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The Stanford interior journal: June 23, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911062301_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 23, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. in Wi 'i"wi w;wir "iPwFn1 w !iij ,i MMwjf'S")1 B illlMiIl k VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 49. The Stanford Interior Journal STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KCNTUCKY, FRIDAY JUNE 23, 1911 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. If i , ! fo I .' bAS t V l- . - )f y t o o a "$ K 111(7, J times; George W. Dehord, Mill to her, "A gentleman donl "The old follow Invlttd hII of them patriotic obedience to the law of thr IRELAND REPLIES IN DEEP SORROW J. It. (lltker.ion, Levi T. Knler stairs (old roe to tiring this ui ("'into tho Home, mid I tell yon I felt In ml ft In which thpy lire. It uncour-gefWMlt j , nwya Ity, tempernnic, telce; W. .1. Hdmlsinii, I tlnn; joh" nnd banded to lier the watch t mhly ariiienmjsli whm they ratfe up TO PROF. COLVIN STANFORD BOWS. (liietav (leleel, V. M. Phillip, O. B. from the chain of which swung tho onto (lip porcls where I was. On,, of prudence, fortitude nnd )uatlm, brotn love, Iwllef ami truth. It Maarmie emblem .'he haul noti th Ihrm Mid wiliti'tlilnK alnxit my bnlni erly l.yne. DISCUSSION OF THE WHEN NEWS OF MRS. E. C. WAL- tho widow fithora thft orplnu FURTHER Mranner wear. There waa no tnee- - Iik ky enoiiRli not to nave been born. Some Llraoln History r TON'S DEATH REACHED HER SCHOOL TOURNAMBNT ranee, Imt In limn to luni a nhnre In all the and prntoctii tho rnipernnnnated man wortl neiu jiage and no PEOPLE SPRINGFIELD tlion tlier all went Into who Irnn been loyal In his nllogtance Celebrated By. In 187T) To lie Royally a Ifitw KetHwky Rirl, In a dlntant trouble, nnd trolmf Id trowMee growing fHale, a ahe imt that IlUe square and be limno and Imd . drink of old apple to the craft. Within tho tiled dnor out of war prejudice Kill ebarhtftoil The md, and news thai In aa much to we offered a prelnde iieiio Masons Here Saturday rooipaen undet' her pi lrw, npon It brandy. VVfien' tltoy all rame out the ot Ire Lodge room, theto I mi d.s by a tew mentor of IJacota I to the article from I'roi. t'olvtn In Cook Walton, botoved wli.- - m ,i k roll aaleor), with the afreet ajeeurance'cnlonol told hla entertainer that a ilncticn hy reason of worldly wca-th- , No. M a nnmlrer of It MaiHlitjra'wHIi 1 ueaday's Issne, we deem .It bat fair C. Walten, rornior editor oi tin piper atrauger, the LINCOLN LODGE TO BE H09T3 TO 0r(Htd -t (f ,lM. that In tile rourtoom nnd her broth- - fuard wmitd lib placed at the gate of worldly rank or honor, all moot had died In an Atlanta, G.i . p.tal down at the road, nnd that hla propa level, nnd (Hiually nhare tho bur- to offer one to the nrtlcle by Pibf. PROMINENT BROTHERS FROM tiicay grant"! (torn a cUniter and had both her father'.! cast a gloom ovw overy nihiimmt er protection within the range of my ahom) RtR b dlatnrlied. They den and tho privilege. It's locret Ireland. Slno the Co:vln publica- ol Ihey eatabmhed BUiifonl l.txlae No. OVER STATE LITTLE Stanford. White Wr. i iium in- - rnllopeil aHF, and I went In and pack ymlHillam, rites and cereuionloa are tion we find that cltisens from 413, camrxwed rt tan lWrowiMg oir eaay call. What It meant ahe PATROL COMNQ I.awrencburg, one from llarrooslmry wn known to liHo been in jioor tlrly Knew, trnt all that It ed away under my lielt na much eorn gnnnled by the itrongeat ftaaoom Oareon, ilaater, John years, i her bread ami fat meat a could hold, j and while It tollclta no nuui to Join and one from Iinraater, the latter health for ntlfnboT of Day and'H Meeetck, Swhir Warden. John M. meant ene may never www UatMrday I at. John a ml (listen of the gospel, have stat- death whs not expected mm nor KOHtHehy matron, Aa a dignified then etrwok out and caught w with it ninka, m long at man loved lili will Reed, Jtwttor Warden. Jnma Itotton, l.lncoin county lodgo of Masons friends and family wore not if ill march to our army. The next day ! aurrend- fellow man, nnd as long na man keeps ed tlmt the Stanford end of tho ttM by boat to their brotbera of the Htate. Treasurer, X. It. Cnrnnti, Secretary, ah will watch the aa published in our Ugue of prepared for Iho, shock. Mrs. Wa.nit Oo Mwe or. ered at Appomfitto. wTll be held (Jreenbery N faithrnl breaet and a friendly hand, IlrkSHt. Senior Deacon, morrow and at tho A maglnccitt celebration was born In Itnatonvllle, thu cin.nr, -IH hear the allent rrwtnr that wo The rwilly .remarkable raet about Mnmnry will arttll prevail and attract mat woek, waa correct, and vouching , at the Tate Woodland oh the Homer Jobn . Myers, Junior Deacon, U. B man will offr r for the who that all thla, It eoain to trio now, la that to Ita ranks tho rich and tho poor as the. will for the corrcctneaa then-or- Lt yam ago, and' waa the loi.tth set wlhe and thoanaade iX Maaona t'a dwelt, Tyler, tbe remaining mom-aH- Maeoalc emblem was. It necessarily follows that Ihey dang trior of Jaiilen M. Cook and Lnry heu I took 0m Master's degrs, Itlln'lke. their frtonde are ox pasted to Wo here being IMuM N. Vaadheer, can not vottcli for tho truth and Be'lo Bailey, the Jailor a sii ter ot Mnantiry, innd 4eamod vtiat it waa Checked By a Shjn ' rd CoM. K. II. Wooda, John M. Hail, of eonnicttng statemenbi. Judge James Iter family that tho old man dlt to hold Short Tfioie Intondlng to bring dinner ar0 Celeb- - Jaino. A. llarrto, A. (I. Myere, Jokn At lonwrrow'a Maeonle the names was one of the We purnoeoty wlth-hol-- WI'" troops Ip in I.in iu chock, he bim f j rmeited to dppoait of 8 I ml ley. Win. a. I locker, Tho. FI. tholr baikeU ot these disinterested parties for it county hT Sherdlan'a "1 aawjn rtmtment and entertowawnt tloH rutislc t and for years had been a neirpi to ooimr the degree." Klnli wltl, ti8 commiWoe of laillesho will auiue tort wilt be furnished on Main Hhanha, An. U Hall, George I). Hop - cavalry halted one hy an old Virgin U lint ilMilrml to draw them Into the ono. In her v.irner Jttond INttMtslh grounds. on tho Th dinner '"! 0tcuwjlotli ,mt lf lt bec0me8 tloceg dn!f Jlrs. Walten was a atreet ot (be town until the arrival pr. George P. Bright, ICdward R Ian. who had no anaa )n Ida band noted M. and who didn't speak a word," aafd P. be seivvd altogether under the sup- - sary Chrnault. Jamea B. ol the 10:4 train trow I.uIbvI.i their naraos can .ncl will lie that charneterlstio Iiolnt,' lather of this oommlttoe. Wwe number i alhot, John V. Pettwa, B. H. Bryant. Juale A. Cowby, Uia (rfan't aenteant - orvislou a The Maaerml Lodge of boston ptaywhteli wlM Brtmt given nnd that too under n signed marked throughout her fnmliv Sjto Alford Sunbor, O. II. crow, J. r. Per- - of the Second District police force tC a cougfttodiis part in the hiwory ol ot vlalttMg MaoHa. rtatement thnt Stanfotd l correct In grew to womanhood in tho quaint old Aftor the anlTal m Uelss uaw, t ' tm, J. m. Duhs. It. I.. White. W. II. "it waa during the retreat 'from Pe-- this eotintfy. On Docember 10, 1771, every detail. town or her birth nnd m Deo mber lino of march will bo ofod In front filler, John M. Rochester. J. C. I lays j teramirg. In April, IMS. tho day bo- - the membera or the Hoston ljdge, "llieee people fere eye wltnosjies to I Mil, became tho bride ot Mr. Walton aurrondercd. I had after tho BtooilnR wa. over, dburutawl J. II fore (Jeueral ot tho lodge room, asd tbtf Jtnaotw w. II Oontir, John game anJ and to them were born three children, tho he,Hocer, A. A. McKraner nod N. B lieoM sutkmed here aM a military lel- - themaelrut atf Indians, went alixywl BEAUTIFUL NUPTIALS AT HOMEIfrom ,lle numi,,. cud fcolr gvotia WW othor witnesses two ot them surviving. Miss Lucv Leo , egrapn jum oriore u.e HrtMh Stts and threw Into tho picnld groMHM. too urnsr m m niuters. rfiernjcr, nut ... OF BRIDE ON WEDNESDAY who corroborate them, lt would seom and Master Olnlbornc Cook Vnl'ou, .. .. men hold their meetings In Richmond waa evacvatod I waa or- - harlmr 3IJ Heati of tea. The V- TIMW wtU he aa fotows: MORNING. that Prof. Covin has filed a mlnorltv the lormor being hero on a i,lt to migfiw and the same hall, naod by l.lmoln Iodg dered to skedaddle and join the army ton Tea Partf was the flrst Mg Ma- with UtU Patrol report, which. In a democratic counaunt, Mrs. 0. B. Cooper, and j; iio. m, hot of rouran m dllfereHt "1 wm aomxwed to be c ose to w,nc ceiebraoii ever I eld In tMUi WodnondaV morning at J o'clock at try like this, amount to naught her of aourte denied the sad prlilegb I Nights. re- - country. dfWwT beadqtmrtera oh the Pralertwl raterconrse was uen. Tyler with Toiorrow there will be lhe prUy country home of tho bride's Ilia defense, though exhibiting some ol seeing her mother before the end emekaagod MUhV Lodge htaaosw. between tre two lodxos treat. Imt considered myself mlgh roftee mi tho plcnlo RroundR for every Tail"!', Mr. Wm. Beck, tho eeronwny sUroltnoos, is nolntloos In place: A little over 15 months ago, Mr. and m November r. 187S. bnnherly ty lucky to got any place whore 1 h0j, but hoc.h drop of tea Proas lland. win seld which Joined in the holy mhI reminds uaof the totort of the Waton sold the Interior Journal o Kalghu Tomohw. jwva triumphed thP two lAtdgos were rotiM hoopia wholf akin ad out ot bonds of wedlo.k, Mlsg Cyntbln South- - body servant of Uon. IJragg to the Its present ownerand moved to r- -' reech of Bherldan' cavalry, that did- Htanford tcnsNWiidated: Chaplain ad OnMava. Idg ...