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The Stanford interior journal: July 21, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911072101_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 21, 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. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 57. The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FHIDAY, JULY 21, 1911. EVERY I TUESDAY. AND, FRIDAY. ANOTHER CASE OF . THE "UNLOADED" GUN LITTLE WILLIAM SNOW ACCIDENTALLY SHOT nY'HIS.DROTH-I- CASEY LIVE NEWS FROM WEST END. tory of nol knowing the pistol wn londtxl cnuio lo light agnln Wednesdny afternoon when Wllllitm tou of a promSnow, the inent Casey county citizen, wn shot ami probably family wounded by liU brothor, Allen. Tli(i boys were oxamlnlng nn oio pistol which had been laid n way for mo, when Allen accidentally fouio lunched tho trigger nndtlio weapon wn discharged. Tlie ball entered thc ouiigor boy' rheek and lie fell tin-- FORTY BUSHELS OF Physicians were hastily conscious. WHEAT PER ACRE had1 summoned, but (it last U'cti unnble to locate the bil.let mid held out but llttlo hope for the Ind'sj uaISCD DY MRS. FOX IN GARRARD, Allen Snow 1b sjIiI to be1 recov uUY DLOWS OFF THREE MARKSDURY nearly dlHtrncted over the unfortunate, FINGERS nllnlr. NEWS. The first of the series or fairs In At C o'cldck A .M.. I went upon dock this gcctlon beglng at Lancaster next wecjf, when tho great Garrard county nnd found there was a strong head fair commocos Wednesday tho 26th wind blowing, and n rough sea coming and continues through Thursday and I The sailor called It ft choppy gea Fridny, Some of Llneorn countv's finme change no but that don't make est horses and cnttle will be shown In thlr fair nnd thousand,, of Lincoln 1 name. call It rough and getting, county's finest people will be In atrougher. tendance. Noon, still n rough ca, and foggy; Walter O Wnlker wilf hnvo trm great Carroll Preston nd several of considerably "under the weather", but fog whistle blowing every minute or his other fine show horses In charge Improving nicely. Ho sent tho I. J., 'go. A good many absentees nt dinner ' of Homer Wray, Dlok Scudder will hlB ".or" ot the voyage coming ncrosHJtab'c Mr. McK In the nbsent list pave the peorlesj All Peavlne and a the Atlantic, which tells of his trip The ship's orchestra will piny In tho bunch of other beauties; Carroll Hal-le- y " I. M, 'second cnbln dining room at will be there from the East End aero a follows: with some might., handsomo mnmhon HOMEWARD DOUND Orchestra on hand at the appointed ,of the great Preston family and Joo e Alter n deny of 21 hours nt this time and ga0 a Hne selection, of Murphy will have hi splendid blnck owing to the seamen's Irish and Scotch pieces, among Garrard Chler which swept the Texas 'fair rings. we bid Liverpool adieu for a whllo nt the Scotch selections were Annie Tho officers and directors of the fr.ir, i,Tt'' VUiWuitA UHsT SIMHggggggggggggBPIEAK!? rV least. Alter a sojourn of 311 days In Laura nnd Auld Lang Syne. The day iiLLLLLrWHlKJZTLLLLLKLlLK-iLancaster fair nr nmonc the livllest Scotland England, wo or at least 1,'hns been rough throughout Concert ggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggmTilM' of the "lhH wires" of this part of the rr IgggggggggggggggggggggWBMBBHHrfT-iggfWgMjgggggggggggggB rrTgt very reluctantly bring our tour to a again tonight ta 8 P. M. ttnte and Intend to &tVP the best ever seen In old Garrard. Go Thursday July 6. close. HuJtcnvllle Personal. and help a good thing along. Marksbury, July 20. a rough, wet morning nnd tho fog i had intended keeping our friend! Mr. Susie Slblec. of Umlsvllle, I Tti0 complete thre; days program .Mm. Salllo Fox who owns one of Lincoln coulty, and the foreign horn Is being sounded; " continues. Aeropane Flight of J. A. D, McCurdy Over the Rocky Mountains In will bo printed In the I. J., next tbo attractive, guest of .Mrs. W. O. a Colorado. acquainted with our travel,, be- - rough until noon, fog lift occasional-- ' the nest farms In this end or tho Speed. ty had 10 acre,, of her best land ln'cn to nil ly and bldg fair to be nice woather ti,u interior any of the foreign monoplanes, With Col. Geo. I). Weutherlord lB spend-In. CRAB ORCHARD wheat ,h.K year which .o'ded 40 bush cmULof tll0 0arth 1)Ut LnK to ...n,,, ,oon. 'It McCurdy can easily attain seventy-fivels to tho acre. The wheat wa si Kin i COuld not Ret nround much audi A beautiful evening tho most of the u few day at Elixir Springs. h,t, Wni hn nl miles an hour. With such a maMiss Jessie Wood Lynn, of StanCook, of Nashville, la disposed of for seed nt a good price MUs when I waB getting arpund I didn't lck ones on hand for supper. Mrs. neld j.0xUigton the week of August chine ho will give demonstrations at ford Is visiting her couslhg Mlsset wotting MUg Anna Held. I.twrenco Walton a deaf mute who feel like writing. However, I have McK. is libout over her sea sickness j 7th to 12tb, are the dally aeroplane the Blue Grass fair that will be not Annie nnd Kate Mtddietop. Miss Nannie McWhorter of LancasMUh Katherlno Kernel l8 v lulling U spending his vacation at home Atuck Kept my promise better than some ngaln and ablo to sample the good eat- - nights to bo given by tho world famous only thrilling to tho spectator, but ol very great educational value as well. ter Is visiting her uncle Mr. J. C. Mcn match to a dynamite cartridge friends who promised to keep us In- - ng that Is furnished. A Whlbt party aviator, Mr. J. A. D. McCurdy. Mr. W. O. Speed. Beginning Tuesday, August 8th, the Whorter and family. No -t- her modern sc ence Is the sub- r nnd which exploded blowing olf three of formed of what wa8 going on In S o'clock tonight and a Stag par- Itev. Mill, or Owingsville, , Miss Julia Goodwin returned home second day of the fair, Mr. McCurdy fingers. Tho boy is 12 year old coin county, and the rext or the globe, ty at 10 V. SI., Is on the program. I stay In las daughter, nnd W. J. Dcbaun. of t tQ perfect aerJa, .navgatlon. will make several flights each day. after several days pleasant accomCincinnati, Miss Flora Lurch On last Tuesday morning nt 2 o'- Thu guilty ones know who lg meant (will not take tfcem In, so will not lie AmonR tho8e engaged In this work, He will attain an altitude of more th motored to this city Wedneshamp for a visit panying her clock C. A. Robinson had a large day. blo to report them. We have fourjjiri jjcCurdy holds a foremost place. a mile and will remain In the air fro Monday Morning July 3rd. Mrs. Dexter Bailou and children of thirty to forty minutes. On August Stanford are visiting Mrs. M. E. Fish, There A colored men passengers on board they The feats which he has already Alfred Cnbcll has nrrlved to be thu barn burned to the ground. On board steamship Arabia. . 8th he will also make a flight from the and ether roatlves. morning ntlll In sight if are Hindoos, ironi Calcutta In the compnshed have given him a rcputa-landcuest of bin grandmother. Mm. Fran- were 9 head of mules and horses that - grounds of the Illue Grass Fair asso Mrs. J. C. Reinhart and children Mrlshed In the flames, the Iohl or pro ce Cahbrll, here. Our ship called at quoenstown Kast Indies. They arc well educated tlon that Is not confined to the AmerIhhh nnniln.nt tint nvinmlfl InFMltTha ciation In Lexington to Winchester, formerly of London but recently mov..w-n- "" Mil, Allln SIurr U tli,. snout of perty lg valued nt 13,000. Insurance Ireland this A. M.. at 8 o'clock to tnke very resened and have been to cai-i-- " out had the world. A nephew ot Dr. Alex- the county scat of Clark county, elgh ed to Danville, have ana a pleasant This Is the ec oa passenger and mall tor the United cutta on a visit. They are In busl will not cover loss Mm. George llrndley relatives. mother ander Graham Hell. Inventor of the teen miles distant. There he will stay with her Davis, of Wllllamstmrg de-- . Jack Kaney nnd Miss M. Cutherlno.ond barn Mr. Robinson has hnd states, were delayed two bourg doing nes In Atlantic City. N. J., and are Hell Telephone, Mr. McCurdy has been alight for a few minutes to carry a Prof. E. K. of the week. Pror. I Murphy were In tonn Saturday. from the officials ol wag hero the first D. titied by fire. this. I. can't say ct what Is the ale roud or the United States. placed all bis life in the closest touch communication Edmlston drove Davis and Mr. W. the! Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Williams are) Mr. John Sutton Is In possession oi;o; our amiy; w report Friday Morning July 7- with foremost scientific investigation, the Illue Grass fair to the mayor ot over to Lancaster, whllo the former I heavier-than-al- r ma- Winchester, and, when an answer Is wa here. Prof. Pavs was the prinewe that give birth to triplet last g caiied. i visiting ftlendi and renltves In lx-.Beautiful morning, n llttlo foggy at and his work with Vhc devel- - received, will come Immediately back cipal of our graded scnool three years Hiring all ot which are living doing Ington. TniH 8hp g not to be compared times which calls for the fog horn. chines has done much for to the Blue Grass fair grounds. The ago. Ho and his excellent wlfe have ODinent of the science of navigation, Ed-was taken from IU moth-Wlwell One Mrs. John Goode nnd daughter, tho Mauretanla, the ship we Ileautiful evening and not much news TAl.nm. hu.t 1nnwTi nmnni hit! &tv round try, including the stop at Win many warm friends who will be glad seem na have returned to their home In er nt birth nnd was raised by hand, came here on, but she I reported to They ,, the chester, will be made In less than an to have them vtolt u8 often. to get wlre.ess d Is-n,ong thla ne whlcn now weighs SO pounds, while I u gxjd one. 1 can toll more about patches but tley do not give them Covington, Mrs. George Condur Is flulto low n,ade lagt wuter from Tampa to hour and a half. This trip will not i MUsPg Prill and Heecher Newbernl tho two reared by tho sheep weighing It when we see how sh0 behaves her- - the passengers a8 the steamer JIaur-- jiavana was the longest water only prove the speed of the McCurdy with typhoid fever. n Thomas Moore and .. Y. Culton are 8" to 100 pounds respectively canla did as we went to Englnnd. night In the history of aviation and machine, but it will also show tho prac. improving. have roturne-- J from loulsvllle. self on the briny deep. a Judge Uncoln Wells, of Liberty.1 Rev. Moore of Shanee Run will Monday July 3rd There has been five accidents on proved beyond peradventure the abso- - tlcal uses to which modern air craft put. best typo 'can OLD BAPTIST DIVINE DEAD the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. T.lture the 2th Insl on hi trip to the At 2 P. M.. we ran uion nnd of course board since we lett Liverpool Sunday, lute practicability of the aeroplane. In of tho management be Blue Grass of the The holy land. The lecture will be fre. 01U8ed thcm without any provocation, five different ones have had their l addition Mr. McCuray was wo nrsi Powell lust week. aeroplane fair anticipates that these Rev. Harvey Burke, a superannuate man ?nda..w'r1"8 Hrltl8h wnr vesgel). ,Jll8t thought limbs broken. Some of them slid and Mil Polmatcr John Dlaln attended the - Mr.. Lulu Simpson rns returned u flights alone will bo considered by the of the Baptist church, passed away at ri in nil . iiiiii iu uua uiuuu republican conveullon nt Uvulsvlile' front an extended visit to mends our frCnJ Caswell Sanfley had fell on deck others fell down Btairs. meroug otheY experiments and flights people of Central Kentucky well worth his home at Morelana on Tuesday and loo muchthat nave not only. Deen spectacular, the price of admission and will draw was burled Wednesday, after services Inst week. been them with his and Undo Sam's and I hoar It veported crowds. nt the Baptist church. He was 87 Mrs. Ham Aldrldgc Is quite sick. lighting tools, wo could hav0 some fun booze In some cases. Jegg Kerrlu of Liberty was In this but have been of large service In tho to tho grounds years of age and had served long apd A oung "gentleman" in possession over half way advancement of tho science to which The flights will be arranged at such faithfully In the Master's vineyard Thurstlay on business. Va are now pastflnc Kastnet Light We are Just a little hours throughout the day that they life, small amount .of gooil manner j n0U80 nnd in n sl.ort we will be out of ncros8 tlae I'nd now, which means he has devoted his ' Allnses Joiephlne and Cora Ma) before being called to hla reward. Ho with the Glenn can bo witnessed by all. Those who Is survived by his wire. t.oodc nre In in UmlsMI e this week. on Inst Sunday eve. In trjlng to pas B!(.t,t or land until Sunday or Monday somethlnc like a ten days passage,' Formerly connected come from a distance and are comC"r ' Ml,8 Allre Rankin Is spending a few! a lot of buggies In front of him ran tllt, yth or 10th Inst. Wo nre lmvlng while we went across In five days Just of his own pelled to take early afternoon trains again. Gen. ngaliiKt two pedestrians returning from a beautiful day. tho Irish Sea whom the difference between a last and anj7s Senator Brad ey Flovd. days with Miss building his own machine. Ho will have the opportunity to see these Wilbur Smith toi wins Wednesday church, striking them wita the w bee's M are now ig a Ht6ctli as Dick llrat- - slow ship, and of course tho longer , ., ....,,, famous Gnomo mo- - flights beforo being compelled to leave. appointed postmaster on Lexington .Mis thn Ada Alcorn In lining U'lnens-teat iii ins miggy, MiocKetl mem sprawling t(m-fsl, IM)iid Of course thew are the takv the more liable you are tor whlch holds all records in aviation The rastest and most powerful of all over Thomas L WolKer who has had Irlenri. for distance, duration, speed and altl- - American aeroplanes directed by the hut ono term nnd E. C. Llnney was ester Newton I nt home for tie In the mud. With a p.isslng hello to 0 Blictl risu In IL At lean If there to storms, and other ca'nmltles. la reappointed at Danvl'le. hlH proitrnt,, vlctlmK ho went on hls,,8 tudc. Tho speed of the new McCurdy most skillful bf American aviators tllere lg ,, nn0 tciiK (t Mrs. Saturday Morning, July 8th. aumincr. durwill be ,n,,inn.not even returning for an npologylKerhlli0 ,8 ,u.u all , ., . Mi, o iimiui'oi- nv..n. machine, which will bo shown to tho the attraction thatthe Bluo oifered fair, ,u.ck wU1, Miss (orgla Newborn ha return j. iu.rt tiiiui .rf PLEASANT POINT Grass can peopio " ing the week or ?U from Knoxvllle, wher sho has Tbo two men In question received a her knitting. 1 will call It, If thls It body on hand for breakfast. I be- - Amer tho Bluo Grass fair, Is equal to that of August 7th to 12th. gcxMl mud bath whlrh was nil the dam- - not rght nnme sh(. on correct It lleve Mrs. McK. Is well again and been teaching. Rev. Jeffries filled his appointment when she sees you. .Miss Ijirry Alcorn has returned Ke done took up her knitting again and u morrow ana luail it to you as soon n.( Mr. Daniel and Claude Hester spent at the Baptist church Sunday morning Mlsg Mary Chestnut Is mnklng n lo, 4 o'c'ock P. M. Uniul ha. ditip- - wishing for home. I am not much , Horn an extended Northern trip. and evening. The Sunday school pic York. Mv inland ob- - kuuun; in .i,,., ... .v. u. . . . I. ... o .,.. ...... 1wtt ..v.ft Miss l'Mmt Cnimilu u Malting Mr. .InVu o,.., tt Itt. ....... (!nrf.,i tin...... jieaieu, notning in signt now oniy sen well but Keep going unu on me khik- - scrVatlons 1 will try and glvo you given Ian Satrday was in, every Mrs. Florence Lane gave an Ice nic , .,. ,. Mis,, Chmtnilt wlll,.nii siv , ..-- ..,. .. uninpthlne new. but till Is a' nur ...i., ollr wireless run wa,, a success. A bountiful dinner nnd Mrs. Howard C.ininltz at Pitts- of Nicholasvlllc. i "earn supper Saturday night. A large also make n short visit to Mrs. Jno. telegrapher however Just hid a me, poor place to get news, Just sky. sea burg was served and the day seemed to Tuesday Morning July H. . ,,, lcrowd wa8 Present and everybody had be enjoyed by all present. ..co from ... ,teaiushlt. Franconla. ami shin, which nhes plenty of op-- , Baughnian wn8 In town Woods, Islington beforo returning. Mr. Jones a flno ,lme' I F. Rankin bought of sora lar-anMrs. lk0 Prlvett whojhns been HI shopping Saturday 10rnlng as we have- the a mUe Iater wo couId geo her In portunity lor thought and study. butj,.urly tn, Myrtlo Burton received a cako for e dlsUince. me. I don't know where to for some time Is slightly improved Miss Pnttlo Morris has returned to 'p of Wnync county CO head of of being landed at Now York a8 for being tho man popular girl present we tlc weighing 800 and 1.00 pounds at Music by tho ship's orchestra in the gin, .o wlil not undertake to picture ,lt)t jaler ure glad to state. Her honu. nt IiuUvllle alter a noon today Fred Ross after a few day's vUi cent8 s dining saloon at S Pp M, which fur- - tho immensity or God's handiwork. Hulan Carrier W on the sick list. ... mil vlall In MIh. Kiln ll.imette a. M. A steam Nlno D his returned to aim. MU810 V.aDIO Ol liroimcau IS IS- Mr nn.l Mr. I.nb.. fnrii..ni..r l.ulln Mrs. M. D. Wall had a severe atfor tho day. Just come and see for yourselves. ,jer 10V0 jn Bght with the pilot to to Hester's Hotel ha8 Cal. homo In Los Angeles ,,cr brother Mr. C. C. Cnblc. tack of stomach trouble last week but In ii few iluvv for Newcnstle Indiana lt,nK Tuesday Morning July 4th Sunday Morning, July 9th. tako tj,e 8i,p jnto dock. An hour S. H. Gooch of Somerset was here Is some better at thi8 writing. Mr- - Kolrt Polndexter suffering Tho first thing which attracted our A beautiful morning after a nighty ja.er tner0 wn. another tender with when, they will make their future Eoro throat Everybody tbo medical examiner. ThUi is nt on business last week. ,wlln Mrs. W. G. Routon and Mrs. Craig attention thl monilng wa they had tusslo with a choppy sea. home Rov. Jetfrles and little dauguter Alford wero again called to tho bedGrim iimzlnv iiml MUs Ilettie1 A very enjoyable affair was tho turned tho clock back 74 minutes so seem,, well and happy. Divine ,i.ov caii ouarantlne. It took Sadie spent Sund.