and v..n nm, iirir, fnr n rnn. the Stanfnul nnd Lnneitter turnpike ntt Saturdav night the proreedH to) announced and on enteilng the ill- Ing nxMn tho first thing that caugnt coiitninlng 35 noen of land. Widows and Or. vo to Hie Sillo-!Vf Terms: Th,. said propel t will bo In ns Hr-vsighted only our eyo were the rnnks on the tvdes 't''e. of old en -- Marv t Kllmbotli Mc nnd two the dishes '"i-wliero It Is ni'edcd ind In this i creil't rf r"x months, and hren vessel i since leaving New to koeposs dispatch Irom eliding off ns rho", Klnnoy and Mary Moore llaney. friends o mourn her , wire from the coa't of i!u mi.xlics'-- r will be recul'ed to rive York. msMnH a pcrtac lasting cure of we eth 'iOtul tor tl P'ircliase irlce, with Mr. nnd Mrs. John Smith Chorus Hoys nnd Olrls. Mny f 271b Ireland predicted n squnl:,nt 4 p. m., Saturday morning, matlsni In nil Its fonns. M. guests of II. U. Stowa nnd family last McCnrty and John TeM.ls-W- m. nT'iilf nppioved by tho Com- Rtvii'M'iil morning, a rlre calm se-i- , however wo have not struck It neithB. b. ha, made thousands ot missioner. The Fald Ijimd bclr.r runn'ng a little head, wind llowln er li.ii It hit us but of course we have nters. rures nl ihciimntUm alter nil ottierill. dnmagel e.ra.f "nvnb'e t'i the CommlMUM.er, boar-itii v wrn.l.e- - I. .s Slngletrm . Mlljt 'or, cntlieilng at 9 a in bid tn blow cur went Iter evo open. ...edlclnes. liniment, nnd doctor, mv- c- llelny-Wal- 'tice Suni'iiy k ii, m. Concert of sacred Harris, nnd Htiinll r,iln bsdji. lr per cent ililurest noiii ilnt" the tag hotn not ":urh sen slckr.e-- t. lulled express. or cure. 1)UI'U(1ISTS I'nuy. Woslov Hmbry and h I r lllnnio nt It vvas a bar f tn'e. with leu iidnlneil on the lind on iwrd row VI PKlt IMMK IIOT-- I foleman. Mr or by MeKeehnlt. not m,",'1" j hi, and so well' this morning. sUer. Mn. Maty (.nbbaid. last to secure the pn.v ment Coleman. nieotlnR and Shot Put-Hl;v e ng TLK SKNT FHKK bv writing Blcoo At noon we Hammer Throw Hnrrls Coleman. week. c, .he nl I ltul to I we tbe sumo tarc iad tinvelled ASd miles In 2'1 hours, Ing." Cod Do With You Till We Mol Bilm Co., Atlanta, Ca. .... here I ed- - Imve l.urno.1 'I oba,-Jump -- Wnlltro High Hunning '.'"t ttoiUde and free 'mTdlcal advico'ntv. mile nn hour since Arnln." which wai vety Imprcsslvo '! eiYert ot a 'jvlgtrent. This June iveriiL-liia.e planting and people Singleton. (th. t'JU. ,,n. Sold by Shugani and Tanner. loft Xew York, as vve are over ut'cniise wo will never pll meet ngalr Ilrond J ump Wnllnco ground In coin. . 1,.1 lul.tllt' Running Ueo. D I'oienie. M. V. L. C. C. ealf way across, , ? are looking as overy ntlon Is represented, nnr1 I' ll..nlr.nr Id, VI. wl'l be Bcnttored tn every iM'nt of the 4ft S '. I.l ...I.. ....'.-- ll'r" ' Ashley Arno'd has nnounccd ns a Singleton ftn- trr tho olhpr I Ide, (?. II Unhbanr Sim'.ist Jump Wnllare' lsltorj ut Standing Ilrond Ship compass lo morrow Snttird.lv night, Mav 2Tth. cnmtld.ite for the democratic noti n. Monday morning, V.iy 21)th. Weath , t.nv SECOND PRIZES running very nl"e and iiinklmr Tho IKI KLAIR IOOK' lion lor Sheriff in (Jarrard. Flunk OJ'itcher of IliKkcMtlc Phyilolog- v- nna n.ivlnMcllnbort hend wnv, wB saw t vessel In the dis- er beautl'iil, sea nlmost ns cilm I ns P wiwtls are getting full of candidates u; un Hingieion visuen um.uivi-Physlca' tleog.-Mavtance an hour ago she was wh.1t the' Usli pond, ovcrybcslv reniB ve nnc over there. it oiv Will., Cnlilinul nnd family. Wiv'er nrft'v .lf KlFlr bis won en I mi oil fillip, I supp'so the Stand bappv, as wo are notified to hnvo si Cicero Harris Coleman. ffr lt'lirfd ('"'jnls- aril Oil Co., owns her. VnnWinkle nnd family, Towsiy rial the noiiitTiiH'-Hopper. Virgil Joseph lieavv bnggage roady to go ashore by ' "'. sn Loulvllle IF I HAD ECZEMA V this will lu the "'s S. HI lory Muyire Slneleton family nil took dinner at the Tn' dinner. BMldes d Saturday nlsht, S:!'0. A concert In tl a m., FnuikPii, Sc.nt, li.. hn Spring last Sunday and Iml n Jellght landing, pnsrongers get otf at Pish Srot Put Thomrv tVleninn J'd wash It nwny wllla Hint mild rootli-in- s wb'ch thn dining room of econd cln's cabn eunrd, for London, Knglund, then f Wiwn oid. nd Curoll courPes tul time. l"0 Yd Dash Harris Coleman p. m.. consisting D Trial bottlo, 25c. liquid. D. Mr. and Mrs, Hiaudlick of Indiana lv( hltu 1S' voto. lust ri sbct o i from S::i0 till nours morp sailing tnko, us to Liver Totnl Prlies 29. ' grnnd-- I eiiougn to win. i t ii win ' ""' of tholr Ihavo been the r.ue pool. Eng nnd where wo dlembarl: liollovea all kind of skin tioubles, VM "7. Total Points po'ogit on. tiairord Instruct ,rnn for KdlnburKli lather, Charlie linker, the past week rleanslng nwny tho impurities nnd woud not be a dlsctodit tQ Stanford n.m,tak,e d tar Herd ' ' ? clwnrinB up tho comploxlpri 'sh nothor nnv other lorgi cltv the benedle-- , THE TOURNAMENT. Judgo P. H. Iirk, of Paducah. wlir tlon. "Auld ling Syne" sung by Ml.w" b V'r V6" ,n?u.,nUfct """J ing e'so can. tn.. tar t'nited hiatiej Large crowds nre atodiiis the Sunday 2Stn 'isbore Thnt thn iipcmL. mav know tho true'rouglit Indorhou'e Mny mornlnc. Yes. It I hal tiny klna of skin tiou-M44 tn a until. nf nrrnirs nnd without anv Senator, has announced tha he is 'tt a tilt breeVo; Oth, Just city vears nsguw dny since . ( pud a splendid rovlval . ht . D. Bhugais and ot Scotland loft the I'D USE' D. D. nnrlv blttcrnefs, an explanation of tin of the nice and wil not outer the cadi senlce wemj nb- ured. James McKechnle. ' 'roady for breakfa-t- , a few MIU Tanner Stafford, Kjr. event In deemed necessary. Ilcallr- Democratic Stato primary, July l flrk. Mrs. McKechnle complains of NICE LOTS GO IfTT DIRTY DEAL uLl ',1R FEDERAL INSPECTOR HERE LAST WEEK MAKES TOUR OF FINDS LITTLE AMONG COUNIY INFECTION STOCK, ANL e s fc i Federal Inspector, II. O. Moore with headquarlcrg nt Krnnkfort, wm here Friday and Saturday and with County Live Stock Inspector, Wedioe llalley, mado n tour of tho county nnd found stock In general In good condition. The sheep of tho county are remarkably free from ticks, scabies, etc., he reports. Mr, Moore snokn very highly ot tho work of Mr Hallov in giving to tho farmers tho dlicc-tlon- s by which stock can bo kept In good shnpp and of 'his endeavors to ice that the law governing the shipment of sheep Is enforced. There la Mr. Mooro reports a disinclination on the lnrt of many farmers to dip thel"" great value making sheep stron? nnd lc39 liable to dlseaie nnd give them greater power to resist attacks In . sheep, which ho snys would be ot phould nn epidemic occur. 1 LANCASTER Ilon. Ollle James, cnndldalo for thn Democrat Is nomination for V. S. Senator, spoke here Friday nfternoon, and fjiends of the Congressman claim that there has not been gathered hero in 'the Courthouie for years Mich a crowd to hear an aspirant for democratic nomination, nor hrti thorn been such a unanimity of opinion among Garrard democrats. Tho popular Congressman was fvree andout spoken in regard to public men and measures, and was given a great ovation. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Clay Sutton gavd a ! o'clock dinner at their pretty suburban home in honor of Dr. IL A. Halves, of (Jeorgetown nnd Mr, C. M. Jenkins and daughter!, Misses Marga-ge- t and Award Kny Jenkins. Mrs. A. M. Schoo'lleld, of Korman. Ark., submitted to an operation at the Lancaster Hospital and It is hoped she will soon be cntliety recovered. T. .!., son of W. A. Pflce, met with a painful accident while playing ball with a number of his companions He was struck iu the face with thc bat which made a wound deep enough to reiiuiro several stitches to be taken by a physician. Dcnjamln Pol'ard and Miss Ollio Speaks, both ot this county, were united In marriage at the Ilartlst parsonage, the Rov. O. P. Rush officiating. Tho young roiipio loft nt once for their future heme in the State of llllnios. Iloyston, Mr. and Mrs. Claude O visitors here from Chicago, havo been th0 recipients of a number of social functions. .Mr. and Mrs. Ed. C. Gaines gave a sumptuous course dinner In their honor. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Robinson, of Mnrksbury also extended Kentucky hospitality to thorn by n course dinner nnd the ladles of Hill Court give theTu nn enjoyabla picnic in Mrs. II. P. Walter'-- i yard The City Council is making won dcrful Inprovements In the roads nnd crossings on the vnrlous streets of the town. The white gravel Is belnrt it ed a"nd then rolled, making fie .noadg as nica as some In the cities. The Council Is to bo compllmentert nnd praised for this good won. Mrs. George M. Patterson who has been nn Invalid for a. number of with ears pa&t, being afflicted for locomotor ataxia, left Sunday tne c'rab Orchard Sanitarium, for n tny jinA her many friends months hope the recuperative rest will prove (pilte l.enehclnl. Mrs. Pattle D. Gl I suffered a slight ttitike ol paralysis. For awhile she wa unconscious but In a lew hour rallied and Is now able to set up nnd her friend hope for her ultimate recovery. e Mrs. Fred P. Frisblo gave a nnnlversnry. fi o'clock dinner., the honor guest bclg Mrs. Percy No'imd. of Senttlo, Washington. Mr . Nolsnd was ono of Mrs. Krlsblo's maids of honor at her wedding It years nita. Tho dinner served nn imitating and table presented bolng artistically decorated. seen by Mls'i Edna Mason was "al home " to a number of friend, In honor of her euest. 'Miss Willie Logdon, of Junction City V. A. Lear, shipped 2 carloads ot lambs to the city markPt the nast week, ono Tuesday tho other Wednes day. S. L. Ijiwson shipped a carload of mar-rhgs ,.,"'.... ,, e ...'.. - lllfiiJi. "!,''' ' ""'""' '" ,,, ,, -- ..i, .,..,,. 11 1 r" (!o-crn- or, 1" i"t '- to L" ";; '"' !.n..l... "7: 1 . Kt-- t. ie. tint tt I ,Z ' ": 1 r' 'j lZZlm ' "'" J 1. ;'.... .,",,, iiv ;rH.r I ,.- ) 1 - m-i- mniin giv-jpl- - - for-Sn- 1 ,!Kn r.. ,- -' .. w-- i Pir'l!nfl-.tllflf- . .".. -- ... 1 iirt-iun- 1 -- .'.,.. d bl'-ems- - 1 o. r - mi ni wlde-n-wnk- I ","t "' 1 ,ti rnld-occn- M-i- "i ' (i ", l n-- cte-ire- j- - t oe-foutt- h iiii-m- eit is. , a"i.srvr,s1,",,K' is n,.or n.-e- "-- ; s-I rf? ":h ad , per-fii.- il s. ... arris tht-ico- i '"''"ls c'wl ,...... t.u", g - " ro'' me 1 r'-rie- l. 10-4- t- td mi"" ;'?""V ., ":" bought IS. 200 pound hogs of C A Robinson nt H 4ft nnd a bunch of hogil Pi"nlt Thompson t "i& cents per pound. Miss Js'crn Heed. Cnllta'nli I ihe guest of .Ms Murgsret and nna Ksv lenklns. Mr- J. 11. (lulloy is lu I ex'ng'ni, ljltlpg her daughter. Mrs. Ik Dunn Mis VntHo P. Frls.hU hn ret' rnd to Mr. and Mr V O 'm) a Price of Danville Airs. J W. Accv. ot Stanford Ims ip n n recent riieft o' her parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hughes. s Mrs. V. S. Klkln, of Attint. called here by tho t'.ne of her kl ter. 'r8. Pattlo I) Gl I. Mi. Alice Lu k o' l,iiFto"vl'ln, vlslftd Mr. P'mma Knufftuan nil'' Jam-lite- r thu past week. Margntiet Mivnt I lu Stan Miss rent for a visit to friends. Iambi Friday. V, A. Lear bought 65 Jaiobs of L. N. llrown at 6 cents: ot A. II Pounv, VI nt 0 bunch eirli of Mrs. lolm "snndcrs. I. I. Wenren ind In 'wniio nt r.i.s, cent'i per pound. He I iit I- w-- ii "? "'; nomi. ...-rv- on - - and scoring the present syttem I 'uls ii. llrnndcls spuks o" work Ingmon'a In urnnce at Hie N'nt 'filial Conerence of Charltlns ard Corw-tloIn Hoiton. mlvncntlng Inmnuice ldtiKtrial ' ilyHl,"T.''l"' H 'ff ""! 'T T? -- j, .m lt The LviERioR Established Journal. 187k Solvit Prablim of Rrnumatism (few Kenedy Produces "Alias Jimmy Valentine" 5jgA SHELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher 1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE At Htan-ford sulta With Every Form and dition of Rheumatism. Startling Be Con- Entered at the postottlco na second class mall. For Circuit Judge. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A. HARDIN, HON. CHAIl...-.of Mercer County candidacy for Representative from Lincoln county, subject ta the action ot the Democratic party. GOVERNMENT AID FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wllllnm It. Shanks announce hit. Bheomatlim TmtmeaL "I can actually feel the rheumatism lielng driven out of my body," In tho frequent statement made by rheuma-tlisufferers who hnvo experience! the unique, ilellKhtful effects of tlio remedy After 30 years of exhaustive teato. during which It has cured permanently, in a few weeks terrific chronic cases m Km Features Uskniwv Hsrtufors la Any ' $" IsBBBBBBBBBPHt' "YBBmShfflBV Comfortable Clothes These sweltering days call for comfortable clothes and we know of no way better than judicious buying of goods for the season. Today our house and shelves are full of the most comfortable things the markets afford. 1 mJktWmmmWmmtmii MffM'r iltBksiLwfjjiBisiLsBtsBBPVLH V5"' YamVU B . ftfilL fflessWsssssssssssssssM fJEM 'wrjVilK VssaJsV 1 A tf FOR ROADS SBBBKIMSlLSBBBBHBS'isSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV! Tho United States has spent hundreds ot millions In Cuba, I'orto ltlco and the I'hllllplnes, In constructing roads and even railroads and bridges, while tho amount which has been, and will yet bo spent for the Panama Canal, will stagger computation. If half of this immense sum had been used In the construction of high, ways, In tho various States, how much greater tho bonollt would b to tho people of this country, who have supplied the money for these vnst If Improvements In foreign lands. the goverrooht had the right, under th0 constitution to apply Us revenue to these gigantic cnterprUe, why has It not tho power to apply a like amount in building roads and bridges, in tho various States: Hundreds of millions have been s spent In widening and deepening bays, on our seaborder. This and Is right, because these baya and harbors are the highways of commerce. But are not the roads In the States, also the highways of commerce? To improve these bays and harbors, increases our commerce; but If tka road are constructed and Improved, will