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The Stanford interior journal: July 4, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911070401_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: July 4, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. wr - mi5 Wyi ( w ., VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 52 The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 4 1911 EVERY TUESDAY f AND FRIDAY. MCCREARY WINSJIA Kentucky', Next Governor. liKtAl YIUUKT MADISON MAN NOMINATED FOR GOVERNOR DY 25,000 M'DER MOTT AL80 A WINNER VPJWiffii i Primary Vote In Lincoln Connty. ' TEACHERS SELECTED CCA O'REAR MEN TO . Henalor 'Jov Mont. (Jov And. ((lea S Sup Ar Com Tr 83 THREE FOR WAYNESBURG RESIDINasAT HIGHLANl iHHtbHERS START IO WORK IN SOUTH END. MAKE HARD FIGHT WW ' a ' '? jffi ' I'ltKUINtiTSl I S -- 3 H H gj H I g H Special to Interior .Imirnnl Ioulsvllle, Jiilv ;n1. -- Ilcturnn flout most of llu northi astern o(o In the counties, wliifc races fur minor tilth en, lift not l.eon reported, show aubs.nn tial majorities (or McCreary, Mc . .! Ik 11. i. ii ...! IHinntirill. II I. I'tTHIIIll HUH ti sure lr makes McDermott ni r for Lieutenant tJovernor by nml it plnra.Uy 000 abort seem, that Bosworth lina a good chame to capture tin nudlti r Milp K Court Ili.UKe V3mm$ ''ANtMlW- - H Mckavllle )m;ino Hmwe . .... i !! t.. J ,( , ? COy 3 7 i- - r; w 8f I7 38 4!l 13 vj 0j 2 & v 8g 01 NI lft G0 34 VJ 41 S. - s ?Vi '! 41 e a ra 2a " E S a 281 23 G6 Sft 2cb', 2j3j aue 34 23 47) 4ft I. INTTERESTING CONTEST PROMI3 ED AT REPUBLICAN CONVEN . TION HERE NfcXT SAT. URDAY. I olltlral Interest now centers In tho republican county convention 'o bo held Saturday when dotegates will bo nfttm-and Instructed to nttendthfj Ilepnb.lcan state convention at Louis-lll- e July 11 when n ticket will bo nomlnntecl to oppose tho democratic ticket, headed by McCreary. County Chairman H. L. Davleou will call tho count, convention to order promptly at 1 30 o'clock. The nte that there will be a large outpouring of republican', both white itt.d black for the flKnt between tho friendf. of Judge O'Kear and those who ure opposed to hi nomination for oien.or, promises to bo Interesting. ur. Davison nnd n number of his friends are heartily for the nomlna. ;ion of fc'd Kranks and agalmit O'Kear nml they are said to have the solid support ol the colored element of tho party who are against O'Kear on account of his decision In the Bcrea. coltf u m S 3 2 1 i ftl 1 8 4D ft, 0 7 C 481 4K ft; 71'IK'I 2 tlSI'1111 3 fi GUI l ' .' ' 0fj .1ft 6I' titl 4t !Si SO) 2 77 8CM 73 74 0j 2; 1 2j 7 (! 4 ! lt, ll 2j 3I 401 5K 11 11 4 Sir 3l S 1C t!i; g fl Jp i sLM?. HI 10, ft 8 S2 47, 4U 2S 4 27 1 1 11 T. Iftjj 38 34 44 3'Ji 46 30J IC'I 40 riO t H lliirtonvlllo-N'- o. ...r.., 2 2 CT 3(v22 2 3 t t C 48 2fi 41 HlKiland Juno 30. At the meeting of tho school trustees lor tills division i Wnyneaburg Saturday tho following teachers wore soletted: Wnlnut tlrovo Mr Denny Hooch l'arlor drove. Mr. wn Knbcrti. Hound Knob. Mr, Walter McKcnzle Chestnut llldge. Mr. Took Iiy. tlreen Ilrlar. Mlss iluby Carroll. l'leasant Point Mr. B. O. Ollllland IllghHnd.--Ml- i it to H M Iltmtonvllli, MtKInn oe TurnerHvllle WnynesburB No. 0 31(1 31 (J 22 120, 17 22 8 7 3' 4 20,1 2fi 3 14 "l 31 . I7l r. 13l :il 2 121 V l 2U 11 2 121 s;i 2 2 l 38 20J 8 !l 31 14 20 22 17 42l 32 31 (I 1 18 ' 10 20. 2(if 31 2G No. 1 ........ ,; , iij 2!l i) 371 2 2S 17 2l H 23" IS l'l 14; !) 4 i) ticket mi fintnlnnril ly tli" democrats of Kentucky at their nrlinnrv election held Saturday "i n were nntniMl for plnce of honor, who1 It l9 confidently belle oil enn carry tin- - pnrt)'n tiiiiuicr to a triumphant iletorv in November jhoiit l'i ro n tie have fulled so tar to ro)rt thor hut ote on niont of tho minor n icturn lime been received ul1l I, to show tliii fcil cinlriK winners lor Unltnl H lutes Senator -- Ollli M A iIomllil IvitiRr .Mountain I ....... t, , 1 21' 27 Hl J llh fin 111' I2 l i 111 "l ii'h 17 ll ii 7' 4 13 r. 10 r.i lf fill CGI 10 r r.l ftu lit; I end ... oj 4 f T. iij. mi of W in; 2 o(i ii i. 3i ft8 i' c 3B 3 Crab Orchard No. Crab Orchard' No. f 52 12f 23 37, 7,1:111111 U nt 48' ll B, J 23 ,IC 24 65 63J 1SI 8,1 ss Zorn Uaugh. Mt. Morlah. Miss Klsle Singleton. Jtoasy Hidge. -- Miss Kannlo Hatfield. Sweet Ouin. M(b s:fflo Young. Dtincaii. Miss Inura l.ee. i:i Ison. MIms Mniulo llrown. l'olly Ann. .Mr. Mllun Shadonn. Cle.n,r Kork. Mies Mary (lastlnoau. I'ond Dlst. No selection Three of tho above nntned teachers MlBKes Haugli. Hatfield and Young lesld,. at Highland. Mr Mullln who nlso lives here will teach In the upper 2 I 4t 15 3r,,i 40 171 .1U Hi 8' HI .'.0 3o,t;iiM7Mi I'J'it ti"!' uii:isi'sui S3 n,'ir, .tU'init'TW !)7i'i20.is2 2i2 4 5(ii 3C8:ir,:ii ;.7oi fjs I liralltle 32 ,11701 i Jniiieo II. McCreary by 21.000 majorltt For Lleutenniit Ooiernor K J Mr Dormoti ly about H.00, majority Treasurer Thomas Kor Secretary of State Kor S. HIibh K -- C JllIICS. IVr Governor JAMCS Nominated In D MeCREARY COW ADOPTS Pr'-mar- Opening Dance COLT AT CRAB ORCHARD AlTENDED BY SIANFORD PCOPLE. ' BYNAM CARTFR KILLED BY TRAIN the Uema'ratlc MOTHERLESS UNUSUAL MUCH Cre Gar-net- by 2,000 majority. l ecllus Kor Attorney General James l.y :..0e0 majority. Kor Superintendent pf Public MeCREARY CARRIES I'or Commissioner of Agriculture IrIiI One of the utraiiKent .1 W N"iiihii by 2.'..,0d. seen in Lincoln count can bo witness; Court of Appcais-Itober- t Kor Clerk of the IN RESULTS OF THE PRIMARY at th0 home ol Will Cordler near l Greene b .'.000 NEIGHDOR COUNTY OTHER .. .tow land. a ery Mrl'renrv Kor 'imernor, .Mr. Cordler haa a small NEWS FROM LANCASTER lematknblo race. currying every conthree weeks old colt, Vvhlch lout Its In che Male, with gressional district mother a few days arter It was bom the exception ol the r'ourth ami th It wa fed on milk through a bottle Louisville, the Klfth. went for iJicraHter July, 3rd Filth nowral da).-- t alter tno death of Its by t.00 majority bv Mayor Aihlams The election returns 1n tlarrnn! lead ami the Whsllen .towiI "setting htwiw McC'eary to hae received hr! mother, but Mr. Ccrdler determined It to suck a .oiv and each works" against MrCrenry out oteg and Addnms 21 McDorniolt (u teach young in the wiulne .RetB Its nourish day the country districts where 3fiS .Stuart ,10; I.af in the lor Kdwards rcgulnr.y as Her tieoiile lind the nay. McCreary got It ffuin f.t. ItfiKutirth 4jft. ftin mc. ftir ment from a cow as Auditor, the nice U Very ,,,,,.. ,,,.rfrn,!i.iii .hnn lliimlelt own calf. nit Misses Kannle and Effle Young havo Sometimes tho bovine docs not give BEAUTIFUL FRUE BOOK i ot liTii-if- i f mm n I'leil tr Xirw I T. ibxe between lionwonn aim ,M,nK the larKent number. IIIII'h ma- down the milk as ireely as tho colt young at lloonvllle. ljorl: ronche 200, Chlnns 300 and in Lincoln County. riould like, and upon such occaUous ,, H. Elhrinht of Board of Trade of Ashevll!e, North only (!nrnrt ioll up the blcKcft majority r,CV- - nn(, j,r8i A In ethPTiimrt' of the ntate. with telling IliB he tii-Carolina, Issues a Beautiful and Sclcllco nill spent several days here ...rr llrht Uite wn ixilb-- In l.ln () tin tlcUet ultl tin. xception of elleit. nnd hellitle feet . no one to 'till al , Valuable Publication for agt neoi- viRUinc friends Mr. EI I'ractlcaly mcrybc that cist lor McCroery fioo. In the, disturb him while he Is feeding, Klc ikIii county Free Distribution. cngnt is in quite rceDie neaitn. race for the IitiH'ntiire John M her,, waa for McCreary, only come near. Ing viciously at all him lnra out run tht. other candidate Cap-- 1 Herman Reed the barber at t been rccorud gone lnltorn A great many was at home a few days slnce tain I. A Doty and :ho pnitent If to Mr Cordler's to see the cow and It Is a rare coincidence that any he primary. to attend the funeral of his grand particular locality ih the United The only hard flclit In tills county cumbent J O HoRle by n majority o: her unusual adopted child. .Many ol mother Mrs. Iteed. States where the climate diversity mhi between friends of McDur"- -j h the oWer men ot the community my Mrs. Spenke bus gone to Lancaster is usually bo pronounced, should be lla Hlof HitRtios Ih In ,,j. and IMwirdH for the Lieutenant '.ovtliat they never say nnvthlng like It .1 W. Acey. to seo her sou who U sick. favored with a