-.-y night with Dr. side ot their father, Wm. Disaon, at unuuy scuooi picnic given uy i icub- - M0 w,,ro up too goon for breakfast: Ices at 10:30 A. M.. held by the Miller motored to thin city Friday. tbem about fivo houra t0 cxamino and Laswell. Moreland. Air. und Mrs. Ilrynn Carpenter of ""l "rove vuunii hiki nuiuruo. nWent upon tho upper deck to get tho Church of England people. They just nas 0 tne 800 .passengeers. Uncle Mrs. James Brown returned home Now Decatur, Aa., are guests of Mr 'rsely attended nnd the ulce lunch frvsti air nnd wnlt for the breakrast sing, play tho Udd'e. pwy and read.'Sam a very particular who lands on OTTENHEIM Saturday from Dry Ridge where she lreiared for the occasion was great- - KOnB. V. Carpenter and lanilly.. lhey prayed for the King of Ens-hA 8h0rcs now, as Teddy Rooievelt! , stay with her 'njoeu uy an. Sovoral vacant seats nt the break- - land ,the president of tho United caua them, undesirabio citizens, when The Rev. Mr. Willis and lamlly have Dr. Malloy, of Lexington is here to ha3 lad a protracted w- - c- Greening who has accepted He Is recovering to sea blckness states and the Emperor of Germany th0y are not halo and hearty and hav0 spend a week looking after his farm son, Will Brown. fll8t tablo owing teturned from n visit to Shrlb) vllle lno l,OBl",n a. vhb preBiaeui oi uuu mostly nmong tho children. So far I nnd all the royal family and left thoiat ieagt 25 jn their vest pockets. No Ho called to tsee the Kev. Father Leo from nn attack of typhoid. Iriends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Singleton, who to tnke care ofl niore now. Respectfully yours, Dinwiddle Ii at home from a of ,no 'cadng banks of Houston Texae. myself have Improved since. I got poor population Georgo Sunday. , ...... ,I1UYU ., , ,,. ,.... .,. . . 6 w,u "uuut l,,B """ aboard ship Sunday noon. This would themselves. They did not worry tnoj "' trip through Texas JAMES M'KECHNIE. irosi-ertlnMiss Katie Weintjeu Is spending her sold their home place here about to "." ""-- - '"-- o that 1 hnd missed my caning congregation as It wns an over in Mr. and Mrs Juson Taylor nnd sou1"1 """vacation with her parentc Mr. and months ago and went to Oklahoma tuturo homo. live roturned to thl place Saturday amj ought to be n sailor Instead of a 30 minutes. They don't pray loud nnd were In Texa Saturday, Mrs. Joe Weintjes. KING'S MOUNTAIN Kentucky U . long when the ea Is cnlm, and ev- 'Squire. M. Wnio nnd lamlly attended! Rev. Leo and Mr. ilentry '.vere In nnd glad to get back to not so bad after all. ThU. being tho Fouith of July we crythlng running right. What Is the on buslies 1'itdav, improvplace Sunday. They Stanford church at this The good raliw ar0 greatly F. I. S. Hess Emll Beck of Nashville after spend nre doing some celebrating. We have ditference between life on the sea ing the gardens in this vicinity. they came over In their new machine. MlB8 Ida Kearns was in Crab Orch relatives the dining salon decorated with the nnd on land? Cannon & Walls are unloading n anl Thursday vlslllu:; friends and shop n fow days with friend nnd Mesdames E. McCormark and J. II. OF LOCAL PRINCIPAL CHOSEN at this pfaco IcR Monday for CinWo nro promised a sight or land In cur of.rua! for fall and winter uso. nr and stripes, tho I'nlon Jack, nnd Filday. ping. ".Vood,, were nt Elixir Spring fcls sister HIGH SCHOOL THIS TERM. th0 Hag or potir, downtrodden Ire uud. aboi.t 21 hours, which will be the Tho road bossss in this i.urt. v..!i cinnati where he will visit Tho brass band boys will glvo an Carlton Elklu was in town Sntur-iln" " whuh consists ot a f olid green with n night of tho 10th. I boliove every- - Ico cream supper Saturday night ev- Judge lmlley m loader are tiylnf after which he will return to hl8 r'ace advertllng fair. At a nieitlng of the Stanford School fKro )n (h0 center ho'dlng harp, bodv Is ready for the sight a ono ery body como and help a good cause very hard t persuado soiiie of the of business above mentioned. down Mr. Jo0 Conway of Wichita, Kus., Hoard this wek, F. I. S. Hess, ot Among the liassongers there are tluiio yetB tired of 'ooklng nt Pea and sky Wi I Dye or Mnywood wai Del n Rlgney has returned from n men to do tne'r uart on mo roua. with Jim Reld. 'h girl. IxiUisvl'Ie. wan elected principal of the for their choice; as u lone for nine days. at Ludlow. Thco Mory of l.oiiihi'i wus heie Sttnduy to see his best wol,, Mr. Hogl,. and wife of Now visit to her sister Mr. Wl Jack Miles of Danville was a cnller iilgn BCtooi to nil tne vncancy cause.i for mo j )ovo U)v, all but do not llko - Fridny calling on our liierchantB. Monday, July 10. Ruth Singleton lim retmed tn ClnOrleans arc guests of IIa Misses by in,, resignation or Pror. J. .v vv ik-- j Btim r their forms or governnient. I Miss Freda Ileyer jiuo In Jaturdai here last week. Another beautiful morning; rnmo uinnatl after n slDrt visit with her liogle. ginton. Prof. Hess L. a graduate of niiKtlt sny the Pnltehd States has tho fog again about 8 o'clock but soon friends and relatives. Mr. Hendrix Hayes and little dagh-te- r, from Cincinnati to lslt her paruuti. Clnlborno Walton I guest of Satn Edna were visiting her parent. i University, and mado n splen-- i trongest fo lowing In thlB crowd. Our cleared up and every one teems to Central Mrs. Sidney Chlldcrs and family and a cerUiti Oite'iholm cutitlonia-Held. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Singleton for a He lg gald to bo es supper tonight It the following menu be oujojing life on the ocean wave. hnvo returned homo from Dry Rldgo is all smiles. - dhl record theio. Charles Lute wai In this city Sunpoclnlly woll fitted for tho position to Potago Americano, Mr. Frank Wclntjea was ailing nn few days. 1h0 bulletin nt 12 noon say wo have and other points. t'uy. llennle Ulggs ot Junction City wai U'liira Johnson HIent lust week with his best girt Sunday evening. Halibut, Lexington, Sil mllfB to travel to put u8 in tho visiting her which ho has boon elected and will Miss Aunlo Dunn is hero Monday. add much strength to the facu'ty, It AH the member of thl of duckling. Long Island, New York, so if) tho Lord Is' friends and relatives at Waynesburg port of rillcts sUter Mru. nn Truylor In Stanford. Milton Harmon of Danville who Is Is believed. wiling we will get there tomorrow Rib or beef, Howe, Luev Ciooch, of McKlnney l vlsltlngl wbuld be very i.ra'oful If there wns Mr Hnd Mr. Wallace Wolfe, have ot the Indian ReflnlnR ' Philadelphia Capon, John Haucox, ct noon. It seems like a life time rolnttvcg here Eomt har.l work .lono tin our mud In the interest returned to their home In Cincinnati. through! here Wed For summer diarrhoea In children ship. Shi ls Lydla McKee Is spending a few dnys road section runulng Into tho Somer- - Company, passed hlieo we boarded this Marshall Stone motored to thli city a'ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- .......,. ..K.l Pntua rice, nesday . In ,tlbn linnP tl!l!i H -- II fl ...H.l..ji r.la.l ...vu- ..Inn, .AA.IHI.. .n ,cij mnnA ou,f, Lit, , v". ,., loilnatnn l.'lth ."wiHD tilt,.. . l.ul ,..w ....... ...... v I6 J'.u.ib BvouilUKl uvAiiiaiuii ...... fa4lln ..v. fcwu alil.i uuv Sunday tttirrtlne nt era and Diarrhoea Remedy hnd castor vunuik unu iuiiui'p, hhw ."!