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The Stanford interior journal: June 20, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911062001_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 20, 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. ? iffF? The Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 48. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911. EVERY TUE8DAY. AHB, FRIDAY. SAYS STANFORD GOT II.. Kvory mom- played on any diamond, Gov. Knott Passes Away CRACK TEAM FROM Former Lincelnite State Bank Examiner Pulaski Appreciative bcr of both teams played hnrd nnd played fairly nnd the very bout nplrlt THE WEST END A SQUARE DEAL prevailed throughout tho orgitcsL OF LINCOLN'S SUPPORT AT THE CANDIDATEOF FOR COUNTY JUDGE FINDS .WAYNESDURO DEPOSIT NOTED KENTUCKIAN SUCCUMBS OARRARD AD- TO INFERNIT,IE3 , OF ..DANK IN FINE SHAPE. RAILROAD CONVENTION Tho umplro was Stanford's own VANCED YEARS. PATCHED-USTAN WALLOP HPRINQFIELD SCHOOL 8UPERIN. choice, tho umplro first selected, James A. Dcnzley, a former FORD NINE BY T TO 3 HERE Stato Hank Examiner, Paul C. ADOUT WRITE8 TENDENT I'rof. Kulton of Ilardstown, being Several members of tho Lincoln Is a candidate for tho demAg quietly and as peacefully as he , TOURNAMENT TO I, J. LAST FRIDAY. nt I'ror. Ireland's request be- county delegation to the Hallrood ocratic nomination for County Judge Snyder, of Frankfort, was In Waynes-burg- bad spent hlg declining years, death Juno 14 and 1C and made a fore tho Kama jUAfted. Tiro crowd Convention last wcok, have received of (Jnrrard, and bis host of friends Waynes came to former- Gov. James Proctor Th Interior Journal tai received' did not contlnuallv run out n tho letters from tho regular Pulaski del- licr0 wilt pull for him strong. In an- thorough examination of Tho Tho Stanford base ball toatu went 'diamond, any of your boys will verl-th- egation which was unseated by the nouncing his candidacy the Lancas- burg Deposit Hank,, of Waynosourg, Knott at his home In Lebanon at 6:05 down to rrom I'rof. Colvln, superintendent of defeat befora a fast bunch distinand reports the bank In nn excell- o'clock Sunday sight. Tho school nt fiprlngfle'd, a very, fy It In tho 10th Inning Htanford nine Klnlr supporters, thanking them for ter Record says: altogether guished Kentuchlan had been In from llustonvillo Friday afternoon. ent condition and l8 run courteous letter, roplylng to certain one score In her half of tho Inning Lincoln's hearty supporL Two of In this Issuo wo announce the canpoor health for several yaara past Several .men were out of the tegular the and the Htanford rooters wero nntur- - the letters from tho Pulaski domo-cra- didacy of James A. Boazley for Coun- on sound business principles and Is statements "rnhdo concerning a good dividend payer. This spcaRs nnd the end was not unexpected. and tho boys bad not local line-utreatment by tho Stanford school n"y ciclled. Hut they wero not hood ty Judge. Ho Is well known ns n arc as follows: He was 80 years of ago and his well for Cashier Stanley Mcintosh lums eron tho' I'rof Ireland may hnvn 1911. practiced since coming from Spring- children during the contests at thn June Jtitb., moral, honest nnd capable man, and and President L. G, Gooch, as well death was the result of a general hold thero, Tho 1. J. wnltzod around the diamond and up- lion. W. 8, Hurch, "1'ournnnicnt lie wilt have a strong following. Ills breakdown. One week ago. Gov. Acid, whllo tho vlsltlors Wero rlyht on as tho Hoard of Directors. In what- - on 1L Wn hnvn all- ilnnn Ihnl. Ky personally had no knowledge Stanford, splendid servlco ns Chief of Police Knott was taken slightly HI, tho re' odGo and played nlco bail and would of tho inntteni under discussion' Hlrlngllelds' half they mado ono Dear Sir. of the city of Lancaster, In tho supsuit ot the warm weather. However, be hArd to boat In any company. Tho I failed to see you after the con pression or the Illicit snlo of liquor, thc report of the Springfield Tourna- - "coro that tied the gamo again with bo rallied and on Monday had suf- Sporting editor of the I. J. was unmenl belnit lurnlshel It by tcnrhersiD'a ono out. Two more men were on vention adjourned Wednesday nnd mado him many friends Ills supLINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT ficiently recovered to bo able to sit able, to atten'' tho gamo on account and (lie bat tnank you for tho splendid effort you porters claim that ho abhors corrupnnd students who nttended, It under-atand- s bul.es, third nnd second I, C. Dunn's creditors, I'lalntlffs, out on hta front porch. of press Jfty but Capt Will McCarty, from men hero who know him tor bjntcd to the Stanford pitcher made on behalf of the regular doe- - tion In any form; that he is free from vs. L. U. Dunn nnd etc., Defendants. The funeral of Gov. Knott will take of tho Stanford team furnishes tho who threw tho man out nt the plate, gntlon from I'ulaskl county In tne con nnd cMquc; that he will ruard and Notice of sale. that I'rof Colvln Is n very high o'clock a Judgment class gentleman In every respect and i" be Springfield rooter,, wero excited test nrlslng there. I want to assure J protect tho Intcresti of all the peo In Pursuant to ptylcd action rendered place this afternoon at 2:30 Common-der- following explanation, ot the game; nt tho under auspices of Marlon thc abov lAst Friday afternoon a mixed Is not tli o kind of man to sub- Ibcy did crowd tho third base lino; you thnt tho regular delegation deep ple. Ignoring the plans and Bchemes Mny term, 1911, that hn of the aforesaid K. T. No. 24, of which ho was team from Hustonvllle composed of Ject nny visiting schoot to the treat- - Ibe Stanford catcher did throw tho lv appreciated your kind effort and of those who seek special favors emu t, undersigned Master Commls- tnent which the local children and ball Into thn crowd, n bad play on the loynllty displayed by the Lincoln .nd privileges; nnd thnt his admin- - floner will on Monday, July 10, 1911, ac hartcr member. Thn services will tome of tho many stars from Liberty Court Day, at 1:30 o'clock, be ho'd olhor nt the resldcnco or at met und defeated tho Stanford boys ibl part because thrown badly Tho Democrats on our behalf, and desire titration would be cflcctlvo in pro County in teachers complnln of. P. M., front of the court house the Masonic Temple with Interment by tho scor0 of 7 to 3. We might Inwmiirli ns tho report of tho i,ni atruck an outsider nnd was re- - through ou to express, on behalf of moting the general welfare. door In Stanford, Ky.,se'l nt public In Rider cemetery. Tho Rev. A. S. say thnt thc Stanford boys had their outcry to tho highest nnd best bid Springfield affair was furnished H" covered by tho Stanford third base- - I tho Democrats of I'uatkl, our deep der, 'tho following real estate, or so Moffett, pastor of tho Second Presby- team badly broken up by the ataenco jMper, It Is very glad to print I'rof. man No other Springfield motor or gratitude for tho loynlty displayed by much thereof ns will satisfy the terian church, will assist In tho fU' of somo of their players, and by t'olvln's reply thereto, nnd Its col- hoodlum kicked tho ball. It struck our sister county on tho North. Judgments and claim hereinafter serai ceremonies. others not being In condition. Yet mny wish the base runner us he was coming of umns nro open, to any who Your speech nnd thc efforts mentioned: LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT we do not Intend to take anything d (1) The undivided Inter to bo heard further In the matter homo and tho umpire called him Halo. our fellow Democrats of Lincoln Held, plaintiff, vs. Annie Charles eRt In remainder, subject to tho life from tho other foam By our excused, Notwithstanding It sympathies an-- , The crowd was uncontrollably excit- will long bo remembered by tho Dayton 'and etc., defendants. PARKSV1LLE No estate of Mrs. Mary M. Dunn, In the for we will Iwvo to give them credit tice of sale. or course. Intensely with Stanford, It ed; but they twere not criminal nnd Democracy .of old Pulnskl. Mrs. T. F. Gibson continues ser- for playing a good all around game. a Judgment rendered tract of land near Hustonvllle, LinPursuant to Again thanking you and with kind docs not Intend that anyone shnll no one wns to bc blamed for it, be-In tho above styled caune at the May coln county, Ky., beginning nt a iously HI. Hustonvllle had their slab artist not bo given n "square dear in ltsCattc no body could have possibly est personal regards, I beg to remain, term, 1911, of the aforesaid court, the stone In the line or Jos. Coffey: Miss Nancy Rawllnga, of Lebanon, the noted Woodrum, who has been totalling. I'rof. Colvln s card (a as foreseen that It would happen. I'rof. Yours very truly. undersigned Com'r will on Monday, thence S 86 W 6 14 po'es, Coffey's to n such; n sensation at Randolph Macon July 10th, 1911. at 1:30 o'c'ock, P. L, corner; S 2S W. poles 10 linksW 73 !h visiting MrB. G. II. Preston. follows; Woodson .May, Ireland repeatedly exonerated the James C. Tarklngton had a mule College, having won all of tho eleven County Court Day, In front of the liln oak, corner to same; S 83 Kdltor of the Interior Journal' writer from nil blnmo. Ho Insisted poles 7 links to a ptono in the ditch court fciniio door In Stanford, Ky rf a road In tho Rachel Carpenter colt worth 1100 to dlo from an un- games that ho has pitched this sea-eoWill you kindly allow me space In that tho umpire should have sent the Dear Shelton: pell nt public outcry to the highest line; thenco her line 2 W 85 poles known cause. and letting tho opposing teams your paper to correct some of tho j runner back, to third. Hut the behalf of nnd best bidder the following describ- to a stone near a branch; thence up I want to thank you on nnd sister. down twice without a hit. Ills Mr. Alvln Wosterfleld o That tract of ed real estate, mado In the report of tho prc did not decide that way. Xpo "regular" delegation of Pulaski Ky bounded the branch N 5 W 101 poles to tho Miss Lottie, have returned from u chum, Floyd Wright, who play Tournnment held In our town June! After tho game 1 suggested to Prot county for your support In trying to land In Lincolnbycounty,lands of K. W. beginning, containing 54 acres 3 visit In Eastern Kentucky. tho en the North 7, 8, and 9. short stop at tho same school waa Ireland that If my boys were willing help seat us at Louisville, last Wed- enrson, Ada Carson, W. U Carson, rods nnd 27 poles of land. Misses Nancy and Delia Klnchloe, nrso ('.'