conttnuoua round of the former wlnnlni; out. lord with her mint Mra b fore In their lies Mrs, Lena Butte who has been at sunshine and refreshing days, high IMnnrda by,.Mm. )M KnKlnnil and children of Mr-8carrjItiK the countv t.i Crab Orchard for seierai tmy mts above the humid ana sultry atmosImlnsham ar0 expected for n iilunillty Mrs returned home. phere characteristic of the summer Lincoln went itronit for McCreary. Mr and Mrs Jack Addnms. Caleb Powers llrown nnd Wl McCarty New-JeIs with Miss Kmma Meier who has been in months in low sections and at the e Arnold of Kmnkfrrt (Jarnett. :nmletl and S iiet Mrs. I'.cttlH. past year ha returned same time lree from tho severe cold loulsilllc the Ordination Service mother Mrs. Kiln man Orwn curried the countv by home. ot winter. UnU I'rather 7ihk been n recent puent SAYS VvHITE MEN ARE RESPON majorltv owr MorCnn ttilnn.the he CRAB ORCHARD Mrs of At certain seasons the southern tlreen oU polled at Crab Onhirdi.it Mrh KoKlor. and Somerset grand daiiKhter TO BE countr.V Is especially delighted but SIDLE FOR RACE PROBLEM where Cube Addtims who will be a Jennie .V.irph, Miss Georgia Harnijn. ot Daiiulle, FOR . REV. WILL HOPPER i f HELD "HURSUAY (irate lleckctt. Harvey Helm when the hot dnjs come, thoso who ieput under tinfii, iebles. puttlnn reln-:e- s Mr. Het- is uniting Miss Sadie Cattnm can aflonl It Journey northward 'vhere the county lnth tlre-- n cohmin The.ir,. I. re visiting MrH Judce .' C. Clieiiuult and lii tine" Saturday lie Ilev. William Moppet will be for. again pleasant weather times run i... mio A dispatch from Washington to tho Mieiit Mr lCd Campbell t of Itlchmor.il. nine been on mallv ordained into the mini, try at WENT TO TAFT'S RECEPTION IN swa ror a brier time. But in tbe will I. found In aiiiier column on ctienn-ilI oulsvillo Times this week o.niu: nnd Sunday with his daughters. May a eilled meeting or tie Transylvania Melt to Mr and Mrs. J re.ent mountains of Western North Carolina this mice. SMALL SWALLOW TAIL In ii.iruiiniir.. fif Ma rniiifi.lli?ll 111 III,. iiiul Stella, who are spending the sum Presbytery her,, nex. Thursday Kmoie Mr and Mrs Hanks Hudson tho people are dc'ilily- blessed fn;r were lsliopi here for the D..nllle nt four o'clock. A special from Washington says: they have n charming climate the INVESTlGAit THESE BARGAINS' Kaullmnn-Shackelf- oic ent tl.0 hanging of Mattle Lomax. a iner with 11. D. Campbell and family wll go soon alterward to Mr. Hopper wedding Mrs accept the Hepiesentatlvo Harvey Helm of Ken- ear round. In winter It never seta y,,,,,,K ,,f Mny';.,?.U. ' "r negresr. In the District of Columbia Mm. Will I'eltui and Mrs. M. E. chirge of the church ut Hurnside. hav. tucky, has Just discovered why it was too cold; In summer It never gets too lmsluosj In ' l!rw Kor bnln. I'bHMdM Ing relinquished the tMstornte of the that re went to President p:,TO,,ta Mr and Mrs. W. C. Ander. Tafts sil hot, nnd the sun shine.; so regularly Htgger'taff, McKe.- liepresentatlve Caleb Powers has been Kisli had a pleasant visit to relatives Eminence. Preesbyter.in curch, upon ver wedding celebration nt the White ever) day In the yeav that this coun prosperous section o .'.arrard connti MMdameM . ,,,, na,stn f Mt Sterling. haae been making man) fler speechc to negro 1 refin-a- l acrux of liinJ wivh i.irse of the Presbyti.ry to release llousp in a dress suit that was sev try has been very appropriately de in Stanford. T S. mm to another Presbytery. .Iellliw nml tithe.' but .'uligs. A' ree ft guest of Mrs. Itmitf.nKlkln. Miss nssemblloj, but his latest was most W. C. eral sl:es too small for him and made nominated the Land of the Sky. of i ..I llnrllltr. i.Mnl.l wife jinl children, J'he examination ol the young In the pIcturtMiptp Blue Uldgo him seat hlimelt at once with fore,ioelt ! ctMidh lh liunint'Jts iiiiis .,!.. i. . i ,l,. nn.i.iip, rl:illvil- Mrs. , In,. .. , will tako place Thuriday after- thought nnd with dignity. At the Mountains of this remarkable Westinflammatory. In It the Eleienth " .u of I.ltch-l!ed- . w ex-- illl I' IT ...r. St. Lo'ils, and G. T. Uickl-yto Jl'J.oO-- ,nir voir. fin.OiW noon, and then be will preach a serT 1.. Wall and mie dnugliters or iron ern North Carolina, standing upon nime time Representative S. A. Heptesentatho blamed white men 111., were guests of Mr and Mrs. mon e'tit". linni;e or other him O. are suti'ts of Mrs. Win. l.ear. At thc evening service he of Mississippi, learned whyhp tho topmost part ol a sketching r well I' 'Of tvpntv-twceremonies, The C. W. II M . will hold their for tlm tinence of the race problem Also p farm Mr.'abe Lackey for Hot ('. JL .Wain, o' vill be held and attended tho same function in coat nnd plateau that towers (eytl. l delightmoith'v meeting WednesJav after- reet ntioveAre-- t :,uslonIle will in tiouf-'that Hupped In t'o breeze titwl l.fd well iliui"".-'- ! It t'O ""il bonBted that it " V b,. in my wef :lte.-i?aiit;ataprpacn tho rcrinom- There .n the Tr tl' t l lioo be iind necu sitated his adopTTon ot a ful Asheillle, the most' popular all wi'ltL 0 special music by tlw choir nt both Mr. Charlie tirlmo. of MarKsimry. nJ mnny llr.. jiy, lDOt before Ibeyll ,strlde to prevent himself the, year round rowt In tlie land of Misi Clara firegoiy, of Orovllle. fame at, -- ...m. ....I it .nt.rfiiivlv ill or n CICl' o iniinbe- - .vf Also these services. from treading on lis own coat tails. perpetual good wcatuer. Thousands mcle, Mr. J. C. lowed an l'ng Mnltle Lomax In this city." Yet vlsltllg jiinif is The orllnance ol communion will The two socia burgaln lirlces. r'or fmi the bialn which ha. lo Congressmen of people flock that way every month JUi wlf" the i.oninx woman is convicted of miir I'alley. be observed at the church on next met In the lobby or the house nnd be In the year, tor every month has a 'niti'k of pneumnn'i 1ms apply to i;moisp. : Sunday morning. charm all Its own, unsurpassed nny alo ill from h'nrt gan to dlscusi their woes. HUUIIFS i SWINKHHOAIi, sentenced, nor has there Mr. Isam Jones, of Hlock, Tcnn. hod Mr Jolin Ruble, of Ituenn Vista tier and "I never spent such a miserable ev where In the nation. Lancaster, Ky. of hogs to Clncln- - yot iPen nny indication of coniinuta Despite home slight opposition It is ening," said Mr. Helm, with a grimace shlnped ii In July nnd August, Asnerllle i. pleasant visit with his sisters, Mrs. said that Kranchco I. Madoro will be mill. tho coo Invigorating atmosphere Imagine how I happened to I EOWEN for tlon or pardon. The negroes here nil Johll McClure and Mi's Samautha iho nominee or the political "powers "I can't as Miss Ilernle I.ear grow so much since the last time I of thc north but totally lacKi that hunas iniomia - j Jonfc-- - Mrg. Alexandria I8 vlsltins her that be" lor the presidency or Mexico word that suit " young cousin juss a c .....e . manity which Is so dlsagreenhlo else,,eCx,. ti,nt Mr. Powers ,her President Talt will maintain tho borMr. Mnck Moore has letumed Inm fact lAene'tlle Sha' too. "Me, too," said the member lrom where. 'lent "enlng was spent nnd Inviting re- - Hon that the woman Is lo bc pardon )fter Mrg ncck Juncs der patrol. ... Ml ufturi MIrh .. Mhslsslppi, "only 1 seem to have, fal equal when It comes to pure, exhilawrer serwi iioiii n ....iA lli. ihib.i'o .i every day In the yenr ed bv the President. len otr horribly. I think I'll bo a rating nlr Mr Charllo Jones, oT London, Ashevllle Is a modern metropolitan Pear. Vaught who has been doctor, I never knew beforo how unTHE LEDGER ON O'REAR. Pow in hi. sp.ech advoca.ee with his brother. Dr. L. F. Jones. comfortable clothes can make a per center, composed of people of a so--, very Mrs. Mack Moore lor syThrat nuffrage for women ol all colors Air. nnd Mn. Oabo Addams, ol 0, J,. ,Mll, HIUi 8 clable and co'inopolltan tvpe and has The Mays Dally Ledger, lead- son when they don't fit.' of 30,000. Elegantly ll I a liilllpneil They began to compare notes a population lurnM to her lomo lu Butcnertown I.affable. salesman tinL-- rnv nnn i rnn,i lfoMA aa nn..n .va.. ing republican paner of tlv xintn .. ... .......u n. ..t..w .i- n. Frankfort, and son, Abo, are vlsttlm; Congressional District, .m.s ; I .Miss r.rui-- i nnd suddenly the truth dawned upon equipped hotols, ranking tavorably thla m Vote For McDermott Democrats "They had sentence ie to death