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The Stanford interior journal: July 25, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911072501_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 25, 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. The StANFORb Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. S8. 8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUE8DAY JULY 25 1911 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. Illntt, ago fi.l, wife of PLAN TO BRING BRO. Allen Illntt, of near Illatt post office, In town on Ihla nllltlrt .Ha.I unu .. Knn.ii.tfl.. Tlicro was n ....... ,, ..mi n,A n nub.." VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS vuuni re ,, i c --- -. BARNES' BODY HOME anroTnnr.Tinw1;.. ,, ., w .. GREAT LANCASTER FAIR POPULAR STANFORD GIRL WED8 Monday, County Court dny, ns -'iiinesn, on Thursday July 18th. Shoi MAN. SHOULD BE 8TOPPED was n daughter of A T 1'Uh of Will FORMER LINCOLN Ih waiting to como In to the idle bPLtNDID CHANCES FOR BRIGHT DANVILLE FRIENDS START MOVE. fair MiIb week. THREE DIG DAYS' EXHIBITION A hutlmnd nnd two Children, Allien of Miss Loiiotla BOYS AND GIRLS TO ATTEND Tim innrrlngo ) car- MENT TO RAISE FUND FOR DEOIN3 AT GARRARD'S CAP' in CM somcining is "no i.i mo ., .. ... .. .1 ..... I'dnrliwl1 John I.. Krnncln sold n throe-nanK or.llrodhenu ami .Ml. -- lt. fl ,... ..- -j , ,., Davis, of , 3TATE UNIVERSITY. , vvnitp Cf mm cuy mm THAT PURPOSE enl. flltr,j, to prevent tho wlioloM)i Minnie Illntt, left to mourn tho death ITAL TOMORROW . In ..r lt.l.II ' -""" n lioininn oi a.uui.. ;...., tint,, ' tulfn , willtlny county, for 200. destruction pf fish nn,j game In and of n good chrlstnin, wife, mother and " Danvlllo Ky. July 22 'I ""'',uor" amnion. .r.u..u. , ..." ,afpn . t of BOnson. Kentucky fields will ho IBIaat to that re est Inl Anderson, n colored womnni' on, , i All road run to lnaonler this surprise to meir ii,., .... . r lis In the Stnto I'nlverJty at . niimniir.. itnucli- Kdltnr of th0 Interior Journal great (.alienator fnlr .....i i. " "'r'U nnU Tie ,rtyi0',,,,0)tdn"cw,kl,yMr8'J-1)'""llewhich ought to bo rilM.'1"1"' ."""l1" ' Tho burial took place at Those who hold In Barred memory u. Wl.lt of this r n thoi'"11" wor """ Ken now tlicro w nut lltll. iiBoomchlll on Krldny Inst-.- Mt. stat la tomorrow, Vernon Weduoeda), and tors of ' ' ore, thn name or Oeorge O. itarnes, will be 4,TI,. omnn I, n,,rmoi nnd Is well known nnd admiral Ior tll0 gun or pol0 and line, and the tf la.ml. the prfple of I.tntyi n county wd . racehed a letter on tho subject whi Crnli -. rn.e grmm w.M formerly interested to know that there Is on constant h" undoubtedly paJnmlio It liberally ' 'f MT- - VERNON PERSONALS. J Interest to oery parent In Mn; foot a movement to raise n fund Tor now n proaporom, v.o.afon of law In the slnrt. tl.ay have no rlr of tluHr own Orchard and Is bringing his body and Mrs Harness' mm .. in coin who oat) u mini 10 .lirimn In lnnl.mlrv fni flnnt Intnrniant or Canadian, Texas, nro here for a and they havo tio warmer rrieiHla any- young liiilnnlrl man of Mobile wh Is Judgo It. 0. Williams and Mrt. Wlbl ,.Iinnp ...elr Itlmtre.l nn.l Trlends nc f Tholr wedding took plneo In Jelllco tttu) witn (jiirrnril rclnlhoa. .Mr. to oory y..,r g rl, It reads seeking i ,tfit use of dynamite nnd selnea. where thntt tho good people of Qaru fol-whnt Jb known to havo Trim, on Thursday, whero thoy will Ilronddus, wbo Is a Kcntucklau, begnu after h gher tlilnga. rr.t muintv Tw" things are necessary ror tho Hams of Covington nro tho guests ot cording to very been eno dear wish or theirs, remain for about two week thn guest a rertal Sundn, at the Ctirlstlan l OW8, or the game and lUh. One Airs. Mario Wlfiiains. pr. um list has htcu A anlondld ' desired by Lexington, Ky, Jul) 22 proaorvntlon . , ,. .,.... , Mra.M. H. Sailn wag lost nt a very and earnestly haa already Miss Mario Holtnnn's brother there. Mr church at llctbc of ' Arranged lor th three dars' exhlh been pledgSome monoy Information has been received here My Dear Mra. Dickey: "ol,min wi" ll,cn R" ,0 li.ow existing, and the other Is tho levcly dinner Wednesday evening ed nnd some already paid In Danvl lo If inn am. nutuhcr ot Lincoln's bmt n'"' liv relathes of the serloiiB Illness ofi n mninlmr nf Hm tMnmt. to hex house guest and It Is sure tlflt th,e Mends In Stnn horsos will go over after trt rlrli bile to make their home stocking of Btrcams and (fields by Complimentary 'Mian Hessle I'rlce. of Clark county, , , Commttco of tllc stato Ko,lprll. or Owenton,. Those pres- rord will b0 glad tn participate In this purses that have been hung up. The the pretty oiing daughter of Mr. nnd nieang of fish hatcheries and gamo Mw. Poor, worthy cause. It Is not unlikely that . 1 coi!ilot,. program for the three i!js '.Mrs. Cicero I'rlce former residents, of 'ln '""I "s l'rcsldent of the Woman a I reserv es ent wer0 Jllss Martha Williams, tho property In Florida where they Mrs. o'dney Uunbar "ppealed Club of State linherslty Umcaster. W. J. Sparky S. D. Lewis Cloo Tho killing off the game vvtvi n rc wor0 temporarily burieu win sooner First Day Mule Clan. j Coleman (lullcy, tho courteous man- - to th0 Stnte Kederatlon or Woman'h nnd Annlo or later pass Into hands strangers to Horse mule under 1 year JIB. ,11 It of u prejudice agaipst game laws, ISrown, Margaret Crimes ager of W I Komans' picture show c , , ,, i0uln lllo Mny 2, LaBed on tho belief t year U, tho family and so tho history or most M.trn mule miller PASSES TO HER REWARD EARLY it. Just now wearing n beamltiK smile that game laws Miller. 8, grounds will be reHorse initio 1 year and under 2 I1R SATURDAY MORNING Mrs. C. C. Williams and Miss Mnalo family burying ..mil the reason l that n hnndsom- - to IM,Bt ' "'I'nB all vacant scholar- wore advocated so.ely for tho benetlt peated by a gradual obliteration ot Maro mule 1 rar and under - II ittle son Is now n welcome lsltor In chips In State University. nf rltv linntnrs. hilt thn nconln now V'llllainH wero In Louisville last week. all markings or the graves. Will not I .nni ..llli.M' ... . , ''. .Mill..I ..n.l..r . v "Il.l. ...I.,.'. 1l hi. home Since the Stato Federation Inaugu- - rca,Uc Hubble. July .1 Mar,, nnd mute .. foal (foal nt sldo 2f. I lmt good game nw, r0 for Mlss Rebecca Watson Is tho guest tho Interior Journnl mention mis anu ... . flu Mfilnr.tiiv nnrfilni? nt . o clock....... ... .. - -, Jllss Norma Klnioro . Itnlteil ., the ratio tne nmvemeni lor eiiucniion.ii tli(. benefit of everybody. .. , or Frankfort relatlvoj. She will also then constitute itself a commltt0 9 to 5a"nie bia. " 'ouimunity was n, - , s -- " monoy may be paid In . betterment In Kentucky, It Is gratifyand ""dor the entire Mare or gelding I ... ......... ...v before returning whom such l'ho Kentucky Fish and (Jatno Pn- - vjjlt In Louisville u 1, iiuj ui'.iii. n ...is. .,i.n-wiuuei 2 115 Stanford and tho writer will answer lug to nolo th,. improvement w mm j (cclho Absoc,atl-jnonoreu guesi a unmij-nu8 now lryinK to home. Mare or gelding 2 jeor and under Dunbar, nt her homo on the Danville and rownB for Danville papers doing the anme at Inviting menu wns a'"ed have resulted. Hetter laws have ueui fict evcr Ijincaster pike. Sh,. had been, Mr W. J. Spark8 Is making a bus". this end or the lino. lIintcr and ,8ilcrman In t:o nnd Ollle w. . Messrs. Joe Hnselden a sentiment has been crcat- - ,l0 stato lntcra,teii jn tho passage of iicss trip to Chicago. Mare or gelding 3 inra and under 1111 Invalid for IB years, but bore her1 Thla Is not nuthorlzed by Miss sutlcrlngs with greni fortitude Sliohice tire proving thetnslveg hustling ed nnd educational enthusiasm has',iettpr ,aW) nothing 4 SMI sure ot Mrs. John Williams, Mrs. Frances Mnrle, but It Is more that aon(. th,8 Mne ' "'ne nien In the sales they Just kind, patient woman, had n deeply than ltoy rider under 12 yean of ng. I If, whs could, touch her held nt Cnib Orchard nnd Junction followed With Proresbor T. J. Coates. p,aI1B ,8 for the stata t0 cnarR0 Adanu and Miss Tevlg Hcthumm havo 8 kind word for everyone would such n testimonial Irora her Harne't Clan. Slate Supervisor or Rural Schools, ngr.'nty. The) aod .,Srt lots at tho ,ccnat of one do,ar pcr year t0 Mrs Dunbar was 'ir. )onrs of mother's I haeton wny If. hnnda and under nt the Junction wit,, tho Ixiulavlllo Commercial Club cvery , wno huntg on otller men.s returned from Somerset where they father's friends and her FHItJND Place and was daughter of John II (irleves A Miir,. jr giddlng nil) age 1X0 were th0 guests ol Judge II. J. Hethtir than would this. per 101 ai ..... i..ue She wK married to Sid- remains ie of Vlieliilii In them, with the Stato ,am ,. , Htnlllnn 1 ear and under 2 11." charge of um and family. Theodore Currey, of thl city, was Interested ney Iiimlnr In December, ISrtS and Pony Clan Other than Shetland united In mnrrlng'e to Mis Harriett "range wotklng for them nnd with ,;CMtcKy at least ten dollars per year Against Law Enforcement Archie Cooper and Hen Flsbbacl: Mnrn or goldlng anv age. Host dec- moveil from Russell to Lincoln coun , Mrs. Charles P. Weaver our Stato Heetwood. In Home, (5a.. tho Chris-hunting In this tate. blrallar lawn nro visiting friends in Livingston. crntud turnout drlrn b) no) or gir tv In IKS t. She