& u , erland Bock and Mr. llary K. Thon.p-- lacky boy of Gen. Forrest during the bur not finding the r unatu Its' not glv, vm toy peace for a. hour at iroBdered It. charts. WMlVrttit ilraud jotm Otscofa, of Cer IHnir. Iowa. The homo Civil War. The discussion was over there Hiut thoy had hoped ten, vent , Band. memiwraaip ana property nmainga.ia Una, it toomt to aw I wm gener- y decornled with palm;. ,i. ,i,i- - merits of the two aenor -further south, locating nt un milo, "" ,""V """ Ibetame a part of Waroln lxidgo No. 'July WW tt. wagon fmln. Md tnere ittnena and rrlseida teld dnteW and uotto.1 nUnts. FromI after Hstoftln Klti., when- - he Is one of tte emm - ot Mi '60. Unooln Oeontu ay mi to hlsadvoraary1. 1B r loy. ro- - tho Orlando Keporter-Sta- r P"olou than all oti " Mrs. J?! , a has a tiaoows ry In Kentucky ' wt" 'or"'?u ol ""do" wmen gKJI,(jeii . cwiggcr, jou tai.KB ami you Walton began o lo3e strength several ft them put together. ' f . There are n Uaeohs. coowty lo, Lad to one wnuer cf tho parlor whco'Mig8 Uut you never ocat, yon irtloa of our' wagvaa. and then It,, balarjoo over. weeks fclace and wjlh the liof ot HOveral .Masons who participate. actively in( T)MW ttK iu Keatucky 107 Manor k wottaJ have to get out to aragfethe mamage altar v.au arrange j. To Mli rnti aren'tes. bttt you nev- - bHlidlng up her Impaired sy-.i, the of their lxdge. la aa-- ljoiwtm vHK , acttrtr rsabrsrlp ot Iro our cavalry and infantry fcid the airferptieea of MeneUsbon's marctt !er ascertnfmi tw aubjoct"). dgvoted husband had gone with her ismi there were Ave! In the y wdiiwa thereto, there are m largo attm-- . ol their, poor to them, tho support BeJ- reply: to a hospital In Atlanta, Following is Irof. Ireland', I In Kentucky under awoetly rendered by Miss .Bllen M'uni.ig. her who lor different reasons no kmg- Wld, mmt orahans Home at'louU- "We ore g'ttlug pretty well up VaaHlc . the little nonon girn. jiuaes Kdltor Interior Journal: . cf tn Grand Lodjte tho. Juried there with her on Monday night Tho actively in r aartlcUMle villa, thflT pay ngoMairy I '.n.0b. tho eonatry, marching and Renting cf Virginia, "qn raul ciyiui In answer to i'roi. fc, nieces i t from their remote nit- - lKl ' trip proved two much, however, and way. when one day ' amnu ssoetlngs, but tbey ore nil men whooe Iho Hoc was foaaded In lsCJ and aU awl took their places. w0 ha,-- tjila to say. We wrote tho) she pcisiod away Weiluosday. ru-i- de bri,i' to the through a nation rmni ie parent Grand Lodge. stMl are onto ear. aa the rst otto la the world to to MOM I Was going it alone In the Interto-- ; I Li n alelltaii Vt.ialmn.l asH.l 1.. U .' tne ft " i part of wed on V? 1Mb; day of'l tn rl"nt t,d tbey w nv ouanini iiUBUtiu nilU I'll! VII. v words of reeoaaliloa. sad whon good rrntemal ord.tr, tut aloeo.'Of woodland aad came on a October .. ": wvumtum. i vr.... JOrnai Kimmui . r ... -. .... .tlj. Mrs. Walton la survived by low Bis year, to meet ,ln tr of that . .... ..- - as. rtalu hands ail I respond tj ih fra- - Mnnt and OQulamoat cost ni.J,tiiK).on, boautlful (nxlng Just at the edge mi i mi. r iu-" "Va'Onic nail at r,exfaBtoit, Ky.. and aecnt urctnor yw uie unue. men ..Th Tournamsm. Urlii Mrg 0- - ji. Cooaor of thlB p;.u , feraal dasa. i nsu act a muiithlut Ll. given UM now. r at ihu time n widows . Catherine Bee bearing tho roiiti0n on the part of the ropresen- - Mrs nolQrt y tho'tiraml Lodge of Kentnc-nnd M(w In LlaxsjfA' oooaty aw horn tala and 22 children aro eat, tnrcopt corn, ana ietlme.( "much ,catltute William Murray was elect- - marriage ring In an American Beauty tatlves here to mako any InJuviCooki of Nasnvle anU M,S jHje bow-- jV-5bmtMi n. IgswuiaWt.JW'oetlw.ea, owjrtur nait-t- o the tn'. etntrges. The- - facte in our coiump "lCook f Pittsmirg. Pa..-nn-d - '" A and tto two Uroth. at Ho, ,,,t uc.1- - ,Bd $un ,.,,, path out WMttrd. HnMontrnla. mi , 7ollOT., 0dTw Ballon, then lll8Uo ot Juno 18th we are able t" arb Jamwt and j,osca Coo,;. ot Naah. r uiAmmf. 15ST WJo th. open, thinking It would ead W.ynbarg N aV at SSod JSwrt by, the contract lulistantmte In regard to ringers, m Grand t MuUer. No. Ml rh"Wrw ura. Waya-eb81l.t mlsUwMlp lrrich u a ,16UM. , rmlMd nml -- - --- - ....-- .Jgwor 'rr ,hirK. Doath( wnllo alway8 sad ,apecu, " '"' T uT. toad ot when got 0 the edge of tho woodr lh-at Praachorvtlle. McKMUsa No. aJI. tad vUmiM uetiutng lion ot aaisios, iiiio tornr- - game ilnrl" ao in this,, instance, leading a eomfortablo-looMHfann-- (irtind Warden. very I at MclUnaoy. Crab Orchard Na Kentacky. Mnaoas .. iT 1i fnpriB .. .. . . .. .. .... m iatho ANMMlcaaIn nearly aati. .. saw un iar aa. .i won up .w ..- - ino iivo i.ouaea men aurrsivaeret tliino nnil, """p K "i ... "" r a.... ....i . 1" , ,tn tint deny the, fact that rules, ....a. v.. .w, uutn, nut oioy a nusu.uiu , '" - i iren ""--s u, t,M , ., -.... " "" uuc cnaeo uiH(m hum ...... -v ...u ....- - governing whose life uas thoroughly nueivjeu ."B u...,u.., j " TJW Lodge nuwlre. indicating the tt)otl gate and Into the yard. TLere rneir cnarters neiii HinwrvHrsni irom Uo countrloa haV' treat Heel; thy woro pronounced litis-- , tc be the enme sw tjjat ,rf Virginia anil ro- (Jr"ml tae pianud aunllar kiMsoa. with hers, but tw7 children, tue yt TwoYir 'f tholr - ostaMloJanoat, was an old gentleman on the porch ll tournaments hold previous to this them just ciueiliiB Into young ,o. urtt! ceuod new onos in lieu thereof from u"l and wife. Masoulc Lodge la Kentucky bav Kenturkj- - owns o Unt before 1 could speak Ms In The craft Mm, Tli,ompson wan pretU' In baby time, but I ask Prof. Colvln it may by Grand Lodge of Kentucky, --rlag been established at Loslngtou ,,f.iu,fu feeling th0 need of and loofciug farm lit Jthelby ran out crying the Yankaea wore com the which thoy wor constituted aa io.. Irish over white silk and bridal were enlorced. 1 think he. will not.to tho fond motfior for con.un t No. anV Known as lealngtoa .tnd and upon It a magMlflcei I'k eH. She carried lillles of the vn'ley'stato on Ids word of honor that all' lows: -- eeUlutei .aBerannated the pn jdsag oHlcers ljom f Mnco i told them I wasn't a Yanhee. but . .. 1.11 I lial J .ra t Iac. .4 ... tt,. uuum . nllllnt I Ad el H ll nlh it 1. .! ..u.. ..v. .. ...... a. A li. Uunlr . jAm . n laia'raaB- . i "" unuuo wm onrtiwa eei ai..l u were regular, bonn llde students ft gon who rnrover mles th t n. Hrmoersu.i use rrwiHj, in sHpawn ., confederate aoldler, without a meal iwirraHUii ixwge to. i, rails lAMgf "Itisoito sheiu ler weddtnv day wise " :i, , th, llaator of tho Lbo Na. ' "a"rett" known dfr oarosiB and ci,rlgUatl . Uii 0 Mv. wMe . ., ,. ., ,. "T Olocu-mm ''Hte (PMtikfnrtl No. I, So- - Ao Irieil of n sw. et young . wo nau of tne spniiBiieiu nigu acnou.. for the Prtod of one M) nnmiitl ""v.le) No .5. and the fcenleman wha ,u wen her These face, he hns.not Stated in his ,gh o Qf mothJ . ' f'm- 0- 'fdl ,ear. Uve born a. foltew. u to wep9Md tfca, ,H lHl,m. dv.. . . lcio. flu hpnngueiu win as many . .... .... .. b t'lovuii mm uuriLiiiii aiiiu.i " . AlrMsl riarik The opposition which tto Itouum and has ovrry reasoli to b, pro d ot priros at Ilarrodsburg in l'JOt, as trey ii Uae, It rt "v v' "- -. ., wjmpmetil humui be eatatHinnau at .., YmOmob were v .. . . .. ... di. evctaimtng the a .id. ... f.....n9 i?t.,r...i ,.,.! ,li. ovl otnrn,-.l.... J.. l anyone. uuurcn naa luierpoeea to u " , j. Louisville fM- ai i iotiiuiitu as mo euo is ar.itoi ""' m ,(,, ciii, T. Htiioneiis, u. w. vwiHf ouea an4 the treatment of the coming up to the bom e. I saw no Masonry durinn the laot two bumuci nt the hruio thoy-wor-o reeulvtd In a rd se ectlons because tnere was A. t4tl0 Jchn Haw, A. G. HsuTman, kick. ninny are the prayers that the uiu a throogh the front door what looked ypara. has .not alwayi. exited. Pop moat gracetul and Bracinus manner I y understanding jirlor . to the Toutnai Joa. ft. MctlAy. U W. Yaa. J. T. t nose magniaconi cnarmuJ, cosus ... . ik, regiment of Yankees coming i.eo a. k t .iiuui.r,,( ""' "" " b'Muni iuou uirii so Hi " uuumumi i Bonn. A. A. Warren. Joan X. Path i they are. fall bat MgMV upon tbe along the road and up the wtndins unir wnorn tne catneurai r.tfi- oiiri st an ami .Master Clifton an benr. lut tlimnUit that there would uo an The remains reachpa hou- tn.4 oi St. Peter at Howe, waa orootod. liMf. nt, Mward R fhenault. 3 Umos. A. porkou m the ianJvhraal Mnwus, (arrtuge road to tte house. ,, m.i- - fr,n ,dhtr..rm or . ...... t. waa an ordlmslaatic Ktee Macon and via iHVSHinv fvtiiiiiir ine niiCK iinuio i wmvwvn II. J. Darac 3 times . h. Penny, twite: every Mason hi Kenttwh,. con. Li touu ,. ,,r hn.!s ... . ... ,i. .. : . ..... ... . e "YuiiHW. my son.' said the oil t.iM- - in ,.-- , T. ..i. Mvitenutsc. sHcpnu m. juyera. a. trbnteo aad uitrr man of thorn the man; and I caught on In a ot . ""on of departments t.Wi-nioiaruwwriU Geevg,. I). Uasoer. twloe WWe Vw cirtMl ctnino dinner at whirl, tU Immedla... otory. A tmo wife nud fonu with thom.it la i wasn't anything more than a boy. VJ, be ready to Isbed the fiunmi lileada of thfl lam K- were nnKuint. Ktonford would then II. l.lPenny. 