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The StANFORb Interior Journal. 8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1011 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, TOWN LOTS GO LIKE HOT CAKES 010 O'Rear Slate THE WHOLE 8H0W AT REPUBLI CAN STATE CONVENTION ICLARENCE S1PPLE WANTS CAMP MEETING' I PRIMARY ELECTION TO NOMINATE LACKEY FAMILY HOLD REUNION Miss Rachel Allison PASSES . ) BAUGHMAN'S BIG SALE OVER LONG RIVER ILLNESS. AFTER THISYEARSEPT.6AND7 I UATES ANNOUNCED FOR SECOND TOGETHER AT URGENT PLEA FOR CONTINUA- - HON. W. H. SHANKS HAS NO OP ALL MEMBERS CROWD ATTENDS AUCTION ANNUAL OFFERING OF HIGH It wag with Rreat regret Hint tho AMONG DEMO POSITION CRAB ORCHARD COR FIRST TION OF THE MEETING AT PALE AND RIDDING IS SPIRad news or tho death of Miss Rachel CLASS KENTUCKY STOCK Judge O'Rear was (lip wliolo show CRAT8 J. N. MENE. JUMDO I HIS YEAR TIME IN 20 YEARS ITED FOR OFFERINGS. Allison wns received here Tnpmlnv nt Hip republican state, convention nl JH-- , MAY IiDiilNVllle this week. morning Although It wns known that .. Resides num. ., .. . . .... - I .... Mlm I tt ' '' " fi...... iwiiRiiimin i.ivniwK "A deltuhtlnl rennlnn of the mem. Ml.. aiii... RUN. 1". lime pnstpnny this ttweek announces and cm""l" ,,,c ,. ,,.!natlng hinsof ror governor, ho. nam cera " tho Camp MeetingI'"-"'oiii0 t aimof h,; '".I" Associate flio running mates ho want.Ml hers of tho Lackey family of I.ln- - hewn In poor health, tho end wnsud the date, for lt .econri nnnnni h- year will be .! raeclln "e wan,f'' '" ,,lal " At tho meeting of thu Lincoln Conn coin county held nnvinR neen mfnll sale which will be hold 'n Stan- oo MlrolKrkA.lSl. a"'c, l M hold about tho last of August. I nm ty Democratic Committee hold here Orchard SprlnK8 helnR week, at Crab Emo , s,nnlfl0,1 for revcr ford on Wednesday and 1 In thU he- thta I mil, promoted mm carried om mosi irnuiucu tuai mo lamp .Meeting worK, on July ith nt tho time of tho can- nB the nr.t time In twenty years B,n.dJ;fc Krm M'. mimic?" ana ... tiOVerhor IW. I.. O'llelV. of "l 4MB. will o on nt (Ircon Itlver. My heart insulin: of i.. tl,.. Anierleiin Krallr ""y have iifrcady ' the voto In thu stnte nrl. that tho pons and da.iRhte.rs of lion. Mol , .,V retetlvrs kwnS fee? their on hiinil '" ,puAn big sale, they be- ...... . for oii.i Annum Company of Lexington BeerlliiR. "- -' and In now In that, work, which nmry, n cnll wrni iBsue.t for a leglnln- - tl a i.nriiv hn.."lurn. niio mailO I.CX neton hnr hnnw. llevp that It will eclipse the big sale .......,. l.leuccnnul (lovumor I.. t. Itrin. wth M In located directly nil-- j I hi' c.nenwB a penou w out spent much tlm here. for tho moHt part was utarted by the'tivr primary In'thlj county on Aur. ,'"" of lust rail when Mr. JIatighmnn sold Jaeml to tho deot, uiul illvliled up tow, of Georgetown. hlcl. lima tho UemocraU t t;"vh"8tfl '?,,S 7b? kn0W Mls4 AIINon r- - $2.",U0O worth of mules, brooj maroi children,' whoop hy thei Attorney General Tlinnini " "' Mc. Bncrlflces of a few of God i.i i lots, wan Mild In a ,a8t Uo char- - and colts In ono day. That snlo al wtk'nm Lnom P"'". ffJML .n cr a"oWc. rnmou twin auctioneer, He 1'iiiiiv (irogur, ol Kenton, ." Ulrlod by tho Reneroos a.d of M.mel V.nm. iiiiiuuii n.?,,P.5,A -i ;. ii. nuniiKs in uie lowmier. iwiu ncr near rcntlves .. nnvo1 brothers, who cried iht. mm In miH Audltnr-- I.. In tho partly wen. ( nt. Lacke! the dm,. -- vmnnti...y U(t ..n ..up. ,.iurj - most Fot n record In this part of the W. HfjtliurHm . i.f sit. of tho beat citizens ol od l.inco'n er l.nnsn nt ihn c..nnr,ii A..n,i.iv .,,,, ....... t si m nn.i kept thlnpN on the Jump at 1 ,l i am still of tho opinion So far no opposition has appeared to ""! JJ liUB"ters, .Mrs. H. V. Olvens, s. PiiPrh lf thla 'nlft- - "IMI nm. lourn etate for high prices for mules nnd that the " ' "i0 . hrooil tnni-pnn.i ir tintiphmnn III" riKMv huh wiiii inr; Tm.ur.i-llor- ..i, nil Hill" "-"" "X am his friend, do not be, K. .Miroo. of mee.lnK w,n nnd by all meani o,mht "1 " "m "r .th .?"' ovc. that the stock no WK1 nrfcr In , neltliir j'l norafe of Ho i."; L" ,. ., ,, -- . n olMt lili,h. mo iamny. to run mi. It's needed. .i... . r ""'V. ." . ".'."" uurcn, i.'.,. i-i "V ".'"" ""' . "" '" nice Ml'" pioflt to the auction com-- ""vine. " Mis ,, ' ' "'V, "' . or.bpeaKer oi tno louso "":..:-LKsther ind er clnKa nnd hrlm mnrnu mnnnv Ilia . .. umi ca"""'" spicnuia ennnco or v inm. and to tho former owner tho of Secretary ol Stto-- .. J. ciiivur.' iM.i.. win n- - ." Alia ' wiin a IJUrcn, and Hon. v. S. winnlne V 7. i'H' linniin helm (" "allov, of (rah Orchnrd, nnd attended Mis. Allisnn'o 1,1 !,a,0 laBt ycar wns attendea by ono ot ii! ... . ...kind nnd will bo hroucht In touch, tho honor. Tho rnnubllcanu did not " .. , ,u,o largest crowds ever seen at a free lot wii. Riven nt tho end L with """. ! '.e.lr "r...hllP???.,n.? t" Mace nt GeorRetown. K . tho Rospel who are tu the'slvo him opposition tne Inst tlmo ho i r. S .. . !.. ....... .1....... " sale In Central Kentucky nnd tho .num. I.ar iv HI .1... IMI.r. mill nil' """ ." neailny afternoon. it UK. illtlllll1t III ....... Inatnw.. ' t"UrCIIPS. A ob,inRP Is neiHled in ,Jwc .tiioracc, butthero Is talk that ,"' " IMI.1i' eagerness with which tho good thlngu ..f ...... n.lilt ..l.l iniwwnin ....."It" II... i ......... ... n . . in i" ll,.utrd I'lll P"i. r "' .. mnv run thici irnnifii j .i. 1..10 i.acKe, or iinrodsburR, nis wiro nnd iiip. vv. Vinson, or I'nucetotl. na nnv nihtr in .ifiii i ."w ruurrii unii wore snapped up, shows tho healthy of He Went Flld George I). . limine mm tlInotlerl: Court of Appeal C. S. Wll- bronk tho monotony r and lcin.ind of the market for the things Rold pltn-oO. A. Uck- drew the Christ preach- - Tho off,clnI , Tyree Reunion for th prImar. two children, Hie mii, li that hr olfers. Many of the big buyuiininomirR ' ,Jr- - ot Litchfield, III., nml W. (I ed to tho multitudes by the river nnd election as Issued by the committee there was n lrr.v scniiilhln ers who were hero then havo already hand fill of si ver which were i?clioy wlf;, an( VJ' f;I'1,',rcn' In tho mountains. And why not s follows: LIGHTFUL FMILY GATHERINC. signified their Intention or being pros PREACHERSVILLE bnmdcint alter th- - smlo And A ,0CIar ,,,,Yty ,Als? U"B nf ""no- - !St of the nun- I H ELD IN OLD ROCKCASTLE. tut at this sale thels .ei?on. t '. sliiRlnK ol the mn.e inartt from Vanadale. of,. Lincoln counly wore Miss K.' Wlillo puttliiR hay In the mow in J lircaohod by some our best preacher "atlc t'ommlttco . Mi. IfmiRhmnn has associated In rodsburR. a slBter of Mrs. S. C. Lacke i.i,i -- , ,i, the Wfcuuti .liter thu HHle IiH eon ndrouv m. Cross" bam last week, Itodtiey Mr nnnually nt Jumbo? Why not build ford, Ky., on Hi 4th day of July business with him Chares l.utps. one eluded whs worth tho price of lull """ sllss Annie JcnnlnRS, of St. Louis To th0 Kdltor of the I. J., of th0 shrewdest Judges nnd buyers tu purpose or (letormininR the Nnymr had n very wtrniw ew.;p, coiWRes, buy you a tent nnd be on "'" ,"'"", . Dear Sir: Will von nitnu.- - ..r ..n.,i,. ....... ,...i . .. -" nnmi. r nnd stay or pilb.y tho Rrounds early HHs J 1f,ii,,f0Mcou!1,,ns of 'm,r wlimblo and in this year's sale besides n large Mt. Vernon Loved Ones of '""" "! oHIrJr of ropronentK The toam. which That Kud hate in Cmb Orchard, worse. ms letlm- - "art Ul P'eas- - stock of mules, brood mares and hors- bel.iK n" through the meetlnBT the nlj? ,' .5 make It n so. tm-kinpiuintnr "C? poople hy cs' ,hy wl" olfcr the best lot of lt of lli ihmmiIh w.ire t'nib Oreh- - useil to onenitu tlm Imv ti,ri fm... I inrnin' (....,. F w.n? J ?TPu at the 0.,(I IIarln ttock nml feeding cattle nnd sheep or tho.. ronldlim in that Hartt,,j by g0I 0I1 boforo , rd We hav0 Rood Rrounds and tnhor 'ty. to h filled at the regular Novem- - C0ME..I uT.lur? -,uu"1' ...,.. MRS. HUGHES MUNU .....7.... riif in ,h I'f tre comity, which shows oJ last Sun- - ever gotten together In this section. nn.i' ; w o was And It only ',' ne.Uon UI. j ;J--I'iprtliin In Mi.r the r.irk, ,,,,.d ramlIy T1,,s foat're will add ejttra. Interest their city and ' f.?.Pa. that ,",.. I,oI,hvo A oMrlcnte hi, feet Iron, r coll rf rope "irW; 'V. Tyr';0 aetc" to the big sa'e and mean that still A lurgp crowd of tnenila and rein- - L. ,n;..,n nnnrt""i liimp confidence t? Us futiir... , '7,"'L roUnBn! WtawlnB resolutions were adopted., is the only broth greater m.n.ii.mn, support ,i Tnnt ., primary election ho held tlvi-- - of Mrs. LoKas it. Hug enmn er or number of handsom,. r.Wfncwi are which wa.i attached to th(. Implement " Tyree sisters better known hand. numbers of buyers will bo on r in any piminwu n.r itw i.- wnen the Heniii startetl Hl VliUIIR the meeting? Thats all that Is need- - m the County of Lincoln on .Saturday down Irom Mt. Vcon on th r:6 by tho tho rnllroad people as Cnptaln Ty O.vlng to the ract that n grcnt num. ed. The fact Hint there nr some oi- - the liith. dny of AuciiHt 1U1I ror the 'train Monday arnoon to tnko one ree, , ,. nnd eversl husUies housw will mum.n wnu" Mlui tno concrete foreman. ......,. n HnmldAilt. Capt. Tv- - ber of htf lriends, have requested .. mpi. lti. .totmi ..M Mm I ill at tur- . ... l Ina 1nr.1 f.. f tt.nl. Initnd inrru and II In rnd not hnd pr: Police of mind onoimll ' . """ "'" "","" " only three ot that Mr. Ilaughman ncoept stoek rrom slBten b.lt ,i..i.e.l nnmlnon fnr Ihn .1mnrrnHn one h, fnra it wns I.I.Mnn fnrever rrom P" .n! to Rrnh the rof e whleh a now 0'! fprmI. ,,ur U,no "ml purty lor the otrc erf, Pro!!cnt; Jhcy were Mrs. tl.eri to be sold during the sale,, he or llcpresentntlvo their gaze. Tho funeral was ono or Cr.ib OreMard Nvwi ( incln- - pliut V. t,,e "; "2'VC,"' """-,"rIs In ,y hln MMs Julia OikmIwIii has decided to mnke the sale cover the oIRht. It is certain that - r.mr . r ."""l"0". aml. nm In nee Kentucky Legislature, which the saddest ever seen In Lined? .. - cmircii two dayj, Hrst or which will be s to be filled nt tho regular county nnd was ono ot tht. most largeV; ""' " '"-...... , .iiiiu .,,.,.. in nati vlnliltiR trlemis ami leminw. uo,.!,!!,,... e neen Jammed Into tno i.i,. i ...... i ..,-:..