( If the sale of the Interest in 1 shall make no nttempt to answeilwu here. He Is a n'pe ball player ,M would play tho game over next nesday. H. Carwn nnd James Carson; on accomplished young ladles of of J. S. Murphy the nbovc dessrlbed tract falls to Inb In all department or tho game, and purt of tho article referred to. Il Is day; ho accepted provided his boys the Lincoln stood by us faithfully und on Kast Westthe lands landf of M. P. nsufflclent sum to satisfy thc sro visiting Miss Louise showed more speed at the short field by the th0 personal nnd should bo answered by!WOre fining. I could hnve done no w0 nppreclnte it ery much and hope ncrrnd C. N O. & T. P. II. R. debtedness of L. C. Dunn, and the Cloland. iJupL Ireland rather than myself. tsg j,ot. Neither Prof. Ireland to be able to rcpny you some tlioo j Co.; on nnd South by the Stanford costa hereof, I will ,thcn sell his re- Mlsa Pendegraft, Wilbur Tucker, than any we have seen here this seathe Probably ho himself could not pre-- llor i thought that thn game played nna iiiiRionvu viuiuiit-- t luuuuuuib mainder Interest, subject to the tho Luclen Ewlng and Estill Jones, who son. Your friend, of Mrs. Jennie Dunn In acres, les the following deMeunler, tho crack rjlayer from K. ent Its publication. My had been a "dirty contest." Cecil Williams. about 76 tract near Hustonvllle. Lincoln coun- have been attending school at scribed tract carved therefrom. b". D., played third base for them and It Is lnevltate that where so many uyt Insisted that they had won tho Murphv ty Ky., bounded on the North and aro at home. at a Btojie, corner to contestants for tho samu prizes meet pennant by the umpire's decision and he played a good game, as usual. DIED AT LEVEL GREEN thence with Northwest by the ranch of M. nnd Everett Carson, Mrs. H. D. Moore, who baa been tn East by the land of J evenly pre- - objected to playing again for the Although Hustonvllle made 7 runs nnd where they ar ' Murphy's line S 75U E 17 poles, with North; on the on Good; and by the the McCbord hospital at Lebanon for tho West . T. somo or them must bc dlsap- - ,,er ir0f. Ireland refused to play Catron, aged 83 yeari(etno fence to stake, corner to Mur-ve- lands of L. C. Dunn and Eugenia three weeks. Is now at home greatly the majority ot (hem .were given to Mrs. Knti tbenceS U pointed Hut In the Tournament this except for tho banner. them through the lack of practice ot 1? Dunn, containing about 30 acres. Green section, died last The next of thc Improved. (:!) If the amount raised by the ear, there wnk-- less objection, less morning somo of the men in town week after an Illness of three months' K 14 pole,,, corner to same, thence N the home boys. The box score shows Mr. Jobn J. Cozatt attended tho of tracti is criticism of decisions than In nny I vent to I'rof. Ireland nnd myself they get only six hits off Emjry, but of the Infirmities of old age. Tho CG V. 15 poles to a stake, corner to sale tltp the two aforesaid insufficient commencement purpose exercises ,it St. mentioned. known. The letters received cug (0 ri.ttoTe good feeling and, ,Won1 sm lh ulrtnu- - nf ihn late same, thenco N 76U K ' poles s for Commissioner will then sell tho Catherine, Springfield, where bio with a few of his passesand the tho RA" all who took part have but cm'w tml Wo play the game over They William Catron and was Oie mother "" I ?. that were made tells the story 'merest of L. C. Dunn In the tract daughter, Miss Mao Cozatt, was one i phnsUed thlt, fact h na Northeast of the defeat. Our young recruit uiu not then nor do they now bellovo or iteitry, J union and lien matron. vwttl I 7 kTto '" !"undpd, comer to poieg of tb0 graduatoa. Kiery Judge In declamation. every that Stanford had been robbed. They and Mrs. Antanda Debord, of Locl Mutphy, Spalding Hill put up a llkoy game in Dr. W. A. Brown, who has been o . . .. . ... . Judge In muMc came .troiii cities not utU what a My ureen, .Mrs. vioia woouwnru. 01 uon did for harmony. CXhl".o North and Northwest by the Ian, having much trouble with His throat left, pulling down wo long one with easy. l ('presented In The t,oys consented lo play again for the don. and Mrs. Lizzie Young of Hlgh-- j thc contests '"" ... hVcC cne band as If It with line of the of Mrs. Mary M. Dunn, containing and stomach, la slightly Improved, l character nnd standing of each nt pennant. I'rof. Inland and tnyscli iuuu, i.incuui Liiuiiiy. situated near The score: res'.hio of the tract S C3 W C2 poles "hout 35 acres, and i ne however bo la yet unable to swallow Stanford them In sutllrlent warranty of tr.Hr made tho announcement at tho Opera took place nt the family AB R H PO A H iiirylng to a stake near thc Routbonir cor- - """nWle. In Lincoln county. Ky. much solid rood. "" AV honesty nnd In his article Prof Ire-- j louse, same, thence S ner of Bozler, s s ... .. . 3 0 0 morning. Friday That ground near the old home, . imalnder interesf tn this Monday Mr. Duel Hlacketer died land says. "We do not charge dls ntternoon 1 2 rf 4 learned that Prof, jlcrtilvc funeral services conducted ,ms3 ,"aiiwny, nnd corner to residue1 ect t0 tho of Mrs. Jennie morning at the homo of bis daughter Penny, cf honesty on the part of the Judges." Ireland 1 10 McCarty lb 3 then refused to play. by Uev. George S. Watson. "e"-'"- i ' ot tho trnct, thence with the center u""',""," Mrs. T. F. Gibson. Deceased was in will sell It so happened that In the declama. 'ills 4 03 was reason Coleman, 3b , satisfactory of the railroad N C5 W 13 poles, er (4) year, was a Union sol If the 3 (ion nnu ocai uiiKie eoniesu Hpnng-- t to m..., was thence N 73 W 10 poles N 7G W 15 boundnrle the saletoofrealize foregoing t bis seventieth18C1-6pitcher Waters, c . . . . m5 HOWMAR'S SUMMER TOURS a sutici-en- dier In war falls and a devoted poles N 5'4 E 8 poles to the beglr.n-Inc- . ' fold won most of tho medals. Ilu exhausted nnd thc game would not sum to ratlsfy the riforesald member or tho Baptist church for Embry, p . contalnlne 48 acroi of land. In- this was not unusim , in elury con'l.aio done Ms boj'H Justice. Thete Personally conducted; low lnclu- - eluding tho dwel'lng houso nnd cur indebtedness, the Com'r will then mauy years. The funeral wan con S. Hill, If ell the remnlnder Interest of L. f lost of this kind that we hnto enter- tire the facts ns Prof. Ireland will Vivo cct; Stone, rf s accomodation. tilage. ' subject to rt w0 have usually won. Terms1. Our rthoul nrkuow ledge. The said property will be Dunn, Jennie Dunn,the life estate of ducted at the Clem Chapel church by Prlght, LD 3 ellowstone Park and West, starting sold on n Mrs. in the tract near Klders Edwards and Shouso nnd the credit of six months, nnd HustonvU'e. In Lincoln countv, Ky., !oiotea more attention in this work' Penult mo also to say this that Monday, July 3; Niagara Falls, Toto burial was In McDonald cemetery. beglnnlnir than nny of tho rival schools and thU the young men and young ladloi ronto, etc., Tuesday, Aug. 1; Atlan- the purchaser will be required 3 t, ; IS It 27 plc bond for the purchase price, Southwest on Pine" Lick at a stoneanc" Mr. Hlacketer was taken III with account) for our surcPMi sIde of Hustonvllle On the representing the Stanford school tic City, New York, etc.. Aug. 17 w Itli approved personal security, thencp pneumonia at Nevada and was other hand Stanford s only weakness were ns tino u set of reprc.entatlic Write IIOWMAH'S TOURS, Versail- payable to tho Com'r bearing six Mlddlehurr 'turnpike43 road; poles ABR1I PO B W 28 to brought homc by his only child, Mrs. Hustonvllle per cent Interest from date of sale with Dunn's line S was In these contest k ns anT kdiool ever had, both In our les, Ky., for folders 1 degiving full 510I paid, with Hen retained on the a stone In said line, S 53 K 15 poles Gibson, on whom tho loss falts, beavi Wright, s a until It In objected by Prof Ireland thnt I omes' and In tho contests and Spring tail!. 4S-pike: sldo 1 5001 'nnd to secure tho pnvment thereof, 10 a stone53on the poles ot said beeln-nln- ly, especially as sho Is now very- - III. Bishop, 2b W 15 no one wns consulted ;ib to the Held Is unanluioiu in IhlB opinion to the nnd the iald bond to have the force thence N 1 310X Munler, 3b containing 2 acres 2 roods and Tho points to be considered In declama Wo did our best to show our npprcclnnd effect of a Judgment. 