Is survived by her l.an ..... iWMVo vU)rKlng for them and with' fcr 1 (Lexington Herald) veuicie nnu luisli.itiil, two nrotnera ami two sis- - made rhiirch minister oltlclntlng tluuta for ) cars been In dn pm) under 11 nanus Mrs. John Knglemnn nnd daughter n short bridal trip to , M h, State .orec in ever) niaio in tho Unlon ux. Ueorntloit8 50 per cent; pony ftO per tors. Governor Wlllaon was elected Gov. ' of Atlanta Is tho guest or Miss Ida t.Miga and ar,. now at the grooms Funeral services were held at the Imme lent of Hshools improvement cc), KontnCky and about threo other Mao Lexington street, being snow Orgnnlzer crnor because of the belier on the Adams. Shetland, under 4S Inclea to be rid- - residence at 2 30 o'clock Moiida) by lereil on with (ongratiilntlons, both be Leagues laboring In the name field, 'g(nteBi boy around the ring thrco n,v c ! c.xik, pastor of the Dan W. Ilrown will leave shoitlv part" or r majority or the votes that he Mrs. T. den by gverv popular the nriMtiecta for our rural schools would bring to tho discharges ol Under such a Jaw sufficient fund(for an oxtcn(,ed trlp tilrollgh vl o llaptlat church, of which sh(. was in tlmiii Instesl pony nny nge 110 V A Lear, Umcaster's enterprising aro serv he at the home. ,. ,, n iiixmber Harnett Clas. After could be raised to employ men to scei the duties ot Governor trained ability exported tlireo Mare or goldlng 2 carH and under t10 remnlna were follow id to their rtocl: trnder, from her( Haturday, iar Th,. His,, Schools likevvlr. are pro Ulat (hc ,, nnd gaIno ,aWH nrc en and a high sense or duty. Profound the .. I.. I, ..It... ..... nM..,n. loads of hogs .1.... luiii-i. . . .. 3 20 .1.1 iiimiiiiii-ii-iiiiiiki tihimiii; ..I..-.i..nin.i.,: rot ceil, and to provide siocks 01 imii '" w,mc or I,,R l,,lrc,18l, been rclt because 00",R """ w,ul "" i""- Rockaway Ola1. 8Dent several dayg In Louis- - disappointment has III linntlllt, by n large ntimbci 1,,"lownc lT), ..... ii.i .! .,nanu',,ucr .u,.n ,.f lTr..uir Mellenrv Iltioaile. 20 Saiiiiders .i Unnonnd iv... or his course In many Instnncefi. We Mare or gelding ' years or over rU"",H- ville last week. , state . .,, hu ,1M1,11Ilnr,,.r,. .. , from Judge A I) Cord ,v . Iocs at 1' ,w .r irtirv rnvro f!f folaoil vtstnit, Saddle CIjii. , , ,wimII . A J0hiiiiiiI HirkcrH.-i- Cc. from .,MJ.t y., .. ....,.... .,..,.. ,.,.,. Mr. Con Brawn as .host at an In - ' cuiiiu iiuui ui, uia uiuiu Ds.iwj .. w ryr.imRiON Stalllmi 4 )eors or ovar 140 -... rorr.A. - -- ' -- - ".. uu.... hogs nt t, lit- v ,, . T atson 4U ... .' forlnaj dinner iwuic ai tne country r.. . High Acting Harness das. . , .... . TO wl:rA. FALLo ., ,f..tilv ,..,i.i'.t ..,... i... m....j Club Thursday t,...i,. havo we, but neither we nor any oth-- 1 " ...p..rf i.rnilfitn" tn know tluil .,u..i.iii(. i, c uuiun mieiy HniriiMi .". i'hih i." docked) Mr l.ear ..ti; or I Must b. cobbwl evening. fall 011 ,.... .!.... .1 ..u ..!.... lambs having bought them as foIowH. the Kentucky Federation ut Woman s cens and the burden vo-iler man In the Stato, bo Tar as wo II Mnr0 or coldlng an.- nge Ro. Mrs. Frank Miller, or Indianapolis, "" ZZZnZ --0 Clul)8 "et U"a "UlcMo' ,n m. ould Iv Bln.l to pa, oSc Rcadater Cla. know, hag over questioned the sinceri0 has been In Mt, Vernon several days I'alr. nnv nge regard es of sex or junto. Thoiipand Is nnds and Montreal (J u et work wllch wc ty or hfa purpose to servo the stato to s'nall a sum lor so much pleasure.' r lac- C 5" noiiniev u,lt ,,"'rc befor going to Crab Orchard Springs K-color JR0. luesda). August 1st la Queen J 7l".p0UII', "ali;,,g nt - '.:.c from o do, and thl8 time it is for the head, Qno of the big benefits to bn derli- uphold and cnforce the luw. Th0 aitc-- j Day Mule Second Hon C. C. Williams and Judge L. W. Creacellt Hnilte In Connection With 7. ,,,,,. - .. , ,.H ...... .... w, ill. lit. Hi., on. mi, .. cessful candidate for tho Republican DAY. I, If. I.'., up. Ifn.ili. .t -- .. I". .uu..rw.. C-- ..K th.iiiuhI IC1lambs nt- .f. w. mliirnllniinl .valom., th Ktllta ... rrnm l!m fnrmni.. ". from . ... . Arnold iiniverslty. It ls possll. v to l.eej forccment or tb" jiostlilg nwj nil1 Bethtirum were In Louisville last nomination for Governor made a des-Horse mule 2 veara mid under 3 -- ' ,H Lake Trios Itecular ticket, rend I?...., T -. ''t '"." J- - " ,"l"; 12f.O students there on schokirEh.p all keeping tresp.mers off ti choir lands. Mnre mule 2 )mr and under S 120 nig MA Mif Kour to Cleveland hiiU I. perato fight to provent'tho endorse Horso mule, anv tae I2 M . S Itv between ('lev eland and ' ,;",,",,, 7', Mm,,,',,,,',! nmb ment of tho present state administraat .".i "o !"-- ' This ear SOU UidouU ma Under tho present conditions, a great Mnre mule an) nge 12. COMMISSIONER'S SALE ... 1. .. v :! Miinu -- " nil.. 1111..v -- - ill iiiii. iiiiiii iiiiniv iiirn tion and succeeded In preventing tho " ' ir vtr ii ihi'iiih 111 hit """ Arnoldvii If.:....... ......... ...vu. To be driven to fdriu wagon rntir..! f,.r I., , ,.,. tlw. Clntnlnn.l'irui" ' ''" ii,. ..ii in ov nAii ini pound 'rinti iTiinii -- .. 70 nppotmmcnU to be imposed upon rather to than 1 hese appointments name or tho Republican Governor ot fr0In ,l! .te llunalo Tranali Cos steamers or!nL I'alr mules, an ae H IHiril. 11 fiiOwned or exhlWtd by one Individual Northern S S So between Cleveland '.imiis ni ir Hello l'lo)d lor ., i.,,..., i.,. ,1,,. ...nn,.. w. hru.1 S?in. ,lrtv.. linntinii,i nun . tint n nnlil irimirt Casev Circuit Court of Kentucky Kentucky from being mentioned In bought 4 sho.Us from --MTul inMmr.! II. II. McAnlnch's Vtuirnrfl lAl lu nrnnr. tlllfTnlfl or frm i,n.,., -,,n ,.,!, ...... c Administrator' tho platform. It Is against Judgc UtllUVIIUIrlllO .1. lIWrui..uii fcw ...v. . ...... .....UM ..w.u ..tltl Mtabl of mules, f.mr or mor l0. teiftn ffplfAlfi lirtuflktr. nrn lll.tlt.uf ,,t and Heirs. Plalntlfrs vs II II. McAn- ag'' In tho matter. . desire and over the protest V S. Kikln, of Allan- - her of white children of school . III nuit !r - .T L.J ...1 Harness C'us tT." person, 1 )onr and tinder 7 ... . r,r....,.v Z, A .,. ... n. Mate or gldln ... v .,.".'!..... in. a'r.. guest- - ot Mlis Jennie Duncan.n . . coimty any ... . . between .. III order to m.iko the ..employment - Inch's , l.,o u.,Defendants.. . ., ..... of his supporters that there waB. In- , ..... ...... ii .it. jiruiris- IK Heirs .. jnuhuiiiL-ni- iimj oruer iiiueu in me piauorm a pianK, Bajing. . .... .. -. ..... 2 $11 'w "Mo Uost 1,nt ,.0,1,c nft" .r, or S 8 Co on going tho ag.u ot II anu -- 1 uoing emuieu 01 warueus I.ob. Combined Cla1 rive Galted Ha'cet trl.. but on renrn ttlp exe..n.la.lat . ' . -- Je.,". , lst- "?' Mra.eorgehMolle. ,n"Wo approve and Indorse tto Repub Those appointment, are b0 selected by the Senate and two b, Misses Mate or c dlt.lt any ae I" "' lanllle .,,,. ar In. lotion to iim C At II m.mm- . , , vnlui dona under the aupei vision i.r a mm. ftl)oto ..,.. .... .,, lican administration of tli aflairs .... . Ldll.lT llll; Plantation Ctaea .'....k.... n ., v 11 inmate .it? A.MT,.k....ll.1 i.111,: ..1...L1.T ....... .... - n ...rnr- u period or four )cam ami partisan commisHl-j: :, T.) i.r .winfrn D r iiiiniinn III r tnc state atlll wo approve aud in ol lour, two topttllnir the estate or 11. II. McAnlnch, v miliumontttlo the appointee to free tuition, enioymc an outine 111 Mnre or gehlliir any aar $30 Cleveland Ticket are limited to re , .vtra. r.mma i, snau proceed to offer for dorse all moans employeu by that od- Pany Clnta Shetland. 1I(.nt .imj 0Ile r(mnd t'o eloctci t)tno hointe .inn iwo oy 0lH ront fl() turn to IS iUivh frmn dat ol sale. Ask (Ilia, .....I.........1 . ...I.I.... M.. ivnunmnn ... .....I ....o. the highest ..u 1r foal Itll hv Motor C 1 IS III IU...11.U.1... linil.il, II tlkt Htit lor iKirlhu ara ,l. -,- llr,,.,l- Our Liovs U'C llouso ol Kei,r.ibontatlvh. vho,1,",, ,0 nt Ihn rncil.lniibidder ati I. public ministration for tho pro;erv atton ot , , John (Ireenleaf Ml 1.lo fiiwol . " under 4h Inches V v., i.imuihuii, sy num. "hnll norvo witliout enu.pons.vtlon ov XVhent f(1 j law and order, and ravor tho passage a,)0ut on(, m, Is expecteit this ween dormitories are supervised by Mrs ol H.istonvll .st.illloa n.hrr or gviotim anv ait" in iieckioT, O I' A , Cincinnati, O Mt. Sa'niii on the McKinnev and Mil- - of BUCU additional laws as ma,, be Im of lor tlie rnlr and will be the guest of Alfred .Matshall, a woman of culture '"'I for ncN.uy oxpenncs nirnoui ui.ien oy mrr eftaevllle pike, on Saturdny August necessary for that purpose. f.' aclrl. rhlcle and daratlo8 '.0 hor lousln. .MI141 Katie blnipson Mt Hymp.ithy nnd reflnouiont, and tlo ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE' 1". 1911 at th0 hour or ten o'clock, a 0 pir eit .er rent Judge O'Kear denied an Indorse-- ? (I nil lini.. Ilnl.ianii "" ""'O tha 111 '" llanilllo. "'" "" Mt'illlnn anr ne t Aa adtult.lstntor o" Thomas Ferril. "'d . ami Louis ijuuiram on'y or th0 nepubl.canadm.nl, nnyaga $10 ; Mure or re dine ' t ti A 11 MarKsuurv l.. l I.miu 11 ClaM. l.l.... Mrs "III lllll, tli,. control or .Miss Anna ' Hamilton Cured by the Marvel of the Century bounded bv the Mlddleburg and jc.,'raon r th0 bimlnoss or tho btate Hvrnct, IWII It h. 1.,.. n,M.nru h...il W. Kinnev Turnpike, the land or George Ho did not deslro an Indorsement or B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. StnHlon 2 vMr and MHstar 3 2" two mllK from Stanford,, on tli Ijtn- - n Stanford. Ih the guest of Mr and Dean of Woinon. who wag former!) .. x i ... .'iCAnincn, IMolrnnhnne lirn.l ... Airs Krnwt StnUlon 3 yaaira aiui nautor 4 $10. !,. vnviiuiMi, .Mnititu 11.. n. eaatrr pike, sell at public outcry hia'Mrti. Jamc., A. UlUUU President or the Kentucky Federation I'll. S3 UU i.l.i 'UI0UII It ntiv Til Ml.