- , hltle.. Stntlon. Whlt'ov devoted to th0 sale of his stock and m, o iiiifjics ...nD nn)v Johnson of .m, 411IH mi .u. ... ... .i i. ..,.. ...... -." ...... j iitviiHLUi ...... the ao jij rountv tun rit i j irii( io in.), tl uuilt' , ...in ciiiun "" "."".ff.mrln of fl. e ,l..l -' the second to thnt or stock which he "" .i .....miruus cont ,.xclwo for 11s , Kvo up the Iinos' all of the voting precincts "J" vears of age nnd not 31 as was Tl.. .l . . .L .. tie dauRhter, or Covington, ami .Mrs. 'r trlIn ."c "": I " zsiirKOis, or riiieiiue, are kuoihb i ' u u nig ueau recene'l work. These few piKir smplclous dc- - iif llin .:rnuntv nf nl.lnru-- shall J tin nnen- sl.iie.l ....I.I Tiicsilnv's iinner. -The ......- ...... f..Mu.. I.UUIU OOL .U0 PrO'ent. the haj accepted to sell on a commission. u ana miner or tO And In ..VI, uL- I,..,.. ""1 lltlllll ,n h nnl.1.. v,.nrti- Mint nMln.1i family. In a pretty hard bumplnR by striking this regard, he will accept and f.... of Mrs J II Collier and ' " .nlll r a"- Ml posshsed souls needs plty and ,,. , by Rev. D. M. Walker :n the services ,neR.rc' oHer on this second c.iy nothing but , Matter . Kobert Cuss, of I llrodhead. ,i,. , . ....... 111., ..H.I l,H.. I, .. l..lll..r IllnPA f. r. llinni' ..III... lllflnil' ' gninu stock of the highest class and ap....... inline ...... . L'. ""(.'(. All lecal voters nl the county nt the home was one of the most beau I """.. Willi ."IT ' '" ... ..... llllil . .'II,. ....I , "in. Ilootie. who I his nt thn miiiith iiiiiiesi ....v ....- ..t II .I . precahlnr .from .Mr. Rrock. Air. ifnrria proved . . , ,, . stuff thnt will maintain the .n.i.r,.... . . iiii.i people Ml mm itiin-iwnumit Who,""" 11tflll.it,. with tie Democratic par- lirul ever heard on a similar occasion . Jonnson an,i all pres- - high reputation he hns already made received seriMiti in. .. . earne'i including nil Independent Demo- and ono or the most truly deserved. .""" ;,'rnre novlnR a p eas- ,,,,'ty. ami Mrs. Itrooks th 'llnner for the c ass or offerings he puti up. "1,d a "llno" who wl" ,,e of T1"-'re s Ml,, Mollle Juries wbllo at ork In his bay ban, H ri and wan Ing to'do bUerS ln tb was prepared ". ant visit with nr' in rcgu- 'legal age at the regular November, lioune when he hnd concluded and the ,7 These big, sales will bo liberally adund mother bv fslllng dlHtail'H.. Of fish and oth- .".. name. I It not our duty to, .pr,lo -- re InvJled and renuested to avn.nalhr of nil went out .., the Btrlckllar can,P n nnril... will ..reach at the n, "'m "'"KliiR acnw, the vertised, and those who are Interested rnrry tbo Rospel to them? And sol,.,rtlcilmt "ngs; that .n vhroii ,j nrinlary election, en husband and other lived ones upon l'r fioodto mention. we will not tnko. are requester to watci for the adverrhurrh Snnduv evrnlnR at space " ,)r u- ' iWmlston. of Crab w,, need tho benefit of the work our- - 3. That any person desiring to bo-- whom tho blow rails the heaviest, give 7 ;t0 o'flork. Our old rrlend Char'es Hurst came tising to come later which will Mr. It Is some selves. full details. Mil's; Msrxle llrock. of Umdon. Orchard, was called. i la It not n fact that many 'come a candidate tor the Democratic - Among those who camc from ML over on thc Unit train, one pleasant better nt last accounts Christians ale spiritually because they party nomnatlon for thc ofrlco of He- - Ycrnou, besides Hon. P. L. Thompson - who is liked by all who lie is him. hat returned home after 1..a K. know pro.entatlvo In the Kentucky Legls- rather, ..of Mrs.. Hughoi, two sisJones.. ...h .... .. ..,.....I. ,i "" u,.ru--' Th ...- -. ... "" ,.v . .... , villi with her aunt. Mrs. ... .... . . ... rnii'in iuu luiiniic nl iimini .....,.,. ., ., iTiiure. -snail uo so .nv civmc ine uunr- - ters. miksps vii.1 nnu. ,. her ... ;. - He Is liked by all whfl know him. He nranKiort. Union Services " 7 'm.- - Ian.. Aiiiint.iH hi with her rnn umventlon In your city Saturday iivii is jiini niiiiiuv iu uu iiuiuiiiK lie "inn or the Democrntc- County com- - son and her two brothers,usie 'liiomu- Is like . Capt. Tyree, It does him cood were C. C. ,... .. . -- ..i .....miinc the summer ." "1UKe oiners ieei nappy and he is II. T. I.unstord, J. K. Stnw, Hen llnltz '"" "' ,u,u' "ct ""U "' "" """ mtlee ror Lincoln Cou.ity written Davis an,) wire, W. J. Sparks and'10 joint imcnaniiii. Mr Kiandruother, STANFORD nnd die. He on one side or the ticc or tho ract that ho desires to IN BE HELD M. Poynter, C. C. Cox. Miss one of the best old boys In Rock TO wife. claw, J. Kennedy, G. T. I.unsrord, CHURCHES SUNUAY NIGHTS 'come such candidate and ir.,H,uu, Grace Cox, Mm, Lola Cox, Arthur castle. run the Camp Meeting or be Jones I,. Anden on, nnd others. A little excitement occurred when A th, , Joel Coojier, fit.in.1 . Champ Clark ...,.... ...... ..... , . the.... sum or ,, t ..j in I.- ,- i!r.a ..in iv..!itli ng said chalnnai ussini ,111 ., Dally, Mrs..1111s Kissie .......Mrs. C..tirs. a dog with the rabieg passed through L'nlon services on S uoav tvunings Modl number ot tho O'ltear men re-- v' ur nniuimi, .... i liiiaius, riiu.uire ir:tr hi siding in this vicinity were Slav at me viciorj. fraying the cxpeiiFes ,r said primary eleo Drown, Mr. West. Cossle Sutton me grounau wnue a I the litfli ones nlll le held by the fo ,r churchc.i ot were enjoying themselves In their Stanford during the i iieii'io uiai 1.0.1 win oies,, 1110 if lection. Said SAYS HOODLUMS CONTROL NiriL- - homes. be and Conn llrown. notice will ol ihe singing and other amusements but he given fee said entranco Miss Noll Nowland, or Cedar Creek, and TENTHS OF ELECTIONS. "rk. I have rnlth In the work. heated term. The pastors of the Chris was followed by the old eu a ,u,1r,fc1lcu on or oelore' tlan,. Baptist Methbdtst and j'resoy-teria- n and Misses Minn!,, nnd lleltlf Hay "iinot now support the meeting and 11. D. Albright anj killed near the deChristian Kn A Big Season churches held a meeting early me past nut 1 w 111 -pot. Th damage he did to stock will . 4.l'rovWed that li. the event that thIR week and decide upon this plan Kla," can to, tller i, al" ,n ePr way ,.soro ,hnn on.. Candidate' of Mrs. W. C. Cummins. large. p,0 Mr. and which wll' liiidoub.'ediy meet with till. cek. Chump Clark. Speaker of e Fount Tyree, an uncle of Capt. for said i.omlnntlon at tho dato fixed (CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS CROWD- Mrs. 1). I J. l'roctor nnd k..n. nr stnnr.ini ,U,'H tho meeting along. ,h.. Nntmniil House of Uei.renentatlvf much favor. Thoy also arrange the who is 78 years old and hns taken following schedule of service,,. dny ror c.ndldates to en-- , of ,,ore WU Mr n1(, JIrg . The exact dato will be given later at the last ED AND FARE IS FINE. jiud one of the blRgest Americans j .. ... .11 I ... Iflll: ...I.. I. ttmost of tho premium of nl" the old 11 at DaptUt cluirch sermon by Jo1'" '"e'rdson, wlto and daughter Let everybody Prepare to come ,,,ncoIn was present with his 1. July Druce. of .,.. .... county lie said L.' Lrab 0rchnrd"inTuTE8 I, having tho millers'ancontests music. L..nii .r ...m violin gav0 DIIUIl tiil IIIVVl IIIIU 1 illl room in the Cn'ted Mlg Jennie and Graver Gastiueau, Jumbo Cnmn Mectnc "ill Tlere is no July 23, at M. E. church sermon by 'i.e.,,. biggest season it uas known einco Kd Owens a son of James Owens, lours, Clarence J. SIppIe, rimiir.. elertlon. and or nn Idler." wiro nnd daughter, with the family p.. States for n pet Im-selves Into n convention nnd mnke tho good old days when the bemity who hns been employed by thP rntl- - J. JulyJones. Presbytr;an church sernt the outset. "Any mail pf Wu NayoI.f and Mrs Jo)m Me declared the cnndld:te the nominee or the nna chivalry or tho South came to load company for 20 ears said he mon by30,D.atM. Walker. MUST BELIEVE IT. Anderson and children attended dlVlraiichiscd party ror said oHlce. democratic ..... Our for shoul.l Aug. 6, at Christian church sermon this Llnco'n county pleasure resort had enjoyed himself better than any ... ..... U....1.. ll'l. ........ Hun-- , Mitherlng he has been to In 50 years. by fatheri did not fight o we could sit, family reunion at John When Stanford People UIi, v5,.crotiirv J J. Dickey. r tlle Democratic conn lor the summers. Splendid Improve- enjoyed myseir nnj t do hope that .it lome They wanted in I to have ,iay a,t Aug. la, at Ilaptlst church sermon Tell it So Plainly, ty commltte.. of Lincoln county tbl.i. monUi havo been mado under tho new I will have the pleasure or meeting our own uiv at lection. It had .m.. JMklig nm w)t or lMW, by D. M. Walker. Ktlk . ., , ... , l ns ire prayer tliat Paint nnd paper hnve given these good people ngaln. When public endorsement is made 'July the 10th II.,yil" ..(.V..'".,K'N'N',''!,eK1nie. Aug. 20, at M. E. church sermon by 8 -IUILM , Secretary. 0Venythlng n ndck and span, and ...."--.- , A sunscituui.it. e nnu vil, ll woiiiii rrnresentatlv.. eltlzen nf Sinn. Chairman, J P. L. Uruce. MUs llettle. wer0 guest, ol Mr. and suttl-1-n- t. e.l..c,;ll.... ,1 .hmild aiHiutn. Is noslt e. Yo u pleasing appearance which delights Aug. 27. at Presbyterian church j (. stiaw. to l his own hallo., nud cast it Kv- believe It Item! this tdtlmuny. WAYNESBURG sermon by J. J. Dlckov; the eye, while the table Mrs. Willis Fell Headfirst In Well nun nn American ciiiwii xilhg i,,.. .i.i.i.i.ter ,r .I.i.l'ery man. woman or child with nnv Sep. 3, Christian church sermon by i8 sotting this season, is the hoit in who'RooapVm. It. Cm, . of Mont.ce.lo. ,. wh wll find pro.lt in tbo Vhe Way down under tin- - old apple tree J. II. Jones. years. Thu guest list has been un un rending, AND 'UNCLE JOHN" Dr.LANEY time, wo ,ut ami votes Is ..ettr mini than (Mrs. J. M. Cress, usually long ono up to the present In thP good old ,3iimmer or case. are John T. Ilarnette Rowland St.. Stun anguishing on n bed KING'S MOUNTAIN Its citlren vho rllK to cist hi Iml j the 'tonl,. Ky.. says: "t us.d a great until1 WAS RESCUED JUST IN TIME. t time and each train brlngj mofiy very warm here In this town. Us It I the dutv ol nerv i rrin..,i lot ADDITIONAL LOCALS. 