5 1 1 13 0 20 poles of land. The friends of McCrcary are plan- J. Allen, c LANCASTER will he given the privilege of Yet the rules gov nllon ot them and tho other contest- llon and music' 1 5120 paying the purchase price on day of Terms: The said property will ' ning a strong organization In Fa- Stagg, cf rruln;; tr ocnto ts this yonr wero ants. I want to snv this, too, thnt I so'd on a credit of six months, and 5120 0 bought 58 lambs ot pale, if ho so elects, or may pav same tho purchasers will bo required to yette county and say ho Is euro to Harnett, rf W. L. l.iwhon the that haie gmoriied tliete have kuuwu P,ror. Ireland for a num before the maturity of 'Mid bond. 2000 0 carry it and Lexington. Among ehe Wlddle. If contest,, lor fourteen years; the her of years and regard hint a The Com'r will only sell so much feive bond for tho purcrnse price. i W. It. Cook for JC 3 2109 ns will be necessary to witn approved personal security, pay loaders for McCreary In Fayette aro Dunn, lb A Christian Sunday School Conven- of said lnnd I tame that governed when tho Tour- - rentlcmnn nnd nble school man. 40L2 0 bearing Judge Wllla Vi'iey, Hugheu Spurr, J. Woodrum, p Fntl'fy the Judgmen-- i rendered here nble to the Commissioner, They do not believe rmmont was hld tit iJinnford. endorses some of tion was held at Illatlnlllo last week in In favor of p nlntlrf for the ntn six per cent Interest from date of Tovls Wilkerson, 2100 Majxy John Skaln M. Allen, If ! tint ypeclly what sli.ill constitute tho things In the article objected t'n In the Sunday School Chapel. of J275.00, with six per cent InteroM sale, wltlt lieu retained on the land Judge F. A. Bullock and J. W. Clark. It has been a jlncert. pleasure to ThU has always Tho June term of tho Garrard Cir- from March 17, 1S03, until paid, nnd sold to secure the pavment of said ii dc nutation. 27 7 6 27 12 6 costs estimated bond, which shall also have trw force been loft to the judgment of tho know the Stanford people and next cuit Court began Mmday. Thero the 1125.00. of this notion, 1911. ' Sacrifice hits, Dozier. Stolen base and eftect of a Judgment ThU June 12. nt They can enter year whether at Stanford or Hards- - 'vero thirty old commonwealth cases. GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. l L. ('. C. school i competing. The purpose of this sale Is to Watera, Embry, Dozler, McCarty, ly the Judgments nnd c alms against Titiy son of speech, only It must .be town our boys and glrlg hopo to meet murder cases auu iiiriiyiurev J. JL Saunders, Attorney for Plff. Wright, Munler, Bawette.- - Two base tne said L. U. Dunn, amounting to ap - them Judged iig a declamatUii. again In Tournament and commonwealtn appaeranco cases on P,rof. IreLINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT hits, McCarty. Three base hlts Penproximately tho sum of 11.725.00 lloy Stewart, Plaintiff, vs. W. T. ny. land's entries Illustrate the scope of whether we win or whether wo lorn the docket. which ha been filed against him In Mulllns, Defendant Notice of sale. c shall try as they did to prove our- these contests: one of his thU action; also the costs ot this Mrs. II. P. Hudson entertained at Pursuant to a Judgment rendered In tilt, amounting to about sir recited n dramatic soloctlon, nnotrtir helves ladles and gentlemen worthy a wo'l appoitited o'clock dinner In STANFORD'S BATTING the above styled cnire at tho May Thl, Jpno 12. 1911. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT an oratorical selection, still another rf the beat Kontucky homes. We honor of Mrs. Percy Noland, of Seatterm, 1911. of the aforesaid court. AVERAGES. Joseph Given' heirs, plaintiffs, vs. GEO. D FLORENCE. M P. L. O, P. the undTsIgned commissioner, will n humorous selection, ench ono being thank you, Mr. Kdltor, for tho cour- - tle. Washington, who lg hero for n Final batting average of season. Attorneys tor Plaintiffs J. It on Monday, July 10, VJ11, County Joseph Glvens' helm, deffjidnnts choicn, 1 linv,. no doubt, becauso It tnsy ot a lowing this statement, Paxton, K. S. Alcorn nnd J. W. At Court Day, at 1 o'clock, P. M.. In PO II AB Uslt to her parents, Judge and Mrs. Notice of sale. corn. nlforded tho speaker an opportunity ItaipectTully, 1& .340 AK M. I). Hughes. front of the court hous0 door In Stan McCarty Pursuant to n Judgment rendered HKO. COLVLN to display hlj or hor particular tab' .311) ford Ky., sell at public outcry to the Embry 13 42 James A. Heazley anounces himself In the above styled cause at the May highest and best bidder, tho follow- Tenny p. S. I am sending you a copy of ent. 40 a cnndldnto for County Judge. The term, 1911, of the aforesaid court, the ii .273 Morgai's Men ing described real estate, Again It Is objected thnt Caldwell the bomc paper, that you may soo applicant Is n very popular man and .265 13 49' A tract ot zo acres of land near II. Coleman Monday, In Just how tho College entered a contests terminated stnndB a good showing for tho otflco. undersigned Com'r. will on .179 7 37 County Court Day, at MAY NOT MEET AT PARK'S HILL Mt. Moriah Church, Highland, Lin- - Singleton July 10, H11. tho pluno solo contest. The young and that you may correct the result con county, Ky., bounded 011 the 3. Hill .173 5 29 Mrs. Jnmoi A. Roystou entertained 130 o'clock, P. M, In front of the THIS YEAR. North by Wrigfct, on tho Eas by lady from Caldwell was a graduating In yours, .17a Mrs. Claudo 7 lor her daughter-in-law- , court houso door In Stanford, Ky, and on the South nnd West by Waters .. .. student from that Institution thld ,1M 3G 4 O. Royston, a visitor from Chicago. sell nt public outcry to tho highest Craig naugh. Locatod on County Bright year. Springfield had an entry In WASH THOSE PIMPLES OFF .0211 leading Tho annual reunion of Morgan's Jtoad 39 to Stanford and Dozler I .The homo was made attractive by nnd best bidder tho fol owing that contest. I think wo wanted to; Wnynesburg turnpike. .0W 0 5 pretty decorations qtid n most choice T. Colernnn real estato situated In Lin- Men, which has for years been hold The purpose of srld sae Is to satiswin It and we could not hurt other Una D. D. 1)., thnt mild, soothing menu wns .000 C 0 served. A certain at Park's Hill near Carlclo may not fy a Judgment rendered coln county, Ky, In said Anderson - wnuh, that recognized remedy for Ee. tchoola' hnnccs of winning It with.00') 14 0 John Frank Montgomery, a young tract of land, bounded on tfco North bc hold thlg year. Col. Green U.Ko! court In fnvor of plaintiff against S. 111R out hurting our own. Hoildcs, I'ror. 'iVtua und all skin troubles. Mrst farmer of this county, ago 26 years, bald defendant for the sura of $100.-CWin. Gooeh. oil the South by G. Icr, a member of the association, and Iro'nnd himself told nie that ho nnd dropa take away thnt awful buring was struck by lightning nnd Instant- bv Kogar, on with six per cent Intrest thereon J. U. Whltehouse bold a Jersey cow W. the Eait by Peyton and no objection to the entry from Cald- itch, cleatiso tho Bkln wash away ly killed while out In nn open Ho d Hill a member of Morgan Monument from October 7th. 1800 until paid, and to Mr. Join 'Adams for 50 nnd live and on the West by McKlnney, ?35.00 the estimated costs of this wcok bofore thn Tour-- every pimple every Impurity. well at least Jersey8 to II. W. Curry .of Eaton, O.. Jud.on, seven miles from town. containing 12Mi ncres more or U3s. Committee, bud tho following to say action. was hold. Ho did 'object to ng llko I). U. D., for tho complexion nt Terms: The said property will bo at prices ranging from J35 to J 10. Ho Tonus: Tho said property will be In tho Cnrliflo Mercury: Tho Court Houso Is being much ho Get a 25 cent trLil bottle today somo of tn,) supposed entries; improved by n fresh ccat of paint. It rold on a credit of fix months, nnu "It Is more than likely that tho an- fold on a credit of six months, and also sold a bunch ot rnncy butcher thought tho Loulcvtlle High School worth ten tltnos Its cost to have n the purchaser will lm required to plve nual reunion of Morgan's Men will tha purchaser will bo required to stuff to Charles R. Martin, tho Hieftt It n handsome structure and. It's purchase price, 6 o bond for tho bond or tho nurcrase price, with per would enter In nUiIotlcs nnd when he tott'o In the house. At any rate, prop will bo greatly improved by eonal security approve by tho Com'r not be liiM at Park's Hill thU year, with personal security approved by merchant nt4 and J4.25 per hundred wag assured Uiat thoy would not, ho into our Btore to talk over tho merlte to the Com r, bearing ns it U duTIred to make the occasslon the Commissioner and payable to Mr. Whltehouse has purchased 1600 nnd payab r pressed hlnVielf as satisfied with nf tills wonderful prescription. Shuper rent Interezt from date of ot the unveiling of the Morgan Mon- him, benrln? six per cent Interest In nibs of dltferent Uoylo county Chnrles Robinson n very Industr- tlx - gars from date of sale, with Hen retained and Tannor Stanford ,Ky. nie until paid, with lien retained on ttle entries. Is that not true, Profesthu greatest on the hind to secure the payment farmers nt 5 nnd 8 cents a pouud. Tbe ious farmer of this county sold Wm. the land to secure tho payment there- ument at Lexington I sor? Morgan's Men have held thereof, nnd tho said bond bavlug the June delivery of 1000 head was nhip-tc- d Loxington, a largo amount of, nnd having the sane force and meeting The Cuban Hoiifio of Kopresentn-quarrel- , Houcox of Now as to the other caus0 of tho to Loulsvlllo. Advocate. of wool at prices ranging from 17 to effect of a judgment. This June 10, iince the war. This is not authorita- same force nnd effect of u Judgment. Tho game (Ves pawed a bll abolishing the Intho ball gamo. This Juno 10, 1911. It'll. Spring- - utruction ot English In the public 2;' cenU per pound. The deal ln GEO. D. FLORENCE. M. C. U C. C, tive, but Is more than likely truo." GEO. D. FLORENCE. M. C. L. C C. played between Btanford and Tonight, Naloaal Truobadours. vo'ved more than 110,000. Geo. M. Davison, Attorney for Pitt. Geo. M, Davison, Attorney for Ittfs. c bcuooib. Held WO Clean s gamo as w ' p ''I 1 ccr Commissioner's Sale y - 1 Commissioner's Sale one-thir- to-w- lf cot-leg- life-est- ate Be-re- a, ban-pare- d j - t anx-hav- e ask-trui- n mis-pla- iVl tfc-- ..lntnlnln b.u-la- " 'nSA4 oWtrU1" aS , & tLIZ JGt ""'"""" M . :.,,.. ." "J"y, " ZI 5 - high-clas- - jur-chns- li io commissioner s Sale Commissioner's