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The Stanford interior journal: July 18, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911071801_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 18, 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. t v VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. The Stanford Interior Journal SC Q TUE8DAY AND FRIDAY. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911 EVERY WILL KENTUCKIANS BELIEVE THIS MAN? I I 1 tlnir IIi,Ia Itv n.inalitnrnlilv Mis, McCormack who Is one of Hr most popular young ladles In the West TITLE Kntl will undobtedly prove a splendid O'fiEAR 8AY8 BRADLEY'S TO SENATOR6HIP WA8 WON leprescntatlve of tho Interior Journal, WITHOUT STAIN which belloes that It hns the OR DLOT corps of correspondents In the stnte. She his a grrnl mnnv friend, who or thrir is Al.ttt faith cnn lior.est Kentuoklnns will furnish her the news Itorn anh their going, nnd comings in Judgo, O'Renr when hc layn Hit brow and declnre,' She will nui represent the interior hand on llrndlov itdtertlslng nnd Job work ho Ik one Senator upon whoo Journal for Hint . ..,,.,.t Kml business ,.( to his sent there In no blot? ...... ..,... her their .. ocal notices io tltl,. glvp men Anil OIliMr ni on tnt. grounds nnd go In to her letter emit week through mw the whole llo plot which four men were botujhl outMir health in tho past few months hni serlousty hnndlcnpped him, nnd hai MISS NEWLAND Inrced him to be nwny fnim the hust SUSTAINS BAD INJURY 8TEP- - tho writer, V. A. Hcynold hnd only tillered ,.iO() for tho land which wns VIGOROUS LEADERS .. . . t lit ..H.I ...I.I I "' i",0 "n' " ltl FALLS UPON ROOK WHILE PING FROM BUQGY AND BREAKS CHIN BONE. Crab Orchard Investors LIST OF TH08E WHO BOUGHT PROPERTY LAST WEEK. Tho complete of buyers or lots nnd the prices they paid at tho big lot snle In Crab Orchard last Wed nesday l, as rollows Lot No t 0 p and L' P. Isaacs JXii " " 2J V Imlley OH) " " I! II Kid well is:. " " I W. II. Kldwe.l .580 " 5 i: P. and 0. P. lanacu $8) " " d K. P. and (1. P. Isaacs . & 7 (Jco. Holmes 8I 8W II " U Walter Hogers " 10 Hen Howard rr tl JNMDER LIFE DISCUSSED TERS0N BY PRE8IDENT PAT. IN PAYING TRIBUTE TO GOV. McCREARY. , lit be manirold, wilt show. e ' Augusttiii was more capable or 11 (J. II. Harris 7(1 than when he dereated An' V2 Josh WlUon ?40 tony at 'Had " 1.1 Josh Wilson i40 ttone at Actluni 40 year, beforesuccess conducted with brilliant ' II W M I )y chouse " IS W M. Dyeroup,. ... .?'l his ntoit streneous political 1 campaign when and Von " U! . T. (lover uy of him. furtrer I am ptoud to ?ll Moltko over 80the Wllllnm of Sedan won victories " 17 W T. (lover n crap game ll and Grnvolettc and laid France pros-trnt- c more, that, despite the machinations others were Indulging u TV.m ,lr.,w n " NcwlunU Is ono of the most .iV., 18 Kato Albright .?:". of the lohliv. her,. In " Senator l from In the dust over 50 Chv''i "ttractho young ladles of . " .., errs, words 1"'!'11'-"- " I'J Mrs. O. P. King ... hmi i' 80 Kentucky m whose title there MiiMfurd an ,ishe hit,, lti smpathy or em" '.'0 Mrs. thero In no and a grnl'bed- to tut him. whet, to P. King . . 8) Victoria laid down the burden 0. main nnd on whose record Iho cntlio communltv lu her snfrer-pire when In. the roll maturity of her " 21 K P and 0. P. Isuiich pistol from hi, broth-'- ' lllaln " 75 powers I iot T he accident wns tory when over SO; nnd the " 1'2 T N. -d nnd fired one thot at Tom,, the ball "r Jl.ll Ilutt All Kentucky Democrats and Impptn-,Hr one. emrcror of Austria holds the " 2S .Mrs. S. J. Tntem . . efrect ,n ItU nbdomen nnd cans vii ,1"l nnd would never hnd location - has been for two ila.vs J..0 ruin,, still with n steady hand, though alike' ni,t mttJudRetl tho ' 21 ntm.t In.tinl tl.mth Klnlu D. 0 Payr.e fr.o t Iready . HI f n uSiiIih Ittmtl .. ( lllnli aghast at that titternnro When these Marshall Hadet-zk' -" "i'"" """ " 11 l -- ""-o """ V, D C Pavne In by tho associated rhoncd to Sheriff McUartv uiin went " too word, were sent to itllght from ehlcles Htopplng of Charles annihilated the night nnd " Sunday MllledRerllle T. N. liutt Messenger could not belles r.o Albert on the fatal army of Noyorra presi the r field lllsint H't; gate of her father. T. I). Now-.- . " J7 T N Utitt If. jail hete brought 4I had been quoted rorrco-lMr O'Hear when 82 years of ago; and Voltaire th well known grocer at his ..ri.,i lini i. ",.t mr n.itrsdiv ' 28 (larllcld - "" certifi' ' "" Howard Fre0 Lot " nnd called up Uiulsvlllo for pike She win trowned amid thunders of ap" Jl Ulii Howard lloth partle. to the killing ore Worth home on the Somerset ::& nn promptly t veil .. .. which cation thought that she hnd Judged the po plause In the theater Francalse; when . " .10 Simon Pctrey . 126 Hitting its Chief Justlc,, of the high-,e- less characters tils sition ot tho rock correctly and so Irene ' wae placed upon the " 'II (lalen Hogers 25 stage rourt tho Lcglnlnture thnt alter a stepped olf Into space, falling as she at 78. Humbolt completed his " .'I'.' (Inlen Hogers dlsgrncelul dendlock, elected .. 12. Immortal Cosmo, at 30. Chief Justlc0 ions and did so, with her chin Just striking Destroyed By Fire " :::! w I). Newlnnd . . Ktlward C O'Henr The llradley ?.0 John Marshall was In tho full vigor, tin edge ot the Mone. , , for " .14 (Jarfleld Howard t:"i of hi, powers at SO, nnd Chlcr Jusscnndnl of llrndlev's cainpulRn So tightly nre her Jaws bound to. whisthe " a", L. F. Jones I nlted States Senator, with iU tice Hogor V Taney at 87. Jmtlce gether. thnt sho Is unable to partake " 30 L. F. Jones ky and beer lobbvlsts as his chief HOME AND BARN OF F. E. BRAWN. ol tli,. slightest lood nnd Ii.ih to be .I'JC John M. Itnrlan .one or the most disJAMES K. PATTERSON, " .17 L. F. Jones ER BURNED DOWN. S2". tinguished tuckers and sponsors -- and III idley In of living Kentucklans, President Emeritus State University fed through n straw w:th liquid, tn " 3S L F. Jones 21 wrote .' Sum looking after tho liquor nnd beer tlrely, nnd will have to subsist on recently an opinion dissenting .19 J W. Moore ... interests wn upon overy tongue cen jiy from the deliverance of the supreme or Kentucky. Tho house nnd b.trn of K. I J liraw ti- till, kind of diet for several weeks prob " 10 J Kver) boly know who wore most Moore tu court on tho Standard Oil decision Hap, ab And she Is nlso tinnblo to ' 41 J. W Moore MORELAND splcuotis In the llnidlcy headquarters er, it farmer living near Mnson's .. an thnracterlzeU by a wealth of legal sponk n word I'IosIlIiii, hnve made " 42 Mis. Allle Pettus nnd the desperate effort, that were were entirely ronsumed by fire Thurs?2n I ci mint:, a powerful crasD of detail Interests which day of list week b flrw near mid her ns comfortnble as possible but her " 4 5 Mrs. Alle Pettus being tuado by these 0 nnd encom-pas- s a soundness or logical process night Mr Hrnwner was not nt home predicament Is very Inconvenient find " 44 I W Fish . ) Hear profesmu to abhor to Mrs E. K. Sr-o- maker and grand'20 iin uirtin.ased bv nnv of hi- - content- painful of the Democratic op nt llltl lime nnu me riiunn nun ' 4'. Henrlottit the defeat 120 nullev or any or his predecessors, daughter nre visiting relatives In Somready to fall In when the fire was dl-- ( Hradle) ponent of " 4G Peary lloiniHcLell . erset. ir and this nt the age or 78 Joe w BRODHEAD " 47 Chas. Hosklns .. As Democratic votes, one bv one, nt t red b Mrs lira nor Albert Ji Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Murphy have never uppearcd with more n brother of Mrs llrawner, win n ere plucked awn) front llckliiiiu tho " 4S Chas Hosk'113 $20 tliam.itic power than In ... Hip Van been vtiltlng his mother, Mrs. Sally "t of the foul mess permeated the la the honi,. at the time, and worked tench W I). Kdmlston ... . S16 Winkle nt 75; Tennyson wrote 'Cross- Murphy, or Liberty. Mrs K. 11. Newland U visiting In whole atmosphere, mid' when .Mc.Sutt. heroUally to sav,. what h could " 00 W. I). Kdmltton . . tic ing the Bar" when past SO. LaPIace Mrs. Jack Elkln and son of Louis furniture Lowell bedH and other Some .Tird rtid one mMi now " 31 II. D Campbell 't.trlton. .SH. compl ted hi, Bob Wilmott, tif Neptune wns nt s Tralte de In Meca- - vllle nre the guests of her mother dead, were finally Induced to vote tor which were secured vere wxra 52 11 D. Campbell .SrlB lilque Celeste' at 76, a work which Mrs. n. B. King. home Sunday burned " Ca Kd Rogers nnd elect llradley. the entire Mite .VU takes front rank In Intellectual vigor Mrs. Allen lllntt continues very low The barn wrlch wns a good one, Mrs. W. D. Welburn. of Lagrange was un penkably shocked " S4 Mrs. O P. King . .J21 in irope and prolundity with the Jos, Carter left Monday for She Investlga-Ho-Lightning struck the beautiful ash of oats und gra'n a lot t:cr since the lxirlmer this con-H- i tonfalnlng buggies snd n lot of farming SB M. II. Hrock .. . . . 25 Prlnclpla ot Sir Isaac Newton and spent a few das with her parents tree In W. to be gone until the first of In P. White's yard. nnd throe Mr. Und Mrs J. H. Prultt. commented the men S6 C. W. Gov or .X25 th0 Quaternions or Sir William How September. The public schol hore twill be taught a y Lavn been t.uaknr in their Implements, was qtilcklr consumed. Mrs. M. 57 Josh Wilson Mis, Hculah Wallln of Cedar Creek .23 nn Hamilton. Henry Clay Drought daughter L. Zachary and little grand by Mlbs Mary Pettus. The school In and her child and probably kept per Mrs llrawner Hrndlcy " 3S V. C Pettii boots hate been visiting relative the White's Ml'l district has begun etc., I, visiting her uncle Mr. Kgbert WalJ?l rorwnid and carried when 7a years somlly In Ignorance of what was done the young man had n narrow eintpc lln. " 1" C. cttus ctc .. .J2G old tho greatctit iolitical measure ot nt Somerset and Durnside. witn Miss barah Howard a3 teacher who did It are only tno Infant being nearly ,uftocated and for him. but those bO W C PettuB etc, .. .. .Miss Fannie Myers of (Joorgetown Miss Howard Is Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Cass and Mis'! Inhis lire, the famous compromise act hlure the lire a tomoled In thi.- das of searching the hns bcu ali'k ' tJl Wm. Dlshon Anna were In Louisville Hrst or the .26 or 1850. Daniel Webster and John Is visiting her aunt Mrs. Randolph Cor ence and we predict toacher of experi a good school. vestigation by the knowledge that Dlshon .S26 '. Calhoun were still full of flro ot fey. 02, Wm. week Cress, it statute of limitation now bars their " O'l W. M. Mnupln .j:n former ears when they died, tho Mrs. M. L Prultt, of Ilurnsldo spent a .vitsa LelaMiss Ila of Montlcello. and Miss Willlo Kenton is visiting In guest of Carson Case Pettus. Mr. offense 4 I. V. Fish .mi. vernon. former at 70 and the latter at t8 a Ie wdays with relatives here. .Mrs. Ella. Uriffin are vlsltlne rein- anybody believe thnt Ld O- Doe. (S 1. W. Fish Miss Hatllc Cox of Corbln I, with r: cnr, age. Ueorgo VII, whose long Mlb8 Ada Prultt and Han Hour did not know tomethlng of what ' 0 J. O. Riddle .. . . .y.r, contestol with the German Emperor son vlsted TurnersvllleMr. Jamesafter- tlves In Indiana. ... .n' - heu or that he ';, it .... OOES OVER TO NEXT TERM OF Jut ulster Mrs. Magglo Tuceker Pretty Hiss LoU Monran. of Crab Sunday was 7 W W. Hurgin . . . ?40 Kmer) McWhorter, of Paint Lick w.no word of the shun.elo's eulogy he Orchard, Is the attractive guest Mrs. reached Hi climax in tho humillttion noon. COURT AT LIBERTY. f.S W. W. Durgln . was In town Sunday. .40 of Henrj IV, at Canossa, vas near-in- Mr. James passed ttKn llradley In hi, personnlh s:;r. II. Prultt celebrated his P. F, Kennedy. Mr. T, P. Newland. 61 Kldwell &. Isaacs Miss Virginia Davis of Mt. Vernon, 70 when P0 brought his antagoStanford was a Cltirloi drlmeiT aged 7U jetirs, a visited Mrs W K. Carter last week. conducted contention'' 70 Kldwell & Isaani . ... :it; nist to Us knees nnd Paul HI, ono S1ST blrthdav last Wednesday a week, ot Mrs Rebecca visitors at tbe homo such "Itoglnnlng his r.unpilRu with pco-,- , iuomlnent Ctmad county farmer, Pettus. by having several of hlf relatives 71 Kldwe'I & Isncs Dr. f? M Frith nnd Henry Anderson can tho or the most imperious or the ponl.ex .j his hnnrb on n prepostcrou tiltentnce . .. $2.-- tics, did not hesitate, when nearing spend the day with him. 72 I C. (Toodnln ItIimp Ik died list week a of Ijtntnster the wns wtre In Louisville first of the week. ! re.l to It.gton piku out e of Kentucky lie 71! L J2IJI 7o. attending; the L Sinders . Severnl from V Must Work Roads n an) other statement' to fulminate hi, bull or excom- fclncero Hi fat.'tor of Mr.t. Wllllitm Porter ol Odd Fellows here are In Loidsvllle . 74 J. C M lgee Sit t nmnlf-nttnReunion HUBBLE It net nirnlnfit Itnnrv VIII Jnhn Ho had been stricken this week Hut wh. did h,. feel this tiinti , I, iv Hhpn nonrlnrr !hl wrm utlll 75 A. J. Ilalley 'H with n fur some time with pnrnl)sls when to eulogize Ilntdlev ' 7fi (!eo. O. Spoonamore JUDGE BAILEY SLAPS FINP Ou Ml', Judith McC.tll hns returned to '" ii most Indof.itlirfililn and olnnnent he was 15 sweeping Indictment Durliim of CI Icago, hns been We have had plenty of rain lately ' 77 (ieo O Spoonamore J!0 pieacher in Kngland. Miche.il Angelo MEN WHO DIDN'T nenry ever other promi- tli guest ot his brother, T J Durham, her linnin nt Maretsburg nrter visiting ' 78 K. P. & (3. P. Isaacs wo ar0 very thankful. J.jr produced one of his famous master- - for which nent Kentucky Republican near Crab Orchard for several dap her tousln Ms, Jewel Francis Miss Anna Flshback or Alt. Vernon A number of men livlne in tho nt. 7') H. P. & (! P. Isaacg . Miss t0,d '" " Frith enterttlned n hen pltces. "The last Judgment," "The sequel of this !' Mis, Sue Heth James, ot Crab Orch-nr- number Cnrrie ' K0 M. II. Hrock or of her frltnde nt her beautiful will be of Interest 1, w davs. nnd It ,!' tlirto hcoro vi ms nnd ten, nnd Ulan is visiting Mlsjes Jessie and Stella tenheint sectionwork the county, who has been o nthe sick list Yor severhave falleJ to 31 Hen Howard J home Sulphur, list the roadg ns rent iiboat tho f. iiii( age completed his McKecunle. A. OHmr Ins made the lrnd!e scandal al days, but is Minu.wlut Imiirovet' tointrv night lunear (Sum Mr nnd Mrs ' 82 I'dhart Icssvvlno . quired by law, caugnt it In the neck In e Krldnj $r. imoiis pnlntltig of "Tho Rattle of Mrs. J. OKeur now and honor of tin Issue In this cniiip.tlgn County Judge Uallcy's court last week tho-aro spending a few das with j.:t I.epanto" SI! W II. Isnncs .. . pro ent were his brnnded hlniKelf In tho outlet us Lightning Itll etl three cattlo for lto J M. Roberts. ' S4 Sam TtTuor Fran-el$::5 and Stella McKechnle. he lutonds after ear, Justin Jessie and Mrs. James McKechnle are ond derellclt In to go duty. others who nn Hihlncere twin, utterlv unworthy Spears In the West Knd In the thun- Mrs Palsy ltut, Msses Jewel ' 8S Sam Tudor .::s S. And In thee 'attcr and William are Mr. Ittdltli MtCall, of Maretsburg. this Morrill, ot Vermont, of belief ' der storm, of Thursday 8l". Sam Tudor . Hoad Overseer Amanant Scbreffer home ti a few das rom Scot Irtne Lons of Junction Cty, Florence IJ Allison, of Iown, ntded Juster and exiweted The case ngulnst W.llor Carson ol I cnnlngton, of Livingston, prtnute Mat swore out warrants against John Pike, dignity to the senate when past 80 land L. Sloan the West Lnd, charged with killing W. has been on th sick and Overseer John Townsend swore SERIOUSCHARGES ithlti a few mouths Dr. James li Cochran In Cnse rountv va, con- - i"A i: Izabcth Carter. Kllzabeth Thtrp, i:d out warrants against Percy Rurton, .some ' "J,1' " essrs Jno. Ronton, Owen Bach Club Angel, when past 80, retired from the list lor Nancy time. tinned nt th term ot the Casey Clr- Mra. ens, Joe Carter, Jntue, Dunbar hns been very Ward Bunch and Ashfnrd Uitnch charR presidency of the famous University sick AGAINST YOUNG MEN cd with n similar offense Tbny acHenry for somo time. day of the next term, when the trial Frith, Carson, Anderson, Homer Wallln HOLDS DELIGHTFUL MEEUIMG of Viiginl.t nfter n servlcu ot nearly Mrs. I. C. Hanltln Is with her dnugli cepted agreed Judgments of 12.30 and Dick Albright I will begin 140 vcars, nnd Matthew 11. Iliickham Noting (anion will be re-- i Dane AT GRADED SCHOOL. tber Mrs. F. F. Fltzpatrlck. Sho hat. cnits lu each case and wl 1 so to work provident of the I'nlvoi Jt of THREE TOBACCO MEN ARRESTFD presented b) so.uo of the most promt- - Thmunn on the plkej, nt once. ooen very sick but is Improving. and heat i ons of FOR CHARTING HOUGH TIMES was still vigorous and active at tient nttornev-- i In Hub section or the R M. VL..it ofSnmuel vllle. have been Judge Ilalley The members of the Bach Club heldi Perrj homo Dona McKech MarIN HUBBLE SECTION Mute, nnd his triend, sav will have 't paroled b tie time of his death, though nearing nie's bedone entered Saturday night tin, and Frank also fined Perrv costs room last of Prison Com- a most Interesting meeting ca Friday Mnrtln 120 and Instiiuccg of gteat mental vigor SO. good defense when his case comet to missioners, the Hoard ana iook nia watch out of htj pocket each for breach of the peace. If. and last Tliursd!i were morning at tbe graded school building Wat rants charging disorderly con- trlni Other cases nt tho recuit term freed from tho penltentlnrv at Frank- The imeetlnc Laving been c tiled to nt an advanced age might be mu ti He had some money In his pockets seems they had n little ruramiu with of ' riagrant nature nnd one of couit nt Liberty, disposed of were fort. After spending it day or two at jider by Miss HhIIou and tho roll rull-- i piled bv dozens and by scores, but but they didn't tako It. On VednesdaT Tom Nay or. duct ... mnnv day morning Neclev Northcott charged with eim - .() Dick ItobbrhstKing hint with utlcmpt while his sister was the family they loft for 3d. the special program wn begun. iLeto will sufltce to show that ...m tiig to detain n woman against her """ .Mlpslssipnl to accent notitlont. They Tre life of Johann Sebastian Dnchwns men are capable of gretit feats of cleaning up tho room tho watch fell mental powers between 70 and W opt of the bed. It Is thought twill, wcrnJworn out before Count) lo.tnu giiu am uenieuce.. ,o "" ,xrre sent to -prison In May for tho discussed at length nnd exaitiples or IN MEMORIAM. that , it nnnnii at nrinrv .ui , , b, . Judge (James P. llailey on Thunday t..c .................. lv,, I, , hia miiH o nli..n tiv M lss Knto Now. ears of ago who over took bile not a politician, I am grently ped it hack. It got uneasy and slip I lie case ukiuiihi .mi it m. i.iu t r if UIJ utinu kii ts i Hi..- nl,,n,. Among tlie num i,.i h... . ly it, . llrutton and James l!enz,ey, av I uuilll Ui In loving rememberance ualiut Dick Itobb. Oscnr Held and u ed withto malicious slyioting was ton I The hit Mm on the head with a bat bers were tho Rondeau from Partita InteteMed InInthe good government ot .Mrs Wes Shearer hav been sick for son and brother, Reuben of our dear addressing this letter a few di)s, but improving. next term. Franklin Hey man nnmtd Uregory. All three men tinned No. II; Ilottreo Irom 2nd Sonttn for th,. state. ' is nolds. who died March 11th 1911. In the case aralnst Joe llrniucr it re tobacco lands It Is wild violin. Gavotte from "th I'lumlt Suite, to you nnd through ou to the people tJrover McKechnle la going to PARKSVILLE I do uot wldi to be Lonely Is our home and sad are Tltu three men nro said to hne charged with gnnd larceny Iho Jury and tbe Uouree from 3rd suite lor ot Kentucky, to Bome understood ns disparaging the claims it Is too w et seecut oats friends while tbe hours, l e n verv drtirk on the day named returned h verdict of guilty but thej Cello. to Miss Pauline Minor, or Uratcl and to have thrown rocks at a tenant tlciondant v.n.s gntnted n new trim After a brlet dl cushion of business or the ablotltles of any Icandidate for Miss Alice IUnkln will begin school Since our darling brother Is gone. greon l.ut Swltth, Is visiting Miss Ova Mny Hut oh, a brighter home than ours. wish only to here Monday Governor Tho enso agnnst Liberty hoim,. or Mi Hratton's and created mattets the meeting was adjourned. the office In heaven Is now' his own. Jcrf Luttrell charged Mis. Amelia Scott cf Nlcholasvllle. other disorders, while Itobb It said to trell and Willwas uiembcrs present were Misses record in estimate of the ono whom nwny I prefer t wltli her cousins, MIsbcs Mjrtlo and filed Dear brother, wo have laid the. lt.no Incited ft Mrs Hruy who res Idea with murder Anna D. Mclloberts, .Mar' Mooro DEATH OF GEORGE GARTIN. Few men hav0 had experience so In tho peaceful grave'o embrace, Tre case against Mil chop Clinptuiiu Cleo Hrown tn the Hubble neighborhood nnd to ttano), Erfle Uuughman, Mary 'Murrl-toHut, thy memory w ill bP cherished wide nnd so varied In tho manageihuiged with malicious shooting was Miss l.ottlo Wosterfleld Ir spending Itivo followed her up and offered her Mnthon), Knto Newland, Llssa 'Till we see thy roavenly tnce the week with her nunt, Mr 3 II. P lloltzcltw, ilarj Elltnbelh McKlnnoy, ment of tho ntralrs as James 11. money Bite Is said to hstvo fled from tiled nwny Following nn Illness of over three- Ho has been before tho pub-H- e Our brotrer Houben Is gone, but not Tho grand Jury returned W Indict Wilson tit Inaction City him und to have run for protection In tClleii Iiallou and Mcssm. Hurry Rein-hin- t lorgotteu. for tnoro than 40 yean of contin- months duration, Mr George Uartln, Mr and Mrs John . I Cobalt went to 4 In- - house, with hor baby In her arms, ments classified atf fallows. mid Thomas Co email. uous service In th Held, In the halls brother of Mrs I. Cozatt, of Parki- Nevor sha I hi memory lade, llreach.of peace IS. LlQuor unlaw, tho burial ot Mr (leorge Cartlu, wl.t when tho drttnkeu man pursued her vllle, died nt liU home near Prod- of legislation nnd In executive duties. Sweetost thoughts shall ever linger. Sheriff McCnrty Immedlitely wont fully 10. Liquor to n minor 6, DIstrlbut waB Mrs. Cozatts brother ng assembl, 4, Weapom 4, Heckless He made a ncxcelent record ns a fordsvllle last Tilcsday night at '.' o' Around Hustonvllle cemetery vvhero Misses Ioiila o and (lertrtidc (iiot-n- , cut and arrested Hobb und Held but wimjiohh. t, Defacing property 1, Fine Mule Killed clock cnuse of his The immediate gal nut soldier nnd a capable ofllcer of Pcrrvvllle aro spending this week he Is laid lregory got wind that tbe offlccri ptopertv 1. During the trying ordeal of tho Civil death was uraemlc poison. Mr. Uar- - Often from our ttejit8 couiosa bitort utter hint mid made his escape mg room In which Knowingly ritrulsh with MIsbcs Mnsle nnd Margaret Turk tin wns severely Injured thren months war ho evaded no duty nnd quailed ngo ter cry men has been 1h trial r the2Uth. nnd some set for vvero sold In violation splrltou8 Inlltpiors Ington InW,the country .soM to E. V. GILL COWAN LOSES ANIMAL nnd L. O if law sensa'-lou:: Hon F Pltttnnn btlirt' no danger After bis rtiurni:" by a team of runawav mules Tho Why, oh, why, should our brolior tile Ihnrsilnv tho nas ?lnc?K ueen conlnei , to bed. PECULIAR ACC.'DENT lUo ho represented his ton- to Thero comeH th answer so toletsn testimony will bo brought In tho I). I. Retailing lUpior lu L. O 1. 5. Klmberlln 12 hogH averaging 1SS lbs, 'trtuinoy Hi three atirreit lv national i.nju!" cs .then ,re"lv.ed ttro Detutnlng woman ugalntt her will 1, at 6 cents. Mr Klmberlln also bought and deep cases. It Ie c' W (1 Cowan ,tho popular Wo t Knd Democratic conventions. lA'e .l.ruuu,e V"u He repre- Seduction 2, Adultery 2. Murder 1, of lllil II M Shoit'o u bunch averag- ."'8 aui Our brother Is but afclvep. M'.0art,n. waB 5C ye".r8 ol1 a".'1 one In love he lived In peace ho died. farmer, lost u vnluablo nut e nt his bented his countv in three successive Malicious shooting 1, House breaking nc, 140 lb- - at b cents. 1, Total iW. Ills life was asked but God denied. Messrs. Irvine and Julian and MIssch place nour llustonvllle. last week .and ,essl.,na ot the State legHnture. Uur Miss Rose McCormack and the In nn unusual manner Ho had n pair lug thn last of which he was speaker iipH .. ....... tf In .ivw".i. Tli .. f unntan II"j,arents. oblgently our" reader M ii working to a wagon In a field of tho House. He represented his I? , iifl u...,v utri """" UOWMAR'8 8UMMER TOURS llV(, In tho country, entertained Thurs- of iitulea wore conducted at tho family j , mavNOLPS. Moroland day evening About ono hundred In- which became frlghtentd nnd ran district In Congress for six successive sertr ces Thursday TO REPRESENT THE I. J., AT moraine: at 9 o'. residence away. They passed a largo sugar terms, namely lSS", to 1S!)7, and porsonally conducted; low Inclu- vitations were sent out. the Kentucky In the Senate of clock, by Itev J. C. Haw lings and Her. hag received tho fn. tiee, and swerving suddenly, FOR 8AUE nn RENTI John s was' accomodation, lowing J. Cozatt wheat sive celt; crops ot II C Cash, tongue of tho wagon struck the tree tho United States from 190J to U'09 J T McCormack and Interment MIim Hn'te Mrl'orninck. daughter of 26 acre rarm on good pike and nottr cemetery Deceased Is lellowstono Park and West, starting II. Cnldwell and a n glancing lick, which throw on0 of From 1875 to 1S79 wits governor ol lu Old Liberty story cottage b 1 Hr. and Mrs. Einmett McCnrmnck, ha Monday, July 3; Niagara Falls, To- Joe Crowder, J. Heed's. Ho Is pay- the inulut violently ngulnst tho tiee, this commonwealth ho While a member survived by his wife and two children good town portion ot Hon T. accepted the post of correspondent ronto, etc., Tuesday, Aug. 1; Atlan- ing 80 cents. Has bought several mashing It up horribly and killing It of Congress ho was nppolnted one ot JJ1'8 J.m "tti- - b1id.l " brlot,her' rooms below and two above, two good -- tyul represeutatlvo of the Interior Jour Imtantly other mulu crops United . barns and all other necessary out- to "7". nil at lliiitonvllle, and her letters Kor tic City, Now York, etc., Aug. 17 , ed. that have not yet been deliver erv little. Iho Connn had wu8 hurt tho commissioners of theMonetary .itrs. uug iieuu in uruuiurusvme,. ;. Mr, been of. Slates to the International Place well watered and (J C Heynlerson. of Lebanon and Mrs landings. Wrlto HOWMAH'S TOUH3, Versall-legIho paper Will begin this weok 450 for tho pslr or mules a Congress at Ilrussells, where ho D. W V Hrown, K, M. Uower, and rered will sell cheap. See L. K. Hughe u uumbor of years tbe I J hns been Ky., for folders giving full e maintained with dlgluty and with Jbhn J. Cozatt. of ParHsville. II. Wssterfleld went to the lot short while beforo that and had Sara rprsented lu tho West t'tHhfall fenced, in splendid coaimualty aad c redlt the reputaton of his country nt Junction CKy Dr Hrown toldfused It. by CoL V. 11. Wlllaius, but bl 111 . . cm-Pltden-tht'- right to put llrndley over Judge ') Vnr' endorsement of llrnd'ey loukvi llko ho wnnt, voted any way ho can pet them It .ig n grout piny to llradley whose support h0 much nceil powerfully had hut will undoubtedly prove a boomerang "Heglnnlng hU speech he referred to llrndley nil tho greatest living and ndded thin heliiR from the stonogrnpllo reKirt In O'Uettr's Louisville organ Stepping from her buggy In tho dnrk ucss late Haturdny etcnlng, as nho tlioui;lit, up the Htonc which stands In : VV front of her father, gntei Mis, Kn . o Nw land, .,...,.. her footing , nnd foil, , ,.... mlssotl ., ,, ' uiiub muu tne bihujf of the rock, which cracked her chin bono lu linlf, nndfenrfully dislocated both of her jaw bones driving them j both far up under the skin abov0 her Sunday Killing teiirs Her Injuries were most paltutil scrtou, nnd It required several and OVER A tiourH effort on the part of physicians NEAR MILLEDGEVILLE PAR. to pet tho Jaw bontvt properly return CAME OF CRAPS, BOTH ed to their sockets and tho chin bone TIES. NEGROES. So delicate, nnd difficult an reset wns It, thnt her teeth hnd .r HuncTiy afternoon operation o'clock About s to b bot.nd together with fine nnd a most Itntnntly tleo lllnln shot wire, so sho would b0 tin- kilted Koiter Toms, another negro on nli e to move thnt , , her lower Jaw tho Miiin,if.n.nin tn ll The following tributo from Presi dent Rmerltus .lonoi K. Patterson, of Slate University, was recently published I vt - In tho Courier-Journa- l - oi mo courier- - Journal lae opinion Is sometimes expressed that men who have occupied pioml-tien- t pln-o- s In nlfalrs nnd have done great things nro not ncpable of doing cfrectlvo things nr0 not capable or do lng elfectlve service nfter they have I it in,, i.uuor J Hamilton .. i.r, ,S45 Hi a fallacy a fow .:jo ten That this Is might multlpled, nnd they assed the traditional thrce-scor- c and .,, .'.' .:. "'" ,!., i,i '"'' . c pecu-takin- g n vet-era- n t- -C four-scor- y ''" W I ... u From the foregoing It will bo rccn hat Iil wholo llfo has been spent In the public Bcrvlcc Ills experience has been wide nnd varied In the field, In the halls ol legislation, state and In administrative nnd ni live duties, and In dealing with some me most difficult nroblem which oi confront the polltlcnl ceremonies In na tlonal nnd International finance. No mere tyro can bring to tho discharge " i'iiuiic uune ono title of the capacity for Intelligent work In legisla tive ami executive duties Ills collegiate nnd legal education well fitted him for these manifold nnd vnrled In all of these relations lit has borne himself with cotupte. nous ability, fidelity, dignity aid courtesy. As speaker of tho I lout c his rulings were prompt and Impartial As governor his acts were all cor telved nnd executed In the Intcrestt of tho whoI0 peoplP of the Common wealth Partisanship was subordinate ed to the public good. In hls legislative career In Congress, extending over u period ol 18 years, every measure supported and every vote cast win upon national nnd not sectional lines. An nble, upright, experienced clean, good man, no breath of suspi cion, so fnr as I know ,hng ever attached to any or his acts, either public or private. If e'ected governor of Kentucky, h0 will bring to the discharge of hs duties a rlpo experience extending over 40 jears, an experience of Incalculable value In troubttlous timet, wrt-the hand of a safe conservative man is needed at the helm. The State neod8 Just now a policy of concilia tion, not a policy of adventure, the policy of a statesman not of a poli tician, a policy or Justice, not or ex- tedicncy or opportunism. I think I might well c'ose bv a verso Kcceleslastes. "Let us now praise from tho 44th chapter of the book of famous men nnd our fathers who be' got us." Hespectfully. LIGHTENING KILLS STOCK IN EAST END HEAVY DAMAGE DONE TO STOCK IN FIERCE ELECTRIC 8TORM FIVEH0RSE3 KILLED. During Friday's e.cctrlcal storm which passed over this place, a nice nmrc. valued nt $275, and the proper-iof Wood, Peters, of Crab Orchard, twts killed in the pasturo or F. F. Cum nuns At tho homo of Wm. Ilrewer, n tarmcr living three miles east, a atrango freak of th0 lightning Is r. porteti. a gentleman on his way to illchmond stopped at tho Ilrewer homo for shelter niter tying his horse under n tree. Scarcely had ho entered the bouse when tho tree was stmck by lightning, which knocked the horse down. After a short time tho horse regained hi. feet, when his owner. asked permission to nut the numal in thn barn. In less than ten mln a second bolt struck the barn and killed the horse. Oliver Carpenter, aged 26. nnd n son ot John Carpenter, of Ited Hock, Oitla., and Miss Ucttie Carpenter, aged 17, and n daShter of S. D. of this place were united In .Marriage at Lancaster on Thursday last. Mr. C. had visited hero occasionally, his last vUlt was somo few months ago, and becoming acquainted vvitn nls bride, Blnce that time a constant correspondence wa8 kept up. between the young folks. Tbe marriage came ns a great surprise to every one. The groom Is a pleasant and agreeable gentleman and quite wealthy. HU bride bos long been regarded as one, oC the handsomest young ladles of tha section and seven I of her admirers are lett repining. Her man friends among the younger set regret to lose her from their midst but are offering their congratulations and wishes for a happy future. After n short visit to the home of Mr. and .Mrs. V. II. Cummins they next repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. II Thompson vvhero Bonie of their oung friends boon gathered. The evening wa spent very pleasantly and at two o'clock A. AL, the crowd enjoy cd a hay ride to Crab Orchard, to catch the morning train and see the happy couple olf. Th hayrlde party wa, ehaperoned bT Mesdames Cummins and Thompson. We Join with their many friends in wishing them a lung and happy life Mid may their pathway ever be one of roses y r, not-lona- l, Preachersvllle July 17 M ... -- Skid-teor- Jer-tersp- niter-ward- n ... w-- a - eer .2l .rn .... i .- g wan n I VV '- d ;', Spoor-amor- chll-die- 1 n " I Vcr-uion- t. u.,u,, ur.,,, . ji-f- Ain. t,,,.h la ..,,. !.- IH (.., HMHIHHMH o 'll. n Mc-Cre- "'"1" 'r "."T TT ..., J"'? hlgh-clus- 2 "" r. de-tal- i. re-ral- End Gents' Furnishing. o TO i The Ixierior Ioiirnal. Euabllihed 1872 H 1 $ S 3ifl O (D iiib y jm SMELTON M. SAUFLEY,. ..Pabllthor Season Closed ! The time to sell STRAW HATS and LOW SHOES is about over, but the time to wear them is just now right. We have a few beautiful 1 II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE r.utored at the postoflico 'ford n feeunil chug wall. nt Hrnn - DEMOCRATIC MCKGT. f'wr f CD for I4ut. fw on (oYrnr - Jnn"-- R. K. MrCrwu-- r mmxrnrr J. Mtlet-Nirw- j I "fi d 8 " rr TriwstK- VrertHnir 9. Mm. K. nt StaW- -. -- The. trw ft' liwj (toneMil V. Jwnrs QArnaK. I'm Stt rinprbiioHuH n Sefxta HurHndale nnmtett. IV' cnmiiilsioiir ABtieiHw J. r Straw Yachts left, $3 and $3.50 quality to close at $2. $2.50 quality at $1.50 and the- -. $2 at $1 each. ones at 25c. 50-ce- nt ftMMsgBinniwt s Hot Weather Goods Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Ice Cream Freezers I Jl i I Water Coolers Ciotn es The Lowest ' Nowittjtn. Clerk Court ef .ipaM ftrnpiiav r'or Ual rewd Commissioner WMr. It. b, YT. IV "Irrnlt Jndpe Charles ch n A. I lar- FOR REPRESENTATIVE" Wlllliuu II. Shanks announce lib. candidacy lor Itoprowntnllvo from LltKoln count), cub Joel to the action 'of the Democratic party. Walk Over Shoes $4.50 Low Shoes at $3.50; the $4 quality at $3, and the $3 ones to close u : tf PrirffP 'hist Filtered Gasoline, Etc. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Ever Had! BOY'S KNEE PANTS In Blouse effect Wo have the largest stock of clothing in town, hand tailored, nnd pure $1.30 l:nec pants must go at Tl," must go at wooL $1 must go at SUITS! o0 must go at MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S $16.98 Ml must go at 125 nnd $30 suits at CLOTHING! $1.18 94c Alter relieving hlmeelt of n et hpfeth, which for a time It seemed ii would IHK be aked to deliver Kl Morrow, ol Somerset c oeed hu hlitr luirrnno at the Loulfvlll cowvrn turn tbiio' "In the name of th people (tC Ken I aPH tiK'k). the 4Mcratle iwrt. nt lieint)liiK tlie people, and slnitKhter Inn tholr lntrota like liup In thf shamb ." "Art now," aalri ho having killed (Merrthtng worth while In legislation, like that fabtiloux ani mal, tlio gynscutl. they lmo klllctl themsolvofl." Kentucky democrat mav have killed mnnv moamires and mny things but thov havt, never vet murdered a at $2.75. Now do not ask us to charge these but Bring The Money. We have a few Oxfords good styles one or two of a lot left. Tan, and black worth $3.50 to $5. We now want only $2 a pair for them. - Mr. Farmer: ' WHEAT SACKS TO HANDLE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY OF THRESHER READY YOU HAVE A THE PRESENT CROP. WHEN SHOULD YOU NEED YOU NEED. SEND IN AND GET WHAT SACKS WHEAT RYE AND SEED 80KS FOR HANDLING OATS, BARLEY. WE WILL FURNISH YOU AND WISH TO STORE SAME YOURSELF EACH. WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT CENTS EACH YEAR ON SACKS, AND THIS SEAWE HAVE QUITE A LOSS HAY IN OLD STOCK SON OUR SACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST TO SATISFACTORY HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL BE MORE YOU BUY WHAT, TO HAVE YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL BE TO US NEED FOR STORINO GRAIN. SACKS YOU FOR THRESHING WE HAVE SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL SUPPLY YOU. PURPOSES AND WANT TO WE governor. 7ic and 2.50 suits at $18 suits at $12.50 and $15 st'its at $10 Suits nt We hav0 about 300 suits. In J'JO 39c will get the Job of 19c ISrent Southern I'lre $14.98 911.98 HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW $: and $3.50 $2.00 bats nt $- J.9S $6.98 hats at slzen, that w"l rrom $10 to $18. bale price BOY'S SUITS f tia.50 suits at $10 r.ults nt $8 suits at $7.50 Bults at 56.50 suits at $5 suits at $4 suits at $3.50 silt $3 suits at Our ?1 halP at 15.48 .60 hats at 3tc Jame3 Kced an O Hear man who .J5 hats at 19e worked for Oliver for Socretnry or KNICKERBOCKERS State, was fired as cu todlan of the. 7.2B JOHN B. STETSON HATS new rnpltol because ho says he work16 38 $1 arifi $.'. tints nt $2.98 ed tor Oliver for Secretary, of Stale J8 Kelt hats In all shades of the stan- niptend of Capt. Karlev. who Is on the 14.98. dard male capltol board. 1.4? S3 nnd SI 50 hats at 52.29 VJ.68 $l'.b.O J2-S- rot New goods. special you elsewhere -' hats at $1.50 hat nt S2.23 $1.78 11.39 $1.19 9c Insurance Commissioner. C. Hell president of the .nnuranee Company at Louisville as oon ng his Job expires Jan. 1st next. As Auditor James I president of another big company, It secnin thnt thy proient republican Btat0 ofllrlals are mnn.igtni? to feather their nects pretty wo I. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. J- at J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Wo hate about 100 boys' Milts, straight pants that sold from $2.50 to CAPS. $6. Wo will ruu thcie out now 30c and 75c caps at 51.29 i5c and S3c caps at at ODD ?Z.6B $1.50 hatj at $1 hats at hats at - hnts nt ....98c $1.88 $1.39 LANCASTER .Messrs. KU. and N. II I'rlce noId 5 Duroc pigs to different imrtlcs for $50 Rev. C C. Ilronn preached the imon Sunday night for the I'nlon ser vlces which was held In the lincnster parK. Archlo l.ee little ron ot Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Aldridge died after a brief Incus at thc homo of his p.ir 'fnts nt Marksbury burial .i in the 79c 39c 19e ft i Mo Corsets Have no Brass Eyelets. Unsurpassed in design fit and workmanship. Try one and you will be convinced. v ($.1 r i Hi If jV L L Sanders, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. TEI FEE CUT. OFF For the next 15 days we offer our lawns, Summer Silks, Oxfords etc. at rk 10 Per Cent Off The Regular Price. This is Strictly A Spot Cash Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. TV . I MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS outing AT 8 CENTS, 12 CENTS AND 16 Worsted, black, flannel, pants, green plaids, brown and sorgo, CENTS. spring stles at prices you never heard ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR ot before. l.tucaster cemetery. $5.28 Worth 50c and $1 now 39c $7.00 pants at It. S. Drown nnd it. II. Hainan are Worth 50c and !i5c now 19c drawing good crowds by their Ju'v $6 and JG.50 pants at $3.68 $5.50 pants at J5 and sal(. of their merchandise. 2.38 $4 and 4.50 pants at GLOVES Miss Carpenter of tfcls county and $2.68 $1.50 gloves at ana $3.50 pants at $1.19 W U. Carpenter of Oklahoma Cltv, fi $1.79 $I.J5 nnd $1 gloves at .50 pants at VI and 79c , Okla., were united In marriage. Kl All kinds of wash pants trout 68c to oOc and $1 gloves at 39c ider K. M. Tinder tho Christian mlnla $1.KS. Don't overlook them. ter officiating. information wn received here recently by Mrs. Mattl(. ! Krlslilo of BELTS MEN'S UNION SUITS. 83c Worth 50c, 75c and $1 now 39c sudden death of her only slut: $1.50 quality now 19c Mrs. Annie Stillwell nt Marlon In Crlt 79c i5c belts nt $1 quality now SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! tendeiiycounty aged SS years. The reFANCY VESTS. A lot that Is worth ncTunl value, - to High ana low ruts absolutely the mains were taken to Loulsvll e, her $1.19 best $4, go now at of makes Atl. I.KATHKH former hom0 and Interred In Cave Hill cemetery. Same worth $5 to $7 SHOES WORTH $4 and 55 sale prlc .Mr. Charles 'irlmes, aged 71' vears 53.29 tied after several month i illness of SHIRTS J3.50 shoes at $2.98 pneun.onl-i his homo at Marksbury For Work Dress and Every Day 52.34 f.l shoos at lie was long a member of tho Chris$1.48 $2.50 shoes at $2 shirts now ., tian church, the minister Klder K, M 51.19 $1 shooj at $1.50 shirts now 51.e4 Tinder preaching his funeral. The fol We $1 shirts now LADIES" SHOES 39c and oxfords In velvet, patent flnlrh lowing children survive him besides 50c ghlrts now an nvnlld wlfo Mrs Wm. Porter Stan-lord- , mrt.il ntifl tU. Miss l.lzzle (IriiiK'a and one son $3.K0 oxfords at UNDERWEAR OP ALL KINDS $2.98 39c tl llfAPila n 9 1J Ira besides thteH 50c nnd 75c garments go nt lsters an da brotl-e- r 1?c $:i.0 oxfords at J5c garments go at i.aa mourn her death. i'i oxfords at 5.M MEDICINES VERSUS $1.50 oxfords at 51.19 HONEST FAKES. NIGHT SHIRTS FOR MEN President Tatt's recent message sug 39c SLIPPERS FOR MtN AND BOYS Worth 50c and $1 now M.no fish brand slippers nt ....$2.68 guntlng an nmendmout to the I'ure $U allppors at $2.39 Food and Drug law In It relation to 1'.50 slippers at Prepared Medicines, does not refer to SOX Hoys slippers from 51.48 to 52.48 such standnrd medicines ap IVIev 51.19 1.50 silk sockj nt Honey nnd Tar Cocnpound and Foley 38c COc silk socks at ldney Pills, both of which aro TENNIS OXFORDS at .'5c ilsle socks 1c nnd shoes. Rubber soles, canvn.s tip- medicines cnreiullv compounded ot In11c pers, 15c llslo soclci at 39c gredients wboeo medicinal quaUU 75c qualty at 8c 10c lisle socks at aro recognized by the medical prolr 4c 5c llslo socks at Blon Itself ns tho best known remeLADIES" VESTS now dial agonts tor th0 tTlicascs they aro and 15c ladlca vesta Intended to counteract. For over three decades Foley's Homey anil Tar LAWN8 SUIT CASES per yard now 7V4 Comiiound mas been a standard reme-- J 15 and 17 55.43 -' 17.50 suit casoj at yd bleached cotton, now ..9c dy for coughs and affections of tho 54.98 12 2c $0.50 suit cases at throat, chest, coughs, colds and af 53.78 (5 suit cases at $2.08 AMERICAN AND SIMPSON BRAND fections of the throat, chest and lungM suit case at for children and lor crown persons, CALICOES 84c fl.L'5 and $1.50 suit cases at 1 Me and 5 per yard vni It retains to day Its proomtnenre Cost Hind Foley Kidney Pills nro enua ly AI10UT THAT! WHAT Trunks of All Kinds at nbovo all other prenaratloiru If 1 effective and meritorious DRESS GINGHAMSI 8 11' M'c and 15c, now UMBRELLAS From 39c to $1.98 McKINNEY ALL. KINDS OF 1'ARASOLS EMBROIDERItt) Tho Ladlfttt of th.. Mnronbens of 50o ipinllty i'5c, 28c quality nt 12 Rose Hive No. 10. of MoKlnnpy wjll 15c quality at 10c PRICES YOU WO'" O NOT DREAM (utertnin sstuniar, juiv ?: in i no LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR OF janl of Dr. T. II. Stakietuu; hours 79c hat sold for 51.50, now.-- to 1i You eordlull., Invll Irom to he pre I 1 PANTS. i Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When V ' $4-8- your physician lm pre scribed n medicine (or you to talc, tho next Important step I to have that piescriptlon placed In the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will bo compounded exactly as directed. We have, gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding nnd feel that, In nil justice to your own Rood health, you should bring your next prescription hcie. Here, too, you will find n, complete and display of toilet articles, rubber loapj, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating wo cny ami recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. t.m $- $2-4- ko1i n ..., 51-9- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. PSC "- - Stanford, Kentucky fe 11-9- f We Want ,'' Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRfcSSED POULTRY, Er.QS, ICE, COAL, WOOL, HIDE8, FURS. 6ALT, LIME, GIN8ENO, FEATHERS ETC. DON'T bE TOO atNtHOUS with tho cement, llmo, etc, y u get from us. Remember tint all o .r build lug nitturinls are much stronger tban tho ordinary und you can fieroiore l-- - Ze H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PIIONE153. Spring Suitings r 'e ." r t i ' gam RobmSOO, SI' nford, K - Stanford, Ky. Jly now spring nnd Biirimtr sample jow rwidy for your Inspection. They comprint the boat on the market n th world In Tne Ik"-- n -' J cnu It ha " ult nyoue an tu prle who liaii th Ui r loB W teii lu BMlllou to J i A milt ,.0,r '. klii'it tf cau- til clotiit mad0 t oftiH- -r II ll tutu Ihvuud4i t I..ck prtrfftiuble iiiMUHtio I ,l, . crtrtlaf rf.'i w h i'rillHK Wt k '(MI14 ' than tt. 'iu t i.nq ia .u wh t (' I. dip tt U fttlil in We IP lii Of frvt i. ilr to rusd'- elolhek. Tu tiae tin m1" IT. ' .tTiv It'l' i! IIO Imi 'll I, fi t 'H ' i ' r t' ' M'.l l! II IK ),.U ... Ull n tv d'tr mine U an ri dy mail" '' ' eftrrT iin n il ' i' r ruidi urn1 T.e' t''' ln nil I'oi lu and ii li '! r l r rr e ' b , t -it fr ? r meiisr' mp or r'TWr 8" "1 Kt. H C RUP' EY, Tho Practical Tellor can eayc you money tinn It i -i (t. ' too less than ordinary iiiantMe. If you llko we'll tell you Just how to mix thorn to get tho iiet resit. ts nt lie least "'. Come in and ask us. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING l i t I ' ' ' - ' . I I tl' do-H- i , Xi iif .ii-l- . irrj i' f- m c PUILLIPfi BROS., i n--- ' DANVILLE FAIR, Au AUG. 3rd-$2- 00 ATTEND THE GREAT 1 ZL Xr BIG ROADSTER RINGS EACH & g V &aJ$ tJP Is DAY! King. '?oadster AUG. 4tll$20? Saddle AUG. 3rd duiKe Luifille AUG. 2, 3, 4 Are Ail Lincoln,' Countv Davs ! Attractions of Every Description Will be on The Grounds. For Further Information and Catalogues, Write Walm hi A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS ALL. L M. .. DUNN, Secretary. m llev Chan. It. I PERSONAL and SOCIAL I CMiaroasiHan Hanray Halai with hli rousln, Mr J. tliti weak-enC. HrlcMI In ft el by rovwty. Clarenr,, Tale awiured over to I liitjtnn Wailiwadav with Judge K p to malie n naddrss befora the fttal d Uativilli Advoeate. Mr FhIIx Taldwill. of Han Antonfamily Urn euat of th i io, tail of Mr J Haechar Adams o Mnln utrwt. DanvllH Adwata. Thompson and. aon. Jdaatar I' I. Wm. gptfnk aa IlHmnn. wer vista near Dawson a Mill. Miss Klla May Itlmtv wa,- a xtieit of her friend, thermometer ( A.irlll has registtred tin to WIhm desraea low or limn at North Michigan points Mr. MHt Mm. John 8. Well and M flhililraH Kit Hi snvllle. North Cnrolltiu, tiniKirrow ovenlng to aaond dnya. Diiriim thf not waat Itir AwntolHlKin eral t, tha TV'. - M c, " n r. Mis Dorms anil Jixophln, Wilson of Wllllainatnira:. are lKltlim MIm .len Mill nie Smith at White Mr I M Hiirki of Wayne county, who hns sold III fur in there In vIsltlltK Mr. til,, friend. .Mr (leorgo W IJ. Intends to locnto In Lincoln. Mm. Sidney Dunbar linn liccn iiille III nt her honit nenr llubbe ! Mm Annie Horning, of MMns her friend. Mrs. V. K Dlihnn near Lynnwond Horn to tlio lfe of A. W I'eake, of son Kdwnrd. TurnervUlc. n Mr. nml MrK. C V llnnfon hav,, na their gucMs. Mrs. I. 0. IVirton and daughter, of Ilolton, Vn. Horn, to the wile of K. L Mnrtln, n Mhm Iwta Hnl. Ker v I v- - Meitira. llnrrv Neal nml Algar Iluntonvllie tiaie been the guests f Mr. Spalding Hill. Mr lohn Chestnut of the Chestnut of the Chestnut Snller Hardware Co.. ol Danvllo hert Hnturdny for n short while en route to Uuidou nn! , Crab Orchard lor : few dav-- rent. Mm. V. h Shank nml MIm Anna Dnla Mrltolittrtfi am the gvcts of Mrs. Shanks' parent Mr and Mrs. T Mm Shank C. Haldwln In Ilirhmonil nnd Mis,, Mellobcrts will alo visit In Lexington before returning home Mr. anil Jim Henry HU-have returned to their home In ltlrhnion-after hnliii; upenl a tew dnv here with Mr nnd .Mrs. T A Itlce anil Mr. nml Mr J S Hire. Ml Marie Mahony of Al enavllle, nrrlrd Saturday nlcht for a Hhort lnlt with her Krandmother Mrn Mary Wed-cllo- r.lre .levcn-poiin- mm. n t.A. I? Mlse Annie Lcwin and Katherin' tSentry of h'rankfort. nro the tjiie-of friemU and relatives In thin city MeBr. John McHobcrtn. Holbert lUntln nnd Uiill" rinder of Ijtnrnnler attended Mr J H Shnnkn' party exenltiR. MIhh Amelia Yerken oi Wanhlnplon City la the attractive p.mt of r Iteld ami family nt their homo on Hid llutonlll rond Mr. William Hoblimon, ol HarroiN-burK- . a hhort while In Stanford ient Saturday n route to Crab Orehnrd. Ilenjamln lllnnrord ol Lebanon, Mth. Junction Ih thu Riiest ol Mr Itklanl Krl-da- I'cnny. I'or-okl- u Hamplon. Mrs. J. II. WootU and niinll dnugii ter of Taint Lick hae been the Ket ot rolathea here. i J 1 d rvii II f VII !l . i 1L iiA LHHM m .... Jl J. e. Oibarnu ,of KatNcvMa, Mr. and Mrs. vi illlani Moaar, ot ehnrch are th ba beii th I rfneat of Mlaa Bar MvCorma? StinT Ipravd pmenia on m crown rhllilrcn Ur. Hi. k.ViTn. nf fflcbara' Tie Natl D. TV'arran severs days. Mra V W. rtmwa and tm LowlU Ihev :ir.' un db.il.. noeaoa ora ot r Mill ktpriMga rtnrtftr to tr i mvMl itHMt of I. ti. .Ti.-v-. a4 ahor'ei aaui' i tlir are tjanerally (lv-tHWiT LOCAL NISWS v jwrnnta Mr. anH Mrs. he it. Mhnt.. hi iipeHdlfMt bar itburi Thf innwi 'f tho Hto crildren n fnw tint at (Tab Orchard SptUp. J. I. K4n, at fMIe-- ' with three latter, each, of taanrlllw, ClT-Mimt Carrie Aiwlnbj of Harroda- TAMiS MIm Mnmtiertle tsar ciRlu nre new I ml to H I la the attnirtlve miert of Ml" Km? barf Ihm ilumg Mr: SMn. Cit taxa ale now due. ; 'Ifas eal t.ed "iiUra nacie oi tmrson. while B. U l .i.t r, ' .i (trim MM sattle at one. IianBlimstt. (.b) lorty loiters aieil tlie.r i.tt VIpm Jennie, Mamin and Htmn j .r v. MiiTry lltggtne, of Cirtcn Tax totioctnr. uimi cpui (:. I bo ulust child Ira rt Hprlnxa N. T., arrlvod ftainrday nl(tlil ar KiieiU Cnffoj. of Hoy Mr. a pron.taltiK vonng 'farmer WaK Slogtatoti to n,. with hi father W. H 1 burl n has be'm his tiatu it. It of th lr Hnt Mr. Jt X'IihI Miiatdftcviiie; Coe Moaor a ills who h gtlll qultn III,- - but i boldlnn aehool at Ih Mt. Xofliti , c Oct llTUS patellar An liit anil a half ponnd Iwy ha tor the I.. 6. N., stNtloned nt on lmaIIM plto. arrlvanl al the bmo of Mi. and Mra. im o'vn, It la liovm). ynune pliy Ully. Ky., Oa, a .1 S lluwlley of Dnvle. I'fcrltr 8eoll. s.cipn ot NMbiiilu Teuu., Oua Motor, 'W have opened a pre alnx and MaNirr Kri lrBHB of Lonlavlllejerril day how with frlt'iid. aa1 reir.-4- a ... I.. Mnrcuni, a Kliap for ladle and mens' elotne, iioiv . uit wiie ci Ilia . imaln ardiaj; nml ut.. tM laitli ailM-r.o.raimtr living on Knob Ne I Niwliinil. lir A. ?. I'liee is still at b!a home WorM thitie prwnptlv n)d remlv viien f reek, and (Settrudr VMIklnaon or thlHin D,ny, P,w and nnbl to a;et prwmlreii. (live as your work p'.ejao. yoapaat daffbter, Ml Ka Moaer, their Ml who I n popular 'tl-'- t M. J Mrltoherta r aieat Mlaa da Wesley it(i hi, office. city nnd ymiRs; lady, tHi realdea with her ptr It will be waicoaj, newii to M of Mbtty are aiMindlnf a iw i hav SKfiiey for diu rnta with Mlnae, WIIMa and Heaala Wllfn- - rneitds that Mr. W. II. Hinina t lHuht n In lancaster. n.ura letter. Laiiiulr) Dnnvilla In Stanro'd mm! Kigtt l'i nur lniflfM season when i Mlaa Kthol I1M-- , iJtneaMer mis Hsi,. Itllfe of Hie tnuvllle, will gtlll hnve my ofrko at O. p. irii have the leati llmo to para you of ataaforil is Tlaltlw Mrs. It If m ituaet of Ml Mamlu StaffX at her tnnn s butcher shop. All 'onnur pa ure mo;t like!,, to taxe dlnrrhoen nnd Hilton. Mlsa huwe an Danrtl o nve. liatann and Miss Irs0 unltus 'on of Mr. j. Cotr(.v of liallle Krnwn la l StMiiord lor a .ir.uim, iMy saiimleriKrankfort, and trnni Inuudry Mllburn willI tuensebe lone Iuivh feitril .itvlna (i.'etk Cholera nnd Chamber oil". 'mi,, Mitit to Or. and Mra Amw Hrown. were iuet their Rla, for mo, or will Idnrrhoea Remedy at bund mid tike Vr. J B. Cir)n of I'nno.i Cllv. t Crab Orchard Sprlnits Hnmlnv. to call for it. E. L. Uelnhart. 5J- a dose on the first ixiipeamnco ot the nv A- A iKtfm Pkla . it the iruect of lr. J. II. OwUy Saturday for. dlsenae. For sale by all tlcndcrs. MtinfordBVllle where he will proarli b aid faintly. W. S. Flh represents only fe nBt Mre W. 0. Wither has been thoforo rimnf( to Ills home In (Ha-- NOTICE! i. ij,ow. anient of her brother uev. .na and strongest Insurance companies. July 21st Is tlie last, day for filing Tho popular Mrs. May of Oueii3born Let him keep yuu proteste'l. I'onrll nnd family ol nanvine. 34 tf county road claims. No county claim Mlwea Lilly SliiRer nnd HssnIp Lonn who Inn been Miss Saunders, head linv,. Tettirned to Taint I.IcK auor a trimmer thl8 season, la spending her will bo allowed etrcpt at tho nboio Catarrh Cannot Be Cured vacatluu at home. Mr. May wi I reshort visit with Miss Kinniii Iiib. coutt. G. li. Cooper, C. L. C. C, 61-llwy ninnol rrl lth AlTLICATIOSs Mr. Sufnn U. YenRer nnd Mlas Nan- turn hern in thn fall. or ruiiptl- the KAt ot the Catrrli H cy YenRcr spent one day In Danville Dr. W. Harry HlRglnB arrived from luuuul uiwaJM-- . and In ordf-- tu rurp ItbloiMt mwl t&fce )ou Dr. Wllllnm Ilalley ,one of th0 best tt Uien m- Ckurrb Nuw York Saturday nlRht for a cei-er- tntrniU remnlkn. lUII'a upon thp last week. bmd And known physlclnns In the state, died frrllr ftn.1 acu Mr. S. I). Hartley li In touisvllle and days' visit to dig parents nt their lunirr. hah dlrrctlr liirp not a quara n.urbw In mrdlLouisville aged 78 rears. ctn. It waa prprrlbnl bjr on o( the bfat lirlrlati Lebanon for several dny. home on lCnet Main In ihb rountrjr (or ypara and la a rwUar itrrMriptum. romnow-Mr. W. II. l'enny. Miasew Mary Mr. O. M. Henrv nrrhed Saturday II la toe of the bntt tontra known mmMrro but blood pririnrrv artnr dirwt'r on tti Cooper and Corner l'enny have re- nlpht from Chicago to Join his wife, witn aiirtarir. The combination of tlie mucoui turned to their homo In Danville, after who, together with Mrs. Kads or Ar two Irurrrdlenu ta whal proilurra rurh wondrrhil tf catarrh. rVnd for The growth of this xona, is visltlnR L. E. Owsley nnd ulu In rurtaf 1. flir.NKV A CO- -trttlraonula. frre. u short visit with Mrs. Mary l'enny. F. ITopa.. Toledo, a Mrs. WUIryn family. Danville Advocate: Sold br DruW price 7V bank is the best eviTale Hail t tamur "Ilia for constipation. Warren and dauRbler Mil Letitla Dr. W. L. Carman, of Paint Lick Warren nre the Kuesta of Mr and wns the guest oi Mr. .). II Klunnlrd dence that its policy HAIL For L50 per acre I will in Mrs. Luclen llcckenr in Wlnrccnter last week. nre the and methods are in ac Mr and Mra. Jnmea Mencfee Miss Stella Itupley will leave Wed- sure your tbacco against loss or r,uclH of relatives in Stanford. nesday to Uslt her slater In Lebnnon damage by hail. You should have It. cord with present day V S Willi son. I'.un and MY. Prank l'hillpH came down from Lon R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 Willi, have returned to llutoiillle, don to spend Sunday with th- - home-fo'kneeds. aftiT n islt to MeaNrs and Mesdntne' Sprains rccnilre enremi treatment The Farmer, MerC ami (5. L. Willi, nt Slieltiyllle Ml Mhij- Hlrd Chens or MuIiIIhs-borViirII Lee was In the city lins been the Rtiest ol .1 L. Iteiiz Keep quiet nnd apply Chamberlain's chant or Trader seeki.inimeni ireeiy. it win remove r.e Iroiu Marian. He alalo, that ley nnd rami y ror seiera: oa.xs. part ho will have Ills drtiK i'tor opened ing connections, . will Mr'. W T. DaxlH. ot I'lnevllle re- sorenejj, nnd quickly restore tho by nl to a hralthy condition. For sale and rondy tor IiiihIiioxk next week. Mr.s turned Sunday to her home artur i find this bank as libLe', who has been himmhIIiik the suui- - tlort lslt with her brothers W L nnd dealers. mur at Mr. Leen home, LsOraiiRC will J. M. McCarty. eral in its dealings as is A. W. Peek, trustee or the Turners-Mil- e visit IiouictnlkM at Stanford befrre .Mr. Oporgp P. JlrlRht, Mrs. Sus.tn public school sas that work wl I lur llai Ian. Muldlesboro Yeasor nnd Miss Nancy YenRer spent consistent with sound Mr. Leo Married the popular Sunday nt Crab Orchard Sprlncs. besln on the new school biillilliiR at banking. Mr. Reynolds, of Waynesburt: MIm Mary I'ennlnKton, of this rlty. Mr. Samuel Lioyd Huey ot Corinth, onee Mrs Jonph Johnson nnd Ml eh Ky, was here with his many rrlcnds will conduct the school. We are at all times McOrew, of llttsbiirR, I'a., are the Inst week It will be ro membered prepared to discuss Frank M.Filn of near Turnersvllle Riiest of Mrs. Susan H. Yeaser nml that Mr. Huey waj lorinerly u resident was severe y stung In the race, Mlfa Nancy YeaRer ut their home on ot Stanford yourrequirementswith linens tor street. Mrs. Johnson and Mr and Mrs. Hodman Keenon ot while taking honey. From tho look you and invite consulot an Injured eyc It must hnvu been Miss Mcllrcw will accompany Mrs. Hnrrodsburfi ale Ruest or Dr. T. W. tation. nrn and lather Mr. ( leery e 1. I'ennlnRton and Mrs. Pennington at a tough Bcrnp tho bee8 put up. llrtRht and Miss Yeaper to Crab Or- their home on Kast Mam street. they Never lave home on n long Journev Tuesday where chard SprlnK Invitations hav,. been Issued by Dr. Mill remain until fall. nnd Mrs. W H. O'Hnnnon to the wed- without n bottle of Chamberlains ColMr and Mrs S. I. Shirk, of LexinR-Lin- . ding of their daughter Itoberta to ic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy. It arrived this week on a lslt to Mr. Emanuel Jay Honenstlue, ,lr. The Is almost certain to bo needed and tint liunlly of Mrs Stilus's ulster, Mrs. weilillnR wi ho wt tile 'Ollannon cannot bo obtained when on board r B,"I8""'S- Hininu Warren, In tho Carlton bulld-lli- homo on Lancaster 'street on Wednes-- ij? I d?J? - MiildlcHlioro Itecurd i,iis rauiiu in .in..ivn'ii Mitt. M.iry Olious the charmlnf; Cour .Mrs txiulsvllle Corner Next to Ccurt-lcus- e daiiRhter ot Dr .1 (ihen of i'ltls-tnir- OiiiWidl Soufley t Thur.Mlav night Ky Im tht. Riiest thla week ol lur frr Washington and Iioston for a visit 'uiihIiih Misses Mary llird ami Sal to to rrlendn, Mrter Stanford, Ky. which Livens In tho West i:nd Doctor Mor-I- I to Provlncetown. Mass.,she will ro where she liliens, son of tho ilix'tor, I'l also wiP join her husband Ensign Saulley here nIhIiiiir tho (liven tamlly- Kind'!! nnd .Mrs. Saufley Vi remain ltecord. In Pni Incetow n for several weeks, af-ter which they will go to Old Point Comlort, where Ensign Saufley will Hrf-il- l to stationed ror the summer and rail. t'lalHut In wna Wrp I'owaJI of IHuv.'Mt.! J. 1 JU. W. R GIVEN8, President vliitlcf - lii. llnranlBe Mr eaiu., fr lur I Krnnk T. Leu a farner Lick Pike r.ng marrVed Wi ittea Caik Khtene- - dNHKhter of tip lutr iu riornee, of a H. Wnlhcr. nk i W. S. Drye & Go. UNDERTAKBflS and HustsnviUc, . . nj.vnr,r, n. ( EMBALM CBS My, j Ir, Teiephane In 8l-- OfUe i, , 1 t nif.s la 3 a give (:iiainl'erliin,i Cn'ir Choi dragrefc- - laco curwlns. era tnd Dlnrrhiam Reine-l- nnd rruitor oil, and a speedy ctire !s certain. For wile by all dealer in for summar dlrirrrr.a wny rtuviren Mrvtei'.ed uhvt r r ,n-4- "s . Vf. A i t . apt wh Stomach tabe ta to promptly pt anv dlatrcaspil or upset atomach In fiilen-dlslinpo nnd banish Indigo Hon l.nrue box So ctnta. GOOD L. Penny Rimrntileas Ml-on- a 17. Z4 4 ly. , to Bm-ort- Il-i- e i - Judge noyle O. Stono an dMr. ani Mrs. Oeorir P. Crow itnu ami. if Lib erty, liavf gone la Joplln, Mlsmnirl, to tnnkp their home. They hnve r.riiiinl.-ethe Liberty Mining Company at .If ;i In and have already beRtin ir mining of zinc ore on a very largo ,nd f u". Judge Stone l president of tho eriupnny and the took Is own ed principally bv capitalists of Lin coln, Jojlo, and Case,- - counties. Vv. Crow will be connected with the enterprise. Their many friends in this will regret exceedingly to clve thetn tip. je"-tion PEOPLE GO TO MISSOURI 6 M HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN. . Neb., girl wrtes, "I had been ailing ror some time with chronic constipation nnd stomach trouble I began taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tnblcts nnd In three days I wa9 ablc to be up, and got better right along. I am the proudest girl In them. COFFEY Lincoln to rind such n good medicine. Phone 196. .... tor sale by all dealers. A Lincoln PUINTERS "Moll; and I agrte ttnt counter-- i felt money and substitute gooiU come riom the same patents. Thu coin and the goods may very closely rojcmble the genuine, but behind them is neither honor or nonesty. You will find no substitutes, only tho genuine or standard quality at Coffey t I & Coleman's. Now is the time for that Ice Cream Freezer and Water Cooler. We have & COLEMAN, TJETSY'S Prompt Delivery. 1 . - Divided Skirts We Do Not Handle But . He-ion- ! .Mill-til- ). n -- ..' We Do Handle Lincoln County A Big Line of 1 National Bank Pants for Men! uai SEVEN Light Weights for these hot summer o T-j- $$ H iSJS HiOfe: VLfBlg J " 1 'r- - aW .' A Welcome Change Smoke curling up from the farmhouse chimney as the men are coming in from the fields, gives a pretty suggestion of a good supper and a comfortable home. But it also means a hot, tired woman, working hard over a blazing fire. Your wife can escape this with a New Perfection Oil Cook-slove. 1 A New Perfection keep a kitchen many decree cooler than any other range, yet it does all a coal or wood range can do. It aves time, labor and fuel. No wood to cul ; no coal lo cany ; no aihes j no woL With the New Perfection oven it is die best cooking device you can find anywhere. MJ wuh I. 2 J 3 burnefi, with loag, IUdJ- lorquaiM Uuj cMvulctJ tiuinnryi. OMtly tsUalatJ lftfthUUUl, 'Ibt 2 01 3 laWMT C4 Caataltvad j'i" !; it- received by Mrs. Shnnlt nml 'hosteOH Misses Annlo Lewis nnd bivtherliio Uentry wcro nlso In tho re. 'oiling party. Mrs. Shank i was iiirmlng In n gown or hnnd painted wi e have returned hom0 niter a Mencant visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs T J Tupmnn. of the We. t End. MrK J O Carpenter, of tie West "i' Is ImproiliiR nfter n rather reri- o i Illness. Her baby has been ailing cr several days. Alfred, the prninlhlng young son or 'Mr nml Miv Ceorge Tucker, or the liuBtoiivll ,. section, has been down with imilurlnl fever for several days. W C Crcenlng, n former West End- er who has made fame and fortune n the banking business, was here lr omLexIngtnn on Saturday looking "iir some business Intern ta. Mr Uteonlng recently bought an Interest In n bank in Houston, Ttoxn8 nnd will ko there soon to look after it. Mrs. John Shanks' party on Friday evening for Misses Lenn Mctiure or somerset Mary Moore Raney nnd inry biiepnerd Cook wns a most delightful nl fresco ntfnlr. The lawn waa beautifully lighted and a I of the nrranremenr were in perfect nnrmony tor tho oetNislon. The guests arrived between eight nnd nine o'clock nml I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wolfe, or l, YEARS OF i MISERY WE MAKE Relieved by Lydia n.'Pink-ham'Vegetable Compound. s 7 days, in full peg, medium and straight! If .you are hard to fit, We can suit Vou varying in prices from ; ' All Buffered everything- Hlkeston.Mo. - "J'or seven years I iriiith.aiid so woak liottld hardly wilk. LOANS On approved security We have a large assortment to select : I from, U J' I was In led tor tour or live days at a tlmo every 1 cramiH-'- nnAmttntl l.ickncho and and was so ncrvo'is end .ea't that I dreaded to sco anyone or have anyone move In tho room. Tho doiton gave mo medicino to easo mo nt those times, and said that 1 oucht to have an ani hail l.ad-aih- e, whenever warrant conditions it"KPrefer-ence- , $1.00 to $8.00 . t Wmiiiim I of course, being given to our regular depositors' Cummins & Wearen, '..' over pink satin; the other mom- ! of the reeeliiiiK party wore most ""reprlatel) Ures.e.1 In white. Dur- - tie hy, . .1 vltftlil ll U IWi ttUaxJ wwh Wkth tlp T WstiWUl ve en the sered n I Miuiiiiir sever ii selections evening Yin liH'.'u blKV Mr doorjee Meuefeo i.ir Hi w ulch warn conn'. I'ltmul ' ft nullenjoved Kerreahanauu iwiu a V-- ' i to lh "- - t n fs,, lawn -It ' - and when a friend of my husband told him about Lydia F lliKham's Yepo-tabl- o Compound and w.i.u it had dono for hla wife, I w;.o willing t" take it. Mow I look tho rKiurc of health and feel lllro It, too. I c.ii i'n tr; own housework, boo my nirdi-n- uul itilik a cow. I can entertain cotrjviny and enjoy them. I can visit i.lien 1 cliooso, and walk na far na ai n'h ry woman, nv ky In tl't) ni" ti . 1 wish I could t.ilkto)veryei:M. r'niwei. ,'n indglrl." -- Mia. 1)lm tM:v lUin. JIo. T. , 1 tml Ifafitii t. ll.f Stanford, Kentucky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY State Bank Trust (o. & .. "I u i 'V. 1. forms ot K. ill till STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account CAPITAL $50,000. , link. '' ' ' m.i v Jalhca. si P I Paxil-- j ll.t)Lai rlV.hf U I C of Wfit for t4ttCftas - St'e I'lit'i n. 'i M..nd n.-ii- t -. -- V ., b(l- Stalled ' tVIJf i4lb. tie ITtll t7pern Jl Ittv'U I1 iiiiiii.it ti'ti. i' ii trimou u n - u icjcsbf'tllr It h.u --o haa menu, li. Oil Company orald ili'itit't- .it i. r.Ts 'rz.-.rrr- hs: SURPLUS $25,000 Op- . t TO-DAY - Whub 1 aj v LL WAIT FOB Tf E G8EAT v. -- j w LANCASTER FAIR JULY 26, 27, and 28. T 1 I at ceuer stocK snow Than B22 er rremiums Ana Ever Before $3,000 in Cash For The Winners a Tfc ii C I tl rr-- i is Lincoln County's Fair As Well Garrard's and All Your Friends Will Be There. THE FAKAIKKS Joe Wlllams, or McKtnney, bought ICO acres of nice land In the Panhandle secton ot Texas. He will return to Texas In time to seed his land, and will mako hi shome there. 1. P. Bal'ard bought tf.3 high grade from Itockcastle parties ttock at about f 4. M. F. Jorn8on the auctioneer conducted two sales in the south end last week. Ilice Benge, of Holdam'g Mill will move to Ohio and Charles Thompson wll locate In the Hoosler State, tlotli sales were wel' attended and food prices wer0 obtained for most cvprjthing. R. C Arnold bought 3 calvej at 2( one at $12.50 ami sold tuo yearling Mccra nt $32.50. He alfo sold a bow nud nlno hsoats to George Shelby for FARM.FOR SALE HUSTONVILLE JUNCTION CITY For Attractive Yisitor One of the most refined and pleasMisg Elizabeth Adams, of Jit. Ver- - MISS LILLIE EADS DELIGHTFUL- very III. ant social gatherings seen In the viMr Plin3 Halloway of Stanford LY EN1 ERTAINS IN THE WEST We will sel at public auction in cinity of Uustonvillo "was the picnic lion is the gutsn of Miss Lavinla -t and Mr George McKlnney of thl place left Wednesday for Somerset to END. iront of the court house. In Stanford, under the ausplces of the Presbyterian Mr Kierett Owens, of Karllni;tnn Is vlsl relatives. Ky. on the second Monday In Septem church at the home ot Mr. Will Now-- ! Kev II M. On last fa- ber at 2 o'clock P. M., the farm known ell last week. Immediate y on nrrivalj laklns his inotner, Mrs. Elizabeth lie Harts Thursday evening Mln Lll. county',, oldest Burke, onP of Lincoln dellglitrull. entertained at Klders hns been qulto All4 ,:, ' four and a half miles from Stanford the guests were met by oin. of the ill at his home on Main street but af-tr. itl'l- Miss Susie Roberts and Miss Donna her beautiful country home In the . West Knd In honor of her attractive .. three month', struggle ho l able en the HustonvHle pike. committee and were seated on rustic; ,,.. . ti vrit. o iMiutiuu; t vri to 111 This farm contain) one hundred and (tenches when an elegant supper was vi 'it to .miss susie uatron In Crab isuest Miss Su n Knil, of Montlcelln he i;et out again Before he V. IS.", pounds nnd now onlv Tho lawn wa, lighted with Japanese Orchard. of which Is In served llftv. acres, one hundred 140. He Is old nnd feeble nnd is Delicious Ici5i nnd cakes .Mr. "Tnc" Kellev was so untortunate lanterns. Alter Bupper an Internal of social as line state ot cultivation. Over one famp upon n rusty nail, stick were served. The hostess wn nshit. always glad to have callers. i?Hthpr with nninvM UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER thousand dollars worth of locust iort ir.feiroiir no In hi, foot II,. manage to eu oy ner sister .Mlaies Sadie Le,. and ot Are works In which '""' KENTUCKY FAIR DATES iuia iiie occasion was enJoV can bo cut from this place, also a lot an exhibition ,ro,ind n'V ''J' limping. "vTANfORD, KY all tank part ' by all ot walnut umber. .' Mr. O. A. Dunn, receivedkeeper for Those prefnt were Mtsso Sula The following r- -r tuo dates" tlxul Gfftc l'hnn M7 Houi "'non All together the evening was one of le Maccabees, Ha. record a check Ik. A splendid stock pond fed by a nevi for holding the Kfnturky Fait for r.iie.-v.iinmi nr.if,jr Ir, payment of life In Kads, Kthel Kills. Anna ll.irk..r. Km. er ruling spring. cut thoroughly enjojed thenuelvesand surance held In that order the the late lanson. Llla Hanson, Sadie Itaiuflman l!ll as Inr as reported. Ottlrers ot by Bessl,, Baiighman, Kate Kadf. Itoberts talrs are eeqnested to ewirt to ui About sixty acres of this farm Is es much credit for tho success and pleas- C K. leets. auy otnUfelong or orrectlons ure of Hie evening Is due to efforts ot pecially adapted to the raising of hemp Dr J. It Steele hnH bought of Mr Fads, Nannie CeM)pcr Annie Ftyrt Geuigetnwn. July 2.. 3 ditv. of dales .. Hettle 1'lo.vd. FlUnbeth "mine host", Mr .Vev.ell and bisters. Kr.inz, a black runabout. .StenliiMimin For Hale Fine Duroc shoata s'.''- - and tobacco. Julv L'fi l days. Bertha Mi.-Julia Gann. laincnster,August L' .1 days. llnvinia .McGraw gavo a yard Nora Mr. Jesse T. Anderson and Miss Jecjt to register. I L. Phillips, It. D. New, five room house. Just com uaiivnie, Ulan-hUNDERTAKERS AND EM. Barnette. o. 1, Box 401. pleted. One mile from church and Susie Anderson, of Boyle county, were party Saturday ntternoon In honor of t'eth Penvyhouse Klla Barnette. Kllia Versailles, August Ada Dunn Prultt An Lexington, August 7 r. days. Lthool. One large tobacco barn, built guests la. L week of Mr and Mrs. Geo. her guest. Miss Kllznbeth Adams, ot nle Dunn. davs. BALMERS. DEAL-CALSO Messrs Hugh Sandldge Ktissill Spring. Ail?. S 4 dayt. Mt. Vernon Pnlntv refreshments FARM FOR 3ALEI last fall, also good stock bam. Ten A. Kubanks. IN FURNITURE, Public scliol opened ast week at were served and the hrnrs ot the par James llniwon. Carltsle Myers, .Mack I'niontowii, August 8 ft days, acres ot young orchard. MAT. I'tavynoutc, Chrlei Wewborn Inim fnvlorsvllle, tho Ulch-urd- ty, Ironi two to four, ''Ills lb a splendid home and must the North School House, ntat the Smith ly for those present. sped too swift Gann, iohn Hicks, linger I licks. Geo Harrodsburg, August 84 days. We will ell p'lvate'" a et TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL August 54 davs. School house and about 13.0 acres in I mco n county, be Keen to be appreciated. If no cute Srhol House, nil on route one from Mc trt Bernard Schmidt and Jeae Barnette. James "all. Hudson Bohon Vanceburg, August U -- 4 days, f EXCHANGE Ky, mile irrun Crab Or"h-nr- is made this larm will b,. rented ""'.., P'-gave h ,u)P "' Maccnbeo Hall lames Stephenson .Mr. Stephenson, h'lrnu'-thtowiiFURNITURE 4 day. August W" and all had - full attendance Minor nicely located, mostly bottom tLe same .lute, to the hignest bidder Friday evenlnr, rop-- imptitary tn I'lwood Wcatherford, Syiester New- Uiwrenceburs, tigust 15 t days. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. ill- - vnar ol 1H12. "I'enms. A. 1). BOOT, i"1 ton. Kntninn-- i McClure, Mndls;n San Leitciifleld. August 15- - 4 davs. L"verv acre inr land, very productive. Mr. D. S. Carpenter who has been their friends ol both sexes liUng In diuge, 4H libit), an abundance or. stock wuter Kdirnr GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE August 154 days. ciiite 1 for some week). Is gradually New Aiifctrla, the Geimnn settlement die. John Back, Joe Will Bout, l'"nr- - llurksvllle, August IC- -S days. Brodhead, and' especially adapted to corn and improving and Is nble to drive out settlement near this place RIGHT. grass. Good tenant house of three Miss Katherlne Wells and Master son r.auB, waiter .McKlnney, Vernon Fern Creek, August IC I davs. daily. Hiiepherdsvllle, August 221 day, Terms reasonable A Fine Blue Grass rooina on farm. I Benedict Lanhnm nre nt Crab Orlie- - i.ear, nenry Baiighman. ; STANFORD. KENTUCKY. mips biui iinne oi canvuie, is Apply at once to. Loudon. August 224 days cI rami j dale!l ,no ost ot tne Misses Logan this nrd Springs. T Burke is autlering Hrlanger, August 234 days .Mr. Fielding MILLEDGEVILLE t R. II. Dronaugli, jgent. , week at tho Hotel Weatherforu. Liberty. August J1 :i days. fLY NtlJS soverclv with rheumatism . Alius Lizzie Green, of Perryvlllo ii It Mr. Dallas Utile, ot Liberty, Is vis reitorted that there will be a Germantnvvn, AtigiiBt 24 -- a days. SuH 5riDfc5 Situated on tho Stanford nnd Otten-hel- I he gu'tst or Mrs. Arch McKlnney on iting Dr. wedding In oud town In tho near fu- Some) set, Atigtf t 21 t days, and Mrs. W. W. Phillips. Public Sale miles from Stanford; Mala Street. pike a lliirulnslmrg. August 2j :i days. Mr. K. J. Tanner, of McKlnney. mo- ture suess who. containing VIS acres; S5 acrea In l)llle Mr. itandolph Blnin and lltt e daugh tored here Tuesday and visited his It wu a mlsake about Tho. MorKan Nlcholasvlllo, August 2! 3 day-- . xrass; new. of six rooms, bard hiving bruin fever. It was his child Bardstown, August 304 days. On account of my going away, I wood finish, house house, ben bouse. ter, Susaiiiiu, arc guestg this week, of lrl"nlB In this citv. smoke Franklin, August 313 days. will sell at public auction on JULY cellar, clstetn, at door, one hundred Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wheeler at the Mr. and Mr). Jess.. Itlffe, of Hus-- and It Is much better. Pari. September - fi Kmporium Hats. 22, at 1:50 P, M., one pony, buggy Mjerg Is constructing a Montlccllo, Soptember rta)s'. davs. tonlle, were recent guests of Mr. 4 bearing Irult trece In one mile of Unnice residence on Danville street at Alexandria, September 5 .r dnys. and Mrs. T. F. Ronton and harness, cow and call, sow and ion church 5 ilgi. about 200 chickens, colt, corn, ot school. and in tbreeIs hundred yards The mystery has been solved and HustonvHle for Mr Jamot Yowell C 4 day's. Mount Olivet, Sept. on Creomcrj The place AbVERTISING A GUARANTEE Sir. Sam Newell Is now putting up Hodgenvlle, Seplcmbcr al6o corn field Just laid by. House route the oil welt at Junction City Is no dais. ' and hns a teltpnone in residency his inairtnw. hold and kitchen furniture It Is considered one or Sunders September Terms Jills land grow i fine tobacco wneat. dnys. more. Several weeks ago great excite cash, Luke Carpenter, Hustonvi le. corn and alfalfa. wuea a uubucijs cunceni invents a uient was occasioned In the south en( the beit In this neighborhood. Kentucky Slate Fair, Louisville, Sep- Quo mile on Liberty Pik0 Morgan GCl'p nanosome Wl sell for one tblrd down balaucc "n?" "" ' money in areiau mer- - oi the county, when It was dlicovered a Mrs. ltfeincss. Is out again after temuor it days. severe l aiore anu equipment tor I to suit purchaser T Mr W It. DWion Is worse nnd Mrs i..n ..- - wri w p nuhnn stn. cbandislng, the public feels a certain tnat u well on the premises of Hon. Thos, Armstrong or conlldence that the concern John Vt Rawllngs, nt Junction Clt, continues nIso HI. off , FOR SUMMER DRIVING ford Liucon Co., Ky., Uoute I Box jlesreo Mr. Julian KtirUer of Shelbwllle. lias Koods worth examining. People v. as giving forth pure refined coal oil the comrort of both horses and driv.1 flying nrrnn thnf iinlas fliav lin1 utfilitlnhoil made or trip with his undo Mr Cured by the Marvel of the Century that tho oil S. T. Itucker. ers should be specially consldotud by a ropuUtlim for fair doaling and un- - Al "r8t u wa tUou-jli- l . B. B. B. Tested (or 30 Years. DEE LICK many poo'ilo aro uow using Miss Fnnnle Mjers of Georgetown less they had oods that they know cnuio ftoui the tank of thu Standard securing a proper outfit of lap robes, out blood poison In any Drives tilled a neL they would not dnro Oil Company, but an luvestlgatlon has been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs, John Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic blankets, fly nets and other ncrcssnrl n.age, permanently without deadly Mrs. Wallace Is very III with heart Mvers. mu,n money, soon exploded that theory. This week . .. toccury with pure botanical Ingro- - KVJttllA 4.4. Mr Itu ell Sheron, or Indianapolis Tho new toilet irermlcldo powder to lie es from our complete assortment of Sif 1171 11D1U& llr... . IKXW0V UVllt UB II M.anu t UUP - ... n ' ft..-l- ... !. !... ""-"dltaolved lu water us needed. bioata. To provp it we will send yon a i'i'- - ...en.mui, Is vlslllns Mr III ey Vat.ght horse goods. Here uro light, but Jauttv Brrvvn, of Ottawa, iot,i a uuU f subtUantlal business clinrac.' and hygienic maro liy igmning in. t ween. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE ier When a firm spend i money free- - whose ctnnd Is located ver) near tho Mrs. J K. Helm and children of For nil toiletmore economical. uses It la Urong nnd durable, single and double lietter ami People nre busy plCktng blaCKber- - iv on ttl- - neeessarr form ot salesman. dlscovetort that his roal oil wis HuHonvllle vlilted llov II. M B'lilie eating sores. If, you nave ulcers, harness, admirably suited to road purTo uleansu and whiten the ,., )e plll)1Ic that It mtiRt disappearing rapidly. mucus lies, which are plentiful this season. fM An Investiga- last Sunday. Kcltlng, humors, swelling teeth, remove tartar and poses, nlong with a lull Una of work School began lit the Flat Wonws have kochU back ot It that, linve deMr Lee H Jones f Hniire, Moi.t. patched, bone pains, offensive pimples, suhool houte on the 10 Inst with prevent decay. tion slioui-,- a leak in his tank harness of the best quality ut flat I3 .1ltni; relatves here. monstrated their worth, or tho I Inn To disinfect the mouth, deor eruptions, take H. B. B. (Botanic Uene MrWilllanis as tonchor. About threo Ralloiif were escaping Mrs It. (i Wlnslngs. or Chicago reprices. would not tinre set aptrt this uui of heal stroy dlscaso germs, and Stood Balm). All symptoms people uro threshing their wheat lnonoy for seinK tnwn through the I'nlly. Ki.rtl.er luvestlgotlon lowed turned to her home after pleasant v It-purify tho breath. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. quickly. Blood is made pure and rich, crons. and nr, getting a good yield, newspapers. with her mother Mrs. lones that the oil waas entering tho well. To keep artificial teeth anil .onipletely changing the entire body Uarnf r Price, or near Htuniora, u in A evneeru tliat rtoeg not advertise Im A now tank was roctired and the well Misses Lena and May nnd Charlie brldireivork clean, odorless condition, heal-la- g into a, clean, healthy buying bogs, llusbcll of Uustonvillo have Tho pubi.e as merely an ex remove nicotine every sore and stopping all aches, this section ,, Itlng theli grandfather Mr. been vlsl Topurify the breath from tho teeth and only again. -- , ,h nn. i Dr. Bradford Warren Is somewhat on inv h,.va water MAGOASEES worst after smoldnp. Morrl3 Hub . pains and llcbine curing the lg ono thing that this shows stl' of this plice. with tltruat trouble. tho sick list There iwen eXiBtenfe ror many venr Cw I To eradicate perspiration and body A. U. Blue, ctua or biooa . "",iSTI"AI Mrs. A J Crlder bttve been 10, Mr and nnd that Is the great danger of drinkodors by bponira Latlilui?. Miss Lula Tate has returned to her Deputy State Commander by express, II I'Ktt fow UHy8 ut nre octter ow. ft ing water from wells. Much dtieane home par Phil nfter n ploasnnt visit The best untUoptlo wui.li known. Btanotrd, Ky hL8 wl l'oJ,ur1, ivoueres aim sireutfinuns lireil, rresk, Italm', K' KnJV lW teim of year. n. dlsquallflca. is spread by drinking water polluted here. WrVnVfrTbv she In'Proved ' STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Ne'Vh has been received her of the lutlamedeyes. lleaUboruthrout.woiindH I '&JZK rAUanta.oi .DeicX Vour tka Spltler BanutorJum at Crab Ore h- - tlon. lnditlnK preference for . . ,., 11 nes, ,.hiv.. , wa - V .HQ !in wwwa. through uudergrputAd, drainage. AteeU : 4ta ; Uoadar .j. NIM of Mr Rice la Teflnessoe, He anu cms. sa anu so cw. u box. urtyK'il " """ ire ""j or by mall postpaid. Sample Free. tr4le Shugara weuwi Stanford. ttra goods. Laxngton leader. Tanner, k SoM Uy THK PAKTQNTOlliKTQO.iaoaroN.MMs, !- has relative, here. Mr. Frank Aulns lft this week for Tennessee to see bis mother who is J. C. VlcClary y , ..' .. ,,, ' ,,,. r, .. 't ii . tik lct iu . h.-i- J. L. Beazley & Co R j -- ll-id- s e 56-2- 21 u one-Jial- , p 55-t- CIirtou-Sandidgi- T 1 4l'-l- ror 1 2 4- .Mr.-Joh- -4 53 1 Blood Poison 1 Antiseptics Peroxide Instead - Liquid "'' ,,,, nl'.. " 1 It ,,2,1 r '"" " m"?DJX L aa -- .t,i,i.r old-tim- e ii.