this not benefit our commerce except tratnc also? Is nothing that moved in ships or on railroads, entitled to be called commerce? Before the railroads were iuI t a large part of the traffic of the .country passed over the highways. If these roads were made better, and others built, b large part of thlj traffic would be still moved over them to market. Kentucky is bubbling with enthusiasm for good roads. Why cannot our Senators and Representatives stop the tedious and unprofitable discussion about Lorimer and other kindred topics, long enough to present a bill which wl'l authorize aid to roads in the States? The government aidB schools and colleges, and has given vast quantities or tho public lands to great railroads in the past? It has built great dams to water the lands of the west. It has locked and dammed many rivers, in aid of the commerce of the States. Why cannot it aid the building of the country, where there arc no rivers? Tho vast majority of the people do not live on or even near enough to the harbors, bays, or rivers to be locally benelltted by their Improvement The rivers bays and hroors are highways for commerce, and so are turnpikes. If the one can be lmpovsd by the government, why may not the other? Gentlemen of the Senate and House ot Representatives, (especially from Kentucky,) we are looking and. waiting to hear from you. You can all speak at once, if you desire, but he who speaks llrst and more effectlvo ly, will do more to earn his salery and with it, the lasting gratitude of dur people than any man who has ever represented Kentucky In the Congress of the United States. har-bor- BfH mmmmsm '' W ' vz'wmjmk "O LAD TO KNOW TOU, kill. DOYLE. tVSK SBBBBM of .rheumatism ease, powerful action Is given In every carton. at your druggist's at 11.00 Get a bottle. If you are satisfied with it. aa tou will be. get ( bottles for 15.00, and get rid of your affliction. If your druggist can not supply you. It will be sent on receipt of pries by the Medicine. Co.. 171 Lincoln Ave, 111. The fln boStts win aaivlnee very sufferer. Recommended and Sold By SHUGARS & TANNER. Stanford, Ky. cni-eac- o. as easily as fresh, new seems now destined to tak tbe place of avery other treatment known for rheumatism, lumbago, gout and neuralgia. has the unlquo feature of producing certain symptoms which demonstrate to the lafrorer that the urlo ncld depo.lt. are Twin lurely eliminated. Is absolutely free from opiates or dangerous drugs, another welcome feature. Furthermore, It Is guaranteed absolutely as to results. N. Y at C J.aa "D-M--rBriar, 414 Reeaeetrr,for ate. weadera Tat Inside st 9 4ars I was rar4 of a fenr-yeRcr. J. J. rbeaautlaav" IloKfra, ( Warsaw, J. Y, aayai "D-M-- V la a vreaaerfal reatear. It eared aae In few weeks f raraaatln. I had far Are years Buy a bottle today and be convinced of Its remarkable effects. Full explaunique, safe and nation of ar mWKWmWmWi'm:Umm Novelized by 10 M r. vWTinmm BlpHH Frederick H From tbe Great W&9JM BltlH by Play IByHllH PAUL H H ffH jH 9sBb Continued TOOMBS "NsBBPSBBBBBBsr bb.bibs Auodatioa VALENTLNE, WARDEN HANDLER AND B0SE LANX. from Inst week confi- lH HIB ARMSTRONG Osyrliht. American Preit by ERI HB WBmm MflHB BjfB "Nothing can scparato' us," dently. "Let that be our prayer to all the codi. Hut this I want you to remem- berfrom my soul I love you. Now Sho klsed her hand and waved It toward, blm as she went out of the door. "Goodby, Itose." He stood a moment; then, taking down tbe telephone receiver, ho said Into tho mouthpiece: "Hello. All right. Send the gentleman In." After a pause: "What? He's gono Into Mr. Lane's ofllco?" The telephone receiver fell to tho desk with a crash. Doyle gono Into the office of Mr. Lane. Rose's father! Here was a new complication, a new danYOSEMITE ger, ono which Jimmy Valentino had ehr "Exnrtlv what do you ineanT' nsked Frank Mobley ana Cleo Thomas, not Included In his calculations. Well, Valentino indignantly, rising as ho ot McKinney, were pleasant callers come what may, he must face the situ- spoke. ation. In thls town Sunday. "Come on. Jimmy, not with me. Crit Dilllon and wire, of McKin-noy- . "Miss Taylor Miss Mabel." be called, Sorry to tear you away from so soft a Tom Al'cn and wife, ot Liberty, taking up the receiver and asking for place, but tbo state of Massachusetts visited Mrs. Robert McWhorter Sun- the "central" of tho bank's prlrato wonts yon." day. exchange, "give me Mr. Lane's office. "From the occasional words of intelTho two little sons of Mrs. Mary Hello, Mr. Lane. Oh, now regarding ligible English you speak from time Wilson, of Somerset, wefe visiting he--Ob. tbut Germond note, be says that to time." retorted Valentine easily. "I Mrs. Iwjva Coffey last week. you are coming Into my ofllco now gather that you imagine I am a per(J P Oarned bought the property with a Mr. Doyle? All right. I'll be son named Jimmy." His words were owned by Sam Owsley. Tom Ilransom in now occupying here. Very well. Goodby." accompanied by the most aggravating The receiver clattered Into its wont- of smiles. the new post office Marshal McWhorter Its clerking for ed position on the hook, and Jimmy The now thoroughly lrntc detective Jason Coffey. Valentine stood at his desk awaiting Tho opening at tre Golden Dawn tbe arrival ot Rose Lane's father and bent toward tbe assistant cashier and peered intently at him. will not be all day Thursday but Detective George Doyle. "Imagine imagine! Well. Isn't It afternoon and night. funny that I should Imagine your "Uncle"' Leslie Cannon" of this CHAPTER, XIV. left first of the week to spend naino to be Jimmy?" the summer with his son K. M. CarFTER a few moments Valen- "It Is. Indeed." suavely. "As a matman at Llmon, Col. Casey County tine again glanced at tbe ter of curiosity, might I ask Jimmy's sec-tlon- so." hind him and Valentine was alone with Georgo Doyle. "Well. I'll be blowcd!" ejaculated Doyle, turning again to tho nsslstant cashier. "Xou're la pretty sweet here, aren't you?" pointing to tho tray. "I really didn't expect to flml you here In the daytime." "Why?" perplexedly. "Ob. I thought yon'd dnck when you got my wire." "Wire? Oh. did you send that telegram?" "Yes. Jimmy." "Jimmy? What's the Men? I don't follow you" "Oh. you don't know, eh?" nngrlly "Got tho old boy Lane stalling for you. and you're going pretty strong, who called ou me today? No, not Mr. Doyle; he's here now. Cronln. thnt's It. Thank you." lie hung up the rehe added. ceiver. "He "Cronln." came in here a short time ago to negotiate a loan." "Cronln." gasped Doyle. "So he's token n new mounter, loo. has he? And he cittno to negotiate a loan from Well. If Banker Jimmy Valentine! that isn't rich! I do wish Warden Handler could be bere today to hear ou pull off this little stunt. I always lold him you were too good for tbe safe breaking game. Yon ought to be an actor or a United States senator You're wasting your time In this bust ness." "I appreciate your compliments, but I really quite fail to