-- ni ih.M-' n..l nn.tl" iw iuq tin una 01 iau uovt?ruur iu auj tnn SacMIc Clov lawlessness and to protect the L"'" ' "",-.ptTMina proper!). conaUtlng principal- - Suraguo. ami children, of Louisville.' of Woman's Clubs. Prc stage, permanently without dead.; or mT VM M.ri 4 ly one 0110 buggy marv. ''h Mr w u Co"k l,)r V nn ti, in,, citizens of tho state from outrage, In Alsn.it Lincoln lount) has Etlll 12 v.uuui meicurv, with puie botanical mgie Runabaut Clasa. ,.f uu.mI iiuiImi I i.imI hnnu., tlMlr. 1M Pi lie WUR visltltlg her BlSHT, dleuts. To prove It wo will send )nu a upon which the late H. II .McAnlnch words ho declared himseir In favor of Mare or aeMlnn anv ago "0 l li Halloit in Hirlitnonil the scliolaMhIps for 1UU polnn.1 soon Cww ltov frtM.li. .'erse) tes.deJ at tho time of his death, about tho enforcement of tho law. His In- SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Rafltister Clssa. ind Mrs C C I lere Ag a gU heifer. 2 shoalx. faat week ,urtlur concession, a tii one years China sow. nnd kitrJiou Ky, Mlulllou. mare or a'.Hits It )ou nave ulcers, eating sores, r11 nillo north or .MIddloburg, .,tl. fUenco in tho pan has been thrown nn.l cnuuren leave biiuru l.mviiltnlil furnltur. tirwn gr.tnts freo tuition without tli 1 IT ilii lttti-nn.l Ifll.'Unn.. -- ""--- -' snd eiHter - aar. $20 n xlalt tu North Cam Inn relatives cent ittle " ",""", on the side or tho lawless, and ho op- ItcliliiK. . humors, swellings .uncus, taiinliig uteusllK alumt acres of C'-," exuuilmitlon to all High School gr.iuu n.itriKtu , nnii n.iiiis. nnt'iisiH mmnipy.. " " """'"my August t'tli ni t Peooratlon Not (iinwiiu coni, etc, olr Drlvlnn ,... "".lor thereaboi.t. I will offer for t.alP the l,osp'1 ,hP ndoptlon or flie plank in the CnsWerrd. ntes Whilo we are damuritig for bet or tako B. C B. (Botanic Sums ol $10 ami undei cash In liuni' Republican "Protection" f"rm of s,',1 Ir " McAnlnch, i atforin Indorsing the etforts or the 2'i an aa; II are rr Be dliK nt heal1'101"0 rifniiitiinu . . n.l .. ikit Diui iiuiua over that amount, three months' tor edu.atlon In Kentuck) It sceuii ijiujh Dili in CHamplon Claf Harrea Drrd 'credit on nolo with ggood securit), present tiovernor to maintain tne iw pure and rich. """. V" I oal nf 1HII vither to mo Wo sliould tako ndvantnge ol nitiikly. Ulood U made to be howu bearing U per cent, -An American who has KlUlcd in tho oiupletely changing the entile body Interest from date niVra of Green niver'! and bounded a r l tnf "al8B ,,led,fnf splendid opportunities which Into a clean, healthy condition, Healto hand of sale Australian province or Victoria, a man tlutio wl" I)revent bv the It. I r' Win. Lucio v" . '1. Cfii- - ol Model Class tree aim ours for th' ing every sore und stopplug nil aches, ler, .1 i A. T. NUNNELLEY, or hlch rank Initio eticlneerlliK pro-- nro t'offiv. Jan.es niggips. Hat - to the outrage committed by tho night Stti'llmi, miro or ttekllug anv nge Administrator sl f.i.slon. sends an item or Information Will tho Imptovement Clul pain and Itching cuilng tho worst Icy Ifelrs ami ethers containing hM"R. 'riders The to he slHvn to I nnd $? has been or not boys nnd girls In ensu or blood poison. Druggist 0 ir there nro FI"b Harness Cl.st l'- vvlilih ought to Interest Aniei liin vot party, deslg- member, or by express, $1 VEA LAKUl HOl'TLK Ion, mare m gelding $l Lincoln County who would be glad to Blue Grass Farm For Sale ers It Is as follows Imtc1 aS tne candidate of tho night rid with directions for homo euro. SAM elK.e B n,aiP to the Judgement.) Champion Clas Poadsters tu' '" sta,e Cnlverslty this rail' pie sent free bv writing lllo.nl Halm j wm flrst 0Jfer th)g farm , egntlcrs. Tho history ot tho Influence he "The unspeal.ah'e fraud and niM-nll-Stallion, mare nr ge ding nny ago Without any 1 am bendlnp i to t. 01 the t.irllf showb more p nlniy excite except it ""dur sepatat,. lover Company, Atlanta, On. Uescilho ) our subdivisions n.id then as a whole, nc- - has exerted and tho court or his trouLIe lroe a farm for one man. THIPD DAY ll01 "'"'o literature for uso nnd ills Sold bv and tree medical ailvleo given i,Pptln(: tat bd realizing tho most to nnnerentB m tho convention, justity or 200 ncrm hert. (In Austrnlla) than at home I will farm Shugars & Tanner, Stanford tho estate 8ddle Clas' Mut be Registered for tle oiler ni) prlxut.'ly It Js ncnted on bought K.me li.i) making tools l.i t irjimuon ami 1 :isk ou 10 heep 11c THHMS. Hnth farmt. will be nld that charactorzatlon. Mure nnd font fill tn be shown to mau.ila-t.irei- l nnd Mlddleburg pike, wwjr , count or every btudent )ou secure for Protesting with blazing eyo and wng fhf aie upon a credit or In six hand (limited to (larrnrd county) SM) tho lliiBtonvlllo FARM FOR SALE thre. miles from llustonvilie this Siirlngriuld, Ohio. l'o get hero the) St'Uo University nnd keep me posted In 12 months and glng tongue against the lobby; de- months; Special Cl.i's. ,, , ,..,,, ,., , s an ideal rnrm. level aim prouueme; .. . iv.inrntinn In li months. For the pur- - n0unclng with naming words the h" loa I either sox by Carroll Preston ;. ncre. in meadow; about 50 acres ""u' " " '"' nroun.i L. be Wo will so'l at public auction In chnso money, the purchasers wl 1911 1st $21; 2d He.mm to Carroll l.i "uor '"tereats. yet with uplirted hand blue grass; plenty or llrewood nndithe world, pay o per cent, ilutv undtJ g't full credit for what rest on Jront or tho court house, In Stanford, required to execute bond with piod Proclaiming that Senator Hradley was I dw el lug house, the iiBont,V coiiihiIbsIoh, yi get In thlg grent work ,.tt timber, und npproved security bearing six per Preston nny rurther Information d paired Ky on the second .Monday In Septem- lent Interest rrom dny or sale and elected in spite or, and not on oc- tenant house, bam, ,lcm fl). oniMnP,j 0BS tnan (bo Ohio n new- - four-rooStnlllon one year nndundcr 2 $11 crib nm! stables, :i en houses, over- Judgo W. T Laflorty. Btntc ber at 2 o'clock P M., tho tarm known having th0 force :t $20 '"l street ol a count 0r, tho liquor Interests, thl-- l address Stallion, 2 curs nnd vder "Tl'iat I. tho kind of protection the Un.vera.ty. who Is chairman ot tho tour nnd n hair miles rrom Stanford Stallion 3 veni" and under 4 $.10 ---or Ken- promS :Sl ' "-- "nur Roadstrr Class. Commlttco hnvlng chargo of this work en the llustonvilie pike. Ohio fnrmcr votes hlinsolf K LAND. Master Commissioner tucky procalms himself In ravor or goldlng 'J o:ir nnd under bearing trees, woll tonced. Mnru or This rnrm contain?, one hundred nnd Ca.ov Circuit Court . cush Pri.e, ffif. per nero, "Owing to our rapid growth thol With best wishes for tho buccess ol law opposed to tho rvffortg of tho 4 $10 or which Is In in mum;nmi C. I MONTGOMERY, Attorney for nrnsent flovomor tn mnlntaln neace - rmr CU,b t0T ,h T' mA llfty lines, one hundred CralnB co1"11 ,,ot ,,l,llU gwdV luiu.r for'su" Saddle Class oc"m ''orl seo'thls Como ot cultivation. Over 0110 UeUling 4 yenra or over $30. gtwaiarganyor vnau Twenty Wcro assistance which I am counting on, Hnu statodollars worth of locust port Plaintiff. Immediately following the nnd enforce law. )ourseir, 1 NOTE Combined Class in thousand R. F. D. 1, Hutonvllle, Ky, bought In America nnd twenty In Kng- - 1 nm ver.. nlnrereiv your 11. IUQ lUIUCliiuiuvi Km lion any ago $10 can bo cut rrom this place, also n lot vw 111 ns u admlnlst'-ntor- .,11 1.1, or tho es-- i design (tills educational cause hlgued CINCINNATI MARKETS lind, nil made after Victorian Champion Class Saddle Bred, of walnut lumber. tnto of II II McAiillun, will oiTer fori Cincinnati. O , July L'4 Cattle RoW. T. LAFFIJIITV, engines nro cheaper l'oul 1U1I, either sex to bo shown A Fine Blue Grass Tho American A splendid stock pond fed by a nev- sa o ten shnre,i of ,t.,ck In the Fnrm- - celnt "it head: .uket generally S.1S. .11 hand 41S L Maxwell St, per cent. ers' National Hank. 0 Danville; ten: steady nt yesterdij's prices: steers Farm For Sale! than tho Hritish by fifteen Works Saddle Class Three Galted Horaeg Lexington, Kentucky er rallng spring. Wily, then,, should the Huldvvlu or stock In thn National Hank j'l 2!iffr! 10; heifers J2ri0(ff(l. cowi Mnro or gelding nny ago $:!!. Sltuatwd on the Stanford nnd Otten-hel- bo protected?" San Francisco Star. About klxty ncres or this tarm Is es- shares of IIutonvlllo and fifteen shares of ji r.OJ? t .l.r; calves steady at ay7 23. Roadster Class. pike :t miles rrom Stanrotd; adapted to tho lalalng ot Hemp stock In the Tanners Deposit Hank o Hogs- - Receipts 14S', mnrkot aetlvo pecially Stnlllon any tjo $40 containing VIS ncies, S5 acres in blue and tobacco. Small Farm For Sale Mlddleburg Und strong nnd BjilOc hlghor; packers Harnes Class. grass; now house or dx rooms, hard New, rive room house, just comW T. Coulter nnd John Wqiley, Public Sale 7: stnu. I't50ri25; common Mare ox Bldlo 3 ears nnd under wood finish, smoke house, hen house, II. McAnlnch. 