on i Mrs. John Buchanan. Tnncer. were married In Camnbells with the best in the country cave about ludpe O'Kear. Cut It nut nnri them. Both llv0 at the hoto Drlscoll H.othcr llolro has been caring on ull ,. Tuo,Uav. The br de w... i.e re- c,rclmBtnntIn, ovWcnce, and I had no save It for reflective reading after rnd both havo sent their evening cloth materially helped to mnfte AsheVHto Mr. nn"d Mrs. John Carson nnd fain-ll- Judge O'Kear Is nominated next es to the Drlscoll tailor shop to bo the leading year around resort on a Methodist revival meeting ul Moore number,,, to ,Io wllh tm. wiling of WlPiam II10 pressed. Add a cnreless bellboy and the continent. aro visiting Mrs. Cnudla Holmnn. month. "As to the political Miss , Ult) Centra' Record olllce for The Board of Trade has Jut Issued school house tho past week. 10 nnRe)(j nround n against o 1'ear made not onlv by the the mystery was solved. The statesA. Y. Cullon and Thomas Moore are Public Ledger, but hi tlovornor will. men telephoned thnt bell boy Imme- it beautiful booklet, nro'iigntv il'u- Nancy PUtman has returned to Mn throne of God." qulto 111 wllh typhoid feer. Mrs. F. F. fon, Mr. Franks nnd scores or other diately nnd accused him of crime, trnted with, pictures of th"o numeral , , homo in DanvlUo after ft Uslt to her,,,, j.pxlnqlw, the past Friday. Tho d interest and he llle ""0 '! sponsible for Cummins Is quite sick with toiMllltls. wo repeal wnat we nav0 said, beforo which Helmreadily conressed.tnllcot men hotels, points ot combined with n well n nun. scenes, Is ono ot tho Mr. J,r8' teased liml been nn Invalid forhusband thnt O'Kear 18 unfit to be elerin.i cousin Miss Ellraboth box. colored mnn. It is her the bondage of tho ,f yNlrBi At th0 Inst term of circuit court Uoyenior ot Kentucky nnd his candid-nc- in Congress and Mr. Wltlierspoon la written sketch ot the land of the Uho In aurvlved by five children four h( ,mpnln, or n shorter nnd very niucu slighter. Those Including hotel rnte8 and much other Is an Insult to the conr. Mrs. Julia Moberly obtained n divorce citizens or old Kentucky law abiding who know them are wondering how, valuable information that should bo HOT WEATHER HURTS THE SKIN d,iugblrt and a son the popular Hln- That O'ltear problem. rnce tv superintendent Miss Jennie from her former huetiand, Georgo on mo oencn ot me highest court In garbed as they were, either baa the in the land of every tourUL -A postal card addressed to Mr. N. Nstate Is no compliment to th0 vot- nerve to shako bandj with tho presiPoUonous persplratl,.. cauncs was tostored to all tho the or Li Buckncr, Socrotary, Ashevllle, North , , were iiiuuk.u ." ers district We furthermore dent and Mrs. Taft. silieliall TnVnr Moberly and ea. hives, blotches, plmpleg and prick- i,. n.r. nw i'n nt" i.icu cemeter f iiihii Carolina will bring you ono ot these C. 127 lambs from A. C, rights, privileges and Immunities ot say thnt when Judge O'Roar debased publications free ot charge. ly l.ei't, often tho beginning or serious Mr . and Mrs It L Klkln entertain - ol Hoyle Pt taking against . ,i..ni..y,.i . i.,u. nt Mllm. nt trn llUCKeve reciiun 1rivniH' nn unmarled woman. Hon. F. V. Bob bU high oftlco by or tho sides by (Joy MORGAN'S MEN WILL MEET AT artistic CO ai II 1"-l" the enrorcement skin troubles. law -- r. q PARKS HILL ' country homo on Stanrord TO THE PUtJLICJ ; , ernor Wlllson ho should havo been the ,k,Uo ont.ro,, bin wns her attorney. Impeached. of V A Lenr shlnped n car-'os-d opply a simple solution known as D. J1,'"" nnd children of Seattle' Having lost our dwelling nnd con "In all reason has thero ovor been Col. II. C. Morgan and other old ....- An inviting ana appein- - non in D. D. Prescription lor cczoiuu. ii. ii. 'I'nshlnKton C 'nclnnnU, Lincoln Beachey. Calirornia aviator, unythlng analogous to th0 conduct or members ot Morgan's command, went tents by fire, we take this method bottleB, but g luncheon was spread In true Ken- - Rogsadale and Company 1 D. s generally sold lu V to Carlisle and conferred with Mr, ut recommending the Home Insurance Htnnerv circled above Niagara Falls. A. Lear boueht from C you Ul? II. M. Tyler nnd Ureon K. Keller with Company ot N. Y., represented by for 'J5 cents wo can "u. ,.. ,.n.i .miis B 7Cnound laauib, for r, :m .hi..n,i n rimilirh to nrovc that lUU U'J IIIDl me wuijj io 1110 the result that It was finally decided Jesse D. Wearen the Insurance maan Thuri e.Mils and 30 lambs of sbout tho same I'Vuvmu nit) iirvitvB mi iuu u inter heal the Inthmed of hog, from this place drops soothe nnd to hold tbe annual reunion at Parks Stanford, Ky., ror their prompt and bridge nnd down the gorge bunch which they bought velght for August 90 Hill at the usual time. The old Veto-ra- liberal settlement ot same. Signed skin us nothing el?e jan Pence rlifJ In the rents. . me wouuer.u. .ru.v . ,rom w ii - n,i w C Shanks, o' 5 J. C. COLSON. J. N. We vouch for have gotten used to going there 54 1.350 oo.ind cattle tu the whirlpool and then landed safe und murder and intimidation were rife export uarraru bow C cents; they It n aud would not hear to any other Menerttt. Admr,, estate ot Polly J. ties of I) D. D.. for ve knok that ol Stanford, nt of lambs 154 nlso i 'a tne Mntt B"5ctlous of our Common Kox and heaiul tbat to on the Canadian side or tho river. a carload 'wealth."(deceased.) relief tor all kinds proposition. Lexington Herald. I I 127 CMtS. "ft ?Un Bhugars nnd Tanner. they bought from the following- Itarksnlu llr.mlett liy '.' GARRARD BY 826 ATTRACTS ATTtNTION AT WILL CORDIER'S SPECTACLE tcr rn uiinn '. d air-ilns- lne or 1 llt OROUND TO DEATH btiNkATH WHEELS OF FREIGHT TRAIN The opening event or tl e Crab T ROWLAND SATOi chard Sprlngb wab a brilliant ball URDAY. . liistorlc Khen Krhlny evening. The I)num Carter, la years ol age, was was even place, always attractive, more so on this occasion. The manage Killed about G o'clocl: Saturday evenment did much tow mini making tho ing In the switch jaards at RowAbout three weeks ago Carnance a. most dcllghtfu: one, and In land. eery detail success was theirs Such ter returned to his home there after nnd or- having spent several yearg as an enleatures as a fine chestra, broad erandas and delight-lu- l listed man In the regular army, but In or swlncs. nirord an Ideal location for bad decided to go bac-i- ngaln an eienlng of daticin. The floor, der to say good bye to his brother alter Carter, who was In tlioneh well filled was not crowded Capt. and In addition to the hundred or charge of the freight, Ilynuni Cr.rter more bote guests, dancers from many boarded the train and while II was Kentucky towns were present l'resl-dn- t still In motion attempted to go back to llohinson, Mnnnver Willis and the caboose. In crossing from one .Mrs. xVlllls are to be congratulated car to another he lost his footing and Kieht cars upon the distinct success of the open- le to the track below ing lny. and Judging lrom the size nassed over the unfortunate man be- Krldny evenln?s gathering, their ore me irain oouiu oe stoppen ami o botes of making this season the best, i.e was iiornuiy mnngieu. one leg' was mt olf. his hip was crushed to i ie well founded Viunntr those who vent I nun uere i imip uiuuii arm coiipieieiy seiereu. wore Mr O. 1.. I'enny aud daughter Notwithstanding these Injuries, Car-i- t r lived an hour and was conscious a Mls.s Uertii Jem l'cnny, Mr .MiKe 1'eniiy, nnd Miss Nnncy Veager, Mr greattr oart of the time. Tho funeral sen ices were conducted by Rev. .1. 