Sale . to-wi-t: Car-mo- r, v....4l t: 11 Noth-unme- I 1'JB - V f .k fiuaran.it, 1 HieInierior Journal. ' Established To Rheumatics SAUFLEY,...Publlshtr 1872 "Alias Jimmy Valentine d fcndrI not to and shut tho door to ncnro her. Then Just In fun I turned tho knob" i immmmmmmmmmammmKasraaBSatKSSamMmttiitmma BffBalaaaBaBallagBalaBBB- 6HELTON M. I among those afflicted with rheumatism and lumbago, pout nn4 neuralgia, Physicians, too, have "Riven this remedy on nirroval which wide Attention Treatment of Hhcnmfttlsm Revolution ized by Simple Remedy Which is II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Absolutely Guaranteed. fitartllng new features nro presented Entered at tho postotflco at Stan-,orIn tho now remedy oiled as second claw mall. which tins Intel? been the subject of -I DEMOCRATIC TICKET. HON. UUA!L.i.d A. itAKMN, of Mercer County For Circuit Judge. For Railroad Comml.lner. I K. KLAlll WILLIAM of rnvcite County j FOR REPRESENTATIVE William II. Slwnks announces hl from ii.nuid.uy lor Representative L.iuont county, BUbJect ta tho ncttua ot tho Democratic party. prom-- J In speaking to sotno of tho California, Uovl incnt Democrats of ernor Woodrow Wilson, ot New Jer so) mndo tho lollowlng statement. fcSssVfcver been accorded to'other treatments. Dr. O. W. ncon, prom"It Is Interesting to tuo as n Deminent In Oklahoma and tho Southwest for treatment of rheumatism, ocrat to nolo that, while- wo have hud bU inecou In tho HtMwihat ho Is willing to stako his In.urgentJ ,i groat lcal ot talk about reputation on fho fact that lncurnhlo cases. will cure even republicans wo havo heard cry lit has produced results almost Not only for fresh, new unbelievable. Insurgent democrats. In cases, but also for Ion? chronic and tie about aerlous cases has It proved one of tho ourgtnts are thoso who throw oil most remarkable remedies ever proIntuit-geduced. It has tho unlquo fcaturo of authority. It must ho that tho "signaling" to the patient by means of throwing olf llcpublicans arc peculiar symptoms, tho proKrcss pf uric acid elimination. their authority of the major portion IL rarso, of Warsaw, S. V, Karat about "l had rbenmatUm and by seven Tear. ot their party, whll0 Democrats are Oeorsje, I started without being six weka, I itn cored." C. T, lreo to be progressive tV'atktaa, alao of tVaraatr, X. I" aayal Insurgents. It would seem that to be "I snffervd with terrible rheumatism for fire years, alt crippled ui for daya progressive Is not to defy tho gener nad tlsse. I began at a am Improvement taking two days, al authority of their party colleague.! tttt two bottles cured within case was tne. My tad 1 should llko jto believe that this bad one." Is guaranteed as to results. meant that tho Democratic party a Many of the most terrific cnaes progressive, and have been quickly conquered by It a whole la naturally peculiar, powerful, yet safe action. In s that it Is easier, through tho Instruror three weeks. accom Is absolutely free from opiates mentality of that party, to or dangerous drugs. Itoad about Its wonder pll8h the new purpoeea of tho day fuj nctlqn In the circular pocked ln.ovcxy tnan through tho Inst,rumcntnlity ottj carton. Read tho guarantee. at your druggist's at J1.09 the Republican party. Get to bottle. If you are satisfied with It, Governor Wilson is right. The 3 you will be, get 6 bottles for 15.00, nro Kicking against the funbnd pet rid' of your affliction. If your druggist can not supply you. It will be damental principled of their own parfcent on receipt of price by the ty. Tho Democrats have always Medicine Co, 2715 Lincoln Ave., Tho lint bottle will eonvlniie sucn principles. It Is tho Dcra ,uvejosnJteTcr. ocratic party that deserves tho credit! Recommended and Sold By of awakening tho public conseleme. SHUGAR9 & TANNER. Every principle that the Republican Stanford, Ky. nationality rhcu-fiuitlo B 1B&' jTL jrtCV'f HrJaBflKHfiB bPy SvW Amt "" sflri I ullli3at' aVJ sBjtSS Tiyunr I ArCl aiiH yC iji VALENTINE, Continued Auodation WARDEN HANDLES AND V "(low! Ood, Hint Imbyl" pronncd Vnl-- I pntlne, wrlnglni; his linnd nnd ntnrt-- I Ins toward the vault room. "You enn do It." urged lied. "I'll clear Jmt you nnd me. Kor open that vault or Hint God's wtk-pbaby will die like a rnt!" Red fell on i hla knee before Vnlentlno nnd pleaded heitrtbrokenly for his old time aaf breaking nccompllco to uio once ngnln the skill Hint had mndo hi nnmo n . Fjnnnym for succesa In the tinder world. n well he ,4. Valentine hosltnted. might, considering the linznriloti nn turo of Ida position. If nny one but lied Mhottld nee film open the Mf( nee liltn nt work nil hoe of further eoneenllng the nature of his occtiai-- j tlon In the laat would be destroyed And Doyle, who wanted to "pe Jim my Valentine work." wns even now In the bank building might return to Valentine's olllce nt nny moment, reasoned the nsslstnnt cashier "Kitty mustn't die she mustn't alie mustn't!" obbtl Hobby. Valentine's face set determinedly He tore off his coat nnd. rolling up his sleeves, dashed out Into tho tntllt room. "I know! I'll do It! I'll do It!" he cried. Detective George Doyle smiled sardonically ns he softly withdrew from Ivelilml the partly opened door wlileli hnd sheltered him from the view ot the frnntlc actors In the t raged r thai had been enacted In tho nsslstnnt cashier's office. He walked iwlftly down the halL "Jimmy Valentine, Jimmy Valcn-Une,- " he muttered vcngcfully, "you've had your laugh! Now I'll have mine. I've got you now. I'm going to get you red handed!" tliank . Hand Lu ggage (JHliHr WVl H You are go ingtotrav el this sum mer and good lug wam win mmB NslililililililililililililililHH gage as well as good clothes. We jjBH-H-can show you a Magnificent Assortment ot flifc Hand Bags ROSE LANS. -F Jt-M- Imnir-lnab- lo tt ll. ' a"peek into hTs pocket would show the. box. or. Bucklen's Arnica Salve mat E. S. Loper, a carpenter, of Manlle, N. Y., always carries." I have never had n cut, wound, bruise, or sore It would not soon heal," he writes. Greatest healer of burns, bolls, scalds, caapped hands and lips, feeTBores, eczema corns and piles, 23c at Tenny's Drug tore. FresliOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. $TAnF0KD Carson's - TBG BG$T mGAL$ - in Doyle looked nt his watch. He nodded a farewell to nicotine nnd wheeled toward the door. lie stopped mo"Nearly three years." the detective mentarily and asked permission to grunted angrily. "take another Hash at that picture on "Well, that's quite awhile. You must tho walk" Valentine gave his assent want him badly." and watched tho detective curiously. Doyle bent toward the other and Doylo stepped In front of the photopounded his fist Into his opened palm graph, took out his magnifying glass, "lie Is the one man who can open a a powerful reading glass, and again safe by the sense of touch." he el' mndo a minute examination of tho plained. scene in the banquet hall, with "Mr. Blank amazement came into the face Lee Randall" sitting nt tho right of of the assistant cashier. tho toastmastcr. "Why, that's not possible, is it?" be He turned, shot a searching look nt Valentine and then drew close to tho asked Incredulously. "Doesn't sound so wo never thought letter's desk. "By the way," he said, "on my way so but Jimmy Valentine hns done It repeatedly. The first year ho worked out I'll atop nnd explain to the" "Mr. I .a tie. tho president," remindwe thought the Jobs were done from as rarty ndrocates the Inside employees or officers of ed Vnleutlne. "Yes. I want to npologlzo for makwas adocated years ago the bank. Then we got him by a con by tile groat Commoner of Nebraska fesslon of his pal, and a fool governor ing accusations against you. Good So it will bo seen that ir the peo- Ijaruoned him." Doyle growled dis day, Mr. Randall." "Good day. Mr. Doyle." ple expect any remedial legls.atlou gutedly Doyle stepped out into the hallway. "Well, If he was pardoned" along tho lines of "progression" it The detective brushed the sugges, As be drew the door toward him to easily secured through can bo more tlon aside. tho Democratic party than through i "I want him for another JoJ one r rine-ientthe Republican party. that I enn convict him on now and iA of the Democratic party U "progrru-slve- " couldn't before the first conviction." s "You will doubtless get him. Mr. of tho Rewhile A.l Doyle." confidently. publican party is reactionary. "Doubtless that desire legislation In the mtei-est- s htm. He's thoIt's a life work to land BV most dangerous man of tho who'o people snould act loose " party. Tho with tho Democratic "It doesn't seem possible that n will nominate Taft, a reac- man could have so delicate a sense of tionary; the Democrats will nominate a "progressivo.." There will bo a realignment of parties to a certain extent. The Democrats will represent th0 peoplo and the Repub lican party will represent "special privilege." trom last week "pro-ttessU- ns three-fourth- FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY. Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. WE MAKE LOANS On approved security is particularly recommended for chronic cabes of Mdney and bladder trouble. It tends to regu'ato and control tho kidney and bladder action aud is healing, strengthening and bracing. Toley Kidney Pills contain just tne ingredientB necessary to rcgulaf and strengthen the action of tho kid aeys and bladder. Try them yoursolt SBK&SCTjjiguHLlsH 3vraHisaaKw x &aT "( Mam Lincoln County "I WANT-T- O APOLOGIZE." BAIO D0TL2. whenever warrant it. conditions Prefer- ional Bank First Roll of Honoi Bank in Stanford ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors First in Central and South-Ea- st Kentucky Ninth in State cf State Bail Capital Kentucky 100,000 Trust (o. 633111, ?.ITJ5KI. k) Surplus Cow Next te 100,000 Court-Hous- e Stanford, Ky. eaaeatua rstj,V as close it he leaned forward nnd peered through tho crack. He saw Vnlentlno standing at his desk, and he also saw tho )oung man's breast Iip.uo us "TOn MUST WANT DIM BADLY." though bo was ttlghlng In relief ns nt the ending of a trying ordeal. touch," said Vnlentlno Innocently, conJust us he was about to close the tinuing to "play" Doylo as nn angler door nnd depart tho door leading from pln)H a brook trout. "He has," with an nngry snort. "It's the Minlt room into tho assistant cashbeen tho ambition of my life to see ier's otllce burst violently oeu. Doyle heard tho crash, and be Uo hoard him work to catch him red handed." "Well, for the sake of the communi- what followod It us t roiilzed ilce, nn ty nt large I hopo )ou do Ily the agonized tolee. crying "Jimmy, Jimway, Mr Doyle, as you havo ueor my!" " 'Jimmy!' Then that's his name, eeu thU or Mr. Valentino work bow do you know that ho uses noth- after nil; It's Valentine!" guped tho ing but his bauds in opening safes'" detective, pushing the door open to "Oh. we have a general Idea about better learn what was transpiring. The otco wus tho voice of Red I'lan-agahis system. He keeps uli hands tenwho, followed by little Itobby der, soft, sensitive, nnd through a faculty seeming almost miraculous he Lane, bad rushed frantically Into the Is able to detect the movement of the room. "Jimmy," screamed Red, his ejen tumblers that lo.U tho safe as lie bulging outward in horror, "Hobby's; tunirt tho dials of the combination. This much wo learned from one IIhI locked Kitty In tbo now vault! Wo rianngan. alia Tim Cronln. nllnn the can't get her out!" Valentine turned on Red llko a pan'Wblto Itat,' the ml that Valentine took up with after he killed another ther. Quick, "Where Is the combination? pal named Cotton. Flanagan's right man, quick!" nnmo Is Jim. He did a bit nt Jollet. "Tho builders haven't eent It yet. and 1 think I'll be able to get him tc Nobody knows It," choked Red. testify against alentlne when I get Hobby threw himself Into Valentine's blm sewed up in Itoston, What? Oh. arms, sobbing convulsively. known as the yes, lied was always "I didn't mean to do It," ho cried 'White Rat' until bo took to dyeing his bysterlcully "I didn't mean to- -1 hair vermilion " didn't know Kitty tld in Hie vault mill 1 iho'mljl-- l illdai know I pi clutched tightly against her throbbing bosom yet In she went, Suddenly the huge door scraped shut. All whs blackness. As she screamed la her fright she beard tbo click of the metal bars ns Hobby playfully turned the ban dies. Then all was silent, save for tho moans of the little gtrl as she lurched blindly toward the door of the safe and scratched the metal thicknesses with her tiny nulls. Tho dolly fell to the floor, the ends of the soft little fingers began to bleed from frenzied contact with the bars that ribbed tbo Interior of the safe door, nnd nfler n few moments the wee girl's form sank limply to the bottom of the ault, where alio gasped convulsively to breathe In the nlr that was gradually Joslng Its life support ing qualities. Not many minutes would elapse ere she had consumed nil the precious oxygen In the suffocating Interior of tho necessarily air tight CHAPTER XVI. room In the Fourth National of Springfield, III.. In the new tault hnd been was n large, somber Inclosure. with n door at one side, opening from the nsslstnnt cashier's olllce. and ono directly opposite, which led to n narrow hallway opening into tho main hall. Along this narrow hallway wero doors opening Into the oulccs of various officials of the bank. Tho vnults In which wore kept the currency nnd negotiable papers, bonds, stocks, notes, etc.. were on the floor below, nnd tho new vault built against tho wall at the rear of tho room was designed ns a receptacle for the bank's books of account, Therefore it had a larger Interior than nn ordinary vault, and ns the shelves had not yet been built In there were several feet of free space Inside, which would be occupied by books nnd records later on. The huge steel ribbed door had been left Invitingly open by tho workmen engaged In adding the finishing touches, and consequently It afforded nn source of delight to Hobby nnd Kitty, whose active Imaginations readlly'convcrted the Interior of the vault Into the cave of daring smugglers who, presumably gone on n desperate enterprise, had left deserted their secret caxern nnd tho precious contraband nrtlcles which. Hobby assured Kitty, were surely to bo found therein. So what wns there for n high spirited little girl to do. when her brother, who never failed nt asserting his so perlorlty over n mere girl nnd tho superiority of the "men folk" In general. Insisted that she go first Into tho yawning blackness of the big safe? Surelv she must maintain the traditions of the fearlessness of her sex ns she knew them nnd "take the dare" which Bobby forced upon her. Slowly Into the steel bound shadows she went, her waxtm faced dolly Tlin From $3.50 to $12.50 Genuine Cowhide leath er Suit Cases, $5,, 7.SO $10, and 12.50. Traveling trunks many sizes from $5 to IO.OO H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be When Compounded lti tiU, the next iraport.4' t Men pres ription pl.iied in tho l.avi t inrmuhly reliableundcomtwtcnt la- t so it will be compout.dtd ex utly as nh V tl reeled luve gained nn cnvublu reput ititn for nlw.ns Iwing very caroful and nnlnstakitijc hi our compounding nnd feel that, In all justice Mour own good health, ou should bring your next pre. ription heif. Here, too, you will find n complete nud display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perlumes, toilet preparations, and all standard remedies. For interior decoralini we carry Sind recommend ALABASTINC, the beautiful wall coating. Call and bco samples o( tints and ask us about tt i j 'ir nnvsutan has pre- t r.bcd a mdtcme (or vim to 'cfat ii PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky We Want vault (To b contlnui d - i Pp AND UUQB Tho Republican .MaysMi c linltetfn wrlteti this of O'HearTho thousands of voters l'i Kin tucky who itnd( for law mid onbr can see no difference in CnoliolUing tilt commonwoalth and In cleetlm' O'Ronr governor. O'ltoar eandidarj is on0 of tho mobt unforruinto things Hint ovor huuponod to tho Republi- HANDLE LIVE AND DRfcSSED POULTRY, EGGS, ICt, COAL, WOOL, HIDES, FURS, SALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. can party In Kentucky O Rears political propaganda meant) personal violence lititead of statute Uw Judg polltlo O'ltoar ) the dictator ot the ctate and It ,.ilnes he In above the law 'I ho xod voters of UenUirky will oo.'. kbou him tha they will stand fur no Dim slum-an- d will nm a few law nbiOip down bis tlirostt, not with DON'T BE TOO cENCROUS. with tho cement. I ni", iti , tin KOt from us. Remember tviat all oar buibi Ing miiterltls are mueii stronger thnr the ordinary und you can therolore use loss than ordinary quantities. If you llko we'll tell jou Just how to mix tlieni to get tno uosi rosunn in the least cost. Come in and ask ns. H, B. NorthGottr T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. Spring Suitings My new uprlng uud hummer Hainplw nro now roudy for your Iiiapeetlnn. They comprise, the best on the market 1 cun ult nnyono na to prlco who had J. A ALLEN, Stanton!. Ky. V 'iinpin elTett th it Hooe!f was in 1, pen, ml in oso i, y ir n o nrul wss to have te'l 1? '1" but with ballot. Tlist "toiv from lt,yuis i ide is , l'it Micternnn en his ar liko an ad for a Wild Aes r mado to our iuoobiiio In preforablo WartrHln 00 H'outndoull klnrts otI con- to retdy mndo clothos. To havo them . 'rtiik 1 (11 ' ( il'Olr Orntln. niiide n tu' a 'iro doesn't cost any an I 111 In i ' fv moro than rondy made when duality llO'lH 1 wi ' i t J rou pro 11 nnd fit la considered. Com0 in and ' ' .I I wo K n 1: J let mo tako your measure ttitorayou usr youruiiriiiB'e i M CONCRETING l,t 1 his clnthoM iiih(I0 tc order. A suit - Ehow PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. S.,l.i Wji,.int,ya1i4il)lni "f- - SCjmSS OPERATIONS . I f Mlsn Dora atraui) in ijhuhiuu CHICAGO MERCHANT i tho guest of friend. MAKES STATEMENT. : Mini lirrnln TcAten In spending J, II. Iliifttlo has been qullo III with th0 week with Paint Mok rrtntii'. After Spending Thotuandi of Dollars tin1 Dux for several da)s, a Mrr. It. Iloblnsonnml rhllJieti and Consulting tho Most Emlneut Mr I'rank Lee, of Mlddlosboro, returned Irom n visit to relatlvrs I Physicians, Ho Was Desperate. Stanford. They wcro ncrommti.l linn been tho guest of relative horoj CHICAGO, ILLS..-M- r. J. Q. homo by Mr. ami Mrs. 8m Hobim.. lor n week, returning homo today, Becker, of 134 Van Ourcn Gi., a or - SonK-rse- t Time. H. Nuniiolley, Mr. nml Aim. J. welNknown wholcsalo dry goods I'ort Worth, Toxns, iiro vlaitiiiK ni dealer, stales as follows: lias hoen tone h iir In Oklahoma t .. .nry "I hnvo had catarrh fop moro mntitor, Mm. for iU mtt yonr nrr)TC(1 M0nUv lllipisy MIH i " than thirty years. Havo tried HlOlia ntinntl lin. vnrnlfiin with llnmn fflk hC everything on earth and spent from Olathe, Kansas, whre Somorsot Time. By (akin;. Lyui V. P.nfclinm's tmiKht mm term. thousands of dollars for oilier Mr nHlI MrB citnrlm '. Vegetable CoinpouuJ medicines and with physicians, Mr. ami Mr. TtarUrw Jom ri.