4 76.25; pigs and lights T4 00 pleted. One mile from church und lulnlstrators II 4 $:io. cellar, clstetii, nt door, one hundred 58-- S ; Thirty ncres on Kent's Creek, Shtei Receipts 27U7: market (lohlltig 4 )ears nnd over $20. biliiHil One largo tobacco barn, built icabed, bearing Irutt trees lu one mllo of Un; On account of my going nwitv, I nt it 75fi 3 Mi Itnibs 10- - to )Sc ilaro 4 yo,ars anil over $'IP. ion church und lu three hundred )nrdH . to church and schoolloiibe. last full, also good stock bum. Ten 'I'lia nfinmllnn .w.,..u....,V lilll Ha,.. Kf"B ni. n t ,.r um ............. Al.ri., "... ,.- - .tower Lhamplon Clas Must b0 Registered ot school. The place la on Crcouier) will soil at public auction 011 JULY e.1 the Senat,. without nmendmentl congressman Hurvey Helm return Iioufp nnd uc res or )ouug orchard Htul'Inn, mnre or gelding 1 jear und route and hn8 a telepnunu in residency 22, at 1:30 P. M., one pony, bug;v Comfortable three-roonow up to the prosl - pJ . hi. duties nt Washington Saturcow and call, sow and ind Tina t n Biileinlid hom nn.l must Snturdav nnd It la tinner ou. 'nnd 'T0W, f"10 ,00llC1'0 wfleul' plgj. harness, 200 chickens, colt, corn, bmnll bam. Price reasonable part ,. --J about Chamo on Clats Five Galted Horses corn nr.d alfalfa ago oneasy terms. Ad- - be hee ,0 b0 appreciated. If no j'.. ua...v0 'also corn field Just Hid by House cash nnd balance he ,wt. tcacnera. ,u.tltuta wlll Htalllon, maro or gelding any Wl 1 sell for one ......i UUT..I i..i.n. ihold und kitchen f..,,. 1, ...- IU.IU is made this farm will l0 rented on , ,jlu measure but Taft will try to claim 'Le Jicia jn Stanford beginning Ang Torma $2on. 10 nun iiunuuow. HustonvLle, Idress owner CHS. T. WILLSON, to tho highest bidder tho credit for It when tie makes thooS Carpenter. tee 8smo date, ne colored teachers' Institute Harness t;iaa 111 L" iinnnn Minn.. mall- Luke Liberty next year. 0. SbS Mi L'p R.F.f. No. 3, Stanford, Kv. for t ,ear or 1912. Pike wl b held In Stanford beginning A, D. HOOT roeo (or Stallion "l Hox0,,c mile on ALL ABOARD FOR THE White-Hoka- n LANCASTER amaH'-H-owd 'LINCOLN HAS 12 GOOD Mrs. Kllra WOMAN GONE I .,.,,,. V """ ... .... N "" ' l, "l u" "'"' "o .'"'lonAo lv ' io .. Mes-Uam- ' 1 1 .. ,'',, i ,.r . ...-.....- ,""-,.- n mt-cted- 11 0e ror-mi- d 11 - iit io , I' l. ! i ' .......i. "i''"' .... h, ,,, 03,, ' lc; t ... - '..,.... NNI'n.ai;;;;'!"!1''''1; "'' 1 !.. i. '. .. M Z '' Clan-SECON- o- .. & - ,., II ..-- - ... Nrtln i, -- ...-.- ""' I't .. i.. ,,.,,, .... - ini ,,. "' 1 i ": ,. ....'.''. SS 1 in .'i.." "' Blood Poison a S I 'iro :-- "" 1 llr iu, i?r' i,i.i'n i."' r '' 1 i. . ,...... 4 - -- - """" ... $' ' 'ZZlL'LT'V'": one-thirone-thir- d jurist-candidat- e his-ow- ' j "p ... "" ,,"" one-thir- d six-roo- ' 1 I'r il'rd'taterrrnellrS" one-fourt- h IS iLTiS . -' s 'i .s Karsanover Mare or gelding any age ?(0, t lo ' T' -"- Utaaet , - 1 65-t- Aug 14, G Singleton, Supt. r m&eMyri.'- - Gcnts' Furnishing. -- TO MAKE ROOM 3 Jrl ,- i ffJFM HitS WW 'I l till hirr"-! 06 L3-j " FOR ,,--j -i WTi- T- r J 3 Oil aanS;r' BH TIE NEW PE0RIA--- A Fall Clothes fam - We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform denth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. The Lowest Hpenklng of the committee meeting now, freely admit that Unly Is .quarc last Thurjdny, the Inlsvlllo llernld nml honest, hw always discharged snld that tho reins ot tho democratic his duties with fldollty and Established 187k fight, on party organlxntlon werP controlled bv he l.vcl. nn fact that ho ha, mado reroy Hnly Wo don't know that this lilmselt what ho Is thronm. i.i. SHELTON M. 8AUFLEV,...Publlihar Is so, but wo hopn It Is, nnd If it 9, oifort, and nbillty, coming tip from n 111 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE ino prospect,, for victory tliij Nor pcwir Irish newsboy t0 thn friend nnd mber are greatly rnlmneed. Italy Is Hdvlser of ml lliuinlmi, makes those Entered nt ttio oatofflco nt Htnn. tht' per ol nny iMJliUnn In the stni0 who renllv know htm, ndmlro him the ford ns second clnt.g mall. and for nil of the fart that ho hns brn more Tho Interior .lournnf knows iiiallnned fnim one end or the stnto to that thsro l no political office. Umt DEMOCRATIC UCKET. tho other, ami luis not the confidence Italy would, Imvo since nil the conirf thp greHt nwss of the oplo tlmt fidential assistant of John C. V Mno For (Jovernnr James II. McCronry li no tmlv ilemmti, t, lg a fnoi that ho earn n larger enlnry than Ik nnld or l.lout. governor M. J. MrDomiHt whenvr I Inly was at the hlm, any official in hc klnlr Wp know that For Treasurer Thus. 8. ltlie. dmmwraey won. Wo Imve known He Is looking .ololy to tlin (,! of ih F. Crere- - Hnly Intlnmtoly for almost ten demoerntte party and wltk hope or lis For Secretin y of Stnte-- C. llus. and w nro hero to stnte tlmt, his victory whatever ho mny do. and w For Attorney (icneml Jamo (Inrnctt. detractors to thu contrary, tkoro Is no nre prom! to lmo him ns our rrlend For Stto Superintendent or Schools frhini!, thlcketh fairer, sqiinrer, truer man or domo who when he llnrkdnlo Hamlett. cliwer than n brother. crnt in the stnto. lll word Vv Comtulsloficr Agriculture J. W. nn his iKindnndonceghen Is ns gnod thoro Is no Nawtnnn. Tho best mgnzln0 In tho world is Foi Clerk Court of .vppenls K. I. quoatlon but tlmt It wi I bo made It hns good. The republicans mndo him th Saturday RvmiIiir I'imL (ireeno W. F. tho butt of mtirh of their oampRlgn teoro gimil, high class short fiction r'or Hnt romd Ootnmlsslonor nny other mngnzlnt. puhllstvd Klnlr. In 1107, and when they went Into than Judge Charles A. IInr For 'Mn-Mand Is Issued onco n week. All the otllie searched tho recordi uT the ladles din. know what tho tallies Homo veteral olllcci he had held, with n line Journal Is; and it's now Ismied twice FOR REPRESENTATIVE teothed comb, to find Home trace of n William II. 8kanks announced htb month. Lot tho Interior Journal cnndldncy tor Representative from grnlt or criHikedness, but nury a blot order ulther or both of tli for yor.. Lincoln county, subject to tho action ripon his record wert. they able to tin-- l or'sond In your renewal of subsenp- ot the Democratic party. cowr and even hl direst enemies tlon. It can sav0 you money. The Inierior Journal. yr lt W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. You Ever Had! $14.98 and 22.50 suits at HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW 311.98 suits at J12.50 nnd ?1G si'lts at J.98 $: nnd 53.50 hnts at $2.29 56.93 $2.50 hatfi nt Sin Suits nt $178 vp havn about 300 suits, in special 52 hats nt $1.39 s'zen. that v'M :nt you elsewhere 51.50 hats at $1.19 from $10 to J 18. New goods. Our Jl hals nt 9c TS.48 .50 hnts nt sale price 31c .25 hats at 19c $20 SIS Mr. Farmer: HANDLE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY OF WHEAT SACKS TO READY WHEN YOU HAVE A THRESHER THE PRESENT CROP. WHAT SACKS YOU NEED. SHOULD YOU NEED SEND IN AND GET WHEAT S"CKS FOR HANDLING OATS, BAKLUY, RYE AND SEED WISH TO STORE SAME YOURSELF WE WILL FURNISH YOU AND WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT CENTS EACH. SEA-SOWE HAVE QUITE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON SACKS, AND THIS IN' HAY OLD STOCK OUR SACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST WE TO HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL BE MORE SATISFACTORY WILL BE TO US TO HAVE YOU BUY WHAT YOU AND WE KNOW IT SACKS YOU NEED FOR STORING GRAIN. FOR THRESHING WE HAVE SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL PURPOSES AND WANT TO SUPPLY YOU. BOY'S KNEE PANTS CLOTHINGI In Blouse effect Wo have the largest stock of clothing In town, hand tailored, and pure Jl.:i0 kneo pants must go nt wool. il,"t must go nt 51 must go nt MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS1 JO must go nt $16.98 .25 must go at $25 nnd J30 suits nt $1.18 94c 7!'c 39c 19c BOY'S SUITS '$lli.50 suits at 510 Bults at 8 suits at $7.r.O suit 5C.CD suits KNICKERBOCKERS J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 4.1b 53 and K i0 hats at at $3.68 $2.fa0 hnts at suits at 54 suits at J2 hats nt $2.68 51.50 hntJ at 53.50 sulU at '.33 51 hats at 53 suits at Wo have about 100 boys' mlts, straight pants that sold from I2.f.0 to CAPS. SC. o will run thene out now 50c nnd "5c caps at $1.29 16c nnd 35c caps at at 55 J2-S- at JOHN B. STETSON HATS $638 51 and $.i hats nt $2.98 "8 Felt hats In all Bhadeg of the stan54.98. dard make. $7.28 51.88 $1.39 $29 98c 79c 39s 19c ODD PANTS. outing AT 8 CENTS, Worsted, black, flannel, pants, green plaids, brown and serge, CENTS. spring st les nt prices you never heard ot before. 