understand you." Valentine spoko sharply. "Your atti tude Is trying my patience. Mr. Doyle. I am a very busy man. with large responsibilities, aud as this conversation is entirely frivolous frivolous. I lay I must regret to fully Inform you (hst I must continue on my day's work." He nodded toward the tray ot currency. "Believe me. 1 am perfectly willing to do what any citizen snould do to help apprehend a criminal, but I fou recall tho name ot tbe last mnn Low Shoes for Men and Women, Neglige Shirts with Collars Attached and Detached, Mohair Suits, Serge and Alpaca coats. Wash Trousers, Straw hats, Gauze hose, invisible suspenders etc. You can be comfortable if you buy the right goods. Look at what we have . '? -- i V 'I'' must ask you" "Oh. b- -l. Valentine, I do you think I've lost my eyesight? You're Jimmy Valentine, and that was BUI Avery who called on you. guessed be knew H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. where you were and bad him watched, and tbe first trip he made I followed him. Now, cut It out and declare yourself. Do you come, or do I get requisition papers and take you?" His manner became as threatening as his words. To be Continued LOUISVILLE LAWYER DENLY. DIES SUD- New. SOUTHERN RAILROAD Low Excursion Fares SUNDAY SUNDAY JUNE 18th Louisville, Georgetown, tion. Lawrenceburg Harrods-burg- , Sheibyvll'-and Versailles and intermediate stations in each direc- Lexington, between Danville 91.50 between Lexington, Danville, Georgetown and Louisville for the round trip, tickets llm-to- d to return on date olsale. Proportionately low rates between Intermediate points. any Southern Hallway Consult Agent or write H. C. King, C. T. A., Lexington, Ky., A. It. Cook, 1), P. A.. Louisville, Ky., J. C. Beam, Jr., A. O P. A., Mo. LIGHTNING KILlG FEW. In JUUC lightning killed only K'J people In this whole country. One's chances of death by lightning are less than two In a million. The chance of death from liver, kidney or stomach trouble Is vastly greater, but not A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET would show the. box. of. Bucklen's If Electric Bitters be used, as Robert Arnica Salvo that E. S. Loper, a car Madden, of West Burlington, la,, proved. Four doctors gave him up after penter, or Marille, N. Y.. always I have nover had a cut, wound, eight months or suffering from virubruHe, or sore It would not soon lent liver trouble and yellow Jaundice. heal," he writes. Greatest healer of Ho wag then completely cured by burns, boils, scalds, cnapped hands Electric Bitters. They're tbe best stomach, liver, norvo and kidney remand lips, fovcTsores, ecsema corns and piles, 25c at edy and blood purifier on earth. Oniy 50c at Penny's Drug tore. I'ennyV Drug tore. Aid-rich car-lies- ." The country press want's to make tho nomination, and election of Peter Lee Atherton as a member of the Evidently unanimous. Legis'auro Mr. Atherton has some warm friends among the newspaper fraternity. Argus In Louisville Herald. Tho lntr1or Journal's portion ot the country press does not. While Mr. Atherton lg undoubtedly a splnn-digentleman and well qualified to hold a legislative or any other such position of honor, w0 do not believe represenUe wou'd make the sort of tative With an eye single to the best interests of the people. We were on the ground at the legislative session ot 19C-- and Mr. Atherton was one of tho very busiest lobbyists there, who were seeking to defeat the plan of Uov. Beckham to place an equitables gallon tax upon tho whiskey recti-Herof the State, sir Atnerton In the legislature would be, to our or nilnd. very much like Cannon for the In Congress. They are interests and not for the peop.e. d Brodhead Fair THIS YEAR TTO BE BEST EXHL BITION HELD YET. Hlatt cashier of the Citizens wtTs Hank of Brodhead, here for short visit to J. W. Hutcheson last Friday and shaking hands with bti many friend. In this city. Mr. Hlatt says that the Brodhead Fair thlsyeop promises to be tho biggest nnd best exhibition ever held at this progressive little city In the East Knd. Granville Oweni is preEldnt, Dr. W. U. Graverly, Vice president, J. Thomas Cherry, Secretary and Mr. Hlatt, Treasurer, wtich Is a list of officer! bard to bent anywhere. The dates selected for the fair arc August 17, A. M. IS nnd 19. group. Next he opened a drawer at his left and took out a square green book with the legend "Scrap Book" in fancy green letters on Its cover. ne placed the volume In a drawer at tbe right of his desk and on top of It laid several other books taken frop another drawer. He slammed the drawer shut, straightened himself and walked across tbe office to the tsble on which was laid tbe tray of gold, silver aud greenbacks. "I'm going to bent you. Mr. Doyle!" he said fiercely, half aloud. "I'm going to beat you. and I'm going to make you like K." He seated blmelf before the tray and began counting the money as the foldoor opened to admit Mr. lowed by Detective Doyle. Valentine looked up. "Mr. Randall." Itcgan Rose's father, "this Is Mr. Doyle, n detective, who has been nuking me some questions about you that I feel you can better I photograph of the dinner Doyle found it difficult to control bis temper. "Well, west Is the other nsme?" Valentino responded with tbe utmost coolness: "Tou mistake me for a Mr. Valentine." "Jimmy Valentine, tbe very name, and you nre Jimmy Valentine, and I want you." snarled tbe detective. "Now, Is it coino along or requisition?" "Oh. I'm to be arrested for this Jim-mValentine, am I? The last time I wat mistaken for blm I was only embarrassed by having a tough on tbe street in Chicago claim my acquaintance. You are really amusing. Mr. Doyle." The nsslstaut cashier chuckled softly. "So that's your game, eh?' answer." "No game that I can see." "Indeed?" looking at Doyle. "What "1 suppose you are going to deny Is the name?" Valentine nsked Innothat BUI Avery called on you today?" cently. Doyle watched the other Intently to His attitude made Doyle snort wltb noto tbe effect of this shot But Valanger. entine .was entirely equal to the occa"Doyle." the detective grunted im- sion patiently, staring at the man he bad "I do not know your friend BUI. Mr. known as No. 12S0. Doyle." positively. Valentine roe and shook hsDd with "No," exnsperatedly. "Then a roan Doyle. "Glad to know you. Mr. with Iron gray hair, wearing a top bat Doyle." and carrying a cane, did not get off a He seaied himself lefore the tray train hero today and come straight "Well, what can I do tor you?' he here?" asked. "It Is not possible for mo to know The defective's mouth gaped open, how tho men get hero who call on me. ne glared at the smoothly speaking. Such a man as you describe, however, before did call on me. But that man's name Indifferently acting He crossed to his desk, blm. then nt tbe tray containing thou- was er er" sands of dollars In bills and coin. paused, glanced perplexedly at Doyle Valentine went on counting the money and then rescbed to tbe telephone. "I forgot for the moment, but they is unconcernedly as though playing Hello! Do a game of Jackstrawa with Bobby or likely will know outside. y Norton L. Golusmlth, one of the best known attorneys at the Ixmlf vllle bar, died suddenly at his home there, Thursday. Mr. Goldsmith's death came without tho slightest warning to his friends and hl8 family and almost no Mr. preparation for the sad event. Goldsmith was In court all tho da; uetore ami lie punt several nours on the goir links at tbe Standard Club that afternoon. He arose apparently in good Out was ttrlckcu shortly afterwards other name?" He "I'll give you Just one guess." point-edi- by an acute pain In the side. grew rapidly worse and died within every effort upon bour8 despite "That's exceedingly kind of you. but two part ot the attending physicians the ibis same experience having happened to resuscitate him. before I will likely guesi It." He settled back comfortably In bis chair. "Well, what do you think of that?" Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When , ! SHE COT WHAT SHE WANTED This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but it Paid Chicago, 111. "I suffered from a and stomach trouble, weakness your physician has pre scribed a medicine for you to take, the next important strp is to have that prescription placed in tho hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly ns directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking in our compounding nnd feel that, in all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription htre. Here, too, you will find n complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky i mim "i u and I went to tho storo to get a bottle of J.ydla K. l'ink-ham- 's Kitty. "What can you do?" exploded Doyle. "Tou can do nine years for" "Tou will excuse me," Interrupted Mr. Lane, stepping toward tbe door. "I have no Interest In tbe conversation. I am sure. And. Mr. Doyle." be said pointedly to tbe bewildered detective. "I want you to thoroughly understand that I bare every confidence In Mr. Randall, as also have all tbe other' directors." Tbe door closed b- 04imh, In his cnargo to the Federal gnrnd at Chattanooga, Judge Edward T. Stanford declared that u continual violation ot the law against Illicit Jni;v g struck at the very fudament-aof liberty and respect for law. Night riding, lynching and other forms of tawlossnoss were named as s ot the following in tbe bootlegger and Illicit distiller. foot-step- Compound, but tho clerk did not want to let mo have it--lie Wsaid it was no pood and wanted me to try something jjsssssESWfTnir else, but knowing nil about it 1 insisted and finally got it. and I am so glad I did, for It has cured me. "I know of so many cases where women have been cured byLyilla E. link-ham- 's Vegetable Compound that I can DON'T BE TOO QENEROU8. say to every suffering woman If that with the cement, llmo, etc., you get medicine does not help ber, there Is from us. Itemeraber Mat all our build nothing that will." Mrs. Janetzki, lng materials are mucn strongsr than 2003 Arch St., Chicago, 111. tho ordinary and you can therefore This Is the age of substitution, and use less than ordinary quantities. If women who want n cure should Insist you llko we'll tell you Just how to ntvon Lyilla E. llnkham'a Vegetable mix them to get the best results at Compound just as this woman aid. and tho least cost. Come in and ask us. not accept something else on which tho J. A ALLEN, Stintwti, Ky. druggist can make a littlo more profit. "Women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffering from any of those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not loso sight Waarelnpoiltlontodonll klDdi of cod i of tho fact that for thirty years eretlng, lucb nt 11 lock Work. 1'avvmenll E. I'inkltam's Vegetable- Comiwund, knd. In tact, we can make any thing Irom fxnee poit. We which is made from roots and herbs, boniedown toa and guarantee oan lervt flnt-olahas been tho standard remedy for fe-- 1 too promptly work and material. (Jail and get our prloei male ills. In almost every community i tstore you buy your material at leait. you will tlnd women who have been I restored to health by Lydia E. link- - j ham's Vegetable Compound. Stanford, Ky. Vegetable We Want aV Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, EGGS, ICE, COAL, WOOL, HIDES, FUR8, SALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. X ) H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. Spring Suitings My new spring uud summer samples are now ready for your inspection. They comprise tho best on the market I can suit anyone as to price who had bis clothes tnadn tt order. A suit made to your jneasute Is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to. measure doesn't cost any inoro than ready made when quality and fit la considered. Come ,n an(1 let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, The Sfactlcal Tailor. CONCRETING ii - W PHILLIPS BROS., rrt ISSM'WM !, m ' A I'SlUll lllHiMKdHl ,,.wrt.it - JA).w.. iiai l't .!''. .lill T,.liy tf ITS ON OUR REMNANT COUNTER f. a ill I That short length of Woolen Goods, Ginghams, Linens, Calico, Percal, White Goods, Lawns, Ribbon Curtain Drapery, you have been needing. The price is about one-halI v u H C? PERSONAL and SOCIAL M U. citi n I'I-I- Mm f i I. hero .rn J Molt of Croli Oirlmrd, to Imr ilntiKlitiT, Krlm IihihIiiii C llltielinrt Mr. I) M WnlkiT ami rhllilnii licr imri'iilH, Mr nml Mr n J. I'iirIi hoiim In VanrcliufK i, fl fr drou . oir to Hliplliyvllli riitirsdi) In make n aliort lr. ami Mm. Will Bowniiice In liU visit at rnr Imr ) f T. '4 old homo. Mi. Mftttlo V Klrli) In In D.invlllo to Npcnd oernl wi'ckk with IrlrntU nml roliitlvi-n- . Mm. J (lny Million, of (Ire) town. Ohio.. In tho Kiii'nt of her patcnta, Mr the Utli annual convention of mid Mrs. Meek. While In Sunday Schools. W. &. Flh represents J.ily tie Jump M Sanlley wn hero Hntur the West they wll visit " number ol and strongest Insurance compamei. ir:milllc, other Interettlng places dny nml funilny, from 34 if keep yu prottsteJ. Tenn, with hln mother nml iitfu'i Margaret nnd J'aullno Let him Misses irlnlhcH. returned from Tran I'nif J W Iri'land of Stimford. llocker limnUnlviiiHtty Lexington Itnlloy Hill ruld the old to!) pull wai inlfifillnn lth hid horn of friends. Olvniiln wltvro they ntU'iidod chKil pioporty on the Dnuvllle pIKe wiileii Itupulill-innlioro Monday - llnrrodslnirj; Mr .1 II. Wolford. or Cincinnati, he rennKlelod and converted Into a Mrs . handsome dwelling, to rVnnk Smith. M Intra Vera Totteti mid Snlllo llur spent Monday with his sitter About 1 acres ol ground went wltn yattirday for lUclmiond. (!. Mcllee cletlo, left vvna private but Mill they Mrs. K. S (Jrlllln and Mrs Jnmea the pneo. The price tnkc n aiumuer wImth to hnve been In the :r titidorstcud In the N'onnnn School Kchoe. ol ltmv tng tireeii, are neighborhood catira of $1,500. M'ji, Roberta U'llannnn went up to ituos's of the latter h slater. Mr . T iWlnjftfln county Snlunlny to bo one D New land, Jr See The National Troubadour nt l Hoyle coun'v, the brldcmalila at the nynrrlnRo ol Thin. Mclloatli. i Tuesday Vcr friend MIm Until l'utmnn to Mr I'i visiting Ms Inther and mother In Walton's Op a iiivise, night, June Hum. Jtnlph Osborne city. Most evcrlody In Somnr-e- t Ibis Tlie best or Home Tnbnt shows at Mr.. J W. Acey, wns tho recent knows Mr Mclleath as he was puest of her parents Mr. and Mrs tor several years one of the most Wnlton's Opera l!oiiic, June HOth William IIiirIiis In (Itirranl substantial business men or the cltv N W Fowle has purctiacd a Jiow It 0. Meniley, of Stanford wan tho Ho now owns a farm of over two or hln hundred ucret of lllue (Irass land and garollne engine, grist, mill nnd jueat dnrlnK the Street ttilr prepared to grind ti.ustn Mlssrs Mildred and Virginia sas bo likes farming better than the cnifchcr and lh now public any hour many or crush for the llonrley. Lancaster Iteronl Ilia mercantile burlnesn. 