3 firms; J. N. aaotdota. ttMb. Mutitlr rf rivle. hut emmil- - an unselfisU Christian soul n.is r u, i immsm i J( WM ot uen.and with some of tho seloc MntiaVu; Vm ,0lg a,,, t in ever, J. Wlr I ml. J. N. Menifee, ty oi but den. ol a baby racket 1 ran out and hit! throughout W0 consented lb Uou.s. color cheme Jr, n ! w. .w. .... .re enaai hp- - under ttu, ,,. (eKgrun ii, King Athenian, tbe I'.rst annointcd and thunnd whlHe The favors were ry. but under pmteat. for o could, grson 1X4; py raee-- t ot o KoJ HiirioDVtl'e lole the Uul fe.loa, who are ,trurattIU wtalcU , weou, fur wit-- i i locu onti ...., ....... re-. .. . r.. ovt "'"S " 'niiai.ui". wnu umi.ioici ,1 iiiiiiuuiret. oi (i 1.1,. au. groom. .....I ....1. ...1 ih imr . nrAvr,tif It Stanford did not ; ij.., -llav-klaRro i. nere Cuanlley Sluptnan, otiue ;0, j. " caoart,n aile 1...1. ww.,. uri iwmu mmiiiic back Holy Bible into the Saxui Isnuuaxe. "l iuy HluHilder, awl then came go Into contest because "o Mr. Thomnsou is r. niMhanlrnl en- - "' D.trtui) Ijuuisr. Sam O. Iweker, t. u phu i to Join In th celebra (summons: Knter into eternal I rud aat down near tbe old man on Um una the Ornnd .Muster of tte Grand nnd imanr nf tin imman.n dUentiBfnctlon, bu: did protest s a Pence! X)o Bt i'c 1 tion io ho bold, Ife I own, twler: JoJak A. readily vmdei front porch. The old man started to , stilt! i ,oWar w,ls alte,t L(Mj,,B w. Kbkw,j, ttU,i , Umslalamp. ?. tltvona, nam llebu )lc tht Orphivi Rive me som,. dlrectton about low I ceedtMl Itl tll0 yWr 0K lyUBMfiwai ttc.. ot J. oihor Manufac.iirlns Con pauy. wiu sI,oak for 1,Be)f-"lllcl1 If Uolv,n 4 wtt. Irof unUHW 4 IAW; Rlorigv C. Hooker, Kivxlllq. Tenn.. and stands high f.ogr MaBM. ttnl wliv. in full rears r in wag to conduct myself, when he en Prince IWwin. lu A. D..130, Adrain. In 5 times; Coacft M. OIn- ot Ids company find "I'ProachoU uuring tho game mm wo a ,jare 1)0sslbiHty' of tho throw to v. imu. their neons ar0 not negectea. tho e cuueiuereu third being a wild' one Lut ithi .ould 'so titers tearing down the who waa n '.Mason ol groat letirnlug. all who know him. After the coo iieu to mm . . iinxA r. 11. Bot times; un,, .'" "' .,Wy mtu to quip tleui fauco along thu ruad and liullt the llonuin wall in ICngland. the nicny tho brld,. ntllrcd In a bo- n toll with J00 or 300 jn tLo line ? twlc',, " Kaon. beauftul w"n'w'nK '"'" t"o contost for place of tikafuluess ami of hon ittmiltig W"'"' George 1. Woarhorioul, tho rouialns of which ar yut to bu jeon Holng-awahorses Into their cu,,so or lno "n6IB- - " &pnnSiiciu .1 Wo can say in return to Pi 01 Colgown or Lavendar. loft 'Barkir. ,,,1 (M(1 u ,,' wiw,incnt lu attested to thl8 Jaet. Wo vln thut,we doom him a good with hor husband ovnr tn . I. .v, n clUzons .. lLCaramtltnraetr MoCoraiaek charity, ginl In It KoaUicky lends the Irh n tan Itntliaad l.ilavli timl f ... i .11. TiT WuynestnirtT nu.i uucaubu ma and a E5inieinau, nnd wo dj not A orgaiilxatlon tliat has ror s.oou ,oad for I nl;e Taxawny, N. C. an! ""' uoc fwr ldito No. M; kUlri(t for thl Mw, orlglnnteil horsoa with yfaWt wltn umbl,t0(, Uko.( 8VhoJ VOKina MVOr' Ckaro Itrtvpolds. Hugh Dwustl. liar- rther Southern points cf intoreit we ,la(, " opportunity to ato to thn'tuinU he will eay on Ins honor that A Tru- - stBr. ' K'1 niipotitoa would niintiiw whole . u5.nlan uf u.,,,1,, uu,i 10 Af,or ,uly 8.f they iV, ln at hoa0 j.coplo our reasons In full. Prot. hs was a bona fldo team and that I). Hooch, Milium .Voy Plcyd. W. l'toh in a mighty little wlillo. ; mjiliunl ucUnged through tho Induv to their friends in KnoxUlle. whore Colvln ijld ngre0 twice to play for tho (Uo High School N. A number or Camplonship tigo a Johnson. Mcllenrj tiflocli. twh-obe '"-aay but GikI, I cun'l stand that!' thP trial, pollUptil and leliglous upltenvalf tho best Ion,lilllt IL Whoeldnu. It II. Cnld.v.lUU ttmoe uirl. irntolliifi nlone In a Soittu-rulue3 ot a host of friends tno UtU P" tno iMrA withdrew r.fter jong to him deservedly. The Ju U uBreomcnt, the ln ,l)ay or tne EOhonrship contra n rocoid In length ol service. In all State was, by roanon or a rvir .id oIa follow said nnd ho Jumped up and that have vliteil all nations lu thnt xUi over attend them. pennant proposition In the Opom wero Springfield piubablity, not uxei(dod' by any accident, compelled to leave her ftnrted down tho stops. Ho trotted length of time, is one which com- nud Washiigtoii evening before the nrgo county folks. Prof Covin cannot denv 1,0,18e '" Musnn In tho United States. Kuit S. train and pond tho night at n way down to tho gate and climbed tip and n.and,, the moecttul and thoughtful MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY crowd. tlilg faut-n- ud wo repeat ai wo id La Gooch, ,T. u John A. Sin- - sld0 Inn. Upon from ibo.But on top of one of tho posts. 110 attention of the woild. PEOPLE 1.ne oprlnglleld Sun says, that a lor0 that w'o chnigo no dlKiioucs'y, gloton, John N. Harris, Denlp Phelps, lallway irtickg to place ot uutortnln- - u'un t i'enk a word, but Uq did soluo- Vjq Koloy Kidney Pills for Quid; ?tm Mnbonry. in attlvo. contiuu- Lutnierely a favorable coiitidrrauon IJiibt. I). .Munsoy. inent. a gentlonian offered to carry, '""'B "or"' moro to lm tlum "" l" "as exlftenco. nntldutua overy clll nnd poriminont reiult8 :n nl cases ofcrowu or men alul ""J'8 IBllt,u 0, iterf,r:r.g with the ot hoiiio talent which every uruve For Dnrrlek Warner !dgo No. fCl hor satoJiul. 4 dullreriug It to him speeches eor made. He dldn"t have .Kovrninent existing In the word, to-- ' kidney and bladder troubles, and for. tno J,nn'oll,K wo nn" llml ll WIls "nr"tnaic, does and should hae. Do you not painful and annoying irregulailtfos.) William H. Miller, S times; John T. nho observed that a Jlnsonlc ombloin mi) thing to shoot witi:b nut he nnd imy. et no ntteinpt was mado to. have look with an cyo single to our ono Us strougth llos not in tho power llnlUclaw. 7 tlnuu; David Scott, N. swung at his watch" chain. 17 d she' fouiothlng else, that boat a cannon Ule ninller return after the player school and town? y.-s- , and for this WASH THOOE PIMI LF.3 OFF t.. Itigsby, Joel M. Holtzolaw. John gnld to the courteous stranger, Youn'1 hollow. I didn't know then wlmt or an inoxntuitlblo btore of treasure. Is nut n rich mnn'sorgun- Use U. U. I)., that mild, soothing) aeorcd. The score ntood two to ono reason wo asked for foreign judge I'cttiis, W. II. Cuniliiins, Joseph H. wear tic emblem that both uiy fathcr ''o did, but I know now that ho nmdo heonu-od- t in the "" distress signal nf a Master Mason. Untion. It power Is not In the factwnsh, that recognized remedy ror L'c- - ln ,nvor ' Stanfordnnu" on-- tirst half Just at wo would want if the Tourna. White a times; W, A. Cnrscn. John nnd my brother wear." 1110 down tl.ut 'ftniperors, Kings and Presidents' Anna nnd all skin troubles. Hrst)0' tlle ,pllth lun,B Our people think ' Mtt" out F. Grosb, J. II. Cavtirn,, up You could have knocked in r tit met here. Anderson, T. After blio had written her name the Stnulord scr.ools are inferior to none .lohii II. Hutching, a times; .1. K. on tho hotel register and had gone to with n feather when 1 niw thos0 men mVo been and are or Its membership, drops tnke away that iinlul buriiwi60 tllu Itcrforenco did afreet "Illig ol Miruastor. Iiw- - and Springfield people " think tholr llntzciAw. a times; J. M. Crois, T. her nrivnto mmrtmont. a violent and i'Bi" climbing Into their saddles and nm actively participate in Its rights Itch, cleanse tho skin wath away "0,rldo out Into tho mad nnd mid privileges, but Its kuivhal nnd overy pimple overy impurity. Noth-- ' u'neeburg and Lebanon unsolicited lchoolg superior and both are able raw long continued pistol Y. Hhaw, M. F. Iiwrenco. battlo wast world wldo prevalence Is duo to the Inc llko I). D. I)., for tho coiuplex.oul Il!le' voucnea tor tne tacts in regard ,t0 gvo reasons for tho hope that Is For McKlnuey Lodge No. C31. J. F. lought by n nuuiebr of men lu the "X 'l the old man's fence. t0 tho blU1 Bamt'- - r'le cnarBo ' Then sovcral ofllccrs canio gaMop- - nct that 10k Cardinal Faith Is Mho Ullliiu them, llegrettlng tba any uu- building F. M. Ware, i times; otllco and hal ways of the tiet a 25 cent trial bottle today Mocker, twlco; James P. Crow, twlc- -; N. H. David- - and tho wildest terror seized most of Ing up tho drive and stopped at tho Fatherhood of God, aiid the Urother- - worth ten times Its cost to havo a u w,lcl throw was mado to third was. i.ieasanness should have arfsen, yet son, 3 times; K. J. Tanner, 9 times; tho guests. In tho midst of Uie con-K- . gate. Tho old man clambered down Lood of man. Debar.lrg t'io a bels'tott'e In thobouse. At uny rat, prop "ot luai'e w""e at Sprtnglleld and firmly avowing the tacti herein BUt- M, Kates, Green Moore. tuslon, the Kentucky girl heard u from bis perch on the post, and tber0 from Its ranks, it accepts both tbo'into our store to talk over the merits lllB8t hao been tnougut 01 later, rorcli t,j te ejue, we are I Respectfully, For Crab , Orchard Lodge No C3C. friendly call at her door, and open- - wiLi a most fraternal hand- - shake all Jew and tho. gentile of eivory creed and of this wonderful prescription, Shu It could not fcavo been thrown with n Ultmond iul ot people. There u J. W. IRELAND. demands of Its votatles a 'gars and Tanner Stanford Cjr. faith. It Joseph JX Pettus, 8 times; John It. lug It, found a chamber maid who around. , St. John's twice; a Day u i o-- ' no-o- . . 