5G and JC.50 pants at 55 and $3.50 pants at 51 and 4.50 pants at 53 and 52.50 pants at S.G0 pants at ?2 nnd MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS 12 CENTS AND 16 Democratic state committees l.oulsvlllo Thursday ami ! sued certificates of nomination to the party',, nominees n, found nt the uend of this column. The rncoa wer very otoso between McDormott and I .'it wnnls for lieutenant governor, nnd Hosworth nnd Lnrtoon for auditor .McDormott won by 186S majority nnd lioswort), by 2700 and their defeated opponent took their medicine like men, mid mado etnteinentH declaring themselves for the nomlneos. Jim Kdwards, who was beaten only after tho hardest kind of a light, made ery manly declaration lor tho ticket, making his friends llke him nil the more and many new one thereby. Tho committee ca led a platform 'lomenllon o b0 held In Louisville en An mist 11th with county mam) conentlons to name delegate.,, on August 12th. At this convention the paitv will enunciat,. the principles upon which it will no forth to do bat tle In November Sceator McCreary has declared throughout his campaign n platform of progressive princi fcr pled, and the other candidates on the ticket wltk him Mood shoulder to fchou dor with him The selection of Hufiis Van Snnt. of Ashland, for ramnilgn chairman, was n splendid one In niory way lie Is clean nnd progress he nnd lm been allied with no party faction, to that lie i iktu-llurlacceptable to th. helm In this campaign, when Just such nieti are needed at the front With Jere A Sulllvnn, of Richmond at his right hand, and food strong champaign secrutury like llob I'hlllliw, Wooilson Mny or I'ercy Italy, the hemvens rem IKirtlcutnrly bright Tor tl.t stale and It goes Into the campaign with every augurv 'for brlllluiit mc tory. Th0 met In Trunks Suit Cases Travelin gBags You can't go without them. A well strapped, well bolted and well locked trunk any size, 32 to 38 inches 55 broad-minde- $6.50, $7.50 and $10. All Cowhide Leather Suit Cases, $5, tk. $7.50, $10. Hand Bags All leather or Aligator, $3.50 to 12.50 each. This is all new, stylish first class goods and you will not be ashamed of your luggage if you buy these. i7.o pants nt Kabo Corset 51.SS. All kinds of wash pants Don't overlook them. $5.28 $4.83 $3.68 $2.98 $2.68 $1.79 from 68c to Have no Brass Eyelets Unsurpassed in design fit and workmanship. Try one and you will be convinced. MEN'S UNION SUITS. 83c $1.50 qunllty now 9c 51 quality now FANCY VESTS. A lot that is worth aitunl value, 52 to $1.19 54, go now at $248 Same worth $5 to 57 L. L Sender:. SHIRTS For Work Dress and Every Hay $1.48 52 shirts now $1.19 51.50 shirts now 8se 51 shirts now 39c 50c shirts now UNDERWEAR OP ALL KINDS 39e 50c and 75c garments fio nt 19c J5c garments go at NIGHT SHIRTS FOR MEN 39c Woith 60c and $1 now SOX $1.19 CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR Worth 50c nnd 51 now 39c Worth 50c and 25c now 19c in th0 state are beginning to talk about n successor to V. S , Senatct GLOVE V.'n bo two years from nov $1.50 gloves at $1.19 Iiradley 51.25 and 51 cloves at 79e llob that it it's altogether too earlj 0c and SI gloves at 39c to start that r.Tc'e yet; let's elect our state ticket first hnt since tho subject ha8 been brought up, th0 Interior Jour BELTS go on record ns unalterWorth 50c, 75c and 51 now 39e! nal wants to L'5c belts nt lo. ably opposed to the election of anyone SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! for the Honntorshlp, until It has been J. C. V. Ilockham High ana low cuts nbsolutelv the offered to best of makes ALU I.KATHKHi lly all considerations of honexty and SHOES WORTH $4 and $5 sale prlc democracy, th0 scnatorbhip should be $3.29! bis, If ho will tnke it. And since It 53.50 shoes at $2.98 5:t shoes at $2.34 was from tho good county of noylo $1.98' that ono of tho traitors camo who JL'.50 shoes at J$1.64 robbed him of the toga in l'JOS, wo -' shoej at LADIES' SHObS and oxfords In velvet, patent finish! respectfully suggest to tho Advocate that it would bo a mighty nlco thing metal and kid. 53.80 oxfords at $2.98 for it to think over Ileckhnm'u c alms 51 oxfords at $2.34 to tho high office, befote declaring for t'IMQ . Our good friend of thu Dainille Ad ocnte nnd one or two otlieV pafMT H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. 52 oxfords at 51.50 oxfords nt 5.1.50 fish oxlords at i.ya' i.64 $1.19 anyone clfe. Novell les Take a look at our Bar- rettes, Combs, Belt Pins, Bandeaux Belt Buckles, Belting, Purses, Parasols Collars, Ties, etc. Goods of quality at right prices. We have some rugs ased as carpet samples that we are offering at cost. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. r l'5c lisle sockg at 15c lisle, socio at 10c llslo socks nt 5c lisle sockg at SUIT CASES $1.50 silk socio nt COc Hilk soclta nt SLIPPERS FOR ME.N AND BOYS brand slippers nt ....$68 $2.39 fi slippers at 52.50 slippers nt SL98 Hoys slippers from $1.48 to $2.48 up- TENNIS OXFORDS .Tjc and shoeB. Itubber oies, canvas 11c pers, 75c qua ity at 8c 4c 12 l-- 38c 39c $5.48 suit case at $4.98 suit cases nt $3.78, 55 suit casea at 54 suit cased at $t& 84c $1.25 and 51.50 suitcases nt Trunks of All Kinds at Cost 57.50 UMBRELLAR From 39c to $1.98 ALL KINDS OF l'AKASOLS LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR $1.50, that sold for now." 79c Stanford, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ky. Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. Loading colored men of taulsVIIIe oxlngton and Covington are organU LAWNS r Clubs. I'hey say Us lug IB nnd 17 l.Se nor vnrd now 7U 12 decision by which Heroa col!eg0 wnBJ 12 2c yd bleached cotton, now ,.9c taken away from colored students win AMERICAN AND SIMPSON BRAND mean tho In is of thousands of Negro CALICOES otes in November. 4 per yard nnd 5 WHAT AUOUT THAT! Stato Capt. Udr Farleyrpr5sent DRESS GINGHAMS! Troiibiirer, and tho only 12 8 nnd 15c, now soldier elected to state otricu in u long tlmo, was kicked out of the way EMBROIDERIES by Judg0 O'ltear when h0 wanted to 50c quality 25c, 25c quality at 12 bo nominated for secretary of Btuto. 15c quality at 10c PRICES YOU WOli'O NOT DREAM How many Union soldiers can swalOF. low that und oto for O'ltear agaliuit McCreary, who mado n record for pushing pension claims for the voter- ans7 ,9e 1 Antl-OHea2c l-- LADIES" VESTS nnd 15c Indlai rests now best paper In Eleventh illbtrlct, hut it wl have to Improve tremendously to enable It to ovoreom0 tho dominance of the Somerset Times In the Pulaski held. Cecil Williams Is gettltiK out a splendid paper. Uio ller.o's luck and tht. iellow'shlp to William isvlll,, nowspnper man bought the Somerset Journal wag once tho Carter, Land of good n Lou who hns i i Journal. The Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When scribed u medicine for you to take, thu next important step is to have that prescription placed in tho hands of a thoroughly rcllablunnd competent pharmacist w it will bo compounded exactly as directed. We have gained nil enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking in our compounding and feci that, in nil justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALAUAST1NE, the beautiful wall coaling. Call nnd beosaraplesot tints and uskus about It, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. your plmlilan has pre. H5SS W. S. Drye & Co. 5 and KMBALMCRS UNDERTAKERS v. HuttonvIHe, Telephone in Ottioe la ' I'", ''iu drupel iareuit ns j It titunfoid, Kentucky ! I' t Awu, ' i """ ""-r"V- Ti i ii . nmrT.m -- ' "J WH - r - I- DAN VILLE FAIR, Aug. 2, 3, 4. Lville AUG. 3rd--?200Rfngadster ATTEND THE GREAT AUG. 3rd a. BIG KOADSTER RINGS EACH DAY! AUG. 4th-20ag- dd,e Is AUG.2,3,4 A Arceoutfy fc1" hawZitswallome Attractions of Every Description Will be on The Grounds. For Further Information and Catalogues, Write I. M. DUNN, Secretary. W. P. GIVENS, President. Mary Hal prion, of 1'nrls, anil era iIhh recuperatm,-- at Crab Or- Mr. Kil (JI otto, or Springfield, III. I.oit I'etween Waynwdiurg JuiIko llnl ey dlMnlnel tin e h.irn and and little datmhter, MarKHrrt, and lfnllit' (Jap liltie ers eot llewnrd ol murder aKnirmt deoree Hlaln, tho Morforil of Kwlng, Mint tuaid Spring, i .1. I "iMp negro who shot roster Toms, another Stephenson, Maywood Attorney K S. Alcorn li Mt her plutcr. Mm. I. S. Klnjt. nf Crab Hula lliiinlili', of Somorset, and Mliw lusre to death at Mi.- -. I.md iaei civ L. Warren annonni.'' Mrs, Char-lottVernon Saturday on lentil huaiiieft . hnnl. have liin guests of their exciting western flirt will he The trouble c.itno tip in a rani tjame Alum Chancellor ami Messrs. (Irnlit I'ror .1 W Ireland I hack from unci.- - md mint, Sipilro and Mm J snown Bl the opein house tonight of her dRimhtcr .Net. ;.nd Toms l h.iid to tlic engagement beep nfler Motetilf mill ltd) llHtrldge of I'nllil Olo Hill, Carter lounty. here he T Huberts in the Hnhble aectlon Osborne ..lain wit j, a pnnk when tlin latter Duncan to Mr John Chun I.IcK are the gucsli of Misses Lena httemled the teacher' InMltutn. )r. Harry lllgglu,, ha, returneil For twin, n nic hunch of cues nnil Ilireil the fatal Hhot Attorn, v O I) ol Kiimvllle Tetin. Tlu weddlnr will anil Mary t). Tleck. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W Svernr to niitnn Htirlmri. . V. lorenic detended th, tirlsoncr or Loniiviiie. are receiving tne ion- - imrt visit to IiIm HHrentH here lie i ew,. lambs. Addriss W. A. Horton tako ji nca In September. 