11. Joe llil! and Miss Mary Kllzabeth Mr Claude tllbb and Mrs. Jones Sunday afternoon at tho home N. Mene-feMcKlnney. Mr. John ot his mother In Rowland, after which Jr., and Mrs. Sue Yeagcr, Messrj. Ilarvjy Helm. 1. .1. Hill. Jr.. Wesley the remains were laid to ren In Buf (leorpe Nrwlnnd, Hussell falo cemetery. i:mbrv. ball-roo: 1 1 e. le" 1 MIsb Knnnle Yi)ung nlso if this place will teach at Addvillo HarrlFon ctninty. Jllss tirace Young will teach near tho Ureen river railroad bridge i.to i.ong wtio ha, been living at Dan-- i lo for some tlm0 has moved back to Highland. Wheat harvest U ovtr and farmers report a very good crop. Late sown oats arc looking well. Tho family or John V. Carrier have JuBt passed through a siege of the measles. They all got a ong very well except Mr. Carrier and the little ooy Alvm. Alvln has been serloud elcl: for nearly four weeks with slight Improvement In this condition uhlle Mrs. C. has been sick two wc or more. Her condition Is somewhat Improved at thli wrlt'ng. The neighbors giunered In, about Hi In number with hore3 plows etc. and worked out Mr. Carriers wheo crop Wednesday. I). It. Addams and B. i). Wyatt each started out with their threshers this week taking quite n number of the boys and men from thti neighborhood Mr. Heazley will run Mr. Speakes' ureen tlvcr district. the other hand n number or supporter.! of Judge O'Kear say that they will be n hand when tho convention Is ca'Ied to o'der and they believe that they havo a splendid chance to get the instructions of LinAmong coln count for their man. thoi-who wlh be found leading tho fight lor O'Kear aro B. T. Lunsford. dldney Dunbar, P M. Alcltobcrts, II. B. King, Henry Catron, T. W. Napier. W. K. Dlllion, J W. Hutcheiion, Berry Howard and a number or other leading republicans. There Is not miu-- fight on any ol the other candidates for state in Lincoln county. It Is certnln that Lincoln wl 1 Instruct enthusiastically for Judge L. W. Bethurutn, ot llockcastle, for tho nomination tor Auditor. There may, b0 aomo disposition on the pirt of the leaders not to Instruct as to the other minor for the reason that thev may llgure that they can more materially assist their gubernatorial candidate by not binding themseiiej with other Instructions. The convention Saturday promises threshing machine this season. to be one of the most interesting held Mr. O. O. Speakes Is still running In republican ranks In Lincoln county his saw mill near Wcodstock. lu many years and a large attendance Messrs. Ihitt and Hurt on aro also it expected running a'threshcr this season. On lege case. i i i ' .,vi,i ..ls . V n - ,,r ,,, - i.ii. ' I dlt-IM- i 1 Wlth-cispoo- ' .'(. !. Pr JKualjejntl. o hun-die- d seven-leagu- e ,, hr . car-loa- B ...... 1 "J"" li..h,ni $ X rni .n.ii"; , ' rZ "PS? mW ,, wu W1,;c,. v . nies ,, y r.li- -' el sway theetty ,,, ;..., ',,,,, .; 2 ,..,, " '"'" r.. - - ? ,r.e "".. y. lat er IMMel'; picvi..i" "o tjT3!k Z "i'"! $8 J U J ""art'or,u'nl,"tlB y Col-co- Z21J& PRICES! Commencing SATURDAY. Down With he Imerior Journal. Established 1872 JULY 1st her again, litre never to part. Call not bock the dear departed, HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher puchoicd safe hon storm ar o'er. II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE! ut tho bor,,or oon wo Icft hcr to meet nnd part no more. Entered at the postoftlce at Htan by Hov. After funeral service ford as second clats mail. Combs the remains were laid to rest "I DEMOCRATIC TICKET. in Plcksant Point cemetery to await (lie Mimmons of the hlslorl CMigol Kor (Jovrrnor Jameg U. .McCrcnry. when he khall summon the sleepers to Kor l.lcuL governor E, J. AlcDermott Kor Treasurer Thos. S. lthea. awake and meet th0 kins of Klary. For Secretary of State C. K. Crere- - Written bv her teacher, NKTTIK l proalke on Mitlfctton to have which we can rely that there Is anoth. rr life after this, where wc will meet CALL FOR CONVENTION To tho republican electors of Lin coin county, Kentucky: In obedience publican ,,, llus. HOG IK. Ending For Attorney General James GarnetL for Stnte Superintendent ot Schools Uarksdale Ilamlett. Kor Commissioner Agrtculture J. W, AN EDITOR'S TOAST. Saturday, Sem-Annu- al Jdv Our M Sale - Newman. For Clerk Court of Appeals Greene, It. I r'or RaJrorsd Commissioner W. K, Klalr. For Circuit Judge Cbarles A. Har din. FOR REPRESENTATIVE William II. Shanks announces his from candidacy (or Representative Lincoln county, subject to the action How dear to our hearts Is the, face of a dollar, When some kind subscriber presents It to view I It may come today or It may come tomorrow; It may come from others or It may come from you. The big, shiny dollar, the round sli- Clearance For 1 5 Days Only See Our Wonderful VKl. ver dollar; Dear delinquent subscriber, preot the Democratic party. sent It to view. A round silver dollar we hall as a treasure, It Is n splendid ticket the democrats Kor often expenses o'crwheltn u, nominated for state offices at the priwith woe. mary. Th0 democracy has spoken In Wc count it tho sourco ot an exquisite do uncertain terms. Now for a rous p'casure, Ing old time majority in November. And yearn for it fondly wherever to the ca'1 of tho reState Ccntrni Committee of Kentucky and tho rules goicmlng thq Republican organization, tho rbnpubl'. can voters of Lincoln county, nro hen; by called to moot In mass Convention nt tho court houso at Stanford Ky., tin Saturday, July Sth, 1911 at 1:30 '. clock P. M., standard limo for the purpose ot selecting delegates to at tend the Republican Stato Convention vhlch will convene In tho City uf Louisville, Ky., Tuesday, July 11th m 12:30 P. M., tho said Stato Convnn tlon being called for the purposo 'A nominating candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney Gener al, Auditor, Treasurer, Secretary of Stale, Superintendent of Public Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor nnd Statistics nnd Clerk mmmi Night Shirts 50c and $1. Collars, all the new of tho Court of Appeal!!, to bo oted Shapes and string ties 25 for at tb0 November election,. IS 1 nnd 50c. Suspenders 25 and 50c Gaiters 10c Very Respectfully, 50c, with the rubber in them of any R. L. Davison, Chairman Republican Four-in-handjbo- Mens' Furnishings! its selection than our furnishing goods, and today we are show. No line of our business requires more careful thought in ing dress shirts Negligee shirts, V with soft or laundered cuffs and collar at 50c. $1, $1.50, $2 25and BOY'S KNEE PANTS CLOTHING! In Blouse Effect We have the largest stock of cloth-in- c In town, hand tailored, and pure 11.30 knee pants must go at 51,25 must go at wool. $1 must go at JO MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS! .2C must go at must go at $16-9- we go. My: but tho InterMtg nro getting It Loving money lg sinful, some good people tell m; in the neck these dnys of democratic But the penniless printer can hnrd-ltriumph). Last weoic when Senator be blamod. Gor0 moved to Instruct the standpat hard-wor- k flnanco committee to report the house The Dcnnlless printer, the ing printer, woolen goous bill out by July wool and Keeps sending out papers that In5118 10th, tho interosts could only rally a terest you. 94c pitiful llttlo handful or 18 senators to 79c oppose years ago So hand in the dollar th big, daddy two 39c 19c Executive. Committee, Lincoln County Georgo D. Florence. Secretary Rcpubl! ran Executive Committee Lincoln County. 51 J garter made. Collar buttons 5. 10 and 25c June 27th 1911. y Carriage painting, rubber tiring, and repairing nt prlcw you can't beat anywhere J. B. Ely, Junction City, Ky. 3812. and $30 suits at 14.98 S20and 22.50 suits at 518 suits at 99.93 WZ.50 and J15 svlts at JiO Stilts at We hav0 about 300 wits. In special you elsewhure tzes, that wl Crom 910 to 1 18. New goods. . Our f MS Ale price JZS '1-9- 13 Tt 5638 IIQ suits nt 3.S J8 milts at W.98. J7.50 suits at M J6i0 suits at 13.68 SS, suits nt 2.68l V sulfa at ...a 4.o 5X50 suits at 53. suits at Wa hate about 100 boys suits, straight pants that sold from J2.50 to 58. Wo will run these out now BOY'S SUITS $12.50 suits at KNICKERBOCKERS 97.10 at 9W ODD PANTS. ot Worsted, black, flannel, outing pants, green plaldB. brown and serge, spring stles at prices you never heard Before. IT.50 pants at S and J8.60 pasta k 51,??, $5.50 pants at . GLOVES 54 and 4.50 pants at 2.68 51.50 gloves at 53" and 13.50 pants at 81.79 $1.25 and $1 gloves at .60 pants at 5"f and. All kinds of wash pants from 68c to JOc and 51 gloves at to and at 85.28 83 53.68 82.98 During th0 Taft contest In the 9c $1 hats at two yoars ogo tho Mormon sena 3)c tor Smoot wad tbo right hand man of .50 hats at 19c .25 hats at Aldrich and many have woundered why Utah should be so greatly Inter-- ( JOHN B. STETSON HATS 52.98 estod In a high proteclvo po'ley. The $i and 55 Mats nt Felt hats In all shades of the stan- cat is out of the bag. The Mormon dard make. church aa a fullfledgu: partner In the $3 and 53.50 hats at 52.29 a monopoly 52.50 hats at 51.88 American Sugar Tnsi, "2 hits at 51.39 that enters the home of every Ameri$1.50 haU at 98c can citlzon and domamw tribute. Many 51 hats at 79c Lincoln county people are thus forced to contribute more to the support of CAPS. 50c and 75c caps at 39c the church rounded by Brlgham Young 19c nud Joseph Smith than tfiey give to i5c and 35c caps at Every time you MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS their own church. AT 8 CENTS, 12 CENTS AND 16 buy a dollaru wwth of sugar you CENTS. nd can rest pay 36 cents tribute assured that the smart Mormon gets ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR 39c his share. How do you like It? Worth 50c and 51 now 19c Worth 50c and 25c now 51-1- 9 $2.50 bats at 2 hats at 51.50 tints at HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW 52.29 and 53.50 hats at 51-7- short it. Just undor the leadership of Aldrich these senatorial bloodsuckers ran over the senate rough shod. Vhcn the people rise 'n their wrath something happens dollar. Dear reader now won't you prcsonl them to view. Ex. hS IB Frx- - Collar bars for solt 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. 