()f fp,)anmi mmmlnn, ,nB , par-without getting any lasting ro- TllO fnllowlliff Jrtti r from Mrs. Imek from a weak vWt to mmu of ther miK,1ort j,!B)1 Wirii III irive how iiiiwIm! ontH, Mr. nml M,m. K. M. Morman ni,h.pM(llnK lief, and can say to you that I Orvtlto Kink Uwvtl, )( WB,llira M. It Is for worn, ii t .ubmlt to tliu V altofi, JWxitiP rnHfiiy. havo found Pcruna tho only rem Bmitlmll. Tho wwKSim to tak pl.ic. it ) tTiitioti when JanjfrTa of a u cdy that has cured mo perMIm Mary IMrcli ia Ikhm from this summer t'mtrter .TonriMi. It nwy I nvntilr.) , nkinn l.jniln to manently. tatmhi mliL IMnkh.im's 'vmimiiwl. Mianntmi. Va., whert Oi Mis Anna IlrnnnNRhv of t'rah "Pcruna lias also cured my Hliovunfiiiirvw'lisl.itli 'loxpitul tart yonr. I 4 cliard, anil AHa AriMlr Hrana, mid miih' liotnc Milieu. ; wurto wifeof catarrh Shoalways keeps I'ioI. Wallor U. llnwer retiTHi ruobIA of Aire. .1. II. lIutchlnR. ran tlinii lofnr It In tho house for an attack of WM- - lllo AtuMwnRor. Irow Mt isttnw. , hum h l.ennui fituti'iiioilt. cold, which it Invariably cures in Mull "Tho ywiirt nco l'.w a very short llmo." Airs. Iliwnanti, of Crab Orchartl, i' hff Ha and a woat wcceaarul anvcrHy with a ill. I suUorcd .1 rharno of tho Alt StnrlliH? CIW Ytstliihrrmirtn. Mre Sue rtntO'-- r tim'!iieiii. i ooiiiu Alt. Vernon Signal. mi lie en my lent mr .rhool. SHOilT LOCAL NKWS .Mra. John It. loter will he hoto In I(- .Mr. Arthur tinnkln was homo lnt time. Jly tli)U-liu-i oa I imI at tho t'lirrcmt Chili mcetliiK. he mk from Allddlnsbotti, mr forfw-vi'i- i v iiKititlin hna been BUiylliR fnr th jmt few WeddlnR presents at .Mueller's ef without much relief 'Ihumday attcrmwn nt 2:3t. Una Mri. J. II. IMII, of l.ancnter na Ho KtM weeks. ami ntl.iht t to Imnmlue mo Come ono nml n to our home (M t(i Aim Arlmr for l.ren tho Riiont of her ilaiiRhter, Mrs. 'veek to accept a position with the 1 was mi operation. Campbell. Alontlcello cut xliow nndsfo all nations In Co. I.ohon riilcMKii Veneer . there four AdmlHSloti llfte 8c and MIkkoh llertln Jacknon nnd Jennlo News, KVdiicftiiiohnini'Biiffi'riiiB ,3 worse than before. Nimlaml, nri) vIsltliiR 111 Knovvlllo, Dr. V. J. ClilhlriwH was hero from Tor Sale On l.incaster street, m A')' 'LV et 'it (if lni inotliT niltlsiil Tonii.' llustonvl le Arontnty to fee lili si 'tor y I'l to l.yilU Dnrn, ch! fe-Mn. Alnrlnli Jncknon who has bona .Mrs. J 0 AmlerMin, wno has been iikjiii house mid lot. i;. I'lnkhiun h iKi'talil' Coiniiimiil, All now I mu wv II. JnckMin la hiKixc and cool house, etc I did ory sick for the past week. She nml TihI.iv nml utroni: with hor miii, John " nml do all my omi hoiiuiirk. I owu C. C. Good. onterdny to hor homo nt some better at this time. Airs. T. J I'rtco right. my liralth to l.yilni 1!. l'lnkhain'K . Mniloy has boon wlih her father, Vnpt'tnbU' rumimiiiid nnd nilvlyo my frloml who nro mllictiil with nny .tli Tlno Johlifon. of lncniter. Henry Catron, In Lincoln county a fmniilo ronipluint to try it." Mrs. Lu tho riioh of Mrti. II. D. AldrlRo. Iti:. COA1, Is tho best Tor cooking week or more nnd tnklns treatment Oiivii.LK IlotK, It. It. No.f. raw Paw, chlhlron. nt Iho Crab Orchnrd Sanatorium. vtoxeji and eventually you will use Aim. Snnfonl Allen and Michigan. It. Why not begin and sou what you If you nro 111 do not drapnloiifjtintll MnrRarot, Julian and K1lhotli IluMi Alt Vornon SIriuiI. but at ouro returiivil to their liowo at Mlllor-Imrnn oiM'ratlou It llm North (;nmui I.Ioyd Slnmstlii nan- - lot by not t.irtlim sooner? At t.iko l.yilla i:. rinkham'8 yenterday, nftor a several Company reports: Amnnt: the pnss' Duntianis yards at Stanlord and Uow-l. Coino'ind. ml. on the stonmihlp eekH stay with Air. and AIM. K. I. oncers gnllinc Tor thirty yoarn It lm't i tho stan(iormnn '(xk1b. KonlRln I,ul(. of the North dard roinnly for uoiui'Ii'h IIIh, mid lia.i On 1'rlday and Saturdr.y, Junu 30 ixnitivi'ly ri'RtoriMl tho health of s Muiil lino on Snturda). June 17, Mrs. J. W. Aeey, l with hor ribof women. Whydou'tyoutrylt? York for Nnplos and and July Ut all hats, flower, iUll, from New In l.ancuHtor. bons etc In my establishment vl be Halo. Kcstnurnnt, bakory, soda Mm It. S. llcndon nnd children, or (lenoa via Gibraltar nnd Algiers, wbb placed on the market nt Lelow i;ost. fr.uutnln etc., llTlng room nbovo. A Hirhmnnil, havo been gunata of herJAIlss Kophla Alcorn, of Stanford, lor spot caeh. .Miss Eila May baun " IiukIiioho ifiuou ftnnd nml nituinlhl I'ottlo. father, N. hat dem. nfo,tnnalo U TDe plaro In well funilklicd mid the ont to I.osI.ir., ll.ir.leiu to v. S. M. lKnn was compe-lettock of uroct rle rlRnrg etc., aro now .on jestnrday to do HO.no vork on SERVICE AUTOMOBILE U a Rood chnci (or fm ono ThU vtoxn&m tho revival services at Uf Cloan, ltellable Cars. line, there. th,. telephone on nc UANVILLi: MOTOR & r.LEGTUICCO For furthet to truikR good money Iloberts, of resbjterlnn clmrch this woek Mnrv l.ulso MIhh Ills jk.wctI.iI rnrtlculara rco U It. HiikIihh or W. I. Danvlllo, Ky. I. tho Attractive Ruest of count of Illness. LoulsMlle. MrCarty DanvlllelMona wor0 beplnnlnR to hTivo their J. W. Hutchinson on An entertainment that will put as eiicct, ana cauiu n ujivu vuhhhuvu w. b..II..Im,o Tho host maKailiip In the world Is Ave. " rtittil many people of tho better c oment w "" ""K'u of lll.u HoksIo Ioo Fowle. daURhter th Saturday KvonlnR I'oit. It hns not only amonR Into our town as will tho celebration wh inoro pood. hlRh class short fiction N. W. KoI... of Uils Place. wnS but to be neld June 21, wlll.be the than nny other tmiRazIno publlalU'O married yeatnnlay In CinclnnnU. to the member,, of that church. All f... .lid la la.,...l iin n un.il not only of nffording a delight(,f uie lnuuenvu ui ni ipivmunih ladlnii know what the Uidies Honie Mr- s- A- - ,olt" a londlnR citizen li.iv,, been far reachinR In tno ex- - ful entertainment to the people, but fitiitintl lulfd. I .il lititllt h liiiirrttil 1fi ntwl ! mir News Rill advertise to the whole Stato .,,, n month.' Lot tho Interior Jotirnnl ni,i,or Woods went to Mlha order sltlier or both of ttm,, fot ym;. ' our county, our town and th'o chnract 8tprIlllK tojaj- - t0 ho Iho Riiwt of or semi In your renewal of subscnp Kverybod) Is Air. Smith IlniiRhman, ot Stanford, or of our cltlrcnsnTp. her sister. Airs. Grovor C. Andenon liou. It can" sav0 you money. AIt. IlaiiRhmnn interested In making it.a favorable lg In tho city today. vv. S. Fish represents only net 'nnd to attend tho reception Riven the In presentation of who and what wo are anj strongest insurance companies. one of tho most prominent citizen ' V. C. Moore. Co. lntter by Mrs. W. S. Drye undur- Let us bo on hand that flay wearing 34 tf nd in Lincoln county and it is et him keep yuu protested. Hubert At. Smith, son of. Mr. ... ..- . oii mai no win cur Sunday clothes and wearing a UNDLHTAKU1I3 and LMUALMtHb Mrs. 1). M. Smith. Is the huoi or hie Huttonville, Ky is a Carriage painting, rubber tiring. ..rn......r..ni. Mr" nnd Mrs. .1 . II. Sheriff at th0 next primary. Heplace. smile of welcome. Telephone In Office Rood man for the important Let us glvc the glad hand to our anj repairing at prlcw you can't beat V. It. Smith, of t'lato, ha imistlP. visitors from tho neighboring coun- - anywhere. J. U. Ely, Junction City, 1.U0 tho Rtiost of Mr nnd Mr., Invlnc; served mos amy i wax. Advo- - tics nnd at tho hour of refreshment, Ky. '. for n torm Danville jMclty . show them tho quality of Lincoln U Mr J C. Oabnrno, of nirmlnphntn Cate. WOMEN PERSONAL and SOCIAL 2. Nigh 2 MAY AVOID aoation Time Is Drawing ......."... , ,, 8pa'i hr ,.. Yon Need- Something In The Way or tsagga&e. M Ours is large, live Leather Goods Department- - not an apology to fill an unused corner Matting Bags and Suit Cases, ti. - Ilrrf !', rw vi-r- IE tr lont i wr 1 ro.-t.im- special at $1.50. Cow Hide Bags and Suits Cases, 8 60-:- Ky-M'- $5.00 up. Genuine Walrus Bags, $6.50 up. Steamer Trunks, Tourist Trunks, Wardrobe Trunks, all kinds, sizes and prices. Agents NEVER-BREA- K guaranteed Trunks. Send for booklet;' it's free. - li-S- urn-Mur- Vi'Kt-tnbl- n 40-2- thou-Baiu- par-(tit- 1 (lrio '"''l The QUALITY in our leather goods is guaranteed and you'll find our prices lower than elsewhere. . .or-Mr- GRAVES, COX & CO Incorporated. 1 nuflL-nnln- r ". Ma-ton- LEXINGTON, KY. SnlnI will i'.nt. '?L0CJck. front of thc h'lir tl nt- nnlilir. ..... U..M nni -- treme.-Mlddleb- hoio Express paid for 100 miles on all purchases of $5 and over. fe - - ' riWIWWiHHBMBIiHH rri Ji nn. .. .AnA.,.. .lll HK..... a decided increase in i ' bn t k m f fm W 0NE imop or CURE Ma, was tho Riiost for several days of r & 4 BOURBON POULTRY PR12VI2NTS DISUASt! BOURBON POULTRY down the lliront of a coplnc chicken, dritroy. Iho wnrmi and tiveittiethlrlt llfr A Icwdripiln tho Jrlnklrj water culct ami rorthelrlmfntotVhllot)lArrhwlncHci aoJ IlUcUirad and other Jl.rovr. In lurlcy. CURE HAS NO EQUAL One 30c hotlle makca 12 Salt Ily ull"nt of ninlfcliic. CO. NEW STANFORD DRUG ", XVVSk-4- ' rS'iiti n AI parties havini; claims imaliut the .stato ot Frank Vniighnn. !. f imilroad ConmUstoner in tho reasod. will preaent them to me, Mr. Florence is n pniiiorlv proven, on or beltno the Second district. (.'ongrcssmim ot tormer LOOK OUT FOR THE PAHADE 1st dv or August, 1911 or boor ever nephew W. AI. Myers. i:ocutor. Ceorgo V. navison and has long TROUBADOURS barred. NAIIONAL UF Ky. Is Secretary. III. been active In Republican jiolitlcs. AFTERNOON, TUtSDAY Ite. 1). AI. Walker la back from 3. JO BY AL-TAU8 5n Louisville Herald I'lanterJVille. Ala. where ho vcnt to WHICH VILL BE GIVEN Catarrh Cannot He Cured GIRLS IN COSTUME. Willi I APPLICATIONS. 1U Itirj- - mnnot rpafa iiertorm the niarrlaRo tetemor.y becatarrh u a btoM r liw wmI p ilw ilmejw DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE I.rclo dw-itween hi joutmest Finer. V.l-ti ortlrr to rurr It uu mu.t DRILLS night lnt.rrul rruMMlir..and llall'a fhtorrri Curt, m taken tikt FAIRY AND A filork.il. rain roll Sun.laj W.ik. r and Munlnp NeeUj, of tdma illrMtly ih.hi tL r'iOil and fuweu. a'fl aria COMPOSED OF 40 LITTLE GIRLS, Curr and farmers are happy once more, MhMr Hall, lalarrti by onn 11 nul a quaia Ala l ol Uf lrtl It a WALTON'S NIGHT, la a rounlrr the downpour Iibriui about 'J:3fl and- In till,romp.