1'hnmns llrlaht has returned from frienda wish him n' large measure or i.i t his oftlcP nt Itowl.ind. Washington nnd l.ec rnlverslty, Vir- success In his tunning untitle n STARTS MUCH TROUBLE. ginia, where he carried off the honors crset llopunllcan. If all people knew that neglect of He posn"H'B a fine of his class. Mr K K Tribble Is nt Llixlr digestion, yellow Jaundice or vim ent mind and applies himself dlllRuntly Spring tor a few days stay Miss Del they would soon tnke to hlg studies. county. Is liver trouble II). A Helm, of Lincoln Mrs SnrAh Stewart, of I'ost Hlrk-ma- visiting her lister, Mrs. O J. d FAMOUS DOCTOR'S and Rrandson. Master Htowart Mr and Mrs W P Totnlin rhllpi, of Wllmoie, are guest,, of Mrs ton hnve been recent visitors In StanPRESCRIPTION. y.irah Curtis, near I'rcnchemllle MIhs Letltia Warren lett Mi a ford llev P J I'lnkerton. of Lexington. day for Winchester to visit her sis lll IicrIu n protracted mectlrc at ter. MrK Luclen lleckner Mrs lllrd. the (loshen Christian Church, assist who hna been vMtlnir Mr nnd Mrs rd by the pastor, Hev. J IJ Living W (ilvens. has returned to ner ton. Il.in mile In (.lilckushu, Oklahoma. V (I McKlnney, cf MontROtuery, vll o Meshenger Aln , formerly from Stanford. ho la well konn In the rnllroml cirGOLDEN DAWN SPRINGS cle Is vlsltlnp relatives nt K.ilrvlew .Mr McKlnney and Inlnt Lick. Ky I n Sotitrern writer, and Ix contem-plating- At the opening of Oolden Dawn wtHIiir n hook some day In Sptlngs at YoHcinltu, Thursdny, Juno th, there wero about 100 people the near future lincnster Ilecord night IbbbbbbubbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT n roriner pastor present In the afttrttoon nnd Ibbbbbbb. .v v Itev S M lBB here and a brother Of the present Supper wns served to JI5 guests ti.mil rendered n Tim pastor la holding I mating at the good oelcitlon of mitstr nnd rocelved Presbyterian church thli News fine compainents yin ti eir pinynp Mr Jnum liwhom, the proprietor. tvih.k- - in iimnk- - thn ti.itrnns and guests for their presence nt the opcii- J" i W Ing and irotn present inuiranons will b on., of tho most popular re- I aorta In th.. rnnnlrv The MrKill- - mM,k,m 1 ncy Hand will glvo another conceit i at the same place In the near tuture OF STOMAL "and d.ie notice wll be given of time Inter-nation- 'I he Woman p Ininroveinetit Club will meet Vtednesday at I ir"lo k In lli(. c lib room Mlwes Nell and Josupliltin Wnrren returned homo Sunday from ''RVe SprlnRa, (In. Wood, of Danville, Mrs W hna been lsltlm; her mother. Mrs , Lynn. Mrs. John Mount, ol Ijinras-terhiu also been the guest of Mis. Lynn. t Mis, I'liulim I) Hooker, of (his by her grnnd place, accompanied father Mr. A. It. Penny nml aunt of (Inrrnd Duncan, Muttle Mr left todny for San Krnncloo, to nttend SHORT LOCAL NEWS For Halo On I.incaster street, s vniil debility. Vi cents at I'orii I'arn, rlileppii I'rug Sloro. niom house nnd lot liuuse and cool house, etc All new SERVICE AUTOMOBILE (.'. C. (loocii. I'ricu right Clean, Itcllablc CnrH. I.'. 8 DAN ILLII MOTOH k I.LKCTUIC ( O ItHX COAL Is the borl for fooklng Danville, Ky. fctovci and eventually von will uhs It. Why not begin nml se wnal you HAIL For $1.50 per acre I will Inhave lost by not starting Mxiner? At against losi or DcnlmiiiH yards nt Stanford nnd (low- sure your tbacco 1i .. damage by hail. You ihou'J have It. land R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 16S. Wedding presents nt Mueller's cf New Lite IMiK nnd end It only safe wnv. Uest for bill ouyiiesn, headnclio, dypep).t', clil'"i H Its the t)r Kings KlHHBgHW B8MH8 KCiNRWBlBHIHHMlR JCMBBiaaNHBMHgKQiJiRHUMK8IBISBieM IIIIRBIHIIIE9JI aoation Time Is Drawing Nigh You Need Something In The Way of Baggage. i ott I'or Sale I will sell nt public nt'c lion nt 10 o'cock Friday, June 21, lit Irnnt of tli(. courthouse door In Stan lord a its Star piano, brand tiev, m. u Kplemlll Instrument. Tonus Ji. ensb. balance ill) a month nt (' l e. .1, Fold, Danville i "lit Interest K. l I. Chandler, Auctioneer 1 4'!-.'- guarantees Mlw itnmach tnblets or Indlges'lnn upset ' tomnch, dizziness. headache, biliousness, nlc,lt sweats and nervousness Largo box 50 cents. () I. Penny Ours is large, live Leateer Goods Department not an apology to fill . Uiwn mow bra, hose nnd sprinklers ut tleo. II. Karris'. n unused corner Matting Bags , and Suit Cases, special at $1.50. Cow Hide Bags and Suits Cases, C.iriiage painting, rubber tiring, nnd rehiring at prlcu ou can't beat nil) where. J. II. Ely, Junction City, Ky. 38-1- $5.00 up. Genuine Walrus Bags, "fjBBWi faaaQafSlol' I ' J. I), hteenbergens sells, builds, re ralrs and adjusts scales at rock not ora price.. See him for prices be.or buy. Address Crab Orchard, Kv Millinery n Trur-mon- (ircnt reductions on nil lints and J goods. Mis es Straub 4I-"- BK I xjijk Steamer Trunks, Tourist Trunks, Wardrobe Trunks, all kinds, sizes and prices. Agents NEVER-BREA- K $6.50 up. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured MP-- M API'MC VTIONS. ihr v ol th Ubrur. Catarrh la a blood or rouU-tuuotami la ordrr to eurr It you mutt uie l rcmnlii'n llallt Caiarrh cure u Ukro and acu dlrrrllr upon the n.ood and niufout urlana Hall Catarrh Cure K rot a quark medt-rti- v prracrilH-by tmti of th brat phpklaDt It ara and n a rrttular prrwrtpuon. ro thu rouniry tor tonlra known. tomblnl It t roropwl o lha with tne but blood punflrrv actlna dlrrrllr on the aureus atirfarfn. The prrtrct combination of the two inffrrdwiia M what trodurra rurh wonderful ltt In curme mlarrri. Sk1 Inr ttlnionul. Irre. t J LHI N'KV A CO . Propa.. Toledo. O. Fold by Pruzirhta. prke Tvc Take Hall t ami v "ilia lor ronatlpaUon. w,.h UK U lhr guar- dbaj. "wnaTBBBBrlBlBBBT, cfjs, anteed Trunks. it's free. Send for booklet, 1 m K. bt m&&mi. MBBBBBBWiLA The QUALITY in our leather goods is gauranteed and you'll find onr prices lower than elsewhere. GRAVES, COX & GO. Incorporated. ii i ONE. R0P or POULTRY CURE imm.j""' - ,is mm" VBVK.IB wm lore r Mil gjATARRH LEXINGTON, KY. Express paid for 