1iuln-vlllMis Selmn Itnnfckor In with C 0. urnt'italloiiR of their mnnv friend n.it ihii! l, father I now well on tho A m nwlmrK. Ky. Mrs Win llumphrlos, Mr friends. upon the arrival of a handsome young road to recovery ltliorg and Mlw Murtlui Mi Clary Ilnlicrt Mnltlngly of Lebanon has noil In their home there The Inn jilss I'nullne Hooker returned Men-- , FUR SAl-TWU OR RENT: ; lioN,) been tlw riimU "f MrM. J. K. Ue.ni the guest of AtlHn Nancy Yeagor. hiiN been named Wll lam Warren Sev day morning from an extended tout STORY 9 ROOM RESIDENCE ON home In (lllburt's Creek. Duok ut her t(l8r nMtl.rn pim Mm Ilohon Cum jiboll Ih the gum of ertinee, for lilg uncle. Will Severance , v., ,,,, nn called of this c lly MliM Jennio Newlnnd wns MF, hurtle Cooper Is speni'ln the EAST MAIN STREET IN STANFORD her mother Mm. XV. II. Hall In KY. THE HOUSE HAS JUST DEEM Mr. . A. Trlbble and ImiidM.mo ,.,, R, Cnh orchard Springs, home from the KnoxWIlo Summer children are the guests of Mr.;. I) MlM .lane' Hamilton, of Lancaster, RUILT A SHORT WHILE AND HA? DON'T BE TOO dENEHOUS. by the inriotig incident to Iiit ,...,.. , ,. II. llrerk, of Itlchmoiiil Itleh- .... Prom . i Misses Allen and Rose Alcorn have ' ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES '...n n.ti.l ll..., ..Ill .... A M.....IIIh tn with the cement, lime, etc, vou get rlttur MtH Kate Now land. nettirned to Stanford nftrf route to Mlddlehhoro. the Kuimta of Mra. Trlhhle'. mother ,from us. Remember tnat all o .r build Ion V. II. Shank wont to III I1h I .tllfl I ItlttllttMtl tu Ihfl- Ollitdf lf LOT 10x285 FEET. ALSO VACANT delightful rlhlt In (IreoKiburg. .. . """ Mm '" Maywood " "- "- -' "' LOT ADJOINING 85x270 FEET, PRE-HElng mticrhls arc mucn stronger than IJI, I. ...... .!.. " .....j .o "" t wink to join Ms wllo who mciiil at Minn Siinle Thoinpon lias r'tmnpil few day at (rah Orchard. tho ordinary and you can therefore , L. R. HUGHES. TO SELL. dA M,Ml ,, vm. of luir pAront,. Mr. to her homo In Mt. Vernon. hai ihnii tint nuost use less than ordinary quantities. If . Mr ... I. i: Kemii and onn. Charlw i,.i, ... m...i you llko we'll tell you Just haw to :' T I IKi.lwIn Sr. anil Mrs Notice Klve per cent penalty add-iMIm (IiMidli. nedd of Crah Orehall.,,,l", ,v'"1 ' "f AnnUtmi. Ala, ar tie tin ind I Limbic wore In Crab Orehanl mix them to get the best results nt to echool tax Auk H, I'M I. I.. It T M .MattlPBly Of OI.IN.I...II HHd """ 'hintlai HH the least cost. Come In nnd ask ns. e ll'iirhei, Tren "tJ .Mr and Mr T. M. VMtr am! Mm of!.,,, Mwcinnev Ttir aernrnl ilny return-- , ? Or W. A. liiown, or W. (ihoini U vpendlnff .Mr. n E. PinkharrTs By A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky, wm here with Dm. Brown and I'hll-liKirtilnville were huie a fow mmr en,fl) I)0e Vriliay jIr da) at Cnih Orchard en jjoKlnno,. ntr.iiiiKt on Mouda atn: LuIiIiik hand Di- All permiiM linlns claim Compound ' routo to her homP in Mldilleahorri. mule to Crab OrrhRrd. e'tnte ot Tom Ferrlll will precnmnnled her for a hrlof llt ifn hl many friendb.' " sent them to m0 properly nt J KlniMlnt and fnnitty me,l Mr nnfl Mr , ,, '","1,mH" worp i loppial Cnrrle Krlth. of llrodhen.l. Ottunnva, Iowa, 'Tor years I was over between train me inou liinebteti will p eu.to aet-I'- e almost a constant sufferer from fcmnlo ." ,, ihro.M.h t tnelr home In lht. KUmtm u( Mr. ENTERTAINED BACH CLUD wn.. home from lHilvllle. her with mo. A. T NCNNi:i,l,KY trouble In all its iMimlrty Tlmy were returnli- -: from iMmn 1 lvm,vlllo lnt umif. le5T2s&. Mr I. M. Westerllhl ami hnnrt- - On 1'iCdny nifternoou, Mine Mary Admr. 5SJ (Ire ail fill forms: ery dellchtfullv on u- - r hjili,, ntl,i mp, Mldlllehboro. " children of I.UInKfton are the Moore Haney nr shooting pains all lnim fi ,.,.. talnod tho Hach Club members and ,. , nml Mr. M. 1) K RIBVTIIII !. t ,, i. viinniit mtt over my body, sick t - !..! lliu..i.i..i ..,! .u .'M.lllo. li:i Ullll .IIVllll " " .....vV VII I -f Walker1 .Mwnia came inrotiRTia .in ttielr ear Kiiet of Mr. lirOWIl IH Ipcnil .. tig more. """ . , .' iuu lllle ,...! !ir headache, spinal U Hi' Kwwt of her brother. Mnnd "i,1 prMleKe ol Inviting u friend, mak ,.PtlVt,' ' .... P..oi- - ... m "am"p'"!J 8 i am! .,r ih.. n.. ...n nr ... . n week. .' Mt. weakness, dizziness. freely. will remoie the i.J v it(. I unui iu .....- KlKll. ... in ih.. i j .. i...V u in ni.n.i.nr, Ihule) at Junction City. ., CharTotte barren and family HIn "r .'it depression, and by Mireiiefij nnd qulekl restore tho prrts J f IkiUKliman wit In Mt. Vnion her parent, Dr. and Mm O. I'. Nuck- - ach ciiet, linvlnj; been receUed everything' that was AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED Mrs J I HutcheKon hn ttny coniiition For sale bj al Mb Uaney. was BUen hall of a card to IMneM horrid. I tried many i en hm.lmmg thin week. to Owonton after a hrlut rV' ? ol"K,utnr (Iri-c- le Clay POULTRY, ERGS, ICE, COAL, U which was written the name ot Walker, of Mr "' doctors in different Vra Anii Vaiiannlale I the Rth'Mt bin Hin nnd dntiRbter here. Mr. Hut WOOL, opera. lta heroine and compos HIDES, FURS. itnrnril. inntnroil mnr in Jume parts of the United MEDICINES VERSUS of rohitlviii in Mercer county. er The hos and KlrU then matched HONEST !Mh IIimiii on bUHlnex. last wrel.- SALT, LIME, GINSENG, cheson will rem.-ilStates, but J.ydia K. ruril ilnve FAKES. Pinkham s VegetaMl, Anna KlHtilmek. of. Ml. or- - ' "'d and as partners besan the npoo! President FEATHERS Mla Lena I'altm-- niid Iwr mother, Mm J (. Canienter and dniiRhter ETC. messace alls ble Compound has Mr 1'ii.wltt returned to Stanford lmt Mlt8 lobcphinc hae returned fnmi a non, lthe piieft of the MIrsch Stnnh """ Many s.ools were lildden about dentins an Tuffs recent to amendment tho I'urc done more for me than nil the doctors. lira M It Tll. nn.l tw Hn.L. lllf rfXHIIX ntlll lllltll.'tll lcltfTH lnollCll "week Irnin a lnlt to friend at .Ininj-- j to Itev and Mr. Homer Carpen- I'ryor. or Mt Vernon, and Owenton. i '0d and UriiK law In It relation to 1 feel it my duty to tell you these the nameH of 1'J composers Hon Clt) lemieclhelv. hao boen the minsi. .rf Mihs Itnney -- eried dellchttul cakes !' repareil Medicines, does not refer to facts. My heart is full of gratitude to ter In Shelhyvllle. Ices ilurinR the afternoon. The f'lc" standard niediclncs a? Foley' you for my cure "Mrs. Haiuiiet E. Mr II JI Mcltobertt wn in Mr John II Shank,, arrhed I'rlday Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V. Hutchowi .VI-- h KinniH Napier, or Lebanon next meeting ot the Club will he held l,II.onp' "n1d T.KCo:I)ol!n.,Iua", hoIcy WAJti'LLit. f,24 S. Itansom Street, wek Tenlnj; from Columbus (in. Mr Har- - lnnrtlnn 1. Ih,. i.n.,1 ,.f ft,.. Ml..,., mi I'riai Ali.nliir tho i?!!tt were. ". uw ui ivu.tii ure ir Ottumwa, Iowa. John Dewnor, Jr. a former renrdt.jy imnnle, of Chattanooga nccompant- - Cabell. Misses Kllen Ha Ion, Kate I). Uaney, medicines carclull,. compounded of In PHONE 153. Consider This Advice. --'redlents whose medicinal qua ttler .it Stanlur.1 now MMnc In Cincinnati j jir snnnHi here. Mr. Shank,, I His frlonds will be cad to Know Anna IalB Mcltoberts, .Mamie No woman should submit to a surgiMary Shep- - Inre recognized by the medical proi." 1 the condition ot Mr W. II. Hip- - B etnn, I.Ibmi lloltirlaw, tho Kiitrrt of Mr.Harry Kkdienber already In Stanford lmvlni? been the I iu! h lnr.kfi.in ljiruilln ilon Itself ns tho beat known reme cal operation, hieli may mean death, nnMlli. ...t...v..n,1 .... It - Iioril f 'tini Spring Suitings tier hiftj. "Mr IMehunberwar la TJlt Kin-- it of her Mr. I.elln Cook at her l0n,.,i I.thnl no w1, goon ,)(. the aliases thev i:. ( umpbell, hllrnbeth lllsuln. Kltle dial nRcnts lorcounteract. For are until she has given LvdlafairItnkham'a ollt ,,., Vegetable Compound a Mr and Mm. Krc! home on Kast Main streot, JiilT hi trial. iKitwnti I Thoy Hopper. tr.tenilei to loseph .Mr C McCIary ha been quit'- tlauchman, Moiri three decades role's Ilonev and Tar Tliis famous medicine, mado only fcitiivniwrmif ' !! will apend tho r.wt of thn Riimiiipr ill fur nceml dava with rolltl My new spring and summer samples II a ?o" New' am. lVhomalHr.gh from roots and herbs, has for thirty Mrmday Jiore. H. J. Mcltobert la conlined to H bed an? Mr. iwtit "V0 years proven 10 oe tno mosc vaiuamo are now ready for your inspection ,y Itelnhnrt. Harris Coleman Hrorgc ,.... .Miviua .. tne icno- -t on, '"v ' .... Hrucean.l Mr Unicc Menef.e, chest, coughs, colds and nt Crab Orelnu-- Si.rlna i wtlJi Ur. and Mr. .Maine tonic and inviRorator of tho female .They comprise tho best on the market Williams fections of the throat, chest and lung" i Mrs II. K M.eItorU of latiH!)Htr. can suit anyone as to price who hail Mr. Joe Neilus nnd Mr. N'eviu luiittM.i. f Virmill! .Leila Cook and J. II. Shanks for children and tor grown persons, organism. Women residing in almost o'8 clothes every city and town in tho United made tc order. A suit Master (ieorg Hltrht I. rlaltttiK Ijineastor. Mr. and Mr. Thorna II Shan.s.i end it retains to day lit preeminence States lear wlllintr testimony to the maue to jour measu.e is preferable Walker lliibbh at hla Ivowo In tkel Her. I). M Walker went to Pari or Columbus, Ga , are tho guests of kind Foley Kidney 1111 are equn SHORT LOCAL NEWS wonderful virtue of Lydla fc. Pink-ham- 's to ready mado clothes. To have theyi country. lumnu ... t.i.i.i:i J.U...1U11UU' 1. made to measure doesn't cost any last week to meet hlg wire and chil- relatives here Vegetable Compound. Mr. and Mr. Jnmes T. Menofoo effective and meritorious j.i0w th,. crowd to the opera more than ready mado when qualify Mr Jihi Hflat). ha returawl to On-- ' dren who hnttj been Waiting her faMi-o- r hae returned to Danville after n Jmufc tonight. Mrs. IMnkhnm, at Lynn, Mass., and fit is considered. Come in and clnnatl after a iJiort Mwlt hurt with' and family In Vanrolmrx day' visit with relathe here Mrs Good second hand bugglcg for sale invites nil sick wninen to writo let me take your measure. his Hltr Mr Albert Hwverance John r. .Ione nnd son, Klllott, forlierforniUlce. Horullcolsfrce, Walkor ha8 been nbseut from Stanfopl 3S tf Wo have oponed n praising and re- - nt bargains, l'enco Dros. M Jetini Arnold and Mr A Henri for "'million liii Stanford, ihvuvs liclufuL H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tll.. .. atoiit six weeks and hor ninny merMtrosldont of were here hut now jialr shop for Indies and menu' ilothes of Sterling, sexeral Work done promptly and ready when nion or jlentou llxlKr, MMblaui. nir friend are glad to liruo her with tM- - I. a. U'iiiiL For Sale 2 palms Mrs the KueWs of Ml l.ofia lalmer them airaln Mre J. H. Winters, who has been y.roiu1:.C,,ho. ,,s our wrk,:1?w Heazley, Stanford ST 4T .Mr (inirge 1. Ilrtlit nnd dauchter '" "cu'";r"' 11. 