'her ol kidney lemedles during the seventy-fiv- e giiests about let me get up and see Just new nrivuls. Some Horn, to tho wlfo of Henry Leach a to take n pnmi In lolltlos aUUcii I can say Hint, 'past three years uul Rowland, July 1.1. fiiie boy. cl'i'eim who nre expected the Hrst of this week Ct ln Hie shade. The... III.. ,..I'lir Ktinli ....n.l ot he """"" iviiiiiey iiiis iroiiRi:i mo ine Kndeavor " " Under tho guldaneo or kind provl-en- c While Uncle John Delaney wai try- - nnd among them nre representatives rhcy are too inuy Misses Ruth and Leila Singleton, of My work oreceived. iitiatlMil muni. ull' have an ,ei, lust Teller we aro all proopering. Refresh sire bad cltlions bUKC m" to do ,,0!,v-- ,l,tl"K alul tt,,0P ,nK t0 Bet ,l bucket out "' tUe wel from many states. The orchestra, un? Ing showers have brightened up all Wayncsburg are visiting Miss Weecl before the cream supper Saturday' alternoon "Tho Riwtt untloii finest Ion of lulr IMIi In the chuvcti yard. ICvery- - "K ' ,u V '. wli,R,"1, "" " ""o mp gave way nnu ne leu in iieai, ,,or tl)0 drectton of I'rof. Flnley growing crop i. Gardens are looking Murphy. c Is the Aim-- r .d lr nc n Hrst but the water being only i or o'f(mlg ,,Mt of I .lon't .. A. J. Johnson and family spent Sunhollev. the body cordially Invited. f0P llancInR. and well. y I lilted Stutn tsiMilnctotliiiilogs.no The whistle or the tiresher, Is here day with rls father. intense wi nnt,ie t dn w."n' ,cct decP. kept him from drowning,., the datiy concerts are most enjoyable. . wn .natter whether a Mr. Milton got i"" ladder and put 'e0 The management has Installed many and wheat is yielding we-l' There were many people who atOur Sunday school Is progressing encouUlng" ','-- "'"' l" improvement, thl. season and theso nicely with Jlmmle Reynolds superin- tended the children's picnic Saturday " " th well and got 1.1... on. Jrtr and cake. ev, th were recommended , MS(I Hoxlo JenulngB Is visiting her together with the excellent culinary III work lor the perpetuity ol the. beautiful wurk. . tendent. Dro. Conch Is with ua every and everybody report, a good ttlme. , . . . . . . x, iiiui i iirt.i urii.i i ni.,,i ,i o.ui.iti-of tho i American rcpublot month. Mn. Lena Imrleson Is very ueparinie.il aro goou urawuiK cnru I.aura and Nettle Johnson .ipent '""" ,rs- ,w A: Tnnner's Drue Store remedy begin a pro- Itev ,1. J. DlcCey ..lill"si. i........ This11..1 iiiiti flit.-- ............ ritniuiGikiittilli'nuv. H'hn. 1..H.I. nMknwIli .. nl..., mlnn.nl u.nfnra- sick. I see Mr. Wallace Reynolds Friday night with Lizzie Dye and at... cntiilltlonf ot H Pi-- r ami tno nei ...- Mr, JOvtn " Ifnu'lnn.l .,..ov. ....... ...... .,uu uiiiuiium nui"iafwnya I uvuiiil rvuui ....I Prlilitv ""'O ," t.'.rn.ent or society. Dell and Mr. Charley Single lor that reason I gladly reiommenu nttended the republican convention nt nro beneficial, as ..:... and the picnic. army tended tho ton "The world In general li growing night, tho 1 Ith ot July, Rom Stanford last Saturday was not natls - head chef's "light rates" are most Time have returned cream the all the our part of U listed by two young ministers ll" Mrs. C. M. Pettus, of Somerset, visexpired. better him particularly Ice Is Ky. rosUMIlburn' th,. country, in mv minion we will irom Anbury college AVIInon. Vo" Tuflalol" go. Don't laugh when you read this ited er aunt Mrs. V. D. Johnson last ' the results nt Stanford o palatable. . .. .. . .. r. . .. Haturdov -.. llanfut'i toon devise n scheme that wll give 'iner,. wll be prenortlng Amiiv trta fnm Crnnfm.il U'hn Just consider the source. nit...i lluiv vim (linf tiitrht lit H week. "" " morning ..:30 and j DARK VALLKY p u0 n U'"J u.1x and all ofatnext week. , Mr. Smltr of Hurnslde. bought some t , lea n't rind out but It Is the general Doan-annll d Uenieml thc n uro: Mrs. Lulse Tnte. Mr. and Mrs. nice hogs of J. A. art. MT. SALEM. taku no other. 'bel ler they had n split up in their Ct K Tato and children. Mlises l'attlo .r. ....:... '"-'proiit w.in .. llerrlei afe very p entUul ln this rePreaching at McCormacU's chtircr, Mrs. Chivd Hughes ami children convention and Kate Alcorn, Mrs. J. N. Saunders, Sodl0 and llessle have returned to gion, and soiling for a good price. "ay '"t eleven rfcolck. CINNCINNAM LIVESTOCK e Mrs. Missouri Dames, of Somerset Re Cincinnati. July Yc.er nnil M, Jolin their home nt McKlnney nfter vllst Mrs. J. A. Hart Is on tho sick list. ostein maintained hy tl... United, A nr" celpts 794; market slow; good to U visiting her mother Mrs. Hettloijienofeo. Mrs. liesslo McKlnney and with her slstiir MIbs Muttie May Farmers are very busy cutting hay States Government That Is not the Ilyomei; it Is guaranteed irv icii ni.oui tuemi) , me,- mailmen. Mn Leo ltupley. Miss Nancy Yeager Floyd, of this place. wo are glad to threshing wheat. nee or controversial but practical re by Hreatho ,Vn,,jr Mrs. II. H. Movil, for catarrh. cougl.-- i liim nnd common and next to uiiKalMr8 (Jeorge Mum,y wll0 ,lail becn '" , t say, la Improving nftev several weeks llglon." Mk p nev. Combs tilled his regular apyt cofti cm.p hUSr' u". tne L"rml H.t has returned to I.U Jean Penny and Dr W. ll Carman lllneai. - cliem nnd i o!o outfit which inpointment at M. K. church. Sunday. service ln Subject" "I'lMtlvV ness. Miss Hnttle Floyd visited friends mIsr Virginia Ifouruo and Mr. George llaptli church- l, uvtm bottle BOc. crs $l'.r.06: cows ii.C0tf4.C0 calves bui.i.esa at Corbln. , eludes Inhaler. Mrs. Evert Chovolett U linprovvin n. ,i. a...1nl1..V n ..Ib.Willltrj HI.. nm.,1. .. .ib .. l'i;i.llt u,- ,. .i.nM ,i emej i.uiui;i . .iunuiei--, .. " 111.., II IUII1U. Ml llnL'tnnni. lUlil board-uuiuv '1..UU. l...i. v. Airs, lwmoron, na several u"c n ,i...v ellr cttnll -mc orvin .iicwuny, ivuuur juiuuiu, uuu morning service at the rrosby "' ' mnrket riui wtninun nunia The , Miss Hattio Reynolds and little ne- era attending Kllxlr Springs .. terlnn church. Subject ntill' Hl'illll. MiuifiierH nnu nucKers l ,. muiu.nu: . l,tli.,i,in.ia tiArat.t.ii,tn.i pfiit.ir.o rn.h. Drown. SAVED TWO LIVES Mr. A. H. Houculn. proprietor or 'phew Herbert have returned rrom Lex ..i... '" ""iui J'lK" ness of the Nnrrow Way" Matt 7" It hi. IKK .l,i'1l'i Mll Kllxlr SprluRj, nml liuhts 4.R0Jtu,7j. l'Sei Re. 0s, hives, blotches, pimples nnd prick- - When tho llret "xecftlon under the nlco business. seems to bon doing a ,ncton There nre "N'elther my sister nor myself might number, , celpts 7.i!H): markei steady and ,y ,tl.llfi fte bogluulliK or serious hew law providing for electrocution today, ir Iwd not been Tor Services nt tho llnptlst church Sun-dn- ijHlet. II 7Gft:.40; 'nmhs of boarders thero this week. imnnnilll. bo living """" Discovery" writ-- s A. 'Kkm troubles. Morning large, crowd present subject "The l.vt place of ranging took placo In In the Weducfcdav afternoon the members Thcro was a Dr. King's New lower J2.25W7.M, To wash away tho pot ton entire y. th,. state ponltonllnj'y nt Kddyplllu at tlm children's day services Sunday of tho Ilach 'Clu,b enjoyed an Informa' 1. McDonald nt l'ayettevllle, N. C, Judgiuent." Sunday eci.ool at !::i0. In tho Uach recital by Miss Kate Newland It F D No. 8, "for wo both had rrlght A. M. oppiy a simple solution known ni I). rt.t week It canio near ending or one. at Mt Salem. FARM FOR SALE! nt tho home of hvr toacher Mls Eldeath of two persons Instead tul coughs that no other remedy could We will ell privately n farm of t) tj irescrlntlon for Kczomn ,.. discussion of some musl .- -. i. u. Prison Physician It. II. Moss stepped Tho best tnaRazliio In tho world Is' OLD SOLDIER TORTURED lon llallou. Wo wcro told my al.'ter had help. sold In 1 bottls, but forward to feel tho pulse of the aegro "f '"". " It has. """" v, "For many years I wuifercd unspcak ca! history was also part or tho attcr-noontonsumption. Sho was very week nnd the Saturday Kvonlng Cn,b Orch'a U26senernlly wo P.! urogram. A moet charming can now gWe youlwi,o formed the first subject, befo i" i iiuiiti n. lor . .l...... cents nble torture rrom Indigestion1, eonatl ' , ... had night sweats hut your wonderful tnoro good, high class short fletlou i LV," v r urn i.iimi i. cured both or us than any other magazine published i ucro c ll0UBU ,0 Provp ,m,t u,e vur' I,r8t tho current hnd boeu turned ofr, and putlou and liver troublo. wrote A. K. program Has beon arranged ror reue v rV iiro.iTirtive K medicine completely ,lrPB 8O0"" nnd "o1 ,bo Imlnuied barely mt sed hnvliig between two Smith, a war votoran at Krlo, Pa., "but Hon at an early Uato. and many gueets rt."k "It's the hest I over used or heard nnd Is Issued once a week. All tho tlTnhle Mu ,is "0,nln: eWo -- Rn' thousand volt, pass through Dr King's Nov Lite Pills fixed tue nil will havo the privilege er Deing pres-righFor soro lungs, cough, cold, ladles know what tho Ladles Home L of," twlcf. XL W Touch for the wonderful proper- - U8 body0 Tho negro. James Uufkner They're slmpjr groat." Try ent It U believed that the musle hemorrhage. lagrlppo, asthma, hay Journal la; and it's now Isuued Let the Interior Journal farm""".'!.?!?,. reSsounblo Ie ot T)- - D- - D" for v hnok that It paid the penalty for 'tho murder, of a tb.em for stomach, Jrer or kldnoy lovers ot Stanford wouia gtaaty pay !' lovor, crfHipo, whooping cough, nil a month. for you. loom supreme. order either or both of tb , brings Instant relief Mr all kluds or policeman ni!e 111. at Lebanon several veeks trouble Only 25 cents at Penny's should tne dub deolde to give a pl troublee. Ita bronohlal subscrip- Mini .V at enugara ana Taaner. ' ago. Drug Store. nlc performance. trouuio. Trial bottle fxeo. 60 cents and 1. or sead In your renewal ot . Uronaugh, jgont 4Mf It. tion. It can sar0 you money. QuRraateed by 0. Xj. Feasr. I .' 7lot. '' VI "j.il "' hml !?"' "' - ""'"' - tnt "-'- '!!' . ""' ",'pel wf. .,., - ""l .lnV,n,?ull ' -" ,ih... P.... "" ",", 7' MJ .i-uie- '" """ ".,," ir un-day- Tlf1 ... y'',', $' a.co, 'KS ". ! -- ll..u.l five-dolla- " S '..... .J ,J ""rR ni Vjn :.i ' L",."'""1 . V ... - J :.."e: . " fr T.T.anj 3: i. .. ""'' "7,' l VIfc-- ST!' .iJ"Bt.n "'""'" ,... h. ( rnr m cit-ten-- c b.-n- - ....!?..... .. i,. AmS? ';ia e hW17JL I,' "" , 'r .' , 1L glnj .,,.. i. .'.." 