100 miles on all purchases of $5 and over. !! tnnd date It'll BOURBON m Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 OETSY'S POINTERS: What baa become or too old fashioned cook ho hal some thing on tho stove that would no he done until Hut promptday after tomorrow? ness governs the day. H you waty up to date groceries you immediately think of Coffey & Coleman." Try a "never fall" Kerosene can for Ju days. If not the best you ever saw or used, bring it back and get your wo sell it. That's the COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery, Phone 196. jr uHir Jflumurirr For th trttmtat ol While Dltrrtioea In chicks sad lllackhead and olbtr illteaiei In turkera BOURBON POULTRY PREVENTS DISEASE CURE HAS 1 dowa the throat ol a (aplnc chlckan. dtitror" tbo worms and Ihechkl'llllt A taw drop In the tfrlnklnc wtltr caret and ttn THE LARGEST BANKING NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limbemeck. Roup, Canker, ttnwn am , WO EQUAL One 30c battle make 2 For Bnlo Hy aallona of medicine. i NEW STANFORD DRUG CO. for jtanawdlniakillhe bnl J Rmp Mat Kaua Drrut, DaiJaaww, Kr., aaru "I h oculirr inaVJr (aula, llcvrw lapwaadluwUratck vrahowllaiL l drarped dowa the Wlyl a lajaal drop ol Hear K ,nn Oaa ViUCookm. UnWwa. chickra Uk ike wane aad lelanM lha chick i eaaeu. Ill t the bat preetnara lUirrtB kHd. Ml., aid Coirimct. by J. RsbL Cramc, tUrdttewa, Ky. Price 50c it ill Dmgbts. avoi.o BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE S IANFORD,. KENTUCKY. vo ov, hooirir uiarrnoea ana an uiseases ui ruaury Nnu Xiork vy May 26, 191.1 As 'r At m Lincoln Ky. Stanford, Co. National Bank. .' r- - SILK .FECIALS SILK FOULARD. FOR MAIL ORDER CUSTOMS Gentlemen: We are i - r- ' mm One lot of all silk Foulard Dress Silks, complete line of street regular values 50c per yard 25c. DRESS SILKS. Onr lot of black and white, navy and white, brown, and check Taffeta Dress Silks, regular value 59c per yard, 38c. SWISS LOUISINE DRESS SILKS. One lot in a good line of colors, striped and fancy checked effects, regular price 75c per yard, 39c. MARQUISETTE. One lot of all silk Marquisette, 44 inches wide, full line of col- SILK ors and black, regular $1.25 per yard, 58c SPOT PROOF FOULARD. Choice of entire stock of Cheney Bros., all new patterns, in every wanted shade, 24 inches wide, 75c and $1,00 per yard, 68c. iiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiraiiHiiiiiiiiiii shades, mailing you ander separato cover, an advance proof of the forthcoming National Bank Roll of Honor and wifeh to congratulato you on the fact that your excellent institution is represented thereon, Approximately there are seven thousand five hundred National Banks Less than thirteen hundred of these-are in the United States. on- MM titled to position on tho Roll of Honor. Tins statement reveals tho distinctive character that Banks possess. It is indeed an honor to be numbered among such -- 4 i I' ' ri Roll-of-'IIono- r I '.VI COME TO LOUISVILLE Fares Rebated Until July 1st, At Our Transfer Desk In Cash. w ve dUcotitlnued some itorti NOTICE Although Come to the store and receive your R'bate. so. to rebate rllrod fars, hl$ store will continue to do sterling institutions, and you will no doubt appreciate the opportunifcy- which is open to you to impress the fact on your friends and pat rons, present and prospective. Respectfully yours, . ' STEWART DRY GOODS CO., incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. jHinini IMIIMirMlMlflBMaiMBHli THE FINANCIER PUBLISHING CO., By C. A. Hazon President f, f . A.- - feacfiiw frwmv V Oxfords At your own price in Tan, Oxblood Brown etc. $3.50 value, reduced to $1.98. t Hanna's Green Seal "The one-third New Goods Made-to-We- ar Paint" two-third- If you expect lo do any painting, you ate inlereited you thoutd be in the quality of the paint to be used. s, material In any given job of painting, labor represent! practically the cost. It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality Wwm if i lit. r Once more we call your attention to our Summer Clothing. W H'ic Mpu ViititiR Men' ntnl liny1 Price rrom f5 to S.'M. thing j tits enn II ml In Now Vurk ran lic Iniiint here. If you try u time jiiii will nro mwln.ne inony. SHOES AND Any- onn of the paint is sought? ! all important. Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the Job How is f MH l $3.00 value, reduced to $1.60 $2.50 value reduced to $1.57 $1.50 value reduced to 98c Lot of old style at 50cts pair. This is strictly a cash proposition. the printed formula on every package. one to determine the true value and obtain paint that may be depended upon for durability ? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Thi paint hat iijw yf m TkW i t.OW SHOES, Hie makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell lite public the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY YALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO BE. ron f , ill m Bf 7 CALK BY J VI "'l 1 Mla'ei and Boyt. o cmfir you trieie lion-III Sueilo, Whet. Ilnck Patent tact ninl Vlel, In tho nt.imlnrtl or nil bran tls. O.ld I'lintu of miv kind of tliu fin m tailoring in tho world. Unl! nml Ladlei, Gentlemen ntl!, . lo convlcod. V L. L. SANDERS B. PRUITT- CRAB ORCHARD MORELAND K GEORGE KY iTiiii HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Gooes, Notions, Shoes POSTER. THE FARMERS Father Leo, W, WAYNESBURG U. King. , iidwicite ,,0I"r uolghboihoori, some over tWil Stanford, Ice Cream Freezers Ry. Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. I.'. Martin, J T. Martin, or Somerset, -Kred Handorf. , Mr am, M,g w,h hor Strayed or Stolen 1 steers, under Wheeler bit In each. car. Howard for recovery Mlsu llerthn Clooch spent a few 4IH . day Inst eek at her Ionic ne.tr Dan u. S . Shclhv tihclbv Htv Ky crni,d.Milipr V II Conch ' Tor Sale Two nlc0 tobacco bods. J"P; . ntr .. ... . . - "till ' rnone i rl"SS. sianr's" last night that News reached .. in.n,nn..ii. . ,.r.i i. j.:... ..-!- .. .. t-- i jibv tt uiifi timvu. ill iimiiiitiiuiic, mil , H'1 a victim ot the whlli pln;iie J. V. Tale fold to J. V. Jnhiibtone Ixty-hvlambt, flrM pick out of Tiweduy (.ille I amli anC , .Mm. lltt'e ehlUl. o' feveiity-scvcn- , cry. th. nom. ni,nnlll( for June c,8 nuirnlnx at averaged 81 pounds per head. The 7 o'clock nnd Mr. Oeorge Utternl was six cents a pound. This laiilliyt Is the tiest nvcrage weight, consider-m- woro awakened v euncway morning In flcm9Bk Uvlp tho number nnd early delivery. to tind their kitchen wa Htimmoncd ov er tho "phone, but . o lar heard of this season.Oanville were not quenched until . the llnmes dvocate. fnlnrrn Ue Kitchen wns destroyed, together For Sale Three bed.; roadv to transplant. E. G. with nil tho contents Alf. -. W- Hot 111, of Pulaski, spent . Illcklo), phone S0-II tiia.tr tno a enml . nrt ( n rt u .. t.00 M. rivu otrlntiAPa oiiii'i'via Ml' r'"7a rtrr'" ,8 "U,,UK " """ started lu Kentucky last weuk. The bo crop Is said to be generally very light t,",IU, Vaud I lBney lmF Just returnSeed are selling at S5 cents rrom the lf,lt to nur fa,hpr at .1. Mill- - ,'1 from n In L'ouroon county r ward sod the seed from Science Hill. Mlfc Ncttle Siradlln spent Sundav his land for ?300; Win. U. Woodford lth iI,p Misses May. told his crop for 12,850 and several A,rs- - lJer,ha '"cn. ' sonieret is others sold their Individual crops at .Msltln? .Mrs. II. II Singleton. fiom $2,000 to $3,000. Mason Caldwell ls at home ngnln. At the sae ol DurocsJcrjey sows belonging to Henry u. Martin, Jr., of He has been at McKlnney working In Woodford, and J. II. Spirrr, held at tao telegiaph otlice. J ' Hcynolds Is shlpirfng logi and Lexington, laRt week. 35 head aver- nge-375.71, the top price being $220 H. V Ilnllard and James Wheeler nre for a yearling sow. Dr. W. E. Rlsaue loading and shipping railioad cross ot Midway, ana McKee Uros., of t,e9- Woodford, each purchased a sow ono T MRS- - NATION dead vear old, paying $110 and $102 re.