1 t y ' d Rich-presen- t. y. d best-know- n - pinm-Inen- .1 (), l. Beck-Thomps- on tWd !e i Stantord-SnriiiKllol- , I). ' be-ln- 1 in-a- ST .rjJlL .JTW " ' JT jTJta, " a, .h . 'I 11 -- -- rr tia .. i. m I e' te i- tr1 e ur . - - 1a-.- ; Uh,,. !. .. Wer .,,. ,. f.d.,,. 1 - """T,' ui " T? , i. . nh.j a, wm w,",f,w ,"'" - j jtarn ... g , 'v. ..... .- .,, ..: ijn-boo- . '. i, ., - ... ; a ... M a..t.' - J "" " ""jrw TcJ tou '" !. I ..,,., . . ""; - i ' : - i l..,.l. ..... it , .p, .. limM ."..... , ... ..... ..; ' u,b anililVlaUaut1 "'1sn.tiuiiiauin. ui-i- n c, , 1!",B oil, H"'oa ct V4 Ai-um- tho ' 7, ,T ,, ... w "i y "u" "oer, 1 l s Kf-tuo- ky , j ll'o-wa- k . 3L - 1 iluiih ntjia gnjeajBirfila m ii iiaaanaii s -iaHfa niAmohaaw aHifWi "Tn .. aJMAV. ..-1- ) -- F" ,fs . THE lMERIOR lOIIRNAL. Eitabllihed 1872 M. 8HELTON SAUFLEY,... Publisher IN II A YEAR STRICTLY Entered nt the postottlco ford as second class mall. nt Mens' I SUMMER WASH MATERIALS F.rrnkhin gs! THE SEASON'S BEST VALUE IN Wgllllllllllll 1 llll DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge. HON. CHAK..I.U A. HARDIN, of Merger County H n n j3 M M For Railroad Commlsluner. F. KLAIK WILLIAM ot Foyoite County 'n m m m M 51 FOR REPRESENTATIVE ! William II. Sbanks announces candidacy lor Heptewntntlye rrpui Lincoln county, Mibject to tho action ot the Democratic party. I Somo rich, rare ami racy reauin the in promised the public before llcpubllcan State lonontloii U hold, and, possibly afterward., Mr. Franks innkes some rather pointed inquiries of Judgo O'ltear anent the latter s alleged conference with one Dr. Atuoss at Princeton, who hat lwen charged with being Implicated In night rider -7- . re m M is ho1 with lavender, bluo and black, n most ileMialeo GRASS LINEN SUITINGS twr nl brlv, J7 Inches wldi, iricc per yaid 2c weather V gray nnd tin Mindes, broken nccoitni' nt, the lot Includes pink light b SILK STRIPPED UIMITIES sold nil cawn at .' a yard. .0 Inches wide, now 12' ac. ZEPHYR GINGHAMS The Ideil hot weather lnbrlc, nolra for being ver. light and dainty, ooIoch are grron, and slitpcn, ic inches wide, per yard 19c. blue, Mack, pink, cho-kFIGURED FLOWERED AND STRIPED BATISTE Almon an omllefs vnttoty of pMtterng to Mleet from, J7 mine, wide, ppr yard 10e. SEHPENTINE CREPE Asery lnpulur fabric in nl the now dMgn, 27 i'hw wide, prlte per yard 19c. DAINTY PATTERNED FIGURED AND S' RIPPED VOILES, on whltu gn umN, i Inrtiea wld, per yard tic. PIN DOTTED CHALLIES, just opmed, colons bl.iciss ground with dots, wl le ground with dots, 30 Inchw wide, per iJ 19c. . PERCALE Ileal quality, 36 locheiwide, all mw deilgne, price per jnrd surpl-ingl- y j:uod for tho price, per yard 12' jC WHITE PERSIAN LAWN 10 IncVs wide, erv fine quality, EMDROIDERED u, M en M eHKJtHKHHSKHEJHE MB -- a H IlllIISEnlQt s Nt an H W HI i m H "Z'-jc- 9 M a M ttn ATTENTION-O- ut Hi m of Town Customers. Railroad Fares Rebated In Cash At Our Transfer Desk Until July First. BiaBllt.HBa9IIHBalsll&r:nFlHHII8Hlia No line of our business requires more careful thonght in its selection than our furnishing goods, and today we are showing dress shirts Negligee shirts, with soft or laundered cuffs and collar at 50c. $1, $1.50, $2 Night Shirts 50c nnd $1 Collars, nil thc new Shapes. bows nnd string lies 25 nnd 50c Suspenders 25 nnd 50c Carters 10c 25c nnd 50c, with thc rubber in them of nny garter mndc. Collar buttons 5, 10 nnd 25c. Four-in-hand tioubles. Mr. Franks says that Dr. Of courso It AniosH is a democrat is not our tight, and we are Jiwt won doring what did Jake place between the doctor and the Judge, The Judge, you know Is suspected by some oC having "a feeling way down In his heart" for tho nlyht rider, but then that Is not our business either and ngaln we are Just loft to wonder If the Judge took the doctor to Ida and promised hlra anything in th event that his nightmare nbout being the next governor should We will let Judgo O'llear do tho wondering about the realization of that dream however, for after tlif election he will wake up to tho full force and effect of into: "O, what a difference In the morning." bo-Eoe. STEWART DRY GOODS CO., UanaauUM Church Dedication AT McKINNEY ON THE 25TH. SERMON BY ELDER BROWN SHOOTING i incorporated. 1 i -- Louisville, Kentucky. UlUtiHdUUMatUI3t3QIUUtiBS 'O.'-V- XBMUacSaKMnaSBHSHBQMia IN CA3EY. Jhne 2. On Sunday, Juno Joth thc new Se cnth Day, Adventlsts Church will to dedicated, Sermon by Elder" U. V.'. Drown, of LouisUlle, Ky., President McKlnney, of Kentucky Conforenco of Sovonlh Day Adi enlists. Service at :3U ,'. M. Thor0 will also be preaching DACK SET FOR CHAMP CLARK. The Champ Clark presidential boom has suffered a severe reversal as tho tosult of an announcement b Senator Reed, of Missouri, who lrtually reads out of thc Democratic party in hl3 honlc State any who fail to llvo up to th0 Stato cpnvenlon pledge for Joseph W. Fok, as the Democratic presidential nominee. Tbe Reed statement which Is ot preat length, recites that the Demo crats of the State last year in ton vention assembled, indorsed Gov. Folk lor the presidency. It also tbe fact that Mr. Clark wa3 tho temporary presiding ollicer of the rho probability sdido convention Champ Clark cannot go to the na that tlonal convention with Ills tolld Stato delegation behind liiin has thrown alarm among tho followers cf the Speaker. Th0 Missouri delegation would like to be for Mr. Clark, but slnco Senator Reed has mado tho Stato conen-tlodeclaration for "Mr. Folk an is sue In tho State there li a disposition to sidestep presidential politics en the Part of Represntatlveg from tho , "Show roc" Stato. In Washington the Reed inteniew occasioned great Interest and It Is generally recogni70d that It will not bt helpful to the Clark prMidentml n services Friday night and Saturday A Sabbath School and morning. will lie Vonnr Pnnnlni Conention held nnd conducted by Mis8 Dollle Callender of Henderson, Ky. Dap-tlsm will be administered Sunday morning to several candldatos Thoro will bo good music nt a I services nnd everybody Is cordially inuted to be present nt all those services. Miss Alma Hondlckson, of Sou.h Manchester, K., and E. M. Trullt, ot Vanceburg. Ky., are fue guests ol Mlss Anna (Jocch thU week. Mrs. D. S. Rlffo nns returned from l;udlow, Ky., where tho iSslted bur ton. A. M. Rlffe. Mr. F M. Ware and family, autoed to Elixir Springs Sunduy. Mr. Jesso D. Wcaron, of Stanford, was In town Tuesday morning lootslns alu r t ars n, son of W v t aroor es Lincoln, shot, and sccrelj of wounded Samuel Cockrili of Casey I lit county, Wednesday aHen.oon wound though at first thov.tjhi to b phjaicUnr fatal, Ij not regarded being dangerous, as the m.idft man Is doing woll. Carson Is aw ul 211 joars old and a mall carrier on one of thc rural routes out nt Huston-- ' ille. Tho cause of the trouble could not bo ascertained. 1 '. TV-V- MONUMENTS' . XS. r WW - V'Nfclk-- v Commissioner's Sale j OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. v Collar bars for soft Collars 15c. Cuff buttons 25c, 50c and $1 per pair. Sox, 10 and 25c and a beautiful one in lisle or pure silk at 50c. Ladies cotton and lisle hose 10c, 25c and 50c. Same in silk at 50c 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2 a pair. bcom. WE MAKE LOANS On approved security I whenever warrant it. conditions Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors' State Bank Trust (o. I sun EEsiutsr, !,., ij. McCurdy In Kanwis City. Mo. Tho after business. j Jacobs, niosMRO was to her only son, V. W. Herman Gnnn and llsn-Hay a nnd stated that hor death ilsitcd Mr. Jacob H. White, neir duc to a complications of diieafcoa. Taint Lick Sunday morning. Sho was 71 yoars of age and lived In no Miss Eva Terry is tho guest qf hjr rem (,!. this county many years where Hie cousin, Miss Emogcno Curtis niT(i peoniu recomuMixl lh l'doed by many, . who roKrfd in liaur , Kidney mi. Mr. E. J. Tanner and family went . , , of her dotnieo. Her husband tlie late '.J,? ,.. ii. irran, K Main Ht s to Lexington Tuosday morning In y. I hH?.- from --r- u their automobile. Miat Doan'i KldnMV imii cls on ' daughters the Huitonvllle pike, but noon clalmiti for thorn. Off Mru. Daniel Jacob and, rods and 27 poles of land. i (2( It the Falo of the Interest In niter hia death soma 25 )ear uo. on .'or .voral yeara I had aeni. lEda and Mamie attended the ChildV ill luii pri."icK. I often did w in k ..... l"cs Wnynesburg. the nboie described tract lal'a to re- - ira ,iva w.n. , Une f. r vu t . ren's Day son ices at M.. l mt "looping Otl,f ? . rt., it alto nPiiiTlcient sum to stlfy tbe In - L .. fiinpm : in ii , , ,ti, ttak.u. .1...- iriniuie .im'amo m.i , k't ii m r ; c tuList Sunday. .i, debledness ol L. C Dunu, and the I prw wa also a too trequent dem . l!i. il in Hie her daughter. Sho was a mom- Scudder and wlfn ami costs hereof. I will then sell his i. fit . imiroii'il) rvlulilcu'wlciiiiix'ii nt Mr. Richard jntorost, subjeet to the her of the I'reabyterian church awl '," 'J eon, Miss Samnntha Waro nnd Ilarw Mu?''CT'$?'"1 pli in i it it will I e tiiupiii!ii!iM tx.i t! al of Mrs. Jennie Dunn In tho was fully prepare "j' when the ,, JacobF, attended tho Innoral of Mr V h.ie ((.lined an e ivuble rrpul iti.in ili'trvtid Lincoln coup-- ' Hockaday, at tract near llustonvillo.tho ScmHler's uncle, 'Dr. fur ,ilw.i bvitiir vary (arctul and l unvt.iLin In ty Ky.. bounded on North and mimmons came Thre chlldran wr licneflt m whan I hv, taken them since." born to Mr. and II rt. 1!bii Richmond. 