0 Coodc. h.is re- - " J Mrs. John (.III Klnnalrd of Unncas-tr- r til,, guost of Mrs. Mekdameii Vwiger and .lohnum and Hlg line of drugget?, rug , carpets, spent the week end hero with J II. turned to her home at Corbin. I have, bougtit ttio agency for the Judge John N. Menefeo. Jr. was In MIk Nanr) Yenaer are HodiiK the V. A. Tribble. and lace curtains, Klnnalrd. Loudon for a short ft Sunday Laundry In Stanford and Danville Hummer at Crab On bard Springs. Mis Nell Johnston nnd Mrs. W. W. . n t. nrr. Mli, l.lccle lleazley Is the guest of ,. m .... .,. ..... ntn, Mltwci Iliwsle and Isabel e Ihude-tua' CITY TAiES Hurnett of la'xlngtou lime been the her suter. Mrs I'orter Sundldge at u,ans pawed throiiKh IVIday tm route guests of etcher shop. All tonner ra- - City taxes are now due. I'Iease eal' Mr. nnd Mrs J. C. IC'ibanks her home nenr Shelby City. Mr. and Mrs. S. I). :.artlcr and Mr irons of Mr. Mllbuin will Dlenso lcao and settle at once. B. D Carter, City to Crab Orihard for a ilslt with rela Mrs Wl.llaiu Kirfe of Hustonvlllc, GiHirgo C (!iens spent Sunday C(M. nt their laundry for me, or 1 will be glad Tax Collector. tlveg there. Is the k u eat of her motl or Mr JckSl.. Crab Orchard. to call for 1L K. L. Ueinharc B'J.'j. Mr and Mrs. J I' .Yelghbor of The protracted meeting at How land Mr and Mrs W. I Klncnid and Stagg and family. lAinlKVllI,, are ilKltlng Mr and .Mr. hn htarted well. There will beI norence made a family ar( spending nueral das at, Hon C,enr;e D M. at I. M. um! W. S. Fish represents only tie W K Warner business trip to Crab Orchnid Sun-da- ) Crab Orchard Springs Kerbody is I. Won ren Hughes, enme Sunuay and strongest insurance companies. each day this week. Mr nnd Mr.. H L Dudderar, and lniited. It C Hampton came !n from l.eh ter a short visit to the home folks. tf children of New Iknattir, Ala, are tho Let him keep yu protected MlsA Stella Lewis, ot Tokio, Japan, anon lunctlon, whert he headquaiters In order to comply with the postal piicsta of Mr Dudderar pannts, to spend Sunday with his wife win speak to tno women oftlie I W r.rackett, aged 32 jears. died litw-- j, In regard to mailing papers to Co) and Mrb Huff Dudderar Judge J W Mcorn Is pending se In m m ii. i....ir wU,. ... .i, fi.iB.I ',l Isaac1'omp nt ,,ih i;arttnwn. Sunday, of- subscribers who are In arrears, we ,tlan church Wednesday afternoon at ,2.111 o'clock All women Interested a complication of troubles. II0 Is stir- will bo compelled to discontinue n j . largo number ot papers within the 0v "" w",, a,,,11 fm,r ro linite.1 in mis-ionnnx rrieud, to also miss next few weeks. If you are in ar'd Mrs J J Carson, of lllackWIlo, Brnokett was n member or the rears and desires jour poper to conOkla. and Mr. Llwli Stouffer. of A. lodge of How land and the tinue, kindly sett'o for it at once Curo-'-MLouhnllle. Mlssos Martha nnd line (Irmles. ol Harrodsburir. are tho f'inrnl serlces Mondav were hold Itanisey's big here had ll8 '"'Sldcix. uets of Mis Mollte llrooks and!,,,lllor employed for someHracKett Traj- - from Lexington automobile was post tlmo at been last Thursday tamily at Crab Orcahrd. Ing largo colored sheets adwrtislug Mrs 1'. M Mcltoberts and Mrs. .1 llorH niBUiiery. C l.jnn haw rotumed from polnta the Bide Grass fair. Mr. J, T Illnnktnship, a prominent in North Carolina. Mr. i:ilza Illaln hns returned limp iltlzen ot Todd, 1'ulaskl county was sen ice at the Presbvter much beiiQllttiHl by hor stay at Drip- - her,, Saturday with K )' Woods and "The Mutual ping Sirlng. gold Mr. 20 nlco owes nt 3 1.2c. Ian church; subjects I Helpfulness of Christians." Head Mr Krnost Warren, of Middles-Cor. " boro, Ih the guest of her parents, Kcv and Mrs. Josopr I la lion at their home Wanted Boarders nt my home on ' In twe.country. Uast Main street: tonus rcnsoeable Mises Marietta Mil llgan and l.ul.i jiMtHt Mrb. W. n. Land. Stanford. 5i.t iiiiim. wi i.uxiogioii, i,.ic i.eu it an. mi .r Orlando. Fla. Mary KlliMheth HAIL For $1.50 per acre I will In l,)les Ciniper nnd Jineplilne Carpenter, or this city, are enjowng sure your tobacco against loss or the week ns tho guests of Miss Mary damage by hall. You should have it. The farmer and his wife were about to sit downto a Morrison Matheny nt her home In R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 country. cold supper when they saw some old friends driving Mlbs Florenco Carter, who has been, Itov. lohn K. Lovell, of Wayne couu towards the house. llulto alck for tho lust few davs, Is lm. ty, who, with Ills wife and brother slowly thanks to occasion Jamo.., T. Lovell nrp visiting theli The good wife was equal to the Mrs. C. H. Carter and little daugh- , father, lamis M, Love nnd family r.iiriiiieiii, Jiue milium iih.u her New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e. , vS& r' Sterling, whore they lsited ro 'n-Wpit. XJ "U'V . preached at Falrvlew church on, toj ot Hall's (lap Sunday morning. She had it lit in a moment, and her guests hardly were seated ntht'H. BETSY'S POINTERS: Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Mm. J. F. Neighbors, or Louisville, the porch before a hearty hot meal was ready for the table on "Molly and 1 agree that counter-lui- t with LOCAL API'LICVTIONK u thry nnnot rrn who has been the guest of her sister, sausages and eggs and long railicrs of streaky bacon, and rolls just ILe ttat of ib UImuii. or .Aiitl Caurrl. k. a Mrs. W. K. Warner, Is now lsltliiB money nnd substituto good, iuUuoaI UbKuu. sua In ortlrr to rurr Itbkmd mut tak. yuu crisped in the oven and fresh colTee and the hostess herself as cool Uitrrual rrmrduv. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. !. Houmo Iu Lancas- como Iroiu ill! Catarrli Cur l lalrn Ir the sa:n0 parents, The urriUjr and tut dlrrclly uiwn he buul and murcu and neat as if she had not been near the kitchen. ter unaw. Hall a lularrli a quark nmli goods may wry closely riot. 11 wat prrarntml bylure Is not ttt )H.k.a un u( lh l'roL J, W. Ireland went to Mt. Vor-no- coin and tho range. could luve managed it with an She never to a coiirary guuulno but behind them In thiscomported lor )rara aiul tofiltarimiUr rriifik riuemble tho Monday of th known, .iiVtu It la The Kew Perfection is the quickest, most convenient and best cooker um villi tn bnl blood purtllrn. arllaa dlrotly on tli .Mrs. J. K. Duck, of Gilbert's Creole, Is neither honor or noueety. Tha MYlft cwnbiuatMM tniwoua turlam. lb ' the market. on two latTHilMti U iruUiiHi warn ins rotumed homo after spending n will llnU lie euUtitutoH, only a!rRil r Muwith 1.2 ! 3 burerra. ilh aulu la turliw MUrrb. anal On tMiawaiak loaf, !lu.qnoiM bJu ratncled cKimuT. tew dnv hsro with hur mother, Mrs. x Wgpt. imm. o of atuiulard (uaJlly at C'ottey t1 lUnOMxnrly uaijud lhroilKu.. Tk . SM br brualna. dHtllw NaUttft. J UrBrumticUhJiflio i- - ('otaauWmv "IU, i. rdlutawitaB- Mtk N'.nBlp Wvren. or Lexlnntoti. Now I tte time for that Ice Cn is Cie gueat of her on. W H Wear-h- i vr vriUlor cm. 'I he o.- on iiit. wnlo prohlbltitM u hn" mid family. Freerer and Water Cooler. wnptiv ciriu r la iIki nctica Mtocr H'l 'I v in - it irdit' Or and Mrs I M Ol.ll i.u ird Mm them el Ihi i. - ri i on. "' '1 h, M "leg K .) i' ire i .ii Mukor.e Okl', Standard Oil Company COFFEY & COLEMAN, i.Jli. il 10 in will .1 n I .' r I. .lih lv ui'u i r, Mi II In.iih. Incorporated Phone 196. Prompt Delivery - ir) to d i Kle tin i. It i i Creek PERSONAL and SOCIAL Minn Mis NI ! M I altr I E OfTUMWA WOMAN I l.nn-cante- ,,. -.- m.... I!,-,-- .... iri-iil- I CURED ,, d I 'TlZVJZn i nJVlTSZ lrkl!ln, p ac-fe- Lydla Vegetable 'i.i-- ' J. . l.aiiiir,tnc WVI i j,r. iKuin Wemant H.B. Norfhcoit. " I 111 ... ... ' . l ' ...'. i.. "-- "'i.. , -j Ill'ill-I!l-I1- : rni 1 n f" Produce ?. r llt m i d 11 ""'' T. K. Tudor. Mgr. ' Sln-th- j l. lt - oir I S'SJnS?; !?,'"' , "'.ht, "ofTf 1 1 ' bernl ... .n' n .,,'" ' tor-Mce- ntt Divided Skirts But it II We Do Not Handle ns '"''llee . '' 'Mon We Do Handle A Big Line of Mid-wee- k 1 U(2fe4tw- Pants for Men! We have a large assortment to select Unexpected Guests IPTJll r:;i.rz iKy.wi Light Weights for these hot summer days, in full peg, medium and straight. If you are hard to fit, We can suit you iirong I 1 , from, varying in prices from 1 n bl $1.00 to $8.00 lt 1 'tt' iMc1ylri5l7cCtlOn. zs&t&jfcx Oil 9Qfo,$tQV& , Cummins & Wearen, - i I f i il.itji i Stanford, Kentucky. 