- - Sarah s,,on,ua ral p Ul '''K01- .Mrc. Oslo ainKieioii, Ihu farmers nre tickled l,ml in their appeal l ockoit thelrpinros nnd tno "tenet Ket Into ,. ,n,lKW IIlcn ,lfc(l Vatlon lentilolliii; Mr Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. , M"tny K(.nmrK Ju ..... ... nt "" -e w J.'7 li-- ,,',-lO-lo- f' i.i ,ca vl(ilcnr(. In iuiiioiikh fne win a tmniieu niui inuiy Hurt while u recking n bar at Kntcr- ,,y tll,', l"ll,' lh" s,i,,', ,rUp- - K,,M'f uB In n ferinent Aioune.' ,v "'?. '" r" "fl,u'people began " tho tode f""" Hmnd that nil It.. Knlooti v c'oaedn ,. . ... '"" " ?"'" the State. Tho i.a toon it was being wrecked oi Hie ngltallon Mil? were paxsed bv the l.cglMnture which Btrensthriied tho State prohibitory '.iw. Krratle 4is Uer. life has been, .Mrs. Vntlim .nd vi.umiii jILIa fill" thn fmnt . ..rf.t.il.lflnn niitilfonlntf In IvniLVm.. ..m., ,w I ki lnn - '"H")...,! -.. '",', rl,...li.r r.ui For Hot Days Panama Hats Soft Collars ui !'... - fLY SUfJ b 5riDfc5 4 46-tf- - 'iv ' - blue-gras- s FOR SUMMER ORIVING DONT WAIT! DONT DELAY! You may have bought one pair of Oxfords but you will need another. Here is vour chance to get a real BARGAIN in OXFORDS. L. L. SANDERS. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. nceili-r'- rno Uovcrnineiit's June report Indic.'tei tht. greatest wheat crop In the INtory of the Unled States. The firlne wheat acreage Is given at 20,- 737.000 acres; condition H4.C and yield IS 7 bushels per acre. The winter wheat acreage is 31,367,000 acres: condition.' 80.4 and jleld 13.3 bushels per acre. Tho yield of wheat tn ltnvte wl l.e about un to the nv.r.-iirn- . Tho nrlv hoi weather hn lirmichi it nm rani.i. iv ami it win ue ready lor in., mucn poorer ;m ,,,,,. i 1 . i,.,. i.,, CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK ahlppo.) 1.7.1 Cincinnati, June 12. Cattlo He eints tlj; market steady; fair to ;cod shippers $.iifi; common $I.;5 Hpg3 Hecelpts 2.293; mar'.:t..O ket steadv, ie higher; butchers and Sheep Hecelpts 2,040; market $24f3.75. Itmbs Market easy Cc lower $4.S07.50. bteady In m T $.15I6.25: common $4.f.0 vMini' 5 -- uma, Ailz., was the hottest place Otaa wnw i iw munuwnnti' tlc eotmtry Sunday the olflclal raummmntiimiru ntttttm uimm-im- i huuhiiiu.iiuiiujii nana W ,huouuuui, d3 tiirn-nidig being 110 degnea. In Wa h- fir in inginji the olllclal temperature was 101 degrees, The downtown ther mometers registered 107 degrees. tnlooi (.'nri'e Niil'rn, tie Knn-alure ls w:t rtlia Kr wiy hor sevtial the "tiie ot death. months Mis. Nation had been In poor health Ms". t'nle Nation wm bom In Kentucky In lS4ti. Her maiden name was nrrle Moore, nnd as a girl It Is she wa absolutely fearlois. In enrly life she married a man ad- u'cieu to tne use oi inioiicmit!.. which created ill her nn Intense nverslon the falcon. When he died she life tj tcrir.ined to devote n- -r suppression ot the ''quor traflle hi er she moved to Kansas nnd marrt.d David Nation who sympathized vi h ncr principles. Mrs. Nation's first sa'oon siifshlrg wn done In tho barroom of the cajey Hotel In Wichita, December 27, l'JOw. She was ni rested and remained In Jail several days before she wits released on bond. On January 21, 1501, armed vvl;b her favcrlte hatchet, Mr 'n Ic n made another raid In Wlchlu. This time she smashed two salooiif Ruling the next three mouths Mr. Nation tuipt1?ed the salooiikccpem in vniloiis Kansas town , appealing unheinlded nnd Raving a trail oi wher lulned barroom and fixture ever she went Many saloonkeeper became terror btrltken when the ml'itniu proh smnMier, hr J. the comfort of both torses and drivers should be specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other noccMarl-e- s from our complete assortment of t horse goods. More nre 'Igltt uml duraule, single and douhiu harness, sdmlrnbly suitexi to road pura lull line of work poses, along harness or tho best Quality ut flat prices. C. McCLMY, Stanford. . i NEGLIGEE Mohair Suits LOW - SHIRTS Silk Socks k1 Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY SHOES STYLE. at LOw PRICES Cummins & Wearen, . b Carson's - Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. II $TAnF0RD WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever conditions warrant TRG BG$T meAL - in . .s5aj- - Ii ii Stanford, Kentucky. Chicago pitless wagon scale. Used two sea sons for, weighing hemp In first class order. J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, Uifttrwt u Oxford it Prefer- Bargains We have now on the Bargain Counter several pairs of Ladies' and Gents' Oxfords. If you want value for your money, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. U 111 " The Modern Wash-da-y by-wor- d. rmnr n "" KLNTUCKY. AMfcjBuiHi xiai JLa.iu miitnuijlm ai mmimjn i ii,ujiMinimna t mu. Cancels A J.L.Beazley&Co, J. C, McClary .' Time wets when The Wash was a weekly dinner a nightmare, wash-da- y has The New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e is changed all that. Once the wash-boilit leaves you free to attend to on the stove, the dinner or any other work. er ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors Undertakers and CALMEnS. CR IN em- - ALSO DEAL. 8. FURNITURE, THEV WILL EXCHANGE You can move a New Perfection where you please and It requires no attention after that light it in a moment. A single gallon of oil lasts all three burner seven hours or more. No coal or wood to carry ; no fire to feed ; no soot nor ashes. It keeps a kitchen or laundry cool and clean. It cooks to perfection, with the least trouble and expense. KUJ. with I, 2 State Bank m FURNITURE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER i4 ) bnKwiil Trust (o. FQR ALL. KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE MIGHT, ixcw Afcrccnoit STANFORD, KENTUCKY. - KY T&oat U. niCKStQ) 2' Dftd 3Uirr us Im b4 vnihoM cbiart lop, wbkh u WMd dropiiifli,lwtlrMU,lc. t ra r wmi - DmUci wry whert i or wnu for Kflptl CtfCvW U tM MftTWl Mty STAftFORO, '" I'dcd I". Hobs UacorponUJ) W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY.)