'Inst Thursday. Thoy msde Northwost by tho land of M. i.ur lompoundinK and feci th.it, in all juMic tuyiur j I'oraala by all daators. own immI henlth.you should bring your ant prweriu- li red. PlhaKmMI Imrn f'u Irlce -i tho trip in Mr. Waro' new automobl'o North; on the Unst bv the land of J thOHl Surviving. Mrt. MrCnnlr u..arT. (looil; and on the West " tion ktrt. Here, too, you will bad a loraplrte und In"" Mr. Scudder wa called bacic to men lands of 1.. C. Dunn and ivupriiin Kansas City, anC W W, Hays, of this New for' the I'nn orh. xh, viting display uf toilet articles, rublnr K"M1, w..ih, place. ea siaiea. n1 TucS(av on account of scrloUs 'Dunn, containing about HO acre. ume. toilet pmparatluns and all siundard ri'tucilu-s- . and talc.. (; If tho amount raised by thei the romalns ronchod hero yeatei- - """"Mr in na illness of his nophow. For interior decerning we curry and recommend aalo of the two trnctB Is insuffirint ,iy utornlnR from bar late homo aud ALABAST1NB, tka l..Hllful w.ll outing, t ,'t ,,,, , ......w., W for the puiimse aforPMld mentioned . ... , . .. ,llirlM. una ml' aamptetot tints uad aak ui about r Gooch-Garpentthe CommlBdoner will then sell the er FOLUY'S KIOMHY NKMEDY. mtoroot of L. C. Dunn In the tract "nnlo cemeter.. a large concourse lMtundod on the North and Northeast ol friends following the cortege to tbe PENNY' DRUO STORE. ' Particularly racouimendei) POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE FROM by the tend of M. I" North; ou the last reMtlns nlare South lv the land of J. T (Jpvle on corunic cauM of ailMy aad ,blaild. r WEST END ARE WED Stanford, Keillnf ky the North and Northwost lv the trouble. It tends to ragu ate ucd of Mr. Mary M Dunn, rnntafp'r ; Al. raBKxifrairvjfijggggggg th kidney and btadtiar aiii.u Miss Annie Wood (Joicn, of till uuoui .in ncrf, biiu m bhuhipu nn and is boullng. strengUMtilug und county and (leorge Alfred Carpenter, Hustonillle. In Lincoln eoiintv. brariHg. said I.. ( Dunn also owns th- i" kon of Mr. John Stoelo Carpenter, a niBlnrtor t iniuloret in thl t'oley KidMy Mlki coMUia Ju.t lending farmer of tho Weat Knd, wro ject to thp of 'Mrs Ien"'e tne IngTcdteats aacawiry to ii;iilai Monday afternotn lunn. which interaat th t'oium'sm i united In mnrrlnge, and strengthen tbv action af tbe kid will at the hom of tho Urida. Rev. J. II. er (4) Ifsell sale of the :t forero'n,-boundarlewey, and Maddar. Try tbw yourae.' the Aftw the Jones, oillclatlng. fails to rnalhe a TiffW a sumiitiouB repaat was onjoyeil sum to latisfy the ffrend A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET will then by tho friends of tho contracting indebtedneM, tho Coni'r would how tfca. Ihmc. of. Jluehl.iiri .sell the remainder Intorest of 1. parties. Mr. CarpanUr i n proaiier-ou- Dunn, subject to the life estate ot Arnica Salve that E. . Ijoiw, a inorcnaiit of Casy county, while Mrs. Jennie Dunn. In the tract "" of J4anlIo. K. V, always mi- his In ld0 is an attractife, wliuainv ilustonvil'e, in LInroln couu'v, K ' nwm. First Roll of Mono, i nave saver Had a cut. ouud, beelunlne on Pine I.lclc nt a young woman. brulie. or More it would not aoonj ytde of llutitouville (i '' AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED tieni, ha writea. ttifiw-witAllddleburg turnpike road' baalcr of Bank in Stanford IN 'EXCELLENT CONDITION POULT RY, EGGS. ICE, COAL, 4. W 38 i.i!eh id Dunn's line ,Uuma. bolto, aeakifl. caappfd Hand u stono in said line, S ''' K 1". wl'ie WOOL. HIDES, and lips revttwiraa. aklnNruptlons. FURS, The State Hank examlnor wni In (o a Ktonn on tho side of nl'l !: SALT, LIME, GINSENG, ecM.m ewiia and idlos, JSc at N .1't W it pol h to tbe In r thence First in Centra and Crab Orchard on Juna 20th and FEATHERS Tunny's Drug tora. ETC. containing 2 acres 2 roodf an niakliig a through examination of 20 polo of land South-Ea- st Terms' Tho said pnoporty .il1 the lnk "t Hint plc told caehleKentucky A LEADING CALIFORNIA DRUG. DON'T bE TOO titNtKUUS. .1 C. llalley that thtt inslltutiun wus (sold ou n credit of nix months, and Mltb lie rui.nl, I tu , etc, .u KPt GIST Bailey the piirrbasers will be requited, to In "excellent condition." Mr. Uci.ir mi,. it nil orb ii I'Huadena, Cal., Sinrch 3, ion fiom u t,io tiood for the purcbasd prim, K. Ninth in State of naturally fools proud of I bo compll with approved inK mi'N'ihU .in n iti ( hi h ibni l ecurltx p.iv Toluy and Co. Oeutloinon: Wo 'ill- OMllllIlli illiT c u t I' 10 on o inenL able to the Commissioner, bonrlre li.no toil nnd reeojiiniemlcd Vafoy'a uso PHONE 153. tiinn irii.i).ri q uinii.io-- . hlx per cent interest from dale o i Honey and Tnr (Joiiiimjuho for yoarn. like wo il t, Kentucky Bale, wltli lien retainod wi tlie Ini.tl im jubi now to SALE FARM FOR e bo- -t rouu.tg at Wo bollovo It to bo ono of tho mo t mix mom to jrt sold to socuro the payment of s;Ud Spring Suitings ,p m ui-privately a farm of bond, which shall also linye tl o tw e will nsW nil, elDclont oxpectorants on tho market tho least ('it tor county, nnd effect of n Jui'gment Gapital 130 acres In Llnom 100,000 nbout C'ontalnting no opiates or nnrcotlcs It J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. My uuw miring una nuiumer snuinleu Tho purpose ot this xnlo Is to tatiR mile from Crt'i Orchard, Iv . oro-lu'can bo given freely to children, ly tho Judgments and c alms uga'nvt are now ready for your Inspection, Surplus bcttom land, ho 100,000 mccly located, rao-jtlI noiiRh of the remedy can bo tuken sad L. C Dunn, amounting to fuoy couiprlso the beat on tho market try productive. Every mrc tillablti tho sum of Jl 72? oi to relieve n cold, as it has no nuuneat j can tint nuyouo as to prlco who had Ian abundance of stock water und c which ha0 been filed amlust t m ln WoftMliipoilttonlndniillktmU of con. nla clothes mad0 tc order. A suit in results, and docs not Interfere orncrKextlo Court Icuse pecially adapted to corn nnd rass. thi. action: also the costs of this ; I j with dIsetlon. con inuk uy llilim Irom n raado to your measu,o lg preferable ad. Your very truly, (.' tlOU In fact. ult, amounting to about dUWU tO fPROH lUMt. U'm -- ..n ..... to ready made clothea. 1 To have tliem (ood tenant bouM ot three rooms on Thi.. --Titna !, , 1Q11 ,,.,- - . $! II. Ward Drug Co., C. h Paraoni, roa preraptly aand imrntis nrt-vU, Stanford. Ky, . "MW, made to measure deaan't. eoat any .W... tin IIUawwMnli ,,M.V Mm rf"'5.lSLlSJfe: -a Pursuant to a Judgment rendered In the abovl otylod action at the of the aforesaid Mny term, 1U11, court, undersigned Master Comm's-wilt on Monday, July 10. 1911, sloner County Court Day, nt 1:30 o'clock. P. M.. in front of the court houw door in Stanford, Ky.,se 1 nt publ'c outcry to the highest nnd bost bidder, tho following real estate, or much thereof ns will satisfy the hereinafter Judgments and claims mentioned: d lnter (1) The undivided est in remainder, subject to tho life Mary M. Dunn, In the estate of Mrs. tract of land near lliistonvuie, in- coin county, Ky., beginning at a stone In the line or Jos. Coffey: thence S 80 W 14 po es, Coffey'f corner; S 2S V fi poles 10 links to a 73 pin cKik, corner to same; S 83 . ..,nn- - In Ihn ! ' , r. ' 1ll.n ' '" '"' " ,'" A' .lltntl iinn hnr linn 2 r w sr nolos . -....w, thonr-to a stone near a branch; thenco up one-thir- LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT I. L. Dunn's, crflitors. Plaintiff. vs. L. C. Dunn and etc., Defendant. Notice of sale. J Wm. Adams & Son. 142 N. Broadway, HCED U Lexington, Ky. I iiiiEiazBHsecnszicGBQiacziinRi So. Mrs. Kate Hays Dies. HE WARNING c 1 Many Stanford People Have When FORMER LINCOLN COUNTY LADY SUCCUMBS TO RHEUMATISM IN KANSAS CITY. j H. J. McRoberts. a (Ictli of Mrs. Kuto Hay, at tho home of her daughter. Mr: J "n o No,g Ma, receivol hero Wnliitv- - ' ae.l dick klmleyg oxpol a dark. log urine. lull ot "Iwlclidiwt" ami patntul In Mce. Sb,- -' Klxh kln4enra rauav a dull pain Email ot th kwk. Iiad... h. JitZy iH In, tlreil languid fwir and frifiuent rheumatic tvvlimi s ,.. ItoHns KMneye PUIn an, kWiwy, nniy. if j mt!lfr ,r()lll 4 ot the a!oe symptnmi) you cini lm ai-mo- the kldnes art U !!. Khe nniiiUtakahln warnlnici Mihi fhonld not be lsnorel I!y ,.,im n lug the urliii, ami treating ita, y neys uwn the flrt of dlsord. r. lwoy da of suffering Jii may Stanford, Kentucky ii . r" ,'"'"' t(tr . Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be "v--- . - &JKh ZnT H. life-estat- e funn!;: ' ........"' "r deit i.-- .