4 WAIT FOR THE GREAT LANCASTE H FAIR JULY 26, 27, and 28. Bigg er (MIHHHHC2 ! Premiums And A Better Stock Show Than Ever Before $3,000 in Cash For The Winners Will y Tp- All Tbl, j j I Well As . ,3 lOJCSS-Ofct- f 8 8 Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY TilQT 7 OTfcUA -3 -i 10 5y G t j 1 v JL JL y J. rf 8 j j 6Bisr Davs fa ndNiqhts--- 6 Uauy vonceris M L. . itfiGYinerJand, Aeroplane Flights Daily hy J. A. D.&icCurdy jg f 23 ! S3.0G8S.HcKO . .-..v ! i i GrealcsLCcltSLowinlJip World mrf0j.fRtt5.dt . .,., ft bu y. 0 0 ft y 25 W V V im ppp-MllTn.'r- H Utstofjij American UorseSBows j an:? Harris keD?.i i of Live Stock l HERBERT A. KLINE CARNIVAL COMPANY IcrtiltlotoeortBrintr a.Addrejt -- Q II ivy. iniiETT ClinilCC "" "uuujl, iictj, C. i.caiuBiuu, I ,. v.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS $25,000 0 aawuni MR. FARMER: Make your Lome as modem for your family as a ice, residence, and place yourself iu a position to get tbe latest market quotations at any time. This can bo arcotuplUhed by weans of our lo'ejibono service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or addrcw our nearest ollico or writo direct to .leadquarters, Nashville, Term., for information regaidinjr'our special "Farmers' Lire" rate. If ynu are ii' ' nt prpumt eojoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the (States of Kentucky, Teuneteee, Mississippi, Louisiana an I lLo Southern jiortion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. UliaoU. (IMdOtiroBATKI' RURAL TeiEPHOVES. fcee L. K. Hughw j Is the only way to find cut de- will sell cheap, tfEHESHBKQIHtffffiiHIiXI finitely tlie lime requirements of the fenced, in splendid community and I g PROFESSIONAL AND sj grass, to'. fjlfeU tht lime in well, hither .U acres ir pood To Hent UUSINUSS CARDS 5S- K. i,nn. f Appl to Mrs. J. Ilmt. or raw ground limeFARM FOR 3ALEI ' JS For Sale. Fine Duroc shoats sul-- ! stone may be used. In buying fresh HIEieiMSHISIIcaiailll Ijcct to resistor. I.. U 1'hlllipn. It. P. burnt lime, remember that it require? We will oll privately a farm M 0. D. CARTER SOC'p. BO iHiuiid.s of It to equal No. 1, I'.ox 101. tuu pounds ' about 130 acres In l.incu n emintv, M v LIVERY AND FLED STABLE '. chestnut shingles, ot raw ground liniosteno. lor K), one-hnmile from Crab (irth-- j hand cut. Just made 'his spring. ticed between AuKtt.t 15th and t r.l i...lt l.vk.l .H..a.t k...... IHVIHIi"4U, l?V.Vl, UUl'l.m STANFORD, KY. Hertel, Crab Orchard, Ky. oi'lp! ?Ut at thp rale of SO pounds per acre. uinu, very i.vrn acv iinxmctive ' 1'. 1.. Tnnmpson sold ia Just before seeding, harruw iiad roll HI able, an qbundaticv or atix k wutor w -- , , hos to Vic Lair at J6.25. J. I. Hal- - the around. Sow um? half the. sod and Mpeciall) ndnptel to corn and HtnnL. Casty, D. V. S. (!o(Kl lonnnt lion, of th'ix ard sold 'Hi stock to Jamas Dal-- ! in one dircvllnn and the other ctcb-wii- sraK; ton at $4 W. H. summing moid 1 liHun, Terms Vntrrlnurliin. of this iu ordr to net a vn Applv on lanu. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER hog to Crea it Jonos at at oncf tt. llahtly. If at ilia stand. Harrow in Former Director Animal Industry STANFORD, - KY K II liionauh, meiil 4'.' tf V.. H (.'unimins sold oniG corn to 0nd of tfcreo day thero in not pro pt. t Phdinninn , cilice I'Ooue 1S7. tlouia 'I'liou la, Carroll I'ai'ey at Ji a bmrol. lor rain apply the rol or to tlnti the Inarian United Stutes Army Imorxe II. Sutton sold IS " ground and bring thu liHMsturo up to XHSSSXUBit gTaT.y ,r.r MjftBrrtiarxsTy ' ('Ifice LOGAN-I'hon,. I.X. STABLE, and iogp to Cress & .lono at ' Agent American Meg lliolorx Brum. bought 10 ll'.Vpound hogs from (Jnint the seed. &; . JLl. The v.liolo story cannot b,t told In Hammonds sit " Millard Car-tie- r DANVILLE. KY. bought some corn of Ueorge 1!. n;. articlo of this lengtu. rurtner SuUui at S4. MASONS MEETING. infurmatioii .tddros. UNDERTAKERS Charles Itlgeliv Mld It rat hogs to AND , I.lni'o'n UkIkh Vii. nt r.KO. HU1IKHTS, M.wlliowrt v. A. Lair at IS.25. In .in'xl luiiitiiunlriiuuriini Hrh UrM nnd Kxpor1-men- t Agrioulturril Agronomist third .Mull. u iiIjIii. rM-l- i 111untl1.nl ?u ALSO DEALi lock In tin Ir hull uu umln Station, Koxlugton. Ky. ALFALFA Mrinlnto( liliivnr ER IN FURNITURE, linltfd to U' prru.nl. T. W. Alfulta is a crop that can bt, grown FOR SALE OK RENT! RUGS. THEY WILL sucicfsfuliy in any region of KenJOHN COOK 'JO acre rarm on good pike and near tucky provided certain conditions ore EXCHANGE On approvedsecurity FURNITURE Veterinary Surgeon and dentin. ft 12 1 story cottajre .. good town apeclalUt on ll hone jnd Animal met. They aro: first, a ralil FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. Stanford, Ky. Phone VIA ,dltoj.e. boil, econd, a well drained boll, rooms below and two above, two good whenever conditions GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE third, a gull with moro than enough tarns and all other necessary outW. W. DURGI- lime In it to correct acidity, a sol buildings. Place well watored and DKNTIS.. Preferwarrant it. RIGHT. With those condifro,, lrom weeds. Oltica at Reiln e- STANFORD. KENTUCKY, CRAB ORCI-Rtions of course must bu a properly " ence, of course, being prepared seed bed. Such a seed bed , The growth of this fLY NE.J5 N- - CRAIQ, 1st thoroughly pulverized given to our regular throughout P - Dn- - w Ocullit and Optician SUfJ 5HDt5 bank is the best evipubsoll. Alfalfa may bo sown In the Mat Omen oor II J. McltobertA' Storo. depositors' spring on ground frc fro'n weeds, but dence that its policy Ky. Stanford, us most funueis have ulfllculty In getand methods are in ac ting rid of weeds, and ns wo believe N. I cord with present day No. Jl Houtli.lllJ" tlie chances for a stand aro better In k. No. SI, Houtll. )0:li A M a lull sowing, we will glvo the methNo. U. Xorin, 4:W a. m. needs. No .1, North, i:n r. u. ods of procedure in preparing for fa No. n, 10:J a. M. The Farmer, Merseeding. Alfalfa may follow n crop No. it.litov m. chant or Trader seeklllto potatoes or (Wheat, but thero Is JOR, 8. RICe, At;ont. sodio danger that the ground may ing connections, will WILL ADAMS b0 loft too diy to prepare well, there" ," J.lA- Livery; all kinds of haulino, Furfind this bank as libTa 'lVJa1IBPBPlr'BBaWP fore it Is better to use land which niture packing. may be prepared In early Hprlng 8lapford, Ky. eral in itsdealingsas is Phono 173 FOR SUMMER DRIVING However, tho method of procedure Is tho comfort of both torses and drlv FRUIT AND SHADE TREES consistent with sound the same Kirdt thoroughly dial: the ers should be specially considered by Everything for Orchard Lawn banking. Ground and follow Immediate y with securing a proper oulllt of lap robon, and Garden. all times We are at n turning plow. The ground shou.d Write for Treo Catalogue. No. Agents blanketB, fly ucts nnd other iicccs.art-eprepared to discuss harrowed every veec or ton days bc from our complete assortment ot H. F. HILLENMEYER & 80NS. until seeding time. Especially should yourrequircmentswith horso jjoods. Bloro uro ilght, but Lexington, Kentucky, tho ground be harrowed niter rains, strong and durnble, slnglo and double you and invite consulns soon as possible, to conservo moisJ. 1). Steenbeigen, hells, builds, re- harness, ndmlrably suited to road purtation. pair., and ndJUbls titles at rock poses, ture. The disk may bo used frequent along with a lull lino of work bottom prices. 8(0 lilin for prices to throw up weed icedB where thoy, boioro you buy, Address Stutiford, it harness or tho best quality at flat will gerinlnato. The frequent harrow-- ; ffcztte&ttft prices. r u. mo. Inga conservo the moisture and kill &e J. C. MeCLARY, Stanford, iy. BOWMAR'S SUMMErUTOURS weeds. Do not disk boroto snvlnr.! ivihonully low Inclu- ns this may throw up weed seeds that celt; accomodaUou. may not start untl' after tho aluiUa) MAGOAIEES W br lu position to do all ktudt ol con- 'iellowstono I'urk nnd Wost, starting Hi sown. The seed bed should bo creting kiicii lllock Work. 1'nrrmeutt Monday. July 3: Niagara A. U. Sine, oa, In (Act.WMCtn.uiAkaaiijr thing from Falls, To-- 1 Corner Next to Ccnt-f'oJs- e well compacted, so If necessary, use hoatu down to a (ho kk. Wa enn urrt onto, etc., Tuesday, Aug. 1; Allan Deputy, State Commander roa promntlr nnd minmM nr.t-cUthe roller. Three or four weeks be if Suaotrd, Ky, work and niaterUI. Oull and Kt our prion I tic City, Now York, etc.. Aug. 17. Stanford, Ky. fore seeding, apply ltmo, If necessary t lorn yoa buy your uiuturlul nt leatt. Write UOWMAU'S TOUI18, VersailSTANFORD TENT NS. 7. to use it Try some on a small plot, les. Hy (or (oiaero ttvlpg (ull de--, MeeU ;f ilk ;. Monday ;. NlfatM even if you think you don't need It 4S-- ( tails, Stanford, Ky, THE FARMERS -- VQ.QV ' S.ile-2,01- Os-'c- UH-PI- J - ,.,TL;" d ea ,. rea-Mia- l'iO-poun- d j 150-nou- ,.",.. F.Vtf dl-I- c; tr J BSclZISV CO i j WE MAKE LOANS Y itr MAT-TINC- ii H-- ler-til- . I 'p- i Lit TITOETHBLE 1 State Bank m I tl-- . Trust (0. s $MRj, mm Lincoln County 1 li-j- National Bank CONCRETfNG .i ir-lv- hlgh-clas- a' PHIIvLIPS BROS., -- n