'v""' u. if'm ,m ""'.""'" ...... JP,"n ..." .......'.. ' ""JJ";, HSdL ? tf.tltUo I tlS.!n" St i. ...'"'" ,. nnl.nn rfv ,n, i.i ,. .,.,! "'" "'r ,r .:"' -- .. ' " ' llnk. ,,,,,, - ... 1 -- ....... "" - ii.,u. 'n.WWo ,,.,. ,,, SnthliJd"; W. VY ... ,.,.,... in I .. ........ ..... "" ent-n..ii- ... .... .... " 1 .. ... ...... . no-lo- g ... r, .... r.iii-ilnde- 1 ",'":, .,, ' ' T;-ie- j - . lll. " ;.,,,,,. ..,. it rrv B" T .jlor. Well-Kno- '- - !.. 1 re-u- as'.,s ,L ..iKTnd HnH-hnln- am i' ,..,.. eror - ,ii i'"'" 1 l ll In,c r7th '""r""," ,mn' "Si 1 Z "."."rorTe 'a'" mra.e ? '"? , 'on ....... ...... A ".J", .r .,..," ......... iih.... ,JLC.ntrTthertnru '?lr l"?M:mJlfc, t? Tl'tS & l." ; - !"'' ' " ; - , """'"' '"" - iii'.e - ?!' 4'! iiukb-vi:i.-i- ...,..,r .,...v ;' .'..,, , nuou ... .... 1 i.r.. .'i ' ' I'tt. "" iiu-ii- '," ,. .. ,.. i ... .. 's lliAnXQrmi "":Le8,ly,enn" nSance '' t. Bn . jiiiMfmnajyii'm,wwiii.wiy nwwumpn " 4 Gents' Furnishing. o o 13 CO u "3 PRICES! Commencing SATURDAY, Down With Hie I.n'iErior Established SHELT0N I Journal. 187k THIS M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher IN ADVANCE Intense Hot Weather, Calls For Comfortable Clothes. (11 A YEAR STRICTLY ' Kutoied at tno postofflco nt titan. :ord ns t.econd clni mull. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tor (Jovernor James II. McCrcary. Wr l.letit. gorernor B. J. MoDcrmott Tor Treasurer Thos. S. Ilhen. For decretaiy of State U. F. ir JULY 1st (13 U u Ending For Attnrney (Jcneral Jntnos (larnclt For State Superintendent or Sch6ols llnrksdnle llamlett. Fo- - Coinnilsloner Agriculture J. W. Nowman. Fo.- - Clerk vi Saturday, July 15th Our Clearance Sale - Hot Weather Goods TU.T2Y9 For Clrenit Judge Charles din. Greene. For HnUrcud Klnir. Court of Appeals It. Ih Commissioner W. F. A. Ilnr- - Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil See Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, tt Filtered "Gasoline, Etc. C- Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Sem-Annu- al Wllllnm II. Shanks announces hlb candidacy for Representative from Lincoln comity, subject to tho action ot tho Democratic party. WOODROW WILSON. Woodruw Wilson looms 'nrger and larger on tho political hnrltMn a n I oml'illlty for tin- - Democratic nomi union for President. Ho Is contln uolly growing n the imbllc extlma-tlotie lg rocngnUed ns hlx own lutm ami lint the candidate of any Interest II,. Is now making a tour of the country, lie Is tielne rocelvd v till ontlitml:im wherevor ho appears lie appeal not only to the slnlii an, sober Ktist but the progressive and rail I MtHntStiNTATIVK For 1 5 Days Only Bar: W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. Our Wonderful gams m ' Mr. Farmer: HANDLE WE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY OF WHEAT SACKS TO THRESHER READY YOU HAVE A THE PRESENT CROP. WHEN EED SEND IN AND GET WHAT SACKS YOU NEED. SHOULD YOU WHEAT HANDLING OATS, BARLEY, RYE AND SEED 6CKS FOR AND WISH TO STORE SAME YOURSELF WE WILL FURNISH YOU WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT UENTS EACH. SEA-SOWE HAVE QUITE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON SACKS, AND THIS HAY IN STOCK OLD OUR SACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST TO HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL BE MORE SATISFACTORY BE TO US TO HAVE YOUBUYWHAT YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL SACKS YOU NEED FOR STORING GRAIN. WE HAVE SEVERAL CARS OF.BLOCK COAL FOR THRESHING FURPOSES AND WANT TO SUPPLY YOU. CLOTHINGl BOY'S KNEE PANTS Wo have the largest stock of cloth In Blouse Effect ing In town, hand tailored, and pure $1.30 knee pants must go at $1,21 must go at wool. $1 must go at )0 must go at MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS! 916.98 .25 must go at $25 and $30 suits at S20 and S2.no BUlts at $18 suits at $12.50 and $15 si' Its at $10 Suits nt $14.93 51.18 94c 79c 39c 19c 911.98 f.98 $6.98 HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW $3 and $3.60 hats $2.50 hats at . $2 bats at $1.60 halt at nt 52.29 sale price We havn about 300 suits, In special sizes, that v'U cot you elsewhere from $10 to $18. New goods. Our BOY'S SUITS $12.50 suits at $10 suits at $8 suits at $7.50 suits at $6.50 suits at $5 suits at $4 suits at $3.50 suits at $3 suits at $178 $1.39 $1.19 KNICKERBOCKERS $.1.48 .50 .25 fl hals at hats at hats at 9c 39c 19c ..... JOHN B. STETSON HATS ann f! hats at .. $2.98 VH Kelt hats In all shades of the stan14.98. dard m,i);e. 97.2R $6 98 $t 52-6- 4.4P S3 and JS.50 3.68 $2.b0 hats at 2 $1 hats at 92.68 J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. boys' suits, strnlRht pants that sold from $2.50 to $6. Wo will run these out now We V.3S $1.50 hits at hatj at hats nt CAPS, hate about 100 $2.29 91.88 prepared to sacrifice selfish Interests 91.39 to the public good, that established 98c cvl s may not be defended an ested 79c rlghu and that men must bring them I cnl West. Governor Wlllson declares that the coming Is the heroic ago In American political Hie. Col. Koosevelt illd more thnn 'any man In American history to rousp the consciousness of the people He made it fash ionnble to b0 honest In prlvite and OV CANT FIND TIIKM IN EVK IIY STOKE, IlL'T CAN AT OU11S. public altalrs. He Insisted that the great corporations, railroads, insur- ULUK SKIU.K, AND MOHAIR SUITS ARE THE COOLEST AND DltES-SIFS- T ance companies, trust', etc., oro TIIINd TO I1B GOTTLN. WE CAN FLRNISH THEM AT $10 $15, Just ns amendable to the law a the humb'est citizen. $17,50, f.nd $25, th0 SUIT. NOW THESE CANNOT HE EQUALED M3 Woodrow Wllon Is made of the same sterling stuff Ho compelled RELIEVE IN THIS SECTION. COMB AND SEE THEM. the New Jersey leglilature to recog-nlithe expressed will of the people In the Senatorial race. He secured progressive legislation from one of the most backward of states (loternor Wlllson Is not an emoHe wclshs his public tional orator uttepneos and sajs exactly what he Deuees, Ho tells Ihc people that America Is entering on a period of political recognition and that In thl ago men mutt be e H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. at S1.29 Eabo Corsets Have no Brass Eyelets. Unsurpassed in design fit and workmanship. Try one and you will be coavineed. L L. Sanders, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. $3.Z9iate nomocracy to greatest 01 euort .iRTS shoos at $2.98! It ls not generally known that the r;t shops m . . For Work Dress nnd Lery lay ?i cm- - f,r,,i. ...... ,.f ,h ioni,ii.n $1.48 jjjKU shoos at $2 shirts now S1.9R i.nrtv hav.. honilnunrtori osfnlillHlioil $1.50 shirts now $2 shoej at 51.641 In Louisville, and there, since th" nOW H Bhlrtl w:l LADIES' SHOES first ,lnv nt lntinnrv n SorrMnrv "sits 39C an(J oxfords 50C shlrtS nOW in VClet. tiatont flnlrh.nt Ma il.V nrfu.tlni hll nirtv's nr. metal and kid. ,, in eery county In the Ijs.vn nrfnrl nt oot rnnlzatlon' . UNDERWEAR OP ALL KINDS i 39e $1, oxford at 50c and 75c garments go nt ,2.34 ,1Pncc hll! bCst' erfort8 nre bent towarn -- oc B ji.ya tuo obtnlnlng of th.. Unt results fcr virbu ?l?ros at i.m, Ms party iTun OXfOrdS at S1.19 nonww.raov. nrosonts rlnnn. strnnp Is- Here's the right sort ot stuff MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS ten to what Mike O'SullUan. editor Worsted, black, flannel, outing AT 8 CENTS, 12 CENTS AND 16 of the Shelbyvllle Sentinel, nnd a pants, green plaids, brown and serge, CtNTS. warm Den Johnson man, has to say spring stles at prices you never heard of the nomination made In the demo- .. . ot before. OF NECKWEAR Icratlc state primary $5.28 ... now $7.50 pants at 39cl The state primary Is over The Son- .Lu roC an?,r1 $1.88 .orth 50c and 25c now $6 and $6.50 pants at 19citinel did not get every candidate iri '3.68 5 and $5.50 pants at editor voted for, but what of It? There 92.98 $4 and 4.50 pants at GLOVES Is not a sore spot on nny portion of 52.68 $1.50 gloves nt $3 and $3.50 pants at $1.19 our anatomy, now that the contest 51.79 $2 and $X.G0 pants at l.25 and $1 gloves at 79c Is ended This paper would urge upAll kinds of wash pants from G8c to iOc and $1 g oves at 39c on a'l its render nnd tnittvldu.il sup$1.83. Don't overlook them. port of the whole ticket, from top to Vote In November under the bottom outer nnd talk and urge upon all BELTS MEN'S UNION SUITS. 88c Worth 50c, 75c and $1 now 39c,our frWmU to do tho same. ho a $1.50 quality now Tne campaign this fall wll 79c 25c belts at 19c SI Quality now memorable one Do not for a moment SHOESI SHOES! I SHOES! 11 FANCY VESTS. nnilnroAtlinnfn thn rrnft nmt utrptiirth A lot that Is worth actual value, 2 to uts absolutelv thel0f the enemy. ThU samt. enemy Is (IIKU illiu luw $4, go now nt ..1.13 i.ost of makes ALL I.KATHKH tolling day nnd night to obtain his Same worth $5 to $ . ... . . ...i- ''b w eunre iiiaiivu . .i tM.. una .......... hn..i.t nwk. Tvwnin ina 3 sale pne t'nus, hiiu .ki miuuk.ii mimim diiuiu- 1 JOc and 75c enps at 15c and 35c caps at . 39c '" selves into conformity with new and must recognize new gatlons. Winchester News. obll- - ODD PANTS. E Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When - 1 - -- your physician has pre- scribed n medicine for you to tae, the next Important step l to have that prescription placed in the hands of n thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so It wilt bo compounded exactly ns directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation for always beinc very careful and painstaking in our compounding nnd feci that, in nil justice to your own good health, you should briORyour next prescript tion hot. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goodn, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and nil standard remedies. For interior decorating-- we carry and recommend ALABAST1NE. the beautiful wall coating. Cnll and bey samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. "" -- T.nr,....n CT,1 B" Stanford, Kentucky m NIGHT SHIRTS FOR Woitb 50c and $1 now SOX MEN 39c . TEH PER CENT. OFF $1.50 CUc For the next 15 days we offer our lawns, Summer Silks, Oxfords suit suit suit etc. at it suit $7.50 l'5c 15c llslo socKi at 10c lisle socks at 5c lisle soefcg at l silk "'"' "l silk socks nt lisle socks at iq "" ' i38c r i lc iic I 8c 4c J'j.50 SUIT CASES caseu nt cases, at $5.48 $4.98 $5 casea at $1.25 nnd $1.50 suit cases at caBCs at ,..$3.78 $2.68 81c 10 Per Cent Off The Regular Price. Trunks of All Kinds at Cost fn.m Inn tn hnttmn. nml hoslflos SLIPPERS FOR MfcN AND BOYS 'it a ceocranhlcallv from anU B,,I,per8 at Jv .2.68cml to end of th0 state. slippers at $2.39 Now, our line of talk could flow on JX.30 sllnners nt i.aR forever, like tho famous brook of Ten1,oy slippers from $1.48 to $2.48 nyson, nnd yet there in noimng that we coudl say that would bo more to TENNIS OXFORDS overv Dpiimhth point and shoes. Kubber soles, canvas up- the tho thnn, let Wovember next voto ticket ou pers, 75c qua'lty nt 39c Let him ote al the ticket, by placing his stencil mark In tne clrclo under LADIES" VESTS and then retire to lilo lht. 12 and 15c ladloi vests now .9c homo rooster tho sweet assurance that with he has dune hli duty wholly and enLAWNS 15 and 17 12 per yard now 7V4 tirely to himself, to his neighbor nnd J him 12 2c yd bleached cotton, now ,.9c his party Thli will bring nnu peace to ni in iniiid ami contentment, AMERICAN AND SIMPSON BRAND thn people of Kentucky n real govern ment of tho peop'e, for Itie people CALICOES and bv tbe people. and 6 2c per yard i WHAT AUOUT THAT' XJ ..., We Want Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, Er.QS. ICE, COAL,. WOOL, HIUE8, FURS. SALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHER8 ETC. soiTThernrailway This is Strictly A Spot Cash Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN & CO, Stanford, Dry Goods, Notions.'Shoes Ky. Low Excursion Hates DON'T BE TOO atNtnuuS liUNDAY : JULY 16th, .;. SUNDAY. with tho cement, limn, etc, vcu got 12 8 UMBRELLAS Iletweeen from us. Hememtier Lint all o' r build From 39c to $1.98 nre mucn strut ger thnn l.ouisille Lexington, IJr.nvll e, Cleorgo Ing ALL KINDS OF l'AUASOLS EMBROIDERIES I.nwioncolmrg, Harrodsburg, tho ordinary and you can turrofore town, 50c quality 25c, 25c quality nt 12 Bhelliyvllle and Vcrsullles and Inter- iiio Icps thnn ordinary quantities. If 15c quality at 10c mediate titatloRi In each direction you like we'll tell you Just how to PRICES YOU WOULD NOT DREAM Danville, mix thorn to get the host results at $150 between I.oxington, LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 79c OF Ueorgetown, and Loiilsvillo for tho tho least cost Come in nnd ask lis. llmt sold for $1.50, now. round-tltickets limited to return A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. on date of saiC. Proportionately low rates betwetn intenncdlato points, CO.NSl'LT ANL SOl'TIIKUN UAH.- WAY AOKNT. OH WIUTK TO H. C. KING, CTA, Loxlngton. Ky. We are In petition to do nil Itlndi of eon. . flratlntf H. R. COOK. DI'A Louisville. Ky .iii.li h. 141. ml Iu ..... ..... St l.O'ils Mo .and. In fct. wocin uinkunny tblnu froma J. C. BEAM, JR ' tlOUlX dOWU tO It fetid lUlkt. W run n.rr. you jtuaruntfe nrtt-cla- u hull,)!, rr I WOrk promptly oud ttall J 11 moonlmrir. n. sen-and mutfrlnl and s t our prlcei Ki.iI'B n' reKtforeyonjuryourinatvrlalatleiit pair.. 'lid Odji'H (bottom prices. Sc lnm for inica; -belor.-o-i Address Stan rd. ll' lvu-- t V D No 1, Stanford, Ky. DRESS GINGHAMS!' and JSc, now s c H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. Spring Suitings My new spring and summer samples aro now ready for your Insnoction. Thoy comprlso the best on tho market I can suit anyone as to prlco who had his clothes iuad to order. A suit mado to your ineasuto Is nroforabla to ready mado clothes. To havo them made to uieasuro doesn't cost any more than roady mado when quality and fit Is considered. Com0 la and let rne take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. J. Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING i. Or, ' rXlHIfa JttK.UA., -- - i--r. T V DANVILLE FAIR, Aug. 2, 3,Lsville 4. AUG. 3rd-200R?ngadster ATTEND THE GREAT AUG. 3rd AUG. 4th$20gtaSaeddIe Is AUG.2,3,4 A ArceoutJ'y Sycs0,n Attractions of Every Description Will be on The Grounds. , HRAYTSW0ME For Further Information and Catalogues, Write W hIiim( I. M. DUNN, PERSONAL nnd SOCIAL " Secretary. i).inp Mr Mr W. P. GIVENS, President. i ' the lasle, but gently cleansing and sweetSHORT LOCAL NEWS ening to the system, Syrup of Figs and the ben Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted ' ! pnlv Hliarlfl V S Kmlir n fi..... i..., i...m,.. i.. i,.' V. Klncnld lionril ladies and children, and beneficial in Mr. mid Mr. trip to Morelnnd the ntter n- -t to Jen ilvinn Mli ,ell Warren and Ml Pcniitnr Hiiro speak nt tli,. l.alwmon in lact weeK III nn effort to capture all cases in which a wholesome, strength nle Warren haw been eucbU of liob Willi, who hut ini !,,r Chuiitniiqtia lnt week ening and ellectivc laxative should tc Mir .lenn Warren and lamlly In Dan'i V the hip and then took n I ot at bN used. It is perfectly safe at all times and U McCnrty "pent bpwt Sheriff Mllo own wife, but without doing anv ilam- - (pels colds, headaches and the pains nl ilnyp thin wwk In Clnrlnnntl l V. AUorn and ron, .link',. .1 "1 ll.: ilt A'l Tie (o'ere'1 Hie kiim! MIm Hophlo HnnmliTH indigestion and constipation so S Utorn attomled the meotlnK or out bowetir ani'. Mt 'lit ir caused byand effectively that it is the one of lur Rrnnilinndicr Mr .1 'V Hnun the State llnr Avioclitlon n l.ex- - a unable to locate Iiltn. In' Je'inticy promptly K In iler. ' liiHton Oil wiek. oxer th(. woman i nld to hne been t perfect family laxative which gives satis- -i Jnmc. K llrad) went tip ti t'rtiti .'" " in,,. ."I r il... l.imI.I.. lllllill.s, wry faction to all and is recommended by Urclmrd on a liuiiifiH Irlti this work Philip hke In on lltIliiiiRliiiinn millions of families who have used it and I'dltur (!m-- CIhv Wwlkor i.f tho , liaV( !.. II Hrady and lamlly fur HiK Mr for the lolli?Ilt t!l0 af,tic l,niiriitcr Itcconl imiif.iiI thromh to who have personal knowledge of its ex In Stanfonl ind Tneiulnv lWli7CMlro' Hankln. of Hubhlo U cellence. II I'nxliti'iit. It CnrMil. oi Iw'" Mill hae my orflto at 0 P. Il'ifr the truest of Mia Rtiiiun. Ma). Its wonderful popularity, however, has Hi" Trnnnjhnnln Unl orally m ,Mr John V Itoi.t wwt up tH j nmn a butrrr ilioi. All fonimr pa led unscrupulous dealers to offer imitaV. Tnt.. for "cml tuv. snout of ' 'iron of Mr Mllbnrn will mease lene tions which act unsatisfactorily. TherellriHthoad one day tlu wek Mr Tuto nnd Pronlilcnl CrrorafWil w lo'iM Imck In I.i'xlimtiin Tuti!i) fore, when buying, to get its beneficial who linn lirei. the I. M Karlt-II-- '. Mr i:. I. Kelnlmn . to full lor It. effects, always note the full name of the C Shank Mr Mp (icorso MHrtln n hrr puont of terr Mahnn. of Danville w Company California Fig Syrup Co. ronntry Iioiiip, Iih returned to ("In. Wednemlay between train W. &. Fiih represent Jill tie "tst plainly printed on the front of every iMtinntl Ml Marpnret nnd Nell Wa-re .trn W II I'onnv ami MIukk Mnrv and strongest Insurance companies. package of the genuine Syrup of Figs pont Wednosdny In iJinraoter with Cooper nnd Cornl nirled Tuomln) 31 tf and Elixir of Senna. Let him keep yuu protests!. . icbitUe for n nhort lli Mm Mr PenFor sale by all leading druggists. Pn'ce Kiln May aunner and broth Mis ny Mis" Mrslnlii Million) returned wen Up, 50 cents per bottle. er Mr Walter Snuniler to Stnnford Cured Catarrh Cannot Be RiieKt. bf Mr lllaiid ll.illard and JkiUq Peimle I) Ynntls went to Uin- wtth UK'Al. AITLICATIOS M tlwr mnnol r lamlly In Dam Mo this wey or roiuttcnnter Tuesday to bo the KiieM of MIrk caurrh .,,' Is .nere tb wt ol the nd m nril.r to curf itbion.1 nmi lakeyou NOTICE! Ktnne, of I.oulaMlle tuiioul i!wr Kerett Alllc Ynntlii nnd other relntUe in- Mr ' mtrnml rrnirdiM. Halli ourrb rure tt ,,,, bKXrf M muma July 21st Is the last day tor filing a .i.li to tne hnmpfolk ' Mr nnd lr K for returned lipoo urrmur aM .cu dn). recently put on a SlTlner unicm. waa prrwrltMl byCure h not bent phrrirl&na county road claims. No county claim lulu Caurrti one of the a quart itmi-rto their home In Co umtmv, On , on IMtlnB In h'tuio It . tl Welch li Mr pin. Tiiewlny In tbla eounlrr for yean ind la a rnrutar pntrriponn. 'will bo allowed except at tho aboto week. ...'Crnb Orchard th .. V. II. HlRPlns has neen aulte 111 It la rompowd of tbe bet tonka known romblnm . Mrs v ijincnster on 61-wltb tbe beat blood pojlnera. artlnr rtlrerllr on the couit. 0. 1). Cooper, C.LCC, y J nt hi home the Past week day In Crab Orchnrl drlnklnp tho mueoua purfaeea. The perTert romblnatloa b( the week what lirodurea aurli wooderlill it It ' "Denton a prominent CltUen aulU lntrelleau to In curlnc ealirrh. rXnd for tratlraonUla. freere. water and ha returned for B(l.uMnwi thin fine ren M. H. v.M, to her dauRh.cr. Mr l.aya Ko, ol (.arrard county hah r,t" ,no K"PFl ciunkv co.iTopa.Teieiio. a nun. i lil. HmiFhler. Air tr iruiita. priee v .. . Tata 1U0 a I amur "nit for conitlpatloo. fVl.li. nn lhtirft)!!!. U Wearen Huhe came up froniiCaueo mm The growth of this The many frlentJi here of Hlehardj Mla Jmnnhlne to Muniphl to attend tcu funeral of hi In William, of Somerset, win resret For Snle! A splendid milk cow, days wltv rclatlvt bank is the best eviknow that ne la quite ir wittn ly freyh. Howan Saufley. Stanford. Uterln law. Mr I.ormi Mughe. . InR eeral Miss Kllza Mr and Mr John Krwin, of I.ouli Nicholas llle. phold feer nt hi home dence its policy Sidney Adam, of Birmingham Mr nii4iph.p of imf raet. haR alof her parent lllo nre.the Riiet Krwlliv. at, Ala, Is the'attractUc gueit ot he'- fo been down with thl dread die - , HAIL For 1.50 per acre I will In vlr and Mr and methods in ac their rome In tho country tor n plc.n- - ulster-l- law. Mr T W Pcnnif.R- ease but I understood to be much sure your tbacco against loss or cord with present day-needPenninRlon ton. nnd Pr nt Tllt damage by hall. You should have It. (better now. Kdnn and I.IVlan hnuuii Mr lohn M MrPlrnv ot Hiirlncflelrt I MUe .Mn. b The Krankiori journal R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 ay with Air. pent f Corbln. BerurlLK" ub(Tlptlon lain Stanfonl. Caiwrll Saufler ha Rone to Wash th(. C P Rymnaliun fund. While ju)a Unction, to Farmer, Merington Bnd Iloiton for a short vir.it neA-rt- i im onaniwr hero Mr McKlroy I the guest of Mr, i!v A A I RKlns. or matfC", chant or seek(Jeorite Hopper, Jr la In Stanford, tho guest of hla par- .to "T- - bUR. but olten severe burna arc cans- Hon V S Hurch went to Lexlneton Cnt. Mr and Mrs. W. II. Hlgclns. ing connections, will qulcx need for lluekTuesday lmmn l""" Mld them by M ,lza Thompnon, who attend- - ",!, the Atlantic rd that mako a tho death of bis aunr Mtsa mcnei 0(j ip. funeral of her sister Mr. I Itieet after a cruise of two months Ine'b Arnica Salve, the quickest, ur- find this bank as libMiss Alllifirrn ststcr. Mrs It Uuphe Allison Mondn, Keturneil to Mt, Tho will remain nt Prmlncctown lorl eM cure for burns, wound', bruises, gores. It subdues inflammation boilt, eral in its dealings as is Mary Durcti ha bern In L'nttou Vernon Thursday several week alter which tfcey II ,ootncs nn' heal.i. 'U seifernl week Mr J Handolph llnrrl nnd Miss ro to Old Point wh.re he will 11rhcB"oir sMn eruptlone. ulceers ot w consistent with sound O lackey. of St Ixml nnd T Kathleen Harris am tho RUests of stationed for t..e Mimmep and fall. ,lpF Only 25 cenU nt Pcnm" s Drug T iJickey. of l.itchtll.d. I I. weie Ir. friend nnd ro'ntUej In Ijtncaster, banking. One of the most delightful lawn Store. , Stanfonl Monday, shaklnR hand with MUh Hello Denny Is nt Chnutait-qua- parties of tlio season wa tho one "' ffceir many friends, tht halnR been are an times N Y, for th,. ummer. enjoyed by the Junior set on Wcdnea Hail nnd rain lias Dcen falling In to Stanford In o numtheir ilrat visit prepared to discuss has pone day eening. Mr .Marj Pinnv was P M 'Mcltobvrt Mr abundance In this section nlmoit evber of year. They tire at Crab Orch- - to the mountains of North Carolina In honor of Mitres Virginia ery yourrequirementswith 'lhurdav are. attendng tn0 Lackey family re-- f()r dv this week: vvni week'C stay, are at Mabopev of AllensMile, Cornle nnd hall did much damaye On the tobacto union. you and invite consullit) Mr and Mrt J Mary Cooper Penny of DanUllc The co crop of K. O. luckier and also Crab IjOrtJiajd SprliiR .resting and c; eplng.wns pleasnntiv rK) and the tation. mt up the crop of J. W Williams and benches under arv chatr with Chinese lanternR the trees considerable Mr i: II Chenault. Mis made a hum: John charming place for tete-- tetes DurMesirj K.'eimi'r Mast and Tobacco. $1 50 an acre Insures Simpson nnd UmiIh dill came over ing tho course of th.-- eenlns enjoyj our tobacco crop against nny loss or car nnd able refreshments were to Stinford in tho latter conilnnirc bv hall Seeure It no It remained n short while Thuisday. sisting Mr Pennj's costs no more. H. M, Newland, Agt. and Icet. They are spending tho summer nt (.nests cake8 Holt;., Phon0 No. 1C8. Included Mini Usui is the only emulsion tmi. Crab Orchard Sprliitfi. Wallace SlnRletnn. cltw and Mr Mis John II. Shanks will bo nt Mlii Mnr) Shepherd t'ook and Mr. tated. The reason is plain Col Heuben H Wllllums. of MeKln-No- t limno Prlda) evening to n larKO Thomas Coleman. Miss l.enn e Mc-- t Corner Next lo it's the best. Insist upon the only survlvlnR veteran of the number of guests In honor of Misses lure, of Sinner et nnd Mr J T Wll Moxloar War In Lincoln county, vs having it's the Mary Moore Hanev nnd Mary Shep Miss Mnr Klir.ibeth MeKln-n- e Stanford, Ky. up Krd took, two of Stanford's nlol klnsen. Mr Morrison HrlRht. Miss in Stnnlord Monday ;ndJ.,paid rich his world's standard flesh and w n'bicr'ptlon to the I. nttrnitho joiiiiR Rlrt Mr Slmnk's l.jlesand Car-wiCooper nnd Mr Stewart strength builder. keen up ns promptly ns n clok. Co are aluns loelv, i tiitertnlnments Mis Mnrj Moore Haney and Wllllnm was a bravo ALL DRUCCISTS but this one promiKCH to bo ehpe-- I Mr Jo"eph Hopper, Miss Anna Da-l- s 105 volunteer ono ot left old band of Lincoln who r Inllv o Ta- to fight lil tho war against fhe southMcHoherts nnd Mr. Wllllnm per. Miss Miyrlon Cirime and Mr. ern republican and he t!i tho onlv one Vl'llnm Orlines, Miss Kmma Hays now left to tell trc talc. Although, &5 mid Mi, Lester O'llannon. Mis Nnn-t- ) years of nRe, lie is remirkablv well . Yemer and Mr MIXe Pennj-- Mlbs (resorted nnd one t look nt li'm iviitherine (Iregorv nnr Mr lllaine would not take til in vo be oer oj. Alice Hankln nnd Mr Ilernt, hoplnR ho lives to be 101. Now land. Ml Thomas HrlRht, Mis l.erta Jean Pen ny nnd Mr Spalding rll I, Ml s Mr. nnd Mrs. Tern (locch of West O'Pinnon nnd Mr Will .Mccarty, Miss Corlne Penny and Mr. Uml havo returned homo alter n pleas vclev ((Ciiitir), Miss Mary Cooper ant visit to their daughter. Mrs. J. Jt tenny nnd Mr Howard Newland, Smith, of Morrow, Ua . much p'eubuu On approved security Mis VirRinla Mahony and Mr Hus-se- with her home." Mrs. Goocr bought llrown, Mlsn Kllen Scott and Mr two Httlo Jersey helferi from a dairyJohn M. Waters. whenever conditions man and shipped them homo by express. Mrs Hooch I1.1t named one warrant Prefer(Svorgin for the ttte, nnd ono Mor-ro- w for tho town whoro she bought ence, of course, being Morrow, (Ja , Is sixteen miles iut.111. toutli ot Atlanta and U a nke Httlo npfntllns UwaIo llolilnniri Mr (hi i wi'k Hi I'rnli Orclmnl 8irltiR MIhh Ijiura iVnrl Curler Ih lltltiK (rk'iuls In Islington In 1 ln llt 0lc II ( Hire, of Hlchmond, gpent ew orul dd)B till week wltr III brother, here, T A nnd J S Hlec Mr nnd Mrs C. A .Mcltntiert", of I'oUtmtoti, were In LnilMhter mid Stnnford neverul dn)s limt uck on n Tliira to frlendH nnd liomofolk hem In wiih Mr. ltolcrt" first v r nnd lv wan keit litiuv M'vern' wltr hln iiiiiiiv friend' hIihUIiir hand J.uneM Mcllee, the popular Muck of l.tuictut'T inertilnfBt Miiith and ftreot. nnv Hint tre I J. wns mlln Hint ne nnd foriiil when It in Id Mr Mcllw hi m mnke their home fninll) will remoe to Clnrlnnntl to hullt up n me,. I)iilneiw here nnd lini no Idea of lorn In K Oil pxM town and Iho I J., doonn't litn.ic lilm n lilt ilnma nnd Hod Mowlamo Mnrthn nd limn Krrnnti, and Memr IHU'J lfnr llnnrfiVM motored over h Adnm Mr rtNlnhurK wlre leen th Kiie't f M1" Kettlion pent Mr Alexander of Uwetitrm. a fen dav with Wi J W Mnt in week Mill Oil of Plnorl le, I T Mr K"eHl of ,lpr ''rotliiT, Hlierlft the I. MrCarty and fninllv nt their hotiii. on Una MnUi otr.-e- t MIk Je,le Demie Cook nrrlxnl Thiirndnv nlRht to he the Riiet of her Miter. Mr (ieorpe II Cooper nnd family JIPAiee, oi niiirimiumn V. I.dward hni )en with hi ontignxcr. .ir lliitcheHon nnd family, for nexer-n- l and Mr lor ii I IMt Oil iii wem in llcth N Cuil llt thin week Ml V Poll,. Murri'itt, M Mr Albert Plillll a ban ha a her RUt" l.ytlltt l. wll hiii .lorn I) I'eenny .mil MIhb I lua ol heene are Mult T A liln- Inn Mi Mr l.pxton Particularly the Ladies. Nol only pleasant and refreshing to InUe flTE- - (fiEARTj llt ! i ' liver, the l.eart I not only tnrvcd but pnUuncd i t!l. Theie are many due impure blood sueh m drrpiy, faintin4 tpcllt, nervous dibilit or ttie many crofulous condition!, ul'cn "fcvcr-aore' nhito swellin)ilctc. At. can be overcome nnd cured by i, V s MjtJ 11 poor ned filled with the piUors fron d.;ui kt1hcyn or kiictito Jf t-- Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Tim supplier pure blood by aiding didention. increasing aasimilation und im partinii tone to the wrbole circulatory t) (tern. 'Its a tonic ond n tfrcat IpbI more, havinit an nlteratic action on the liver nnj kidneys, it helps to ciimlnito the poisons from the blood To enrich lne blood and Increase tbe red blood cormiscles, tlerebv Ihc nerves on rich rcu o.oou and doiaj; anay with nertuus irritabi'. fjk'j Ur. I'ierce's Golden Mcdicni iiscovcry anu un not permit t ilis'iono-- t c'cilcr to insult )our intelligence with the " just as good kind." Tb'e "Discovery" has 10 jtars of cum behind it ond contains no alcohol or nireotics. printed on wrapper. Dr. Pierce's Common Sen-- e Medical Adttscr is sent per on receipt ol stamps lo pay expense of wrapping and mailing onh. br j' ' one-otstumrs d for the I rcncli I lwok. Address !r. II fL. , Uuifwjo, N. Y. h-clolli-boim1 I n M ...., . frn ita Inredi-cntstpliiin- ly 1''. 1 en M m dlrr tli u i- .imn iin ...-.- NN 5 Divided Skirts We Do Not Handle But "r "Jl"1 ",""'' ;,""; 1 Th-rad- A n -- tariff ... that n are s. We Do Handle- - I tirp The ,n,,'"7t"n'.'Mal? "'i?";; T,i, .." Trader A Big Line of - T Pants for Men! Light Weights for these hot summer ;' W I we at hot-tei- - days, in full peg, medium and straight. If you are hard to fit, We can suit you We have a large assortment to select from, varying in prices from vi n -- Lincoln (ounty National Bank Ccuri-flous- Scott's 1 $1.00 to $8.00 Cummins & Wearen, WE MAKE LOANS it Stanford, Kentucky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY ll STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bankl'Account. CAPITAL $50,000. Help for All city. given to our regular Andrew Carnegie once suggested as an epitaph for his own tombstone what he said was the secret of his success : " Here lies a man who surrounded himself with men abler than himself." Many able people are working for you, scientists, inventors, manufacturers, a.1 trying to make something you want. Do you use their brains and iheir efforts "surround yourself with them" or do you plod along by yourself, years behind the timet? Take your own home. Have you your sliare of modern improvements there money-savinOne of the most important of these is a New Perfection Oil Cook-stovA New Perlepon atore ncrcr omketti lichen. It uvea youratrength. It vVilh. the Hew Perfection oven w ilh the gUu dobra you eta fuel and time. MT go on witi your iionlng or toy txher woik, and toll be sure tt glance the joint ! g, labor-saving, health-promotine. ONE OETSY'S POINTCRS: ZZiUi DROP OF POULTRY depositors1 Open an Account WithWs TO-DAY. SURPLUS $25,000 sa,t 1 1 ' wm gol 'Molly nnd lotating propedy. I Made wuh 1.2 aaa 3 Uireera, with lobf , turquoue bliM eatmeled tkunaera. llaaJMnlr (auhej ihroukhout. (lkt 2- - and )4wnitt ilovcirta t kaj wtln ae without a cabinel top, tohich U bllcdtalla diop thrives, lowt I racVa. etc. UeaVri tverrwhtte or wraa for da. arriraiva circular to tha ncaraM agcoc Standard Oil Company i them. mouoy nnd subftliut Tn cuiuo from tho samv jmrwitb tiiln and the goodb IU4; ery i!mI're lemble the gwiulne but behind tlini Is initlinr honor or HonMt " will llml no lutasOtute. only Ui. nulne of staudjtiii quality at 1 "ife A Coleman s. tt- Now Onto for that lee Cre 1111 V and U liter Cooler a? 'if 1 lilt ngre tbut '".r'ti BOURBON State Bank Trust (0. CURE & w& BOURBON down tho thrott of a gaping chicken, deatroyi tho wormi and aavea thocnlck't life A few dropi In tbe drlnklnir water cures and 1IR Mim poultry , Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 PREVENTS DISEASE POULTRY CURE HAS HO EQUAL For the treatment ol White Diarrhoea In chicks and liUckbead and other ducates In tutkv t mm. Sisiiffii, nrT CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup. Canker, scr.Z'r.Cr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry mSl.1 Incorporated! COFFEY Phone 196. 4 COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery One 30c bottle make 12 gallon ot medicine. (w yeanaadtMaaJlthcbal Kab. Bryant, Banbtowa. Kr . aar "I ban van iWm 4.1 lemcdy tnada, llcumiaprtaadlraiLcfiMta wilhoulfaiL ' VVJJCoumri,l)aiJiiawa ky.Hru Krapa 4 II 44 drorird duvalUt.lMa .puij Ono Jit-clackeaaUUlaawormaaaielrfvUi.cLus aiuQiiy b idiblprfiKsiiaibav.vciiuaiJ." Mffl, od Cuaraatctil by Rabu Ciumc, Bjrdjlou-a- , Ky. Price JOi; t ill Drugglsb. J i. Kor Sale Hy NEW 8TANFORD DRUG CO. PENNY'S SOLD BV DRUQ STORE 81ANFORD,, KENTUCKY, ?" i,, .ftffiriwsysxi a. Second-Han- d ;- V LrliLLLO Ten Second-Han- d d NEWLY PAINTED AND RERAIRED. FOR SALE TEXAS. In n BIG EXCURSION TO TEXAS. 'I'm-da- If You Want The Biggest Bargains Of a Lifetime, Call at my Factory Saturday or County TEXAS Land Development Court Day. r Buggies, Newly Repaired and Painted, and two Surreys and one PhaeBuggies that ton, and eight Second-Hanhave not been repaired or painted. These vehicles range in price from $10 up. JULY 18 AND AUGUST 1, and Staiiionl July IMh nml Tuesday Aucimi I mllrn Southwest nf Unn Xntotilti, Tpxiu (Jo with tin whnr Vlrrlpate trnm nrtpslnn i In lfwp emit thuw jou InntN Hint urn pruiltirliiR Irom UW OroiitliKiirtiiinkmiwn to 0u per nore c.icli tear wo will pay Tor your roitntl trip ticket lr on ilmiht llH we will place llio mono your locnl bank nn a eiinrnntfr In We htm? nrrnned to otTcr the clieapet rite oer mailp to Texas. ?.m.'t Tor the round trip linulrc your loon It It nvviit nml net what the dtrreirnrp In The IoIIowIiik ?'! known ppii.lenien nro coin and will he plwl to lve von Irifonnntion Slu-iirW. I.. MK'Hrty. Htnntoid, Ky.. W S Kleli. County Judce Link Wolln. I.lberiv. Dr Thown on, Kin' Mountain, It II Metcnlt Oiubler MrKlnpe Deposit Itmik, MpKlnnev, .Initio I llnu'illtton ' Attv .ancfHter, K L. WihmIh, President, I'mpo't, Hank, Palm I.U.k, Ky We him old Mini to it tmnitirr of prominent men In Irtlne, Co. and refer von to (!, II WllllsniH Soiih Hank. nndCounty .luIKo Owrn Witt, or I nine. Thev tioimht fariini from rcMclent Wllilaiim in Wi also cler IntiTPntoil partlen to Coinniprct. Trtit Co.. nml the Pioneer TriM Vv Kaiim city, Mo Tho Prenlilent or our Company Sir II T Unrpe la herc at tho Ht An.ih Hotel, leu hit: SI'M'IU. I'll.l.M Wo wll' leatp Itltlitiimnl, N (.' Paint I.lck, ll for imr rnncli SO ' I ltlll Company, kansas city mo. ,M j, ?ggggWWg-si?y?gXra- y R. M. Arnold, Danville, Kentucky. the farmers ' .-- V- - . To thos,. whom w. lmve sold sect wheat Call at the ht.mp house nn. with tre dining service which will be .d Cafe Coaches Cheap Excursion New Steele Wt swiie between m.w nnd the npprecnted by the traveling unhllc, We hste a little more for itnlo. extnt "l"'""""ll'i ""' . "I,l"n"1 .Mr. ftlWI : W 'Ill.l..r luiu.hi .. I.I..,. ..... .. , tlH'v boln? susceptnble to Iojs Jar than niialltv. JlHrtt Kln. .1 I) Kuii. & ''""ni noraiciiing nun roniuHion in on,. ......, tu ire runes ordinary dining cars. Th0 conch TO BE CONDUCTED TO TEXAS Snna ('resuming mat mis, U. . , . ...7 hv. I. c. STILL BETTt.tlNG SERVICE tho l if? I 'id truttmi Itifrk th Piinit ht mil iii hi compartment of the cars Is for tre j ON THURSDAY, JULY 18. FOR ITS PATRONS. For Sale.-t;o- Hl lone bv ,.Ht n(, ,lop mul ,iroi.,.P,ed to open ilatllo Green, or .oxIuri tirt class passengers and Is in keepHi hands Nnboth. leturntHi homo Hilar h Mutt to Jr. nml three the ease. Von win well understand ing In appointment i for the comrort , ll Klla Lackey. Tho 7nola Land Iincstment Co, Inchos high, rimkI drlvqr and gorft b'a surprlio w lien, instosd of rats, sm-The rtlnlnp car forn-er.carried on of passengers with Ho high standard out of Iji li yor Texas, wll run it worker Arnold Zurbrtigg. tjire H 'rrtl .""J"11 I'lHckens hopi-rt- l ol Joii.i ( ouitnr sold to Wl Hum In the Illinois Central between Central of cafe. rHO,M, ' fpecla cur from I'ichvuond, Ky., ln Tumi llox - It F I) .No .i Stmt" City and Fu ton No. 1M and 10" u ) ear ""V l?,r,.U.101."'. .1" eggn nnd "'uK lerney" 1&'1"" VIS i.. hatcled Stanford, P.ilut Lick and Junction FROM THE 23 SAMS. belter lor vng dl'conllnued Inly 1st, and In Its for'!- wel th. .l.feU were and h.mrtv Cty. Mr. James Netlus who plorewl The regular rnllnnd place new all steel enfo coaches are placed with a hen nnd .Mr.jnK,t hnml with a nuty null Is lr Strayed from my place July ;!rd n ffcV rate 545 10 for round trip, IicIhk run on thoeo trains between suf . n- Is my boss I shall not ood for i!n days wlil h? charged red brlndle euw wth ,,mjt I nharp 1. My wil0 u....s lering totmldernble trtHible Uiulsville and FiAon. Uy this change L'O. Mis Kllwibeth and Master Arthur with free sleeping berths with passengers out of Louisville can ob- deny. horns flush of milk, rewnrd for ber, . h'tuiiteon, or l.oulnvllle. spent IhuI Companies that sell land 10 miles leturn or any Information lending to tain a noon meal en route not hereto2. She mnketh mo to lie down befttik with th,, lamtly ; (leo. Condor, fore possible under the o'd arrange- hind the bed when swell company Irom railroad lor ?1PJ per acre can MARKSBURY her whereabouts. (5. W. Spaugler, ; SO ment, a8 we'l as an cany :N"""'"r" mo behind I nffiiril tn fnke the farmers Xfor SV Icrcctin CiVg. incut irolm; Into Loulsvuie. This now como;, and she leadeth miles of Crab Orchard. Vo sell our land with 1 to up Jlnln fctreeL Piiflness meeting ,tt the clmnh llannitu "armmwVvNnld5 ""'.Mr advantages of these now cars over her The J II. Kaugnmnn Livestock railroad for from J2u to $40 without Ulenusn. a. Hho restoreth my pocket book water nnd only J0 with the water. Comi'iny hns been In the market af Saturday it 10 o'clock tno uin one for this reason that In the V MUH Willie HIrkIiis. ot Somerset lte .M.thiin has returned from Vt. cafe of the new all steel cafe cars after she has bpent all of Its con- Hetter land than thc 1100 land? Yes, ter nice cattle the week. They Mhe ftervvlco ls continuous, so that n tents for hobble skirts and theater nnd better location ,nd a free trip bought sixty head of i,S00 pound cat - Tabor wher,. he pr.clled two .er- - "ho Uhk I) i with the family of Mr . passenger mav obtain meals at any ior several weeks tie from John II Foter nt $5.40. nnd "ions on umi.tt last ior tnc eongre-i"tickets, and sho leadeth me up the to a'l purchasers. 'inn.i,M,m.? c t If in nt Hint tiliirii Iretum III tiff hfitiii. nt nttlA r.. tlmo while en route. K. C. tun Inn.l. For T "' n.aln aisle at church for her .now Hughes full St. particulars seeStanford S. II. Itaticr-maIn addition, however, to these s Imi in or I.' at 15. Mr Joniti Marsee fell from a wumnl. Asaph Hotel. at Is the fact that the cars nre hat's sake. Jones rounded n bunch c Mnml.tv alternoon ea.lnjr him rontfrt. ""K "'"'''h In the Inst few Ky., Sam Owens, of McKlnney, Ky., In enracter; their an Innovation l,l,-"' "r '" ",orf ro "I"1 300 nice sheep in Casey countv ernhlt bruised. "'" 'r. 4. Yea, though I w.tlk more than The right arm which Ky.. about Thomas, structural feature i embodying the hulf cf tlio nlgtt through dark rooms Henry lowborn, Kdit.ir. Liberty. Col. last week for which he paid from .' broke the tall It .u a ten painful cot. - t,u"rnnt "f the Kentucky Kxporlment Yoseinlte, Ky., Jason very latest developments In all that to S cents tor the lambs and an aver-- tiltlon an.i Is unable to us,, it. etniion came down nn, Injected thc pertain.) to comfort, attractive Inter-- with a crying baby, will get no resL Dave Freeman, Richmond, Ky., J K. , serum in in,, lemaltider or Mr lleedh ui j iui ii v ewes, lie smj-pe- fear-- t Internal Injuries. Ky. !temembr lor. and absolute Indestructibility. In for she Ig behind me, her broomstick Tndor, Cottenburg, them to Cincinnati " T."'H '" ." '''"".V "S!!i,i..?-ir- . Mr Mahan has returned from Ten jlh excursion leaver Tuesdiy July Kiib8tnuttatl'i of the latter Is the and lior hat pins they do everything No one can make a mlstak.. In ' u Arrange ior uckpii now. r.. I culling out tht. Jiens or the roosters liiftii.. U'liirn hIia lin.. titwin nt (hi.:head If the Hon. Francis "ijiii lain. .fKcjt vtUat one off theln structural II. Douglni me. bedsld,. ot O. Hughes Zavola Ijtnd Investment qirlhg' a particular strength for else but comfort which rave pased their prime The quite ,lck. her mother who hau to make himself Itliistrous the , 5. She preparcth a cold snack for Company. rcrlstlng shocks ls the underframe fewer drones that are Kept In a fleck first thing he sloiild do when he arMix. C C Cable hns been to Klch- rive nt hranktoit lH to over the trucks and thtlr connecting me, then muketh a bee line for an profltnbe. the more No gurplu Introduce a visit her brother Mr ntnk I'll plating tills built up steel girders. males Ihould bo kept. The f oek I'ond to Aid Society supper. She annolnteth at a nrlce litr- For School Children Robinson and Mrs. Walker of that niers can upe It We understand Mr. W new steel cars my bead with the rolling pin occashounld ne kept in paying condition The Interior of the Any Hilda m. protltaliln to the flock i"c &re of hcr.(lomp Uriah and design J Mooro ha. lost nbout 20 Lead from Messrs. M (1. Aldiidge, Rodger Al- Mtine dlseaae, while uuny others In "d roni-- t sionally. My arms runneth oter wit" Mud have everv ccnvrii nc hkoul.t be marketed if they aru not Including electric lights fans, the bundles betore she Is half done SPECIAL PREMIUMS OFFERED AT In good condition they should be put dridge nnd Raymond Hn lden mo th wot end huto ost small numfort. STATE FAIR. up nnd fattened and then sold. tored to lA'xIngton Sunda). , that Is required for the partial ar Rer with her shopping. bers. The condition or Mr. Chas O'Hearn When to sell ncds to bo studied. vice for which the two compartment G. Surely her dressmaker and mil ThTP ls to tie a home coming of the are designed. The surplus cockerels will never bo who Ig 111 with tvphold lever Is about memberj of the church of Disciples linery bills will fol'ew me all tho encouragement to the pupl's The kitchen of the cato portion ls days of her life, and I will dwell In or As an city schools throughout the so sa able as when they nre broilers the same Miss Atnle S. Cecil and bro- at Sycumore on the Worth Rolling the ot proper weight and lj good condition ther who have typhoid are getting Fork the .'.th Sunday In July This Is unusual y large, thus materially aidPaint Co.. of Small flecks are ttv most profitable. a ong nicely The cafo the housp of my wife forever. Urlch stale, thc Strassel-Oaning quickens? of service. one of th,. oldest congregatloiiB In Ixiuipville, has offered a special pre- One Into seats 18 people at a time, which In (Mo.) Herald The good mium of $ir to be distributed at the of 2." hundred hens divided more llocks noon althoughrain that fell Tuesdny Kentucky, and its men.Uershlp Is scat profit connection with tho tact that thlp sereach will give much interfering with wheat tercd Knst. West, North and South Kentucky State Fair as follows: than If kept all In the same urd. vice ls continuous affords, it Is threshlnc nnd hu cutters for the There will be an all day sort Ice, prom 1. Collection ci' ten troublesome re- pay If kept They thought, ample facilities of a'l W. S. Drye & Co. weeds, pres'ed and named, ! 1st; ?1 lor eegs will meatmuch bettereither or time being was g adly welcomed by Inent spenken trom Kentucky and : qulrcnieitfs. and than for Tro character of the ser the limners at this pince. other state,, will be present There and EMBALMERS 2nd ribbon 3rd prize. In this cafe compart- UNDERTAKERS separately. vice, and menu Mr. II. K Swope :iai boen su'fer- - will be an abundance of good IhlnKs 2. Collection of leates, twigs and Hustonvllle, Ky. at a high ment, will be maintained ing with bone lelnn on her ngrt liana. to atlt-r the hungry, the Hoi ing seeds of 10 nathe trees, pressed nnd Telephone In Office A GOOD WORK. standard. Mr John ltoston lejt a very people neter fail In this. J I ind; ribbon 3rd. Matched rigs In 3 sizes, sew rugs mounted substantial weight of cars , The milch cow bv death last week cral hundrea are expecteit to bo pres- Crab Orchard, Ky., July in. 3. Exhibit of flowers fresh or press (UG,S00 pounds) with their all steel druggets lace curtains, w. A. Trlhblt y Archie Lee the Infiuit child of Mr lent man) will never bate ed, raise,) in homo or school garden, GO- -n To The Intetrlor Joural: construction ls a feature In connection M (!. Aldrlitge died nt thol another opportunltv before croislng nnd .Mrs. U 1st: $1 2nd. ribbon 3rd. Gentle readers the citi- Jiome ol lts parents nst Friday and the valley nnd the shndow, for till 4. Exhibit of 5 products raised In m r,4iH0iis it is proposed to the home or schoo gardens t- - 1st; zens ot the Cedar Creek neighborhood was burled In th,. Lancaster cemoterv l 2nd; ribbon 3rd. desire It to be known that there Is Saturday. make the greatest day in the church's Charley (lrlmii one of the old-- hUtory Mr. C Collection or 12 kinds of seeds now vertunlly a stake and rider fence . grown by school In home and school along est citizen of our community dU'dnt the lanei and around tro grow- his home ol paralysis on hut Mondat gardens 12 1st; $1 2m:. ribbon 3rd. CARD OF THANKS ing crops of the farms In n'.l that vi- morning. Work of this character Is being givMr, Hi lines waj, very jiopular for, Ni desire to thanlt thom who were establishen mucla attention In the schools now cinity. The precedent and It U developing a love and ap- ed by new J. O. Livingston last week his "story telling" nnd coul, enter- so Kind to n during the sickness preciation of nature and nn artistic upon horse and mule doing damage ttln hi i friends by tl.e hour by his and death: or our precious wire, L It Hughes, eenso In the children. ttirllllng experiences etc. lie was a 'daughter and sister In lily wheat and corn. He consulted member of thu reform catirch having F 1. Thompson and tauillv a lawj or In Crab Orcrard, who told profesfed faith In Christ when a -him the letter or the 'aw Is not strict- r.nd to wrich hope l.o was clinging Services ly lor you, but Ju tlce Is. No one when denth claimed him. conducted bv his pastor llev Tinder has r, rlgl t to pasture on the public nt th,. hint e Tuesday toorning The MADE ON highway. That Is tor unobstructed tnnernl sertlces were largely attendtravel. N'o one has n right to turn ed a testimony of his iminv friends In his stock upon tl woods or another, the community Interment In I jin cubthough not renced. Ho who owns th,. ic r cemetery. AND ALL KINDS OF soil has dominions even unto heaven. SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY Tfca young children that Is k. "I want to thank you from the bot- withoutfamily withIn The people are under many obllga alckneas the house now and Machinery ttom to Dro. Lltlngslon also to his tom of my heart." wrote C. 1!. Poder. then la rare, and so It la Important that SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER peace til Lowlsburg. W, Vii.. "for wonderful Ihe head of the houte should know what Attorney, Fontaine Fox llobbitt, flmitilfi honntlt I trot from Klerfrtr lilt. to do In the little emergencies that arise. GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES now reigns In Warsaw' Ulory to the ,rSt ln mo of both n severe A child with & aerloua ailment needs a BEST EQUIPPED omn-- . tas,. of stomach trouble and ol rher. doctor. It Is true, but In the majority of MACHINE SHOP IN Instance!, as any doctor knows, THE BLUfc Kmbassador of Ihe skies! tho an in- - suffers from som Inteitlnal the child ment of tho pulpit J. (i. I.lvliigbton.,maiii.m. irom which i mm trouble, GRASS. yearB.- - u.u.uy roniupuon. neip esi suiierer ior tea Written by Fontaine Fox Uobbltt by m08C i1,i ,. . nlll n. Them l no teneo In lvlfir It nMPh mmln Inst DANVILLE MOTOR 1ELECTRC request of the people. .. remedy containing n oulate. nor In ir,r ,iT8m.,i. lndlKestlon., jaundice nnd to rid the system or Wth 7lv. It a CO. kidney poisons that cause rheumatism1 a mild. cntl laxative tonlo like Dr. IT HAPPENED AT HUBBLE. 123 N. Fourth 8t. DANVILE. KY. Llectrlc Hitters has no equal. Try Caldwell's 8vrup repiln. which, by clean- I tho ""'" Every bottle Is guarontccd to nUle stomach muiclei, will "mniedlately Jluf Hatcher who conducts Only 60 cents at Ponny's correct the trouble. iwtlsfy. finc lino between Iancastcr nuj Dan ' Drug 8 two. This la not alone our opinion but that MID-SUMME- lth t Hie tolls The Ittnvlllo Megnuimor PARKSVILLE ot n remarkable mviiralioo at the general More located at initio e, on , l' line, ttst week there werP stack rem, ',4' ' the store seternl cases of egg.k1M,miS,B a IHfln., w or '"'l, reason stilpment was tie- ISmrrow J i,.,,,,, Msjf fLY NCJS " SUrJ 5HDfc5 """ ',,. .... I J"s iBSgTtjrAl FOR SUMMER DRIVING C01"'0r ' Tories and dnv- should be ipecially ronsidertnl by reining a proier oulllt of lap robes. bisnkets. lly nets and other iieceMorl- lr0n' our ,u nwortment of borsu gods. Cleru nro Uglit, but nnd durable, single nnd double harness, admliably suited to road pur- IHites, along with a lull line of work U, y - home-scckc- rj '5-J- .t ;'""" 're tr' '"" ux-uult- I pt J 1 ! lea-tur- "' '""' H'l "arne" prices. r tbe bMt fua,1,'r nt Stanford, Ky. i J. C. McCLARY, 1 ic ,.. d fea-''jilt- f, J. C. 'v k- McClary . tx-e- - r" AN9 i - Ztx. & Hn., V EMBALMER s UNDERTAKER Ulrica Thon STANFORD, 17 tloui KY '1'bou Ik. J. L. Beazley & Co t UNDERTAKERS AND DEAL- vitlu-,rar- Sev-abl- e pos-lbl- ALSO ER IN GUESS WHO t,r FURNITURE, MAT. 1 TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF 8T0CK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD. ! ! - KENTUCKY. REPAIRS - IFYOU HAVE A SICKLY YOUNGSTER TRY THIS FREE of Mrs. N. It. Head of Freeport. Kaaa, whose granddaughter has been taking It aucceaatullr and of Mrs. J. . Whiting of Lna, Wis, who gives It to her children and takes It herself. It Is sold In nfty cent and one dollar bottles every drug store, but If you want to at It In test your family before you buy It send your uddresa to Dr. Caldwell and he will forward a supply free of charge. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that th purchase of his remedy ends his obll Ration. He has specialised In stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will ba pleased to give the reader any advice on the subject free of charge. All are welcome to writs htm. Whether for the medical advice) ample address him Dr. V.I I.hef.rre W. B. Caldwell. a Caldwell bulldlnjr, Montlcello. Ilk - Motor Cars . i ctB ui-e- IS! ,.... Kj v. "m.'.IVor R Mammoth Cave $4.35 ROUND TRIP FROM VACATION TO isev' SPECIAL EXCURSION - v-ta "vi CINCINNATI AND RETURN HflrMSJTTHTrrrMT'e OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. Wc 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. ta'' Sunday, JULY 16 STANFORD, And All Way Stations THURSDAY. JULY 27. Regular Train 4:40 A. M. sl ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $5.50. This includes your board and admission to the several routes in the Cave. Round Trip IHSBI SPECIAL TRAIN s1 Round Trip e One Evening for Promenade or Dance. A Grand 2 Days Outing. Write or Phone L. & N. Ticket Agt Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. t Wm. Adams & Son. 142 &''. N. Broadway, '' Lexington, Ky. v