- ,.u Compounded i i . - v. I iiti-i'- i - ,. , SZ'JSVSt auu -t . . (x-r- f ,, " !t lr ol he t ,, lIfo-tat- e Lincoln County i ig?m oar-mon- Mm Bunk , s We Want er. BT HiJW' h Cratt . ar-te- vln-nlU- 1 H.B. NorthcofL Tudor. Mgr. I 1 i pen-nnn- T. - 1 11 CONCRETING u ! if ' I' ffm Toqet its beneficial effects, always note the name of the Company, California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of overy package of Cleanses the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches, due lo constipation. Best for men, women and children : younq and old. Herein ,of Crob Orchard, w bore Wednesday. MlM Allan, of Hoinomot, Is TlsiUm' Mr J l' McClnrJ, l to lit Ml HHMbolll IllRfillW. l"tillr by IIIupkh. Mititor Joseph W.unor foil white A 11 Xeurnnoe bih( wira ara n praying srtrt suMcretf a brtlMni in'm (. ori'iu for n stay of days. Th meflikw waa dreaead ami n 11 Mi Dltllnn. irf London, wa trmttiK man Ik (loin ntpft. lie. n tin- - gunst of titer, Mrs. Mrs. K. V. Owiley, f Cotunrn Jr Bcpli ( "iflpy. so th flu., nrrtywl Weil mm lay t I IWT Bwnt of Dr. J. II. Owatey and family I'm kins, til t limit of Crnli Orelwrri, wu In town! Alrn. Halite II. Hfmtbry Ima heu In 'Ncdno.tlnv disponed for novel-s- i das. Mis Mm, of Waeo, LOCAL NEWS SHOKT !i,illon comity, Ihii bittii Tltlllti tier mint. Mm. Walter I Ilntt. Our atitomobl o In at tho sonice n: MrIliirrleU ThoMpsos, tit Oitwegn rataa. Hee, Hie jmbllr Rtl ritiMttwIil , attended the iimntAKU t K", N anywhere. Hear. Mla CnUilH WJ- - hb If you want to h r mm l lay ft Hay, I'huti i n idny V. W. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Pr. J. rifHiily Mill imwiMiiiiMiiwiu i htt1 hr iinum.1 .itPiiirewTwaLiMi-a- i iwoMisjUij,aapro ill Mliflb'jJjj i, KY, , up 11 ( Entire Stock To Be Closed Out ! - Hk, - 1 I lol of V. gnosi ilnvs i lb" Iltrppsr ban Ikinvllln frlmid fur ftc'ina:, O. ln sd the Genuine liable perronnaitce. It waa ejen u x the atiectton of MUs H.ilen ,.V met,,!, t. oikp I) Hopper la 10 from Ulna, of .oNlevttle. Dim fn"t IHnt no I uiiias vJuinai wbe h iaxl twtfln wHh'a bbble-, w of . IhiI of h r la Dan-- , In lvralwsme fr$ori pupllc, a, tlm lor nreitaratwn w a ,i y hort. Tim program wa, nn x M ( BNnnWp. n4 i: lTtHHt, ilnlilt n r.- vliltlag hw parsats. Mr tMtdwI io, btit waa jtlvji c'rf att nMtMttsJ ijw a foi-- i lion througtHMiL (haacaltnr. tb hoi lea It aeavtM. Mi viinH Humane), of Crah Or I ! IU. f.n,.rln V.wlmrH .if I IliMiWU c. 1. the .west f Mra. T. W. IihI lllla Tso Natton.il TrrtipadfiHrs urefot- - (CALDWELL fi LAMER STAND tr Home talent at Walton',, Oo a! TU M(tHV lltHllt B 11 IllOUt Off ll- - !lr Jr)f li trip reSPi'VpH ull,11& 5,000.00 p Aj OLD Worth of high grade Shoes. Gents1 Furnishinggoods, hats, suit cases and trunks to be sold at less than cost. Far! c . inn--ill- iii-kii- ctol nJ Everything Must Go. DANVILLE, KY. Entire Stock Must Be Sold. H jl rinr i J., SUCCESSORS & TO 8ALLEE CROW jl A nm-otil- lir-r- , - ? ins. TunQ 24th At 9 a. m., FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. . 1I1 r 1 ii- i h-- is now n summer ns well It n a winter remedy. hat the snmc invigorating efnnd fect in summer as in winter. Try It In a Kttlo col J milk or strcngth-producinir .:- - Mr.. ' I TalinHH oororlr nutptnia. at iMHvnie. w """"""I S Klkth. uf AUanU..lio!',''"te'r taa ptaat of Mr. ami fjo - . iu! Willi Ii. r water. ALL DRUGGISTS ixr 1 Mrn lpra 'r rriatlraa, waaCbrlotw ,nr Mr, Mra. kttral wka tth 10 so to Tiwadav 8t Jstau's K cl m., on aevnon Corfey " la ear '""' m -- h Coleman. CAUSE OF THIS MIGHTY SLAUGHTER . -- Stiiiifuril iiu.iMpr Ml Klkln waa at etuntuHh-to by Mlaa Jeimlo Duihuh of 0UISNESS HOUSES TO Cl.OE. We are tonfrcnted with romlltlona e aro lieavil u II KINl.. CASH WK . urn, liwln d inio-Ko- XrM'r''i thr pitnte pc-a-- I ij ir i c'l- ti lb-i- nh Mi itlllf. ! c, will pi M ii'ii mil) Imm a (' r'li'rk. her KrHiidmothtM,' Mr I 11 in itiRt Trp Mr. Im returned two-week- a l.oino lalt to .tut '.(tXllc Trmtitnin, a a ewe row K rf.ilrl r ln to for at U lrnrii, altnrnp Vcl'of.Uk. mtmliiMMtrlx f'il l"r sl" ' Jnlin Helm tbli Moorr. of l.lni-oliHit. .1 It. C IHiiwhMie ftf Utj th Pk. Mia. Mule run lit . rpi pitl A ni. i; ( Mit. I M Helm itvopalf One Way of Saving a Baby Free to Try The mother do not llvo wlio woulJ not nn an in ner ioircr i Kxp l.ir rnil.l nwtiiny, lul oitrn the lcx not know how. Ko when a tlnctur of indinff point the ay all can ftflorj lo Ualrn It U an atxpplisl (ct ttuit nlno out of or Infant ami chll-ilrr- n ten of the trout-lI Intonln! "ou notice It ty the chlM I It Uet that the n.l rrtr lietche. I Uml alvn tr rVii.1 Cronn of Alanwin, Jtleh. Kir in.ir ciinurm unyihlni; mm. a few anvmit HhiukhhU buy a fifty onany nearby rent or ime dollar Iwttle of druacut. fur they lune nit rohi It for a KeneratMm. Iwt If you want to tet It on jour child nrt end your u.klr.a to Dr. Caldwell and Iw will Lhri(uiiy end jou a free aawple conlltJ. iel.h a rmmlv tltat contain an oplatr. locauM '"i'lr"- - Caldwell doe not feel that tho the elUhl will In th Ml.lt of npmlHiiC purrhau or hi remedy end hi olill- It, and don't Ixromo alnniMXI ami run at KhIIoii neolallzpd In tomarh. He ha once for n. doctor menes lor Try a adrntMc laxatlre Mr.L Olre a uvrr ana di, i h pleu.eil tooer iorty ear and will Klve tho W. S. Fish represents o.ily t"e rmall diwp of I)r Caldwell Hnip IVprin. reudf-- any ...I vice on tlm guhj.-c- t free' the remedy that I lntemle.1 for the iih or i hurur All are welrome to wrlto companies. of clilldrrn. It l Rentl and hi in Wh.tli. r for the mellcal advlco and strongest insurance mre or the (n. aninple addrra The rrnmly I Wtf him Dr. Let nlm keeD y"u Pr015''1 am) U miarnnteed In rxry ritcular W II Caldwell, IK Caldwell hulldlng. Mr. Tooiney of Umlnvlll, liu. ami llenllctllu, V.l. CarriagH imlntlns. nibbor tiring, and repairing at iirlcui on can't btat iMiijwlioro. J. II. My. Junction City. Thetw an- - only .u tt WhPTcaa Utio la to U gtTn In tb0 City of Stanford on Juno tao 2ih in..' Notliins Like Entire itock I'JII, a relrtbratioii aliJ picnic by Um t Miy Hvrr Oicur Acm T Uod ,',"'0," o be told out in M,eni1 SALE OfENS SATURDAY, ponnty anil whewta a aewarai innia . .. .... at... ua. t.1l n nl JUNE at 9 A. M. "" '" "' '" "' '" 1. """"t N'o attention ui bo paid to 'lh0 Mock Is no bclns roroaiktMl imil. Now Uioroforo wo iho nipr Tro mo t extraordinary sale that wlmt the Roods actually coat, aa we will cut and slael) prlcoi to sell liuiu or Stanford tin agree to Ins oor hoeii attempted In tho State In aotiie cues $1 wi'l do tho work of $5 fctock and foil It quick fr ni of Kentucky. i.iir niral ilacp of bualneat .. In Ue advise prompt action so be 1'. Ily no means mlsa thii grand oimaitunity. It's nn p'ent that tcl . M.. until - o'clopk Ml '0 on hand when the doors open. Hi Hko btilnai will do rare oth-ioom coinos. Wo are marking the Roods at prices that wll bo talk of lliiplio Martin it ,Co. T. J). N. Imnvillc for years. We will claim supremacy In value giving lor 100 8c Hnd W K Sliiiprar. S. M Ilobinn i. i.ttles around and will leae the verdict with the people. M Colortmn, V. II. HlMlna, li.ffoy . KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, SALE BEGINS SATURDAYJUNE 24th, AT 9 A. M. Ii lllitHirp, V. H. Mueller, Sepni p 9 O'Clock a. m. Al S. Son, Ctimwins & Wearer, 1'eme Nw Stnloftl Drtm Co.. (!. I. irK, Our name (tnnds tituk ct iveiy purchase. To aold any misunderstanding, Penny, K. II. Campbell. 1. Klclipnbei Ml gooils hold for tat.h bring tin- - qifatcs bargain3 you ever saw or heaid of. thi- - cinular with jou to this snie expecting ,t.r .1. I. Il"fl7lt'y ie Co.. ( II. Karrs We assuro you W V. A. Trlbble, M. O Vandevoer. ., ., . Cor.ie enrly and get first choice ihrft your cxpfctat o.is lil Le tc.ili'cd CWJ " U"1" J- i. lonea A Co;. A K lMiltlllia, II. J. McHobert. (). I. I'ulT Lynn, stale HanK H t.,,.., Jo N"a,,,m, Itan' n t'UU," f" IItkI N'Mtlonnl Ilank MlT K. n j.mb'o p Th. tnipxpo-- t i linppenu Owing L tho snd the tnck must lc .oil. Tlu-- i o for,, we rro cunpelled to sacrlflco no nmtlpr how treat th, coet, thoroforo we will p.ne our mllro stock on -- ba- - KwnrU spiieoii and vrr Bale tllraslrous weather IS iirUd0 in our store. CASH to le Hold out In tan days. U"te WAIT FOR' THIS BIG SALE 1 '" i i I vM EM a S Sale Opens 24, olso-wlcr- e. Saturday,, June l Parks Hendren, Conditions of Sale! - Read! Read! Prices Wrecked In Every Line I.ot N'o. I. Ladies s r f't Men's Shoe Department. .Men g Woik Shot Then,? Lot No. shoog sold for 2, doting out ., 98c I.ot No. 2 Men's heavy work shoos. Tie wild for J2.80. Whllo thoy 1 that told tor $1.98 h( 1.50 droi;s gblrts now 98; 33c rtl'aWi J; Mi rm i m H cloeing out I.ot No. 5. pi Ice "5c men's underwear now 5Uc Indies' extra lliu as Mr of many ')iplumi. nliich mine uinrii endure through elsne or di.plneemcnt of the womanly rtan. Mn. l.l7.t White ol Mcmplm, Tcnn., roto Dr. H. V. Iirc, ui lolluwi i "At lime I w Imrilly ultte lo bo on my ftet. U only T Backache pflin nnd iiWic n w union that piice sold for $3, closing out 2.43 inon'j underwoar now 19c Sl.ou mens union bulls now ....79c Men's collars now 10c .Men's ' union bults now 10c Ky. I) bteentiorgon imIU, .builds, re I jmlra Hnd ndjiiatw cala at rocK .Wt J. iam i . for U c peOlv. eriianim. n.kne JiinkiiI inAaauauiKiu. i r l jUcratum and Ht'ie pam. Torn. nd build un the nenes. Inr tin- - inedinne nlncli has a liv nut Him.( a di.htmrtt deal, r tu " N'o, thank Jim I i'i wl J' 1 k for." record ot 40 i i ui fm ttilltl mifvnl bewt' j'vwm.nf onte a day. Dr. Vrnr'i rimtanl ftll-t- t r Tl Dr. Pierce's i I (u'tin jour 'I'aorilc lrecrip. r... i mi. for ubut tbree mont'n cun my the ;li io n vor bettor." M . cry bail cni.c. Intenml ircr icry much ducaLil utij my buck . weak. I .uircrid u f!rcut deal uith w it'i '.Mt '.mhrn. in tact, l aulTercd all over. (. int mr (XHxfuloii nbn I urolc to ou for Iltid ty (Kiice uj l.ar. gii.t ! 1h1 eiry ii om prlooa. Soo him for prices tie.or jou buy. Aildrow Crab Orchard Kt per a&re HAIL yaur tbaoeo against For $1.50 I will loss, or have It. 108. Uanaa by bail. You sheu-- d "It R. M. Newland, Agent. Phene l.ut No. 3. Men's tine shoos in nl' styles ,and kiwis.. These told for 9Sc JX. While lbJ last Lot No. 1. Mou's showi that old for wz S.r,0 ..