51.39 JSHOT or POULTRY WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever warrant conditions BOURBON CURE dawi the throat ot a gaptof chlckeo. dratrora the worms and sarea the chka'a life. A lew dropa In the dtlaalsc PREVENTS DISEASE the treatment of White Diarrhoea In rfclcks and Blackhead and other diseates In rarkeya BOURBON POULTRY watr core and H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. CURE HAS NO EQUAL it Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular One 90c bottle make 12 oalloaaof medklne. Kur Sale ily NEW 8TANFORD DRUG CO. depositors' Don't overlook them. 51.19 79c 39c I MISS KATE FRISBY- - Bring Your Prescriptions K Here To Be Compounded When MEN'9 UNION 8UIT8. 51.50 quality now quality now fl 79c 8c 25 o BELTS Worth 50c, 75c and 51 now belts at 39c 19c SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! ft. lot that is worth actual value, 52 to High ana low cut absolutelv the '1i19 best ot makes AiX. I.KATHKH go now at aatne worth $5 to 57 SHOES WORTH 54 and 55 sale prlc" FANCY VESTS. S. 8 SHIRTS For Work Ores and Every Day I? shirts now 51J50 shirts now 84e 51 shirts now 39c C0c shirts now 81-4- Kc garments go at LADIES SH0E8 and oxfords In velvet, patent flnlfh metal and kid. 52.98 $3.80 oxfords U UNDERWEAR OP ALL KINDS 39e $.! oxfords at DOc and 75c garments go at 52.34 shoes at 1i shoes at $2.50 shoes at $2 shooj at $3.50 53.29 52.98 52.34 51-9- 51.64 ..., remembrance of Mis-- j In loving Kate Frisby, daughter of Mrs. Llllle Krl.by who departed this life May 24, 1911. After a ssort llmess. She was taken away In her early life but was prepared to meet her savior and had expressed herself willing to go. She fully understood that no cure awaited her bodlL Is hero and sweet rest came to her when she fell asleep' to awake in that heavenly borne where no pain nor death, can enter, to meet sKTuesi. relatives and friends who have tlready crowed the crystal tide. Her loai Is great Indeed to Doar, lut God In love will make a choice. Mother sister, brother and friend a supreme IppaBBaaaaBBaaBaaBBHiaBBBBi ceaso thy weeping, trust State Bank m OETSY'8 POINTERS: "Molly and I agree that counter-fel- t money and substitute goodj come from the samL parents. Tho coin and tho goods may vory closely raiemblo tho genuine but beblnd thorn Is 1 Trost (o. sin, neither honor or nonesty. You 1 will And no subntltutes, only the genulno ot standard quality at Coffey i- Coleman's. Now is the time tor that Ice Cream Freezer and Water Cooler. Wo hav - ynur physician ha pre scribed a medicine (or you to tale, the next Important step l to have that prescription placed In the hand ol a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will bo compounded exactly as directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation (or always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and (eel that, In nil justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prtacrip- tion kerr. Here, too, you will find a complrU and inviting display of toilet article, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating wo carry ami recommend ALABAST1NE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples o( tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 19c $2.60 oxfords $2 oxfords at $1.50 oxfords at at ".a i.64 51.19 them. NIGHT SHIRT8 FOR Worth: 50c and 51 now SOX MEN 39 51.50 silk socks at COO silk socks at 25c lisle socks t 15c lisle socks at 10c lisle sock at c lisle socs at 51.98 Hoys slippers from 51.48 to 52.48 81.19 38c TENNIS OXFORDS 1c and shoes. Rubber uoles. c&nvag upHo pers, 75o quality at 39c c LADIES" VE8T8 12 and 15c ladloi vesta now .SC l-- $3.50 fish brand $3 slippers at $2.50 slippers at SLIPPER8 FOR slippers at ....52.68 62-3- M6.N AND BOYS 9 MONUMENTS 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 , ta have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. $ COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. Phone 1B8. . Stanford, Kentucky Lincoln County il Bank I We Want at 5 caaea at irultand $10 twit cases at 51.55 suit cases SUIT CASES 57.50 suit cases at case at 5C50 suit 55.48 84.98 53-7- 8 12 It 15 2c per yard now 7 yd blenched cotton, now ..9c and 17 l-- LAWNS First Roll of Honoi 52.68 AMERICAN AND SIMPSON CALICOES 84c 4 BRAND Trunks of All Kinds at Cost UMBRELLAS From 39c to 51.98 ALL KINDS OF PAItASOLS LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR sold for t.50, now. 12 c WHAT and per yard ABOUT THAT! 5 2e ORE33 GINQHAMSI and 15c, now t 8 c Wm. Adams & Son. vvVVV''V''''VrJ FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY 142 Produce AND,.?.ANDLE UVE AN" DRE88ED POULTRY, EGQ8, ICE. COAL, WOOL, HIDES, FURS. 8ALT, LIME, GIN8ENO, FEATHERS ETC. DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS, with the cement, lime, etc., you get from Hemember tnat all our build Ing materials are mucn stronger than tho ordinary and you can therefore use less than ordinary quantities. If you like we'll tell you just how to mix them to get the best results at the least cost. Come in and ask us. A ALLEN, Stanfertf, Ky. Bank in Stanford N. Broadway, T '.A.aVaaA Ttf ivy. First in Central and South-Ea- st EMBROIDERIES 50a quality 25c, 25c quality at 12 16c Kentucky H. B. Northcoft T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. that '" PR1CE8 YOU WOULD NOT DREAM OF quality at 10c Ninth in State of u. !R PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your BankJAccount. CAPITAL $50,000. TO-DA- Kentucky Capital Surplus 100,000 Spring Suitings f 100,000 S Sam Robinson, Ky. Stanford, Open an Account With us Y. SURPLUS $25,000 CorrjcrflexttoCoUrt-lloiJseJ- Stanford, Ky. My new spring ana summer samples aro now ready for your Inspection. .They comprise the best on tho market J can suit anyone as to prlco who had Wat.ru lu position to do all klndi ol eon. bis clothes mad0 ti order. A suit ermtus. uou b Itlock Work, I'htviudoii mado to your lutasuie Is prcforable and. Id fact, wo can imikH uuy tlnnii from oousuduwnionienco post. Wt) enn rrTi to ready mado clothes. To have them muue tn uieusure doesu t cost any ran promptly nnd suurantva work nnd innturlnl On II nnd Kt our prliwi moro than ready nmn.. whm mmiix you buy your limterlnl nt Ivnat. leforo and (It Is considered. Comn In and I let mo tako your raoasuro, titunford, Kt, H. C. RUPLEY, The ITacUcal Tallw. J. CONCRETING nrst-eln- PHILLIPS BROS., -- 'V - ' .. Make .i PERSONAL and SOCIAL Sale A Begins Note 8:30 Of a, m. This! 'I SEVERANCE'S July Clearance Sale Begins Wednesday, July 5th, and continues 1 0 Days. Ten days of Special Prices. Mrs. Kllrnbeth Dillon, who linn been , Caudo C. lAote. at tholr homo In th'o Somersnt Time The many friend of Ml Kllznlie city last Thursday evening, tho affair Thatcher will regret to learn she Is Sotn being in obseranco of the first an- III nt her home on North Main cret Time. nivtrsary of Mr. ivnd Mr. LootoV George 0- Menefee entile home all Ala., to tunrrlnge. the wny from Hlnnlngham. and McDermott oto for McCreary The piests brought with thorn a Saturday. KvnnsUIIe. Ind , number of beautiful presents for tholr B. T. Carter, of Joined hi wife, at he mother' Mr. hosts as well as a goodly supply of Julia Hughe1 here Saturday daugh- refrejhnionLi nnd a very delightful Mm. Wools Oglhle and ter. France of Princeton, fcnv0 been evening was spent socially. Kuejtr of their aunt Mr. J C, Hay. - trom a vUlt to friends John Cotalf Mr. John llannistrr nnd wife of Marlon county are with Mr nnd Mm. Ike Spire and family nd hula May Margaret Mine Hajs were with their cousins. Misses Myrtle and Cleo lln.wn cteral day. making considerable J. II. ltrown on his residence Mew Improvement lndowg and n porch in front The sls'er porch floor will N oncn-tchildren Mr. Ad Addam nnd two Wednes LINCOLN GIRL IN WEST. ol Panvt le. returne.1 home day niter upending soerai uay whu Mr. Annie Park nnd Mr and Mr. Tha Timi, published at I)neuiMirt, Frank Wcsterflcld CapL Joe Lynn Conor cume home A'nkhlngton contains this notice fiom Frnnktort to ote in the sriniary ho a Lincoln county girl, Ho wn accompanied hy hi wife and her marriage was Mlsa Livings-(tin- , hnnd'ome young mi Mr. Ucclo Henilcy, of Stanford I a daughter of Hev. nnd Mrs. J. 0. IMtlng Mr. nnd Mr Humphrey Hud-ho1 Irlngston: Meu.er.ger. Danville ' Mr. John Fouler, of IledreTllle, Observed Cotton Annlverssry. wa called hero last week on account A party of about forty f l a of tho tho deatb of hi rather Mr Hen of KoMer. Montlcello Outlook ?tiembcr. of tho Sunday school Hutti A len returned today Ml and congregation of tho Christo friend In Stanton trom a Mr. Mnry Owen returned Monday tian church surprised Mr. nnd Mm 1 g (iiltc III for setcrnl dnys, Is considMr. l1rorni Hume nm heto Sunilny erably better, Mr. Mary Penny and Miss Virgin-I- t tho RUfSt of Miss NllO Woods. .duhony go to Darn 111" today to Judge J N. Haundcrs Hefrrec In llankruptcy, of Stanford, win here islt Dr V. II. Penny nnd fnmlly. Mr. and Mr O S. Jitimtiurstcne this wck. Imdon KMitlni-- l tho marrlngo of their daughter Ml Clnra O'Conner rct'irnisl Monti ly from b visit to rolntlvrn m Uiura Mildred to Mi. T. Hood Kn friends nt Htnnforil ami In Lincoln glciiuin Wednesday tno '.list of June county. Somrrsct Hcpiibllrnn ns nleiiUen hundred eleven nt nine o'Mr Joe lloodo, of Stanford with Mr. and Mr J. II Stmifirr la I clock P. M., nt homo niter July Jtilcstiurg C'olorndo. wcok. Illrhmonil Heglstrr Judftn J. W Alrorn, of Stanford, Hev. J J. Dickey will preach nt' win In IMnovlllo attending to legal ML Xei.la School House next Sunday business.- - l'lnolllo Hun Dr. nnd Mr. V F illckle went to al 3 .10 P M Oupt. Phil Soden of LotilsUlle, wan Knoxvlllc Sunday to visit the loctor Thursday lure for setcrnl dny Inst week wit. p.tnnts. They will who ha Newborn Ml 0xrKl Ool. Huff Diiddcrnr and family. teen teaching nt the Tennessee choo Mlis for tho deaf nt Knonllle, stopped off nesday t'hnrlotte Wntren went Wedto Cincinnati, where she will for few dny. vllt to l)r nnd Mr T kpenil konie weeks !n the study of home to V. I'onnlngston, en rout china and portrait painting nt the Huston vllln. Judge U M. Hone, of Little Hock, urt academy. Mrs. Waren nnd MIbm Ark., undo of V K. Tnt wws here ,'argnret Warren aleo tpent soonU Cincinnati. last week for n ihorr I vWt U U days In Dink and Miss Sallle Mis ono of the Judge Hoo nephew. III fnr seera! most distinguished Iawrs of the Farmer hae been quite Miuth. It I said that he declined tho dPTb Mr Porter Stngg of Lexington, appointment 1 Attorney Heuernl In Mimday rotitn ited thiotiEii hero visit huron sister. Clevrt'ond" cabinet. Hon. J. M. Alvprvin, fume tome to Middlfirboro to Mrs. A. A. Warren. from Frnnklort Saturday to vote. B. P Owsley I here from Colum-LuDr. W. A. Hrown was In Stanford On., with his father, Dr. J. II Tuesday. Owsley Mr. M K i'va l ' r.irrn K. S. Alcorn went o ML Vernon this week In the Interest of s, rim-tucr- lue's Arnica Salve, tho quickest, surest cure for burns, wound' , bruises, PROFESSIONAL AND Koj- Sale' BUSINESS CARDS Fresn Jen.ry cow. J T. Uuli, sores, It subdue Inflammation It kllls ""In H soothes unci head Olnganuin, Stanford, t Drltes olf skin eruptions, ulcer ol AUTOMOBILE pl e. Only 25 cent"? at Pennv Drug Henry SERVICE Casey, D. V. Clean, ltellabln Car. Etcre taataa SHORT LOCAL NEWS - r.0-"- L. S. OANVILLi; MUTOK& Bl.KUTIMCCO Danvlllo, Ky. x HONEST Klro Insurance The Kldellty-PhuiiComMtn has placed their farm department with W. J. Campbell, nt Hiutonvllle. Thds nddition with the MEDICINES FAKES. VERSUS Veterinarian Former Director Animnl Industry Philippine Islands Inanan United Stutes Army Ex-Vet- er if Notice! Poultry Raisers 44 SOLO RY STORE S1ANF0RD,, strong companies oniprlslng this ng- ency puis It In tho front ranks In loss poylng power. S7-- Ixiw loiiud trip farij Queen & Crescent Houtu. The Queen k Crescent Itouto announces low fares will bo In eifect account Fourth of July. Tick-et- c will be on Balc July 1. 2, 3 and 4. fltinl limit to return Juy 8th. Ask ticket ugent for particulars. W. A. lkckler, Cenernl Paspengcr AgenL President Tail' tecenl messnge siig gebtlng an amendment to the Pure Food mid Drug law In It relation to Prepared Medicine, does not refer to such Htandard medicines nr Folov Honey nnd Tar Cctipound and Foley idncy Pills, both ot which nrc t .uiMicliieti tarunnlv compoundeil of ingredients whoso medicinal fiuani are recognized by the medical prof. Mon Itrtiil as the best known remedial ngenu lor the CI lenses thev nrn Intended to counteract. For over three decades Foley's lloncv and Tar Compound mas been a standard remedy tor coughs and affections of the throat, chest, coughs, colds and of the throat, chest nnd lung-fochildren nnd tor grown persons, tnd It retains to day Its preeminence find Fcley Kidney Pills are equal)' cbow all other preparations If 1 effective nnd meritorious r Cholera. Gaoes. Liirrbernerk. Rnnn. fankcr. SoTv;:.';oo0r7x Diarrhoea and all Diseases of poultry VET' B,ow PENNY'S Jl tt Druhtj. n- (ifflce LOGAN'S STABLE, Phon 432, Agent American Hog Cholera Scrum. DANVILLE. KY. MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln Lnlse .No. '0 K A A. M. will meet In itntnl tomiiiunliiitlon on lint nnd month, at 7MU tblrii Muiuia) nlKhta ctt-nclVlo-In thrtr hall on insln alrcept, Htnnforil, Ky. Memh-rsnloOufanre T. W, PenInvlleil to Mm Kd Bryant. Banhown, Kr.. hti! "I hare tun Rmr for ytanaaiKMnaltthc poultry inunfy made. Ileum pnaadlnatmwck witltimtlail Kf ,atr ,"0 diop at Ruir 1 AocT"! down lUUU a sataog yf" chKla Ula lh worm aaj rrlwira th. crack I aat.all;, hi Irx beat trncatiTC I bate ct ined." Mffl. and Ciunntctd by J. KobL Crnmt, Birdstown, Ky. Price 50c at all DRUG KENTUCKY. litr nington JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. Specialist on 'II horse and animal disease.- Stanford, Ky. Phone, 194 W. W. BURG) Office mill. on legal Imslnenfi Monday. nocWM iirraw. Th prrtort rcnbinaOoa or rrJ S Hocker, nnd daughter. Miss two laarnlu-Bt- l la nat rrTvlurra aufh wxmdrrful lb Sunday for n several amta la ruriA( eatarm. iw lor mttmooiaia. irrv. Mnrgnret. lei I r i rilKN'KV tx.IToj.. lolrdo. tt Tortland, Oregon a 8oM br tlruxtkita. prr 'V weeks' visit to other joints on tile l:cinc coait. Taaa Hall amllr un !sr toniUpatma. I aullne Hocker, who went in Mln coat between I.0 ngie. to the Natloual Chris Lest Dlue serxe and Stanrord. Hochurch v Man Sunday School convention, ward for Its return. Kurene Good 2t. join tnem nt Portland nd mako tho return trip home with her father and People. Get In the Hush at Hobin rtnrtt Ml tutiii1 diAmA. ukI la vrdrr to rurr n ywt miwt uke lntriul miwiw ll&Jli Caturb (xn k, turn and ft(1 dlnrtly dixi fli bi.wMl and rourvu tuTlmf. IlkJIa furrti Vu k, not quk rordl- Cln. It rm pfrivntl bjr one 0 hr win rnrttruu In thl muntrr lor rrr od to rrrutar prr,Tipiiim It U rumnnwnl of thv twt took abowb. nmblro. mttk th twt bkKht panflrrm. arttsjt dlrtt ob tbp the m vilh Cntarrlt Cnnnot Dc Cured U)CAI. AITI.ICATIOSH. M lbT tuml rrai CXUrrb ki blood or of Um dlr- - ons hale. The Mlddlet.horo 6ays tills of the promotion of Mr W A. Yenger, who mnrrled Miss Stella of this city: Mr Will Yenger manager of the mines of tho Edge-vooConsolidated Coal Co, has accepted a position iw general superintendent of the mines of tho H.O. Camp tell Co, nnd will also be located at Westbournc. Mr. Yeagcr, was with the Foik Hldgo Coal &. Coke Co., be fore going with Kdgcwood and U well known In the Mingo Hollow district. News-Hecord DhNTIS.. at Retldcce . Divided Skirts We Do Not Handle But CRAB ORCh'ARD. Ohio over II. J. MclloberU' Store Stnnford, Ky. 'Kr , DR. W. N. CRAIG, Ocullit and Optician LcSN. TITCETHBLE No. SI, Houtb, 10:t6 A m. No. :t, orth,:40 a. M. No. H. North, bin P. at. No. 17, WW A.M. No.il, noath,ll:Jr. at. m. We Do Handle JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. DR. No.JS.llMP. A Big line of T. W. PENNINGTON For Sale! Pence llros. Second hand hay rnke 5P-.- L Hours 8:30-1- 2 A.M. and 1 to 4:30 P.M otflce Myers House flats Stanford Ky WILL ADAM8 Dentist BOWMAR'S SUMMER TOURS Pants for Men! Light Weights for these hot summer days, in full peg, medium and straight. llt In Stanford of hauling, Fur Livery; all Personally conducted; low Inclu- niture packing.kinds accomodation. Stanford, Ky. sive celt; Phone 173 HAIL For J 1.50 per acre I will In A eiiowstono Park and West, smarting turo your tbacco against loss or Monday, July 3; Niagara Falls, ToMACCABEES damage by hall. You shoutd have It. ronto, etc., Tuesday, Aug. 1; AtlanA. C. Sine, R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 tic City, New York,, etc., Aug. 17. Deputy State Commander Write HOWMAH'S TOUHS, VersailStanotrd. Ky., For Bale On Uincaster street, S les, Ky., for folders giving full deSTANFORD TENT NO. 7. room bouse and lot. Hnrn, chicken tails. 4S-- I ..Meets : 4Ui : Monday : Night . house and cool house, etc. All new. C. C Gooch. Price right. SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY FRUIT AND SHADE TREES "I want to thank you from the bot458. Everything for Orchard Lawn tom of my heart," wrote C. It. Hader. and Garden. W. S. Fish represents anly t"e oest of Iewisburg. V. Vh.. "for wonderful double benefit I got from Electric Hit- Writs lor Freo Catalorue. No. AnU and strongest Insurance companies. ters, in curiri--; mo of both n severe H. F. HILLENMEYER & S0N8. 3A if Let him keep yu protected. cas0 of etomach rouble and of rheuLexington, Kentucky. matism, from which I had been an almost hclplcRu sufferer for ten years. W.S.Drye&Co." AC person, having claims against made Just McCormlck, It suited ' my case as though Indigestion, tho estate, of Martin For dyspepIu, for me deceased will present them properly Intindlce nnd to rid the system of UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS verified ns required by law, to mo at Hustonvllle, Ky. onco. K. S. Alcorn, attorney for Mo kidney poisons that cause rheumatism In Office Electric nittera has no equal, try "...i..rfTelephone 3 sizes. ew russ r,, rcn McCormlck, administratrix. in ivl them Every bottle Is guaranteed to dniggCCC . 47-iace curvama W, A. Trihb.i 50-- 4 satisfy. Only CO cento at Penny's Our nutomoblk; is at the scricc of Drue Store. aVaMfc&haAaAJataGM , Waat) the public at reasonable rates. Sec ub If you want to so anywhere. Hear-le- P hlgh-closa --4 For Sale! A splendid milk cow, frouh. Howan Saul lav, Stanford. If you are hard to fit, We can suit you We have a large assortment to select from, varying in prices from $1.00 to $8.00 Cummins & Wearenr ., -- & Hay. Phone b 48-- u Special Excursion For locust posts, mu berry or chestnut, call on A..G. Coker, King's Mountain F. M. Urown, Tltiisvllle. ra.. writes' "My wife had Indigestion for ten years stomacu Shf, took two boxes of tab cts nnd it now perfectly well." G. U. Penny guaranteok them. 50c. a Asheville, N. Cj (C. N. O. T. P. RY.) In Connection With Southern Railway . Stanford, Kentucky- - "LAND OF THE SKY," "SAPPHIRE COUNTY." "The Best in the World" As the bride led her friends into her cool, spotless kitchen, they broke into a "Well, 1 am proud of .Cfta aid, "and proudest ol Cook-itoy- e, all of my itovc. It's a New Perfection Oil world. They toast, and 1 think they are the bet in the roat, broil and bake equally well really to perfection and the kitchen stay, much cooler and cleaner than with any other range. This atove cuti my kitchen work almost inhalf." There U no wood or coal to carry for a New Perfection; no aahes to clean up. It is ready for use as soon lit; out at a touch of the fingers economical as well as ments nt the Fain low Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. Thero was ons The addition by baptism Sunday. sum of 12.70 was collected for the Hev. Coder's sermons church bock. are much appreciated, and thh little church Is progressing very nicely. The Sunday school U doing good work under th0 leadership of Mr Lovell. FARM FOR SALE Wo will sen privately a fnrn of about 130 acres In Lincoln county, Ky., ono-hamile from Crab Orchnrd. nkely located, incitly bottom land, ery products e. Every acre tillable an abundance of stock wnter and es pecially adapted to corn and rass j (looU tonant house of three roonu on Apply atj farm. Terms reasonable i once to t It. H. Dronnusb, AgcnL lf 49-4- Hov, A. O. Coker fl led his appoint- Boys' Wash So thcrn Railway the Ideal Vacation Spo'. Wednesday July 12, 1911, SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES LEXINGTON 9:00 P. M.., consisting of Pullman Drawing Hooru, Sleeping Care, Pullman Obesnratlon Cars and motlern Day Coacbes', KlectricaJly Lighted. Dining Cars Serving all Meals. Suits chorus of approval. Round Trip Fares. Lexington To ASHEVILLE, N. C HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. WAYNESVILLE, N. C LAKE TOXAWAY, N. C. 2C, 1911. ... $7.50 $8.50 $&50 $9.50 We have a few Wash Suits for boys from three to six years of age, which we are closing out at Final Limit to Heturn Vntll July Bargain Prices as quick and convenient. .DIVERSE ROUTE going direct and returning via Chattanooga, (Lookout Mountain), or vlto versa $1.50 additional. LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES. Jh IlcWCTTCCU on rwrmj. iri.ii' r ,a nm yo1. tmc, tarqwaua Uua aoanatUd uaaw'ra. liaavboBxIf abM uouMM. . I or bad wo 2- aJ Hol vaboul a caLuwt to(it wlutii it ttttad wita drcp JitKrti, towal ml., etc. , lor or " ucuUr to tka aarU ataacy ulU l).lrnwrwhr.i d. Kr4a eltka Standard Oil Company UntorporaUil) Jndgo I. TV. Hethurum, of ML Ver-nocanuldnte lor tlio Hepubllcnn nomination for Auditor, Is Bald to race of It. Somerhavp n set Tlmoa. run-n-wa- DEATH IN ROARING FIRE may not result from t!o work of lire- . Imna tmt ifrtt anvnm Iturna UFA CnilHr a.. IUUfjOl VUI Jlw inako a qulcx need for Duck- " Uf-- For full information Louklit nnd sleeping car rescnatloos, writo H. C. KING, P & T. A. VV. A. OCKLER, General Passenger Agt. INGALLS HUILDINC, 101 li. MAIN STKKET. Cincinnati, Ohio. Lexington, Ky., 'Phono iO. BBMWMBHHHHHIHHBHIHBanWlMH W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHAR KENTUCKY.1! v? 1 WAIT FOR THE GREAT LANCASTE ES JULY lalU 26, 27, and 28. F3i?lhB iHI i Gi Bigger Premiums And A Better Stock Show Than Ever Before $3,000 in Cash For The Winners ' .4 is Lincoln County's Fair As Well Garrard's and All Your Friends Will Be There. SI THE FARMERS FEE CEIL OFF i For the next 15 days we offer our lawns, Summer Silks, Oxford s etc. at Kor Snlc Three freih Jersey cows, f.1- -1 Mrs. C. It. Ca'eman. Strayed or Stolen 3 steers, under bit In each, ear Howard for recovery KM. 0. S. Shelhy, Shelby City. Ky. For Sale Second hand McCor-raacbinder. M. 11 I.ytle. phoue KISM. 47-2- k . Kor Sale At rj.m Iambi, by an Imported Shropshire Houte No. 1. ram, 1. boz 40. Sunlorc". 10 Per Cent Off jhe Regular Price. This is Strictly A Spot Cash x 4'J-- I Ky. To tiiOBe whom we Inve sold seed w4nii 'nll nt h Hi.tnn linnaa nnri jflfet'saire between now and the Kith, wp have a little more for --ale. extra quality, Harvest Kins. J D. Ead k rank A 1. Dondent to thnK rv jone ho w s so hind to Iter iriUi; ner eu illness and during the illnet.ii nml death of her aged fnther. She feels that she can never reyay thorn. Mrs. John A Union, Jlr C O. Prol. .1. D. Minor. Mls T U Contt and others "ar, on the Invalid list this Vcek, stomae'i troudtu seenr to be the principal cou.philnt. Mrs Wm. Wiggs who has been berlomly ill for a few week is much better We understand the coming tfrm ct the Pnrksvllle scl'ool will be taugrt by Prot. T Clf'.ud and MIk Vivian May. has had years of experience as .hi Instructor nml we ar Informed that Miaj May has taught several teims and we cannot Fee why that wo wll' not a good school that will -Ml-to- lne President Taft and his family Irft U'.tHtilngtui. ior Let-- -j ,Ma.j, The President will be tbv guiut of furor Vico President Fairbanks In Indianapolis on Independence day. . I tir.llt.,.1 l.ll.l,...n . ... uiiitim. uii a mass " ol thankfBlting In little chapel about io miles irom llaltlnior In hon or of ,71s 50th unnltei,.ary ns u priest and .'.", iears as a carnlunl llnndlts held up a messenger tra'n en the Philadelphia & Krle Uallroad near h rle, Pa ThiVe members m the crew er woundeu The mail anil ex press curj were ritlei. King Ceorge last nlf.7n !siiid a nut sago of that.ks to his subjects for the loynlty they expre&sed during tho 'M 1 ftTBBff'tt'Tj' 'rrr;rr 1FMfg,ffaO ' WHfc. .. """"' a SA lSt. coronation period. June 24, and ends Saturday July $12,000 Worth of Goods to be Sacrificed in this Great Eight Days' Sale. Of L. L. Sanders Starts Saturday LE! ISons. h'i-- 'l Proposition HUGHES. MARTIN & CO. - - UrvCi.'ocK. M.iori,. i5h'oj- - - Stanford. Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers Ky. ; Screen Doors Scjceen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Al, so Harvesting Oil, Ga is Engine Oil, Polariiie Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. Ice Cream Freezers Screen Wire W. H. Higgins. ,"" to Ueorge fl. Hoblnson, of tfled cueVlenly .last rcntllle, i'i-week at Air. Koblnson's farm near Hryantsvllle. Tho youngster was be. Inp gioorcpd JtV the futurity this ago Mr. an a ice, ibeason. Seteral weeks refused $350 for the colt. It a, portion to gel the latent market quotation and place youreeli iu was worth at least JE00 This cau be accomplished by means of our 'o ejihoue jri"ce 1 1 any time. cau get for a sum tliat W email compared with v i.ich you and your PARKSVILLE (lit) benefit received. Call or address our nearest oflice or write direct to .toulquartere, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Far- The Preston Pros, are thresnlng mew" Lino" rate. If you are not at jiretent enjoying telephone service, we n few small crops ot wheat In tfcls can immediately interest you. Our liuw cow the 8ute of Kentucky, locality before olng tj ilentry llroi., Tenoeesee, MiMhwpni, Louisiana and iLe Sjuthcrn lwrtion of Indiana and la Kast l.nd. who huve several hunKA8T TENNE8SEK TEL. A TEL, CO. dred acres. Dliuou. (innouroHATp Mrs. T. F. Qlbson awKjj your corros-, uei-'lilx- Stanford, Ky. RURAL TELEPHOVGS, MR. FAKMEK: Mako your unaiens motleia lor your laimly Probably the larges arpo of mulfs ever shipped from the I nlted Statrs lett San Francisco this month. Fourteen hundred mules were put aboard the steamer In specia ty built "talis They were consigned to the Colonial tfugtr Company of :he fr"ijl Islands, which aro directly east of Australia. Jimmy Howe trainer for Hnrry I ivne Whltnev, nrrtveu In Lexington,' and coi'f!rral report of the oale of r.iugs, the entire crop J ot thoroughbreds from James It. Keene'j Castlcton Stud, tot Mr. Whitney. The amount paid for the bunch 1r considerably more wan $100,000. The yearlings will be shipped east In the next few days. lohn H Morris, the well Known turfman, bought last Saturday at public sale the famous old nosque Ponlta Farm, In Woodford county Ky., near Versailles. The farm embraces ISO acres, and the price paid wa Vta an acre. Posquo Itonlta was establish ed as a .stock farm "iy tt late Gen. Abe Buford, who there bred the large number of famous horses which he raced. Last fall Jonas Well sold to Thos Nicholson, ot Cincinnati, twenty head ot cattle thnt averaged 1,072 pounds nt 5 'i cents nnd contracted to pur-- l cents, chaie the catlo In June nt 6 P.eecntly tho delivery was made, the cattln ha'vlng been fed for nhout eight pounds. months avoragcil Mr. .Mcliolitou paid last rail the sum of $1,179.20. He disposed r the twenty head for 2,037. profiting In the tram faction to the amount of J977.80. A fine IJobomlan King stallion colt ltt.-mte4 Mr. .AV, II. 1.1. lard returned thin week from Wnjne county, where he purchased a car l of lambs at Jl.fiu per . hundred. Danvilv Advocate. lo-v- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Tile following tve the dates llxed fop holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far ns reported. Olllcers of lairs are eequested to cport to us any oml'slonj, or corrections of dales Georgetown. Ju'y 23- - r ilav. Lancaster, Julv 2t! 'I days. Versailles, August 2 'I da)s. I.exinc'oii, AmsiiKt 7 ' (lavs Musirll Sprlncj. Ams 84 day. t'nf"nt"wn, Aut;iist 8 r days. Hi' lor vile, A.isust S I days. Harrodsburg, August 54 days. Vanceburg, August days. I'JIrabethtown. August P 4 dnyi. Ltiwrcnceburg, August 15 4 days. Lcitchtleld, August 154 days. Imrksvlllc, August 15 I days. Prodhead, August 1C 3 days, Fern Creek, August 16 I days ShephcrdsWIle, August 221' days, lxindon, August 224 days Krlanger, August 23 I days. Liberty, August 2't 3 days, (iermantown, August 243 days. Bomerset, Augint 294 days, llardlnsburg. August 29 3 days. N'Icbolasville, August 293 day. Ilardstown, August 304 days. Prunkllu, August 31 3 days. Pnrli, September 4 C days. Montlcelloi, September 5 4 dnvs. Alexandria, September C 3 days. Mount Olivet, Sopt. 5 4 days. Hodgenvll'e, September 5 3 days. Sanders September - 4 days. Kentucky Stnto Fair, Louisville. Sep tembcr 110 days. Danville, Auguxt 2 Blood Poison .t days. 04 Cured by the Marvel of the Century B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. Drhes tout blood polbou in any CRAB ORCHARD, KY. stage, permanently without deadly mercury, with pure botanical ingredients. To prove it we will emt you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE It you have ulcers, eating onres lulling, humors, swelliug mucus pitched, boi'u p.tlua, olleiiKite puupii-.,- , , luau U. B, B. (Ubtamc . r iptl. u. mi Blood Balm). All symptom heal quickly, lllood Is made pure and rich, WE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY OF WHEAT SACKS TO HANDLE changing Uie entire body completely THE PRESENT CROP. WHEN YOU HAVE A THRESHER READY Into a clean, healthy condition, heal lug evory sore and stopping all aches, iEND IN AND GET WHAT SACKS YOU NEED. 8HOULD YOU NEED pains and itching curing tho worst case of blood poison. Druggists or SCKS FOR HANDLING OATS, BAKLEY, RYE AND SEED WHfcAT oy express, 1 PKU LAHUK 1IOTTLU AND WISH TO STORE SAME YOURSELF WE WILL FURNISH YOU with directions for homo cure. HAM-pi- e Willi NEW SACKS AT EIHGT CENTS EACH. by t riling lllood Halm vent free WE HAVE QUI IE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON SACKS. AND THIS sea. 'ompany, Atlanta, On. Describe your trouble and free medical adtice given SON OUR 8ACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST OLD STOCK- - IN HAY Sold by Shugars & Tanner, Stanford. HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL BE MORE SATISFACTORY TO YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL BE TO US TO HAVE YOU BUY FLY NE.J5 WHAT SACKS YOU NEED FOR STORING GRAIN. Sun! WK HAVE SEVERAL CAR8 OF BLOCK COAL FOR THRESHING PURPOSES AND WANT TO SUPPLY YOU. L. L. SANDERS. Mr.JFarmer; 5riDt5 I ' C- $i J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 8AVED TWO LIVE8 nelonglng Hob-llnso- n "Neither mv iilster nor mvsnlf might lo living today, If had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery" writes A I). McDonald ot Pnyettevllle, N. C, II. F, D, No. 8, "for wo f.oth had fright lul coughs that no other remedy could help. We wore told my slUcr had consumption, she was very week and had night sweats but your wonderful medicine completely cured both of us over used or hoard "It's the of," For sore lungs, coughs, cold, hemorrhage, lagrlppe, asthma, hay lever, crclipo, whooping cough, all supreme bronchial troubles. Its Trial bottle free. CO cents and. 11. Guaranteed by U. c. Penny, J.L.Beazley&Co J. C. McClary FOR SUMMER DRIVING the comfort of both tiorses and drivers should bo specially considered by securing a proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessari es from our complete assortment of horse KOOdB. flora are lltrht, but ttrong and durable, single and double harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a Hill lino of work harness ot the best quality at flat prices. J. C. MeCLARY, Stanford, Ky, UNDERTAKERS BALMERS. LR IN AND EM. As ALSO DEAL. MAT. r- FURNITURE, N'-.- TINGS, RUGS. EXCHANGE TMEY WILL FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK. PRICE-RIGHT- VJ - . 'Ai u-- ... V3y . v AND EMBALMER - KY Home 117. ,' u. GIVE THEM A CALL. TAN FORD, : : UNDERTAKER STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oltlce 'Phone 'Piwa.