-- ' "o " Messrs. G. IL Colllnn, J, A. Calmal.i Mr Fred Snltiler and ions are o''t; Blow to suit me, Vie expect to ree boiled uud browned potatoes, MUs Ilottlo Logun has returned oil, nnd a speedv cum ' certain. For spent Sunday with hU 8 and J. J Miles are stopping a few I vita their thresher and report um. Mason' a Gap Cold ox tongue. York ham, Nantucket light house vtonlght by rrom A'ubama Miss Mary Lee Ixigan yalo by all dealers. parent Mr and Mrs. M, D. Wall. Bunker 1111 Pudding, Apricots o'c'ock Will finish this epistle to-- ( days at tho Johnson Hotel, croio ot wheat wJ cat. 20. Hustonvllle. July The old 1 Robert Fenzcl Is guest of lit father for (i few adyii. Ming Clarn Cooper l8 thq attractive guest of Mrs. II. H. Camnltz. Ming Kato llofile nnd J. 0. Weather-fon- t of I). C. Weather-forwere guest at Kllxlr Spring Monday. Illihop Is Improving .Mr. .loslah slowly Iroin the effect of nn abcess on the knee. Mr. McKee Itlfre spent Friday at Lexington shopping. Re. W.. S. Willi hiu; returned homo and will fl I hhi pulpit nt the. Christian church Sunday morning. H will preach nt Willow Grove that Tht. union service,, Sunday evening will be conducted by Rev. 0 It. Illuln. d SQUIRE M'KECHNIE "SAFELY HOME AGAIN Carolina, tec cream nnd wafers, Desert, Cheese This l AEROPLANE FLIGHTS BY BIRD can't LANCASTER STARTS FAIR HA8 BEEN QUITE ILL IN UONNIE tell you whether or not It wa,i good SCOTLAND BUT IS DETTER Mr. McK. sampled It nil and sho will "LOG" OF HIS VOYAGE. likely wrlto nnd tell you about It at Coffee. an American dinner. I MEN AT LEXINGTON FAIR CIRCUIT NEXT WEEK LINCOLN COUNTY 9TOCK TO BE SHOWN THERE AND LIN- .COLNITES BY THOU. SANDS WILL AT. TEND. her leisure. Squire nnd Mr. James McKccbnle havc returned from their trip to Scot-louthe birthplace and former home if tho Squire, which he had not seen for forty year. Tho squire had ft pel or Illness whllo across the water nnd lg about ready to ngreo that there I no place on earth llko ttio old Kentucky home. He I sti-- l bo-vi- Wedneay Mornlr,Uf July 5. Flights Will Begin on Tuesday and Several Will be Mado by J. A. D. McCurdy Each Day Over Lexington i. t- r t Eng-plac- trlke,'h, SJtL3ffrM .WVHuiiHHilH nu44flba91iiiiiiiiiiHl I coun-unmj- ' ,,,,,, Jclo "r.Z'ZZ ,,, ,.-.- e Lin-'fo- Per-tjvlll- 1 ' , ."f'". .... otr n n i t'flgnt 1 ... ( ler-w- i.vhh,i. .......! I at.f f" r. record-breakin- g " la ,, anfon r 8 Sh Mc-wa- y oi t. w. " i. "-- ....... ,,, .... rr ... M ,., v,. ,, 1 cat-.th- ,,' ,!,. Ki!,,iv .W jan . V 1 erv-,wri- I 8 - - ""' ""indicate y u, ,0 .... ..., - returned with her. - Gents'Furnishing. o - J. svj "- - Toe Interior Journal. Ettefallfbod 18T 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 o O CD MP Ir" CO MAKE ROOM -- SHELTON M. SAUFLCY,... Publisher 11 A YEAR STniCTLY IN ADVANCE Hnterod nt the postoHco nt n second clan man". - FOR -- - DEMOCRATIC HCKET. .S ce 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, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. Ice Cream Freezers Fall Clothes - litis Tor Attorney (ioncrnl Jarnes Uarnctt For State tiupwrlntrmleiit nl SolieoJs- - llsrksilalv Muiulctt -- For tlorornnr Jnmrs B. MOrary. Vtr hlent. gomurr K J. UcDnrHinti I'or Trrnmx-r- r Tos. y. Hum. For Berrotnn t Statu C. V. Cruo. 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 Vv ComiBllonfr Agriculture J. Nc V i'oi Clerk Court innn. r'or llatroml Omnilasloner Ulalr. tor '.Iririt JiiJcc Charles din. FOR Yv'llllum II. Grew of .ppeali Jt. U Y. P. Mnr A, Water Coolers The Lowest cnndldncj lor Hcprt'fontatUy from . Lincoln county, atibject to tho nctloa I ol the Democratic jwrty. Tho Frankfort that Stato l.lbrnmu will probably Nows - REPRESENTATIVE Slinnkn aunnunccg hu Walk Over Shoes $4.50 Low Shoes at $3.50; the $4 quality at $3, and the $3 ones to close Journnl say Frnk Karnaugh W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Ever Had! CLOTHINGI BOY'S KNEE PANTS Wo have the largest stock of clothIn Blouse effect ing in town, hand tailored, nd pare $1.30 kneo pants muet go at $1.18 11,25 must g at c wool. SI must go nt 79c MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUIT6I o0 must go nt 39c .2C must go at $16-919c $25 find $30 suits at $14.98 KO and 22.50 suits at HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW $11.98 $18 rults at 9-- hae no opposition lor ulion thu next scshIuii ot the Ounenil aHoemViy emnvneH. Tblg is exactly n It thould be. The logls- lators could not luelbly litid n more lihrnrtim than Mr !elicient if they went oer tho I'nltod with a fln0 toothed comb, nor 'an official moro completely dootcd or moro faithful to hlg duty. Tho Inter-- I lor Journal Is for him, lint, Imit nnd all tho tlmo and wants to movo right now that h0 bo elected for life. The republican Stato (omentlon suggested Sewitor Bradley as a running mato for Tnft next year Did tho originator of the idea intend it i slam at an a boost for Tnft Bradley: BOWEN 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 Mr. Farmer: HANDLE OUR USUAL SUPPLY OF WHEAT SACKS TO THRESHER READY A THE PRESENT CROP. WHEN YOU HAVE NEED. SHOULD YOU NEED SEND IN AND GET WHAT SACKS YOU WHEAT SEED 8CKS FOR HANDLING OATS, BAKLEY, RYE AND WE WILL FURNISH YOU AND WISH TO STORE SAME YOURSELF WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT UENTB EACH. SEAWE HAVE QUITE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON SACKS, AND THIS HAY IN OLD STOCK NEW .(LOST SON OUR SACKS ARE ALL TO HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL BE MORE SATISFACTORY BUY WHAT YOU YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL BE TO US TO HAVE WE HAV $2 a pair for them. $12.50 and $15 $10 Suits at SACKS YOU NEED FOR STORING GRAIN. WE HAVE SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL TURPOSES AND WANT TO SUPPLY YOU. FOR THRESHING J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Kabo ill Sm&t sVi I Corsets II AupalW f.27 11 wr" ' III ' f' Have no Brass Eyelets. Unsurpassed in design fit and workmanship. Try one and you will be convinced. J ill VPI, ' III Ml ill ;' ' I S I ill F fr ' r J 'Vi. J j L L Sanders, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Alter quit,, n drouth wo had a sood rain Snnda. It seeing tht growing 19c vegetation has almost taken new Hie. KNICKERBOCKERS BOY'S SUITS ThJs rain was appreciated by all for $12.50 suits at 57.28 JOHN B. STETSON HATS wo had been slighted for home time $6 38 $1 anu $5 hats at $10 suits at $2.98 JS suits at SVB John F. Hunsell and family were Felt hats In all shades of the stnn .' $4.98. dard ir.il.o $7.50 suits at !sltlng relatives In Junction City $6.50 suits at 4.4t i.j anu $ao hats at $2.29 .,i .v VJ.68 $5 suits at .bo nats at $1.88 $268 12 hits nt $4 suits at Tbo funeral of Mrs, Sallle Crutch$1.39 52.08 $1 50 hati at $3.50 sulU at 98e or, wife of Dosj Crutcher, was hod .33 $3 suits at l nat8 nt 79c.nt Harris Creek last Sunday In the Wo li.ie about 100 boys' cults, Tpresence of a large crowd (f rei.i- straight pants that soul from $2.50 to CAPS. SO. Wo will run theie out now 50c nnd 75c cans at no. Uves and friends. Th, utiikiii wa9 15c nnd 35c caps at hl 19c preached by Hev. Jas. Kd wards. Mat Murphy has been with his fn ODD PANTS. MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS Worsted, black, flannel, outing AT 8 CENTS, 12 CENTS AND 16 thcr, of Fry's Creek, for some 'line, 'iho cider Murphy passed Into eterpants, green plaids, brown and serge. CENTS. spring stjles at prices you never iicara nity nftcr a liK illness. ot before. ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR Mls8 I'earl Vnught, of Uutchertown, 55.28 Worth 5Cc and $1 now $7.60 pants at 39c who Is qulto an accomplished nume. $188 Worth 50c and 25c now 16 and S6.50 pants at 19c $3.68 Is back with Mrs. Mack Moore, after Ja and $5.50 pants at !.2.58 $4 and 4.50 pants at a short visit with her relatives at GLOVES $2.68 $1.50 gloves at $3 nna $3.50 pants at $1.19 home. Mrs. Moore remains quite II $1.79 $1.25 and $1 gloves V.50 pants at VI and at 79c Dock Husscll, of Hall't, (lap, made .1 All kinds of wash pants from C8c to SUc nnd $1 gloves at 39c chort visit In this stctlon, cnlllnn on fl.bS. Don't overlook them. Hezeklah YounK, one of lil old t'l II War comrades. We presume se BELTS MEN'S UNION SUITS. 88c Worth 50c, 75c and $1 now , $1.50 quality now 39c eral battles wore rofoupl.t durinx 79c 2ac belts nt 19c his visit l Quality now PAN CY VESTS. SHOESI SHOES!! SHOES!!! Mrs. II. Young, who has been I : .a worn, nuiim iiuuc, - i i 101 nigh nna low cut absolutelv the ,., o uiui ,...- - L.val ol UlilKfS AI.L, I.KA'lllKK rnr oase time, in Improving stowij--. ........ Win. and Thotnae Carnoy have re,$2.48 Same worth $u to $ SHOES WORTH $4 and $5 sale pric" . . cently arrived from llllnol.i. They re SHIRTS J3.50 's'lioos at '..'..'. '..'. ....'.'.'. .$298 port corn crops In that country sufFor Work Dress and Eery lay . Khn 7 i fering for want of rain, also nt tho t- - einria iiuw .jii.io .50 shots at "ff Uito crop a failure. v Ki,ni.i nt i.i-i.oi' BiuriB iiuw 84- $1 BlllrtS now W"' ruchannn and wlfo of Stan- LADIES' SHOtS iuc snirts now and oxfords In velvet, pat finish ford, called on hlg sister, .Mrs. John imotnl nml kill. . Russell .'ast Saturday. ' UNDERWEAR OP ALL KINDS t in ..,.i Judg0 Moore, of Danville, 39s j.i ovfnnU nt lsltcd 50c and 75c garments o at J5c garments go at h'8 brother. 19c,L'.0 oxlords at .i.sb Owing to poorMack Moore Sunday 2 oxfords at .'...i.M health. Mr. Mooro ttts 1.JU OXIOril! l.iy nnt hnn In thl.. HAlihhnrhrw,,1 .Inn Ul MEN NIGHT SHIRTS FOR 39c SLIPPERS FOR ME.N AND BOYS ,a8t yoar' Ho U now muc" '"'Proved Worth 50c and $1 now A good protracted meeting has Jut fd.50 fish brand slippers nt ....$2.68 $! rtlippors at , $2.39 been c osod of. our hchool house. Her- sale price $5.48 $6.93 $2.50 hats at Wo havo about 300 suits, tn special $2 hats nt you elsewhure $1.50 hats at szes, that w'U from $10 to $18. New goods. Our Jl hats nt si'lts at Ia $3 and $3.50 hats nt rnt $2.29 $1.78 $1.39 $1.19 hats at .J5 hats at .00 3c 9c H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. - i' - Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be When scri!x:d n tnedu.ino f.r yui tn take, the next important step H to have that proscription placed In tho a thoroughly reliable nnd competent bar. plnrmicW so It will be comixnitideil exactly ni ('. reeled We have Kmnud an cnviablu reputation fir always being very careful and painstaking In rur compounding and feci that, In all juitko to your own kooi. health, yon should bring your next prescription hoe Here, too, you will find n complete atvi inviting" display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparationand all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. C all aad svcbaraplesof tiutsand as), us about ft. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Compounded pre- - your phxtiifan hat - r ....... jc Stanford, Kontucky va j!t" f I "m i TEN PEE CENT. OFF For the next 15 days wejoffer our lawns, Summer Silks, Oxfords etc. at silk sockj nt rue silk socles at '.'5c lisle socks at 15c llslo socki at 10c lisle socks at ac lisle sookg at $1.50 SOX $1.19 38c 11c 8c ic 4c $7.50 suit caeoi at JO. 50 suit cases, at $5 suit casea at $4 SUIT CASES $5.48 $4.98 $3.78 10 Per Cent Off The Regular Price. fl.5 $2.68suit cased at B4c and $1.50 suitcases at Trunks of All Kinds at Cost This is Strictly A Spot Cash Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN & CO, DryGocr's, Notions, Shoes UMBRELLA8 From 39c to $1.98 ALL KINDS Of I'AllASOLS LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR $1.50, that sold for now. 79c cood ordor prevailed. Tho meeting was conducted by W. D. Souther and. TENNIS OXFORDS and shoes. Rubber .oies, ennvn up- - of Moreland pers, ioc qua uy ar. 3c Our school bogan last week with a f,ood attendance, considering the LADIES" VESTS 11' 1. ?c and 15c ladloj vesta nou ,.9c busy time, with alma.t all children Up to dnto 37 have been enrolled and LAWNS r 15 nnd 17 12 per yard now 7W 3C nre In attendance. School Is taught by J. II. Wolford, of tho yd bleached cotton, now ..9c 12 2c West End. Wo expect to havo nn AMERICAN AND SIMPSON BRAND excq'lent school this year. Tho CALICOES cchool notify) J)remIt,eB are well 4 l2c and C 2; per yard equipped generally WHAT AHOUT THAT! rho hous0 was roofed this summer with a good metDRESS GINGHAM81 al roof, and n well dug which nfTords 12 1. L'c and Iflc, now 8 a nlco supply of pure water. All thl dren of school ag0 aro oxpected EMBROIDERIES to attend without being compelled to 50c quality 23c. 25c quality nt 12 do so, under the compulsory law. 15c quality at l()c PRICES YOU WOULD NOT DREAM OF bo-Ipl-- ss.iffsSta".v,M8t;-wX- S t We Warn Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, Ef.Gs, ICE, COAL, WOOL, HIDES, FURS. SALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. with tho cement, lime, etc, you net from us. Uemembcr mat nil o- r btiild Ing materials are mucn stronger than tho ordinal y und you can therefore r uso lets than ordinary quantities. you lllo wo'll tell you Just how to mix them to F"t tho Lei-- t tesuts at tho least cost Come :n and ante us, A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. - H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. Spring Suitings Aly now spring and summer samples nro uow ready for your Insooctlon. They comprise the best on tho market J can suit onyono as to prlco who had his clothos mad0 U ordor. A suit mnilo to lour moasiiio Is preforoble to ready mado clothos. Tn havo them mnilo to mcasuro doosn't cost nnr more than ready mado when quality nnd fit la considered. t'oui0 la and let mo take your measure. H v W. S. Drye & Co. UNDERTAKERS and J. Stanford, ikalk keSS?i. jl. Ky. Sam Robinson, Stanford, Kyt. itt-.4'rVj'.i. EMBALMERS Hustonvllle, Ky. Telephone In Office I W nr In notitlou CODMatched rugs in X sizes. .w rues rtli;H iiu'U it ll.oilok tn nikMl) la ofitiiinti lui w.' . 'in imiiK Hi. I' !r rrrirll druggete laco curUins. W. A Trihti I' alto in v. i mm..' .Ii'wi lu it If ici nn. ... Imi !nu prom ii u ii. J I1.M rant. ' u .ii.. .1 laa...bu...t..i....r..l ii mini DR. T. W. PENNINGTON t tcfnrt tuai. M i' hi 1. i irirnri ' CONCRETING Hi-1 hi k i i -i Hours ollico Mj..a AM .,..d 1 Ib'u.-- IIbm Dentist ,,unt ri o4 1M K PHILLIPS BROS., in i '.. r.UPlEY, The ITactlcnl Tailor. ""Ji'.iliMaiaarrX!! r"lSM,liti''',tJ!ltJ&ijame!! 't ia&:m,mi."'l,Ui3L. Xiim riataaMtHh 2. Caddie AUG. 3rd Is Lvsville AUG. 2, 3, 4 4th$20 stake Attractions of Every Description WO! be on The Grounds L?oadster AUG. 3rd$200Rine. DANVILLE FAIR, Aug. 2, 3, 4. AUG. For Further Information and Catalogues, Write ATTEND THE GREAT BIG ROADSTER RINGS EACH DAY! Arre A1' Lincoln County Day6 A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS ALL. I. M. DUNN, PERSONAL and SOCIAL . .. . MM. J l l.)MI 1M Bl U., for it pliMHAtit nay, Secretary. ssw " Lcro for several darn this week on baiWnoss. .Indr, le t paliB Mrs I'or Messley. Stntifaril 7 4T Wlr Hue or drnsgetn, rue, carpi's, pnd .ace curtains, W. A. Trlblil .... ... Asnrtinr, In Mary llmklrv friends In Clnnlnnatl Mis inmirha Vnmlovcfr Is nt hoti-Iroiu I'ortUnd Oropon, for her Mini Jasitrt P Tl.iiloy wid JihrU ter, Mrs. II I) (Jrgry una hand fomo children of Ornvlllc, California, Tlsitln,: Hpnnt rtosl days In tho West Knd thin week visiting ivlntlvixi, mm . din sot oral Rood tiers such n tho West Bnders aro fnmsus for. Horn, to the wife of Hurl Withers, on W'simd:iy, n son, Mls Hlslo 8lncleton. of Wayne , burii, has been thn gueest of her MJss Orfdc Kariner. and Miss Jeonlo Miss Sul.i Knd I.ntilur, of Alotitlcelln, worn pilosis nt Mlssc llertft and Kntn Knds Inst wepfc.' Judr Andrew K ftvnns, of Knnsna wss lure for ll sl.nrt tllilo esrlv Cll In the week en rout,, mime from Crab Orehnrd whom hn sprnt several ilavs with bis niece, Mrs Itnhert C. Hntil- ley, ol l'arkur, Arizona, nnd her young-soncon-tin- W. P. GIVENS, President. tads for Weak Women Nine-tenth- i or nml MUabetli (livMl men Mnry ens, of lltibblo, and Virginia (hens, of ttiltt pliico nro spending tile wuk at Mammoth Caw. Mm V. T. Itlchnrd.on nnd dntiRb. torn or Junction City Mtiwc (Icrtrudo nml Pa rah. spent TuesdHy with Mr I E I CITY TAXHB City taxes are now due. Plonse c.il nnd settle at etice. II. 1) Cutter, ( .ty J ax v.onecior. Wo opened a pro'glng and riMilr mIwii, tin IiiIIua Mini mnti riiit.u lromli-ed- is almost the worst thing for consumptives, Mnnyorthe "just-as-goo- s of all the 'ickneM ol women n due to pome derangement or disease of the organs distinctly feminine. Such sickness can bo cured ii cured very dy by hac - contain as much as alcohol; Scott's Emulsion not a drop. Insist on having preparations 20of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong, It nets directly on the organs ofTected and is at tho same time a renernl restorative tnrio (or the whole system. It cures female complaint right illative privacy of home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent to ccry modest wnman. We shall not partieularire here as to the symptoms ol WVaf those peculiar affections incident to women, but those wanting full information as to their symptoms nnd means ml positive cure are referred to the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages, rwwly revised Edition, sent fret on receipt of 21 and stamps to rover cost uf mailing enr, or, in cloth 31 stamps. binding for Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, rJuffalo, N.Y. one-ce- nt Sick Women Well. heui Work done pnmiptly and reailj . (live us your work piece 1 M. J Mcltoberts '' Scott's Emulsion roK hale ny all unuooisTa n i J It .1(1 HI'S Mr. nn.l Mrs. I.. C I Misses Allc Stanford, visited llunn nnd Mr. J. nnd Sunday Alcorn, nml Itoso Alcorn, the fnmllloH of A. II. Coffey last Columbia .Sows. Snt-unla- N I have bought tho aKency for tho In Stnnfotd and Laundry Oanvllle will still have my office at (). P. Writ-uins butcher shop. All former rn irons of Mr. Mllburn will nienfo lcivo their aundry for mo, or 1 will be glaj to mil for It, K. L. Itcinhart. SJ-- :. n Don't miss the moving pictures nt the opera house tonignt. A cnango oi program every night. Ml i nnd T. A. MnttlnRly, on, motored oer nnd spent n few family of J I.. Tot-te, da)s with lhli whllo on rotitt. to Crab Orclinrd Hprlnps for a several week' out Inc. Totten nnd Minn Vera Mm. J. Or-- , TotU'ti nro sojourning nt Crab ctinrd Springs Mrs. Hotlle Hush nud Miss Sue Tayi lor Kncjemaii am at Crab Orchard They wer, joined tliero by Mrs. J. K Johnson Wednesday, who has been lure from 1'lttsburK. Pa. with her father. Mr (Scorco P- HrlKbt Frank Phillips was down from I.ondnn several dayB this week. Miss Ilorla Jean I'rnny, the 1. J. s nccomp I died personal nnd society editor, spent several days at Ml. ermm this week, tho Kuest of Miss 'Tarter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter (). Walker are Krances Hpitrks lsltltm friends and relatives In In S, P Stage, of Lexington, has beon dlnnn S AIIh-rill lips, of Stanford, r here t. see his sister Mis Julia Ph'l-'Ipon Ills wsv to visit homefoll-- at l.lda - Ijondnn Sentinel Mr and Mr Oeine I lueron n 1 . 1 T .M. Cnrr and fnmly, of lonl-vlllo! Leban- Mr. Thoinns McMoath, of tho Hedge. llle sctlon, spent several days with Irlends In Somerset early In the week Mr nnd Mrs. John S. Wells nnd children have returned from a stny o' hovornl davR In Ashevllle, North Car They arc charmed with tl; ollnn. Tho tenipernturo Land o iho Sky there Is nbout fllteen degrees lower thnn here PanOlle Advocate. Islle Sloan of Hubble, Is at Hlixlr Springs for stomach trouble .Mm. M. !: Parks nnd Miss Stella llupley aro xldtlng the faml y of Dr. It. II Hourlgan near Lebanon Friends of Mr W II lllgglns will be glad to know that ho hnR shown rmv idernhlo lu.proemont within Ihe Ho U taking nourishpiHl da) or so ment nbout every two hours and his condition Is much nuiro satisfactory ills son, Dr W. Harry lllgglns I. In ion, ih in nttendnnre ut his bedside 'Carl Carter came ovr Tluirsd:iv Irom nxingtnn to sps.nd n few days with his pMnnts. Mr. and Mrs II. I T U I P Kvangcllat Kd Hubbard will begin a protracted meeting at Mt. Moriah church next Sundav morning Kvcry-bod- y Invited to come. Will niahnri. nf llnr1nnl. has been W. S, Flth represents only fe"t diilto III for several" dayi and Ms and strongest insurance companies. friends nro much ah. .cd over his condition. 34 If Le him keeD vuu protected. .lnli "lat la flu. :nn rl.iv for IlllnC nntintv mul nlnlmo N!rt mntlT Catarrh Cannot Be Cured wiU I OCA!. APPLICATIONS. M lbr ntmot m will bo allowed except at the abote nt tlH dw- - Caurrti M bloud or Ihr lpur. and In ordr to run It rou muil lakn court. O. U. Cooper, C. L. C. C, 61-lntriul rrTdim nall'a Catarrh Cutr to Ukrn In trrrallr. aotl arta dlrrctlf tiium Ihe blood anC .numua nnacm. Hall a Ontarrh Cure H hot a quark ranll. nor. J. G. Livingston will begin a ctnr. II aaa pmrrlbrd by one sf the txtt phrtlrura In UiH rountrr tar jean and la a mrular prrwrlplkm. protracted meeting at Mt. Zlon, the toDlca known, nimbtnea It la rompmnl of the bnrt with Ihe hrtt Wood punarn. artlm dlrrrtlr on tht new church at Holdam's Mill next muroua rirtarea. The pertft rombkiatlon fit the Everyone ij two Incrrdlenta M what produrra urh wondertul re. Monday night, the 2Hli. fe ni Divided Skirts We Do Not Handle But : rulu In fume catarrh, hend toe tnrtlmoolaU. frre. . Toledo. O V J CIIK.VEV CO . 8old br Drunbita. prtee 7V- Take Italia lamUr ruu tor ronitlpatlon. invited to attend. We are still offering sale prices on many articles such as low shoes, waists, dresses, skirts, wash goods, silk tissues, petticoats, also ToGet Gladys, the year and a half o'd daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Terry, of Ludlow died there on Mon t'ay of pneumonia. Tho remains wcr0 brought hero and Interred at Mt. Moriah on Wednesday. The lit Tho subject of th0 aermon .at the tle one was n granddaughter of C. C lhiptlsl church Sunday morning will Terry, of this county, and tho fanv Sunday ily have tho sympathy of all In their Optimism-- ' bo "Christian Ochool at y:3u. loss. HAIL For 51.50 per acre I will In sure your tobacco against loss or damage by hail. You should have It. R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 163 Cnloii services nt th0 Methodist HONEST VERSUS MEDICINES FAKES. church Sunday cvoning. J. H. loties President Taft's recent message sup wil Moiicti the sermon, silbjoet "The gosling an amendment to the I'ure ( hrUtlun ltsco." Kood and Drug law In It relation to Prepared Medicines. d"ea nut refer to of catarrh by nrh standard medicines or Kml the inln"ry Coipound and Foley breathing H)omol (pronounced High- Honey ed oiue) a soothing, healing, germ kill Idney Pills, both of which aro oftrin medicines carefully compounded lug air. Cotnpleto outfit 11. (1. L sredlents whose medicinal ipia Itle-arpenny guarantee it. recognized by the medical proff tmn ltsut as the best known reme dial agents lor the Leases they are A new automobile camo to town For over Intended to counteract. Taylor three decades Foley's Honor and Tar terday. It belongs to Mitchell nnd ua made by the Iiulck Company Coini mind mas been a standard reme and affections of tho It Is a pretty five passengur touring dy Irr coughs coughs, colds and af throat, chest, car and tho Mlstes Taylor will nil fections of the throat, chest nnd lunp leaern to drive it maybe. Panville for children and lor grown persons, end it retains to day its pro eminence .dCMaellgur. kind Foley Kidney Plus arc enua ly r.bovo all other preparations if 1' Th,--. Hoy ScoutB of Stanford are hn effective and meritorious tug a merry time camping on liix Kirk Donne, 40, for.nerly of Soin Liver thig week, and aro obervlng all the rules and regulations of military ertet, nnd known here, a killed by He lite Dr. W. X. Craig a leader. Is a train near Danvi le Tuesday. with them nnd at tl.elr head us la also was a son of Capt Sam Doone. Scout Master 1. C. Carpenter, so the aro well chaperoned youngster. Among thoi who nro tenting ore Scouts Sum Craig, Stephenson Uozler ' James Tribble, Paul Gannan, Joo War ner and Harvey Wilkinson. T-ii I I ! 1 We Do Handle A Big Line of Its Beneficial Effects; Always Buy the Genuine $YRUPfliS Panville, announce tho approaih 'lip iunrrUK of their daulter. LI I i. in to Mr II A Itlrhaplson, of Pan llie 'Iho wedding wll tako dace In the enrlv full at tholr country home, ' MnnlewiMMl," and will be a erv c iili-- t one of galore remnants from every department. Pants for Men! Light Weights for these hot summer SHORT LOCAL NEWS Sale- - 50,000 thiugh'D at VIM) a to One Size ana For chestnut thousand. John 57-l- good l 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 'Senna V.Vntzel, Ottenhelm, lv". S'inilny i manufactured hyihe Services at tho I'recbvterlan church at 11 o'clock Mtibjeet. "The drowing ''hurch " Hee "While There's Lllc There'. IIo,'c, at 'the opera houso tonight Next WeeKs OUR l Sold by all leading n . Vrvqqisis Only, 50 detain 'Cimr-'dHCounty Court Pulley held Pit k Itobb tin grand Jury under 1100 bond 'o tr u wcr the charge of attempting oninu, Judge Mm. I In the Bottle l l ndi-- r pence bond Ocir t ,0 bond on a rillle Pray aga.nst Iteltl w.18 also held nr-a- ch In o r r $1.00 to $8.00 Cummins & Wearen, of Pi"1 Laxative Sent Free te Try It may be taken for granted that "What a Relief!" Only the w6man who has tried knows "what comfort and relief a New Perfection brings into the kitchen. Oil Cook-stov- e ' It is not only that the New Perfection cooks so well It saves so much work in other ways. There are no ashes to clean up before going to bed ; no fire to bank for the night. Everything is ready for cooking in the morning at a touch of a match. You are saved from an overheated kitchen; saved from soot and dirt ; saved from chopping wood and carrying coal. In the kitchen or the laundry, for the lightest or the most elaborate meal, you will find the New Perfection stove with the New Perfection oven is the best and most convenient. . M,j, wkfl 1.2 t.j 3 ilWifr, with turquatM l ltifadto nitty Itlua VDimctrtJ tkuurrh omKh1 ihrousrMMit. Counter will be U a feature. Don't i fail to see the I I cheap articles on j this counter. The Infant daughter of Jordan ,1'loyd pa.sed nway Tuetday as u re suit of an attack of indigestion, nud .vaj, bulled at Pleasant Point Wed-ncMlay. Tho parents havo tho cym-- i pi.tliy of a large number of friend in their liereaveiuent Stanford, Kentucky. lflOlJTTtt;rrr7UT-,aassHaa-sBa- Severance JL 'stewtsjft A ji t ffV 1 ; Bsy l BETSY'S POINTERS: m . X11U. vUll, oianiora. iciiLUvwiy. qM"Kai? V."t '''0 1r4 L, 6V.. JfcV ffleertectiois LVrJTlaIJS'.il QiLCteoMtovc I ifiiisaifi iiisfraissi if 1 - , IK - tad ttovi caa tuJ with or wnKoultrabrtifllnp, bthij ttlrd wnh drop ahUf i, lowf rack, etc Oct tt vtaheiti tr writt for d Knpittt (.uvular ta ih ocarctt iiescr 2- " lt .r Sfandard Oil Company 'Zncorporttc4t "Molly and I agrco that counter-lei- t goodi money und substitute come ft out tho sanio parents, The t,oin and the goods may very closely re lembie tho genuine but behind them You Is neither honor or nouesty. will Mud' no substitutes, only ths geuulne of Btnudiird quality at Coffey i- Coleman's. sow t. tl e tlmo for that Ice Cream and Water Cooler. We have hem COFFEY & COLEMAN, - onone 196. Prompt Delivery 1C Smith of the Traffic Clearing House, Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mr. George D. Turner, a lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thousands of mothers who use It themselves and give It to their children would take too much space to mention. The reason they prefer Srrup Pepsin Is that It Is a mild, centle laxative-toni- c that does not gripe effective and yet so mild that babies ojm take It. Its lonlo ingredients lavlcorate the body and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that they scaln do their work naturally. If you nave been a Lexington, Ky. J42 N. Broadway, victim ot salts, pills and stroncr cathartics you will discard them when you once use 8yrup Pepsin. VssysWa .Art You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar hottle of any drug-gist-, but before doing- so you may want to try It free. If so, send your address to Dr. CaldMake your home as modern for your family as a ico, MR. FAKMEIl: well and he will promptly forward a free sample bottle. Then, being- - conin u position to get tho latest market isolations vinced, do as others are doing- and buy 'esitlenco, and place youn-elIt In the regular way of your favorite at nuy time. This can bo accomplished by means of our (o'ephoiio serrlco drueelst. neighbors can jjtt for a turn that is Ftnall compared with Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the which you and your purchaso of hli remedy ends his obll- - tho beiieliU received. Call or address our neareot ollico or write direct to specialized fration. He has diseases forIn stomach, leadoiartent, Nashville, Tenn., lor iniurtnation rejfurilinjj our special "Fartver and over forty years and bowel bo pleased to Blvo the mer- Liiii" rate. If you nre mt at jircaent mi "juitf will servico, wo reader any advko on tho subject free th. Hutu of Kentucky. n iminedtatli interest you, "ur 'iik ot charge. All are welcome to wrlto him. Whether for the medical advice Loin '" no i 0 e e(,i,ii rn porti. n of Indiana and or the free sample 'iildress him Dr, Tennessee, M W II, Caldwell, . EAST TKNNEtefcK TEL. & TEL. CO. Culdwell building. IUiaoU. Uontlccllo, 111. C. ElrlDc It to their families, men like Mr. there is no family of any size that goes very long without needing a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. We havo scores of letters from mothers, and scores from prominent men saylnc they are using- It personally and c kii i il OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stock to select from. Wm. Adams & Son. f - 'vvssyVv tAsWW TELEPHONES. RURAL - - fvr , - -" tMJUjU111 r - JSjfc. u. P Read n What They Say! w u w IK G. B. Williams H m MS.toMBKniBaS.MMMM Purchasers. W. T. B. EXCURSION AUGUST TO SOUTH-WES- T miiBaUMIIIMliattaKKSIEHRail 1 St! LANDS. Read What They Say! Bankers. aMW 1 ! N M W Bl COMMEnClAL TRUST COMPANY. 00. E ra m KJ President. WILLIAMS . SONS Hanked. TEXAS IRRIQATE I! Capital 11,000,000 K m Kansas Clt), Mo. July .Mr. W. H. m 10. MM I M H W M Irrlnc, Ky.. July Texas Land Development (Mty Mo, 5 1911. Co., Kansas H Gentlemen' K I Railroad Fare Only $39.95 Round Trip. By Special Arrangement We Can Make This Cheap Party Fare. If "We Have 25 or More in Party we Will Furnish Free Pullman Berth. nh, Stanford, Ky. " ' I 'Mir Sir: Development At the request n( tho Texan l.uud Company, 1 nm ! u have Just returned and I 1 from your wrltliiK you a personnl letter relative to thc standing of this company, which TcxaH lands am very much found every- a m pleased with the trip. thing Just as you represented It and liked the land well enough to huy I understand Is composed of very prominent bin In em men whom wo belluto hnvo tho ability of handling 1 R homo of It. t H about Dec. expect to go to my land 1st to spend the winter aa H I don't think I could find a more deN lightful climate In which to upend Yours truly the winter. (Slyned.) C1KO. 11. m m W DC M WILLIAMS Go With us and Inspect This Land Which Can be Made to Pay for Itself in one Crop. 20 Acres of This Land Will Produce More Profit With Less Labor Than 1 60 Acres of Dry Land. th0 proposition. I Mr. It. T. Ilurgo Is nt I s ho hi'iul of tlie hCllliiR coiiipnny and fully bellon (Signed) ou can rely upon any-thin- lie may tell you. Yours truly 8 It. 0. .mmnkki:k I PIONEER TRUST COMPANY Cnpltnt & Surplus 1600.000 SS 0. W. WITT Judge of Kstlll County Price $100 Per Acre With Water! It'll Kansas City Mo. July 10th 1'JU Mr. W. S. Klsh, Stanford, Ky, Irvine, Ky., June 29, TO Whom It May Concern: 1 M M H H have Inspected One Third Cash And Balance In Three Yearly Payments! WE HAVE SOLD LAND To a number of prominent men in Irvine, Paint Lick and lear Slr: Mr. It. T nurge. ol the Texas Uind Deto'opment Company has been 3 s M m m m Southwest Tciaa and that Is claimed for It M by thc Texas Land Deielopmont Co., Although the fanners In this section wero not through planting corn, I found the first crop of corn cut and In asttire find It to b0 all ARE GOING WITH US Presi- - dons business with ut for several inonhg and came to us highly recommended by I other points. We refer you to George B. William, in the shock In Texas. I talked with m m them prosperous and content and mak H Ing more ruonoy 'than It seena possible to make on a farm. a number of farmers and found all of dent of William & Sons' Bank; County Judge O. H. Witt, of Irvine; also Dr. Carmen, O. L. Arnold, Hammack Bros., Tom Grady, all of Paint Lick, and Jas. Henry, of Kirksville. -- 8 H The climate was Ideal and every man in our party purchased a farm. ,, Yours truly. - We will take a d of people from Central Kentucky W. a. run and J. W. Acey, of Stanford; County Judge Link Wdl Ubcriy. Dr King8 Mountain; R. H- Metcalf, cashier McKinney Bank; J. I. Hamilton, attorney Lancaster; E. L. Woods, President Peoples Bank, Paint Lick. Many others will go. We waat you to sec our .and before you buy. car-loa- the Commerco Tmst consid- Tp, Co, with whom be ha erable luilnms for several yean rhey stMetl that they had ft ery high opinion of Mr. ilurge and hi buslncMi methods. Our experience with Mr Ilurge hsg been most satisfactory We think, In view of our own expert ence nnd the experience of the Commerce Trust Company that Mr. Ilitreo of tho la entitled to the confldem YourB truly public. lnetlnB (Signed.) II. II. UAUVKY donj S (Signed.) O. W. WITT TEXAS LAND DEVELOPMENT CO. 916 Commerce Bldg. Kansas City Mo. rite W. S. Fish or Wallace Steele, Stanford, orR. H. Metcalf, McKinney, Ky. ! Secretary No Droughts! U w RHWggmrEKSEI Deep Artesian Wells Furnish Watev When It Is Needed Crops Harvested Every Day In The Year. BMaMMBWK WSPBWH No Crop Failures wwmBBlflWMiSKW BWWlBllMMl'HKaHMS BHimiBHWSMWHl John Cook sold a nice horse to Joo HUBBLE THE FARMERS MID-SUMME- R IN MEMORIAM. Now land this week for 5145. , L. Sloan and Jame8 Harris went High Clcud, W. O. Walker's crack For Sale. Klne Duroc Bhoats subIn memory or John Ilruce. Infant ject to register. L. U Phillips, It. D. young three year old stalllou, Is to Elixir Springs Sunday to bpend k0n- - of Mr- nml Mr8 1a,e K,nB' whol suffering severely from a nail in his a few uayj. .No. 1, Ilox 401. ded Jl)le ;,9tll j,,,, nt 6 ..ft x M Pat Id Itankin bought two mighty foot. Mrs. William Smith, of I'crryI Io, of n rompllcatlnn of troubles, aged il Afl frttt Imiln.. Iinii.ln ft..ftW.t r.tdl nice mulct) at Danville court day, one Is lsllln Lor sister Mrs. .las. II NOTICE OF SALEI ,o Bao h)m WM im bM (!od at H2.r,0 and ouo at $160. Ho got knew best, and took our baby home, Weaver. ROUND TRIP FROM them from Doc Middleton. Lincoln Circuit Court, io uwen wun mm. lie of and pure for hiH earth. was too ood Mr Joe Dunbar and brother Our home Is' August Bonce, l'lalntilf, vg Koutalno UujboII county were visiting their M) lonely will-ouour baby He vrns. FARM FOR SALE! V.. ullntl n lirfvlit lirvh In mi I.WI.jr. ,w ..... u ....,,... ... u... hn.A l"ox Uobbitt Defendant. brother Mr. Sid Dunbar last week. one knew him, but to love him. It was And All Way Stations Pursuant to a Judgment rendered In We will tell privately a form ot hard to ghe hlui back to tied who I. Sloan went to see his brother about 130 acres In I into n county. the above styled cause at tho May T "M lnnn nt Ilrvnntcvlllu Vmwlliv tBVp 111 ' ",. Ky.. f Hut I hae a thnugl.t, my baby, ,,, Stigall. ' Somer-iAn(mile (wi Crab Onh- V. I), and J of I tourl' ,t B00theg the s0 OI)I)resBed. ard, nicely located. mostlv bottom torm IJ"' f ttle ct were up to see llietr bister .Mrs. ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $5.50. This includes your To a home beyond the river land, very productive. Kverv arro tiio urd;risnea couiml sloncr will on You hao gone to sweetly rest: tillable, an abundance of stock water, J .('. llankin Sunday. MONUAr, AUU. H. And I lime a and eopcclally adapted to corn and! board and admission to the several routes in Cave. Mr. Kvorett Stone is visiting here While I Journey, faith God glveg me. weary, here. prasB. Good tenant house of three County court day, at 1.3U o clock, 1 tills week. If I Rain a home In Heaven I on farm. looma Terms reasonable ji in Iront of tha court touse door I.ast Thursday ocnlng three joiiu I shall meet my baby there Apply at once to. Ilu s.aurorll. Kv.. sell at nubile out-- ! MOTHKK tnugha camc to Jas, Reazley's a ten It. II. Ilronaugh, Jgent. 41tf 'cry to tho highest and best bidder ant on It. U. Uratton's p ace and beCINCINNATI MARKET the following described real eutatc In gan to abuse the family. They all got Cincinnati, Ju y JO. Cattle Lincoln county, Ky,, Public Sale S!)ti; market extremely slow: away from the house scared and ran A tract of land situated about two Mr. neazley was o d Io choice dry fed light butcher The best magazlnp In the world Is badly scared that FARM FOR SALE MUST BELIEVE IT. rullt'H fiom Crab Orchard, Ky., on tho fitttuva th Saturday livening ran to Mr. Uratton's to get him to lower, u.xub awuj , mi uiuci heifer inoro good, high class I'ojt. It has my 1?,DS 3.25 steers (fC.10; short fiction inn" J Cfau 0rcharJ and Somerset road lie m, protect dim. And he soys he don't C; $1,&j on JULY, calve than any other macazlnt. published When Stanford People tne Iands know what happened arter he got to UM dull cowti weak. 2, at 1:30 P. M., one pony. buKp.v u(),lnded on ,he Nortl1 b closed and i'550c lower, and Is Issued once a week. All thc Tell It So Plainly. t James Willard; on the Kast by tho and harness, cow and calf, sow nnd We will so 1 at public auction In Mr. Hratton'g but lie thinks, he ran $::r7.30 .Hogs Kecelpts:i,su:: mar ladles know what the Ladles Home pigs, about 200 chlckenB, colt. corn, land of James Clark, on the South 5c lower; packer.. Journal Is; and It's now Issued twlc-When public enaorrouient Is uiuile liont of tho court house, In Stanford, ono way and Dick tho other, to lost ket generally month. Let the Interior Journal also corn f eld Just laid by. House Uy tUs ianU8 of u. w. (luest. and on1 I6.h57: stags ?J.C05 25; common Ky on the second Monday In SeptemIlls hat anil shoes. 4.7S;6.:'5; pigs and lights order either 01 both of th for yon. oy a representative citizen of Stansowb .uu uuu n,i..ii;u luillliurt eriUB $4.00 jffj'JU. sheen market steady I.uke Carpenter. Hustonvl le. the West by tho. Crab Orchard and cash. r send In your renewal of subscrip- ford tho proof la positive. You must ber at 2 o'clock I'. M., the farm known Mr. King sayu It looks like a cytion. It can savu you money. Somerset road, containing gixty, (CO) clone, had passed through his corn and receipts 8.457, II 7ilfa.50; lamb One mile on Liberty Plke four nnd a half miles from Stanford believe It Head this tiMtlmuuy. frwwl iitnnrlv in nfrnn'I muitlimi otnl acres more or less. YVnn Mlnll aff ttAAAA n Tmv man, woman or child with nny en tho Hustonvllle pike. ,ul'ovlu' "" """'b ' weak, 3(7.1'5, ""'icomraon kidney trouble wll find profit In tb Terrible Affair at Burnside Terms. The said property will bo caster waB at tno urattou pond risnine i This farm contains onu hundred nnd bolii oji a credit of six months, and llfty acres, one hundred of which la in rending. he Interfered and had the young men Sprains require careful treatment Clporge Klls. of Greenwood Whitney l'10 purchaser will be required to glv0 arrested their trial set for Thursday. Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's John T. Itnrnctte Itowliiml St, Stan lino state of cultivation. Over ouo nty, and Thomas Hilton, of thc bond for the purchase price, with per-- t T. C. lord, Ky., nys. "I iiB.d n great num Rankin bought a pair of muleg Liniment freely. It will remove the "H) place, are In jail ar Somerset. b0nul security approved by the Com-n- . ter ol kldnev romedles durliiR tin) thousand dollam worth of locust post quickly tho parts at Danville Monday. We didn't learn norenei8 nnd condition.restore sale by al past three years nml I ran say that ran bo rut from this pluce, also a lot rpod with stcxitlng to death Mngls- to a healthy Kor Dunn's Kidney I'llls brought mo tho of walnut lumber. Thomas Oamlin, of Greenwood. "UB,"ontr' Ule barae uemR l,ayat"0 w tho price. dealers. . Marshul William Heath, of Hurn. Idui, bearing six pur cent interest from A splendid stock pond fed by u nevrelief I receUed. .My work M.lu Tho shootlnt; wag done in tho'dato ot sale until paid, with lien me to do heavy llftliiK nnd stoop er rullnc spring. or In Ilurnslde Uaed on the land to secure the pay- my kidneys. of MaiUial Heath. liiK nnd till i weakened About sixty acres of this farm Is esNotice! Kills, who Is said to have been drunk: BOURBON POULTRY I suflrred trom a pain acros the bond- - and tue Ba' tD my back that otteu beenmo pecially adapted to the raising of Hemp tho time, was arrested by his friend ment of 8ald t small of the force and effect of a llaralltnn, nnd taken to the office CURE so Inlonso I was unable to do any- - iiinl tobacco. Thore they round ment Heath. I iih feelliiK mlHcrablu when New, f)vo room house, Just com down the throat of &pot Ihllirf. bum In. a Muglstmto of Greenwood ii,0purfo8 of said sale Is to chicken, dedrori tb worms I learned of Dtmn H Kidney I'll s nnd pleted. Olio mile Irom church und and savst tha chick's III. they were recommended so hlKhly J"dg t rendered ,n favor of Alewdropiln lha dilakloe that I procured n Hiir.ply at Hhuxnri liChool. Onu large tobacco barn, built water cures and lln. but nobody know8 what started ) plaintllf against the defendant for tfie remedy last fall, also Kood stock barn. Ten Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roud. Canker. t Tanner's DniR DISELA.SE KUVf me almost Store. This the row, nor will the survivors dijBuuof J10O, with six per cent Inter-cun- a Itvfcint relief unci ucrea of young orchard. only known that, within Ltft frou, AuK, 10 1908 until paid sub-- a For tha treatment ol White Diarrhoea In chick i lor that reason I gladly recommcnti It. It Is Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry This In a splendid home nnd must and Ulackhead and other dlaeatet In lurkers few jnluutes after Kills and Hilton It." Mm Kum BcruL Didrfow. Kr urn "I tut um llnin 1 144 for t0 n credlt of '10 Pald March ,l'. uj tfilll lit bert room there was a fusr-i' entwed the . For sale by all dealers I'rlre Cue be seen to be appreciated. If no ale (nfar iramir mtot. llcwnptudliiiilmMknlSaullul. CURE HIS 10 EQUAL I0UIHII fWL!r ViUCouM.U4nUw.,Kr..Hr.r;'OMdrop cJ lJp. J.opJ dra u. UIM t.c'.f Rile of shotB nd Hoith and (lamlln It'll, and the costs or thl8 action, er Co Uuffalo, New Is made tnls farm will b0 rented on Koster Mllburn chici. LlU IM worm IM icImvc th. cluck I BMAally. Ill th. bctl dccvcaIi. 1 L... evef b were found dead Tho shooters wir- - tlmated at J35. This Ju v 10. tail. Yory, bo o mjeiita for the United Nfg. nd GiuriBttcd bf J. Rukt Crumt. Birdstown, Ky. Price SOc at all Orubtt. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallona of mccNcloe. tho acme date, to tho highest bidder rowljr missed a mob but tbe IulaiW aK0 D KLOIlKNCB. M. C. U Stites. C tor Balu Ry . SOLD BY A. 1). KOOT. v for W year of 1912. 5 Hemember tho nnmeDoan's anil T J ,U11( Au.y f0f ,,laIntl(f, luuuyr PENNY'S DRUQ STORE S 1ANF0RD,. KENTUCKY. NEW STANFORD DRUQ CO, no H1VIMBEIUIE lBff0afllllllll VACATION TO !! .. Mammoth Cave STANFORD, the t i... $4.35 THURSDAY JULY 27. 1 one-hnt- w0"1" .. 111 Regular Train 4:40 A. M. in. One Evening for Promenade or Dance. A Grand 2 Days Outing. Write or Phone L. & N. Ticket Weil-Known At. to-wl-t: JTTn, awi ...v aft-US- ; a 1 50-2- Kv-tr- y u"J Y SS3fflBP I ti' 4 ONE R0P e lirt ofl'ao , Judg-Marsh- f Poultry Raisers .; :z'cv.:,vZr F PREVENTS ct .. ril a 1 take other. 55-t- iW i .avmfci "" ""' " iHmmiimmm r.