-- . shoes Lot. No. 5 Men's high-tradwt price that sod for J I, closln e Boys and Childrens Shoes, il t- I"c men's bosu now 7c :i'c handkorcMufs, wHto blua or red now Men's fine jajllr web stuipendors now Men's $2 19c 3c 50 boys' bhoos, now c 51.39 $1-4- - f0 boys' shoos, now hoys' shoos, now ii htghrado fancy lioso now -? Si and 1.7." Jl.ro chl dren's shoe hoes, now Jttc men's huts now men's hats now aud $1 48c SCRATCHLD . 1 FOR 40 YEARS i 11.09 Favorite Prescription alia tbeleiT.mina ami It mh-tilu- ed 1. D D.. 'i Itch Lot No 0. Men'a extia I lie s.icos that . . .A48 for $", cloning ..at prli-- children's shoos, new .. ?3; $1.39 fi fOc 98: lints now .U4c Ho 39c t J2 30 ohjldren'g ... boy' straw IllK msmmsmM r.UjJaJti i.J?.- - istAQl-Ji-Jl t tS-- i- -ii f II -- -- t?t " -- ,i ,L Jot 1) Jz&isSiiMii ' SJVlKk,1ila rri a'1 JKi2TLii- rn7Ui SttL- - ?Vfe .16 urn U Xi. jiTrrTiiSc'TIn I i t - cjd Vim. r w II u. as ' J I LV.'1' i I LrxT-- i. ili M Kf w iTaunor, Stanford, MfJUl Anne Creuuut. 8nt Hosa, wondorlul D. D. 1)., nrascrtpUil thu oroveu acsema i. 1). mild wash that tcvea luaUBl re the liel lit all forma o ikln troubW. II. .tmes the kin or .il lBprltM vaiihus nway b cbia and jUmtalea, KaMng tbe skin as smooth aud ba-thas that of a child or tbl Uet a 21 oeht trial Kcsoma Cure today and )uv It In ttio houso. Wo Know that 1. V. V. will do' al! that it olnlmod for it. Shugar and Klio. This la thu actual exrrleueai t tl.. Ladies Shoe partment. HU De- Men's &c straw Imtu now Mens' Furnishing Depart-- .. .39c 39e C9; Men's $1 straw hats now s eir. Lot No. 1. Ladles" whilst oinvsw. slli tierii that sold Tor S1.50 to 4os ilioea. The Khotja Loi.No. 3. sold lor Jl.60. elo.lcg out price OOe oes uiat sold Lot No. i Utiles' -ie S1,3'J S3 to close out lor '- Goods ment. llett Uress shlits now II S() stilt eases new .....98: ...52,4f3 IS.80 tronltH bow lidl' ; make work shirts now J. arsss shirts now Hundreds of other nrtlclos; torn and pick them out. wou-ilort- Ky FREE TRIP TO DANVILLE to Purchasers of $15 or Over or a radius 25 miles Entire Stock to be Sold Out Wanted! STORE CLOSED uwrtt and thU isantiQ "What a Relief!" Only the woman who has tried knows what comfort and relief a New Perfection brings into the kitchqn. Oil Cook-stov-- i JvS rv 'Fr ! Parks Sao SaMBeV Successor, to Sullco Man. Sc mww. ftrnw. Caldwell & e Lanier old stand. " w& 1'oaiUaly no goods in tho sod or :. until New Perfection cooks so well. There are no It laves so much work in other ways. ashes to clean up before going to bed ; no fire to bank for tha night. Everything is ready for cooking in the morning It is not only that the at a touch of a match. You are snved from an overheated kitchen; saved from soqt and dirt; saved from chopping wood and carryIn the kitchen or the laundry, for the lighjfcstor ing coal. the most elaborate meal, you will find the New Perfection stove with the New Perfection oven is the best and most convenient. m.j wh i. 2 ! 3 hmm. wu A. NeWerHibg liliCwk-jstov- Iu. bf, lurqteoii. (oiihftif otnwtaij uumatTt. throuihowt. .dKrMly 1m dirc-- 2..d J'bur.trU)vrc.o b pitboul ctuitl l.p. IvlucD iKtTf hjj W11K U DWn.vifT.btri Ktiixio t . law. I r.cU. etc i BUM Wlla .f e tulr r writ. im f.r a. uil nu; UOWMAR'3 SUMMERand Saturday, Jone 30 TOURS On W. S. Drye & Co. SERVICE AUTOMOBILE nnd Jilly 1st all huts, lluwars, ribClBon, Usilablo Cars. UNDERTAKERS and CMBALMERS El.liCTIUC CO bons etc in my establishment vl bo lVrwuially conducted; low Hustonvllle, Ky. UAN ILLK MOTOIl U placetl on the market nt below tost Telephone In Office s Damllio, Ky accomodation. Yo t lor snot cash. Mif8W t M4y Suuiiettliur lioiwr or m in sty Oeorgo I Urlght makes n sale bellow stono Park and YVost, starting " only the will llii'J no KnhbtUutcs, t ( dciu that will euro white awe mig carbuu Monday. July 3; Niagara Kails, Tr A 1 parties lmMiiK claims asaln line or standard quality at Coffey Vaughim, A j street S cles, bolls, bone felons, cuts, corns, I ronlo, etc., l"uesday, Auu. l; Atlan- KOf gaipQn Uncaster the estate of 4- - Coleman's. will proscnt them to '"e h0URU Bnd loL Uarn. chlckon Bleu wira tuia, umuutj buivb uiu , tin fl- - Nhw Ynrlr ele . 17 Anw Now Is tho time for that Ico Cream rcnued, . t . nrouerfy provon, on or before ll0Uge etc. All now. Wo hav Mnil Watcr Kreeser money Hal tminltMf-Hi- t substitute gooili tiuiiie tioiu Uie aaiui jmrKiiti. Tb .om and the goods nwy very closoly tp tborcniiinc but behind thorn M.lv slid 1 .l" yj" r t? V4 fWv 10 Slwe 10 allaiWe. tioo4 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. uue allowed bulldlLg A ru'rinshru Apply ttt,OBBe. Sale Opens Sat. June 24, 1 kWturda), June Jltli, at V a. in. . . . fchS ugie.. and m cc; high-clas- U'er. ',, rmf- - Hv 5 Oxfords At your own price in Tan, Oxblood Brown etc. $3.50 value, reduced to $1.98. Manna's Green Seal "THE passint? MADE-TQ-WEA- New Goods tion to our Summer Clothing. Wahne Menu Voanjc Mens and f R PAINT" in Once more we call your attenliny', f on nil Has stood the test of time and has been improved quality with the years. Many brands of paint are offered for snlc and quite often careful scrutiny is not Eiven the subject with reference to the quality of the pint to be used. l'rloe from liero. JS to $80. Any- EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. is TEST THE QUALITY. louse. thing you enn Hurt In New York oun b time you will see andsavo many. SHOES Ladles, H AND If you try tin ono It is a rjood idea to leam the composition of the paint you intend There offar you th LOW SHOES. $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. a difference. The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. ' ( Gentlemen Mls'cs and Hi SttfflBv D6y im stylos. Ut Velvet, In ilnflk I'.Munt Lnco Cull and nnd Vlcl, In the utMMilnrtl of nil Imw fo. odd PanU of iinr kind at I UN ost faltering tho world. This is an evidence of rood faith and attests the confiidencc the makers have in their product. I nv TOR c i onvleed. sale L. L. SANDERS B. CRAB ORCHARD KV KY , GEORGE Pr'uiTT- - ..., MORELAND liiiiliM.il FLY magpmaa rawa Ice Cream freezers i. Pettier I.eo, W. II. King. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT J. T. ilurtin, Snrnh i:. Martin, Hoy Stewnrt. I'Ulntlff. tb V. T Fred Itandorf, Miilll'ns, IJefetidint of Xotlc Stiayod or Stolen 3 steers, under Ory tci a jnd;metit rendered In III I In oaih oar. Howard for recovery' the '.thee sty'eil can e at the I U. S Shell", Shelby f'lty, Ky. . 1911. "f the aforesaid coin Hand MeCor-macSale Second the undersigned comnllsshuer, v. in binder. M. II. t.ytle, phone on Monday. .Inlv in, 1t1. Cotiutr 47 llRM. l clock. P. at . n Court Oa-- , A KIii.r stud front, of the at ty tine Itoaotnian doof In Stnr-forcourt hon i Itolt belonging toMr. (icorgo 11 Ky., eell nt public otitcry to IN t and e.i didder, the fttir.-Iits- ; of thia city, died s ml d only laai (Inscribed re.it estate, tiMTlt: (night at Mr. Hobinaon's farm uoar A tnet "' ncree of land- nw. HrvantavH o The )oiiiig1or wfui Mt. Moriah (.'h ireh. illrhtand, ! lnS sroomed lor tlia futurity ttla oa- u cottnty, Kt hounded oh the VV ClLC1 Vw wvs. ,, jifvcml weeks ago Mr. ItobliiMiii Xorfh br W'rlart. on the Hat or V ir-ny ! nth T"npiV?'rof",Ml ",r' for ,h r"'L u wu' rmer, and on theI icated and Wmi OB Co.i"'". Craitt fiatlK'i. M()rth at Jwwt $3co. AdvMte. OClCL.il leading to Stanford- and Rued WRyneslmrr turnpike. The purpose or ald a e M tn satis-f- j Commissioner's Sale a Judgment rendered In said plaintiff against J court In favor miM defendant for the mm of $100-CLINCOLN CIRCUIT COUPT with als per ropt lntret trioroon Ai- -. Charles, held, plaintiff, va. Annie 7 7th. 100 from i"USU No 136.00 October estimated until said, nnd rt and etc., di'fendanu. cost of the tlce of stole. Pin sunlit to a Judgment rendered acthWrr Terms Th0 s Id property will he at the Mar in the abort styled c.u-na tlx term, 1811. of the aforesaid conrt, tb Mld piirch cre:tt ol he months, and required to et undersigned Com will on Mdndav, tile liond tor will purchase vriee. July Iota. 1911. at 1: 10 o'c ock. P. M gte perwoji:,! the curltv approved Ly County Court Day, in front of th wttU payafcU t In Stanford. Ky., the romnihr inner oad conrt fcon' door Isrteresi ix at pnbllc outrrv to the highest nun. bearhnT aal per cent' retained ell with Ilea date oi and beat bidder the following describ- I'rosuthe and to ecure the paytneat ed real estate, to wit: That traerot havim; tno Innd in Lincoln county, Ky., bounded thereof, and the t ltd hosrf fore? and rn the Nona bv tho loads of E. W. same June 10, C'eci or a itrscaieiit, tf'l. K, M ( ' V C. carcon. Ada Caron, W U Canon, 'ibl iM P Carbon and Jamea I'arson; en UkiO. U KIOHKM .v, im. the Kast br the lands or j. t4. Mnrvtnr V2. 1. UUT1VW iJimwj '(Mi th, bv iJic landr of M. F. , ky an n,m lanrt-Jftr HaleA T. P K..R iH.rrlnd and C. N. O. Bhrok-ttlr- e ram. I. Co ; on the South bjt. the Stanford Imported CASH-RAISIN- G and HiiRtonire tunrpike, rontabilnx Ronte No. 1, boa Hh 8tanord. rb"'it 7'! arret len Uic following do- '.ri.