-.- (or the ra ami utnlmmtular prrHrlpUm. TUESDAY to of tft night, tonsider- ItHbtM tnit blood punrws. artt-i- kltnan. cimiltlwo OPHRA HUUSE 8:30. cintlnued nearly all fllnrtl)' tn tlie Th prTtrl nmibluatwn ol tli. RHiriHia aurfan-atho rain 1wti i ble IlishtnliiR accompanied pm. twh Vomirtul inrr.linta t al.at He uwa tctimuclal., free. Ii cjrliiic ralarrh. tt S Hi,, loihlnooo or N. W. Kuwle on See the Natiornl Troubadours at and F J Oil- STY CU , Prut, lolejo. a .... ..... .. ..I. lv... ,1.11. HaM br DruwHta. prlee "V I. Walton's Opera Ho sc tonight. Tali, ilall UraUv UIU lor coirtipathi. r ,iel no one was hurt, and but lit- - ilamajto. lieyoml til iUR set oral Bi.v'ff'awwwryHiaCTaEiwgqaft t'aEgBgncnwwaaiBBirinaBW H ninll-cfclrM-rttc . Warron. MIhi CMihorltie GroRiwy .ud Alat j'tiii (ir.Mtoiy, of Orvil o. who! havp boon Roosts of their t;raiidfatho-JudR- o m up to Jnmoi . Ualley, Crab Orchard Suturdsv to vl.lt their uncle. J C. Ilalley and family Mr. and Airs. Shlton 8a u Hoy left Sunday for Cerubsan Spnnn to at tend the summer nicotinic of thi Ken tnck l'rosa AMOclatlon. ') which ho li-- r Ml.. Neville railway The Loul.vlll,. coiuemeu io snip it ..--i u." " Saturday evening at Junction City. (.nivw Mitrhellburg, IlirkHVlllc, Switch, Lebanon. New llurm. Uoston Lobaiiou Junction and Sheperdsvillo for tho accomodation of Matoiii. ro- turnliiK lunn,. after tho celehratinu of Ht. John's Day at this p nco. riMintv AI hosnltalltv. claims nsalnst :nrtln McCormlcU, (loconsoit will prosont thorn properly vrlti.iil ft rrniilrril liv law. In me at ome K. S. Alcorn, attorney for Ato- ren VcCoimIcU, udralnUtratrlx. person having tho pstHto ol will Inloss or George 1. Bright makes a salve damage by hall. You should have It. prices be.or that will cure white swelling carbuu ft. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168. om prices. See him for you buy Aouress Crab Orchard, Ky. cles, bolls, bono felons, cuts, corns, . Remember tho Troubadours at UV Oeorge Florence, of Stanford, one also wiro cuts, harness sores and scratches on ylur horses. Uuaranttcd Opera House tonight t 8:30. ot tho best known young lawyers at to cure. 25 and 60c a box. tue Uncoln colinty bar. wir be a can- For S?alr A s'plendid milk cow, P. O. Box 15)9, 'Phono 2li fresh, llowan Saufley. dldale lor the Republican nomination I . 3S-U- section of Lincoln county. If tho present birth rate continues. Or. Illckle, who canio to town to attend tho meeting of the Lincoln County Alcd Iral Society Tuesdiy, reported that In hls territory twelve boy babies been bom In the past eleven weeks. tho HuWm ra,. ,n iiayl JTe In Stancourthouse ford a J425 Star piano, brand new unrt a hplendld instrument. Terras $25 cash, balance J10 a month at G per i ent Interest. K. J. Ford, Danville, Col I. I. Chandler, Auctioneer. 4tf-3- p "' HAIL For $1.50 per acre J. D. Steenbergens sells, builds, re- pairs nnd adjusts scales at rocK not- - sure your tbacco against 30-2- 4 fF T" w no ml si) tT 1 Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Y Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrncck, Roup, Canker,. Uiarrtioea and all Diseases or Poultry MIm K.bfl Brynt. BfjMown, K.T.. M4 (or yeriJtbiflkUlKc bt r: I Kve umj Rmp cum Spt tod liniLct twek without f il. potiitrr t f roeJy todt, 4--1 a i Ky uyu WiUCoom(UMWown, Ooc dto? of Keope 411-4- 4 droprn tWn thtUIIof 8Pnj I ti the chKLcti bUa tb wona j.U relieves lh claKkiotiiatly. preventive I have ever uaed. Robt. Cru.cc, Bardston, Ky. Mfg. 2nd Gturintced by J. Price ell Dru$iju. bt I3ctt HI PENNY'S DRUG SOLO IW STORE S .ANFORD,, KENTUCKY. aaMwiiBiiwiaBBaBMMMBa 'V with soot was dane. Hi" tr.pi'tlus; conducted bx Hev An .lohiicon in the M. thod.fct drew church continues with i.nabated iruuse u- t aiiU n. ui h good for the ( CtiUt is beltu mco.uplltdied. rt'Oiu - - THE SEASON'S BEST VALUE IN SUMMER WASH MATERIALS uawcuaxuazv A Welcome Change Smoke curling up from the farmhouse chimney as the men are coming in from the fields, gives a pretty suggestion of a good supper and a comfortable home. But it also means a hot, tired woman, working hard over a blazing fire. Your wife can 'escape this with a Mew Perfection Oil Cook-stove. H a M m m m M EM DEI 'Sk"jLjji 'iLM.x. i.sa-. -r- -v 4 Perfection keeps a kitchen many degrees cooler than any olher range, yet it does all a coal or wood range can do. It saves tune, labor and fuel. No wood to cut ; no coal to cany ; no ashes ; no soot With the New Perfection oven it is tho best cooking device you can find anywhere. A New Imuc ruimtwu uumtyi. . i . . ii mUtU trfHJgiKM, IM A tnu Maw!? ot wwboul imr&tf kiovtu wa U Un. top. vi h u tiucJ will divp titcNc. M(U tth 1, 2 and, 3 Urnttu vritK loor luruuou tl wh or vrit n nwi J 3 POINTERS: i .'iid I .' i tomter-it- t a ml munev siitwtituie booJ . The i me I,.yata9 loely tTTXJOTTT1TeTrV'm'TTTtSnXifr'Arr' y vei or i run ri, WtMaV''' " bihiud lUum Vou nout U linnior TitTiW-f- u uly the tn'l 'ml no subMliutes, .n :i ii aiumtaid qmit at Cafltry Mi i: a- 'jLTS m m . ..&, wM. . Haflll-- hot r.nARS LINEN SUITINGS over shot with lavender, bluo and black, a most doslrablo 27 Inches wldv, pi ho ier yard 25c pink, light blue, gray and tan shades, SILK STRIPPED DIMITIES A brn1 en ..Rsortmnt, tho lot Includes M.ld all seai-oat lUc a yaid, S, in. lies wide, now ZVtc. very light and dainty, colors aro green, ZEPHYR GINGHAMS The Ideal hot v eathtr Ubric, rotoa for being blue, black, pink, chocks' and Btilpci.. 30 inches wide, per ynl 19c. variety of pattcrna to tolcct from, 27 FICURED FLOWERED AND STRIPHD BATISTE Altnoit an oaalMs mclie8 wldo, per jard 10c. , SERPENTINE CREPE Avory popular fabric m al the now dIm-- 37 Inches wide, prlfjp per yard 19c. grounds. J7 Inches wide, per yard Uc. DAINTY PATTERNED FIGURED AND S' RIPPED VOILES, on white DOTTED CHALLIEC, Just opened, colors, blaciis giound with dots, whito ground with (lots, 3d Inches PIN wldo, per yard 19c. , prlco por yard i2';,c. Inches wide, all new UeBt quality. 3 PERCALE wide, verv Hue nuality, aurplsingly good for tho price, per yard 122c. WHITE PERSIAN LAWN M Incho. cMnonmrRFn weather fabric, ! m M m H H m m m M M M m dos-isns- .i. of Town Customers. Railroad Fares Rebated In Cash At Our Transfer Desk Until July First. ATfENTION-O- ut jwn7Brjpimx.T' A C)i! IowcUmu. dc DetWii mrvlteit for dcaip Cook-Stov- e; I,,, Culeinnn's. ,i i, i' , hi i nine for tl'.n .iter I'ooier &. t'reaia have ..' T1 " "J mifill lAUf I UI mt1VfrmfWHTW Standar J Oil Company . lacorporal.tl STEWART DRY GOODS CO., fJWBMS122maKL!lll!itaiafl incorporated. - LouisviHe, Kentucky. xuhLUusii COFFEY Phone 19C COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. J tSaSSLLaflLatEafi JWfr mu. wm s,xuamttAuaxmmMm l4. . l.- -- ) - Oxfords v Hanna's Green Seal "THE MADE-TO-WEA- New Goods Once more we call your attention to our Summer Clothing. 1 f R PAINT" At your own price in Tan, Oxblood Brown etc. $3.50 value, reduced to $1.98. Hi stood the test of time and hat been improved fn quality with the patting rein. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be wed. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QCAtrkX $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. u a difference. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. Tim tUvw Heel V have Men'a Voting Men's nnd Hoys'. Price from here. $5 to $30. Any- thing, you cnu find In New York can be found time you will too andsavo raony. If you try us one 8HOE8.AND Ladles, LOW SHES. Boys. Velvet, The printed formula appear on every package of Hannah Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith Jt'r eeei Wi BH Gn'lmcr Mla'ea and Wa offtr you these new styles. Id Suede, and VIcU In and attests the confiWence the: aalcerr 0ld Hock Patent Ijico the standard of nil bran da. Pants of auy kind of tb fin est talkirlng la the world. Call and have-i- their product. L. L. be convlced. roe sals. - r CRAP ORCHARD MORELAND IN MEMORIAM KY KY SANDERS B. PRUITT- GEORGE HUGHES, MARTIN & CO, POSTED. THE FARMERS Father Leo, Vi. I). King. J. T Martin, Sarah U. Martin, Fred Ilandort, Strayed or Stolen 3 steers, under till In each, ear. Howard for recovery , a. 3. Shelhy, Shelby City, Ky. For Sale Two nice tobacco beds, Kstl.l Carter, phone 189-- rings, Stan- ord exchange black Uerk&hlre For Sale .1 ghouls; two males, one female thr;o montlis old and as good ones as vnu II J. Mcltoberts ever 47'. For Sale Second Hand McCor-mac- k M. II. Lytic, phone binder. 46-446-Z- FLY NCJS Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Stanford, Ry. Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers 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. 'at, In loving remembrance of mj dear grandmother. Elizabeth Loarh. And has sho gone forever gone, and left us liere to weep, till wn are fall ed to follow her an In the grove to sleep. Hut slnca she could no longer stay, to cheer us with Iipi hue, we hope to 'vllh her again, in yon der bright world nbove. Her lovin granddaughter Bnlloy. n-- a SUN 5riDt5 Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. For T wsBK ft "iTirrt msi '"-1- C FOR SUMMER DRIVING tho comfort of both horses and drivers should bo specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our completa assortment of horse goods. Flora aro llgt, hue strong and durable, single nnd double harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a Hill line ot work harness of tho best auattty at flat prices. la 183-- 47-- W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. The following letter, written by n fonuer Kentucklan In CafTeyvllIc, Kas., to the Winchester News, Is of bpcclal interest in Lincoln for many Lincoln county men hate gone westward In search of better things: "Allow me to say the 'ongor I live and tho more of this old mundane hemisphere I see tho moio thorughly I nin convinced that the Jiiuegrasa region of Kentucky is equal to any part of tho United States, and a hundred times superior to almost all part! ot the world I have ever seen. "Your country is moro popular here in Kansas than you giro yourselves credit for a. home. And "hy? Because mankind knows not how to appreciate a gnod thing until it Is Uiere would f as hard as tho comwork mercial clutij of our Western cities work the emigration wo Id soon be from West to East. Instead of from East to West. Your Slate today can lost. one-hal- If you people DONT WAIT! DONT DELAY! You may have bought one pair of Oxfords but you will need another. Here is your chance to get a real BARGAIN in OXFORDS L. L. SANDERS. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Mr. Farmer. WE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY Or WHEAT SACKS TO HANDLE THE PRESENT CROP. WHEN YOU HAVE A THRESHER READY SEND IN AND GET WHAT SACKS YOU NEED. SHOULD YOU NEED S"CKS FOR HANDLING OATS, BAKLEY, RYE AND SEED WHEAT AND WISH TO STORE SAME YOURSELF WE WILL FURNISH YOU WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT OENTS EACH. WE HAVE QUITE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON 8ACKS, AND THIS SEAIN HAY OLD STOCK SON OUR SACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST lrt TO HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL BE MORE SATISFACTORY YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL BE TO US TO HAVE YOUBUYWHAT SACKS YOU NEED FOR STORING GRAIN. ipamph-lctWE HAVE SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL FOR THRESHING book with the advertising, prepared by quacks throughout PURPOSES AND WANT TO SUPP LY YOU. the country. Address, 603 Washing4S-- I ton SL, Nuffalo. N. Y. LIGHTNING KILlS FEW. Uurksville, August 15 I days. In l'JUC lightning killed only It, 'J days. Urodhcad. August 163 HAPPY MARRIAGES people lu this wholo country. One' days. Fern Creek. August 10 Shepherdsville, August 22 I day. chances of death by lightning are of knowing tho laws London, August Are the result 224 days less than two In a million. The chance of health and nature. All the Know- Erlanger, August 2.'! 4 days. of death, from liver, kidney or stom ledge n young man or woman, wife Liberty, August i'i 3 days. ach troublo Is vastly greater, but not or daughter should have, lb contain- Cerniantown, August 21 3 .days. days. Augi t --"J If Electric Bitters be used, as llobcrt ed in the People's Medical Adviser, Somerset. Hardlnsburg, August 2s 3 days. Madten, of West Burlington, la., prov by II. V. Pierce, M. D. big Nlcholnsvllle. August 2! 3 dayj. This ed. Four doctors gave him up after Home Doctor Hook containing IOCS Bardstown, August 304 dajs. days. eight months of suffering from vliti- pagui with engravings nnd colorod Franklin, Augtist 313 days. I'arli, September Itnt liver trouble nnd yellow Jaundice, plates, and bound In cloth, (nearly Moutlcello, September 5 I davs. Ho wag then completely cured by 700,000 copies former y sold for Jl.r0 Alexandria, September days. Electric Bitters. Thej're the txst any one tend Mount Olivet. Sept. 5 4 days. each), is scut fre. to . days. September stomach, liver, nerve and kidney rem ing 31 stamps to prepay Hodgenvil-eSeptember 6- -4 days. cost ot wrapping and postaso. Thcro Sunders State Fnlr, Louisville, Sep- edy and blood purifier on earth. On y Kentucky 50c at Penny's Drug tore. art) no conditions to this offer nnd tember 116 days tho reader muM not associate this 4-6 one-cen- ts oirer more inducements to the man hunting a home where n MUng can be easily made, health, pleasure and longevity of llfe will be guaranteed by the natural climatic condition? FAIR DATES KENTUCKY and the rutults desired are a most certain to follow an honest effort for The following are the dates fixed n livelihood. You can nverage each holding the Kentucky Knl,r for ea,r about two bushels of grain tu for as lar as reported. Olilcers of i'Jtl ourt one. Your turkey crop Is worth tnlrs are ceqursted to eport to us more than all the swine raised in any oml'slong or corrections of dates (Jeorgetown. July 255 day. Kansas. .llltv ?fi 1 llftVS. ' Innnatpr I""- - kuuk ..usiuu i uuiu rircuiuiuenu Danville, August 2 1 day '" every tanner in Clark county Versailles. August 2 3 days. hat Lexington, August 7 R days. move to Winchester nnc mako It Aug. S I day. modern 'Parts,' and let iih hungry. Russell Springs. days, Unlontown, August unfortunate people out West here rayloravllle, August 8 I days. roruo back there and rent your farms HurrodsburK. August 5 t days. days. as we have leaned by experience wo Vnnceburg, August I) I days. can make more money there on rent- Elrabethtown, August Lawrcnceburg, August 154 days. ed land of our own. Leltchfleld, August 154 days. -I In momorlam of Mrs. Ellzn Dlautoit who departed this ife. May ".Utli, lail. (lone but not forgotten by her She many friends nnd relatives. leaves a loving father, Mr. Malon Irvln, six children nnd several sisters and brothels to mourn her lost. Weep not dear friends tor her loss is your gain. She has gone home to her Blessed Salor, where she will nover have to part ngain, as sho said in her dying hours bho was going to her sweet home. Sho is happy now with her dear companion, who left only a short year ago, where now they can sing around their Savior and Oh, what a grand Ills angel. thought to know her sorrows ore friend, ended forever now. earest though you bave left us here, thy lost I deeply feel, but tls Cod wno has bereft tu; he- care all our sorrows ahead. A precious one from us has gone, a :volco we loved Is still; a place is vacant In the home, that never ran be filled. Cod In his wis do in has recaLvd the buotn of love he gavc us, so while her body slum bers here he,r Soul Is gate in heaven. A friend. - Hot Days f J. C. McCUAY, Stwtfert. Panama Hats NEGLIGEE Mohair Suits LOW - RHEUMATISM CURED) BY THE MARVEL OF THE CENTURY, B. B. ED FOR 30 YEARS. fST Soft Collars ..... 1 85 Aching bones'swollen Joins Permanently cured throtigb the blood with pur Botanical Ingredients. Ti prove It we will send you Sample Treatment Free It you have bone pains, sciatica or i.'iooting pain up and dovin ihr ler, sxalng bade or shoulder blades, swol len Jotatx or swollen mucla. Ultll- culty la moving around so you havn to use crutches; blood tbln or skin pale; skin itches and bums; fhlftlnc pams bad breath, lumbugo, gout Botanic Blood Balm '(B. B. B. which rn moves every symptom, becau.se B. B. B. sends a rich, tingling flood of warm, rich pure blood direct to the paratjzed nerves, hones and Join's, giving warmth nnd strength Jut where It Is needed nnd In this way making a perfect lasting cure of rheu matlsni in all Its forms. B, B. B. has made thousands ot run's ot rheumatism alter all other lb'.ftlclnes, liniments and doctors nave lalled to help or cure. DIU'UOISTS or by express. 11 PER I.AKUE HOT- TLW SENT FKEE by writing BlooJ Balm Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical advice giv en. Sold by Shugars and Tanner. SHIRTS Silk Socks SHOES at LOw PRICES Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. Ml II I 55 53 UH uaren s m Oxfords ,, b FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY - J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD.KENTUCKY. CLOSING OUT SALE AT AUCTION STRONG- It My entire Btoclj of goods will ho disposed of at auction at my place In Crab Orrhard, Ky, on Saturday, June 24, Hill- Tho stock consists of Notion1). Dry Hoods. Furnishings, ladies' and Cents Hose, ShlrCfe, Over nils, Pants, Embroidery, Lace, White & HoodB. Lawns, Bleached Cottons, i Percales, w.i UNDERTAKERS AND i. ';M.t (inghams.India Linen, .Outing C!))th, Itlbl'ons, Duck Table TO-DA- Y. Cloth, Sntteen, Mohair (Jhlnawnro ALSO DEAL. Muney-fnfTinware, L ClasVaiv, Scales, Showcases and H'aiiy other JMbiFufNJTURE, MAT-things too numerous to iiier.lon. Ha'c begins at 10 n. in., sharp, Make your home aj modern for your family as n fee, MR. FAKMEK: TING8, RUGS. THEY WILL roln or shine. residence, and place youreelfin a position to get the latest market quulatiom GEO. B. HARRI8 FURNITURE EXCHANGE at any time. This can ho aconrupliehed by ineane nf our iephoua service Crab Orchard, Ky Col J. P Chandler, Auctioneer. which you tud your neighbors cau get for a sum that is Miajl compared with FOriUH KlND3'flfpCJ. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER the benefits, received. Call or address our nearest niilce or write direct to KtaCiVETHEW.A CAURICE I am the agent In this section jeadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding- - our speoial "Far RIGHT. for tho Great Ameilcan Steamship niers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoyiuj; telephone service, w KY STANFORD, points. cau immediately interent you. Our Hues cover the State of Kentucky. European line to all . 10 ud you think of trave'lng. Tennessee, Miwittippi, Louisiana and tLe Southern portion of Indiana M. 8e no, when Hob 'PI Office 'Phona Iff. jrTANEQRD, KENTUCKY. W. LANDQRAF, EAST TENNE88EK TEL. A TEL. CO, Illlnoi. (iHPOKrORATKt Waynmburg, Ky, J.L.Beazley&Co J. C. McCIary - And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. o Everything from baby's first soft solec to the stylish Pump or Oxford for your growing daughSURPLUS $25,0 00 ter or son. That's the scope of children's department. A variety Open an Account With us that isn't even approached for completeness elsewhere. Our prices are low but never so low as to &UKAL TELEPHONE. allow any unreliable footwear to find a place on our shelves. We lllusirate one 01 the many styles m stock. PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING t'Vr W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARI KENTUCKY, I -- iajg."' 'JHiis'-t..'- ':' jajx; SB3