-trat carvtd therefrom. Be- tiinr,la; at a stone, corner to Mtirphy Vn pnd V. rr tt Carson, tttonc with Sale Commissioner's M'Tnhy's line S 7iVt K 17 polos, wlli Mur-l.hKnne fence to stake, corner to ?fcd$ thenceS C8j IS 2Lio!os to a . LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT corner to Bam," thence N' SRV1 Joseph Otven- - heirs, plalntl? K 14 polrt', conirr to sime, thence ' 1.6 V l.T iHiles to n stakfl. corner to Joseph Utvcna' heir, defendants, same tli''nre N 7b '4 K 13 Ic4e Notice o'f sale. L. link,, h t ike at end of etnne fenco Pursuant to a judgment rendered t' same, thence S 0!T B SS corner to in the ab'.e stjled cipifc nt the Ma' ltnies 7 llnVB to a luiphy, thtnee S 4t'4 K 1'0 po e to term, i:ll. of the aforesaid court. ri a stake in Alurpty's line nnd cornor undersigned Com'r, tll en Monday, $12,000 Worth of Goods to be Sacrificed to ro lduo ot the tract from which July id, lbtl. County Court IJay. at thU Is taken, thonce with lino of the o'clock, P. M. In trout of the in this Great Eight Days' Sale. rcjirtup of the trat S 03 W 02 prtlea rnr-nc- r to n ptako near tre Southoaur' court house door in tftnnford. Ky , of the same, thence S 48H "VV R" tall at public wtry to tbe hlgnest poles to a take in the ctnter of, the and be3t bidder tha, fel waring de- t S Jlailwiy, and corner to residue situated in ol the net, thence with the. center cribed real ustate A curtalu county. Ky , ot th(. railroad K 05 W 18 poles. KY. CRAB ORCHARD, lhcnc X 7 W 10 poles X'7R W IS tract jif landboundwl ou tte North "''. K 8 itoles to t'i l.eslrn-In- e by' Wni. Oooch, en the South by G. Pdcs 4? acra- of Innd, In- V. Kogar. on the Ha t by I'ejtim and c'lullnss tl.' dwel Ing house nnd Hill and on 'the West by Tei-inThe said property will he eonWtrln 12V4 aeres more or leaa. po'd on a credit of six months, and Tarius: The said uroiertr Will ho the purchaser will Tie rehired to told ou a credit ot six muiUba. arm Vho bmd for the purchase price. id,'.-i- . i or wnaAT SACKS TO HANDLE with aiinroved neraonal securltv. tho uurelwf or will bo required to gieWE HAVE O'JR U uurctejKi price, with perdun'r rerGK pn'e liond . or the.... s't I AVE A THRESHER READY pevable to th Z- YOI PRESENT C. Or. I... ,KA IArnV (n'pitwt from date of ipr vi iii. souai secunir nvwnn NEED. SHOULD YOU NEED until nald. ith Wan retained on the IN AND GET WHAT cACKO o to the Comr. UearliiK payab ni"il to st'Ciii'e the pavment tireof. und WHEAT S"CKS FOR HAN&L NG O T- -, BhLLY, HYE AND SEED Internet Horn date "f anil the nld bond to have the force tix por-ceWE WILL FURNISH YOU sod offert of a Indcnient AND WISH TO CTORE SAME YOURSELF The 'ii'-- - alu uutll paid, with lien retained un chnFor will be ulvcn Hie prlvlla-- of the Innd to securo the iayru-B- t thereEACH. WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT pa vine; the purchase price oil dur flf of, nud bavin th midi- - fore4 and SEA- vale, WE HAVE QUI E A LOSS EACH YEAR ON SACKS, AND THIS he so elects, cr tnnr t'hv "ame effect ot n JudgmtiBi. This Jtne 10, bond. IN' HAY bofore fh maturity rif mid so OLD STOCK SON OUR SACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST mnrh Kill. Tto Com'r will nnl soil TO or snld Innd ns vtl be noeeiwarv to I). KI.0111.VCJ. M C L. C. t . HUUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL Bl MORE SATISFACTORY BUY WHAT sntlfy th JudgmeBt rendered here Ueo. M. DaUon. Attorney tor I'tfts. YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL BE to U3 TO HAVE YOU um in In favor of p alntln for tho of t'l'v.W. with fix per cent pteret SACKS YOU NEED FOR ST0RIM-- ' GRAIN. from Jlnrch 17 190.T. until iinld, pnd WE HAVE SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL FOR THRESHING the'eost of this nctlei. ettmntcd YOU. I'l.'RPOSSS AND WANT TO SUPP nt S12S09. Tht- - Jure 12. 11111. STANFORD. (SKO. I). FI.OUBNfP. M. (' U C J. II. Snundors, Attorney for PUT. POST1CD. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Goods, Notions. Shoes THE FARMERS Commissioner's Sale NUTS , , Stanford, K.y. tfl-l. k AJ?i ii-- J St 'iUN o"uco f Sam Robinson ."W"" J U HSWKTWK-- v r Stanford, Ky. . Hot Weather Goods Itob-(iukii- hlft-hoe- - o Screen Wire Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper,, Gas Engine Oil, Qrrppn IUUIO Prtftlorej FOR SUMMER ORIVINU , ani.;t,r n;i ildi vcouiis Vli, H Fiy Killers Pvl.nHp.r Oil the comfort ot both norses and drivers should be specially eonsldered by securing a proper ouiitt of lap roeoa, blankets, fly nets and other from our compltc asKortmeiti of horse Roods. !fere are Ight, but suong und duraole, S'ngle and double baraess, ndmlrably suited to road tajr. - SL AIJB. ecsHSinrtxerasuuuxns Polarine Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. tt-l- s poses, along with a hill line of work hanuxk oi tbe best ouaiuy at llM price. J C. McCURY, Srnirferri. RliUMfiTiSSI Panama Hats W Higg'ins. Stanford, Ky. I i' -- CURBO BY THE MARVEL OF THft CWfTURY, 8. B. B. ED FOR 90 YEARS. 1FT ..'' NEGLIGEE.' Soft' Collars - Acnituj bones, swollen Joins, p." Vt t THE BIG 1L m t. :nauently cured uironsn the UbsmI wiut puns Botanical MtcretUants. Tb' trwve It we a ill send on a Sompie Treatment free II you have bone "pains, sciatica or ler, fc'inottiik pa'iu ut. ami rf'uv-aqlihm bacK or shouidur blde wl . Tea Jms or awoaeu rauH.-iMitfttv cuiiy tn moelBS eind so "on ? to use crutekdd; bsrod thin or sHUt pale; skin Ucnes and burns. saMttMC lams bad breath. Inmhugo. gout Wo tanic lilood Ualm (B. B. B. which re Dxtvt-s- . SHIRTS Mohair Suite Silk Socks , Sanders Starts Saturday June 24, and ends Saturday July Of L. 1st. L. L Si Lln-tol- n warmth and strength Jul Is needed tnd la tbta war maalux a perfect Ustiac cure of ismms iMUDKi in all It forms. thousands ot U. a. D. has tune ol rhmnt!m after all otaer lluintnts and doctors usee tailed to help or.iure. Urtl UtUBTK or by eipresi!, ft PKR I.AKUK UOT-TI,S5KNT KKKfc bv writing Bloe Balm Co Atlanta. Sa. Ueaerlbe your trouble and fro luedlcal advice giv- .. jeef4ie nun 1 ssr UIU Mll. t.l.l fj UlMismrd an gtvin- every svuipaum. because H. U. sends a rich, tingrtng rtood of wftrm. rioh. snire blood dlreet to Um parafyisd i've. bones aiu join's, U. U LOW ' SHOES ' nhere V - K at L(iw PRICES ss ssffll cur-liliz- Mr. Farmer: 'oj a -- PftW. KlLufl LIGHTNING In lwl lightning killed only 1t' poople in this whole country. One' chances of death by llgntmag un lee than tw In a inUtsoif. Tho chance or death (row lhor, kidney or atoru-ucl- i trouldo ss vastly greater, but not it lvleetric Hitters be used, as Hotierf iladrfmi, ot West Iturllngton. la., proved. Four doctors save him up alcr eight niouthB of autTertnu from lni lent liver trouolo and yellow Jaundice ag then completely cured by He J Cummins & Wearen, Stanf ord5 Kentucky. 1 Htomaau, llor, norvo and kidney rem edy and blood purifier on ourtli. On y aM: at Penny's Drug tore. liltijc Ulltara. They're tbe beat FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KENTUCKY f J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD.KENTUCKY. CLOSING OUT SALE AT AUCTJON STRONG J.L.Beazley&Ool.f, C, McClary 'e? UNDERTAKERS DALMERS. ER IN AND EM. p-- C f?3 -- JAjraBJuJ' entire stock of Roods clll ba disposed of at auction nt my place In t'r.ib Orrlmrd, Ky, on Saturday, Juno 21, 1!HI. Iho stook cortslgt of Dry Furnishings, Notion1'. Goods. ladles' and (Jents Hose, Hhlrflj, Over nils, Jant, Kmliroldory, Laco, White Lnwns, Hoods. Dlwchcd CottoriB, fiitiKlinms. 'PefQBlfi,' Outing CMth. My ALSO DEAL- P.lbl'onu, Indln I.inen, Duck. Thblc Cloth S&ttcen, Chlrutwiiro Mohair t;ins'nn. FURNITURE, MAT. ?&- - TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOIt ALL KINDS OF STOpK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STAWFOrW, : : nsy 3eV UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Mdnoy-mfTinware, Scales, Showcases nnd manv other nupiofpus to mention. tlilnps too fa i) bcplns at 10 n. ni sharp, MR. rnln ior shine. resuieuce, GEO. B. HARRIS nnv Crab Orchard, Ky i which Col J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. o KENTUCKY. ejiecial "Far-meam tbe agent In this section we American Steamship for tbe Oreat STANFORD, - KY can immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, Kuropcan points. all to line Mississippi. Lu,Wvta and the Southern portion of Indiaua and vou think of Uosm 'Phew H. 8e me, when LANDORAF, traveling. WEST Office 'Phono 1S7. XEit, CCk A&T ? EOT ESSES TO, W. I Everything: from baby's first Seeking Your Bank Account. soft soles to the stylish Pump or Oxford for your growing' daughCAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $25,0 00 ter or son. Thafb the scope of children's department. A variety Open an Account With us: for that isn't even approachedpriccompleteness elsewhere. Our es are low but never so low as to TELEPHONES. RURAL your home modern for your family a Make FARMER: allow any unreliable footwear to to get tho lutwt market a and place yourself eplioue r'ice find a Diane oi our shelves. We time. This cau be accomtmfhed by means t compared with you and your ncinhlxrs can ytt for a sum thut r nmo uiiwi illusirate one of the many styles or aaurs our uearcai received. the Nashville, Term., for information regarding our teadquarten, m stock. Line" rate. If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service, ACCOMMODATING-And FBOGRBSSIVB TO-DA- Y. in as position ice, u quotHtimii of oui e U email min-- oeuetiU L-a- iu Waynbuf, Ky. NOOSeOBATI W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY,